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Inside the Imperfect Podcast

Inside the Imperfect Podcast


I’m Joe Kane, I’m Dan Kane, I’m Sal Conca,
and I’m Wayne Heckler and this is the Imperfect Podcast. Be sure to check us out at hecklerkane.com
and everywhere on social media. To the bumper. So today’s episode we’re doing something a
little different than we normally do. What we’re doing is interviewing each other,
so we get a chance to know each other a little little more. Because I don’t really know these guys that
I sit across the table from. I actually just came here across the street. I saw these guys, I thought they were having
a lot of fun and I decided to join them. It seemed like a good idea. None of us really have any ties. We all met on Craig’s list, right? Actually Joe and I did meet on Craig’s list. Actually we did. Let’s get back to who we really are. That’s basically what we wanted to do on this
episode and say who is the Imperfect Podcast and who are we sitting back here telling you
guys what we think about things. Exactly. We’re taking a little road trip tonight, so
that’s one of the reasons were doing this and we wanted to give you an opportunity to
ask us questions. We asked our fans out on Twitter and Instagram
to ask us some questions of their own and we had some feedback. We’re actually going to interview each other
and find out a little more about each other than we hoped to find out. Everybody gamed for that. I’m gamed. Absolutely, I know Dan is already turning
red so, awesome. It’s obvious from the beginning intro each
time, that Joe Kane and Dan Kane are brothers. That’s one thing. So, how long did you know each other. 31 years. I’ve known him a little longer. I knew him but I wasn’t aware I knew him. So growing up did you guys both watch a lot
of movies together? Yes. Here’s the thing, He is seven years younger than me. I watched a lot of movies and there were times
when we got together and watched movies, but… Movies like Ghostbusters we watched together
and stuff like that, but we actually have very different opinions-tastes on movies. We’d have a very different top five list. What is at the top of your list? The Godfather, followed by the second Godfather,
followed by Godfellas, but then it get’s a little similar because after that I like the
Dark Knight. I am a comic book geek, we have that in common. I know Joe is like the big Batman guy. You got Batman stuff on your car and you come
to gigs with Batman shirts. There is a Joker picture on the wall behind
us here at the Podcast. Exactly. Other than Batman what is in your que for
favorite movies? One of my top favorites of all time and this
is going to sound ridiculous is the Blues Brothers, the original Blues Brothers. I remember going to a friend’s house weekly
and it was like Oh, throw in the Blues Brothers on VHS. We would sit there and we would have it on
always with all the quotes, “We’re on a mission from God.” and all these things. To me it was a great movie. I am also a musician, which is in my blood. It has always been in my blood so it’s always
been one of those movies that meant a lot to me and I’m a huge Dan Aykroyd fan. We got a lot of musicians at the table. Wayne, you’re also a musician. Yes. Let’s get you in the mix. When I think as far as being a musician, a
lot of music movies that I like. I like Running On Empty, that was River Phoenix,
classical pianist on the run with Judd Hirsch. I always liked that one. Ray, I’m a big Ray Charles fan. I thought that movies was well done. Jamie Fox was awesome in that. Besides that I like comedies a lot. My Cousin Vinny, I mention a lot. That’s one of my favorites. I think that’s one that you can quote over
and over again. You know every single line. It’s just one of those movies, but I spread
it out. I like comedies, music ones. Sal is a musician also, if we want to kick
it over to you man. Sure, why not, I don’t want to interview myself. Tell us about your musical background. I grew up playing the saxomophone. You know like Lisa Simpsons was my hero. That’s a good hero. It was like oh somebody is on TV playing the
saxophone. John Cusack in every eighties cheesy movie
ever, right? Better Off Dead and all those movies I grew
up watching. Movies of the eighties were really-it was
the time when you could go home after school and on HBO every day the same movie would
be on. Every day. Better Off Dead, Ghostbusters would be on
at that time, and Amadeus. Definitely. Come on you guys have all seen these movies. Danny you might be a little young for Amadeus. It’s funny because I used to come home and
I would see all those movies and it was just past those cheesy eighties movies, Sweet 16
and all those other things. There would be Chuck Norris movies on the
alternative channel. And I remember seeing these same Chuck Norris
vs. Bruce Lee whatever that movie was, Enter Enter the Dragon. I remember Jackie Chan, Rumble in the Bronx,
where the words wouldn’t match up to what he was saying, which I tried to do right now
but it didn’t work at all. We don’t have a zoomed in camera which makes it even
worse. I have fond memories of my first rated R movie
and stuff like that. Do you guys remember what your first like,
“I got to see that, or did you have an Uncle who let you watch some movies with him the
kind of thing when your parents weren’t around. No, I had an older brother that let me watch
Beavis and Butthead when I wasn’t supposed to. I don’t remember movies that I wasn’t supposed
to see. You know it’s funny because our parents weren’t
hounds about it. It was like when you’re ready to watch the
movie, you watch the movie. If I was sitting with them watching a movie
or something, It was like they would cover my eyes when the person was about to get their
head ripped off or there was a sex scene- one or the other. But other than that it was pretty open as
far as it goes. Me passing down to Danny, my look at this,
you’re probably not supposed to watch this. I guess I was your bad influence. I wasn’t supposed to watch the Simpsons. My father didn’t care but mom didn’t want
me watching that. I was never restricted but the rest of my
family, my cousins were. Me and my cousins were all like a year apart,
so very similar age. Married With Children, that was the big no,
no. Nobody was allowed to watch Married With Children. Love and Marriage. My grandfather loved Married With Children
so much that before he passed away, we bought him a huge married With Children cut out that
he used to keep next to his recliner. The Al Bundy cut out? Yeah it was like the big movie poster sized
one and nobody could watch it. My cousins had to leave the room because he
was going to watch it and I could watch it because I was old enough. It was one of those things you know. I had a couple of older brothers an older
sister, so I think by the time they got to me, I’m the 4th child of 5, I think they kind
of eased up on that. That explains a lot. So, I was able to watch everything. I know when they talked about sex or something,
I would see my older brother kind of look over like did he understand what that meant? I would make a straight face like I wasn’t
listening. Danny was the middle sibling so he probably
caught more of the flack than anything else just being in the middle. There’s three Kane’s. Yes, we have a sister, Amanda and she’s out
there doing something. And then your cousin Candy, Candy Kane. So let’s do a little movie quotes and see
if you guys can figure this out. Ready? ” Here’s looking at you kid.” Casablanca, I’ll get you my pretty and your
little dog too. Wizard of Oz. There we go. Are you keeping track of points Sal. I am. He won’t come after me, he won’t. I can’t explain it, he would consider that
rude. Silence of the Lambs. Yeah, there you go. Have the Lambs stopped crying Clarice? Those sound effects probably sounds horrible
to those listening to this podcast. Unless they’re eating fave beans with it. Didn’t I kill you already- this one is probably
only one that I would know. Pet Cemetery? No in a big heavy voice. Hell Boy. I didn’t know it. Look how they massacred my boy. The Godfather. That wasn’t fair, that was specifically for
Dan. Well, yeah I had to throw it in. Alright here is one, I think we all know this
quote, but I’m not sure we all know where the movie is from because I think we said it
on this show before and said, “What is that movie,” I’m walking here, I’m walking here.” It’s Dustin Hoffman. Cowboy, um, Urban Cowboy, no Midnight Cowboy. Urban what are you trying to do there. One more quote, “You had me at hello.” Gone with the Wind? No Jerry McGuire. Have you ever played, Would You Rather? Okay I have a bunch of them. Let’s throw them out there and you guys go
through this. Would you rather have a dog with a cat’s personality
or a cat with a dog’s personality? I’ll take the dog. I’ll take the cat with the dog’s personality. Cat’s are evil creatures so….I’ll take a
gun to all of them. Moving on to number two. If you were born into a new life, would you
rather be born in the past of the future? Past. I’ll go with the past as well. I think the future. Freaks. Yeah. At least you know what were getting Sal, these
guys are going to be very surprised. It may not be good. That’s what I was thinking, I want to go back
to the century or the time and I wan’t to choose. There might not even be a future, what if
the earth is not here. Yeah. Then we wasted one. Have you seen 10 Cloverfield Lane? Didn’t you ever see Armageddon, they saved
the planet. That’s right. Should we tell that story how you and I used
the same song from Armageddon for our weddings. Go ahead. Well that’s the story. Alright it has been told. About a decade apart. Yes, I was married about a decade before you. Yes we did. What was the song? I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing. If my wife hears this, I’m in trouble. And I was married for about a 10th of the
time. The song lasted longer than the marriage. Alright I have a good one here, would you
rather eat shit that tasted like chocolate or eat chocolate that tasted like crap. Chocolate that tasted like crap. I agree because it ain’t shit. It’s a no brainer right there I think. Have you ever had those jelly beans that taste
like boogers, vomit and all that. There horrible. Jelly Bellys. Isn’t it like the Harry Potter series. Earwax. That’s what we should do at one point. I have them upstairs. We should literally play that game on the
air. It would be a lot of fun. It always gets me, that the guy who invents
the taste of that, the guy who invents the additives has to know what earwax tastes like. That guy has been experimenting for some time. So I think we’ll bring those down for our
Halloween episode. There you go, that will be fun. Would you rather swim 300 hundred meters through
poop or would you rather swim 300 hundred meters through dead bodies. Poop. I’ll take the poop. If Shawshank Redemption could do it and turn
out golden on the other side, so could I. That’s the quote of the episode. Are we gonna play F, marry or kill next. Sure why not. Would you rather win 50,000 dollars or let
your best friend win 500,00 dollars. My best friend win 500,000. Why because you think he’s going to share
with you. It will change his life more than 50,000 will
change mine. That’s a good answer.

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