#440 – David Lucas

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Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam we’re live. We are, uh, he’s coming on at, uh, 1130. David Luke is coming on at 1130. I just came on five minutes early to say, what’s up. I made a post today. I’m like so excited at how much traction it’s getting. You know what I did, I took a, I took a news story and I posted my Instagram and, and all, normally I’m shadow band, no one ever sees any of my stuff. And in this news story, it says CNBC on it or something like that, or CNN or something it’s from, it’s from it’s, it’s from some news organization like that. And it’s talking about bed and Jerry’s trying to stop gun violence. And it’s it’s CR all of a sudden everyone can see my account. It’s so weird. Do do, do, do, do, um, I wanna thank Hiller for making that video, the bug video.

Sevan Matossian (00:57):

Now he’s made 2, 2, 2 nice videos about me. It’s kind of weird. It’s kind of cool. I mean, I’m happy about it. It’s weird. Just cuz it it’s weird for me cuz I’m just uncomfortable taking that kind of praise or accolades. I feel like, I feel like I should be the only one talking about how great I am now. The show is pushed Bruce. Hi, bam. We’re here. Yeah, he just pushed it back. 25 minutes. No, just five minutes. Well you’re right. You’re right. It was 25 minutes at first. Um, it is an interesting post I made today. Oh the it’s it’s an interesting post. It was an exercise in math. It was basically talking about the damage, uh, that people dying from eating ice cream versus the people dying from gun violence. And it was just to use that a common denominator and the common denomin denominator was lives lost day, days of life, lost days of life lost and people immediately read into it and were like, it’s not the same guns, kill people, ice cream, you only kill yourself.

Sevan Matossian (02:07):

And there was this whole, first of all, that’s not true at all, but even, but, but that wasn’t my point. Not even close, not even close, but don’t tell me that you taking, not taking care of yourself, doesn’t fucking kill people down the road because that we, we saw suicide rates are the highest they’ve ever been this year. And why are they so high? It’s pretty obvious because we just did. We played pandemic for two years to protect obese people from COVID cuz those are the only ones who are dying. And when I say the only the ones who are dying 80%, 90%, 99%. Yeah. The comments are ridiculous. It’s but here’s the thing. It just those, I, I just wish those people would know. You’re just trapped in your head. I know you were triggered. I know gun violence sucks. I know the death of kid sucks, but what also sucks is what if I’m trying to talk to you about something and your emotion, clouds, your ability to see the truth at the end. What do you think would save more kids’ lives? That’s all I’m asking. I’m not even saying we should get rid of ice cream. I love ice cream. It is my favorite food, but people can’t see that because you have a runaway brain that you are trapped inside of and you cannot think clearly

Sevan Matossian (03:27):

It’s like, it’s so funny. Okay. They feel targeted. Yeah, I know. You’re you’re right. Very well said, Lucy, they feel targeted. Like I’m asking them to give up their ice cream or, or I’m saying ice cream’s more dangerous than guns are just pointing out. Matt. <affirmative> just pointing out math. Yeah. They, they feel targeted. You’re right. And they can’t think clearly when they, when they feel targeted just asking you to do the simple math and, and you’d be, and you’d be blown away. And then, and maybe you don’t wanna see it cuz then you’d be forced to take action. It’s the, those are the same people who hate the liver king and, or, or they’re fixated on the fact that he’s juiced up, like who cares or the fact that he flies in the jet. But, but, but um, uh, argues the, the nine tenets of, uh, ancestral life. Like how, why are you judging him? Worry about your own shit. Figure it out. Take what you can from him. He wants to be used. Use him cherry pick the good shit.

Sevan Matossian (04:42):

When do you think society started to decline? I don’t know. Maybe it’s not declining. Maybe this is like a purge. You know what I mean? Like a shedding of the week. I don’t know. I don’t know what’s going on. There’s gotta be some sort of big picture. Uh, I saw David Hiller put out a video. Um, I saw David Hiller put out a video, uh, uh, criticizing Danny Spiegel’s burpees. Is that what it is? Well, basically first I started seeing a video going around this morning, showing Danny Spiegel’s chest. Wasn’t touching at the bottom of the burpees and, and it’s, it’s a slowmo video and uh, basically you see that her chest doesn’t touch. Oh, I heard another great rumor that I wanna share with you. I don’t know if I can share it with you. Let me ask, um, on this thread I’m on. Can I talk about the all right. I just sent a text asking. Sorry. Sorry. What? Uh, yeah, they feel targeted.

Sevan Matossian (06:03):

Oh, I meant to, um, dang. You’re nice. That’s a cup of coffee for my whole family. I meant that. Um, I’m gonna send you my phone number now. That’s how easy it is. If you give me enough money, I share my phone number. I wonder if I, I wonder if I’ve ever given you my, how come you don’t pop up in my DMS? I know I follow you. What, what’s your, what’s your Instagram Olson. Yeah, that is how much coffee cost in California. I was telling David Lucas. So, you know, when I had, um, when I had Alex Stein on Alex streamed, this show simultaneously to his station, as well as mine. And he made like $500. So I was just sharing that with David Lucas today. I was like, Hey dude, if you want to, uh, stream your show, live on your station at the same time, you can kind of like, you can, you can hide you that. Oh, okay. Thank you. Let me look it up. Let me look it up. Okay. Oh, darn it.

Sevan Matossian (07:09):

Oh,

Sevan Matossian (07:12):

Okay. Maybe I shouldn’t spread that. Maybe I shouldn’t talk about that. Rumor. I heard yet M a T. Oh yeah. I found it. Okay. I’m texting you my phone number. That way you can always just text me. Bam done. Um, David Lucas is saying that he wants it, uh, email to him. Okay. How do I do that? Um, sorry, sorry guys. Sorry. You guys are so patient bear with me here. The seven on podcast. I came on early to talk to you guys. And now instead, all I’m doing is, uh, busy work

Sevan Matossian (08:18):

And

Sevan Matossian (08:23):

I am done. Okay. I don’t think people realize that I go live. And so they, they think it’s okay to come late. Maybe I don’t realize I’m live. That’s why it’s okay. I think it’s okay to do some house cleaning while,

Sevan Matossian (08:40):

While I’m live with you guys. Yeah. So the post I made it’s uh, it’s it’s it’s crazy. Cuz normally I can’t get more than like three comments on a post and in and 12 likes and 13 views. And this thing has like, God knows how many here’s $5. Cuz you’re a good dude. I don’t need your phone number. <laugh> you know you want it don’t lie. You know you want it Helen. Helen. Hi. Got your email. Thank you. Did I respond to you? Thank you. By the way. Great email talked about it. A bunch on the show. I it, I left your name off it. Of course I left your name off it. Of course.

Sevan Matossian (09:22):

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Sevan Matossian (10:12):

Dinner is, uh, race racist. I’m was the only accent I could do as a kid was the Indian accent. And then I had this insanely hot Pakistani girlfriend and she told me my accent was horrible and broke my heart. She was maybe the nicest human being besides my wife. I ever met like real nice, not like fake. Nice like fake. Nice. I mean not nice cuz they were afraid to tell the truth and, and couldn’t be honest. Oh, oh, check out this money. C HF 10. Thanks for introducing me to Lindsay and birth fit. I’m following the pre-birth program now. It’s so good. Greets from Switzerland. Oh, oh shit. That’s probably like $3 million in the us. Our economy’s just taken a shitter ostrich. One of the most amazing birds. Right? What a cool bird. What a cool it’s kind of the giraffe of birds.

Sevan Matossian (11:10):

Huh? Okay. He should be coming on any minute. Let me see my notes here. Okay. Fine. Uh, David Taylor was on, is on uh, kill Tony. He’s a regular, how do I know? Kill Tony, kill Tony. Some YouTube show. I think they call it the, the largest live YouTube show. I wanna say they get like 300,000. I wanna say 290,000 live viewers. Let’s ask, let’s ask David Lucas. And they have, they bring comics on there and the comics have to do one minute of new material a week. And then there’s like four guests who sit up there on stage with them and just, and just heckle him, ripped the shit out of him. Uh, David Lucas. Yeah. What did I say? George George called yesterday. Hi George. Uh, yeah, David Lucas is coming on and I, and I found him through kill Tony and I found kill Tony through Hans and I found Hans through Instagram.

Sevan Matossian (12:07):

And then I also saw, which was fascinating. Um, David Lucas go, there’s a video of David Lucas fishing with Hans. It’s an hour video. I think they’re sitting at lake Merrit in Oakland. At least that’s what it looks like to me. Cause they used to live over there and uh, and, and they talk for an hour and it’s fascinating. Anyone talking to Hans period is fascinating to me move to Austin. If I, if I did move there, I’d want to do that. I’d want to do, I love the idea, thought of the idea of feeling pressure of having to do one minute of content of comedy every week. I think I could. I think I could cultivate it from this show.

Sevan Matossian (12:47):

There’s some funny shit that comes up on here that could run a minute every week. There’s this one show on there. There’s this one clip on there of David it’s from like two years ago and David Lucas is, uh, on kill Tony and he’s he’s the comic. And then in that kind of that four pack in the front that like heckles the comic while he is trying to work. Uh there’s Michael biz being and it’s gnarly. Uh, no I didn’t. Uh <laugh> did you find SIM run heat wants to find no. If I found the UFC fight with the blowy in the center of the octagon, the blowy, is that what you guys call it there in India? The blowy it’s a blowy. Uh, I went out with my girlfriend and she gave me a blowy. It was so yummy. Uh, George Martinez, you the man I want to come on. When you do UFC show with sugar, Shane, ah, that’s gonna be more than 1999. Um, but thank you. That’s really cool. I don’t know. I um, how about I have you come on the show with the dude. Who’s gonna knock sugar Shane out. I am excited. I am excited for Friday. I’m almost more excited. I am more excited for Friday show with Justin than I.

Speaker 3 (14:13):

That was good. That was so good.

Sevan Matossian (14:16):

It’s it’s David Lucas’ mom, uh, teaching his last standup routine. Let’s listen in. I

Speaker 3 (14:21):

Was like, it was what

David Lucas (14:24):

Are we live right now bro?

Sevan Matossian (14:25):

We are. Is that your mom critiquing your last standup?

David Lucas (14:28):

No, that’s not my mom. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (14:30):

It’s one of your honeys.

David Lucas (14:32):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (14:33):

Yeah.

David Lucas (14:34):

All right. I’m gonna hit you back.

Sevan Matossian (14:37):

Mm. Why? You

Speaker 3 (14:38):

Told me

David Lucas (14:44):

What’s up? Doug.

Sevan Matossian (14:45):

David Lucas.

David Lucas (14:47):

What’s up? I am not a morning person. Sorry. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (14:51):

Um, did you eat or you just vaping this morning?

David Lucas (14:53):

Just vaping dog. That’s my breakfast. I um, I do fasting bro. So <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (15:02):

How fucking excited am I right now?

David Lucas (15:05):

Don’t be too excited. I might be.

Sevan Matossian (15:07):

I’m so excited.

David Lucas (15:08):

I might be disappointing. You

Sevan Matossian (15:10):

Will not be, Hey dude. You, you know, I mean it for a million reasons you got balls of steel. I mean that gun tattoo on your neck is balls of steel, but you sat down. You, you know, it’s not easy to interview Hans, right?

David Lucas (15:23):

No, not at all or William <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (15:28):

Who’s William, which one’s William. I didn’t see your interview. William.

David Lucas (15:31):

No, but we had a podcast together. William Montgomery.

Sevan Matossian (15:34):

Oh, is, is he? He’s hard to interview too.

David Lucas (15:37):

Yeah. Any, any, any, entertainer’s gonna be hard to interview, man. We, we crazy as hell.

Sevan Matossian (15:43):

Oh, that’s funny you say that. Cuz I’ve had like 10 comics on here and like, um, Justin Nunley’s like the only dude who cracked a joke. Everyone else it’s like shit gets serious.

David Lucas (15:55):

Yeah. That’s the thing about us. We’re probably serious a lot though. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (16:01):

Um, are you streaming this live to your YouTube? Your YouTube station too?

David Lucas (16:05):

Nah, I don’t know how to do that.

Sevan Matossian (16:06):

Yeah, fuck. We gotta figure that out. It was crazy when Alex Stein did that and I could see his comments in my chat simultaneously mm-hmm <affirmative> and he was, he was making bank.

David Lucas (16:18):

Uh, let me call my call my producer and see if you know how to do that.

Sevan Matossian (16:26):

Hello.

David Lucas (16:28):

Let me see.

Sevan Matossian (16:30):

And I’ll ask you some easy questions to start. You can, you can multitask.

David Lucas (16:35):

Mm-hmm <affirmative>

Sevan Matossian (16:36):

Uh, where were you born?

David Lucas (16:38):

Hold on one second. I’m my B

Speaker 5 (16:41):

Yo

David Lucas (16:42):

I’m doing a, um, stream yard podcast. And the guy said that we can do it on YouTube live. Do you want me to send you the thing so you can put it on YouTube live or, or you good?

Speaker 5 (16:54):

Right? Is it right now?

David Lucas (16:55):

Yeah.

Speaker 5 (16:57):

I’m sorry. I’m not, I’m not, I’m not by the

David Lucas (16:59):

Computer right now. Oh no, no, no trip bro. No trip. Okay. Sorry bro. No, you’re good. All right.

Sevan Matossian (17:04):

See, that’s how I have to treat my help too. You know what that means? That means David Lucas. Isn’t paying him enough when you’re nice to fucking people like that. That means you aren’t paying ’em enough. That’s my problem too. Oh man. That’s why Caleb and will. And SU you wait till I fucking put up, make some money. I’m gonna fuck you guys out.

David Lucas (17:18):

No, he, he gets paid very well and he gets, he gets bonuses depending on how well my YouTube does.

Sevan Matossian (17:24):

Well, then he fucked up.

David Lucas (17:25):

I’m just a nice gentleman in general. <laugh> James Louis, Louis for the most part, even though most people think I’m an asshole. I mean, I am a asshole, but I have a good heart. Like if you ask me to do something, I might talk shit, but I’ll do it.

Sevan Matossian (17:40):

Well then let’s go fuck where you were born. We’ll get back there in one second. You, um, do you ever feel bad? Your roasting is off the chart and the only type of roasting that I’ve the only type of roasting I’ve ever seen. Like that is just through high school. We would have what we call cap sessions. I don’t know what you called them in high school. Did you call it capping,

David Lucas (17:55):

Cracking where you from?

Sevan Matossian (17:58):

Uh, the bay area. Oh, okay.

David Lucas (18:01):

Yeah. Well I’m from the south. So, um, we called it cracking

Sevan Matossian (18:05):

And uh, and, and just like, it’s like when there’s no pussy around and like 10 dudes would just gather like someone’s parents’ house would be 16 in their garage and then just one dude starts capping on the other dude. And then next thing you know, it’s just a session.

David Lucas (18:17):

Yeah. Big time all the time. Every day.

Sevan Matossian (18:20):

All day. Yeah. Yeah. Right, right, right. Um, but, uh, um, do you ever, do you ever, uh, are there boundaries,

Sevan Matossian (18:32):

Um, like when you and BIS being went at it, it, it, it it’s, you know, like if you call him cross side and he can’t see you, that’s funny. Or if you call him cross side, I don’t know where you’re looking. That’s funny. Right. Cause there’s a joke there. And then he says, I can’t miss you because you’re fat. There’s no baby. There mm-hmm <affirmative>. But without the, it doesn’t matter then when he just calls you fat or you just call him fucking, you know, whatever you called him. Yeah. Is, is it ever like, oh shit. Do you ever feel like, oh, I was mean, I shouldn’t have said that.

David Lucas (18:59):

Uh, no, I don’t have any regret for any jokes. Um, and I really don’t wrestle with people. I don’t know. You know what I’m saying?

Sevan Matossian (19:07):

Like, how about that lady on the stage who fucking had the, you took the, the fat lady on the stage. You took one on the chin.

David Lucas (19:12):

Well, here’s the thing, man. When you come into the lions, then you gotta wrestle with lions. So you came onto this stage, uh, knowing what this show was about. So whatever happens to you happens to you came to know man’s land. So, uh, at that point you’re subjected to what, whatever comes your way.

Sevan Matossian (19:31):

Totally, totally understood. She like, if she’s just on the street, she doesn’t get that.

David Lucas (19:36):

No, no, I don’t. I wouldn’t just go in on somebody random on the street because people are crazy as hell. But I feel like, you know, if you come onto a comedy stage, you know, what the fuck gonna happen? <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (19:50):

Um, tell me, tell me about kill Tony. It’s 10 years running.

David Lucas (19:54):

I don’t know.

Sevan Matossian (19:56):

How did you find it?

David Lucas (19:57):

I’m just on it. Um, uh,

David Lucas (20:01):

I mean, a lot of comedians were talking about it in LA and the crazy story about kill Tony. And this is why I’ll always tell people, um, do what you’re supposed to do. If you, if you’re supposed to grind, grind hard and especially do it on the days you don’t want to. Um, when I got, when I on my way to become a regular, the day that I got noticed, I didn’t want to be on kill Tony. My friend was visiting from Atlanta and he was like, because I had already, uh, got hired as a door guy at the comedy store. So I was like, and I had signed up for kill Tony before. So I was kind of like, man, fuck kill Tony, bro. I, I don’t never get pulled outta that goddamn bucket. I don’t want to pay for parking for three hours and sit in here and listen to all these whack ass comedians.

David Lucas (20:52):

So I was like, uh, fuck, kill Tony. And my boy was like, come on, man, just go with me, man. Let’s sign up for it. And I was like, alright. So, uh, went and signed up. Probably if somebody can go find that episode, they’ll see, like it was towards the end. Like me and him were legit, like falling asleep in the back. And um, I told him, I was like, bro, in 10 more minutes we can leave. And um, then they called my name and I remember like, fuck, like I did not expect that to happen. When I was walking towards stage, I was like, what the, what joke can I do in 60 seconds? And then the rest is history.

Sevan Matossian (21:33):

So there was a chance you weren’t even gonna be called that night. You could have like, there wasn’t there’s chance. You weren’t even gonna be called out of the bucket.

David Lucas (21:39):

Yeah. Yeah. It’s you get pulled out of a bucket, man. There’s there’s no magic. <laugh> you know, like Tony’s not doing any trickery, bro. It’s just a straight bucket pool, bro. The bucket of destiny don’t

Sevan Matossian (21:50):

And uh, and do you remember what year that was?

David Lucas (21:53):

Yeah, that was um, yeah, it was 2019.

Sevan Matossian (21:57):

And then, and then that, that show with biz being ironically was 2020. And that’s when they all started

David Lucas (22:03):

Announced? No, that wasn’t 20, 20,

Sevan Matossian (22:06):

No.

David Lucas (22:07):

Me and Michael Bisman had our interaction. Was it 2020? Uh, no, no, no, no. That was 2019. That was in the fall of 2019. You and

Sevan Matossian (22:16):

Michael?

David Lucas (22:17):

Huh?

Sevan Matossian (22:17):

You and Michael?

David Lucas (22:18):

Yeah, I’m almost

Sevan Matossian (22:19):

Fired. Oh, okay. And maybe it was just posted on YouTube in 2020. That’s why I saw that

David Lucas (22:23):

Maybe. Yeah. And a lot of, a lot of my clips. Um, and uh, I feel that’s

Sevan Matossian (22:29):

What, oh, November of 2019 I have here. Yeah. Yes.

David Lucas (22:33):

Uh, a lot of my clips during the quarantine went viral and I kind of feel like, uh, that was good for me because I didn’t have to go back to the comedy store. A lot of, a lot of my roast clips went viral. Um, my social media presence picked up and um, yeah.

Sevan Matossian (22:52):

Um, it, it, it’s a theme. It’s a theme. If you, if you go through his videos, it’s it’s for sure a theme he’s not fucking around. Who are you

David Lucas (22:58):

Talking to?

Sevan Matossian (22:59):

Uh, just, oh, just the comments down here. Work ethic. See, see someone wrote work ethic.

David Lucas (23:04):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (23:06):

Hey, when you were on that show with Michael Bisk, that was also the show where, um, to, uh, kill Tony. Um, Tony basically said you, Hey, you’re now a regular on the show. You’re a P you’re permanent. What does that mean? What does that exactly? Does that mean

David Lucas (23:20):

A regular on the show?

Sevan Matossian (23:21):

Yeah, that means you don’t have to go in the bucket anymore.

David Lucas (23:24):

Yeah. Um, you don’t gotta go in the bucket no more. And um, you, um, you basically get a guaranteed 60 seconds every Monday and in my absence, um, I haven’t been doing it so, uh, regular in, uh, Austin, but I move into Austin full time in August.

Sevan Matossian (23:45):

Yeah. I heard that. Is that a good sign? I heard the basis. You didn’t wanna leave cuz your kids are in LA, but now you’re doing it. Does that mean you’re taking your kids with you or

David Lucas (23:52):

No, but uh, I’m gonna fly here. Uh, I think it’ll it’ll help on all fronts because dude, I paid so much money to uh, just be in LA like six, seven days a month <laugh> which is so stupid. So it don’t really matter where my base is set up at. Um, I’m at a point in my career now. Um, I don’t really need to be in LA as much and when I need to be in LA I could just fly here. But I told Tony, I was like, yo, I could dedicate, you know, um, to kill Tony’s a month because the other two I’ll be in, uh, LA with my kids.

Sevan Matossian (24:31):

Hey, it’s crazy too. Because the more and more I learn about you, you’re definitely not an LA guy either.

David Lucas (24:36):

Mm-hmm

Sevan Matossian (24:36):

<affirmative> like the people there every time I I’m up. I’m up in Santa Cruz, right? I’m north of you 300 miles. It’s fucked here. But every time I’ve been to LA in the last two years, it’s fucking it’s zombie land, everyone there’s bat shit crazy.

David Lucas (24:49):

Yeah. They all, they all triple vs. Triple boosted. You know that shit fucks with your brain.

Sevan Matossian (24:53):

Quadruple scared.

David Lucas (24:55):

Yeah. Uh, liberal, liberal conservatives around this bitch. Uh,

Sevan Matossian (25:00):

I, I, I was hardcore liberal. Were you hardcore? Liberal?

David Lucas (25:03):

Never. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (25:05):

Seriously. You weren’t. What did your parents do?

David Lucas (25:08):

Um, uh, I mean, uh, my mom, uh, I grew up in a working class family. Um, wasn’t too close to my dad, but uh, he, uh, was pretty successful later on in my life, but me and him, um, were never close. So, um, that didn’t really benefit me. Uh, my parents were divorced, uh, my mom, she held it down, worked two jobs. You know what I’m saying? Um, we were, we did our right for in Georgia. If that makes sense. If we would’ve been in California, we would’ve been poor as a bitch.

Sevan Matossian (25:45):

Right. Hey, in, in your family there’s they’re like own the block or something.

David Lucas (25:50):

Yeah. So, um, my great on my mom’s side, my, uh, my great grandma Zia was a native American and uh, her dad, uh, how’s that go? They called him big paw. Her dad bought a whole, her dad was a semi rich man during those times. Uh, so he acquired a lot of land and then she left it all the grandkids

Sevan Matossian (26:18):

And now the whole family just lives on that block.

David Lucas (26:22):

Um, not the whole family, but, um, a lot of my immediate, like uncles and aunts do live on a stretch of land. That’s our neighborhood.

Sevan Matossian (26:34):

How, how do you not get raised? Uh, how do you get, not get raised liberal in Georgia? You’re in John, you’re in, uh, Jimmy Carter country. And as the great Joe Biden said, if you’re not, if you don’t vote for me, you’re not black. Like how, how did you not become, how are you not how’d you not become liberal?

David Lucas (26:51):

I mean, um, my views have never been liberal, bro. Like, George’s very conservative.

Sevan Matossian (26:57):

Your mom didn’t give you liberal views,

David Lucas (26:59):

Man. My mom was a Democrat, but she has no liberal views at all.

Sevan Matossian (27:04):

<laugh> that’s me too. I’m a Democrat and I have no liberal views.

David Lucas (27:09):

She has zero, bro. I be, I be telling her, I be telling her all the time. I’m like your values are align with a Republican, you know? So, um, yeah,

Sevan Matossian (27:20):

It’s, it’s not, I, I was telling someone the other day it’s not politics anymore. It’s um, it’s uh, unfortunately it seems like the vast majority on the left have some sort of mental disorder, man. And, and it’s and if, if 51% of your political base has a mental disorder, it’s no longer a political base. It’s now a mental disorder. It’s weird. It’s it’s fucked up.

David Lucas (27:44):

Yeah. Um, yeah, bro being from Georgia dog, I do not trust that Georgia was flipped

Sevan Matossian (27:55):

June, none. Conspiracy theorist. I’m

David Lucas (27:58):

Man. I’m not I’m I’m not really a conspiracy theorist. Um,

Sevan Matossian (28:01):

I don’t believe it was flipped either,

David Lucas (28:02):

Even though, you know, you do ha there’s a lot of truth and a lot of stuff that these conspiracy people are putting out, but being from Georgia and I’m in Georgia at minimum once a month, bro, cuz my mom lives there. Mm-hmm <affirmative> that, that I, I don’t see it, man. I I’m all around the state of Georgia when I cuz like if I have a show in the south or like on the east coast, I’ll normally like, um, I’ll normally like, uh, fly to Atlanta and then drive my mom’s car. Like if I do something in North Carolina so I could check on my mom and then, or like if I’m in Florida, I’ll fly to Georgia and then uh, drive to Florida or Alabama, Tennessee wherever. And uh, yeah, I don’t see it. I don’t, I, I, I drive through this whole state of Georgia man. I, I drive through the whole state of Georgia. I, I just honestly don’t see it.

Sevan Matossian (28:58):

Damn you fly a lot.

David Lucas (29:00):

Mm-hmm <affirmative> two, three times a week.

Sevan Matossian (29:05):

That sucks. Right.

David Lucas (29:09):

It beats taken a wagon across the country. <laugh> okay.

Sevan Matossian (29:12):

Fair fair. And um, how is, is how much of it for work and how much of it for family or, or you can’t, you can’t kind of partition it like that?

David Lucas (29:21):

Um, I’d say, uh, I don’t really fly for family. Um, what I would do like, so like I did Baltimore, uh, I mean I did Philly, not that long ago. And so, um, it is work family. So, um, I didn’t have to be back in LA for like five days. So after I left Philly, I went to Georgia and kicked her for like three days. Then flew back to LA.

Sevan Matossian (29:50):

How bad is Philly? You think Philly’s a shithole?

David Lucas (29:52):

Hell yeah. Hell yeah, bro. They, they, they need to bring the arm, the, uh, national guard, the Philly dog, um,

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