Achieving World Peace with Flat Earth Theory, Strip Board Games and Cool Cat – The Trevor Moore Show
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Achieving World Peace with Flat Earth Theory, Strip Board Games and Cool Cat – The Trevor Moore Show

November 6, 2019


– Before we start today and
get into the comedy though we would like to talk about
something serious that happened this week. As you’re all probably
aware Jeffrey Epstein took his own life this
weekend in his jail cell. And we just wanted to take a
moment and talk to everybody out
there and let them know that no matter what’s going on in
your life, even if you’re looking at life
in prison, even if you’ve been accused
of trafficking underage girls to a cabal of elite
businessmen and world leaders, there’s always light at
the end of the tunnel. It’s never too late, there’s
always someone to talk to. Your mistakes don’t define you. So we would just like to take a
moment and our thoughts and
prayers to Jeffrey Epstein and all of his family members. – Yeah, it’s so hard to
see your heroes go down. – Yeah, yeah. Just kidding, nobody
cares, he was a pedophile. – Yeah, he was a bad guy.
– Nobody cares. (laughing) Let’s start the show. (light music) My name’s Trevor Moore, this
is the Trevor Moore Show, thank you guys for watching. If you’re listening on SiriusXM
we’re channel 95 right now, you can call in at 1-833-TREVOR1
so go ahead and call in, we’ll answer your questions on
the air. And if you’re watching this in
YouTube this was taped a couple days
ago, like we said last time, so you’ll just have to listen
on Wednesday to call in. Let me introduce you to
my co-host, Blair Socci. Blair.
– Hi, hi everyone. Hi Trevor.
– Thanks for being here again. – Oh, it’s great to see you
again. – Yeah? – Yeah, so much has happened
since the last time. – How did you take the Epstein
news? – Oh, well, I was like, wow,
really going to miss the guy. Yeah, just kind of one foot in
front of the other now, for me. – Yeah, it’s been a long week,
yeah. My other co-host Sam Brown over
here, Sam is running social media. Now, every show we take a
problem that the world is facing and then we solve it and that’s what we’re
going to do here tonight so let’s see what is
our Question of the Day. (suspenseful music) The Question of the Day is war. – Wow. – Again, not a question.
– Not a question. Last week it was sex. – Last week it was sex but this
is war. So we’re going to fix war,
what do we think about war? – Thank god for this show ’cause
we need to solve it quick. – Yeah, we’re constantly
getting into fights with Iran. It seems like that is about
to pop off at any moment. North Korea, is that bad or is
that bad or is some war good? – I’m not a big fan of war
personally, I don’t know, but I feel like our powers that
like to, kind of maybe like a fight. – Oh, the powers that be love
war. It’s big business. – Well, sometimes things
need to change though, so. – That’s true, there have been
good wars. – Okay, Sam. – There have been good wars
though. – All right, okay. – Okay, what about the Civil
War, that’s a good war. – Woo, good point, wow. – [Trevor] ‘Cause that
made slavery illegal. – How ‘about that one, Blair. – We came out cracking on that
one. – World War I, no, World War II. World War II made Nazis illegal. – Holocausts. – The Holocaust, it’s illegal
to have a Holocaust now because of World War II. – That’s a plus. – Vietnam.
– Right. – That was a bad war. – Was it, I don’t know
what Vietnam’s about. I think it was the French were trying to get some
colonies back, right, something like that? – What’s a colony? – A colony, it’s like an
old city that uses horses. – Oh, okay, like tents and
stuff. – Yeah, tent city.
– For sure. – Okay, how about this, World
War II, Vietnam, Civil War, [bleep], marry, kill? (laughing) – Okay, [bleep] World War II,
marry Civil War, and kill, what was the last one? – Vietnam.
– Vietnam. – Marry the Civil War. – Yeah, I have a huge
heart, everybody knows it. – I’m going to go the same
actually, I think the same
thing. – Thank you, yeah. Oh, Sam, who do you want to
[bleep]? (laughs) – I mean, [bleep] Vietnam,
right, like [bleep] Vietnam. – No, but that’s not, you’re
using [bleep] wrong. Like, [bleep] is like you’re
very attractive. – So kill Vietnam, I think
you’re right with that. Marry World War II is
what I would go with. – Okay.
– You’re romantic. – ‘Cause there’s like,
Band of Brothers is cool, you remember that? – And you’re going to say
[bleep] the Civil War? – No, I said [bleep], oh wait,
oh yeah, [bleep] the Civil War. – All right, we’ll edit that
out, that was Sam’s racist, [bleep]
the Civil War. (laughing) – Okay, but I’m not antisemitic. – So let’s talk about war for a
second. Like, you know, why do we go
to war in the first place? What’s the real justification? Even the noblest wars seem to
have conspiracy theories attached,
you ever notice that? – Yeah. – They say Pearl Harbor, that
we knew about Pearl Harbor before that happened. The sinking of the Lusitania, the killing of Archduke Franz
Ferdinand. – Oh my god, I love that band. – And, talking about the
Epstein thing earlier this is the week, Jeff Epstein,
Jeffy E, this is the week that conspiracy theory went
mainstream because everybody, whether you’re a progressive
or a conservative, everybody believes that some
sort of conspiracy went on. Some people think Trump had
something to do with it, some people think the Clintons. – Yeah, but then Trump retweeted that Bill Clinton killed
him so. (laughing) Now we know what happened. – Yeah, confirmed. (laughing) – I am going to bring out our
first guest, our war expert. – [Blair] War expert. – Ladies and gentlemen, Pete
Holmes. – Whoa!
(applauding) – [Pete] I’m here to talk about
war. – Our war expert. – Pete, thanks for being on the
show. – What is that, what is that
power move? – This is professional.
– You sat in the middle. – No, so that you’re closer to
the host. – No, I see that but then–
– He wants you down farther. – Oh my god, wow.
– No, no, no, I liked it but it was weird. Nice to be here. (laughs) What is this logo? This is the only thing you
should be talking about is this logo.
– This is me as a telephone. – No, that’s Donny Osmond as
a seahorse cumming rainbows. That’s what that is.
– Yeah, over Los Angeles. – You don’t look like that,
you look like a Muskateer now. – I do, yeah. – [Pete] Yes, that’s right
and I don’t care for it. – We’ve got a lot to get to
today so we’re going to get to our
first thing which is war. – What is it good for? (laughs) – [Trevor] Yeah, were
you ever in the military? (laughs) – As what, motivation for them to like poke with their
bayonets? I look like a pillow person
that they would bayonet. I have not been in the military, if you can’t tell by my soft
features. – Maybe you drove an
ambulance or something. – That’s very sweet of you. There is a registered nurse
here named Chris and she, were you in the military, Chris? – No, I wasn’t.
– Thank you. – For those listening, we have
a nurse here in the studio because of this, this
is an excellent segue, we’re going to do this thing. So we have the requirements
to be a Navy SEAL. What we have here is a
device that shocks people and it’s to see if any of
us are able to put up with a large threshold of pain that you would need to be a Navy
SEAL. I don’t know, it doesn’t make
any sense but that’s what it says on the
card. So I think we each grab one of
these. – [Pete] This is happening? – Yeah, are you cool with
gettin’ shocked? – [Pete] I mean, sure. – Okay, for everyone listening
on radio there’s a device we’re all
grabbing. – Yeah, for everyone listening
on radio you should definitely watch
this. How bad is it going to be? Chris, I have clean hands, I feel like that’s going to
conduct more. – So I push this button.
– That’s why she’s here. – And it’s going to flash red or
green? It’s going to flash one color.
– I don’t like this. – It flashes red when it goes
green. – It’s going to flash red and
then when it flashes green you push the button as fast as
you can and the last person who doesn’t
press it gets a deathly lethal shock. – No, when it turns
green I push the button? – Yes.
– All right. – All right, ready, here we go, I’m pushing the button, it’s
red. – I can’t see!
– It’s blinking, it’s very stressful.
– This isn’t fair. [bleep] you, [bleep] you! –
Pete is leaning in, he’s looking at it. – I’m a Seal! ♪ I’ve been kissed by a rose on
the– ♪ (shouting) (yells) Yeah, dude, how bad was it? – Oh my god, it’s hard right?
– It’s pretty hard. – It hurts?
– It hurts. – Did it hurt bad? – It made me go, ah! – Okay, so Sam’s not
going to be a Navy SEAL. – I didn’t let go of the thing
though. – Let’s keep moving on, so we
also, because this is about war, we have in the other room,
we have a group of people who have agreed to come on the
show and a play classic war board
game that we can’t say the name
of it for legal reason. – Let’s call it, taking many
chances. – No, it rhymes with (bleep).
– And disc. – And disc, yeah.
– I get what you said. – So we can see them live,
they’re in there playing but they’re going to be
playing strip (bleep) – [Blair] Trevor, how did
you get them to do this? – I don’t know who they are.
– Okay, okay. – I can talk to them though,
I have a walkie talkie. – Hit them on the walkie,
find out where they came from. – Hello, can you guys here me in
here? – Who’s their leader?
– We can hear you, copy. – Where did you guys come from? – I’m from Puerto Rico,
Puerto Rican mafia over here. – He’s from the Puerto Rican
mafia. – He definitely has a
mix tape on SoundCloud. – And I’m from Chicago. (laughing) – So we got a Russian, a
guy who says he’s in the– – So we got Germany, Chicago,
Puerto Rico, and Russia. – Okay, now you guys are here
on your own free will, right, you have not been trafficked, this isn’t a Jeffrey
Epstein kind of thing. – Jeff Epstein.
– Jeff Epstein. – Too soon!
– Oh, he’s polite. – He said too soon. – Too soon. – Dude, that’s disrespectful
to Jeff Epstein. – He knows the guy was a
pedophile, right? – Just kidding, it’s not too
soon. We’re definitely here on our
own free will ready to strip. – Damn, bitch, okay. – Well, so you guys are
going to be playing (bleep) no, I mean, all night, sorry, I
said. – You’re going to be
risking game of (bleep). – You guys are going to be
risking the game of (bleep). – No one can tell me I can’t say
(bleep). It’s one of the words.
– You can’t say the name. – Right, I’m trying to tell Pete
that. – I’m not saying that game is
(bleep). – So you’re going to keep
playing the game and then you’re going to be
losing articles of clothing as you lose territories,
correct? – Correct. – All right, godspeed, we’ll
check in with you later. – The guy wearing a bandana, by
the way, that’s [bleep]ing cheap. – Yeah, that is cheating, you’re
right. – Oh, right, ’cause he can take
that off. – She has a scarf. – Should you tell I’m to take it
off? – By the way, the bandana
doesn’t count as an article of clothing to
take off. – And the girl has a scarf. – What, that’s not what
it said in the contract. (laughing) – Pete just said that. – Yeah, deal with it – This next part of the show
is something that we call That Sounds Pretty Weird. – I love this one. – You love it?
– Yeah, listen to it. (mysterious music) – I don’t like this one, that sounds like if you’re
being abducted by a hack alien. – This is a part of a show
where we talk to somebody from a group or a lifestyle
that we don’t really know about and might think is weird and
then we kind of learn about it and we decide if we still
think it’s weird or not. And today we have Mark Sargent who is a flat Earther
novelist and major player in the flat Earth movement. Mark, thank you for joining us. – Thanks for having me, Trevor. – So I’m excited to talk to you, one of the things that
we’re talkin’ about war and everything and conspiracies and this is one of the most
exciting or popular conspiracies of
recent times. Tell me, how did you get
involved
in the flat Earth theory. – I got into it because
I tried to debunk it. I tried to disprove it
over a summer back in 2014 and by the beginning of
2015 I pretty much gave up and decided to make like a
cry for help video series called the Flat Earth Clues
and said, you know what, I don’t think it’s a globe
anymore, prove me wrong. And here we are four years
later. – What is the number one or
number two, your favorite flat Earth thing. – You mean like a flat Earth
proof? – Yeah, something that you’re
like, that’s the one that I couldn’t
crack, that kind of is what turned you. – The one that turned me was
Antarctica. That Antarctica was an off
limits zone to everyone, it was locked down in
the 1959 Antarctic Treaty and no company, no corporation, no country can go down there. – The thing that always makes me
confused is like with most conspiracy
theories there’s always some sort of
motive. Like, you know, the moon
landing being faked. – This is a good question,
Trevor, you’re a good host. – Oh, thank you. – Just see where you’re
going and I like it. What is the motive? – You’re ruining my good
question. – I know, I’m sorry. – I Personally believe we went
to the moon but I could see the
motive for us faking it, because we were in a Cold
War with the Russians, they were trying to do it, it could’ve been a propaganda
thing, I get why you would fake it. How are they profiting by
keeping this information from
us? – This is more of a, the
institution of science, the foundation was built up over a number of decades and
centuries and this undoes a huge amount of
it. Which is if the world
is flat and enclosed, if we’re living inside a big
building what does that say about the
cosmos and what science has been
saying? What does that say about
evolution, the Big Bang theory, dark matter, and so on and so
on. It puts science back on it’s
heels. – Wait, Mark, I don’t
know anything about this and I don’t have any stake
in the game but like, if it’s a flat Earth do you
worry that you could just like
walk off the side of it? – There’s this ice perimeter,
I got this one, Mark, there’s an ice perimeter. – What, it makes sense if it’s
flat you could fall off the Earth. – I know you’re probably too
young, you’re like 22 maybe? – Yes. (laughing) – Mark, thank you so much
for coming on the show, thank you so much for
talking about this with us. Everyone, if you’re interested you should go look at his
videos, check out his books. Thank you so much for coming on
the show. – Bye, Mark! – We can check in with our
(bleep) players right now. – (bleep) is a type of ice tea, we’re going to get sued by them. (laughing) You need to say a word that
doesn’t exist. – I’m seeing some cut
ass arm muscles, honey. (laughing) – Why do we have that guy his
back to us, that seems like a bad placing. – ‘Cause of course they’re going
to have the women facing us so you know
why. You know why, this is war. – All right, the things are
going, we see a lot of clothes
on the ground there, things are progressing here. I’m going to move on to our next
segment. – In honor of Mark should you
take the globe off your desk? – Yeah.
– Oh, yeah. – [Pete] Can we get a pizza box? – [Sam] That’d be the polite
thing to do. – Does anybody have a place mat
or? – We’re going to go to our next
segment which is called, What’s it Like
to… (rock music) What’s it like to make the film, Gun Self-Defense for Ladies. And here is a look at our film. (dramatic music) (screaming) – Oh my god, help! I went to go visit my mother at
work. I’d opened up my car door and I leaned down to the
passenger side to grab my purse, and I just felt arms around my
waste trying to pull me out of my car. – Now this time we’re
going to use a pistol. – Hey!
(screams) – Oh my god! Back off or I’ll shoot! – Ah! (triumphant music)
(explosion booms) – Gun Self-Defense for Ladies covers from basic to
advanced knowledge on guns. From pistols to shotguns. (gun fires) It’s all you, whenever
you’re ready, honey. – Ooh, wow, that was powerful. – It’s her first time she
ever shot, what do you think? – Yeah, that was cool, that was
fun. – So you see what this weapon
can do to help protect your life. (gun fires) – Ladies and gentlemen, the
star and the creator of that and the Cool Cat franchise,
Derek Savage. – Let me hop right in
there beside you guys. – Thank you so much, thanks
for comin’ on the show. – Sam, all right, buddy.
– Good seeing you. – Good to be here, thanks for
inviting me. – This is exciting, I have been
a fan of the Cool Cat Franchise
for several years and a fan of that movie and
I’m glad you came on the show. I just want, we’re talking about
war, but I want to talk to you a
little bit about these films. You know, one of the big
problems that we’re having in the country is shooters and guns and stuff
like that. And, you know, this is something that we’re very divided about, could end up in a Civil
War about, who knows, and you are making movies like
this that are trying to tell people
how to responsibly use guns. – And to protect yourself. I mean, just what’s been
happening here. within the past two weeks,
it’s bad for everybody, it’s bad for pro gun people
and it’s for just everyone. And it’s just heartbreaking
and we need to find out how to stop this stuff, that’s
how I feel. – Yeah, ban plastic
straws but keep the guns! – We can check in on
strip (bleep) right now. Now we’ve got something going.
– Whoa, titties! – [Trevor] We’ve got some
people who’ve lost their shirts. – It was hard to focus
on what you were saying. – [Trevor] It’s really moving
along there. – I understand where you’re
coming from. – They never get old.
(laughing) It never gets old, I’ve
seen so many boobs, I’m just still like. – This is just like your video. – It is like your video. – Now, one of the things in
that video that we watched with the gun safety for
ladies, that I noticed is the attacker in the car who
comes up, later on you see that
he’s also the boom guy. – [Derek] That’s correct. – Was that intentional to show
that danger can be anywhere? Like even people that you don’t
expect? – He was PA on the project
and he did my camera B for me. And I make deals with
my production company, with people, you know, you come
in, you do a good job with me,
I’ll give you face time. I like to work deals,
with Cool Cat Productions I even say it in there.
– Nice. – And I do that with all. Bottom line, one of my
favorite lines in a movie was an Elvis Presley movie, you scratch my back
and I’ll scratch yours. – That’s where that’s from? – Yeah, that was from
an Elvis Presley movie and when I saw that I went.
– I’m pretty sure that’s not the first time someone said
that. – I think it is, but it was in
his movie. – Or as Elvis used to say, one door closes and another
one opens, ah, the King. – Wait, Derek, I have a
question. – What’s that, honey? – So men already know how to use
guns? – Well really only, in fact,
I’ve got so many comments, on the cover I put Gun
Self-Defense for Ladies and for Men Too. So it covers, it’s for
everybody. – But it just says, okay,
for ladies but not for like. – It’s for everybody.
– Bad girls. – Well I also want to talk
about the Cool Cat franchise. Now this is a series that
you have been making for kids and this is a character that
you came up with, Cool Cat, who teaches kids just good
morals and how to live. – I’m having flashbacks to last
week. (laughing) – So that’s from, which film is
that from? – That’s from Cool Cat Kids
Superhero. – Cool Cat Kids Superhero,
and so you’re in this, you star in that one. And you play Daddy Derek,
who’s Cool Cat’s father, and is, here’s a question I’ve
always had. – Shoot. – Is Cool Cat, is he
from a previous marriage with Cool Cat’s mom? – Okay, I get hit with that
one all the time, Trevor. – You do?
– All the time, my friend. You know, how in the hell,
you’re a human, how are you having a cat
baby, and you got a cat wife. And I’ve been cool and
everything, put the finger down. – I’m just agreeing, I’m
with you, that’s a fair, but it should be half human. – In my next Cool Cat feature
film, which is something that’s
very, very important, it’s Cool Cat stops a school
shooting. It’s something that we
really need to put in to help our kids right there. And just to add on to the Cool
Cat, that film’s an anti bullying
movie, Cool Cat Kids Superhero, and it also has a kids
gun safety message in it. But to get to where I was
mentioning about Cool Cat stops a school shooting the opening scene
explains that right there. – Oh, it does?
– Yes, sir. – Oh, that’s great.
– Explains how he’s? – How I became Cool Cat’s
dad and Daddy Derek. – I have a theory, can I say my
theory? – It’s a war scene. – Oh.
– Tying into this. – I’m a gun man so I’m, you
know, I got to put a little
action in it, you know. – Well, we’re almost out
of time here on the show. We’ve got to get to our round
table. Will you do the round table with
us? – Sure. – Thank you so much
for coming on the show, one thing I do want to say, one
thing I really like about you and the Cool Cat franchise is
that you’re not from Hollywood,
you’re not, you know, you don’t have a big
industry machine behind you, you’re just going out
there, you have a dream of something you want to do and
you’re just doing it yourself. – [Blair] Grassroots. – Yeah, and you’re letting
people find you and that’s, I think, that’s
the best way to live your life. – One of the main things
is, when you have a dream get out there and go for it
yourself. Don’t wait for somebody else,
take the horse by the reigns. That’s the message right there. – Also, let’s check in
with the naked people. – They’re gettin’ naked.
– How many? – [Trevor] They are still, we
are down, there’s not much left. – I’m going to attack you now. – [Trevor] How are they
all losing (bleep), I mean, (bleep).
(laughing) Man, this really hard not to
say. All right, so this is, this is our final segment
called the Round Table. And today we wrap, (rock music)
oh there it is. (laughing) All right, so let’s go to
our Round Table question which is, if there was another
Civil War, a second Civil War, they did it
again. – Oh no.
– But this time, I believe, in the last Civil War it was everyone split up into
two sides and they just fought each
other from the sides. So this time if they had a Civil
War and it ended up being state by
state, every state attacking every
state what state do you think would
end up the winner and why? Pete?
– The state of insanity. (laughing) – No, I think it’s like a nerdy
state that has a chip on it’s shoulder that’s going to come out
swinging hard. – Rhode Island’s got a lot to
prove. – Yeah, they’re like, we had no
idea but you’re [bleep] crazy. – Who knew, Rhode Island came at
us. – I think Maine, no one
remembers Maine. – Right, sly and sneaky. – I’ve never met anyone from
Maine, I’ve never met anyone who’s been
to Maine. – How bad would Texas feel
if Maine kicked their ass? We got our ass kicked by Maine. – My theory is everyone
forgets about Hawaii. – Oh. – They battle it out, Hawaii
comes in, they take over the ashes. – By the time they get
there the war’s over. – We could get them from so many
ways. I mean, no no, you’re safe. – Also, if we learned
anything from World War II it’s very easy to beat Hawaii. (laughing) – Whoa! – Isn’t that World War I? – [Trevor] No, World War II,
Pearl Harbor. – Oh, okay, I get ’em
confused, I get ’em confused. – Derek, which state do you
think wins? – I say Texas.
– Texas, that makes sense. All right, we have a caller,
let’s listen to our caller. Hey, Paul, what’s your question,
Paul? – [Paul] My question is, of all
the wars what’s the funniest war? – Oh, you’re sick, Paul.
– What’s the funniest war? – Bay of Pigs. (laughing) What are all those pigs doing,
pigs are fighting each other? – There was a general of the
pig war right over there. – That’s a captain, that’s
Captain Crunch over there. – Captain crunch. (laughs) It looks like him. – The Trojan War, I mean,
that’s got the big horse that everybody hid in. – ‘Cause of the condoms. – No, the Trojan War isn’t
the one with the horse is it? – Which was the horse war? – That’s a fake war.
– Is that War Horse? – That’s a myth. – Yeah, I think that’s Oedipul,
right? – No, that’s not a myth, that’s
reality. – Is it?
– Yes sir. – I didn’t know which World
War was which, I got to go. This is why I need to
know where your gun is ’cause I could go down at
any second, I’m not smart. – Okay, we’re out of time so
we’ve got to solve this issue. Okay, so we talked to a flat
Earther, we talked to Derek about
the Cool Cat franchise, we talked about, that was about
it – Yeah, I’d prefer less war
but, you know, here we are. – But you were starting
with the causes of the wars. Couldn’t the Civil War have
been like a rigorous debate? Why do we have to get into a
muddy field and shoot each other? – Well I think it probably
started as a debate and then they were like– – Men trigger easily, that’s,
you know. – You know what, how about this, wars are only okay if it’s
to stop a lot of people from being enslaved or murdered. – Yeah, Trevor!
– That’s good. Those wars are fine, if its
over like an oil thing, skip it. All right, let’s chck in on
our naked people one more time. There they are, that’s all the
time we have, we’ve got to go. Check us out next week,
our topic is aliens, space aliens, that’s going to be
cool. And we have a very special
guest so we’ll see you then, thanks so much for
watchin’, have a good night. – Thank you! (light music)

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  1. Man, when the first show had the furry, I thought you were being open and respectful, but now, with these guests, I now know what you're doing. It's disappointing.

  2. Oh my God, they got that crazy ass cool cat guy. The same one that tried to ruin the YouTuber, 'I Hate Everything'. This cool cat guy is insane.

  3. I wish this show had even more of the Whitest kids u know guys on it. but at least it's got two of the best 😀

  4. jesus fugen christ man, trevor man, you really sold your soul to the "children of the lie". Well, i hope it's worth it… cause you're cringe as fuuuuggggg

  5. This is an amazing show, Trevor is incredible, I was a fan of him in WKUK but I think he's even better as a host, and I do enjoy the cameos from the other WKUK guys too, I hope that's a running theme. I hope this show continues for a while to come.

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  7. I used to think Trevor Moore was pretty funny but this sad excuse for a show and his ridiculous ass choice of guests just…. fuck bro I can't respect this doofus piece of shit at all

  8. I like how the first thing the flat earth guy mentions is Antarctica being off-limits, including to corporations, but a quick google search will tell you that while military measures aren't permitted, some commercial activity and even approved tourist expeditions can be done.

  9. How is this even a show? The content is fucking garbage and the jokes are as dry as a mummy's pussy. Oh that's right, I remember; Retarded people. I get the demand for this show now.

  10. I got choked up when I heard about Epstein. At first I thought he was just tugging my chain…turns out it was my son's.

  11. Trevor has to open to Derek Savage by sucking his cock about Cool Cat otherwise Daddy Derek's gonna copyright strike this video.

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