The Duncan Trussell Family Hour
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  • 
The Duncan Trussell Family Hour  
  | EMIL AMOS II The Duncan Trussell Family Hour | EMIL AMOS II
    http://duncantrussell.com/emil-amos-ii/

    The Duncan Trussell Family Hour! Where comedian Duncan Trussell explores the outer reaches of the multiverse.

  • yay, family time!
  • feralkid said:

    yay, family time!



    Love is what occurs when the universe recognizes itself for what it is.
    owlsa support waned RIP orgone
  • The Prodigal Son returns!
  • Drone
    Owsla

    feralkid said:

    yay, family time!





  • i would pick the podcast over the mercedes
  • Thanks you sir!
  • thank the fuccn stars a new podcast is up, its always something to look forward 2 and i appreciate the content...maybe i speak on something after consumption
  • i walked out of the bathroom at moontower comedy festival to hear duncan saying "man this festival is like the exact opposite of what i pictured it was going to be."

    so glad to hear on the podcast that was a positive thing. i had a fuckin blast.
  • "fuck you, comedians ! ! !"
  • HoggyHoggy
    Hrair
    I implore Duncan and Emil to listen to as many Zizek lectures/interviews as you can (there's plenty on the net totally free), I really think it would challenge a lot of your perspectives
    Post edited by Hoggy at 2012-05-02 20:56:09
  • HoggyHoggy
    Hrair
    Please please be open minded if you do listen to his stuff
  • HoggyHoggy
    Hrair
    Godawfol nice avi, Fantastic Planet is great!
  • KHAN said:

    feralkid said:

    yay, family time!






    Thanks for the great podcast, it's my favorite time of the week.
  • KHAN said:

    feralkid said:

    yay, family time!






    Thanks for the great podcast, it's my favorite time of the week.


  • haha whats gonna bring you more pleasure, a mercedes or this podcast.

    were only a few podcasts away from subliminal lsd laced suggestions to sell all your earthly belongings that you obviously dont need anyhow and donate the money to a worthy cause, like the family hour.
  • weed, a porn magazine, and a few great albums is a good prop-list for any story
  • Emil is a fucking genius.
    Love is what occurs when the universe recognizes itself for what it is.
    owlsa support waned RIP orgone
  • human brains don't want to evolve. sing it, brover.
  • Fuck yes. My favorite guest.
    Black people really understand hats.- Ico
  • I think it's so fucking cool that Duncan and Emil are friends, Emil is responsible for some of my favorite music!
  • Only In the A-Hole...
    Am I Ambivalent? Well, yes and no.
  • KHAN said:

    feralkid said:

    yay, family time!






    Thanks for the great podcast, it's my favorite time of the week.




    Always do right - this will gratify some and astonish the rest.
  • Collective tribes of interdimensional beings joining together in a creative moment of expression Graham Hancock's Alienn/Elves/Spirit beings reaching out to humanity in the sacraments of awareness expansion This POdcast is an antennae for such communication Thank You Duncan for providing the connecting point the hub
    Post edited by derekdibbern at 2012-05-03 00:23:30
  • So good.
    photo lao-tzu-field1copysmall.jpg
  • Classy way to address the drama situation Duncan.. you guys seemed too tight to have this affect anything for real.
  • Duncan, your understanding of people and language is extraordinary. Way to keep it real! Just listened to the intro about the whole deathsquad dispute.
    Get out of line Lemming.
  • ARAWYOUTH said:


    I will admit I was surprised Duncan didn't rattle this one off.
    photo lao-tzu-field1copysmall.jpg
  • NaterNater
    Hrair
    My favorite episode so far. I have a platonic bro boner for you and Emil.
  • This podcast was just not doing it for me. First hour I liked and the apology was great and sweet. Maybe I'm tired and not in the mood, but I couldn't keep track of this conversation. I'll listen again later in the week.
  • messimessi
    Hrair
    WAIT THE FUCK UP Ive got 11 minute video on youtube with the best moments. in 5 minutes on youtube from this podcast
  • messimessi
    Hrair
  • wow, you guys go deep. really looking forward to the continuation.
    Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum
  • make emil a co host

    joe rogan should listen to this podcast and learn how to let the other person go on and take the complete time neccesary to make their point
  • Duncan and Emil, you two have such an awesome back and forth that can only come from many years of friendship. I ain't dickridin or nothn, but I consider both of you to be among the most brilliant artists alive (that I know of, of course) with abilities to transmute the highest and lowest truths of this reality in to comedy and music. To listen in on these convos is really really really cool please keep them coming!!

    on the subject of gurus, I don't think you necessarily need a guru. The way I see it, where do you think the gurus come from? Even if it's a long line of gurus the original guru didn't need a guru.
  • Drone
    Owsla
    BALLS DEEP INTO MY BRAINUS!
    Post edited by Drone at 2012-05-03 09:48:04
  • Guys what podcast did brian and duncan have the arguement on?
  • You Shall Never Find It.
    Love is what occurs when the universe recognizes itself for what it is.
    owlsa support waned RIP orgone
  • I tend to not really comment but I've been compelled to now due to the beginning of this podcast. I applaud you, Duncan, for being a man and showing humility about the Redban "Situation". None of it is any of the listeners business but if there is one thing that's constant, it's Redban's immaturity. I'm 26 years old. I can say I completely acted this way when I was 19/20 years old. Having this "situation" come to my attention during Rogan's podcast I saw that, yes Brian had a valid point in feeling slighted but when you have a beef with 3 completely different people, there's something up with you. Ari was completely right about everything he said about Brian. I shouldn't be surprised. So I'm not here to bash Redban and i hope he can look in himself to find better ways to address disagreements with people.

    I really don't know him or you, Duncan. I just know that from the outside looking at the situation, you apologizing and not saying "Fuck You" shows great character. We all say things we shouldn't at times or in the wrong tone but we're human. There's always room for error as well as reconciliation (I just reconciled with my mother two days ago for being a dick to her about something I shouldn't have). I'm sure you two will make up and all will be right in the Universe again.

    On another note I would like to thank you for these Podcasts. I was in a deep depression for about 18-24 months. Just got out of it 7 months ago due to listening you and Joe mostly. It all started with exercise and being consistent. it also allowed me to realize I'm NOT the only person that deals with the issues we all do everyday and no matter how bad I feel, I can always make change happen. So I'm proud to say I seek discomfort everyday which in turn creates comfort. It really isn't that bad. Fear is one strong bitch but only if we let her be that way.


    No more rubbing antenna's I say hello to people (With a smile) when I walk by. I don't much care for their response or lack of one sometimes. I know I put that energy out there.) I address cashiers by their name and say thank you to them. I have addressed the vampires in my life and fight them everyday because that's the only way towards true happiness. Thanks again and I hope this wasn't too much.

    Oh, you do know people earn millions for what you and Joe have done for me, right? I know I'm not the only person who has been positively touched by you two. It's cool. It's all coming back 10 fold. Have a Great Day!


    Thanks, Stig!

    -MC
  • About Duncan's comments re: coming up with a version of alcohol without the hangover or negative impact on the body -

    GHB or benzos(xanax, klonopin, valium) are similar. Basically anything that acts on the GABA-A and/or GABA-B receptors, the same parts of the brain affected by booze, will have effects in the same ballpark as alcohol.

    Those drugs don't feel exactly the same as drinking, but scientists could come up with an identical experience to alcohol in a pill if they really wanted to. If we were facing alcohol prohibition again, we'd probably see the gray market devise a legal synthetic version of alcohol in a pill pretty much right away. I'd assume that nobody bothers doing that now because alcohol's already so inexpensive and readily available.

    If there weren't the legal connotations associated with certain drugs, alcohol would be seen objectively as one of the hardest drugs in existence. In the past I've done sketchy designer drugs for months on end, and their physical or mental toll was nothing compared to alcohol. Just drinking a six pack once makes me feel like my brain and body have taken a massive hit - for about a week afterward, I can't form sentences as well, my skin looks bad, my mood dips noticeably, my sleep is worse, etc. People underestimate the stuff only because it's so common and legal.
  • Agree with @hoggy re: Zizek... good call.

    http://youtu.be/U0jxclqEJD8

    Hoggy said:

    I implore Duncan and Emil to listen to as many Zizek lectures/interviews as you can (there's plenty on the net totally free), I really think it would challenge a lot of your perspectives



    FUQ YT
  • ...I'm curious what opinions Zizek has that apply to this podcast? I haven't paid much attention to him yet..
  • i don't have an opinion on the dispute, but i want to express how much i love redban. the guy is brilliant, and i think people just don't quite 'get' him most of the time. although he likes to be silly and doesn't take himself or others too seriously, he always shows integrity and maturity when the situation demands it in my opinion.

    back on topic; could anyone tell me the name of the song at the end of this podcast? haven't heard music of that level since anton newcombe's glory daze.
    Post edited by rebus_minus at 2012-05-03 17:53:38
    Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum
  • i don't have an opinion on the dispute, but i want to express how much i love redban. the guy is brilliant, and i just don't think people quite 'get' him most of the time. although he likes to be silly and doesn't take himself or others too seriously, he always shows integrity and maturity when the situation demands it in my opinion.

    back on topic; could anyone tell me the name of the song at the end of this podcast? haven't heard music of that level since anton newcombe's glory daze.




    I noticed that Joe unfairly shuts Redban down a lot of the time - Brian will make a sorta absurd joke that makes perfect sense, but Joe still acts like the guy's talking total irrational nonsequitor gibberish.

    I noticed Redban gets funnier when they have guests on the podcast who actually laugh at his jokes. It's hard to be funny when you're around someone who makes you second guess yourself by acting irritable whenever you make a joke.
  • song: 'More Flophouse Blues' by HolySons
    released in the Netherlands in 2005, written 10 years beforehand
    record: My Only Warm Coals
    ..being re-issued in a few months, re-mastered with bonus tracks:

    http://soundcloud.com/user2506173/more-flophouse-blues-louder

  • ARAWYOUTH said:

    song: 'More Flophouse Blues' by HolySons
    released in the Netherlands in 2005, written 10 years beforehand
    record: My Only Warm Coals
    ..being re-issued in a few months, re-mastered with bonus tracks:

    http://soundcloud.com/user2506173/more-flophouse-blues-louder



    thanks! pure genius.

    Post edited by rebus_minus at 2012-05-03 18:40:03
    Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum
  • that was an amaaaaazing show
  • i agree with moleface. joe rogan has gotten considerably meaner and more of a total asshole as the podcast has gone on. redban produces his whole show and rogan's like, "brian's an idot." if the show didn't have brian, it would be mma mma mma mma mma shoooot me!
  • sitarsitar
    Hrair
    ARAWYOUTH said:


    Yup, he was the yogi. he came back to america and became a salesman. he used his yogic powers to become the number one encyclopedia brittanica salesman in america. they say his picture still hangs in the home office. he has since returned to his roots and now travels the country leading kirtan. here he is playing a 2am set at bhaktifest in joshua tree.

    Mr. Takahashi would like to see you all in his office now

    sitaramdas.com
    @sitaramdas
  • great show!!
    " we just wake up! Bling! Eyes of the planet open. That can happen". It totally can happen!!;)
    What a great conversation to listen in on. love you man

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