I missed these normal segments, I loved it.Today's 8am hour of Bad Band or Race Horse was gold Jerry, Gold!
Yeah, he's been relatively open about it in a few segments that I've caught. IIRC he acknowledged this morning he was pretty down yesterday. It comes through during the show because Rich is so (understandably) rigid on anything involving COVID and Fred is somewhere on the opposite end of that spectrum and looking for any light at the end of the tunnel. Fred seemed pretty pumped about the Rhode Island news, so hopefully that helps cheer him up some.I haven't been able to listen over the past month or two, but is Fred ok? He keeps posting some stuff on Instagram saying how hes struggling mentally. Has he talked about it on the show at all?
So I didn't believe the 35 pounds either, but he looks pretty good in this video. He needs to stop taking close-up pictures of his face with his chin tucked into his neck lolHe's touched (no pun intended) on it. He's clearly having more issues than his normal depression and drinking, which wasn't healthy to begin with. He said last week he got a phone call that was bad (wouldn't say what about) and immediately started convulsing, fell on the floor and threw up. He said he can't sleep, he's riding the Peloton at 2am until he throws up (which I don't believe this story since it involves exercise) and also he's lost 35 lbs (which I also don't believe)
I think he's just mentally losing it in quarantine. He's constantly grasping at straws about this all ending because he "talked to a doctor guy he knows" or found someone on Twitter who's a doctor that meets his views. Now he's talking about moving in June? He's been drunk on IG a few times, don't think he's doing great.
Yep, he mentioned it yesterday. I can't speak for his situation, but I'd love to be able to do that. I really enjoy living close to a city, but it sucks when you’re locked inside indefinitely. Being on a lake in the middle of nowhere with a boat and jetski sounds perfect for a quarantine.So did I hear correctly that Fred is heading to the backwoods of Tennessee to ride things out? With his family, I assume? Given the way the outbreak has affected him mentally, I'm not sure if that's a good or bad thing for him to do.
My heart goes out apartment/ condo dwellers in these times. We're fortunate to have a house that has a backyard, couldn't imagine how frustrating it would be to be stuck inside a unit 24/7. Although of course, the weather has mostly sucked complete ass.Yep, he mentioned it yesterday. I can't speak for his situation, but I'd love to be able to do that. I really enjoy living close to a city, but it sucks when you’re locked inside indefinitely. Being on a lake in the middle of nowhere with a boat and jetski sounds perfect for a quarantine.
Is he doing the show from TN? Or is this a 3 week vacation?It's worse, he's not fleeing to Tenn, he's going to Tenn for 3 weeks starting Friday. He's supposed to quarantine (with his wife and kids) at his parents house without seeing them. Then after that's done they're there for like 8 days, then are flying back to quarantine at home again for 14 more days.
Meanwhile, as soon as the Stay at home is lifted, Beasley has told him from the sounds of it that he is to be back in the studio as soon as possible. I have no clue what he's doing.
If he was going to Tenn for the next 2-3 months I could see it, but for 3 weeks?
I mean...if his wife gets it, she probably dies.Fred is a bit of a libertarian I believe. Frankly I'm getting more sick of Rich who rapidly throws cold water on any discussion of any possibility of opening up anything. It's getting much worse than any of Fred's issues.
This.I mean...if his wife gets it, she probably dies.
A large percentage of SoSH does these things, tooThis.
He isn't being rational about it because of his wife and obviouly so. He's spraying mail with lysol and letting packages sit in a corner for 2 days before spraying it down and opening it. I dont agree with him but he thinks if there is any movement on the lock down she may die because of it