Genuinely GG
Genuinely GG

Episode · 1 year ago

Lonny The Street Lawyer

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

This week GG and Anita sit down with Lonny "The Street Lawyer" Bramzon to talk all legal aspects of today's Cannabis industry.

From Straw Hut Media Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

STRAWT media. You know her from Shaws of sunset. You know she doesn't hold back. My Fuck. So the COP comes up and beside hi. How are you, ladies? And then I was like what, What's wrong? You know, like what's up? I'm scared shitless. He's like, it smells like Pott in here. This is genuinely gee. I neither. Are you stretching by BEFO podcast? Is this schools over here stretching? Welcome to everybody's a genuinely geg. How are you, Anita? I'm good, I'm good. Yeah, a little shook it up. Yeah, everybody out there, we had a little bit of an Alat, we had a little bit of an La, we had a it's they should call it in a la, because earthquakes only happen in fucking La. Feels like we had an earthquake, right, we did. Well, they shook up. Were you scared? I to be honest, I didn't feel it. So the first times I so I take it back. I was not shooken up. You are such fake, but you're so fake, you're so fair, you're so good. After that interview last week, the fake famous shit, she's willing to go all the way you guys now I do not feel at this time, but but I did. You know, obviously some of the news, and I got my phone call from my sister, my other sister, my mom and everyone like, Oh my God, did you feel it at forty four anothery're crazy whole topic. Yeah, but yeah, you felt it right and I felt the whole shelf fell over and everything broken. Well, this this shelf in this studio fell over, which was interesting. I just didn't think I would feel it, living where I live now, being on top of a hill. I just guess. I don't know, but I did. Jo. Jo did not bark, she didn't do anything. She just did one of those really loud like you know when you're snoring and someone like interrupts for sleeping, into one of those like Oh oh, yeah, like to like choke or some shit. Sorry, you guys, I had to make I think it just talked aloose. I think she's just she like hurt herself. That's so. They just like snort it up my nose, ring into my brain or something and swallowed it. Okay, Oh my God, this is right. It was. Did you feel it for me? I did. Do have me to do anything. No, Oh, trauma to three. No, I took it out. Thank Oh my God, no, I just got my nose ring. Yeah, oh my gosh, I had my nose per since I was thirteen. Noticed that. Why did you take it out? It's been a little I don't know, Elijah, she was pulling it everything. My necklace is my earrings and the one and I know you have nothing on you. Well, my bracelets and rings, but I stopped wearing my leg necklace for a while because he broke my other chain. I'm just waiting, so I asked you for your jeweler's name so I can get my wife. We gotta do it, okay. Anyways, Hey guys, apparently this earthquake shook shit up a little bit more more than expect it, but we're used to that in la. We're used to that. I mean, I feel like, aside from the actual earthquake, there's just no amount of shaking that we, you know, can't handle. I feel like we go through so much every week, every month, every year. Last year was horrible for so money. This year is proving to be so hard on so many and just, you know, just hearing about what happened to DMX. Yeah, that was just God first. We just keep you losing these legends, you know, and it's a little scary and it's sad, you know. And I feel like this whole situation that happened with dmx is personal because I grew up with his music, you grew up with his music, his movies, and we knew that he had these drug issues in the past. We all know that he's been in and out Rehab and has had his fair share issues, but nobody wants, you know, that person to get to this point where they're stuck in the hospital and a vegetative state, yeah, and not going to probably survive because their brain does not look into good as well. Yeah, whatever. Yeah, it's sad. Yeah, it's very sad. It's really sad. I mean it was from my knowledge it was. He was in White Plains, New York. Yeah, why plant, New York, Eleven PM at night in his own house on Friday night and had a heart attack from the overdose. It's a heart attack of the overdog. I didn't I wasn't able to find out if, what, what kind? I don't know either. I didn't read that. I was going to. I was gonna ask you if you know what it was about or anything? What about the previous drug stuff? What do you know? What was it? Obviously you know. For me, I don't care really because drugs are drugs. Like those type of drugs. It's just on one category. That's why bothers me when I see stuff like weed in that type of a category because it's just unfortunate and I think of, you know, Rehab. I've been to Rehab, you know. I in two thousand and five. I did a hundred and twenty days a rehab because I had...

...a hard drug history. You know, back then we'd was also illegal, so we'd was an issue. Cocaine was an issue. I was snorting a lot of ecstasy. I had odd probably twice ord it. Oh my God, I used to crush it. Yeah, you can smart a much. You can almost snort anything, Huh, which is scary because I was in high school, you know, snorting white out. Oh yeah, I think one time in high school someone try to get me to do funded. Oh Wow, but I didn't do that. I'm scared that's a classes. I forgot at anything. It's going to my name lay on. It's the scary world, darker and I think that you have to be really hurting a lot that you need to numb yourself, and I don't want medicate yourself and get to this point, because he himself he didn't want to overdose. He just wanted to feel less pain or sadness or whatever it was he was feeling. You know, to him it was his medicine. Yeah, unfortunately wasn't the right type. And I just I hope them pray and they are there today. I guess at five PM Eastern Times they're doing like a big thing at the hospital for people to come out, and I do like a big Praygel, like visual and yeah, so that's really sweet. So I guess from everyone from a far can you know you going in? He has a lot of celebrity love. A lot of celebrity love. I mean that I'll pour of messages in tweets and instagram posts and it's just, even though it doesn't do anything to someone's life, it really does show a form of unity. When we all want we can really come together and and that's a healing energy and I'm hoping that all of us coming together and praying for him and, you know, posting post, post positive words, positivity. You can never go wrong and never you can never go wrong. You know, it's a united failing that, I feel, really heals people. Yeah, so I wish him the absolute best, Y'all, do. We wish him the best. And Yeah, hope you fix it through. Definitely hope he makes it through and I hope that this is just another fluke and he gets better and does a good rehab and from there just realizes that he was done with that, you know, and I know there's a lot of rehabs out there. I mean the one I went to, I did a really rough one. I did a hospitalization rehab right to for US do seven days of hospitalization where it was intense because some of the people in the other rooms were kicking from heroin and meth and stuff. And why did you do that? That was when they said I was drinking about I was dreaming about three to four bottles per night and they said my liver was about to explode. Like we drinking what like like whine or like. I was drinking both by wine per night and then when I turned it into vodka, be a bottle of vodka per night. But I was just, you know, and that was because when I could doing drugs. I substituted with alcohol. You're supposed to quit everything, but I was so young when I quit doing drugs that I was still going to clubs, you know, I was in my tent s and stuff. So it's a mixed world. It's a mixed world. And then you know something like this, when you're on TV and you get this little bit of fame and parties comes with that, and I'm not even near, you know, dmx's level on the type of places and parties and people he has around them, but I've seen just a tiny drop with it, and it's a scary place, you know, it's a really scary place. I just hope that he does well and he recovers and we we wish you really well, dam x. We wish you the best. But that being said, I want to sort of switch gears a bit. Want to talk about something that used to be a drug but is no longer a drug and certain states anymore, and probably one of my favorite things to you topic. Yeah, cannabis. I of cannabis so much. You guys all know that I have Lu saw and I use it for healing and all sorts of things. But I think one thing that we all have a bit of trouble with is the laws pertaining to cannabis, and I feel like no matter what we think, we know it's legal in our state, we can smoke it. We'll guess what. There are certain things you cannot do, even in illegal state. So I'm really excited to get into that this episode. I need. I'm actually really excited to introduce our first guests because in the world of cannabis, which everyone knows I'm very much involved with, there's a lot of different levels to it. It's not just me saying it's a medical thing right now. It's very much a legal thing out there and not all states are legalized, and in the states that are legalized, people don't really know what those laws are. They don't know what they're allowed to do and what they're not allowed...

...to do, you know. So everyone's still a little scared and I have here today Lonnie the street lawyer, which let me tell you how I found Lonnie the street lawyer. I you guys know, I had a Tommy Chung on recently for genuinely gg episode, and I follow Tommy Chang on instagram and then I come across one of his posts which which is about Lonnie the street lawyer. And for those of you who can't, you know, see Lonnie right now and having googled him yet to see what he looks like, please do so. But let me tell you what he looks like when you just look at his instagram. To me, Lonnie just looks like a cross between a New Yorker and this swab guy from Miami that just gets all the ladies and stuff, you know, and then when you push the Mute Button, at the mute button on the videos on his instagram, you're like, Holy Shit, this guy's really, really educated, knows what the hell he's talking about. Okay, let me push follow. And that's how it happened for me. And then I started really listening to your stuff, Lonnie, and following your stuff and I was just so impressed by everything. And then I started reading your bio and you graduated from Stanford University and Columbia Law School. That's massive and looking at you, I tell you, for someone like me who gets judged by the way I look you, I judged you. I did so I judge welcome to genuine the GG. Thank you for being here, Lonnie the street lawyer. Well, first of all. That was literally that kindest I ever said period to me in my life ever, including grandmas and all that stuff. Yeah, I'm flattered and grateful to be here. I can't wait. I want to get crazy with I will talk about laws and whatever. So was was my description of the way you look? Was it kind of like, kind of like okay, or and maybe last what do you mean? This is what are you thinking, Metta? You got when? You know? Yeah, because the first one before I started like kind of digging deeper, was I saw your tattoos and like you there you're doing like push ups and this and that and like your hand stands and all stuff. And then and I just was like, okay, yeah, a little like Macho Guy, you know, Jersey this not. And then, and then, yeah, I started reading a more about you, your bio and stuff, and I was like, damn, like Stanford Coloria. And then, like, I've saw some of your little short videos and you're always like in your nice suits and like with your like so, Lonnie, why don't we tell tell everybody? Yeah, Never Ya, I'm he's ladder. He's like we're gonna keep it, we're going to keep it coming as long as you do as well, we'll do you better. Trust me, Lonnie. Tell everybody exactly what you do. Tell everyone out there what it is you do. All right, so I was a criminal defense attorney, a trial attorney, for sixteen years and I still have my practice, but now I have a gifting shop in d see in a cannabis brand called street lawyer services, and we got a booming gifting shop in DC. We sadly go coupons and give cannabis and we're growing that brand and I also give advice because I've seen so many of these things turned badly for so many people for so many years and now I have an opportunity to work with it and help the people who've been getting in trouble. So we're working on that too and in help guide people who want to get into this, who can still get in trouble and don't realize it. And that's kind of what I'm sure a lot of peorouble out there, I mean not me, because I do you cannabis a little bit differently, but I'm sure a lot of people out there might be thinking this guy sells weed or smoke sweet all day and he's a lawyer. Like, how does that work. I know how it works. But what do you how do you justify that? Like as far as being able to be high be productive? Yeah, that kind of thing. Some people, I know they'll be like, look, I can't do it. If I smoke, I'm going to get high, I can't do anything. But in my life, the more I smoke, the more I've been involved in cannabis. It's just brought me more fortune and fame and romance, and so the more I smoke it and the more I get involved with it, the might it brings me. Now I get some people get too high in camp work and can't be productive. You Guys Gage Your own you know your own self, right. So do you view you view weed more as something like that's just medicinal for you. It helps you, it's everything for you. That just your xanax or happy pill. You're all that. Do you see it that way? Because that's how I see it. Yes, Um, it's my medicine and it's also my recreation. To you know, people like, Oh, you know health, that if it's health benefits. Yeah, and okay, absolutely in societal benefits. But what about you know what? I also like to smoke and just relax and chilled to and that's so.

And then you also you also know how to help defend those people who cannot have the luxury of saying it's awesome, my recreation too, because there are states that don't allow that right and there are people who are getting in trouble left and right. I love and I advocate for what you are doing, which is advocating for these states to do expungements, and that's great. You know, I love being from California, where we have, you know, these propositions. I proposition sixty four, but as an attorney, I would like if you could please explain proposition sixty four a little bits to everyone out there, because it legalized cannabis. You know, in California it added a tax, but people don't understand what it means to be legalized right now. What does that mean? Well, you know, it varies by states, so I'm not as familiar with California. I can look at up like that. The fact of the matter is to nowadays, like anybody can Google these laws, like there's so many websites devoted to this. I mean you don't got to be a lawyer, you got to be litigating all that but like to see the basic laws. You don't have to be but yeah, it's governed by laws because it's regulated, regulated for taxi, and if you run a foul of those laws, you can get in trouble some kind of issue, whether it's a sanction where it's criminal or civil, any state you go. So you got to follow that, of course. But there's gray areas, gray are as. California used to be great. What are you can do? See it the loophole, the gray area. Yeah, yeah, loopholes are gray areas. That's what I consider where it's kind of like, you know, it's not a hundred percent decided if if it's perfectly aligned with the statute. Some people believe it's not, some people believe it is. In every every area has gray areas until it gets completely, like solidly developed. But those markets are the most excited right for me, and you know the way I consider it. You know, California is so developed, So said, I mean it's the best market in the world, without a doubt. I mean no doubt, but there's like New York's coming, New York at more people in California who Waha what's going on over there. So I think we haven't even started to get into the exciting phase of cannabis proliferation, branding culture. We're just like on the ground floor. And this state's I know you're a license to practice law and not just one state. Your license must tracts are Lynasy. Do you have? Do you still have cases of people who are just in there for petty bullshit when it comes to weed? Petty Bullshit, for sure, but we not really mean. This is a liberal area and but yeah, I mean they'll still rescue here and there. Absolutely, you know, still, but rarely are these cases prosecuted strongly and jail timing. You can get all wood pounds out Maryland. They're not going to give you a jailed probation pounds. You know. So now it's cool, but here's the problem. There's a lot of here's the the main problem is that there's a lot of people with marijuana distribution convictions on their record who it was like nothing thing. They forgot caught, they got probation, whatever. They can't get housing, they can't open a bank accounts, they are screwed and it was a nothing, nothing case. They're not criminal. Its own couple. Okay, where I'll take the place, Proba, your little committee service who gives it them, but look at them now. And so everybody's making money off this legally, and these guys are stuck with this conviction on red they can't even rent an apartment. And so that's where the expungements come in. That's why expungement is so important, because the fact of the matter is there are still people in prison from marijuana, less and less and not as many, and very few are really going to prison from marijuana these days, although that's got to stop, of course. But as far as overall effect on society, there are there has to be over a million people with marijuana distribution condate, not possession, distribution conviction, because that's a felony. The mark it off and nobody get house. What. Sorry, that what is distribution? Because I believe, like every state has its own category of distribution. So what defines that? Because if I'm in Mississippi, that's all, if I have one joint on me, you know what I mean, I'm fucked Fox, right, right, I ye, right, it's true. It's true. No, it's a varying scale. Distribution Sales. You know, if there's any kind of charge, what you're giving distributing weed to somebody for money or not. You know whether you have ten bags or two bags. Sometimes a guy you got two bags sells one and then that's distribution. And he said, you know, back in the day, ten years ago, yeah, whatever, you know, eight years ago. What I'll think the poet, who cares? And now he's stuck with that. And this happens all over the place. Still Happen. So that is a...

...good angle. But anyway, that's that. We're going to take a quick break. But when we come back, if you're going to drive high, which we hault, to wash your hands the breath spray. Wow, no, I mean it's I think that for me, because I am in illegal state, I am California, and because I'm in the business of cannabis, it's very personal for me and a lot of levels. So, you know, when I think of these things and I think of my friends that ask me questions like, Oh my God, so like if I get pulled over, what's going to happen to me if I just smoke to join at home, and I'm like, well, you know what, I have Longie street lawyer, so I'd shoot you know. So so, like that is a very very, very commonly ask questions. What if someone is at a party? Or let's look at the reverse to that. What if someone like me, who has an autoimmune disease and relies on Canopis as medicine, I now have to drive and I get pulled over? Maybe there was a car accident I was involved in wasn't my fault, but still I'm writ it and they to my system. What next? Right? Whatnot? Yes, very good question, because now that it's legal, people are like, so, can I drive high? And the answer is the legal answers. No. You know, you cannot be intoxicated behind the will, whether it's alcohol, whether it's weed or whether it's prescribed medication prescribed to you. You can have your xnx bottle with your name on it and cop pulls your are you okay? What? You look intoxicated. I haven't drank anything that, you smonger thing know. What do you think? I took us nx earlier. It's prescribing me. Well, step out of the vehicle. If they're swaying and they're showing signs of intoxication, that's a Dui. Whether your own weed, drink it, whether it's legal or not. So that's what people, a lot of people need to understand that. So if you're going to drive high, which we all do, don't residunt you know one. Be careful. I mean if you're super high, don't you know, don't drive your super high. We all get a little off, but wash your hands, the breaths, pray that I drop. Look, if you remember, it's worth it. Then you get pulled over because you don't want to get pulled over. Sometimes we look high but we're fine and Ray are testing all these questions. Needs that. So the I drops, the men, the whole deal. You know. Well, that was my question because, yeah, when you're intoxicated with alcohol, obviously you can do the Breathalyzer and whatever, but then with weed, what are they going to do? Like, I don't get high, so I can't answer that question. Don't know. I should die because I am like Lonnie. I become functional, I become normal, I become the best version of me that I can possibly access. I feel like every time I'm sitting with you, like, like you said, my lawyer, if a cop talks to me if I'm high, like if I'm not high, I would be like I'll be in jail. For the life give me a joint and I will fucking have him in jail for something. We wait without the Jillian. You Wo admit that she you never even did. All right. So, so I feel like it's different because we have that recreational use and we have this interesting plant, I should say, that has a recreational aspect and it has a medicinal aspects and you cross a certain line and you no longer feel it recreationally anymore, like me. So what how do you define that legally? How do you say to someone relies on it medicinally that they cannot? So you cannot be intoxicated. So the officer would have to prove that you're intoxicated by the way you look, by the way you speak, by perhaps the way you were driving. If you get out of the vehicle, you take the standard field. Sobriety does I never recommend you do. They'll say, oh, wait a minute, miss the step, I think you're intoxicate. That's how it works. So how do they test you for pot I heard that there's no real way to test you on the side of the road, that they would have to take your blood crowd. Well, here's the tricky part. I mean, even if they did, there's still a problem. Now there's machines made to calibrate this, because you could have smoked at home the night before or had a lot of weed in your system for weeks and months and years or whatever, and you know you have all this weed in your system, but you're not intoxicate. So because it's stored in your fat cells and all this. So right, the precision with that is at issue, and it's a little more rare than a Dui, because you know, we all not. Mean if you drink too much, the outcomes are going to be much worse on the road or off the road than if you poke too much. You know so, but you could still, yeah, you could still get caught. I mean you don't want to be a hot box in the car driving and get pulled over. You do not want that. You're going to do right. So right, be careful. New York actually said that the police over there can no longer...

...pull people over just by smelling. That that the pot. And I mean what does that actually mean? Because if I'm a cop and I'm an asshole to weed and I smell it, I'm gonna say, Oh, I'm going to pull them over because I thought they were wearing a seatbelt, but I'm going to find weed instead. I mean, it's what's gonna Happen. Like the main thing is it's not why you pulled them over, it's after you pull them over you could search the vehicle. So before if you smell weed, that's probable cause that there was criminal activity. Go and on. Because if you smell weed and it's illegal, I get you can search the vehicle immediately, no question that. Get Out of the vehicle, sit down, but you handcuffs, search the vehicle. But now, because it's not illegal, that's not grounds to search the vehicle. Stop the vehicle. You don't know. You're on the road, you don't know if it smells like we not. You stop them for traffic in bent action. And then once you get there, you're like, wait, do I smell weed? Let me say, but now I smell weed. So what nothing, here's your trafficking for action. See you later. That's it. Yeah, so weed is the name might have. What if I just came from the dispensary and I have announced on me and I was smoking one of my pre roles as well or something, let's just say, and the cop pulled me over. What do I do? Do I just say yes, I have announced in the backseat or in the truck? What do I what do I do? Do I just let it happen? Well, you, you want to say as little as spot right. No, no, you want to say as a little as possible. All right. Yeah, well, would you know? I small weed. Okay, have you been smoking? No? Okay, well, it sounds smells like somebody's been smoking. Okay, anything else? You don't say anything. There was no WHOA. Where are you coming from? A Don't feel like speaking about my day right now. So you have a right to say that. Absolutely. You don't have to answer. Legal right to to not answer. Absolutely. You know, if he says like license registration, that you have to give. If he starts talking, you, Hey, you know where you're coming from. Feel like answering that Billy speaking about my day, but to it why? You have to tell what you then you start, oh, I can't from a party all, which party? What were they doing? All that? They were drinking as moment. Were you know? Oh, really, you know? No, no, you don't want to do that. So, yeah, yeah, oh my gosh, that reminded me of this story. This is back in the day when I was smoking pot before was legalized in California, and I was with one of my really close friends, her name is Sona, and we had just finished smoking out, I mean hot boxing, like that was nobuddy's business. Bob Marley would have passed out. Okay, we had just smoked so much, and then we're like we had a park spot, because you know, you would drive to a spot to park hire, just smoke the weed and hot box and then you would like with the windows down and roll off. So we're driving off and the cops pull us over, aren't we pull us over? I'm like my eye really fast. Start lighting cigarettes. I'm like, light our cigarettes, light our cigarettes. R He started lighting cigarettes and we're second grilla. Is that noll right? Am I fuck? So the COP comes up and he's like hi, how are you, ladies? And then I was like what's wrong, you know, like what's up? Scared shitless. He's like it smells like Pott in here, and I'm like, oh my gosh, my mom says that too. I was like, I thought it's because she's Persian and though she thought cigarettes smell like weed. I said, you smell weed too, and he's like looking at his partner like this dumb idiot. He's I guess, ma'am, how much marijuana do you have in the vehicle? I said, I said I don't have any. I swear I don't have any pot. You can come look in my car. I don't have my cigarettes. I just smoke a lot of cigarettes. So this is what they do to test us, and I had never seen this or heard of this. He brings us flash like and said close your eyes. So I close my eyes, they put their flashlight over my lid and stop, they stop it and then they do it again, and then you do it to the other eye and I'm like, why are you doing that? He said if you're high, your lids bounce right and yours aren't bouncing, so you obviously aren't high. Not Thinking this dumb fucking idiot, this dumb theory. Whatever happens. But I mean it was an interesting moment because I got so scared that I welcomed him into my car without realizing what I just did. You know what I mean. You call the reverse, yes, a very risky strategy. I understand it's very risky strategy and I don't recommend it, although I do recognize that we work. You know, if you're like yeah, come on, I come on, sirs, where there's other seriously, but yeah, you really dirty and you do that was all. Well, I was so dirty and my eyelids didn't jump. So I guess I'm out here legally talking to everybody, because I don't know. I never even heard your eyelids jump when you SMI. Have you...

...ever heard that? Never, ever, ever, never, fucking with you. Yeah, they may have been just talking with you. Maybe we call. We got to Explak a try it right now after we gonna have a I smoke too much. Weises don't jump, they just sit very low forever. They jump when you don't smoke. Breed. Oh my Gosh, oh my gosh. All right, so imagine I'm as aware at a time that We'ed is now legal nationline. Okay, it drops from now federal category down on right. What do you think is going to happen? Do you see taxes decreasing? Does medical exist anymore when that happens, you know, Dude, is crime gonna have a harder, you know, penalty for to make it really strict? What do you see as a lawyer's Day I would like. People are thinking. They're looking at how the tobacco industry flourished or the alcohol industry. This is very different. This is going to be bigger than anything. I mean, the thing that shocks me most about DC is the amount of demanding consumers. Is Mind Boggling. There can be on this on this street, there are four different gifting shops right down this is like the green light district right here on each street. and DC everybody back people, I mean all for it's just I mean, the demand is how why you're there? No, I moved here and nod for you know, I've been here for a while and then it just happened. And so what? Nothing just happy. Nothing just happened. So does it gg you? What? Nothing just happens, though, does it now? No, nothing just happens. I mean, you replaced her for a reason, right. Yeah, and then this idea that you sort of briefly communicated a second ago about this coupon concept. Yeah, DC'son. DC's a little bit like the wild west, you know, but it's so there's gifting shops and there's medical dispensaries, because in DC you are allowed to legally gift weed to another. You are allowed to gift up to one ounce to another person. Gift they legal right, and the sale is not legal unless it's a medical card. There's a lot of brick and mortars that came up. This is, I seventy one. So it's a big market in DC. It's a weed town, we town DC. So it's a really fun flourishing market and you know, legal legislations coming through as well. And but that's how the whole country is going to be. You know, it's just here's the deal. If you're in a crowded room and somebody mentioned something like edible or weed, there's no other word that's going to get as many people to turn around and smile and smile the one reason or there's no other word. What is? It lights up every buddy's day. I mean at the end of the day, I think once people go past that paranoia feeling that people are so scared of, which is just a strong CEITIVA that they probably smoked and got a little bit of a heart pottern and had no idea. You know, once people can understand what they're smoking, learn about it like that was so fun, right, so great. Right, it's so amazing. You know, it brings joy and calm. I mean in all my years as a criminal defensitorive everything, like Fivezero people. That was all I did day and my court every day for fifteen years and I had a lot of violent case. Of course, none of them, all of them, not what. Ninety five percent result of alcohol. Ninety five percent not even cracking. All it was alcohol. You know what I mean? None of them obviously had to do with weed. Of course, is what we do, going to sit down and chill out and nobody's fighting on weed. I mean, I mean, I'm I'm sure it happens, but you know, but you know what I'm saying, way less violence, way more peace in Camaraderie and people meeting each other. That's how we know each other because a weed right, absolutely, absolutely. I Love I love the the cannabis space. It's one of my I don't know, it's one of my favorite things because it's just so versatile. Like all the things that you can really do with cannabis. It's just unspeakable because it's just it's it doesn't end. It's so very great anywhere from its cousin hemp, you know, off to you know, the this the kndabis's Eva tch seed's just. It's just, it's endless, it's more self renewable, it grows faster, it's just, it's healing, it's I don't know. So I always go hard, yeah, for it. So I love being a part of you know anything that's related to that. When I see you talking about cannabis law, I want to be like, Oh my God, who is this guy? He should be my new best friend. You know what I mean? You know, because there's so many things that you know that I don't know on the legal front. Well, you know what else, woul, what you mentioned, is cannabis, all these things about cannaby.

Cannabis intersects with all spears of life in culture, all cultures, all ethnicities, all racist let's start there. Okay, more than that, all music, Hey, thank rock, right, everything intersects, cult style, fashion, absolutely everything, and that's what's cool. But so that's what we do here. We bring local artists and we're just constantly with the culture in the fashion and this is the beginning of the branding of cannabis and endless, endless, endless. So that's that's where we are. The retail distribution, in the branding is like, that's where we are, we're taking a quick break and when we return, because women a women in cannabis. Women smoke just like men. Yeah, you know, before it like a man thing. You imagine a Hippie with a long beard's moving. That's Cannabi. I mean, I just wonder when it does become legal. But does that mean that if it becomes legal nationwide, that everyone must be expunged and from the system? But these things don't happen automatically. You know, we have to push legislation that will guarantee that. You know, okay, that'll facilitate that. I would imagine it's legal everywhere. But you still fell any conviction. Yes, unless people do something about you know, I've always thought all these things happen automatically and we all learn. Nothing happens automatically. Am I right? You know so. But but it's a valid concern. I mean I'm concern. So do you. What am I going to say? Did you? What am I going to suit? Your in La? I'm in Lah. Yeah, we're coming, we're coming. I mean, you slid in some IDM's Lonnie, you did, anyway. He said, hey, that was bad. You said Hey, I'm just nothing. It was it was not a full fly. It was like, you know, a foot a foot slide. Not, yeah, full body slide. Hundred percent it was. It wasn't me. It's like it was a weed site. It was like a you know, it was like a we know, the homey Tommy slide. Hey, but it worked out well for me, though. I love him. I think he was wearing buffalo hot wink as a necklace when he was in my podcast. It was so have it, I think. Yeah, I think everyone, Needa noticed that, I think the promus noticed it, that he's wearing a hot wing and I think I didn't notice. I was just so like mesmerized and I'm like having a conversation with Tommy Child. You guys were thinking about where's the ranch dressing right to dip that shit? You know, you like brand. Okay, so I just have a quick question that I was like thinking. Why, why do you have only women that work in your offices? and Are you oh face, oh, yeah, definitely, yeah, yeah, I have women. Yes, all women. Yeah, all women. Oh, women, and they run the shop and they run the brand and they run the business pretty much, and it's great. You know, I even to say women empowerment. I feel like a Dick head, like I get to empower women even that feels like it. They had thinking me say, you know what I mean, Shit, that's what your that's why drew my attention to that. But the back of the battery, they do such an incredible job and and they built such a beautiful family and sisterhood of the place is just it's a great it's a it's a beautiful thing because they all get to thrive. They're all becoming cannabis influencers and it's just a team of super strong women and there's some other men in the background as well here and there. I personally enjoy that you have all women. You know, when and Anita and mentioned that, you know, he's like, she's like, you know, he hasn't all women employees, and I was like, oh, that's fucking dope. I like that. I like the the ideology behind it of women in the cannabis space is a very big deal. You know, there's there's a lot of platforms about women in cannabis. So and I saw a lot of your like videos on your website and what not about the women who are representing your brand and I just thought, you know what, women, I'm sorry to all the men that are listening to this, but we're just more trustworthy, you know. I just feel like when I hear from another woman, I can rely on it just a little bit more. I feel like men or more salesman. They're more pitchy and there's something more homelike feeling when it comes to a woman. Okay, and I think. I don't know if that's a psychological thing that gets applied towards all businesses, but I mean I'm sure there's a large,...

...massive demographic of male weed smokers in the cannabis space and it's very appealing to have a bunch of hot women's look at. That's why look. But that pulls in the male demographic. I'm saying, they're also pulling in the female demographic as well. I'm saying if one gender is able to pull in both genders, you know what I mean? Yeah, well, there's something also good. I feel you. I feel you, and I'm not going to lie. You know, the place smells a little better, you know. Yeah, but this like this other cultural like with girls do with women doing it. It's kind of like this, kind of like this fuck you. I don't know what it is about it, but I just feel it. I just like it. I like that, but I don't know, just women doing it, because women a women in cannabis. Women smoke just like men. Yeah, you know before it's like a man thing. You imagine a Hippie with a long beard smoggling. That's cannabis. Okay, yeah, it's. So we start a company called Women ext week and the women are the owners of the company. So and it's for merch called women xt weed. We have, you know, on Instagram, and so they have a piece of that company. So they can grow and they can have mistake and it's a career. Do we can tell a whole other women x weed podcast how we got into the business with Lonnie another one, because that's a whole blowing topic. Yeah, I like it. I personally like that. I saw women. That's my mix, my preferends. I like it. beyonce did the same thing. She got an all women, you know, bands, all women, dancers, all women everything that. Well for her. Did it not? So anything they does is okay by me. So I approved Lonnie. Maybe a NITA does not. I need it, does not. So I don't approve. I just I thought it's like you're trying to use it as to get more men and just to like notice you guys more and you're still using the sex appeal and bringing women. That would be like two simplicit I have power and be too simplicitly for me. And also, if you look, Um, the girls, I mean sure, they fashionable and sexy, but they're not walking around showing all hooks. She it is hooters or something. Yeah, look at them. You know their respectable, respectful. You know it's it's a classier thing, because more of a career thing, because that's too simplistic. Go get girls in Thong. Hey, look over here. No, no, no, this is much deeper than that. You feel me? That's way too easy for a guy who graduated from stee. I apply about. I'm sorry, I'm graduated. It's I got it for a little you I want a little more heart. It's gotta have heart, it's got to have a roll. Okay, you got me. You guys got me. No, no, okay, could you hear her? Yeah, so long. Persona. If you look at it on social media, he does look a little bit massage inistic, little bit like he loves, you know, women and the like. I don't but deep down, and like I'm on the forefront in the shop, he is supporting women the most I've ever seen any man I've ever met. He puts us in rolls where we are, you know, management level. So it's really we started that company to really show his other side of him, which is as soft as sweet, his really caring that yeah, or maybe him. Blosh, thank you for adding them. But you know what I she didn't even need to add that. But because, because for someone like me, when all the other factors way out to be that he seems like a very educated die. It doesn't make sense to make a slip that significant, yeah, to come off like this whole wine Stein, or what was that other guy from Fox News Out Guy? I don't know what that guy's name was. I can't remember, but I remember Russell Crowe played his role anyways. So I mean, I'm just saying Lonnie just comes off more educated than to make a mistake like to come off as a sexist. Yeah, especially in today's society when it's all about fucking cancel culture. Yeah, you know what I mean. Like that's ridiculous. I see that as very smart move. I would do the same thing. Much more power to women who were always sort of judge to be in the marijuana space, or, I'm sorry, said marijuana, cannabis space, but I don't know. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Nita. I love you. Well, out of here. I don't know what I asked and you clarified it for me. And and yes, yes, I think just with your background and stuff, you did have a deeper approach to it. Well, to know you guys are so sweet. I wasn't even bust in your balls. That's not what I was about. Bar Wait, I can't even never mind, but listen that,...

...um, we go to La and we have a big party. All right, and I want you guys to come. Yes, when is the party? We don't know yet, but we'll go. I got a party back. I got up with the DM's for the invitation. We got a party planner here. Oh, I'll plan every time. Be there. Listen, I'M gonna get I have to. My doctors just told me I'm safe to go get the actually the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, only because I have an autoimmune Oh, I have to be very cautious about it. He approved me for the Johnson and Johnson one, and once I do get that one, I'm I'm there, Lonnie, with a fat one in my hands and a better be from your place. Of course, we got right, course, and maybe I'll, maybe I'll give in and smoke with you guys at night. Yes, yes, I mean that. You mean that she's such a prude. Yeah, I'll try. I don't say. Did on Saturday night was WANTA. She gets high just from sitting here, and my contact gets her high where? Why aren't so quiet? Because I think I have a contact I get really talking to her. Really quiet. I think this one. I don't know. Oh my God. Okay, so this brings us to the fun part. Well, this whole thing has been fun. Yeah, fum part out. I can't wait, but I got so it's called forgive me. I have sinned, and so we're going to ask you some questions and you have to answer them. Ha Ha, you better like that joint bath light it inhale deep the I should really, I should roll a new one for this, but I'll go. He is so fancy. Is Assistant just came to light his joint for him and he a light. My fucking job. Okay, let me go get the UK everywhere. Oh, you know what, honest here ready, oh my God, I got okay, there we go, Lonnie, you're inspiring, and she blows a smoke in my face too. Of My side. I need to hire more women to be around me and have them just be my angels. And he is great, though. She's awesome. Oh, you don't understand, you don't know anything. This girl's beyond idea, right, I love her to top. All right, Anita eyes. Okay, okay, here we go. By the way, my questions were the game were so much more fun, and she made me change them and make him nice. So you're like you that they were. They were. Yeah, it wasn't even funny, it was really it was like Dho's d really wow. Okay, well, go for it. No, she's not. That might be like another conversation that. NOWTHER's time, and there's a reason where I am smoking out, and do's a reason why I had the question. Okay, not you so a ready. Have you ever come to realize a client was actually guilty after you had defended them and got them off? So here's a deal with that. The clan comes to you and you look at the police report. You see what happened. The fact of the matter is the cops don't pick their names out of a hat. Chances are they did it. Of course the COP, even a corrupt COP, would not want to arrest an innocent man. Would want to arrest a guilty man through a legal means, right without the warring, without the problem cause whatever. So yes, of course many guys, I believe, obviously in evidence showed that they did it, whatever it was, distribution, robbery, possession, whatever it was. And there's ways that you could create doubt in a jury's mind. Now it's not like the guys like I did it, I did it, I did it, and then I got him on the stand. I'm like, did you do it? No, I can't do that. That subordinate perjury. You can invite perjury, but a guy can be like the obvious evidences that he was distributing and a cop gets on this stead and you say, Hey, did you see him do this? How Far Away were you? Oh, but you didn't see. There was a tree there. Boom, BOO, boom. You're not saying he didn't do it right, you're saying there's about so you didn't so so did you see his hand? No, I didn't see his hand. So you just saw the other guy. Oh, you saw the other guy. Would some so you didn't see his hand. Go. No, boom, you know that guy did it. But you're creating a doubt so that you can do and of course there's nothing. That's what that's what criminal defense attorneys do. You create a doubt and you see if all the laws were follow you know. So that's how that works. But yeah, every single criminal defense as hearty. Of course you guilty clients the come on, you're just a little witty man, aren't chap? Oh Gosh, Anita, was that a answer? That was that? Did that answer a question? Yeah, he's pretty yeah, it's almost like saying yeah, hard you right. Absolutely, absolutely. You know, and listen, listen that the...

...fact of the matter is a guilty can not getting punished is not the worst thing in the world. I I believe in justice short and I believe in consequences. Absolutely. What if a guilty man who committed a crime, maybe he's not an insane person, he had a bad day or he got caught doing some shit like this, should be from a drunk that I don't care a shit about it anyway, you know, and he doesn't get punished for it. They're punishing people too hard for things anyway. It's not the worst thing in the world. Now, if you're talking about a serial Tom Moles, they're on the loose. Difference to this incredibly rare, yea situation. Yeah, but yeah, you know, even a guilty guy, if he doesn't get punished, so what? As long as you know, society as a whole has consequences. Yeah, I would definitely, definitely, definitely hire you if I got arrested for one of these type of situations, because I feel like you would got all is to get make sure I'm out here. Was You do? It's not personal, right. Yeah, if it was you, I would go personally and do whatever the anybody else. I sense somebody lobby all. I gotta get that back. See Love, right, go get it. That's for you. Walking back courtacinated. I need to get back to that motherfucking game. Okay, do you identify more as Lonnie Bramson? That's what we asked you. How you pronounce your last name or line the street lawyer? Who Do you identify with the most? You know, people say Persona. It's the same person. You know it's the same person, but just so you know. So it's I like the street lawyer, you know, because that's my name out there. That connects with people. So there Lonnie brams in and might not connect with people as much. So I like whatever people are connecting with, but it's one in the same. It's the same person. There's no difference. Well, do you prefer to be suited up or do you prefer to be swagged up? I like them both, but I like swagged up. I like swagged up. I'M NOT gonna lie. I would suit it off, comfortable, fifty years and it's cool. But swag that is cool. It swagged up as much. How about you? Yeah, I'd love to get your stopped. I have more blows then. so much bloomingdale's, literally departments, but a nice Bloomingdale, right, a nice blooming yeah, not the like like. No, I have a cross between everything. I am not a label whore. I love fashion, I don't love designer brands. Okay, so I don't need a labe. I know what I can afford and I can afford Fendi, but I can also afford fashion Nova and I have fun with both. Right, right. I really don't give a shit, right, but I love, I love to get dressed up. I think covid just sort of, I don't know, just fucking made my swag gear look so much better. Yeah, it made the sports brass feel so much better. And I'm running around because I have an almost one year old. So, you know, I don't know, it's just from about. I'm about the sweat psyche these. Okay, so I live, got you. I need. Is always dressed up, though. Yeah, she needs a little one of a covid like. Definitely. I wear a lot of stretch pants and stuff. Yeah, because my jeans like they're not comfortable anymore. It's hard to go back to that because all we do sit around these yeah, I can't stand around anywhere as I prefer. I prefer the swag, the chill outfit. I have a question, Lonnie, since we're on the subject, and I may not a lot of people out there don't know this necessarily about me, but I mean, I'm sure, no, I don't even know if it's public. Okay, you're going to tell us. I was arrested when I was fifteen years old. I was quite the troublesome person, very academically. They're right that I was just I was I was bored. I was bored in school. It wasn't stimulating enough for me. I didn't really catch my niche and so I was in university and then I was like wow, you know, but I was bad. I've been kicked out of ten schools. I just wait out. I'm sorry. How many schools? Ten, ten, and the ten fought like five fights. Drugs. Well, well, drugs. It was pot. I would like caught with pop and now it's not technically a drug, but still just a lot of just being bad. I've found chairs at a teacher. I wait, I've just did you hit the teacher with the chair? It's just what. Was it just good throw and then you missed, like no, it was like a shove throw, like...

...it was on the floor, but it was like when you like launch the chair off as one of those like a fuck you hey. Anyway, so I got when we first met, she try to kick my head off. Well, that was that was you. You provoked that and we can talk about that and talk other day. But the point is that he's aggress and don't know, are we gonna revisit the facts? You know, don't poke about but so, anyways, I was fifteen, yeah, and this was I was I had a boyfriend at that was going to pally high, palace as High School, okay, and I was going to Palley high. I got kicked out. So then I moved to Palas vernes and was going to school out there. So I still wanted to see my boyfriends at Pali, but because you're kicked out, it's technically trespassing you if you come back right. So I have one of my friends pick me up because I don't have a license yet. She picks me up and I'm already drunk at school because I started doing smoking pot when I was eleven and a half. By the time I was thirteen I was already snorting right out and all types of Shit, so I was very bad. Okay, so she picks me up. I'm raging because I think my current boyfriend at that time was cheating on me. So I have my friend pick me up or we're going to scoop up to the school that he goes to without me, you know, him knowing I'm coming, and I'm just going to fucking check him right. So I got there drunk, wasted. Who Do you think the first person was that saw us in the parking lot? Our officer to schools, police officer, because certain schools are designated actual law enforcement over here. And all right, so he sees me and he's like Ah, really, he said, what are you doing? I was like nothing. Now I had a bat in my hands as well, okay, mine sees it at I was holding it down yes, because I was going to go bash his fucking locker, and I was. It was during his football practice, so I was going to go to the football area and I was going to be that raging bitch. So I you know, I'm carrying this bat, I'm carrying the bottle of snapple, which was like all sorts of alcohol. Officer Bills sees me this night, that's what his name was, after bills, and he says, Holy Shit, what are you doing here? You're not supposed to be here. I got to take you in for this, and I'm like, man, what the fuck, and I don't know if he saw it in my man, what the fuck, or he smelled it. He said what are you drinking there and I said juice. You want some? I told I did what under those moves right, you want something. He goes, I don't mind taking a SIP, he grabs it, opens it, says turnaround and put your eyes together, and that was it. He arrested me right there and he said, I'm not going to take you in, but I'm going to embarrass you and I'm going to walk you through this campus with the handcuffs and I'm allowed to say anything I want to. Any been here? Oh so, he so he does that. Rumors were floating that I was arrested for sucking the football teams dicks in the bathroom. I mean, I mean, if you can't imagine the type of rumors floating around, kids are kids are evil, because but he did that to me. Part of me was excited. I didn't want my parents to fucking have to come to the right station and be up, you know what I mean. But that's what happened to me, and then I got community service for it and then I sort of that was it. It was considered a misdemeanor, I think, because I was fifteen. But like, did I do the wrong thing by allowing him to take me do the campus? Is that some sort of harassment? Clearly this has really changed your life and impacted you that your brother's as like day, like it like eighty years, eighty years later. That's not breaking. This sound is just a Saturday. Know, Ye, limitations. I don't think you could do anything about it. But okay, so that. No, that's that sounds like a pretty dramatic situation. I mean, yeah, that's your classic, you know. Yeah, I mean cost benefit. Your parents didn't have to hear about you off something right, and your record. But, you know, some humiliation or whatever. He had the I think he was trying to do you a favorite maybe, but it's traumatic either way. Yeah, well, I don't know. I think it was too young and drunk to be traumatized. I think part of me was stupid and I probably thought it was cool that everyone was going to see me now arrested and go and tell my boyfriend that they saw me here arrested. Right. I think I was just young and dumb, you know what I mean. So, but it it's crazy because there are so many young people out there that just don't know and they do get taken advantage of by law enforcement. So it's just great to have people like you who do protect those innocent ones as well, you know, asolutely, and people need to protect themselves, because the worst evidence you have against is what you say. Bottom line, all my cases there are people who are sitting in prison ten, fifteenyear because what they said. If they didn't say anything, they would be free. Great. They spoke and they thought they were being smart. I thought they were whatever the whatever. There's stupid ideas. They're sitting in prison because they spoke. So that's the main thing. So we would to help himself by not speaking. Lonnie, thank you so much for taking the time out...

...to do this. I really appreciate having you and if anyone out there wants to, you know, go see who Lonnie is, what he looks like and what he's all about and all the work that he does for everybody. You could check them out at street lawyer services DCCOM or on social media. He's known as the infamous Lonnie the street lawyer. Guys, please say a big thank you for Lonnie joining us. Thank you so much, Annie. Appreciate you so much. Thank you so much. Wow, I really enjoyed Lonnie like he put me into the mood. He has a good personality. I love his vibe. I think he had so much information to give. That, I think, is so basic for him as an attorney, but I feel to so many of us out here it's like a luxury to know half the stuff that, you know, he had even to say in this conversation, like knowing our rights. It's so important, right, and he said, he said that you can just google that and you can get that anywhere and just whatever. But it's still it's still not the same. It's when you hear from him, it just makes it just to find him more and just it's just att yeah, why do you think that is? I just because I feel like when you're he just got he gets straight to the point and he says how it is when you're reading stuff, you just kind of like reading and you can up over like see things or maybe don't understand things, like you know, and legal terms, whatever, and he just kind of like straight out, he makes it makes it easy. Yeah, I mean that's what his job is, right. But I mean I remember when he first told you about Lonnie, I was like, all right, this is, you know, who I want to have on next on the show. They look him up and you know, you were looking into him, I was looking into him, and we're checking out his like pass and the stories and all this stuff, and you brought up the question because you were a little offended that he had all women. And when you told me that, it was so interesting because I remember when I saw him having all women, I was like wow, that's awesome. Yeah, you know, and that's so interesting. So it's like, what was your first personal feeling that you got when you saw all women, that that he was trying to say that he's like, you know, supporting women and and shoe. What did you call it? I'm going again to my brain, fart. But he's trying to impower and empower. Is Empowering Women for this, I am, I believing we yeah, no, no, so he's empowering women and need all this stuff. But I looked at is like a gimmick in a sense that he's using women still to bring get more attraction and attract men and like, because they are kind of, you know, sexy and stuff still, and so I kind of looked at it that way, that he was like kind of sugarcoating and trying to pretend. Okay, what would it look like if he was empowering women, if he didn't like really talk about it and he just had a women running his office and not making the wee times women. What is it called? We Times our come, I know what's hold on. Yeah, get your notes up because, yeah, I can't remember anything. A guys, women and weed, women and weed. But there's, but I'm saying, like so many businesses, there's magazines out there about women and weed, like I think I've even in an article about women in weed and women in cannabis space and stuff like that. That is sort of what sucks, I think, and also works to his advantage. It's a bit of a catch twenty two. He has this persona this image, and that humbles him to a lot of people but also allows a lot of people to question him. Yeah, and I get I'm a fair shot, like me. Yeah, exactly. And then and then you say, Oh, Stanford and Columbia graduate. Yeah, and you're like way, wait, right, we are. You know, that's fucked up, right, that's that's stereotype. Yeah, right with that sucks because we're all capable of it. We all do it. We don't even realize we're doing it. But that was really refreshing. I hope that everyone can, you know, like check out his instagram or his website and just sort of see what he looks like so he can understand, yes, said, the vibe or the energy that maybe you got. Yeah, you know, or then the people out there who going to get the energy that I got when I first saw him, like Oh wow, this dude seems legit. For you. It was I because, again, I first looked at instagram and I didn't go too deep into it, and I'm seeing him like smoking like a doobies that you guys call it these days? Is that what we call of these days? Bitch, shut the fuck up, and he's doing like his push ups without a shirt on, and this girl's like doing it in the rapid voice whatever, and I'm seeing this stuff and then I'm like, Oh my God, and then I see like on his instagram, you can log into this other then to see weed and women and Tick Tock and this and that, and then I took a step further and then I started looking. So after that I started looking and say, okay, stand for Columbia and I'm like okay, and then I see with the way he articulates and okay, and it's like he does a lot of these little videos and short little videos of like...

...a question than answer, and right, and he's in his like nice suit. So it's yes, so you basically everything that you learned last week and that you took notes on last week from Lily about how to capitalize yourself and on social media. You held that against him for doing it a little bit. Wow, and neit a refer back to your note, sweetheart. Yeah, I'm telling no, nope, nope, nope, no, go word notes. You said you got your notes. What is your notes going on? Where were read? Your notes? Away from which, from like last last week? I don't know. Don't you remember? You have to do so. He created this brand. Yeah, right, he created this person and this, this, this, this image for himself. Yeah, that that works. That works, it works. Yeah, I think that Lonnie pretty much created this, you know, recipe for the lawyer worlds. Maybe that's probably we will work best for him. I think so. I don't know. I like it. He has the image, he has the brains, he has the passion. I don't know. To me that works. And he has really good numbers. I don't know. No, I think he I think he'd. I think he has and and I also think he was flirting with you a little bit. But do you think about that. Lonnie was, yeah, a little like he wants to come out here, like he I mean, he just wants to stick and connected, and I think he was flirting. He was a hundred percent learning with you. Yeah, hundred thousand percent. What are you think? Where you kind of I mean you were kind of like excited about it and kind of flirting back now, only I'm naturally flirtatious regardless. I mean, I mean, he's he I love his personality, I really do, and he's, you know, he's got this little charming smile to him and he's very personable. Oh my God, I'm complimenting him beyond right now. He's a nice guy. He was a nice guy. He was smart. You guys, I had drooled aline mental simulation and you tell me that someone is sweet. When I saw him and I saw his Ig, I thought brilliant. I saw the business brilliance to what he was doing. You know, I didn't take it personal and get offended, but I mean, if he was listen, listen, if he comes to La, were both vaccinated, we hang out. Maybe I'll have to make that like on a video recording episode. Would like for sure see ye, see that, you guess. Forty and person. Oh my God, I would be so dead at that if I was here, because gause are both be so you're gonna be here, you're going to we're gonna get a smaller room to be and so we can haut box. They're going to hard to me all that. I'm going to put a flashlight over your eyelids, just like you're you guys. Thank you so much for listening to another episode of genuinely GG. I love all you guys. I'm so grateful to all of you guys, and Nita and I are really having so much fun doing this podcast show together. So, if you love this show, please subscribe. It would mean the world to me. If you haven't subscribe, please subscribe. Leave a comment, leave a rady. Tell me what topics you want me to discuss, what guests you think I should have on. Just tell me everything. Will do whatever. I'll do it. Will do experiments for you, will do whatever you guys want. Yeah, well, I'm going to get a need a high next time on camera so you guys can all see. How about that? Love these guys. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thanks for listening to genuinely gig. download new episodes every week and, if you haven't already, subscribe and be sure to leave us a rating and review and, while you're at it, check out some of the other great shows available on Straw hut media.

In-Stream Audio Search

NEW

Search across all episodes within this podcast

Episodes (42)