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With Nick & David
With Nick & David

Episode 4 · 3 years ago

S1E4: Infinite

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

"I'm a good person! It was an accident!"


Tune in as we – and this week’s guest, the immaculate Henry Potts-Rubin – take on rap beef, inequality, offensive comedy, accidental shoplifting, personality flaws, and the Banach-Tarski paradox.

Welcome to with Nick and David, we areback we're both los our minds, a little bend that kind of a week. I think it'sa caffeine that might be it yeah, just AAs a reminder. We are on Itunes andPod bean and for those Ofe you having trouble with podbeing message, US mayhave a solution, for you also might not. Who knows we're also onsocial media yeever social media handle yeah. Our twitter is at Nick and David, just like David shows and ICK Daviad show that's actuallyalso Ol, iver social media. That's aller! We have an instagram now to kindof facemo cature, with every guest now or of every guest, so stay tubed forthat, starting with our third one. So sorry, Tristan an Ean des Hit shafted and we what was the other news,the browns one, the Brown's one yeah, that's a big DEA ifortuaely on yea,neither we're Brepin two different coasts, a neither of us really carethat one. I don't really care, but there was free beer for people. I sawthat yeah its a big deal. Yeah. That's actually not one of our topics, a maybeI don't know that. That's not now. Okay, well Y NTAL, aboutour topics, Yo wantto talk about our topics. Yeah you an your Tal Youhave to right. Ihave to Tims to all right. Let me just let me START I'll start. ONE WELL GOOKAYAS! You have a big one right. I always say that this on no thisis getLok O. I alwas said all right, so my first one is about rat beef, okay right. So likedistracts and stuff like that, I was yeah, so I was going throughtwitter the other day and this random Jackass whowas just trying to startsomething. I don't know what he was doing. tweeted at Hopson. You knowHopson. No, it's not important. This is Bthis is not important, but he tuted ahops, and I was like Yo. You think you could be joinour Lucas if a rap BEACstarted and Houson was like that's a dunk question. We all know the answerand then Joiner Lucas who's like up and coming like with emanam and Chris Brownand Rolise his own track re tweeted an was like Yo Hopson. Was that supposedto me and- and now I think this whole thing's about to like this wholeshitstorm is about to go who's, the one guy that tweeted Iin, I some dude yeah,you literally just yeah like some random dude tully, so that can be thinking about rat beefand so the biggest rap ef I mean you've got Niki Minaza Cardi B, our kind ofgoing at each other right now, yeah, I'm not really paying attention to that,mostly because Cardibeis dope. I love her music, but I don't listen to ThikCA anotedge, I'm really not paying attention the one that I am payingattention to. Is Machine Gun, Kellyan EMANAT. Have you heard about this atall, maybe on twitters yeah? So basically, what happened? A long timeago, machine gun Kelly, tweeted and talked about amaom daughter, Haley,about like how hot she was and stuff and it kind of flew der the radar for awhile and then a couple years later, machine on Kelly accused NTM as likeblackballing in and like black listing him from like a record label and that kind of blew up. And then so Imean I'm just put ut this new album Kamakazi and he's got a song on itcalled Killshat. That's basically just a direct dis and machine Gon Kelly,basically doing all the traditional like dises and stuff yeah like yourweak, like all of this and so machine Gon Kelly, put out a retaliation, videocalled Rapdevil, where he just goes I'man out for being like old and out oftouch and like like SOS A on a weird beard: Yeah, it's a track. All of thatjust kind of balled out- and I started thinki about how weird that was thatwe've got people like this, the only genre where people just go at eachother, like that, think it's because of this whole, like culture of like got tobe Macho, and you got to be hard and everything because it's been aroundforever. I mean you got Jesy and Naszy...

Hav, Nwa and ice cube. You've got twoPOCKAN biggie smalls and we don't know how that one ended. I mean the biggestrecent one that I've been taying attention to is drake and push it team,because I don't know if you follow that at all. No but didn't Drak just make upwith like somebody who did drank just become friends with again, I don't know,probably meak mill. I know they were going, O yeah, there's a picture of itand they and Lebron James posted this picture, and it was like you know, likedrake, was like meat mill was an a concert with drake and they likeembraced in for Lo fancs. I didn't see that and like because they've beengoing aut yeah. Here's an like, I know about that. That's a bing dea, that'scrazy! No! But okay, so the drake as push a tea. One, though, is huge I',like lost my shit when I was lat's sa about this. So basically I don't knowhow it started again, but drake put out this distract on pushthe tea that was like Yo push. I tea your old Youre Irelevant Youre softyour week. Like all of this, an push the to Idn't do anything. I didn'treply and a lot of time went by it. Everyone was like Yo what like what'shappening. He kept saying just wait for it, wait for it's going to be big andhe put out this track called story of a died on earlier like this summer. Idon't know if you'V, if you've heard it, maybe yeah youv rememberd, because drake was justlike you're old and everything and push the tcim out and was like your dadwalked out on you. When you were a kid you're, not comfortable being black,you don't like your hair or your race. Your friend Ovio forty is dying. You'rehiding a kid that you had with a porn start like just went off on him likejust fucking lost his shit. Oh, my good, like he like, went and did seriousresearch for this, like it was like intense yeah and it was like everyonewas talking about it for a minute and then no one cared and everyones tolisten to drake. All this is to say that this is like anestablished thing in the genre, which I think is really weird and kind ofunique. But so my question, I guess, is just like what are your thoughts onRapi like? Do you think that adds anything to the music or like theculture? I think there's entertainment, there's entertainment value there Imean- and I prefer between that and like people going out and actuallygetting in fights like, I think it's a cool artistic like outlet likedistracts, can be pretty personal, a like yeah, hateful and like whateverand like that's one thing but they're still doing it within the art formright. What I mean it turns it into something where you may not even likethe artist but you'll still listen or watch the distracks right, because it'slike, oh my God, look how crazy this is yeah and it's gaining tractionattention, because this thing sounds like it's: It's hug. It is, and it'sweird because, like yeah like when it started, it was like people weregetting shot and killed, and it was like a big meal right tangentially.This is totally unrelated but DIS. You seey this sunsnight just got sentencedto like thirty years in prison from Urder Dam who's that he was the co ofdeath row records like during like two fucking Nwa and all this time, yeah,and when they were filming straight out of comfitent that, like movie about Nwa,he got into an argument with two guys and followed them to a Burgerrestaurant and ran them over with his truck and killed. Both of them motherwere filming like while they were onset yeah, it was crazy. It's Lik! You justgot sentence for what it's like twenty eight years or something anyway, that'sa relevant, but you hear about that on er filming it yeah it will. He just T,I think so, because I didn't hear about it til today when he got like thecharge or the sentence, wow wew, but anyway I feyeah, I was Goingto,say I feel like it's changed from like that from that, like violent kind oflike I'm going to fuck you up to more like like yeah, I don't like you, butalso like I'm doing this, because I know people will pay attens. Why rapbattles are so popular on like shows like wild and out or like what JamesCorten like don't know. Well, I think it's cool mean it's the same thing withlike athletes. You know actors or anything like if you have like beef. Iyou know conflict with somebody else like put Ir Oun the Field Throwon, thecourt put it in the art form like don't so it doesn't come out so soas yeah andleave it leave it on the track and D. I feel, like I mean yeah, obviously withlike disktracks and stuff like it gets. You can't just leave it pris thatservices and whatever, but I think that that's okay, I mean it's you'reexpressing your thoughts whatever you know as long as you're, not you knowmaking threats or anything like that, Wuld it I mean you know, I'm Goin tolike Fu up or whatever. I guess you...

...know, but it's interesting, but it ispicking up traction, not just rap, but I will say a lot of different outletsfor sure. Like sports to a lot sport tha was just. I just thought that wasreally strange, like phenomenon that only occurs in one specific spot, butit's starting to like become more wise pre. So, but I mean it's always beentraditionally like the hip, hop right, yeah Ol sure, so I just want to yeahstart bringing that in with because yeah that's really interesting. Yeahswitch gears so Disney yeah, okay. So I was onsocial media and there's a video that the Wall Street Journal put out. Sothey were talking about Disneyland particular the theme part in AnaanCalifornia, and they were doing a wall. steet journals doing an opinion pieacein this case of video on the lives of people working an Disneyland, and Ithink you know I'm going to go with this. The big thing is they're saying Ilove my job. I love what I do, but I'm not getting paid wor a wage to livelike I have food, insecure, haveto share, condo with five other people,and you know they're, saying all this stuff and they were showing Davdaylives. People, like you, know people who design like the WIG en ingeel likethere's this one er than she was like yeah like I love my job, but if I toldpeople that my clients do that I slept in my car, thit can be embarrassing and-and I'm scared for this to go out publicly right. This is my life andthey showed her life and like brushing her teeth at starbucks and like puttinga really visual image of what sort of behind the scenes of that like magicalplace right, and this is not the first time this is not just a thing now. Thisis always been a thing, but I've sort of revisited it after watching thatvideo and right now I guess they did statistics the Wall Street Journal didand they said to live in Anahei yout around twenty four dollar an hour. Okayand the average salary right now is either elevendos or less an. So you cansee people sharing houses or whatever that right condos. That kind of thingso Disnese response to all this was te Cuang. You know renegotiate salary toraise it to fifteendollars the minimum wage by two thousand and twenty one.Obviously, that's not the twenty fourlar that they're saying like youneed to have as a bare minimum and it's they're saying it won't even affecteverybody working at the park. Also, a statistic vacuum that is, you know theCEO gets paid, four hundred million right yeah, so I mean I know it's muchmore complicated than okay, we'll just take like two hundred million dollarsof his salary and split it to everybody, because I know that, like profits,investing and all I know it's much more complicated, but where I want to gowith this is not just say: Wow, look at how Disney's like treating these people,like that's horrible, but more on, like in my opinion- and I don't really knowthat much about law that kind o thing at. I really think that there should bemandated laws or regulations stricter on minimum wage or not even justminimum wage but like what I like to think is like a living. Wage for peopleare comfortable, especially I working in such a place like Disneyland, whereeverything is like magical and happy and everything like and you go home,and it's just it's depressing going to. If I warere to go to Disneyland Rightnow, knowing the bknowing that everybody there making my experiencegreat are living really really hard lives. You know- and it's just I feellike the should be a regulated thing more than I already is. I Yeah I reallydon't like. I mean serious wealth, dis redistribution is what we're talkingabout basically and I feel like we need to Tak. You know that Aricle has been talked about for awhile, but that big article came out about like what the life. What livesare like the people working for Amazon? Did you say that no it's going to benchshit! It's awful off like Amazon trants is employees like crap, and then youtake that and you compare it to this statistic that, like o I'm going to getthis wrong, but something came out that was like Jeff Bezos, so you know LebronJames, I promised school yeah. It's like a fantastic school is providdingall these purpices pay for other...

...college tuitions. If they graduate some stack came out that was like Besoscould build like forty with his amount of money. He could build forty seven ofthose chools in every state in the country like that, stat is like hecould be doing so much with his money. That he's not he's just sitting on itdoing what like I am with you like, I don't there's got to be some sort ofregulation or serious reform of the way that we like the pastrector of CEOSversus employees, because I understand that I don't I'm not avigatingadvocating for like a communism like that kind of thing like I understand,th want nobe well, because I think that you know there's the warket would crashbecause you're taking out the whole, what about enceptof like luxury good?What about all these, like Democratic Socialists like Okazia Quartes, whojust won in New York or like Bertie Sanders or like all these people whoare Ar, if you're N interest in this? By the way, I will point t you in thedirection of my friend Matx Max fully keen e on twitter and facebook he'scurrently writing a thesis about socialism in the US, so yeah go findhim. I don't think it should be at all in the even spread right, but I dothink that the gap is way too big. Iliks there's never like it's alwayslike the super righ people. That's like one percent and then it's likeeverybody else is just substantially lover and you look at countries likelike swetener gunmark, where you pay like a much higher tax rate like yourtext in sanly hid, but then they provide you with like food and schooland education and things like that, and so your cost of living your qualitylife ends up being better because you're being provided all theseservices yeah and you don't actually miss that money that you're losing. SoI don't know, I think, yeah serious changed. Obviously, as a CE I meanyou've got a like moral values. Like I mean yeah you, if I was O, see uo ahuge company, I would not be able to sleep at night if these, especiallythese videos come out- and I watch like my company- you know undercover Bosxright and, like you now, these blind sided shirt up CAS in Preson Lik. I hadno idea that my employees reading treated like this. Well when it comesto a salary, you do F, Youre trest in Heffect of altrarism all point you torsPedro Labani or in Racoy fonmosters campus guys. We got ta hurt. I just gotback from Walmart they're selling, theten O thds systems for on HondredThorty, ninety nine on sale, plus every time you buy one you get a fifty Dollagift card brings tha total price down a hundred and ten dollars after tax nowlisten. We can flip those sonstof bitches for two hundred and thirtybucks, a piece, easy they're, all limited adition, selthe ones, hurryhurry come with me. We can be rich and we also all get to keep one and we canplay Nintendo Games. Nintendo. Give me free stuff, they're, all this sec, likereally one major one alligation of sexual assault, agains Brett Cavenan,who is the nomine for the Supreme Court Yeah? So a conservative politicianearlier today. I want to say a member of the House of representaives, not ahundred percent. I should have doubled, checked the name before I came, but hemade a joke and he said you know all these allegations against cabvanarcoming out and one new allegation is coming out that Ruth Bader Dinsberg wassexually assaulted by Abraham Lincoln, like trying to make a joke about howold she was, and people laugh like he was at a someconvention. I don't know where he was, but some people laughed- and I got methinking about like, like obviously that's a poorly time joke, like that's,not funny. Also Porthe constructant hut, that's arelepant, but so that not me thinking about like who can joke about what akind of the role that comedy has in like tragedy, and things like that, and you know there are a lot ofcomedians that that do that so Sam Morrel Tosh, I think, is the DanelToshas that go to because he's everyone thinks he's super offensive. Myfavorite is probably Anthoni. Jezzenik Jezzl Nick is really really like.There's nothing. He will not talk about he's great on twitter. I don't know ifyou've ever gone through his twitter, some some guy tweeted was like heyanthony. What's one sentence that would make you like really happy in love theworld and he replied and said for sale, baby shoes never worn, and I it's funnyright like it's it's funny, but it's...

...awful at the same time, yeah or likethe other like a while ago, he tweeted remember seven. Eleven gives out threeseven elevens on ors tree slyrpis on seven eleven and they give up threehigh fives on nine eleven and just like, like just he's, Jis ow the day of theBoston Merathon he tweeted, and I quote today there are some lines thatshouldn't be crossed, especially the finish line when it the bombing er a anver funhe's, fantastic, super okay, he's super offensive. It's INA Stan egivs meactions. Oh all the time he has one joke and one of the standups.Where he's talking about he's, doing a show, and he does it's scate aboutShakespeare and he's like no so thad. I read Roma and Juliett because otherwiseI would have totally overreacted with my girlfriend killed herself and no onelaughs and he's just kind of like what the fuck like. Why is no one laughingand some guy stands up and is, like youknow, great worlington falls. Massachusetts is the suicide capital ofthe world and his response instead of being like? Oh I'm, sorry is fuck. Allof you, fuck great wirlhington falls. The only good thing I can say aboutthis place is that the suicide rate isn't as high as it should be and, andeveryone hated him for it like he just he gott get boohe. Of course, HEU gotpan Y dos. He my favorite thing he had a show calledthe Jezzlemike ofensive. I might have showd do this video because I'm in lovewith it and he anthne Doezn', look really likesharks, yeah and so one year the guy he was like on the show he told everyonehe was like all right. You know the first time there is an instant with heshark we're going to have a Shart party and everyone's like all right cool. Sosome guy in New Zealand got killed by a shark and Jezelit came out and was liketalking about how sharks were fantastic and we should pay them more than ourteachers and like we should give me keys to cities, and he was like by theway all these humans kill sharks every year. Sharks only killed this manyhumans and just talking about it, and it was like toller likes kind ofdisrespectful but tolerable, and then he put the Guid die. He put his face upon the screen and brought out sharp like strippers and sharp costumes, it'slike to give them a lap dance and like turn it into this massive thing, makingfun of the guy and the family and like redicit got. I show canceled he show isnot on te air anymore. What did he ar? What did he see on Comdy sentral? Heyeah, I think so. So it's his humor like based on I mean stunding peoplebecause Aso says any of Thet Yeah, so his last standup special was calledtoughts and prayers because it's all about like reacting Tho Tras, so he'sjust off the, and I love that kind of humor like I will admit, I have a hugefan. Okay, but so my question there, because a lot of people don't like thatand think that it's not appropriate to joke about tragigy or joke about thingsso closeso when they happen yeah. So what my question is just? What do youthink like? Do you think? What do you think the role of I don't want to saycivility, but like being offensive in comedy? Well, okay, yeah! This isactually. Can you be offensive in comedy ther, there's something youshouldn't talk about. People react to that. What was his name, the GuyGezzlemick yeah people probably are like take him down. Take a show downlike that's that shouldn't even be on the air. A should be online right. I'msure people Yah that right, yeah, but just similar to the GESXC video games,grandaft, auto and South Park, like they joke about a lot of stuff, not asrecent, but it's obviously not as bad, because it's t show is still aire andthe game is still going whatever. Like some of these topics, you know theymake you listening to it uncomfortable yeah right, but I think that there'ssomething to be said about it makes you have a conversation about what's goingon right, and so it's interesting because a lot of people, I think whenthey hear this stuff, they try to look the other way. So right tragedy happensand it doesn't affect them. They kind of look the other way or they ly myfalter with you Wen them. That's it and I ect yeah like my thoughts, Ondprayers like Boomin, and it's like okay, I'm done my thing or I don't need adollar to help. You know the victims of no okay yeah, but then, when someonemakes a joke about, they say. Oh you shouldn't talk about that. Youshouldn't talk about that and you should make jokes about it, but is itthat they're saying you shouldn't joke...

...about it, or is it bad that they don'twant to hear anything about it, any right, interester and so obvious? I dothink that people can be offensive in comedy, but I think that- and I dothink that there's an idea of you have a free past, O joke about it. If itrelates to you or you relate to anybody close to you right people yeah, that'slike okay, ut right and I also think, there's probably a difference betweensomeone like doing a professional standup, roteamer O it was dedicatedtheir entire life to being that person and someone who says somethingpotentially offensive and the goes. Oh, it was a joke like to kind of pull itback like you, don't get to retrack that yeah right comedy brings out andmakes us uncomfortable like crazy Omany, like that, I'm starting my independentstudy and I'm analyzing, the comedy and forms of comedy so you've got likerhetoric or I'm sorry, not reader. You have like Paradyan, satire and they'redifferent, but parody is all about. Basically, I won't get to into it, butbasically it's all about miviking, something and so by mimaking, somethingyou're kind of contrasting it and having a Dialogu with it and exposinglike the vulnerabilities or the weaknesses in that position like it'skind of Loike a mirror, but one that shows like the truth. I don't know all theflaws. It's interesting but yeah I just comedies roll and like even just copeit like like it, helps understand. helpes people understand deal with whathappened instead of, like you, said, just kind of turning away from itclosing question: Is there anything you can think of that? If a STANDUP COMEClike on stage as a routine like made a joke about that, you would be like nodon't do that suicide, Sexual Saul and racism. Sexism that I know what happensand I because I'm not affected by those things it doesn't bother like right. Ican watch it and be like okay, but that exerts O my privilege, yeah, I haven't,do have to deal with any of those things. I recognize that, but myfavorite kind of comedy is the comedy that makes fun of people who look theother way. Yeah Right, O, like Antony ill watch it watch. I ik SGT isgoodgive his information for EOL yea. Well, as es morninght. Definitelyexplicit warning he's he's on Netflax both of his standup specials are alsoon twitter. Definitely, look him up on twitter. You have one more yeah. I wantto go to a commercial break, ROK Lak, let's go to commercial break, any coffetwo brothers in a van and then a meteor hint, and they ran as fast as theycould from giant Catmas and then a giant tornado king and that's whenthings go knocked into twelv gears. A Mexican armota shows up with weaponsmade from to tomatoes, and you better bench, your bottom dollar- that thesetwo brothers know how to handle business in alien invasion, tomatomonster, Mexican armata brothers, who are just regular brothers running in afan from a ateroid and all sorts of things. The movie hold on there's moreold women are coming and they're, also in the movie and they're going to comeand cross the tack these two brothers. But let's get back to the brothersbecause theyre they have a strong bond. You don't want to know about it here,but I'll tell you one thing: the Moon. It comes crashing into earth and whatdo you do then? It's two brothers and it and they're going to it's called twobrothers, two brothers, an naked David, sho twee. You want to see inged. Areyou recording? So of course I told you I was imgpartthelast ue ealwelcome back were back. Were wenever left? We didn't really leave. I guess I should be more clear when I'mrecording and when I'm not that's aw FN. Well we're going to get into my lasttopic here and then we're going to bring in our guest. So I want to talk about stealing allright, but not in the sense that you...

...think I'm bon indirect, like feellingmy hart to out no like physical items. I have a problem, ary stilling things Istill enclose interesting and are as esn, O the service. It's an accidentfrom who all right, wait. SOSO talk stoers, so I okayyou mean you'veaccidentally stolen, close from department stors and, do you knowunique clue: N Scoobe stor check it out. They make really cheap, affordableclothing. It's very durable! Okay, like it's great, I'm not wearing anyclothes from there, but I love. I got all my business trechterts for myinternship from cotsup really afordable check it out anyway. I'm really givingmyself up here. This is awkward. Is Furtero Co Gonn get me, but listen. SoI go into the store and I'm with my mom because we're shopping. I have had thisinterntip rover, the Summerso Right, Look Nice! So, okay and one of thethings I got was dress socks right N, so we had a bag. We bought all thesethings and we also got some tshirts right. thes shirt, I'm actually raingright now that Rinlane, so we picked it up and then went out to the register andthen bought it. But all this stuff and there ware some size things she had toget a different shirt. A person, Ta Cashier and IE somehow forgot to takeall the socks I bought or was going to buy out of the bag because they giveyou bags, and so I walked out with like three four five pairs of socks. So I soms, like you just stole a bunchof sots, O accidentid, understand t and then I'm in the parking off my mom whenI'm like mom. I think we stole these sucks because I honestly couldn'tremember if she rang them up Ron Right, a she was like. Oh my God, like Doyo goback and I was like no, I think it's fine, like you know whatever. Well, Iwent home and guess what they weren't on the receipt. So you did still thesocks yeah. I never brought them back and then another time. Okay, let BACagain. Okay went back again because some shirts were too big. So I had toget resized and long story sure I did the same problem. I walked out withlike a sweater and a shirt without paying for it, and so because I tin thescanner never won off, they have little things Oga Front of the store, and so I have a moral dilemma to ask. Youhonestly really think about it for a second okay, if you went to a store andyou bought like forty fiftys worth of clothes, and youwalked out with maybe ten dolars, five doar six, seven dolls of Merchan baseaccidentally yeah and you went all the way home. Would you go back to the store? So Idefinitely I will think about it. I think I have an answer, but I'm alsocurious curious as me. If you dad realize that you took the you didn'tpay for the socks in the parking lot like before you got home, would youhave gone back an and paid for them wel? I did one of the Times I questione. Ididn't realize it fully, but I did question I said Lol. I think we stoleclose, but I was kind of joking yeah but as I then drove home with my mom, Iwas like. Oh my God, I mean Os. Listening to this, a a like David, youmaking a sound like assholes, I'm a good person is an accident, but like he is crazy right. So so I went home anI checked the receipt and I was like. Well, I don't you know, read yea, andso I feel so I have to. I have two thoughts on that right hit Te. Thefirst is from like a moral philosophical standpoint. Ifthilasoasize me, aawl flawful, I so thereare two schools of thoughthere. One says that what you did was bad because you took something withoutpaying yeah like irrelevant. Like the consequence, the outcome was bad sureand the other says you had no intent so from a moral, sandpoint, you're fine,but isn't that, like an Alical Standpointso? What about man slaughterlike what is it involuntary unboing, an Volta Yeah? That means what youaccidentally kill: Some well okay, but so in the in the eyes of the law.Involuntary man, slaugter is less like you'll get less of a sentence and ifyou purposefully Lik, but if your Susda...

...but the person still died, iht, it'sstill that, but, like the the more it's a moral gray area where there's Igarascool something yes sat, I get prosecuted by a lot of ract well but toa lesser extent that it liner actually went in within tent of stealing yeah. Ialso think admittigates it that you actually bought fifty dollars worth andyou like, you can just take them and leave like you, pay for some stuff andto Hano receivt yeah from everyone. There's a security guard at the frontwearing a suit, not like a bounce right. I'm SAR you looking at but, like I saidViolik I was so you know. Rightli was totally. I also exert to my privilegeto. I was an innocent, looking white kid walking round in my els filling theflowers like. Thank you, like you know, after spending all this money on thestore on so the other. My other thought- and this may come from having ananarchist grandfather. Okay is that was this, like a big departmentstore, not super big, but to like, as it likea chain lik O it's a big chainit's worldlife. So it's a world by Chan yeah,it's not just a Moman pop, so my thought there would be more onmoralsaside fuck than that's kind of what I did no, but youreally didn't because they're still making money like it, didn't put a dentin their profit margin at all, and it's not like you're tipping Liy man likefuck them like who cares. That is what I know ye like I mean Yeah Igo they're,not like hurting the business at all and you're, probably taking clothesthat they're marking up like that they could be selling for less. You knowwhat I mean. I mean I knid you're, not ether, Qarly earit and it's not likeyou're hurting the people who are like the people, the cash arejustr, becauseyou're not tipping them they're getting paid a an hourly salary like you. Whatyou buy has no like very little to do with that, whereas us ti cirtainllyCommissione, but I doubt they were at this place. No because they don' tryingto hustle no, it was a bunch of high school and college student right. Butif you like, stole from like a family owned like shop, that that would be bat,I would go back and say I'm so sorry I you know, but I also, if I felt like,if I went back to thes, store Inh e much of high school kids, you knowcollege kids been like Hey. I took this shirt like I flike I feel like they'd,be like Oh, when Yo ring it up, they wouldn't be so I think I feel like theyhave this look on their face like. Why are you hired whyd? You bring that youthey are they don't care about? How? If the store makes money right, I mean tinthe fact that he get to keep their jug just start to get bred yeah, and so I it's interesting and I feel, like Ithink, you're fine. I would be totally fine. Well, I don't know if I'd be totallyfind tbat. I writein saying sitting in this booth right now speaking itto amicrophone. I think I would be totally fine well so tey criminal yous Dong,anything Averi have but intentionally intention. I knew what I was going:Throm a store, yeah big store, Kak ASS, not it wasn't like a huma. I didn'tlike walk out with like sixtylars worth of like merchandise. It was like alittle thing. It was sit. I don't know I Sidney's listening, but she's the onewho start go. He started doing it. She shot lotes all the time, all right, I'mgonna stop talking before. I start throwing brandon people out the bus just like little candies and stuff fromlike Walmart or like five bellow. You know H. I mean like like the we livehere, man you steal from then I don't sit. He does and she's not here rightnow. So it's all fine, so he lisens to USSHE's, not goin she's in Morocco. Shewon't listen. Well, I think that's a great segwayyeah and so our next our guest hes a criminal. It's not really criminalWi'll be back after this short break. Flordy Rick, Hey mody Rick! Are you faraway or are you inside something? Is this a camera? Is Everything a cameramorty the garage morty come to the garage, Morty Rick. Where are you on my work?Pinch Morty? Are you invisible and you're going to like Fart on me, witthe pickle over? What I'm going to touch it and you're going to tell meit's an alien, Dick or something I'm oin flip the pickle morty you're notgoing to reret it. The payoff is huge. I turn myself into a pickle morty boombig reveal, I'm a pickle. What do you think about that? I turned myself intoa Picko. What are you just staring at...

...me for Bro? I turned myself into apickle Mordy, and and what more do you want? Teckd on to this, I turned myselfinto a pickle. An nine eleven was an inside job. Was it who cares? Moretyglobal acxts of terrorism happen every day. Here's something that's neverhappened before I'm a pickle, I'm pickle, re, wait. We ask them Ino theMIHE, because I'm recording right now. I don't think I have any questions youcan look at as toor togen David. Will, you actually say: sothing Mor blln,Themi Atsbord, so I could yeah say something I anr Oh, were testing my mife welcome back. You are with Nick andDavid. We have our guest we're here hi his this is Henry Po tomathematician extaordinary temalae. Also, the leading Gol score of theblack squirrels will sterc premier soccer team yeah come out Tihe with Ein this season. Now that sure ye to that's crazy e was slightly outside.Otisi have Youre lucky that you're on this one. By the way, because am cameon in Davids for Specialis, you Wuch Form Wasfantasticeer St. I don't verstolen anything accidentally. No, I think I'm a good guy. I don'tknow like think I'm agoathough, I sorry m just so cry like David and IARE.Neither of US are good guy well yeah, so I am storted to cut thas short. Wejust we just got a call. That day has been arrested, yeah because you werealive on the air right right. This is the end we Oy GSS is legit anyway. That's what we talked about. Wetalked about shop, lifting and morality and consequences, and then we talkedabout offensive comedy and then we talked well not in this order, and wetalked about Te Disney and like CEOS, making millions wile po other peoplemaking their employees ar living in cars and also rat beef. So you knowdeep stuff yeah, it's been, it's been all over the place as it always isright. That's Ou, charm! All over the place, you want to give this acircumference of Whatohgotha map. Po didn't make much yeah, so I've got two topics. Okay,then the first one is non math. I figure we'll save the the math right,goshyes a little layer. Well, Fryour, brans after sounds good, introducesomething else. So how do I start this? Let's see so it's often the case that, like whenyou're in class, especially like a math glass, you've got a person or two thatare the best at it and like clearly super talented ore trysically at mathand is also Eftin a gcase that those people have some sort of o Lockwr, ohyeah or, like some other part of deficiency right I mean there's alsothis like stereotype, that the Jock is the stupid kid well, and so, what's thewhat's the sterotype for math kids, where they like look at their shoeslike how to tell right, yeah the two types of Athpetition, yeah, eccentricand Wallhoters, and you can tell a difference because the wall hooverslook at their shoes and the excentrics will look at yours when you're talkingto them credits, t dotor, Naton Fox for tellingme that co believe is wherr about that. I think yeah. So speaking of these sort ofdeficiencies and these pluses that many different that people different peoplehave right, it's sort of just this balance of personalities and skills andwhatnot. And so my question to you is: can you identify those deficiencies inyourself and not only what the deficiencies and pluses are but howthey sort of operate on each other like interester? You might be bad atsomething, but you Bein bad at something. Might make you good atsomething else yeah. I think it's interesting becauseso I went to a really like my high school was bigger than Boister ismassive and you had basically it basically a paralol ofmajors. Now, because you think of stereotypical majors, I all have tlikedifferent like corks and personalities, but in high school we had thecommunication artipagrams of cat, which...

...is what I was in, which was, unfortunately it was almost exclusivelywhite. Girls such as yourself, yeah, a you know,just doing my thing now, ther were there were a couple guys,but all the guys were white to and then the minority it actually recently theystarted a black cafthin to try to increase the minority in the programbecause it's awful and then you have the academies which are just like thegeneral group, like everyone got a different track, but it's basicallylike you're, not an Amaga program, and then you had the magnat kids, which themagnakites were Stum kids and they were the ones that always like wone, insultcompetitions and like went to different confet like contest and Ust, and thoseare the kids that you're talking about, because I have never met a smarter group ofindividuals and my entire life, but they didn't know how to interact withpeople right. And it's really interesting, because I don't see thatreflective in the math majors here at least the ones I know, but maybe that'sbecause I talke to the ones that are better at socializing yeah yeah anyway. So that's just kind oftengential to the point about seeing deficiencies on myself. Yeah interesting, what are flaws about youmake ocagnize, that's a tough question. It iwith. I don't know how much thishas to do with my like proclivity, like how what I'm good at yeah, but I do definitely something I so it wasjust for those listening who don't know, I'mJewish. We just had young Kapor, which is the day of a Toman. Is he beingJewish and efficiencythere's? That offensive comedy? No t? No, but it's the day of a toments youresupposed to think about things. You've done wrong and people you've brokenpromises that you made to, and things like that and I came to the realizationwhich I've known for a while is that I, every day I have to like struggle withmy ego at this school- and I don't know like I just have this generalsuperiority complex. I think it's because I come from a really good, Sholdistrict, okay and like I do. I am very well prepared for everything I'm doingjust by Virtu of being in those programs and and having an experience, but I alsolike sitting in communications courses. Sometimes I spent eight years in acommunications program and sitting in those classes. Sometimes it's like, like yeah, like just just figure it outlike it's, not that hard like just do it, and then I have to check myselflike now. I'm a Dick like like that's not right, like I struggle some of those classesto so I think one of my one of my problems is hits just my ego.Okay, do you think like that? That then maybe makes you more confident,which is a good thing? No, actually, I think it wall. So yes, so I think Ithink my compidence is is y at least academically at fantase, and I say Imost other perts on my life, but I also think that it affects the way interactwith people, because I, like I like to pick of myself as like a charismaticperson like I'm a decent with social interaction. I know a lot of people. Idon't have problems meeting people ar talking to people, I'm a tor guy likeit's, not that's, not a problem for me, but I think that because of that deficiency, whatever you want to callit yeah, I lose patients with people quicker like. I think I quicker towrite people off or like just see, people like, observe them and be like Nhat. Iit want to dol with that, and just just interest im ignore it, which is a flawtrying to work on that interesting yeah. I also I can realizinnow that I just admitted that I have a securiority conpet podcast, O iiahold.You T I am convisent of it. That's that's the takeaway and I'm working onit. Well, so we talkig about academic could be any Itin for pecific I mean,like could be anything like again. The stereotype, with the Jock being stupid,yeah, yeah, well, Iguess, m kind of II mean I'm very I'm. A very empasetic is that the right one,empathetic person, trii'm very sensitive, which everyone is tells me, that's great, because you're reallygood at being perpeptive to other people's feelings and emotions, butthat screws me over because sometimes...

...you shouldn't really care that muchabout other people, because I got to live my own life so like if, like mybest friend or family member, is really down. I will get down because they'renow right, yeah, almost sometimes even worse, Lik, because, like that' HII'mbuilt, you know like those those people that she other people throwing up andthen thit makes them throw up yeah, except with emotion, there's a Canhaz,your an emotional vomiter yeah and the that's he scientific for by Fresurs,but ten place to my strength. That is a strength because I'm really good atAman cares matic. You know that kind of thing and I coul talk to people buildrelationships and that kind of thing, but it also hurts me like that and oraffects me academically. I've noticed is the concept of feedback. Now I knownobody likes getting feedback, but I like I've, got emoh fe everinelike, like I did a cous Oror the summer andmy profession O' studying corporate culture and stuff, and I would doweekly reflections about reading and, like my experience and I got a comment- and it said DavenComma- please visit this thing to learn about how to write this properly and Iwas like, Oh God like she. Si was scared. So I really really reallyworked. Did you really well the next week and I was terrified to read mynext feedback, because I was scared that I'd get you know, but then so thatI came back to school and I was like wow. I wonder I hope this professiorDod. I did a good job like I hope, everyling school and then, of course, Iwent back and ITASESS EA great. This amazing Good Work Ndi was like Oh wow,like I hipe that apay too much. So I see what you're saying like you know,it's very Al Yeah. I think everybody has thes Itialy. What about you everwhatbout you haveany yeah, so Sohe's like seting, Afrouna exentr. I'm OtifygCalli women, so yeah someo calling podcast ECCENTRI.I'm calling this one Nexi yeah, that's Foll, that's for sure. So you may H may not know this about mebecause I think I hide it pretty well, but I have obsessive comvulsivedisorder and when I say I have obsessive compulsive disorder or Os TB,I don't mean, like I like things: that's eanize, it's not like just teNople who are on Nol Rit, have obsessive fromuls, Soer Yeah, like legitimately it's a thing, and so oneof the ways that it sort of manifest itself is especially when I'm tired or if it's late at night, which I guess goahead in hand. The mantestation is. I have to do things or touch things for multiplesof four remotils of four seconds, cratchit right so like if you'rewatching me in my room from outside at like eleven thirty at night, you'regoing to see the legwitch go off on and off four times before I go to Bet Huh you're Goinna, you kno you're, going tohear me check to make sure my door I shut right times before I go to bedright, and so it manifests itself in weird ways like that, and I've beenthinking about that lately in know. Weird way, I feel like itmakes me better at academia, because it's this idea of really like checking something or really doingU. Son specially was Hartic hard disciplines like mat sure that makessense yeah. I can see that I mean, like I don't know so, like you know, peopleare supposed to you know supposed to check over your test right when you'redone with it and people do that, because that's something I' e supposedto do. I do it because I have to do lik yeah like and I'll admit I never whenpeople are always like check over your test. I never go back and just do itand I'm done like this, like I have to stare at every problem for like foureight right, sixteen seconds or whatever and like check that Shit. Youknow wow so that s a good, but you Cani'm sure you catch yourself yeahwhatever you'r like thank God. I went...

...over it because Yu Ayeah I mean it doeshelp me catch my mstake. Sometimes it is like it can be pretty hellish whenit gets bad right, yeah, like obviously that's problematic, but you're standingthere at night, it like Eleenthirty, you want to go to bed and you're,holding the handle of your door and Yi like yeah hack. I can't I stop doingThiz Yeah Huh. So do you ever when you're doingtests, because, obviously, if you don't have all the time in the world, do youever run in the situation where you have like? Maybe ten minutes left andyou just finishe the exam? And now you have to check everything in ten minutesor are you? Are you time manage yourself pretty? Well, I think I timemanae myself pretty well, and I think I think I'm good at suppressing my bcidas well, like you know like when I'm doing the test,it never comes up if I never have dressed up and do something like fourtimes or whatever it never comes up. It's only at that. At the end I beennwill like count for were looking at stuff and when time is called time iscalled, I'm not super worried about. If I'm. So, it's like it's more of likeTut when you have free time kind of thing like if you've got too much time,Inh your hands, her you're too tired or like yeah playing that yeah. It's whenI'm not distracted by something right. I Guess Right Okayh, that's interesting,wherets, stot right so anyway, tweet as in David. So what Yosyou Av Yeah Crim anwardly, honestly, though, if you want to let usknow that be kind of cool yeah, let's, let's Aradicat Tat, Stig O that Coul bean ice breaking reak. My silence, that's an awful icebreaker, David at's,your worst trait. You were streat your best treak. Is it yeah? You Gilikedamn,he's confident like sitting in exams and stuff you're cool concollectedyou're like yeah like agotlike, it's cool yeah, but I don't alway. I had tostalk with someone the other day too, like I turned it my paper, my exam, Iusually one of the first one done. First, one son, an everyone is like. Oh,he must know Onltye. I do like half those tests. I do Poorlyon, but I'mdone eyeah I'm over and I generally I det. I do really well in school andacademics, but that doesn't necessarily mean like anyway. That's a sideis asidethat I'm not don't look up to me. David I'Moa never meet your heroes, I'm inthe middle, not Atian, seeit, Heny, Lafh, Togo shave. I don't know in we're,taking a photo for Social Meta hes. I don't know if that was a manisfestationor if that was just a no personal trait, that's a person. I don't want to Looki.Do Thatyeah yeah good deal David over here. Looks you have another topic. I di this oneis going to be math. It is going to be math oriente. Is it about apology? No,so it's not about how, if you remove the eternal organs and orifices from adog and blow it up, it's a ball. Thatit is not what it's about, but thatis correct. That is Zaladamall right. That's the only typology I now so I'mmoving on yeah. So I was talking to my advisor mathprofessor here at the college the other day, and he said that the first time in mathematics when he everfelt like aparaphrising right, don't tone for semlike he said this e Tan. He said this I so this when he said learning somethingthis shit fucks me up inside like when this is so paradoxical. This doesn'tmake any sense whatsoever right, hate this right, yeah. The first time was inlike a transition to advance mathematics, ocas so like where youlearning about higher level, math and learn about proof, writing and thesubject. Is this thing called cardinality? You have to bear with myfature this all right. Thank you. Anaand our listeners, so cerdinality is a way of talkingabout the size of sets, okay, sents or...

...just collections of elements. So, likelet's say I have a squirrel, a Lama and a bear, and I put them into a set. Thesize of that set is o butery. Okay, because you have a squirrel Oloma rightthere. The cardinality of that's that is three, doesn't have to be a sqirrelAlama and a par it doesn't. It can be anything you want worse, specifically,Gointo, be concerned with numbers, okay right so like the set of the numbers,one twoand three as personality thre, Gosu, Kay, that's fairly simple rightand the set of any the personality excuse me of any finite set is justgoing to be. How many elements are in that sit right? You just count them upand there it is okay, okay, you' with me, so a yeah. So that's a way to tell if like. If I havetwo sets both of twenty elements. If I just count up how many are an gh oneand I get twenty for both of them- that's a way to tell that they are equal in size, evl and Carda rightright. Would you also believe me if I take a set a finince set and anotherfinaccet, and I show that I can basically map each element in one setto an element in the other set, it's sort of a one to one Maner, the sameparton and the two sets of the same partner right yeah, and if I, if Imanaged to map every element in Satday to every element and set B and no two elements are mapped to thesame element right, then they should have a sant car, an Nawaty thateverything is accounted for. So yes, O. If you have two sets and you can matcheach element, yeah Yo tell him. It has a partner, so theres a once tat is oned three and the other set is Seveng. Nine yeah you're saying that you couldeffectively send one ujus at hair, yeah, two o eight and three o nine, but notone that eigt or it has to be like in the same sequentialer. Does that matterit doesn't matter Te Mtlbut. If say, I was trying to map one o three to fourfive, six, seven. I couldn't do it right, my hills, because they don'thave the same Crido, not catcha. So that's a way to tell whith two sets ofthe same cardintnality as well. If we have a function between them, that doesthat sort of wonder one mappy right. Okay, so now I want to talk about infinitesets all right, okand their carrialytis. So do we know the natural numbers arethe natural numbers are just accounting numbers, one to three: Four: five etc.You can't goon wor yeah and clearly this is an infinite set. Yeah! Okay,because you try and Gite me a last pleasur number ony had one you an justan dor yeah and because we can sort of count it outbecause we can sort of list one two three etc. We call it a countablyinfinite set. Okay, okay, so remember that if I can do this sort of map between two setsa're going to have the Soune credinality and now consider the intotrups okay, the intageries areone to three FORACI: Seven Etcra Zero negatave one Negga, two negtive, three,no all the way down. Okay right, so I argue that Oh no, I can create amap between the natural numbers and the entagers showing that their size, thecridinality is. This is the same, and the way I can do this is sort of justrit out the natural numbers, one t three Etca and then below them, zeroone negative one, two NIGGAV two three, I etce and because they go out toinfinity because I'm listing them sort of in this oneto one correspondencematching them up. They have the same credinality yeah yeah, but theyshouldn't be the same size. Wait this! Isn't that bad wait so, butthis should fuck you up a little bit. INSIDEIT does because there's a naturalnumbers, one DARETC, that's hard of the intagers yeah h.That doesn't include so like the natioral numbers and the negativenatural nemvers and zero all those numbers the same size as Sam, so theNatalso the natural numbers. We also all then positive numbers. The naturalmembers are all the positive once yeah and insgers, but because they go toaffinity and the entators are negative,...

...zero and the positive ones and thosealso good infinity, since they both go into in finithat, you can match them up,so they have the same cardinality, so they're the same size, even though oneshould be like a little over double right, othea. So like int thatis, Proti Ayeah, you can't negativenumbers, aren't the same as natural numbers right or negative numbers,natunal numbers. No, no, your sa! Okay, so onero three and the negative onethat Os you dan't get three you're Sayig that you can match es all up in aset. I that H, t you're, saying yeah yeah soon two three Etcera negave one Niga, two Nenger Thee, etc and zero put allof those in one set and then just one two, three PORFESSIC etce put allTDOS'n another set and those sets have the same size. Ih like that. Youshouldn't like that boys were just getting STARTU thiyeahm,you can imagiti PSI mset understand iokay, that's that one so the as sothat the natural numbers and the editors have the same carnality yeahand are the same size, Theye Bot, accountably infot it okay, yeah, okay,okay, alright, there. I thought that was it. I was like o. So what? If wemove to something a little bigger? What's bigger than infinity e? Thatdoesn't really make sense, but there is something bigger than fit: Hout Os ONATright. If WEHAE CCOUNTABLY infinite, we can have uncountably infinite. So nowes look at the real numbers, okay,which are all the inagers and everything in between so like one halfis in there. Piover two is in there radical sixes in there every like.Basically, every number Ri so remember if a set is countably.Infinite we can sort of list out their elements yeah, so David try to list out the real numbers starvewith zero zero. What's the next one one? What's the next one in like size order, what what do mean Wat's like on thenumber line yeah? What is right next to zero one? Well, one half on between that,hey or one fourth is won between, though you could yeah. So you gotto gofar closer to zero. So Point Zeros Zer zero as your one wow Blak, an adanotherERSO. There is no next number thereis a nice number okay, so you can't actuallylist them out. So it's uncountly, it's uncactablyinfinite. So natural numbers are uncountably infin natural numbers,Accountablye Intenet! Oh He, real, real mumbers are uncountable. What's thediffrens tea, Naatual, emberson, THR, four, five, etc yeah real numbers,everything lso on all the nastials, an this W, all the detimals, an okay Agai,again Ra Akid, all RIGHTYOU GIT IT NICKEAH! I get it so remember yeah that if I can give youa function that want one corresponds, these two two different sets: they havethe same size, the same credinality, right yeah. This is going to feel likethis. This natural numberis equivaent to ininteresting again so consider justthe interval on the number line zero to one. So everything in between zero andone everything in the world if it possibilities everything between Zeronone infinite. Okay, thanks uncountfully infinite things, because we can't listthem out right and you're. Gonna. Have Trust me onthis because you're not going to look at the graph. There is a function specifically Ethivax eqals to ovreplyarc. Tangent ofx fact check that if you're listening, fect or don't, Idoubt anyone wisl e Dis that will map all of the numbers. Ind.The interval zero one Yin, a one o one correspondence with every number, so tha the size so between zero and oneis the same cardinality as in everything. That's so Zerta one. Isthis there's the same? There's he same...

...numbers of numbers between Zer roomand.That's a show. Owaibird Foss like zero, like a hundred yeah, a number ofnumbers between the Dwo Woa Yeah, you know Yoa'r wrong becausenot realizee you kei could put like a hundred ZOS there, and I, like one yeahput like thousand Eros Yeahon, you could put like a million Zeros. Is that it? I have one more thing I'Fuckyo on soy. Is this related iit? Is it comes up WITHHASO? There's this theorem called the BenotTursky paradox right. The nome Chomski paradog is the KNOKTAR. Op Er got its.It says. So, let's take a ball. Okay, it coal, be this empty spear yeah, andthere is a way if we can infinitely divide like material which we can't becauseRIS teplong length whatever, but if we could ingently dividematerial and made it infantastimally small, we could take that ball divideit up and reconstruct all parts to get too much involve each the same sizebecause you knowwe started for because you have infiit await no. No, it is true it's of Kttoo for this. So take you ballyeah and cut an a okay and to each side attribute like a negative one and a one. Okay and then like do another cut onhalf so youv got four things now and it's forbe like a negive to an negaiveone, a one and a two and keep doing that to infinity you'regoing to get the antagers except for zero. But that's fine, but remember that the natural numbershave the same cardinalities the entagers. So I I just take thepositively labeled on and I just take the negatively. Maybe you'll have someessruct those. So could you get like ten balls from one? Then you can getinfinitely meticals from one if you just keep for doing that division. Soreally, if you have one of anything, you've got an infinite amount of yeah.There's A. I think the term is like it's, the the P becomes the sun likethe sum the Pe pardoks or something like You, can take a pee and turn itinto the size of a Sun. I that Shit Yeah butbut. This isn't actually real,though right, because we can infantesinally divide things, becausethere is a smallest length, Wuldn tiy. We can't do it sadly, but if we wereable to infinitely, then we would control theoethat would becould be likemultiplied yeah that would that would be like literally infinity war. Oh my God, my mind is blom. I actuallyunderstand this a so weirdly enough. The so you're saying that's what fucksyou OPISA faxs me up. That's like IA, so I get the intuation. I right right.That actually makes Sense Min, but we're really fuckd map inside is whaththe ban. The BANATARSTI therem paradox. Actually I thoughts okay, just for therecord yeah, I'm glad that you're staying on thes track. But if you hadesaid what really fucks me up inside somthing, totally rade, that would havebeen the best lanethat's great. No, so the BNOK Carsky paradox actually saysthat and remember that sets our collectionsof Elemente is. I can divide the vall up into five different sets, believeit's five factecing on that and just with using those five different setsreconstruct two balls in the same sines. So it's almost like we're doing finitlymighty cuts, it's what like a Lok yeah but likeTheis, some infinity hiding in there as well right right and I'm still tryingto understand that. There's like group theory and the accident of choice- andI don't understand that yet. But so are you hearding this right now? No,this is for fun, so you learn cmenality...

...and transition to a aathatics which, aswe all know, is fun. BLASSYEA hathe recommend wow yeah, you wan't, lea to you, don'tlearn Ibat. You should be a teacher or a Professso, that's sort of the planright I want to go to Grad School. I anyoure Cood at it. I would take mathyeah ID you understond. Some of that. I understood it. No idea, like I mean itmakes sense like if you take a cup and I'm looking at my ice coffee and Icut it into infinity pieces, I could make twelve cups yeah or fifty co Avnever run out of coffee. Now. The only thing I don't understand is why why thahowl? Would you want to do that cause we never have to pay for coffeyeah? Would it td, would the DUBLICATE Cupsbe thinner? No, like I, the same size and everyway Shapin Ball, it's the samelike if you cut that in habits the same thick hets on each side yeah, but it's less by I'm using lessan TETI'm splating up the material but you're doing infinfinitely andvendesimaly. So is that thing the cup has infinite material, see there'swhere you get into the PROBLEMEPLO LAN and it's like. We can't actually dothis division because because life gets on Tha Way andPhysics iefusucks, I would fund to if you made it big IU, really put like tenbillion Dolla for you to like be able to. I mavend a machine that probablyjust talking about how you use it to like end world poverty, your aying for Emr houses from nothing, no from one house, Yeah Yeah One tatlsecould build a world. I an Tingiyeaheahpeople Yeahyo Col haveinfinite defise, you coud. It can be with David and Tae anddavid and Tavid a ritthat, nothey're the competing Seye sweet at us. If you IFYOUANI'm serious, like I getthat I thought I was going to be lost, it's not that that genius! NO THAT'SCRAZY! That's okay! That's interesting! Damn Yeah! I don't know if I want toenter show, but I think we have to be a long episode. I HOPE CAN'T LA GOLISTENING! Yeah Yeah! If you made it through this,really you explaind it really. Well, I don't know like I: It's yeah cool. What ar facebook Itit Rdud we talkedabout. We talked about rat beef and Disneymanyou came in with the PARDOXERI.Think that'll go! That's Witthan! You eery thank for AFOR, coming O yeajoyedmyyeah.

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