NICK: hey what's up
JOHN: tera melos,what is that,is it a band or public relations firm?
what is it and what does it do?
NICK: we arent no band, we are a company.simple,nothing to do with math
JOHN: duddle....it's a company,not a band, simple
NATE: it's just a communications company
NATE: a communications company
JOHN: to facilitate communications how?
NICK: videos, movies, soundtracks for films, sometimes we play live gigs depending on how we feel. just about anything that is available.
(music, vince playing with tongue)
NICK: may i have a cracker?
JOHN: uh, yeah, yes you may
NICK: thank you.thank you very much, it looks great
JOHN: when you perform a live gig, do you bring musical instruments to it?
NICK: yes, so far
JOHN: well, but you said it's not a band.
NATE: it's a company
NICK: companies can mess up out with musical instruments, there's no limits.
JOHN: would you rather not talk about a company?
NATE: no i'd like to talk about it
JOHN: i beg your pardon
NICK: this is why we are here (laugh)
JOHN: i want you to talk about it and i made five cards about it. so far, i'm not getting anywhere
NICK: well,sure you have studied your history on us.i mean come on you are prompted, do your business, heh heh heh heh
(music, they playing with crackers)
JOHN: you said that you dont want this to have anything to do with math rocknroll.why do you dislike math rocknroll?
NICK: it's dead, it's a disease, plague. it's been going on for far too long now, it's history, it's a void, not achieving anything, just degression. they play rocknroll in applets , that's just about is , an advance it can possibly get.
(music, still play with crackers)
NATE: hello everybody, i'd like to introduce our new drummer, john(?) and we r going to do some "getting to know your segments" so people can get to speed on john's likes and dislikes
and he's going to talk about his favorite drink "kombucha" today
JOHN: hi everybody, that's right, uh, i'm a big fan of kombucha tea and *&*^*&*, it's pretty awesome
NICK: do you wanna talk about what it's made of and what the process is?
JOHN: it's made from combucha culture, kind of like mushrooom, and you add it to black tea, feed it sugar and harvest it.
NATE: when you say feed it sugar, is it actually like a living organism that it has a mouth in it, like a little baby
JOHN: yeah yeah, it's like a bacteria organism, only it doesnt have a mouth
NATE: nick actually made his own combucha, you'd like to talk about it a little bit?
NICK: yeah, so i've been making my kombucha. there are two bottles and if you look at the bottom you can see the living culture. the organism at the bottom is very dusty looking, very similar to, uh, like a mushroom, so there's that one, that's one brand of kombucha, another one i've been working on is right here and that's the mother. it's almost ready to be peeled. can you get that on camera? so that's the mother and the way i made these kombucha is, uh, one day my roommate was in a shower when i woke up and i really have to pee and so i grabbed a bottle from a trash can, peed in the bottle. this one as well, this is from a different time, and this was in a bottle of 100% cranberry juice which made the mother turned into a dusty looking fellow at the bottom. THEN, what i added was a pinch of this tuft ass hole hair that i collected off from my girl of a tour, and it's really helpful. you just take, you just shave it off her ass hole, and you just kind of add it to the mix like this, just a little pinch, straight from the ass hole and you can get little nuggets like this, and then you just add it, to the, to the piss. and you get these little nuggets as hole tuft balls and, as you can see over time this one's been fermenting for probably about, en, 4-5 months. you get a little worm about the bottom, and then you eat the worm first, see? and that's really really good. see?
NATE: well, i hope everybody learned something today. that's how you can make your very own kombucha at home. so thank you john for enlightening us to the experiences of what it is allowing us to get to know you better and you know to the viewer to get to know you a little better too
NICK: and dont forget this is the most important ingredient that, the tuft of hair from a girl's ass hole on tour, that's the most important
NATE: has to be on tour
(music, playing with ass hole hair)