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February 29, 2024 21 mins

Celebrating Leap Day with our favorite leaping athletes, Ben Affleck is now an Instagram husband so we go over things we never said we'd do, and "Damn! They Look Different!" highlighting the people we grew up with looking much different these days

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Speaker 1 (00:02):
Hey, welcome to another over Promised with convene on Rich.

Speaker 2 (00:07):
Oh not just another, not just any other bonus show.
This is episode forty of over Promised.

Speaker 3 (00:14):
Yeah we do, yeah forty. This show doesn't get great
pubes and he's just for men already already forty forty.

Speaker 2 (00:23):
So it's a hybrid of what we do on Patreon
and Fox Sports Radio. And speaking of Fox Sports Radio,
broadcasting live March fifteenth in Nashville, this is your invite.

Speaker 3 (00:32):
Shit, what is that? Two weeks? Yeah? Oh graduate hotels?
Do it? Do it?

Speaker 2 (00:38):
Go to see you there now, lots to get to
on today's show. There's a lot of people in the
news who look different this week, we're gonna expose them
and break it down. Plus things you say you never
do that you're actually doing now.

Speaker 1 (00:51):
But it is a leap Day. You know you invented
leap Day. Tell me Julius Caesar. Oh goes, they got that,
invented the salad and the hair cut. Yeah, but yeah,
Caesar invented leap Day. But there's a couple of people with
leap day birthdays, like Jah Rule and your favorite motivational
speaker Tony Robbins. But on Leap day, I think of
who's leaping, Lanni Pafo.

Speaker 2 (01:13):
This is just a big shout out to one of
the wrestling legends recipe Lanni Pafo. Fun fact, most people
know that's Randy Pofo, Macho Man, Randy Savage's brother leaping
into March, leaping.

Speaker 1 (01:27):
Leaping every four years. Who else is leaping? To you
when you say leaping lords are leaping?

Speaker 3 (01:33):
Ten of them?

Speaker 2 (01:33):
In fact, yeah, I think they're leaping toward the nine
leagues dancing.

Speaker 3 (01:37):
Yeah, there they go. Yeah, one lord's left out.

Speaker 1 (01:40):
You know, when it comes to leaping, I can't not
think of the greatest leap that resulted in nothing because
the Mets lost Ember. When Indy Chavez leaped beyond the
left field wall.

Speaker 2 (01:51):
It was one of the greatest leaping moments of all
time and nothing, like you said, it meant nothing but
snow cone catch. What a moment for Endy Chavez, not
Andy Dye Chavez and one of my favorites, Rich. I mean,
I always think one of the greatest outfielders, you know,
Willie Mays gets tons of credit. Jim Edmonds was my guy,
but that Kenny Lofton leap and Kenny Lofton leap That

(02:14):
dude got airtime? Is that David Justice just marveling at
the airtime? Kenny Lofton got look at that leaping on
a leap day, and Rich, I know you've said this
for years, but today's like the number one day to
get married because you have to buy anniversary gifts every
four years, right, so hey, make it count, you know,
one extra day to party, one extra day of love
on this loving month of February.

Speaker 1 (02:36):
You know, I saw someone post dumb things you thought
as a kid, like you know how like your mom.

Speaker 3 (02:42):
Would be like, hey, if you eat chocolate, you get pimpoles.

Speaker 1 (02:45):
If you swallow a watermelon seed, you you know, grow
in your belly. I know someone that thought that if
you were born on leap Day, you age that way,
like yeah, like you be forever, you'd be forever young,
like you'd be four and everyone else to be.

Speaker 2 (03:01):
Sixty thinks that gum sits in your stomach for seven years,
doesn't no, not at all. I'm just gonna sit back
and let you take over them.

Speaker 3 (03:08):
Anyway.

Speaker 2 (03:09):
Things you said you never do, and we've all said
these things or have one example, but now you do it.
You're eating your words because there's a story about Benefit
and rich. I know you got all the tea and
all the juice on this one. But he said he'd
never be Instagram boyfriend.

Speaker 1 (03:27):
Yeah, he said. You know they were together twenty years ago.

Speaker 2 (03:31):
In fact, it was four they broke up twenty years
of late had it seems like Ben.

Speaker 1 (03:35):
And j Low they're good. But he said, yo, f that,
I'm not the boyfriend that's taking pictures. I don't want
to be in the public eye. We're not on social
media f Instagram and TikTok and Facebook.

Speaker 3 (03:48):
And he's like, that's not what I do. And I'm
with him.

Speaker 2 (03:50):
It's a miserable job being ig boyfriend or husband.

Speaker 3 (03:54):
It's a nightmare. I hate it.

Speaker 2 (03:56):
And then you get nothing but complaints. Anyway, no matter
how many pictures I take my old friend, it's a
bad angle.

Speaker 3 (04:02):
Maybe it's not me a bad angle. It's the worst.
I'm terrible.

Speaker 2 (04:06):
I'm like, you know what, and hire an Instagram dude
to follow you around because that's not me.

Speaker 1 (04:10):
I hate it, so I retire. There's another article in
People magazine. It said Jennifer Lopez as Ben was reluctant
to even participate in her new documentary He's like, I
don't want to do it.

Speaker 3 (04:19):
But then he had to.

Speaker 1 (04:20):
Come to the realization that, well, shit, I'm with Jennifer Lopez.
I guess I have to take the ig picture ritory.
I guess I have to go to the award show
in a tuxedo and pretend I give a shit. But
it does bring up the thought of things you said
you would never do that you now do.

Speaker 2 (04:38):
Well, I'll start off speaking of Instagram for years, I said,
and I still stand my ground, but I can't say
I've never done it. I'm like, I'm never taking selfies.
I hated the word. I hated the term. I'm like,
selfies for lame.

Speaker 3 (04:50):
Os, selfies, get out of here, nophies. Never doing it?

Speaker 1 (04:54):
Did you mean the guy that goes in the Fox
Sports radio studio pointing at his Yankees hat.

Speaker 2 (05:00):
That's the WAT do it for the gram. So you know,
I've broken my own rule, and I still hate myself
for doing it. However, I've done it, even though I
said I never would.

Speaker 1 (05:08):
I wrote that a couple of things. Number One, I
own a pair of crocs. I said full that, No
way am I wearing crocs. I thought that was the
ugly shoe.

Speaker 3 (05:19):
It still is.

Speaker 1 (05:20):
But we got a pair of Crocs as a bet,
and it was like losers gotta wear them, like these
are comfortable, so much so that when I'm outside, you know,
getting the mail, walk around the block, you know, the
little yard work, I throw on those crocs and I
try not to ever leave the house with them. But
I got to be honest, Once in a blue moon,
I'll drop my daughter off from school. That's how it starts,
while wearing cross And next you'll be at the supermarket

(05:43):
in your crocs. Next you're gonna be out and about
on a barn night in your crocs. And next we're
not gonna be friends anymore because I won't be seen
with a dude wearing Swiss cheese rubber shoes wearing Crocs,
something I said I would never do.

Speaker 2 (05:55):
I got.

Speaker 1 (05:55):
Can you believe though, how kids love? It's really funny,
it's wild. I got one for you, if you don't
mind me throwing her at you.

Speaker 3 (06:02):
Sure.

Speaker 1 (06:03):
I met Cavino in the two thousands. We were, you know,
young twenty year old guys, and I remember Cavino so
arrogantly saying, yo, bro.

Speaker 3 (06:10):
This guy, Steve Cavino.

Speaker 1 (06:13):
I would never travel more than fifteen twenty minutes for
a piece of ass.

Speaker 3 (06:17):
I think my limit was twenty minutes for booty.

Speaker 1 (06:20):
Kavino's like, I'm not ef a girl lives an hour away.
She's not getting this guy, She's have to come visit me.

Speaker 3 (06:26):
I mean, I was.

Speaker 1 (06:27):
You know, you had a pretty harsh stance on traveling
for a woman. Meanwhile, I'm pretty sure your ex wife
you would fly three thousand miles every weekend.

Speaker 2 (06:34):
She lived in LA at the time. I was from
New Jersey and I was flying across the country every weekend,
eating my words like an ass whole Yeah, because I
said I never would, and here I am, But it
happens all the time.

Speaker 3 (06:47):
I got.

Speaker 1 (06:48):
I got one that I think a lot of parents
can relate to. Sure, I remember saying, you think I'm
gonna make a different meal for my kids.

Speaker 3 (06:56):
My kids are gonna eat what we make for dinner.

Speaker 2 (06:58):
Such a good one. And non parent sees another parent
doing that, and like, take a meat it, make a
meat it if my parents used to make me. Dude,
if my wife makes chicken with brussels freak, would I
serve you then?

Speaker 3 (07:12):
Rice?

Speaker 1 (07:12):
You know the kids don't eat it? You know, what
happens half hour later, we're making mac and cheese. You
are full of shit if you if you say your
kids eat what you eat every night. In fact, a
woman I coach with my girl, my daughter's softball team,
She's like, I try to do that. She's like, I
come from like a Mexican childhood, where like whatever, mom, ate,
if you're gonna eat it, you get a whoop in it.

Speaker 3 (07:32):
Or you ate.

Speaker 2 (07:33):
She even says, yeah, my daughter eats what she wants.
Get the chunk, club chunk, get the child. And you
know what, Speaking of parenting, we've all done this. You're
living this sleek bachelor life sort of, and you see
other parents. You say to yourself, and I said it,
I'm never gonna have my kids toys in the living room.
That's for their room or the playroom or whatever else.
Get that castle out of my sleep gass setup. And

(07:57):
then fast forward your dad, there's toys everyone, where as
a castle right next to your couch.

Speaker 1 (08:02):
I'm a super Mario Brothers like race car thing going
on in my living room right now? Oh have you
held your ground on no kids eating in your car?
I have kid that's going down.

Speaker 3 (08:12):
I have that's gotta be going.

Speaker 1 (08:14):
I've gone down in history as it's the one thing
that I stick stayed strong up.

Speaker 2 (08:20):
So every time I take the kids out, I just
use my wife's car. I got a few more things
you said you'd never do. For years, I used to
make fun of rich this guy here for watching The Bachelor.
I mean for years, I waste your time watching that
trash started dating a girl who loved a bachelor, and
I fell into that trap. And now I hate myself
you more for being that guy for love and trash TV.

(08:41):
At times, I like more of The Bachelor and Paradise.

Speaker 1 (08:44):
Stuff that's good and dating shows, reality shows, things that
a lot of people said I would never I said
for a year, I made fun of you for years
for watching that.

Speaker 2 (08:54):
How about this wearing sweatpants to work. I haven't done it,
but you do it to work? Well, they call you
sweat pant Dicky. I'll tell you this. Here's the here's
the fun of it. When you're on Fox Sports radio
or doing any type of radio, TV streaming.

Speaker 1 (09:10):
It's always waste up. So all I gotta worry about
is putting on a fresh shirt. I wear sweatpants most dates.
In fact, I'm wearing sweatpants right now.

Speaker 3 (09:18):
It's casual gray Ones.

Speaker 2 (09:20):
Oh oh, casual Friday, every day for rich days in
the gym after the show. In his defense, it happened
to so many people that said they'd never do it
because of a pandemic. Pandemic made everybody lazy. People didn't
pu jeans on for years now sweatpants.

Speaker 1 (09:35):
And when we broadcasted live from the super Bowl all week,
that might have been the first, like seven days in
a row that I wore jeans.

Speaker 3 (09:41):
And it's like four years of my life. A little snug.
They feel weird.

Speaker 2 (09:46):
And to tie into sports a little bit, we are
Fox Sports Radio. This is over promised. You knows certain
players I said throughout my life, I'll never root for
that guy.

Speaker 1 (09:55):
I hate that guy.

Speaker 2 (09:56):
And a few that come to mind, or you know,
former rivals like I'm a Yankees fan of Roger Clemens
and here i am come.

Speaker 3 (10:04):
On Rocket, yeah.

Speaker 2 (10:06):
Right, Johnny Damon and even guys like Jason Giambi.

Speaker 3 (10:10):
I'm like the Gambino. Get this guy at and then.

Speaker 2 (10:13):
Your root and for him because he's on your team
now and this coming season. Marcus Stroman hated that dude
because he said all these things about the Yankees.

Speaker 3 (10:21):
Now here I am.

Speaker 2 (10:21):
I'm sure the season it's gonna take you a minute,
but I'm be rooting for the guy. Things you said
you'd never do for me. You say Stroman or Johnny
Damon for me. Richard Sherman as a forty nine Ers.

Speaker 1 (10:32):
Fan, I was like ever Richard Truman and the Seahawks
and the legion of Boom. Now I look at him
post career. He always has the Niners back. I like
reading he noticed too, a.

Speaker 2 (10:44):
Little little bit of the thin line between love and
hate too, right, because you hated Richard Sherman and he
hated all these things. But it's because he's secretly kind
of or you like a banana peel away, you know,
from loving all these things, I got another one.

Speaker 1 (10:56):
And it also goes to that mom or dad life shit,
you know when you coach kids sports. I'm a competitive guy,
like I'm a guy that I mean, That's why I
sweatpants on. You're just ready for a game. I want
to we go the batting cage, where we go bowling
or play pool.

Speaker 3 (11:10):
I want to beat you.

Speaker 1 (11:11):
I'm a competitive guy, like shit, I don't rest I
play softball.

Speaker 3 (11:15):
I want to win.

Speaker 1 (11:17):
But when I coach my daughter they're six and under,
you start caring about the score and who's winning and
losing when they're like eight, nine or ten.

Speaker 2 (11:26):
People that don't have kids that are like they're five,
you got to be keeping score.

Speaker 1 (11:30):
I was that guy, and now I'm like, no, no,
I know what I'm teaching the girls now, how to
hold the bat fundamentals, had to field the ground ball,
you know, like so rich.

Speaker 3 (11:40):
Puts the fun in fund of dude.

Speaker 1 (11:41):
So I think that's something I said I would never do,
which was like, who cares about the score.

Speaker 3 (11:46):
Because when the kids are five or six, that shit
doesn't matter.

Speaker 1 (11:50):
It's when they were like eight and they start being like,
all right, who's winning, that's when you do it.

Speaker 2 (11:54):
I feel the same about I say this kindly gently,
with a warning participation trophies. I just think there's an
age limit, which I say, I think it's like when
you see them, yeah, Like I used to be like,
that's for losers.

Speaker 3 (12:14):
You got to earn your trophy.

Speaker 2 (12:16):
Right, But when they're little, it just feels their confidence
and it's nice.

Speaker 3 (12:21):
And anyone that disagrees, I could promise you haven't seen it.

Speaker 2 (12:24):
No, you don't have kids or you've never witness you've
ever witnessed when you see five and six year olds
that don't even know the game and they're learning, you
reward them all so that they keep an interest. And
I hated that until I never accept it, and I do,
but to a point eight or nine.

Speaker 3 (12:40):
Yeah, now you're eating.

Speaker 1 (12:42):
When I hear someone say that, you know what I
want to say. I want to say, all right, you know,
come down Saturday or Sunday morning, watch these five and
six year olds play and tell me if there's even
a score. No. Yeah, it doesn't like when we're trying
to encourage when they don't even know which way to
run or how to catch a ball. And there's not
one girl, it's not girl that's six or five that
could throw the ball to another girl consistently and catching

(13:04):
in their glove.

Speaker 2 (13:05):
I mean, you know, when you and I agree, it's fact.
So I do support them. I you know, I used
to feel one way, Now I feel another. And thank
you again for hanging out with us. Cavino and rich
Over promised two to four on the West Monday through Friday.

Speaker 3 (13:18):
Yeah, that's five to seven, five to seven.

Speaker 1 (13:22):
Most of our affiliates are on the East Coast, so
five to seven for most people. Fox Sports Radio. Now
here's a little something that we like to call damn.
They look different.

Speaker 2 (13:34):
Damn. Now, for some reason, over the last week or so, celebrities, athletes, musicians,
we're seeing a lot of people pop up in the
news and in sports where it's like, shit, they look different.

Speaker 1 (13:43):
And I'm not trying to be rude about it to
just you know, people get older, people change for the
good or the bad.

Speaker 3 (13:48):
It's kind of rude. He's honestly, he's a guy stallow
to it looks way different. This guy's a little rude. No. Look,
you can't beat father time. You could fight it this
honor in the fight.

Speaker 2 (14:00):
Or maybe it's something you did, maybe he did a
little tweak, Maybe you stopped dyeing your hair, maybe gained
some weight, lost some weight.

Speaker 3 (14:06):
It happens. So like Rich said, or.

Speaker 1 (14:09):
If you're like Jeff Garland on Curb when he just
started dyeing his hair, right.

Speaker 2 (14:12):
Yeah, yeah, look, it's it's not anything bad. It's just
you have eyes and you can't help but notice. And
there was a few stories this week that jumped at
us out of us, so like, damn, everybody looks a
little dip.

Speaker 3 (14:26):
Want to start with a guy that was on your
childhood bedroom wall.

Speaker 2 (14:29):
How could you not notice this when he was on
my wall? He had no mustache, he had a pinstriped
suit on. He was the hit man Donnie Baseball. Now
he's old man Winter. I was like, what the hell
is that? I was Is it the Blue Jay's uniform
that's throwing me off? Or the beard?

Speaker 3 (14:45):
Both.

Speaker 1 (14:46):
He has a full on fluorescent extra white beard. It's
like Leslie Nielsen.

Speaker 2 (14:51):
If you honestly, if he was not on the Blue Jays,
let's say he was on the Reds, he looked like
Santa Claus.

Speaker 3 (14:56):
That beard is weird. Kids, wybody's sitting on his lap.

Speaker 2 (14:58):
And here's just where that beard ages in twenty five years,
because he's still like in shape and young looking. If
he shaved that beard. Look right here in our studio.
This is how I remember Donnie Baseball. I got these
cards right here, you know, from his heyday with the moustacio,
you know, looking young and handsome.

Speaker 3 (15:14):
This is him. This is game warn this is Donnie Baseball. Yeah.
That threw me off, man, it really did.

Speaker 1 (15:19):
Speaking of your losh Yankees, yeah, I got to play
for the Yankees. I think an underrated Yankee because people
forget that he helped them win a World Series in nine.
This is a great story this week. Hilarious a Rod hilarious.
People I don't know forgot that he's not a white guy.
He's Dominican. It's hilarious. And you know, he was sitting

(15:41):
there court Sight next to stephen A. Smith and people
were like, that's a Rod. A Rod got real dark
and he even had to address it. He had to
address it because he went so viral. He's like, look, guys, relax,
I'm Dominican. I fell asleep on vacation. I get dark.

Speaker 3 (15:56):
What do you want for?

Speaker 2 (15:57):
Everything's fine, you know, nothing's crazy, but you couldn't help.
But notice at the Timberwolves game that he looked so different.

Speaker 3 (16:04):
He got a bad fIF ten like Ross on Friends.
It's so funny, man.

Speaker 1 (16:07):
He looks so dark that again people were confused, and
the fact that he had to remind everyone that he's Dominican.

Speaker 3 (16:13):
I mean his last name is Rodriguez. You know he's Hispanic, right,
get your head out. Yeah, he looked different though.

Speaker 1 (16:18):
You know I'm gonna throw you a positive one, okay, Yeah,
there's a there's a Rod Courtz.

Speaker 3 (16:23):
That's funny Shwimmer with the bad tan.

Speaker 1 (16:26):
Yeah, Pablo Sandoval the panda, Yeah, he's back. He's making
a comeback or trying to make a comeback with the Giants.

Speaker 3 (16:32):
And not to be rude. Towards the end of his career,
he was pretty fig well.

Speaker 2 (16:37):
He lost forty pounds, dude, that's him in twenty twenty
one with the Braves.

Speaker 3 (16:42):
He went from look.

Speaker 2 (16:43):
It's baseball and overweight two seventy to a kind of
spelt two thirty, lost forty pounds. This might be his
comeback season back with the Giants, and he's looking good, dude, So.

Speaker 1 (16:56):
Props to him there, Pablo the Panda Sandoval. If you
watch the Daily Show, highest ratings in over six years.
John Stewart's back. He even made fun of himself because
he was mocking how Trump and Biden are both like
way old. Yeah, he's like, I'm twenty five years younger
than both of the presidential candidates and he goes, look
at how I used to look compared to now.

Speaker 3 (17:17):
Wow.

Speaker 2 (17:17):
And that was his first show, right, his first show
to now And he also told.

Speaker 3 (17:23):
That miserable story about his dog dying. Oh, I'll age you.

Speaker 1 (17:27):
John Stewart got to be on that list, and again
he's bringing it daily Show's got some ratings because of him.
But you're right not to John Stewart. We remember from
the early two thousand, Well, when you go day one,
it's a trend two in sports. You know, this guy's
first day in the league to where they are now
everybody our first day on a job, to everybody looks
different in all fairness, but damn John Stewart in the

(17:49):
news this week.

Speaker 3 (17:50):
Another person in the news this.

Speaker 2 (17:52):
Week was Kelly Osborne because she was talking about how
she got in a fight with her husband. Husband didn't
want to put Osbourne at the end of their kid's name,
and now they're gonna they're gonn hyphen it the name
and people are like damn. And at awards shows people
are seeing her like damn. Kelly Osbourne if you haven't
seen her, looks a lot different than she used to.

Speaker 1 (18:13):
On the Osbourne I'm not I'm not being rude, but
I'm pretty sure someone said she said she got no
work done.

Speaker 3 (18:21):
She did.

Speaker 1 (18:21):
She said that on her own podcast. Yeah, if she's
saying it's only filler and both talks. I might believe her,
but you know some girls got that like cheek. What
is it like buckle fat or whatever? That buckle fat.
I'm not some plastic surgery expert, but I've seen the
girl on the left, like, let's be honest, like young
Kelly Osbourne does not look like the hottie on the right.

Speaker 3 (18:43):
Thing, Well, hold on, hold on.

Speaker 2 (18:45):
You think that Sam Osbourne admittedly has taken ozembic and
she lost a lot of weight.

Speaker 3 (18:50):
I mean maybe she did. I don't. I don't know.

Speaker 2 (18:52):
Ozzie had something to say about it, but I couldn't
make it out.

Speaker 3 (18:57):
But you know, she looks great but totally different. And
this is all in just this week.

Speaker 2 (19:04):
And that being said, guess who came to the studio
this week freshly faded beard, all trimmed.

Speaker 3 (19:09):
Up, and he's like, I got the Kelsey cut. Guess
who our dude? Spot who?

Speaker 1 (19:15):
You could say from the minute we met Spot till now,
it's like two different humans.

Speaker 2 (19:19):
If you hadn't seen Spot in a while, Yeah, you
know we we will go to an event. We just
came back from Super Bowl. Ran to old colleagues. People
are like that Spot look, yeah, look at me, thinks
he's Spotty. Kelsey got the Kelsey cut, got the beard.
When I first met Spot, when he first started working
with us. Yeah, clean shaven afro, look like Jonah Hill.

(19:41):
That's that's me in Spot twenty years ago.

Speaker 3 (19:43):
Wow. I mean it looks like I got somehow he
long flat doped. What's going on?

Speaker 2 (19:46):
We got the Herman Munster. But I don't think I
look that much different. You think I look much different?

Speaker 3 (19:51):
Competitive Spot?

Speaker 2 (19:51):
You look like you just.

Speaker 3 (19:55):
Your side by side.

Speaker 2 (19:56):
I mean, dude, I mean I think I look I
think I look at there there there. I might have
just been a little more slender and clean shaven. I
was twenty one maybe there that's twenty years ago.

Speaker 3 (20:07):
Wow. Spot.

Speaker 2 (20:08):
That's a big difference, though, especially for people that hadn't
seen you in a long ass time. That's just the
way people change. It happens. But that's just this week alone, dude.
But with o zembic and brotox and boatox and procedures,
I mean, we just have to get.

Speaker 3 (20:26):
Used to this.

Speaker 1 (20:28):
It's the way of the world and people aging. It's okay,
it'd be weird if we all look the same. No
one's saying you gotta look the same, and you should evolve.
But that was this week alone, by the way, going
back to the things I thought I would never do.
I never thought I would do touch ups, but uh yeah, Hey,
admittedly once in a while little little just for men,

(20:48):
touch up on the sideburns.

Speaker 3 (20:49):
Or something just for Vonto's little botox. Yeah no brotox yet,
but I'm not saying I won it. One day.

Speaker 2 (20:55):
Maybe when I hit Maybe maybe in a decade, when
I hit the big five ozho maybe next decade. Well,
thank you, Thank you guys again for hanging out with
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