This is the place we imagined. The Studio 2.0 is in full effect and we had our first guest Dalton Cremer. Dalton is a Byron, MI native, and good friend of Luq who made a special appearance today as well. We talk about our generation’s thoughts on learning a trade when we were younger, Dalton and Luq’s current job as custodians for a school, and Tim Hortons restaurant. FYI Tim Horton had an Iron-like jaw. Having so many people in the studio can be troublesome, as we were fighting to talk over one another lol. I recommend checking out the Youtube Feed for the full effect. Thanks for listening!
You can find Dalton on Facebook @ Dalton Cremer
Mike Proctor 0:00
What’s up guys? Welcome back to not really that famous. Our guest on the podcast today was Mr. Dalton Cremer. Dalton is a super close friend of the show. Um, he’s a close friend of Luq, who you know is that little brother so Luqs always around. And so we also had Luq on the show today, that was fun. We, we did a four person show, I’m not super fond of having more, more than four, three or four is the limit. Because you guys, we all end up talking over each other, it’s very hard to get a get a good conversation going. So I think two to three is probably the maximum for for my liking anyways, but I’m not opposed to doing more than that. We talk about a bunch of stuff Dalton is he’s about 26 or seven. He’s Luke’s age and we talk a lot about just you know, live in small town stuff don’t want it to work in the trades growing up. And he’s now works in what I like to call custodial engineering is a term I coined from Mr. Zack Cox. But But Dalton is a super, super fun guy to talk to. We also talk a lot about Tim Hortons today, which is, uh, which is pretty funny. I want to thank those guys for doing the show with us taking the time you know, we always appreciate that. Remember, guys, if you liked the show, hit the subscribe button. recommend us to your friends. Anyone who likes podcasts. I love podcasts always is a good idle time killer. Check us out at the website. It’s not really that famous.com check out the shop. We got merge. We’re going to add new stuff soon. So if anyone wants any special stuff, you got to hit me up. Let me know. Um, we’re gonna be adding new stuff. So of course, introduce our guests. Mr. Dalton Cremer the incredible. The hilarious. All, right. And we’re live. thanks for being with us. Yeah, appreciate it. Um, are we’re gonna take a good deep look into Mr. Dalton Cremer’s life today.
What’s up everybody how we doing?
Mike Proctor 2:04
And Xad On stats
what’s going on
as always Mr. Luqas Warden special guest appearance
Yeah, well I’ve been living in the other rooms
Mike Proctor 2:14
This is our fabulous new studio guys what do you think
it’s glorious I love it
a lot of work a lot of work
Mike Proctor 2:24
we we been tweaking and tweaking and tweaking this thing we finally got like our video feed going so we got cameras and um man Xad and I are so stoked? Yeah. Cleaned up our table space man got a screen.
could literally write a book on how to do this now with the mistakes we’ve made the things we’ve done right the wrong orders the right or just Yeah, yeah, we’ve got it down to a science.And might might not be a bad idea.
Mike Proctor 2:54
What the hell are you doing?
Mike? Don’t worry about me.
Mike Proctor 2:56
Well, you’re like yeah, it’s you gotta it’s broken dog. It doesn’t
Yeah, stop messing with Yeah,
it was perfect the way it was.
Mike Proctor 3:08
You just got to lean in on it. Yeah, no,
I just I tried to slide it and I didn’t Yeah, all right. We’re good.
Mike Proctor 3:16
man. But Dalton Will you give us like a like a kind of a quick rundown on on you for as a as our honorary guest Yeah. Um, so like, Where are you from? What do you do for a living?
Yeah, yeah, I’m Dalton man coming from Byron just about 10 minutes around the town their work at a Owosso public schools as a custodian love chillin out man here with the boys today and so we’re
Mike Proctor 3:43
we have listeners like all over the world. And we always like to point out where we are. So again, Dalton’s right, right about in the middle guys. If you’re looking at the mitten, you know, what have I said before? Remember those veins cross?
Mike Proctor 3:56
That’s pretty much where we are guys right right smack dab in the middle of you. So thanks for being here, man.
Yeah, man. Appreciate. Thanks for having me. Sweet.
Mike Proctor 4:05
Um, so let’s jump right into it. Hey, we always give everybody the rundown we got the not really that famous run down a peek into your life. So Dalton as I want you to when you were little. When you were growing as you’re growing up? What did you want to be? I want you to go back and take us through all the all the stages.
See back in the day, man, I think right off the rip. I always wanted to be a football player. That outlandish.
Mike Proctor 4:42
Yeah, there’s always the big giant, crazy one.
right off the rip. Yep, yep. And then as we got through, I got into middle school. And we were actually talking with one of my teachers with my parents. And they were like, what did you want to be when you were older? And I was like, well, I want to be a football player. And that never worked out. Yeah, dry. Right. Well, if that Doesn’t happen. What did you want to be? I was like, well, I always looked up to my dad a lot. When I was little. He was a big iron worker guy who worked at Ford field when they were building it. He met Joey Harrington at the time, unfortunately, but, but, uh, I
for People who don’t know, Detroit Lions football
Mike Proctor 5:16
its still a big deal.
Yeah, yeah. He was working down there. I said, You know what, maybe I want to be an ironworker. Just like my dad and he loathed the fact that I ever wanted to be an iron worker he hated
he didn’t want you to do that. Never, never does. There’s no future in it. He says, it’s just you’re going to go up. They’re gonna break your back for 30 years more than that. He said he was supposed to be 30 years he started when he was 20. He said, Put in your 30 years you’re retired at 50 now it’s 60 to 65 whatever it is, he’s like. Theres no future and he’s like, don’t do it ever.
Mike Proctor 5:47
you can you can you make a good living, but I feel like you know what, guys? Yeah, you have to earn it. That’s a Yeah, real tough one. I know. You know, those guys work did did he work like on and off for like months at a time.
Now he was just going all the time has always worked in
Mike Proctor 6:05
Yeah, I met someone who worked in like a, the iron workers union or something like that. And they would go work for like three months and then be off for a month or off for two weeks and then go back and work for you know, three, but they were working like seven days a week.
Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think the area depends a lot too. He works local 27 I think that’s local Detroit. So they always got something going on down there. So they were he’s always working.
Exactly. And like the this era age, we’re able to actually kind of like day and age, we’re like, able to do like that cost to benefit ratio. A little more than like
You can use it you can research things.
Well, not only that, you can be like, Yeah, I don’t really want to break my back That bad. And instead, we could be like, custodian sweep a classroom out or something like,
Mike Proctor 7:02
yeah, so just so everybody knows and enough, Luke and Dalton work together. Yeah. So middle school, he said Middle School. Yeah, you would. So your dad didn’t want you to do it. Did you? Did you change?
I reconsidered. Definitely completely. I think after he told me not to do it ever. I said, Okay, well, I better figure out something else. Hang on, be happy if I like that. So I was thinking around I never really actually figured it out was just kind of playing it at ear. Even after graduation. I bounced all over the place. So yeah, you work with me for a minute. I did. Mike too.
Mike Proctor 7:39
Oh, yeah. No joke.
Yeah, Dalton get around.
I do get around.
it was hard to pry him from the smoothie place.
It took a while but he did it
to go to work with me and you work together honestly it’s a good thing you didn’t?
Mike Proctor 7:56
Yeah, we all used to work in the kitchen. kitchen on Fenton. Yeah, you guys were washing dishes and prep work. cookin.
Unknown Speaker 8:04
And then at the, you know, here in Durand.
Mike Proctor 8:11
We cant hear you B, you gotta love up,
you’ll get you’ll get it.
Let me get a couple more drinks.
Mike Proctor 8:22
So, Xad, what you got?
iron workers. How much how much they make 25 to 40. kind of depends where you live per hour, I guess on an hourly rate, 25 to 40. Okay. pends on where you live how long you’ve been doing it? A lot of stuff like that. I know, a lot of union jobs depend on how long have you been there? It’s very strict. Like you can only make this much until you’ve been here this long. And then once you’ve been here this long. You make this much. It’s very structured like that. Am I correct?
Yeah, yeah. Eventually, you know, yeah. It’s the same thing as apprenticeship all the way up to your forman.
best best. I mean, it really basically the big states, big cities. New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Illinois having Chicago
Mike Proctor 9:07
Pittsburgh, man. It’s the biggest one.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts having Boston in it, as well. So yeah, yeah. big cities. Especially at port cities, too, for sure. Oh, have a big, big impact on that
always going on. And even if it’s not, it’s shipping. Right,
Mike Proctor 9:27
The manufacturing. Yeah, that’s where you want to go.
Unknown Speaker 9:30
But I want 80000 of them out there. 80,000 ironworkers. Yeah, yeah, but as far as like, where you’re gonna live, if you’re gonna live, try to do that for a living New Jersey make about $90,000 a year doing it.
It’s pretty good. It’s probably most more than most places. Yeah, yeah.
Unknown Speaker 9:47
Cost of living is gonna be high though. And that’s, that’s one of those jobs where, like you, you will make it but you’re also gonna have to pay it back out, you know, and some to some extent, but that’s right there.
Mike Proctor 10:02
Very physical work. I don’t think any of the that older generation wanted us to do any of those things.
Yeah, yeah, definitely. No. I wanted to lay carpet for a while and my dad was like,
that’s weird because that’s a good job that’s always gonna be in demand. They’re always gonna look for people to do
they never stop building stuff, man.
Mike Proctor 10:20
That’s what’s funny is that everyone these days, they say like, oh, kids need to learn to trade started , you know, and, but back then it’s like we were told not to. Yeah,
yeah, don’t do it. Don’t do it.
Mike Proctor 10:32
Don’t fucking do this. No, this is dumb. Go do something else with computers or whatever. So we’re like, Okay, well, we picked food instead. Yeah.
And that’s why those jobs are in such demand now, probably because of that past mentality.
Yeah. Yep. Everybody’s parents tell em. Don’t do it. Don’t do it. Now that way,
everyone needs em.
How are we gonna build shit?
Biuld shit low. That’s cool that he worked on Ford field though. That was quite quite the innovation. Especially when they initially built it. Nice stadium.
Mike Proctor 11:09
What was he like a welder?
He was in a forman at the time. He was on the actual bars. Like he was way up there.
Oh, fuck, man. Your dad has no fear of heights.
Yeah, yeah. No, he’s always up there. He’s been up as high as 730 feet. I remember him telling . Yeah. It’s a guide on the OSHA will come and they’ll check if everyone’s tied off. And whenever they’re not there, everybody just free walks. They don’t tie off to
they get those balls and these guys, Jesus, there’s no way
I wouldn’t do it either.
You don’t, like heights?
I mean, not really, dude. I mean,
Mike Proctor 11:45
I’m not down with that either. Yeah,
I mean, it depends. Because when you’re up there walking on that tiny little eyebeam that’s like barely the width of your foot. It’s ridiculous. But if it’s bigger if it’s like three or four times the width away, that’d be fine.
Mike Proctor 11:56
I’m not doing that either.
And I wouldn’t either. I wouldn’t either, man.
Yeah, no, I mean, I can say that comfortably behind a microphone but actually doing it
Mike Proctor 12:04
if I know I’m up there. Oh, no way. But like I don’t know. You know, there’s there’s like a roller coaster there was at Cedar points like an indoor roller coaster. You ever wrote an indoor roller coaster? Yeah, like a ride more? No, it wasn’t that fancy. It was like I don’t know space fucking something. I can ride that. Like it’s inside. I can ride that doesn’t bother me at all. But if I’m outside and I can see that shit. No, I did not ride anything I rode the inside.
wait hold on the gatekeeper. What about it?
It was sweet.
It was pretty sweet. It’s cool. You go through the like the bridge and you twist as you go through it. Sweet.
Mike Proctor 12:47
I rode the blue streak.
The blue streak. That’s the sketchiest right there. So old. You can conquer anything after that.
Kyle Kyle brown Yeah, Kyle brown when we were on the blue streak. He’s like I can’t breathe
Mike Proctor 13:10
No way man. No way I could not do anything he
is right in that whole frickin Park aside from dragster cuz that was literally just a catapult that launches you up and then down.
That one’s not that bad. It’s like 15 seconds. Yeah,
well, it’s also a rocket.
So that’s the best part.
Mike Proctor 13:27
No, no. But the tram line that goes from into into the park. That thing was built in like 1960 It is so sketchy
Mike Proctor 13:39
reminds me of like when we went to Disney World, or we went down to Florida and drove through like parts of Disney World and there’s like giant fucking train round rails going around. I’m like, Damn, dude.
Disney World is the craziest thing
never fucking been there?
Yeah, it’s the I mean, we didn’t actually go in but I’m just saying like it like it is us. It’s a fucking city. You take its own highway. Yeah, there’s a highway that you take into it. And then like you’re literally driving on this highway. And it’s like, oh, ESPN studios. Oh, this Oh, that like it’s
Mike Proctor 14:12
Epcot Center and you drive past it and everything. But the crazy part about it is everything’s hidden. And that’s intentional. Yeah, everything’s like you can’t see anything. You’re just on this road. You get some trees and stuff. And then you’re like, Oh, I see the tip of a building over there. Yeah, but you can’t see the Disney Castle from it because it’s
one of these times you guys just got to take me there. Just drop me off and see how long I can live in the woods.
friggin hobo living here over by the Epcot sweat. Yeah, dude is when I wouldn’t want to live in the woods in Florida, man. There’s some stuff down.
Mike Proctor 14:47
Well, you’d eating out of garbage. There won’t be no food on the garbage.
sure you can wrangle a gator there. Bud
yeah, I could wrangle a gator. Slow I mean they’re not they’re fast but they’re I mean
pretty sure that like the highest bite force in the animal kingdom
How many people you think they can fit in Cedar Point
these guys are gone man.
Mike Proctor 15:16
Cedar Point probably max capacity.
Unknown Speaker 15:22
max capacity probably quarter million people
like shoulder to shoulder oh I have no idea
Unknown Speaker 15:30
whatever like that they’ll allow
Mike Proctor 15:34
is this social distancing capacity?
Nope. I’m thinking of like, like post apocalypse how many could you live in their
Not necessarily post apocalypse how many people if you were to turn Disney World until it gets a little country?
Okay, I’m talking about Cedar Point. Yeah, first off, and secondly, I’m not talking post apocalyptic. What I’m saying is what is the capacity like you go you walk into a restaurant right now? According to fire marshal, you can have 85 people in here. How many think you can see
I don’t know. 2000
Mike Proctor 16:07
quarter millions. Im gonna go 15k.
I’m gonna go 70,070
I figure you could probably
Mike Proctor 16:16
no 15 K,
so I’ll just say I said 50. All right.
Right. You gotta think that’s what like a 50 thousands like a small football team. Like
Mike Proctor 16:30
50 Thousands like an average stadium. Nothing like cowboys are up a
little bit. Yeah, but it’s still Yeah.
How many you think? All right, let’s answer. What’s the answer? Yeah, let’s answer one question first.
55,000 5000 Yeah, 55,000 people is their maximum.
Mike Proctor 16:48
Dude, can you imagine 55,000 people?
tying to keep 55,000 people fed and watered. Yeah, just trying to move them around 50 miles fully equipped with armor
going on about hardcore history.
Luqs feeling it tonight?
Imagine trying to do that but have like a water supply that stretches 150 miles. Yeah, no, that’s 1000 people. That’s the logistics behind it
doesn’t matter what you’re trying to do. 55,000
Mike Proctor 17:24
That is like the Uruk-Hai storming across the
Cedar Point opened in 1870 Did you know that
what did they start doing in 1870
Mike Proctor 17:44
How the hell did we get on Cedar Point
I have no idea Oh because these dudes in their dragsters and oh yeah
yeah, we’re talking about
Mike Proctor 17:51
we’re talking about heights at first heights.
Yeah, you brought on a roller
Mike Proctor 17:55
so let’s let’s get back to daltonwhen you did you ever have anything else as you were getting older
god you know as is thrown into it right in the high school um, I didn’t really know I wanted
Mike Proctor 18:11
Yeah, when you were in high school was there anything like yo cuz when you’re in school, they make you go through even exercises and such
testing and all that stuff. Yeah.
Mike Proctor 18:20
You know, they have set up all those exercise. You ever go through all that?
they failed here who failed your grade?
Not dude BMA? There was in BMA? Yeah, I literally failed.
That’s like all the computer stuff, right? Like the association
Mike Proctor 18:33
in middle school in English. And yeah,
to take like, there was like an exam thing. And it was like you would most what would you What would you like? And then like you took like a small little like pre emptive test and then it like told you like, what would be good for you. I was like, well, will you go to like, construction because you like machinery? Is like okay, yeah,
nothing. I don’t remember doing it.
map assessment is what it was called. I’m pretty sure what that that’s what it was.
We did it BMA. Yeah.
Mike Proctor 19:04
But did you have Did you have Did you have anything?
And I remember it was so long. Oh, no, man. I remember taking obviously the class. I remember doing like the actual test though.
There wasn’t so it wasn’t a test. It’s not like there was a right or wrong questions. It was just like a you know,
you know, it might have been something like around like another thing about it maybe or something like around like a mechanic or something. Yeah, because my dad had always been around cars and stuff.
Like you want to be a hands on guy.
Yeah, yeah, that’s what it sounds cool. labor. Yeah, do I forgot I remember.
I was like, I wanted to break my back.
Mike Proctor 19:45
so we so now you find yourself because both you guys for a Owosso public schools.
Yeah. Pretty nice.
Yes. And job satisfaction is pretty good. Actually. It’s not too bad. Kinda. It’s pretty Coming out by yourself
consistent hours and stuff like
Mike Proctor 20:03
How has it been different with the quarantine rules and stuff?
Yeah, wear a mask
Yeah. Yeah. Always wipe down.
Mike Proctor 20:13
Yeah, no, I was gonna say do you do things more frequently and
yet we have a whole thing we actually have to do I totally forgot about that we have there’s like sanitized buckets we got to fill up for all the classrooms and like we have to reaction dymatize and then we have to like, restock a whole bunch of rag. I mean, it’s not like it’s hard or nothing
Mike Proctor 20:35
yeah, but there’s just tons and tons of things that you have here the
lash, there’s like, at the end of the night, we have to like go down a checklist on an iPad, we all have to do it and all signer names stuff and we all have to like, I hereby test I clean this this
know, a lot more accountability with it. Yeah.
We had a guy there. And every morning you got to like, you know, take this little exam thing that’s like, do you have a fever? And we had a dude there that
Mike Proctor 21:06
it’s all electronic though. Like you keep motioning, like your hand. Yeah, like you’re pressing a device. You walk in and pick up an iPad.
You literally Google, you Google you just pull up the page. And then you Safari,
Mike Proctor 21:19
and then you sign in and you punch in.
It’s funny, We had a guy that said like he had everything. He’s like, Yes, I have abdominal pain. It was like yes, yes. Yes. Like he like, submitted like a minute later.
Mike Proctor 21:34
you’re not supposed to go to work.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. And he got like a call from OSHA or whoever the hell calls. He was like, You know what the fuck are you odoing. I press the wrong button. He answered.
Mike Proctor 21:49
wrong One on every single one.
I was talking My bad. So
Luq being my brother. I know. I’ve heard some pretty crazy little stories. And if you need to take a minute to think about it Dalton and feel free but what is like your craziest, working in a school? crazy story cuz I know they exist. I know
So think about it all and I’m gonna look at where some custodians are.
We get some horror stories.
Oh, yeah. Do you have any Luq? Go ahead and throw one out there. What’s going on?
Uh, well, one time. I could not figure out why this bathroom smelled like dukey. Yeah, I had powerwash and everything stinks in here. Like going through like all the toilet paper dispensers not thinking much about it. And I’m just restocking the toilet paper. Next thing you know, there’s a softball sized turd rolls out. I mean, I almost caught it because I thought it was like a toilet paper roll falling or something.
Mike Proctor 22:50
Oh, God, that is so disgusting.
It was. The hell of it is someone had to ball it up and stuff it in there.
This stuff that kids do.
he gets it a lot worse than I do, because he actually deals with a portion of the students. Whereas I just have to lie. locker rooms get Yeah, I get like 30 kids in there. Yeah, they’re there. They’re animals, so I guess it kind of falls in the same line as Luke’s honestly. But there was this time I was in there cleaning the restroom. And I was in there doing the toilet and like, they obviously had made a mess in there. And I was like flushing and trying to get it and all whatever was going down in there and it just would not go down. Every time I flushed it kept getting higher and higher and higher and it was overflowing. I’m like, there’s something wrong here. This isn’t right. The plunger ain’t working. Nothing ain’t work. And so I go into the closet and there’s this old like mop stick or a broomstick and I get it in there. And I shove it in this toilet and I there’s something in there. I’m like, What the hell is this and I’m prying it out. And sure sure that pull it out. It’s a tennis ball. Some kids stuff the tennis ball way down and
I am amazed that you actually pried a tennis ball
I thought I was supposed to.
Daltons like super janitor. He’s like, I’m gonna get this son of a bitch.
he old broom handle or mop handle?
You just how did you I’m just saying how did you get that thing at the right angle to get? I don’t know in there when
I couldn’t even see it. That’s the magic miraculous part. That was so nasty. The water was so gross.
Like when we worked at the. We worked at that kitchen. None of us could get that jar open. Like the jar pickles and rainbows. Oh, dude, nobody could get to jar open. I remember this you Miguel, like Aris, anybody or whoever you know, and then I couldn’t get it and then we’re like, we need this and Daltons “it will be done.”
Mike Proctor 24:43
super janitor, super prep chef.
so if you wanted to be a custodian in a state that makes the most money, where do you think you’d be? Any guesses
Mike Proctor 24:55
I gotta go California. Maybe Washington,
Washington, Washington. We got Washington we got
hold on thinking.
Mike Proctor 25:11
You can’t think for too long.
Just guess well, it’s got to be a bigger state. Yeah. But it’s also got to be a state that’s got a lot of money.
I would say I would think it’s a state not near the Southwest for immigration purposes because I feel like they probably don’t wear pay their janitorial services as much as that’s a lot of
you just hire Jose, is that what you’re saying?
That’s not what I’m saying.
Mike Proctor 25:42
That’s a fact of the world that we live in.
Yes. I’m just saying like there’s competition. down that way. No, so we got in Seattle was very good guess.
Mike Proctor 25:56
Mike Proctor 25:58
Take my fucking
you said Washington. Yeah,
Mike Proctor 26:00
you would Oregon. That’s like Price is Right? Trying to take
We got Massachusetts, and then Washington. And then Washington.New York, Connecticut.
dude. No, I can almost said Massachusetts. Sounds gonna be like Boston.
Massachusetts is killing it.
Mike Proctor 26:25
So if you guys want to if you guys want to hustle up in this, you need to hit it.
Yeah, pack the bags and head out, man.
Mike Proctor 26:34
get out of Dodge, Michigan not even up. They’re
not even up there.
No, why not? All right, then you also gotta weigh that against the cost of living out their true truth, though. You know, right now I’m living for free
in my basement. Yeah. Like, Luq tries to cancel on the show. I’m busy tonight. Like, Bro, I can see you. Like, walking up to the bathroom right now. man cooking a pizza.
Mike Proctor 27:04
So you guys work pretty regular hours.
Yeah, very steady.
Mike Proctor 27:09
Like very steady.
That’s the nice part about it. Honestly, I
Like 1130 like three to 1130 and then like, six to 330 or seven to 330
in the summer
Mike Proctor 27:23
in the summer. So first in a second. basically.
Yep. What do you prefer?
First? Absolutely. First, I hate working nights.
And Luq is the Yeah, Luke prefers a second he’s the night owl.
I used to be a night owl and the like, wow, this is way better. I like that way better.
use your damn shirt?
There you go.
Mike Proctor 27:55
So we don’t have any Kleenex yet
You guys are fucked.
So that’s why you’re not so you prefer first? Yeah, I 100% agree with you. I like when I was younger, I was like, I will only ever work second shift because Why the hell would I want to get up early. And then you’re like, like, maybe could just go to bed like an hour or two earlier. Right, you know, still accomplish the same things, right?
And it’s like you can get up on first if you just get up. And the first thing you got to worry about was going to work. You got to get to work and get the day over. But like, if I wake up at nine o’clock on the second shift, I gotta just sit there and wait. and I guess I could do something before work. But I wish they do here and he’s gonna wait around and it’s kinda and boring
Mike Proctor 28:37
them most of your day. The day that you want to use is you just stay waiting.
Well, it’s like waiting. We’re talking the other day. Like when you get up. And what do you have a second shift? You’re like playing against the clock. It was like in football. Like if I ever won the coin toss. I’m taking it at the second half. Right? You guys are like bringing a football. But no, I take it at the second half
Mike Proctor 29:01
when is the last time your threw a football luq?
I threw it at the dog earlier.
But that’s no but it’s like the same as like if you win the coin toss and then you’re like, you know, you get the ball. You’re like, I get a score for it. You’re playing against the clock for the full first half. I mean, granted you got a lot of time and stuff but you’re still it’s always pressure always some sort of pressure against you unless you’re just kicking ass and you can use it to your advantage but even then they get it the second half
Mike Proctor 29:30
that was the most incredible analogy Luq ever made.
I’m just like I’m in awe right now.
But it makes sense. Actually. Pretty good.
It was playing against a clock man.
Got coach Luq in the studio right now.
Well, I’m thinking at it from like a strategic tactical point. Yeah, I mean, that’s, that’s the plays and whatever they’re doing against each other, but the ambience itself, you get the own advantage, things like that. But no matter what if you’re you get it at the second half times on your side. Unless you’re just getting smashed, but even then time is still on your side because you can always count on the ball being yours at the second half.
Mike Proctor 30:08
Yeah, but I’m losing it now.
Yeah, yeah, I know. I get what you’re saying. And I think a lot of coaches get what you’re saying as well. And if we want to talk some football always down for that.
Mike Proctor 30:19
We’re talking life and I want I want my nights to be chill.
what if you just get up in the morning and get it over with versus getting up at nine and then you have like that four or five hour window where you could do something but you’re still playing against the clock because you got to get home and get ready for work before you go to work. You’re still trying to beat the clock. You see what I’m saying?
just gonna drink this one away. Oh, it’s good point.
Mike Proctor 30:57
it’s more relaxed way to hit it, too. Yeah. never worried about being late.
Exactly. I don’t have I like that. I do like getting up and getting it done.
It’s just I like having fires. Yeah. Oh, if my work schedule, I get out at 11 o’clock at night. It’s perfect. Yeah, fire.
It fits you and fit you.
I did that last night actually. It is a nice part. That’s about the only good part though. Honestly. And the sleep and you have to worry about being late. It’s about so
Mike Proctor 31:28
we’re talking about sleep and everything do you do you get pretty good sleep every night?
I get for the most part tremendously. Eight hours. Most nights.
Mike Proctor 31:35
Are you like clockwork? Do you go down at a specific time?
Two o’clock. Usually I eat much like Yeah, that’s it. That’s about my time zone right there. Two o’clock. Wake up about 10 1030 ish. Most of the time. It’s nice.
Mike Proctor 31:47
Yeah, that’s that’s pretty regularly. Yeah.
I’m not lying.
You wake up at 10 my foot?
Mike Proctor 31:56
Well, that’s, uh, you know, pretty, pretty. Pretty solid hours every night, though. You got to be running in tip top shape, do you? But at the same time being on that whack schedules. Like What time’s dinner? Yeah, like do you regularly? Do you guys eat pretty
About that time in my diet during the night is far worse than during the day because I just I go right out to like fast food on stuff
do you cook a lot yourself.
Mike Proctor 32:27
Do you bring like a lunch and eat a lunch every day?
No, we absolutely do not do that. You know, we go out to
Mike Proctor 32:35
your eight hour you work your eight hour 10 hour shift. Would you work? Would you work? an eight hour shift?
Mike Proctor 32:41
Yeah, and you get a 30 minute lunch? Probably. Yep. And you don’t eat anything. you just go out?
Yeah, we go out spend our money eat terrible food.
I was gonna say pro tip from someone who’s done it like both both tries like
Oh, no. we tried to take food to work.
Take no food, prepping and taking food to work. I mean, you will legitimately save a fortune.
Mike Proctor 33:12
But it’s hard work
I mean, yeah, it’s preparation is what it is.
I always forget to take it. So that’s another big one that night. And my initial Well, yeah, okay,
Mike Proctor 33:24
but then you get dinner later.
But no, I’ll tell you. Do you guys have a fridge at work?
That’s, yeah, I was getting to that. So I always forget to bring it. But if I go home, I’ll just take it to work. And then I can make it a lunch real quick. I eat the motherfucking shit before it
Mike Proctor 33:41
brings like four he brings this week’s worth.
We bought a loaf of bread and like Bologna and cheese. And like before, like
crazy motherfuckers that is not food prep.
Which is the lowest form it is
$1 for a loaf of bread.
Mike Proctor 34:00
That’s still better than eating out.
Especially when we were eating he spent like $5 a week on food at first, but yeah, it would go real quick. Yeah. Call him I’m like, What are you doing? Like, I just ate a bologna sandwich. And it’s like 530 in the afternoon.
Yeah, dude. Yeah, I will I do to make one at like 330. Like for and then like,
that’s what I’m saying y’all have some self control.
You know, like, man mancinos
after the sandwiches. Yeah. you are just a monster
was when I was like running a lot though. Yeah, I was burning a lot of calories.
Yeah, it doesn’t even matter if you ever put on weight anyway. good metabolism. But
Mike Proctor 34:52
regardless, you have to do it more than once and then you so you don’t eat it all next time and maybe two sandwiches, less That’s working towards not eating and
watch how much money you’d save. It’d be crazy. It’s insane. You can do it its just that mentality.
Mike Proctor 35:07
you guys go out every day. What’s your spot?
We switch it up. It’s variety man.
Depends man usually lately it was Horton for a while.
I would say that was our last like binge is like Tim Hortons
in the middle of the night like late
No, no, no, no then I guess during the summers at the end of our shift. Yeah, always, you know, like, at the end of the summer when we’re on first we go to Hortons because it’s better than anybody breakfast. it’s cheaper. There is better than anybody’s breakfast Yeah. You can’t beat it is best to they get to they get coffee if you want it
Mike Proctor 35:45
No, it’s cheap Hortons. Yeah, as far as coffee joints goes is I think the breakfast sandwich is like to 2.50 to 2.85
Mike Proctor 35:56
Yeah, but then you the pairings that it offers right so you got you got to get a coffee and a breakfast sandwich. donut Alright, why
I’m a coffee guy.
I’d get I’d get the the meal. The meal. Yeah. And it was like 536 Oh, damn, and you get a doughnut or a bag of chips.
I guess they have been running lot of promos
like a donut 24 ounce drink or coffee. And you get the sandwich. Okay,
I personally I love my I love my breakfast food. Tim Horton is not where I’m going because
Mike Proctor 36:38
we want to know where they’re ranked in.
get out of here. go to McDonald’s.
Gotta be top five.
Well, McDonald’s doesn’t even have croissants. you can’t even rank them as a frickin breakfast place
does have some good
Mike Proctor 36:58
Im eating lunch and I’m getting coffee from Starbucks Okay, that’s my breakfast
Hey man. I like I like I just recently when you know when I started going to stomping grounds again. I love my basic white coffee
Mike Proctor 37:12
shout out to stomping grounds
I don’t trust any of these fucking, they got taco bell number one.
Mike Proctor 37:20
What they got? Oh thats just a google snippet.
no serious no taco bell breakfast is pretty good
though their breakfast is good but have you had as a coffee. Do you drink coffee? Cuz?
Xad Did you say breakfast or coffee? Because I thought this was a conversation about breakfast.
Mike Proctor 37:34
I’m talking about the all out breakfast experience.
Okay, Taco Bell is 10 on this list. Let’s go. We got Taco Bell. 10 Wendy’s. I’ve never had Wendy’s I’d like to try that. Yeah, Sonic. Burger King. Burger King has rightfully amazing sandwiches. rightfully. That’s like vacations breakfast. I feel like seven out of 10 jack in the box is on West McDonald’s number five. , God chick fil a they cook a peanut oil so fuck yourself.
Yeah, I’m allergic.
What a burger. That’s gotta be all outwest Oh, come on. Dunkin Donuts
I was about to say it’s Tim Hortons. No, do
Tim Hortons didnt even crack the top ten.
well Tim Hortons is the Canadian Dunkin Donuts, so get fucked
I got a question for you. Who is or what did Tim Horton do?
He was a fur trapper in the 1760s
Dalton you got to guess.
Oh man who’s a French Canadian or a trapper in the 70s
he’s definitely Canadian.
I know Yeah, leaves everywhere. I’m gonna say is um
Don’t act like I’m not know what I’m talking about. That he definitely was Canadian who’s definitely French Canadian and he was a fur trapper. And he’s
he’s got to be like some sort of like entrepreneur or something. Something lucrative
What did he like? What?
Mike Proctor 39:01
I’m gonna have to say he was just a like coffee roaster. We go the coffee roaster.
Guys are jumping all around it. What are Canadians famous for?
hes is a hockey player.
Yeah, Tim Horton was a hockey player
was he really is that fact?
Mike Proctor 39:20
Yeah, he’s is that what the restaurants named after?
Yeah, he Oh, yeah. He started the restaurant. A Google picture of him so you can see him?
Oh, he probably had a busted up face. Was he a goalie?
he had to be like the 60s I think.
Mike Proctor 39:36
Yeah. Tim Hortons is relatively new.
No, no, I mean, he the he’s not even
McDonald’s is only for like 57. Really? Yeah.
Oh, yeah. It was even that far back. Born in the 30s. He died in the 70s. Started in the 40-70s. Okay, perfect
maple leaves. Poor guy.
This is like For the Maple Leafs big old thick fucking jaw Oh, this guy’s selling you some coffee? Wow okay, that’s Tim fucking Horton
Mike Proctor 40:15
did he make them himself? Are they just named after him
Let me go let’s go deep dive.
lou ferigno’s like evil side
Mike Proctor 40:27
he should play Captain America
he should have
had to be a defenseman
Oh god defenseman, a hockey defenseman.
Oh yeah, the
played 24 seasons
like that he looked like Chris Chelios
successful businessman. He was a co founder of Tim Tim Hortons fast food chain. I’m sure he probably had somebody actually throw some money into it started it. But yeah, Tim Horton hockey player was caught. Wow, that’s amazing. That’s fun. Yeah, he played for the Maple Leafs for a long time. Yeah. 24 years career.
All right. Hey, guys. I was trying to explain this. The other day. The NHL two k five that we had when we lived at waters.
He was telling me about this dude.
Mike Proctor 41:18
So we had an NHL 2k five for PlayStation two. And it was very scratch.
you understand a little scratches make the game a glitch. This game looked like it had been found under a garbage pile.
Mike Proctor 41:36
But we played it we played it all the time. And we set up a season me Luke and Xad we’re all playing. And we frickin we we decided to Oh, shit. No, we would play the game. And it would fucking glitch out and so we would be playing the game and like later on, it would be like gooal Like in the menu of the next game?
Yeah, you’re like signing players off the free agency is
so fun. Yeah,
hat trick in a previous game. And then like, you’re at the main menu here, Dan Heatley.
Oh, that game was fun.
Mike Proctor 42:19
Yeah, that was fun.
What’s your favorite video game Dalton?
Oh, favorite video game? It’s a really, really, really good question.
What’s your name again?
My Favorites God of War series.
God of War series.
Mike Proctor 42:34
A new one. Man. We’ve talked about it on the show. Zack came on and he was he was playing God. He was
wearing him talked about it.
Mike Proctor 42:42
That was a very, very good game. Mm hmm.,loved all the initial ones, too.
Yeah. That one was so much different to the past installments. It was like pretty much like a cinematic move. For the most part. Yeah, it looks really good. Yeah, really good.
Mike Proctor 42:57
I like the old ones better. I think
coming out with a new one, two.
Mike Proctor 43:00
Yeah, there’s a new one.
PSfive. Yeah, drop that in there.
So when’s that coming?
next year?Oh, November 12.
I don’t know.
Mike Proctor 43:10
I think like a week. Yeah,
right around the corner. Man
is crazy. Is 800 bucks.
I think it’s like, six or 700 I can’t exactly remember.
Yeah, that’s nuts I don’t know. I haven’t had to buy a gaming console.
And I don’t buy the first generation consoles., anyway.
Mike Proctor 43:30
Yeah. That’s always a good good strategy. You want to you want to wait.
make something better down the road.
Mine burnt up.
So xad you remember when we got a 360? When they first came?
Yeah, we sold it. Which actually our mom was so mad at us, Mike where we’re hanging out then. My mom. Oh my god. My mom wanted to kick my ass so bad. She might have kicked my ass. Yeah, we traded it with a friend Brian Niece shout out if you’re running it on the show. So we traded our brand new Xbox 360 to my friend Brian Niece for his ex. Ex Xbox. Oh, yeah. And he like a bunch of his games. Yeah, he gave us a lot of games. I mean, oh, it was a decent trade. But my mom was fucking pissed.
Mike Proctor 44:17
But we never had an Xbox.
Yeah, we never we were on PlayStation.
Dude, that’s literally when like61st came out They had NBA like two K, whatever. And I think 2k 10 I think was the first one for three six.
That’s all that’s the only game that we had.
Was that in the outfit.
Yeah, yeah, we didn’t have any game.
that was the only game we would play we could place we could get them was Jumbo only they had two frickin Xbox 360 games.
So yeah, we traded it for that. And my mom was just like, just so far beyond pissed like because
Mike Proctor 44:56
she had bought the three sixty.
she had bought the 360 for us. Yeah, she was like, Hey, boys, you know, happy early Christmas I bought you guys this this awesome gaming console. It’s like the brand new spanking one the new one sexy as hell white and it’s the new thing on the market and we’re like, Hey Brian. I’ll fucking trade you.
Mike Proctor 45:18
Do we don’t like this thing?
My mom walks in like, Hey, where’s your PlayStation?
Oh, I traded it.
Mike Proctor 45:26
who knows where your Xbox? Yeah,
I’ll get my ass kicked. whatever. It’s some memories. It’s 100% the memories.
a man. I got one that I traded that guitar.
Mike Proctor 45:45
Well I sold a guitar for like 70 bucks the very first time ever Hey, man.
electric acoustic beautiful teal. It was a beautiful, beautiful car. Paid for about 70 bucks. And then spent that on like a pack cigarettes. adna quarter of weed.
Mike Proctor 46:12
Yep. It’s made a week end
gone within the weekend
Mike Proctor 46:15
made a weekend out of a memory.
i didnt even buy a pack of cigarettes. I bought those little 72
Yeah, mom was about to kick your ass.
Yes. Oh my gosh.
she didn’t about that for a little while. I didn’t tell her for a while.
Good point. Yeah, I’d keep that one deep down in your soul.
Mike Proctor 46:32
I don’t think I’ve ever traded like a cherished memory or anything like that.
No. I think I have either.
Yeah, man. That’s why Ever since then, I’m like,
Mike Proctor 46:41
Luke’s coming clean.
Yeah. Never said said. Anything that’s like, paper. I keep it.
Luqs like old person at the soul now.
Yeah, I got a great Granny’s harmonica.
I did not know that too.
Oh, yeah. He’ll definitely keep that one.
Yeah, I played it until it cannot be played it. That’s what I started playing on.
You broke it. Wait a minute. You say? I’m not trading it. I just broke it.
He still has it though. Yeah, he still has the memory there.
It’s not completely broke or nothing. But like it’s got some sour notes in there. The reads are like 100 years old. But does it sound cool? Got it. Playing.
every now and Again, I’ll get a little draw in there.
Mike Proctor 47:30
old antique. Yeah, thing real? Pretty sweet. I was gonna pivot back to Mr. Dalton over here. Yep. Um, so I was asking about sleep and such before we got off on a tangent. And we always ask everybody, do you ever have dreams with your solid eight hours sleep every day?
Oh, I have a cool dream recently, over like, maybe a week or two recently. It’s funny because it actually entails both of you in xad. Like, yeah, yeah, it’s weird. It’s a strange story. The first little bit is gonna sound kind of like gibberish, but just stick with me. It gets pretty funny. But um, so xad is hosting his a Sunday football get together. Oddly enough, he’s at my neighbor’s house. I don’t know why he’s there. I feel like maybe he kicked him out at some point. I don’t know. I just remember being there was Yeah, yeah, it’s really I’m gonna tell you real quick. Full disclosure, everyone. My dreams are really strange like this.
Yeah. All right, there we go. We’ll just say that that’s much better. But um, nonetheless, you’re there. And someone had commanded me to go get some ice cream. So I went to the gas station of all places to get some ice cream. And I got the ice cream. But when I was coming back, I was starting up my car. And as I was starting it up, my key broke. And then I looked at my key and my dream. I’m like, there’s no way this is real life. So in my dream I had waking up in the chair that I sleep in at night, and I had reached in my pocket and pulled out my keys. And my key was broken. I was like, Oh my god, this is real life. My key actually broke. But later on, I actually had woken up. And I in my chair and I reached for my keys in my key was on it was there. So I kind of had like a weird like dream and like, my dream kind of deal for a minute there. It was pretty. It was pretty weird.
So where was Mike?
He was there he was there is this is like everyone was there. There’s a host right. He’s usually the host. So I just remember xad being the host.
Mike Proctor 49:36
It was it was funny. So you you have frequent dreams, then you’re a dreamer.
For the most part, I think I can at least recall one or two per week. I think it’s pretty good. Mm hmm.
Mike Proctor 49:49
Do you do you watch any documentaries?
I watch it I do watch documentaries. I actually just watched this horror movie called mungo lake. It’s kind of like a mockumentary Or style horror movie? Okay, it’s really good.
Mike Proctor 50:03
Those are fun two really good the mockumentary which like, Yeah, kinda, but I like the one about the guy who writes all the dicks all over school. or what’s it called? Dude?
Mike Proctor 50:32
that was like one of those mockumentary styles
he came out in like, it was when we worked at this house. Dude, that fucking show was so funny. You’d love it. Me and Mike watched it like me and Mike grew. But you know, man,
Mike Proctor 50:44
obviously, a different mike not me.
Yeah, the other mike God, there was so many mikes that worked at that small
Mike Proctor 50:50
American vandal. That’s what Dude, that that was a funny.
I’ve been recommended to watch that by like, 30 people.
Everyone was so good. It’s just really one season. There’s like seven episodes. Yeah.
Mike Proctor 51:03
Yeah. I think there’s like a second one.
Mike Proctor 51:06
Yeah, I think Oh, yeah. The one I don’t know if it’s out yet. I don’t think it’s out yet.
The one teacher he thought there was like, messed up but he like got fired. Because like they were interviewing. Yeah, he’s like, Man that chicks pretty hot.
Mike Proctor 51:18
have you ever seen it Dalton.
What is called?
Mike Proctor 51:21
It’s called American van. No. And it is a mockumentary. But it’s a it’s a comedy dude. It’s about a kid who. I’m someone who writes dicks all over the school. And they start breaking down all the styles of dicks that everyone draws.
a private high school in Bellevue, Washington. Yep.
It’s so good. there is a season two.
Mike Proctor 51:53
Is there? Yeah, it’s coming up. Yeah, yeah. But the reason I talk about documentaries is because there’s a really cool documentary on watch how your brain works when you when you’re sleeping. And during all it’s called the mind. The mind explained. Yes. I talked about a million times on the show. But um, you should check that out. It’s pretty sweet. And it talks about like, the things that your brain does when you’re dreaming is having Yeah, it’s like what parts of your brain are active. They have like scan. There’s it’s really, really
the one the ones going on. I know. There’s like when you’re if you have like an issue that you’ve been working on, when you’re sleeping, your brain puts a lot of power to working on that issue. But just like since you’re not actually awake, it can divert most of its energy into that. And it runs through the simulation, figuring out that problem over and over and over and over and over and then wake up. That’s why they say sleep on it. But like you wake up, you’re like, Oh my god, I don’t know why that was so hard to figure that out.
Mike Proctor 52:49
Yeah. And I just figured it out.
Yeah. You’re just like things, click together, whatever.
Mike Proctor 52:55
Yeah, I often find if I have a problem, I need to like, go away from it for a while. Just come back and revisit it in. And I’ll have like a totally different mindset,
your brain runs it in the background. And then if you sleep on it, it literally goes into overdrive.
Mike Proctor 53:12
That’s just experience. Yeah. So
who was it the one that slept with like the things in his hand
Rip Van Winkle?
was a Edison or Tesla or something like that?
Tesla Edison, or was one of those guys. And every time he’d like he’d sleep with these balls in his hand and then when he’d like Get an idea when he was half awake, and like half asleep and that kind of like, you know, barely wake dream stance. And then once he completely fell asleep and dozed off. I didn’t mean to jack your story.
They would drop on a plate .No, you’re good. No, no, it’s cool story. That’s fine. That’s pretty good, dude. Yeah, they drop on a plate and he’d wake up and he would just like, keep your
Mike Proctor 53:59
He keeps keeps your mind.
Yeah, it’s crazy.
Right? So you intentionally do that to reactivate his brain? state?
Yes. To be thinking of ideas in a dream state. And then as soon as he completely fell asleep before he forgot about the idea the balls would fall out of his hand and hit a crash on a plate wake him up
a win right this guy fucking sleep. that sounds terrible.
Look it up look up a sleeping
Edison . I swear.
Yeah. Just look up like sleeping ball drop, or something like that. And it’ll probably come up because it’s probably been searched so many times.
Mike Proctor 54:31
It’s probably Yeah, I’m sure it was either like as an idea that was adopted more than once.
Yeah, somebody Miguel did it when he would text people in the basement and he put the phone above his head. when he put it on that little pipe and it because that was the only place you can get service. And it would vibrate and fall and hit him in the head and then he’d wake up and text.
so it was Edison, and he did it. uh basically only when he would take power nap so it wasn’t actually going to sleep. but it says, but it says that, like Mike had alluded to that lots of lots of famous inventors and people like that had done it across times. Einstein Salvador Dali, Bill Clinton. Bill
Mike Proctor 55:23
people are fucking smart.
Yeah, Aristotle as well. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of people adopted it so I would probably say Aristotle would have been the one who started because he was the oldest but
Mike Proctor 55:34
the best ideas are copied.
Yeah, but yeah, best ideas are copied. I love that keeps coming up always all the time
think you think Aristotle? The world so much older than him when that?
Yeah, even so,
Mike Proctor 55:48
some Pharaoh somewhere did the whole ball trick with rocks. And
that’s nuts when you start going deeper and deeper.
On the way back because I was talking to Dalton earlier about like the size of the Mongol Empire at its height and stuff. And then like Yeah, dude. They ruled out
we were talking about what’s his name earlier?
Mike Proctor 56:12
Attila the Hun
Dude, gang is Khan’s Empire at the height of his empire in like 1270. And it literally stretch from the Pacific Ocean to the Red Sea. Like he sacked Baghdad.
He’s like, he burned Baghdad.
It wasn’t Baghdad, but whatever.
No, it was the modern day Baghdad. Yeah, I’m pretty sure it was actually called Baghdad. It was but yeah, like he was marching on Egypt and shit. Like, that is impressive. That is And that’s why I was saying like the supply train. And they weren’t necessarily supply train people. They were
Mike Proctor 56:49
they were fucking pillaging.
Yeah, they pillage and they were
Mike Proctor 56:53
all they were also hungry and thirsty. Well, yeah, they were getting the bare essential
are also really, really, really good at diplomacy. And if you were like, that’s why they were so good. Because like, whereas most armies had like one top general with maybe a couple of sub commanders. And they had people every, like, 10. They had small little troops, like, like staff sergeants. They had it because every time if you got command, you’d either get command of 10 100 1000 or 10,000. Right? They’ll decimals like that. So every 10 people, every group of 10 had a commander in every group 100 and a commander. And so there was an every commander he had, he pretty much either promoted people strictly on merit, like how well they did, and how good they were commanding troops. And, or by how like the other people he conquered. If they were really well commanders and he actually liked them. he’d bring them over and be like, Look, I’ll give you a job, dude.
Mike Proctor 57:54
Yeah, I mean, that’s what you call the corporate ladder.
Mike Proctor 58:00
That’s where that comes from.
He did that in 1270 and 1260 before anybody else was so that’s why he crushed army. But that’s it he ruled so much but I was talking about it earlier too. And I was I any case I was I was listening to that on the way home I was like, I gotta read listen to that.
Mike Proctor 58:24
So we’re getting towards the end of our time here boys, but I want to ask Dalton the kind of a quick question do you have what sort of weird hobbies do you have? Do you have any weird hobbies or skills that like people might not know now?
Maybe not weird? I just have some hobbies. I like to go hiking around ronon just trying to stay as fit as I can and kind of hang out
Mike Proctor 58:43
where you’ve been hiking.
Deerfield township nature trails they’re pretty nice place if and where’s where’s Deerfield? That would be It’s weird. It’s kind of torn between Argentina and Fenton
Mike Proctor 58:54
Okay, so right again right in the veins
right? Yeah, right in the middle there in Michigan But
Mike Proctor 59:00
okay, hell yeah, is a that’s a fun kind of gig. you probably see some cool shit
huh that’s a really beautiful area it’s really nice and they have like canoe launches and stuff down there and stuff you can always go
is that a lake or a river?
Yeah, it’s done like I think was right out there Bennett lake or something like that. I can’t remember who’s been at Lake though.
There’s hills the pines is really cool. It’s rise
to red pines. Yeah, really nice place
Mike Proctor 59:27
Michigan is pretty cool for that shit.
I think it’s a great I love Michigan
coworker the other day was talking to she was like I don’t know if I’ve ever won like vacation outside of Michigan again just because there’s just so much you know you’re in a state that you could go see
Mike Proctor 59:43
xadand I talked about this a lot
Mike Proctor 59:44
we’ve been all over this pitch. Yeah.
If people want to go down to like you know, I want to go down to the ocean or whatever. Well, you can go to Lake huronon and say that it looks Sam damn thing exactly the same. I love it here.
Yeah. If you get stuck out at least if you get thirsty you could drink it
saying Dude, I mean I hate to be lost at sea. No sharks and at least you can drink ,
Mike Proctor 1:00:10
it’s all cool as fuck anyways yeah right that’s totally right Don’t
be too cold and has to be too hot yeah layer up in the cold you
Mike Proctor 1:00:18
no i mean the water
but don’t do it in the water. Yes. No No don’t do that
I used to always say I’d want to burn alive then freezer to death because I like to be warm over cold. I have learned that is definitely not that way. It is so easy to just. I mean, it’s not easy to be cold freeze to death, but that would suck I’m just saying it’s like a hell of a lot easier.
A man has some dark thoughts.
not dark thoughts at all. I’m just saying you know?
Mike Proctor 1:00:48
Well, that we’re gonna wrap her up there guys, let’s we’ll run through shoutouts
shoutouts I started out with a high whiskey. High West whiskey. Is that what that is? Yeah, that’s what luq and dalton drinkin here.
I brought it up good stuff. My first podcast.
Yes. And then
Mike Proctor 1:01:04
we talked about American Prairie.
Mike Proctor 1:01:08
okay. return of that. You know, we didn’t talk about luq’s winery today.
Oh, yeah. Well, I haven’t really done a whole lot.
We’ll get back to it..
it’s on it’s on. It’s paused right now is hiatus Oh hiatus. I gotta get better equipment.
Mike Proctor 1:01:24
Oh, shout out to a high West.
Yeah, High west whiskey,
Mike Proctor 1:01:27
still saving pronghorns
Owosso public school grounds. Of course, Ford field and Joey Harrington and all the iron workers.
Mike Proctor 1:01:38
Those people worked hard are we Harrington mentioned Oh, yeah, right. Boom, boom. Ah, yeah. People that toss up those stadiums. Oh, man. Seriously, that one in Vegas just went up.
Huh? Nice stadium.
Mike Proctor 1:01:47
Cedar Point. We got Cedar Point
Mike Proctor 1:01:51
we did talk about Cedar Point
Mike Proctor 1:01:54
Yeah, custodians, right.
Yeah, yeah. Best number 1 in Washington.
Xbox and PlayStation as well.
Mike Proctor 1:02:03
games to fuckin NHL two k five.
And then a goal. So Dalton is talking about his his dream and he says gas station ice cream and I have frequent in some gas station. I try ice cream in the past
Except for the fact that it it’s, it’s there. 24 hours out.
Mike Proctor 1:02:27
Oh, dude. That’s a fucking hilarious show.
Check it out.
Men who sleep with balls in their hands.
You’re about to say the men who stare at goats? No,
no, no. No. balls in her hands.
Mike Proctor 1:02:41
Was that Edison? Right? Aristotle, Aristotle.
Bill Clinton. Of course, Bill Clinton.
And then we see the deer field township nature trails.
Mike Proctor 1:02:58
That about wraps around. Yeah, about it. Well, I hope you hope you guys dug the new studio, man.
Thanks for coming out, guys. Appreciate it. Yeah.
Yeah, man. We’ll do it again. Man. This is really nice for you, for sure.
Mike Proctor 1:03:11
Hundred percent. Um, thanks for being here was can you guys peace out later. that’s all she wrote, guys. Thank you so much for listening. We appreciate it. I know luq sounded like he was underwater for half that time, we had to rig them up of our fourth microphone, which isn’t the same kind of microphone as the rest of ours. But I tried to clean them up. He sounded much worse before post production. Thank you guys, again for listening. Thanks for luq and Dalton, for for coming on the show. We appreciate this so much. Remember you guys like the show. Hit the subscribe button. recommend us to your friends. You know, spread the word. We appreciate it. We’re trying to try to get better every every week. We have some super cool guests coming up soon. We’re actually going to do a collab with the chainsaw mafia, which we’ve talked about on the show. We’ve had both members on before. And that’s one that I’m super, super excited for. So keep your guys eyes out for that. I’ve got a couple more guests on the docket as well. Um, thank you guys for listening. I’ll catch you next time. Today’s episode of the podcast was brought to you by Fauxtien. Everyone’s all obsessed with which brand of protein supplements they use, it can be hard to decide which is which is good for you and fauxtien is here to make that easy. fauxtien is the protein supplement that helps your body restock on refined sugars and carbohydrates. While you’ve been dieting and eating your whole foods. They use all generic ingredients artificially created in the lab or making sure they contain high fructose corn syrup. If you’re sick of hearing about everyone’s protein supplements, check out fo teen today to up your game. Sign up at fotini comm that’s f au X tien and use the promo code chunk to save 25% send off your first order. That’s ch un k people. We’re also brought to you by TPMD. Does it ever bother you that we only wipe our butts with paper? If you got some poop on your face? Would you just wipe it off with a piece of paper? No, you need TPMD. Now introducing the TPM D at home kit. There. They let you customize it for the best experience to suit your needs. Check out the website TPMD.com. Use the promo code comfy for 20% off your first month of TPMD. TPMDS. What’s up guys? I’m telling you 20 that’s comfy co m f y. We also we got a new sponsor, we’re brought to you by hyped. Do you want to be pumped up for that epic event this weekend? Maybe you got a softball game or you’re just going out to the bar. You want someone to make sure that everyone knows what about all those legendary moments hyped as your back with an easy scheduling tool. It will deliver a professional height man for your personal use. Their hype specialist will make sure to keep you and the crowd pumped all night long. I’m telling you guys, you need this for all occasions. Everyone will be talking about it for years to come. visit their website hyped.com H YP d and use the promo code Jed half off your first event. That’s what’s up Jed j Ed. Check it out guys. huge shout out to the sponsors. Thank you for listening