Head Above Hypocrisy's Hot Topics

Serenades & Sunscreen

August 15, 2022 William Jeffery / Marcus Burnette Season 7 Episode 6
Head Above Hypocrisy's Hot Topics
Serenades & Sunscreen
Show Notes Transcript

Things are heating up this summer...Let's talk about it. 

William Jeffery:

So you want to talk about old people?

Marcus:

Wow. When you say like that, that seems out of context and seems offensive, but it does sound like something I would say.

William Jeffery:

Why is it offensive to old people like you? Are they part of that alphabet group? Oh, because you can identify as old right? Is that the thing?

Marcus:

Is you don't want to be ageist

William Jeffery:

who's ageist? Person?

Marcus:

No people that

William Jeffery:

that sounds like an urban names conversation

Marcus:

sounds like,

William Jeffery:

Oh, I think I went to high school with an ages. Ages Miss Larry, in when he got in trouble for putting the firecracker in the toilet. It was hilarious.

Marcus:

And a 47 takes us to where we're going with. I'm sorry. 24 takes this is

William Jeffery:

one bringing up people from high school. You don't remember ages? I don't know. It was a little. I don't know. I know. It sounds like look, you know, Greek urban name. Who's so we're talking about? High School delinquents. And old people.

Marcus:

No, I was gonna talk like I was watching glory. The movie.

William Jeffery:

Why should cable Oh,

Marcus:

yes. So I was watching with a man between homes right now. So I was watching with Matthew Broderick.

William Jeffery:

And I feel like you had to watch that on DVD, like, Denzel Washington, maybe even VHS

Marcus:

and Morgan Freeman. And I was just thinking to myself, how old is Morgan Freeman? And why? Well,

William Jeffery:

he was born 65. So okay. I don't not sure I think this is his 37th time being 65. Maybe I'm not I'm not sure how they do his aging, but he has no baby pictures. I've never seen a baby picture literally exists. He's been 65 from job.

Marcus:

Before we go down this rabbit hole. Maybe we should introduce yourself.

William Jeffery:

I'm well and my baby pictures exist. I had a receding hairline at birth and afro, like right behind my ears. It's really weird. Kind of like George Jefferson. Yeah. Yeah. Like, like I was born with these headphones on my head or something. It's weird. But that happens because baby hair grows funny. And it like sometimes, like grows at a different texture that it falls out. Then it grows back. Some babies are like covered in hair. They look like little grizzly bears all kinds of babies weird.

Marcus:

Yeah. And I'm Marcus. And I don't have any baby photos. Oh, my mother has.

William Jeffery:

So you're also 65 And definitely,

Marcus:

I could be like on crack. That's what they say. It does.

William Jeffery:

Just it takes a while because once it does it just it shatters completely. But yeah, you know what's funny is there's a billboard by mom's house advertising, black sunscreen, and their slogan is Black don't crack. Yes, it does buy our sunscreen or something like that. And it's that's not a good slogan. Because I've never used sunscreen and I've also never been sunburn. And I spent many of summer on the beach with my family. Not like a nice beach. Nothing like Venice Beach. But the Sun works the same at Venice as it does in the Hamptons. So same sun no sunscreen. So for my black has not cracked. But you know what it is is the drugs. That's what messes up your skin I think alcohol to maybe we insure it I didn't drink a lot though.

Marcus:

It's still summer maybe you have time to go like

William Jeffery:

run burn knob Good. I'll leave that to the white people. They're really good at it. A way to do it on purpose they got these little pods that look like spaceships and all they do is burn you like you could just stand in the Valley for five minutes if you want sunburns you don't have to sit and Michael Jackson's Hyperbolic Time Chamber whatever thing is he used to get refilled a Lago

Marcus:

maybe you should go and drop your intro and say you want me

William Jeffery:

to get in the space pod and get okay well I guess I'm going to get a tan and the atmosphere so

Marcus:

I have one quick question when where did this tanning bed come from and why were you pumping boys insole up? Well I'm just curious I when I didn't know we had the budget for this and you just said you don't want so rental? Was this just to prove your point for the show? People can't see this right. Well, they

William Jeffery:

won't let you in the tanning businesses as an African American because like you're done I wish that gyms were the same way when like super strong people come in there and they come picking up the whole weight apparatus as opposed to the wage like hey, man, you're done. You've you've completed this mission. I need you to go play a different game once you go pick up RPG or something Oh shot all the bad guys. Call of Duty is finished and ready to play a different game. Yeah. I think that's that's how they feel about black people trying to get tan. Okay, okay. Yeah. So you know more you know the darker side of the spectrum. I feel you

Marcus:

so you've answered the tanning bed question which is a rental. I hope this doesn't come out of my salary.

William Jeffery:

Now I just take it back.

Marcus:

I take it back. It's not gonna fit. And then the second thing is the boys men. Why were you playing it on 100 Great song.

William Jeffery:

Is it though?

Marcus:

I don't know. Is it giving bad instructions or something?

William Jeffery:

I mean, I don't know. I only know that one clip because I found myself doing an internet challenge that included that song. I don't think we've listened to that song before. But when it came on to the challenge, I was compelled to sing. It was I think, I don't know maybe they sampled the Holy Ghost they recorded in a Baptist church. I don't know how it happened. But I was the jet like it's this internet thing where you they play like three or four songs. And you're supposed to not sing along right? And you're playing a bunch of oh, it was a night. It's what? Don't sing along 90s r&b challenge. I think it's what it's what it was called. In the first song. I don't remember that. It was like a Joe song. And that it was boys to bed. And I just next thing I know, I was standing up in my backyard belting out. You know, if I ever fall in love again, I will make sure that the woman is a friend because last time I fell in love one of my enemies and that did not go well. Wait, was that second part part of the lyrics? No, no, it's just the first part. Okay. It is. Okay. Okay, okay. I'll make sure okay, that the lady right is a friend.

Marcus:

Oh, for anyone listening? No will has amazing vocals, but he had to sing it off to make sure we didn't get sick.

William Jeffery:

No, no, I got chopped in the throat at the last rec league game. And my vocals are on hold. Okay, until further notice, I gotta get a doctor's note. To be able to think again. But apparently they'll let me talk all I want.

Marcus:

So, okay, I would like I'm gonna put a pin in that because I would like to circle back to songs and they're terrible. Advice. So you mentioned Oh, do you consider yourself old?

William Jeffery:

I've been old for at least 10 years. Do others consider you old? Well,

Marcus:

like do you when you like, read? Do you ever read the comments on your videos?

William Jeffery:

When I say yeah, listeners, I'm sure they know I do. Because I try to respond. And I only get like four comments. And that's like, once every 37 posts. So it's not like I have to, you know, wade through the mountains and mountains of comments, right? hit people. For those of you that are listening, if you have social media, do not be afraid to comment. That's how it works. You post something and then you say haha, or that was dumb, or I can do it better, or whatever you'd like to say, and I'll respond and explain to you why you're wrong. But, you know, just in order for me to be able to, you know, do that for you. You have to first reach out and make that comment. Okay. But yeah, I try to read them, you know, when I can. But I know well, people don't think I'm old, I guess because I don't look traditionally old. But it's because you can't check like knee and ankle age. Like like cartilage usually get like spot check that like I don't really have a limp or anything. Like right now. Give me a week or two.

Marcus:

So from the outside you don't look old but you don't have wrinkles or anything like that. Or no, I don't have massive stupid questions. I can see you in the face when I

William Jeffery:

was gonna say was in the same room. But you know, for the listeners. I don't look old but I do have a face for radio. So we just wanted a smooth face for radio I guess about so I've been told. I also don't look in the mirror very often. So these are they always say Black don't crack. They do they do but like it it doesn't it's weird it it's Black don't crack and neither does what is yellow, I guess for the Asians. Because I don't age either they age gracefully as well. Right like, forgo the slur and let's focus on the compliment because black I didn't anyway, I know what you mean. Everybody has a color right? We've got black yellow, white, red, if we're going that route. Yeah. Anyway, point being Asians age gracefully as well. They did like they get to about I don't know, mid to late 20s They stay there for a good 30 years and then they look like you know a Xiao Long Xiao Chun master was super long, you know, foot long beard men and women is platinum white hair, right? And they can like you know, skip across bamboo trees. Right, right. Oh, then BJs with twig.

Marcus:

Black. That sounds like it would like for us as black people. We tend to look our young sideways. Don't wait too late and free minutes.

William Jeffery:

Yeah, like you're you're 24 until you're 68 right and then you're just 68 forever. Well, you're just 68 and you're like 90 today did really that usually happens about a week?

Marcus:

Well, Angela Bassett and Morgan Freeman the two oldest staples I can think of that look extremely amazing. And Angela Bassett would are fine. So

William Jeffery:

you know, I don't know that I would use the adjective fine to describe Angela Bassett

Marcus:

wine. What? Yeah, like a fine wine. You mature with

William Jeffery:

age. It's like a Brut champagne because she's got really muscular arms. Like,

Marcus:

you know, she's not a delicate wallflower or anything like that of any sense. But like,

William Jeffery:

I mean, she doesn't look oh, she looks strong. I'm still young either. She just she looks. She looks strong. She's very strong. Looks like she benchpress like 320 Although she bends but she definitely does a curls. Definitely. Because like her I don't know what her chest looks like. So I can't get past the shoulders and arms. So you know, she's maybe she should get a blouse instead of a tank top.

Marcus:

So it's important that prints. Were talking about this. And I was watching glory the other day.

William Jeffery:

Really got to watch something on the internet. Stop watching VHS tapes and DVDs. If you watch Schindler's List after that, like why don't you just watch and

Marcus:

depressing Schindler's List. Oh, man. She didn't redemption. Anyway. So after watching glory, I noticed one thing, Matthew Broderick. Okay, Denzel Washington. In Morgan Freeman. You got Ferris Bueller? Denzel Washington both looking like you know, Matthew Broderick is kind of older.

William Jeffery:

Find out the statute of limitation on VHS royalties. Try to find out these dudes are still getting paid. No, I was trying to figure

Marcus:

out like how old all these guys were in why Morgan Freeman looks that age then in a movie that came out in 1989. And still looks

William Jeffery:

because he's 65. He's he's on his third decade of being 65. They just give him more or less facial hair. And every few decades, they'll add like one or two wrinkles, or one of them like moles. Because he has more moles now because I've never had it can't really that's those of age moles, each one.

Marcus:

Oh, they just compile into age mode. Eventually, he just

William Jeffery:

turns into a whole mole. Oh, that's disgusting. What just tiny shrimp in a shrink when you get older.

Marcus:

They say you shrink. But he's still doing wild things like he was having an affair driving around with like a mistress in his car crashed the car.

William Jeffery:

He makes movies. He's a celebrity. So you could be a one armed midget and still have affairs and crash cars and do whatever you want. Because we idolize celebrities, and he's been making movies my whole life. So that's not surprising at all.

Marcus:

Let's see. That brings me to the second thing. Like when we were talking about like bad advice.

William Jeffery:

Why wouldn't advise you to be a 78 year old Playboy, but I didn't work for half

Marcus:

according to some of the songs we hear now. I mean, that song sounds really bad advice. Right? Right. Well,

William Jeffery:

that's because well, that's what needs to be listened to, I guess. Well, no, even country music. I was gonna say country music might have better advice, but it doesn't. It doesn't have any advice. It's just somebody complaining about their life. Yeah, you say to a ukulele? Yeah, no, but they complain to

Marcus:

us like a banjo. I think we're both making sense. I

William Jeffery:

think that's the same thing. washboard. A washboard is a tool, not an instrument. spoons, and those are utensils,

Marcus:

like when you slap them

William Jeffery:

just using the wrong. So you slap somebody with a knife though. That's the salt. So many jazz music?

Marcus:

Probably they don't have any instructions. Or like advice, right?

William Jeffery:

Yeah, probably the best advice you can get is from jazz music,

Marcus:

which is no advice whatsoever. Be decisions

William Jeffery:

in research. Don't turn on the radio for life advice.

Marcus:

Really weird thing against jazz, you should

William Jeffery:

have no problem. Jazz is great. Because it doesn't give you it doesn't tell you to do anything. Man. It's my job. You listen to podcasts for advice. You don't listen to the radio. There's no song. There's just words and all these love songs. They're always telling us what we should do or what to do. And it's it's just it's always sort of the ringing the alarm. It's always polarizing, right? Like it's always gonna go amazingly well. And you're gonna get rose petals, and weddings and babies. Or they're cheating with everyone you've ever met. As soon as you close your eyes like turnaround, so it just did nothing in between. It's not like you know, today it was a good day we had lunch and didn't argue

Marcus:

50 cent Tadasana

William Jeffery:

No Evil Knievel did that wonder you touch it.

Marcus:

Just Negi.

William Jeffery:

yeah that was there a lot of those instructional instructional files aren't bad advice though those usually if you follow the instructions to my rhythmically challenged listeners if you just listen to the song and do what they say on the beat they say it to do you usually will you know execute the dance at a c plus level you know it's difficult it is but they give you the the whole it's not even a song it's a list of instruction to like a snare drum it's there's not even really a hook the hook is the resting part of the day I

Marcus:

got you I think it's the following instructions part might be my problem. Um, so another rapper sent another instructions rapper one rapper said you put the first 500 in the safe and you lock forget the key or something like that. ever forget the combination, I still don't know what he means.

William Jeffery:

They gave me an open savings account. I'm pretty sure you know, the way that is account itself you got checking and savings and you put the first 500 in the savings and then you take the login information and you give it to your grandmother because you know she can't log in and nothing sorry, I didn't mean to offend you grand maybe she's tech said no,

Marcus:

no, I was just I was I'm sorry for my silence. I was trying to write some of this down I was it's good advice.

William Jeffery:

Generally speaking, if you want to never get into something, give it to your grandmother or your parents like my mom and dad are not terribly great at maintaining passwords and or logging into things so the person is gonna write so give them your all here savings account information that money will be the safest money in your life. Am I need to get $20 on my savings account? Oh, sweetie, let me see if I can go find that password. I wrote it down on a post it and then I did a posted audit the other day. And I organized them by color. Problem is I only had green posted so I had to soak some of them in bleach to lighten them. So we've got light green to forest green. And what was the question? Say bye now is the bill is passed? Do you've made the 20 you don't need it anymore. Now you're saving money right financial advice hit both piracy.

Marcus:

I didn't know you're just no financial. I mean you do

William Jeffery:

it's important to save me and you know as acting adult I know how difficult it is to save

Marcus:

a little dickie came out with a song save that money or something like that. That was popular for like a week and

William Jeffery:

patronizing to take to give me savings advice from a Jewish kid like of course he knows how to save money. Like wow, the that but actually, it was nice. It was refreshing to hear a like a rap song that represented middle of the road lyrics like he wasn't doing anything amazing. Wasn't poor either. But you know, signing up for free trials like everybody else and canceling in 30 days and like that. So that was that was a rap unicorn if you will. Because generally you have to be getting it out the mud or I'm so rich. I don't check price tags. Like it's not like throwing everything in the back shots are fabulous. Yeah. So you know there's it's that was very middle of the road or not even middle row, it was just it it. It was rap music that spoke to probably the majority of the people that are buying rap music because, you know, we're not all rappers and we're not all trappers either. Most of us are sitting in somebody's living room listening to this stuff, right? And rappers are like the worst financial advisors ever. Actually,

Marcus:

I think all musicians, mainly black people are the worst financial advisors ever.

William Jeffery:

I mean, I think

Marcus:

T PAIN told me that I don't even own it or blow it or something like that. It's about blowing stacks.

William Jeffery:

First of all, I don't think it's safe to paraphrase your financial advice. Oh, you want to kind of want to copy that for Batum Oh, okay. So if I can I'm confused stack blow. What is what was the advice? Brandon T. Payne is a character and more talented than, you know, people give him credit for not sure I would take financial advice.

Marcus:

Most of his advice is about taking money to the strip club and blowing it on the Strip. Which I mean, if you enjoy delicate dancers such as myself, then you know you may take out a loan to blow it on.

William Jeffery:

No, I can't. Family. I didn't like strippers when I didn't have a family. You

Marcus:

never like sugar. Oh, you just said that. But the point being it's not about your disdain for exotic dancers.

William Jeffery:

It's about the cocoa butter that they used in order to perpetuate the stereotype of black not cracking.

Marcus:

It's all full circle. I see what you mean. But yeah, um,

William Jeffery:

you can't have old strippers. strippers always have good skin, that explosive

Marcus:

song by corrupting them. That's a terrible song, I actually listened to the whole lyrics that is, I don't know when they I mean, they're, they're literally talking about their day.

William Jeffery:

And but mostly swear words. The problem with explosive is that they released that song on the radio. And I said it's two and a half minutes of just remixed swear words like reverse. So I think there's a part of the corrupt suppers where it's just silence because they couldn't come up with enough sounds to string together to bleep out all the swear words. Because if grew up ever gave a

Marcus:

broke, explosive. What I mean to some people, that's great advice, though,

William Jeffery:

to not care about women. I mean, no, I don't Well,

Marcus:

I don't know. Because it was so bleeped out. And I never understand what they say. I don't even play that part.

William Jeffery:

And if corrupt, cared about women, he would always be poor. I think the first few lines of that song Oh.

Marcus:

So he doesn't care about women at all?

William Jeffery:

Well, I think it's a specific type of woman, that he's both like, you know, because the hose of everybody. And if you care about a specific one, and you probably waste a bunch of money on it, I think it's the advice that he was trying to give, right?

Marcus:

And then be honest, he told me this, or Destiny's Child taught us that we have to make sure we can pay their bills, their telephone bills, their automobiles, which is way more than one car. That's scary. And then

William Jeffery:

I just feel like that's unrealistic, right? Like they are successful. Or at the time they were successful r&b group. Right, right. So how am i How am I? You know, working at Jamba Juice or basketball wherever I was working at the time, I can barely pay my own phone bill, you got a song I'm listening to asking for normal people to pay your bit like, what kind of missile that is just now you pay my look. Don't Don't nobody, just get it from the label that give you a full Why do you? You don't need what you need as an agent. That's what you need. Can you get me an agent should have been the salt because then you don't need anybody to pay your bills. And you could date, you know, organically,

Marcus:

like a lot of songs come out if they're a hit. People take those songs for like the truth and the Gospel. And they live by those songs for a while. And no matter what the message is, it's kind of scary. Like, for instance, we all know America is terrible. But when Donald Glover came out with this is America, people were like, yeah, man, this is America. That's That's right. That's our anthem. That should be our new national anthem. And

William Jeffery:

I think that was mostly white people.

Marcus:

Be there resume? Shots of Republicans. Oh, it's like, I feel like you have one possibly on the show. So like, your facial expression. Um, so yeah, I just feel like I don't know, man. certain songs come out. And then, you know, well, Michael Jackson, they don't really care about that about us. That was powerful.

William Jeffery:

Oh, I thought you'd want to be starting something. I mean, that would. That's what people hear when they drink too much Hennessy.

Marcus:

Some songs are inappropriate to be played in public outings do I think

William Jeffery:

yeah, explosive.

Marcus:

Even in the club?

William Jeffery:

No, no, it's fine in the club.

Marcus:

anywhere else? I think that's inappropriate.

William Jeffery:

Well, actually, it depends on at what time in the club because you can start fights with explosive temperature. You

Marcus:

know what that trick that was played at the NBA game? For Memphis? I don't know why.

William Jeffery:

I think he was from Memphis in the movie. What?

Marcus:

Yes, but why is that? Like, I brought this up on the podcast before and I'm just I don't understand. There's certain things I just don't understand. Like,

William Jeffery:

what it was Dad had been from Memphis so they played it in Memphis. Whoop that trick part? Maybe they work tricks in Memphis. I've never been to Memphis I don't know what's customary there. But like, who am I? There's you can't just what are you out here judging the Romans in Rome? Right. Like he's, the character is supposed to be. So they like it'd be different if we played it out here. Like we you know, we hold our tricks. In a very high esteem. We don't have to be whipping them like that. So you can't play music like that out here in LA. But it Memphis I don't know what happens in Memphis, maybe. But I get playing like they play all the LA artists out here. And they talk on a gangbang and stuff and you know, there's only like three gang members on every basketball team. The rest of them are all athletes. It's very true. So you know, it's, it's fine. For Memphis to play Memphis music.

Marcus:

Alright, now Fair enough. You know, I mean, it's okay. You know what? I think we should get a land display in a little bit.

William Jeffery:

Are we gonna land in Memphis? Oh, I'm not gonna get Smith as me. I like movies. Well, I've never been like someone you've never been because John plays from Memphis. He gets traded. Like wherever he gets traded. I'm a Laker fan. I like Jack can be a bandwagon fan for other. No, I know. I

Marcus:

get it. I just you know.

William Jeffery:

I don't know why No, I've never been so I don't have a reason to dislike it. I've never been to Boston, but I hate Boston. Because you know, the lake. Yeah, no, I

Marcus:

hate Boston. Because in New York.

William Jeffery:

Boston is not in New York, though.

Marcus:

I don't think no, it's not.

William Jeffery:

Another guy appears Tennessee though. So it gets confusing. They just ask America they steal everything aren't language or they could how you just couldn't get my time. So many words, you could use to name things. He's used the same ones. I don't understand. Laziness.

Marcus:

You should talk about laziness. On you know, did you discuss laziness on your Dad's Corner podcast?

William Jeffery:

Now because dads aren't lazy, not wouldn't know if they're doing it right. It can't be even if you try to be they bring the work to you. Like I try. I really try to be lazy. And I can't because if it's not the children, it's the wife or you know, the bill, people can get real persistent if you don't pay them. It's just everybody wants something. So there's not a lot of room for laziness. In the dads corner, but it does still exist on Apple podcasts or whatever Apple's got going on. That's where the bad corner exists. It is in a corner of

Marcus:

Apple. Yet you also

William Jeffery:

talked about putting sunscreen on black children do a whole episode on that's it is not true. My mom did put sunscreen on me once or twice when I was like little. I think maybe you're

Marcus:

supposed to like people can also get skin cancer.

William Jeffery:

Just soaked. Yeah, yeah, they can. Everyone is susceptible to answer. I was talking about sunburn, but we go ahead and just skip to terminate me.

Marcus:

I think you get skin cancer sometimes before you even get the sunburn.

William Jeffery:

So it's telling me why people are going and paying good hard earned money to sit in little cancer pods. Yes. I don't believe well, cancer from those things. Can you there's so many of them out here.

Marcus:

You think people in California care?

William Jeffery:

I mean, I don't think we're still able to make a sale or well, people cancer. But it doesn't lose weight. You don't but so Michael singer Yeah, that's that's different, right? Like cigarettes, we didn't know. So that habit built up in the history of the country. We know now we put warnings all over but people already got the habit and you know that life sucks. You know, I'm smoking cigarettes die, whether I smoke it or not. Anyway, so let me get the stress off and smoke to see. But we've always known that the sun is dangerous. It's a

Marcus:

real fact check. Using tanning beds before age 20 You can increase your chances of developing skin cancer by 47%.

William Jeffery:

How many skin cancer cases? Are there? Why? You know, we talked about statistics and how they can be shaped and moved to prove and or disprove anything you want. So just because it increases your chances 47% You know, what does that mean? I'm not I'm not gonna I don't but it's not a concern of mine because I'm not trying to get tan. I'm trying to get the good reveal a Lago get my credit score. There's a direct correlation between darkness and credit score. Sure.

Marcus:

Speaking of is your website still under construction?

William Jeffery:

Is No, no, the website is fully functional. Oh, oh, nice. Congratulations. Yeah, yeah, you should go buy something, mate. Let me know what actually I'm not sure if it works. Why don't you guys go to head above hypocrisy.com. And go try to purchase yourself. T shirt hoodie, something, let me know how long it takes to arrive? How much it costs, then buy another one to make sure you know, because that might be a fluke. And then then let me know get back to me. But it worked for me. I just don't know. That's locally. I don't know if it works outside of my you know, home network, right? Yeah, no, I'm gonna have to lean on my listener out there to see if they can, you know, purchase one of everything. The assurance, we got to make sure that the whole shop works do so you can't just buy it, you got to buy one everything is just and let me just let me not make sure you get everything. You know, that makes sense. You know, but it should be working as far as, as far as I know. And once I hit up epoxy membership, it's all the same. It's all head above. And it's good marketing. Its marketing. That's good advice. To keep your head above the head. Yeah. I mean, you know, it's hard,

Marcus:

we'll cap, there's the runway, I'm gonna let you land your plane.

William Jeffery:

Um, I guess wear sunscreen if you bite was, and, and don't listen to music too deeply, but listen to it, because it's, you know, it's therapeutic. But it's not. It's not advice, right. Like, that's what books and the internet, to a lesser extent, are for. That's what you should get information advice from Not, not from your music and, you know, inspiration, sure, but not information, right, like the two different things. I think that it's very safe. And actually a good idea even to pull inspiration from music. But if you know, you start getting finance, advice and love lessons from the songs that you listen to, then you know, your your life will look like a CD. I don't know that. That's what you want. So make sure you wear sunscreen and think for yourself. You know, if you can't then you know, there's always head above piracy. And there won't be any, you know, snares or high hats to distract you from the point, you can just get the message right on, which is to think for yourself, I'm not gonna do the work for you. That costs extra. So, you know, again, head on over to the website, there is a section where if you want to pay me to think for you, you can, but that's you know, it's like when you go to a restaurant and something's market price, we got to call and discuss that off camera off my cell, head over over email me and I will do all the thinking for you. It's gonna be expensive, but don't worry about that. Because you know, already thought about how much how much it should cost and how much you're willing to spend. Right? Since you don't want to think I do. Know, then I could service I got life coaches, why can't I be thinking coach, right? Like, if you go and I'm trying to coach your whole life just brain right? Like you still you go out and you do whatever you want in your life. I'm gonna just think for you bring you know the choices to me, and I'll make them for you. But you go out and get the choices. I'm not you know, you got life coaches out here coaching a whole life, meanwhile, living their own life. I'm not trying to do all that, but I will answer a few questions while I live my life. On that note, I should probably leave. We've been on the runway for a minute. But the way planes work, if you've ever been on one, it takes a while after we land right? They got to flick all the switches and depress all the buttons and then they got to wheel the stairs over. So we've got plenty of time. I really should talk some more, but I'm pretty sure you wish that this was over by now. So I'll let you get off the plane. Don't forget your backpack. Drink water. Wear sunscreen. Music is for fun. Not facts. No, no that's the wrong spacebar.