Dream On

Dream On

Update: 2024-06-13
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The hosts engage in a lighthearted back-and-forth about a missed opportunity to attend a concert. One host claims to have put the other on a list for potential tickets, but the other denies receiving any communication. The conversation ends with a thank you to listeners and a reminder that Marinette is a podcast for those who appreciate intelligent and insightful conversations.

Outlines

00:00:00
Intro and Book Discussion

This Chapter begins with the hosts catching up and discussing the recent release of their new book, "Get Honest" or "Dialying." They discuss the surprising reactions they've received from readers, particularly the positive feedback on the "Tree Hugged the Block" chapter. The hosts emphasize the importance of connecting with nature and the benefits of spending time outdoors.

00:00:16
Caitlin Clark and the WNBA

This Chapter delves into a discussion about Caitlin Clark's exclusion from the US Olympic women's basketball team. The hosts argue that her inclusion would be a marketing boon for the WNBA, citing her popularity and the potential for increased viewership. They also discuss the importance of representation in sports and the need for more diverse casting in Hollywood.

00:16:46
Studs and Dildos

This Chapter takes a humorous turn as the hosts delve into a discussion about the nature of studs and the absurdity of dildos. They debate the definition of a stud, the prevalence of studs in different cities, and the cultural significance of dildos. The hosts also discuss the recent controversy surrounding a streamer who sexually assaulted a man on live stream, highlighting the importance of respecting all genders and the need for accountability in online spaces.

00:25:14
Representation in Hollywood

This Chapter concludes with a discussion about the importance of representation and the need for more diverse casting in Hollywood, using the example of Andrew Schultz's potential casting as a Latino in a movie. The hosts discuss the potential backlash and the importance of challenging stereotypes in the entertainment industry.

00:43:37
Kendrick Lamar and Coonery

This Chapter begins with a discussion about Kendrick Lamar's recent concert and the controversy surrounding dark-skinned black men being accused of "cooning." The hosts debate the validity of this accusation, with one host arguing that Kendrick Lamar's recent actions have been positive and that the accusation is unfair.

01:04:15
Overstimulation and Coping Mechanisms

This Chapter delves into a discussion about overstimulation and how to manage it. The hosts share their personal strategies for dealing with overstimulation, including disconnecting from social media and reading books.

01:06:39
X-Men 97 and the Future of the MCU

This Chapter concludes with a passionate defense of the X-Men 97 animated series, which the hosts believe is the best thing Marvel has put out since "In Game." They argue that Marvel should have focused on the mutant saga after "In Game" and that they wasted four to five years of our lives with unnecessary projects. The hosts also recommend the Amazon Prime show "Fallout," which they believe is a fantastic show based on the video game of the same name.

01:19:02
Outro

This Chapter concludes the episode with a humorous exchange about a missed opportunity to attend a concert. One host claims to have put the other on a list for potential tickets, but the other denies receiving any communication. The conversation ends with a thank you to listeners and a reminder that Marinette is a podcast for those who appreciate intelligent and insightful conversations.

Keywords

Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar Duckworth is an American rapper, songwriter, and record producer. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest rappers of all time, known for his complex lyrics, his innovative sound, and his social commentary. The podcast discusses Lamar's upcoming concert on Juneteenth and the potential for it to be a significant cultural event.

Cooning
"Cooning" is a derogatory term used to describe Black people who are perceived as acting in ways that are seen as betraying their race or culture. The term is often used to criticize Black people who are seen as being too close to white people or who are seen as being too willing to conform to white standards. The podcast discusses the controversy surrounding the accusation of "cooning" against dark-skinned Black men, with one host arguing that the accusation is unfair and that Kendrick Lamar's recent actions have been positive.

Overstimulation
Overstimulation is a state of being overwhelmed by too much sensory input or information. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress, anxiety, and exposure to too much technology. The podcast discusses the challenges of overstimulation and the hosts share their personal strategies for coping with it.

X-Men 97
X-Men 97 is an American animated television series that aired on Fox Kids from 1997 to 1999. It is based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. The podcast discusses the series with great enthusiasm, arguing that it is the best thing Marvel has put out since "In Game." The hosts believe that Marvel should have focused on the mutant saga after "In Game" and that they wasted four to five years of our lives with unnecessary projects.

Fallout
Fallout is an American science fiction television series that premiered on Amazon Prime Video in 2023. It is based on the video game series of the same name. The podcast recommends the show, which the hosts believe is a fantastic show based on the video game of the same name.

Juneteenth
Juneteenth is a federal holiday in the United States that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. It is celebrated on June 19th, the date in 1865 when Union General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, and announced that all enslaved people in the state were free. The podcast discusses the significance of Juneteenth and the need for greater awareness of its history and meaning.

Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a shared fictional universe that spans a series of superhero films and television series produced by Marvel Studios. The MCU is known for its interconnected storylines, its diverse cast of characters, and its groundbreaking special effects. The podcast discusses the MCU's recent direction and argues that Marvel should have focused on the mutant saga after "In Game" instead of wasting four to five years of our lives with unnecessary projects.

Representation
Representation refers to the presence of diverse groups of people in media, culture, and society. It is important for representation to be accurate and authentic, reflecting the diversity of the real world. The podcast discusses the importance of representation in sports, particularly in the WNBA, and the need for more diverse casting in Hollywood.

Social Media
Social media is a collection of online platforms that allow users to create and share content, connect with friends and family, and participate in online communities. The podcast discusses the challenges of overstimulation and the hosts share their personal strategies for coping with it, including disconnecting from social media.

Books
Books are written works that are published in printed or electronic form. The podcast discusses the importance of reading books as a way to manage overstimulation and the hosts share their personal favorite books.

Q&A

  • Why do the hosts believe that Caitlin Clark should be on the US Olympic women's basketball team?

    The hosts believe that Caitlin Clark's inclusion would be a marketing boon for the WNBA, citing her popularity and the potential for increased viewership. They argue that her presence on the team would attract a wider audience and help to grow the sport.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on the nature of studs?

    The hosts discuss the prevalence of studs in different cities, particularly Baltimore and Philadelphia, and the cultural significance of studs in the LGBTQ+ community. They also touch on the idea of "stud cosplay," where women may adopt a stud aesthetic without necessarily identifying as lesbian.

  • Why do the hosts believe that dildos should be illegal?

    The hosts argue that dildos are absurd and that their existence is a sign of the toxic nature of studs. They draw a comparison to the debate over ghost guns, suggesting that dildos are a dangerous and unregulated object.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on the recent controversy surrounding a streamer who sexually assaulted a man on live stream?

    The hosts emphasize the importance of respecting all genders and the need for accountability in online spaces. They argue that sexual assault is never okay, regardless of gender status, and that the streamer should be held responsible for their actions.

  • Why do the hosts believe that Andrew Schultz should be cast as a Latino in a movie?

    The hosts believe that Schultz's casting would be a positive step towards greater representation in Hollywood. They argue that it would challenge stereotypes and help to create a more inclusive entertainment industry.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on Joe Biden's appearance at a Juneteenth celebration at the White House?

    The hosts believe that Biden's perceived discomfort with the event is a sign of his disconnect from Black culture. They suggest that he should spend more time in Black communities and engage with Black people on a deeper level.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on Kendrick Lamar's upcoming concert on Juneteenth?

    The hosts believe that Lamar's concert has the potential to be a significant cultural event. They discuss the potential for it to be a celebration of Black culture and a statement about the importance of Juneteenth.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on the importance of representation in sports and Hollywood?

    The hosts believe that representation is crucial for creating a more inclusive and equitable society. They argue that it is important to see people from diverse backgrounds represented in media and culture, and that this representation should be accurate and authentic.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on the need for greater accountability in online spaces?

    The hosts believe that online spaces should be held to the same standards of accountability as offline spaces. They argue that people should be held responsible for their actions, regardless of whether they occur online or offline.

  • What is the hosts' perspective on the importance of challenging stereotypes in the entertainment industry?

    The hosts believe that it is important to challenge stereotypes in the entertainment industry and to create a more inclusive and diverse landscape. They argue that casting decisions should be made based on talent and merit, rather than on stereotypes or preconceived notions.

Show Notes

In this episode, Charlamagne Tha God and Andrew Schulz dive into a bunch of topics, like the reaction to Charlamagne's book “Get Honest or Die Lying Why Small Talk Sucks”, the WNBA, ancient dildos, and Joe Biden showing up at the Juneteenth celebration. They also chat about the sexual assault incident with Michael Rainey Jr.

They cover some random stuff too, like a woman accusing Kanye West, their thoughts on her look, and the idea of adding random girls to the WNBA. They joke about photoshopped pictures of themselves and the weird concept of liquid condiments coming out of their fingers. They also share memories of their best summer vacations as kids and the importance of making lasting memories for their own kids.



Chapters

00:00 Introduction
01:19 The Marketing Potential of Young WNBA Players
09:03 Joe Biden's Juneteenth Appearance and Political Engagement
13:22 The Best 'Negro Spiritual' Songs
40:45 Random Topics and Banter
41:40 Opinions on a Woman Accusing Kanye West
42:39 Joking About Putting Random Girls on the WNBA Team
50:57 Reflecting on Best Summer Vacations as Kids
53:13 Discussion on Dark Skinned Men and Cooning
56:05 Excitement about a Potential Kendrick Lamar Concert
01:04:39 Conversation about Liquid Condiments
01:12:52 Ideas for a Movie Starring the Hosts
01:19:38 Closing Remarks

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