Aug. 18, 2021

Monsters

Monsters

This week Ariel, BrJordan, and Chad talk about their favorite monsters, something sounds different, and we learn something that is unexpected.


This week Ariel, BrJordan, and Chad talk about their favorite monsters, something sounds different, and we learn something that is unexpected. 

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:03.120 --> 00:00:06.799 Hello, my friends, and welcome to down default. My Name is Jessica 2 00:00:06.839 --> 00:00:10.150 Johnson and I am your host this week while Mr Warrington is on a much 3 00:00:10.189 --> 00:00:15.029 needed vacation. I'm very excited to have you all here today for episode twenty 4 00:00:15.109 --> 00:00:21.660 three, entitled Monsters. Doesn't that sound scary? It's okay. This podcast 5 00:00:21.739 --> 00:00:24.780 is a lot of things, but scary is certainly not one of them. 6 00:00:25.420 --> 00:00:28.460 To kick off the week's festivities, were joining chat in the den for some 7 00:00:28.660 --> 00:00:39.689 poetry. Are you excited? Me Too. This is a composition by Ryan 8 00:00:39.850 --> 00:00:48.130 Peak, Daniel Adar and Chad and Michael Kroeger. Look at this photograph. 9 00:00:49.130 --> 00:00:54.840 Every time I do, it makes me laugh. How did our eyes get 10 00:00:55.079 --> 00:01:00.719 so read and what the Hell is on Joey's head? This is where I 11 00:01:02.079 --> 00:01:07.430 grew up. I think the present owner fixed it up. I never knew 12 00:01:08.590 --> 00:01:15.390 we'd ever went without. The second floor is hard for sneaking out, and 13 00:01:15.629 --> 00:01:21.140 this is where I went to school. Most of the time had better things 14 00:01:21.299 --> 00:01:26.420 to do. Criminal Record says I've broken twice. I must have done it 15 00:01:26.819 --> 00:01:32.739 half a dozen times. I wonder if it's too late. Should I go 16 00:01:32.969 --> 00:01:38.010 back and try to graduate? Life's better now then it was back then. 17 00:01:38.890 --> 00:01:45.689 If I was them, I wouldn't let me in. Remember the old arcade 18 00:01:47.010 --> 00:01:53.519 blue every dollar that we ever made. The cops hated US hanging out. 19 00:01:55.599 --> 00:02:00.989 They say someone went and burned it down. We used to listen to the 20 00:02:01.189 --> 00:02:09.509 radio and sing along with every sung we know. We said some day will 21 00:02:09.590 --> 00:02:15.669 find out how it feels to sing to more than just this steering wheel. 22 00:02:15.419 --> 00:02:22.259 Kim's the first girl I kissed. I was so nervous that I nearly missed. 23 00:02:22.979 --> 00:02:27.539 She's had a couple of kids since then. I haven't seen her since 24 00:02:28.060 --> 00:02:32.729 God knows. When I miss that town, I miss the faces. You 25 00:02:32.930 --> 00:02:40.969 can't erase, you can't replace it. I miss it now. I can't 26 00:02:42.169 --> 00:02:47.599 believe it so hard to stay, too hard to leave it. If I 27 00:02:47.840 --> 00:02:53.960 could relive those days, I know the one thing that would never change. 28 00:02:54.319 --> 00:03:01.189 Every memory of looking out the back door. I had the photo album spread 29 00:03:01.270 --> 00:03:07.949 out on my bedroom floor. It's hard to say it time to say it 30 00:03:08.430 --> 00:03:19.139 goodbye. Goodbye, every memory of walking out the front door. I found 31 00:03:19.180 --> 00:03:24.819 the photo of the friend that I was looking for. It's hard to say 32 00:03:24.900 --> 00:03:34.930 it time to say it goodbye. Goodbye. Look at this photograph. Every 33 00:03:35.050 --> 00:03:40.409 time I do, it makes me laugh. Every time I do. It 34 00:03:40.680 --> 00:03:53.800 makes me. Thank you, Chad, great job. Hey, look at 35 00:03:53.800 --> 00:03:57.789 this photograph. It's Ariel in the grotto. Let's head over and see what 36 00:03:57.949 --> 00:04:10.819 story she has for us. It is a wise sailor who respects the sea. 37 00:04:12.139 --> 00:04:15.420 She can be a cruel mistress, and subtle signals can elude through a 38 00:04:15.459 --> 00:04:21.500 changing moods. Some say it was poseidon who dictated her temperament, followed by 39 00:04:21.779 --> 00:04:28.490 Oculina and her father's stead. But no, though he controlled all in her 40 00:04:28.569 --> 00:04:32.529 waters, she was her own keeper, and Heaven Help You if she was 41 00:04:32.569 --> 00:04:40.399 scorned. Within her depths existed all manner of swimming things, some beautiful and 42 00:04:40.560 --> 00:04:46.040 flowing, others creeping and crawling, some creating their own light and others lurking 43 00:04:46.240 --> 00:04:54.189 and slithering in the darkness. But the most fearsome to sailors was a creature 44 00:04:54.910 --> 00:05:00.589 called the kraken. Sailors told legends of the mighty beast, a cephalopod of 45 00:05:00.750 --> 00:05:05.750 giant proportions, who would hunt and destroy vessels off the coast of the northern 46 00:05:05.790 --> 00:05:13.100 lands, resembling an octopus or a giant squid. When its surfacet all the 47 00:05:13.180 --> 00:05:16.180 men aboard a ship would say a prayer, grab a weapon and fight for 48 00:05:16.300 --> 00:05:21.329 their lives. The creature was rumored to have no mercy and it would disappear 49 00:05:21.410 --> 00:05:26.930 from the carnage as quickly as it came. One evening, as the men 50 00:05:27.089 --> 00:05:30.850 sat around on deck telling tales of the beast, a huge tentacle flopped over 51 00:05:30.930 --> 00:05:36.000 the side. The men leaped back horrified. They were young and had all 52 00:05:36.040 --> 00:05:40.920 assumed the old tales were a load of garbage, just meant to scare them. 53 00:05:41.120 --> 00:05:46.079 From you, all the older baroners, they were wrong. The tentacle 54 00:05:46.160 --> 00:05:50.189 didn't seem to be attacking them, though. One brave sailor inched closer and 55 00:05:50.350 --> 00:05:56.750 closer until he was able to reach out and gingerly touch it. The creature 56 00:05:56.750 --> 00:06:00.430 let out a bellowing scream, stealing himself. He inched nearer, gulped and 57 00:06:00.589 --> 00:06:06.980 called out, cracking, cracking. Why do you approach our boat, sailor? 58 00:06:08.060 --> 00:06:12.819 I am just desperate to come aboard. Please help me. I don't 59 00:06:12.819 --> 00:06:16.379 know how. That's longer I will survive of you don't crack, and why 60 00:06:16.379 --> 00:06:23.009 are you so frightened? It's it's the monster. It's been hunting me for 61 00:06:23.129 --> 00:06:27.250 years, and now there are more. Every time I defeat want, a 62 00:06:27.329 --> 00:06:30.889 new one emerges from the depths. It's never ending. I have so little 63 00:06:31.009 --> 00:06:39.160 fight left. please. The sailors dropped their weapons and rushed to find ropes. 64 00:06:39.959 --> 00:06:43.639 Perhaps this is what the poor wretched wanted all along, and was simply 65 00:06:43.759 --> 00:06:46.870 too big to climb aboard on her own. Would cap size ships in her 66 00:06:46.910 --> 00:06:53.310 efforts. The men heaved and a hode and the kraken trying to leverage herself 67 00:06:53.470 --> 00:06:59.110 on to the deck. And suddenly another tentacle shot from the water. At 68 00:06:59.230 --> 00:07:05.620 this was snow cracking tentacle. Oh Jesus Mary, shots, it is the 69 00:07:05.980 --> 00:07:13.660 shark up. The men could see the fear in her eyes, followed by 70 00:07:13.699 --> 00:07:17.930 the ripping of a tentacle from her side. She screamed in pain, redoubling 71 00:07:18.009 --> 00:07:23.370 her efforts to climb aboard. The ship's captain began to try to Harpoon the 72 00:07:23.529 --> 00:07:27.970 aberration from the Stern and, though it made little difference, it appeared the 73 00:07:28.009 --> 00:07:32.319 animal had gotten what he came for and he merely swam away. The comb 74 00:07:32.360 --> 00:07:36.680 didn't last for long, though. Before she could fully recover, the Kracken 75 00:07:36.759 --> 00:07:41.959 was jolted back into the water, blood spewing from yet another severed tentacle. 76 00:07:43.000 --> 00:07:46.310 The jaws of the Predator were truly terrifying, and the Krack and knew just 77 00:07:46.550 --> 00:07:51.110 what it was. Oh God, she cried. It's a day, no 78 00:07:51.470 --> 00:07:57.509 shock. But the men were able to pull her far enough on to the 79 00:07:57.550 --> 00:08:01.899 boat that she could lift her tentacles out of the water just enough to escape 80 00:08:01.899 --> 00:08:05.740 the monster. When it took off. She had to be lowered again, 81 00:08:05.860 --> 00:08:09.740 but blood in the water it's not good, and a creature with a good 82 00:08:09.779 --> 00:08:16.290 sense of smell or taste was sure not to be far behind. The KRACKEN, 83 00:08:16.610 --> 00:08:22.930 lamenting and sobbing, struggled to keep her grip on the vessel below her. 84 00:08:22.529 --> 00:08:28.519 The water suddenly began to spin faster and faster, pulling the poor creature. 85 00:08:28.560 --> 00:08:37.440 In Fuck's sake, she cried. It's shark n the captain had had 86 00:08:37.440 --> 00:08:41.470 enough and, with all hands on board, the sails were shifted. They 87 00:08:41.509 --> 00:08:43.909 were going to make it to solid land, even if the ship was wrecked, 88 00:08:45.590 --> 00:08:50.149 better to get out with their lives. Hold on, men, he 89 00:08:50.309 --> 00:08:54.899 called to them, and don't let go of the Kraken. The ship began 90 00:08:54.980 --> 00:09:01.740 to pull against this cyclone of sharks and finally broke away. The sea rocked 91 00:09:01.860 --> 00:09:07.100 them. They thrashed upon the rocks, but finally they made it to the 92 00:09:07.179 --> 00:09:11.769 sandy beaches. The men, exhausted, could barely walk, but were so 93 00:09:11.929 --> 00:09:16.610 grateful to be on solid land again they sunk to their knees and gratitude. 94 00:09:18.649 --> 00:09:24.559 The kraken was likewise overjoyed. These men had saved her rather than let her 95 00:09:24.600 --> 00:09:31.440 be dragged once more into the depths. Each in turn laid back on the 96 00:09:31.519 --> 00:09:35.240 ground, the water lapping at their feet, but a feeling of calm poured 97 00:09:35.279 --> 00:09:41.669 over them, until one by one they disappeared into the depths of the sand 98 00:09:41.789 --> 00:09:48.950 below, screams of agony, blood spewing everywhere, and the men who had 99 00:09:48.990 --> 00:09:56.899 saved her life had their lives ripped from them below. God Damn it, 100 00:09:56.379 --> 00:10:01.100 the crack and whispered as she pushed herself back into the water. fucking sand 101 00:10:01.259 --> 00:10:20.480 sharks. Amazing story, aerial, you are so awesome. One last stop 102 00:10:20.639 --> 00:10:26.639 everyone. Let's swim down to the Campfire and see what wonderful story breath sorry 103 00:10:26.879 --> 00:10:39.590 for Jordan, has in store for us. Bruce needed a vacation. After 104 00:10:39.710 --> 00:10:43.590 spending some time in the San Francisco Bay. He had decided to go visit 105 00:10:43.789 --> 00:10:48.470 somewhere warmer than the frigid waters of the northwest coast, though it took him 106 00:10:48.509 --> 00:10:54.139 a while, he arrived on the East Coast ready for some fun and relaxation. 107 00:10:54.019 --> 00:10:58.860 Being a friendly guy, he thought the name of the island in which 108 00:10:58.940 --> 00:11:03.980 he was to vacation on fit him perfectly. After some rest in the deep 109 00:11:03.019 --> 00:11:09.090 waters of the Atlantic, he went sightseeing. Bruce was minding his own business, 110 00:11:09.169 --> 00:11:13.929 humming to himself Dada Dada, Dada, Dada, Dada Da da Da 111 00:11:13.929 --> 00:11:18.000 da Da da Da da Da da Da da, Dadada, Dadada, looking 112 00:11:18.080 --> 00:11:22.480 for food, as one does when they arrive into a new town, and 113 00:11:22.679 --> 00:11:26.720 to his delight he found something fresh and different, swimming in the moonlight. 114 00:11:28.480 --> 00:11:31.440 At first the food was difficult, screaming and making a Raucus, but after 115 00:11:31.480 --> 00:11:35.070 a few dings on a nearby Booie, it relaxed and Bruce was able to 116 00:11:35.110 --> 00:11:41.309 enjoy his meal. The next day Bruce decided to visit the beach. As 117 00:11:41.389 --> 00:11:46.549 Bruce Swam in the warm shallows, humming to himself and Dada Dada, Nadadada, 118 00:11:46.070 --> 00:11:50.340 Dada Da da Da da Da da Da da Da da Dada, Nadada 119 00:11:50.379 --> 00:11:56.259 Dadada. The sudden urge to eat came upon him, as it does when 120 00:11:56.379 --> 00:12:01.179 one is on vacation, so he decided to swim by the buffet that was 121 00:12:01.220 --> 00:12:05.809 laid before him. There was so much to choose from, big fat bites, 122 00:12:07.129 --> 00:12:11.210 old skinny nibbles and various sun drenched morsels. He saw something he had 123 00:12:11.450 --> 00:12:18.120 never seen before, a yellow land fish on its own, just floating away. 124 00:12:18.159 --> 00:12:24.240 Bruce loved variety. However, he also loved rarities, and, seeing 125 00:12:24.279 --> 00:12:28.399 that there were no other yellow land fish, he believed this to be the 126 00:12:28.480 --> 00:12:33.350 last one and he snatched it right away. But it must have been reserved 127 00:12:33.389 --> 00:12:37.549 for someone else, because once he bit into the Yellow Land Fish, all 128 00:12:37.629 --> 00:12:41.750 the other food quickly and rather rudely vanished. Thinking he had done something wrong, 129 00:12:43.269 --> 00:12:48.019 he shyly and quickly left the beach. That night, while cruising the 130 00:12:48.100 --> 00:12:52.700 beaches, he came across a large piece of meat just floating on its own. 131 00:12:52.539 --> 00:12:56.980 He was cautious at first, but once he took a bite, he 132 00:12:56.059 --> 00:13:01.490 knew it was the right thing to do. Until it tried to escape and, 133 00:13:01.690 --> 00:13:05.129 in doing so, began to drag poor bruce towards the land. This 134 00:13:05.250 --> 00:13:09.850 would not do, so he put all his strength into pulling away and after 135 00:13:09.889 --> 00:13:13.759 a bit of a struggle, he was able to eat the morsel whole. 136 00:13:13.279 --> 00:13:18.120 Dragging a whole bunch of wood behind him. Not Wanting to be rude, 137 00:13:18.440 --> 00:13:22.120 he quickly returned the wood back to the shore as a thank you for the 138 00:13:22.279 --> 00:13:28.190 dinner. The next day must have been some sort of celebration on the island, 139 00:13:28.230 --> 00:13:31.830 as there were so many boats in the water and food too, bloody 140 00:13:31.909 --> 00:13:37.710 mounds of meat being flung into the water just for him. However, he 141 00:13:37.230 --> 00:13:41.899 found the whole Party to be noisy. Fireworks and explosions were not his thing 142 00:13:43.220 --> 00:13:46.700 and he decided to leave early that night. One of the revelers must have 143 00:13:46.779 --> 00:13:50.980 been separated from the Party, and Bruce decided to thank them for such a 144 00:13:52.139 --> 00:13:56.690 wonderful stay. He swam close to the boat, only to have the landfish 145 00:13:56.769 --> 00:14:01.090 inside the boat strike him. Bruce was upset and his natural instinct kicked in 146 00:14:01.529 --> 00:14:05.769 and he fought back, causing the boat to break up and the landfish to 147 00:14:05.809 --> 00:14:11.919 sink to the bottom. And all this bruce lost a tooth, which happens 148 00:14:11.960 --> 00:14:16.279 a lot, but it didn't make him feel any better. In fact, 149 00:14:16.919 --> 00:14:22.200 bruce felt horrible about how he reacted and decided he needed some alone time. 150 00:14:22.919 --> 00:14:26.830 So he ventured further out into the ocean, hoping to find some peace. 151 00:14:26.710 --> 00:14:31.870 As he swam in the cool Atlantic. He thought about the world and how 152 00:14:31.909 --> 00:14:35.629 funny it was. He was always a loner, but he thought maybe this 153 00:14:35.870 --> 00:14:41.379 time he would make some friends. Yes, it's true he wasn't Apex Predator, 154 00:14:41.820 --> 00:14:46.860 but that didn't always mean he had friends. It's lonely at the top. 155 00:14:48.299 --> 00:14:52.379 He also was ashamed of his behavior and made up his mind that the 156 00:14:52.460 --> 00:14:56.370 next time he saw land fish he would apologize. And as luck would have 157 00:14:56.490 --> 00:15:01.370 it, later that day a boat came out to the deep and to Bruce's 158 00:15:01.370 --> 00:15:07.279 surprise, they've brought treats. The land fish on the boat were throwing large 159 00:15:07.279 --> 00:15:11.240 amounts of bloody fish guts into the water. Bruce felt like it was an 160 00:15:11.279 --> 00:15:15.799 olive branch being extended and so, as he promised himself he would, he 161 00:15:15.960 --> 00:15:18.720 accepted the peace offering. He even peeked his head out of the water to 162 00:15:18.799 --> 00:15:26.549 say hello and thank you and sorry for destroying the other boat. He swam 163 00:15:26.590 --> 00:15:28.549 around a bit to show them that, while he was a giant creature, 164 00:15:28.950 --> 00:15:33.629 he was also very peaceful. He followed the boat around, hoping for some 165 00:15:33.830 --> 00:15:37.460 more Chow, and even played a game of tag with a boat, tapping 166 00:15:37.500 --> 00:15:41.500 it gently and then swimming away and then chasing it down and then swimming away. 167 00:15:43.059 --> 00:15:45.940 The boat seemed to like it, as it followed him and and then 168 00:15:45.980 --> 00:15:50.049 ran away too. It was a lovely afternoon, but bruce began to tire, 169 00:15:50.210 --> 00:15:54.769 and so one last chase, he hurried towards the boat to say goodbye, 170 00:15:56.289 --> 00:16:00.490 and Lo and behold, the landfish had tricked him. They shot at 171 00:16:00.730 --> 00:16:06.440 him. What the actual fuck? I was trying to be friendly. Didn't 172 00:16:06.440 --> 00:16:11.159 we have a nice afternoon? But even then the landfish shot at him some 173 00:16:11.279 --> 00:16:15.720 more, and this time they hooked him onto yellow floaties. Bruce was confused 174 00:16:15.799 --> 00:16:19.710 even more so I know how to swim and float. I'm a Freakin Shark, 175 00:16:19.750 --> 00:16:23.909 guys. I don't need help in that corner. Seeing that he was 176 00:16:25.029 --> 00:16:27.909 unsure of the joke that the land fish were playing at he swam away and 177 00:16:29.190 --> 00:16:32.789 and with all of his might, took the floaters down with him. Later 178 00:16:32.899 --> 00:16:37.779 that night, tired from trying to keep the floats under water, Bruce decided 179 00:16:37.860 --> 00:16:41.820 to go back to the boat and ask for help and an explanation. as 180 00:16:41.899 --> 00:16:47.450 he approached the boat, he could hear the landfish singing. Oh where have 181 00:16:47.610 --> 00:16:51.889 you gone, my sweet Spanish ladies? Oh where have you gone, you 182 00:16:52.169 --> 00:16:57.210 ladies of Spain, which infuriated him, as they seemed to be enjoying themselves 183 00:16:57.450 --> 00:17:03.799 while he was miserable. Bruce figured the only way to get these damn things 184 00:17:03.840 --> 00:17:06.920 off of him was to return them to the boat, which he did, 185 00:17:07.359 --> 00:17:10.599 and then to show the land fish he was upset. He decided to tap 186 00:17:10.680 --> 00:17:14.559 the bottom of the boat and scare them a bit, but he didn't know 187 00:17:14.720 --> 00:17:18.910 his own strength and when he nudged the boat, he broke through the bottom. 188 00:17:18.630 --> 00:17:25.190 It was like the other evening all over again. When was Bruce gonna 189 00:17:25.230 --> 00:17:29.990 learn? He quickly swam away in shame. He would never make friends if 190 00:17:30.019 --> 00:17:34.900 he kept destroying their boats. The next morning he swam back to apologize for 191 00:17:36.059 --> 00:17:41.059 his actions the night before, but the landfish were not having it this time. 192 00:17:41.180 --> 00:17:45.890 They chased him and harpooned him again with more of those damned floaties. 193 00:17:45.529 --> 00:17:48.890 Bruce tried to swim away, but they began to pull him towards the shore. 194 00:17:49.369 --> 00:17:53.170 Bruce was pissed and with all his might, swam away, pulling the 195 00:17:53.210 --> 00:17:57.089 boat with him. A struggle commenced, but Bruce then felt a slack on 196 00:17:57.130 --> 00:18:03.640 the line and it released intention from the boat. Bruce, hurt, confused 197 00:18:03.799 --> 00:18:08.960 and dejected from his experience, swam away again to regather his thoughts. What 198 00:18:10.279 --> 00:18:15.309 had he done wrong? It was in his nature to swim and eat hell. 199 00:18:15.750 --> 00:18:19.630 That's all he did. This was supposed to be a vacation, and 200 00:18:19.789 --> 00:18:26.750 instead it turned out to be a nightmare. Amity my ass, thought Bruce 201 00:18:26.829 --> 00:18:30.299 as he swam with a Frickin floaty on his back. It should be called 202 00:18:30.460 --> 00:18:33.980 calamity for all the Shit I've gone through. Was He wrong for being himself? 203 00:18:34.859 --> 00:18:38.539 This did not seem right. He needed to go back and demand an 204 00:18:38.579 --> 00:18:45.369 explanation from the landfish's behavior. A Glutton for punishment, Bruce Swam back to 205 00:18:45.450 --> 00:18:48.329 the ship, only to find this time one of the landfish and a cage 206 00:18:48.529 --> 00:18:55.049 in the water holding a spear. Oh fuck this, I'm through with Being 207 00:18:55.130 --> 00:19:00.440 Nice, Bruce Thought to himself. So, this time purposefully, he attacked 208 00:19:00.519 --> 00:19:03.200 the cage and let the landfish sink to the bottom of the ocean. See, 209 00:19:03.759 --> 00:19:07.599 two can play that game. You wanted me to float and I wanted 210 00:19:07.680 --> 00:19:11.710 you to sink. Not so much fun is it with that? Bruce swam 211 00:19:11.750 --> 00:19:15.309 away humming it song, Dada Da Da, Dada, DA, DA, 212 00:19:15.630 --> 00:19:18.910 Dada Da da Da da Da da Da, DA, DA, da Da 213 00:19:18.910 --> 00:19:27.460 da Dadda, Dadada Dada. Upon looking back, Bruce's heart sank. What 214 00:19:29.019 --> 00:19:34.180 he had just done wasn't what he came there for. He came to apologize, 215 00:19:34.740 --> 00:19:41.609 but instead he feared he made it worse. Filled with regret, bruce 216 00:19:41.730 --> 00:19:47.490 turned back and to his surprise, saw that the boat was sinking. Oh 217 00:19:47.650 --> 00:19:51.769 No, Bruce Thought, I've got to save them, and with that he 218 00:19:51.890 --> 00:19:56.119 swam even faster, throwing himself onto the boat, leading with his eyes. 219 00:19:56.519 --> 00:20:00.039 Get on my back, I'll save you. But instead one of the landfish 220 00:20:00.160 --> 00:20:04.200 kicked and screamed. If he would just relax, bruce could help. But 221 00:20:04.359 --> 00:20:08.109 no, and all the kicking and screaming, the landfish slipped and, very 222 00:20:08.150 --> 00:20:14.869 unfortunately, slipped right into Bruce's mouth. Instinct kicked in and Bruce bit down 223 00:20:15.190 --> 00:20:19.150 out of reflex. and well, the land fish quit kicking. Then the 224 00:20:19.349 --> 00:20:23.220 other land fish have the nerve to throw a silver thing, I'm a barber, 225 00:20:23.299 --> 00:20:29.140 at Bruce, and that got lodged in his mouth. To Bruce was 226 00:20:29.259 --> 00:20:33.740 not having a good day and this apology was becoming more problematic than he had 227 00:20:33.819 --> 00:20:37.809 intended. He swam away, this time circling the sinking boat, wanting to 228 00:20:37.930 --> 00:20:41.809 help the landfish as it were struggling not to get wet. Bruce, ever 229 00:20:41.970 --> 00:20:47.569 wanting a friend and to be understood, rope form and swam towards the fish 230 00:20:47.890 --> 00:20:53.039 and attempt one last apology. Bruce approached humming a Song Dada da Da, 231 00:20:53.359 --> 00:20:56.079 Dada, Da Da, Dada, Da da Da da Da da Da da 232 00:20:56.079 --> 00:21:02.440 Da da Dada Dadda, as to sound friendly and approachable, and he leapt 233 00:21:02.519 --> 00:21:07.069 out of the water to say hello, I'm sorry, can you remove this 234 00:21:07.269 --> 00:21:11.950 thing from my mouth? But to his surprise, the landfish shot at him 235 00:21:12.829 --> 00:21:18.059 and that shot hit the silver tube lodged in his mouth, causing it to 236 00:21:18.180 --> 00:21:27.819 explode and sadly exploded bruce as well. So, in conclusion, on behalf 237 00:21:27.859 --> 00:21:33.809 of my brother Bruce, I would not recommend vacationing near Amity island if you 238 00:21:33.970 --> 00:21:38.890 are a shark. They do not take kindly to our kind and therefore should 239 00:21:38.890 --> 00:21:45.210 be avoided. and to the land fish that killed my brother, I will 240 00:21:45.329 --> 00:21:49.960 haunt you and your family until every last one of you you are dead and 241 00:21:51.440 --> 00:22:03.950 God. And there you have it, another spectacular episode of Down De Fulk. 242 00:22:03.630 --> 00:22:07.430 This episode was mostly written and performed by aerial chat and for Jordan, 243 00:22:08.269 --> 00:22:11.150 down to folk is a proud member of the pod fix network. 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Make sure to 253 00:22:56.720 --> 00:23:00.750 catch up to the minute networks, Shenanigan's by following at pod fix on twitter, 254 00:23:00.069 --> 00:23:04.509 official underfloor pod fix on Instagram, at pod fix network on Facebook, 255 00:23:06.029 --> 00:23:10.150 and make sure to subscribe to pod fix presents wherever you choose to find podcasts. 256 00:23:10.670 --> 00:23:22.059 The pod fix network artist owned the love. Yeah, it's open. 257 00:23:25.380 --> 00:23:30.690 What's up, Dana? Ya? Just so wondering. You knew were be 258 00:23:30.809 --> 00:23:37.289 seen. Mr Warrenton, did you not come to the staff meeting this morning? 259 00:23:38.369 --> 00:23:44.880 You know, I was. I power went out last night. I'm 260 00:23:44.960 --> 00:23:48.599 my apartment. I couldn't get to I couldn't get the door open. I 261 00:23:48.759 --> 00:23:52.839 can't even unpack what that means. But now he's on vacation. Yeah, 262 00:23:52.920 --> 00:23:59.109 yeah, they say he's on vacation, but you know, he didn't tell 263 00:23:59.109 --> 00:24:02.230 me he go on vacation. What does that Piss you off, that Lloyd 264 00:24:02.269 --> 00:24:03.950 went on vacation and didn't let you know? Well, yeah, you know, 265 00:24:04.150 --> 00:24:07.950 you just, you know, just say if you go, if he 266 00:24:07.029 --> 00:24:11.180 go on vacation. He was. You tell me he'd go on vacation. 267 00:24:11.380 --> 00:24:15.059 Well, I guess he didn't tell you he was going on vacation then I 268 00:24:15.339 --> 00:24:17.900 don't know what to tell him. Well, yeah, just, you know, 269 00:24:18.779 --> 00:24:22.460 it's just it's just weird. You know, it's weird that he went 270 00:24:22.539 --> 00:24:25.250 on vacation didn't tell you when I'm vacation. I'm sorry, man, I 271 00:24:25.329 --> 00:24:27.450 don't know what I can tell you. He's on vacation. Well, yeah, 272 00:24:27.849 --> 00:24:32.210 but do you know where he went on vacation? I don't talk to 273 00:24:32.250 --> 00:24:36.529 him like that. I mean you probably should know where he went. Well, 274 00:24:36.690 --> 00:24:40.759 you're Joge, you know, it just he didn't tell me he'd go 275 00:24:40.839 --> 00:24:45.200 on vacation. He just go on vacation. Well, I he's entitled to 276 00:24:45.240 --> 00:24:48.000 vacation. He gets vacation days. Oh yeah, but you know, it 277 00:24:48.200 --> 00:24:52.640 just a kind of word because it just he just went on vacation. I 278 00:24:52.759 --> 00:24:56.470 Gent tell me he's going on vacation. I don't know what to tell you, 279 00:24:56.549 --> 00:24:59.549 man. I'm sure he'll be back soon. I know it's upsetting for 280 00:24:59.589 --> 00:25:02.670 you that he didn't tell you he was going on vacation, but he's a 281 00:25:02.710 --> 00:25:04.829 grown man. If he wants to go on vacation, he's entitled to go 282 00:25:04.990 --> 00:25:08.180 on vacation. And if he doesn't want to tell anybody that he's going on 283 00:25:08.339 --> 00:25:12.740 vacation, that's his right. Yeah, but but you know, he he 284 00:25:12.940 --> 00:25:18.180 just went on he just went on a vacation and and he not told me 285 00:25:18.539 --> 00:25:22.730 he go on a vacation. And you know, I just just get a 286 00:25:22.769 --> 00:25:25.690 little little worried when he go on vacation. You know, tell him, 287 00:25:25.730 --> 00:25:29.130 but he going on vacation. Well, obviously he told somebody he was going 288 00:25:29.170 --> 00:25:33.930 on vacation because they announced that he was on vacation and Jessica's filling in for 289 00:25:33.009 --> 00:25:37.759 him. Oh Yeah, yeah, just you know, I just wish I 290 00:25:37.839 --> 00:25:44.319 knew, you know, where where he is going and you know maybe where 291 00:25:44.359 --> 00:25:47.799 he's going to come back. I'm sure it's fine, Dana. I got 292 00:25:47.880 --> 00:25:51.230 to get back to work, man. So Oh, yeah, sorry, 293 00:25:51.230 --> 00:25:55.349 I didn't meant to bother y'ad just I just so just wander enough for you 294 00:25:55.509 --> 00:25:59.670 know where muster warrant on. I'm sorry I couldn't help man, but you 295 00:25:59.789 --> 00:26:02.349 know, I don't know. I don't know where he went, don't know 296 00:26:02.390 --> 00:26:06.619 when he's coming back. Yeah, I don't. I find thank you. 297 00:26:06.740 --> 00:26:10.299 Don't no problem in fucking nepotism.