Have you ever heard of the doldrums? Have you ever even seen the doldrums? Well, you’re about to!

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Natty Bumpercar 0:09
We haven’t had a beat like this in a while oh let’s just take this out all right here we go

Aloysius J. Pig 0:19
what a call me Allah wishes and I am a piggy I moved from the farm to the big city they will call my name but it ain’t no pity they call me I say hey pretty big he

Natty Bumpercar 0:27
asleep on the stream see asleep on the train? I know it sounds silly or noisy. But I worry where we weren’t going where I’m stressed why we were worried to the boiler room bro

Aloysius J. Pig 0:36
don’t worry just know that I got this

Producer 0:40
man forcing your life

or seeing your nose driving because I thought I’m a mental frog who would do this? Because everybody everybody who’s with me now everybody everybody who’s with me now no raise your hand up to this guy and turn

Aloysius J. Pig 1:26
my car on see people call me your highness. Don’t get it twisted, bro. I’m just worried about I’m allergic to shyness which is

Producer 1:35
priceless. Price hurt. Everybody knows us priceless.

Aloysius J. Pig 1:39
egg sack to mouth Dow

Producer 1:43
soaring in Europe in the car because I can think this year my addicted to sugar. That’s why I’m so sweet. I love fruits and veggies. I never eat meat. On the sidewalks. The bikes go on street they stopped any snow. They covered stuff. When I’m rocking the mic, you know rock beats

Aloysius J. Pig 1:56
actually impressed? I’m very impressed. Very impressed. Very impressed with you. And all the rides and the music stuff you do. You’re given an array can take no more. Okay, better stick around for what we have in store. Oh, oh, oh.

Natty Bumpercar 2:29
1234 Holy, that was such a great way to kick the summer doldrums out. Thank you, ah, normally, every year that I’ve been doing this, which is over a decade now, August into September is brutal. And we only record like, a half an episode, if even that, and this year, you know, I think we did miss a couple of weeks because we were at the beach and whatever. But like, it’s I think, you know, we made up for it with this amazing song. I don’t, I don’t know if that’s like, just the podcast, or just everything, you know, like, you grow up, and you have your seasons, and you have your summer, which comes around and it’s ingrained on us as kids that summer is this magical time and you’re not in school, and you get to go and have all these adventures and you’re going on vacation and you’re hanging out with your friends, and you’re in the pool. And then the summer comes to a close, the summer comes to an end and you get sad. And things start to slow down and you kind of start to get a little nostalgic, and you start to look back on the things you did this summer. And, and maybe the things you missed out on and the things you used to do during the summer. And you know the things that you you miss from from from the past. And then maybe you get a little bubble of nerves that you’re going to be going back to school. And and you don’t know who’s going to be in your class and who’s who’s who’s going to be your teacher? And What room are you going to be in and what are you going to wear and what are you going to learn and what if you can’t learn it and then it becomes like this big well of anxiety and, and nerves. And it’s so different from the summer where everything is is easy, and fun and light knits you’re going back to structure. And some people do pretty well with structure. I sometimes do. But a lot of the times I don’t my brain just doesn’t seem to be able to make sense of structure, mostly because it’s a structure that someone else has invented for their minds. Does that make sense? The people who make structure, for the most part, are making structure that makes sense to them. And a lot of the times that structure makes sense for a lot of other people, but then there’s a lot of other other people that it doesn’t make sense for. And so, if you’re on the outside of the structure that’s been created, then you’re gonna be confused, and maybe even bemused. And several other used uses, probably, and, you know, for those other other people, then you have to find your way. And sometimes society isn’t super awesome at making roads or paths or ways for the other other people to pick up or figure out how to interact or to deal or to live within or just to be in in the structure. And unless you have on understanding helpful stewards to help you through all of that, then it becomes very difficult. And you spend a lot of time seemingly fighting against the structure. That’s what people sometimes think they go, Oh, why is this person fighting against the structure? Why can’t they just be normal? Oh, why can’t they just be part of the, of what everyone else is doing getting step getting in line? Is they don’t understand that. to that person, that line doesn’t make sense. to that person. What you have written up there on the board? Doesn’t make sense. I mean, that person is looking at it, that person is trying to make sense of it. But it just doesn’t work. It’s not seeming to make any sense to, to to their brain. And by they I am I mean, me, but a lot of other people too. And that’s okay.

Man, my opinion. Everyone is everyone, everyone’s individual, right? Everyone comes from things from different directions. Everyone has different experiences in their life. Everyone has different perspectives. And that’s what makes the world awesome. If everyone saw things in the exact same way, and everyone did things in the exact same way, well, then where were the fun in that be? Going to mix it up a little bit every every so often. But here’s the thing. Sometimes when you mix it up, the people who are used to the structure who liked the structure, get upset. They’re like, hey, stop rocking the boat. Hey, stop doing what you’re doing. Because what you’re doing is antithetical to what I’m doing near like, I’m sorry, I wasn’t trying to be antithetical. I was just doing what I thought was the right thing. What I thought was what I was supposed to do. Well, it’s not. Do you ever get that to ever feel like you’re doing what you think is supposed to be done? What you think is supposed to be right. And then out of nowhere, you get walloped. ballyhooed knocked about, hey, what are you doing? And then you’re like, Oh, no. And then you kind of stopped and you’re like, oh, maybe I don’t know what I’m doing. Maybe I don’t know what I’m supposed to be doing. What do I do? What do I do? And then you hear the phrase you like a deer caught in the headlights. All the other days. I heard somebody say, oh, it’s like a squirrel caught in the headlights. And I was like the squirrels also get going down lights. And I was like, why did we settle on deer? Like, are there a lot of animals that get stuck in headlights? If I were to be honest, I’ve seen people humans that are on the road that get you stuck in the headlights. I really think a lot of animals if there’s a vehicle coming towards them, and there’s headlights that are very bright and that are flashing at them. I think that the people are going to get caught in those headlights is all I’m saying. All I’m saying I don’t know why we had to put it on the deer. They did. I mean, you know, I’m not gonna and maybe there’s some deer who are fine with lights. You know, I’m not I’m not going to just put all deer into one bucket has always been a funny thing. Going back to the conversation we’re having before buckets pigeonhole. People love to put people in buckets because buckets makes sense. Oh, you’re this type of person. Oh, you’re that kind of person. Oh, you go over there. That’s what you fit into that bucket. But sometimes, and most times, I would say, people are made up of several buckets. You know, and otherwise, life wouldn’t be very fulfilling, I wouldn’t think I don’t know. And sometimes the people with the buckets go, Whoa, you’re I said, you’re in that bucket. Why? What are you doing over here in these other buckets? And you’re like, I don’t know. I like to be in several buckets at once. And they go, Oh, no, my friend. No. Go get in your bucket. You know, and then sometimes, depending, you’ll go and you’ll get in that bucket for a while. You realize, ah, this bucket isn’t as fulfilling as I want it to be this book is it’s just not what I want. And then, you know, as you grow and you have more experiences, then you start finding your ways into other buckets, and exploring different buckets. And then you kind of get to do Do you I guess, as people say, I don’t know.

Aloysius J. Pig 11:29
Yeah, yes, Natty Bumpercar have in the jam of the summer the biggest Song of the Year. And then he turns that and he goes into some medical metaphysical talk about buckets. They should call you natty bucket calm No, like

Natty Bumpercar 11:49
I mean it’s funny but I don’t think I like natty bucket car but I don’t know you know, we’re having fun with the song and then I was just I just started thinking like I do sometimes my brain starts sometimes my brain starts thinking not all the time but sometimes

Rufus T. Rufus 12:04
now I just check the URL for not at bucket con someone has already purchased that and actually a selling wonderful little buckets here so I think we can just move along from the bucket idea. I think that’s not gonna stand I think you know, it was a good idea pig, but I don’t think we’re gonna fly with that

Aloysius J. Pig 12:20
one. Oh, well, well, at least we’re you know, we’re not going to have natty bucket QA, but at least we got that that hip hip jam from Ireland

Natty Bumpercar 12:29

Outro 12:42
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