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Absurd Truth: Kansas City Comes For Its Own

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Dana Lashes of Sir Truth Podcast sponsored by Kel-Tec. It's his life mission to make bad decisions. It's time for Florida Man.

Man Alive. So this story is so gross. I've got a there. This was sent to me by Florida Woman Amber. It's not on our rundown.

I did drop it in Slack. But this is this is okay. I just I'm going to need Let me just read the headline Tampa Bay Times. Tampa restaurant garnish plates with foxtail ferns outside from where dogs pee. It's apparently a kaiseki restaurant and it shares a space with a recent Michelin star winner. So apparently the the criticism is that the $400 something dollar meals are garnished with inedible ferns cut from where dogs pee.

Which is the claim. And they are I mean, they're pretty ferns but it's by apparently people say where dogs walk and I'm sure that is it enough to say and I don't want to name I don't want to like I don't want to smear the restaurant. I don't know just don't have a fern on your plate. But Tampa Bay Times they reported it first back in January and now they have a now they have well there's more but wait there's more is that I mean I'm sure they wash them is that enough to say Is it? No, Cain doesn't is not convinced. I'm not really convinced at all actually.

Apparently Tampa Bay Times sent someone over there to eat and they got one of the they watched the guy. Yeah, the pea ferns. Yeah, I guess so I just I don't know that that I mean against a restaurant actually growing their own herbs or whatever.

But when they're apparently like witnesses say this is where if they're at a ground level where dogs can just walk by and pee on them. No, I don't want I don't want you to, you know, procure your herbs that way. Your garnishes. I mean, it's just sitting on the plate.

You don't eat it. No, I don't know. I agree with you.

I agree. Okay, a wing stop dispute. A South Florida man was stink wings. 20 year old Kevin Thompson allegedly gave his mother spoiled chicken and then demanded fresh food from another wing stop location when his mom asked why he said I want chicken.

The chicken I gave you is stink. And then he challenged his mom, his own mom to a fight. And then she punched she punched her in the face.

She fled for her safety to a Publix. I feel like if he goes to prison, he's going to get beaten by inmates who don't like it when you mistreat your mama because they're very specific about this stuff. In the prison. I mean, there is some prison honor.

I'm just saying, you know, I'm just saying. So he got he has aggravated assault with a deadly weapon domestic battery driving with a suspended license. Apparently he does have a record so and Tampa Bay County has Oh, the villages finally got beat for a number of STDs. Look at that. The county versus the village.

Yes, the Hillsborough Well, aren't the villages like quite large though? They are. I watched a documentary on it and it was wild.

I was like, what? They said that 932 cases per 100,000 residents. That was just in 2022. It's it's it keeps going up. And now it's greater than that of the villages, which used to have the number one record.

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And a correlation could be made in their drastically lower violence rates as well. Be unapologetic in your masculinity fighting against the cultural emasculation of men do hard things. Never settle for what is easy. You might have a talent that you don't necessarily enjoy.

But if it glorifies God, maybe you should lean into that over something that you might think suits you better. So this is Harrison Bucker. He's speaking at Benedictine College and he talked about women in the talk about Christian values, getting married and raising kids. And he also said that, you know, women being mothers, that's their most important role. And he's 1000% correct. And Kansas City, the tap the city doxed him.

And the NFL was throwing him shade. Welcome back to the program. Dana lash with you bottom of this second hour. You have you can have Travis Kelsey go up and chug a beer at a commencement address. And that's like celebrated but then you have Harrison Bucker who's like, yeah, women have choices. You don't have to go to a career.

And if you want to stay at home and be a mother, that's the most important thing you can do. He's right. And he didn't deny I listened to what he had said this is like my millionth time listening to this are parts of it. I've I listened to his whole address once.

And I've listened to parts of it like a million different times. And he never in his address denied women choice, which is what modern feminism does. Modern feminism states that women are not allowed to choose differently from the women that have established the cottage industry of third and fourth wave feminism. If you make a choice different from that of your feminist masters, then you are betraying your sex. And that's what Linda Hirschman actually said once she said about 10 years ago that women who are college educated who choose to go and stay home or are they betray their sex, she and I got into it hardcore, very publicly some time ago over that. And he didn't deny unlike, you know, modern feminism, in his address, Harrison Bucker did not deny and you know, he's the kicker for Kansas City Chiefs. He did not deny women a choice. He just said, Look, if you choose this, it's the most important role you can have. And it is the hand that rocks the cradles the hand that rules the world. There's a it's a reason why it's a saying. Mothers are the most influ- no no shade to you dads.

I do think it happens with particularly sons at a certain age if you read Bringing up Boys by Dobson, which is a great book and a must read for any boy mom. But women, mothers are the most influential person. In a child's life.

the home, the community assists each other. That's how it's that's how it's built. And we've gotten everything really backwards. And he's talking about this. He's celebrating women. He's celebrating women's choices. He's telling men be unapologetic in your masculinity.

Fight against the cultural emasculation of men, do hard things, never settle for what is easy. And he's right. And for the life of me, I cannot figure out why people and there's some other right, why people are so mad about this. There's no reason for them to be. I mean, there should not be any controversy over this.

I mean, I I don't think that there's anything wrong with his timing either. He never told women to not have a career. He said it will be excuse me, it will be one of the best accomplishments for a woman if she is it becomes a wife and a mother. And especially at a Catholic college, that should not be a controversial thing. Imagine someone who graduates from a religious institution, returns to give a commencement address at the religious institution. And they give a commencement address that reflects the values of the religious institution.

That upon which the religious institution was founded. Why are people shocked about this? They're mad because he's a kicker in the NFL.

He's an NFL player. And they don't think that he should have access to mainstream because of his view. So he's actually being discriminated against because of his views.

There's, there's nothing wrong with what he said. And the crazy thing is, is where did we get to a spot as a society where telling women that being a mother is the most important role that they will ever have? Where did we get as a society to believe that that is in any way a controversial statement?

How in the world is that a controversial statement? Because raising kids is more important than any of the accomplishments I've ever made in broadcasting. Raising kids is more has been more of an accomplishment than my best selling books. Raising kids has been a bigger accomplishment than all of that.

How is that a controversy to say? And I feel like I am in a pretty dang good authoritative spot on this because I was at one point, a mother who stayed home. I freelanced rote on the side. And I homeschooled my kids. And then as they got older, I started to get more and more involved. And there was, you know, clearly, I think, a divine path to maybe be a mother.

A divine path to maybe go and do this or that. It wasn't like I sought out opportunity. I just I had a hobby on the side where I always wrote. In fact, that's what I, I went to, they didn't even have a print journalism degree anymore. But I went to school for journalism. And I had a blast.

I love being at home with my kids. My husband was the one he went out and worked. And as I as they got older, like I said, and then I had I built a website. And created content. And then I got started on radio and then in television and all this other stuff. And it was an activism because for them really, then it led to everything that it led to.

So I can say that was some authority and some hard won experience. I don't know why it's denigrated today. Being a mother is more important than your career. Because for those children, you are their world. The sad thing is that feminism, particularly third wave and fourth wave, is a ruse on women and has made it to where we can no longer survive on one income. We feminists support policies that make it impossible for business to be successful. They support policies that demand that parents work longer hours to make up for the lack of stretch in their dollar to pay for the exact amount of money they have. They support policies that demand that they have the ability to be successful. And third and fourth wave feminism has has swindled women into thinking you got to go to work.

You know why? Because they wanted another income stream for the federal government. The federal government wanted to be able to tax more so that they could get more money. And they wanted to have a dual income stream for the federal government.

The federal government wanted to be able to tax more. So they had this great collusion in that they could get women to also go into the workforce. Women fought for so long to be able to stay at home and raise their babies and get out of the fields. And I'll be damn you got the federal government, the matriarchy and the patriarchy working together to convince women that they needed to have dual income stream so that the government could get more in tax. And they convinced you of all of this and ruin the economy in the process. And now you can't even make it on one income. Blame the right, which is wild. That's a real thing. And if women want to stay at home and be a caretaker, they are so harshly attacked in our society because you're denying the government a bloodline.

You're creating a strong home. That means the government can't come in and be daddy or mommy. What? They hate that. In the same way that Marx hates God because he doesn't want to have anyone over him. They hate that.

Doorway to big government. That's why people are having this reaction to Harrison Buckner. That's why they don't like it. That's why you see a lot of I think that there's a subversive movement on the right. I think it's a psyop personally, to try to convince younger people that being traditional in terms of roles of a mother that stays home or this or that are good things. And they want to attack them.

I think it's a psyop. I think that they're trying to like engineer a reaction against what everyone is naturally gravitating towards because they see, wow, that was what has kept society together. This is why Harrison Buckner, it's not even about Harrison Buckner. The reason that that it blew up so much is because they're mad that they have access through Buckner to the NFL. You have a mainstream guy who gets a lot of eyeballs who's saying this stuff. And they're mad because they don't want those people in the mainstream.

They don't want them to have access to that national conversation or to participate in it. And that's why people are having this reaction. And now you have the NFL condemning them for it.

He did not say a single thing that was wrong. Not a single thing. And this and it shouldn't be controversial. They have like a what is it they want to they they're trying to get him kicked off the team. So they had a petition going.

So my God, now they have a another petition going to keep him on. That's just it's sad. But I'll tell you something, too. It's nice to hear a man affirm that. And I think it's important, particularly for younger mothers and younger women who aren't married to hear a man affirm that.

Because younger women are just bludgeoned by society. They're told that it's a betrayal if they start families and stay home. They're told that if they stay home, they're being a doormat for a man because these people don't understand what a partnership is. You have some people out there saying marriage is bad and it's too many people are getting divorced. They are trying to engineer you into thinking that marriage is bad.

Women are getting hit and young men from every single angle. And it is so important that there are people out here that affirm that because women are not going to hear this from other women. There is no national group of women that are mainstreamed that are going to be as vocally supportive of a woman's choice to stay home and raise her family.

So when you talk about pro-choice, that's not one of the choices that's allowed. So it's good for it and the irony of a man affirming this before any of these national big mouth women do. Good on Harrison Buckner.

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It's time for Dana's quick five. All right, so doing the jobs of 50 people. This is magician David. I don't care about this headline. I really don't give a rat's ass. David Copperfield accusations.

I don't care. Inflation hits 20% under Joe Biden pushing small businesses to the brink. They said, Well, this isn't a surprise.

They said the country had a sad day. Milestone inflation under the president had accumulated 20%. The dollar values plummeted on his watch BLS also confirmed that the consumer price index is resurgent and growing faster than average wages, combining with weak GDP growth. The data shows the economy is reentering stagflation. I don't think we ever left it. So that's a stupid comment from the hill.

Let's see this over Tyrese. They're running out of money because everyone's broke because this administration won't stop spending. And stupid people that are probably the product of incest and drugs and drinking. They decided that they wanted to go and vote for a democrat because they like their motto better.

I hope you get the asteroid you deserve. Pump and dump S&P 500 jumps 1% to post record close in the session about 5300 for the first time, people who are economically illiterate don't care. They don't care. Because they don't even know what that means. They really don't.

Let's think about it. The restaurant industry, they're saying that they can't afford to be open, they can't afford to be closed, they called it's called a shocking state. There's a story after story. Unfortunately, if you were to read the piece at MSN, they've got a barely literate reporter who doesn't know how to stack a story and the leads buried all the way in the seventh graph.

But what am I talking about, you know? But anyway, the point of the story is, is that most restaurants are struggling. It's not even half. It's like a majority now. And they still have been trying to claw back after being forced to lock down by the same Democrats in government that are running for reelection now. Let's see. There's talk about ticket splitting hurting Democrats.

It's this piece that actually there's there's legitimately an honest piece that was ran in, I don't know, some god-awful, half-baked publication. But anyway, they were getting into ticket splitting on the left, which has mostly been discussed on the right, especially in states like Texas, where you've had the removal of the single party ticket where you could just, you know, you could just register as Republican. You get your Republican Party ticket.

Now you can't do that anymore. And split ticket voting is ultimately what cost Ted Cruz to lose the biggest conservative district in Texas to Beto O'Rourke because you had a lot of split ticket voting. Now this is something that's happening on the left. And this makes me kind of wonder, going back to what we were talking about the first segment with the debate and RFK being present, if that's one of the reasons why Democrats in the Biden campaign are being so hardcore against having any kind of third party candidates participate in the debate because the split ticket and the places where it can be done, that can be, I mean, if you don't have any enthusiasm for Biden, they're going to vote for everybody else down ticket perhaps, but they're not going to be voting for Biden up at the top. So that's a, that's an interesting, interesting thing. Also, Biden officials want to, quote, wrap up the Gaza war. They want a proposed, quote, unquote, Palestinian Hamas coalition government, which is stupid, because that's what they already have.

Do these people not know the lay of the land over here? This is monumental. Today, my administration took a major step to reclassify marijuana from a schedule one drug to a schedule three drug. It's an important move toward reversing long-standing inequities. Today's announcement builds on the work we've already done to pardon a record number of federal offenses for simple possession of marijuana. And it adds to the action we've taken to lift barriers to housing, employment, small business loans, and so much more for tens of thousands of Americans.

He's trying to buy people off. Look, folks, no one should be in jail merely for using or possessing marijuana. Then why did Kamala do it? Period.

Why don't you put him in there? Far too many lives have been upended because of failed approaches to marijuana. And I'm committed to righting those wrongs. You can barely move your arm, C3PO.

What are you talking about? That's Joe Biden. He's, you know what? He, he ruined the economy.

He made it to where millennials and Gen Z can't buy houses. But hey, guys, don't worry about it because pot. Welcome back to the program. Dana Lash with you.

Can listen around the country. Top of our third hour. So the scheduling. So this is, this is like this old Nixon, it's like an old 1970s law, the Controlled Substances Act. And so they have like different classifications of how abusive the government says things are. But it's not the VAX. That's not on there. So you, there's the sketch.

So they call them schedules, basically, like the first classification, they have like them, what that, what they say are the most easily abused drugs that have the greatest chances of dependency, like heroin, LSD, peyote, that was marijuana ecstasy. Is that supposed to be two separate words? Or is that one thing? I think they forgot the comma there.

Did they forget the comma? How is marijuana? Can you? Okay, I'm not like a drug person. I don't know all I know about drugs. I learned from cops, like the show.

I just know. So my lab partner when I was in a freshman in college, was a really smart dude who smoked pot all the time, but he's a really smart guy. He was never addicted to it, though. Like he was, he, you know, I mean, I would never class him.

What does that even mean? Can you become addicted to marijuana? Yeah, yeah, people can be addicted to marijuana. The hippie drug? Yes.

Well, wait a minute. Is it because they've changed? It's different now than it was like back in the olden days? Is that what it is? That, I guess that would hold some weight if they didn't already classify it that way from the beginning. But they've, they've classified it this way from the beginning.

Okay, so peyote, which is funny. Then they have the second classification, which is like the second. So you have most potential for abuse and dependence, then it's high potential for abuse and dependence, which is Vicodin, cocaine, meth. Okay, I'm sorry.

How is marijuana more addictive than meth? Yeah, no, that's, that's why I think it's changed. What?

I think a lot of people have had an issue with that for a long, long time. And marijuana has been unfairly scheduled. So this, the schedule went for two is Vicodin, cocaine, meth, Oxycontin and Adderall, which apparently, currently, they were saying was less than, oh my gosh, schedule three, moderate potential for abuse dependence. They said Tylenol with codeine, ketamine, steroids, testosterone. People get addicted to testosterone? How?

Doesn't your body make it? Yeah. Okay. Schedule, this is for low potential for abuse, independence, Xanax, Darvon, Valium, Ambien, Tramadol, and what the hell is ATV? Ativan. Ativan. I don't know what that is. It's like a medicine for birds. I don't know what that is.

Lowest potential, Tussin. Lirica, Motofen, I don't even know what these are. These sound like nonsense drugs. These sound like herbs, cooking herbs, except for the Tussin. Put some Tussin on it. Nobody will get addicted to Tussin.

Let's just make that clear. If you get addicted to Tussin, you're on the marijuana ecstasy. There's something else happening here. Nobody gets addicted to Tussin because that's nasty. That is nasty. You know where they get Tussin at?

Tussin Factory? No, they get it out of them brain worms, like the kind that RFK has. I didn't know that. Yeah, I know.

It's a real story. So the Democrats are like, well, gosh, dang, we ruined everything with our economic policies. Nobody can buy a house. Everybody has the invisible tax of inflation. They can't buy anything. We're going to have to jack taxes up. Everybody's actually going to be in the desert eating cat food.

Let's give them some marijuana. So there he says he's going to they're going to you're going to put it on a different schedule. What is it? What is he going to put it on? What's the schedule?

Schedule three, I thought I was putting the three. So he'll put it in with Tylenol with codeine. Everything's everything sucks. But here's some pot. Let them smoke pot. Yeah, it's the new let them eat cake. Let them smoke pot. That's what it is.

Oh, my gosh. And they think that's going to do it. They think that'll be the thing.

Let's just well, maybe with some people at will, they're going to look like what they're doing. Pay off the student loans, right? Pay off by give our money to pay off other people's student loans.

So they'll buy they buy buying votes with our tax dollars. And then out with us. But don't forget, he's going after menthols, though.

Oh, wait a minute. How are you going to be going after menthols? But you're going to be putting pot on the schedule three pause going after menthols. Going after menthols.

And now he's back on to going after again. Like it's Yeah, I don't get that. I don't get that either. I don't get menthols at all. Because isn't it like mouthwash in a cigarette?

Yeah, it's scope. If you could smoke it. Do you like a stick of scope to smoke?

Try saying that fast. Sounds sounds great. Yeah. Okay, gonna have fresh breath.

You're not gonna smell like an ashtray. I don't know. No, you still you still smell Oh, do you? Yeah, absolutely.

Really? Oh, yes. Have you? Have you smelled? Yes.

It's literally smells like someone set fire to scope. Have you smelled a person who's been smoking menthols all day? I don't remember.

Okay. I don't know if I ever have. Everybody in my family smoked marble reds until they came out with the gold package. It's a little different than pulling one of those fresh little burners out of the pack. Yeah, slightly different. I am fascinated by it.

I still don't is it fiberglass in there? I heard that as the rumor. I've never confirmed that with any sort of testing. But I've heard that I'm treating you like I do Chris right now. Like I'll get onto something and then I'll ask Chris a million questions about it. Because Chris is the engineer and he's interested in this boring stuff, right that I just want answers to. I'm only fascinated by this stuff in so much as I can find the answer immediately for it.

Right. Like the how it's made show. That's his favorite show on television. I still don't I'm still struggling with why testosterone is a schedule three. Yeah, how was that?

How do you get addicted to what your body already makes? Why can't that be a schedule five? I mean, I guess I understand the steroid thing. Yeah, I can see that maybe. I see Juan's typing in Slack. Juan's getting ready to explain this to us. Uh-oh, Juan, what are you saying? Because Juan's into like fitness and all that. So he understands it. Because you can't juice with it, right? Juan goes... Juan says, I had a roommate in college that used to eat toothpaste.

He was probably high AF. So do bodybuilders juice with testosterone? They do?

Is that because the steroids, you know, like shrinky dinks and things? I guess. I guess so. But I mean... Oh, I'm made of questions right now.

I'm sure that the chat and Twitter will not disappoint. It's a way to get those gains without anything illegal showing up on TV. I mean, I've heard of like testosterone replacement therapy and, you know, the low T joke that goes around with some dudes. I get that, but... That's different than juicing it like while you're bodybuilding. Oh.

But can you become addicted to it, though? I don't know. I did hear the rumor.

And again, no confirmation on this. But that if you do the TRT, the testosterone replacement therapy, a bunch that your body then just decides to stop making it because you keep introducing it, you know, unnaturally. Doesn't make you hairy. So what, testosterone? Wouldn't that make you get hair? Yeah.

Like super hairy, like Sasquatch level? Yeah, those male attributes. Yeah. Interesting. Yeah.

So, okay, I get the... Okay, Steve wants to know where creatine falls on this list. Isn't that like part of the... I hear that as a supplement to repair, help repair creatine, help build muscle. Creatine or creatine? Creatine? Is there a difference?

Creatine? I don't know. That's a good question. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know these things. I just find this... He's just paying you all off with pot. That's what he's doing. You know, you can't afford anything. You can barely afford ramen, but go smoke your joint and thank Biden and vote for him.
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