Head Above Hypocrisy's Hot Topics

Will Olympic For Food

February 21, 2022 William Jeffery / Marcus Burnette Season 6 Episode 13
Head Above Hypocrisy's Hot Topics
Will Olympic For Food
Show Notes Transcript

How much money do Olympic Athletes make vs. my bank account? Let's talk about it. 

Marcus:

Battle 50 cent 100 cents of battle 50 cent not that makes sense. I'm glad that made it to air and recording. So okay, yeah. Let's talk about more financial things since we're talking about money right now.

William Jeffery:

50 has a lot more than 50 cents I've heard. I think he might have a few cents.

Marcus:

Yeah, no, I'm actually glad that my headphones are kind of broke right now. So hey, man,

William Jeffery:

I because the 50 sins bank account, it is depressing.

Marcus:

Speaking of bank accounts, I heard that it was a California man recently. He deposited $33,000 check into a Bank of America account. never sees it again. Why he lives in Connecticut. I just said California.

William Jeffery:

Right. Why is he banking in California? He lives in Connecticut. What happened?

Marcus:

Here's a California man. He had a $33,000 Check.

William Jeffery:

He got it from 50.

Marcus:

I'm glad you're tickling yourself. Can you just introduce yourself?

William Jeffery:

Oh, my name is Wil. And I guess this is 50 cent. And today we're doing taxes.

Marcus:

In this tax season. I was going to talk about the man that don't put his deposit his check. And his check disappeared. Oh, I

William Jeffery:

forgot to endorse it. That happened to me once.

Marcus:

I'm Marcus and I am highly frustrated. I'm gonna try to get our captain of the show up to speed on this whole

William Jeffery:

thing. On the bank account, the bank account is always empty. Right? I remember his microphones are expensive. What?

Marcus:

What was that analogy gave me about the bank accounts, how they work. They don't

William Jeffery:

they're out of out of surface something about halfway houses or something like that? That's a checking account. Oh, halfway house for money. didn't stay there. Gotcha. It's, it's there very temporarily, to let you know that you're employed, and it also gives the bank's grounds for overdraft fee since you're never positive, then you couldn't continue to overdraft. So you got to get that paycheck. So you can get them overdraft fees.

Marcus:

That oddly somehow makes sense. I think part of Willa nomics, can you go ahead and educate me more on this Willa nomics during the break for the intro? I can better understand the story.

William Jeffery:

I'm actually I'm gonna just go make sure that Reaganomics is not copy written since we're still dealing with those effects. But yeah, sure, I'll go and do some research if I can afford to. Because you know, net neutrality. Internet still costs a lot in the bank account alright. So it's, it would seem that net neutrality is not a thing. And I still had to pay for the

Marcus:

it's a thing from the internet, but like,

William Jeffery:

my bill is far from neutral.

Marcus:

The cost of the internet

William Jeffery:

with an I don't care about anymore. Okay, well, you can get my internet from Target. They have everyday low prices.

Marcus:

I really hope you get this hardware sponsorship. So hey, you may be interested in the story. There was a man in Oakland, and he basically did Oakland, Oakland, California.

William Jeffery:

They have banks up there. I thought they closed on me. Yeah. When Oakland like baby Detroit, right. That's what I was thinking. I would have definitely just a bunch of angry black people and abandoned buildings. Well, Brian

Marcus:

Leonard, who I assume is probably black. He basically deposit his $33,000 Check into make of America and the bank Walston.

William Jeffery:

This happened in Oakland Yes. So first you want me to believe that not only do they have banks in Oakland, but they have Bank of America which is like a chain of banks? I don't think I don't even think they have a Starbucks in Oakland let alone a Bank of America this screams credit card fraud

Marcus:

it's funny that you said the bank probably doesn't exist because after he deposited the check the bank the branch that location shortly closed.

William Jeffery:

I'm sure he probably been deposited on Instagram Live and they deleted their account and check was gone. That's That's why you should not bank via the internet.

Marcus:

So you wouldn't you wouldn't be upset. It's his fault.

William Jeffery:

For doing bad credit card fraud. Yeah, you should be a better criminal. No, he's next time cash your check with Danny Ocean. Bank of Oakland. He

Marcus:

deposited his check into his account that didn't exist

William Jeffery:

in the first place because he was in Oakland and thought he was at Bank of America. That's effectively an oxymoron.

Marcus:

I don't understand why I don't Okay, so you just you just assuming that this guy was the criminal. He literally worked hard.

William Jeffery:

No, it wasn't a criminal. Because he was unsuccessful. He's just uninspiring criminal. He tried. And they're like, Sorry, buddy. We don't have banks here. Scam something that doesn't exist.

Marcus:

There's no follow up on that at the moment, however, yeah, he he's, he's out of 33,000.

William Jeffery:

Yeah, I mean, well, they never had it in the first place. You know, it's like when you lose access to the bitcoin wallet that you never set up in the first place.

Marcus:

Okay, well, how about never having it in the first place? Did you hear about the story? How the in Tempe, Arizona, there is

William Jeffery:

a another place that we could do without? There is there's so many extra states, we only need like 30 of them. I don't understand how he got to 52 Even though I mean, there was somebody has to grow the food. We can't get rid of all of the middle heroes food. Yeah, but we also make all the money and have the internet. We can't I don't want to have to multitask.

Marcus:

Wow, wow. Are you spot on? Okay. Yes. So, speaking of the internet, our internet's actually slower than most states. It's faster, right?

William Jeffery:

Because we have to power it for the entire country.

Marcus:

I don't think that's how it works. Anywho in Arizona, there is a Home Depot employee who got recently got arrested and is being investigated for

William Jeffery:

living in Arizona. Yeah, he shouldn't do it for judging

Marcus:

the Home Depot out of $387,000.

William Jeffery:

Oh, then he took it to Oakland and tried to cash it in the make believe bank. I understand close

Marcus:

enough. He actually during the check deposits when you're counting the money and preparing it for I guess the armored guards that comes up and gets the cash. He was putting counterfeit money in it.

William Jeffery:

Oh, I got those Asscher bucks.

Marcus:

He's been doing it since January 2018.

William Jeffery:

Put your face on your fake money and not expecting it caught. So

Marcus:

my question is, I don't support this or condone it you made you do on your show. However, when do you stop?

William Jeffery:

When do you stop? Three 300? Did he get caught the first time?

Marcus:

No, no, no, he's been doing it since 2018. Because they they've noticed drives

William Jeffery:

the money to Oakland. Oakland has nothing to do with this. A separate make believe bank accounts in Arizona. It's a real bank account this Oh, they do have banks in Arizona. That's true. It's they're on the verge of becoming Detroit but not

Marcus:

in depot. It's a business the business thing. So it's not regular people. Okay. Right. Instead of giving the money to the actual bank, he you know, he was go ahead and just pocket most of it. So my question to you he was giving them empty bags, he's giving him bags full of counterfeit money. Monopoly money if you

William Jeffery:

wait, that doesn't make any sense. How does it not make sense? There's so if the bank was real, which it is, but can't be because there's no way a real bank would accept years worth of counterfeit deposits?

Marcus:

Well, they kept telling them that there is they were losing money on the deposit. Like they would let them know, Hey, your deposit wasn't this much. It was a lot of money being counterfeit. And I guess they just assumed that there was someone in the store, you know, a customer using counterfeit bills to make these purchases how they got to 380, almost half a million dollars. I'm not exactly sure. This sounds

William Jeffery:

like an eight year olds lie. I don't believe it at all. Someone needs to investigate, do some research. I don't think anybody investigated. So clearly, like the story went from the person who stole the money directly to the reporter. And no one has fact checked it, because it doesn't make any sense

Marcus:

at all. My original question is, where do you stop? Like 100,000

William Jeffery:

HR should have stopped it. They need to hire people, they can read and count to work at the bank so that they can determine the counterfeits from the real money.

Marcus:

I feel that I mean, as far as the employee that was counterfeiting the money, where do you stop? Like, I feel like greed. A lot of people get caught up because of greed. When do you stop? You get away with a few things certain times? When do you stop?

William Jeffery:

I don't know depends on the criminal, every criminal have a goal, or their state should was there. This guy his goal, I guess was to get caught because he made up this horrible story about counterfeit money and bank didn't know where to pause. It's just $50,000 short, that's normal. It's fine. That doesn't make sense. Now they got a fact check these things you can't interview the criminal without talking to the police.

Marcus:

Well, agents from the Secret Service office in Phoenix arrested this man.

William Jeffery:

Nobody talked to them. They just let him arrest him. They see if an interview they seized $5,000

Marcus:

In counterfeit money from it. And they recovered $5,300 in genuine currency.

William Jeffery:

Nothing in this story makes any sense. So he got caught for 33,000. They found five.

Marcus:

I mean, well. He was caught up on he's being charged for 387,000

William Jeffery:

based on $5,000 worth of proof if he gets if he uses his other $295,000 to hire an attorney. He'll be out by lunch is a horrible idea. Unless somebody actually, you know, investigate and find out what really happened, but if they run this, we didn't know the money wasn't counterfeit, or we assumed Home Depot was going to investigate or whatever, foolishness. There's no way they can convict him because it doesn't make any sense.

Marcus:

So you just feel like it's not him. It could have been anyone else, counterfeiting the money or something

William Jeffery:

like that. I'm not even convinced there's counterfeit, I think Did they just might have some? I don't what is it a numeric? How? What is it? If like, if you can't read, you're illiterate. I don't know what it is. If you can't count, I get such bad at math. But a numeric we're gonna go with. It's your show, you can make a mathematically illiterate. How about that? Oh, I like that. That wordy apparently, who? They've got counting the money at the bank? It's strong. Awesome. So yeah, I think I think we should check back once they've actually done their due diligence and someone with a I don't know, seventh grade reading level has looked into the case.

Marcus:

You've worked retail before. You've never dealt with people providing counterfeit money.

William Jeffery:

Yeah, like I've got a counterfeit 20 ones for a smoothie and just handed back and you don't find out it's counterfeit until after they're gone. Well, usually, well.

Marcus:

Counterfeit, like saying, Wow, gee, we trust

William Jeffery:

I've never personally taken a counterfeit bill. They just, you know, you got a job before they tape them up in the back and say like, if the bill has Mickey Mouse in the center, please don't put it in the register and or, you know, exchange services.

Marcus:

We definitely don't accept Disney bucks.

William Jeffery:

So you know, it just it's would you've never like working retail and or food service. There's not enough, there's not enough high value out items for large amounts of counterfeit bills to run through the business. Like you get one off. And then it goes on the wall of shame. And then you get 47 Counterfeit markers that are all dry and don't work. And then we pretend you know, mark on the 20 and hope that

Marcus:

his room some people use those little machines that you know, scan. Yeah. And

William Jeffery:

then the bulb goes out after a week and a half. And that also doesn't work. And it's all for sure. But it's like most of the laws. It's just we you enforce them when it's convenient and hope that people follow on. And in general they do. The laws are those people laws are for people that break them, and they just find new ways to break them. They really just inconvenience the regular citizen with that speed limit most. I mean, we live in Los Angeles that's really just a suggestion. We don't have real speed limit. Have you been on before? Oh, yeah. If there's not traffic the police get angry if you're not doing at

Marcus:

I have seen like the police at like 95 I thought I was getting

William Jeffery:

pulled over and they just zoomed past me and like look gave me the side eye like, Are you a tourist? What? What is wrong with your accelerator? I need you to go faster. Put your hazards on if your car's broken, otherwise, not

Marcus:

on my way to 65 Well, I mean, they, you know, they got emergencies.

William Jeffery:

Yeah, yeah, you want to be first in line at Dunkin? I understand.

Marcus:

Wow, um, I thought they'd be more of a Krispy Kreme person themselves. So you can have food. We don't have a lot of those in the valley. Speaking of food and other things. It beans people don't care about. Did you hear about the Winter Olympic

William Jeffery:

release? What? Winter Olympics

Marcus:

I tend to kind of care about.

William Jeffery:

Now. I don't I don't care about them. So try to avoid them at all.

Marcus:

That's fine. I tried to do it while I was here. So yeah, Winter Olympics.

William Jeffery:

Yeah. I don't think those are a thing. Yeah, I

Marcus:

don't think so. either. I don't even know. A couple episodes ago, or a few episodes ago I spoke about well, actually

William Jeffery:

Winter Olympics. Wow. That was hard. It's a Winter Olympics are like summer programming. It's the in between stuff. While we wait, you know, for the actual Olympics. It's not cool at all. There's reruns and stuff, right?

Marcus:

I mean, figure skating, some people are school. Um, I've seen a lot of skiers crash into walls, all I've seen is curling. Curling is impressive.

William Jeffery:

Yeah, if you're, like a custodian of some sort got a sweet housekeeping. I feel like that's what they probably draft the curling sweepers, they just go to like Holiday Inn. And they just, you know, get all the Consuelos they can't right, just go ahead and sweep that. Check their forum and stuff. Are you following through with the pushback in the pool? And you know, I'm sure there's some sort of do you have a nerve to have a coach? How are you gonna have a coach and you just sweep it Islami,

Marcus:

the other person has to like slide and let it go at the right time.

William Jeffery:

And so the coach tells them when to let it go. No coach is gonna hold on to the thing the whole time.

Marcus:

You're an athlete, you know, you can't hear anything when you're on the court. Coaches yelling Well, that's

William Jeffery:

even sports, though. Like when there's fans and people that care about the outcome of the game fans at these curling games. I've

Marcus:

been to a couple. No,

William Jeffery:

there's not I just watched them on TV. They're more judges and referees than there are attendees in the state

Marcus:

for the pandemic had been there was a lot

William Jeffery:

more don't blame the pandemic on curling being terrible. Nobody was watching curling at the first Olympics. It was a bad idea, then it's a bad idea. Now Well clearly

Marcus:

another bad idea it would be better if they

William Jeffery:

did all the same Olympic Games just in the snow now that I would pay to see you imagine like a track and field is running through the snow doing laps people getting frostbite and only it start out 12 races five finish I mean that's to or hospitalized like survivor of the Olympic Olympic. I would probably watch I would be far more interesting than watching people be on regular TV wouldn't be competitively sweep ice rinks and just don't understand. Well, you know what it makes sense if like they do curling first because that's how they get the ice clean. And then they let the actual Olympians compete with me since it's winter. They're like, Well, why don't we just make a game out of out of the you know, cleaning up housekeeping? No, that's not. I think it's I think it's for housekeeping. I really think

Marcus:

winter sports,

William Jeffery:

you have housekeeping sports.

Marcus:

You've sledding. You have downhill slopes,

William Jeffery:

you know, which is sledding the wrong direction. You have figure skating, which is sledding on skates you. You have ice hockey, aggressive sledding with sticks,

Marcus:

you have the other sport where I think you're skiing, but you also have to shoot at targets like you ski. You get to a target and you shoot at the target was

William Jeffery:

incredible, man. You think about Frozone that's not an Olympic sport. That was a movie. It was a good movie. No, we're talking about the greater good here. Yeah, no, where is my super suit? Yeah, he

Marcus:

doesn't need that because it's an Olympic sport where you ski and shoot?

William Jeffery:

Well, he's gonna win every time because he can just make his own ice. It's the you can't ski and shoot it the same by athalon. How are you going to control the skis and hold the rifle? It's

Marcus:

the biathlon you ski with the rifle in your back and then you get to your target and you fire and you get back up and you ski again. Okay, you're really good at that.

William Jeffery:

Now No, black person we don't do snow. When you told me you can't be black and in the snow at the same time. Snow removes melanin. I don't think that's I don't think that's factual. That's how we got the white people from the caucus mountains full of snow. Okay, so before you can see a graphical episode, dropping knowledge on these foods.

Marcus:

So yes, back to my topic before we get off hand.

William Jeffery:

Oh, talk about the caucus mountains. There's a lot of snow up there.

Marcus:

Apparently the Olympic Committee is saying that China is not feeding them. And they're living in horrendous conditions apparently,

William Jeffery:

when you China has what is it like to the excellent syndrome or whatever. So they're probably not even acknowledging the Winter Olympics because they don't have real sports so we're not gonna feed you guys you're not even compete. Why would you be hungry? You just sweeping?

Marcus:

Can we get off the curling the food the rest of it is just sitting

William Jeffery:

in sliding the food being provided is

Marcus:

crisp nuts. Like I don't calculate, and basically nothing. A little triangle sandwiches

William Jeffery:

don't count. NASCAR is the sport because it's just driving in a circle. Right? At least you have to steer twice to make the turn in a sled. Your skill is laying down

Marcus:

the best. I'm sure there's some type of skill we have.

William Jeffery:

It's hard to lay down whipping down a mountain, shift your weight, you know, it's curved. You can't just go straight, you'll go slower. But yeah,

Marcus:

I mean, that's why you have to shift your weight. Like in NASCAR, you got to turn like you said so right. You got a minimum skill down hills lose.

William Jeffery:

And then there's one where you go headfirst that doesn't matter at all. The goal is just to not die. I don't know. Yeah, that's almost cool. But they already have skateboarding in the real Olympics. So it's like, well, the only people that are and you can't pedal a snowboard, it has to be downhill like they eventually you lose momentum. Every every thing in the Winter Olympics requires being downhill like they can't propel themselves.

Marcus:

Right? Well, the only people that aren't complaining about the food conditions, and I guess everything else is the Americans. We brought our own food. Apparently, we prepared for this. So just like the Americans, we are

William Jeffery:

what we do we send six Americans over there because we only compete in real Olympics. You know, we send the redhead kid to win the snowboarding medal every year. What redhead kid some kid that looks like baby Carrot Top that wins all the medals.

Marcus:

When was the last time you saw the Winter Olympics?

William Jeffery:

I didn't know they still had them. So I think this is the first time since the last time to read here kid one.

Marcus:

Well, out of all the countries participating America is number 17. In metals,

William Jeffery:

they have 17 other countries that they tricked in Sweden is number one here amidst game six

Marcus:

medals for gold one silver three, I'm sorry, one bronze at the time of this recording. In America, we have four silver and one bronze.

William Jeffery:

I wonder how many winter gold's equal one real gold medal? What are you talking about? You know, like if you get these medals compared to the Summer

Marcus:

Olympics, the Rio Olympics, it's not the real Okay, so what's the difference like because they're basically doing the same thing. So One looks at one

William Jeffery:

has athletes and the other one has custodians, sweeping ice and sliding downhill. Besides curling hockey's a real sport, competitive tobogganing or whatever foolishness they got going on. It's like a bunch of elf games or something. You know, it's, it helps pass that. It's like summer programming, it helps pass the time while we wait for the actual Olympics. They already only do them every four years. If we didn't have the Winter Olympics, we'd have to wait eight.

Marcus:

So you're more excited for the Summer Olympics that are coming to LA soon.

William Jeffery:

I'm excited for neither because I'm an American and I watch basketball. Loosely football. Should be football in baseball if literally nothing else is on

Marcus:

once we get patriotic, or I guess Americans get a paycheck not I but like sometimes,

William Jeffery:

like I do enjoy watching it live. I watched it this last year, because

Marcus:

so much controversy. People complaining about not being in it smoke too much need to be in it and then didn't do anything when they ran in it. Well, that was a mental breakdown.

William Jeffery:

That's not fair. Smoke before, didn't get to compete, went to a different race and lost horribly. Yeah. But it wasn't in the Olympics. So it didn't count anyway, she didn't care. Right. What about she was probably running the Winter Olympics would be last in them to break

Marcus:

down couldn't do it. A lot of pressure. I mean, a lot of people down apparently let our country down. Not me. But let her

William Jeffery:

she didn't because she won here the last time she competed. So very, very quickly. She let anybody down. She was just tired and stressed out. People take personal days all the time. Yeah, we just you know, the world's not watching. As we alluded into that last get your head right. This is fine. I got your back.

Marcus:

I wish you support someone else. You took the thunder from all the other people.

William Jeffery:

Well, the problem is the Olympians don't have enough PTO. See, they need to get on with HR. And you know, I feel like she'd had to have some some hours saved up. She'd never been absent. So I felt like it was people that don't have PTO. You're going to insert the person that doesn't have myself.

Marcus:

What about this company and nearby? We I'll talk to you about it later.

William Jeffery:

What is it a private contracting, you don't get PTO. I just you know, sign you up every time you sit down. You know, so you don't have to pay taxes right now I put all the you know, debt that you're accruing.

Marcus:

That would suck right to pay taxes on it. It's called interest.

William Jeffery:

Well, these microphones aren't free, man, somebody's gonna pay for it. I gotta charge you for the studio time in order to keep the lights on and you'd like to turn every light on. So I normally record in the dark. You got all these lights on? My eyes are hurting. I need to come out with some sunglasses. You know, I might. I'm just gonna have to wrap a hoodie around my face. To protect myself from the ultraviolet rays that you choose to pay for on this lovely show. We really do appreciate you keeping the lights on

Marcus:

No, you're You're welcome. Gotta I think you mean that legitimately. I'm just saying

William Jeffery:

it's very important before purely audio show to have all of the lights on to make sure people can clearly hear and see what we're saying. Makes makes perfect sense. I get it. So I choose to spend my money if I had a name, but I bought these microphones.

Marcus:

You know, I know the ways you can choose your to spend your money or other ways people can spend choose to spend their money.

William Jeffery:

If they buy some hoodies, then maybe you wouldn't have to pay so much for these lights. So you know, maybe you should talk to him, but I keep telling him but I'm not paying for the lights. So they're not really listening to nRT gotten my hoodie. But you know hey guys want to help out pay for these lights? We got hoodies, mugs. We don't have sunglasses yet, but I'm gonna get some because Marcus keeps it real bright in here. I guess he's just bought he's gotta you gotta have a second job. Or you sell drugs? Well, you know on the show, which also drugs which is very impressive multitasking in a car, but not then you get caught. No, I

Marcus:

mean, I fax see I'm already making rookie mistakes. snowfalls coming back, by the

William Jeffery:

way. Yeah. And now he's like a boxer. And I don't know what's happened.

Marcus:

I mean, I'm sure they'll catch us up in it. But it makes sense. You know, that you go from drug dealing to being a boxer. No, don't be the guy that was doing counterfeit for Home Depot. I mean, the sky's the limit for him, right?

William Jeffery:

He did speeding past the part where he got shot and was on a cane and lost his mobility. That is what turns you into a boxer. You either become like a drug abusing slob because you're like, Oh, I got one life and I'm just gonna, you know, live it to the fullest. Or you go you know, other end of the spectrum super fitness, I'm gonna be in shape take care of this one body, I only get one. I almost lost it. Let me get myself together. So you know, next time I get shot, I can just deflect the bullet with my abs. So, you know, six, half a dozen. There's two ways to look at everything and get bulletproof ABS or do a lot of drugs. But that's fear. That's generally what happens after you have a serious accident or injury. It's sort of like the you know, when you get famous the course of the body, the what is it the body journey of like, oh, just your fame like you come in Hungry. With snaggletooth messed up hairline and you get paid for make it now you get to edge up your teeth fix little Wait, what not forget first you get you look nice. Oh normal, okay, then you peek and now you're just sitting around eating people bring you doughnuts on everyone, you get fat and sloppy. And then somebody is like, hey man, like your music is good. But when's the last time you saw your sneakers? It's like, Man, I don't even know how to own shoes. And then then you hire a trainer, and then you get in super good shape. And then you stop doing the thing that made you all the money because all you want to do is drink water and do push ups. And you can afford to do it. So go through Connie's like, like that. Um, so he just went immediately crazy. Oh, he skipped he did not pass go collect $200 musical genius, rambling psychopath overnight.

Marcus:

Shout to Kanye. So as we go, and now he can't come on the show as you go ahead and plan this fine. Yeah. Any final thoughts for the listeners?

William Jeffery:

I feel like I don't, because I don't want to advise people on how to be better criminals. It seems like all the lessons in this episode would guide people to rob banks. You know, like, if you're gonna rob a bank, pick one that exists. And then you know, put the money somewhere that also exists. Because, you know, otherwise, you'll end up in the news for robbing and not imaginary bank and depositing in an account that doesn't exist. So you know, and if you're a winter Olympian, I did take the Do Not Disturb sign off of my door, you can come turn the sheets, I would like a chocolate on my pillow, please. I don't know if you get Olympic points for that or not. But I really would appreciate it and I'll give you a high score in a little little greeting card, under the sheets give you all excellence. Otherwise, you may not be able to compete next year in the swing baton or whatever it's called. Yeah. Go Olympians. I think that it's very generous that we sent us some Americans down there to observe what they do in the snow. Yeah, watch the Olympics in your head above hypocrisy hoodie. And well. Well, you know, I think maybe I should get in contact with the staff. Over there at the Olympics. I can just send everybody some hoodies. It is supposed to be the Winter Olympics. I'm sure that they don't have any hoodies since it's not the Rio Olympics. I don't think anybody sponsored it like you never see any winter winter air quotes. Olympians on the Wheaties box it's always a track and field person or you know what's usually track person actually not think about it. So maybe they should do that. They should just do the you know real Olympics in the snow. Just make them you know run in the snow. skeet shooting the Snow Bow and arrow in the snow swim in the snow that would be you know that was the Catalina was the one where they got to swim, run bike, do all that you do that in the snow. You got a sled ski shooter polar bear skin a Christmas tree and no ski across the pond without falling through the ice be thin. I don't know a lot about ice. I've lived in Los Angeles my whole life if it gets under 60 degrees. Assume that the world is shutting down until it warms back up to a livable temperature. Shout out to the Olympics. I got hoodies for you. Until

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