Support Big Tails

Ty and Gustav are back for more fun as they talk about how they support big tails, brown drink and old albums as they answer listener emails and Snapchats.

Heavy is off hiding his scent from beavers, so Gus and Ty do their best to keep the machine going.   They start off by acknowledging once again the influence the boys over at the It’s Just Banter podcast (also known as IJB) had on them getting started a year and a half ago.  And once again they talk about the classic film  “The Conversation”  (if you haven’t seen it yet, you should stop and go watch it, then you’ll know why we are crazy about it.)

Ty lobbies for another appearance on Megan’s Movie Podcast and Gus reads some questions Megan sent in via Snapchat.  Ty and Gus are unanimous in their answer to Megan’s question.  Gus brings up a new argument against dinosaurs he saw on the internet and goes on record that he is someone who will support big tails.

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Does the angle even work?

 

Ty remembers some cassettes he wore the printing off of back in jr. high and high school.  The boys list off classic albums like Keith Whitley’s Greatest Hits and Pronounced Lynyrd Skynyrd.  They also talk about the importance of a good B side back in the days of cassettes and vinyl.

Gus talks about tanning hides or the at least the failures of attempting to tan hides.  Ty tells about the time he went hunting before class once.  Enterstandman sends a thought provoking email.  Gus shows off a new toy.   Dan from Melbourne follows up some proper English discussion from episodes past.  Hernandez and Ernesto send in their questions/thoughts about brown drink for Ty.  And ValleyButcher asks about smells.

So send us your emails about dinosaurs, favorite smells, bourbon ,  or rifle cartridges to canyouhearmepod@gmail.com

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Mexican Internet

Once again Ray Ranfill joins Heavy and Gus to talk old movies, answer emails and debate the merits of ordering things off of the Mexican Internet.  Ty is busy doing “paperwork” once again, or possibly doing research for his new side project with Megan from Megan’s Movie Podcast where they analyze each and every line from Tootsie.

Gustav gets the ball rolling with a  field report from a pawn shop and offers up a little show and tell for the boys.  He also discusses the wide open nature of black powder pistols for those citizens who may not be able to legally purchase a cartridge firearm.

There is some highbrow grandstanding as Gustav brags about reading fancy books such as William Faulkner’s Sound and the Fury, but Heavy tries to keep him in check.

Jay responds to his own email about the fascinating world of Sun Truthers which Gus and Heavy had never even heard of before.

There is some talk about the American institute of trial by jury, Bitcoin and HBO’s classic series The Wire.

mexican internetAn email from KJ about hangovers leads the three to ask where you would you rather order IV solution from the Canadian Internet of the Mexican Internet and you really can’t pass that up for an episode name at that point.

Ray talks about how awesome he is at fantasy sports betting and the like.

Fake Bailey Jay takes the boys to task about some hot sports opinions about Uma Thurman in Kill Bill, which leads to a very disappointing conversation with Heavy and Jay about their opinions about the film.  But further discussion about Tarrantino’s work is more positive.

The movie talk leads Ray to ask about regretting showing your kids certain movies.  Gus tells about how he had his kids watch the unedited Blaxploitation classic “Cotton Comes to Harlem” and how he forgot a few jubblies that may have been left out of the edited version.  He also talks about the fun action comedy “True Lies”

 

So send us your emails about movies, single shot shotguns or jury selection to canyouhearmepod@gmail.com

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Also be sure to check out Ty’s guest appearance on Megan’s Movie Podcast where they discuss The Breakfast Club.

 

Touch of Evil

Ty and Gustav are back for an episode where they answer listener emails and talk about old movies like Rear Window and Touch of Evil.  Sorry to sadden anyone, but once again, this is an episode without the one and only Heavy Longmire.  Maybe in the future, he will return to the fold.

Gus gets the ball rolling with a story of premature aging and discusses how people approach him for help in stores.  The guys then talk about Heavy’s propensity to close talk and discuss a recent report about an unbelievably high number of heterosexual men reporting to have cuddled other men in a non-sexual way.

Gus reads a couple of emails from Pretty Ranch Wife as she works through the back catalog of listeners.  She addresses recent roadkill adventures out in West Texas which leads Gus to tell the story of a classmate’s run in with a buzzard back in the eighties and how it ruined the dress of the kid’s mom.

Once again Ty lobbies for an appearance on Megan’s Movie Podcast.  In lieu of a appearance on a far more successful podcast, Ty and Gus head down the film path and discuss gay characters in Westerns like Tombstone and There Was a Crooked Man.  That somehow leads them to Charles Nelson Reilly (once again).  They then talk about how much they love Alfred Hitchcock movies like Rope, Rear Window, Vertigo, and The Trouble with Harry.  Not surprisingly, Ty discusses Grace Kelly and Gus has some thin shaming comments to make.

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Orson Wells and Charlton Heston in Touch of Evil

Ultimately they turn to the subject of remakes which they have mixed feelings about and that leads to a brief discussion of film noir and they both geek out about the classic Orson Wells film “Touch of Evil”

So send us your emails about film noir, roadkill, Chuck Berry  or which tv shows you wish Charles Nelson Reilly had been a guest star on to  canyouhearmepod@gmail.com

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Gary Gnu and Family Heirlooms

After so many weeks of jocularity, your three favorite educated hillbillies wander into semi-serious topics as they discuss business owners rights, Gary Gnu, and family heirlooms with a a few detours along the way.

We start this week’s voyage off with Heavy trying to sing once more.  If you like that sort of thing, then you are in luck. If you don’t like it, wait it out because it thankfully only lasts a short while. Inspired by his own singing, he shares with us a tale of him trying to bond with one of his daughters over Michael Jackson music.  That leads to some talk about seventies and eighties kids shows like the Lost Saucer and Wonderbug, which somehow leads to Gus claiming one of the actors in Wonderbug would go on to star as a non-porn role in the infamous New Wave Hookers 2.  (check out his credits on IMDB!)  Then Heavy tells how Mrs. Longmire tried to pronunciation shame him on the pronunciation of “GNU” but he defended the attack by citing the Gary Gnu show from The Great Space Coaster!  Heavy also offers up some New Wave fun facts (the music, not the porno movie) and Gus and Heavy have stories of stupid stuff their kids have said lately.

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Gary Gnu Holding Heavy’s Family Heirloom

Gus then stears the ship into a serious discussion about separating the art from the artist and how society changes their views on a persons creations if that person may fall out of favor due to actions or new facts emerging about their character.  Somehow that leads to a discussion about states rights, the rights of a business owner to refuse service and the legal and moral implications of private citizens excluding customers based on any number of criteria.  Obviously, we needed J.J.’s legal opinion, so hopefully he will correct us via email.

Speaking of email, Tellito sends in a thought provoking email about family heirlooms which leads the guys down memory lane and man is it dusty and dry.

Email us your legal opinions, stories of family heirlooms and thoughts on the sins of the creator to canyouhearmepod@gmail.com

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Heavy’s World Famous Baked Beans

The full Can You Hear Me crew is back this week for insane ideas, funny stories and Heavy’s World Famous Baked Beans.  After Gustav’s history lecture last week, the boys are ready to make each other laugh.

Despite trying to have a discussion about college sports team gear, Gustav derails the conversation early on with elbow talk and makes himself laugh more than any person should.  The guys get back on track and talk about the nature of Texas college sports fans.  Then Heavy and Gus vaguely remember a story about the horse from Texas Tech and recount an incident which may or may not have happened, but it makes for a good story either way (we are fully expecting hate mail from all sides after this segment).

Gus asks “what made you funny?” and Ty tries to answer while Heavy works to undermine the conversation.  Ty brings up Sid Caesar’s Show of Shows and Gustav tries to discuss the Marx Brothers, but it goes no where fast.

Then they turn their attention to a Twitter question about why they don’t use the song “Silent Running” by Mike and the Mechanics in the show open.  Gustav has reasons and he lays them out for you (but it is a great song from the eighties!).

Professor Brad sends Gustav texts throughout the episode which Gustav shares with the audience. Someday he will make a guest appearance, but only via texts this week.

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Get a Can of Heavy’s Baked Beans Wherever Trapping Supplies are Sold

Ty then gives some Oscar talk before Heavy talks way too much about his world famous baked beans.  The look of pride on his face as he talked about these baked beans was prouder than we have ever seen.

Then, on  a roll, Heavy talks about something extremely large he found.  This is a story not for the squeamish or more delicate listeners.  Plus Ty gives some further thoughts to his timing challenge.

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Nightcaps, Porky’s and Outdoor Magazines

All three of the crew are back for this week’s NSFW conversation that covers old-timey nightcaps, the 80’s classic Porky’s and Gustav’s questionable taste in outdoor magazines.

The boys start off with a little post Christmas clean up talk but soon wander into the story of how Mrs. Gustav did something to lead Gustav into being, as he put it, “not opposed to nightcaps.”  This leads then to a discussion about current eighties movies on Netflix, Ty’s love of Vision Quest starring Matthew Modine and Linda Fiorentino, and The Man with One Red Shoe, starring Tom Hanks and the greatness of Dabney Coleman.

Gustav then pulls out a copy of one of his favorite outdoors magazines and shares this issues’s table of contents, many of which with questionable interest to anyone other than Gustav and Heavy.  Heavy and Gus then discuss other magazines related to self-sufficiency, homesteading and general 903 interests.

Then attention turns to George DiGionni’s nut kicking display and Gustav recounts the Polynesian’s dad being in a nut kicking contest back in the late sixties.  Ty then recalls his odd drive-thru experience and may have just coined the term “frotterist” This leads to frottage, scissoring and tribbing talk with some odd hand gestures that the listener will just have to figure out for themselves.

If you like stories about the stuff Gustav’s kids say, you are in luck because he has two incidents for you this week.  Heavy has some questionable recollections about Old Testamant scripture and later denies any knowledge of the “popcorn trick”.

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Eighties Kids Remember the Hotness of Kim Cattrall in Porky’s

They circle back to eighties movies with a discussion about Porky’s, the hotness of Kim Cattrall and how Porky’s 2 helped Ty in a tough time.  To finish off, they respond to an email from one of Gustav’s former work wives.

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Thirty Seconds of Fury

It’s a shame, but due to the brown drink, over 30 minutes of stories which the phrase “thirty seconds of fury” originated in had to be edited out to protect the guilty.  But there is still plenty of nonsense and listener emails to make it worth your while.

At the start, Gustav is feeling nostalgic for the days of the early eighties when watching music videos out in the country meant having to wait for Friday Night Videos to come on or to catch a syndicated video show hosted by Bo and Jim from Q102, now KZPS.  There was no cable out in the country, so no MTV, unless you were one of the lucky ones with a giant satellite dish out in the yard and some sort of probably illegal decoder on top of your Zenith or Quasar fake wood paneled tv set.

The great Austin finally sent us in an email and he asks who would we cast to play ourselves in the inevitable blockbuster feature film adaptation of the Can You Hear Me podcast. Please email or tweet us who you would like to see portray your favorite educated hillbillies on the silver screen.  Austin also shares with us a wonderfully weird artifact from the sixties called “Communism, Hypnotism, and the Beatles” by David E. Noebel.  We weren’t aware that the three were related.  It sounds more like a Can You Hear Me episode title instead of an actual book.

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Communism, Hypnotism and the Beatles by David E. Noebel

Long time good time West Texas Travis sends us an email that disturbs all three members.  Then JJ warms our hearts with a tale of fisticuffs as he stands up to some Houston punks.  We also lay the foundation for our upcoming William F. Buckley Jr. episode so be sure to do your homework and watch “Best of Enemies” on Netflix to learn the background of the Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley debates during the 1968 presidential election.

As always, please email us your stories, questions or observations to canyouhearmepod@gmail.com

 

Turn Down Service and Talkies

In this week’s episode, the crew can’t stay on topic and wanders on a myriad of subjects such as theology, pornography, turn down service at fancy hotels and prominent filmmakers.

This episode was recorded after the podcast meet up at a local Pancho’s Mexican food buffet and at least one of the group was more full of hot air than normal.  Straight out of the gate, the matter of gaseous etiquette is a hot topic which leads to the idea of a dedicated bathroom to carry out the most foul of fouls.  And it may be impossible for this podcast to discuss the bathroom without weighing in on the eternal debate over which direction the toilet paper should be placed on the toilet paper holder.

Gustav points out that the hotels he stays at always arrange the roll in a specific direction.  As he talks hotels, he looks back fondly on odd things he has found left behind in hotel rooms which the housekeepers failed to find.  Talk of housekeepers then leads to the question whether or not turn down service is even needed in these modern times.

Frequent contributor the Fake Bailey Jay emailed the group to verify a fact about Gustav and to provide an insane suggestion.  Her suggestion then leads to a listing of things that are instant punch outs if they are noted in any type of erotic material.

Going from the proverbial ditch to the moral high ground, the team ponders whether our DNA predisposes us to spirituality and to seek a greater meaning.  Such a philosophical topic then leads to the idea that comparative theology might make the world a better place, if people understood what one another believed and why they believe what they believe.

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The Great M. Emmet Walsh in Blood Simple

Then Gustav remembers that Ty made a reference to Joel and Ethan Coen’s first film “Blood Simple” starring M. Emmet Walsh, Francis McDormand and Dan Hedaya.  The three then discuss their love for the Coen Brothers movies as well as Wes Anderson films such as “The Royal Tenenbaums”.  There is a bit of confusion between the movie “Blood Simple” and the Flannery O’Conner novel “Wise Blood”,which was also made into a film starring Brad Dourif and directed by the great John Huston.