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With Nick & David
With Nick & David

Episode 1 · 3 years ago

S1E1: Pilot

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

What do country music, rap, JR Smith, living forever, and espresso have to do with each other? Literally nothing, but we cover all of them in our first podcast anyway! Check out our debut episode, guest starring Wooster's very own Tristan Donohoe.

Okay, here we go focus speed. I amspeed, speed. We I smoke need for breakfast Andim Nogonare, you ready for thisSunday. I welcome to with mic and Davis I some uncensored stuff. So you knowwhat I mean. You'e been word its not like, like the late night comedy. Thisis like the death jam with podcast deat chounny o an it's Ik, never mind we'llget there. That's are youefirs opics, realied, yeah, so little bit about theformat for a start. Right again, I guess that Ta. This is like a talk showin like the most literal sense of the work talk like we both picked twotopics to bring in. We have not told each other what these topics are. Wehaven't really talked at a all N, the last couple days, so we're just GOINGNAuse of us. I goingto talk about what we want and ask questions and we have atwitter all right. The twitter is at Nick David Show or show is called withNikan David kind of sounds like naked David Call, whatever you want. If youwant us to talk about something or you want to give us Orou on David to getthey can, I will get naged tweet at Nikan. NAVID show I'm a shit no I' atNick David Show. That's Nick and ICK David Dabid show we don't have aninstagramor snatchhat, but yet yet, but we will get on that so rigt, that'slike two minutes of an intro that was all over the place. So, let's let's go.Let's just do it, I'm reayyou could start yeah e. So what do you thinkabout country, music country, music, man you're from you're from Californiayah?What o? You really think this isn't we're not laning to each other. Here Imean this is a stace space hen. I think a country music, I think of like youknow, Oh man, my girlfriend hot on me and now sitting in the rain. You know Imean it's just kind of really like country busing. I don'tlike how you feel aboute tha. Should you Sei my country, Mui your girlfriendSitin in the rain, no he's sitting in the rainor she's sitting in the rainbeing like my seesiain, others new. So as long as there's Prayin, right andcowboy ats are like how girl boots Ar Cowins, you know, I mean yeah, yeah,yeah, Wy Soso. So here's what I got. Here's what I came in with okay, I feellike a lot of people, don't like country music, and I feel like it'smostly people on me coast and I do like country music I'll. Just say that, likeI listen to country music, Oh okay, yeah yeah, so with me, awould be Kay.So I feel like a lot of, I feel like the reason. A lot of people don't likecountry music doesn't actually have anything to do with the music. It'smore f like a class thing that make sense. Yeah, that's true! I Iget that. So I did a little research, and now this is something 've beeninterested in okay, but basically recorded music was like when it wasfirst being marketed, and I in Ike Thun D tenty this they created like very distant categoriesfor the music and two of those categories, were hill milly and race,okay, which sound, really specific and really offensive, and that's becausethey really were it was billboard to it was like a majorLik. It wasn't like a small time thing like that was that was what it was. Itwas herbilly I was race music and that, basically, is where that divide started.So that's where country music became like white music and like rap, became like African American, likekind of black associated music, so that's kind of that's kind of wherethat started, and then throughout time, like that's, just worked with likeracial tensions and class tensions, and things like that and now e're at apoint where actually wrapping country musicsshould have a lot in common with each other, but like so I'll, just I'll just I'lljust lalkil, Jo, say this. So one of the things that they share is that bothof the genres like are very concerned about optenticity. So, like you can'tdecountry, unless you were born in like a farm and like worked in a field andlike raise horse, I don't know yeah...

...whatever the stereotype is, and youcan't be a wrapper if you didn't grow up in thestreets and you're, not wrapping hembout like how low you were when youstarted and where you are now and both of those genres are very concerned with, likepeople having to prove themselves about where they came from, I mean rapwise. You've got you've gotmm an eight mile, like I don't have you seen it Bou IV seen it okay, you knowthat R sing wit, the end where he's RAPP battling and it's like the finalrat battle, and he wins by calling ut the guy because he went to a privateschool yeah. So like that whole vibe Os, like you, can't be a rapper because youwent to a private school right so like so that in turn, because youhave to prove that you're like authentic and that's really where youcame from, I feel like that. FORCIS artists, T's, O kind of like pander forthose groups so, like you can't be country unless you crow up in a fieldand you truin feer and you trying to pickup truck. So that's what they thinkabout and then everyone is like. Ah That's that's the only people that canlisten to that have to fit that demographic. The only people like it was that kindof music of people hat also fit in that right. I feel like that's the Mam withlike hipop rap and CONTA country yeah. So what about okay? So what about likedrink right, yeah startes on the bottom? But he did, I don't know, did he notlike start in the bottom, though, like he was on the grassy right, that's whatI nead D, and so he made his start through TV frich. I feel like you haveto be at a certain like level in itself to get on TV, because you got to have an agent,you guys do the casting call thing and like whatever yeah but he's still likelike, but that's my point like he didn't start from t e bottom, but he'sstill rapping about how he started from the bottom, because that's what he'ssupposed to do, but youre saying over or people, okay with that likeingcountry, like other country singers, that did not grow up on farms and stuff.I feel like most country singers didn't grow up on farms or like, even if theygrew up in a small town, Wat Wyo thing like Kelly Clark, she country or shepop his countryss kind of more pop now wai WHO's, your favorite country rightnow, Plang partist. So so. My problem here is that I like country, artiststhat are actually like: Og, okay, like Chris Tapleton, Zach, Fron, Ban Ya,yeah, okay, okay, but so my point, my point is just that I feel like peopledon't like country, even if it's Ust a sup contest, ting they don't likecountry or they don't like wrap or they should on either one of them, because Ithink I just dropped the first perse word or so soy. I said Shitall right.Well, that's twitter handle that's a that's a solid tree, so we'Reoightno,but I feel like I feel, like people, don't like those enres, because atleast in part, because it's a class thing, that's also where I wanted tokind of bring itn a political aspect. So it's like, like it's country, music,but it's way more than that. So I feel like you that kid rock thaidhe was going to run percentate in Michigan. Oh Mygod, you didn't hearthat no, were you serious yeah, so it was a while ago and he said he was going to run forsentate and he's he's not someone who'se politics I agree with, but he was like just blatantly likebeing raiced that he's a very vocal trump supporter and just like all overthe place and since then e he said like Tnot, I was just a public pace. PonSarry guys to try to get out of it. But then I was like country, music, politics like there's aconnection there and it's basically what you're just saying is that is popular n places like Texas andTennessee and, like Montana, the Dakotas Iowa Kentucky and like that'sso country music is like rural America like that's what it is, and so there'salso a lot of traditionally conservative country artist, becausethose states are all red states. So, like Charlie Daniels, who did dele,went down to Georgia, which is like a classic rock and Country Classic wrote like Multiple Open letters topresient Oklama, just like criticizing him and saying Whit, Hi Shitty job, hewas doing Hik Williams junior turn, like a bunchof his more famous songs into like campaign songs. I get a song called wer young country, and, if became this is Bush Cheney, country, N E had a songcalled family tradition and if he came the cane pal, an tradition so he's likevery well trase Atkins, even like told a newspaper a while couple years backthat he didn't like the directions.

Democrats were taking this country. Soit's like very conservative, pixy chicks were blackless at aftertheir singer, Creticize President Georg Bush, and like two thousand and eight.So it's like a whole whole thing right, but now kind of with this point likewhat I'm saying more people are listening to country all over thecountry, and so you have people like Timacgra who's, like very, verysupportive of like same sex, marriage and CUN control. CASY MUSCRA is one acountry music award for Song of the year first son, to follow your Arrow,which reference es pot and like alternative lifestyles and nonbinaryrelationships. Toby Keith, whoever CEN everyone thinks,is super conservative because's, like a really big support of the troops andeverything is actually really he's a registered apendent and he was areister domocrat for a really long time, and I feel I just feel like this is I'mkind of Alf Fon the Tangat now, but I feel like, like politics of country. Music arechanging like they're, not not all the country iycons that people look up toare conservative anymore, but they're still representing those woral areasand that'll, be interesting. ton see how that like shapes riht like it usedto be like yeah, I mean you living in DC, like I'm sure, like Listnin tocountry music decades ago, with like watch. That would mean that youassociate with certain political viewer part that kin of think and now it'skind of all becoming sort of unified, but still kind ofrepresents. You know that custry e country music, is the Great Munifir Sports Center Rotba Y N M Queen hereand I use rusts medicatand bumppointme new rearin formula. Nothing sues arusty bumper, like rusties wow, look at that shine, use rustiesand you to can look like me: Gdyou no basketball, Oyofall, basketball, fol,basketball, littl, I was wearing. I was wearing a tune, sqat Jersey fromspacejam earlier, so you know all about that. NBA All right, wout, listen, CLEVELAND, capaliers, yeah, rightLebron, James Ond, the Lakers caws are torn up. Everyone in Ohio said you know.I was in Cleveland, took down the mural and everything, but one of the biggeststories from the finals. Tdat you hear about Jarer Smith. No, you hear BuchAir Smith, don't think so. This man during the final lcab tellour smepbreaks e pack out Crom Els, Hel, SOT block and we'll go to overtime. You Gev the feeling CAS now sothing theLeah had and he just ey had like the last possession they could have. Theywere tihd and they tidk e one Wut. He just Hel. The ball passed around afpoBro was like what are you doing. Jari was like ucked out your head, and soeveryone was like so to Wer, op about that labryn punched,a wall yeah and then all these nemes came on, but I did I did now. You saidnow that you said I know Tsothis man is still on the cleanand avalieers. Iwas a fan of the clear you want him Owa grace. He recently turned himself in to thepolice for FOM whatnot. For that, though, well yeah, this guy, this guy hliterally, he was arrested. Last fend. We, if Youre, if you're listening athome, I highly encourage you to Google a photo of. They are right. Now, lookeerywhere. This guy was at a club and there was a fan there whatever and hewas Frusta Jerrson as frustrating this guy. He was probably accoing orsomething d. He took his phony through it broke the Guy Stulf and then he fledt see charismen. I don't understand why ver AV stupid, tats, tosear, stupidstuff he's done. He Sei just like what the heck like as a Cleveland Cavalier's,Pan Ha fans were listening out there, like. I just feel like he's going, Tago on thpihe's Gin, this nbaseis going to start and BA people are goingto potfor him. They're going to boo. I don't o need man like you can't you know whatI mean, but I feel like if you're, if...

...you're a real fan- and he did thatlight like- why did he do because he was annoyed with the guy? The guystrying to take hi photo he' yeah. So, like that's, that's an overreaction,but if you're like a diehard cavs fan and you're going to you're going to belike yeah, he like he was like. The guy was pissing him off. He doesn't deserveto be like heckled all the time like. Okay, all right yeah, I don'tknow- I mean my fame of reference for everything. Sports is soccer becausethat's caswhat. I follow okay. So what happenes soccer give me like an example like if your favorite guy fromManchester or whatever wel that actually happend Al Right? So here'sthe story so argue was the greatest French player of all time. Ham was Eric,cantelnowto, the Nex, everyone call Hem, the Kang Werd Dude, really weird dudeyeah. He tws was going. They were playing ina game, just a normal game. Wasn't like a final or anything. I I don't thinktack check me on that. If I'm wrong and he was walking out onto the field,Te was playing and he went to get the ball and the ball was like by behindthe goal on he goal Lan and he was hanging out and get in the ball, andone of the opposing teams. Fans was just like hackling him non. Stop likejust yelling like shit, talking like just doing all sorts of things. Ancantelnot literally turn an got a running start and jumped over thebarrier and literally karate kick like with his Cleson, like the fan in the inlike the chest, like literally just jumped and took himout, and he got a lot of shit for it and he was suspended. He went to a likea hearing with the football federation or whatever, and he went into thehearing and it's kind of an iconic moment because instead of sitlingthrough the hearing, he just literally walked up to each member on the boardand was like you're an idiot you're in idiot here. INTAI you're INA need andthen you left and walked out so your suspended for like eleven months and hestill went to games. But he spent the time at the Games like learning liketeaching himself how to play the flute and, like writing, poetry on thesideline like he was a really strange dude, but so like. Like that's a shittything like I don't bendowne that, but also like, like you, gotta Love Them for it. Youknow what I mean like crat for ducs doing that yeah, but also that's adifferent situation, because I feel like that's like an opposing fan. Youknow what I mean yeah like could be one thing. If, if Jyr, I don't know, he just like, I feel waslike I were in a curry, Tursday and you did that, like I might bee like hatbutyeah, I don't know I mean yeah. I guess I just yes got stup, I don't know, I'm tellingyou watched NBA, listen to the fans, the virst televised game or whatever Iswear. People will not be happy all right hold on ro, quick, Hey, dad you're on a podcast with pe in David you're, on a podcast with me, and David Yeah, we're recording in the studio Wyeah we've got three I want to sethree Mikes on and I'm holding the phone up to one of them. So this is a VI really promo everyone. Should everyone shoulddownload the Jolly Papa ap that's available on Android and Apple RadioStation African music yeah are like or like four fourlisteners will get that so we're kind of just brought in stuffto talk about so far. We we've talked about why everyone hates country, musicand JR Smith, all Righyeah with Nick and David Yeah. I guess that's a fiscial now all right I'll call you later, but I have one more topic. If that'sHoy yeah is you want to just so?...

Let's I've got Ta, I got a I have. Thisis like two part. Okay. The first part is that billwor put out a list of theten greatest rappers of all time and I'll realy I'll read the lose d okay,so you got biggi Jz Eminm, Rocem, NAS, Andre Three Thousand Lauren Hill Ghostface killt, Kendric, Glamar and Lul Wane. Okay, you have any problems withthat lisk like. Is it missing anyone any current day, rapper or any of thisis all time all time. Yeah I mean what about like, I mean. Did they mention, like Dr j Oreas Year,like anybody from theendo Ua Noe, and they also was like big deal and they also completelyskipped over two buck to Pocko. Do to pock is not on that list. Like I evenassume that I was like kind of happ yeah. I Anas you just pill that in onthat list Wak. This is all time why I have no idea. I really don't know why.WHO's like the trap, Little Wane is Onlolan is number ten yeah man, it'sreally bad, and I just like like to Bock, did so much like he I mean okay,his voice was was crazy, like he could sing and rap. So there's that he wassuper lyrical, like he's even quoted his sant, he told the La Times. Onesthat like at is cound, be wrong. To fact check me, I'm just talking, but hesaid, Shakespeare Rone. Some of the raw stories like he was like, like you knewwhat he was doing and talked about a lot of social issues too. That's so stupid because, like ifsomething like little wane, I love his music. I love like the Classic LittleLane Yeah, like I m yeah. No, I the Carter, one, two three kind of thingfor you know whatever is but I' like there as one day where I was sitting onYoutube N, I was looking at stuff and, like you know his whole thing with addiction. He had this whole problem of,like you know, overseon Li Costur, yeah and, like I don't know if this is stagewhatever, but there's all these videos out there, you can go googleof, endinglike interview by Thongwil being like. Do you remember you writing the cardortwo and he straight up LIK deal of? What's that, yeah like what like? No,he was iis like he's, been sent to the GER hospitalized and he's been on Allenmany times and tellans like you know. Well, what are you going to do and he'slike one of my mom told me to stop doing this. I'm gonna stop doing it.Everwas, like ah you're the Heras yeah, I'm not I'm not discrediting Kno, Ilike at you. Why did they say? Why do they havereally relise to satement? They Realy Sustainment afterwards? That I didn'tread because I honestly at that point like I don't think you can justify that here's. The second thing this is alsorapplicate yeah. How how much do you listen to Lliadiiully, gottylitle, Bom, Comeong, iththe, Gotbras, Hey, look like cuizzersyoingallright, look up a photovil Iati if you've never heard Afloo Goy, honestly,okay, yeah he's to Goin up, sometimes with Kyle, you O on Ice Fyin, Don'NeRih. Whatever you know W at we'll move on you don't meed, you don't need thatreference fore race. He released a single called Pikaboo, featuring negosright sure and there's a lyric on there's. This is the funniest thing.I've heard all week yeah this is a from a while ago, but I just saw it. He released that single with a line in the song, mynew bitch, yellow she blow that Dick, like a cello, okay whic, which makes zero sense likewe'll just start there and makes no sense yeah, and so everyone was like Yo like what like.What did you do like? Why is this and it got? He got so many comments on itthat he wrote his own Kenis and notation for the song like on thelyrics website and he wrote- and I will read this whole thing because it's it'sso funny. You wrote all right. Let's stop for a second before you come at me,I'm gonna, let you know, I'm gill blame my anor rep, because HEU listen to thatsong many times, and he allowed me to...

...say that I guess for a second, Ithought a cello was a Woogwan instrument and it's not and nobody eversaid Shit. Nobody ever pulled up a pick and said: Hey man, I don't know if youknow what this is, but it ain't that I fucked up. I thought squinver play thecello, you don't that's a flute I fucked up, but it do sound good. We think tops come on. Man Like likethird grade rhymes. First of all, second of all, how do you not? Is hesaying an that that he doesn't know what the cello is? Yes, so he also aflute because he thought he thought he was talking about a flute o Tha. Sowhen you're, okay, when you're in that, when you're someone you compose rap,are you you're not considered? Are you s that a musician thing or like whatlike? I know you don't have to have a background of like all the instrumentsand all that stuff? But that's not, I feel like that's, not even Haninstrument thing like they work n ask Lik a two year old. What a Flud is, andI feel like yeah like I don't I hen trying to blame. I mean okay, itis. It is kind of funny, though, that he wrote this whole thing and likerepersed it and recorded it and released it, and nobody ever told himthat that line didn't make any sense like it just sounds stupid yeah. Firstof all, it's bad. It's really bad a! I don't know why I m honest to God. RapRight now is really good. Just missing me on. I don't really likeI mean. I'm really stubborn people know me know: Metha O, like ind Ou, do likLin stuff. That's why I don't listen to the country that much lik yeah. Isomeone has to sit be down and say right TIR. You got T listen to this. Ilove trage scoots new, album as for world yeah. That is amazing. You wantto go to that. Let's go we geto a pocast F. I an oneof meat nick and Davin and boar avid and Ordon. No we're going to gotogether. Showvat this event will have a boot, an so wit the Travis God you oron this show all right anyway, but I don't know M, that's it! That's all Iwanted. I just think that that's a really funny situation. I just wantedto bring that out. At's so stupid, oh good, seen, I feel educated now cool.This is why thes show works because we're like really have these different.You know yeah before we bring in our guest just a reminder: You can tweetthat Nigking David show or is it as Jus Nicate, Thas, cha and ti so DMA NigDavid show that's ATN and Ik David Bavit Shel, your n Stell, that we don'twant to Wadn listeing between US wis. What I don't ow? What you want to talkabout? What you like, don't say what you did like, because that's bad people,jus o Jus, tell oe person and yeah we're going to take complitegreat gen, then bring on our guest sounds good, Hos, ttbroin, onchaall right. We arehere with Tristan Natabo its me, not NOBAGO, Donano! It's coming to Stakfill it on ever ye a e T for that. It's not yeahtyep, just not o here. That'sme! So we're just kind of GOINGNO talk about. You brought in a couple thingsto talk about just so you're up to speed on what we talked about. Wetalked about why people hate country music. We talked about the politics ofcountry music. We talked about billboard, leaving out topock on theirlist of the ten best rappers of all time, and then we talked about Jr Smith and acast. I see you left me with nothing now. Those were all the time its. Ibrought it yeah. So this is that's the show guys righ well just to start things off. I'mnot you know. Just for those listening in. I have no experience lit what theyhave talked about ad no experience with any paramters o what they show entails.So this is completely blind black. You said like we have any idea with thesows before before I walked in here I was watching Theflix as one does, and I waswatching their new hip orignal show called altered carbon...

...and I don't know if you guys have feartabout that. I I feel like that's like theire posters, for that all over theplace there are, there are didn't expect to get into it, but I didso. Basically, the premise of the show I had two topics to come in with onewas what I'm speaking about now: N, theother one, like mainly te Spressa win sorag in severity, not in importance tome both there efally for you, but this one. If I continue it's so the basis ofthe show is about you know three hundred four hundred years in thefuture right people have developed through. You know back storyes kind ofstill fuzzy, but basically people have developed ways to put theirconsciousness into these disks. Basically, they're called stacks. Howmany? How many episodes are you in im? I think exactly for episode, okay, Nour,each for everyone, listening yeah, if you're, forther N ye, please don't Havyspoil it, but so people's consciousness is S.sizes are in these disks and you can switch the out between different bidesand they refer to vie as sleeves. So obviously that wor choice- yeah, that'sWEA HA thats e supposability of them. So you literally like there's this onescene where somebody's grandmother has been dead, but her stack or disk hasbeen kept like on ice. You know quoeunquote and an she was just slippedinto like this free, like drug addicts, by what everybody's rejoicing like it'sa drug addict right like in oppurely he's got tactos all over H, places likeShaes got piercing but to the family, it's like Teis, Marthos and stuff, andso there's like a bi. You know like big family gathering and everybody's welcomto grandma. Coming back for she's like in appearence, it's very shocking yeis.You know it's an entirely different body, but everybody's okay within somepeople, you know like the the rich and powerful they can they flung themselvesand they restack, as is what is called Hem, so they perceivably live forever.But the idea is that you know bodies are disposable, thereis called sleeves. You know you can you can switch out about you as many times asyou want. Are these ar these to like normalbodies, though, or there's still lot of bodies there? Aren't that manymodifcats, I don't think, there's like email in your eyewalls and stuff that'bexpected right Y, a what is the set. I Sat, I think, one Tou nine hundred andeighttsnyears in the PAIT's about four hundred years in the future. I thinkwow, that's pretty right Dan right yeah. So my question is for the both of you. Would you everconsider doing that? Wul? You ever consider. I mean it's like required bylike in the universe it show setting like at Redyer hold. You have to have astack Insrenoli Developin, you huh right, but there are some people likelike theire neol Catholics in the world in this world, where they're like, like,Oh yeah, you read if you restack, if you like, if you sleep die, if yoursleep died, Yeh and your restact, then you will never get into has because,like o corrupted or something so they choose to Beso. There's like areligious tension. Yeah exactllet me get this straight. So this is we'retalking. Singulariy, singular, I'm not familiar it's just it's literally justthe term when, like technology and AI triggers like runway growth, and thenit takes it's not important butthe technology and humanity crossiesbaseball. I think I have an answer, but I want to make sure- and maybe some ofte reviewers who have the Iq like me. I would make sure NTO stand this first,so you're saying that a body is asleep right: Bodys by conscious hat, you havea sleep o Lee you've like a rack of like supet ta stack of CD, Okay andEcdis, Pat Oaas, you blank right. You can upligiconsciousness onto a CD you're born and then a year after your born your firstbirthday right, you get a stack in splurty like into your o catch Onin,the back of your back of last I sa call.

This is one just Lik. I I that it'slike a little disk, okay, and if you get that destroyed, then your life forreal day like yeah, it's Oit's like real deat, but if your body, if youjust like get shot in the heardon clean out or something you're, fine, yourstack is fine, so o have to pay some money to restat right like so. It'sliterally like a DVD like it's ar like a DV, that's recording everything andyou can take that. Poit te right, Teir Memory, survivor and your oto surviveaccent, survive, Oly Iunderstand, do people know who you are like, I'm assuming like atpart in the show. Maybe some people switch an personate than age and man,people like were you? Yes, exactly because here's on going with this rightis this. Juman aspers is leading to an answer O pe okay and I haven't seen the show, but I'vebeen cha on ETLEX. It is on the PRASI. So if fultered card you have this anpaability to slike pay, promot exact is posiyitif. You have this ability right,I feel like it would I mean you could almost go off and do whatever you wanted, like I mean inmy case, right like if I wanted to like break into like someeember ouneershipand take a car and want to joy right right and then right before the police.Are there whatever I said, hige switch Qi, swich lease or I well aject oranything or is it a long process? It's a lon process. You have to ret, I meanyou have to remove the DISCOA. You do that an you can't use the sleepinorobviously, and you rit someone there to Putyou kind of, and I think it's yeslikea. You kw specialize in occupation to do that or so it's not just like yougot to be robbed. Yeah t O, like kind of like an opportunity to have a secondchance. It did. Yes, can I mean it's Rit all heavily regulated by thegovernment, an such so like, okay know it's not the easiest thing to escapefrom crime and things like that, but obviously like the rich and powerfulthey're called mets. I missmet I missed the part in the first episode, Wevefgorrec Yeah Sresomething, to do with that aleast. We tweeted us. If that'swrong. Yes, please do at Nick Damidshvshow, okay, maybe I wouldnit, because if it'sregulated by the government, then what Wai'm saying is the wishand powerful aponow? Has They always have right government os buff all with them,because they Hav the resources into it themselves, so they clung themselvesand they just have like stacks, not literal stacks, because tack, Tu,different sumors, but like racks and racks of their own bodies. Like thatthey leave this there's a book like that really score scort in the House withthe Scorp and Ye, and it basically is a really rich guy and he hasn'm colln himlike fifteen times and but not like direct clones are like kids and theygroth yeah and when they hit a certain age, he just tastshis consciouse anstuff. That's a pretty much exact dat on her yeah. So would you do that Nin?Would you in this in his Io, like it's Harthet yeah, which, if basically thequestion I think oils Nouncif? If you have the means, would you move forou?So if I okay but like, if I could call myself or if I was just like handed abody that I would have to, let's go bol, let's take them as different differentser right. So I think if I could choose tha JE yeah, I think it does, because Ithink if I could clum myself, I would do it as I feels like you're losingleston less of yourself yourself and your body yeahs. Basically, you'reliving the as exact you, it's you over against you, but if it's if it was like,I got a signed, a body or like I had the poll I was I wenister housingselection. I would never would now be stuck with like ten thosand out of likethree thousand kids yeah. No, so I d it depends on like aseverything unlike class. I don't wait a lot. I just feel like. Ijust took that Doo Yaall. I'm saying.

Is that like the way I I don't think ofit is I mean I dint even think about yet you could live forever if you're,on whatever it's called stack, you know, but you just go on a bunch of sleepe.I'm like, I think I kind of view it as a way to kind of Imean imagine if you were in a relationship with someone and you brokeup, there was got NOG fight or you fucked up or whatever and you're likeAi Wan, er back Whuldin't. You just take or hid you kno whatever, likechange bodies, Aelcham bote change is your voice. The same I meani keep andthought you have to there's actually a few key points in the series wherepeople have to imitate. You know mannerisms and speech. Patters of youknow, people they are trying to inpersonally toy, have their toleavtheir body, but it's obviously unother consciousness. So you have to be verycareful about. You know how you impursonate people and sometimes trusteach other right, yeah, there's, there's a certain agree of mistrust. ThYe! This question: Wasn't what you want your society doing it. The question is:If you could do it, not unless it benefited me in some coolway, but you live forever, but do you want? I mean honestly? Well, you canalso? U still the option O di. It's not like a fermanent thing right likecrackyer. No, I mean sure yeah you can just o shoot. Yourselfin te back. INackin your Don. We yeah, but yeah, there's actually yeah there'san for dislition. I should BA so the if you body jump its Callin. You know if you, if you switch stacksfrom one random by you another to Aknother to another. Eventually, youget something called personality: fragging and that's like you're, youbasically doin Sayne. So it's you know for the Lower Class Youill, your livesare limited. You know right mean obviously, still nobody wants todie, but, like the mats, thethe Yeaat's odd right, the they can hypothetically live forever,because once you, when you rece that to someone who's, you know geneticallysimilar to you at tens. E is emto right, exact, yeah, practically nothing so socloms you can just live not over and over again. So personally, I think that the help Iwould not want to do that. I have doubts about wanting to live into my elderly life personally anyway.So I don't know how I feel about likehunches and hundreds of Peop, like one of the main pairs of characters on theshow. They've been married for like three Hundred Years Yeah. I don't knowif I just don't like marige. Doesn't institutions rough enough without bout adding years yeah, I don'tI don't anyway. I ask with that. So yeah yeah show is wellalrighontooress. Well, I mean there's not any particularsurjects Wellso, I okay for people who don't know you right. This is Goinna.Go Out. I mean that's alike, Os millions of followers once not PLAC,spixthem, right yeah. So F, those you don't know Driston, I'm his roommateokay and he is an Abid. I would say you're a pretty aveconseor of the finerbeverages in temsof alcohol and is I havo. I have pulled him two years inour secret Hanapole and the gift that I had given him our espresso machine andto make your own Jan Kids Trooo, so that that not not talkd, nothing on mebut like that, tells yo w kind of crazy cuac the kind of person I am withoutthe snobbing Silin yeah. Yes, clar he's very generous with his. You know:Bathcock Wat's, our room number. He was making his own chant. He wasn't justlike five. Thirty on to thirty one tell I havin Yor wor number, what whuld Yos,O Iyo Guy Presstiar TVA rcvaa, that yeah towos the CE store but- and youjust started working at the feast anyway, that's right yeah! I did startworking in the CEA story, Wat your hours S, my beverage making passion myhours at the moment. They are Tuesdays...

...from twet to two and Sundays. Fromabout two to five give Er take a few hours he's there go visit him yeah,please ask O be come to what's Eeohio from whereever you're, listening,JUSTTI JES LE! Please do anyway. So, like Defi y saying I do like to PriMyself, onknowing things about coffee, about espresso, about alcohol, aboutwhiskeys in general, and gin and lots of different things. With that being said, I would like to see somethingextrapalim, maybe into a blow of Yo. Okay, maybe something we're casual. Wetalking like like cough Epressa or like Jin Club. Well, I don't think Tha Jinclub would go over bar EA. I don't know if you think at that charter, so Ithink we would have to limit to an espressal club. Well, that sounds like a group ofbricks. Okay, but we already have like the TAclub right dthink. We do they just meet in an have different teams and talkreally yeah. Why DNI just do that with his ress Espresso Club, camping, moreprotentious than tea clubs? F, they take n what die they say. Oh you KAcartof that, because there's already oneed existence so whai you GIS, not tseefo pess. What would I dain the ideal world? Well, I think I think it wouldnaturally pare well with a book club. Okay. I think that'd be Nice Espresso on Redboll Espresso in redyeah together that be, and you can throw the alcohol in the mext two ifyou're in TURANC Rightn, no Stignis depressancs all around for sure. Well, let's start out with somethingmore simple, I think I think a book club would be a goodparint for that. I think maybe a you know like a club around makingdifferent coffee drinks and then as well as you know, to boot baby, maybereading a certain mo genre, bobs er certain only books about espresso, I thinkyou'reonto something Ga i Thinkiam on something yeah. I wut all right, wait: Eide of coffee and Ju you cantweet at Nick David Show, thits and ICKDAVID show. Would you join anOspresso club? I O is not a simple yes or no. No, I want we need like a fullparagraph. If you don't run out of your twitter character limit, it's not worthit Welle, Doue Yeah, that's true! Well, I think it's a lot of people takecoffee for granted and they just golike cafene you whatever Bu, I met you. Iremember sustinctly one day it was probably like thirty, and you asked methis s last yearwerelike. Can I interest you in an Ispresso I was likeChrisnits like I like. It was really. You were really adamant. You wanted tooffer you one to share this thing. I really did ye you've had a nice. Whatdo you call saucer play thing, Isa Yeah under the Little Espresso Cup, and itwas very fancy and I I lose you little spoot Havon made fot. I really enjoyedit. You put some sugar an th and it was. It was nice because it was sosimple. Yet you know this wasn't something like you know and yeah itsright. I think I think you make a very good point to that. I think, and thisactually expands into a theory I have about American society at large incomparison to wellspecifically this case your Repune Society, but you know, I think, that as Americans wevalue t e the efficiency of something theneed, the result of a lot ofpractices more than the actual practice itself, and I think that's evienalcohol and I think that's Eien n coffee as well, because a lot of timespeople, don't you know, there's not, there's not really a big alcoholculture in America and the same way that is you gen a Canida to extent. You know E, we as a society, I thinkespecially the youth they drink, to get drunk cright and you drink coffee to beawake to get a fuck, a Yo, a yeah. I think you consume, but you don'tappreciate yes yeah, and I think that...

I think that comes about in part due to you know the industrial revolution withthat stune just te Rolin, that's played in America specifically how big of aproce an work. I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm laughing, I'm just looking at atDavid's face when you said industrial revelun, sitting veever seen my ie credit yeahbut anyway. I would like to see thatchanged a little bit, maybe have my own hin to see you know I don't drink coffee. Personally, Idon't drink hoffee ever for the cafpine benefit, whether I like it or not. When I drinkcofee, I get more entired to Han Isresso over in my room before I canwok here as well and IAM getting sleepy. So don't they say. I Google that I did toon. You Know Freeles Research. They say that thet have something to do withlike the same science that gets behind. Why those ith the HD the a Ar given youknow stimulants and that as the obvosite of that to where they're gevting stigles, butit's taking you know there there there's alreadysimulated tigrains are exactly yes, Eah. Thank you, but I don't ever remember aing problemswith thetension deficit for anything like that. I wouldn't sayI have that now. So whatever these things, I think thefect e theyaffect,everybody didrightlyer with Youoso Lisener, Arso Yeah, basically I'mtrying to get across. I would like to throw an experience relater to coffee,I'd like to get coffee, as you know not seen as Oh man, I gotta Igotta get my fix in every year. Like those you know what I really you don'really grinds. My gears o grid your Goopn, i Nice, that's what we're about here.WITI call Elov that we talk about things ike grinder gears over. You knowCofe Croun Anyway, no you're, all familiar with revel, ohoh re Astaigtili with bread, bubblcom correct,are you? Are you legitimately getting paid by teait's that thicker, whereeverybody ges their laptop stiggers, Yeah Atyeahyeah? They have other thingslike shirts and Hockee muks and other things like that Lik they're, mostknown for their stickers right. I I part Tay Ombuyingspinkers from now. Ilike finding obscure things Lappingon, my laptop, but you know the one, the spingeres thatsay stuff like a like. Even Mi coffee needs cocking orlike things that are like yeah things that are. Oh Man, like don't Evon, talkto me after unlisten, it's an like showboting that you drink coffee, yeah,your Nol yeah. I need coffee, I need caffeneine. I don't eat coffee, anycaffeine to Surviv right o an I ithis, isn't a personal attack on anyone whohas Ho Certin Noo. That's what werewant their so names an. But you know. I think that that isshowing that people don't appreciate coffee to the full extent that they canand the way that I like to think that I do even in a small amount. You know andnot to say that I'm better than these people wor, you know not to be Lec, forthem are Er coffeyis. I mean that I think that's self evidenttawas jokeanyway, so I just want that. Metalian of youshifted a little bit with my own hand and with my own, youknow whatever I can do to help get Lighe mited people together and youknow we can make different. You know why they don't want people to know thedifference between a Cappuccino. U Wet and dry cappins. You know what tdifference between that on on. You know what a lot say: What Amoka has what aMAKIATA wis. You know just just those thosedifferent little distinctions because it preat it's come about through. Youknow. A lot lot of different societies...

...have coffee ISD. They all treat it very differently soI' like to see people an the sings for oncal buthat's. That'sW TAT's, another B, Bacyeaheacty Yeah Yeah Cret, interesting this this yeah!Well, if we'll, let you guys thoug if you yeah tat'A, has any interest in you know understanding more aboutcoffee or you know talking mew about starting up this clote. I would love totalk to you, my Ames just non hoe. I Wuln't see stor those hours I misbefore, and I do a lot of different things on camps. So you probably see wewearin a couple different ano, fel free. So well, if you made it this far in theShat cogress, I don't really think anyone onestlyit unless you skippedaround all right, yeah wellyoow. Thank you for listening. This has been anexperiment for us, but the first episode hopefully was enjoyable, foryou will have more segments more guests, more topics, but for now that's what'sgoing on with Nickand David, and we want to thank tristen for being ourfirst guest Waf. The show is my absolute literally literally justhaving, thispress of them watch net flex, someon old in her he lac yeahthat's. Whatwe're about all right? That's a rap good! You.

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