Dec. 2, 2021

You Kids and Your TikToks

You Kids and Your TikToks

We're old and we don't understand how TikTok works, you damn kids. Get off our lawn. Pull up your damn pants. 

This week, Mike & Mike talk about:

  • New trending stocks.
  • The Rittenhouse & McMichael/Bryan trials.
  • We can't figure out TikTok.

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Transcript

WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.000 --> 00:00:09.260 Welcome to the basement, lound podcast, with your host Mike Shay and Mike Walls, 2 00:00:09.940 --> 00:00:15.920 sit back grab a drink, relax, let's see where the time takes us enjoy. What's 3 00:00:15.960 --> 00:00:19.460 happened. The last time we got together. A couple of couple of jury verdicts 4 00:00:19.500 --> 00:00:25.400 came down, yeah, so written house. We all knew he going to get acquitted. We 5 00:00:25.460 --> 00:00:27.200 all knew that was going to fucking happen. I 6 00:00:28.720 --> 00:00:32.380 blame that one, a lot of the prosecutors and a wan on the judge yeah, 7 00:00:32.479 --> 00:00:35.980 because I think the prosecutor did a shit job presenting their case. They 8 00:00:36.060 --> 00:00:40.840 relied way too heavily on they leaned a little too heavy on it being a hate 9 00:00:40.900 --> 00:00:43.140 crime and not just a crime 10 00:00:44.180 --> 00:00:48.320 and which is hard to prove when the people who died were white and the 11 00:00:48.340 --> 00:00:52.340 shooter is White Yeah, so they leaned a little to that in to that, but the 12 00:00:52.380 --> 00:00:57.660 other one, the three dudes that attacked a Mad 13 00:00:58.820 --> 00:01:03.020 Habr Abria Medavie. They all got fucking convicted. Here's the weird 14 00:01:03.040 --> 00:01:05.660 thing on that one. I didn't think because the third guy just filmed 15 00:01:05.700 --> 00:01:09.340 everything right. So, okay, I don't know. I I had to explain this to my 16 00:01:09.380 --> 00:01:13.400 grandparents you're watching. We were watching the trial because you did get 17 00:01:13.440 --> 00:01:16.700 charged at the first charge, so they all got charge with all the same shit 18 00:01:16.840 --> 00:01:19.820 yeah, but he didn't get found guilty of the first now. So here's here's how 19 00:01:19.920 --> 00:01:23.460 here's, how it works, so the one guy was found guilty of all counts yeah, 20 00:01:23.660 --> 00:01:25.320 because the main charge was was 21 00:01:26.660 --> 00:01:30.140 murder, malice murder, which is their version of like murder. In the first 22 00:01:30.160 --> 00:01:34.460 degree, he gets that one because he pulled the trigger the other two were 23 00:01:34.520 --> 00:01:37.160 charged with it because they were all charges coconspirators, so they get 24 00:01:37.200 --> 00:01:40.500 charged with the same villa crimes they were. They were found not guilty of 25 00:01:40.560 --> 00:01:43.160 malice murder because they didn't pull the trigger yeah, but they were found 26 00:01:43.200 --> 00:01:47.620 guilty of everything else yeah. So the question my grandparents had was: Why 27 00:01:47.680 --> 00:01:52.640 are there like six felony murder charges per person because the way 28 00:01:52.720 --> 00:01:58.000 Felony Murder Works is felony murder? Is You commit a felony that results in 29 00:01:58.040 --> 00:02:02.320 somebody dying, so you get a felony murder charge for every felony that was 30 00:02:02.400 --> 00:02:07.200 convicted plus you get charged with all the individual felonies as well, so 31 00:02:07.240 --> 00:02:11.240 they had six other felonies. They were charged with plus a felony murder 32 00:02:11.280 --> 00:02:16.340 charge to go along with each one, but the guy who pulled the trigger he's 33 00:02:16.420 --> 00:02:17.440 facing the death penalty. 34 00:02:18.440 --> 00:02:21.380 Well, he should yeah and the other two are the other two are getting life in 35 00:02:21.460 --> 00:02:25.520 prison and they, if they get parole, they won't be eligible for thirty years, 36 00:02:25.560 --> 00:02:30.200 but they're both in like their fucking s. So My tasers part about the guy who 37 00:02:30.300 --> 00:02:35.180 filmed it is like he just filmed the GAL got. I don't know any other back 38 00:02:35.220 --> 00:02:38.220 story than that, that's basically it, but because they were charged as 39 00:02:38.300 --> 00:02:41.480 coconspirators. He gets it to you get charged with all the same crow, your if 40 00:02:41.500 --> 00:02:45.720 you're charged as code conspirators, you face all the same charges that 41 00:02:45.740 --> 00:02:49.080 happened to dog the bounty hunter when he was like eighteen years old. He was 42 00:02:49.160 --> 00:02:53.320 part of a gang yeah and a bunch of gang members committed a murder and he got 43 00:02:53.420 --> 00:02:57.620 charge of a coconspirator and he did time for it. When the irony is he 44 00:02:57.680 --> 00:03:02.360 released that video that's and that's the they I they were saying that on Fox 45 00:03:02.440 --> 00:03:05.220 News. They were like you know if he had never released his video. None of this 46 00:03:05.280 --> 00:03:07.020 would have happened. We never would have known about this yeah, 47 00:03:08.080 --> 00:03:11.900 but they were all riding fucking high because the because they said that the 48 00:03:12.020 --> 00:03:16.760 one guy, the dad not the the dad of the guy who pulled the trigger- was an ex 49 00:03:16.860 --> 00:03:18.780 cop who had actually busted a 50 00:03:20.280 --> 00:03:25.640 med for like a Rishis one robbery charge m years ago and then's like 51 00:03:25.720 --> 00:03:28.780 nothing. We don't think he knew, we don't think he recognized or new. They 52 00:03:28.840 --> 00:03:32.680 think it was a coincidence which sure fine I can I can buy that, 53 00:03:34.220 --> 00:03:36.780 but their whole thing is they were claiming. You know citizens, arrest and 54 00:03:36.820 --> 00:03:40.660 self defense and they were like they even talked. They were like it's this 55 00:03:40.820 --> 00:03:44.180 one in the written house case or kind of two sides of the same coin, because 56 00:03:44.940 --> 00:03:46.920 written house was claiming self defense 57 00:03:48.080 --> 00:03:51.800 over a situation that he may or may not have made worse. The prosecution did a 58 00:03:51.820 --> 00:03:55.200 shit job of presenting their case as opposed to these guys with the 59 00:03:55.240 --> 00:03:58.760 prosteete. No, they created the situation. Here's the proof, the video 60 00:03:58.860 --> 00:04:02.960 that these dumb masses uploaded yeah showing that they started the guy was 61 00:04:03.100 --> 00:04:06.740 jogging and they pulled up in two trucks and cornered him. And so that's 62 00:04:06.840 --> 00:04:10.560 what happened yeah then. I didn't know that the one guy pulled up in the truck- 63 00:04:10.640 --> 00:04:14.300 Oh, I know it so he recorded it and I was like yeah. They they pulled up in 64 00:04:14.360 --> 00:04:18.800 like two separate trucks or some some shit and cornered the guy and yeah 65 00:04:20.640 --> 00:04:25.100 I m. As play I mean I was cold: blooded murder, oh a outland, fucking lutely 66 00:04:25.140 --> 00:04:27.380 because they were saying like you, you watch that video. It's really like 67 00:04:28.020 --> 00:04:34.300 gross to watch that you're like wow. Oh you just trying to get away and then, 68 00:04:34.520 --> 00:04:39.000 like the one dude. What pisses me off? If I remember the video it's been for 69 00:04:39.020 --> 00:04:42.800 ever since I've watched, the video is like the guy pulls the gun on him yeah 70 00:04:43.020 --> 00:04:45.960 and that doesn't he like try to reach for the gun to stop like him from like 71 00:04:46.020 --> 00:04:49.120 shoot. I can't remember the guy pulls the gun and then and then a med tries 72 00:04:49.160 --> 00:04:51.940 to fight them off yeah and then and then that's what they were claiming 73 00:04:52.000 --> 00:04:56.320 like we'll see he was. He was fighting them, so they were defasse himself when 74 00:04:56.360 --> 00:05:00.180 he pulled the trigger and they were like. No, the guy he pulled the gun on 75 00:05:00.380 --> 00:05:05.300 was defending himself. It was one of those, so I'm watching those cases with 76 00:05:05.340 --> 00:05:09.460 my with my grandparents who which keep in my like my grandparents, my Grandpa, 77 00:05:09.480 --> 00:05:15.200 especially like watches away m H. Okay, he thought these guys were guilty as 78 00:05:15.240 --> 00:05:19.820 say. That's my favorite, my favorite. I remember that a obviously work in metal 79 00:05:19.860 --> 00:05:23.440 town and one guys like don't get me wrong, like I'm more a second man but 80 00:05:23.480 --> 00:05:27.900 those mother, fucking murder, that Montrin, then the mother fuckers desert- 81 00:05:27.940 --> 00:05:31.480 and I remember he's like them. Mother fuckers deserve the death penalty, all 82 00:05:31.580 --> 00:05:36.540 three of them, like a middle o, the most conservative, like blue collar, 83 00:05:36.560 --> 00:05:39.880 like fucking trump train all day, and he like that mother fuckers deserve the 84 00:05:39.960 --> 00:05:44.360 God. Damn Don that yeast, my GRANDPA was like frial three of them. I was 85 00:05:44.380 --> 00:05:44.720 like 86 00:05:46.080 --> 00:05:49.660 you know what Grandpa you get extra dark meat this year, fucking 87 00:05:49.720 --> 00:05:54.500 Thanksgiving like he was pissed about the written house verdict what he think 88 00:05:54.740 --> 00:05:57.940 he got. He was like. The Kay was guilty and sin are you kidding me and he 89 00:05:57.980 --> 00:06:01.540 watches o a my grandpa watches, O a n and thinks Ted cruise is like the 90 00:06:01.560 --> 00:06:05.120 greatest fucking politician of all time, but even he was like a written house 91 00:06:05.140 --> 00:06:08.080 should have gone to fucking jail and all three of these bastards should fry, 92 00:06:08.140 --> 00:06:14.820 and I was like I'm confused right now. Grandma, I love you and I love watching. 93 00:06:14.840 --> 00:06:16.440 You argue with Alexa. 94 00:06:17.560 --> 00:06:21.180 I really confused why you agreeing to all of this 95 00:06:22.320 --> 00:06:26.960 yeah it's it was it was. It was a fun. It was a fun Thanksgiving because that 96 00:06:27.000 --> 00:06:29.920 was the day before Thanksgiving when the fucking verdict came down. I was 97 00:06:29.960 --> 00:06:33.960 like happy fucking Thanksgiving to me yeah. What what's one with was both of 98 00:06:34.000 --> 00:06:36.700 my mers out just for Rittenhouse written house was the week before and 99 00:06:36.720 --> 00:06:40.780 then hands guys were the day before Thanksgiving yeah, which is so fucking 100 00:06:40.840 --> 00:06:41.120 funny 101 00:06:42.840 --> 00:06:44.720 so yeah that was kind of a nice. 102 00:06:46.200 --> 00:06:52.220 A nice way to go to the holidays, yeah, I'm just glad I mean anybody, have the 103 00:06:52.240 --> 00:06:55.500 color and house sing you're like yeah. They like we talked about it before 104 00:06:55.700 --> 00:06:59.120 yeah thinke. None of those episodes of aired, but yeah you talked about it 105 00:07:00.040 --> 00:07:02.240 attack me Colisseo, fucking issues, 106 00:07:04.700 --> 00:07:07.840 but kind of agreed. It's going to get up, even though I deserved it yeah, 107 00:07:09.680 --> 00:07:13.740 but the Amadi it was like so weird, so it was like so obvious to go like wait. 108 00:07:13.760 --> 00:07:20.420 This is that trial like these guys, are hilty as a mother, Fuca joke yeah, and 109 00:07:21.220 --> 00:07:24.680 you know, but like we both said on the episodes that have not aired 110 00:07:25.900 --> 00:07:29.200 like he's. Gonna spend the rest of his life watching his a well they've 111 00:07:29.220 --> 00:07:32.180 already, the whatever the fucking university. Is there that I guess he 112 00:07:32.220 --> 00:07:36.780 was getting accepted to or whatever they've had like. All these groups on 113 00:07:36.860 --> 00:07:40.300 campus have like started a fucking petition to the university to like, 114 00:07:40.460 --> 00:07:44.660 like do not let him on this campus like it's already started. 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I was like okay cool, 138 00:09:40.740 --> 00:09:43.560 like they weren't in the Nasdaq, yet there an just there, a Canadian 139 00:09:43.620 --> 00:09:48.100 Canadian company right at the time, but I was like actually looking at their 140 00:09:48.160 --> 00:09:51.420 company. I was like this is kind of interest. I heard about Meta materials 141 00:09:51.460 --> 00:09:51.820 before so 142 00:09:52.940 --> 00:09:56.140 like there's an interview, the guy named Ken Rice and he's basically like. 143 00:09:57.340 --> 00:10:01.700 I can't I'm not at one point he's like you know the invisible cloak and Harry 144 00:10:01.760 --> 00:10:03.540 Potter yeah. It's like we can do that. 145 00:10:04.840 --> 00:10:09.960 What yeah like it's very interesting type stuff, but so like that's how he 146 00:10:10.020 --> 00:10:13.240 opens up and all that it's twenty one minute thing like it's just a good 147 00:10:13.320 --> 00:10:16.500 interview: Yeah, it's okay, 148 00:10:17.560 --> 00:10:21.220 but that's not what I watched, but I was just like looking into it that I 149 00:10:21.280 --> 00:10:25.420 realize they are going they're going to do a merger with this company a torch 150 00:10:25.460 --> 00:10:29.700 light and basically, if you bought torch and they merged, you got a 151 00:10:29.720 --> 00:10:32.840 dividend off of it and that type of stuff. So I was like fuck this company. 152 00:10:32.880 --> 00:10:37.960 I want I'll, get a bunch of torch right and then it'll become Meta and that's 153 00:10:38.020 --> 00:10:41.020 how I get met up, okay, even buying into it. So that happened. It was a 154 00:10:41.040 --> 00:10:45.080 reverse split, which means like torch, wasn't as much as Meta. So therefore, 155 00:10:45.140 --> 00:10:48.960 every two tor chairs, even one medar share, came over. I was like okay, fine 156 00:10:49.000 --> 00:10:53.400 whatever, and I did more and more research into it and it's just the 157 00:10:53.580 --> 00:10:55.480 stuff they're they're into like 158 00:10:57.620 --> 00:11:01.200 one thing: they trying to do the glue cos the glotte diabetic glue, close 159 00:11:01.240 --> 00:11:05.880 things not not a basis at all. Okay, like you know, you still get pricked 160 00:11:05.960 --> 00:11:11.440 yeah, this illiberal just scans, you and it in testor level, yeah. Oh Shit, 161 00:11:11.520 --> 00:11:12.880 no prick at all. Like 162 00:11:14.200 --> 00:11:15.220 one other cool thing 163 00:11:16.540 --> 00:11:20.520 there there's just a ton of cool stuff. I haven't read much about a lot. Lately 164 00:11:20.560 --> 00:11:25.700 is their anti fall. You know anti fog technology and that type of stuff yeah 165 00:11:25.740 --> 00:11:29.340 this video. They have a MENA material on this window. Well, if you watch the 166 00:11:29.380 --> 00:11:29.840 video 167 00:11:31.000 --> 00:11:36.580 on the they put a warm cup of tea, a gans, the glass, so what's at what 168 00:11:36.660 --> 00:11:41.140 happens fogs with the glass? Well Guess What Fox? So I didn't fog up the Mina 169 00:11:41.160 --> 00:11:46.580 material side, okay, so they're trying to get in the car industry to that and 170 00:11:46.620 --> 00:11:47.780 shields and that type of stuff 171 00:11:50.760 --> 00:11:54.120 I was pull up. The thing is actually want to talk about, so I put up I'm 172 00:11:54.180 --> 00:11:56.540 into that to the Wind Shield thing: 173 00:11:58.100 --> 00:12:03.980 no in that, but they're with a R M and like laser stuff, like pilots and stuff 174 00:12:04.020 --> 00:12:06.680 like that, so you can't like put them later. Everything like that in the 175 00:12:06.700 --> 00:12:11.100 person's eye like that glasses, not type of stuff, okay, but the big thing 176 00:12:11.180 --> 00:12:14.960 is. I have these. The lenses I have in my glasses are that blue light filter 177 00:12:15.380 --> 00:12:19.360 and then actually, when I ordered him, it came with a little blue light, laser 178 00:12:19.420 --> 00:12:24.060 pointer, jokes and I shined it on these glasses and the light didn't penetrate 179 00:12:24.100 --> 00:12:25.200 it yet didn't come through 180 00:12:26.200 --> 00:12:29.140 they're doing it for the like the green ones, the green ones. Okay, happy, you 181 00:12:29.160 --> 00:12:31.780 know, I'm Tomin, they have a haven UNO. I have I used to have one of those yeah 182 00:12:32.460 --> 00:12:37.240 that came a legal Mintaro shit depends on the state, but a lot of them want to 183 00:12:37.260 --> 00:12:40.940 so, like don't pointed airplanes, so I think thing there in the they're 184 00:12:40.980 --> 00:12:45.580 getting in the five g they've been ified you, but five g. WHAT SUCKS ABOUT 185 00:12:45.620 --> 00:12:51.280 FIVE G is? It's amazing signal right. It's amazing fast. All that down last 186 00:12:51.340 --> 00:12:55.700 beets, sure it has a problem penetrating through glass, 187 00:12:57.260 --> 00:13:00.760 really declines. The strength of the signal so 188 00:13:01.800 --> 00:13:06.100 really cool thing. What they're doing that MENA material? Has this film made 189 00:13:06.140 --> 00:13:10.620 this film actually helps enhance the signal to where you can. They can put 190 00:13:10.680 --> 00:13:14.160 it on something and it will like enhance it in there and other people on 191 00:13:14.180 --> 00:13:18.000 the street, and everything like that so, like I like so hard to like, pluck thy 192 00:13:18.060 --> 00:13:20.860 line, my windows with a yeah you'd line your windows with it, because right now, 193 00:13:20.960 --> 00:13:25.220 five G, you have to have a bunch. I mean a bunch of little towers to get 194 00:13:25.320 --> 00:13:28.960 five g right and even when the signal comes in, it's so not a strong because 195 00:13:28.980 --> 00:13:32.080 it when it goes to the glass or whatever or whoever goes through. It 196 00:13:32.160 --> 00:13:36.100 depletes a signal little bit. This enhances the signal. So no one has a 197 00:13:36.120 --> 00:13:39.340 signal in the area, but it will also like, if you're on the ground or 198 00:13:39.360 --> 00:13:43.100 whatever, like you'll, pick up. The signal to like still have a perfect 199 00:13:43.140 --> 00:13:44.520 five g like 200 00:13:45.600 --> 00:13:50.840 Japan is already talking about doing their entire country in this. Just just 201 00:13:50.860 --> 00:13:54.860 lining it with this material art they're already in touched this. This 202 00:13:54.940 --> 00:13:56.920 company over there they've had this partnership for ever and 203 00:13:58.340 --> 00:14:01.800 to company over there to line their entire country. With this for five g 204 00:14:01.880 --> 00:14:05.100 and it's going to work for six te two when over six g comes out, Jesus I'm 205 00:14:05.160 --> 00:14:08.520 still on four. So it's a kind of like one of those things you like that's a 206 00:14:08.580 --> 00:14:12.480 big one, the vice or the frost, and the Wind Shield is big one like me 207 00:14:12.500 --> 00:14:13.320 materials it just 208 00:14:15.160 --> 00:14:19.260 insane like did you watch the video? I posted no, no Ye, it's twenty one 209 00:14:19.320 --> 00:14:20.100 minutes, it's really! 210 00:14:22.320 --> 00:14:25.240 But for the medical aspect. This is the cool thing to 211 00:14:27.100 --> 00:14:30.840 you. Have the MRI, the medical imaging the early stage, breast cancer 212 00:14:30.880 --> 00:14:37.600 awareness type stuff to like they can detect press cancers earlier non Abas 213 00:14:37.640 --> 00:14:42.500 of glue, cost the biosensors everything it just it just so 214 00:14:44.120 --> 00:14:47.160 much shit that you're like what 215 00:14:48.180 --> 00:14:51.940 well ether having to kick start shit right now, especially lit right now, 216 00:14:51.980 --> 00:14:55.840 because you know they're still having that chip shortage and you they were 217 00:14:55.880 --> 00:14:59.840 talking about how Sam songs, building a plant out- and I think, Texas, to 218 00:14:59.860 --> 00:15:03.060 STARTT manufacturing the chips in country. So they can get their phones 219 00:15:03.140 --> 00:15:07.400 out. There's a lot of companies who are stepping up their game with the new 220 00:15:07.460 --> 00:15:10.560 technology stuff because they're not able to get it from overseas yeah. 221 00:15:11.700 --> 00:15:16.520 Well, HERE'S A he is! The I'm gonna send you this link to your phone yeah 222 00:15:16.600 --> 00:15:17.020 hold on 223 00:15:18.160 --> 00:15:25.500 I'm going to a message it to you. This is exactly what I'm viewing 224 00:15:26.860 --> 00:15:30.340 I gotta! You also have to watch that video yeah. It's went like I said: Fine 225 00:15:30.380 --> 00:15:30.960 Women, 226 00:15:33.720 --> 00:15:34.660 but the cool thing, 227 00:15:36.020 --> 00:15:39.620 one other cool thing. Why went I'm like all over the place today 228 00:15:41.040 --> 00:15:42.480 think parks about having a kid? I guess 229 00:15:45.040 --> 00:15:46.880 where was I you're talking about 230 00:15:48.560 --> 00:15:53.000 just they're getting into the breast cancer screening yeah? I just the Mr 231 00:15:53.380 --> 00:15:59.120 Makes MRIs faster Verkin like that less radiation on your body. Oh that's good 232 00:15:59.160 --> 00:15:59.240 yeah, 233 00:16:01.760 --> 00:16:05.440 like that he was explaining in the video who's explaining microwaves 234 00:16:06.920 --> 00:16:07.020 and 235 00:16:08.280 --> 00:16:10.340 make our way is. No microwave glass is clear 236 00:16:11.700 --> 00:16:15.880 what you mean like it's, not like a clear glass, okay, they can an see in 237 00:16:15.920 --> 00:16:18.100 there, but you know how it's like kind of has like lines: interet yeah! 238 00:16:19.200 --> 00:16:23.240 That's because they have little things in there to help keep the radiate and 239 00:16:23.340 --> 00:16:25.600 right that come out. That Shit will give you cancer, 240 00:16:26.620 --> 00:16:30.280 what their material in there there with a leading manufacturer, microwaves, 241 00:16:30.360 --> 00:16:30.460 yeah 242 00:16:31.540 --> 00:16:32.340 partner with them, 243 00:16:34.240 --> 00:16:37.720 he the the micro people, reach of them about it. 244 00:16:38.960 --> 00:16:40.920 They you put this material in there, 245 00:16:41.940 --> 00:16:46.760 it's because of material, transparent right. You can't see it and so like it 246 00:16:47.020 --> 00:16:52.340 now in that it's like so many levels higher, so it creates more okay, so, 247 00:16:52.540 --> 00:16:57.660 let's just less like can leak through or anything it's it's so hard to 248 00:16:58.120 --> 00:17:02.220 explain Holy Shit, but I I like I said I was. I was like looking into it. I 249 00:17:02.260 --> 00:17:03.300 was like fuck like 250 00:17:04.940 --> 00:17:08.319 I got to invest in this, so I have like almost eleven hundred shares really 251 00:17:08.420 --> 00:17:13.200 yeah. We I like twenty dollars worth a day right now, really just got at home 252 00:17:13.400 --> 00:17:16.680 board. I just really like the company, like they just bought. Oh Yeah. This 253 00:17:16.720 --> 00:17:21.060 was going to talk about. They said you know who air bus is yeah yeah, so they 254 00:17:21.319 --> 00:17:24.740 took their executive vice president, or Vice President 255 00:17:26.200 --> 00:17:31.280 Partnership Kwa's, her name. Actually how about my facebook? I woke up. The 256 00:17:31.320 --> 00:17:36.880 Soi saw that post that you posted about the lady. I was so excited today about 257 00:17:36.940 --> 00:17:38.520 it. I was just like what 258 00:17:40.060 --> 00:17:43.460 I see. Actually, that post is what helped me narrow down which company it 259 00:17:43.540 --> 00:17:48.240 was on. We on weeble I couldn't figure out which Meta company it was that s 260 00:17:48.260 --> 00:17:51.400 supposed to invest in so there's so many different ones. Just like a Meta 261 00:17:51.440 --> 00:17:56.020 Bank yeah, let's see she was the executive. Vice President Corporate 262 00:17:56.060 --> 00:18:00.060 Strategy and partnership, a wait hold on that's where she is now 263 00:18:01.940 --> 00:18:05.780 as a VP head of strategic partnerships and innovation, chiefs, Innovation 264 00:18:05.920 --> 00:18:11.240 Officer, deputy and Senor Director of bess development at Arbus. That's what 265 00:18:11.260 --> 00:18:15.400 she was at Arbuz and now she's moving over to Meta yeah. To do the same thing, 266 00:18:15.420 --> 00:18:15.700 I guess 267 00:18:19.360 --> 00:18:23.820 that's fucking great, because Airbus is cute year. Oh Yeah Holy Shit. 268 00:18:24.820 --> 00:18:27.980 They have ices they're working with people, Google, facebook, that type of 269 00:18:28.000 --> 00:18:29.600 stuff they have a bunch of people they're working with, 270 00:18:31.360 --> 00:18:34.060 but the crazy like. I saw that- and I was like 271 00:18:35.680 --> 00:18:41.280 Oh fuck. It duck like rug, serious like they already have like a kind of like a 272 00:18:41.340 --> 00:18:45.320 partnership with air of us in a way right. I think there's a lot of Das a 273 00:18:45.360 --> 00:18:50.140 are not allowed to discuss right now. Oh I'm sure yeah, I'm sure I've been 274 00:18:50.180 --> 00:18:52.100 newing that for like a wow and everybody's like pissed off, because 275 00:18:52.120 --> 00:18:55.600 the stocks doing so bad. The reason why the stock went from like 276 00:18:57.860 --> 00:19:01.000 it's a heavily shorted stock to which is weird, but the reason why it's 277 00:19:01.020 --> 00:19:03.820 hardly shorted also it's, because they gave it like a 278 00:19:05.280 --> 00:19:10.880 two billion dollar evaluation as a company. Okay- and it had no nothing on 279 00:19:10.920 --> 00:19:14.840 to go on yeah. There is value so like what the stock market does just like. 280 00:19:14.900 --> 00:19:18.260 Well, you have no revenue like well just short, you, like you're, not 281 00:19:18.340 --> 00:19:21.300 evaluating what you should be. I also have no debt 282 00:19:22.560 --> 00:19:26.100 as a company either so nothing nothing coming in, but nothing that necessarily 283 00:19:26.160 --> 00:19:29.800 has well now they have stuff come in, but the problem is they bought. This 284 00:19:29.840 --> 00:19:34.100 company called Nano Tech which is going to help them roll out even more of that 285 00:19:34.320 --> 00:19:38.860 film, further down the road facer yeah, but they still have no debt, so they 286 00:19:38.900 --> 00:19:42.240 don't they're on. So no no they're, not Boldino anybody, so the other one, a 287 00:19:42.260 --> 00:19:48.140 sus, there's, no doubt at all yeah and they have their putting they're picking 288 00:19:48.180 --> 00:19:53.980 these people from the like crazy, like Goo, Airbus and yeah on their team that 289 00:19:54.020 --> 00:19:56.860 you's like they have over two hundred and fifty patents. 290 00:19:57.980 --> 00:20:00.300 How many two hundred and fifty Holyi 291 00:20:01.960 --> 00:20:02.400 God? 292 00:20:03.860 --> 00:20:04.440 So it's just like? 293 00:20:05.540 --> 00:20:09.820 Why? Wouldn't I invest in that? We guys a shark tanker like fuck. It's 294 00:20:10.920 --> 00:20:15.180 people like give the Co Shit so much because they want like now m, give you 295 00:20:15.340 --> 00:20:18.800 my money now and a lot of people like all right all about the torch dividend 296 00:20:18.840 --> 00:20:21.580 like they haven't, got the torch dividend yet yeah. I don't even give a 297 00:20:21.600 --> 00:20:24.940 shit about that like ten years down the road. I want to retire from this 298 00:20:24.980 --> 00:20:26.340 company right, 299 00:20:27.600 --> 00:20:30.860 so they're going to make you that fucking retirement money when it just 300 00:20:31.240 --> 00:20:34.560 had. If you look at their the thing, are I sent you there's just so much 301 00:20:34.580 --> 00:20:35.420 stuff that you just like 302 00:20:37.300 --> 00:20:41.860 yeah. One of these has to hit like off. Not only that you got Airbus, you got 303 00:20:41.880 --> 00:20:43.660 that a person from air bus coming in you're. Like 304 00:20:45.080 --> 00:20:49.860 I mean the windshield thing alone, when she'll din the glue coasting yes like, 305 00:20:50.820 --> 00:20:54.320 Oh people are people are dying for some new and some new tech when it comes to 306 00:20:54.540 --> 00:21:04.320 to diabetes, they're dying to a four hundred like, oh, my God, and that's 307 00:21:04.340 --> 00:21:08.460 all they do. This is all they do right. This is all dexion does what up 308 00:21:19.580 --> 00:21:27.440 sthink so so rada, the MRI medical, imaging the breast cancer screener, the 309 00:21:27.500 --> 00:21:28.520 Glogoe 310 00:21:29.980 --> 00:21:30.600 Ikao. 311 00:21:31.680 --> 00:21:34.640 This thing that's plugged into the phone, the molecular bio censor, 312 00:21:37.600 --> 00:21:38.240 whatever that's for 313 00:21:40.580 --> 00:21:41.860 all right, so decks com 314 00:21:45.820 --> 00:21:48.260 is a fifty three billion dollar company 315 00:21:49.540 --> 00:21:55.340 Holy Shit. A right mark at had three billion dollars. They only deal with 316 00:21:55.420 --> 00:21:57.460 diabetes. That's all they deal with 317 00:21:58.500 --> 00:22:01.300 their stock is five hundred and forty lars a share. Oh my God, 318 00:22:03.060 --> 00:22:09.400 I don't have the money for one share, so it's kind of like if, if like they 319 00:22:09.600 --> 00:22:13.240 met, him, gets into the glue cost and on a basis type stuff like Ol. There's 320 00:22:13.900 --> 00:22:16.600 one avenue right just go and want to avenues. So it's like 321 00:22:17.840 --> 00:22:22.160 I'm interested in that in the FIG, because I ain't because, like my job, I 322 00:22:22.200 --> 00:22:27.140 Dulaf G- and I know like how shaty the signals always is like and if they can 323 00:22:27.160 --> 00:22:32.280 enhance a five g, then yeah it's cold in is also just not very many devices 324 00:22:32.320 --> 00:22:37.280 that work with big. Yet so that's yeah. That was about that. All the five g you 325 00:22:37.340 --> 00:22:43.680 see is not really fig yeah. It is forge it for glt. Okay, it's a little bit 326 00:22:43.760 --> 00:22:46.580 faster yeah. Now, if we get when you get like 327 00:22:47.580 --> 00:22:50.620 into get like five g ultra wide like a gaby to second type shit, that's when 328 00:22:50.640 --> 00:22:52.860 you're like on a this is real five g gotch, 329 00:22:54.240 --> 00:22:57.340 but all righthe have the same problem for g rolled out of there weren't any 330 00:22:57.360 --> 00:23:00.760 fucking forge devices yeah it's I mean yeah, it's just one of those things. It 331 00:23:00.780 --> 00:23:06.000 takes time yeah, you know what I mean. So no, but it's not really I'm not a 332 00:23:06.060 --> 00:23:11.080 financial advisor but but working out so far I mean I'm down money right now. 333 00:23:11.340 --> 00:23:17.500 Yeah! Are You well it's because, like it's gone from like I'm, my my by in 334 00:23:17.540 --> 00:23:20.340 rates like four dollars and fifty cents is down to three dolls and thirty three 335 00:23:20.380 --> 00:23:24.020 cents Gosho, because they haven't they're, so a new they're such a new 336 00:23:24.060 --> 00:23:27.500 company, they haven't had any type time to roll out right like 337 00:23:28.580 --> 00:23:32.340 and their last earnings. They bought Nano. They bought that Nano Company and 338 00:23:32.360 --> 00:23:33.980 the one tech an A. I can't remember 339 00:23:35.620 --> 00:23:40.320 they couldn't do their earnings and our last quarterly earnings, because it was 340 00:23:40.420 --> 00:23:44.040 too soon. Okay, so their ownings an even qualify, 341 00:23:45.180 --> 00:23:49.700 but next, but next time around it'll. Okay it'll reflect that Gotcha. So it's 342 00:23:49.780 --> 00:23:54.780 kind of like all right, no o that the devere's, the here's, a short aspect of 343 00:23:54.860 --> 00:23:56.320 in the dividend, aspect of it too. 344 00:23:57.540 --> 00:24:02.080 So the dividend is torch, torture, Meta, merged m. 345 00:24:03.180 --> 00:24:05.680 This is got kind. This is where I was like. Oh, I could double dip on this 346 00:24:05.920 --> 00:24:09.320 right, so I got the dividends I got like like three hundred and some hot 347 00:24:09.360 --> 00:24:12.580 dividends, or something like that. Three hundred and fourteen yea, three 348 00:24:12.600 --> 00:24:15.760 hundred three hundred a D, twelve, no three hundred four hundred four 349 00:24:15.800 --> 00:24:20.320 dividends. So what happens is once they sell all the land because there's a 350 00:24:20.340 --> 00:24:26.140 bunch of oil right that all gets split up and they think the average each 351 00:24:26.180 --> 00:24:30.140 person is going to get between twenty six dollars to forty eight dollars, a 352 00:24:30.160 --> 00:24:30.660 dividend 353 00:24:31.660 --> 00:24:33.560 per dividend: Yeah, Oh Shit! 354 00:24:35.000 --> 00:24:39.040 So I'm like Oh cool and if they don't sell the lambs, I think it's. I think 355 00:24:39.060 --> 00:24:40.860 it's personally sold they're just waiting. 356 00:24:42.740 --> 00:24:44.360 So here's a wile part 357 00:24:45.480 --> 00:24:50.320 torch. Here's an I was, I still like played short squeezes, tortures, 358 00:24:50.380 --> 00:24:51.320 heavily shorted. 359 00:24:52.980 --> 00:24:56.760 How evil are you like heavily shorted before they emerge? He's like six 360 00:24:56.780 --> 00:25:00.320 hundred? The stock itself was only like a dollar two dollars yeah, but d. You 361 00:25:00.400 --> 00:25:04.100 had to pay six hundred percent. To Short, it, Oh shit, so is costing 362 00:25:04.140 --> 00:25:09.920 people like six hundred dollars yeah so like I'm, like company alike, right 363 00:25:10.460 --> 00:25:15.060 merging with coming there, shorted, which I, like short, short right right 364 00:25:15.180 --> 00:25:18.400 and I get a dividend. So what happens is on the dividend right like as soon 365 00:25:18.440 --> 00:25:22.540 as they merged like that information goes away and you no longer short torch 366 00:25:22.760 --> 00:25:27.480 goes over the Meta, but the all those tortures are still shorted right. So 367 00:25:27.540 --> 00:25:28.640 when the dividend comes out 368 00:25:30.120 --> 00:25:33.300 two routes ago, if dividend comes out a 369 00:25:34.940 --> 00:25:38.060 like, they have to continuing by the dividend, which makes it different t go 370 00:25:38.120 --> 00:25:42.580 up even higher and higher and higher yeah or B. What happens? is they spin 371 00:25:42.620 --> 00:25:46.600 it off to like another stock which causes the dividend, go higher higher 372 00:25:46.640 --> 00:25:50.040 and higher and higher and met it to go higher higher higher, whichever route 373 00:25:50.060 --> 00:25:52.840 they want to go? So I'm like this is a win win for me. It's just a matter of 374 00:25:52.920 --> 00:25:54.220 time. No Shit yeah 375 00:25:56.200 --> 00:25:57.180 she script. 376 00:25:59.140 --> 00:26:03.260 So it's so much! It's so much! It's a lot of information, but if you look at 377 00:26:03.360 --> 00:26:04.820 medamot rials, it's like 378 00:26:06.700 --> 00:26:09.320 I'm really cool about the five g in the glucos. That's what I love the most 379 00:26:09.740 --> 00:26:15.420 yeah, the the frosting. The the fog game would be awesome her with Airbus 380 00:26:15.840 --> 00:26:18.960 Yeah and then the arthen they were talking about, like the Ar with was 381 00:26:19.000 --> 00:26:23.340 looking at the Ar with the it like your glasses, o Lens, as 382 00:26:24.420 --> 00:26:27.980 that's so cool they're just so there. The first time, there's never been a 383 00:26:28.020 --> 00:26:29.180 company like this M, 384 00:26:30.360 --> 00:26:35.740 so it's kind of like I compare getting in the test before Kesselborn. That's 385 00:26:35.760 --> 00:26:39.780 why I compared it to that's. That's a good comparison yeah because everybody 386 00:26:39.840 --> 00:26:43.940 started getting into Tesla after it was already a thing, yeah. Well, here's a 387 00:26:43.980 --> 00:26:49.340 thing. Tessa, eight years ago, five dollars a stock yeah now almost eleven 388 00:26:49.380 --> 00:26:49.940 hundred yeah 389 00:26:51.440 --> 00:26:54.520 and he's just selling shit off right now that you sold off another billion 390 00:26:54.580 --> 00:26:58.240 dollars worth of stock the other day yeah, so it's kind of like yeah. Of 391 00:26:58.260 --> 00:27:01.260 course I want to invest in this company it because, honestly, a Fiji is the 392 00:27:01.320 --> 00:27:06.040 future medical imaging all that stuff there. They always try to find less 393 00:27:06.100 --> 00:27:10.640 evasive ways to do that type of stuff yeah. Well, especially since ovid I 394 00:27:10.660 --> 00:27:12.280 mean Ariston's coved, now they've got those 395 00:27:13.480 --> 00:27:16.400 thermometers, a checker temperature. They just pointed at they point it at 396 00:27:16.500 --> 00:27:18.580 your forehead and know what your temperature. He also work on. Something 397 00:27:18.600 --> 00:27:24.440 like that too yeah less at the text, early covient, er early to cover 398 00:27:24.500 --> 00:27:27.720 detection. I don't know something about the material that causes it to detect 399 00:27:27.760 --> 00:27:31.520 certain things in the body better like and faster. That you're, like I said, 400 00:27:31.580 --> 00:27:35.140 watch I I I'll watch the video again with. If you want to ave just, but it's 401 00:27:35.180 --> 00:27:37.680 just like Yeah Huh I'll, be damned nice. 402 00:27:40.220 --> 00:27:43.820 There are lots of ways you can help support what we do here at the basement 403 00:27:43.860 --> 00:27:47.680 lounge, and it's really easy to figure out how you can just head over it. 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It is not funny at all it's 413 00:28:35.020 --> 00:28:35.660 the jokes. Are 414 00:28:36.820 --> 00:28:39.500 I don't know if they did this again? I don't know if it was any of this was on 415 00:28:39.620 --> 00:28:43.800 purpose. I really don't know because you know, because they did this. One on 416 00:28:43.900 --> 00:28:47.380 paramount plus, even though all the rest of the south parks on Hbo Mat Yeah, 417 00:28:47.700 --> 00:28:51.620 which is weird but the whole episode like is it takes place in the year like 418 00:28:51.640 --> 00:28:56.020 T, O thousand and thirty something or whatever everything has either a plus 419 00:28:56.040 --> 00:29:02.180 or a Max after its name like starbucks is now starbucks plus t TJ Max is TJ 420 00:29:02.240 --> 00:29:07.760 Max plus B. You know the the World Health Organization, s who Max 421 00:29:07.820 --> 00:29:10.140 everything. So it's like they're, making fun of the fact that, like 422 00:29:10.180 --> 00:29:14.140 there's all these fucking streaming services now M, a lot of the jokes are 423 00:29:14.220 --> 00:29:19.960 really obvious and you see them coming a mile away M, but I, but also a lot of 424 00:29:20.060 --> 00:29:24.880 what they talk about, is because Jimmy Jimmy is now this late night talk show 425 00:29:24.920 --> 00:29:29.080 host, you know the comedian a want, and all of his stand up is, like you know, 426 00:29:29.700 --> 00:29:37.200 Super PC, super clean super, like no real, jokes, just being motivational 427 00:29:37.240 --> 00:29:41.840 and positive, been calling it comedy and kind of an underlying bit is how 428 00:29:41.860 --> 00:29:45.720 hard it is to do comedy in the year two thousand and thirty five. So I don't 429 00:29:45.760 --> 00:29:49.800 know if the they're smart enough to do that. That's what I'm saying I I don't 430 00:29:49.860 --> 00:29:54.940 know if any of this, like the fact that it was super, predictable and really 431 00:29:55.060 --> 00:30:01.340 not funny was on purpose or not, probably was there's there's there's 432 00:30:01.500 --> 00:30:04.260 now I will say it ends of the huge cliff hangers there's going to be a 433 00:30:04.320 --> 00:30:04.860 part too, 434 00:30:06.340 --> 00:30:11.060 and it does like you know, tie into the other specials they have done like the 435 00:30:11.180 --> 00:30:12.860 actual pandemic special and all that 436 00:30:14.240 --> 00:30:17.820 there's one joke. That's that's really fucking funny. I don't want to spoil it, 437 00:30:17.960 --> 00:30:18.060 but 438 00:30:19.680 --> 00:30:23.180 but the whole thing is just like: it's super met a super self aware. 439 00:30:24.320 --> 00:30:28.160 So that's where I'm like. Okay, I'm glad I didn't spend money to watch this, 440 00:30:30.020 --> 00:30:30.300 but 441 00:30:31.460 --> 00:30:36.480 I just I don't know if it's just a miss or if it's an intentional, miss they're 442 00:30:36.520 --> 00:30:39.540 smart enough to make it intentional. I think they are so that's why it's kind 443 00:30:39.580 --> 00:30:42.380 of what I'm leaning towards and I'm going to watch part fucking to 444 00:30:44.340 --> 00:30:46.020 is when it's really south part on miss 445 00:30:47.120 --> 00:30:50.320 exactly yeah, even when they miss it's still funnier than 446 00:30:51.740 --> 00:30:54.820 most other shit yeah. So so we'll see, 447 00:30:56.960 --> 00:31:01.060 but it was, it was yeah it was. It was interesting to watch because again, 448 00:31:01.260 --> 00:31:04.040 like you can kind of see me see most of it coming, 449 00:31:05.040 --> 00:31:09.980 but it was still kind of neat to see on screen, especially the thing that I 450 00:31:10.100 --> 00:31:13.880 love involves carman and it's just fantastic what they do with him, 451 00:31:16.200 --> 00:31:17.000 but yeah, it's 452 00:31:18.680 --> 00:31:22.760 it is kind of, and it's been, it's actually been weighing. I will say, and 453 00:31:22.880 --> 00:31:26.620 I think they were kind of trying to make it a bit more pervasive because, 454 00:31:26.700 --> 00:31:31.120 like I've been thinking about it, a lot specifically the whole, like you, O 455 00:31:31.140 --> 00:31:34.740 toand and thirty five, it's impossible to do comedy anymore. That's been 456 00:31:34.800 --> 00:31:38.740 waning on me, a lot in the last couple of years and we've talked about it on 457 00:31:38.800 --> 00:31:40.220 here before, but it's it's one of those 458 00:31:42.280 --> 00:31:46.640 ideas of like yeah like where is where is this fucking heading yeah? Now it 459 00:31:47.100 --> 00:31:49.400 great yeah, because I was saying about the other a I was like you know we 460 00:31:49.440 --> 00:31:51.560 can't say retarded right, yeah, 461 00:31:53.540 --> 00:31:58.940 your might give it. Ten year, you can't say autistic yeah at some point like 462 00:31:59.860 --> 00:32:02.900 see, I'm saying yea. No, it's a slippery slope 463 00:32:03.960 --> 00:32:09.160 fallacy, but it's a it's there's a lot of evidence backing it like it. An you 464 00:32:09.180 --> 00:32:11.920 know when I was teaching when I was teaching you know when I were a talk 465 00:32:11.960 --> 00:32:15.220 about logical fallacies. There was always the idea of making an argument 466 00:32:15.360 --> 00:32:19.320 valid and sound, and it's like at what point. Does a fallacy become so 467 00:32:19.360 --> 00:32:23.980 pervasive that it becomes a valid, sound argument? You know, and- and this 468 00:32:24.080 --> 00:32:28.900 is one of those it's like- we because we've watched it happen on a national 469 00:32:28.940 --> 00:32:30.340 and international level. As 470 00:32:31.600 --> 00:32:34.360 now do I agree that there are certain things that shouldn't be said anymore. 471 00:32:34.500 --> 00:32:34.680 I mean 472 00:32:35.860 --> 00:32:40.300 sure I'm not a big fan of the t. The Gay F word personally, 473 00:32:41.940 --> 00:32:45.180 but that's more of a personal thing than I think I I don't think it's one 474 00:32:45.260 --> 00:32:49.500 that should be Usit, which is actually I'm reatchin south park on H, b Max and 475 00:32:49.560 --> 00:32:54.640 it's crazy to see because in those first half of the series run they use 476 00:32:54.720 --> 00:32:57.220 that word. Oh, a ton T 477 00:32:58.220 --> 00:33:01.200 I just watched the shit episode and they actually make a whole comment 478 00:33:01.240 --> 00:33:04.920 about how well this character's gay, so they're allowed to say it. But you when 479 00:33:04.940 --> 00:33:08.520 you say it, you get bleeped and then Jimbo says that a Jimbo didn't get 480 00:33:08.600 --> 00:33:13.140 Blake, Hima secretly be gay, and but, as you get into the later seasons, they 481 00:33:13.300 --> 00:33:15.240 stop using that word altogether. 482 00:33:18.340 --> 00:33:18.740 It's 483 00:33:20.740 --> 00:33:23.200 yeah it's! I was going somewhere with this, 484 00:33:24.380 --> 00:33:28.320 but yeah it Tsarland it back to the to the retarded autistic thing. It's like 485 00:33:28.340 --> 00:33:32.780 yeah! It's at some point. Where do you draw the line? And I know the answer to 486 00:33:32.800 --> 00:33:37.320 that? Is Somewhere and I'm like yeah, I know, but it seems like every five to 487 00:33:37.380 --> 00:33:39.000 ten years the line gets moved 488 00:33:40.620 --> 00:33:42.420 and that's why I do the comedy. I do yeah 489 00:33:43.500 --> 00:33:46.560 exactly, I don't say any hates beech, but I just like doing stuff that you're 490 00:33:46.600 --> 00:33:50.760 not allowed to talk about yeah like it's just fun. That's what I've been, 491 00:33:51.020 --> 00:33:56.900 because that's what I've been trying to work on is, I think, the last couple of 492 00:33:56.940 --> 00:34:01.120 years I've played it a little too safe, like I don't I'm like. I'm not clean, 493 00:34:02.040 --> 00:34:06.120 but I tend to keep shit pretty like kind of cookie cutter, like you know, 494 00:34:06.260 --> 00:34:09.960 to describe myself, lay to scribes a a little predictable of time, so I'm 495 00:34:09.980 --> 00:34:13.880 trying to gain to get out of that red a little bit, I'm still not nearly on the 496 00:34:13.920 --> 00:34:16.620 level. As you are. That's a level of fearlessness that I do not fucking 497 00:34:16.679 --> 00:34:20.679 possess. I don't care you just don't give a fuck. Now I give a little too 498 00:34:20.719 --> 00:34:22.400 much of a fuck. It's probably hurt my career. 499 00:34:24.100 --> 00:34:27.560 Some people won't book me, which is no sure I mean I've been told. I won't be 500 00:34:27.580 --> 00:34:30.300 booked in some place. Just because when I talk about I'm cool with that, like I 501 00:34:30.500 --> 00:34:33.560 respect your decision, you know we respect your decision, but that I 502 00:34:33.860 --> 00:34:37.380 people always remember my shit yeah because they're like well. I never 503 00:34:37.679 --> 00:34:41.940 expected somebody to ever tell that one also with the way the Internet is 504 00:34:41.960 --> 00:34:45.000 nowadays there's so many different avenues. You can take comedy down these 505 00:34:45.040 --> 00:34:48.760 days. I was watching the tick talker. It's not coming! Traveling Comedian, 506 00:34:48.800 --> 00:34:50.540 I'm like how are you traveling comedian, 507 00:34:51.679 --> 00:34:54.360 there's a bunch of them like that, like they're, make on tick tock and then 508 00:34:54.380 --> 00:34:58.480 they're like I've got. I've got tour dates set up in fucking in Vegas and Er. 509 00:34:58.520 --> 00:35:03.480 I'm like I've, seenyour stand up, your tick tacks are funnier dad like I might 510 00:35:03.520 --> 00:35:04.120 sit there and Mike, 511 00:35:05.460 --> 00:35:08.980 but there's a lot of them who have who, like were Comedians, that 512 00:35:10.120 --> 00:35:13.040 weren't were struggling, so they got big on tick, Tock and they're, using 513 00:35:13.060 --> 00:35:17.420 their tick tack to Spring Board the Comedy Yeah, which I mean whatever do 514 00:35:17.520 --> 00:35:21.680 you whatever works? I guess, but it also kind of me going like. Is that the 515 00:35:21.720 --> 00:35:25.220 avenue I have to go down now, like I don't have a twitter or a tick tack 516 00:35:25.260 --> 00:35:28.660 presence? Am I not going to make it as a comedian? Now yeah an it's a good 517 00:35:28.700 --> 00:35:33.380 point. I started doing the videos on reels because I just really hate tick. 518 00:35:33.420 --> 00:35:34.700 Tock, that's fair! 519 00:35:36.340 --> 00:35:37.360 I've gotten some, 520 00:35:38.780 --> 00:35:44.200 but it has nothing to do with my comedy. That's why I'm like M Yeah! Now I my 521 00:35:45.200 --> 00:35:48.320 the biggest videos I have on tick tock. You know that have hitten millions of 522 00:35:48.420 --> 00:35:53.700 views randomly have nothing to do with me doing stand up. One of them is just 523 00:35:53.880 --> 00:35:58.380 me, shitting on headphones on expensive, headphones that that's. It has like 524 00:35:58.440 --> 00:36:02.320 over a million views. My one's got like five hundred kits, basically about me 525 00:36:02.380 --> 00:36:03.280 doing cocaine, 526 00:36:05.400 --> 00:36:09.540 which so here's the bullshit. I want to talk about that okay, so this video 527 00:36:10.340 --> 00:36:10.860 hold on 528 00:36:12.280 --> 00:36:17.060 four hundred and eighty six sand views right. So Scott nine point four 529 00:36:17.140 --> 00:36:22.780 thousand shares okay in like twenty seven thousand likes, but not even a 530 00:36:22.860 --> 00:36:28.180 million views. THAT'S WEIRD! Isn't that weird, that's fucking, weird 531 00:36:30.380 --> 00:36:30.740 right. 532 00:36:31.740 --> 00:36:34.520 How does something have like that? Many shares, 533 00:36:35.780 --> 00:36:40.060 but like what this video's got like two point? Seven thousand shares right well 534 00:36:40.240 --> 00:36:45.400 also shares shares can also come from like people the way I understand tick, 535 00:36:45.460 --> 00:36:48.760 dock, which is not very well the way I not take taxis on facebook s on face 536 00:36:48.800 --> 00:36:50.900 yeah. You know how the facebooks got. Those like 537 00:36:52.120 --> 00:36:55.480 one, video, like you could start like shows you like random, like videos like 538 00:36:55.620 --> 00:37:03.900 Jo yeah, so this this video right yeah eighteen thousand likes two point. 539 00:37:03.960 --> 00:37:07.280 Seven thousand shares six point: Nine million views 540 00:37:08.460 --> 00:37:12.780 what the fuck yeah that doesn't make it my I might sit there. I'm like 541 00:37:13.880 --> 00:37:17.520 this makes no sense to me that yeah I 542 00:37:18.800 --> 00:37:23.020 as okay, so check that Oi that video, my video is got like the sounds all 543 00:37:23.060 --> 00:37:27.360 really conceited and I'm sorry so it's like not like, I said almost tenser- 544 00:37:27.400 --> 00:37:31.660 shares right, nine point, whatever thousand shares Scott Four hundred and 545 00:37:31.760 --> 00:37:35.220 eighty six thousand use. So I have another video. That's got five hundred 546 00:37:35.260 --> 00:37:36.860 and sixty thousand views yeah. 547 00:37:38.660 --> 00:37:39.860 Five hundred twenty eight shares. 548 00:37:42.040 --> 00:37:42.400 Okay, 549 00:37:43.680 --> 00:37:46.320 one point: Six thousand likes: I doesn't make sense, I 550 00:37:47.500 --> 00:37:52.660 I don't know moes that make any sans like any fucking sense. It makes it 551 00:37:52.720 --> 00:37:56.360 bout as much sense as how tiktok's Algorithm fucking work, which is not no. 552 00:37:56.620 --> 00:38:01.260 You cannot tell me at this point that there's any kind of rhymer reason to 553 00:38:01.500 --> 00:38:04.820 what you see. I am telling you that tick tock is one hundred percent random. 554 00:38:05.800 --> 00:38:07.800 It was you right, he not convince me. Otherwise, 555 00:38:09.480 --> 00:38:13.040 I don't, I don't understand any of the Algerian. Not You cannot convince me 556 00:38:13.060 --> 00:38:15.900 otherwise, there's! No. There is no possible way that you can convince me 557 00:38:15.920 --> 00:38:19.960 otherwise I've a feeling, my page, I'm on a band right now, shadow they're, 558 00:38:20.000 --> 00:38:23.740 not that much stuff. That's a lot of people at the thing is. Is You know 559 00:38:24.220 --> 00:38:29.520 like I'll I'll give you an example like I post clips of like me doing stand up 560 00:38:29.560 --> 00:38:34.380 or of the podcast or just other original content on there I'll be lucky 561 00:38:34.400 --> 00:38:40.020 if it gets a hundred views M I'll. Do a video of me do wedding someone else's 562 00:38:40.080 --> 00:38:43.560 video watching and laughing at it fucking five thousand overnight? Well, 563 00:38:43.600 --> 00:38:48.400 he you're somethin wild. So like I was getting like like a hundred or two 564 00:38:48.440 --> 00:38:51.320 hundred shares like on my tweets. Whenever just my stupid tweets, I do 565 00:38:51.700 --> 00:38:55.500 like the names of my page, like maybe like four or five hundred likes 566 00:38:55.540 --> 00:38:59.560 whatever I like, that's normal. So I do the Kyle. Were it house a couple cowrin 567 00:38:59.580 --> 00:39:02.740 house ones yeah immediately like after that it was just like. Oh Dude, that's 568 00:39:02.780 --> 00:39:07.280 been the thing since tick tock started. Is you start you? Your video happen 569 00:39:07.320 --> 00:39:11.580 just happens to be about something they're, not diving with, but they 570 00:39:11.660 --> 00:39:15.820 can't flag. Your video, for suddenly your Shit just starts just stop showing 571 00:39:15.860 --> 00:39:20.220 up in people's feets yeah. That has been a thing for ever, so I'm trying to 572 00:39:20.260 --> 00:39:23.140 figure how to get out of it. I have no idea how to get out of it. Like I had a 573 00:39:23.360 --> 00:39:28.580 one like yesterday, I did like Tuesdays feel, like Mondays, but with a mullet 574 00:39:28.880 --> 00:39:33.400 like something stupid, but it had like thirty shares like immediately, but 575 00:39:33.540 --> 00:39:35.920 only like seven likes. I was like that's weird 576 00:39:37.060 --> 00:39:40.660 yeah and, like I post, I was like, I think, facebooks not wanting to see him 577 00:39:40.700 --> 00:39:45.100 my stuff at all. They mean like I have like for thirty four thousand pick 578 00:39:45.120 --> 00:39:48.800 people not follow me and it only went up to like an hour. Only seven hundred 579 00:39:48.840 --> 00:39:52.260 people saw it after I got shared thirty times, yeah, that's higher than that 580 00:39:52.380 --> 00:39:55.800 now, because it got more and more about like this doesn't make sense. That's my 581 00:39:55.820 --> 00:39:58.240 that's where I'm sture with Tick Tock, because I have over five thousand 582 00:39:58.280 --> 00:40:02.080 followers on tick. Tock yea I videeos barely get a hundred years, so I'm like 583 00:40:02.100 --> 00:40:05.360 that, doesn't make any sucking sense. Now we hope you enjoy this week's 584 00:40:05.400 --> 00:40:08.920 episode of the Basement Lounge, if you guys want to know more about the show 585 00:40:08.960 --> 00:40:12.600 or get more involved in any way, shape or form hand on over to our website. 586 00:40:12.800 --> 00:40:19.280 Tbl pod dot net, that's T B, l, P, O d dot Net leave us a rating and review on 587 00:40:19.300 --> 00:40:22.780 the reviews, page and cook the little blue microphone to send us a voice 588 00:40:22.800 --> 00:40:25.680 message. Let us know what you thought of today show and share your thoughts 589 00:40:25.700 --> 00:40:29.060 on what we talked about. 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