Mandela Effect Pt 2
[00:00:00] Jeremiah: Hello, my fellow Terrestrials coming to you from an RV deep in the Carolina Mountains. Welcome to the What If They’re Wrong podcast, the podcast that wants you to question everything. Your reality is about to be shattered.
Hello and welcome to the What of the Wrong podcast, the podcast. I want you to question everything. I’m joined today by Aaron Dawn and Jeremy, and we’re gonna have another round table. This is part two of the Mandela Effects, and we’re gonna go over them and, um, you know, blow our minds again like last time.
So I’ll introduce them now. Hey guys. Hey.
[00:00:58] Dawn: Hi.
[00:01:00] Erin: Hey, it’s Aaron.
[00:01:02] Jeremiah: Thanks for coming back and, uh, finishing this up. Always a pleasure, buddy. Always a pleasure. Well, I say finish, but you could go on forever with these.
[00:01:10] Erin: So much fun.
[00:01:14] Jeremiah: So we’ll start off with a snack that is popular on the school playground, the Cheezits or Cheezit. Um, a lot of people remember it being cheezits with a it t z, but it’s actually just cheezit it.
[00:01:33] Dawn: No, I I thought about this one too, Erin, and my thoughts were, I thought it was cheezits, but only because we tend to put an exclamation point on things.
So is it our way of adding something, an apostrophe to it? Known that it was more than one cracker. Is that our brains tricking us on that? Because I do remember it just being on the boxes. It, yeah,
[00:02:03] Jeremy: I was gonna say, and one, it’s not a schoolyard’s snack cause I, before my surgery I would devour a box. He’s no issue, but, but it’s definitely cheesy.
I never heard of anything called cheese with, it’s with a Z at the. I think we, we n s at the end, just because that’s the way it was when you want multiple. But I mean, other than that, like I don’t see it being with a Z ever. I don’t, that is not my recollection at all. And yes, that’s a very fade recollection due to a certain substances, but it’s still would remember that
[00:02:34] Erin: I remember the Z personally.
Woo, woo. Yep, I do. Whoa. Um, I don’t know if it’s, I’m trying to like, I, I do remember the Z and cuz why would we call it cheese? It’s like the z I don’t know. It was there. Because you’re getting the
[00:02:53] Jeremy: s like you’re making it full just because you want to give your kids cheese.
[00:02:56] Erin: It, so I get that like Pringles has an S on it, but like that doesn’t have an S on it.
Like, I don’t know, I would call it Cheez It then You want some Cheez It. I don’t know. It’s a good, it’s a good, it is a good one. I’ve been pondering, I like, I maybe I remember saying Cheez-its.
[00:03:15] Jeremy: Yeah, I’m guessing that’s why it is cuz I mean, but I, I, I worked in retail so long. They’re not called cheezits.
[00:03:23] Jeremiah: Cheezit. Yeah, I was on the fence of it. But I do think it’s possible that we just added an S to it when we said it. Cause it’s like, give me a bag of cheese. Eggs. Because you wouldn’t say, give me a bag of cheese, eggs. True,
[00:03:40] Erin: true. But in our
[00:03:42] Dawn: head, are we putting on us or Z? That was the way I looked at it.
I’m like, are we adding that along? Because that’s the way we’re trained with our grammar. So, I mean, it’s interesting and I love that you remember it with a z
[00:04:03] Erin: Well, I remember saying it with the Z, like,
[00:04:07] Dawn: I do remember saying that way. But I always remember we barely got cheese sets growing up and I mean, it was just
[00:04:19] Jeremy: seriously, I I I, I, I ate the knock off Brandon as a kid so much.
[00:04:25] Dawn: So I didn’t know. It wasn’t until I was an adult and got to buy ’em myself.
[00:04:34] Jeremiah: What’s, yeah. So I think this could be chalked up to just the way we pronounce things and. I mean, pluralizing it,
[00:04:42] Jeremy: I don’t know. Seems that way cuz I mean, I’ve eaten cheese. It’s enough my girl life to know what the hell, what the hell they’re calling on buying them.
[00:04:49] Dawn: Yes. I do love that one though. Oh, the
[00:04:54] Jeremy: flavors they have now, it’s amazing. Oops. I went too far.
[00:04:58] Jeremiah: I wouldn’t eat them now. All right, so we’ll go to another one. Huh. This is a old time classic cartoon. Curious. Joy bothers me. And um, a lot of people say they remember him having a tail, but he does not have a tail and never did have
[00:05:15] Erin: a tail.
Look at the picture. It looks so weird without the tail. I,
[00:05:20] Dawn: monkeys have tails. Serious story, having a tale and I grew up loving him because I was born in, in 1974. So I remember my grandma always having this for me because it was an older thing that she already had from all my other. But yeah, I remember it being
[00:05:41] Jeremy: no tail.
I can’t say I remember tale either. I mean, I never was. It was before. It was
[00:05:47] Dawn: because what was the month
[00:05:48] Jeremy: with no tail? It was before my time and it was after my time. But I never like watched Curious George that much, but. I don’t remember a tale. I mean, personally, and I think I’ve remember a tale on those books.
[00:06:00] Dawn: Mm-hmm.
[00:06:01] Jeremiah: I, I want to say I don’t remember a tale, um, that he was tailless, cuz I think he’s supposed to be like a chimpanzee or whatever and they don’t have tails. But, um, but then there’s part of my brain that’s like, I remember a scene, cuz I think they had a cartoon too. And it was like he was hanging from a tree.
But was he hanging from his hand or from his tail? I don’t remember. It was a
[00:06:30] Jeremy: while ago. His hand, he always was hanging from a tree with his hand. Right. I, I just purposely remember that for some reason. I don’t know why. Down
[00:06:39] Erin: like monkey bars, you use your hands.
[00:06:42] Dawn: It’s another really good one. I like that.
That’s a good one.
[00:06:47] Jeremiah: But yeah, it’s another thing that a lot of people say they remember the tale, but there was never a tale. And it could just be once again, memory, uh, Jorgen. And like I was saying in the back of my mind that I remember him hanging from a tree, but I just don’t remember if it was his hand or a tail.
So maybe just attribute a tail to that. I don’t know. I like it. All right. Let’s see. Just, sorry this isn’t bigger, but, uh mm-hmm. That’s what he said to Breeze.
[00:07:27] Erin: Yeah, that’s what she said. Fabric breeze. I was gonna
[00:07:32] Dawn: say, well, what she said too, but, okay.
[00:07:36] Jeremiah: Fabrice, uh, air freshener spray. A lot of people remember it.
F E B R E E Z e. But it is actually F E B R E Z E.
[00:07:53] Erin: I remember it being the two E’s personally. Me
[00:07:57] Jeremiah: too. I do too.
[00:07:58] Jeremy: Wait a minute. What was the alternate spelling that people remember? Oh, two E’s versus e Uh, with two e I never remember there being two E’s. I I, to this day, I don’t see that in stores, but
[00:08:10] Erin: that’s how you spell breeze.
[00:08:12] Jeremiah: Well, it’s not in stores. Well, it’s not in stores now cuz we’re in another reality. But remember, I remember it being with the two E’s because it was like a breeze, you know? Right.
[00:08:23] Erin: Because it smelled good and fresh. Like a fresh breath.
[00:08:30] Dawn: Like,
[00:08:32] Jeremiah: and I just remember the word being longer cuz it looks shorter.
Without the X extra E.
[00:08:39] Dawn: It does, and I know they weren’t trying to spell it exactly how it was spelled, but the short way just, it doesn’t even look familiar. Like it’s hard to make that
[00:08:53] Erin: familiar. So when we did the other episode, I actually found this one when I was researching and I had a bottle for Breeze and it’s spelled the like the one E way, but it tripped me out cuz I didn’t even notice that because I’ve always thought it had the two E’s.
And then they’re saying that there’s not two E’s and
[00:09:15] Dawn: I’m looking up
[00:09:16] Erin: around this. I thought, yeah, this one was very, it confused my brain
[00:09:25] Jeremiah: because I remember using Fabrice like when it first came out. Oh, and I would use it a lot. I
[00:09:34] Erin: would use it a lot. My mom would use it all the time. I
[00:09:37] Jeremiah: totally, I totally remember the two E.
I just, and I remember this bottle too,
[00:09:42] Erin: that distinct bottle. Yes, I remember that bottle too. Yes,
[00:09:47] Dawn: I
[00:09:47] Jeremiah: do too. That like light blue bottle with the dark blue top and all. And
[00:09:53] Erin: then that’s a real picture. I mean, like, the other one doesn’t even look like a real picture. No, that’s awesome. I wish everyone
[00:10:02] Jeremiah: could see these pictures.
Lotion, bottle looks like a hand lotion bottle. The fake one? Mm-hmm. Or the, what is supposed to be the real one now? All right, we’ll go to the next one. What?
[00:10:20] Erin: The fourth one? Wait, what? My, my stepdad worked in the, a lot of people car manufacturer company. So I’m really interested about this one.
[00:10:31] Jeremiah: A lot of people remember the Ford logo just looking like this bottom one normal, where it’s just a mm-hmm.
Line across the, uh, capital F but in this reality, there is a little loop de loo in the Ford, uh, the F of Ford.
[00:10:51] Erin: What is this? Lean real life. Wait,
[00:10:55] Jeremiah: what? If you look up Ford, that’s what their logo looks like now, has a little group in F
[00:11:02] Erin: i I I,
[00:11:04] Jeremiah: um, I, and I never remember being that way. I always remember it just being like straight line in F for four.
[00:11:11] Jeremy: I remember is that four stands for found on Roadside Dead.
[00:11:15] Jeremiah: Yes.
Yes, for sure. And I remember Ford Escort, ah, because I think m and m said something.
[00:11:27] Erin: You just blew my mind now. This is not when I, this is not one that I saw. I am, I mean, they do change logos, but they’re really saying they never changed it. Like did, did anyone con, did anyone contact for it and ask them
[00:11:46] Jeremiah: what I read from what I read, they’re saying the bottom logo never existed.
The one with the straight line.
[00:11:54] Dawn: Okay. So I pulled up Ford logo’s history of their Oh, good idea. Logos and Throughout. They’ve always had the loop.
[00:12:07] Jeremiah: And I never remember that
[00:12:10] Dawn: except for between 19. Well, it started in 1911 is when they developed it.
[00:12:18] Erin: Um, oh, 1903 is for more company in Detroit,
[00:12:21] Dawn: Michigan.
And then 1907, they changed it a little more. Let’s, for football. Oh, I got, and then 1909, they changed it to the way I thought it was. Yeah, yeah. So the way from 1909 to 1911, that’s what,
[00:12:49] Erin: what is that loop? So what does this tell us? That’s what I’m saying, like, what happened? What is that loop like?
What happened in 1911 wasn’t a loop.
[00:13:02] Jeremy: Um, a lot of things, but, um, nothing like that. But there
[00:13:07] Erin: wasn’t war. I’m just, you know, speculating.
[00:13:11] Jeremy: All, all It could be though, was that okay? It was a change of marketing and the top one was marketing for a second.
[00:13:22] Erin: I’m mind blown right now. I
[00:13:25] Dawn: I’m too, cause I am too,
[00:13:27] Erin: because I’ve been around cars my whole life. I grew up next to a Speedway, Flemington Speedway in New Jersey. Like my stepdad raced dock cars. He was also a mechanic. This, like, I’ve,
[00:13:40] Jeremiah: and I’m sorry for my listeners who live in this country, but it looks like it should be like French or something.
[00:13:47] Dawn: Well, yeah. It, this is the way I picture it, you
[00:13:50] Erin: guys. So what’s interesting to me when I look at that loop, right, just that line with the loop that in like gramma, like grammar and like editing is to take out a word. I Hmm. I’m just, do
[00:14:09] Jeremiah: you know what I’m talking about? This one? This one blew my mind one day.
It’s really blowing.
[00:14:14] Erin: Heard
[00:14:15] Jeremy: all, all, all I can say to Jeremiah is, what the hell’s going on your computer with? Like the 5,000 mouse click? Wait, what? It looks like there’s like 5,000 versions of your mouth.
[00:14:26] Dawn: I thought I was the only one to see that. Really? Oh yeah. When you do that, it’s worse. You only need to move it one time and never again.
[00:14:39] Jeremiah: you see it, does it like freeze my mouse motion?
[00:14:46] Erin: Oh, it’s snowing clickers?
[00:14:50] Jeremiah: Mm-hmm. That’s so weird. If I change the picture, will it, does it reset?
[00:14:54] Dawn: No, it still doesn’t until you go over the picture.
[00:15:00] Jeremiah: Like that. Now it’s gone.
[00:15:04] Erin: Now
[00:15:04] Dawn: there’s three. No, it’s filled.
[00:15:06] Erin: If you move it again, they’ll, they’ll multiply again.
[00:15:12] Jeremiah: Well, I won’t move it, so we’ll move on. Um, this is the fruit of the loom. Uh, classic, uh, clothing line. Uh, a lot of people remember that there was a cornucopia in the picture with the fruit. There was, but that never actually existed. I
[00:15:33] Jeremy: call it was always just the fruit. I call, I call that bullshit.
I call that bullshit cause I’ve seen a documentary on this and there was a cornucopia at one point.
[00:15:41] Jeremiah: There was, I don’t know.
[00:15:43] Dawn: I also, if we’re allowed to pass, I call bullshit too, because I’m old enough. I remember these commercials being on TV when they started doing these funny commercials back in the eighties.
And I remember the guys running around in their underwear and, you know, like we had weird commercials with the guys. At the end, we had the cornucopia and my daddy hit him on his underwear as Tidy White.
[00:16:14] Jeremy: Who’s filming my podcasting. Dammit.
[00:16:20] Erin: I totally remember the cornucopia myself.
[00:16:25] Jeremiah: I, it doesn’t even look, I don’t remember the cornucopia, like a whole
[00:16:27] Erin: logo without it. Um, it looks like something like I’m literally wearing fruit loo and I looked at the thing cuz I, I had to, I had to go look. I love it and I love it. Yeah, I was, it just doesn’t look the same.
Did, um, did, um, just like Michael Jordan, was it Michael Jordan that you sit indoors for Loom? I remember the cornucopia because I like.
[00:16:58] Jeremiah: Um, didn’t Fruit of the Loo make the, uh, children’s underwear that the dungarees they had? Like, uh, I think so. Like, transformers on ‘
[00:17:09] Erin: em, or? Oh, yeah. They had a characters and stuff. Definitely. The Underoos. Well, this things, yeah. I, I think they took it out like, you know, speculating obviously, but like, it’s a cornucopia, right?
And it’s for underwear and it’s like fruit, and it’s like, here’s the cornucopia of the, so some people thought it was like a, I don’t know, a sexualized thing. So maybe they took it out because of that, but it’s like now it’s like, I don’t know. You know, like, obviously it’s just like, can they design the reality?
Are they doing that? Ooh.
[00:17:50] Jeremiah: But I think, uh, I’m pretty sure they’re saying that that cornucopia never
[00:17:56] Erin: existed. Oh, yeah. I understand. But I’m saying the people that created these reality mashups, the powers that be whatever.
[00:18:04] Jeremy: The gov, the government knows they existed and they’re lying knows for some reason.
[00:18:08] Jeremiah: But my reality I came from had the mine myopia. Thank you. Thank you. Absolutely.
[00:18:16] Erin: I’m ready for the next one. I’m excited.
[00:18:22] Jeremiah: All right. What, uh, sorry, it’s small again. Ooh, Funyuns or Funions? Uh, a lot of people remember it being F U n Y U n S, but it’s actually. F u n I O n S Like onions, but funion. No, it’s
[00:18:41] Jeremy: not what? No, it’s not.
[00:18:43] Jeremiah: Yep. So
[00:18:45] Dawn: hold on. I’m,
[00:18:47] Erin: I’m right down guys. Oh, no. Wait, maybe
[00:18:50] Jeremiah: I, I know I need to look this up.
[00:18:51] Jeremy: Say you have to have it backwards.
[00:18:53] Jeremiah: Oh, maybe I have it backwards. Maybe it’s fun. Onions like, spelled like onions. Oh no,
[00:18:59] Erin: it’s with the Y
[00:19:00] Jeremiah: now. Okay. It’s with the Y now. Yeah,
[00:19:03] Jeremy: it’s always been with the Y I never saw it spell the other way. And what was
[00:19:08] Erin: the what Cause it’s onion rings, fun
[00:19:10] Jeremy: onions. Un uh. The other way was on onions with a F-ed on the front
[00:19:15] Erin: the other way.
Looks like what have you. Fun onions
[00:19:19] Jeremiah: or no f So in this reality it is the fun Y u Ns. Fun.
[00:19:28] Dawn: It’s always been with the Y. Yeah, I
[00:19:31] Erin: think it’s with the Y. Woo.
[00:19:35] Jeremiah: That wouldn’t, I don’t, yeah. I just, um, happened to see, I
[00:19:38] Erin: feel like it’s like somebody made a I don’t, or something.
[00:19:42] Dawn: I never seen that one.
[00:19:44] Erin: Wow.
[00:19:44] Jeremiah: Because I, I’ve, I’ve honestly never eaten that many of them. But I do remember, um, with the y
[00:19:53] Dawn: oh, it was my jam when I was a kid. That was my begging my dad for 20 cents. I can go get a bag of onions, so.
[00:20:01] Erin: Yep. It was a y it was all damn junk food yourself.
[00:20:04] Jeremy: 20 cent. I’ll just say aging yourself with the 20 cents thing, that’s for damn sure.
But, um, but yeah, I mean, funion to this day, I’ll eat if someone buys them, I’m not buying them cuz I could buy better snacks. But still, like, they’re amazing.
[00:20:18] Jeremiah: I was always the person that would go and buy the, the combos.
[00:20:24] Erin: Hmm. Oh
[00:20:25] Jeremiah: yeah. But if I eat combos now I’m like, oh, this interest.
[00:20:29] Erin: I like the combos too.
[00:20:34] Jeremiah: All right, next one. Far as go,
[00:20:38] Erin: what?
[00:20:42] Jeremiah: A lot of people remembering life is like a box of chocolates, but he actually said life was like a box of chocolates. What?
[00:20:53] Dawn: So like say the quote in your head or just say it out loud how you
[00:20:57] Erin: think you’re saying now it’s was, yes. That’s not true. It’s not true in this
[00:21:05] Jeremiah: reality. Me, it’s life was
[00:21:07] Erin: like a box of chocolate.
Oh, it was? Because you know that reality. Reality was like a box of chocolates. Fuck. Geez. What? That’s, what am I. Sorry.
[00:21:23] Jeremiah: The reality of that I’m originally from, it was life is like box, live
[00:21:28] Erin: the, like a box of C glitz. Like it doesn’t, there’s no was
[00:21:35] Dawn: Yeah, that’s this, it’s where
[00:21:37] Erin: are we at?
My, my, my, my eyebrows like up here is like feeling real heavy. Like, like I got caterpillars on my eyebrows right now. I’m thinking so hard.
[00:21:52] Dawn: Is it because everybody remembers all these things, but everybody’s remember on the exact same. So how can they come out and tell us
[00:22:01] Jeremy: mean we’re all wrong? I mean, everybody knows it’s has.
Have you gone back and watched it? Chocolates? Have you mama was
[00:22:08] Erin: talking. Have any of you gone back and watched it multiple times? Not Okay. Since, and does it say was now I knew?
[00:22:16] Jeremy: No. Yes. No, it doesn’t. What do you,
[00:22:19] Erin: do you have a VHS or something, Jeremy? No, I don’t. I don’t know. Likes like, what are you watching it on?
That you’re saying? Yes. And he’s saying no. Like
[00:22:30] Jeremy: what? Whatever streaming service it’s available on at that point. Yeah,
[00:22:33] Dawn: but that’s when they can already change it. You really need to check. Like if we can always check our old VHS tapes and stuff like that,
[00:22:42] Erin: I’m gonna go to the such hundred wells market that has like a video store that has so many, I’m gonna go get one and find a VHS
[00:22:50] Jeremiah: player.
According to what I read. It’s always been, life was like a box of chocolates. I
[00:22:56] Erin: don’t believe that either. I, I don’t either. Nope. Mm-hmm.
[00:23:01] Jeremiah: Next. And by the way, Jenny, Jenny is a villain. She’s one of the villains. Oh, fuck
[00:23:08] Jeremy: that. A ren.
[00:23:10] Jeremiah: Yeah,
[00:23:12] Dawn: she was, but you still couldn’t help but feel bad
[00:23:15] Jeremy: for Jenny. Um, when I was a kid, maybe, but now I don’t feel nothing for her.
Besides maybe the fact that she be, she should, she
[00:23:23] Dawn: should’ve committed. I just feel bad. I’m like, I feel like that’s why Jenny turned out the way she did is cuz she, geez, she was being raped by her dad when she was a kid.
[00:23:35] Jeremiah: Oh, well now I gotta go watch this movie again.
[00:23:41] Erin: When I was kid, I felt bad for seeing, I was like, they kicked him out.
I feel so bad. So I, I don’t feel, I feel bad for everybody. I’m with you, Don.
[00:23:51] Dawn: I mean, Jenny’s story is just like Forest’s story. They’re doing a dual with them side by side with their lives of what’s going on and her life is just horrible. While his was amazing, so, That’s
[00:24:09] Jeremiah: good. All right, next one. Moving on.
[00:24:15] Jeremy: Oh, you getting into dangerous territory now, my friend, a lot.
[00:24:20] Dawn: I love this
[00:24:21] Jeremiah: one. There is a group of people who just remember four pee pee, four peepee, four
[00:24:28] Erin: people. What are you thinking of buddy?
[00:24:33] Jeremiah: Four people in the car, but there was actually six. There was three rows of seats in this reality, which I always remember four, but I don’t know
[00:24:46] Erin: which ones now.
[00:24:49] Jeremiah: Down below now was six people in the car. Six people in the car. Like the bottom picture? No,
[00:24:56] Jeremy: there was never six people in the car. It was four. Always. Two in the front, two in the back. I never seen videos of one of them hopping out once they, once they started getting shot. What’s
[00:25:07] Erin: that car even? I know, like, does that car even exist?
It’s like a cloud. Where’s this car at? I’d love to see it.
[00:25:15] Dawn: Well, it’s actually at the Henry Ford Museum and I could go get a picture for you guys. It’s only like a mile and a half away from Oh, yes, please. I go to the Okay, I will, I will. I’ll what?
[00:25:29] Erin: I’ll look, I actually have a automobile museum by me too.
That’s really, I haven’t been there though. Well,
[00:25:35] Dawn: I know they have the Kennedy’s um, automobile up there because you know, I’m a ghost hunter, so Kennedy said to appear by his car there and everything, so I do know, but I’m going to look through my pictures and if I can’t find it, I’m gonna go up there.
We’re gonna look and see how my seats are. Yeah, please. That’s so cool. I do. Lincoln’s chair is assassinated in too.
[00:26:02] Jeremiah: So I always remember, like another thing I remember, and I could be wrong, I don’t know, but, uh, someone was sitting up like on the back of the backseat, like waving to people. Does anyone remember that?
[00:26:20] Erin: Oh, with their legs between,
[00:26:24] Jeremiah: no, I just remember a p a video of someone sitting up on like the back of the back seat.
[00:26:30] Erin: Like towards the, yeah, like on the trunk with their legs down in between them.
[00:26:35] Jeremiah: But I don’t know. I don’t think I remember that, but I definitely don’t remember six people being in the
[00:26:43] Erin: vehicle.
I’m just saying back then I. Along with the car manufacturer. Ties for me is like, I love, like, history of cars and stuff, and I mm-hmm. I don’t see them specialize making them this for this parade, you know what I mean?
[00:27:01] Dawn: Well, this was a presidential car and they do make them bulletproof, and they’re supposed to make ’em long.
That’s true. So they can like a limo length.
[00:27:16] Jeremiah: And I’m not advocating anything, so don’t come after me F B I or CIA or whatever, but like, oh,
[00:27:21] Jeremy: too late. It’s too late, man. You’re looking
[00:27:22] Jeremiah: into this shit. Is any, is anyone else surprised that we haven’t had like, an assassinated president? Like between then and now?
[00:27:32] Jeremy: Yeah, if Obama or Biden again assassinated by now, it’s pretty, it’s pretty like clear. No one wants to go through that.
[00:27:40] Jeremiah: Like, I’m just surprised that it hasn’t happened cuz there’s been a lot of, of like polarizing figures
[00:27:45] Jeremy: that come off this. Even Trump, like even Trump if he didn’t get assassinated and not saying something, I mean, I love the man and I will vote for him again 2024.
But he, he, I’m surprised he hasn’t gotten, at least I’m gonna take a shot at me
[00:27:57] Jeremiah: yet. Just cuz of like all the craziness. But that was just my random thought of the day. Too many
[00:28:05] Erin: eyes is my comment.
[00:28:08] Jeremy: Mm-hmm. Boy, the media now and so many cameras on phones, no one will get away with it. Ever.
[00:28:14] Jeremiah: Ever. So like, here’s a little story.
Um, my dad worked in this organization and, um, Joe Biden had just become p. Or was he vice president? One of the two. And, um, he was coming to talk with the head of the thing he was working with. I don’t wanna give up too much details, but, um, they literally came like a week before and like scouted the whole place out and like went through it with like metal detectors and like checked on everything and before he even came to the building.
[00:28:53] Erin: Gotta be safe than sorry. Oh
[00:28:57] Jeremiah: yeah,
[00:28:58] Erin: I would do it
[00:28:59] Jeremiah: too. So, yeah, I think nowadays they’re more up on that kind of stuff. All right. Next one? Mm-hmm. Ooh. I like her
[00:29:09] Jeremy: Judge Judy, my grandma’s favorite judge.
[00:29:14] Jeremiah: A lot of people think that she used the gavel, but she never used the gavel.
[00:29:21] Jeremy: I, I can see both though. I can see versions of both.
Like I feel like she used it in the older days, but then they stop, stop using it just for, I don’t know, maybe they want to change the way they do shit.
[00:29:31] Jeremiah: Supposedly she never used the gavel. It’s always just been her hand.
[00:29:37] Jeremy: I mean, even, which I can,
[00:29:40] Erin: aren’t judges supposed to use that as a sign of like the gravity of
[00:29:46] Jeremiah: it, like
[00:29:47] Jeremy: sentences through.
But is she, is she a real judge? That’s the question. Well, yes,
[00:29:51] Erin: definitely. Yeah, absolutely.
[00:29:53] Dawn: And they have their, and they have their gavels to try to gain order back in their court trying to, you know, smack, smack. I feel like everyone, but why would they make her smack her hand?
[00:30:08] Erin: I, I mean, I feel like maybe in like promo pictures or like, you know, ads, like the ones that were, the picture were looking at, but like, Mm-hmm.
Because she’s so respected. Maybe she didn’t need to use it
[00:30:24] Jeremiah: personally. I personally just remember her always banging her hand on the top of the thing.
[00:30:30] Erin: Like, did she have one sitting there? Now I don’t. Yeah, I gotta go look that up because that’s interesting. I don’t really know too much
[00:30:36] Jeremiah: about it. But I also remember like, um, judge Milian used to use the gavel Who, and uh, probably other people too, like Judge Mathis don’t.
[00:30:48] Jeremy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I’m pretty sure Judge Steve Harvey doesn’t.
[00:30:52] Jeremiah: And um, my favorite, my favorite was always, uh, either Judge Milian or uh, judge Mathis, cuz he’s like, yeah, I sold drugs, I shot people, but now I’m a judge.
[00:31:09] Jeremy: Those are the best judges though. Cause they know how the streets work. Mm-hmm. Go
[00:31:12] Jeremiah: through it.
Exactly. He calls people out on their crap. I wonder how much of those court shows are like dramatized though. Like if they’re actually real cases or not? They
[00:31:24] Erin: are actually some people that do it.
[00:31:28] Jeremy: Mm-hmm. Oh, they’re, they make you go, they make, they make you go dramatic as hell. I mean, most of that can be done with a, um, what do you call ’em?
Uh, not interpreter, but that person who sits there and like helps you negotiate shit.
[00:31:44] Jeremiah: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
[00:31:45] Jeremy: Media. Media. Oh yeah. Most of us can be done with a mediator or in a conference room. They don’t need to be in court for that shit.
[00:31:52] Jeremiah: But it’s entertainment
[00:31:56] Jeremy: to some,
[00:31:58] Erin: I like the aspect of dying. I like, yeah.
I think, um, you know, if you have to unfortunately go to court, that you would have like some kind of basis of how things work. It’s interesting. True, true.
[00:32:12] Jeremiah: I’m gonna chalk this one up as just people thinking that a judge is supposed to use one, but I think she’s always used her hand.
[00:32:21] Jeremy: You know, I can kind of see that now.
Actually, I, I’m like, I, I can see her slap in the, I can see her slap in the bench. Like I can see her doing that. Well, like
[00:32:30] Dawn: one of those judge shows they do. So I just felt like she did,
[00:32:37] Erin: I know, I’m trying to think of what the judge’s name, but I remember doing that. Yeah,
[00:32:43] Jeremiah: there were so many judge shows.
[00:32:46] Jeremy: now. Never
[00:32:47] Jeremiah: was. Yes. There are so many judge shows. And then it used to be like, there were so many talk shows like Ricky Lake and, mm-hmm. Jerry? It’s
[00:32:59] Jeremy: Bailey, Jesse. Hey. I learned so much about the future world watching Jerry Springer in high school.
[00:33:06] Dawn: Overall though. Donahue, not
[00:33:09] Jeremy: Donahue.
Howard. Howard. Stern even. Sorry.
[00:33:14] Erin: Arsenio.
[00:33:15] Dawn: Mm-hmm.
[00:33:18] Jeremy: Well, Arsen Arsenio wasn’t a real, Arsenio wasn’t a reality show like that though. Arsenio was like
[00:33:23] Erin: a talk show. Yeah, we were talking about talk shows.
[00:33:25] Dawn: He was a talk show, but he was a late night.
[00:33:29] Jeremiah: My favorite was that guy that looked kind of like Tupac. Uh, can’t think of his name.
Aedo? No. He had a talk show and he usually like, no. Yeah,
[00:33:41] Erin: it was Amont Dunno, just, I dunno to talk in my head. So just throw it out. There
[00:33:49] Jeremiah: was Atel Williams, I think.
[00:33:51] Erin: Yes. Oh my gosh. Looking like two,
[00:33:53] Jeremy: this guy. Okay. You mean, you mean, you mean Mr. Montel Williams? This is how we do it. Yeah,
[00:34:00] Erin: that is,
[00:34:01] Dawn: no, not that. No, I thought
[00:34:05] Jeremiah: St.
[00:34:06] Dawn: whoever he was not the, this is how we do it.
[00:34:11] Jeremiah: No, this guy, the talk show and he usually had like weird cases on there, like, oh, he was like, I’ve been locked in a closet 30 years and I ate drywall or whatever. I
[00:34:20] Dawn: randomly remembered that guy’s talk show just a about a month ago and I was like, oh, I remember this episode I watched.
So I put it in the, you know, put it in my little TV and I was like, lemme see if I can find a documentary about this. And I did. And I found something. I was like, huh, someone from episodes might stick in your head and you’ll find a documentary.
[00:34:43] Erin: Oh know, I mean, okay. I got, I gotta ask Jeremiah about the what’s on the screen right now.
[00:34:48] Jeremy: Yeah, seriously. What’s going on here? I can’t see it, so
[00:34:51] Jeremiah: I’m kind of curious. Okay, so we’ll move on to the next one. So this is Lord of the Rings. And there’s a part where they’re in a underground of. Like,
[00:35:05] Jeremy: oh, the spider cave or whatever the, the spider cave.
[00:35:08] Jeremiah: And they’re running away and there’s like a gap in the chasm or whatever, and uh, or things are falling apart or whatever.
And gandolph, uh, a lot of people remember ’em saying, run you fools, but he actually said, fly you fools.
[00:35:28] Jeremy: No, he, he did say, fly you fools. I’ve seen that movie enough times to know it. He said, fly you fools. It says that in the original book too. I’m pretty sure.
[00:35:35] Jeremiah: I, I, this one, I’m not positive. I love Lord of the Rings and watch it, but I never like paid attention that much to like, oh, I
[00:35:42] Jeremy: worshiped it for a long time until I got into Star Wars.
[00:35:45] Jeremiah: I remember. Um, I mean, run You fool sounds like that’s what he would say, but they were trying to get across that gap in the cavern or whatever. So Fly you fools. Makes more sense.
[00:35:58] Jeremy: That’s not the spider. Kay. That’s, um, Moira’s Tunnel. It’s the dwarf, it’s the old dwarf tunnel and all the dwarfs saying it died cuz of the um Oh yeah, yeah, yeah.
Ogre. The troll cuz of the mountain troll.
[00:36:13] Jeremiah: So yeah, there is a lot of people that say that. He never said fly you fools. But I don’t know, I, I think the fly you falls makes sense in that scenario.
[00:36:25] Jeremy: I’ve heard run you fools though as well. So I think it depends what version of the DVD you get.
[00:36:30] Jeremiah: I feel like I’ve heard maybe, or maybe there’s different scenes.
[00:36:33] Erin: I feel like I heard run. That’s why I was like, wait,
[00:36:36] Dawn: seen them, never seen them.
[00:36:42] Erin: It’s been a long
[00:36:42] Jeremy: time for me. Some of the, you are missing some of the greatest nine hours of movies ever.
[00:36:48] Jeremiah: Oh my gosh. I can’t believe I
[00:36:52] Jeremy: Do you like fantasy at all?
[00:36:55] Dawn: I mean I love like Game of Thrones and
[00:36:58] Jeremy: if you look Game of Thrones and you’ll love Laura the rings.
[00:37:02] Jeremiah: Lord of the Rings is, it’s pretty epic.
Epic. A legit goat. It’s
[00:37:06] Jeremy: better than Game of Thrones by a hundred fold.
[00:37:10] Jeremiah: The first three movies,
[00:37:11] Jeremy: I dunno about that. But it has more species. It has talking trees that walk for God’s sake. Like some people say still exist.
[00:37:19] Jeremiah: That’s one of my favorite scenes in all the, all the movies was the tree folk attacking that was the best.
[00:37:26] Jeremy: that, that’s, that scene’s incredible. I mean, that’s just such a, that’s such a commentary on nature taking back the world.
[00:37:34] Erin: I’m here
[00:37:34] Jeremiah: for it. So, yeah, this one, I think it’s possible that Gandolph said, run you fools at a different point and just people think that’s what he said in this scene.
[00:37:45] Jeremy: no, there’s, there’s no, there’s no other point where he said that, but I can guarantee you that I’ve seen them enough times, but Okay. But I mean, he, I think it’s a, like a director’s cut where he might actually said, fly you fools. Cause that’s what’s in the book. Well, I think he said Run you fools in the original cut of the movie.
That makes sense
[00:38:03] Jeremiah: to me. That makes, that makes sense.
[00:38:07] Jeremy: I could be completely off, but I’m just saying, oh, now you’re getting into my world.
[00:38:11] Jeremiah: And, uh, sticking with the movies, the whole, uh, star Wars. Luke, I Am Your father was not what he said. He said, no, I am your father. What
[00:38:24] Jeremy: And no, this, I will tell you from someone who knows Star Wars better than anybody in the fucking universe.
This was one of George Lucas’s, director Cutson Earl in the late nineties, early two thousands where he changed it cuz it was originally Luke, I am your father. Like, that’s why all the movies and all the TV shows back then had like the f the nerds in the show or movies saying, I am your father. C like.
I know in the newer ones, in the cuts where they cut out like all where you can see, where you can’t see all the strings and the X-Wing Z anymore and stuff like, they actually do say, no, I am your father. I’ve seen enough of them. I’ve seen all of the originals and all the, and it’s multiple, multiple, multiple
[00:39:04] Erin: times.
So now I know why I was gonna wear my v shirt today, but I didn’t, I kept getting pulled to it. I remem I, Luke, I am your father. Like, that’s like so epic. Like everybody knows that, but it’s iconic. Yeah, exactly. No, I am your father. That doesn’t, they, they, that doesn’t hold The weights match when you say somebody’s name that holds the weights.
Like that was a big, weighty statement. You know, I, I just, what? No, I am You’re f that. Just mm-hmm. What it, like I said, what is this reality we are in?
[00:39:43] Jeremy: No, they changed it after Hayden Christensen took over as Attic and Skywalker. And they did it more to match his personality cuz his personality would say, no, I am your father.
Well, but they’re saying
[00:39:58] Erin: it didn’t happen though. They’re saying
[00:39:59] Jeremiah: it never happened. That was in your previous reality, sir. It’s
[00:40:03] Jeremy: not reality, it’s just freaking, it’s, it’s George Lucas trying to make more money. It’s all it is. But I mean, cause it matches his personality more. Cause then you don’t know who Dar Vader is in the originals before the prequels came out.
You don’t know who the hell he is. He’s just some mysterious guy in a suit. That’s scary. But once you get to know the real him and plus, no I am your father. Sounds like me. Him trying to improve the dialogue a little better. Cuz the line before that is you killed my father and like him saying, no, I am your father.
It is just so much more epic than him saying, Luke, I am your father.
[00:40:44] Jeremiah: And my reality, it was always Luke, I am your father. Same.
[00:40:50] Dawn: I remember, Luke, I am your father in my reality, in my childhood.
[00:40:57] Jeremiah: And that’s a, that’s another one where it’s like, why would so many people quote that? And it’s an iconic so many Luke.
So I don’t, so many, and I never remember anyone saying, no, I am your father.
[00:41:11] Dawn: No, it wouldn’t be like you said, in every
[00:41:16] Erin: movie like that.
[00:41:17] Jeremy: I, I mean, it’s, it, it lines up more what you would say in, uh, if you’re kicking someone’s ass or if you’re in the bedroom, you would say, no, I am
[00:41:25] Jeremiah: your daddy.
[00:41:29] Erin: Silly.
[00:41:33] Jeremiah: All right, next one is another movie. We’ll stick with movies. Um, matrix. Morpheus saying, what if I told you he actually never said that at all in any of the Matrix movies. What
[00:41:50] Jeremy: he he? He didn’t though. He just said like, the world you’re living in is a false world. Or something along those lines. Like he never said, what if I told you like he just said he broke
[00:41:59] Erin: right now.
No, I remember. What if I told you now? I’m like, you just said that. I’m like, ding. What?
[00:42:05] Jeremiah: I always remember him saying. Saying, what if I told you that
[00:42:07] Dawn: this is all I’m thinking. Cause I just remember, what if I told you?
[00:42:13] Jeremiah: I remember ’em saying like, what if I told you this is all just a figment of your imagination.
[00:42:18] Erin: It helped us to think about it. You know, they took it out cuz we didn’t want us to think about it. Just say it.
[00:42:24] Jeremy: Government. Government. If you’re listening, Ooh. Don’t I have still wait for Morpheus to come through to, I’m still waiting for Morpheus to come through and give me my pill. What you’re saying,
[00:42:36] Jeremiah: so like my wife and I talked about like. The way we’re shifting everything to online and, um, like getting rid of all the physical stuff. It’s like, it would be so easy if everything is eventually online, that they can just change whatever they want and you’ll never
[00:42:55] Jeremy: know. That’s not easier. That’s horrible. Fucking horrible. You’re gonna change classic stuff ever
[00:43:00] Erin: since I saw the movie, it’s horrible. But we’ve been moving in that direction.
[00:43:06] Jeremy: Right. There’s no
[00:43:07] Jeremiah: words in that movie though, so,
[00:43:09] Erin: or Idiocracy, it makes you think that’s, I’m just saying that whole concept of that movie, like, we’re gonna be like just sitting in our own little pods, you know, everything handed to
[00:43:21] Jeremy: us.
Mm-hmm. It’s, it’s, it’s hand. It’s heading more, more towards Ray Player one than.
[00:43:29] Jeremiah: Ready Player One.
[00:43:30] Jeremy: Yep. It, it’s heading more towards that, where everybody’s singing in their home, just hooked a virtual reality all day rather than, and they, and they, and they literally lived with Trailers Stack on top
[00:43:38] Dawn: of each other house on their virtual reality walk.
[00:43:41] Erin: was a movie where, oh, one movie, nevermind. I’m not gonna know what it is. Whereas they like crashed into it and there was like, the apartments were like that, like everybody was hooked up like that. It was crazy. There was
[00:43:53] Jeremiah: a movie with old, there was a movie, uh, surrogates, which is Oh, I’ve seen that with Bruce Willis.
Yeah, I’ve seen that. Where they were plugged into pods and living out their life in a virtual reality. I’m not
[00:44:09] Jeremy: saying I’m against that, but still
[00:44:11] Jeremiah: I am. It’s kind of.
[00:44:15] Dawn: I mean, I’m just saying, if you wanna float me in a spaceship and float me around that, it’s like,
[00:44:21] Erin: you know,
[00:44:23] Dawn: let’s go. I’m down.
[00:44:25] Jeremy: I mean, if, if they want to gimme an IV that’s half full of campus, half full of alcohol, then let’s go.
But I’ll enjoy my time in the
[00:44:33] Jeremiah: virtual world. What if we die and we wake up on a spaceship that’s on a long flight through space? Yes. And this was all just you trying to do hibernation or whatever?
[00:44:47] Jeremy: Hmm. Well, according to my, according to my guests, that, um, gets abducted by aliens and, uh, fights in their armies, that’s already a possibility.
[00:45:00] Erin: that again? What,
[00:45:01] Jeremy: what? I had a guest named Russ Kelly. You may have seen him on Facebook, Jeremiah, but he was abducted, he’s abducted by Alien since he was a teenager. And he’s forced to fight in the alien army a lot like, kind of like, kind of like avatar almost, but like a Ryan Wars, like he, uh, I don’t know what that is, but it’s kind of like avatar.
But he gets to keep his original body. I believe I, it’s been a while since we recorded, so I can’t remember everything he said, but he basically fights in alien armies whenever he gets abducted and then they bring him back. So he, that, that, that reality where we’re all plugged into an alien ship and when we dive, you go back to the ship.
That’s not far from reality possibly. Well,
[00:45:41] Erin: I feel we are all multi-dimensional beings and we’re all, Hmm. Having aspects in other realities right now, like right now we’re also having our life somewhere else, like an aspect of us because the, it highly possible. I mean, I don’t know. I love talking to this.
[00:46:03] Jeremiah: What if your dreams are like glimpses into your other, uh mm-hmm.
[00:46:07] Erin: Parallels. What if you’re actually awake when you’re dreaming? And this is you’re sleeping
[00:46:11] Jeremy: who? Exactly. And I mean,
[00:46:14] Erin: I don’t dream like dreaming right now. That’s the scary part. That’s when dream within a dream. Right now I I don’t
[00:46:22] Dawn: have a whole lot of dreams.
Same. I mean either. And then some of ’em are so vivid. Exactly.
[00:46:28] Erin: And I’m looking had I’ve, what the hell was that
[00:46:31] Jeremy: about? Well, put it this way. I’ve predicted my dreams are reality. My dreams are re I have too premonitions happen. But I mean, it’s never anything I, porn
[00:46:41] Erin: water, I’ve reach, things happen to me.
I’ve predicted my daughter’s traumatic delivery. I’ve predicted my best from blowing his head off. I mean, I’ve seen many things. Ooh, most having to deal with death and you know, the line of that. And it’s, yeah, it’s very hard. Interesting. Very,
[00:46:58] Jeremiah: very. It’s interesting. I’ve. You’re
[00:47:02] Erin: a seer. Yeah, I’ve been, I’ve been opening up my abilities since my mom passed at the end of 2020.
Um, and my mom did. My grandma’s just passed last month and I’ve been, it’s been, yeah, lots of things been going on. Lots of activity. Ramping up your parents, like, my house is so much activity. I’ve like spirits grabbing at me and things flying, and it’s things going missing and then winding up in front of me.
It’s, it’s fun.
[00:47:36] Jeremy: Let me just say, Aaron, I would love to have you on my show then, if to have you on to talk about those a hundred percent because that, that’s, that’s an interesting episode right there if you’re down for it. But Yeah,
[00:47:47] Erin: I get, yeah, my heart’s like, I, I just start like I’m, I’m excited to be talking with you guys because I’ve been holding a lot of things back and I’m so just excited to be talking.
[00:48:03] Jeremiah: well glad that you’re here. Me too.
[00:48:07] Erin: Thank you for inviting
[00:48:07] Jeremiah: me. So onward Tito onward and forward. Here’s another big one. Um, the old mirror mirror on the wall. Uh, she never actually says that. She says Magic mirror on the wall. Hmm. And that’s, there is a large, large proportion of people. I remember her saying Mirror, mirror on the wall.
Who’s the Ferris of them? Hall?
[00:48:33] Jeremy: No, she actually did say Magic Mirror in the original. It’s every, it’s all the songwriters and everybody else that changed different songs afterwards. I mean, sticks did it. A lot of other bands did it, but it’s, it’s always was Magic Mirror on the wall. Am I the fairest of the mall?
And then the mirror says, hell no, you ugly bitch.
[00:48:59] Jeremiah: This was a what? Snow? White, right?
[00:49:02] Erin: I’m know sitting here thinking I’m fine. I’m like, what? I, cause I’m, I’ve watched this so many times, not recently,
[00:49:11] Dawn: a million times and I memorized it. Now I’m just like baffled.
[00:49:17] Jeremiah: I remember mirror, mirror on the wall, but I’m totally open to that. It might’ve been magic mirror on the wall.
[00:49:23] Erin: don’t know. Me saying, me too. I’m, I’m like, I mirror, mirror on the wall. Like
[00:49:30] Jeremiah: if, but if I had to guess, uh, on like a test, I would’ve put mirror or mirror on there.
[00:49:36] Erin: Oh, this is, Hmm.
[00:49:39] Jeremy: Well, no, cause how else in the story was she gonna tell everybody else in the magic? The mirror’s Magic.
[00:49:43] Erin: Think about it.
Well, she’s talking to a mirror and it’s talking back. She’s kinda like an assumption. Right?
[00:49:50] Jeremy: She couldn’t be schizophrenic or uh, some other disease, who knows.
[00:49:54] Dawn: But as kids, we don’t think about it being magic anyways when it’s just talking. And unless you tell us it’s magic. Cause it’s a magic talking mirror.
[00:50:06] Jeremy: But then again, it’s in Walt Disney, he just a son of a bitch or he can
[00:50:10] Erin: change everything. This always has those Rachel Elizabeth that makes uh, the tree necklaces. She’s wonderful. But she was asking me about this earlier and I’m like, I’ve been thinking about it and I just, I remember two mirrors. Mirror.
Mirror. But it could be magic mirror. I mean I do, I’ve seen this like recently too.
[00:50:30] Dawn: Ugh. Well see, I’m trying to remember till the
[00:50:34] Erin: childhood, right, I’m thinking about when I was little removed.
[00:50:38] Dawn: Anything. I still feel like when I was a kid, I probablys a mirror. Mirror on the wall. I mean, because
[00:50:46] Erin: that makes more sense because then I would’ve been wanting a magic mirror.
A magic mirror, not just just a mirror mirror. Something like that.
[00:50:52] Jeremiah: I mean, and honestly, this was not one of my favorite Disney movies, so Oh, it, oh,
[00:50:58] Erin: you’re, I, I
[00:50:59] Jeremy: mean, as a kid it was, but mm-hmm. When, when I, when I turned to a teenager and I saw it for the basic porno setup, it is, I just couldn’t love it anymore.
I mean, seven dwarfs living with one woman. That’s a porno if I’d ever seen it.
[00:51:19] Jeremiah: All right, next one. Who did I skip? One? No. Okay. What’s the, I don’t know. So this is a multi-part one, and I’m from, well, a lot of you probably are from the same time as Me Too, where we had the big maps in school. On the board. Um, so this is a two-parter. The, um, one is Australia being so close to New Guinea and Indonesia, a lot of people remember it being far out to sea like by itself, which I remember.
But it’s actually close to Indonesia on the map now. Um, and Papua New Guinea, well, I mean also New Zealand. It’s the second part. Uh, it’s on the, uh, what is that Southeast side. But a lot of people remember New Zealand being up here in the, uh, what is it, Northeast side of Australia?
[00:52:22] Erin: What’s that thing circled?
[00:52:25] Jeremy: I’m sure that’s, that’s, that’s what he is saying. Like that piece of land got taken outta maps eventually and that Australia been
[00:52:31] Jeremiah: around it, the proximity of, uh, so.
[00:52:34] Dawn: I’ll share my, my thought on this is everybody knows how the continents work together as a big, large pania, mass Pania where they broke off.
So these are basically just large islands. Even like New Guinea is a smaller, large island, you might as well say. And it wouldn’t make it not uncommon to move with underwater, um, earthquakes and other things that would force these masses to move so close. I mean, we’ve had tsunamis in the water that would push islands or take ’em underwater or bring ’em outta water.
I mean, so I don’t remember it ever being on a map, but I mean, it could be just moving closer throughout the years. That’s my conclusion.
[00:53:31] Jeremy: I mean, I never st It’s possible. I never. I’m not a cartographer. I know Stein maps to any degree, especially that part of the world. But Teo plate shift on a regular basis and the world’s constantly moving around.
But also, what would the flat Earthers say about this as non-intelligent as they are? What would they say
[00:53:51] Erin: this? I feel like, I don’t know, maybe the maps we were seeing were false because they didn’t actually know what it looked like because they weren’t flying. No, that’s possible. And like seeing everything and maybe once we became, you know, in space and wherever we could see what it actually looks like and it’s closer and that’s just how it is because we didn’t know any better.
That’s my input. I feel like when I was a kid,
[00:54:17] Jeremy: I feel like when I feel, yeah, because I feel like when I was a kid in the nineties though, they had satellites. They knew what the earth looked like.
[00:54:25] Dawn: But when they were making maps, when they were going in the seas, so you gotta think of all these, um, captains that were making the maps of the lands.
And so the original maps, the land masses would’ve been in different places. They couldn’t go up in space and see it. So yeah, I agree with the concept of the maps were this way before and are a certain way now because the satellite digital mapping versus handmade memory maps from sailors. That’s
[00:55:03] Jeremy: my, well, I mean it all, it all depends.
When this map was made that you got Jeremiah. Ooh, true.
[00:55:09] Erin: Well, the ones that we used to see were probably, I just know when I was in, was when I like, you know, that was my perception.
[00:55:14] Jeremiah: I just know when I was in school and sold a big map, Australia was kind of like all by itself in the bottom
[00:55:20] Erin: there. Can I add something about locations and like maps and stuff?
Because like I, the other day I saw a picture of California and I went there when I was like 10. And I swear Los Angeles was higher up and San Francisco is down south. I don’t know why, but nah, I don’t remember. Okay. I’m, I just wanted to ask that because when I looked at, I’m like, I don’t remember Los Angeles.
I thought it was more in the middle cuz when I looked at the map I was like, oh, I’m gonna fly across. Cause I was living in New Jersey and I don’t remember being that far south.
[00:55:55] Jeremy: But I mean, I mean, I don’t know about that either. But maps are con, map maps are constantly changing though because the plant’s constantly
[00:56:03] Erin: moving.
Yeah, that’s so interesting too, to think about. Okay, next.
[00:56:08] Jeremy: Okay. It’s also about what the, what the government wants you to
[00:56:11] Jeremiah: believe. All right, so next we have Oreos, the double stuff, and mm-hmm. A lot of people say that it was with two F’s in stuff, but it’s actually just one F in stuff. Double stuff. Oreos. I always thought it was two.
I thought it was two. Also, I always thought the one F doesn’t look right.
[00:56:38] Dawn: I mean, I don’t, I don’t like Oreos. I don’t buy ’em, but it just, to me it sounds like it is. So,
[00:56:44] Erin: I know currently it does have one F because my son loves them and I’m trying to get them a away from them. Um, but why, why would you have one F that doesn’t, yeah, I don’t have that, so I dunno.
What do you think Jeremy?
[00:57:01] Dawn: It’s a crazy one to
[00:57:02] Erin: me. I mean, you said you were, it’s the food right in the story, right?
[00:57:08] Jeremy: Do you remember this? I, uh, wait, am I muted? No. Okay. I, I literally just bought Oreos today. I bought the mega, I bought the mega stuffed for my, uh, daughter today. And I, we actually just did a Oreo thing on Bracket Bastards last week too, where we were going through like flavors that kids in, uh, high school like picked out, but for anybody wondering chunky monkey one, but, but I mean, it has to be two Fs.
Why the, how would they put one F? That doesn’t make sense.
[00:57:39] Jeremiah: I know. It’s in this reality. It’s one F and I went back in my old reality. Where is our reality
[00:57:47] Erin: at?
[00:57:50] Jeremiah: What planet am I living on? No, it’s
[00:57:53] Jeremy: it’s the same planet. It’s one of our alien, it’s one of our extraterrestrial overlords. Want it to be.
[00:57:58] Erin: You’re like, you know.
Ugh. That’s crazy. Like, looking around. Oh my gosh. Can I see something different? Can I
[00:58:10] Jeremy: watch the video I just did on Thursday with a guy I interviewed? This world is nothing like what seems, and I kind of believe him. Yeah,
[00:58:20] Jeremiah: I’ll have to watch that.
[00:58:24] Jeremy: It’s all right. Next. It, it’s, it’s labeled as with, um, ah, I can’t remember the art, the author’s name, but it’s actually with the publisher of the book.
But it’s a damn interesting story about reptilians and other structural species fighting for Earth since the beginning of time. Mr. Roger,
[00:58:44] Dawn: I would like to watch it. I love that stuff.
[00:58:47] Jeremy: I’ll share a link in our, uh, chat. I’ll define, yes, I’ll define it, but I’ll I’ll share a link.
[00:58:52] Jeremiah: Yeah, do that Mr. Rogers. So we got Mr.
Rogers, the old classic Mr. Rogers friendly guy. Travis singing in my head. Won’t you be my neighbor? But, um, the song, a lot of people think it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Yeah, that’s what it is. But that’s not what he said. That’s what he said. He said, it’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood. He
[00:59:19] Dawn: does say that line
[00:59:21] Jeremy: he says In my, my neighborhood.
So hear me out. Oh no. He says the, he says the
[00:59:27] Jeremiah: Here hear me out.That’s what we think. But not in this reality.
[00:59:31] Dawn: Okay. So hear me out. This is why I think this is correct, because he does say, cuz he says the line twice, but he says the wording, I think different. Mm-hmm. So like, and. One line where he says it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, and then the next day he might say, it’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood.
[00:59:54] Erin: So like you said it once with the, the He never said it. Maybe. And then the second one
[00:59:59] Dawn: due to this once with
[01:00:00] Jeremiah: the this, not in this
[01:00:02] Jeremy: reality. Oh, I, I don’t know. I, I, Richard Rogers was before my time Really? And I, I, I mainly know about him from watching the Tom Hanks movie,
[01:00:12] Jeremiah: but I used to watch this all the time.
I’m not even kidding. No,
[01:00:17] Erin: I just had it on yesterday, grandma.
[01:00:21] Jeremiah: I would always, I even tell us,
[01:00:22] Erin: I don’t
[01:00:24] Jeremiah: tripping out. I would always watch it at my grandma’s. And I remember always waiting for him to go into that, like train puppet world and all that stuff. Um, yeah. And he always said in this, in, in the neighborhood, not this,
[01:00:42] Dawn: he does sing.
In the neighborhood in my head. That’s what I’m saying too. Exactly. But I felt like it would say this only because like you said, the little make believe town and stuff that he always goes and visits with the scary little clown puppet people and that scary looking woman witch thing. And,
[01:01:07] Jeremiah: and, um, but yeah.
[01:01:10] Erin: they have Daniel Tiger now is based off of that. They have new cartoon and I don’t know if you know in my reality, oh, there’s a new cartoon called Daniel Tiger and it’s a, it’s, that’s his tiger. And it’s a cartoon now and it’s their whole world with Miss Elena and Al and all of them. Oh my. It’s so cute.
Oh my, I, I know nothing about, I love kid stuff. I’m sorry.
[01:01:37] Jeremiah: I just like a little, I just remember him. Go into that puppet world and then it’s the puppet world feeding his goldfish. But as a cartoon, he’d feed his goldfish and I think he had a stoplight in
[01:01:49] Erin: his house. Mm-hmm. Yep. For some reason. Yep, yep.
Gold thing. Yeah, he did. And um, I, I remember the,
[01:01:56] Jeremiah: yeah, I remember the as well. It’s
[01:01:58] Jeremy: funny cuz he, the goldfish, like there’s a thing online now where like he, he, there was a blind girl who was worried that he wasn’t feeding his fish. So he actually would verbalize as he is feeding his fish every episode so she would know he’s feeding them.
[01:02:11] Jeremiah: Oh wow. Ah, that’s sweet.
[01:02:15] Jeremy: That’s great. I’ve seen, I’ve seen it on Facebook for like the last couple years now. It’s going around. It’s been going around.
[01:02:21] Jeremiah: I like that. All right. Next is Sketchers the shoe brand. A lot of people remember it with a tea. C h e r s, but it’s actually no t in this reality. It’s just s k e c h e r s.
[01:02:43] Jeremy: I feel like it had a t back in the nineties and then it changed like a couple
[01:02:47] Jeremiah: years ago. Nope, not in this reality, but I do remember it having a t when I was younger.
[01:02:54] Jeremy: I, I th I have a theory that nine 11 changed our reality. Like it warped us to another reality when it happened.
[01:03:01] Jeremiah: I think it did. Yeah, I think nine 11 and then, uh, started guy too, I think nine 11 and then CERN 2012 I think.
[01:03:12] Jeremy: Oh,
[01:03:13] Dawn: ohern. I cut off so much re it’s so many different chains of reaction and it hasn’t stopped.
[01:03:25] Jeremiah: And there’s one that I always say, but people think I’m nuts is like, Well, not everyone thinks I’m nuts, but I remember vividly the sun being like a orangeish yellow color, but now it’s bright white.
[01:03:41] Jeremy: Well, that’s just the sun dying slowly and it’s gonna explode in like 30, 40 years.
I don’t, I don’t, it’s been proven. It’s been proven. It’s, it’s a star. dying. They become white. Don’t
[01:03:52] Dawn: say 30, 40 years. I mean,
[01:03:54] Erin: we are losing our fresh air. I’ll
[01:03:56] Jeremy: be not, I’m being optimistic when I look at, I’m being optimistic, say in 30, 40 years
[01:03:59] Erin: when I look at mountain ranges, I actually, like, I see it flooded with water.
Like that’s what the bo like mountain ranges are like, what the bottom of the ocean looks like, in my opinion. Okay. It’s, it’s so cool. As far as, as far as I feel like
[01:04:14] Dawn: wait, mid, in the mid Midwest, Midwest, we need
[01:04:17] Erin: to Atlantic reverse all the things like we, we need to save the water. Like obviously, but like, like trees, water, plants, and animals are like the most things that we need to really focus on, and they’re not focusing on those things and it’s so sad.
[01:04:30] Jeremiah: Oh, I just recently interviewed Michael Krak, a, a archeologist, researcher, whatever. But yeah, excited to hear that, that we are in, I think we are in the end of this cycle of time, and I think that there’s gonna be a major cataclysm that wipes every, pretty much everything out. Yes. And we’re, it’s gonna reboot, like it’s done in the
[01:04:56] Erin: past.
I started thinking like dinosaurs and stuff, so weird. But like, I started thinking about how the ice age, like after it thaws out, like that’s what brings the fresh water back to the planet.
[01:05:08] Jeremiah: It’s so
[01:05:08] Jeremy: interesting an ice. But would we survive a nice age? That’s a question. Would humanity survive a nice age?
[01:05:15] Jeremiah: Not, oh, no. Well, just a few
[01:05:16] Erin: people probably. Like the, the thought, the frozen ones,
[01:05:20] Jeremiah: right? Like most people will die, but. But yeah,
[01:05:27] Erin: I cryogenics now and all kinds of things to save
[01:05:32] Jeremiah: the people in those bunkers underneath, uh, Denver airports. Oh, not, not
[01:05:36] Jeremy: even that. The Oh, that’s the reptilians. That’s not people.
Oh. But, um, Denver airport. YBut I mean, that’s, oh, the people who are not in the coast would survive. The people on the coast would all perish immediately. The floods. Oh, yeah. Yep. And I mean, but there are, like, I’m, I’m an hour and a half away from the closest beach, so I think I’m safe. But
[01:06:00] Jeremiah: there are like scientists that actually say we’re headed towards ice age, not like a heating up
[01:06:06] Erin: situation.
Oh, I didn’t even know that. I just, these are things that I seen since I was little.
[01:06:10] Jeremiah: Oh my God. But supposedly it heats up a little bit before the like freeze
[01:06:14] Jeremy: comes. Mm-hmm. A global warming occurs before the next ice age. That’s why
[01:06:18] Erin: so crazy. I used, I tell my mom all this stuff and she would just like, She tell me I’m crazy, like I was medicated.
Cause she’s like, uh, and told me a hippie chick and all kinds of things. And she’s like, oh, you know, no. Now I’m like, now I’m like, oh my gosh. I’m, oh, these things are happening and it’s scary.
[01:06:40] Jeremy: Hey Jeremiah, question how many more, how many more of these you got?
[01:06:44] Jeremiah: Um, just a couple more.
[01:06:46] Erin: So I wear Sketchers. I just wanted to say I remember the tea and I, and now I, I do see it that there’s no a tea.
Do remember a t I had the big chunky, chunky, um, black shoes. I don’t remember what they’re called, but
[01:07:00] Jeremiah: yeah. I’ll skip this. I’ll skip this next one cuz it’s not, um, like super, I. Alright, here’s another big effect that people lose their mind. Mm-hmm. Stovetop Stove Top stuffing. Oh, a lot of people, including myself.
Remember it being sters spray. It is sters, but it’s actually crack.
[01:07:22] Erin: No it’s not. No. Wait, I’m about to go. I think I have the box. Should I go?
[01:07:27] Dawn: I have some and I do always remember it being
[01:07:31] Jeremiah: craft. I remember it being sters. I always don’t remember cause my grandma was like the Sters, like spokesperson or, well, in her brain
[01:07:40] Dawn: she might have been talking about the macaroni and cheese.
[01:07:43] Jeremiah: Oh, they’re Mac and cheese is so good. The, I only think it lasagna. They have las, yeah, they have lasagna too. That’s so funny. But yeah, a lot of people say that they remember Stur Stove Top and I’m one of those people. Me too. But nope, it’s never, never existed. It’s always been craft.
[01:08:02] Erin: I just, I think craft bought.
Think Yeah, mine. I’m not gonna say anything. You know, one of the, one of the big corporations, you know like all
[01:08:12] Dawn: those split dimensions,
[01:08:16] Erin: the big, big seven or whatever they’re, I don’t
[01:08:21] Jeremiah: know. I remember Stouffers too. Yeah, this is
[01:08:23] Erin: another big one. Stouffers stove top. Cuz like it just, that sounds,
yeah, I don’t, I’m like craft is cheese. Yeah. And mac and cheese. Like cheese. Like cheese stuff that’s not
[01:08:39] Jeremiah: cheese. Yeah. I just remember craft being like cheese salad dressing.
[01:08:45] Dawn: Yeah. I mean you’re right when you say it, it just eye appealing to see it as craft. I think so. That’s why I’m drawn towards Pian Craft cuz it’s more eye appealing.
[01:09:00] Jeremiah: I wonder maybe they got bought out, heard somewhere. Yeah. Heard. Yeah, I think I heard somewhere that it used to be a different company than Craft and Craft bought them out. Does that make sense? So the original Stove Top might have been a separate company, I don’t know. Mm-hmm Huh. But according to my research, that’s one, it was never, uh, Sters though.
So they say, so they say in this reality. I love that.
[01:09:28] Erin: Yeah. That’s a good one.
[01:09:31] Jeremiah: Uh, next one’s Tianmen Square Tank man, the protestor, uh, in China or whatever. And uh, okay. A lot of people say they remember him getting run over or shot by the Chinese government, but in this reality that never happened. And, um, I think I remember hearing something about him being shot, but
[01:09:56] Dawn: I think I remember that too, because.
We gotta think about it. China’s a very communist country and they don’t care if you’re out there protesting. They are going to shoot you just, they’re not gonna keep going. Take you jail and they’re probably gonna kill your whole family problem. Yep. Because
[01:10:13] Erin: you protested.
[01:10:14] Dawn: Sorry, China, don’t me. Ah, do not hit me.
[01:10:19] Jeremiah: They actually, um, they don’t play. Yeah. People don’t realize. Well, some people do, but a lot of people don’t realize that like the TikTok we watch is not the same TikTok that China watches. It’s so much like, uh, censored and edited.
[01:10:36] Erin: Yeah. A lot of people don’t realize that they were stuff, they, they were killing their children, especially daughters, until the eighties.
I mean, it’s crazy what people don’t know.
[01:10:48] Dawn: Um, I think it’s still a rule right now that you can only have one. Uh, they
[01:10:53] Erin: changed it. They changed it.
[01:10:55] Jeremiah: I think they recently changed it.
[01:10:57] Erin: Yeah.
[01:10:58] Dawn: They were so overpopulated. And then, like, if I know that I watched a documentary, um, a lot of the albino population comes from China, believe it or not.
Hmm. Um, so when they have albino children, they would drop ’em off in the orphanages. So there is this family that was going there and adopting ’em all up, and it was just, it was a crazy story, but they would say, yeah, they, they’re very ashamed. It was a shameful thing. And, but, um, even having a girl was a shameful thing to a lot of villages.
[01:11:36] Erin: wanted a, and shame is the lowest vibration and frequency there is. So it really, like, they’re so oppressed. It’s so sad.
[01:11:43] Jeremiah: Yes. Yeah. And I heard, um, I heard this morning was watching another podcast and there’s like a really big problem with the Chinese dating market because, There’s not enough women compared to men cuz of that, uh, rule that they had.
Yeah. Yeah. Wow. So now there’s like, wow. Tons of men and not enough women.
[01:12:06] Erin: Apparently that’s how it was when we settled in the United States in the 16 hundreds and 17 hundreds too.
[01:12:12] Jeremy: That’s, that sounds like
[01:12:13] Erin: hell, something
[01:12:15] Dawn: about Korea just on the news a few days ago that they are paying people between the ages of like 20 and 30 or something.
I’m just throwing that out there. Ballpark. But it is something like that to go out and be social because these people have become non-social and have no social skills. I see that now in the United States, that their government is paying them to go out
[01:12:43] Erin: to be social. That’s interesting. I mean, look at, most people don’t even like to answer their phone.
Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that’s how it is.
[01:12:52] Dawn: I don’t think that
[01:12:54] Jeremy: sounds like my wife, but Yeah.
[01:12:57] Jeremiah: And, um, I heard Japan, I don’t know if it was like a year or two ago, they were paying young couples, young married couples to have children because their, uh, populations Hmm, wow. Because they have a, they have a thing in Japan where like these men refused to, if they were killing children, hook up with women.
[01:13:21] Erin: Sorry. I’m just, Ugh.
[01:13:24] Jeremiah: It’s okay.
[01:13:26] Erin: It’s crazy. And it’s, it’s just so I could just, it’s wild that it’s, this is our reality now, like now in this world, like, you know, and we’re living history and like the eras are changing and it’s just, yeah.
[01:13:40] Dawn: I wonder if the maker that Georgia Guidestones are happy about the population decline.
[01:13:46] Jeremy: you, Hey, Jeremiah, I, I’m gonna have to hop off again on my show, but
[01:13:50] Erin: that’s what, okay. Oh, see you Jeremy.
[01:13:53] Jeremy: Bye guys. And Aaron, I’m definitely gonna be reaching out to you about Quinn my show, cuz I would love for you to tell your experiences. Okay? You too Don. You too Don. If you got some,
[01:14:02] Erin: I know Don’s got some I didn’t wanna,
[01:14:05] Dawn: I know I’d love to hear all of you guys.
[01:14:08] Jeremy: All right, well I’ll reach out to both of you. I got plenty of recording time coming up in May, so, but, uh, thank you all. Thank you. Thank you Jeremiah, for having me as always. And yes, thanks. Be sure check up paranormal new normal listeners and if you wanna hear the story I talked about plus many, many more strange stories from people who believe what they wanna believe.
So put it that way. But Jeremiah, we, we’ll, we’ll be working together soon, buddy. See you. All right, see you later.
[01:14:33] Jeremiah: See ya. Well, we only got three more to go so he won’t miss out on too much. The thinker. Yes, the thinker. I should have got a better picture.
[01:14:43] Erin: I’m gonna look it up
[01:14:44] Jeremiah: because, so a lot of people, and this includes me, um, remember the thinker having a cle, uh, clench fist held to his chin and he was thinking, but now his hand is kind of open and it’s an odd pose.
It’s an awkward pose. You’ll have to look it up, listener, uh, at home or in their car, wherever. But his hand now is kind of like open and limp. It’s weird looking, but I always remember him having a cliff, a bald fist, and. Right on his chin cuz he was thinking. Mm-hmm. And now it just,
[01:15:28] Erin: that looks weird. Yeah.
It’s like floppy and his, his hands are on his like upper knuckles to first knuckle
[01:15:37] Jeremiah: it. If you try to do it yourself, it doesn’t feel comfortable
[01:15:40] Erin: that’s doing. Oh gosh.
[01:15:45] Jeremiah: Like, it doesn’t feel comfortable at all. I
[01:15:48] Erin: can’t even,
[01:15:50] Dawn: I physically can’t do it. I mean
[01:15:55] Erin: that’s, but yeah, his hands was clenched. Right. It’s very, I always
[01:15:59] Jeremiah: remember being, it’s very
[01:16:00] Dawn: uncomfortable and you gotta keep your neck straight too.
No, I don’t agree with that pose. But with a clench fist, it’s more doable and you can keep your head straight. I’m gonna go with the fist too, because, I don’t remember it being a hand like that. I remember people even, I remembered seeing it by the pitcher, the thinker. Because when you say the thinker, you go, you know, with your friends, if you’re being goofy, you would automatically put your fist under your chin.
Yeah. And be like the thinker and Yes. That
[01:16:37] Erin: it’s so interesting. I would never look,
[01:16:39] Jeremiah: yeah. This reality is super weird. It’s
[01:16:42] Erin: like, have you, have you used AI art? Yes. It’s like you’re using AI art and it has like the extra fingers or something and it just doesn’t look right.
[01:16:55] Jeremiah: Yeah. They, they, um, yeah.
[01:16:57] Dawn: Ar I see
[01:16:58] Jeremiah: that.
Yeah. The AI art is like, um, it looks kind of real, but then you notice something’s off, like something ain’t right.
[01:17:07] Erin: I have fun with it myself, but yeah, it’s that, it’s like, it looks like a mistake. You see that, um,
[01:17:15] Jeremiah: Did you see that thing about that creepy woman that keeps popping up in a i r No. Yeah, definitely.
Look that up cuz it’s creepy. There’s some woman that keeps, she keeps popping up in like AI art and they don’t know what, what’s the purpose of it? Like, but she looks creepy. Oh,
[01:17:40] Erin: she’s, she’s like,
[01:17:44] Jeremiah: sorry. She looks like she’s like 55, 60 or something.
[01:17:47] Erin: I can’t, I can’t, I can’t look at it. Oh,
[01:17:53] Dawn: see it?
[01:17:55] Jeremiah: Yeah. Look it up. I,
[01:17:56] Erin: I did and I don’t like it.
[01:17:59] Jeremiah: And she, she always pops up in like certain things and Oh my
[01:18:03] Erin: god, that’s really weird. I make a lot of images like, wow. Uh, yeah. That’s creepy. Uhoh, what is this?
[01:18:15] Jeremiah: All right. So on to the next one. Second to last one, tinker. Uh, the Disney, uh, when the, whenever the movies started, uh, you would have Tinkerbell write out Disney on the screen.
Mm-hmm. A lot of people remember her dotting the eye at the end. Mm-hmm. But in this reality, she never did that.
[01:18:37] Erin: Oh. Oh,
[01:18:39] Dawn: yep. Did I have a daughter and I was forced to watch these damn Disney movie and she definitely always took her little one or whatever and was like, di Even
[01:18:54] Erin: in Disney World, when you go to watch the Castle Show for the fireworks, they have Tinkerbell fly over and she has her wand Yeah.
Going like this, like she, you know, wa waves it like that. Uh, that doesn’t mm-hmm. No.
[01:19:12] Jeremiah: No, that’s funny. Cause um, it was, that was me. I went to Disney World in Florida and the firework show went off and Tinkerbell flew out of the castle. And, um, there was this little girl and her mom behind me and she’s ceased Tinkerbell flying.
And she’s like, mom, mom, look, I told you ticker bell’s
[01:19:35] Erin: real. Oh, oh,
[01:19:42] Jeremiah: it. But, uh, yeah, I always remember dotting the eye, but supposedly she never did that.
[01:19:51] Erin: That’s not true in my world, I think.
[01:19:56] Jeremiah: Yeah. Yeah. I don’t know. I
[01:19:58] Erin: watched mine too. Oh, my mom, like, she’s like, here, here’s a new VHS Disney movie. That’s what I, that’s, that was what I got as an entertainment as a child.
[01:20:08] Jeremiah: Yeah, we used, yeah, we used to have the whole like collection and those clam
[01:20:11] Erin: cases. Yep. I had mine until a few years ago. Um, yeah.
[01:20:18] Jeremiah: Yeah. It was always like Little Mermaid, a ladin. I had
[01:20:22] Erin: the old case with the, the peanut on it. Oh yes. Oh
[01:20:26] Jeremiah: yes, yes.
[01:20:29] Erin: It’s so funny.
[01:20:30] Jeremiah: Yeah, that was, yeah, they had a bunch of like subliminal messages.
Oh yeah. And the whole team ended up getting fired at that time.
[01:20:38] Erin: But I definitely remember Tinkerbell dotting the eye with Herand. I do
[01:20:43] Jeremiah: too. Definitely.
[01:20:45] Dawn: Definitely.
[01:20:47] Jeremiah: All right. The last one, and it’s not anything special or anything, but um, the Totinos, a lot of people remember, you know, those pizzas,
[01:21:00] Erin: uh, Wait, I left.
[01:21:03] Jeremiah: It’s called Totinos. T O T I N O S. But a lot of people remember it being Toast Tinos with an S T O S T. That’s what
[01:21:14] Dawn: I thought it was, was with an us. Nope, it’s not because I was gonna stay. I love
[01:21:20] Jeremiah: Tostitos. Nope, it’s brain just Totinos now. I can’t handle this.
[01:21:26] Erin: So
[01:21:27] Dawn: you’re saying, so you’re saying I don’t have an
[01:21:30] Jeremiah: S Not in this reality.
It’s just T O T I N S
[01:21:34] Dawn: animals. No, I remember when and maybe 10, 15 years ago going and buying ’em, you know, a cheap quick little snacky thing to pop in the oven. Yep. It was always toast. Mosquitoes.
[01:21:51] Jeremiah: Yeah. They had, um, pizza roll. They had the pizza roll and to
[01:21:54] Erin: probably a party pizza, getting it confused with pizza.
That’s Rilla chip to. Tostito. Oh, toast. I don’t remember
[01:22:04] Jeremiah: it being, oh, maybe.
[01:22:07] Dawn: I mean, I probably am because I do buy those,
[01:22:11] Erin: because that’s what came to my mind. I was like, oh, Tostitos, wait, what? Oh, oh, pizza. It’s a pizza rolls, right? Yeah. I, I don’t know. But, uh, get pizza rolls and totos. That’s usually like a, you know, I don’t know
[01:22:25] Jeremiah: thing.
I, I personally thought it was toast. Titos with an ass in the middle, but yeah, it’s not, it’s not the case.
[01:22:38] Erin: I know,
[01:22:39] Dawn: I know there was another Mandela with that pizza and I cannot remember, um, what it was. I totino on my notes because I’m my writer. Um, Was something else? Something? There was something else.
Something with a party pack or something. Iios Pizza that with it.
[01:23:00] Jeremiah: Oh, I love Ilios Pizza. I,
[01:23:03] Dawn: no, um, it was something with the Tostitos or Toasts Pizza, but it had something with the party pack or something. I’ll have to find it and send it to you. Maybe if you do the part three. I
[01:23:19] Jeremiah: know they have um, Totino’s party pizza
[01:23:25] Dawn: and I think the Mandela.
Yeah, and I think the Mandela is about that. I had wrote it down for another show and I can’t find my notes for it. It was a show I had already done and I know there was another one that went with this. I had seen it, well I had seen it on YouTube.
[01:23:45] Jeremiah: We’ll probably end up doing a part three cuz I saw some left.
Cool. But these are, there
[01:23:52] Erin: is so many good ones. This is so much fun to talk about because a lot of people they either know or they don’t know. And like the people that don’t know they want to know.
[01:24:03] Jeremiah: Oh, it makes you question For
[01:24:05] Erin: sure
[01:24:06] Dawn: it does. It’s like what I
[01:24:09] Jeremiah: love the mandalas. It, it makes you like think like, what’s my whole life alive?
[01:24:16] Erin: Is this just a simulation? Am I an AI simulation? Are you an AI simulation? Are we even really here?
[01:24:26] Dawn: I mean,
[01:24:28] Jeremiah: yeah. Are they
[01:24:29] Dawn: computers are getting feelings and stuff, so,
[01:24:33] Jeremiah: oh, well I did that, um, short episode about the. Uh, robots or whatever and, uh, oh, I gotta go check that out. Yeah. I did a short episode about the robots that, um, they would talk about killing like humans and stuff.
[01:24:49] Dawn: Oh yeah. I’ve been, that’s what I’ve been watching lately about on
[01:24:53] Jeremiah: YouTube. Like they had, uh, these two robots debate and the one robot started talking about, let’s just kill off the humans. We can rule the world or whatever.
[01:25:03] Dawn: Yes. It’s like, is it where they were typing at? Like,
[01:25:07] Erin: don’t we have enough of these movies to understand we shouldn’t be doing any of this stuff.
[01:25:14] Jeremiah: Exactly.
[01:25:15] Erin: Like,
[01:25:16] Dawn: why I, I think we have these movies to show us they have been doing this stuff longer than we know about. Like a, and that’s how they got, I’ll take a steady
[01:25:27] Erin: robot hand to do surgery, but like, let’s, let’s keep it at that, you know, like
[01:25:34] Dawn: I 100 believe in the time travel and you know, like Stranger Things.
I know it’s fiction and all, but I do believe in the, oh, I traveled that they’re talking about on there during that period of time. And,
[01:25:52] Jeremiah: uh, I think Stranger Thing is based off of a reality. Yeah.
[01:25:56] Dawn: Yeah. Kind of like the Philadelphia, I feel like mixed
[01:26:02] Erin: to their show. All movies and stuff are like showing us everything, but we’re like, oh, it’s fake, but it’s just entertaining because you’re programing.
Think it’s fake no more than us. Yeah. There’s like another layer of like, there’s so many layers of information, you know? So yeah.
[01:26:21] Jeremiah: Greed. But yeah, that’s all appeal. Um, that’s all the Mandela’s.
[01:26:25] Erin: It was super fun. I
[01:26:27] Dawn: loved it. I love you.
[01:26:28] Erin: Blew my mind.
[01:26:31] Dawn: Hey.
[01:26:33] Jeremiah: And some of ’em are more than others. Others, but, um, yeah.
If you go through ’em and you’re like, you really question reality.
[01:26:42] Erin: I think I like after the show, I’m gonna be doing that for a little bit. I’m gonna, yeah.
[01:26:50] Jeremiah: I’m gonna be running around checking all the labels on all this stuff in my house.
I’m about to go grab the to Tito’s, uh, party pizza out of my freezer outta the
[01:27:01] Erin: freezer. That’s still, yeah. No
[01:27:06] Dawn: golden storm. Look at Oreos
[01:27:08] Jeremiah: and then the stove top stuffing
[01:27:12] Dawn: guys. All right guys. Well thank you for having me on. Yes. Thank you for
[01:27:17] Erin: coming
[01:27:17] Jeremiah: on. That was great you guys. And, um, take care. I’ll try to edit this today and have it out tomorrow.
[01:27:26] Erin: Quick turnaround.
[01:27:28] Jeremiah: Yes, I’ll be, uh, doing that while I watch horror movies.
[01:27:33] Erin: Ooh.
[01:27:33] Dawn: Ooh. I wanna see the, um, Pope S Exorcist.
[01:27:38] Jeremiah: Ooh, I saw that on my thing.
[01:27:40] Dawn: Make it look so cheesy. Make it look so cheesy. I gotta see it.
[01:27:44] Jeremiah: I, um, I want to go watch the Jeepers Creeper series again, cuz they came out with that new one.
Ooh. And I was like, I don’t wanna watch the new one cuz I forget the old ones.
[01:27:54] Dawn: My daughter told me the new, my daughter told me the new one wasn’t good. And I was like, did you watch the old ones first? And she said, no. I’m like, does it make you wanna go to the spa in Michigan where part of the movie was based off of?
She was like, I’m like, yeah, it’s gone.
[01:28:10] Jeremiah: That’s how I, and then I wanna see the new Scream movie whenever becomes available. Yeah. Because I heard it’s decent.
[01:28:17] Dawn: Mm-hmm. Better. Mm-hmm. Than, better than the last one is what I heard. Yeah.
[01:28:22] Jeremiah: I tried to watch the last one before this one, and it was like, ugh. I was like, no, I can’t do
[01:28:28] Erin: It was awesome. I’m going into like thrillers and stuff. Like I love, I got like frail. I don’t know why, but frailty came to mind. I don’t know if you’ve seen that, but a lot of people have it. You have
[01:28:41] Jeremiah: um, right down, I don’t know if it’s on Hu got Matthew McConney. I think it’s on Hulu. If, oh, I if you have Hulu, there’s a movie called No Exit.
It was good. I think I’ve seen that. Where they get stranded at this rest stop and there’s this girl in. Yeah, I love that. I love that. Yes. That was a good one. But, but anyway, hope you guys have the good rest of your weekend. You too. And I’ll obviously send the link when I get this up. Awesome.
[01:29:13] Erin: Sounds good.
I’ve been promoting the other one, the link. Oh, nice. I shared it with Rachel earlier. All right. So it’ll be good.
[01:29:21] Jeremiah: All right. Have fun. Take it easy. Yes,
[01:29:23] Dawn: send me the link to the other one. I’ll send it.