Complaining that his computer took the better part of the afternoon to process and save the podcast, Dave speculated that, “Perhaps we overloaded the system since we had such a good time on this one.” In episode 30, Dave Sussman, David Deeble, and Dave Carter spend the morning steering clear of the political weeds and, instead, focus on simply enjoying each other’s company and making pleasant use of a rare opportunity to have a Sunday Morning chat. Topics include international travel, the life of a CPAC attendee, comedy in other countries, and Dave Carter’s strategic vision for the future of the Law Firm of Carter, Deeble, and Sussman (note: don’t try and drink anything when you hear this one).

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There are 10 comments.

  1. Contributor

    The best part of waking up is Carter/Deeble in your cup.

    Always a blast chatting with you guys. And double thanks for not making it super early for the left-coaster on this daylight-savings Sunday.

    • #1
    • March 11, 2018 at 9:05 pm
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  2. Contributor

    Dave Sussman (View Comment):
    The best part of waking up is Carter/Deeble in your cup.

    Always a blast chatting with you guys. And double thanks for not making it super early for the left-coaster on this daylight-savings Sunday.

    It was great fun, Gents, and thanks again for spending some time on the program.

    • #2
    • March 12, 2018 at 3:37 am
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  3. Thatcher

    The iPhone is sitting right next to the speaker while I listen to you guys.

    Next, I’ll treat my hidden audience to some jazz, I think.

    • #3
    • March 12, 2018 at 12:11 pm
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  4. Thatcher

    40 year Las Vegas resident – since I was 5 years old. Feel free to ask me anything about living in Las Vegas. Spoiler alert … probably not too different from living anywhere else in suburban America, with the exception of having numerous mega-resorts to visit if you want to (I never have) and maybe dealing with the volcanic heat during Summer.

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    • March 12, 2018 at 12:51 pm
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    John Stater (View Comment):
    40 year Las Vegas resident – since I was 5 years old. Feel free to ask me anything about living in Las Vegas. Spoiler alert … probably not too different from living anywhere else in suburban America, with the exception of having numerous mega-resorts to visit if you want to (I never have) and maybe dealing with the volcanic heat during Summer.

    Had an office at Howard Hughes Parkway and drove a black on black Ford Thunderbird SC. From April-Sept/Oct at the end of the day, my routine was to use a gym towel to open the door, gingerly lean over to insert keys into the ignition, blast the air, turn around and walk back to the office for 10 minutes to wait for it to cool down. If any part of my skin touched leather or plastic it would burn. It was a real-life game of Operation.

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    • March 12, 2018 at 2:23 pm
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  6. Contributor

    Dave Sussman (View Comment):

    John Stater (View Comment):
    40 year Las Vegas resident – since I was 5 years old. Feel free to ask me anything about living in Las Vegas. Spoiler alert … probably not too different from living anywhere else in suburban America, with the exception of having numerous mega-resorts to visit if you want to (I never have) and maybe dealing with the volcanic heat during Summer.

    Had an office at Howard Hughes Parkway and drove a black on black Ford Thunderbird SC. From April-Sept/Oct at the end of the day, my routine was to use a gym towel to open the door, gingerly lean over to insert keys into the ignition, blast the air, turn around and walk back to the office for 10 minutes to wait for it to cool down. If any part of my skin touched leather or plastic it would burn. It was a real-life game of Operation.

    And this is why we call you Dr.!

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    • March 12, 2018 at 2:33 pm
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  7. Thatcher

    Dave Sussman (View Comment):

    John Stater (View Comment):
    40 year Las Vegas resident – since I was 5 years old. Feel free to ask me anything about living in Las Vegas. Spoiler alert … probably not too different from living anywhere else in suburban America, with the exception of having numerous mega-resorts to visit if you want to (I never have) and maybe dealing with the volcanic heat during Summer.

    Had an office at Howard Hughes Parkway and drove a black on black Ford Thunderbird SC. From April-Sept/Oct at the end of the day, my routine was to use a gym towel to open the door, gingerly lean over to insert keys into the ignition, blast the air, turn around and walk back to the office for 10 minutes to wait for it to cool down. If any part of my skin touched leather or plastic it would burn. It was a real-life game of Operation.

    I’m sitting in an office on Howard Hughes Pkwy right this minute – and I can relate to your pain. As a child, my family had a ’73 V.W. bus with black vinyl seats and, at times, no air conditioning. In the summer, you got into the car wearing what would now be considered short-shorts (because that’s how we rolled in those days) and had to sit with your feet tucked up on the seat so that your bare flesh did not touch the vinyl. You then had to put your hand inside your shirt to insulate it when you grabbed the metal seat belt to keep your hand actually bursting into flames.

    I’ll add that last summer our air conditioning unit went out over July 4th weekend, when our friend and AC guy was out of town. We ended up doing two or three weeks without air conditioning, which meant booking a hotel room that allowed pets for a few days and then staying at my father’s house for the remainder. Summer in Las Vegas is brutal, but very livable with air conditioning. Think of Vegas summer as upper Midwest winter – you stay inside most of the time and wait for the cooler temperatures of November (yeah – summer in Vegas is May to October).

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    • March 12, 2018 at 2:44 pm
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    Dave Sussman (View Comment):

    John Stater (View Comment):
    40 year Las Vegas resident – since I was 5 years old. Feel free to ask me anything about living in Las Vegas. Spoiler alert … probably not too different from living anywhere else in suburban America, with the exception of having numerous mega-resorts to visit if you want to (I never have) and maybe dealing with the volcanic heat during Summer.

    Had an office at Howard Hughes Parkway and drove a black on black Ford Thunderbird SC. From April-Sept/Oct at the end of the day, my routine was to use a gym towel to open the door, gingerly lean over to insert keys into the ignition, blast the air, turn around and walk back to the office for 10 minutes to wait for it to cool down. If any part of my skin touched leather or plastic it would burn. It was a real-life game of Operation.

    Those were pretty cars. What do you drive these days, Dave?

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    • March 15, 2018 at 7:39 am
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    Randy Weivoda (View Comment):
    Those were pretty cars. What do you drive these days, Dave?

    That car was a rocket. Loved the supercharge boost. Although still not close to the 575 hp I got from my Mustang GT before it. Love your Mustang. Great cars.

    My last two cars were Jeep Wranglers. My 2013 is still running strong 5 years new.

    • #9
    • March 15, 2018 at 9:34 am
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  10. Member

    Great show, Gents.

    • #10
    • March 23, 2018 at 10:50 am
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