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May 18, 2024 30 mins

Ben Maller & Danny G. have a fun Saturday podcast for you! They talk: Dirty Dishes, Travel Log 2.0 Twelve Pack, Head on a Swivel, Marketing Slogan of the Week, Back Scratcher, & more! 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):

Speaker 2 (00:02):
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Speaker 1 (00:18):

Speaker 2 (00:18):
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The Fifth Hour with Ben Mallard starts right now.

Speaker 3 (00:28):
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Big Ben and Danny g Radio.

Speaker 1 (00:39):
A Happy eighteenth Day of May. As we slide into
the Saturday. On a Saturday morning, it is National No
Dirty Dishes Day today, which I support. That's a holiday
I get behind. And I'm the head dishwasher in the
Malor Mansion, and I've talked about this on this podcast
in the past. I believe you cannot go to bed

with a sink filled with dirty dishes. That is a taboo.
You cannot do it all dish no dishes left behind
that are dirty. All dishes must be washed. That's the
way that it works.

Speaker 4 (01:15):
Yeah. I mean, I'm a clean person, but I can
say you have a little touch of OCD. Same as
my wifey. I think there's two cups in the sink.
They're not going to kill anybody, and no home inspector
is gonna come over in the middle of the night
to look at our sink and be like, yeah, that's
five hundred points that I'm gonna have to deduct off
your score. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (01:36):

Speaker 1 (01:36):
The thing that does annoy me, though, Danny, is when
I get the dishes done and then somebody gets the
late night munchies and then they put a dish in
late at night.

Speaker 4 (01:43):
That bothers me, but great part of getting a snack,
though You do a dish in the middle of the
night when you have the munch.

Speaker 1 (01:50):
That's rude to do a dish, right, it's not. It's taboo.
You shouldn't do a dish.

Speaker 4 (01:54):
Oh, dish can wait for the morning, have someone else
clean it for you.

Speaker 1 (01:57):
In honor of National No Dirty Dishes Day, they sent
a big board, not a list because I don't do
list podcast, but they sent a big board of the
top ten foods Americans order to avoid dishes that there's
there's literally a big board for everything. So the number
one should be obvious, right, what do you think the

number one food is to avoid having to do dishes.

Speaker 4 (02:21):
Chinese, No, no, because people eat okay, but I would
think Chinese too, because we'll eat right out of the
cartons and throw the cartons into the fridge.

Speaker 1 (02:30):
Yeah, they have egg rolls on here, just a little
lower down. Number two was French fries and then chicken wings.
But chicken wings are pretty messy. They're covering sauce, right.

Speaker 4 (02:42):
Am I the only person who feels like a fat
blob after I eat French fries?

Speaker 1 (02:47):
Well, I don't eat much, so when I eat, I
like to enjoy fries. I do like I do like
to I do. I feel bloated out, Yeah, I feel blurred.

Speaker 4 (02:55):
I just I do.

Speaker 1 (02:55):
I feel bloated. But I'm okay with that because I
know I won't eat for a while, so I'm kind
of okay being blow I'm like, okay, we're fell like.

Speaker 4 (03:01):
Twenty pounds heavier after eating a serving of fries.

Speaker 1 (03:05):
Yeah, you know, I you know, I didn't really notice
this when I was really really big back in the day.
But you do instantaneously, like you just gain a few
pounds by you eat a big meal. You're gaining a
couple of pounds. But the good thing is you can
drop it a lot of it within a couple of days.

Speaker 4 (03:27):
Yeah, so that's ice cube. In one of his classic songs,
he had a famous line where he says he had
to go in to use the restroom and he said
coming out feeling about ten pounds lighter.

Speaker 1 (03:39):
Now today is also the Preakness, which is not as
famous as the Kentucky Derby, but is a wonderful, wonderful
freeloaders event. My friend sports with Coleman during the week
sent me some photos as he attends every media junket
at Pimlical Racecourse there in Baltimore as all week. There's

there's buzz and all that stuff. The smell of horse
craft from the barn at the Preakness, and they have
all kinds of crab.

Speaker 4 (04:10):
Dinners, sweet aroma.

Speaker 1 (04:12):
Yeah, that's it's a big it's a big horsepoop and
crab and people wondering will we get another triple c
I remember for years there was no triple Crown winner.
Like the last ten years or so, we've seen a
couple two or three.

Speaker 4 (04:27):
I think the fix is in. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (04:29):
But the mystic Dan, I've known guy's named Dan. They
were not mystic, but like Dan Byer. There's nothing mystic
about Dan Byer. Right, we know Dan, but there's nothing
but mystic Dan.

Speaker 4 (04:39):
Right. There one interesting thing about Dan he's never seen
any of the Rocky films, and he's never had Benny
Hannah or Hibachi. Cin are always joke that they're going
to take him on his first date to get Benny
Hannah and watch the movie Rocky.

Speaker 1 (04:55):
He's not.

Speaker 4 (04:57):
He's kind of around our age. How is it he
just doesn't watch Rocky yet? He doesn't watch movies. He's
not a movie guy at all.

Speaker 1 (05:04):
I don't watch movies anymore either, But back in those ways,
he didn't haven't watched movies when we were really watching movies.
But back when movies mattered, you had to see the movies.
That was our entertainment. There was no social media. We
lived in the Stone Age.

Speaker 4 (05:16):
Yeah, found out recently too, he has never seen Shawshank Redemption,
what one of the best films all that classic. I
know I've seen that several times. So there's something a
little mystic about that, dude. Yeah, well, we'll get into
it today. There's some other dope holidays. Today it's National
Marvin Marvin Day. So if you know someone named.

Speaker 1 (05:38):
Marvin uncle named Marvin, talk to him in a while.
It's great Marvin Gaye National Cheese or so Flay Day,
that's like fancy, Yeah, it's I love Reese's Day, Reese's Cups.
Who doesn't love those peanut butter cups? What's with parts
of the country saying Rece's Yeah? People odd in some places?

You know, that's it's a recess.

Speaker 4 (06:02):
That's it.

Speaker 1 (06:03):
Hershey's Company. Holliday was created by the Hershey's Company ten
years ago, fourteen years ago. So there you go, wonderfully
created their own holiday.

Speaker 4 (06:13):
I love that.

Speaker 1 (06:14):
Let's get to it on this podcast. We've got a
Pirate's Life for me, the Mallord Travelogue two point zero,
the twelve pack edition, and we've got some other things
that will work into the conversation. Also, we'll have a
we Yesterday we did the phrase of the week, so
we'll do the marketing slogan of the week today. And

I know, Danny you've got some tales that you'd love
to share as well. We'll get to at some point
here throughout, but we're gonna begin with this and I'll
go back. I failed to mention this last week. Bad
job by me, bad job by me, and this was
one of the coolest, most unique things that I was
blown away by. When I was in the state of

North Carolina, there's a lot of history there, some of
it very dark history in the South. For example, I
was in Charleston. They have one of the tourist destinations
they have. I guess it's the I guess the Ellis
Island for slaves. It's this port where they brought the
slaves over and they kind of broke them up and

sent them on their way from this location in Charleston.
I think I'm describing it right. So that was, you know,
depressing thing about what happened at that point. But there's
a lot of Civil War history, but there's just all
kinds of random history from the past. For example, we
went out to have a nice walk and have a dinner,
me and my in laws, and we were walking along

this river walk right next to the Cape Fear River
in Wilmington, North Carolina. We had gelatto. We had a
nice gelato right next to the Cape Fear River. And
that is where Edward Teach made a name for himself
in the seventeen hundreds. In seventeen hundreds, he's working for

Britain's North American colonies in the Carolinas, and he was
a pirate. And when my brother in law told me
about this, I said, ah, that you're you know, that's bullshit.
So he kind of told me the story and I
was like, wait a minute. And so he had he

was more known for his as Looney would say, his
gangster name or his.

Speaker 4 (08:30):
Nickname, Kirstime Looney.

Speaker 1 (08:32):
All right, So this guy had a very thin beard,
a thin bill, rather, he had a beard kind of
a fearsome appearance, and he he became one of the
most legendary pirates of all time. When I was a kid,
I heard about this guy. They made movies featuring him.
Edward Teach went by his nickname Blackbeard.

Speaker 4 (08:57):
I think he's the most famous pirate, right.

Speaker 1 (08:59):
I can't think of any pirate more famous than black Beard.
But three hundred years ago, Blackbeard the pirate was brought
to justice off the Carolina coast. I had no idea
that he was, you know, he died in what is
now American soil, but I never put it together that
that he you know, he did that for Britain in

the American colonies, and he had sailed across the high
seeds from you know, from New York to the Caribbean,
all over the place, and they have all kinds of
like shops and souvenirs. With black Beard and the Cape
Fear River, which I was told is the dirtiest river,
dirtiest waterway in the Carolinas, That's.

Speaker 4 (09:42):
What I was told, looked like San Antonio.

Speaker 1 (09:46):
Yeah, he resided in the town of Bath and spent
a lot of his years. Obviously he was robbing merchant ships.
Although I did hear, actually I read this that he
was not seen as a pirate, as like a bad
guy for the British government. He was seen as like

a wing of their military. That he was helping the
British government gain gold and stuff.

Speaker 3 (10:13):
The greatness of the raiders.

Speaker 1 (10:16):
So it was it was interesting. So they had a
bunch of stores and stuff. But I was wandering away
eight Gelatto, right next to the famous river where Blackbeard
the pirate made a name for himself. Now, as far
as the Mallard travelogue, we have the twelve pack Mallard
Travelogue two point zero, and this is the part where

we went. I went from Wilmington to Charleston for the Malametrie.
So we left the house, now did We planned to
go to BUCkies, but BUCkies was out of the way
and out of the way by like one hundred miles
total extra one hundred miles. Yeah, that's too far, not

so fast. But anyway, it's not that bad, Danny, if
you just go from point A to point B. That's
not how the mallards roll. That's the crow flies. Yeah,
it's one of those birds going. So we started out.
My wife's like, all right, there's this really good bakery

in Wilmington that my my mother in law's titles. But
the mother in lawge she liked it, and so we
went there to get some some pastries or whatever. So
we were at the bakery and it's it's a good
you know, it's a nice bakery. Let me have good
bakeries here. It's a good bakery, good local bakery. And

so we get a text that back in my father
in law's house, the gator had shown up across the street.
So we then had to high tail it back to
the house because the week, we know, the week we
were there, the alligator lives in this little retention pond
to cross the street from the house was not there.

He was out crawling around in the forest. So this
is like big. We had to see the alligator. How
many times you don't see alligators aroun here unless you
go to a zoo. And I did go to a
zoo by the way, and I saw al get her zoo.
But anyway, we went back to the house and sure enough,
there's the gator going for a swim. And so I
asked him, I said, well, is it safe to walk

around the retention pond? And he's like, yeah, yeah, he said,
they won't bother you. He said, just don't, you know,
don't run at them or don't come too close to them.
But they'll just they won't worry about you. They'll'll do
your own thing. They'll do your own thing. And they did.
They did their own thing all right. So then we
left there. We then had to go back on the road.

We then went to my sister in law's house to
see her baby. Right, so we still haven't left Wilmington
and she lives on the other side of town, so
we had to go over like a couple of bridges
and whatever. So then of course we get back on
the road and where do you think we had to
stop Danny Starbucks, right there to start start, I had
to stop at Starbucks, so you got a refresher. So

then we drive a little bit and then wait a minute, wifesight,
we hat to get some food, so we ate what
I think was the first lunch. We stopped at bo Jangles.
I stopped number five by the way at bo Jangles.
So then right across the street from bow Jangles, we realized,
wait a minute, there's a Pigley Wiggly, So I want
to see the Pickley Wiggly. So then we went to
the Pickley Wiggly and I did a little video in

the parking lot at the Pickley Wiggly and and you know,
promoting the Malor Maiden greet. So there we were. I
was at the Pigley Wiggly. Uh. Then we got back
in the car and we drove and we drove and
we drove. So we've had six stops and we're finally
leaving the Wilmington area. Then, and I mentioned this on
the Overnight show, had one of the most surreal stops

I've ever had, a place called South of the Border.
Have you ever heard of South of the Border? Danny
never never? I never heard of it either. I was
blown away. I was told you got to go check
this out. It's wild that it still exists, and that's
not a lie. So South of the Border, how would
I describe this? It is like being in a time

capsule from a time far far ago. It's like a
roadside attraction that used to have a lot of these.
It is right on the state line from North Carolina
to South Carolina on I ninety five, the main thoroughfare.
I'm told it is halfway. That point is halfway between
New York and Miami on I ninety five. So there's

a lot of people that will stop there because it's
a halfway point or whatever, and it's you gotta look
it up. Then I could say you this some photos,
but it's it's Nutso it has every stereotype you could
possibly want right out in front there. It was built today.
As I said nineteen forty nine, I'm going to look
it up south of the border in South Carolina off

I ninety five.

Speaker 4 (14:56):
Oh yeah, I'm looking at it right now.

Speaker 1 (14:58):
Originally we stopped to go to the ath room and
then it was like, wait a.

Speaker 4 (15:01):
Minute, here this there's like lots of old, big like statues.

Speaker 1 (15:07):
Yeah. I took some photos in front of the the
statues there. It's very very bizarre. Let's see, there's some
souvenirs here. I don't know which ones I want to
send here, we'll skip over that one. Blah blah blah
blah blah blah blah blah. All right, I should you
should have fireworks and yeah, and some of some of that.

But this, this place was I had never seen anything
like it. I didn't know it existed. I thought, how
bad could it be? How crazy could it be? But yeah,
right there, I just sent you a bunch of photos.
You'll get at a little taste there. Danny should take
a second. But the magic of telecommunications and text messaging.
Oh yeah, yeah, different things there.

Speaker 4 (15:54):
Right, look at that. You're standing next to a racist statue.
It's like Speedy Gonzales Burrito loco. Oh nice, yeah, nice
gift shop. Yeah, there's the big chicken statue. Yeah, very cool.
A couple of chickens there. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (16:16):
So it opened originally nineteen forty nine. And check this out.
What I sent you is actually the cleaned up version
because it used to be more racist, more on the
racist side, I guess, back in the day. But they
made it more of a cartoonish type thing. After they

had to take all the Confederate flags down. Oh you
still see them, You still see them anyways. So that
was our stop at South of the Border. Then we
kept going and shortly after that, about forty five minutes
I think it was, we got the BUCkies in Florence,
South Carolina, Gas and dinner, Gas and dinner, or usually
dinner and then gas. But we were at BUCkies. Awesome,

live up to the hype recommended. Love my BUCkies. Love
My BUCkies was everything I thought it would be. And
then some people were not lying when they talked about Buckies'
biggest gas station I'd seen, and they had unbelievable food options,
endless amounts of food. I went with the brisket sandwich,

which was just delicious, just wonderful. And then we did
something Danny by the way, where eight stops in on
the Mallard travelogue two point zero from Wilmington, North Carolina Charleston,
South Carolina. So I went to BUCkies, got back in
the car, and we we audibled audible, audible audible. Leaving Florence,

South Carolina. We then drove all across South Carolina and
we stopped we were monster hunting. Danny Monster Hunting stopped
at a small town in the boondocks of South Carolina.
Most towns are small in South Carolina. Have you heard
of the lizard Man of scape or swamp?

Speaker 4 (18:02):

Speaker 1 (18:03):
Yeah, neither did I. But one of our close confidants said, hey,
you got to check this out. There's like their version
of Bigfoot. And so this goes back to the nineteen eighties,
late nineteen way back in the late nineteen eighties in
Lee County, South Carolina, there's supposedly a creature walking around

a swamp, the lizard Man of Scape or swamp. So
we punched in the GPS where the swamp was. We'll
go there, we'll check it out, and we did. We
went there and we drove off this dirt road, just
like you'd think in all those movies about the South

dirt Road. We went to the end of a dirt road.
It had rained a little bit. Everything was all muddy,
that thick southern mud all over the car. So we
then parked the car. Then the GPS says, we have
to walk about a mile to the swamp.

Speaker 4 (19:03):
Yeah, and we did.

Speaker 3 (19:07):

Speaker 1 (19:07):
We were wearing we all had like sandals on for
the drive, so we made a last second decision to
I walked a little bit down the path to the swamp,
but there were so many beer cans, like a bunch
of like dudes were hanging out drinking beer all over there,
probably thinking they're going to find the lizardman of the swamp.

So we didn't actually end up getting all the way
to the swamp, but we were out. We were close enough,
but we were worried the car was gonna get stuck
in the mud, the rental car, and then we.

Speaker 4 (19:42):
We totally totally screwed.

Speaker 1 (19:44):
So we we did try to find the swamp monster,
but we didn't. And then on the way out of there,
driving through South Carolina, our tent stop was unexpected. We
were driving through Sumpter, South Carolina, and right on the
side of road was a historical site. Who were like, oh,
what could that be? And sure enough that was a

battle from the Civil War right there on the side
of the highway, Battle of Dingles Hall. Now I had
never heard of that. That's not the most famous Civil
War battle, but this was one of the final battles
of the Civil War before it ended, and in fact
it had actually ended. According to the sign there, but

communication was not good. They didn't have text messaging back
in the eighteen hundreds, and so even though the South
General Lee had given up, the soldiers in Sumter did
not get the message. So they were fighting still, even
though the war had already been decided. That the North
beat the South. That sucks. Yeah, that's pretty bad. But

they had a memorial.

Speaker 4 (20:52):
They had some dude, imagine losing your left leg in
a fight that didn't even count anymore, I know.

Speaker 1 (20:58):
And there were dudes that had died there and they
had their their they were buried right there on the battlefield.
Now here's where it gets at awkward, Dady. So we're
out in the middle of nowhere, off the side of
this country road, Battle of Jingles Hall. I gotta go
to the bathroom. So I want to be respectful. I
can't go go to the bathroom on a Civil War battlefield, right,

you know that that'd be rude, even though I don't
think the people there will complain because they're not around anyone.
So but I had to go partly. So what I
did is I walked. I made a technical decision. I
walked out into the to the woods behind the battlefield,
and uh, and I took care of business back there,
but it was a pretty decent one. I felt like

it would be rude to do it right out, and
we were the only ones there was. There was no one,
you know, as far as I could see. And then
on the way we got back and we were driving,
that was the ten stop. We did not stop in Darlington,
but I am amazed. I'm not a big NASCAR guy,
but we we drove past Darlington, which is home of
the Lady in Black. The Darlington Raceway, it is nuts.

It reminded me of lambeau Field. That's the comp I
would give the Darlington Raceway because I've been to Green Bay,
and you go to Green Bay, there's nothing there, and
then all of a sudden you have this Matt monstrosity
lambeau Field. Well, Darlington, South Carolina has about six thousand
people that live in it, and they have this fifty

thousand seat NASCAR stadium right there, right in the middle
of the town. So that that was pretty pretty nuts.
So and then we kept going ahead and stop at
Target to go to the bathroom.

Speaker 4 (22:40):

Speaker 1 (22:40):
I guess I drank too much. I had to keep
going to the bathroom. Then we had dinner at Zaxby's.
Zaxby's we had. I guess that's the second dinner we had.
I think that was the second dinner at Zaxby's. And
that led to a great debate, Danny, between me and
a key member of the entourage. Zaxby's or bo Jangles.

Which is better Zaxby's or bow Jangles. Not bo Jangles,
but I was debating zaxby We agreed raising Canes is
better than both of them, and bo Jangles is coming
to LA next year. I believe Zaxby's is fine, but
bo Jangles is better. It's more options, more side dishes
at bo Jangles. We were there a couple of years

ago for a wedding, and I don't know how often
I'm going to be in the South, though I guess
more than I would anticipate, because my father in law
bought a house there in Wilmington, so I would think
I'll probably end up going back a fair amount of time,
at least every few years, every you know, three or
four years, something like that.

Speaker 4 (23:42):
It'll be a bo Jangles Jangler club member.

Speaker 1 (23:45):
My right hand was getting a workout. Yeah, exactly, we
do have though, Danny, I mentioned on yesterday's podcast, we
had the phrase of the week, but now we have
the marketing slowgan of the week. Are you ready for that?

Speaker 4 (24:02):
Marketing slogan of the week?

Speaker 1 (24:06):
All right, and the slogan of the week this week
is finger licking good. Now. I love this phrase from
Kentucky Fried Chicken. The advertising slogan pimpsah yeah, baby looking good.
Kentucky Fried Chicken has used that in It goes back
to the nineteen fifties, and it's rather obvious what it

refers to that their food is so delicious and you
have to lick your fingers to savor all the juices
and the crumbs of the chicken left behind it. It's
so amazing, you have to enjoy it. It's just greats.
But I looked up the backstory. How did they come
up with it? It must have been some slick marketing firm
that came up with it, a Manhattan marketing firm that said, okay,

this is a good slogan for a chicken restaurant, finger
looking good.

Speaker 3 (24:53):

Speaker 1 (24:54):
No, The slogan finger linking good happened by accident. It
came about by accident during a commercial. A customer featured
in a commercial for Kentucky Fried Chicken was eating the
chicken in the background, and if view were called in
to complain about the customer licking his fingers, and the

manager who was part of the ad, this guy named
Ken Harborough, responded to the person complaining about the back
in the nineteen fifties, if you're licking your fingers, that
was a sexual act. And this guy Ken, the manager
of the chicken place it, responded by saying, well, it's
finger licking good, and that slogan from that point forward

has been used by Kentucky Fried Chicken. So a guy
named Ken the manager there, telling telling the tail, and
that's how that Originally. It wasn't some slick marketing firm
that came up with it. It was just some dude
trying to calm down a disgruntled customer who was offended
by someone licking their fingers after eating the chicken. So anyway,

that is the marketing slogan of the week, finger licking
good and anything else, Danny that we forgot here, anything
that we did not get to that we should have
gotten to. I'm trying to think, what do we have?

Speaker 4 (26:17):
Well I have I'm glad I didn't have to drive
on this trip. I'm going to be headed to the
airport here in just a little bit on this Saturday Thursday,
when I got home from work. This is we could
use this as a PSA. I don't know if these
are necessary on podcasts, but on our network we have
to do a certain amount of psa time, and I
know you give those from time to time on your

overnight show.

Speaker 1 (26:39):
At one point I was the king of the PSA. Yes, yep,
mister PSA.

Speaker 4 (26:43):
Don't do a lost cat magnet.

Speaker 1 (26:47):
Don't do a lost cat magnet.

Speaker 4 (26:50):
This is called slow down or have nightmares forever. So
the first time this happened was a few months back
when the WiFi and I went on a little Mini
Vaca when we were in Waikiki. We jumped from one
hotel to another one halfway through the trip. As we
left the first hotel, we got the rental truck, threw

all the luggage in, and thank goodness, I did not
speed off of the property. I took my foot off
the brake and I started to move this big truck slowly.
Thank god, Ben, because out in front of the truck
came a little kid, just a couple of years old,
who ran away from his mom and dad, and he

made a beeline straight into the valet area and ran
right in front of my moving truck. Whoa that was
Klausch I hit that brake so hard, came within a
few inches of hitting this kid. Had I been going
fast or not paying attention? So now fast forward to

just this past Thursday. I'm driving into the neighborhood that
we live in. Again, out comes a little kid running
right into the path of my car. What is going on?
I slammed on my car's break. Thank god. I was
going super slow because once I get to the neighborhood,

I slow down. I slow way down because I know
there's some kids out there. How many times is this
going to happen in twenty twenty four?

Speaker 1 (28:25):
Well, and yeah, I mean remember a few years back
the former Ravens Titan ended up accidentally hitting his daughter.
He killed him backing. I think it was his driveway
in Arizona. I remember talking about that story on the
show Todd Heap, and it was just I remember that,
I remember the accident, and it just I mean, what
are you gonna do? You know? I mean, it's crazy

crazy anyway? Uhh Yeah, just drive a little safe, slower
travel drive like you were in Carolina.

Speaker 4 (28:53):
Yeah, have your head on a swivel.

Speaker 1 (28:56):
What we do have to check the Backscratcher before we
get out of here? Back Scratcher? Will we get one review?
Two reviews? No reviews this week? We had one last
week after not having one for two months. So, Danny,
what do you think this week?

Speaker 4 (29:09):
I'm backscratcher after everybody hearing you'd celebrate a little bit
of a cartwheel last weekend, I'm gonna say we got two.

Speaker 1 (29:17):
All right, Danny, you're overly optimistic. We got one. Actually one,
we did get one. I'll say, well, I'll take one
one a week keeps the boss away. Steve from Minnesota,
he writes, and he says excellent show, five stars. As
one of the many listeners to both the podcast as
well as the original recipe show. I felt compelled to

write a review, not because Ben and Danny Gee are
begging or anything, he says, I have ever. I've been
consuming the fifth hour pod from day one and thoroughly
enjoy the different interviews and topics that come up every weekend.
Please keep up the good work. As from Steve in Minnesota,
So thank you Steve and you can write a review

and we'll scratch your back. You scratch our back, We'll
scratch your back here every Saturday on the podcast Fifth
Hour podcast Apple podcast page. It's in the description on
this podcast. Very simple to do and we do appreciate
you helping us out. We'll get out on that. Danny
safe travels back to Cali.

Speaker 4 (30:21):
Yeah yay, And enjoy the horses today.

Speaker 1 (30:26):
And well the mailbag on Sunday. Sunday, Sunday, Asta pasta,
my flation.
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