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May 16, 2022

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What's up Wikimaniacs! In today’s episode, Sean takes control and decided you needed more AITA stories so he brought you two of his own! We have a sister who gets some medical advice she doesn't want to hear, a girl shows up some guys at the gun range, and in Today In Wiki History we talk about Junko Tabei, one of the most amazing women in history!

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Transcript
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What the fuck is up.

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Y'all back at it again, demonetizing right off the bat.

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I don't care about the money.

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I do this for the love of podcasting.

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And again, you can find our Patriot on at patrion.com/cultivate podcast, network

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$25 tier that's right where we want you.

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And, uh, yeah.

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Welcome to read it on Wiki.

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my name is Sean hosting again.

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You know, the vibes I got my hosts, Josh and John with me.

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And, uh, I'm going to try and be consistent for once I'm going to do

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Josh's format from the last episode, or we do some Reddit shit, and then we take

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a break and we do some Wikipedia shit.

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And then, uh, That's it.

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I love how you started the episode with, I don't give a fuck about money

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and then Proceed to introduce the Patrion before you introduce your co-hosts.

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That's the bit guys, that's the comedy that's what's funny.

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And then y'all, didn't laugh at it.

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And I was like, was that not funny?

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Was that not obvious enough?

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And we are going to get the monetize.

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You saying what the fuck is up within three seconds of the intro?

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Yeah.

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You know, the vibes,

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jokes on you YouTube.

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We're not monetized yet.

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Oh yeah.

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We got

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that.

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Canada's social media.

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No YouTube.

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We just need certain amount of views

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Yeah.

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For like 4,000 watch hours.

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I'm like that.

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4,000 watch hours, I think.

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Yeah.

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We're getting

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And then like an a thousand

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subscribers.

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So if

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you do have a YouTube account and you listen on Spotify or, or apple

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podcasts, you know, just subscribe on YouTube just to get us to that number

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And just play it on the background, even though you don't listen to

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what the hell we're saying, just

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play it on the background.

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We'll

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That's true.

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You could do that.

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I'll take anything.

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Sean just wants the money.

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He wants to be monetized.

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I want to shout out my YouTube fans.

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As, uh, you were talking about YouTube and I was like, oh, this

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would be a good way to promote that.

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Yeah, I can, read a couple of it if you want.

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I want the specific ones about me.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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I got one.

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so, uh,

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Hey Josh.

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Speaking of YouTube,

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John is going to edit this.

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Moodley he'll cut all that shit out.

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No problem.

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Speaking of YouTube, we are watching the comments and listening to the.

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I think two or three episodes ago.

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I forget, we talked about how somebody said they loved me, but then it

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was on a video where I'm not in.

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So we came up with a theory that they think Josh has me,

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yeah.

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Sorry.

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I'm trying to find that specific one, on the one with Dustin, I

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believe it was, the MIT asshole with.

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we got a comment from someone that said,

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I love Shawn

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with two hearts.

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there's two different accounts that said this actually.

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So, uh, so someone did say I love Sean.

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And then on, uh, the episode where we mentioned.

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They went back and they said, ah, this is a little.

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pumpkin on YouTube.

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And they said,

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a little.

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I just listened to this episode on Spotify and came

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here to say that I actually really love Sean and no, I did

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not mistake him for anyone else.

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That's crazy.

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That's especially cause we were joking.

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Like I'm pretty sure they think Dustin is me.

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And like, they're like, wow, Shawna.

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So fucking smart and insightful.

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No, they just like the dumb ass.

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You know what I'm saying?

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There was.

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So there was another comment here, from someone named Nicole.

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they said, I literally just found you guys on tick-tock and came to

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check out the stories, in detail.

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I'm seriously

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impressed by how Sean is so thoughtful of women and just situations overall.

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Like, can you teach men, give a Ted talk and convert assholes, please.

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Was he in

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that.

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Uh,

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I don't

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no, that was also the Dustin video.

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Wow.

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I think at least one person is for sure

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that they like me.

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The other one is, could also be

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confused,

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but I

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this bit though.

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Everyone go to the

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Dustin episode and just comment you love Shawn.

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That's.

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that should be the new bit.

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If you ever want to express your love for Sean, go to a video

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where he is not in and comment.

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That's crazy.

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I just wanted to say, cause when I saw that one specifically, I was like,

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I can't take full credit for Like my empathy, I guess.

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Like I was, I was raised by my, I mean, both parents of course, but my

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mom, amazing mom, my two siblings are.

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really amazing women.

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I'm married to an amazing woman.

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Who's also like has a master's degree in social work and public health and

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like teaches me about, you know, I I've learned a lot throughout the year, so it's

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not like, I can't take credit for that.

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So that that's the one I wanted you to read initially, but the

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other one, a little nice ego boost.

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I don't mind you reading the ones that.

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The other two there's two that said they love you.

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So, all of them, not on an episode that you're on,

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Yeah, I'm still only, only one person for sure.

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Likes me.

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The other two could think that Dustin is me.

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Yes.

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And I hope that is the case.

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Cause

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I also hope that is the case.

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Dustin is awesome.

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Yeah.

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He's, he's very considerate.

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Yeah, no, I, I think Sean has

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great takes all the time, so, um, I support those comments.

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Sean could give a Ted talk.

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It would be real short.

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I, you see a wicked mate.

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XLC how I struggle on these

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intros.

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that, could you

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What the fuck is up Ted talk.

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What the fuck is up to talk?

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Oh,

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shit.

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I can't swear

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here.

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Shit.

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I just did it again.

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Fuck.

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Uh, you can subscribe

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to my Patriot.

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Oh fuck.

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Yeah.

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I'm glad you brought up the YouTube comments.

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That was great.

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Yeah.

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So shout out to all you guys who think I'm Dustin and the w the one, little pumpkin

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we're vibing.

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I feel you.

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Thank you.

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Oh, and before we get into the EMI, the assholes.

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Oh, Wikimedia.

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I think I already said the, the format, but yeah, right after this, we're going

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to get in the, am I the asshole part and then take a break and then get into Wiki.

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But before we do that real quick, we have to mention it.

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The elephant in the room, John and I met in person

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the first time,

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we did.

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If you think Sean has handsome, now you should have seen his ass in person.

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This man will make Chris

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Hemsworth shake in the mere presence of this godly

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man named Sean self.

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so it's not just the lighting.

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That's good.

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No, it's not just the lighting.

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My

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Hey,

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That was a compliment.

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It sounded backhanded, but it was not, it was meant to be a compliment.

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I got you, Josh.

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I was being genuine and I realized it didn't come across.

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worth, we're three handsome men over here and we're not, we're not afraid

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to say it to each other's face.

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They were.

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John is not

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I'm just used to Chris and Ryan, my, my boys.

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They're the rock and the 5, 2, 5, 1.

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So when John came walking in at five, five, I was like, this man is a giant.

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I was going to say he was not the shortest person in the picture you guys took,

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No,

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the angle of the

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picture.

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Okay.

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It was the angle.

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what surprised you the most when you guys met him?

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How about each other?

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I feel like I've known Sean

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forever.

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John walked out the door and then Chris was like, why does it

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feel like John's like been the homie for like, for a long time?

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Like that just felt like, you know, just chilling with some

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guy that we've already known.

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Yeah, fucking ate pizza, watch wrestling.

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That sounds like a fucking perfect night to me.

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if I had to guess that would be

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almost exactly what I would've guessed.

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yeah,

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yeah.

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Right with that being said, I think it's time we get into our, am I the assholes?

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I know last episode, Josh said this is supposed to not

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be in my, the assholes, but,

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I didn't say specifically Monday would never be, am I the asshole?

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I just said we're keeping at my, the asshole specifically to Friday as well.

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Like Mondays, you know, we can do whatever we want on Monday.

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I didn't break the rules.

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we, we make up our own rules as we go.

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So

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we just changed this like

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today.

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yeah.

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Who Luke cheat today?

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When he told me the format, I was like,

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okay, this is fun I found these AMA the assholes by just searching in.

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Am I the asshole for a word?

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That's

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about my topic.

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God, I hope you did not choose one that we did for a Friday episode already.

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That'd be So

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funny.

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I hope not.

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I doubt it.

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These are, I think these are.

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Okay.

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Okay.

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But, um,

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whenever we come back from break, you guys can take a guess

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as to what the topic will be.

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since it's sort of, it's connected, but I wouldn't think too hard.

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It's more like, you know, now that you know my format, I just searched the word.

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So think of a word that's in both of these.

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And then that's the topic

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Oh

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got it.

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Fuck.

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Today and Wiki history,

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The asshole was learned to be the male G-spot

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all right guys.

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So the first am I the asshole?

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Are we

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ready from 19 days ago?

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Oh, not that old day.

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Oh, shit

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it feels weird saying it.

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Am I the asshole and not hearing Josh say it,

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I know

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but,

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I was going to say whenever I scroll through our tick-tock, it's just

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like M I M I M I, the asshole M I M

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a shout

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Shout out,

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shout out

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one of our day ones.

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Yeah.

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GRA sounds a grouchy for requesting a, full-on

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compilation

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of Josh saying, am I vassal?

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Am I there?

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Everyone would hate that.

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And so we're nice.

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And let's Sean or John does it?

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unless one of our fans is do it, you know, unless one of the wicked

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maniacs do it themselves, by all means,

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welcome maniacs or funny people.

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They're hilarious.

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Man, we are 14 minutes in and we haven't started.

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I'm getting to it now.

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It's starting now.

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Am I the asshole forgiving my stepsister blunt medical

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advice after she asked for it

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this is not where I thought we were going.

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When you said stepsister.

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And I was like, oh no, it's a smart episode of care.

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no, no, no, no.

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I'm so thankful that we found something that isn't smut that's successful.

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What are you doing?

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Step,

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bro.

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on

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my brain.

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doesn't sound like an asshole

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yet.

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depends on what the medical advice.

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is or,

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yeah,

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I mean, you can

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just give, people medical advice.

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They don't have to listen to you.

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All right, here we go.

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I'm in medical school right now and what's kind of adorable to me in a certain way.

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Is.

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No matter what the medical issue is, my family will always reach out and

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want my quote unquote expert opinion.

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I feel

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that.

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I have a sister that's a nurse and I had, I always do that shit.

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going to say, like, I am like website, designer, developer,

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doesn't matter the tech issue.

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Can you help me with this?

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It's like a fucking nut.

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I'm not, I don't know how to work at TV.

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the, and it said, uh, expert opinion, even if

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it's something like, quote,

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I have a sore throat, what do you think that could be?

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So a few weekends ago, my step-sister who is 17, was hanging out at my apartment

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and she was telling me once again about how she was getting lectured at home

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about her weight specifically, how many.

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our parents are that she's having issues, just getting into her

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school's uniform every day.

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She's come to the conclusion on her own that they are just

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antagonizes looking to rile her up.

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She asked me for my quote expert medical opinion

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Oh, no, I see where this is going.

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I took it very serious.

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asked her how much he weighed and she told me, and I had to give her an honest

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answer that at this point she is obese.

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She's 60 pounds heavier than our six foot, two inch father.

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And I don't know if she's been able to lie to herself, but she seemed very shocked.

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I told her first and foremost that I loved her, but that I also know

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how little she exercises as well as how much of her diet is junk.

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I wasn't trying to berate her or scare her, but I told her that if

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she kept up with this lifestyle, her twenties would be very unpleasant.

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She accused me of being an antagonizer and told me I was being rude and bossy,

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but I told her I wasn't being bossy.

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I just wanted to warn her that if she keeps eating and eating, there'll

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come a day where climbing the stairs will feel like Mount Everest.

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Am I the asshole?

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Yeah.

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For that last comment for sure.

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man, I, I think so.

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I think you're the asshole.

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I feel you tried to come at it from a nightmare.

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But I also feel your sister was just looking for someone to vent to.

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she felt like you were a safe place where she could go to talk about

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these issues with, I think you just gotta be like an ear to listen to.

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You know what I mean?

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And I feel, this is probably good advice for a lot of guys in relationships.

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Girls don't always want a solution.

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They just want someone to vent

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to, in a healthy, safe space.

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And if you're that person you just gotta sometimes just listen

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and be supportive of that.

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Can I ask a quick question.

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Gotcha.

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Did the sister who

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asks the cyst, the nurse sister, did

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she ask in a way where it was like, medical advice type of situation, like

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is she coming from like a medical advice standpoint or that the sister was just

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like, Hey, I'm a medical professional.

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I'm just gonna give it to you like a medical

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professional.

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she said, she asked me for my quote expert medical opinion.

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All right.

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So I'm going to go completely opposite of what Josh said and say

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she's not the asshole because of that point, if the sister did in

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fact go to a medical professional, they would tell her the same exact.

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Hey, you

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might

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need to change your diet.

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Yeah.

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but

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the, premise is she's asking her for her quote, unquote

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medical advice or professional

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advice.

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So I get the whole, I get the whole, like being a sister listening thing,

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but the profession now comes into play like, Hey, I'm approaching you in a,

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a medical opinion type of situation.

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Not necessarily a sister.

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And in this, the whole story, the way she's saying it, but she still loves her

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and she cares for her health, but she came at it and approach where it's like,

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you kind of wanted my medical advice.

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I'm going to give you a medical advice that a doctor would give you otherwise

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Yeah, I think you're still the asshole though.

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like hearing.

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It come from your sister or brother.

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I'm not sure.

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Is it a brother or sister?

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Uh, They didn't say

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Oh,

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okay.

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coming from your sibling, it's a different, take than it's.

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If it's coming from a doctor.

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just because there is that underlying emotional connection

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between the two people.

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and so I think you should have just said, Hey, I'm not qualified or, kinda

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just sidestep the question and then just supported them and then say, if you really

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do want professional medical support, I'd

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go see a doctor, recommend them to

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something, someone else so that You're not putting the situation where

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you're coming across as the asshole.

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But is the

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sister qualified though?

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Does that the, that's the question to

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Well, she's in school, so

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probably not either.

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med school?

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Oh, well then maybe

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Like you're not quite, you're not qualified yet.

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Right.

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I'm kinda like right in between y'all I see both the L's

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points and I agree with both.

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That's why it's kind of like difficult.

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And I was surprised in the comments.

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They're all like not the asshole, not the asshole, like all of them.

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And I was like, oh shit.

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But when I initially read it, I was like, okay fact is fact she

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asked for it, you could do all the listening and the world at that point.

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And it sounds like that's what they were doing.

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They were listening and then they got.

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So you got to say what they asked for, but I'm sure there's like a billion different,

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other ways you could have worded this or like fucking delivered this fucking

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heartbreaking news, not just fucking.

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kinda like my doctor hit me, but I mean, I guess I was expecting that

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I was at a doctor's appointment.

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Like Josh said, whenever you hit me with that fucking you are morbidly obese.

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I was like, oh, that's fucking sick.

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yeah, but you, you don't have emotional connection with your doctor.

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So you're just

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like, okay, this is, I can, process this as a third party.

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telling me something I need to hear.

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It's not as if like one of John and I said it to you, then it would be

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kind of like, oh, you're kind of an

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asshole for saying that, you know what I mean?

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Cause we

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It's and it's like, a doctor's appointment.

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You know, I waited in the office, I waited for him to see me.

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I did all the tests and then he said, I was like, I've been fucking psyching

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my brain up as opposed to, this is like, Hey, give me your advice.

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And then five seconds later being hit with that.

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Boom.

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You're

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fucking obese,

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stairs, or Mount Everest to you.

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I'm like, holy shit.

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Like that's fucking, it's too quick.

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Yeah.

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The Mount Everest thing is fucking

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that's low blow over.

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want to say, I think if I have to come to a decision, I'm going to

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say asshole, but I'm not like a

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hundred percent sold either.

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don't get me wrong.

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It's not like a hard line.

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You're an asshole.

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Like your intentions.

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Weren't to be an asshole.

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Yeah, but it came across as asshole Lish, you know what I mean?

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And so I think there's that difference where you're not, you're

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not an evil person, you just, kind of fucked up in this situation.

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It's okay.

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It happens.

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and, just support them going forward.

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And, as a 17 year old, who's probably insecure about her body,

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especially with parents that seem to be, constantly on her about it.

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Like, that's, that's a tough situation for someone that young.

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dealing with body issues.

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And so going forward, just be there to support them.

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And if she is actually unhealthy, then she'll come to realize it on her own

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terms with love and support,

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Yeah, you, you kind of like rapid fire.

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Yeah.

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bib, bam like that, that I

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do not think is the correct way to do that.

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No.

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Yeah, I'm still going

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with the, not the asshole.

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So two thirds is that

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Yep.

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I think, I think this is the

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first

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Uh,

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I don't think so.

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I think we've had splits before.

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but it feels like the first time in awhile.

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yeah,

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in awhile.

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First hard, hard line

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Yeah, that was hard.

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Don't get me.

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I was pretty hard,

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To be fair.

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It hasn't been us three for a while,

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so.

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true.

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Hey, I'm here every Wednesday, baby.

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No, no, no.

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We w

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you hear for every Monday episode, can't fault you for

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that,

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Yeah.

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All right.

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Next one.

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am I the asshole for being brought in as a ringer?

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what's.

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Oh a ringer.

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Okay.

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I'll never watch that fucking movie from the early aughts.

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The ringer.

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I think it was Johnny Knoxville.

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a ringer is essentially like, did y'all ever see white man?

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Can't jump that's from the nineties.

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It was

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before Josh

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it.

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So maybe that's, that's true.

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A ringer is somebody that's like good at something, but you don't

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know they're good at something.

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So then they enter

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something like a competition and it's like, oops.

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Okay.

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All right.

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So let's get straight into it.

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Okay, this is all rather a silly bet, but hear me out.

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My aunt has been dating Tim for a while now.

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And personally, I don't like him very much.

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He's one of those guys that if you've climbed a mountain he's climbed or

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Yeah.

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One of those guys is like, I did it better or I did it to

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so he's an uncle, uncle Rico,

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huh?

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people.

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Oh shit.

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Uncle Rico.

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did

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the greatest movie ever made Napoleon down.

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Facts.

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if you've ever gone skydiving he's done it, but naked.

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I don't see what she sees in him, but I'm not the one who has to put up with him.

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So whatever

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is this what we'd classify as a pick me, boy, we have picked me girls.

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a pick me

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Just vet.

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To be honest, I'm not even sure what a pick me person is yet.

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It's someone who does stuff for attention, I think is what

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Kind of

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bolted down to like, I can cook, I can clean.

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Like I am like,

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pick me.

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hell yeah.

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All right.

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Well, Tim is a big gun nut and likes to tout his prowess with firearms and

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what a quote, excellent shot he is.

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I'm pretty into guns myself.

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My dad was prior service and he taught me how to shoot and I'm

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prior service as well, but I don't compete or anything like that.

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I'm also no slouch either, but Tim does not note any of that.

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Tim and his buddies like to get together on the weekend.

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And have a guy versus girl shooting, target practice.

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While most of the women know the bare minimum, the guys have been

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dominating this activity and love to talk shit to the women.

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Yeah.

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Mm.

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Yeah.

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Well, this last weekend, my aunt invites me along with her idea to even the odds

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they decided they wanted to do a move and shoot competition with the pistols, which

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of course none of the women wanted to do.

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But I said, sure, I'll give it a try.

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My aunt suggests that it should just be Tim and myself.

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That way it's a fair one-on-one he agrees and immediately starts talking shit.

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So I say, well, how about we make this interesting and bet some money on it?

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He says, of course.

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And then we shake on a hundred dollar bet.

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I E the person who hits closest to the bullseye, will get the a hundred dollars.

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And shortly after that, all of the other.

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Began to have a mob mentality and start placing bets with their significant other.

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He went first and his grouping was terrible all over the place.

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And not even in the kill zone.

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I go second and all my shots are in the kill zone, except for two out of

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my 12 round magazine, we walk up, check my target and he immediately starts

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calling foul saying how I got lucky and

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Wow.

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how anything works.

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Yeah.

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You know what I mean?

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Like, oh, the Raptors played last night.

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They got a lucky, free throw or they got a lucky 300.

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It's still counts.

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Idiot.

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Yeah.

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At the end of the day, a win is a win.

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Yeah.

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Well, eventually Tim gets so upset that my aunt just spills the beans

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saying, no,

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my niece is prior service and luck had nothing to do with it.

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She's just better.

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Tim gets even more upset, storms off and refuses to pay

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up, which wasn't a big deal.

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And he was calling both me and my aunt assholes for tricking him.

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Now half of the group are bullying him, calling him a sore loser

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while the other half are mad at me for being a quote unquote ringer.

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So Reddit, are we the asshole here or what.

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Absolutely not

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Tim

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Tim needed it to get his ass handed to him

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Sounds like he needs to get it handed to him a few more times.

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He didn't get the message of, maybe

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don't be misogynistic and full of years.

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And, uh, definitely he should pay the money to, that's a really shitty.

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instead of a little man syndrome, this guy has a little gun syndrome.

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Okay.

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Cause

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he's just my goodness.

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she, she also wrote edit.

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I know that adding the bet part, was me being slightly asshole

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ish, but it was too good.

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You know what, even at that point, it's like, he's talking shit and you just

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say like, Hey, let's put money on this.

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that's on him to, be comfortable putting that money out there and knowing that

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even, if she gets lucky, if she doesn't have training

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and He still loses.

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You know, you still have to pay.

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That's still a bet.

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You know what I mean?

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I'm actually surprised that he didn't when she said like, oh, I was prior service.

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He didn't say like, oh, not only was I prior service.

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I was secret service.

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I thought he was going to try to one up or two, but

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what rank are you?

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Gunny?

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you were an E four while I was E 13.

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It's not even a

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rank.

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you sunk my battleship.

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sunk a real battle shit.

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It sounds like some

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shit he

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would say though.

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I'm not used to these little guns.

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Yeah.

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He sounds like such an asshole And you're definitely

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not the asshole for this.

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Good on you for showing them

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up.

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fuck that guy for, for being so cocky and just shitty.

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And the fucking butt hurt when losing how fucking embarrassing take the L

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dude, you win literally every weekend

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and

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you talk shit, like take the L for once in your fucking life, dude.

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even if she then started talking shit and never told him that she was in previous

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services, let her service, like, I'd still be like, you're not the asshole.

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He started it.

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you know, it's just, your rib each other, you know, you're like, oh, you suck.

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Like it's just classic.

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Nature, no need to get butthurt over any of it.

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if you can talk that shit, you better able to take that hit to like, I'm just saying

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Exactly.

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All right.

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So I think we're all in agreeance here.

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Not the.

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not that.

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All right.

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We can maniacs with that said, I think we're going to cut to a

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sponsor and then, uh, we'll be back with the Wikipedia section

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And we're back with the fuckin wicked mania, WCA mania.

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Whoa.

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Whenever we have a convention it's going to be called wicked mania

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Nice.

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We might get sued.

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By like three different companies

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and that's why you need to pay for the $25 patrons so we can battle battle

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Exactly

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All right, guys, before I jump into what happened on this

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day in history, can you guys

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give me a guess on what today's topic could be about?

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Oh.

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I'm going to go with a medical.

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Oh, okay.

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I don't know.

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I'm going to go with maybe

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people who think they're more qualified than they actually are.

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interesting.

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It's not a

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answers.

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but

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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There was a word in both of those that, uh, that I searched,

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particularly that is related

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to my topic.

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Well, I did not get it.

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So that's my.

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Probably far off, but

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get it.

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that's fine.

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All right.

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So on this day in Wiki history on, May 16th, 1975, Junko Tabay

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was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest.

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Totally

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Okay.

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All right.

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So this is the story of a June COTA bay and her, journey to

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the summit of Mount Everest.

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Did you say summit and

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yeah, you

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No.

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He said, Matt said, mountain.

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Oh, yay.

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yeah.

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Yeah.

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Cause you were like, if he, I climbed Everest, he climbed Everest kind of thing.

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Yeah.

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yeah, That makes sense.

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Okay, Cool.

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Oh, I liked that little shit.

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You did good job.

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Thank you.

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Thank you.

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Thank you.

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All right.

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So, GENCO Tebay, was, a famous, not at the time, but she was a

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huge mountain climber in advantage.

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And at the time, people didn't really like her or didn't want to let her

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climb with them because they said as a woman, you should be at home

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Oh, my God.

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raising kids and being worried about that.

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you shouldn't have time to adventure.

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You shouldn't have time to try and do these extracurriculars

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like climbing mountains.

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And, uh, she got so fed up with that, that she eventually made her own climate.

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Specifically for women only called the Joshi tow Han club, which was

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also became known as the Japanese women's Everest expedition.

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I bet those same

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guys who were like telling her, she should never climb.

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As soon as she made the club, it was like, oh, you excluding us.

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Cause were men, fuck you.

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Wow.

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How dare you make your own club with women only?

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That's fucking

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sexist.

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That's sexist.

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Definitely.

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We weren't sexist.

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We're saying you should stay at home and raise kids.

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We weren't sexist when we said

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you can't adventure.

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You're a woman.

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I could already hear the Tucker Carlson segment.

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Oh my God.

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Well, they applied to clown Everest in

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1971, but they had to wait four years to receive a place in

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the formal climbing schedule.

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So it took four years.

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And in that time they, uh, told them essentially, in order to climb each

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group, we'll have to pay 1.5 million yen, which at that time was $5,000.

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So

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money.

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It's not real.

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Yeah,

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I was like $2 American.

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to bay in order to raise money for herself and her group, did various

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odd jobs in order to fundraise for the Joshi tow hunt club.

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So she taught piano lessons.

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in order to save money and help out the group, she also made some of their

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equipment from scratch, including creating waterproof gloves out of the cover of her

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car and sewing trousers from old curtains.

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She found.

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So after this long period, and this four years of fundraising and

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training the team finally made it to their expedition in May, 1975.

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This group of all women attracted a lot of media attention with their plans.

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And the 15 women were initially accompanied by journalists and

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a television camera crew as they began their climb though.

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they use the same route to ascend the mountain that, sir Edmund Hillary and

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Tenzing Norgay had taken back in 1953.

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And they also had six Sherpa guides assist them for the full span of the expert.

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On May 4th, the team was camping at 6,300 meters.

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for our Americans, AKA, me and John that's 20,700 feet.

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When an avalanche.

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struck their camp

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to bay and four of her fellow climbers were buried under this.

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No

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many of them lost consciousness and were.

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Just gone and lost until their Sherpa guides were able to dig them out.

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everybody was bruised and injured, but there were no casualties.

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Luckily after the incident to could barely walk and was forced to spend two

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days at that altitude recovering, as soon as she was able to walk, though,

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she resumed the expedition and continued leading her team up the mountain.

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Although the team had originally planned to send two women to the

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summit, accompanied by a Sherpa, a bout of altitude sickness meant that

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the team's shippers could not carry the amount of oxygen bottles required

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to accommodate for two climbers.

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Only one woman could continue

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with much discussion, his Sano, which is another founder of.

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Nominated to bay to climb to the summit.

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Nearing the peak to bay was furious to discover that she would have to cross

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a thin and hazardous Ridge of ice that had gone completely unmentioned in the

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accounts made by previous expeditions.

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She crawled along it's sideways later describing it as the most

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tense experience she has ever had.

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12 days after the avalanche that struck an injured to bay and her team on

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May 16th, 1975, along with her Sherpa guide to bay became the first woman to

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ever reach the summit of Mount Everest

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Yeah.

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to bay was showered with attention as a result of her achievement.

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And in Kathmandu, a parade was held in her honor on her return to Japan.

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She was received at the Tokyo airport by thousands of cheering supporters.

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And she received messages from the king of Nepal and the Japanese government

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and a television mini series was made about the Everest expedition and to baby

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many personal appearances across Japan.

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However, with this fame to Bei found herself to be very uncomfortable

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and she later told the media that she preferred to be remembered as

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the 36th person to summit mountain.

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I did not intend to be the first woman on Everest is a famous quote from her.

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And, uh, that is the story of June COTA bay, the first woman or the 36th person

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to ever reach the summit of Everest.

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Damn humble, humble, super humble despite having such a

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frigging massive, they just did.

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Jesus

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Christ.

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that's bad ass.

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I bet a lot of the guys who, tormented her

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And told

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her she should, stay at home or whatever they brought.

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If they got hit by an avalanche, you better believe they're probably

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on the first trip back down.

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All facts.

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So that's crazy.

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So good for her for

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withstanding that and, and getting to the top, sounds like a badass.

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Yeah.

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And she just recently passed.

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I mean sort of recently in the last 10 years,

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she passed away in 2016.

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And up until her death, I was reading comments about how she was giving

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seminars and, they said her later and in life, her last, like, uh, focus in

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life was focusing on environmentalist.

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Making sure that they preserve Everest and other environments and, you know,

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don't overcrowd it with people trying to climb it and accomplish that.

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Like, we need to do more

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that's awesome.

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Because that.

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is an issue there's like tons of garbage and dead bodies all over Everest, which is

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yeah, I found that out.

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there's,

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I don't know about hundreds, but there's plenty of dead bodies that

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they leave on the trail of Everest,

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Let's say a hundred.

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Yeah,

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I would say I want it to say hundreds, but I didn't know if that was dumb.

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You

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no no sound make it sound salacious, you know?

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Um, Yeah, no, I think it is a lot.

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It is a lot of dead bodies, because

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the, you know, you just die and some people aren't gonna rescue

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like risk their life to rescue you, or even know where you are.

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So.

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probably can't see you, but damn there must be preserved the shit

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then since it's So

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So trigger warning.

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Uh, when I was looking for Reddit posts about Everest that's when I

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found out about the dead body thing, then I found out another thing

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on the subreddit ask Reddit, and I was like, oh, that's great.

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essentially somebody said what John said oh man, the bodies must be so preserved.

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And then they asked, I know this is morbid, but are the bodies preserved

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enough to where if you are stuck on Everest and you had to, that you

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could eat one of the dead bodies.

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And I was like, Nope, I fucking got out there.

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And I

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just went

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on and I, the asshole,

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I think that's a family guy episode where they do that.

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oh, is it.

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It would be a

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family guy fucking episode.

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Yeah.

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no, that's an awesome, awesome story.

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Good, good pick Sean.

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I liked that one.

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Thanks.

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It helps when there's interesting stuff, there happened on this day.

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We'll see when we reach a super boring day where

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nothing happened,

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It's probably

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going to be

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I feel that's rare and even then you could just do a day within that week

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if

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that's very hard to shoot somewhere around there.

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But, yeah, that's the episode for this week.

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Wicked maniacs.

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I hope you guys liked the new format for the Monday episodes.

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it's fun to do more Reddit shits.

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So we're all about that as well.

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Oh,

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uh,

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assholes this week.

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yeah, double assholes guys.

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