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Transcript
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Welcome back to read it on Wiki, the podcast famous for using Reddit and Wikipedia.

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I was,

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I see.

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I'm fucked up.

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Ready?

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Let me go again.

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Unscripted.

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And this is what happens,

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Welcome back to read it on Wiki, the podcast famous for using Reddit and Wikipedia as our main sources.

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I am your host for this week's episode.

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It is I, the punny Pinoy John joint as usual are my amazing cohost.

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First up he's a resident cult leader, and best believe he practices safe sex.

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Let's start a cult host and auto his very own Mr.

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Josh shell.

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So my breath.

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practice safe sex.

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Did you get that pun from my website, John

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Yes, I did.

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respect, but I'm good.

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I'm good.

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Otherwise,

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well, that's good that you practice both.

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So that's good to hear my guy

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last,

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What's that like,

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What's that I've heard about it.

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I've heard it as cool.

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last, but certainly not the least the man who just had a successful live show in front of a raucous crowd shots and thoughts, head honcho and Houston legend.

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Mr.

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Sean.

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Salvino what is going on?

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My brother?

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Not too much.

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My guy just chilling, enjoying

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this nice Wednesday evening, you

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know?

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it feel to be more famous than us now?

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That's

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Uh, If we take a quick glance at the charitable right now, let's go ahead and look.

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I am still about 90%, less famous than you guys.

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Also,

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Uh,

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TOK on Reddit, on Wiki, you're getting thousands of views.

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And I think the latest tick-tock we uploaded six hours ago.

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I think it has

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three likes.

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Two of them might be my other accounts.

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Uh, One was me for sure.

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No, but Reddit on Wiki is a we thing.

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So we're all

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We're all equally.

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true.

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in this

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together.

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That's true.

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We're all in this

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together.

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Oh

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Now.

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Did you guys listen to high school musical?

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No.

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yeah.

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What You mean?

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Okay.

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once.

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Oh my God.

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The blasphemy

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I

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don't, know The

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soundtrack.

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go get a Disney plus account

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have

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and

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okay,

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how dare you.

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well that was only a white people thing.

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Much like our ad

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Don't start just cause we haven't received any items yet.

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And Josh miraculously guy in two days, but you know, pre privilege Well, you know how I always start my episodes and I don't have much housekeeping items today, be sure to show out and support our Patrion.

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You can find us at patrion.com/cultivate podcast network, where you can get so many benefits from this, from this show, let's start a cult shots and thoughts.

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Don't found dead pineapple pizza, pod, yield crime, and we are distractions.

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Trust us.

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It's a lot of shit.

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I'm not even going to go with the tears because you get a lot for what you get and, and

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So much.

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so much.

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And speaking of support, just want to say hi and give a shout out to our awesome patrons, especially our brand new one.

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Shout out to Alex,

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shout out to Alex.

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We got a sick six 60.

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Six, right.

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She's our sixth.

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Uh,

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dunno after five, I can't count.

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know, it's appropriate that

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at that point.

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Alex is from the sixth as well.

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So it's

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kinda

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Hell yeah.

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appropriate, appropriate

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The area

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relatively.

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I think she's pretty far away actually.

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Now that I

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think about it

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Canada.

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It's got,

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as she, she might be offended if you actually said she's from Toronto.

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you've you've instantly

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ah,

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patron.

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John,

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well, to make it up to

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Alex.

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Okay.

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Whatever, whatever, you know, what the, to make it up,

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big country.

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you know,

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She, I think she's like two hours away to be honest,

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that's close enough.

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is, that'd be like saying

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your, your, where Sean is basically.

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yeah.

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It's your boy, Sean.

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I'm in Austin adjacent.

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Right?

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This is

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the same thing.

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Well, I'll make it up to Alex by saying her usual song when she says how much she appreciated her listeners.

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So Alex, we love you.

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I can't sing.

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So,

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and of

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Yeah, she does a way better.

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issue, does it way better than I do,

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Yeah.

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Usually Filipinos are really good at singing and it's, it's just wild and I'm not even gonna front, like I can sing.

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w we have two Filipinos.

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I feel like this is a rare occurrence.

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Two Filipinos

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that cannot sing

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anyways.

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and a white and a white guy that can rap.

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No,

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We're waiting.

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Do you go ahead and

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I'm kidding.

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I'm kidding.

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No,

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come on in,

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that's on the exclusive SNTP pot.

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I was going to say in honor of shots and thoughts, season four premiere, you got to give us

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Hell yeah.

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best.

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It's like your best.

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Come

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on.

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Let's hear something at least

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No, no, no, I'm going to save it for his podcast.

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We've been teasing it enough for his podcast.

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If you want to listen to me, rap, we'll do it on it.

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We'll do on and T.

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Um, I did hear your you're a tech doc, by the way, when was it Chris?

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That was like

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football with the hail Mary or something like that

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the hail Mary and then Sunday without the scaries or something.

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I thought he was going to say Sunday without the cherry.

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And that disappointed me.

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Sunday.

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Is Sunday cherries, a Canadian pastime what's Sunday

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cherries.

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No, you put a S

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a

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S like a

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Sunday

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Sunday.

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you know what?

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I never had

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a cherry Sunday?

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really?

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Sunday,

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it's

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just, you put a cherry on top.

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of a Sunday,

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yeah,

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you?

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know, I don't know if I've

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comes from.

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I don't know if I've had A

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Sunday.

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Oh my God,

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I didn't even, I immediately thought of the

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day.

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what are you?

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A blizzard man or something?

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about, what's scary about Sundays.

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You've never heard Sunday

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scaries.

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heard of that.

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No.

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What is that?

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you get on Sunday because You know, work and your

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life

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Oh,

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Yeah.

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It's that dread?

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You feel

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um,

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Sunday night.

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You're like, oh, fuck me.

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like God damn it.

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All the,

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emails I gotta answer.

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no, that's me every

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that's the feeling?

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and works 24 7.

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So he does not know Sunday scaries.

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That's true.

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He's just constantly in fear,

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everyday fear.

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but on Mondays you get to listen to read it on Wiki.

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So

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true.

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That is

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we scare those Sundays

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away

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That's

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something.

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I don't know.

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It was a good

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segue.

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I appreciate It That was nice.

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course we got to show some love to our already existing patrons, vena, Linz, Gabby Taru and.

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Thank you for being amazing and supporting us now, that's out of the way boys.

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How's it been since we last recorded?

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I know we kind of got out of the tangent already, but how's everything been on

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your life?

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It's

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been good.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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So we had our live show.

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This is coming out.

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We're getting to weird time stuff, a little peek behind the screen.

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We are this is before last week's episode, we're recording this

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before last week's episode.

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That makes sense when you're listening to it.

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Yeah.

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For us, it's confusing for us, for sure, for sure.

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But it went well.

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the only issue is we need to, we did not hook up to like the restaurant PA system.

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Cause we

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Hm.

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I, the people that didn't want to see us, so we just attached a speaker, but we had kind of like feedback issues.

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So we couldn't bring the speaker then.

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So people had to get real close and but that's okay.

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Cause Texas beat COVID.

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So it's

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like, who cares about being real close to each other.

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Right.

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just cough on each other.

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It's fine.

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Well, yeah, it was, it was good.

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We had a decent crowd come out.

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We had people play trivia and we had you know, people that came, we had them come and play games and

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it was a good time.

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So, and

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I saw you dressed up

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nice suit.

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what did I

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wear?

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it like as the blazer or

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something?

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I don't think I did.

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Suit jacket, maybe.

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No,

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I don't.

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I don't know that

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I don't.

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know what you saw.

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I'm hallucinating.

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I think I, w I, I think I wore a t-shirt.

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it was on,

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it looked like

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it on the on, on the tick-tock I had watched maybe I'm maybe I'm mistaken.

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the tick-tock wasn't from the live show, the Tik TOK was just a recording, prior.

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Yeah.

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So we did a tech

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rehearsal a few days

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ago.

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why I was confused.

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no worries.

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It's a, another sign that Josh does not listen to shots.

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I'll just it's wait, we need that too.

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so but uh, yeah, it w it went well.

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yeah, we did trivia night instead of doing a topic because we thought that'd be more interactive with the shot.

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And,

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uh,

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fair.

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since it was the Philly market and there were the other businesses there, we got some goodies from them and we gave those away as the prizes and.

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Yeah, it's a good time.

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A quick plug, if you want to hear that.

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And that will be a Patrion exclusive to the S and T Patrion.

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that's patriot.com/s and T P O D one.

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also, when I edit it, throw it on the $10 here on the cultivate patriarch as well.

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So it'll be available on both cultivate and shots and thoughts, Patrion and a, yeah, it went good.

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We were invited back to do it again.

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They multiple times were telling us

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anytime, anytime, so,

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Nice.

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That's awesome.

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it was, it was kind of a, okay.

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Yeah, you guys can come over.

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oh, no, they had a, I, we definitely brought people There that were buying drinks and,

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That's all that

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There you go.

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That's a win.

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food and drinks.

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So it's a win

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Most of them was, Ryan.

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Ryan could not make it to that one, unfortunately, but yeah, it was, just me and Chris.

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and the summit guys, the guys from seven state of mind,

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That's awesome, dude.

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Next time you should John should meet you there and you guys do a Reddit on Wiki one as

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well.

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so we use the TV, so

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we w yeah, we could just do a Riverside,

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True.

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I'm just my face.

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Just on the screen.

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Just a big screen.

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of Josh's face and his second sect behind him.

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Well, I sit in the basement.

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Perfect.

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Yeah,

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you Josh, anything new in your world?

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Man, I have not done much since we have less docked.

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Are the drivers still there?

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The convoy is over.

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I guess

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we could talk about that if you want to.

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yeah.

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save it for

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They, No, I feel, I feel we could talk about it.

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It's fine.

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We've got enough heavy stuff going on in the bonus episode.

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Um,

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But yeah, so Justin Trudeau basically called in thousands of police officers and got rid of them.

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I'll say this,

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um, Yes, to the ones that were like, I dunno, breaking the law, but they really loosened the law.

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So I'll say this, I disagree with everything the protest stood for.

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But I don't necessarily agree with how.

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Broke it up, if that makes sense.

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It sets a dangerous precedent, I think for like say a right-wing party comes in and, and gets in you better believe there's no black lives matter protests ever again.

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Which is which, I mean, to be fair, they shut those down pretty quick too.

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So, I dunno, it was like for, for me it was annoying because the people that complained about it, they were like, this is this is a crackdown of the government.

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This is a fascist dictatorship.

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And it's like, it's not, and you guys had a month to do your shit and you basically tormented a city for, for a month.

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where,

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when the indigenous tribe

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I was with protesting the pipeline,

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you immediately.

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because you're with the same

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people that were immediately call the police.

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get them, lock

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down.

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And we'll then get shut down.

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So, I hate the

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hypocrites, I guess they cover that are coming out of it.

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And the I'm going to right wing news outlets in America, calling Canada fascist dictatorship.

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It's not, it was it was kind of shitty the way they shut it down.

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But

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I don't know.

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I think they were forced into a point where the city was locked down enough to the citizens were tormented enough that I think a lot of them had broken rules or like laws.

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So it was fair and justified, I think for a lot of them to go to jail.

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But yeah, that's kinda where I stand.

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I don't, I don't feel sorry for any of them, but it's kind of a scary precedent to set for potentially far, right.

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Dictatorship

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where they're like, oh, the

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the last

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did it so we can do it.

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Right.

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So I dunno.

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That's, that's kinda where

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I feel

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on it.

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I'm glad it's done.

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But yeah.

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that's

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that's it?

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president is, you know, not just shutting down any kind of protest, but shutting down protest that lasts for a fucking month.

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you know,

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Yeah.

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Well,

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it's a one, day March, a one day protest, that

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they shouldn't be

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um,

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shut that down.

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I agree.

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I'm okay with protesting, right?

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Like lives matter.

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It doesn't matter like, the indigenous communities protesting for fresh water and like clean water and stuff like that.

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Like, those should be allowed to be protested as well for just as long, you know?

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Cause those are actual concerns.

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This is a real.

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Things that matter.

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Where

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these, I, I hesitate to call it a protest because it was almost like they were calling for coups and stuff like that on like private chat rooms and stuff.

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So it's like, at some point you have to shut it down.

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Right.

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Otherwise it's just,

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it's a danger to this, like the democratic electorate that we have established for hundreds of years.

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So

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I don't know,

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an

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extended January 6th.

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it was, it was close to that.

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Like

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there was no one at parliament, the Canadian

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version where they put up, they set up a hot tub and honked the horn for 30 days on end.

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Uh,

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but they don't break into the system.

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You know,

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well, no one was in the

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parliament.

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That was the thing.

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Right.

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Parliament.

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Hasn't been in there since fucking March, 2020, right.

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They visited just doing it from home.

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So

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of, I don't know, it didn't make any sense.

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None of it made sense our restrictions are coming up anyway.

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So

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they, they had this

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land.

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They're like,

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yeah, we're going to half capacity, mid February.

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then we're going to start loosening things up in March.

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And they had that plan for a while.

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So I don't know what they were protesting.

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Well that sounds like it can potentially create a dangerous situation.

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And speaking of dangerous situations this week, we're actually going to be talking about, or we're actually doing another listicle cause

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Nice.

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I'm buying into this hype that you guys are doing.

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So I'm like, all right,

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let me let, let

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John's copying me

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I'm

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We're doing the world's most dangerous holes.

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Damn.

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we're turning into Nick from

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ten-ish

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pod.

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Yeah.

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Shout

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out to Nick from ten-ish pod.

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except we can't count as high as 10.

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Yeah.

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I mean, mine

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We get to

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so

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Oh shit.

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We can count higher than you Nick.

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yeah.

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Nick tennis plus one.

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How about that?

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Yeah, this week we're going to be trying out another listicle and we are doing a list for the most dangerous places in the world.

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And what about

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my basement.

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ever been in a, Ooh, you guys ever been in a situation where you felt like were in such crazy danger or like where where's it been like the most dangerous place that you.

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I

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Uh,

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that many dangerous places.

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I, I tend to avoid dangerous places.

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You know what I

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mean?

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I don't know

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when that intruder was a couple of weeks ago.

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That was pretty dangerous.

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Um,

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About that?

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What's going on?

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I think, did you hear anything

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back

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me to diverge, we can.

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Um, Yeah, think I last, we left off, he got off on bail, I think.

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So he actually like a day or two

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after you broke

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his bail.

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so got arrested again

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and then they let him off again on bail.

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So he's, he's out

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who keeps bailing

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yeah,

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I have no idea it wasn't set that high either.

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So that, that pissed me off too, but

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yeah.

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Anyway dangerous places.

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I can't think of that many, that I've been to rollercoasters a Disneyland man.

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Oh.

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When I was a kid in the

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the drop zone.

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Go ahead.

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Shut.

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Sorry.

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we drove I forget what city we drove, but we drove up like some mountain to get to a city.

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And then the going up the mountain was like one lane.

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It felt like it was

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Jesus.

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So it was like a It was probably two lanes, but you know, real tight and.

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Yes.

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It was

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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We were driving that shit and I was fucking scared of Heights.

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I could, I feel, I might be exaggerating, but I feel like I could look over the fucking cliff and was like oh, that.

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would be death.

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That would

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you actually could look over to cliffs like that.

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Yes.

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And I remember it's especially haunting because my uncle who was driving saw some guy selling jackfruit and was like, hold up now,

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fucking move the car in certain ways

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Oh, my God.

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traffic so we can get some fucking jackfruit.

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I was like, I'm sure they have jackfruit up there.

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have to have jackfruit up there.

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There's no way.

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This is the only jackfruit we can get.

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But

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That's the best kind.

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that was probably the most dangerous place

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I've been.

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Jesus that's sounds terrifying.

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Well for these ones just want to say a big shout out to shraddha Mira from eight oh trip.com.

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It's a blog and they put together this amazing list together.

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So full credit to them as I'll be reading the list, they curated.

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So when I quote, they're writing best believe it's all their words, out.

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Number one, Megan, the stallion famously says hot girl shit at, but I don't think she can stand the heat of this place.

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Quote, doomed as the name suggests.

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And Sean, we were talking about wrestling earlier before Josh got on, but this place is build where undertaker

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is supposedly from or is it my guy?

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death valley of

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Yeah, you're right.

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You're right.

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death valley

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Yes.

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So that valley is marked as one of the.

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Pretentious valleys in the world located between Nevada and California.

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And that's the word?

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It says poor.

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Tentious

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not

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Oh, I thought you said,

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I thought you said pretentious.

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I was like

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no a sport

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shots of California.

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poor tentious.

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don't know what ports inches means.

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So I just, I'm just reading it

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look it up.

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valleys in the world between Nevada and California death valley is the lowest point in north America.

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That is also known as a land of extremes.

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valley has recorded the highest temperature ever on our planet and the highest temperature was 130, four degrees Fahrenheit, or 56.7 degrees

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Celsius.

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Ooh,

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could cook some marshmallows on

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that.

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did you look up the word?

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It

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says done in a overly solemn manner.

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as to impress I

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think

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there's an imprint.

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Yeah.

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It's spelled P

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O R T N T E

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I think we're dumb.

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We're probably, that is probably how you spell pretentious.

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We just

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Uh, probably I don't know.

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Maybe

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again.

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Um, uh, so, uh,

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stupider guys.

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so, a Harry Potter actor they've Leganto is one of the people who lost his life in the scorching heat of death valley.

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Also, it is still a mystery that rocks as heavy as 700 pounds move on their own at death valley defying, all logic, the sand city.

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If you hear it closely and also popular as devil's golf course, it's believed only the devil can play golf in an arid and eerie place on earth.

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Land wood, eroded Hills craters, rare species of fish, darkest night skies, and a lot more makes it one of the most challenging tourist destinations in the world.

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What is the hottest place that you've been to?

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Houston is hot at well Houston's high

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is different.

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It's like McGee.

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Houston fucking the

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Philippines.

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Hmm.

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I feel like Houston in Philippines.

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Like he is the

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same,

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I feel you guys have a different, oh, wet.

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Okay.

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like he, yeah.

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We get that.

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Oh yeah.

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We get like humid, heat, and it's the worst because

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Oh, I hit human.

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Oh.

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It's

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you like sweat.

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It's just, it's so gross.

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disgusting.

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Yeah.

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But if you use the manscape ball deodorant,

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was good.

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That is what have been the perfect time, but you know, John and I don't even got our shit yet.

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Yeah.

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What's that like, Josh?

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How does that

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it's nice.

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It's comfy.

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Yeah.

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I mean, I got the shirt on too,

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actually.

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Oh, nice.

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All right.

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Well, I don't know about you, but I'll still be down to visit death

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valley, but

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only to a certain degree.

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So moving on.

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All right.

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We're sticking to the hot, but this time we at least go to the beautiful Highland of Hawaii.

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Next up on the list.

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Quote, the mesmerizing land of Hawaii is way beyond tranquil beaches and fresh floral air.

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Yes, it is among world's dangerous tourist places.

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There is no other place in the world where you will witness active volcanoes.

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This up-close like in the Hawaiian.

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things.

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The huge volcanoes national park Hawaii is home to one of the last active volcanoes Mount kilowatt area that has been continuously erupting since 1983 and the largest volcano in the world.

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Mauna LOA that rises to 13,680 feet above sea level.

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And this national park has an arrangement of lava boat tours that takes tourists through red, hot flowing rivers of lava, volcanoes, LA.

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I don't even know what the fuck a level waterfall is.

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That must be insane.

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Tropical rainforest and geological formations, Hawaii volcanoes national park has reported many casualties casualties, and that's in the past due to lava haze.

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And also one can encounter dangers such as flying rocks and scalding ocean

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water

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Jesus.

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when I was born.

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Probably like couple months after I was born in the Philippines.

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One of the biggest eruptions of volcano eruptions happen, it's called Mount Pinatubo.

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guys heard of that

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before?

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know if I have, you cause it, John.

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I probably did.

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When I came out the

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womb, just be like, You know,

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You shot out the volcano.

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shout out the volcano.

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So I had more from the story that my parents were telling me, like, I think it was probably like four or five months old.

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was in 91.

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So, they had to evacuate, like it got to the point that I'm fucking old.

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It got to the point that I was so, like, it was so bad that the whole like sky was just pitch black, just because of the explosion.

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Jesus

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I got relatives that were living in the U S at the time, it even affected them.

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Ash was fucking flowing like this direction because the

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wind was carrying it, us out fucking crazy.

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that's that's crazy.

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Holy.

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Has anyone, have you guys seen the volcano before?

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We don't have those in Canada

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Do they have one on

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Honolulu?

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No.

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Right.

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probably.

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I don't.

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I don't.

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I've been to Honolulu.

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I can't remember if we saw a volcano.

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I want to say no

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Is it Mosa Hawaii.

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Volcano.

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volcano.

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be wrong.

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I have no idea.

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Oh diamond head.

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Oh yeah.

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I've been to diamond head,

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Nice.

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but I don't know if that's an active thing.

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I don't know.

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So yeah, I've been to that volcano, but yeah, that's it.

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my parents were flying to the Philippines as a volcano erupted in the Philippines.

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So that was

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Oh shit.

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Very nervous.

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That was also the same, the same time when like COVID reports

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were coming out of China, they were flying to the Philippines, I was like,

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Oh my God.

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I was at pump Pompei two years ago or three years ago.

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And oh my God, like, dude, they're fucking architecture is funny and there's just like a bunch of dicks cultures everywhere.

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It's fricking

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hilarious.

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Yeah.

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Just a

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bunch of like random, like randomly placed Dixon, the wall,

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like sculptures of dicks.

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Sure it wasn't a prankster, like a six year old.

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No, it was it's like they preserved it it's part like one where I was on a tour.

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It was saying like, yeah, this is part of

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their culture.

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oh

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What is it?

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So, okay.

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Hang on.

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Googled Pompei Dix, and then stop myself.

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And I was like, It's

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probably a bad idea.

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It's probably a bad idea.

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so are these, are someone made these dicks

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are,

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these Ancient Dick

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sculptures.

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like

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that's or, interesting.

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why should this have just been from like, one house from

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like some 13 year old in Pompei before the volcano erupted

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because they have like, they have like, bro, they had like brothels that was there and they would have like, literally

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I'm going to send you guys a picture.

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I have a bunch of

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pictures with them.

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No, please don't please.

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yeah.

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Send me a lot.

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I got you full send

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You know,

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although

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like thousand years from now, if people look at our culture, there'll be like, we're all these things and there'll be like dildos, every

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that's true.

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a fucking, I feel like I just watched Superbad recently.

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It's like the amount of

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dicks that child drew.

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Was that you who tweeted something about like, you should make that

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shit

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NMT, like his

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Yes.

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That wasn't me.

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I was like, how are these not NFTs?

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There's So many so detailed, all different

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So veiny.

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mint, a

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Dick

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minted, Dick.

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minty, Dick.

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minty Dick

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I

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we're onto something.

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to move on to the

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next place in our list.

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God damn it.

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we,

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I told you there's a lot of

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puns in this episode.

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Next up we traveled to the Latin that boasts the Amazon rainforest and Amazon river, but I'm sure if they have, I'm not sure if they have an Amazon over there, but shout out to the history of Amazon episode episode, we did a few weeks back called considered as one of the most deadliest places.

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Snake island in Brazil is definitely one of the most dangerous places on earth.

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And just thinking about it just gives me nightmares.

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I am definitely scared of snakes.

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Um,

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a lens there.

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Right?

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She has a snake.

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right?

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She loves

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snakes.

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Oh my God.

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I can't.

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So 90 miles from the city of south San Paulo, this super deadly island is home to the largest concentrated population of snakes in the world.

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According to research, snake island, a Isla Dick granddad has about five snakes per square meter.

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I don't know what square meter is, but that's a fucking, a lot

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five bucking

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snakes.

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Ugh.

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Anyways,

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many.

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it's true.

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It is said that snakes on this Brazilian island are so venomous that they can melt human flesh.

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Oh

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Fuck

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that.

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Fuck that.

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so glad I live in Canada.

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This,

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don't have bats.

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We,

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I ain't got no problem with

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bats, but oh my God.

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Bats are chill.

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They cause COVID.

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If you eat them,

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them.

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but why would you anyways, this island is the only place in the world where the golden lands head Viper is found and the most venomous snake in the world, the backdrops, backdrops thrives due to the extremely high risk for tourists and black market demand for Lance had venom.

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Brazilian government has strictly visits to ER, grandad.

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And again, I personally hate snakes, so let's move on to the next place in our less.

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Real quick on bats like wood.

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Okay.

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Hear me out wood.

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I've never eaten a bat, but like does a bowing not sound good?

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I feel like I would eat a

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fried bat wig.

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What that is the most Texas thing I've ever.

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You fry it all.

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Eat it.

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Hear me out though.

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It's like, I feel when I imagined about wing, I don't know bad anatomy at all, but when I

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Okay.

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wing

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it's very thin and

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Then

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kinda just like skin,

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of course BIA

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you eat, when you eat fried chicken, what's the best part?

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The

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the wing or the skin.

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yet?

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be a bunch of fucking.

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tastes like a bunch of chicken skin.

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I don't know.

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That's a,

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I'll grab a bat and I'll let

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you guys know.

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I just grabbed one from the underpass or wherever you get,

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Yeah.

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The newest

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COVID

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from Houston.

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if somebody does start, it's going to know what's your ass that did that shit.

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Oh my

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God.

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I'm going to link it to y'all to,

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you'll be on the Dumbfoundead.

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As true.

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Hey Elisa's we keep it within the cultivate now where

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it got li.

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yeah.

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be, it'll be Patrick is dunking on your ass.

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You already do that

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shit.

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true.

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We, we do it all the time.

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All right.

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on the one episode I didn't come on

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Yeah.

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disrespectful.

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So, from an island full of snakes to now a quote, rugged remote and treacherous, the Rocky island located just off the Western coast of Ireland is one of the dangerous tourist destinations in the world.

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Home to 600 uneven steps that led to ancient monasteries getting onto the site of Skellig.

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Michael mountain in Ireland is quite a challenge.

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As tourists have to take an hour long boat ride across rough waters.

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I did a boat ride to friggin Cozumel to Quintana roo.

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I fucking threw the fuck up, dude.

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hate choppy waters.

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Oh, you guys were in like a.

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Boatwright like that, like Rocky

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I think the only long boat ride I've been on, it was like a cruise

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I'll get a cruise is

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not that bad.

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know,

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but that's the only thing I could compare it to.

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I've been like fishing, whatever.

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Yeah.

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But the only thing I remember from the cruise is that I lost my first, first tooth there, I think.

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Yeah.

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And then I remember being like,

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like

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wobbly for a little bit after

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Um,

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was the only thing.

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who took your tooth?

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The tooth fairy.

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And you

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guys didn't get that, whatever.

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was

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it?

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pun?

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episode.

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This is our episode.

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Now

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a goddamn fun?

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Well,

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it's a fairy, like a fairy, like a boat,

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whatever

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trash.

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the most

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place to John's puns.

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Exactly.

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It is dangerous to listen to my shit, but anyways many instances, boats cannot dock boats cannot even dock because of the high tides.

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tourism is on the rising.

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After his spot was featured in star wars, the force awakens government because became wary due to the rock falls, a rock, a rough weather conditions and safety issues on the island.

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Only four boat licenses are granted every year.

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And the limited number of tourists get a chance to visit Skellig Michael mounted.

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All right.

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So we have a good pace going.

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So let's maintain our momentum by moving on to the next location.

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We now traveled to the continent of Africa where the peril is.

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Oh my God.

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We now traveled to the continent of Africa where quote, the perilous salt lake.

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This is a tough ground today.

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The perilous salt lake in Northern Tanzania is one of the most caustic areas on earth that calcifies animals in two stones.

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Yes, it's real.

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The highly reflective and chemically dense waters of lake nitron seems like a glass door that dupes hovering birds thinking they're flying over an empty space.

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The moment they land on the lake, their body corrodes within many.

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Yo

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God,

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fucking stealing

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That is

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shit.

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That sounds tight.

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you keep talking about this D and D campaign and I want it.

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One day.

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so ready.

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so a few years back, a helicopter pilot became prayed to the same illusion and his helicopter crash and was rapidly corroded by the alkaline water of the deadly lake.

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Imagine just fucking landing there and your

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Ooh.

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helicopter just melts.

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my God.

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The spectacular side of the scariest lake draws, many researchers, photographers and tourists towards it.

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However, one needs to be careful while visiting this dangerous spot and.

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Lake neutron is considered as one of the most dangerous places in the world.

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And if you think this lake is dangerous, I assure you the next one gets even more intense.

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Is it, Is it, a tent?

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is it a tent?

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No, I didn't.

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So that's on you this time.

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Well, how would it tend to be the most dangerous?

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I don't

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know a tent in Josh's baby.

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Yes.

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True.

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Over

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I just looked at pictures of lake nitron.

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That is

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it's nuts.

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that's D and D shit.

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lake nitro.

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picture of it is fucking D and D shit.

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Oh God.

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What the

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It is

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and scaly

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It is

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dude.

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It looks like a blood water.

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And, you know, I'm going to be fucking petty.

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Next time you fucking record.

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I'm not going to have to any shit that you guys say you guys should at least back me up.

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Fuck.

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Well, John, will you say funny things?

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Wow.

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Oh,

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Pain.

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Okay.

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That was a

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Okay.

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never

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seen a duck.

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Okay.

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John, John.

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I was going to be, I was going to give a compliment.

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I, was going to say, I laugh at your jokes, just not the

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puns, but then Josh just

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I

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Ah,

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dunk on you now.

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Damn

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That is true.

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All right.

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Now, moving on to the continent of Asia quote, experiencing an extreme climatic clamp climatic condition.

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Test collect climatic,

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face,

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huh?

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get a little

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but tears are covering up.

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You it's making it hard to read.

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of crying, experiencing an extreme climatic condition, test the endurance level.

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And that is why many people visit the remote village oil McKeown in Eastern Siberia.

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Russia.

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Now that's all about

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Russia.

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Let's save that shit for the

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bonus

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episode.

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Cause I feel like damn let's let's wait,

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what makes it dangerous is the fact that it is permanent permanently.

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The coldest inhabited place on earth also referred to as the coldest village on earth oil McKeon is a chilling dangerous place where not everyone can survive in 1924, the temperature fell to 96 degrees below zero,

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or how much has done in Celsius?

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I

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don't know.

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in Celsius,

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I can't do it cold

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as fuck.

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it?

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I'll do it while you

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read

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The.

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though.

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Yeah, I'm not gonna do that.

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So the temperature fell to 96 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, which in itself is a record that no other place on earth has ever recorded.

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A person visiting this side of the earth needs courage as even the eyelashes and saliva freeze into painful little needles that prick the face.

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As people walk down the street,

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dude,

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also

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these get,

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negative 76 negative 71.1, one

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Celsius.

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I don't know if

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um,

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to you.

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that's cold, but

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not as cold as my girlfriend.

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so

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I don't know

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your tow hairs have become little tiny,

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painful needles,

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much colder.

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that's fricking like acupuncture it's at this point.

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All right,

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so

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we are halfway through.

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Oh, Oh, have I done

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acupuncture.

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acupuncture?

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Yeah.

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I love acupuncture.

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No, that

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shit works, dude.

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Yeah.

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for real

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Yeah.

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It

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actually doesn't hurt at

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all.

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No, it actually feels really good dude.

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Like, I had had like a, I did it like once or I did it a couple of times.

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Post-surgery and that one time, like, I was just fucking stressed the fuck out.

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I look like what?

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What's that one villain from scare movie say Hellraiser with the needle

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That's more.

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Josh

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Oh, yes.

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I think I know what you're talking

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needle

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Yeah.

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needle.

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right.

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Yeah.

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Yep.

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Yeah.

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That's him.

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What's the guy's name?

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It's hell raiser.

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You got it, right?

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Oh, is it?

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Hell raiser.

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Oh,

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okay.

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Well, the needle face guy, I'm sure he has a name.

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I think it might just be hell raiser.

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Right?

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His name is Clive

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Barker.

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I don't know it.

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That's

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the director.

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that's where the director

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Hell

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raiser.

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Why

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pinhead?

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Yeah.

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Penn

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a hell

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raiser

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sounds so much fucking better.

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is way cooler.

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That's the movie title

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I call it that

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that's true

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sell as many when they just called it pinhead, I guess,

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but Penn, Penn had reminds me of fucking like,

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Beavis

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don't know, like a, like a bowling if it had like a bowling pin head head,

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reminds me of that like the eighties comedy, where they had the

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aliens.

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That's what Penn had

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which one was, which was

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that

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one?

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it might've just been straight up called pinhead, right?

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Pinhead alien movie,

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Cone heads, Coneheads.

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I'm

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cone ad.

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Yay.

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bad, my

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bad, my bad.

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Yes.

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we are actually halfway through our lists, but don't, you dare leave us or we'll give you the cold shoulder.

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So we'll be right back after a few words from our sponsors.

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All right.

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Welcome back to read it on Wiki and we're back.

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And when you're continuing on with number six, So number seven on our lists and I'm not a, and if you think death valley was hot, this place is actually no slouch as well, because place on earth that the Nakil

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One can witness volcanoes, oozing out lava, hues of hydrothermal fields and massive salt pans that leave you cover with more than 10.

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I don't know what lock tons is.

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It's L a K age, Tonya, T O N N E S.

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It seems like a lot of shit lock tonnes like a measurement.

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I don't know, but it seems like it's a lot of salt.

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So this deadly,

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ton and then I got a, a human smuggler and talent cards organization

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from Wikipedia.

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holy shit, that sounds like a future.

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This deadly desert lies at the Northern end of the great rift valley that is separated by live volcanoes from the red sea.

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Exploring this hair rising region requires driving for hours on bumpy, dusty dirt roads begin starting from McKelly.

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The bar and land is home to many active volcanoes, that few, that spew toxic gases.

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All right, so number eight, we're going back to the continent of Africa quote, absolutely stark and inhabited skeleton coast is located literally where the earth

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The expansive coast

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stretches

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What's flat.

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God.

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Oh.

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Jesus Christ.

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The expansive coast stretches 500 kilometers between the old German colonial town of Swakopmund and the Angolan border.

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The name itself suggests a formidable.

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It is perhaps derived from the animal bones that are scattered across expansive strands, extra expensive strands, and a large number of ships that wreck here over the centuries adventure tour operators in

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So if you actually Google up skeleton coast, it's insane.

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Like there's a fuck ton of skeletons.

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Just lying around there.

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It's pretty creepy looking

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skeleton

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coast.

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coast.

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oh my God.

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It is just straight up

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skeletons and boats.

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Yeah.

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It's just a bunch of shipwrecks.

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they can't clean it up.

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Maybe they want to preserve it to

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like, keep this statics,

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They're like that.

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Shit's haunted.

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right.

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Don't fuck with us.

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All right.

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I'm going on?

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I'm moving on to the next place, cause I'm sure both of my fucking co-hosts has a bone to pick with me now because they don't laugh at any of the

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shit that I say.

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it,

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man.

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Even when you're fucking

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Going back to the good old us of a quote, one of America's most dangerous places.

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Mount Washington holds the world record for the fastest wins on the surface of the earth.

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It has recorded speeds as high as 200, three miles

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per hour.

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That's fucking fast.

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It's just George Washington's ghost blowing up.

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What his fucking wooden teeth smell like ass.

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Not only the strong winds are impending impeding, but the freezing temperatures that drop up to minus 40 degrees the expedition to Mount Washington suffer than one can imagine.

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I agree with the cold like that, it's not the cold itself.

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That sucks.

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It's the fucking wind chill that hurts.

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I fucking hate the wind auto is so God damn windy.

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And I, it drives me nuts.

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Like I was trying to go for a walk.

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I'm like, oh, it's only minus five.

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I get outside.

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It's like minus 20 with the windshield.

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Jesus,

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You walk outside and minus

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five, Josh.

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I that's.

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Yeah.

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How am I supposed to get groceries?

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Live?

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Get my mail.

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Jesus.

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I don't know.

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I

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would pay someone to do

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that for me,

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but that

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I mean, they do.

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What do you do you think I make over here?

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Oh, minus

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five, I guess.

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Isn't that bad?

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not terrible, but like Minus

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Minus five is 23

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Fahrenheit,

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I

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bad, not that bad.

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it feels like minus 20 with the windshields.

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I sit I'm like fuck,

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Oh my God.

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it here.

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So also known as the most dangerous small mountain in the world, it has said that even the seasoned hikers were dodged off course by powerful westerly winds that have pushed them many miles away from trails and roads hindering their safe return.

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Would you ever climb like a big ass

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mountain, like Everest or some shit?

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I've always wanted to get into climbing, but I think it'd be too scared probably.

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I don't have the upper body strength

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to climb anything.

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I don't know.

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I like, I think I'd be okay if I actually worked on it,

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but I dunno, I'm also afraid of Heights like Sean.

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So

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I am too.

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So,

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like, fuck this.

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Yeah, I'm scared of Heights and morbidly obese.

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So that answers that question.

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Sean's okay.

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Live, looking up at the hill,

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yeah,

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saying not to

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my

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neighbors is pretty nice.

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That looks, that looks good from down here.

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the views, just as nice down

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here as it probably is out there.

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All right.

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A while the last place we discussed probably blew you away.

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This next place.

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We'll have you scared for your fucking life.

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And I think this is like one of the most popular, like Tik TOK ones that people

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probably talk about.

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You guys probably heard of it.

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originally.

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it.

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We're actually going to be talking about the north Sentinel island in the on-demand quote, forbidden danger, forbidden, dangerous and full of misery north Sentinel islands in on-demand is where evolution is close to nil.

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No tribes here, but they certainly are miles away.

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In fact, secluded from urbanization, nobody knows a population Sensex of the island and the ones who try to Drudge through there.

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Never came back alive.

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It is believed that the Sentinel Lees are hunters and gatherers and they survive on natural resources.

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Many episodes in the past have boiled down to the fact that this tribe is happy in their confined island and trespassers or intruders shall only face their arrows, even if they want to extend a warm man.

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Strange.

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But yes, the place inhabited by humans for centuries is far away from compassion towards the complete human race that lies beyond their territory intriguing, but many people have lost their lives in a false belief that they will reach out to Sentinel Sentinel these hearts.

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And that's the sole reason why human entry is strictly prohibited

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to this island in on-demand.

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Is this the one where the priest

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went

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in

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and got fucked.

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He got fucked up.

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So funny.

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It was like

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Did you do a dummy?

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You should do a Dumbfoundead episode on that guy.

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should know.

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Yeah.

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know what is up with.

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People are trying to spread Christian Christianity to places

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that probably don't want to practice it.

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to be fair.

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It's worked for of years,

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Uh it's it's true.

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I have

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usually with more, more guns and stuff,

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true.

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you got, have you guys watched

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a yellow jacket?

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I haven't yet I do want to.

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darkest shit,

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but

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God,

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was like another movie that was super gruesome where, I mean, I don't want to talk shit about the sensitivities, like, cause I don't know if they're like that, but dunno, I'm giving, I'm getting like a cannibal ballistic vibe.

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know they're probably not like that, but we just don't know enough.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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They're just

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like a boogeyman.

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We don't understand them.

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So

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Yeah.

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we it's just like what the white people did with the native Americans.

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They just made them this boogeyman and then they're like, they're just regular people.

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We just demonize them for hundreds of years.

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I mean, I think

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Yeah,

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all the fucking right to like arrow anyone down who crosses their territory because it's like, dude, just leave us alone.

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Like we're, we're not bothering anyone.

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This is our own little

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absolutely.

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Yeah.

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I wonder if they ever see like airplanes and boats and be like

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yo, what the fuck?

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So the

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because there are pictures of them, like

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people trying to fly over and they'll look

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arrows at the,

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at the planes and stuff.

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yeah.

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Yeah.

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But yeah, I mean, I dunno, I dunno.

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we have to

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I

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I do

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worry that kind of

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change will drown

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island, was black.

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that's

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that, would be a, a few hundred years or

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so

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probably.

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I don't know.

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Maybe not, maybe less.

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I have no

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idea.

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Like not curious enough to ever try to like step, step foot there, but I wonder like what type of, I don't want to say like language they speak, but it would be kind of interesting, like what their history is and some of the things they

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True.

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structure is and their how they function.

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So I don't know.

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I always find that intriguing, but I am not going to fuck around and find out.

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All right.

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So this whole episode has been sun's out puns out, but we are now down to our last location.

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And our last destination is in the south America continent in Bolivia quote, boasting to me, the richest biodiversity park in the world, and also home to the most poisonous fauna in the world.

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This national park is definitely one of the dangerous places for tourists.

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Getting in contact with any of the plants growing in this park can cause severe itching, rash, and busy-ness minor cut or even a small wound can become infected with tropical parasites.

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that's

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I just have to, I just have to Google

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what fauna means.

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Fi foreigner.

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It's

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like it isn't like, Yeah.

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says, is all the animal life present in a particular region or time?

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you're thinking of

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Oh,

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Josh fauna and

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flora.

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my bad.

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I'm a dumb ass.

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The corresponding

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term for plants is flora.

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Yeah, that was my that's what I thought you said

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my fault.

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My fault.

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And if you are planning to visit this beautiful place, then make sure you go on a guided tour under professional and we'll train trekkers and boys, that's it for the most dangerous places in the world, but fear not.

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We have one more segment, so you can say, oh no Moss.

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And I think I sent you guys a

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DM and

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It was just a Dick pic though.

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Oh yeah,

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Uh, Pompei, Dick

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pig.

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Yeah.

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Dick pic.

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Since we run it, Since we aren't on a topic of danger, I went to R slash ask Reddit and found stories when user their nourish ads of Neptune asked, what is your best chuckles I'm in danger story.

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So Sean, you're up first.

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My guy,

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For sure, for sure.

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This is from Reddit user opulus prime coming in hot with 3,986 points.

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write, I used to work in a group home.

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I was working in night shift and one of the residents was pacing by his room.

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I asked him what he was doing.

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He went into his room quickly.

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I assumed he was on meth since that's what he liked to do.

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Thought not much of it until a few hours go by.

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I go to get some water and heat up my food and he is standing in the hallway again.

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I asked him how he's doing and try to check in with him.

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The guy starts speaking in some made up language in allowed, whisper.

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Oh,

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Harry.

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Potter talking to the basketball.

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He then takes four steps slowly toward me stops.

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no.

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He says,

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you're a wizard, Harry.

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He says, I can't stop him

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forever.

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I say, fuck this

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call police for his and everyone.

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Else's in the house.

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His safety police show up and talk to him for a bit in private one, officer comes back to my office and says, he's not himself right now said the date was may 50th 2,100.

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And it was January,

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2015.

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just a little off.

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took him away.

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They also found and took a pocket knife of him and gave it to me for safety.

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Now, if that wasn't already fucked up.

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I went back on the security footage and I saw him stand outside of my office store outside

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Um,

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for like 30 minutes without me realizing, standing fucking still like in paranormal activity.

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I checked the camera for when he was speaking The weird language and he was standing there for like 20 minutes, breathing before I walked by two weeks, go by he's released from the hospital, sober and mentally present.

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Again.

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He decided to move out of the house.

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came by to grab his stuff and pulled me aside to apologize.

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I forgave him and tried to brush it off, but he looks me in the eyes and said he was planning on killing me that night blood sacrifice since he was seeing some crazy shit.

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he believed a demon was controlling him, the police ruined his.

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The fuck.

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kept the knife as a morbid

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souvenir.

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Holy shit.

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It's dark.

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God.

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don't do

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That's no,

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do

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fucking

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drugs

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that like, that reminds me of like, kind of, of my situation where the guy just stood outside the door for like 20 minutes, half an hour, but that's a whole nother level of fucked up.

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Jesus.

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I couldn't even imagine.

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Oh,

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that's eerie.

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that, that gave me chills.

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Do

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it's fucking scary.

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I'm in

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danger.

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like that was a creepy pasta.

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I

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feel like creepy pasta.

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but a little bit too real.

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Yeah.

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All

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You want me to go?

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you're up,

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All right.

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This comes from Reddit users.

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Cat underscore go underscore me out.

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And that is facts.

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Cats do do that.

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So many years ago I was on a train going home in the middle of the night, dead of winter, heavy snow.

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Last stop.

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Shortly after I got on a friendly train, hooligans started up a conversation and we got onto the

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topic of the psychedelics.

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See,

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I was a bit of a drug addict at the time.

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So this was common.

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He

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got

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up and

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next to me.

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And the conversation continued.

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He pulled out a blunt wrapper, started rolling a blunt with a black looking with black looking tar and asked repeatedly if I had ever smoked wet before I asked what that was.

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And apparently it was P C P

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Oh, pause that you pause the P for a little bit too long.

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I I was like you smoking P

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penis.

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No,

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what's P

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no, I thought you were like P like piss.

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oh,

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that

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the

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fucking pushing P thing

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oh,

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okay.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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I guess that makes sense.

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With the wet, with the wet.

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I get that near the end of the ride, he asked me if they could walk me home.

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was a mile walk, which consisted of

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past the shadowing,

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shadowing

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shadowy woods,

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a

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cemetery with few lights, a haunted retirement home, and then suburban home.

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How's this

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With with certainly no other awake humans at this hour, I repeated antiplatelet decline, suddenly becoming aware of the danger I was in.

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He seemed quite nice.

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We had a good talk, but how by getting off the train usually means goodbye.

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However, he insisted.

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And since I had no other way of getting home, no money and being a polite Midwesterner, accepted his escort.

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He said he would, he said he would only walk half way.

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And then walk back to the train.

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you

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our walk

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in the dark silence, snowy suburban sprawl.

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pulls

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the blunt of peep CP.

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I start, I have smoked many,

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I joined for the

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companion before, but dude, this was PCP.

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He has.

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that's a no-go for me.

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He asked if I wanted some I said, no, thank you.

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He lights it and start smoking our conversations still friendly and jovial, but I knew just how shady this was.

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he seemed fine though.

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Even halfway through his blunt, he asked if I wanted to hit again, really

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realizing

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strange, how rare and strange of an opportunity this was.

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I gave in and took three drags.

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yeah,

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true to his word.

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like a gentleman.

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You

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me exactly halfway to the edge of my town, where the darkness ended and the houses began.

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We said goodbye.

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And he was gone.

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The trees were quite wiggly that night.

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I would like to preface that story with, do not do that.

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don't do that,

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please.

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a somewhat, a

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happy ending

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being

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say that's the best case scenario.

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the fact that they, you know, took PCP with a stranger and didn't get, I mean, I guess if you're a drug addict and like you're dangerous, you're not going to share your PCP.

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I

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fucking know, but

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I don't,

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yeah.

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I don't, really know, like,

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also walking home alone while

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yeah,

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seems like danger.

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there's a lot of questions I have with this.

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Cause I'm like, it was the last stop.

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So where was he going?

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You know what I mean?

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It's so many questions, but yeah, that is a great story.

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oh

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Don't do that,

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please.

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Don't all right.

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guess I'm up last one.

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This one is from user frequent underscore criticism, freshman year of college roommate, and I are at a coffee shop near campus fairly late at night and are approached by another one.

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She tells us she dropped her phone and can't find it and was wondering if we would call it to help her.

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seems odd, she's not like trying to get in our car with us or anything.

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just wanted us to follow her like blocks to the school and called the number while she looked sketch.

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In hindsight, we should have just gone back to our dorm, but in the moment we thought we were doing a good deed for a day.

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So we followed this woman to this school.

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So it's not lit up very well at all.

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And no one is there because it's probably almost midnight by that

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point.

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Oh, Jesus.

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of the car and call the number.

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As we're dialing, the woman walks to a spot and bends to pick the phone up.

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The second it rings, like she kind of knew exactly where it was all along.

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I'm starting to get bad vibes, but I'm like, whatever.

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We all start moving towards our cars the woman is making small talk, asking us if we go to school at the university, we want to do normal stuff.

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But then she asks which dorm we live in and red flags immediately got off my roommate answered her and she says, oh, I used to live there too.

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floor

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uh,

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no

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way.

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At that point I am gripping my roommate's hand and pulled her towards the car.

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tell the woman, we live on a floor first floor, a floor that had no dorm rooms and we get in the car.

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I immediately book it out the parking lot because this woman can get back in her car and try to follow us.

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But the second we turn out the parking lot, a big blue van pool done pulled in and a man hopped out to talk to the woman to this day, I am 99%

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sure that we narrowly avoided something like.

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Oh, absolutely.

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Absolutely.

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Oh,

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That seems like some Jalane Maxwell type

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shit.

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Oh, my God.

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Some,

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some coercion to get the

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mail to come in and then just kidnap them.

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Jesus.

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jeez.

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man.

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I felt danger.

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hearing

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those stories.

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I can, I this is going to sound shitty, but I'm glad I'm a man, because I have never once felt, you know what I mean?

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That like it is shitty to think about, but I've never once been in a situation like this, where I'm concerned for my life and, or being kidnapped.

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You know what I mean?

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you're

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your biggest fear is

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kidnapping

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Y

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man, because I've been in

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fair.

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feared for my fucking life.

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Cause I

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looked different.

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Okay.

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That's fair.

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That's

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That's fair.

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I meant, man in general is like being kidnapped,

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Good enough.

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I can understand.

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Yes.

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Being

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Josh.

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That

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a

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of being kidnapped because I'll tiny.

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I am

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yeah,

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no, I'm not.

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Cause I'm heaviest shit.

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Oh man.

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But that is it.

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This week we come in yaks.

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I know it was a tough ground for me to present to my

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co-host, but whatever it, I'm not being

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Can I,

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it at all.

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can I say one thing, I am disappointed that one of the dangerous spots was not like the bottom of the ocean.

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It's like, that's clearly the most dangerous spot

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Can what?

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Cause unable to visit it though.

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you can get to the

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bottom of the ocean.

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Give me an anchor.

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you

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won't survive.

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My friend

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That's why it's the most dangerous.

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bear,

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My point stands.

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you should've

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and.

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list.

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You should have yes,

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I'll write this list.

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Anything above 10 stories

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falling

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a hot sauce factory.

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underneath a tiger.

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I don't know.

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