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Season 1, Episode 39 · 2 years ago

"Now We Have Murder Hornets" with Ray Jackson - The Basement Lounge: EP# 39

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...there's nothing going on, just me and my computer. I know, some time to amen. I got to see this shit at work. I walk through the office and it's just the you know, the the sales floor is empty and dark and nobody in the building. Yeah, I had to had to come in. I had to take my temperature. For some reason. My temperature was like six points something like. I'm a superhero there, if I don't know about and that's a you know, you have to wipe down everything and for the mask on, you know, this reading everything. So yeah, the world is the world is different. And now, since people don't want to stay in the house, we have murder Horn. It supread. That will be that will be garden to make sure you stay where you're supposed to like, that's go. I guess that's the new big thing this week. You know they're coming or it's like it's like I'm stopped. It's like God was saying, like I thought the plague was enough to keep your asses inside. Find who you got deadly bugs. Now, seriously, stay the fucking side. Yeah, shoot that will. Here are fifty net it's trying to shoot that. I see, you can stuff. That isn't that? The crew ironed this whole thing, this protesting and everything, and then I'm like you again, is no good a givest the murder horn it. So I'm like, why are you have a gun anyway? What? What is the gun supposed to do? I mean it, it almost takes the credibility away from your message. I'm like, I would listen to you, but I'm too worried about the gun. So it's just, man, it's it's it's different stuff, man, and I'm I've been watching things on TV that I would have never watch before. So it's just, you know, I don't I don't have a regimented sleeping time, but this, you know, that's where I had to get up and kind of try the regiment myself. Like the first few weeks. Man, it was like Waked up at ten, take a nap at three, watch TV till three in the morning, sleep again till about six in however else the random process would be, man, just each next like it's like a fat kid. Man, just it's the wild time and just incredibly boring, incredibly wild. Mentally. Out Put it like that. Yeah, I was before all this shit started. I was I was looking at apartments and looking to finally move back out and, you know, then this shit hit and I was like, all right, I'll hold off on that. I'm kind of glad I did, because I'll I kept thinking like man, if I if I had moved out and I was by myself every day, stuck at home, not able to guy, would have gone absolutely bad, shit crazy by now. Yeah, and I'm alone. But now I don't want this to sound did this. Let me said, I don't want to offend anybody, but I live next door for some Mexicans going to like I got like twenty roommates anyway, because there's always through lays or there's a baby crying and there's it sounds like a festival or something over there, because they got their music to hide. So yeah, it's like I'm alone, but there's always somebody there because and then below me there's an Asian lady that speak English, so I could say how to her. She just put Seppi every day that she's outside. There's an old, tired couple that you know, they just moved back from, think South...

Carolina. Very next couple, you know, we just it's American man, Black Guy, Asian Lady, hired liberals. You know, that's that's what I'm living with. So you, you, you do, you do work with with a lot of the youth in the area, and how is this kind of situation affected like how your job goes? Man? Well, really, I work. I work with subcontracted with job cort of dated and what's whole quarantine thing after or shelter, a place, the booky. It was like college. They all have to go back through there. You know it. We're staying. They resided at the job court. So basically, I think who it's like being like a like a telemarketer man, just trying to find young people and make sure that you're there, you know, hanging in there, the one doing things, and I'm trying to figure out how Google crash will work. So I could give them a feel, assign it to because they will work for me and still the how to be able to supplemit them with income based off some of the skills that they would learn. We would be to give him a stipend. So it always helped out. So it's just been a tricky time. Like I just got off the phone. I was trying to find one young lady who resides in to leave, though, and I finally got a hold. All the phones would disconnect. Finally got all the one that was her father and he said she knocked on my door and she says she was going to lakes or moving the Vegas. He said. I haven't seen the since, but I was just like food, Hey, I'm not going to even try to find out more information. Numb where I called it, they didn't ask. I said the TEX message. Their reply back. I don't know her. I don't know if I'm getting catfish. I don't know what's going on, man. I'm just I'm just trying to keep the shake coming in, man. So I got to document something. So somebody's going to lag because I don't know if they getting married, stripping. Don't know. I don't know. I don't think. I don't know how she's getting the Vegas. I don't know if it's a good time to be going the vegas right now. There's there's the same amount of David in Vegas as are are here. Very few. Yeah, probably. Let's you know, with the Casino and the tourist trade pull out there. So yeah, man, it's but it's a great time to fly if there's somewhere you could go. I saw where the the mayor of Vegas was talking about wanting them to go ahead, let us open up. Vegas will be. That will be the test group to see if this actually works. And I'm like, like, I know it's Vegas, but you really want to gamble with people's lives, like that's just the responsible lady. And it's it's been in and it's been an incredible time. I'm not really a political guy, but sometimes you just I watched the politicians in everything and it's incredible how they they moved to go clost from the number of depths all, from where it's started in March to where it is now. And I'm just by wo this thing. This keeps going up and up. They're like and what's the One guy who was? Jared Kushner? Man. Yeah, man, Sixtyzero died in you know, we feel that's it's a success. When I was live, I don't think he should have said that. Oh, I don't think that was boarding. Like Hey, me, only six thousand. We did pretty good. We did pretty good. We we since as people die,...

...guys, all right, good for y'all, good for everybody, good for everybody didn't die. Good for you. We lost them. We lost them. It's getting back. It's getting back. Yo, lost you. Yeah, I don't know what happy are we still good? Yeah, we're good, man, okay, but yeah, it's just to say, yeah, Sixtyzero people died, good for everybody, all right, could job everybody. We did it. Yeah, like, yeah, well, man. Yeah. So, you know, I'm just wondering what the next phase would be like. We have we're all in to the comedy and a lot of people learn to the music. How is good? How is live entertainment going to change from all this? Yeah, and I'm not afraid because it's like far as getting back on stage, and I know a lot of people got to be afraid, because I've done it where I've taken significant amount of time I'll stage and it's a it's a heck of a transition to get back up there and get going again if you never had the even even though I've done it, I know it's going to still take time to get my chops back. You know the type rope and everything, but if you've never had that experience in you're a looke new person or even maybe even older, it's it's going to be a wild riot for a while, man, and and and I'm like, I don't know if I'm ready to do a show. Looking at to the audience and everybody's got on the face mask, like a bunch of Ninjas out there something, because now I can't see who's laughing. Is hard to see facial expression. You know who's going to keep mask and during the show you know it just naturally it may come off or some people this in you can't. Can you even be socially distant in a club? Is it possible? I don't think it is, man. I think it's just the very nature of wanting to pack the house and have that close proximity because that's what helps the laughter get contagious or the excitement whatever event you're at I don't see how it would work. Yeah, because how can two people be, I mean I'm talking about comedy clubs right now, like, but any club. How can two people be, like if that's to say limited the two people at table, there's no table with a six part and list like this King Louie and his wifer. There's something I don't know. But yeah, it's going to be. It's going to be a tough transition, man. or or go to the bar and because you know, once we get a little alcohol, Ority know you've that, man, fuck that, Colona. Shit, man, I'm talking down here. I see look good. You know, it's it's a crazy time because I'm a I'm a little bit older, and I see people get upset at the younger generation and always say to myself, you know what, if I was in my mid twenty or younger or whatever, I would be the same, ignorant way though I would be, because you don't think about repercussions at twenty. What. has there ever been a group of twenty year olds that were like hey, maybe we should think this through? No, let's just do it. Whatever happens, that happens. You know. That's that's that's it's been that way off through like to me, that's so it's just going to be as this going to be a tough transition right now, man, but I just hope we all...

...can, you know, do what we need to do and hopefully this we could get a vaccine or something. You know, you something happens then that we can all look back on this and we use just like part of history and not be history. Yeah, it is, because, you know, this is the kind of stuff that you read about in your in your history tech books in school, you watch documentaries about but it, you know, when's the last time anybody, I mean this, this is something that will this will be talked about in history lessons. There will be entire college classes talking about the coronavirus outbreak of two thousand and twenty and like this is the first time that anybody in a couple of generations as had to actually like sit back and watch history happening. Like we're we are a part of history right now, and and that's not something that we're used to. We haven't had big, a big thing like this in a while. We've had big things happen that were kind of instantaneous. You know, you look at something like like n and eleven, like that was a big deal, but it was, oh, in one day and then, and you know, that's one day, this is months. is going to be an entire year of history, of human history. That'll be talked about for for I mean we're going to be in the same conversation as the Spanish flu, in the black plague at some point. Yeah, man, it's actual. It is just amazing with all the technology we have, how how borable we really are. It doesn't really even matter. And you know, I just I just want back to make it like twenty years from there. I could just be like yeah, that Shitbout, but there's some key. You were born doing that Shit. Look at the ever respousible parents. They hey, they fuck you out of boardom or something. And Cologne, he's Damn Cologne there. You know how they say the crack babies would be like damn colna babies don't want to do shit with their lazy ass. Is Born how a wedlock. You know, kiss my we're going to have another baby boom. It's going to happen in about nine months. been then, about November, we're going to be having another big ass baby boom. Yeah, with no jobs. Wow, this up them depressive states. The dollar, the dollars worth seventeen fit now, and you know, and then the top of off is doing an election, right. So now we got to election year. You know, we got we got another woman talk about I got broke thirty years ago and God, you know, we got people protesting with guns and you get work. Tiger team came out and that's I was like that, that's like before. I got black people standing in line for Jordan's even though this can't just you know this, it's just wild. It's just it's a different time. It's a bit it's you know, we we're here, man, will we are in the movie. That's what I tell people. We're in the movie. Be there, m you now watching it. You're in it. So there will, there will be a movie made about this and the next ten years, once this shit's over, once they're back to making movies again, there will be movies made about this. And I want the other movie industry going to change. You know, it's it's busy, going to be like the fit over here, over there. That you know, because we now we're just we're at the point where we're looking at like public health versus the comedy. You can't at this point. You can't have both right now, right.

So which one choose? And that's that's where the I think that's where the country is. Some people are like, we get it, we get to do what we get it to the stay healthy. And there's another group is like, Damn that, we to get out here and get this money moving again. We got to get this ton of me going. Somebody's got a diademic good look to you. So it's it's hard to it's hard to fault the folks who are looking at the economy side of things because at the end of the day, like the stuff that we need the money for, we still need the money. Like, like I'm more on the public health side of things, but I can also sit there and say, but I still need my paycheck because I still gotta Pay Rent, I still gotta pay, you know, for my cell phone, I still got to buy food. So it's it's hard to say, like, you know, the economy side isn't important because unfortunately, even though the jobs are pretty much gone away, everybody still want, you know, the bill collector still want to us. Don't want their want their share of shit and I was talking to a bill collected just today and we were one of the nicest conversations we've ever had with a bill collector. Anyway, he's like, I'm gonna work with you. I said know, I'm gonna work with you. That's how about that work in the lifetime to actually usually I would be in jail or something out. That's how that's where I got. Now I was at the point where I didn't care bill collectors would comment. I'd be like, I'll be back in six months. He's he's in concerrated. So you want to keep calling back, go ahead, but obviously do just do the craziest thing with build collective, snack everything. But I'm growing up a little bit. Yeah, I just I'm just trying to say stuff off W I can and I got me a stimulus check. Have the weight that really it's crazy, man, because I kind of felt guilty getting it, even though a bunch of people are already having so I haven't even I just put it in a savings account that I just put it over there because it was like, you know, I'm still getting a Che I'm still pulling up, you know, I'm still pulling a nice nickel right now. And No, I'm just trying to be more conscious about things, but still paying stuff off. And then you look at TV man and you just see like lots to I'm innocent, are working people, man. They you know, they basically just lost it there. They lost everything so far. Yeah, and you know, I just be B wow, you know, I do. You know, I just feel fortunate right now that I'm still hanging that. You know, maybe the still hang in there, man, but we're not through it. That's really I hope, you know, we can now get back to some normal seat one of these days. And it's rough pounding for people. That is rough. I know what you mean. Yeah, I still I still get to go to work every day and you know, I'm living at home with the family and my mom, you know, she got furloughed from her Gig, and then you got my brother and sister who are in high school and college and you know, their home and trying to figure that side of things out. And Yeah, I got my stimulus check to and I felt a little weird. It's like, you know, I don't I don't need this as much as everyone else does. I'm still pulling in, pulling in my my monthly income. I was, you know, like you, I was able to you know, between that and the tax return and you know, I had built up a little bit of savings, so that went to just kind of paying off a big chunk of my debt, which was good. You know, I feel a feel a little better about that. But yeah, the same time it's like you look around and there's people I you know, I got friends who have been out of work since day one and and yeah, they're trying to put any for the unemployment but you know, there's no guarantee that's always going to be there and they're not always sure if they're going to...

...have the money from one day to the next, you know, by the field or stay on top of the bills. It's a lot of uncertainty out there right now. Yeah, man, it's crazy. And then you you know it's so it's just this wild tis and but it's been I've same things that I've seen things. I saw a group of girls that lived in the projects that they they for some reason they get bored and they they had pool party in their living room. But yeah, they took this whatever kids. They took one of those little kittie pool not even it was a nice sense blow up pool and I guess they moved their twelve dollars of furniture that they had in there and decided to blow it up and put a pool in the middle of the living room and get on facebook live and as they smoke weed and danced around in the cess pool of period piss there was. Yeah, man, it was. It was. It was the most earthly disgusting thing I've seen since the colong. The started as like wow, you is sect you they all stars, whether you don't. Right now. Let's why? Why is this happening right now? And Shit, I would God. It was disgusting that it was in a different went viral and I was sitting there like somebody's going to get evicted for this one. This was like wow, I had never seen nothing like it. I was like. And then right after that I saw tiger king and I was like, okay, this ballances everything out now. I thank dad. I needed to scales or really tilted for a minute in the hood and I said we got it. Okay, okay, we're red necks are we get it. We get it right back. We get it back. So I thought, yea from the South Man I thought I had seen I thought I had seen everything when it came to fucking white trash, hit town redneck bullshit. And then I saw tiger king and I was like, I had no idea how wrong I was. I have I haven't seen a damn thing. I thought I'd seen it all. Haint seen a damn thing yet after I saw tiger king, man, I man. You know the craziest part of that? I looked at it and I saw how much jolly jolly decided was paying them, like a hundred and like thirty dollars a week or something. I was like that's crazy. These people are doing this stuff for only a hundred than thirty dollars a week. And then they they zoom over the carrol basking, and I don't think that was worses that today were volunteering right. They weren't even paid. And I was like you got to be fucking Shit me, man. What type of shit is it if she didn't they like when was it you hit? They were known by the color of their t shirt, like yeah, through there like the Queen, like I don't even know. You said it shit, like some type of rock star something. I was like, this is from a. This is some new game of thrones bullish shit. I love the I don't know if you're a star Trek Fan, but it cracked me up that she had these the new people walking around and red shirts, and I was like yeah, Alla, make him feel better. Yeah, put them in. The red shirts will be the first ones to go in a tiger pain. Good for you, we're going to be fine, but you're going to get eating. Then you had that, what was his name? The guy with the fucking with the Harem full of women. Yeah, this Sufterlina,...

...yeah, which when I lived, when I lived down there, you know, we we would go to myrtle beach all the time and there was one summer my dad was like we should go check we should go check that place out, and but it was like three hundred bucks a person to get in. Or you're like fuck that, that that. Yeah, it's so expensive to get in there. But yeah, they's got a cult. He's got just this little sex cult going on, riding down the street on an elephant like it's no big deal. Wow. Yeah, and he he'll change, you know, gets the ladies and he changes their names and everything and tells me, you got to get some new boats too. You know, you need new kitty. Be a veterinarian with the Flat Kitty. Who can't get you some pids and being there right you name, can't chairs in the hell. The one like that one girl who was like yeah, getting to when she was like I was on bed rested after the BOO job. was like it was the first break I'd had in like three years, and I'm like, who the hell, wait, why? What part of any of this has you going like ass what I want to do? That's what I want to do. What the fuck? Hey, my favorite world was the I just called her. Called called her pat the one that get our arm eating off by the tiger. Well, yeah, get, yeah, and the she just said just cut it off because I got to get back to work. I feel what right? I say, yeah, she was like this pay because I got to get back to work. I'm like that, I said that had the thirty eight dollars. Was Calling your name, that you had to get that. And they end up being the most normal one in the whole damn show, because it's every time they cut back to this, she's drive the car, just saying like yeah, just just working. You know, I just I was just going there to collect the paychecking more like they were the most normal one out all of them. Everybody else was, you know, talking about how, yeah, I got this suicide pack with Joe and we got bullets with each other's name is written on them and and I'm going to Y'all do him first and then do myself. And I'm like, well, you guys, you guys are making a hundred bucks a week for this. What? Yeah, wow, yeah, it's it's been quite quite interesting, man. But you know, I don't know, I thought I would never get so bored to the day where I didn't want to rub it out there like even that. Now you're just kind of like, I mean, I guess you around to it later. A Hey, like I gotta write. What's the rush? I ain't getten to do it a day. Had to shit, man. Well, Damn Ray. You know, we've been the stand up thing is what's really got me, you know, worrying. Is it's just because it's like, you know, I want to get back to it, but you know, I'm also thinking like, like, I know they're doing the the online writing sessions right now in discord, but it's like I can't even I can't even put a thought together like like to try to write material about this shit. It doesn't give you the same endorphins of the life of just, you know, hearing somebody doing this thing here in the last the energy is just not saying. I mean in all respect, everybody this that's doing this sying online and they having instagrams and now that all let you know it. There's no substitute for live art. There's just no substitute for it, not even a little bit. Man,...

...it's there. You're right. Means something about that, that live feedback from the audience that you know really Aa. It lets you know what you're doing is good and be it's just that, just that thrill you get and not having that right now it you know it's not going to lie. It's a little draining, like I kind of feel myself getting. I was talking to Jodie McDermott about this. Is like it's it's exhausting trying to continue to try to write stuff right now, because the hell knows when I'm even going to get to try it out in front of a proper audience and if it'll even work. I could spend the next six months right in these jokes and then come out of it was like, well, none of that shit worked it because you don't you don't know what's going to be accepted after this and you can't. Like for me, I talk about just things about life anyway, so I don't try to steer too far away from this or that or that or this. You know, and I mean we all have a story to tell, but how can you tell the story in that include this? Yeah, like this is part of all episode. None of us know what the baseline is on what's going to work, what's not going to work, what's going to you know, what? What? What's everybody thinking about? What's unique? What's Hacky? You know, it's all that. That's the end. Then the crazy thing is we're all going to go back at the same time. Yeah, like what's the what's the open MC going to look like? What's the show's going to look like once we all start? I mean, so it's like if the club ever going to be able to be filled up, or is is it going to just be like if the club's going to have like this, like touring comedians? Is the other are the younger cat's going to get a really give a shot? You know it's going to be. It's going to be very interesting to see how this whole thing works out, how it just shakes out. And I'm also they could we don't want the sorry, we don't want the Club School Cup can only be halful. Yeah, and I'm thinking about it, like you know, so many of us, you know, we pull from we pull from life experience and you know, we try to get the audience to relate to us. Well, you know, I'm looking at this like a year from now, say we're all back to going up. Every single one of us is going to have the same damn story from the last year. We were stuck at home. Like what are the open MIC's going to turn into? It's going to turn into ten comics telling stories about how they were home and all the time and board and the got pissed off at their girlfriend. Like that's going to be every comedian and all the audience is going to be like yeah, no, we went through the exact everyone's going to have the same life experience from the past year and it's going to it's going to make it that much harder, which can be a good thing. Is, you know, it kind of forces you to try to be a bit more original. But yeah, you know, we're all living the exact same life experience right now. All right, yeah, it's just full of see, you know, it's the same. But it will be different because people will be talking about you know, there their kids, you know, like you, you live with your family. I lived the row. There'll be self sub subtle differences which you're going to have to dig you're going to have to die. Yeah, you know, you know, like they got the chicken factory. It's like you got to go back to work student. Yeah, you get your ass back in there, and good luck to you, for we ain't getting nothing. There's no one employment for you. So it's either chicken fact and nothing.

All right, right, we got to gather's right. Who can sell a car right now? Rom Selling the house right now, like nothing's moving right now. So you know, they're that Wi all all, we'll all be able to relate. But how different can your story be about the same topic? That's where I think is going to be. Yeah, like we reft her in school. Okay, we're going to. I'll write a story about your quarantine. So get your pants are paper out and let's all right, a quarantine story it was fucked up. That's what I guess that. I couldn't bitch shit. I wore sweats every day. I'm going for my wife being okay. Smoked a lot of herb, but you know, young people, we smoked a lot of her I had a lot of the sect sex. I don't we raise money for an abortion. I don't know many. Soon it's going to I spent the whole quarantine drunkers before the probably would turn money into it. Go from me. I don't know about something about the clinic. I don't know. Give him a dollar. Shit, Shit, well, Ray Jackson, man, thank you so much for calling in. Man, I appreciate this. All right, man, whow we ending? On an abortion, Jubber, and that's very man. I'm A. I'm an end on the big laugh. And Yeah, I'm not going to end on a sad ass we were stuck in quarantine. No, I'M gonna end on a laugh, man. Right. So, yeah, that's cool, man. That's and that's how we go do it, man, we do. Hopefully Mother Nature will pay. The will pay the heating deal. Man, we can get some damn some some real warf in here. Man, I like Shit. I'm like it's me and I'm still get that Teenis is still small, like he's been in the pool warm up for a minute. It the turtle down there, like it's still cold. I fucking I grilled out last night, but I still had to wear a damn hoodie while I was doing it. I'm I shouldn't be cold standing next to the grill. Damn it. Yeah, I mean it's cool during the day, but like right around and the carts life. Well, that's the end of the day. So I don't know, man, maybe it's the government man between. We're going to keep the cold and we're going to have murder for it today. That should keep for me here. That's I don't let it warmer and keep them keep the corn. It crop again the going. Maybe we can get them to sit out. That's somebody's going to have a spiracy coming. Like you know, it really ain't no range. It's out there. That's just to keep people in the house. So I'm going to go out. If I got my a of fifthing by the AUT I'll shoop. That's from a bitch. I'll put the off, put the laying thing in. It is a little zipper. It'll stout shoots as back to Asia. Shit, man, it's always good, always good talking to you a always good talking to you about appreciated man. We go have to hook up real stone, man, we we haven't even been able to do. No more road trips and nothing. Man, yeah, misdriving to Linma, Miss Driving a Lima for the MIC and hanging out. And once this shit, once this shit's over, it's just going to be man, I'm going to we're going to be seeing everyone's going to be suddenly want to hang out with everybody all the time since this shit's over. Whom? Bye, Yaina, that Shit. Three weeks later, I'm gonna be right. You know, I still don't like it. Man. I forgot how much y'all piss me off. Shit...

...going vack and see, Yep y Mike, man's been a pleasure, man, as always, buddy, I'll talk to you soon. All right, man, you stay safe out there. Till everybody else and they say so we can is over with me. I want to go swimming in two thousand and twenty two, man, we got. I want to be ready for the pull WEEGAD. Hell, yeah, stay safe, brother. All right, thank you later, Man, light Ali. Guys, that was our interview with Ray Jackson. Thanks to him for calling in, and that is going to do it for this week's episode of the Basement Lounge. You guys can always check out randew episodes on all your favorite podcast APPS, stitcher, spotify, apple podcast, all that good stuff. Remember, guys, you can join our patreon joined the three dollar a month of VIP to or get this show early and commercial free. Hang out in the live streams when we're recording the shows, get stickers all kinds of cool stuff and follow us on all the social media at Basement Lounge pod on instagram and facebook, tbl underscore pod on twitter, and check out our weekday morning show on twitch every day at eleven am eastern standard time, Brunch in the basement. It's our Daily News and nonsense show. My name is Mike Shay and guys, will see you next week here for another episode of the Basement Lounge. Until that is always live. Well, rock on, take care and by bye.

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