May 19, 2021

Decimate

Decimate

This week’s EXPLOSIVE 10th episode features stories hand picked by M.A.S.S.K.


This week’s EXPLOSIVE 10th episode features stories hand picked by M.A.S.S.K. 

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:03.439 --> 00:00:07.830 Good evening and welcome to down to fork. We are honored to have you 2 00:00:08.029 --> 00:00:14.230 with us for this most joyous of occasions. This is episode ten. The 3 00:00:14.349 --> 00:00:19.109 stories for this episode were hand selected by myself and are guaranteed to be the 4 00:00:19.190 --> 00:00:23.460 best you have heard to date. In this episode, we are letting Chad 5 00:00:23.539 --> 00:00:28.339 kick things off, only because his panties are in a bunch that Ariel has 6 00:00:28.379 --> 00:00:35.460 had top billing the last few weeks. Sorry, chat try harder. Down 7 00:00:35.500 --> 00:00:39.929 to folk, although entirely made up, does contain adult themes from time to 8 00:00:40.090 --> 00:00:45.009 time. If you are still attempting to listen with children, please, from 9 00:00:45.009 --> 00:00:51.799 the bottom of my heart, I implore you get your shit together bands now, 10 00:00:52.320 --> 00:01:06.510 without any further ado. This is down to folk. Enjoy once upon 11 00:01:06.629 --> 00:01:14.269 a time in the NADS. Sorry, can I go again? Yeah, 12 00:01:14.349 --> 00:01:21.980 thanks, in three, two, once upon a time, and that's a 13 00:01:22.060 --> 00:01:33.290 day. And can we can we lose the fire, fire thing. I'm 14 00:01:33.370 --> 00:01:38.650 sorry. I'm sorry, everybody. Um, you know I I've been podcasting 15 00:01:38.810 --> 00:01:46.370 for a long time. It is very therapeutic for me. It's a creative 16 00:01:46.409 --> 00:01:53.280 release for me and I feel so good when I do this. And some 17 00:01:53.640 --> 00:02:02.390 events have transpired in the last forty eight hours that I I don't, I 18 00:02:02.549 --> 00:02:10.189 mean I I am so thankful that Ariel asked me to join her on this 19 00:02:10.349 --> 00:02:16.500 adventure. It's I met Ariel she came on to Pthree as a guest. 20 00:02:17.419 --> 00:02:24.460 I absolutely adored her and in December she came to me and asked if I 21 00:02:24.539 --> 00:02:29.699 would be interested in doing a podcast with her. Absolutely I was thrilled that 22 00:02:29.819 --> 00:02:34.569 she even thought of me, knowing that she knows so many podcasters and she 23 00:02:34.729 --> 00:02:38.370 picked me and she had she had a name in mind and she had a 24 00:02:38.409 --> 00:02:42.610 jet, a basic premise. It was, of course, the name was 25 00:02:42.729 --> 00:02:50.599 down to folk and it was going to be telling of folklore and kind of 26 00:02:50.840 --> 00:02:55.840 the you know, dig into the the legends and and and whatnot behind folklore, 27 00:02:58.400 --> 00:03:04.069 and I ran with it. Some evidently think I ran too far with 28 00:03:04.150 --> 00:03:12.229 it, and it's I was reading some messages and some comments that came through, 29 00:03:13.300 --> 00:03:23.580 some emails, and we've gotten a lot of negative feedback about the show 30 00:03:24.580 --> 00:03:35.810 lately and it's it's upsetting to me because this was aerials baby and ninety nine 31 00:03:36.250 --> 00:03:40.289 point nine percent of the negative feedback that we're getting is all directed at me, 32 00:03:43.000 --> 00:03:47.840 my ideas, my direction that I've taken this show and I you know, 33 00:03:49.000 --> 00:03:51.080 I put a lot of work into this. I put a lot of 34 00:03:51.240 --> 00:03:54.080 money into this. We don't make anything right now off of this podcast, 35 00:03:54.280 --> 00:04:00.430 and I mean I'm paying for you to listen. Essentially, it's upsetting. 36 00:04:00.949 --> 00:04:05.750 It's very, very upsetting and it's very you know it. It takes the 37 00:04:05.830 --> 00:04:12.939 window of your cells when you put so much time and effort and thought creativity 38 00:04:13.620 --> 00:04:23.060 to make a product like this and to have people just not appreciate what you 39 00:04:23.220 --> 00:04:29.649 do and just talk bad about what you've done. And it's it's upsetting to 40 00:04:29.730 --> 00:04:36.689 me and and I I apologize, but I can't continue on like this and 41 00:04:36.810 --> 00:04:42.279 I can't. I'm not going to. I won't ruin her idea any further. 42 00:04:42.720 --> 00:04:48.399 So I guess that's it. So thanks everybody for listening. I'm sure 43 00:04:48.399 --> 00:04:54.829 Ariel will take this into wonderful places, but I don't think I'm a good 44 00:04:54.910 --> 00:05:00.589 fit to be here and I'm sorry, but I am I'm I'm leaving. 45 00:05:00.670 --> 00:05:04.069 I'm leaving the show, all right. So so thank you everybody for listening 46 00:05:04.149 --> 00:05:15.420 and Ariel, good luck, but I'm done. That's it. Oh, 47 00:05:15.579 --> 00:05:34.610 come on, I I would like to apologize to Ariel, to Lloyd and 48 00:05:35.199 --> 00:05:44.240 and everyone here at mask and if you're just joining us, I was just 49 00:05:44.279 --> 00:05:49.149 talking about the fact that we perceived some negative feedback about the show, and 50 00:05:49.509 --> 00:06:00.709 I have I have just quit the show and I'm leaving, but it appears 51 00:06:00.790 --> 00:06:08.100 that the door is is locked and I am unable to leave the studio at 52 00:06:08.180 --> 00:06:18.129 this time and I would I would request that Lloyd, or if one of 53 00:06:18.209 --> 00:06:24.290 the interns is listening can hear me, if you would please come unlock the 54 00:06:24.370 --> 00:06:30.290 door. That would be great, greatly, greatly AP appreciated and I'm sorry 55 00:06:30.329 --> 00:06:57.750 everyone. Somebody Open the door. HMM, this is this is really embarrassing. 56 00:06:57.790 --> 00:07:01.899 Sorry, this is this is not how I saw this playing out in 57 00:07:01.980 --> 00:07:10.939 my head. I'm sorry, even more embarrassed now and I'm just I'm sorry. 58 00:07:11.019 --> 00:07:18.449 That just really wasn't how I how I saw this plan out today. 59 00:07:18.889 --> 00:07:28.250 So apologize. I guess I we wait and until, until something happens here 60 00:07:28.410 --> 00:07:34.040 that you know we can I can get out of this room and officially quit 61 00:07:34.399 --> 00:07:39.600 and move on with my life and you guys can move on with the show. 62 00:07:39.680 --> 00:07:45.670 That won't be the garbage that I guess I've been creating for you. 63 00:07:46.029 --> 00:07:51.189 been though. You know, I'm I'm trying. And what Problem Dana I 64 00:07:53.629 --> 00:07:57.509 am trying to leave and I need somebody to get the door unlocked for me 65 00:07:58.699 --> 00:08:03.939 to. Mr Wart, he says you need to get back to work. 66 00:08:03.100 --> 00:08:11.300 I I've quit. I've quit and I'm leaving and I need to, I 67 00:08:11.420 --> 00:08:15.569 need to. I need that door open so I can get out of the 68 00:08:15.649 --> 00:08:18.250 studio. Well, I can. Let me go see a bifire key. 69 00:08:18.370 --> 00:08:22.850 Thanks. I would. I would really appreciate that. That would be awesome 70 00:08:22.889 --> 00:08:26.399 if you could look into that for me. I would greatly appreciate it. 71 00:08:26.600 --> 00:08:31.960 Thank you. That was Dana. He is one of our our interns here. 72 00:08:33.679 --> 00:08:37.000 Good Guy, he's, I mean it's he's a good guy here. 73 00:08:37.080 --> 00:08:43.110 Everybody here has been absolutely phenomenal and and most of the the the listeners that 74 00:08:43.230 --> 00:08:50.669 I've had the opportunity to talk to have been phenomenal. You know, we've 75 00:08:50.750 --> 00:08:54.750 had some really good shows and we've had, I guess, some really bad 76 00:08:54.830 --> 00:09:01.019 shows. I thought we were churning out really good content that people were seeming 77 00:09:01.259 --> 00:09:07.659 to enjoy, but evidently I was wrong. So, Ariel again, I'm 78 00:09:07.820 --> 00:09:16.049 sorry, Keith, Chris, everybody at pod fix, I'm sorry. I 79 00:09:16.129 --> 00:09:18.169 thought I was doing something good for you, something new, something unique, 80 00:09:18.250 --> 00:09:28.279 and evidently I dropped the ball and and I sincerely apologize for that from the 81 00:09:28.320 --> 00:09:35.519 bottom of my heart. It's just not something that I the you're no key 82 00:09:37.320 --> 00:09:41.110 ms your warrant. It's got to Keya. He's he's out golfing right now. 83 00:09:41.190 --> 00:09:45.629 He go back to later tonight. Can we do anything before he gets 84 00:09:45.710 --> 00:09:58.379 back? Locksmith Smith? That would be phenomenal, Dan, if you could 85 00:09:58.419 --> 00:10:01.980 go grab yeah, go see if you can find a locksmith. I appreciate 86 00:10:03.100 --> 00:10:05.940 that. Thank you. Thank you, thank you so much. Okay, 87 00:10:05.980 --> 00:10:16.090 so it appears that Dana's going to go find a locksmith and is going to, 88 00:10:16.769 --> 00:10:20.929 I guess, get get this door open so I can leave like I 89 00:10:20.129 --> 00:10:28.519 wanted to do like ten minutes ago. Sorry. So, the the time 90 00:10:28.759 --> 00:10:35.639 that I've been doing this podcast, it's only been a few months and it's 91 00:10:35.870 --> 00:10:39.950 it's been a good run. I've done several podcast I started out doing the 92 00:10:41.110 --> 00:10:48.070 Kabasa show way back God, it's been what seven, eight years now since 93 00:10:48.110 --> 00:10:56.340 I did that and and it's been it's it's been. It's been tough. 94 00:10:56.620 --> 00:11:05.570 It's been really tough trying to get a good podcast off the ground and and 95 00:11:07.210 --> 00:11:11.570 I really thought this was the one. It's it was it was gaining momentum 96 00:11:11.610 --> 00:11:15.210 quickly and then I guess I should have noticed that the numbers were dropping when 97 00:11:15.210 --> 00:11:20.879 I started getting crazy with some of the bits I was doing. And but 98 00:11:20.159 --> 00:11:24.879 just reading the comments lately, it's been really, really hard on me and 99 00:11:24.080 --> 00:11:30.840 it's been it's been a tough it's been a tough couple of days and I 100 00:11:31.720 --> 00:11:37.029 really can't think the people that like the show. Thank you from you know, 101 00:11:37.230 --> 00:11:41.149 sincerely. Thank you. I just wish that, you know, I 102 00:11:41.190 --> 00:11:45.789 hadn't dropped the ball for you and it could have been. I think it 103 00:11:45.870 --> 00:11:48.179 could have been something great. But I'm sure ariels going to, you know, 104 00:11:48.299 --> 00:11:52.100 take it to two wonderful places. It's going to be awesome and and 105 00:11:52.740 --> 00:12:00.659 you're going to absolutely low where where things go from? What did how long? 106 00:12:03.769 --> 00:12:09.570 Cope for like three days, but I brought soping. I go. 107 00:12:09.009 --> 00:12:13.049 I'm going to try and other try jewel lot. I mean is that? 108 00:12:15.490 --> 00:12:18.440 Is that like the only option we have? There's got to be an extra 109 00:12:18.519 --> 00:12:24.080 key lane around here? Well, you know, day go to keys, 110 00:12:24.200 --> 00:12:30.029 but we all have look or guess, Miss Warrant and content got. We're 111 00:12:30.070 --> 00:12:35.950 going to good to you. I'm going to try. I do okay, 112 00:12:35.990 --> 00:12:39.549 man, go ahead and do your thing, man. I'm just kind of 113 00:12:39.870 --> 00:12:50.220 talking about what's been what's been happening and and where we go from here. 114 00:12:50.659 --> 00:13:03.649 So I apologize again. So where was I? If you are a fan 115 00:13:03.690 --> 00:13:11.610 of the show, I'm sure that it it's going to be a you know, 116 00:13:11.289 --> 00:13:16.799 it's going to be as everybody loves Ariel and and it's going to be. 117 00:13:16.600 --> 00:13:20.960 It's going to be fine. It'll be fine. It's you're in good 118 00:13:22.000 --> 00:13:28.909 hands. You're in good hands with Ariel and I'm sure that everything is going 119 00:13:28.990 --> 00:13:31.950 to turn out great. You're still going to have the great show that you 120 00:13:33.029 --> 00:13:52.299 love. And just Dana, Dana, Dana. Well, I'm trying to 121 00:13:52.379 --> 00:14:01.409 talk right now and I can't hear myself talk. If you're running the drill? 122 00:14:01.610 --> 00:14:07.490 Yeah, I just try to do I just try to get a drill 123 00:14:07.649 --> 00:14:20.200 on a door. Okay, just sorry, everybody. So what I was 124 00:14:20.279 --> 00:14:37.549 saying is that D Dana Da, yeah, you I just got sorry, 125 00:14:37.590 --> 00:14:48.940 I just go I'm trying to get this go ahead, man, I'll just 126 00:14:48.059 --> 00:14:54.490 keep doing what I was doing. So I want to thank it maps. 127 00:14:56.169 --> 00:15:05.210 I want to thank I would like to thank I'm just try I'm trying to 128 00:15:05.450 --> 00:15:13.200 explain to the people what's going on and you're drilling. Well, yeah, 129 00:15:18.039 --> 00:15:26.549 I got okay, it's fine. Keep doing what you're doing, Dana. 130 00:15:26.669 --> 00:15:28.669 I appreciate your help, I really do. Yeah, I'll just join, 131 00:15:28.789 --> 00:15:31.870 no time, but just you just need to get me a couple months while. 132 00:15:33.789 --> 00:15:37.340 No, it's fine, it's it's fine. Go ahead. So, 133 00:15:39.940 --> 00:15:43.019 as I was saying, I know that there are a lot of people that 134 00:15:43.299 --> 00:15:52.649 are going to be helping write future episode, future episodes of the podcast, 135 00:15:52.090 --> 00:15:58.889 and I just want everybody because, my God, Dana, Dana, oh 136 00:16:00.009 --> 00:16:02.450 my God, I want to get out of here, I do, and 137 00:16:02.490 --> 00:16:08.919 I appreciate your help, but you gotta stop. It's driving me insane right 138 00:16:08.960 --> 00:16:15.200 now. You need to stop that. You want me to go on outside? 139 00:16:15.240 --> 00:16:18.279 I mean, if that's an option, that would be amazing. If 140 00:16:18.320 --> 00:16:21.870 you can. I mean I want you to get the door open, but 141 00:16:22.029 --> 00:16:26.029 you, if you can just like find a way to do it quieter, 142 00:16:26.190 --> 00:16:32.590 that would be amazing. Okay, thanks, man, I appreciate it. 143 00:16:33.340 --> 00:16:37.259 Idiot, I appreciate what he's doing, I really do. I know this 144 00:16:37.460 --> 00:16:48.529 is got to be stressful for him. He's got anyway. So I just 145 00:16:48.850 --> 00:16:59.210 want this show to be what I think it can be, and I think 146 00:16:59.250 --> 00:17:02.039 it could be great. I really do. I think it could be a 147 00:17:02.679 --> 00:17:07.759 phenomenal show, but evidently I'm not. I'm not cut, I'm not I'm 148 00:17:07.839 --> 00:17:11.559 not knocking your socks off, and I apologize for that. I really, 149 00:17:11.920 --> 00:17:23.430 I really truly apologize for everything. I mean, I'm sorry. It's what 150 00:17:26.630 --> 00:17:30.019 a good drill not work it. So I gotta I got another idea. 151 00:17:30.059 --> 00:17:33.779 I'm going to go back out and it's going to take me just maybe, 152 00:17:34.380 --> 00:17:40.740 maybe, go stand over and I can't stand in the other corner because I 153 00:17:40.859 --> 00:17:44.529 need to be here in front of the microphone. What are you planning on 154 00:17:44.650 --> 00:17:48.529 to it? Yeah, I'm just going to go if, if that's an 155 00:17:48.609 --> 00:17:52.730 option. I mean I'm sure they have the stuff to do it here. 156 00:17:52.809 --> 00:17:56.769 I just you know, I be careful out there. Yeah, yeah, 157 00:17:59.680 --> 00:18:03.680 it's gonna be real loud. So just because it's going to be loud and 158 00:18:03.240 --> 00:18:07.319 I know what's going out now, that's fine. Just do what you got 159 00:18:07.400 --> 00:18:11.279 to do, man, and I appreciate it. All right, Cheez. 160 00:18:11.000 --> 00:18:15.150 So it sounds like he's going to go blow the lock, whatever that means, 161 00:18:17.750 --> 00:18:22.470 and and we'll see where we end up. But so thanks, DNA, 162 00:18:23.390 --> 00:18:29.660 and thanks everybody. You know again, I've quit the show. I 163 00:18:29.779 --> 00:18:34.220 will not be back anymore and we're just going to carry on with our lives 164 00:18:34.380 --> 00:18:37.259 and you guys are still going to have down to folk come in your way. 165 00:18:37.259 --> 00:18:42.529 Ariels taken over everything, and I'm just going to go back to pthree 166 00:18:42.609 --> 00:18:53.690 show and do what I do over there, and you guys can do once 167 00:18:53.769 --> 00:18:59.880 upon a time, many moons ago, there was a seasoned podcaster named that 168 00:19:00.559 --> 00:19:04.000 who had fallen on hard times. It had really only been a matter two 169 00:19:04.039 --> 00:19:07.759 days, but he was apparently kind of a special snow flake and got but 170 00:19:07.960 --> 00:19:12.549 heard about some lack luster feedback. He was tremendously good at what he did. 171 00:19:14.470 --> 00:19:17.990 Well, I guess not that good, since the shit reviews were about 172 00:19:18.029 --> 00:19:23.150 him, but I digress. One day like any other, he sat down 173 00:19:23.190 --> 00:19:27.099 in the studio to record his newest tale, but cut off the according to 174 00:19:27.180 --> 00:19:33.140 go live when he simply couldn't stop cocking it up. Typical Fad. He 175 00:19:33.259 --> 00:19:37.500 then took the easy road and unceremoniously quit the show. On here, the 176 00:19:37.569 --> 00:19:42.250 show's producer, Chloyd, wasn't listening. To be honest. He hated that 177 00:19:44.690 --> 00:19:48.289 his co host Muriel wasn't listening either, but that's just because she always waited 178 00:19:48.450 --> 00:19:52.799 to listen to the final recording, and so she was none the wiser that 179 00:19:52.920 --> 00:19:57.079 he had bitched out and not talked to her before baling on her on air. 180 00:19:59.160 --> 00:20:02.799 Not that she was resentful. She was a bigger person than that dad, 181 00:20:03.359 --> 00:20:08.190 but the failure of a podcaster discovered things were not going according to plan. 182 00:20:10.349 --> 00:20:14.349 The door to the studio was locked, at least he thought it was. 183 00:20:15.470 --> 00:20:18.069 He felt trapped and began to plead for help over the air to help 184 00:20:18.069 --> 00:20:22.900 him escape the tortuous place he had come to loathe. Don't be mull dramatic 185 00:20:22.940 --> 00:20:27.380 or anything. Unexpectedly, an intern, a sweet man named you know, 186 00:20:27.539 --> 00:20:30.900 entered the room, Yada, Yada, and either of the folds could figure 187 00:20:30.940 --> 00:20:33.980 out the door wasn't actually locked and, like fucking Dorothy, he could have 188 00:20:34.019 --> 00:20:40.089 left whenever he wanted. He'd always had the power and frankly, I'm surprised 189 00:20:40.130 --> 00:20:44.210 he didn't try licking his heels. What a Dick. But then, do 190 00:20:44.250 --> 00:20:47.009 you know, got the brilliant idea to blow the lock to the door. 191 00:20:48.009 --> 00:20:52.759 It worked. The door wasn't just open, it was gone. But do 192 00:20:52.880 --> 00:20:57.559 you know, was unprepared for the mysterious and horrifying scene within. He frantically 193 00:20:57.599 --> 00:21:02.920 called Cloyd who then called Muriel and the two rush to the scene. Well, 194 00:21:03.200 --> 00:21:07.430 Muriel rushed, Floyd took a leisurely stroll as he was in no hurry 195 00:21:07.470 --> 00:21:12.829 to deal with that's bullshit. He simply couldn't be arst Muriel was weeping uncontrollably 196 00:21:14.029 --> 00:21:21.099 when he arrived. He simply muttered called womblet. The room where her cohost 197 00:21:21.259 --> 00:21:29.460 had been looked like absolute carnage. Blood and bone debris was everywhere, everywhere 198 00:21:30.259 --> 00:21:36.369 where. It spread quickly and the interns flotched to the scene look elw disrespectful 199 00:21:36.410 --> 00:21:41.690 as bitches. They murmured amongst themselves, wondering what could have possibly happened. 200 00:21:41.730 --> 00:21:45.690 That had been in the room alone. From the back of the crowd they 201 00:21:45.730 --> 00:21:51.559 heard the clearing of a throat. An intern who used to be a semi 202 00:21:51.559 --> 00:21:56.440 humble farmer spoke. It was the WINDIGO I reckon. Everyone filed away with 203 00:21:56.640 --> 00:22:04.190 sad knowing nods, everyone but arial or Muriel and chloyd. Why this? 204 00:22:06.589 --> 00:22:11.190 Why did this happened? A young woman sputtered through tears. He was quitting 205 00:22:11.349 --> 00:22:18.500 the show. Muriel's face showed the slow spark of realization that I or she 206 00:22:19.140 --> 00:22:25.259 had been abandoned. Her tears shifted from those of grief to those of rage. 207 00:22:26.140 --> 00:22:29.940 She grabbed a tire iron and began to roar, battering the equipment as 208 00:22:30.009 --> 00:22:34.130 well as her former co host, already obliterated body. You motherfucker, she 209 00:22:34.289 --> 00:22:40.250 screamed. where she got that tire iron is still a mystery. It's not 210 00:22:40.450 --> 00:22:45.440 like it was laying around a podcast recording studio. And so ends a tale 211 00:22:45.480 --> 00:22:49.880 of loss and betrayal. And to this day some claim you can still see 212 00:22:49.880 --> 00:22:56.000 the ghost of Muriel in that studio bashing that things with rage. But it 213 00:22:56.119 --> 00:23:06.230 isn't true. She's not dead, that's just Muriel. She's like megapist piece 214 00:23:06.269 --> 00:23:15.099 of Shit. I apologize for Mr Warrington's absence, but it seems there was 215 00:23:15.140 --> 00:23:18.980 a city sation in the main building that needs his attention, so allow me 216 00:23:18.059 --> 00:23:25.420 to proceed with this week's transmission wrap up. Thank you for listening to down 217 00:23:25.420 --> 00:23:30.569 de Folk. This show was created by aerial cooksie of the malice podcast and 218 00:23:30.809 --> 00:23:34.529 was subsequently ruined by Chad Brock, Braider of the perfect package podcast. Down 219 00:23:34.569 --> 00:23:37.609 to folk is a proud member of the pod fix network. At pod fix 220 00:23:37.730 --> 00:23:45.559 networkcom. 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