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Episode · 9 months ago

40's w/Friends-December- Metaverse, Lee Murray, MCU & Rat paradise city

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In this episode the guys share some WILD stories they've been dying to share w/everyone! From Lee Murray the MMA fighter turned bank robber,Rat Paradise City experiment gone wrong, Marvel Universe then & now and the real estate in the Metaverse using Earth 2. You don't wanna miss this one, somthing for everyone on this one.

This is the motivation. Hey Buddy, welcome to another episode of Jugit thitals coast to coast, the podcast that talks about what's important on and off the Mat. On this episode we're doing our monthly forties with friends segment. As we all all the conversations we have on the mats after class are just as informative and entertaining as those that we have at the beginning of class. I'm this segment we're going to be doing some sharing of some crazy stories we found interesting and wanted to share more with you guys. Today I got my boys cousin an Fonzo. How you play boys doing to day? I'm doing good, man, doing good as always. Can't wait to talk about the segment. I know it's first time I've been on for the s with friends, but I'm really looking forward to it. What about you bonds? Doing a good man, got my meets at Lalla that I'm slipping on with some up I sekrefeco beer in it, so I'm doing great. It's a good Sunday, Sunday Fun Day. Glad to have you on this aunt. Want to hear your topic for sure, and I got good one this time. Frank how you doing, Bro you know what I feel like before we start this show off, I have to take a shot, like to grow my to prepare myself for Roora, what we're about to do, because a segment. I mean, I'm feeling so like he did, so excited about this topic, man, or not really this topic, but this episode. I've been doing a lot of prep work, a lot of research. I got a mild chub going right now. Man. You know saying I'm just I'm really excited, Dude. I got some sick ass topics to share with everybody today. I hope that everyone got to see the little promo video we put out this week on instant. Shad it on face. If you did it, don't even trip, because we got you here. Guys. Why don't we remind everybody what our topics are for this week, because why don't you go and share what you're sharing while I go prep this shot for myself, I'll be right back home. He's sounds good. Sounds good. So so this episode I'll be talking about marvel. Basically, they're need out a little bit talking about marvel and how it's changed over the years, especially being at this is something that you know Frankie and I, we grew up with from little kids, you know, collecting comics and collecting comic cards and stuff like that, and you know, just over the years now finally having a actual like seeing it real life and as a conversation a couple of the guys at the gym had about how, like more little we never thought it we would ever see this come to foition and we always ask a little kids always thought like man, that be so great if you could actually if this, if you could just take it to the next level and just that's just what we were talking about, about how marvel at just come from way back then to where it is now and hopefully where it's going to go. Hell, yeah, that's fuck can. Sounds like an amazing something, Dude. It sounds cool and you already introduce your topics. Not Yeah, man. So I think my my topic for today is just some crazy shit. You know, like I said, I always try to like just follow some crazy pages. I have some crazy information. Every once in a while I'm like, what the fuck, what is this about? Makes me think about it and read a bought read up on it some more. So what we're talking about today is a crazy experiment that happened. I think he was in the S, and it's some guy doing a social experiment with mice and he set up this utopia about these these like he had a bunch of mice or whatever and he just, you know, made it so that way they had everything to need. But it did not turn out the way that most people would expect. It just went crazy, hey wire. So that's what I want to talk about today and what it might mean, like, you know, for social implications with like people in general, like what does that mean for all of us? So, yeah, I found that super interesting but disturbing at the same time. Nay, dude, I remember I was whiling out when you were telling me about the topic you. I did a little bit of research on my own and I was I was take him back by what I what I read. So I can't wait to tell to hear what you got for us on this, on your crazy story. Yeah, what about you? What you bring it to the table today? Frank pro check this out. Before I start, let me take this little shot. De Tho right here, brought to about my brother in law, Philippe Sampson, all the way from Alabama. Thank you for this Liqua I poured out for myself right here. Shout SALU brothers, and for everybody out there listening in podcast land kick this episode off right. Salute Saul. All Right, let me tell you what I'm going to be talking about tonight, guys, on tonight segment of Fort s with friends, I'm going to be talking about Lee Marie MMA, fighter turned bank robber. Yes, that's right, Frank Robbert reportedly stole over ninety...

...two million dollars and I'm pretty sure he did it without shooting one single bullet. So we'll get into that in a little bit. And my second, second topic is something that it's kind of been gaining steam on the Internet, depending on where you're looking, but this was something that was brought to my attention way back in January two thousand and twenty, and I wish I would listen to my boy. Shout out to the hanks to Henry but dio. Some of you listeners might know who him by navy times with hanks, the one of our one of our awesome South Park style cartoons. Thanks hanks to but back in January, hanks to with or Henry was telling me about virtual real estate in the Meta universe and I was like, I didn't look too much into it, but since then it has been slowly growing and growing and gaining steam online and Henry is all in on this and I'm slowly starting to try to tip dip my toes into this, and I'm talking about Earth to so that's what I'm going to be talking about. So, gentlemen, if you all don't mind, how about I started? I kick us off with a little Lee Mer story. Yes, yeah, let's do it as good all right, all right. So, for those of you old school Jiujitos out there, old school mma fans, you may know the name Lee Marie, who did fight back in UFC. Gosh, what did he fight in UFC? Forty seven, forty six, I want to say, and I know this because this was the first UF see that me and our boy Eddie Edwardo contraras went out to, and it was like one of the first fights, one of the first fights on this card, was a gentleman by the name of Lee Murray, who's fighting at a hundred and seventy pounds in the world sway class, taking on I want to say it was hor his Santiago and he ended up winning by triangle and I didn't know too much about Lee Murray at the time, but as soon as he won he jumped up on the cage and started flexing and started pointing at somebody out in the crowd. Mind you, this is UFC forty six, so this is early Zo t too wartees and chuckle it Dale are just starting to make their rides in the UFC. Actually, at this time t to or teases the more known fighter of the two, and Tito wartees was sitting like front row, second, third row, and Leah Murray was calling him out, telling him a get up in here, you're next. So Lee Marie was a welcher way Tito wartees was like the light heavyweight champ, or was the light heavyweight champ somewhere around that time. But the reason he was calling them out was because back in the day when the UFC did one of their first shows in the UK, after the show there's a bunch of UFC fighters hanging out at a bar and Lee Marie was there, Tito wartees was there, Pat Mill tache was there, I want to say even Bruce Buffer was there. I'm not sure what other old school Matt Hughes reportedly was also in this in the crowd when Lee Marie and Tetwarte's decided to settle their personal beef out in the alley. Have you guys heard this story? Oh No, all right, all right. So so I mean t dort's whole lot bigger than a Lee Marie. Lee Mary, who was just an upandcoming and may fighter at this time. More mostly known as a UK gangster street fighter at this time, but he was starting to make the ranks and his at as an amateur fighter and he did hang around with a lot of fighters at this time. So it the story goes that they go out into the alley and Tito wartees in his stacy Adams dress shoes. Just kidding, I don't know if they're stacy Adams. I just imagine him always wearing a pairs shitty ass dress shoes. But supposedly they say he swangk he he threw a left hook. Lee Murray dodges it somehow and throws a five punch Combo and fucking lights Tito up and drops him. What happened? And that's what happened to his grew rear and I knew it. Yeah, pretty much outside ring happen, right. So he gets dropped and then they say he like he takes a couple more kicks to the Dome while he's just and then that's pretty much it. That pretty much it. They break it up and then so that begins the legend of Lee Murrie. So Lee Marie ends up eventually later on fighting in the UFC. He gets this fight with Jorge Santiago and he and now he's known. Right, so he starts building this name and then this story starts to come out about how he fought t toowar tees and and whatnot. And I told you, guys, he's a street fighter. Also, what I forgot to mention was that he was also a drug dealer. So he liked to deal drugs.

He was a hotshot in the UK. Anything that was going down in the streets, he was a part of. Dude. He's gotten stadd multiple times, bit into crazy bar fights. Supposedly he was a very Luca luquetive drug dealer, making lots of money spending it on dumb shit. But he was also to a fighter. He liked to fight and he started his MMA career out as a brawler and after a while, I want to say after his first loss, maybe somewhere around there, he got subbed and he decided that he was going to come to United States and train at Pat militaches Jim with Matt Hughes and Jin's pover and ten Sylvia and all these monsters back in the early UFC days. And so he does and he worked on his ground game, works on his ground game and a little bit after that he gets that fight in the UFC and he wins by triangle submission. So his heart work starting to payoff. He comes back to UK. I think that he was trying to get a fight back in the UFC but some visa issues popped up and in the meantime he ended up fighting a fighter that was not known in the UFC but was known on the global MMA scene. I'm not sure if you guys know this guy, Anderson the spider Silva. Is that ringing a build? Oh yeah, so he fights Anderson Silva before Anderson Jumps over to the UFC and goes three hard rounds with him in an organization called cage rage, and I want to say that was for the one hundred and eighty five pound belt, which he ends up losing by unanimous decision, but he didn't get knocked out, and so Kudos to him. You know, that was kind of like a little notch in his belt. And then soon after that, you know, he kind of just disappears and not a lot of known. Not a lot was known of him until this fucking giant back bank robbery goes down, and I'm not sure if you guys have ever heard of it, but it was called the Secuity Tha's depot robbery. Anybody here this dude? I think this went down like in two thousand and eleven, two thousand and twelve, somewhere around there, and I'm sign way after that. I was like, Oh, five hundred and six. And so this video came out of these guys who robbed and I don't even know if it was a bake in m might have just been like like an armored truck company that was about to deliver all this cash and heat. Somebody knew all about it. So it was this was a total inside job. Allegedly it was all handled by Lee Murray. He came out, he had the plans for the whole deal, he had the blueprints for the building, he knew the work schedule for all the workers. He knew who was in charge of the whole deal, and so he came up with this plan where he he organized a team, he got fake cop costumes, he got, I don't know if he got fake cop cars or if like, fake cop lights, and so what he did was he followed the manager of the Bank depot on his way home or some shit, and he pulled the guy over. The guys pull him over and they pull him out of the car and they throw him in the back like this guy doesn't even know what's going on. They tell him that he's wanted for speeding and that they're all all kinds of people. But really, dude, who's going to pull you out of a car for speeding? Yeah, yeah, so my man gets pulled out of the car, they put them in the back seat and after a few seconds of him being in the back seat, they tell him, you know, you really you probably realize this by now, that we're not cops and we're going to rob the bank depot and you're going to help us and if you don't, we're going to kill your fucking family. And then someone calls his family and they have them on the phone. Well, unbeknownst to him there was another group of people that were going over to his house and they get to his house and they knock on the door and then when his wife answers, they tell her it's a game, guys dressed up like police officers. So she thinks it's cops. She answers the door and they tell her that her husband has been in an awful car accident and if she wants to ride to the hospital. So what do you think she says? She says yeah. So she says yeah, the kid gets in the car with her and they take her to where he's at. So he sees they mean business and they drive them off to the bank depot place. The manager goes into the work he tells all the workers a because, by the way, all the workers have these like panic buttons on them. So the moment something goes down, they're just supposed to hit these buttons. Yeah, calls are supposed to come and there's like caught like a police station like not even five ten minutes away from where they're at. So the bank manager tells all the workers, Hey, I'm in...

...a buy please do not hit your buttons. My family is life is on the line. These guys are going to come in here, don't do any but I don't know what he says. Two hours later, these guys unload ninety two million dollars worth of euros into a car and they take off. And it should have been more, but they didn't plan for that much money. So it took him two hours to manually load all this cash into whatever cars they had and they take off. Every two of that was yeah, everybody that was held hostage was they locked them up in cages while they're doing this. Once they leave, they tell him a don't get out or we're going to kill you guys. Blah, Blah Blah. Next thing you know, they're gone, and I don't know how long it took them to realize that they were gone before they finally came out of their cages and called the cops, but I think they ended up giving them like a thirty minute head start. They never taught them initially. Initially they didn't catch him, but I mean, how many movies have you seen where there's a big bang hist and some of the guys that aren't a small part that end up getting away with the high end up doing stupid shit with their money. Right yeah, yeah, that's kind of what ended up happening here. Just these guys didn't spend their money on dumb shit, but they ended up leaving evidence here and there. So there was, I want to say there was like a makeup artist that helped them with prosthetics, and that person got caught first and then they pinched them and then that person gave up some names. While they were rating that house or questioning the artist, the makeup designer, they found a jar of like makeup with the name L Maria on it. So I don't know if that was parten for somebody, but you know, I mean that's like a that's not saying that it was his. You know what I'm saying, but that doesn't look good. You know. Another thing they found was they found one of Lee Murray's cars and in the car they found one of his cell phones, and on the cell phone he recorded a conversation where he was talking with another guy about the freaking robbery records Paul Conversation. Hey, there's so need this lot of people to do that Shit. I do. It was not. Yeah, that's need us to say. The cops were hot on their trail a few days afterwards. And Lee Marie, because his dad was a Moroccan citizen, is get has the birth right, I guess, of being a hat a Moroccan citizen as well. So he takes his best friend who helped in the robbery, and they flee to Morocco with I don't know how much of this money, but they got a shitload of it. Not only do they have a shitload of it with him, but it sounds like they have access to it somewhere else because someone keeps sending that money. So they come to Morocco, they settle. Do they buy fucking mansions, they buy expensive ass sports cars. They're always flossing their money. They're going to the mall, just having parties, having drug they fly girls from the UK over for the weekend a party with them. They're just like not living under the radar at all. One of the reasons they're able to do this is because Morocco has an anti extradition law where they don't extradite anybody for for nothing. And so eventually Lee Marie gets busted for drugs and that's how the Moroccian government apprehends him and they throw him in jail, and then the British government is trying to get him extradited, but they're like no, we got this, we got this. So as he's on trial, you know his court they are his trials complete, and I want to say they gave him like ten years, ten years, something like that. Well, he realizes that they're not going to let him out sooner than that and he's like, I can't be up in here. So while he's in prison, he still has access to all this money. So he's having people bring him in drugs, he has prostitutes coming in, he has all this fancy clothes. So all the other inmates they see this shit and they don't like it. They're actually hey, they hate on him big time. Well, sooner sooner or later, when Lee Marie is like he's like yeah, you know what I got? I coming up with the plan. I gotta get a out of this prison. This fool starts dropping weight. This fool starts cutting weight in the prison so that he can cut through the bars and sneak his way out. We're sore, he's gonn he's trying to squeeze in through the bars...

...at the prison. He's already he locked up. He's in a MOROCC in prison. And he's trying to come up with an escape plan. So his plan is he's gonna cut through the bars because someone's going to send him a saw and he's gonna start dropping way so that he can squeeze in through so that he doesn't have to cut as many bars. Does that make sense? Oh yeah, okay, okay, all right. So check this out. Somebody this this fucking totally looney tune style. Someone sends him a cake with the fucking saw hit it. He has this cake in his cell. Another inmate breaks into his cell to steal his shit because he knows he's got drugs, he's got money, he's got closed whatever. When he's in there, guess what? He finds the saw. Yes, he finds the sauce. And then guess what he does? He exactly now, and then that's it. That ends the whole escape plan right there, because then they put him, they lock him up even more. They gave him more time, and that's what basically where he's been there since, and that that bad other inmate. Man, he fucked it up and he could have just freed himself. That was those kind of a little bit of boy crazy, crazy, crazy story and I want to say. Just yesterday I posted a pick of something that Lee Murray spent a lot of. They don't say how much money he spent on this, but he spent some money on Arrow, his only win in the UFC. Unfortunately, it looked like it was made by a middle school kid. I don't know, it's I mean I would. I think he would have found somebody better. I mean I actually felt sorry for him. But crazy, crazy story. Lee Marie still locked up. And you know what, I don't think they found all the money yet. Oh Shit. So then some of that money to be out there, still somewhere? Yeah, yeah, it somewhere. Someone knows where it's at. So crazy, crazy story, man, what waste the talent he could have got. Mean I'm not saying he would have been a champ. Who knows? You know for sure is when he gave us some awesome fight. No way in hell he would have made more than ninety two million dollars. Not even closed. I was gonna say, and I don't know, I think, I think that. I think that was his talent. I mean sneaking off with ninety two million dollars is now no easy feet. I'm not saying a condoned or nothing, but I'm just like that's pretty fucking memorable, you know. I mean, I don't know. Yeah, that's a crazy easy ass story, man, crazy story. Wow, who's on Dick? Wow? All right, man, well, I'll go next. I'll go next. So, yeah, my story is is definitely strange in a different way. So it's always strange and I know. I know, man, I know. So all right. So this this experiment that I was talking about earlier. It was carried on by this Guy John Be Calhoun, and he's five fire rememory correctly. He's some sort of kind of like a social scientist, and what he did was he he the experiment conside was creating this sort of rat rutopia or like mouse utopia type of thing as a setup. So what they did is they started off with for sets of breeding pairs of these lab rats, HM. And the four pairs of rats were, we're pre screened to make sure that, you know that like there wasn't any type of like diseases or any any kind of like animalodies in their genes and stuff like that. They were just, you know, they're trying to get them the healthiest pairs of lab rats that they could find for this, for this experiment, and what they did is they stocked it up with plenty of food, plenty of water, plenty of like building material for an ass like like put it down to like the optimum temperature and humidity and all that shit like it just it was just like perfect conditions. So think about like the most perfect place you can be, like fucking Hawaii on like the perfect day. You got everything you need, you got, you know, any food you want, any drink you want, it's all good, and you're there. Would like fucking hotties that like have no disease and you can just go to town on like that's what kind of Shit that they built here for these little fucking rats, right. And so the whole thing was like let's just see kind of what happens, like what what what happens when you give these rats like everything that they need and they don't have to worry about shit and at first like, you know, goes as well as you expect. So rats don't have to fucking compete for food or nothing. So they're happy, you know. I...

...mean there's no fucking natural predators, nothing can happen to them. So they all they're doing is what would you do in that case? And Yeah, I'd be having some fun, especially with all what you just said. But I mean our rats really going to be at the same Oh, yeah, all they were doing is fucking up all about measure. They were there were a play are dice. Yeah, that's all it was. Man. So, yeah, man like it just heated is them two thousand. It was a ripping in the tear, ripping in the tear there hall. So check it out. So you know they were fucking so much. The population doubled every fifty five days on average. As it went on, likes every five day, if fifty five won't initially was quicker than that, obviously, but once it kind of maintained like a nice little stability, every fifty five days, that population doubled and everything was cool for the most part. The troll began once a population hit six center knees, I like about six hundred and twenty. So at this point in time, the the doubling, the rate of doubling, decreased to from every fifty five days to one hundred and forty five days. And it wasn't because like there was like a lack of space, because the capacity for for this fucking like Utopia was three thousand. So threezero motherfucking rats can fit in this motherfucker. So this is like, well, be befet is a round paradise. Yeah, dude, it's crazy. But the reason it started to slow down is because at a certain point fucking rats had like no purpose, like there's don't only so many Alpha males that can that can lead like a like a group of fucking rats. So like lesser males didn't have a real like a roll, you know what I mean, like they were just kind of started to withdraw from the group. So instead of being like these little communal like little huddles or whatever of rats or communities, they would just kind of isolate themselves. Or there was like this little pool in the center of the fucking and enclosure and they would just spend their day there and just chilling, just like like lethargic, just not really wanted to do shit. They would just lay like they wouldn't want to do shit, like they would just sit there. And then some of the Alpha males became way more aggressive than the normally would. So what they started doing is they just started going to these fuckers who would just would drawn and started fucking with them, just fucking like just beating the shit out of them, biting them, and the fucking the wood drawn males would just sit there and take it. They wouldn't want to fight back. They would just fucking sit there and like let them fucking be like just fucking beat the crap up and listen. Yeah, that's all they were doing. And then so those aggressive, same aggressive males, will also start raping all the females, and then also some of those submissive mails, they will fucking start. Yeah, they would just start fucking raping like motherfuckers, like crazy. And then some of the female rats they had, they had kids. They would just abandon their kids, fucking let them fend for themselves, and the aggressive males would also go and rape those motherfuckers. So it yeah, it just started going nuts. And then all of a sudden things foods went even crazier and crazier, and then they even started like just fucking eating each other. There's fucking plenty of food around, but they just started fucking like after they started like, you know, kicking each other's asses, then they would just like start gnawing on each other and start eating parts of each other, faking it, Hild Dude. Yeah, dude, it just became a crazy, crazy experiment. And then so the population peaked at two thousand two hundred, like rats, so still below the capacity of this fucking enclosure. So one of the some of the things that they were saying, like, well, what led to it? And then, well, the original, you know, the original theory proposed by John Be Calhoun is that, you know, as population expands, and then there's like these the social structures that people don't like when you have everything you need and don't have to go out and work for yourself and and and like just you know struggle or whatever, like it makes you be doing. And that I mean saying that this is what where we're at right now as a society. That's why everyone's always shooting each other and having crazy road rage. Where the real and we have too much resources, so we're going crazy. That that was like that there. That's that's what this guy proposed, right and look, I mean if you look around, what's happening? Yeah, it's kind of easy to see that maybe that's what's happening now, but in reality, like ever since this experiment took place, other social scientists have like looked at this and said, well, yeah, but it's not the whole story. You know what I mean? Because here's the thing, the real thing, the real situation started going to ry in this experiment...

...when some of the males became with drawn. And the reason why they became with drawn was because it wasn't because like they were given everything that they needed, it was that they just had no place. You know what I mean, like, dude, it was part of it. It was part of it. Yeah, you know what any but it was just like they had no place in the world, so it just like they just would drew, you know what I mean? And then that so you don't have a place in society, you're just going to turn to a cycle, serial killer, rapist. I mean it not necessarily, but it'll lead you to do shit that you normally wouldn't do. It'll fucking mess with your psyche, is what they were saying. Well from actually, that's funny that you said that, because I was actually like a maybe we could go. I was listening to this podcast and someone and they were actually talking very similar to what you're talking about right now and seeing like into you know, kind of bringing it to like today's society. Yeah, and right, not going to the lines of like what breakie talking about, but how like masculine it let masculinity. You know, in today's society, how it's changing, how there's sometimes there's that if you're very, you know, I don't know how to say buttially, like in today's society there in some areas, you know, it's kind of like you're wrong if you're masculine or anything. And they're talking about like how back in the S and S, you know, how people were having kids because like they had farms and you know, they it was hopping them, you know, could go the farms, and then over the years kind of that's change and they've seen like statistics now that, because you're talking about like the growth and everything of these rights and stuff. You know, like over the years they have seen a decrease and even like today, like even like my girls, you know, my girls are like we don't want to have kids, like they're like holy we don't want to kids. We don't know. And that's like the generation now, whereas back in the day that was kind of like your thing, like you grew up, you got married, you had kids and then you know it kind of grouping it. But over the years they've, as the generations have gone, they've started seeing the decline and at the same in just the in just the that area, the population growth. They're starting to see that now in today's society. They you were we might if it each going, we might not be able to sustain like are, like our society, because there's no more kids being, you know, wanting to be born and stuff like that. And then, you know, like the other part where you're talking about how no purpose and everything there, you know, the Society Guy, who or social guy, was saying that no purpose there. He was also talking about that and how, like in today's society, like, you know, kidkids and anything like that, young boys and Ryd or, you know, they're not really taught to be, you know, masculine. It's kind of just like it that your masculine. You're it's kind of wrong. I mean he kind of goes he goes way, you know, like really explains it better than I am, but he hit a lot of things that you're talking about in there, like damn, that's that's crazy. Yeah, and I mean and it's a lot more than just like the status up, because obviously, you know, obviously, like humans are a lot more complex and than than rats, right, but I mean it does, it does get you think about purpose, right, like and it's true, man like. I don't know, I don't know if you've ever dealt with this and you know, but I'm sure halfs. I don't want to speak for anybody, but you know, there was points in my life where I felt like I had, you know, I don't know what my purpose was. You know, I mean and and and in those times you do tend to feel lost and with drawn and not really know what to do, in how to how to act and behave. You know I'm saying, like it just kind of leads you to really like like kind of messed up places sometimes. You know what I mean, mentally speaking. So it's pretty easy to kind of like see how this can affect like a like a mass amount of people. So yeah, I mean it's pretty crazy, dude. So it just it's nuts. I don't know if like we're at that level right now, but it's certainly can see how how shit can be fucked up in society. And I mean and like you know, like Fel Ay, we're on a raisor wire almost about to tip over, and that's what we could be basing pretty soon. Yeah, just messing. Maybe we're abys yeah, that well, that's true. I mean, at the end of the day we are animals. We might be more complex ones, where we're still animals, you know. I mean we still have the same type of structure that that these rats do. So Shun't this. Maybe eats his multilos. Well, what, you're not supposed to like that puttle one my toast. No, that's a crazy ass story, Dude. Like that was a like the more I read about that, the more like the crazier...

...the rabbit hole I went down through them. I mean is that experiment had to just crazy implications, like it's totally theoretical, you know. I mean it's just theory, it just data, you know what I mean? Who knows that that can really expand to to human realm? But it's interesting, man. Yeah, yeah, definitely is interesting. Yeah, well, I mean some consider as we kind of move forward to society and and I mean like just you know, when people are starting to get with drawn. You know, it can, it can, you know, maybe maybe that's it. Maybe that's it. You know, just just noticing people around you who do seem to be withdrawn and and maybe try to reach out and see, you know, if we can, at least in the slightest sense, helped him find some purpose. You know, sure bring them into the group somehow. You know. Yeah, I'll find out way, right or true. We're good job find so that's a crazy ass story. Thanks for bringing us way the fuck down on that. Thanks. All right. To pick us back up, aunt, let's get your set your topic of Man, Oh man, well, I definitely feel like mine is nowhere near your guys. I feel like, you know, I guess I feel like real life, the little cousin who's kind of trying to hang out with his older, older cousins and stuff and, you know, talk to trying to find something to talk about. This, you know, super interesting, especially after those two topics. Dan. Those are good, man. I'm going to I'm a find that podcast, I'm Goa share with you guys and tell me what you guys think. You read that and everything and gives you statistic and stuff. But all right, so my topic, on a kinder, gentler note, it's just talking about marvel, man. So that's really like a big thing right now, especially like in my household. It's kind of one of those things that we, you know, we shared. I I share this with I'm always shared this with my cousin. Since I was little. We collecting comics. He got me into collecting comments. Obviously he's older, so you know, he was collecting comics. I started collecting comments and then, you know, we would go, we walk, like we take the first time, I think I first time I took the bus was with cousin frank going to the Comic Book Store and, you know, getting comics and common the cards and stuff like that. And so my earliest memories have been, you know, marvel and stuff and just Oh, I thought by comics you meant Soucia a magazines that your uncle's used to us to hide unerneath his mattress. Who those are only empty Quinea at the get my back, my back. All right, sorry about that. I didn't want to write it. It's wanted to clarify. I just wanted to clarify. Yeah, it's so so we like, you know, there's something that we used to you know doing. Oh, just basically like over the years. It's just, you know how it's change. We went from having comic books and having all these stories and now it's you know, well, actually not now, but maybe, like, you know, maybe mids maybe early, they started coming out with, you know, obviously the marvel whole universe, the movies, the phase one, phase two, you know least three, accumulating phase three not too long ago, and now we're moving on to phase four of all these things. And you know, just, you know, watching this and seeing how it's grown and then, you know, sharing this. Would like my daughters and stuff who, you know, they didn't necessarily have that generation of collecting comics, but now this is this is their first experience with marvel and everything like that, and you know, and so to them it's just like, Oh, it's a movie, you know, it's a green movie, or it's this and that, but to us it's like, you seeing that transition from comic book just pay for, you know, and possibly maybe a small movie or small cartoon, and that was really all that we got to. Now you have this whole Marvel Universe that it just blowing and exploring, you know, and you know what you'll up questions I had that I was going to I want to ask you guys, you know, being and you guys are you guys are familiar with marble? I don't. Cousin Freak is up on you. Your like. What are your thoughts? There's two questions for you. So during, you know, the early marvel movies, we had a couple actors that change in character. Any movies. To first one you had is hulk, with first you was Edward Norton and then he went to mark rufflell. What's your guys as thoughts on that? Like you know them changing and going. Who Do you think was better? Oh Man, that's a difficult you might, if I take this first rank, go for Doude, go far man. That's difficult to say for me because check it out. I really like the tone of the incredible hulk. I thought it was a pretty good movie. I really enjoyed it and I like and I really like Edward Norton as an actor. About the Eric Banna Incredible Hulk? Right, I'm just let's pretend that one didn't I always pretend that one didn't happen.

No one was terrible, but no good. Yeah, Edward Norman's incredible hulk man was was good. Man. I like that it was. It was kind of gritty. I like the fact that he was. You know, I mean it was kind of like the only thing I didn't like was this kind of like the same hulk story pretty much. So I kind of wanted it to be a little different, you know, just be him being chased by Thunderbolt Ross. Of course I know why they had to do that, but still want a little bit different. I like the fact that they had the abomination at the end. I fight was fucking tie. You know, there was a lot of good things to do to to to that movie and I and I was super bummed when they canceled a follow up. That said, though, I really don't I really see why marvel didn't include it. I mean it's still cannon, I suppose. You know, it's still there, but they're not going to move forward with that tone or Edward known. So I do like hulk now. I like Mark Rufflos Hulk. I think it's like funnier and it works better with that ensemble and it works better within the mce. You now, I don't think Edward Norton's Hulk would would mesh that well. You know, I mean right, but I don't know. I mean I like, I guess the way I look at it right now is. I like that they're both here. I like that it can go back and watch the incredible hulk and enjoy it just as a stand little movie and still know that it's connected somewhat to the mcu. But I also like that at the mcu exists the way it is now. What about you? Frank you know what I'm about. I was a big Ed Norton Fan I was up. I love that everything about that incredible hulk movie with him, the storyline, the way it played out, the awesome fight seeing you just describe. But when they switched over to mark Ruffalo, as I just I don't know if you said this or not, but I felt like he didn't miss a beat. I will it was a different hulk right. He played it at different completely different character, but you could still but it's still fit into the hulk style. You know. Whole is one of my favorite characters. I did read a lot of hulk back in the day. I love if you are also a hulk fan and if you're looking for some old stuff to read, look up anything written by Bruce Jones. He did a fantastic storyline with incredible hulk back in the early s. But the hulk that's now with Mark Rough I can't even I can't even remember the hulk that was before that. I kind of just feel like this is the hulk that we deserve. It fits perfectly into the NCEU and I don't I really don't see a problem with it, you know, but I'm kind of glad. Actually, the only thing that now that you're saying that, frank the only thing that comes to mind that I don't know how would play out and I would definitely want to see this on the big screen. I don't know I whoever going to get the opportunity, but it's like if I, if I could like, like have Kevin Feike Ezier and say hey, man, you better make this happen, I would ask him for World War Hulk, and I don't I honestly think World War Hulk would work way better in rock style. I want the Real Planet Hulk Stories. That's exactly exactly that all time favorite stories of all. Thank you for bringing that out. Fund Zone. Yeah, so I think Ed Norton's Hulk would work way better in that story online then Mark Ruffle. Oh for sure. He's got that fury, he's got that passion, he's got that fire that planet hulk thrives on. You know, great storyline. If you haven't ready, go check that out, because Thor Ragnar rock does an injustice to planet hulk. Even though they teas it, he still don't get the full story. Man, it's a really great story. What about your where about? Well, I mean I think, I think I was just going to hit on this, but I agree with both you guys on you know, on whole, can everything like that and how? You know, the movie was great stand alone. And but mark, you know, Mark Rufflo really, you'll gives us what we win. But I think also to I think Mark Ruffalo brings not only a good hulk but he also brings a good Bruce Banner to the whole situation, like Edward Norton, you know, great actor. You know you played it a good Bruce Banner and or anything like that, but I really, I mean as far as like would I remember from the comics and everything, I feel like Mark Ruffle really brought that Bruce Banner character to life, like it wasn't just about hulk, it was both characters and they developed both characters very well with him and I think he did, like he did a great job. But there's my hear next and last question before I get onto the rest of what I research and found. But my last question with me. What about war machine? You got war machine, who started off as terrence Howard and then became down cheetle after the first one, and we will get into a why, you know. You know the rumors of why he switched and why they, you know, switched him out. But who do you think played a better? War Machine? I'll go with you print. You know what I'm I'm not a big terrence Howard Fan, so when he left, I really...

...didn't care. You know, war machine not a character that I'm very familiar with either, you know, but I do got to admit that I like Don cheetle as him. I think he fits him better than the other guy, did you know what I mean? And as yeah, actor, I mean I just like down cheetles work more. I'm sorry, I'm more of a fan. Right, right. What what about your Ponzo? I don't know, man, I don't know if I gave that one that much thought. You know, I mean terrence our yeah, you know, he's got some good movies. I liked him and hustle and flow. Yeah, I mean if you would have spit that whoop, that trick sign a song and iron man, I think I would have been better, you know, playing. But I don't know, man, Don Scheetle did pretty good, I think. I think I don't really had I didn't have an issue with it, although it took me, took me out a little bit when night, like when I saw iron man too and I saw Don cheetle instead of terrence hour. I think like physically Sarah and Howard looks apart more, you know, of the Comic Boos Stomach Book Style, then Don Scheetle does. But it's not that big of a deal. Yeah, what I feel what have been terence towered from for brothers with Marquis Mark, though. Okay, then they should have kept him, but he didn't play that, guys bullshit, all right. So so, I mean I'm I think I'm with with you guys on that. I mean one terencewer left. I you know, it pretty much it was like, oh, okay, not a big deal, like it wasn't. I don't think that he really made the character like Don Chootle does, you know, you know, lookedwise and everything. I don't know. You know, I didn't I'm not really familiar with what he resembled, the character resembled in the conicooks, to say so, strictly off of what the movies and how they've explained them in the movies and anything. You know, maybe he fits terrence fits that more air force, you know, officer look and build for me. But I think Don shootle really hits the character very well and I'm I've been super happy with with everything that's going but with that, with all that being said, I mean we've had all these marvel movies going on and now we're onto face for face war. You know, we're having, you know, black would start off with it on like black widow and Shane Chi. We have a turnels with spider man's coming. Now Dr Strain and the multiverse. Who got thor again, Black Panther, the marbles, ant man and Wasp, gardens of the galaxy, blade and fantastic for and then one thing like that. You know, I'm super excited about all these movies and everything kind of building on what's going to happen next and the next ultimate bays and, you know, the next Infinity War Saga at the end of all this stuff. But how they're mixing the characters and how where they can go in the universe. And one of those things kind of I'm super excited about and they kind of teased it and they talked about releasing it and then they pulled it back and now I'm going to release it. Is The more vious movie, you know, the living vampire by by jared lettle, that's supposed to now we have a release date of January, Twenty Eight, two thousand and twenty two, so right around the corner. And when you know doing the reason noise on it, you can see a lot word they could. You know, number one, you got spider man. It's now being brought into the mcu and we're going to really see the multiverse in this, supposedly in this next spider man movie. You know. And then when you start thinking about morbious and if you look into it, you already see that Michael Keaton, who was a villain in spider man, is also being introduced or also in the more vious movie. So you know and you know spider man's history with more beous you have in the last a Ben a movie, you saw how they introduce spider man into you know, the spider man that we know the spider man. That's no way home. It's coming out. You see where their start. They they're ready to start crossing him over, and it's just like men, where they go. Blade, blades, another one. You see blade, you know, in the whole list of more bious, you know, characters and stuff like that, like known allies of more morbious is blade Dr Strange, who's, you know, big, and we have that multiverse movie that's coming out. And then, you know there's been talk of a ghostwriter, another ghostwriter coming. So can that you know, introduce ghost rider with Morbous, you know, eventually. I mean I'm just super pump about where this could go, what they can bring you know, we have lizard who's being talked about in spider man,...

...no way home, and he's one of more bous's, you know, enemies. So can they bring that all together with spider man and introducing I'm just super still. What about you guys? Dude? I just I mean, it's incredible, like you said, from the beginning, dude, like watching its ALD play out. It's fucking it's amazing. Dude. Like I remember like as a kid, you know, like reading some of the comic books and then getting excited to watch just a cartoons, do just sentury morning cartoons. You know what I mean, like just watching the Xmen, like, you know, when I first read, for example, like you know, days of futures passed, you know, in the comics, and then was able to watch it like on TV, like on a Saturday morning conto. That was fucking dope, like in my mind as a kid. And you know, now, to to be able to see these same story lines, are similar story lines now like on the big screen, would like live action. That shit is fucking just amazing. So, like I get excited every single time, you know, I just I love these comic book movies. So it's like it's kind of cool too, because, you know, I don't have kids right now, but my like my nieces and nephew's, like they started growing up, just like you said, with your kids, and and it's some you share right, like yeah, you know, you you it's a new generation. This is what they're seeing. So like it's cool to go back and relive like what I saw as a kid with the next generation, but just in this new, different and more exciting format, in is fucking awesome. So I can't wait what's going to happen next, especially as technology gets better. We yeah, you know, like now, I don't know, maybe next, next ten years, like will be in the movie, you know, I mean like a find a way to put me in the movie somehow. Yeah, virtual reality, it's coming, you know, bigger and bigger. You know, Firston what for comp comments where it's on the paper. Now we, you know, our general are our later years. We're starting to see like the movies where you wining a full you're not just reading and imagining what the characters like and, you know, filling in areas. You're getting it right there. You're seeing it. And then what about the next, next generation, where you're watching movies and you're part of it? Yeah, you're in the Oh man, that's would be nuts. We got you CUZ Super Stoke Man. I mean we talked about this all the time. How many times did we wish we could be kids during this age or where or that we wished movies were like this when we were kids, because we totally shit her pants. Know. Yeah, I think you guys nailed there. Everything you guys said, everything that needs to be said about this. It's just it's a great time to be alive. It's a great time to steal, to see our stories come to life on the screen. They literally, these movie studios literally literally have thousands and thousands of storylines to choose for. My mean, if they want to be laziest fuck, they would never have to write another screenplay in their life. Just pick up a book and put it on film. That's all I'm saying, you know, yeah, Oh, yeah, oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, so that I mean. That's that's really what I got, man. I super choked about this and the more just like dived into it, the more my mind like, oh well, they can connect this and they can get I feel like a little kid again. I feel like a little kidd again. I want to pull my comics out, pull my comic cards out and start reading and start getting, you know, into it about where these were, where they could connect in an area the I'm just make it feel like a kid again. I love this thing. That for sure good topic cause, way to share some good thing, way to bring us back up. All Right, man, your next frank closes out, closes our all right, man, let me close us out here. I got, like I mentioned earlier at the beginning of this episode, big shot out to Henry but dio, who first mentioned this topic to me way back in January, and he hit me up. He was like hey, Yo, check this out. Have you heard of virtual real estate? And I hadn't, and I started to look into it a little bit and I was just like, Dude, who's gonna be doing this? WHO's gonna fucking pay for some land? And I mean how many you guys have played open world game before, GTA, world of warcraft, Sky Rim, any of those? Would you ever consider buying land in that world, where you could only access it in that world? Nope, no, about exactly. No, I like you might. I mean, I've never done this, but I know people spend money on weapons or like skins or costumes for their characters, you know what I mean. But going as far as, like, to purchase an actual piece of virtual land where you can just say that that's yours, and thought's like to me, that's I'd seem kind of extreme. But back in...

January we hadn't really heard of the explosion that was about to come, you know what I mean, and what I'm talking about is nft's and FT's or these like. To me, I honestly I don't even really know what they are. To me, they're just like these virtual pictures that you own. But Dude, what's I mean? It's a picture, you can take a screenshot of it. Who gives a shit's? But these things end up being worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. And so this virtual world that Henry was jumping in on. So let me explain what this is going to be. And I'm talking about Earth to so earth to launched, I want to say late last late two thousand and nine, whatever. We twenty one, late two thousand and twenty, I want to say, I think maybe mid two thousand and twenty. And what they were aiming for, was the people that were making this was they were trying to create a gain where in the future, people were going to come and gather by the they're hoping by the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, where they're going to create a one to one scale of the real world and they're going to map it. And I'm sorry, they're not gonna. They already did. They mapped out the entire world in a google map style, two dimensional map, where there's one by one meter grid all over the entire planet. Are you guys follow me? Yeah, okay, so you go to this you go to this website, you type in the search engine all I want the corner of Belmont and Seventh Street in Fresno, California, and it'll give you an overlay shop and you're like, I want you save liquor property right there. I want the whole block and you can buy it in the virtual world. And that's and that's what the premise of this was, right. So let me rewind a little bit here and explain how Earth to has a three phase plan, right. So phase one was the phase that just currently finished wrapping up. I want to see like December fourth. So add prior to December fourth they were selling these, they call them tiles. So you can buy squares anywhere in the world that you wanted. You want to buy land in China, Japan, California, Russia, Indonesia, you could want just like in the real life, the Juanta exactly, exactly. But just like in real life, the tiles in a Silicon Valley are going to be worth a whole lot more than some tiles in the middle of the Congo. You following me? Okay, yeah, all right. So as more and more people buy these tiles in these specific locations, the price of all the tiles in that area goes up. So if everybody's buying tiles in the San Jose area and you got tiles in the San Jose area, the value of your tiles slowly started to go up, and the prices of these tiles range from tens of sents to dollars. You know, you could spend five bucks on fifty tiles in China or two tiles in California. You know, but what you own them, you own them and and that's basically all phase one was. They're just basically trying to sell lots. It's like a howsy. It was like a how they development and they're just advertising. Hey, we got these lots, come buy them. Right. How much? This one wasn't the Quanta cost man, and I you know what, I don't know the exact numbers, but they're in about starting up a Chinese food restaurant. You could do it, you could do it, you could do it. I'll get to that in just a little bit. So phase one was basically by property. That's all they wanted people to do. Buy It. You could buy tiles and you can sell the tiles. They called this. Anything that you bought prior to December four, two thousand and twenty one was considered phase one. Anything after it's actually, I'm sorry, not phase one. They're called Tier One. Aim He bought after December four, it's considered tier too now. So the main difference between Tier One and tier two leads us to phase two of their plan. And in phase two they were thinking that by this by the time they started face too, they probably we're going to have all the tile sold, which they don't. You can still buy them. Even if someone buys a tile, you can buy it from them as long as they're willing to sell it. Any question so far? No, but I do have some to add and less. You're going to cover this later, because I was looking at it when you and I talked about it a couple weeks ago. That on those tiles. It also tells you what resources might be available to you...

...in that in that pile space too. Yeah, so in phase two, the each tile is supposed to generate some type of resource. They can be cool, it can be metal, it can might be gold, it could be wood, but it kind of correlates to real life. So for example, let's say you want to buy a tile and Fresno, you're buying a tile in the middle of Tower district. You're like, yes, I want tile, I'm buying the corner of Palm and olive and I'm going to start building whatever. I'm going to build a gold mine and I want gold. Well, guess what, Fucker, in real life there is no gold in that area. So when the game there's not going to be any gold in that area either. So one thing that they meant that they do mention as a tip is wherever there's real life resources in the real world, you might consider purchasing land in that area because in the virtual world there's a high probability that those same resources are going to be found on that on those times. Does that make sense? Yeah, yeah, so you want to buy time, you want your property to produce diamonds, you better go to Africa and get into them diamond mines down there. You want some gold, you better go to the Congo and get one of them gold mines out there. You want some silver, you better get into the silver mines in Mexico. You know I'm saying, do your research and you can find out that's just one of the tips that you can find on their website. Another thing I mentioned. If you bought tiles prior to December fourth, it was called Tier One. Tier one tiles produce more resources than tier too. So if you're buying stuff now, you're not. Your your blend is not going to produce as much resources as the tier one stuff. However, I did read that there is going to be a way for you to convert your tier to properties into tier one proper parties. I emailed earth to themselves and I asked, how can you do this, and they responded by saying we're not doing that at this time. So I don't know why their website says that you can when they're telling me you can't. So maybe in the future they'll figure that out. But I'm sure you just got to pay some cash and you can upgrade your landed tier to one reason you would want to upgrade your land, I'm sorry, from tier two to tier one, is so that you can create more resources. No matter what I want to. I don't know how they convert the wood, gold, silver or whatever resources into this other resource, but the main resource that they use in the game is goes by the name of essence, essence is collected and essence is then turned into jewels. Jewels can then kind of like you guys ever play world of warcraft. Nah, all right, all right, so I used to play world of warcraft back in the day and my character had a job on the side that he would do and he was a jewel crafter and he would I would find these gems, like in an auction or while I was in a cave, on a on a mission or some shit. I would find these gyms. But because I had, my character had these these call them recipes and the skills to make jewels, I could craft better jewels with the jewels that I would find. Does that make sense? Okay, yes, so in this game you can the the gems that your tiles produced. You can then use them to create better gyms or better jewels. Once you have these better jewels, you keep these jewels on your property by something that's called a mentor, I believe a mentor. It doesn't specifically say what these mentors are, but it kind of just sounds like a safe, like a holder for your jewels. If you don't have a mentor on your tile, you're not going to be able to hold the jewels. So you can either buy a mentor for them for five bucks or after fourteen days one's just going to pop up on your property. Every time you buy the tile, one will pop up fourteen days later. Does that make sense? Yeah, all right. You produce those jewels and you combine them to make them better jewels and then your your property produces even more resources and then after a while, you can then sell those resources or trade them with other people for who knows what they do. It does sound like they have like a like a market place where you can sell your jewels and your tiles if you're interested in doing stuff like that. So it's an actual market place. So that takes us into phase three. And in phase three the squared starts getting crazy. It gets really crazy. They're really trying to bring in what you guys seen ready player one, where the guys yeah the goggles and once they goggles on they're like in a real world where,...

...okay, well, eventually, once they get to face three, they're hoping that they cannot only provide a ready player one style world for us to be in, but they want to combine that with augmented reality. So what they want is for you to be walking around say, for example, a we're all we're all going to go have drinks at River Park. We're all at the yard house and we're all in our booth and we all put on our VR goggles and when we're you look in the yard house, we can see everybody in there, but we're also in our earth to world that's overlaid on top of the real world. So it's a VR world inside of the real world. I have no idea how this is going to work, but it sounds grey. And eventually, by the time they get into phase three, they want people to start building on their land. You can build buildings. Fonto was talking about creating an amazing Chinese food market place in Tiquana. I heard there's a crazy he market for it. It could explode. Who knows, maybe you could take that world right Bunzo. I don't know. But what they're trying to envision is a world where there's no boundaries, there's no limits, you can build whatever the F you want, and they're trying to build a community, a community of users that are going to help, because they're even saying do we don't even have the technology to build what we're saying we can build yet we're hoping that it can get created sometime in the near future. Yeah, dude, but like you, if you stop and think about it for a second, like the pieces are there. You know what I mean? Like, all right, think about think about it this way. Have you heard of silent like nightclubs? No, tell us, so what? Yeah, like like a like a silent nightclub. All you talking about? Where they the ear phones on? Yeah, yeah, okay, yeah, so you go, you pick up a pairt your phones, you put them on, there's a DJ spitting, yeah, and he's just like spending music and like it just being cast directly to the earphone. So, like you walk around, there's nothing, like you don't hear Shit, because everybody wearing your your phone, because that's just ly normally would. But like you can take off your ear phones and stop listening music. You know I'm saying. So, like that is kind of happening already, and it's been happening for a couple years. So you have virtual reality. ME, dude, frank for we just did this a few weeks ago. We went to this this place where we did this whole virtual game. Dude, that how dope. was that why that was yesome? Yeah, so, you know, I mean, we're already kind of doing bits and pieces of all of this. This is just a place where it's all going to be combined, you know what I mean. Think about it this way. You liked my knee spot, like has this Oculus, like you know, fucking device thing. She brought it over my house and we're playing with it for a little bit to you could totally watch a movie in that Motherfucker, you know what I mean, like you have. And then if you get some nice headphones, think about it. You can sit down in a place right and you don't even have to find the like these big speakers. You have the best seat in the house because it's projected to you. You can still go to the movies with your with your friends, like we can all still get together in the same place, but think of about the movie just coming to you instead of the movie you go into the movie, you know what I mean. That's saying that's awesome. You never have to leave your house. Yeah, I mean, the more you can if you want to. Still, like you said, we care ye place and still have a beer together overlaid this this I mean think about it like now, like like it's you can be in like an a dull last room. It's on like you know, it just like plane, walls and shit and a door and some windows. But when you overlay on top, then you get like this virtual world as fucking looks amazing, you know. I mean like Star Wars Cantina. Yeah, you're taking a poop in the downtown library. You could do whatever we want, like hey, man, let's go drinking tonight. All right, you guys want to go to the jungle. You want US going to go out of space? All right, let's go to ride or space. I want to go to the Tokay are. Let's go. Well, what about on the other end of that? I mean on the other end of that, you have who. I want to know, like who, who's going to regulate all this stuff? Who's going to you know, is they're going to be dispute between things of Oh you he say, she's a thing, or like hackers, like whatever, you get hacked. What have? Your stuff gets hacked. How you buying? Are you saga? Government are but I mean like the money is goot. You buy these tiles because you have money. So the more money you have, the more you're going to be able to have, the more you're going to prosper. So I mean that's almost like when you buy I properly. One thing I forgot to mention...

...is that the currency in this world is all going to be run on basically crypto technology. It's all block Teain, blockchain technology. I can't I don't know the specifics of it. I do know that it is incredibly hard to hack into, though, so you basically have to like lose your information or blasted somewhere for someone to be able to take it from you. Man, I don't heard. I mean, I'm just thinking, I mean my I mean I'm definitely boar with this. I mean we're talking about the marvel thing and they you know, you're kind of going into that realm right there. You know, billy, you could do. I mean the possibilities are endless. But then at the same time, like at this stage it's like the wild west. We don't even know. We don't even know what problems we're creating right now. We just opened up this fucking box and doors box, all kinds of crazy stuff is going to start happening. So is it going to be perfect? No, are they're going to be crazy hiccups, yes. Are People going to get scarred and fucked up from this? Probably, but I mean it's like Internet, you know. I mean we it's the future, it's what's going to happen next. So it's going to happen whether we like it or not. And I mean we can always say all these negatives, all these negatives, but at the same time we could also come up with all these crazy positives. You know I'm saying. Now we really have a way to share our ideas and our visions with whatever. And who knows what the currency is going to be like in this world, you know what I mean? A ten yearold can create the biggest, massivest, awesomest skyscraper that an adult could never even think of, and he's going to be able to get paid for that, you know. or I'll funder and create his jungle Jim Water slide, Lazy River, Trampoline Party Park that he's always wanted to who cares it somebody goes, soefully it's like mins. So it's basically like my daughter's game. What that team she plays that this is like minecraft for adults, very red block minecraft. Minecraft were big for adults. This is exactly what it's going to be and they're saying so. I didn't. I mean, I'm kind of jumping around back and forth here, but let's say you buy time square in New York. You buy all the Landing Time Square in New York. You buying the land, you're not buying the building. So when the world goals live, all those buildings are going to be gone. She's going to be flat space for you to start building on. So I mentioned how you want. If you're interested in buying, you might want to buy land where you can actually find real resources in the real world. Another team that they gave out was if you're interested in buying property that could eventually be worth money, look for a place that's got a really nice view. Because say you bought the you buy the land where the hot Awabigne is. That's way the hell up on the mountains by that mountain. Build whatever the fuck you want up there. Who knows, they're going to invent a way for you to build on mountains. I'm pretty sure you know I was looking at buying half Dome, because you can buy half Dome Right now. What's yeah, dude, somebody bought the parking lot across the way from half Dome, where you pop out of that little tunnel, and then you can yeah, from across the way. Yeah, body bought all that. But right next to that you can buy. But I mean it's just a cliff going straight down into the Yosemite Valley. I want to say, but you can buy it. Who knows what's going to happen in the future? Maybe they'll be able to create a way for you to build horizontally and vertically. You know? Who knows? I mean so can you. And you said this is like they're the towels are like all over the globe, right, not just nation? Yes, all over all. Yeah, you can buy in the middle of the ocean if you want it. You could buy in Iraq, you could buy in Russia, Germany, although you can buy anywhere. You can buy anywhere, and when you go to that area, the tiles will pop up and they'll have flags on each tile depending on where that person is from. They can, you can want, you buy towel. You can put an American flag if you want are you can create your own flag to designate that your property, and that shows other people that somebody owns that Land Wol if you click on it, it'll tell you who owns that and you can offer them. I'll give you twenty minutes. Basically, I think the currency is e. It just says eat, but it's like one hundred and forty one. It's a dollar, so one he is one US dollar. Something else I was going to mention. What was I going to mention? Property? So you can. Basically, so you're gonna have. You possibly have dumb asses that you spend all their money on their...

...virtual world and then go bankrupt in the real world because he spend most of the life buying an updoing their virtual world and forget about their regular world. You could possibly have that right. But here's the thing. And if you if you're doing well and in the virtual world it's one to one man and pearly means you're doing well too. But at this says like I mean. But think about it. Think about it. How many? How many rich people, or people, they are, famous, whatever. Let's just talk about them. Famous, rich people have money, don't spend it right whatever, by all whatever, and then end up working at McDonald's or bankrupt or work in a regular job because they blew it. Same thing same thing right there. Well, yeah, I mean that's if you got play electricity, you got to pay your gass, you got, yeah, you know, your property everything. But then, Oh man, I could really buy this property in the virtual world. I can really buy this by that and all shit, I can't pay my electricity bill or they're spending so much time in the virtual they forget to eat, and then you have health issues and stuff like that, like you can literally have like people like that. HMM, it's just why you were living in South Korea too long, Cuz, ha ha ha, hey, you know, I know you're you're absolutely right. You know, you're absolutely right with you know if this is going to take time away from other things. You know, yeah, just like any other hobby, you know. And but I think about they are. This is I think I can episode on Black Mirror on Netflix. Have you guys watch it? It's like what? Each episode is different, but it's basically like that. You live your life in a virtual world like they were. There people already doing this right now. I mean there's some people who would rather play world of warcraft all day long because their life in that world is better than their real life. You know, they only ever that the only differences in this world. You actually have a chance to make in real money. Yeah, the odds. That exactly losing money too. I mean, yeah, but in the world of Worldcraft, all you're doing is losing money. Yeah, you know, I I'm never sure and I kind of feel like if you look at it as like you're just playing a game, then I mean, you're not going to drop. I mean you could drop a thousand dollars. You could, you know. Yeah, but I mean that's on you, you know. I mean you're an adult. You got to make your own decisions. Yeah, but it's just something else to do, you know. I mean something that I read about and I've been reading more and more about it and I'm getting really interested in it. And and just like crypto. You know, ten years ago, when when people were slowly starting to talk about a people like me and fuck that, make it out. I hear that noise. Dude, how bad do we wish we would have listened to them people, because, you know, big coins like K now thirty K and ten years ago it was like not even three hundred bucks. So, yeah, fuck, I need those, my dad, to go up. This could be the next this could be the next big thing? Who knows? You know, or it can just be a big crazy game, you know. But wellcus my last topic, guys, well, Cuz it my does. If my does hit two dollar, I'm buying you a property. That's what I'm talking about. I want to buy. All right, it's your if a fucking does hits a dollar, yeah, we'll be buying Dubai. Just get me Chinese restaurant, Chinese restaurant in the QUANTA. Sorry, man, I think I know a location. I think I know a location. Okay, all right, all right. Well, that's a wrap, man Funzo, Cuz you guys got anything else you guys want to add? Yeah, I got one last thing to say. Just TETO's out there. A It was a pleasure talking to you guys tonight, and I just want to say last thing. Man, our Apachent they you know, the world is going to feel that one for a little while. Well, that's right. So I lose Manky Salu. He took one more last shot at Tequila on his way out. I know he did. Rest in peace and dray. Yeah, what about you? A good shot out funds, Cuz, yeah, I want to add. Man, I don't even know how to. I don't even know how to end after that, but hey, thanks for having me on. I look forward to the next one. And Man, this is some great talks. I mean, I'm ready to talk to more about this stuff. Next time he'll be. I mean, this is just the thing we do every once in a while, you know. I mean every once in a while you hear something, you know on the mats and or you hear something on the radio or on the internet or in a podcast or in a magazine or in an article, and then that that night in class you're telling people about it. You know, when I first started listening to the Joe Rogan podcast back in the day, I would listen, I would listen to an episode and I would go to class that...

...night and I would be like, Y'll, I heard this on roll game, blah, blah, and I almost every episode there was something that made me want to go out and research, find the book, find an article, listen to a song, something, you know what I mean. And this is just kind of like a like an Ode, like like a payback to that, you know. I mean, yeah, I'm into telling stories, I'm into telling truth. I'm just I'm in to talking, man, and I like sharing stuff. So, everybody out there listening to this episode, we really hope you appreciated the episode. If you liked it, drop us a message, give us an five star rating on Itunes, whatever you're feeling. You know that's a wrapper this week's episode. Jiujiteals. Thank you so much. If you have a cool ass topic that you think we should cover on the next segment of Fort with friends, let us know. Drop us to DM on install on facebook. Leave us a message on our web page. You can find that Web page at www dot jiujitos c toccom. Look for that little blue podcasting microphone and drop us a voice and I think it's like on the lower right hand corner of the page. By the way, Fonso, please stop leaving us those heavy, breathe eating voice mails. We fucking know it's you for so stop. All right, all right, you just stay tuned for our end of the year MMA BE JJ award show dropping soon. Until next time, keep rolling and training and we hope to hear from you soon. Peace. Was that your zipper? For the fuck? This is the motivation.

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