This is a very special episode as it’s our very first show interview, Here we go, let’s talk about the “Karens” and Street Vendors. I prepared a few videos I found on TikTok, so beware of a possible “Trigger” warning. Some of these vendors are selling Raspados, Nachos, Burritos, Fruit Salads, Ellotes, and so much more. I’m getting hungry. There is plenty to be mad about, but, are some of these right to ask for documentation from the vendors? Let’s stop, think, and talk it over.
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Get the fuck out of here. This wasn’t an appointment. It looks like I look at it. Look at the way that you’re coming at people, bro, like, go call me bro. I’m not your bro. I wish you were. I wish we were all friends, but that Had for some people to understand, why? It needs to fucking go…
Good afternoon. Or good evening, depending on when you’re tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres and you are watching the JTH show today. We’re going to discuss street vendors, but at first roll the Andrew . Alright, so did I beat you? Did I beat you to the intro? There was a lot of people that are like a first, the intro that I can be making me, you know, I like for the intro or something like that, you know, like, you know, so my audience is over there today, so she decided to move.
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She moves around, she moves around wherever she wants. He’s like, this is my house, whatever. So you saw that video right? In that video, you street, you see a, yet another quote unquote Karen, or I think for guys that call them Tim’s or Toms, which is horrible. I mean, even for Karen, it’s like, imagine that you haven’t got name and you’re like Kara and you’re like, fuck. Now I’m like, you know, Tim’s same way, you know? But the Karen, the guy is arguing that a street vendor should get the F out of here.
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Right? And like you said, he says this, this ain’t Pacoima. I’d have no idea what that reference is for. I’m not sure if there’s an area, I guess called Pacoima. Maybe there is, that is to him to, or to his standard. They should area. But he says is not, McCoima get the F out of here. Right. So, you know, he’s not the first one and he’s not going to be the last one. Let’s be honest, that are going to be upset because they, there are now and there has been right.
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And there’s going to continue being an increase of street vendors. Now there’s going to be an increase with feed vendors in my opinion, not because, Oh my God, Oh, the Latinos or Mexicans or Hispanics or whatever the hell they’re calling us today are invading us from Mexico and all the other little Mexico’s. Cause that’s every, you know, somebody comes from like, I don’t know what the Mala or, or Salvadorans Dyke up. I met the Mexicans. There’s also jokes out there that are like, we’re not all from the same.
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There’s not like one Mexico. And then there’s a lot of Mexico. So a little Mexico’s, but you know, whatever the point is, no, it’s not because we have an increase of invasion and they’re bringing all their customs. Is that something you commonly see in Mexico or for that matter South American countries? Well, for South American countries, I don’t know because never been, but for Mexico, yes. I’ve actually even lived in Mexico as a us citizen. And it’s just a thing, right? The street tacos, you know, a lot, there’s all that stuff.
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See it in parks, you see it. You, you pretty much see him in every block, two to three. Right. It’s a thing. So is that something that you know, because we have an onslaught of people they’re bringing that here. No. Okay. But why are we seeing that? Why are we seeing more street vendors? Well, I think primarily because we like to eat, I mean, let’s not, let’s not be hypocrites with all the green and all the healthies and all the payloads and paleos or whatever the hell they call it.
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We like to eat. I mean, I knew you do to look at yourself. It’s okay. We like to eat now. What’s the second reason because people right now, any jobs and they need to figure out how to make a living. And well, they go kind of hand in hand, people like to eat, and I know how to sell things that people would like to eat. Let’s go make a business. So what is a problem? And at the end of the day, I know you’re dying. Are you with the JT? Are you with against it? I’m both.
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Yeah. I got you like that. Just like with every other topic. No, I’m not trying to please. All parties hear me out. I have a legitimate reason as to why I’m with and against it. As some of you guys know I am a business owner. So as a business owner, I know specifically right now, more than anyone that you have to do something, I think the majority of us probably hate in that is paying taxes. Right, right off the top.
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When you’re a, you know, an ordinary Joe, you have a nine to five, you pay, you know, you still pay taxes. Yes. But when you own a business, it gets much more complicated. Now, when you don’t know that, you know, when you don’t have what, you’ve never owned a business, you may not understand the depth of the issues that come along with owning a business. Now nobody’s forced to own a business, but nobody’s being forced to own a business. So yes, if you tell me, well, you’re being taxes or more than you should, because you own a business where you’re also probably rich, that would also be somewhat incorrect in the sense that yes, I own a business because I want to, no, one’s making me, but the taxes are still not something that I got to get away.
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I can get away with. Right. At least not nice. Some people feel about these street vendors. Right. Which gets me back to the point. So in the videos that we have for today, including the one we just saw, you notice that the individuals, the Karen’s right. Calling the authorities, or just simply, you know, being a nuisance to these street vendors are, are, you know, bringing things up. Like where’s your permit, which is another thing.
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When you have a business and I have one, like I said, you have to have certain permits or licenses of court, depending on where you have your business, depending on what state you live in. Even what city, sometimes what municipality it’s complex. So is not like in some areas or, or as I’ve, I’ve known that some people in Mexico open a businesses, which I’ve also had in Mexico. And it’s also very tough when you want to be 100% legitimate.
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It’s expensive. However, I’ve also learned while being on there that there’s a lot of people that would tell me to just open it, like talk to the guy that owns a building or whatever, pay him cash, and then just have the business. And then when someone comes to, to tell you or something, either change a name like you can have someone come and paint something over, which it’s also something by the wayside. No, that’s a very popular in Mexico. There aren’t, there’s not a lot of fancy signs out there, right? Like you can tell that took some money.
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You know, somebody came out and measured. They had to have lighting electricity. No, no, no. Down there it’s literally sometimes as simple as either you go to like something, they call the or something to like, you know, to print out or to have, or have someone come over and just paint. Right. I don’t know what they call that, but they just basically paint the name outside and then just change the next week or next month, next year, if you need to get away with whatever the hell you trying to get away, whether it be taxes or whether it be anything else, you don’t lawsuit. All right. So it’s not the same.
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And it should not be the same right. In is the argument that some people have down here. So as a business owner, I understand the complexities. Right. And I understand sometimes the frost, the frustration that you may feel, which is by the way, just like the vendors right now, a lot of street vendors are popping up trying to sell things because Hey, desperate times coffers sometimes desperate measures, right? Maybe these individuals, by the way, we’re in a complete different field. And then, you know, it could be construction. It could be handyman.
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It could be anything. And nor am I saying them, because they’re Latinos find it could be lawyers. It could have been lawyers. Okay. And now they’re like, Hey, well, all my clients just fired me and I’m going to become a street vendor. So now they have to do that. Well, a lot of other business owners that are still struggling to stay open are like, wow. So I’m struggling having to pay all these legitimate expenses, peril, tax, business taxes, which are different. By the way, I know they just all fall under the category of cat tax, but they’re different things.
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Insurances permits. I mean, there’s a ton of things. Like I just said, and they look at Selma and they’re like, Oh, look at that guy. He has like maybe 12, 14, 15, 20 customers sometimes. And I’ve seen him cause I’ve lined up there. I’m trying to buy, look this, you know, three by $3, a little thing, $2. Cool. And here I am with like one customer. Now we can get, we can get all into the details and go back and forth about, well, maybe his business sucks. Maybe his food sucks.
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Maybe her business sucks. And maybe they looked at those better and may go open a latte or, or whatever business. True. True, true, true, true, true. But that’s not the point of this whole video and why these Karen’s are, are angry right now. Of course not all of them. I don’t want all of a sudden, cause I’ve been getting more and more DMS increasingly from people. I always say comment. Just comment it. If you’re gonna talk shit, just talk shit to say it. We can still be friends. We don’t have to agree on everything, but they’ll get the ms. Would say JT, look at this video, the last video which you guys should check out the Vanessa again, video, I’m serious.
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You guys should watch it. Thank you for everybody that watched it. And thank you for the people that commented. You know, I got DMS from a couple of people, my buddy included saying, Hey, ma you’ve should’ve mentioned this or Hey, Oh man, you should really check this out. You know? So there’s always going to be arguments for an argument. So for an, in this case with this street vendors, there’s always gonna be the Karen’s that are just being actual Karen’s. But speaking from the, from the business, hopefully these individual people, the video, the guys in the videos and are about to show you from these, Karen’s understand that there is frustration because some other businesses are either a forced to shut down and closed down or have very, very limited capacity while they’re still have to pay for a lot of permits and taxes and payroll.
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So is there a mix of feelings between them being upset because they see the electoral man making a whole bunch of money just by himself and his daughter. Yeah, sure. Maybe that’s maybe that’s part of it. Are they legitimately concerned or the wellbeing of the people that are consuming a food, you know, where it could be on sanitary? Yes. Yes. I mean, I honestly, I honestly think so sometimes, you know, when I get , you know, my website, they watch on I’m like, I know maybe, maybe, but it’s so good.
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It’s all good. So this is why I’m for and against. It’s a business owner. I think about the frustrations of owning a business outright legitimately when uncle Sam coming around either every quarter or every year and be like 30% police. Right. Of permits that you mind to have. I don’t have a food they’re handles or I’m sorry, food a handles a business, a handles food, food handled Misa. Yeah. So I don’t know.
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Right? How expensive, how difficult these permits are. If you have a business that handles food, but I’m sure they do. And if you know, you own a business, let me know, you know, how difficult it was. I’ve gotten a food handler’s card. I think once I think once when I had a job a long time ago and it’s like a task and you had to have a, somebody that’s either in the business that is like certified or they bring someone in it’s like a one or two day thing or something like that. And then the, you have to pay for it or the business obviously has to pay for it. So again, it’s not cheap guys.
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Right. So just understand all that. Can any of us say that these street vendors are doing all that? Well, let’s get into that in just a minute, but first let’s go into the next video. Okay. So we can have more context about what we’re, what we’re talking about here. So let’s go into this video that I’m going to show you guys. There’s a real good one. I’ll leave the winters yet, but let’s go into the second one. Go, go record what you want.
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No, no, no, no. You’re going to leave at five minutes. He’s leaving right after me. Doesn’t matter. Yes. Really? The recording me. Okay. Okay. It’s like out of respect. I told them out of respect, I posted on Facebook and all the Furbies respecting me. Okay. This is not your property, your property, everybody. You’re recording me. What’s your name? What’s your name? What’s your name? You’re welcome. So like I said, the third one in five minutes, you leave a good one.
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Thank you. you disrespectful? It’s cool. Don’t worry. So you’re all my favorite barbecue. Right? So I take a picture of your license plate.
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Okay. So let’s break that one down. Right? I like the, the first one. And even the last one, this actually this individual I would say is pretty cool. Right? He he’s trying to be polite, somewhat condescending. Sure. But he’s trying to be polite. Right? He’s not running away. It doesn’t sound like he’s, you know, or he was maybe, but maybe he doesn’t sound like he’s when he, she was recording him that maybe he was cussing at her or attacking her. Now a couple of things that after you get over that, like, Oh, but this or that for whatever side you’re on, let’s break down some, some facts, right?
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He’s saying, Hey, I’m in this business. Right. He’s he’s pointing out to a business. I couldn’t make out what the name of it was. But whatever, whatever business that is, whether it be here, supervisor, your manager, he, the owner, right. Whatever, whatever he’s doing there, he brings up a good point. It sounds like that truck that was parked there maybe belong to the lady. And maybe the lady is helping the individual with the, with the, the business, with the little cart outside.
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Maybe that’s what the transport, the, the cart. And Hey, if that would be the case. Yeah. Yeah. The point she’s picking up a parking spot. You can right now, Tommy dude, really? So you’re going to defend him on the, on the basis of one parking spot. I want you to use some critical thinking here. Okay? You have to understand when you own a business and you’re paying for your lease, you’re paying for a spot. There are so many parking spots as sometimes the, the, the main leasing office will give you.
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That’s why sometimes you’ll drive up somewhere and they’re like, Oh, for these, these three parking spots for this business. And they’ll have a sharp spite over these parking spots, because that drives business away. It could be, I know I’ve have made decisions. I’m like, man, there’s no parking. I don’t want to park. My mom was like, there’s a parking. Like, let’s go park down the block and I’m, I don’t want to work. So block and crazy. Alright. And don’t judge me. Some people are like that. They’re like, I want to be in and out, you know, that works up in their park almost. So what happens that individual, when this video is looking like, yeah, I mean, you’re Tinga taking up a parking spot to take away a potential customers of mine, not paying Elise in here, not, you know, not paying for some time.
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They even have a type of HOA, right. For the actual park or, or the actual Plaza. And she’s okay. Because I’m not in private property. It sounds honestly, it sounds like a really crappy argument, right. To say, yeah, you know, I’m basically taking advantage of all the benefits, right. That renting a lo a real full-blown location on this Plaza without having to pay any of that. I’ll just take this little spot right here.
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And you have to think of all that, right? You think about the fact that the guy selling the fruit or whatever the hell he’s selling, tamales burritos, whatever. He can be selling sushi, he can be selling COVID or what do I call that ate stuff. The baby eggs that people eat. Well, whatever that is, right. That fancy shit. Right? What is it? Heavy iron or something like that. I was like, well, whatever, whatever, man, fancy shit that can be selling frickin steak. That’s it’s not about what they’re selling. It’s about the fact that if he or she is selling things, he cannot fully control what the, what their, what his patrons or her patrons right.
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Are doing. If you also have the person owning that little cart, maybe not be the cleanest. And they leave a mess there. Think about all that. Think about all that. Right. And then they can just leave. And tomorrow, tomorrow that can be set up in a complete different spot. Ism isn’t really mean they’re going to come back to that spot. So those are the things that you need to think about, right? When you are completely blindly on the side of like the, the people all cause they’re, you know, poor them, you know, or they’re struggling.
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I get all that and I’ll get into it at the end. Right. But in this video, the guy made a good point. I’ll only gave him a, a couple, you know, I guess pointers for, for not being a complete Karen about it, you know, but listen to at least one of his arguments. Right. And he’s like, all right, fine. You know, then I’m going to get your vehicle towed in my opinion, potentially rightfully so. Right. Okay. So let’s move on to the next video. All right. There’ll be the last video be closed before I close out my, my, my points here are my final pointers.
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So let’s go onto the video. Alright. Cue it. Go
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We’re now. Hey, let us do our job. My daughter’s mouth leave. And what do you think he’s doing? He’s trying to feed us for a permit and is Izzy yes or no? Are you? I am. Okay. And can you just let us do our job when you do? You got a permit. Okay. Does that matter? Does that matter? I answered your question, but yeah. You’re still doing your job. Nothing permit or no, yes or no. No. You know exactly. But he’s the hardest working man. And I pay my dues.
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I pay my insurer. Ed, what are we, what are we doing? We can come in here trying to sneak in and trying to get some money for free again. We’re for free. Are you serious? No. You know what? I’m not taking. No, you’re not, but that’s not, that’s not a right. You’re a man. She’s a woman, please. Don’t do it.
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Okay. So wrap top. Let me say something against this individual. Personally speaking, I dunno. Never take children to the type of argument, a situation like that. That’s my opinion. Right? I have kids and I’ve sincerely, I’ve tried right to, to if I’m going to have, not that I haven’t very often. I don’t even remember. It was the last time I had one, but if I know I’m going to go and I know I’ll have something, you know, some type of argument, very passionately. And in my get, even out of hand, don’t bring your kids, man.
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Like that. That’s a side story, a side point, and I’ll make a video about parenting and stuff like that. My thoughts on that, but it can be a traumatic experience for a child. But anyways, so back to the video, this video, the individual also makes good points. Things like, does he have a permit? Yes or no. It’s a very black and white question, which is very true. It’s a question that a city official would ask you. Yes, I maybe I understand. He, he’s probably not a city official. I get it. That doesn’t take away from the, from the, the point that does he, or does he not him saying, Hey, your father Thiel, whatever whoever’s selling their behind the camera is taken away from my daughter.
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Break it down. Right. He is putting it out as, Hey, he doesn’t have a lease legitimate things that I had to go through. And maybe if his, if his food is better than mine, that’s undefended argument. Sure. Okay. Maybe that’s the reason that nobody’s buying your shitty food wherever this guy is, but it doesn’t take away from the fact that if the guy’s not there legitimate, he’s taking away business from someone that is trying to do everything legitimate. Whether it’s an argument about the food quality is or not, it does, that’s independent.
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Right? So let’s close it out. Am I for the street vendors? Yes. I love free food. I do. I think if I go to, you know, New York one day, I’m going to have a hot dog. I don’t care how many people have told me. Like, don’t have the hot dogs. Don’t like, you think there have no dog in the street. We know if they wanna know, I don’t know. I still had them. I still had them. I will. That’s just who I am. Right. Olympia, you know? And like helps me clean out. Am I for businesses anywhere that are not paying their fair share of taxes, their fair share of fees, right.
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That I have to pay. Yes. Are you at all of a sudden going to go left field and be like, Oh, okay. So you’re against big corporations. So don’t pay that. Yes, sure. Yeah. Save that. Yeah. Stop focus. Sure. Yes. I’m against Amazon not paying all the taxes and then get away with money and yeah, sure. Okay. Focus I’m against businesses. Even if it’s delayed, the girl was like, he she’s a, he’s always trying to feed us. He works hard. I’m sorry. Using an argument of like poor guy, pour this.
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It, that’s not legitimate arguments. They’re not listen. This is going to sound unpopular. And I’m okay with that. When an individual decides to go to Mexico illegally when a individual from Mexico or from any country for that matter decides to come here and be here legally, the luck to you. Right. I wish you the best. I don’t wish you to be end up in a cage that is inhumane. So let me get that right out of the way.
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However, do I believe that the individual, that individual is breaking the law? Yes. If you’re somewhere that you’re not supposed to be illegally, you’re breaking the law. Are there some consequences for that? Again? Just trying to be rational here. Yes. There are going to be consequences. Are some of those consequences, especially now in the United States, are they overly harsh? Arguably, yes.
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Right. Arguably, cause again, you’re gonna have some people saying, Oh, it’s bullshit. They’re all our, you know, the worst. And you’re gonna have, some people are saying they should be worse. So yes. Arguably the punishment for being here legally indefinitely, be inhumane to some level. Right. I’ve had people that I know that have been deported and they have told me their stories. It’s pretty fucking horrific. Just put it like that. Okay. Things that I wouldn’t wish on anybody. Right. That is trying to try and make a living.
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But those are some of the risks that you have to understand that if you’re here legally, you’re going to face. Is it fair? No, but yes. Yes. Because there’s a lot of people that have come here the right way that I know of as well to have waited the six months, even over that over a year to hear back from immigration, finally, get their paper, do everything that immigration tells them to do, which is a whole bunch of crap.
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All and money go to one and a lot of money. And then that individual is not working. You know, I won’t say who he is, but Theo, you know, you know, he did it phenomenal. And then there’s some individuals that I also know that have been here for a long time. And it’s like, so, Hey, maybe you should, you know, not go like that. Every time you see the fricking green car where the white stripes or the bar, whatever.
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And it’s like, yeah, I know one day, one day, one day soon. It’s like, no dude, you should. Yeah, boy. Remember, dude, I have that DUI, which then leads me to whole arguments like, Oh, Oh yeah. Do you, Oh, well you should’ve settled at the beginning. Nevermind in on apply. You know what? I’m going with this. Okay. So should three vendors continue selling without permits? No, because here’s what I would do. Some of them, those of you guys that know me, you know exactly. I will do it too with my smirky, Asheville as pompous smile.
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If I was, if I was a street vendor tomorrow, right. If all of a sudden I couldn’t do everything that I’m doing now to make a living and I’m like, I’m going to go, sell tamales are going to go. that’s what I should sell. And somebody came up to me, right. Karen it’s, excuse me. Yeah. You have the papers. I would be like white papers. Like my grandparents green. I would even go like that. And I’m like, Rinker ma yeah. Why?
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Let me see them. And this is what I would say. You want to get my green card and my PA okay. But you have to Burmese one of the thing. What is it? Promise you what a Brown Oprah means. Okay. You have to record me. And I was like, Whoa, why am I recording? Just record me. Some, everybody record everybody record. I will make a fucking fiasco. That mother fucker would never come back. And then I’m going to be know, I make a copy for you. You didn’t go. You can go. And you go, Oh fuck. I’ll be like, yeah, yeah, I got ya. Yeah.
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Okay. Here we go. So here go all the papers and now we’ll be like, next time you come back here. My shotgun now is fine. If I’m gonna be like, Oh, got real fucking heated. All of a sudden got real intense. He got ugly. I wouldn’t do that. But I would give all the papers I would be. I would also be that guy that would say something like on a side of fries and with papers, all legal. Do you know how much that would attract?
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I wouldn’t be all over the internet. Like that’s a guy that has legal and legal a Lopez. That’s what I would do. I would throw in their faces. Right. That’s how you combat this by throwing shit like this back in there. And peoples, especially people that are doing it just to be a Karen, like we said earlier, right. When we started the video does, other than just got here, like what? Go to the back at the beginning. I said it there’s going to be Karen’s legitimate. Karen’s there are, you know, there are just sitting there just for, can probably drive and be like, that guy looks like an illegal and people are gonna be like, they’re all talk like that.
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I know. I’m just playing. And I record them right now. Where’s your papers, amigo. Pep. Pele’s like, wow, wow, wait a second. My community I’m nah, I’m just joking. God can take a fucking joke, you know? But I would write, I w w I would have fucking told him back the ones that are Lajaunie asking me legitimately asked me, did I have had people that I know they heard me talk in English in the office. And then they’ll like, Oh, I’m new here as like, Oh, Jake JT.
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Right? Yet you speak English. And I’m like, no, I turned around right now. I fucking three 60 and I just fucking forgot it. I’ve had it. Do I get all crazy and be like, wow, you didn’t fucking hear me speaking. Listen, I know people like that exist. They people exist at Kentico jokes. People exist. That will just they’re bored. People exist. That will try to take your frustration out on you. You heard it in the last video, right? Not to bring it up again. But in that video that I put for Vanessa, there was even a military guy that was interviewed that he’s at, you know, at the time, I didn’t understand that, you know, people like that are just dealing with issues that they should be talking to counselors about.
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Some of these Karen’s should be talking to counselors, but some of these Karen’s, you have to try to at least understand some of their argument. They have good pointers. Right? All I’m saying is don’t be just blinded because of fits either your narrative. It makes you feel better. And don’t take things to a level that is so personal because you know, like, Oh, well my deal how’s this and, or my dad has his, or my mom has is.
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And if I kind of go against that, then I feel like I’m going against them. Don’t be romantic about it. Right? If you’re going to be a productive member of society, you have to have some good, critical thinking skills. You have to, you have to move past the people that are completely. And I mean, clearly just ignoring any, any fact, whether it’s a good fact or shitty fag, because they don’t want to hear it. All right. If you want to be someone that is, I don’t know, just a well rounded human being, man.
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Just hear, hear both sides. Right? The Karen, by the way, that was her know that she was a colon police in New York or something a while back on the little girl that was like selling lemonade or something on tide, you know that right there, come on. She’s being a fucking Dick. It was closed. Water bottles that I know of. And she called the cops, even from my understanding, if I’m not mistaken and I may be mistaken, the cops, I think didn’t even come up or show up or they showed up and left. That’s a complete, Karen she’s selling fucking water bottles are a clothes.
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It’s a little girl was like the girl scout cookies, kind of kinda thing. You know what I mean? Like I, sometimes I, one thing that I’m like a sweet, by the way, you might laugh about it, but I don’t, but I’ll go buy four or five cookies or boxes of cookies. Right. Cause I’m like, Hey, it’s a little, it’s a child. It’s different for that. I am romantic. That’s a different story. And I’m going to I’ve and she parked it down. I know when I draw the line, even my wife’s over there, like it would have been go here, but you know, that’s, that’s my line with little kids. That’s my line. But somewhere I’ll be like all the street vendors be like a J D Decaux get there’s a kid.
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It’s okay. When he thought I wasn’t anyways, guys, that’s it for today. Thanks for watching. Oh, one last one. This is in relating in relation to this, to those mother efforts, attacking treat vendors. Fuck you straight up. Like, those are the there’s some videos. So people know my was like, who the fuck? So I’ll tell you later, there are some people out there. There are tucking street vendors and trying to steal from them.
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That’s fucking bullshit that right. 100%. I have. I have no argument for that kick. Fuck those guys. Anyways, other than that, we’re good to go. Now you guys can leave, like subscribe and until the next one, see ya.