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Navigating Poor Judgments, Trans Acceptance, and Social Issues: Insights and Reflections

June 17, 2024 Pc principals Season 2 Episode 8
Navigating Poor Judgments, Trans Acceptance, and Social Issues: Insights and Reflections
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Navigating Poor Judgments, Trans Acceptance, and Social Issues: Insights and Reflections
Jun 17, 2024 Season 2 Episode 8
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Can poor judgment land you in the unemployment line? Tune in to discover how a real estate agent found himself jobless after a jaw-dropping Instagram post involving his manager's unfortunate bathroom mishap. We'll dissect the ill-advised choices on both sides, from Monica's decision to use a non-functional toilet to the agent's regrettable decision to share the incident online. With humor and critical reflection, we examine the workplace consequences and explore how such situations could be handled more professionally.

Mental health is universal, yet misconceptions abound, especially when it comes to trans acceptance. We'll set the record straight, debunking the myth that mental health issues are tied to one's identity or beliefs. Our discussion shines a light on the hyper-polarization surrounding trans individuals and the unnecessary legislative scrutiny they face. By emphasizing genuine human connection and basic respect, we advocate for a balanced approach that avoids making others uncomfortable through overzealous support.

From discriminatory laws against transgender individuals to the complexities of LGBTQ rights in Pakistan, we cover significant social issues that often get sidelined. Hear our critique of political priorities that ignore urgent matters like housing and infrastructure, and our call for voting to prevent the election of discriminatory officials. We’ll also discuss effective parenting techniques, the dangers of sextortion, and the ethics of running a business with philanthropic goals. Don’t miss our exciting announcement about future live podcast sessions—this episode is packed with insights and reflections that will leave you with plenty to think about.

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Can poor judgment land you in the unemployment line? Tune in to discover how a real estate agent found himself jobless after a jaw-dropping Instagram post involving his manager's unfortunate bathroom mishap. We'll dissect the ill-advised choices on both sides, from Monica's decision to use a non-functional toilet to the agent's regrettable decision to share the incident online. With humor and critical reflection, we examine the workplace consequences and explore how such situations could be handled more professionally.

Mental health is universal, yet misconceptions abound, especially when it comes to trans acceptance. We'll set the record straight, debunking the myth that mental health issues are tied to one's identity or beliefs. Our discussion shines a light on the hyper-polarization surrounding trans individuals and the unnecessary legislative scrutiny they face. By emphasizing genuine human connection and basic respect, we advocate for a balanced approach that avoids making others uncomfortable through overzealous support.

From discriminatory laws against transgender individuals to the complexities of LGBTQ rights in Pakistan, we cover significant social issues that often get sidelined. Hear our critique of political priorities that ignore urgent matters like housing and infrastructure, and our call for voting to prevent the election of discriminatory officials. We’ll also discuss effective parenting techniques, the dangers of sextortion, and the ethics of running a business with philanthropic goals. Don’t miss our exciting announcement about future live podcast sessions—this episode is packed with insights and reflections that will leave you with plenty to think about.

Support the Show.

Speaker 2:

you are now locked in to the pc principles podcast today, I got fired, um, from my job.

Speaker 1:

I'm a real estate agent and I got fired because, uh, something that I post in instagram. And they call me to the office and they asked me to remove everything, which I did, and after I removed the post and the picture that I put, I was told that I no longer working for the company. And all this is because my manager, monica and she's the one that created all this shitty scenario, she's the one that pushed for me to lose my job. And today I'm outside my house because I don't have the balls to see my wife and tell her what happened, you know, and I had kids, and I'm going to tell you the whole story and I'm going to show you the picture that I put in Instagram, because you need to see that to understand how.

Speaker 3:

Fuck this guy.

Speaker 2:

There we go.

Speaker 3:

Wait. What do you guys feel about that? So some guy lost his fucking job. He lost his job, can't talk to his wife, can't go home. Excuse me, it's a wrap. So he apparently got fired. So if this is just a guy bitching and whining about losing his goddamn job, I mean he's not bitching and whining, you're clear.

Speaker 2:

Your, your boss, decided to take a shit in a non-working toilet and she locked the door and left the house and acted like she didn't do it. So it's like you didn't get fired for no reason well, yeah, dude, you put you.

Speaker 3:

It's one thing to take the photo and let me tell you guys, this shit looks like a fucking missile, dude, dude. Like that shit looks like a california burrito I don't want to be crass played. She's not worried about butt play after dropping that load, I'm just going to say that right now that shit is as big as a fucking leg, dude.

Speaker 2:

Bro, that's a fucking Coke can in a toilet. So she takes a shit. So it's a she. Yeah, it's a woman. Her name is Monica.

Speaker 3:

So she takes a shit in this toilet, in a bathroom, which is just false. She should be fired for that. There's no running water. You just go ahead in this open house and then you take a shit. So you already fucked up doing that. I mean, this is your livelihood, you can't just be going.

Speaker 2:

That's something like knock-level shit. You're trying to sell the house, though, but that's not even your house. That's you shat in someone's house.

Speaker 3:

Technically, you don't do that in anybody's house just as a normal human being, like if you gotta go, shit.

Speaker 2:

Like bro, go down the street number one, it's actually better to shit outside of that situation, because at least you could cover it. You could throw it away here. Someone else had to clean that shit up from the toilet you gotta shit that demon out.

Speaker 3:

You knew way before your stomach been told your stomach was gurgling way beforehand.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, that is a tube that she just shot out, so that's a fail there.

Speaker 3:

The other fail is that look, this is open, this is your house that you're trying to sell. You knew, because you're the realtor, that there was no water, that there's no water.

Speaker 2:

You knew you rushing the workers, telling them to hurry the fuck up, bossing them around, and then the coup de grace on the whole day is you take a shit in a non-working pool. It might as well have been a pool, it might as well have been an empty pool, but you take a shit in the toilet and you lock the door though. So you knew you were wrong.

Speaker 3:

I got to be like look, I got to dip.

Speaker 1:

I gotta be like look, I gotta dip, I'm not gonna tell you guys what it is.

Speaker 2:

I just gotta I'll be back. I'll be right back.

Speaker 3:

I gotta go mcdonald's emergency boom, taco bell, boom. Exactly target, boom. No, she's walmart. She just like slid that out of her butt cheeks and was like nah, look, if you're, if your boss is gonna do that, that's out of pocket, it's hella that is out of pocket.

Speaker 2:

But he also fucked up yo and she didn't wipe her ass either, because you see there's no toilet. Do you think the dudes before? They took the picture, decided to touch it and take the toilet paper out. No, it's in her pocket. This bitch just did not wipe her ass. Bro, you're gross lady you ever see those?

Speaker 3:

you ever seen those videos where, like, like some lady was just going like a starbucks and she'll just like she'll?

Speaker 2:

just think it's shit. I just saw a video like that of a lady Like just some nasty ass shit Wiling out in the store.

Speaker 3:

Took a shit in the store after she stood up Like a bird and just dipped.

Speaker 2:

Oh God, Like no wipe. No, nothing Bro, you're an animal.

Speaker 3:

You're an animal. So she fucked up on that count and he fucked up by taking a picture and tagging her. But that's not something you do on social media. You don't put that. That's your boss. If anything, you take a picture and send it to your coworkers that you're cool with and be like look at this motherfucker over here. I don't know, bro, can you believe this?

Speaker 1:

I'm not mad at him for doing it.

Speaker 2:

I'm mad at her for doing it, bro, I'm sorry he posted the picture of the shit and tagged her.

Speaker 3:

That's on you. You're gross, you're tagged.

Speaker 2:

bro. You're gross. You deserve to be ridiculed publicly, You're fucking gross.

Speaker 3:

Yes, but would you do that You'd post it, or would you just send it to your coworkers and be like I wouldn't even take a picture of it to be honest with you.

Speaker 2:

You'd just be like ugh, I'd straight up in a full. I'd be in a group message. I'd be like work who took a shit the toilet.

Speaker 3:

Okay, so it wasn't me and it wasn't this nigga standing next to me.

Speaker 2:

Who was it? So you knew it was your boss. What, then, are you posting it? I see, I'm not gonna post it to social media, I'm just gonna be like who the fuck did it? I'm gonna call, I'm gonna obviously call the person out in a group message to everyone in the fucking thing, hey, and if I get fired for that, so be it he called his boss.

Speaker 3:

He called his boss out on social media with the pic and tagging like is this you? Is this all you?

Speaker 2:

I mean don't shit in the pool, don't shit in the pool I don't know, dude, I don't know dude he has.

Speaker 3:

He's ashamed to go home now and talk to his wife. So if it's that dire sometimes you just got to keep down the love we're like. Look man, I mean that's fucking, I don't know, it's but it's. But now he's like I can't go home, it's not even.

Speaker 2:

It's not even just, it's not even just disrespectful. It's disrespectful to these, these men who had to do this to clean the house up. It's disrespectful to the actual house owner trying to sell their house. It's disrespectful to the toilet itself, because you stain that there's no water in there, somebody's got to pay the water bill.

Speaker 3:

Just to turn that shit on, just to flush it.

Speaker 2:

That's going to take about five flushes, bro. Just looking at that shit. That shit's diabolical as fuck. Lady Monica, you deserve, you're an animal.

Speaker 3:

You belong outside. You're an animal. That is a goddamn missile dude. Oh, hope I didn't ruin you guys' dinner, hey, hey, you know what? I wonder what kind of flack he's getting. Is there people supporting him or not?

Speaker 2:

I mean, I'm supporting him. Fuck it. Your boss shouldn't have done that.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, I'm sorry.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, no matter how you cut it, your boss should not have done that.

Speaker 3:

I get that, but going online with it was not the right move.

Speaker 2:

It was Okay. Obviously it's out of pocket and don't do that. Obviously, if you're a professional and you're in a, you know, white-collar environment, blue-collar environment, whatever environment, you shouldn't be doing that. But you shouldn't be taking shit in toilets, thinking you're above the law either.

Speaker 3:

They went into wherever they lived. So I work in construction. There's a bunch of different trades in there electricians, plumbers, wah wah wah. Somebody went into where the electricians work and I guess they had beef with some electricians over there. So somebody went in there and all the electrical shit inside of this box and took a shit in the box that's out of pocket and nobody knows where it is. There's just a box of shit just sitting over there we that's out of pocket and nobody knows where it is.

Speaker 3:

There's just a box of shit just sitting over there. We're just like ugh, that's not fun. That's not the way I'm going to get back at anybody.

Speaker 1:

I'm not going to take a shit.

Speaker 3:

That's just some like. That's like some meth head shit, that's just like some weird shit, like who the fuck squats over a box to take a shit, to take shots at somebody?

Speaker 2:

Weirdos do that weirdos do that, man, unfortunately. Oh man, that's gross. So you know you get in topic, I'll get in the next one so um dickhead move, that is a dickhead move.

Speaker 3:

People do that all the time and people are petty as fuck, and when you take a shit in somebody's shit, that's uh ultimate petty in my opinion. Yeah, so uh, on to some other news. Um, a florida law blocking treatment for transgender children is thrown out by a federal judge. Apparently the scientists a lot of these like bullshit, as laws are always coming out of florida, alabama, it's all something like bible states or like some down where they're just like oh, this is not like, christian like or whatever. So apparently they had a law that was banning like um, you can't, you can't have them pick, uh like not identify. They have to identify as a gender, like they have to so they can't identify as a non-binary?

Speaker 2:

no, they couldn't identify as non-binary. No, they couldn't do that.

Speaker 3:

That was a law put in place, or they couldn't be like I'm they them. No, you have to say I'm male or female so that you can use male or female bathroom or whatever. You couldn't do that identity stuff Because you know they're trying to pander to like Christians or whatever. So like, oh yeah, this is like not what God wanted.

Speaker 2:

Like not what god wanted, like you know you can't pick any of this shit, so you got to pick what the two genders are. Christians are hella lame, no one likes you.

Speaker 3:

So there was a lot basically put in place to ban, uh, the ability to identify yourself as something other than male or female okay, even though there's like way more important pressing matters going on, oh yeah, that we could be worried about.

Speaker 2:

But let's, let's worry about people how and how they identify. Gotta get the votes, man, gotta get those christian votes.

Speaker 3:

God damn it get the votes. So a? Uh this is in fort lauderdale, uh, florida, which is by ap news. Uh, this article a federal judge on tuesday struck down a 20 and 20 2023 florida law that blocks gender affirming care for transgender minors and severely restricted such treatment for adults, calling the statute unconstitutional. One of the whole little bathroom, you know something? That was the law that was put in 2023. Okay, senior Judge Robert Hinkle said the state went too far when a bar transgender minors from being prescribed puberty blockers and hormonal treatments with their parents permission. He also stopped the state from requiring that transgender adults only receive treatment from a doctor and not from a registered nurse or other qualified medical practitioner, and he barred a ban on online treatment for transgender adults. Hinkle said transgender people are constitutionally entitled to the legitimate treatment they need and quote the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr compared to those who oppose it, to those who were once against it equality for minorities and women, and this is quote.

Speaker 3:

Some transgender opponents invoked religion to support their position, just as some invoke religion to support their racism or misogyny. Hinkle wrote in his 105-page decision Damn. So he basically threw the whole thing like dude, you guys are saying the same shit back in the day with racism and misogyny. You know laws against women. Like you didn't want women to vote, um, you didn't want black people to vote. You like all like this is the same type of shit that you're just trying to pull out in 2023, 2024, with transgenders. Like you're just trying to block people from being people. Like why can't they just do? Why can't you just treat them like human beings, like you're? You're treating them like subhuman beings because they don't. They don't fit your profile of like. What is your standard?

Speaker 2:

and here's my question.

Speaker 2:

I have a question for you my own fucking business for the people that are like okay, so if you're, if you find yourself transgender, then you see, then it's like a, it's a form of mental health. Now, why would you deny now, if you see it as a form of mental health issue or like um problem, like a like, if you're seeing gender dysmorphia as like a mental health problem, why would you deny care for that person? Right, it doesn't make sense. No, because at the end of the day, regardless of what you like or agree with or don't agree with, if you see a person with a mental health issue, you you should want to help them at the end of the day, correct or no, of course. So it's just, it's really weird because there's, there's republicans out there that are like trans people. Trans doesn't exist, it's, it's all mental health problems and it's all just crazy people and it's all just crazy people and it's like, if that's the case, if you do believe that, then they should be receiving help. Why are you doing?

Speaker 3:

things like this, making it more difficult to receive help. It's weird.

Speaker 2:

Well, I think the way they look at mental health is like oh, if you're anti-Christian you have a mental health injury, like yeah, if you don't believe in God, then you're crazy, like you're crazy. Like I don't think that's how that works, buddy.

Speaker 3:

Like they never. I mean mental health issues is literally generalized for everybody.

Speaker 2:

It doesn't matter what you are, to an extent, every goddamn person has some form of mental health problem?

Speaker 3:

Yeah, whether you're full-on Christian, whether you're atheist, whether're satanist, whether you're whatever. Don't believe in shit. Yeah, any gender like mental health thing is just a fucking mental health thing. Yeah, it's not like oh, because you identify as this, like oh, you're all of a sudden you're a mental health problem and not only that, but you're right, like, like what you're saying. So why don't you like helping them out? If you feel like it's an issue, if you truly— A mental health issue.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, you know, like you know, I don't understand that Aren't you a Christian?

Speaker 2:

you know, yeah, aren't you—doesn't your God teach you to love thy neighbor?

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Unless they're trans, of course. If they're trans, I don't love them at all.

Speaker 3:

I hate their guts. As a matter of fact, you know I feel really bad for trans people because it's not fucking fair. It doesn't make any sense. Not only is it not fair, but it's like fuck. I'm sure there's a lot of people that identify as being trans and probably what a lot of them what they want the most and I'm not speaking for all trans people but they just want to be regarded as a normal person just like me or you just like dude.

Speaker 1:

I'm just another person normal that's.

Speaker 3:

I just want to feel normal. So then you have.

Speaker 2:

But then you have people that are like hyper they're just like hyper, hyper conservative, to a point where it's like, yes, if you're not fitting into this cookie cutter, um, this cookie cutter outline, then you're fucking damaged. You're crazy, you're bad, you're part of the problem, you're poisoning the children, it just sucks.

Speaker 3:

Uh, you're the devil, it's yeah and all of that, but they're also, I feel like they're also getting like hyper, like hyper attention to where it's like everybody's like oh, like, like they can't even like.

Speaker 3:

They're like walking on pins and needles like talking to them you can't do anything like I have a friend and they have like one of their closest friend is trans and like it's funny because, like when we're all, when I was hanging out with my my buddy and his like trans friend and all his other buddies, like that person, it wasn't even like there was no like conversation about trans shit right and someone didn't mention.

Speaker 2:

So what do you think about this law?

Speaker 3:

oh, no, not only were we like we're not bashing this person about trans, but we also weren't like oh you know we support trans, like doing all this ultra supportive stuff. It was just like you're just a regular person.

Speaker 2:

We're just all here talking shit and I'm sure there's trans people out there that don't want to get political.

Speaker 3:

No, they don't. They just want to be treated like. They just want to shoot the shit out of everybody else, Whatever the fuck they feel like on the fucking inside.

Speaker 2:

They want to be treated like on the outside. That shouldn't be a polarizing topic. We shouldn't be worried about where someone's using the bathroom.

Speaker 2:

Now if someone is being raped or molested or something like that. We will cross that bridge when the time comes. But as far as this weird fixation on laws specifically regarding trans people and shit like DeSantis and what's going on in Florida, it just there's more important things going on in Florida. Like aren't you guys worried about like one of your beaches being like eroded from like a hurricane? Like there's more pressing shit going on in Florida than these trans laws that are coming from just conservative beliefs. It's why are we wasting like effort towards this when, in reality, if you just treat everyone like a fucking human, we can get on to the next problem here, you know.

Speaker 3:

So I thought that that's. What was cool about it is that during the whole time, we're all hanging out. We didn't bring up trans anything. We're all just talking shit to each other like normal people, like it was like, and I'm sure, like there's a lot of trans people that have to deal with a lot of people like oh you, they gotta walk on it. Oh, like, like I'm I'm just wanting to let you know I'm pro-trans like there's the opposite side of that too, right, not only people being super negative, but also people being like hyper, like.

Speaker 2:

Too supportive. I'm too much of an ally Like bro. Just treat me normal and chill Like dude, like just chill dude. It would be hella weird for someone to come to a party and be like I'm not racist.

Speaker 3:

I want you to know I voted for obama twice. It's like, it's like hell. Here's bro, I'm human. Yeah, you might just go come at people like, look, hey, dude, I'm cool, I'm cool black people, I'm hella cool like shut the fuck up, are you cool or not?

Speaker 2:

immediately makes me think you're not cool.

Speaker 3:

Black people, exactly, exactly and so it's like having hella points of like oh, this is what I did.

Speaker 2:

Like, yeah, I volunteer on the weekends I'm a big brother to black people I'm just like dude, shut the fuck up like you can definitely be overly supportive and it comes off negatively. So so definitely, uh, I'm sure the majority of the time motherfuckers just want to be treated like humans, regular fucking people, not like. Don't put them on pedestals or anything like that. Don't treat them differently. Everyone wants to just be treated equal right.

Speaker 3:

Am I crazy? No, I mean, come on, dude, we're talking about this all the time that should be the normal, bro. How hard is it?

Speaker 2:

It's extremely hard. We're literally making laws trying to fucking make people feel even worse about themselves.

Speaker 3:

Exactly so. Um, senator Judge Robert Hinkle said the state went too far when they're barred, and that was his quote. This stuff has been going on for other minorities back in the day for women, it's true, it's very true For African Americans, and this is the stuff that's going on right now. People just want to be treated like people. So this is my quote from him as well. Transgender opponents are, of course, free to hold their beliefs. This is my quote from him as well. Transgender opponents are, of course, free to hold their beliefs, but they are not free to discriminate against transgender individuals just for being transgender.

Speaker 3:

In time, discrimination against transgender individuals will diminish is long, but it tends to bend towards justice. Okay, so you know what I mean. I like that.

Speaker 2:

I appreciate it. It's unfortunate that, like we're even at this point where this has to be a constant topic, you know it should just be like. I mean, we're facing a fucking housing crisis. By the time the majority of millennials retire, there's not going to be a retirement and we're over here making laws, fucking specifically making trans people's lives harder. It doesn't fucking make sense, people. But again, this is why we are here to tell you to fucking vote. So motherfuckers like this don't get into office and waste everyone's time with bullshit laws like this.

Speaker 3:

There's, like you said. Like seriously, that's why you should vote Like DeSantis. Like how many corrupt multi-billion dollar companies are out of Florida. Tons Like in Texas, the dude in Texas. How many like rolling blackouts. All your citizens in the damn state have to deal with rolling blackouts for like weeks.

Speaker 2:

Anytime there's a big storm coming, anytime there's a heat wave coming, texas energy grid fucking falls off the map.

Speaker 3:

They fail, it fails.

Speaker 2:

That is your state, your governor you should be electing someone who A doesn't give a flying fuck about whether someone's going to have an abortion or not. Who gives a fuck? Why are you bribing people to tell on people about if they're having abortions? We should be trying to fix roads and get our infrastructure up, so where, if there is a, a storm or a heat wave coming, all the fucking power doesn't just turn off. Right, you cocksucker. But no, no, no, let's worry about abortions, you don't sad about.

Speaker 3:

That's more important. You don't sad about all that. I think it's they're doing it because they're doing it to get a vote. So it's like that's what people want. Well, it's what's that base.

Speaker 2:

It's what that side. It's what that conservative Republican wants.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, it's unfortunate If somebody came like look, we need to fix the power grids. We need to do that in Texas. We need to fix the power grids. We need to treat transgenders equal. That dude will get burned on the cross they would throw my guy.

Speaker 2:

They would throw my guy in a mental institution. They would throw my guy in a mental institution. They'd be like Jesus. They didn't allow this. They would baptize him on stage with holy water. Yo, as he's talking Like he's the devil, Jesus, that freed the Jews God.

Speaker 1:

While the.

Speaker 3:

Jewish people in fucking Israel are fucking like murdering kids.

Speaker 2:

Just genocide openly and America's over here just supporting it like that.

Speaker 3:

That just came full circle in like some fucked up way like I don't fucking get it.

Speaker 2:

I don't get it, dude. Life is fucking bullshit. I used to be religious. I used to be very, very religious. I used to too, and then I woke up one day and was just like what the fuck am I doing? It's not just that, but like it hasn't done shit for me.

Speaker 3:

Cancer to society it's cancerous when people use in the wrong way, because most people do yes they do. That's the problem when I used to be, when I used to be really, really, really religious, I would always look in a situation like this what would jesus do? And by that, in my head, it was a person that always stood up for the weak, stood up for the poor.

Speaker 2:

Never judged anyone.

Speaker 3:

Never judged anybody. Nobody needs to be judged. He was hanging out with the strippers and the poor.

Speaker 2:

He was hanging out with literal whores and poor people.

Speaker 3:

He was washing their feet. Yes, so the ideology of this Jesus Christ person was very appealing to me because I was like, okay, you want to be symbolic of a person that never judges anybody, only wants to give no judgment. You know what I'm saying, and so, like I wanted to, kind of, so that's where I fell into that.

Speaker 2:

That's what you wanted to embody.

Speaker 3:

That's what you wanted to embody.

Speaker 2:

I have a false sense of fucking pride and I'm gonna lord that over everyone.

Speaker 3:

All of a sudden, yeah, everybody's taking it like I'm on the high horse and you're a peasant and I'm like that, literally, literally doing, like you're literally doing some other christian.

Speaker 2:

You just became like all of a sudden. You're like a form of royalty now yeah, so then you can kick your nose up. It's like you're a lord of a state estate now, or something everyone that's like a sinner is like below you like jesus only.

Speaker 3:

People need to understand jesus only hang out with sinners. Yeah, he only hang out with sinners. He's not sitting there hanging out. The motherfucking betrayed his ass and he got hung on a cross. He got nailed to a cross by one of his homies literally. You know what I mean.

Speaker 2:

So it's like and if it was a good friend, if it wasn't a piece of shit friend, that probably wouldn't have happened. But he only hung out with the scoundrels and shit.

Speaker 3:

If he was Jesus Christ, you should have had him struck by lightning and be like you can zap twice.

Speaker 2:

From the foot up. Where was God at? Why didn't he fucking save his son? Fucking absent father piece of shit. He was writing letters to Santa Claus Because he's fucking fake like Santa Claus.

Speaker 3:

You hit the nail on the head, but I'm saying like people should be found.

Speaker 2:

If you're going to be following that ideology, like you should be following it in that way, you should and treating people equal, and not easier for me to kick my nose up at centers though it's way easier for me to just kick my nose up at center. Then you know I'm gonna do that you know what's funny about that?

Speaker 3:

huh in the all those people in the bible. They're going to hell. You guys are all going to hell, dude, like by your own religion your own definition.

Speaker 2:

You would be. You'd be going to hell, the first or second level of dante's inferno.

Speaker 3:

You'd be there you're done.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, like you can't even as a matter of fact, no heretics who preach the the word, but then sit there and yeah they don't actually live it. You're like on level four or five. You're pretty deep there they're down. You're like two levels above the coldest part of hell.

Speaker 3:

Nobody likes you. You're actually worse. If there's 10 levels, they're like eight or nine.

Speaker 2:

They're really, really low down there. Yeah, you're like by people that betrayed their fucking.

Speaker 3:

Like, you follow ideology and you go negative against it and believing it hard under the assumption that it's the right way.

Speaker 2:

The adulterers are up higher than you.

Speaker 3:

I think they're seen in a higher light than y'all like that when they say, don't cast the first stone, like they're throwing boulders at people. That's what they're doing in florida.

Speaker 2:

That's what the tonsils is bro. I don't know what it is about. Like, I mean that deep south conservative conservatism conservatism like religion, religiousness, but it's a special type of. You're not as good as I am because I believe in jesus and jesus will save me. You know what's?

Speaker 3:

coincidental about that? Save me, you know what's coincidental about that? What? When you look at the schools, they're on the lowest totem pole when it comes to schools, bro, so they're dumb as fuck.

Speaker 2:

What's the best way to look the bottom 10? If I'm in the south and my school's in the bottom 10, what's the best way to make sure we're not seen in the bottom 10 anymore? Let's get religion everywhere let's get religion in every school. Let's just keep it there. Let's let's throw away all the books in every school that's what they're trying to do that's what they're trying to do single-handedly.

Speaker 2:

They're just trying to make everyone else as dumb as them. Stop it, guys. If you want to make your own little, little, little little uh, what is it called a state? If you want to make your own state burn, by all means don't fuck up all of america, because you guys are weird.

Speaker 3:

Okay, just be stupid and keep to yourself if you're gonna be, if you want to be a, I'm gonna tell you right now if you want to be a real christian, you need to read 10 devil's books, which probably by einstein newton's. You know stuff about real world shit. Read 10 of those books and if it doesn't flip you, okay, then then you're God. But don't just sit there and be like I'm throwing it away Cause it's it's. It's burn the books off top. It's teaching me shit. It doesn't agree with what you're fucking.

Speaker 3:

You need to read two math books, psychology books, it's impossible Philosophical books.

Speaker 2:

They didn't even finish the math. Come on dude, they just scribbled in them like children. They tried to use it as a coloring book.

Speaker 3:

If you can question your whole shit and then go back, more power to you, but if you're not questioning it. I question it and when I questioned, it.

Speaker 2:

I was like hold on, bro, this actually doesn't make any sense. So, let's get on to some more LGBTQ plus news. Plus news over in Pakistan. It's going down. If you are a Pakistan person, do not open a gay club out there. Okay, keep that shit over here or anywhere but Pakistan, because a man reportedly being held in a psychiatric institution by local authorities after attempting to create pakistan's first gay club. The individual, who has not been named, was reportedly detained and imprisoned in the psychiatric hospital after applying to create a business in abadabad.

Speaker 1:

how would you pronounce that?

Speaker 3:

abadabad abadabad, not abadabad. That's exactly what I want to pronounce abadabad.

Speaker 2:

Kedavra, avada, kedavra. An application filed to the deputy commissioner of northern Pakistan city reportedly said the club would have beenatively named lorenzo gay club, lgc. Uh. Would have strict rules about sex on the premises, which is good, because that's the first thing super religious people are going to be like I mean you shouldn't have a sex at a club anyway.

Speaker 3:

So I mean that should just be.

Speaker 2:

I'm not gonna say that I'm not going to say that. I'm not going to say that as a person who has definitely had sex outside multiple times in my life. I'm not going to say that it's not legal If you're at a club. Oh, I didn't say it was legal. It's not legal to pee outside, but I've done it multiple times in my life. It's not right to do it. It's not right to do anywhere in America. It's not right to do anywhere.

Speaker 3:

I'm talking about regular sex, sex in general at a club. It should not be done at the club. That's all I'm saying.

Speaker 2:

Given the situation, if situations provide themselves.

Speaker 3:

If everyone's a willing participant, sneaky deaky.

Speaker 2:

To clean up your mess after the fact. Don't leave a mess for the workers after the fact. That's what I say.

Speaker 3:

That's what I say. Don't be the middle clever, like take it to outside of the bathroom, side of a dumpster, side of a dumpster. You know it's fine.

Speaker 2:

That's fine, I'll get more into it. A clearly visible notice on the wall would warn no sex on the premises. The application reads this, something that conservative people would be saying. A lot of laws are gonna get broken there. So homosexuality is currently illegal in Pakistan under the 1860 Penal Code, which criminalizes the act of carnal knowledge against the order of nature. The fuck does that? Even that's crazy, like the carnal knowledge against the order of nature, and was introduced by the British during the colonial period. Damn the Brits. No one likes y'all. All you do is ruin every other country, so real quick.

Speaker 2:

The last little part after the application, which abba abadabad's deputy commission commissioner has said is under review, like any other proposal leaked to social media. The individual was reportedly arrested and transferred to sar sarah had hospital for psychiatric review, where he stayed since the 9th of May. Oh my God Damn. January, february, march, february, april, may Damn, he's been there for like a month. What day is it today? Yeah, he's been there for a month. Legit, that's fucked up, speaking to the age prior to his transfer to the psychiatric hospital Peshawar.

Speaker 2:

The individual said he wants everyone's human rights to be defended and I quote I have started the struggle for the rights of most neglect, for the most neglected community in Pakistan, and I will rise, or I will raise my voice in every forum.

Speaker 2:

He said Dude, I butchered that, I'm sorry, let me restart that. One said dude, I butchered that, I'm sorry. Um, let me, let me restart that one, and I quote I have started the struggle for the rights of the most neglected community in pakistan and I will raise my voice in every form. He said if the authorities refuse, then I will approach the court and I hope that, like the indian court, the pakistani court will rule in favor of gay people. Homosexuality was decriminalized in India after a five judgment constitutional bench overturned a Supreme Court decision on a Jihar v Union case in 2018, striking down the provisions of a similar penal code to Pakistan's so hats off to that guy, you know okay they said that they wouldn't release his name, but I'm pretty sure that a name was said like uh, uh, let me see, hold on pashwar in a in hospital and oh no, that that's a place, that's a, that's a place in pakistan.

Speaker 2:

Pashwar, pashaar is a place. So they did interview the individual, but they didn't name him. Yeah, um, so that's good, I guess, to protect his rights, even though you told what hospital was, so someone could like firebomb that hospital I always feel like if you're gonna go to like india or pakistan or like, that's a place where I wouldn't want to open a gay club. No offense to the people there, but it's not exactly it's illegal, literally in pakistan.

Speaker 2:

You know why I wouldn't open a gay club in pakistan? Because it's illegal. The marriage is illegal, not opening the club, I mean they threw him in to a mental hospital, yes, for a month. So it might not be illegal, but it's frowned upon. So that's where I wouldn't ever want to start. A gay club is a place where it's illegal and they actually said it's pertaining to an 1860 penal code for Pakistan, so it's actually illegal. The carnal knowledge of nature that's what that meant.

Speaker 2:

So you're going against God himself by being gay apparently yeah, this.

Speaker 3:

This is also in a place where rape culture for women is really high and also for children. And they, they, those two, those two groups have no fucking voice when it comes to being abused dude the size of the size of balls of this guy to go to a place where it's illegal Like there's a fucking penal code, bro, like you said, like women and rape culture is high, high as hell. And let me just put this out there I have nothing against Indian people at all. I fucking love Indian food. I love Indian.

Speaker 2:

Real quick side note the rape culture is so high. There is a video of this lady who was doing an interview interview in a with a group of just indian mofos like uh, indiscriminate, I don't know what part of india was I don't remember if the lady was indian or if she was a white lady, but anyways, the light went out somehow on the camera because it was nighttime. It, like the camera malfunctioned as soon as the lights went out. They immediately started assaulting this lady, like grabbing her breasts and shit.

Speaker 2:

I'm no joke bro, no joke like to the point where she was like yelling, like get the fuck off me type of shit, like so, like bro, women do not have a voice in that culture. So to try and open a gay club in Pakistan, bro, straight up, you got balls of steel.

Speaker 3:

but there's like you know what's crazy about that, like it takes people to take that type of risk to stand up for something that they believe in. You know, there are a lot of people back when integration was happening or segregation was happening, and there was a lot of people that stood up for African-Americans back in the day and put their own livelihoods at risk and a lot of.

Speaker 2:

Bernie Sanders. He's one of them. You can see this nigga being carried away.

Speaker 3:

Exactly, and they didn't have to do that. You know what I'm saying. Like, this guy didn't have to open up a gay club, he could have just did he could have just lived his life on the under bro, A gay. Had a speakeasy gay. How to speak easy gay club bro. I'll tell you right now. Not, you can go to hamas. You can go to like israel. You can go to like the most anti-gay country. The most anti-gay country. I bet you there's hell of gay people there undercover as three billion percent.

Speaker 2:

Come on, dude, dude, you constantly hear of stories of like the, the boy schools and girl schools. It's all just gays and lesbians there. Dude, you don't just suddenly stop being horny when you're just around a bunch of dudes, or just a bunch of chicks only so like wait a minute.

Speaker 3:

Oh yeah, so you're telling me.

Speaker 2:

All those people who went to those you know say it was a private school oh yeah, you know, all boys school, all girls school, yeah, gays in there, you're telling me, when you're an adult, you're not still living that lifestyle.

Speaker 3:

No, Come on, bro, Remember that one dude that he went to. He was doing a whole church thing and he's like I'm not gay. And he was like he was saying that hella gay, like like hella flamboyant, he's like I've been saved, I've been saved, I'm not gay. No more.

Speaker 2:

I'm like you, gay as fuck dude, you're definitely still gay and you have always been gay. You're not going to be anything but gay, for sure.

Speaker 3:

But you're trying to act like you ain't gay, like dude, just be gay.

Speaker 2:

People care. Obviously these people in Pakistan care enough to throw a dick in a milk still institution. We have gay conversion camps in America. Someone cares here, somebody gives a shit. We gotta stop, we gotta stop. We gotta stop. We gotta stop with these boys and girl camps because they're not healthy. We constantly hear of stories of the kids being abused, they're raped, they're killed there. Um, we gotta stop these gay conversion camps again abused, raped, killed. Got to stop these fucking weird things where we're sending kids off to places with adults that we don't fucking know Right. Maybe that would be like a step in the right direction. Maybe parenting and continue to parent, you know, even if you have a problem child, instead of just sending them off because they're a problem Maybe that's not the best course of action.

Speaker 3:

Here's the thing People need to understand People need to understand.

Speaker 2:

You're just going to send your fucking child off to the abyss, my nigga, and just hope they're okay Like they deserved it. They were a handful when they were home.

Speaker 3:

They deserved it. Like what, with a bunch of priests like rubbing their hands together, like, oh yeah, I'm like dude this is fucking madness.

Speaker 2:

Why do we do this as a culture? It's madness and it's normal to do. If you have the means to do it, you're supposed to send your kid off. That's the smartest thing to do.

Speaker 3:

Why waste your time parenting? Just send your kid off. Somebody else will teach him a lesson Exactly what the fuck, what the fuck just send your kid off, somebody else will teach him a lesson exactly what's wrong with you.

Speaker 2:

There's so many people that shouldn't be parents out there.

Speaker 3:

Oh yeah, I'm gonna send you to this drill sergeant. He's gonna. He's gonna tell you what I should have told you, yeah the dumbass.

Speaker 2:

This other adult's gonna do the things that I should have done my goddamn self. Like what? No, you couldn't just handle an awkward moment, awkward couple of sessions with your child that you had your damn self Let me ask you this what's up?

Speaker 3:

Speaking of which, what's what's key? What do you think, what do you think key components of a good parent should be like? For real.

Speaker 2:

Okay To be completely honest with you not putting your hands on your child right To be completely honest with you not putting your hands on your child, having an understanding that I myself was your age once. I made those same mistakes and that needs to go into your head before you decide to be angry or upset or disappointed or frustrated. You need to think about that before you even approach your child.

Speaker 3:

That would be good parenting your child's thinking in the mindset of a child.

Speaker 2:

Exactly. Their outlook is very. They have no worldview outside of a little couple of years that they've been on this life. When they're 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, they don't know a goddamn thing outside of that little bit of life that they've learned. And if they haven't volunteered or if they're not in a church going to places trying to help impoverished people, they don't see anything out of that little bubble. So you can't necessarily be angry that they're making mistakes because they have no experience whatsoever. But I'm not a parent. So when a kid makes a mistake, like, say, they cheat on a test or something, how would a good parent handle that situation?

Speaker 3:

I don't know how a good parent would handle that situation per se, I mean, I'm a parent, I mean, but it just goes to the point. I think children do make mistakes. Definitely, I think, as a parent, I have a question for you.

Speaker 2:

I have a question for you. Say, one of your children got in trouble and they had a note that got sent home with them and they were supposed to have the parents read it, sign it and bring it back. Now, instead it's obviously something saying they got in trouble in class, there being a problem, something like that, something not good. So instead of giving that to you, they forge the signature and they bring it back to the teacher. The teacher obviously sees the signature as fucking chicken scratch, tells you, as a parent, how do you handle that situation?

Speaker 3:

I would just have a real conversation with my kid like, first off, you didn't have to forge a signature, you could just come up to me and let me know what happened.

Speaker 2:

Like, just tell me what happened the reason why I did that was because I was scared to tell my parents. I get that, I understand that and, as a result, my punishment was getting my ass whooped for doing it. I get that, which is what I was trying to avoid the whole time. Well, here's the thing.

Speaker 3:

Here's the thing. The thing with my kids is it's funny, hunter. The thing with my kids is they're they're too brutally honest. Okay, I kind of groomed them that way to where I told them like, look, you're never going to get in trouble for telling the truth. Okay, and we can always have, like if there's a problem, we can always have a real-to real conversation. But I'm never going to sit there and be like you're fucking up or any of this, like we're just talking, like you're going to make a mistake. You're a kid, you know. I'm saying like I don't want you to be comfortable to tell me anything happened, whether it's bad or good, and we're just gonna, we're gonna work through it. Parent to kid. I'm not gonna sit there and be like y'all, you're fucking up, bro, I'm gonna whip your ass, or like like I want my kids to be comfortable to be. So now, my kids are just brutally honest. They'll'll be like yeah, I don't fucking, yeah, I fucking did that.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, I fucking, it's not bad stuff, it's like yeah, yeah, I left that fucking empty box in the cupboard. It's just small shit. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But they kind of have that comfort level to where they can actually like just keep it real, be honest, and it doesn't have to be a little white lie.

Speaker 3:

And I always, like I'm gonna have a conversation with you like real to real, no judgment. I'm just gonna tell you as a parent but I'm not gonna down you at all right, like we're just gonna talk as human beings, like I talk to my kids like they're adults and for the most part as children.

Speaker 2:

When we're, when we find out and we understand that we're finally in trouble, we already feel bad as it is our.

Speaker 3:

I understand they're kids dude. Yeah, kids don't know shit.

Speaker 2:

They don't even be thinking. They're learning, bro, like yeah like dude you're, you're fucking.

Speaker 3:

Your brain is still developing. I'm just thinking when I'm a kid like my, the way I process and did things, and now thinking about the same shit when I'm a dog, I'm like that was stupid, but when I'm a kid I'm like that was smart. That's a good idea that's a great idea.

Speaker 2:

You know what I'm saying. I was so short-sighted, I didn't think about the future. When I was a child I didn't even kind of ask that. Yeah, I mean, you just got to understand that kids, you don't think about repercussions you just got to understand.

Speaker 3:

This is where parents fuck up. They they forget that they expect their kids to think the way they're thinking as an adult.

Speaker 2:

It's a fucking kid dude. Logically, Exactly. It's not the way you go.

Speaker 3:

I think the way you need to go is to have like look, you made the mistake and this is where I think you know. This is I understand why, where you made this mistake and I'm not judging you for it, but this is why it led up to this being a bad idea and that's it. Just leave it at that and be like look, just go about your day Like we just had the conversation. You understand that right.

Speaker 2:

Like it's good, like this is where I remember that ass whooping I got for doing that I'm not going to do the ass whooping Like.

Speaker 3:

I'm done with ass whoopings. I started with ass whoopings. I started with ass whoopings before Because it's what you knew growing up. That's what I knew growing up and you know what. They're still gonna make mistakes like I can't conversate your. You can't conversate your kid they're still gonna make mistakes.

Speaker 2:

But even if you're whooping their ass, they're still gonna make mistakes dude.

Speaker 3:

Your kid just needs to know that you're in their corner at all times and it's all good yeah, all good.

Speaker 2:

Oh, let me ask you this. It's all good. I've always wanted to ask how would you handle finding out your child is a legitimate bully, like a school bully? How would you handle that as a parent? Cut that shit out.

Speaker 3:

I don't fuck with that shit. I would just let them know, Like, if I've built that rapport, I've been bullied. No, you're not going to be a bully If I've built that rapport with my kid to where, like, we can have real conversations and like you could tell me everything.

Speaker 2:

I would want to know where it comes from, and I'm not going to judge you.

Speaker 3:

Well, none of my kids are bullies.

Speaker 2:

I'm asking hypothetically if you had a bully for a child.

Speaker 3:

I would tell them cut that shit, the fuck out right now.

Speaker 2:

Fair enough, I would also tell them the same thing. But I would want to get to the bottom of it, like, is it something I'm doing to you?

Speaker 3:

Is it something your don't need to be doing?

Speaker 2:

some parents are too like like there's one half of being like ultra abrasive when you're whipping your kid's ass and there's another half to where you're like you're coddling, you're too coddling like I, I, your child picks up on that and it's like, oh, I'm never gonna get in trouble for being a being a little shit.

Speaker 3:

Oh, I try to balance both and be abrasive when it needs to be. That's where the cut that shit out comes into play.

Speaker 3:

That's where the cut that shit out. Like my kids already know, I don't fucking play. If I'm talking to you in a certain demeanor, you know I'm not fucking around, but at the same time you know I care and I will listen to you. And I will listen to you and let you talk. Well, I'll let you say your point. I'm not going to demean you at all. I'm going to listen to you, no judgment and I'll do my best to try to like guide you and like, okay, look, this is where you fucked up at, or this is where he fucked up at, or like this is where you can handle the situation a little better, moving forward, and then, like, just end it, like I just let it go after that.

Speaker 3:

It's like you just got to build this confidence in them to be able to talk to you. That's probably the main thing. A lot of parents don't build in confidence their kids able to comfortably like keep it real with them, because they're too scared of what the repercussions are. I try to like not have that in their heads, kind of thing. I see what you're saying, so, um, yeah, I'll tell them cut that shit the fuck out. And why the fuck are you bullying this person like, like you said what did I do? What are we doing like, why do you?

Speaker 1:

feel like you need to down somebody to make you feel better.

Speaker 3:

Yeah I didn't teach you that way, yeah, like shit.

Speaker 2:

Am I subconsciously downing someone in the house? Like how are you picking up on this? Like what the fuck is going on?

Speaker 3:

my daughters. They have some friends that are like really, really abrasive, like have bully-like tactics with other kids and they come and tell chloe and me about it and it's just like, and we're telling like, dude, fuck this kid, don't fuck with the fuck that kid. I say all the cuts around that, fuck that kid, don't fuck with that kid. And I tell my kids hey look, if it's a problem with some bully, you have full permission to haul ass. You get three days off, you get suspended. I ain't never going to give you no problem. You can beat they ass. I'm going to give them fuck Because I know you guys stand on good morals and you guys stand in a good place.

Speaker 2:

So if you guys need to haul off on somebody, see I think if I would have had my parents tell me that, I think I could have you know what I mean Could have navigated it a little easier in life, right?

Speaker 3:

But I didn't get none of that shit. By the way, this is some shit that I'm trying to form and I don't even dude. It's a whole learning shit.

Speaker 2:

You just try to do At least. You're trying to make a change from how you were grown up. You got another topic Because I got one more before we finish it off. I do All right, let's see.

Speaker 3:

Oh, this one's kind of this kind of brings up an interesting question. Okay, so this newfound woman was living in fear in a for-profit cell shelter excuse me, she was killed there. Um. So reina dove kept careful notes about her attempts to move out in a shelter in um downtown st john's what's the fuck is nl netherlands netherlands, where her mother says she was living in fear. On december 27th, her fears came true. She died there in the early morning, stabbed in the abdomen by residents uh, david quirk. Uh, dove's mother told a courtroom last month that her daughter's journals contained detailed entries of how afraid she was at the shelter, which was owned by a private landlord who was paid by the province to provide rooms to vulnerable people with nowhere else to live.

Speaker 3:

I kind of like that idea of like I don't know, because obviously this is a place where homeless people are being like. How do you feel about rooms or condos or whatever being paid for homeless people living on the streets? What do you feel about that? I like it. You like the idea. I like the idea there's also going to be a bunch of crazy motherfuckers in there. So how do you deal with like a bunch of crazy people living in a place like this. You got to have security.

Speaker 2:

As much as people like to be like oh, you brought everyone out of my business, or no guns. You got to have security Because I guarantee if there would have been a dude with like a baton or something walking around, or a chick with a baton could have beat that dude in a submission real quick.

Speaker 3:

Tase the shit out of him, damn. So in 2023, the landlords of this place were paid more than $2.7 million. I need to open a for-profit. A 55% jump in the previous year. So they damn near are.

Speaker 2:

They're raking in the dough. Raking in the dough. So, yeah, you can provide some security, you can provide some camera security and like an actual guard, like a 24-hour guard, for this, because that shouldn't have happened and that dude should have had some sort of intervention. I'm not even saying kick him out, because that's not necessarily fair, because the place is for people. You need to have some sort of rules, like a three strike rule where you got to get the fuck out if you're doing crazy shit like that. Yes, um, I don't know. I don't know, man, because it's, see, it's, it was a privately owned thing, so it wasn't a government entity itself. So you can't tell the person that they have the. You can't. That person doesn't have the right to just search rooms and things like that to avoid sharp objects from being brought into the place and weapons from being brought into the place. So it, it's, I don't know.

Speaker 2:

I think that I think the, the owner of the building, should be held liable in this situation and for situations like this in the future. They should be held liable because you know that there's going to be people, there's going to be not even riffraff, but there's going to be people that are like this, like the guy that stabbed this lady. What's the dude's name? It's at the top of the article. It's at the top. What's this piece of shit's name? I don't know. No, fuck it. Fuck him, this crazy piece of shit. I'm just going to call him that. Nobody's going to look him up.

Speaker 3:

He's probably already in jail.

Speaker 2:

You're an asshole and you deserve to be in jail, but at the same time, it's like you're also crazy, so it's like there should have been intervention for him. There should have's. Like you're also crazy, so it's like there should have been intervention for him. There should have been. Like he should have been going to therapy and not felt the need to even have a weapon around him in the first place. That's a good point. So it's like, if you're going to, maybe that should be like one of the rules. Like if you come here, you got to be court appointed or not court appointed, but like you have to be in therapy or something like, or group something where you're like you know, I don't know man there's ways to have prevented this, but you did nothing because you were raking in the dough and you don't give a fuck about your occupants, you care about your money coming in.

Speaker 3:

You said I have a space, I'll do it for government money. Money is government money, exactly.

Speaker 2:

Exactly so. It was government money, exactly exactly so. So you do the bare minimal because it's government money. You know there's going to be virtually no oversight, they're not going to require you to do anything, and then something like this happens and you're just.

Speaker 3:

You put your hands up like, well, there's crazy people there, so so be it so you feel like there should be uh evaluations before you're able to get this free I mean, dude, you should.

Speaker 2:

There should be an eval, you should be in therapy regardless. Yeah, maybe they should have a therapy session there, specifically where you have to go if you're going to actually live in that place where you have to fucking go yeah, and there should be some sort of rules, because things like this should not happen. This lady shouldn't have lost her life, and at the beginning of the article didn't it say like she had documented multiple yeah, she wrote.

Speaker 3:

She had wrote in her journal that the door to her floor didn't have a lock.

Speaker 3:

That's fucking crazy bro yeah and she wrote about feeling scared and unsafe and that she was desperate to be given a better place to stay. Her mother said since her death, media coverage has raised concerns about these shelters, and newfoundland and labor government has promised change. Two homeless encampments sprang up last year in st john's where many residents say they felt safer and tense than in for-profit shelters. Okay, let me tell you guys right this, right now there should not be for-profit shelters for real. Like, like, let me just like. Look, we have a government to where we, we pay taxes out the wazoo dude, and this is the netherlands. They pay taxes out the wazoo because healthcare is free over there. Yeah, so people are paying like 50% in taxes.

Speaker 2:

So you can definitely.

Speaker 3:

But even if healthcare is, free.

Speaker 2:

I'm pretty sure what therapy is part of healthcare.

Speaker 3:

Yes, so we should just be able to walk into a clinic, but then people that have mental issues out living on the streets they might not go seeking that stuff, oh, 100%.

Speaker 2:

A lot of the people in downtown Berkeley don't't want to help, don't go out seeking it and are comfortable living on the street because it's easier than, say, going to the ymca and having a curfew and having to get a job and having responsibilities, where you can live on the street and not have to worry about anything yeah, I feel like our our tax dollars are just being squandered, like we should be tackling the homeless problem number one.

Speaker 3:

There should be housing for homeless people, that's true, and it shouldn't be for profit at all. Like, like, these are our countrymen. Like, are you a patriot or not? These are countrymen. I agree that there should be a evaluation. Like, like, mentally, there's people on the streets that are just people that just lost their jobs, lost their homes because they can't afford to live out in california.

Speaker 3:

That's true, you know. I'm saying they have to go steal at a grocery store to feed their families because it's like three thousand dollars a month to live in a freaking house or apartment like shit is an apartment.

Speaker 2:

It's like three thousand a month that's three thousand a month.

Speaker 3:

An apartment like you got to be your poverty level. If you're making 100k a year, imagine making 0k a year. Right, you know I'm saying you're just a stand-up citizen. You know, you paid your dudes, you paid your taxes and there's no the government should. Our tax paying money has been wasted on so much shit. So people that sit there and be like, oh, we shouldn't be funding people's lives like that, like, uh, we shouldn't be doing on this. Like dude, you know how much shit our tax, our tax, is going to. We get tax free buying food. We get tax on our checks.

Speaker 3:

We get taxed for buying a house we get taxed for putting like everything gets fucking taxed anything you purchase in the us, aside from what, everything I mean.

Speaker 2:

There's a tax on literally the weed.

Speaker 3:

There's a tax on utilities, yeah, like everything is taxed, so there's billions of dollars being brought in from taxes, so there's no reason why the people that are running for office, congress or whatever, should be multimillionaires. But we can't erect, like some housing and like mental treatment for these people. You know what I'm saying? So Nothing housing and like mental treatment for these people.

Speaker 2:

You know nothing so nothing.

Speaker 3:

It just kind of diagnosed. It just kind of speaks to how screwed up everything and rest in peace. Uh, to dove her name, that's very sad, no locks on doors like that's the bare minimum, like come on, dude, you can't come on this is what I mean very little to oversight, so you can do virtually anything you want.

Speaker 2:

Speaking of literally virtually no oversight, okay, and I'm going to get into a topic where it's going to piss you off. You're a parent. Rise in sextortion of children prompts awareness campaign. Okay, fort Lauderdale LE A warning for parents from the national center for missing and exploited children about the rise in sextortion. Okay, I'm gonna get into what sextortion is.

Speaker 2:

Sextortion or sexual extortion is when a person is convinced to send explicit photos online and then threatened that images that the images will be made public if the victim doesn't pay up. The NCMEC said they are seeing an alarming number of cases against children, especially teenage boys, since 2021. There has been a more than 300% rise in cases of online enticement and this kind of harassment. Okay, and I can speak on this personally. Um, there's a subreddit dedicated to being sextorted. It's constantly. You hear people. I'm scared, I don't know what to do. Help guys, what do I do? Are you serious making posts and I'm just like I've. I've even commented a couple times like dude, I cannot fucking believe they. Just don't fucking. Just ignore it. Just ignore it. Don't worry, don't just ignore it. You know, like worst case scenario just lie and say it was ai generated bro, like male and female on this on the subreddit.

Speaker 3:

Uh, it's mostly males. It's mostly males are you serious?

Speaker 2:

guys are horny. Guys will send dick pics without thinking. As a dude who was fucking early 20s, I have done it. Luckily I've never been sextorted, shit like seriously it happens. You're just, you're horny, you're lonely and you're just somebody's asking you. Hey, it's the same thing of like how the fucking Nigerian prince gets so many old people. You're old, you're lonely, you're just wanting something to be real. Maybe this will get you out of your debt. You know the scammer that was scamming a bunch of like.

Speaker 2:

Maybe this hot chick is really talking to me, you know. And then you send your penis and now you know they ask you for a face pic or something. And now they got both of these. And now they're like, hey, you need to send me this amount. And then now they're hitting you up every month for like $300, $200. Some of the posts were saying that they had already sent money and now that they're asking for more, it's mostly males, though.

Speaker 3:

It's mostly males Because they get coerced into sending a dick pic from some chick that's gaming them supposedly.

Speaker 2:

Supposedly some chick that's gaming them. Mostly it's probably dudes. You're probably sending your dick pic to another guy. I'd be like, post it. I don't give a fuck, Thank you, I'll lie. I will straight up be like I'll lie about this whole thing. This is all made up. I'm like, hey, do what you want to do. I'll get in front of this shit and be like this is fucking fake, bro. Someone stole my identity and they're trying to fucking bribe me, right now.

Speaker 3:

Do you think anybody's going to ask you for like? Oh, let me check and double make sure Nobody's going to do that.

Speaker 2:

Thank you. As soon as you post that your identity was stolen, they're gonna be like oh okay, this is obviously all fake yeah, yeah, I mean I can go with you, I could.

Speaker 3:

I could cross google this and find you a million other things.

Speaker 2:

Thank, you, bro. This was ai generated. There's so many, I mean like that's crazy, though it's fucking scary, is what it is okay, so uh?

Speaker 2:

the ncmec just released a campaign to bring awareness and combat the issue. The video takes parents through the story of a 15 year old boy's exploitation online and shows them what starts as what appears to be an online flirtation and then turns into more. And when I was talking about myself, I said I was in my 20s, so I was an adult when I did, and I still did it. So kids are even more warning. The issue is getting so bad. Social media companies are stepping in to try to stop it. Instagram is now testing out a feature to blur nudity in direct messages Indirect Okay. To blur nudity in direct images. So if you're sending a direct message, like an image, to someone, they're trying to blur nudity, the feature will be turned on by default globally for teens under 18. The aim is to stop teens from being targeted in these scary and devastating scams. We are responding to calls, to reports, to children who are being extorted online. We have daily real life examples of children who are going through horrific experiences. That's why we thought it was so important to create this campaign to get attention of the parents, to get attention of the adults, so they recognize this new wave of crime facing our kids, says Michelle Delane, the president and CEO of NCMEC. One last thing In Broward County, the sheriff's office teamed up with school district at the end of last year to bring awareness to the problem.

Speaker 2:

They say that they are seeing at least five cases of sextortion a week and think the numbers could be much higher. There are warning signs. If someone has a strange online profile, asked to move to chat to a different platform or engages in sexual conversations quickly, they could be a scammer. Shout out to them for saying that, because again, that's shit. That's how I did it, luckily. Shit. I could have been sending my goddamn fucking dick to a fucking dude and luckily I just didn't get extorted as simple as that.

Speaker 3:

And that's as an adult.

Speaker 2:

That's how fucking grown up bro. So like children are susceptible to this, even more so. Oh, yeah, for sure, in theory, my, what is it called? Uh, what's that? That your frontal cortex should have been been developed enough to not fall for a horny fucking messages of anything, yeah, but like when you're young, this is the reason why people get catfished, dude it is.

Speaker 3:

You fall for the scheme, like the idea, like you see this other picture. That is true.

Speaker 2:

That's true. So it's hard to just be like wait a idea, Like you see this other picture. That is true, that's true.

Speaker 3:

So, it's hard to just be like wait a minute. Like no dude, that's true. Like you're trying to get your groove on. You're like, look, this is going to get me in the ballgame like for real.

Speaker 2:

Exactly, You're trying to get your groove back through that picture. You know what I'm saying. Back through that picture, and it is.

Speaker 3:

Then you get sex thwarted dude like some some chick on the other line or some dude or whatever is like, gave me all the stuff like, oh, like they. I don't know how long you spent weeks. I love you like, oh, my gosh it doesn't even take weeks, it's just one conversation for a dick pic. It just sounds so innocent dude. It wasn't even like it was like send me a dick pic. It was like oh baby, what baby? What are you doing today? Like how's your day? Like they make you go with them bro.

Speaker 3:

Then they slam you with that and you're like I trust this person.

Speaker 2:

Talk to your children about their online habits. Talk to them about this situation, because this is something that can happen and you don't want your kid being sex-storted. It is something that is clearly happening, and a lot to boys too.

Speaker 3:

I mean, that's not a conversation that's had between boys, because this is not like Chris. Chris Hansen had a whole thing about minor girls being predators. There's nothing for guys, dude. There's nothing for these boys, there's nothing to help us.

Speaker 2:

You gotta make them watch the video and see the repercussions of sending that dick pic. What could?

Speaker 3:

it could be you're 15 years old and your parents gonna be like, let me show you, guys this dick. But you're gonna be like, fuck up, maybe you gotta come at your kid like, all right, you want to be sextorted.

Speaker 2:

You know what you got to come at your kid like all right, you want to be sextorted.

Speaker 3:

You know what you come with your kid, like that your son with somebody. At least let them know. Look out for the signs, the red flags. If they're gaming you up and asking you for a dick pic, just use your brain Gaming you up asking you to go to another platform.

Speaker 2:

If someone yes, at least that Getting sexual off tops before you even get sexual. If it sounds too good to be true it is. Just tell them that, that type of shit, yeah, and at least when that happens they can be like wait a minute, instead of being like oh, okay, then they'll be checking off the lines mentally like wait a minute, that box is checked off, that box is checked off, this is it's gonna happen regardless.

Speaker 3:

Dudes are fucking. Students are horny. It's sad, sad, sick are fucking stupid. Dudes are horny.

Speaker 2:

Dudes are horny and dumb, it's sad, sad, sick, sad world, sick, sad world. Dudes are horny. It can't be undone, it's the truth of the situation. You know the truth. What can you do? Oh God, I failed. What do you mean you failed? I started it all the way up.

Speaker 3:

Sorry, I was supposed to ease into that everybody. You should have kept it up to like not keep it right there, no I call myself out when I fail. I cringe ah sorry guys, don't get sextorted, don't get sextorted, don't do it just fucking tell him to go fucked himself.

Speaker 2:

Post it. I'll lie, I don't give a shit.

Speaker 3:

I'll fucking say it's not me I'm gonna see my dicks who they're gonna believe some random fucking account or me dude if if you're 15 years old, only anybody that's fucked you has seen your cock, yeah. Otherwise nobody knows what the fuck that shit looks like. So who gives a fuck if you get a six-story?

Speaker 2:

That's not even me guys. I don't know where they got that from. That's not me. They're like oh yeah, let me verify, yeah, let me see your dick, bro.

Speaker 3:

your friends, they're weirdos or you can be like, or it could be like a reverse prayer. Be like oh, you want to see you start wearing a trench coat.

Speaker 2:

Um, everybody we love you. Don't get sex distorted. Talk to your children, your children. That's the key right there. I need to open a for-profit. What is that home thing? I need to open that myself bro.

Speaker 3:

No, you lose money because you'd be too gracious. I'd be too gracious you'd be too gracious.

Speaker 2:

We need mental health.

Speaker 3:

We need to put money here. Put money there Shit. I'm in the negative.

Speaker 2:

It would be for-profit then turn into non-profit.

Speaker 3:

I'd be just going zero at the end of the year, you would never be a politician, you were never going to make it.

Speaker 2:

Fuck bro, I'd be too poor, I'd last a year tops. But anyways, podcast at PC Principles. I swear to God, after we come back from our break, after we come back from our little vacay, we're going to fucking, we're going to go live people, and it's going to be on a Friday, and then we're going to record that episode. We're going to have that episode posted on a Monday, so you can see that podcast episode on that Monday, but we're going to record on Friday on YouTube. It's going to face of the madness yeah, yeah, yeah yeah, yeah, we love you, love you, thank you.

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