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July 1, 2024 77 mins

New York Times Bestselling Author, Jeff Pearlman joins Bobby and tells him some unforgettable stories about athletes, such as Michael Irvin stabbing someone, Bo Jackson's record breaking 40, and much more! Plus, Kickoff Kevin found a game of trivia, so the podcast splits into teams and the game comes down to the final question. And the podcast talks about the most famous athlete we met as a child. 


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Speaker 1 (00:03):
This is a podcast called twenty five Wists talking for
and they aware a whizz.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
So yeah, it's too bad, but what did you expect?

Speaker 3 (00:13):
It's a podcast called twenty five Whist Souls twenty wine.

Speaker 4 (00:18):
Hello, blow that beautiful bean footage.

Speaker 2 (00:22):
Thank you.

Speaker 4 (00:23):
Hey, So our poker buddy, did you are you in
that group that he made a text group?

Speaker 2 (00:28):
It's an Instagram group.

Speaker 1 (00:30):
Ooh, I don't know, having checks.

Speaker 4 (00:31):
And maybe it's going into like your general Okay, I
gotta look at that because I got a message. And
so Eddie and I invested in a poker player. His
name is Nate Forrest, right, yeah, and so there's this
group that I'm in and I don't know who else
is in it. Oh, you're in an Eddie, it's me,
you and him. Okay, I gotta look at I guess requests.
It's called WSOP fifty like World Tires of Poker. He said,

you guys, let me know if an Instagram group chat
like this is best for updates, and then he says
we're all in to win, and then he posted last
night at like one am, I went in it for
two K, two thousand dollars not the video game and
cashed out at six thousand or so in a game tonight.
It's gonna be a great summer boyees.

Speaker 1 (01:14):
But that's we're not included in that.

Speaker 2 (01:16):
We don't get the money.

Speaker 4 (01:17):
He's just showing as he's playing like boys, I say,
is it z s it's an s okay?

Speaker 3 (01:24):
So yeah, I don't see it bones, but I'll get
with you afterwards, try to.

Speaker 2 (01:26):
You're in it. But it's called like wsop's.

Speaker 5 (01:29):
That girl, which girl, Hey.

Speaker 4 (01:33):
Don't do that money girl. We have a great interview
coming up with Jeff Pearlman, A plus. We should just
go to that first. Yeah, just because dude, it's so good.
I am a massive Jeff Pearlman fan, meaning he's my
favorite TikTok account. I say this, but he's written ten
amazing books. He's a best selling author, the New York
Times best selling author. He's written books about Bo Jackson,
the Showtime, Lakers, the nineties Cowboys, Great Rider. His fun

fact about him his wife saw a flyer to coffee shop, Hey,
somebody needs kidney, went through the process, don'tate to kidney
to somebody.

Speaker 2 (02:05):
That they didn't even know.

Speaker 4 (02:06):
His wife did, and then years later they've become friends
with them. But didn't know them forever. But don't ned
a kidney because she saw a flyer in a coffee shop.

Speaker 1 (02:13):
I want to do that so bad.

Speaker 4 (02:15):
Yeah you don't, or you would, but don't make this
about you. You know, so you want to go to
the interview, now, can do it? Let's go to Jeff Perlmans.
So there's literally only one person that when I get
on my TikTok, I go and search their profile to
make sure that I don't miss any content. And it's
our guest. Now, who's Jeff Pearlman. And you can follow
him on TikTok Jeff Pearlman author. But it's my favorite

TikTok account in the whole world because Jeff, you just
get on and I don't know what your motivation was
or if you thought this is going to be, but
your stories are freaking so good because they are all sports.
Was this some sort of strategy or are you just
like I'm just gonna hit the button and tell stories.

Speaker 6 (02:52):
No, I'll tell you exactly what happened.

Speaker 7 (02:54):
There was a maybe four months ago, five months ago,
I gave some advice or a bunch of layoffs in
sports media, and I gave some advice on Twitter to
young journalists coming up, and this one website slammed me,
just slam me and basically said, why would you ever
take advice? I'm fifty two, Why would you ever take
advice on social media? And TikTok and blah blah blah

basically from this dinosaur. And I was like, like, I'm
going to take this as a challenge. I've avoided TikTok
my whole life. I'm gonna take it as a challenge.
I'm just gonna go on TikTok. And my son, who's
his name is Emme, he's seventeen. He's like, Dad, don't
go on TikTok. I was like, I'm doing it. He's like,
it's it's for teenage girls. Don't do it. I was like,
I'm just gonna do it. I'm just gonna tell stories.
He's like, don't use filters, don't do any of that.

I was and I didn't. I haven't touched a filter
I think one time, but otherwise have it. And I
just like start telling stories because I like telling stories anyway,
and you know, I've had a long career. It's kind
of resonated. I'm always surprised that people listen.

Speaker 4 (03:51):
I've made a lot of notes about things you've talked
about or things that I wanted to ask you, and
often I talk back to you. You just are a
recorded message that can't talk back to me. So it
actually good to do this in person. Showtime the book
you wrote with which was Magic Kareem Riley and the
Los Angeles Lakers, that turned into Winning Time Correct Correct.
And so when they come to you and say, hey,
you want to turn this into a television show, how

how do they approach you and how much are you
involved in actually making sure that they translate what you've
written correctly.

Speaker 7 (04:20):
So it initially started about nine years ago. I lived
in California. Now I was living in Newershelle in New York,
and a screenwriter named Jim Heckt just called me and said, hey,
I really love your book. I was like, all right,
and if you'd write enough, but I bring ten books.
I'm like, you do get stuff optioned and it almost
never happens, nothing ever comes of it, so you've become
very jaded and skeptical. So he came to my house

and he's like, I really think this could be something,
and I was like, all right, Okay, yeah, no, it
can really be saying okay, all right.

Speaker 6 (04:47):
And then the years passed and one.

Speaker 7 (04:50):
Day I think I someone sent me a link to
an article on the Hollywood Reporter or a variety and
it said John c Riley cast to play Jerry Buss
in whatever show based on Laker book.

Speaker 6 (05:02):
And I was like, that's interesting. I'm like, that's my book.

Speaker 7 (05:05):
And then it was one after another after another, A
big actor is cast in this show and the beauty
was And I'm not just saying this. They really kept
me involved. They really kept me in the loop. But
they would ask me a ton of questions.

Speaker 6 (05:17):
Is this right? Is that right? How does this work?
How does that work?

Speaker 7 (05:20):
I go to set, My wife, my kids, and I
were all had little cameos in season one.

Speaker 6 (05:25):
It was the Dreamy experience and it paid for my
college at my kid's college education. So it's great.

Speaker 2 (05:31):
I love the show. I wish they would have continued
the show.

Speaker 4 (05:33):
And I don't think it was a people didn't like
the show. Was COVID The reason why did they tell
you the show shut down?

Speaker 7 (05:40):
I think HBO GOT really has gotten kind of cheap,
to be honest with you, and it was a very
expensive show to make no doubt about it. And it
also season two came out during the Writer's strike and
actors strike, the strike strikes, and nobody could promote it,
Like literally nobody could promote it, so none of the
stars could mention a peep about the show, and I

just think it kind.

Speaker 6 (06:02):
Of died in a vacuum.

Speaker 4 (06:03):
Guy was so good, so good, And I learned a
lot about pat Riley, like I didn't know. I thought
they cast him awesome, and I didn't know that he
came was like a broadkeep, obviously a player and then
a broadcaster. I mean, is that very similar to what
JJ Reddi's doing right now?

Speaker 7 (06:19):
Well, Riley had a little more experience because he well
he had been a broadcaster and he also had been
an assistant to west Head early on JJ redd I've
never seen anything like this with JJ Reddick.

Speaker 6 (06:30):
I don't think where guy literally has.

Speaker 7 (06:32):
Zero coaching literally zero coaching experience. Ever, it seems pretty
new and pretty risky for me. Not a big fan
of that hire.

Speaker 4 (06:40):
I got to say, your book Three Ring Circus, Kobe,
Shack Phil and the Crazy Years of the Lakers, which
is a different book, came out like six years later
and I was listening to you talk about Kobe and
how Kobe wasn't as cool as people assumed he was.
He was actually a bit awkward. Is that because he
lived in another country for most of his.

Speaker 6 (06:58):
Life largely he was a kid.

Speaker 7 (07:01):
He grew up largely in Italy, one of the few
black kids you know in his community in Italy. Then
he moves to America for high school and he lives.
He used to tell people from Philly, it's from Lower Marion,
which is a leafy suburb. Again, one of the few
black kids. He kind of grows up in this bubble.
He's very awkward, but he becomes a celebrity in high school.

He takes Brandy to his prom, which is kind of weird.
He had never met her, but he takes it to
the prom. When he was dating his wife Vanessa, no
one on the Lakers knew about it. Literally, nobody in
the Lakers knew about it. When he got married, he
didn't invite any of his teammates. His teammates didn't even
know he was getting married. He just had a real
kind of standof office approach to life.

Speaker 6 (07:43):
I think he thought. When I interviewed Shaq for the
book and this is before Kobe died.

Speaker 7 (07:49):
We were talking about their nicknames and how Shaq went
by like Shack Diesel on the Big Aristotle and Kobe
went by Black Mamba, and how Kobe genuinely thought of
himself as the Black Mamba, you know, like he wasn't
in on the joke. And Shaq said to me, he goes, uh,
now you know what I was dealing with. And I
just think, like it's weird to talk about a guy
after he died, and kind of but he was a

very just an awkward, socially awkward guy who grew, as
you know, by the time he was a dad.

Speaker 6 (08:15):
I think he was much more kind of down with
it all.

Speaker 4 (08:18):
Did Shaq and Kobe ever have a good relationship? Where
did he go from just kind of confused to bad?
And then how else do you play with somebody you hate?

Speaker 6 (08:26):
I mean, I would say it was always it was
never great.

Speaker 7 (08:29):
Like the thing is, Shaq really wanted Batman Robin, like
in his mind that was this what this was going
to be Batman Robin and he was Batman and Kobe
is Robin, and he wanted Kobe to come to him
and talk to him and you know, seek out wisdom
and Kobe wasn't that guy Kobe. When Kobe first came
to the Lakers his first team meeting training camp, He's

eighteen years old, barely eighteen years old, and all the
Lakers are standing around and the coach Stelle Harris has
them just introduce themselves. So Nick x so I was like, yeah, yo,
I'm Nick from went to Cincinnati, and Eddie Jones, I'm
Eddie Jones Temple Shack, Big Shack from LSU. And Kobe goes,
I'm Kobe and nobody here is gonna punk me Like
he was eighteen years old, and that was the way

he introduced himself to the other Lakers, and he just
would not allow that thing that Shaq wanted. And how
do they play together? Well, they were just great. Like
they were just great. And at the end of the day,
you don't have to love your teammates or necessarily even
like your teammates. If your teammates are great and they
help you win, and they help you get rich, and
they help you get all the spoils of success, it
always works out, usually works out.

Speaker 4 (09:33):
Was that largely based with insecurity with Kobe early on,
it sounds like that's what I would say, and what
did say whenever I was wild I'm only moderately insecure
at this point, but when I was wildly insecure, I
would say stuff like that, like I'm the best, Nobody's
gonna take me.

Speaker 6 (09:47):
I Actually, it's so funny.

Speaker 7 (09:48):
When I was a young writer at the Tennessee and
I started my current in the nash and Nasville at
the Tennessee, and I was this cocky I'm.

Speaker 6 (09:55):
The best writer here, blah blah blah blah blah. Nobody's
gonna be better or me.

Speaker 7 (10:00):
I think youth, you sometimes just have that, and you
just think things that aren't that important are incredibly important.
And most people, you realize later, most people just want
to get home to their kids at the end of
the day, or you know whatever, see a movie or
relax on the couch. But to you, it's life and death.
I think for Kobe, he viewed every moment of his
NBA career as life or death and cutthroat and these

people are trying to take what's mine. And Shack was
always kind of in on the joke. He got the
joy of it all. He understood the spoils. He wanted
the spoilers in his off season.

Speaker 6 (10:28):
He didn't want to be in a gym in the offseason.
He wanted to be in a pool. And I just
think there was a real just difference between their philosophies.

Speaker 2 (10:34):
Bo Jackson, how fast was bo Jackson?

Speaker 6 (10:38):
Four one three forty four one.

Speaker 2 (10:40):
That's unbelievable to be that big? Are we sure?

Speaker 7 (10:43):
One hundred percent? And here's a right, here's the crazier thing.
He goes to the Raiders and uh, you know, he
played baseball. Then he signed with the Raiders and they
set up a forty for him to run on grass
after practice one day and they measure it and Tom
Floores as a coach, and he says, run to forty
and he does a He does a four to one

nine on grass and Tom Floy as a coach, doesn't
believe it, and he says, measure that off again.

Speaker 6 (11:10):
Blah blah blah, blah blah blah. He runs it again.

Speaker 7 (11:12):
He runs a four to one seven. He was the
fastest man to ever play in the NFL, There's no
question about it. And he was two hundred and twenty
pounds at his max. Insist in sand if.

Speaker 4 (11:21):
He was a four to one nine or four one
seven with a handheld. Do we think he might have
even been a bit faster.

Speaker 7 (11:27):
I mean, he might have been. It's possible. He I mean,
the four to one three was official, and he d wait.
The craziest story to me about his speed in a
lot of ways is when he played with the Royals.
His first game was against a White Sox uh September one.

Speaker 6 (11:41):
Nineteen eighty six. He's a late season call up.

Speaker 7 (11:45):
His first at bat, he hits a ground ball to
second base to second base, and this is on tape.

Speaker 6 (11:51):
He beats it out.

Speaker 7 (11:53):
He beats out the ground ball to second base for
his first major league kit and behind home plate, all
the scouts are clocking it.

Speaker 6 (11:58):
They off their clocks. Everyone's like, what did you get?
What'd you get? And they're like, no, I got it wrong,
I got it wrong, And finance like, what did you get?

Speaker 7 (12:04):
It was the second fastest recorded time ever from home
to first by a right handed hitter, and this was
his first major league at bat.

Speaker 6 (12:12):
He was just preposterously fast.

Speaker 2 (12:14):
And to be that big in that fast, like that's
is he? In your mind?

Speaker 4 (12:18):
Of the athletes that you've seen the most, what could
have been had injuries not got them?

Speaker 6 (12:23):
Yeah? I mean in a lot of ways. That's why
I wrote the book.

Speaker 7 (12:26):
I think that the characters of the book are Bo
Jackson and what could have been Bo Jackson, because there's
this whole question mark over what if he had stayed healthy?
Would he have become Gary Sheffield? Would you become Mike Trout?

Speaker 6 (12:37):
And in football would he have been an Eric Dickerson?

Speaker 7 (12:39):
Would you have been to Walter Payton? Is this these
questions that hang over him that make it really interesting.

Speaker 4 (12:43):
My buddy Eddie's a massive Dallas Cowboys fan, huge, massive,
Like for gifts, I got him a seat from the
old Cowboys stadium with like old cowboys that had signed it.
We went and we're lucky enough to go fly around
with Jerry Jones last year, Like we try to pursue
Cowboys stuff because he loves them so much. And you
wrote a whole book, the Glory Days and the Party
Knights of the Dallas Cowboys Dynasty, which was a lot

of the like the nineties cowboys, right, the Jerry Jones
or the Jimmy Johnson.

Speaker 2 (13:09):
How wild were they?

Speaker 6 (13:11):
Oh my god?

Speaker 7 (13:12):
I mean, I've really written two books about wild teams.
One was about the eighty six Mets called the back
guys one and there's this book called Boys Will Be Boys.
The Cowboys are the craziest team there. I mean they
literally had a place called the White House, which is
a suburban house where they would as Nate Newton, a
former offensive lineman, used to say, we're just bringing back

some hoes.

Speaker 1 (13:34):
Why that's a big deal, Cowboys.

Speaker 7 (13:39):
There's a there's a moment in the book later in
the run in the Dynasty toward the end. One day
they used to bring a barber named Vinnie to training
camp to cut everyone's hair. And one day Everett McIvor,
a young offensive lineman, goes in the barber chair and
mikeae irvin feels like his turn has been split skipped,

and he says, yo, get out of my chair. And
ever mciverer's like, I'm not getting out of the chair.
Irvn's like get out of the chair.

Speaker 6 (14:05):

Speaker 7 (14:06):
Guyver's like I'm not getting out of the chair. Every
mcgiver stands up, punches Michael Irvin. Michael Irvin grabs a
barber scissors and stabs ever mckiv in the neck.

Speaker 6 (14:16):
Whoa blood everywhere.

Speaker 7 (14:18):
They have to call paramedics, And at that point Michael
Irvan was on probation, and they never called in the
crime because if they did, Mike, everyone probably kind of.

Speaker 6 (14:27):
They were crazy. They were just crazy. They were joyful,
but they were crazy.

Speaker 3 (14:30):
How hey, Jeff, how challenging was it to write about
the Cowboys them being such a huge image, Like was
there a lot of.

Speaker 2 (14:37):
Red tape that you had lawyers?

Speaker 1 (14:38):
Yeah? How does what's that process?

Speaker 6 (14:41):
It wasn't.

Speaker 7 (14:41):
Actually, First of all, it helps that they're public figures,
Like the main characters are public figures, and a lot
of their stuff is just out there, and there are
a lot of police reports back then to being honest
in Dallas from the team and the different instances that happened.

Speaker 6 (14:55):
And the other thing is, okay, this is probably two
nuts and bats.

Speaker 7 (14:59):
But like my general last week when I write these
books is like, all right, Mike Irvin has been interviewed
one hundred thousand.

Speaker 6 (15:05):
Times about his time with the Cowboys, But the.

Speaker 7 (15:08):
Backup running back hasn't, the third string quarterback hasn't, the
guy who was in training camp for two weeks in
the University of Delaware hasn't. Like there are all these
people who are there, who are eyewitnesses who experienced it,
who were part of it who either have never told
their stories or just told their stories to like a
wife or you know kids.

Speaker 6 (15:26):
So those are my people, and that's how you get
a lot of good information.

Speaker 3 (15:30):
I saw you said that your son's names Emmett. Are
you a Cowboys fan or where did that come from?

Speaker 6 (15:34):
No, I grew up a very sad New York Jets fan.
We just picked the name because we liked the name.

Speaker 1 (15:38):
Okay, I thought there was more there.

Speaker 6 (15:40):
Oh good, No, nothing, Sorry.

Speaker 2 (15:42):
I got to know Emmett later a little bit.

Speaker 4 (15:44):
I did Dancing with the Stars and I ended up
I won, and but Emmett went before this sounds so lame.
But before like my last dance. I don't dance. It
just feels weird to say before my last dance. But
before my last dance, I was in the hallway and
I was like, oh man, because I was not a
good dancer. Emmittt came out and talk to me because
he had won like two seasons before and was like,
here's the deal and like really inspiring, like super kind guy.

But that's the older Emit like what was Emmett like
as a player?

Speaker 6 (16:11):
And it was cool.

Speaker 7 (16:12):
I mean, em the thing about those guys, and the
thing about a lot of high level athletes.

Speaker 6 (16:17):
And this sounds cliche, but it's really true. People like to.

Speaker 7 (16:20):
Think that it's all about team, team, team, team, but
the way teams win, truly, the way teams win is
by a hyper focus on individual performance. So Emmitt Smith
was not the most like racious cowboy as far as
I'm gonna help the young running backs, I'm gonna give
you advice on blocking schemes, blah blah blah. He was
hyper hyper focused on him and he definitely was a

stats not obsessed, but stats mattered to him. Breaking fifteen
hundred yards, breaking seventeen hundred yards, getting more than fifteen touchdowns,
all those things really mattered to him, and he got
criticized for that a little bit. But the truth of
the matter is in football, just like in baseball and basketball,
really like being obsessed with stats doesn't hurt your team generally,
it helps your team.

Speaker 6 (17:02):
So he wasn't like the most team first player, but
I think that's part of what made him great.

Speaker 4 (17:07):
Actually, have you been public about the athletes that have
been the most difficult for you to cover? And I've
heard you talk about like a Jeff Kent Barry Bonds, like,
who is the most difficult that you've said or feel
comforable saying? And that was surprising, And who was like
the coolest? That was also surprising.

Speaker 7 (17:24):
Well, I mean I wrote a story for Sports Illustrated
in nineteen ninety nine about a racist relief picture named
John Rocker.

Speaker 4 (17:30):
I don't know if I could ask about that. I
don't know how sensitive that was that. I mean that
don't care. I mean I watched a news clip on
it yesterday when they were talking about that he wrote
to John Rocker that you remember on the subway with
the thing that John Rocker was. I mean, he was
kind of done after that. So what was that like?
And what was John Rocker really like?

Speaker 7 (17:49):
So John Rocker was I I went down to profile him.
I'd written about him, and it was nineteen ninety nine
National Championship Series and you had to turn around these
quick stories. So I actually interviewed John Rocker during the
playoffs and he was pretty good, but I didn't get
that much time with him, and the Braids wound up

being swept in the World Series by the Yankees. So
my editors asked me to go down and touch it up,
touch up the story, see if he'll spend some time
with you. And I called John Rocker's agent and he's like, oh, man,
you're gonna love John. You should totally spend the day
with him, and this is gonna be great. And I
was like, oh, this is awesome. Rocker picks me up
in his car and this is like first thing.

Speaker 6 (18:32):
We're driving and there's a car in front of us.

Speaker 7 (18:35):
It's driving a little radically and Rocker just starts bashing
Asian women and how they drive, and it was a
white guy driving the car. Like we literally passed and
it's a white guy. We get to a toll booth
and it's when it was in the old days when
we had to throw change into a big net. And
he throws some chains in net, doesn't open, throws some

door chains in thatt doesn't open.

Speaker 6 (18:59):
Guy behind us starts talking.

Speaker 7 (19:02):
Rocker rolls down the window, gives the guy the middle finger,
says f you, and then spits on the toll booth
machine and somehow it opened.

Speaker 6 (19:09):
I don't know what happened.

Speaker 7 (19:12):
We were we I mean, it's crazy. The whole day
he was like he didn't like foreigners, definitely didn't like gays.

Speaker 6 (19:20):
He hated New York City.

Speaker 7 (19:22):
He called a black teammate a fat monkey, like on
and on and on, and I'm just spending.

Speaker 6 (19:26):
All this time with him.

Speaker 7 (19:28):
And there was a moment in the John Rocker experience,
and no one ever seems to get it, but I'm
going to say it here anyway that where people don't
to me, it was the most telling moment in a
lot of ways, which is we went to get lunch
and we're walking down a strip mall and he had
a pen in his hand and he dropped the pen.
And I picked up the pen and I said, hey,
you drop this, and he goes, He goes, uh.

Speaker 6 (19:48):
Nah, Man, I meant to do that.

Speaker 7 (19:50):
And I was like, you just meant, like you just
meant to drop a pen, like you were holding a pen,
and in your brain what you do with a pen
when you don't want it anymore is just drop it.
And I just thought, like, what kind of weird and
warped creature does that.

Speaker 6 (20:04):
So the story.

Speaker 7 (20:05):
Came out, It blew up, it went crazy viral. It
was really weird. And later I saw John. That story
came out at the end of ninety nine. I saw
him during the two thousand season in Atlanta, and he
was not happy to see me at all.

Speaker 6 (20:20):
It was a very ugly confrontation.

Speaker 4 (20:22):
Did he not think that would or did he not
think what he was doing was as vile as it was.

Speaker 7 (20:28):
I think he thought we were two white guys driving
in his car in Georgia and that I would be
entertained and amused by his comments.

Speaker 6 (20:39):
That's honestly what I think. I can't read his mind,
but that's my opinion.

Speaker 2 (20:42):
I mean, I remember that story. Wow, I remember vividly.
It's one of the first sports stories that I remember
blowing up.

Speaker 4 (20:48):
It's crazy to use the word viral, but yeah, that's
probably the first viral sports story that I can think of.
That and like magic Johnson, right, I would put that
in where the whole world knew of.

Speaker 2 (20:57):
The story and it came from sports.

Speaker 1 (20:59):
Jeff. Were you nervous up putting that story out at all?

Speaker 6 (21:02):
It's funny. I was, No. I wasn't because I think
in journalism.

Speaker 7 (21:08):
I know in journalism, like I was sent there to
write a profile of John Rocker, Like your job is
to find out who this person is.

Speaker 6 (21:14):
When a person opens.

Speaker 7 (21:15):
Up to you like that, that's a gift, Like that's
actually a journalist's gift.

Speaker 6 (21:19):
What I was nervous about.

Speaker 7 (21:20):
Basically what happened is in two thousand and June, the
Braves and Yankees were playing. We had a meeting in
the SSI offices and they needed some reporter to go
down and cover the series. And I said I'll do
it because I just always I was taught as a
young writer that accountability matters, and you have to you know,
if you write something about someone, you have to give
them the chance to confront you. So I go down

to it. This is a true story. I go down
in Atlanta Yankees, Braves. I know I have to at
least make the effort to see John Rocker. I spend
ninety eight percent of the pre pregame time in the
Yankees vicinity, but I know I have to.

Speaker 6 (21:53):
See John Rocker.

Speaker 7 (21:55):
Also, just for people who probably don't remember, John Rocker
was about six foot four to twenty juiced up that
whole thing. So I finally walked down through the bowels
of the stadium to the other end, and I'm like,
I'm definitely nervous. My hands, I'm sure coldn't sweat and
all that. Looking down a notepad, and I hear a
voice a very familiar voice, and it says, you don't

know how long I've been waiting for this. Oh, And
I look up and there's John Rocker and he comes
up to me and he gets like this far away
from my face, as close.

Speaker 6 (22:25):
As you could be, and he's jabbing me. Do you
have any idea what you did to me? Do you
have any idea? Ef and did to my family? Blah
blah blah. I did this, I did.

Speaker 7 (22:33):
My one moment of courage was he goes, I did this,
I did that. I bought you lunch and I said, well,
I paid for lunch.

Speaker 2 (22:41):

Speaker 6 (22:43):
So I always tell young journalists always paid for lunch.

Speaker 2 (22:45):
That's funny.

Speaker 6 (22:47):
So that was when I was nervous not writing it.
But that was scary.

Speaker 4 (22:50):
Well, I have a couple of minutes left with Jeff.
But if you go to Jeff Pearlman dot com, you
can see all the books he's written.

Speaker 2 (22:55):
It's all.

Speaker 4 (22:55):
I mean, he's covered everyone that's in our galaxy of
major sports heros and like brands. And so go to
Jeff Pearlan dot com. You have a podcast called two
Writers Slinging Yang.

Speaker 2 (23:07):
What is that? What are you guys doing over there?

Speaker 7 (23:09):
I just every week I talk to a different journalist
to a writer about the craft and sort of what
goes into it.

Speaker 2 (23:14):
Do you do sports? Are you talking sports or are you
just talking to write it?

Speaker 7 (23:17):
Like a it's you know sports, But a lot of
it is about sort of breaking down stories, breaking down articles,
breaking down approaches to writing. I'm a writing nerd more
than a sports nerd.

Speaker 6 (23:26):
I'm a writing nerd.

Speaker 4 (23:27):
He did a video Eddie where he's writing and he's
writing a book now about two poc comes out next year.
Oh cool, and so but he's like, hey, I like
to write in public. I'm writing at a coffee shop
and he does like a pan of the table in
the coffee shop. It's like stacks of paper, like from
the ground up to his elbows.

Speaker 2 (23:43):
He's got a computer. It's like this, but in a
public space. It's unbelievable.

Speaker 4 (23:48):
And I just comment. I was like, shout up to
the coffee shop for allowing you to do that right there, right, Yeah, that's.

Speaker 6 (23:55):
I'm big in mall food courts.

Speaker 4 (23:56):
Also, so three final questions and these can be like
quick hitters. But I know you did Brett Fav. You
did Gunslinger Brett Farv as a kid, seemed like a
cool dude. Brett Farav as an adult seems like not
a cool dude. Just as I've grown up, you know,
as a kid, he's awesome as I got to be
an adult, and like, I don't think I would like
Brett Farv as a person. Did you spend much time

with Brett doing the book or was it mostly his
the other planets revolving around him?

Speaker 2 (24:22):
And what do you think of Brett?

Speaker 7 (24:23):
Well, all right, real crazy quick story is when I
was working in the book, I didn't know if Brett
would talk to me, and I DMed his sister I'm
Brandy on Facebook and I said, Hey, I'm working on
a book about your brothers. Anyway, if I come to Mississippi,
you would be willing to meet for coffee?

Speaker 6 (24:39):
And she's like, is he is he helping you?

Speaker 7 (24:41):
And I go, well, not yet, and he goes, well,
if you come down, let me know I'm in Mississippi.

Speaker 6 (24:45):
I dm R.

Speaker 7 (24:45):
I'm like, any chance you can meet for coffee? She says,
I'm at the house with our mom. Why don't you
just come over to the house. I'm like, Okay, I
go to the house. His mom, who's awesome. Banita FIV says,
is Brett working with you on the book? And I'm like, no,
I hope you will, but I mean I hope we'll
talk to me. She goes, all right, what do you
want to know? And I probably spent two hours over there.

They send me home with Brett's scrapbooks, literally his scrap.

Speaker 6 (25:09):
Books with the old newspaper articles and stuff.

Speaker 7 (25:11):
They were amazing, And Brett never talked to me, but
I got every member of his family, which is a
very unusual experience. As for now, he's a disappointment, Like
I don't think he'd be a bad guy to hang
out with, but he you know, the alleged welfare fraud
is definitely troubling. Sending picks of his privates to a
reporter cybline reporter troubling. So I can't say I'm a

huge fan of his.

Speaker 4 (25:33):
We do a show where we travel around the country
and we've been this is the last question. We've been
able to work out with a bunch of teams from
the Carolina Panthers or you see a football or the
Saint Louis Cardinals and so teams let us come in
and we talked to the coaches and the players and
then we work out with the team and it's been
a really cool experience, and we don't most people are
pretty inviting, most teams, you know, they know we have
a decent platform and so they're like, come on in,

roll out the red carpet.

Speaker 2 (25:56):
It's been awesome.

Speaker 4 (25:56):
But the one person I cannot get to respond to anything.
It's my favorite player growing up. And so I don't
even know if you have a story about him. But
I was the biggest Mark Grace fan. I was a
massive Cubs fan. What do you know about Mark Grace
as a player, because you know, stories tend to be
pretty wild about Mark Grace and the slump Busters into
all the stories that have you know, made.

Speaker 2 (26:17):
It through the years. You know slump Buster is no
he'd have sex with a fat girl to break a slump.

Speaker 1 (26:22):
I didn't know that. You never heard that.

Speaker 4 (26:23):
Uh yeah, did you ever cover the Cubs back in
the nineties early two thousands and Mark Grace at all?

Speaker 7 (26:30):
So first of all, I want to say, I do
the same thing when I'm going to ut when I
have writer's block.

Speaker 1 (26:33):
So I.

Speaker 6 (26:37):
Covered him with the Diamondbacks.

Speaker 7 (26:38):
He was with the Diamondbacks later in his career, won
a World Series with the Diamondbacks in one and he
was awesome.

Speaker 6 (26:45):
Mark Grace was awesome to cover.

Speaker 7 (26:47):
He was inviting, open, talkative, clubhouse leader. Everyone loved him,
go to guy, funny crash, but not in a really
bad way.

Speaker 6 (26:59):
One of the best.

Speaker 7 (27:00):
Definitely one of the best talkers I covered during my
time this. I'm actually survive surprised that he's not open
to this because he seems like the kind of guy
whould be a hundred percent.

Speaker 2 (27:08):
Yeah, we can.

Speaker 4 (27:08):
I can't even get to him much. I don't think
he has social media, but yeah, that's the guy. Him
and Sting, the wrestler is I can't get Sting either.

Speaker 3 (27:14):
That's odd.

Speaker 2 (27:15):
That's my two odd guys that will not respond to me.

Speaker 4 (27:18):
But let me say this, you guys Jeff Perlman dot
com for all of his books. Also, again I'm not lying,
it's my favorite TikTok. It's Jeff Perlman, author on TikTok.
That's that is your account name, right, Jeff Proman author. Yeah,
it's my favorite TikTok.

Speaker 1 (27:31):
No filters either.

Speaker 4 (27:32):
He does well. Dog tongue comes out sometimes. Hey, Jeff,
really appreciate the time massive fan and when the Tupac
book is ready, come on, let's promote it.

Speaker 2 (27:42):
That'd be cool, that'd be great.

Speaker 6 (27:44):
Thank you so much for having me on all.

Speaker 2 (27:45):
Right, Jeff Cyboddy follow him.

Speaker 4 (27:48):
Jeff Perlman, author TikTok At Jeff Perlman on Twitter.

Speaker 2 (27:51):
Yeah, cool, love it. I could have done another.

Speaker 4 (27:54):
Hour with him easily, for sure. I felt bad I
was holding that. I was already holding him so long.

Speaker 5 (28:00):
I think he was enjoying it though, Yeah, yo, I
don't know.

Speaker 2 (28:03):
I texted him. I was like, hey, you want to
come on the show, and I felt weird.

Speaker 1 (28:07):
How'd you guys number?

Speaker 2 (28:08):
I just DMed him. I was like, what's you number?

Speaker 1 (28:09):
Oh? Oh, gotcha.

Speaker 4 (28:10):
I was like, do you want to come on the
We'd love to have you on the podcast, and he
was like sure, they'd be cool. But it was like
three days afterward he replied and he was like, I
never checked my DM sorry, And then he sent me
his number and then I said, hey, my producer is
going to call you. Then I felt like there was
a douchebag thing to say, and I was like, hold on,
hold on, here's my number.

Speaker 2 (28:26):
I'm not too cool to give you my number.

Speaker 1 (28:29):
But you're always overthinking it.

Speaker 4 (28:32):
But Kevin's going to call text you to set it up.
But I don't want you think I'm a douchebag. And
I'm like hiding my number from you.

Speaker 1 (28:38):
I know.

Speaker 4 (28:39):
I never want people that I respect to think I
don't respect them.

Speaker 1 (28:42):
I get it.

Speaker 4 (28:43):
So Jeff Pearl mcoo. We're gonna a little trivia game
coming up in a second too. Let's take a break,
so kick off. Kevin has a game he bought for
five bucks at TJ max Perfect.

Speaker 2 (28:52):
It's an ESPN game. Yep, what years is from? I
don't know anything about it. He just opened it.

Speaker 5 (28:57):
I don't know either.

Speaker 2 (28:59):
I just saw it.

Speaker 5 (28:59):
You know when you're walking out and you see those
little like trinkets and I'm like, you know, what is it?

Speaker 2 (29:02):
A new game?

Speaker 5 (29:03):
I think?

Speaker 2 (29:04):
So, like what's the back?

Speaker 3 (29:05):
What are some questions on the back, eddie, It's it's
got it broken down by baseball, football, basketball, all sports.

Speaker 4 (29:11):
We try to play the game once and I bought
like euro It was like euro Sports. I was like,
let's play a sports game. Soccer, Yeah, this cricket player.

Speaker 1 (29:18):
Yeah, it's twenty twenty four, it's up to date.

Speaker 2 (29:20):
Okay, So Katie and I will play Eddie and Reid.
Let's go what Well, first, Oka read and I will
take on you and Katie.

Speaker 8 (29:30):
Well, no, we need to have a rematch.

Speaker 1 (29:31):
Remember we had.

Speaker 2 (29:32):
Hold on, hold on you pick who you I think?

Speaker 1 (29:35):
Yeah, well I want you.

Speaker 2 (29:37):
I won't you to show me that way.

Speaker 4 (29:41):
But I think one, one, and four should be on
a team, and two and three in the ranking process
of who we think is the best at trivia. Okay,
So I'm just would you assume that I'm one of
us four?

Speaker 1 (29:51):
Are you opposed? Yes?

Speaker 3 (29:52):
But are you opposed to having someone else read? And
Kevin being a player?

Speaker 2 (29:56):
It's his game, he brought it, so.

Speaker 1 (29:58):
Okay, I'll take Katie.

Speaker 2 (30:00):
Wow, Okay, I.

Speaker 3 (30:04):
Know Walter Peyton was.

Speaker 2 (30:08):
Okay, trade place this guys, if you don't mind.

Speaker 9 (30:10):
Yeah, no one wanted to read.

Speaker 1 (30:13):
I'll pick and not read.

Speaker 5 (30:14):
So these have points on him to do that. Just
whatever the game is, Okay.

Speaker 4 (30:19):
So we'll do How about we do ten questions and
we'll write our answer down. I don't know how we're
going to communicate this, but right we'll write our answer down.

Speaker 2 (30:29):
Ready, partners with the most points? How does it work?

Speaker 5 (30:31):
Kevin draft the cards?

Speaker 2 (30:33):
He's actually really smart and I was pretty happy to
get her. And I'm about to go off. Y'all don't
even know. I've been lying this whole time.

Speaker 5 (30:42):
So each team gets seven cards, is what it says.
Or I can just read them. Yeah, IM just gonna
read them. Okay, and then however many points you get,
so we're doing what ten?

Speaker 6 (30:50):
Is that? He said?

Speaker 5 (30:51):
Okay, go ahead, and I'm gonna tell you how many
points each card is worth.

Speaker 2 (30:54):
Read. You can actually get a chair. Just come over here, okay.

Speaker 4 (30:59):
I mean I didn't suggest that earlier. He wasn't being
a dumb I actually told him to sit there. But
if you want to come, just sit.

Speaker 2 (31:04):
Over here or stand over here, whatever, All right.

Speaker 5 (31:09):
Kevin, Okay, first question to Bobby and Reid here Okay,
we're three points. You'll be my boy.

Speaker 2 (31:15):
Read over here.

Speaker 5 (31:16):
It's basketball. I'm rooting for you.

Speaker 2 (31:19):
We both spoke.

Speaker 5 (31:19):
Oh you got to get three points here for basketball. Oh,
there's five questions on he just pick one the first?
Which player did not average twenty points in twenty rebounds
per game during his college career. There's four choices.

Speaker 2 (31:34):
Here, No choices are they all choiced?

Speaker 5 (31:37):
That's what these are are?

Speaker 2 (31:39):
They all multiple choice because if so, will play choices.

Speaker 6 (31:42):
Yeah, they're all multiple like that.

Speaker 2 (31:43):
Okay, that's not happening. It's consistent, Yeah it is, it is.

Speaker 5 (31:46):
Okay, you read him off ahead, Okay, Bill Russell, wait
the question again.

Speaker 2 (31:50):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 5 (31:51):
Which player did not average twenty points in twenty rebounds
per game during college? Okay, Bill Russell, Kermit Washington, doctor
J or Wilt Chamberlain did not average twenty and twenty.

Speaker 3 (32:07):
Not average twenty twenty during college? Okay, can you name
the names again?

Speaker 5 (32:13):
Yep, Bill Russell, I'm gonna guess Kermit Washington, Okay, Julius Irving,
doctor j. It seems like, and Wilt Chamberlain.

Speaker 3 (32:22):
Okay, what do you think, hey, bones, do we all agree?
We have to agree on it?

Speaker 4 (32:26):

Speaker 3 (32:26):
You okay, it.

Speaker 1 (32:29):
Is, Mike.

Speaker 2 (32:30):
I don't think it's gonna go ahead.

Speaker 1 (32:32):
No, no, no, what we're talking.

Speaker 2 (32:35):
That's that's good.

Speaker 3 (32:35):
I think, I mean, I don't know.

Speaker 1 (32:37):
I mean I think they want you to go Kermit
because no one knows Kermit, right, I don't think what.

Speaker 2 (32:45):
Cutting out?

Speaker 1 (32:47):
Oh, I I agree, We're good.

Speaker 4 (32:49):
Yeah, I'm good. Yeah, I guess the time, I guess
take forever. Yeah, it's true anyway, you guys have Oh,
we have doctor J. So we didn't bet Kerman either
for the same reason you did it, because you heard
oh you heard us, they heard us. We had already
said that we thought you heard us.

Speaker 1 (33:03):
No, I didn't hear you.

Speaker 2 (33:04):
We felt like, that's so easy, that right.

Speaker 4 (33:06):
We picked Wilt Chamberlain because he's the one I definitely
wouldn't think.

Speaker 2 (33:10):
We were total opposite effect.

Speaker 5 (33:12):
And you picked doctor J. Yeah, just Bobby and Bobby
and read three points Gilt Chamberlain.

Speaker 2 (33:17):
That was because I told Eddie we should pick Wilt chain.

Speaker 1 (33:20):
Oh you said that.

Speaker 3 (33:20):
I thought you said probably not Will because already, arguably
the only.

Speaker 4 (33:23):
Reason I picked Will, because that was absolutely the one
answer people wouldn't pick.

Speaker 2 (33:27):
So I figured that's why that was a question.

Speaker 10 (33:28):
You like it?

Speaker 6 (33:30):
All right?

Speaker 5 (33:31):
So after I asked a question, we'll get what fifteen seconds?

Speaker 2 (33:33):
Yeah, three points for us?

Speaker 5 (33:34):
Three points?

Speaker 2 (33:35):
Suck at Eddie?

Speaker 5 (33:36):
All right, this one's only worth one point?

Speaker 2 (33:38):
But ka, do you have a good day? I didn't. Okay,
one point. It's all sports.

Speaker 5 (33:43):
The first question, which pro skateboarder owns birdhouse?

Speaker 1 (33:48):

Speaker 5 (33:49):
I mean, well you guys all know that, right, I
don't need to read names.

Speaker 3 (33:52):
No, no names, Hey, no names for double points.

Speaker 2 (33:56):
Don't need names.

Speaker 4 (33:57):
Let's do names double if you want to come in
four okay, and then you go like we're.

Speaker 2 (34:01):
Good, then dude, I like that. Eddie go yeah, thank you.
Where are you guys in?

Speaker 1 (34:04):
We're to Tony Hawk? Okay?

Speaker 5 (34:06):
All right? Four to one?

Speaker 2 (34:07):
We got it right, Yeah, but we didn't get we
didn't get named. So that's double points.

Speaker 1 (34:13):
Uh what would do we just cancel that?

Speaker 5 (34:14):

Speaker 1 (34:14):
We both got it.

Speaker 4 (34:15):
We should have the points though, okay, point five to two? Yeah,
five too, I'm keeping our score.

Speaker 1 (34:20):
Okay, all right?

Speaker 5 (34:22):
Ice hockey?

Speaker 2 (34:23):
Oh my favorite two points?

Speaker 5 (34:26):
Which team became the first ice hockey franchise based in
the US to win the Stanley Cup in nineteen seventeen.
Time starts?

Speaker 1 (34:33):
Now what team? Oh?

Speaker 5 (34:35):
Actually I got to read the teams.

Speaker 2 (34:37):
Yeah, we need teams. Wait a minute, no, go ahead.

Speaker 5 (34:39):
We need to Seattle Metropolitans, the Boston Bruins, New York Rangers,
or the Detroit Red Wings. Go Seattle Metros, Boston Bruins.

Speaker 3 (34:52):
Don't don't turn on me though, Rangers, Red Wings.

Speaker 1 (34:55):
You can talk on it.

Speaker 5 (34:57):
Five seconds. That's all got, What about three?

Speaker 9 (35:02):

Speaker 5 (35:03):

Speaker 6 (35:03):
We're in.

Speaker 1 (35:04):
We're in.

Speaker 2 (35:04):
Who do you guys have the Rangers?

Speaker 5 (35:07):
It is the Seattle Metropolitans. Yeah, all right, question logo
is a mascot? Which MLB team has a furry green
mascot named south Paw? Teams or no?

Speaker 2 (35:23):
Hold on? A furry green mascot called what south Paw?
I don't do the teams yet.

Speaker 8 (35:30):
That's Oscar from Sesame Street.

Speaker 3 (35:33):
Which, yeah, do you have any idea?

Speaker 1 (35:40):
Let you go that one. I'm in.

Speaker 5 (35:43):
We're in without green mascot has a furry green mascot
named south Paw.

Speaker 8 (35:49):
We got them.

Speaker 2 (35:50):
Yeah, you're any teams?

Speaker 11 (35:51):

Speaker 1 (35:52):
Do you want teams?

Speaker 2 (35:53):
It's worth how many?

Speaker 1 (35:55):
Two points?

Speaker 6 (35:55):

Speaker 2 (35:55):
We'll take the teams and you can only lose one point.

Speaker 5 (35:57):
If we Okay, the Rangers, the A's or the White Socks.

Speaker 2 (36:04):
Eddie and they're out. Do you guys not get it?

Speaker 1 (36:08):
Nope? All right now though, I gotta guess.

Speaker 2 (36:13):
We're going with the Rangers.

Speaker 1 (36:14):
No, it's not it.

Speaker 5 (36:15):
It's the White Socks.

Speaker 1 (36:16):
Southeast, Dude, South the Southeast.

Speaker 5 (36:20):
I try to say South.

Speaker 3 (36:21):
No, so not no one got it?

Speaker 2 (36:24):
What questions?

Speaker 5 (36:24):
Football? Three points?

Speaker 2 (36:25):
What questions four?

Speaker 8 (36:28):

Speaker 5 (36:29):
This is five football? Three points? Which kicker turner became
the first special teams player to be named Super Bowl
mv We're in.

Speaker 3 (36:42):
I think, do you remember who who had the record
the most fun returned?

Speaker 2 (36:52):
Who was it?

Speaker 5 (36:55):
Five seconds?

Speaker 6 (36:55):

Speaker 5 (36:56):
Unless you want me to read the names, I read
the names.

Speaker 1 (36:58):
I guess can, Well you can't. You're in.

Speaker 5 (37:00):
Do you want to read your answer first or no?

Speaker 4 (37:03):

Speaker 2 (37:03):
I thought you thought you can double it.

Speaker 4 (37:05):
I thought you were going to say Hall of Fame
and I said we're in. Beforehand we said kick returner
is gonna be Devin Hester. I still have Devin Hester,
but the Bears didn't beat the Cardinals.

Speaker 6 (37:12):

Speaker 1 (37:12):
I don't say his right or not?

Speaker 5 (37:14):
Okay? So reading names Pittsburgh, Yeah, go ahead, okay, Devin Hester?

Speaker 1 (37:18):

Speaker 2 (37:18):
Or am I right?

Speaker 5 (37:19):
Brian Mitchell, Desmond Howard or Dion Sanders.

Speaker 4 (37:23):
Go Dion would have been a Super Bowl m v P.
I can't talk. At least I want the list there.

Speaker 5 (37:29):
Kick returner to win Super Bowl m v P five seconds. Oh.

Speaker 4 (37:34):
I shouldn't say my guest though for now on, because
then they can. Oh, I get, because they'll hear mine
and then try.

Speaker 2 (37:41):
To guess it. I mean, yeah, Hester, who you guess?

Speaker 5 (37:45):
I already guessed. Oh, Okay, I guess I didn't know
you're singing with that or not. It's Desmond Howard?

Speaker 2 (37:48):
What Yeah, I know, I know I missed. It didn't
win that.

Speaker 1 (37:55):
I mean it was really between Hester and Dion for me,
so I think.

Speaker 2 (37:58):
I've been cornerback though. But he was a kick return,
I know.

Speaker 4 (38:01):
But I mean, like you wouldn't have been defined as
a kick return right right right now?

Speaker 5 (38:05):
Number six.

Speaker 2 (38:06):
I thought it was a Hall of Fam touch you idiot.

Speaker 1 (38:07):
It Desmond Howard a kick return?

Speaker 5 (38:09):
Yeah, it was against the Patriot, I'm pretty sure. In
ninety six on the Packers seen on screen worth one point.

Speaker 1 (38:15):
I sucked.

Speaker 2 (38:15):
I should have jumped. So are they which.

Speaker 5 (38:17):
MLB teams exploits are portrayed in the nineteen eighty nine
comedy Major League.

Speaker 1 (38:22):
We're in I'm in.

Speaker 2 (38:23):
Just say at the same time? Yeah, one, two, three Indians?
How many points for each?

Speaker 5 (38:27):
So two points each?

Speaker 6 (38:28):

Speaker 2 (38:29):
How many?

Speaker 5 (38:30):
This is seven?

Speaker 2 (38:31):
Many questions left?

Speaker 1 (38:32):

Speaker 6 (38:33):

Speaker 1 (38:33):
Are doing thirty?

Speaker 2 (38:35):

Speaker 1 (38:35):
What are you?

Speaker 2 (38:36):
Howvy points you have? I have seven?

Speaker 1 (38:37):
Oh? We have two I think four? Oh because we
got any doubles?

Speaker 2 (38:42):
Yeah yeah, yeah, yeah sorry seven to four? Yes, oh,
you're still in it?

Speaker 5 (38:45):
Seven seven to four baseball worth one point.

Speaker 1 (38:49):
Give us some big pointers, yeah, big points, man?

Speaker 2 (38:52):
Or just make that one worth three baseball worth three points.

Speaker 1 (38:55):
Let's go.

Speaker 5 (38:56):
Which team turned two triple plays in one game against
the Redsos in nineteen ninety, the only time it ever happened?

Speaker 1 (39:03):
Oh, nineteen ninety. I remember that you ready for the teams? Yes? Please?

Speaker 2 (39:06):
I feel like my memories corrected's but we're not going
to guess it?

Speaker 5 (39:10):
No, we're ready.

Speaker 2 (39:11):
You got the teams?

Speaker 5 (39:12):
Okay, Twins, Yankees, Orioles or Mariners. Okay, and we're still
in the next Okay, got fifteen seconds.

Speaker 1 (39:20):
I'll just let you guess this. I'll tell you what
I'm guessing.

Speaker 2 (39:25):
All right, our answer are still the same five seconds.
But I don't know. That's pretty that's pretty hard of it?

Speaker 1 (39:36):
Was that too obvious?

Speaker 5 (39:37):

Speaker 4 (39:37):

Speaker 2 (39:37):
Time, time, time, answer time?

Speaker 1 (39:40):
Yeah? We got it?

Speaker 2 (39:41):
No, of course you do? You wait too much time?

Speaker 1 (39:43):
I got it? Wait, we have twins?

Speaker 2 (39:45):
Are they correct?

Speaker 1 (39:46):

Speaker 2 (39:47):
Would you like to hear our reasoning? I put the
I put the Orioles go ahead.

Speaker 8 (39:52):
The reasoning behind that decision was that the twins and
the double play so two and two.

Speaker 2 (39:57):
I like it, So we put two and two.

Speaker 5 (39:58):
Together, Minnesota or anything.

Speaker 1 (40:00):
I got the twins man, twins.

Speaker 5 (40:02):
All right, seven to seven, let's go six.

Speaker 2 (40:05):
Wait, no, no four because that was three.

Speaker 1 (40:07):
That's three.

Speaker 2 (40:08):
Good job?

Speaker 1 (40:09):
Seven up?

Speaker 5 (40:10):
Three questions left?

Speaker 2 (40:12):
Give us some, give us some ones, now some one.
I just want to get it.

Speaker 4 (40:16):
Get a clost ones we might actually get without having
a guess?

Speaker 6 (40:20):
All right?

Speaker 5 (40:21):
Scene on screen one point which MLB Hall of famers
rumored airplane drinking record.

Speaker 2 (40:28):
Got it, We're in?

Speaker 6 (40:32):

Speaker 2 (40:33):
Okay, one to three wad box Okay, that is he?

Speaker 3 (40:36):
All right?

Speaker 5 (40:37):
I love that nine nine, two questions left?

Speaker 1 (40:39):
His numbers still here?

Speaker 5 (40:43):
Uh, let's go logos and mascot for one point, okay,
which MLB team features a silhouette of its city skyline
and its logo.

Speaker 1 (40:55):
I'm in without names.

Speaker 2 (41:00):
Mm HM.

Speaker 5 (41:04):
MLB and the logo this is for one of the
You're gonna get to so silhouette and the logo, right am?

Speaker 2 (41:12):
I right, you're right. Let's see how did you get
it so quick?

Speaker 1 (41:16):
Knowing man, it's gotta be just that.

Speaker 2 (41:19):
If it's you, is that gonna be the astro to
me for me?

Speaker 5 (41:22):
Like it must be Mexico Rangers, Texas are good.

Speaker 2 (41:27):
No, I bet it.

Speaker 5 (41:31):
We'll take the teams Mariners, Tigers and Mets. Fifteen.

Speaker 2 (41:39):
He's gonna be New York.

Speaker 1 (41:40):
It is.

Speaker 2 (41:41):
You recognize we're gonna go to Mets.

Speaker 1 (41:43):
Yeah, I got the Mets.

Speaker 5 (41:51):
Eddie two questions, Katie eleven eleven all sports two points?
Which Mma Fighter was the first American woman to win
an Olympic medal in judo?

Speaker 3 (42:09):
I don't need the name the microphone Olympic medal in
judo judo?

Speaker 2 (42:14):
He did?

Speaker 1 (42:15):
Can hear how many points?

Speaker 5 (42:17):
Two points?

Speaker 1 (42:18):
Okay? Whoever you think is wrong?

Speaker 2 (42:20):
You read the names? Oh yeah, man, we don't need that.
We don't need that.

Speaker 1 (42:24):
No names for them. I think we should do names.

Speaker 2 (42:26):
We should do names.

Speaker 5 (42:27):
Names, Holly Holme, Sarah McMahon, Laila Ali or Ronda Rousey
about her?

Speaker 1 (42:37):
And what's the question?

Speaker 2 (42:37):
Hey, Eddie, it's Ronda Rowsey. Write that down.

Speaker 1 (42:39):
What's the question?

Speaker 5 (42:40):
M m A fighter first American woman to win an
Olympic medal?

Speaker 4 (42:44):
And ju Ron rows I think it might be Holly
Holmes yet ten seconds for Olympics.

Speaker 1 (42:53):
Everyone recognized Ronda won the championship. But that is not
That is nothing to do with.

Speaker 2 (42:56):
Talk yourself out of it.

Speaker 8 (42:59):
He's playing mind game over there.

Speaker 1 (43:00):
Hey times, I think we have to take it.

Speaker 5 (43:04):
Yeah, we have to take it.

Speaker 4 (43:06):
We lose one point, get strategy because we did that
last time, because we just wanted to stay.

Speaker 2 (43:10):
On the board. Last question, all right, yeah, oh okay,
now it's interesting.

Speaker 5 (43:16):
Football doesn't matter how many points?

Speaker 2 (43:17):

Speaker 1 (43:18):
No, it doesn't matter.

Speaker 5 (43:19):
Okay, here we go. Which NFL team lost four?

Speaker 1 (43:22):

Speaker 2 (43:23):
Got it? I'm in no team? Buzzer Bills?

Speaker 1 (43:25):
Whoa, We're not in yet? There? No one said anything
about a buzzer.

Speaker 2 (43:29):
We should have done that, everybody. Yeah, everyone's gonna get that.
That's what that Buffalo Bills four secutive superse Yeah. I
only that.

Speaker 5 (43:35):
That's because I knew you would get it too. That's respect, daddy.
Do we want to buzz first? Just in case?

Speaker 8 (43:40):

Speaker 5 (43:40):
Okay, just keep going. Okay, football? For which team did
Bo Jackson, who also played pro baseball play for his
entire four year or NFL career?

Speaker 8 (43:52):

Speaker 2 (43:53):
How would it be? Do you respect me enough just
to give it to me?

Speaker 1 (43:59):

Speaker 2 (44:00):
What do you have?

Speaker 1 (44:00):
You know? We have the Raiders.

Speaker 2 (44:02):
Thanks for the respect, buddy. Respect See basketball.

Speaker 1 (44:06):

Speaker 5 (44:07):
Which NBA team moved to Okay, see to become thunder.

Speaker 2 (44:11):
Don't don't, don't do anything. Don't do not say anything,
because they're gonna struggle with this one. You know this
NBA team moved to Okay, see.

Speaker 8 (44:20):
We get a year.

Speaker 4 (44:22):
I think you get what the question was asked Katie
and you stop asking her hands?

Speaker 1 (44:27):
I mean, could it be okay?

Speaker 2 (44:30):
Can we get the first continent? Sure?

Speaker 10 (44:34):

Speaker 1 (44:35):
Yeah, I think that's it.

Speaker 4 (44:36):
The fact that you I'm surprised I would have given
this to you as out of respect.

Speaker 3 (44:40):
I mean I think I know it. Take a long
I'm not one hundred percent. Sure, Go ahead, Seattle, super Sonics.

Speaker 2 (44:46):
Good job, we did. Go ahead it super.

Speaker 5 (44:51):
Sonics seen on screen. What does Homer name the bat
made from a tree struck by lightning? In the Simpsons episod?
So Homer at the bat, what does he name it?
Three options? If you need him? What does he name
the bat that?

Speaker 2 (45:09):
I'm gonna go with it. I'll take the names.

Speaker 5 (45:12):
Yeah, I don't watch that show Lightning Little Slug or
two wonder bat.

Speaker 2 (45:22):
I'm in I know it.

Speaker 1 (45:23):
You know it?

Speaker 2 (45:24):
Yeah, I do now, I didn't know it until I
heard it.

Speaker 3 (45:28):
I think that that I think that Bart is that
person you're in, right, I think Bat is the wonder boy,
but Bart is the wonder boy. I think, I think,
I don't know, I have no idea what I'm talking.
What's your guest, wonder boy?

Speaker 2 (45:41):
Okay, that wasn't one of the answers, so you don't
get it right.

Speaker 1 (45:43):
It's wonder No, that's what we wrote down.

Speaker 2 (45:45):
That's what he wrote down, wonder back. He just got nervous, wonderful.

Speaker 4 (45:49):
I'll accept it, Okayah, I respect you, Okay, I was
thinking of wonder Boy.

Speaker 1 (45:52):
Is that right, Mike?

Speaker 4 (45:53):
No, Okay, I respect you.

Speaker 1 (45:57):
I respect you.

Speaker 4 (45:58):
To go ahead?

Speaker 6 (45:59):
All right, here we go.

Speaker 5 (46:01):
Logos and mascots. Which card suit is featured on the
w n b a's team Las Vegas Aces logo? You
mean the card suit?

Speaker 1 (46:11):
Yeah? Oh man, it's dumb.

Speaker 2 (46:14):
Do you respect me?

Speaker 1 (46:15):
I respect you.

Speaker 2 (46:16):
I don't respect you.

Speaker 1 (46:17):
What do you have? So you're so word? We're doing it?

Speaker 2 (46:20):

Speaker 1 (46:21):
The ace?

Speaker 2 (46:22):
What suit? It's a spade.

Speaker 5 (46:25):
Diamonds. We both suck diamonds.

Speaker 1 (46:29):
Aces in a suit.

Speaker 2 (46:30):
And you know what's some spade either, so we also.

Speaker 1 (46:34):

Speaker 2 (46:34):
I thought they were black.

Speaker 1 (46:36):
Yeah, was a black, but.

Speaker 3 (46:38):
There's there's red and black. Your color blind? It's okay,
I respect you.

Speaker 2 (46:40):
No, I respect that your second.

Speaker 5 (46:42):
But baseball which MLB player was the first to receive
a unanimous vote in the Hall of Fame. MLB player
was the first player to receive a unanimous vote into
the MLB Hall of Fame.

Speaker 2 (46:57):
Maybe first ever.

Speaker 3 (46:58):
Maybe it's I was thinking maybe ty Cob, but nobody
can stand this up.

Speaker 2 (47:06):
I just like that joke. Just like that joke.

Speaker 1 (47:09):
I don't worry about it.

Speaker 2 (47:10):
Like that joke.

Speaker 1 (47:11):
To go back and listen to it.

Speaker 5 (47:13):
I'm in You need names, Yeah, I think we need names, Katie.

Speaker 2 (47:20):
We don't want names.

Speaker 4 (47:22):
Because we're gonna risk risk it for the biscuit, for
the wind. So you can give them names if they
want it. And they're just all you're doing. All you're
doing is guests thinking that we don't have it.

Speaker 5 (47:30):
Okay, go with the names, Okay, Roberto Clemente, Oh yeah,
Willie May's r I P Ken Griffrey or Mariano Rivera.

Speaker 4 (47:45):
I'm between two, hey, Kevin, just so you know who
ours is? I told Kevin who ours is? What you're thinking,
and ours is Mariano Rivera.

Speaker 1 (48:00):
We're gonna go with Willie Mays.

Speaker 5 (48:03):
First winner of the ESPN Game congrats too, Yes, Bobby
and read.

Speaker 1 (48:12):
I mean, let's let's let's call it.

Speaker 4 (48:13):
Bobby was like yelling out secrets while the mic was on,
like it's Rondie Rowsey.

Speaker 2 (48:19):
I know it because he didn't know some stuff.

Speaker 1 (48:21):
He just sees.

Speaker 2 (48:23):
He didn't have a headphones and so we didn't forget the.

Speaker 4 (48:25):
Mic was on.

Speaker 8 (48:25):
He was playing.

Speaker 2 (48:26):
Good job everybody game that was.

Speaker 1 (48:28):
That was a lot of fun.

Speaker 2 (48:29):

Speaker 4 (48:31):
What's your favorite encounter with an athlete as a kid man?
Did you ever get to meet a professional athlete?

Speaker 11 (48:37):

Speaker 3 (48:37):
Since I was in the valley down in South South Texas,
Like it was so rare. The I think the first
celebrity I ever met athlete was was our boy Tony
Casiez when he came to the h GIV sat there
after they won their Super their first Super Bowl. He
did like a tour of grocery stores and he made
it down there.

Speaker 2 (48:55):
So Hib paid him to do the Yeah.

Speaker 3 (48:57):
And then shortly after that, I remember Jay Noovic went
to I think a bunch of it wasn't sports clips.
It was another like haircut place, like maybe just a cut.
Does that sound familiar? It's like one of those like
you know, haircut plays then he did a tour of those.
So I'm at Tony Casiez and then Je Novichak rafter that.

Speaker 4 (49:14):
The only athlete I ever met as a kid was
a guy named John Lepley and he pitched for the
Arkansas Travelers.

Speaker 1 (49:21):
And but big deal. That's a big deal, huge.

Speaker 4 (49:25):
Deal because they never signed during games. But I would
go stand by the ballpaper like come on, oh yeah,
and he signed my ball during a game.

Speaker 1 (49:32):
That's awesome.

Speaker 2 (49:33):
You see if you can find where John Lepley is now?

Speaker 3 (49:35):
So the only reason did you? Were you a fan
of his? Or just the only reason he knows? Because
he only got to sign the ball?

Speaker 4 (49:40):
Come up with signed the ball, and I kept that
ball on valued it, treasured it. And that was the
Cardinals farm That's why I remember his name. That was
the Cardinals Farm Club. Not sure if he ever got
a you know, cup coffee and the.

Speaker 2 (49:51):
Majors or not. The Travelers where did they play out
a little rock?

Speaker 4 (49:54):
And they were the double A team for the Saint
Louis Cardinals and they no longer are I think now
they're with the Angels. But John freaking Lepley shout out,
you're probably not listening. I don't know where you went,
how you got there? You see him anywhere? M m,
it doesn't sound like huh.

Speaker 5 (50:14):
I see a Chief Impact Officer CORDA Institute for Teaching
in Arkansas.

Speaker 2 (50:21):
So this is him right here on a card because
I had this card. Yeah, that's that's that's the dude him.

Speaker 5 (50:28):
You see what I'm seeing?

Speaker 2 (50:29):
Read you found John Lepley L E. P.

Speaker 1 (50:31):
L E Y.

Speaker 2 (50:32):
Yeah, nope, Oh.

Speaker 1 (50:36):
My gosh, you guys got to get a hold of see.
You gotta get a hold of what's he doing? Now?

Speaker 2 (50:39):
What's John Levey doing? Now? I've got John Lepley.

Speaker 11 (50:42):
And Associates LLC president, I got a LinkedIn account.

Speaker 2 (50:46):
But what is that? I don't know John Lepley. Yeah,
so that can't be hit. That can't be hitt.

Speaker 1 (50:54):
It looks like it kind of looks like the picture
you have.

Speaker 2 (50:57):
It is card what John Lovely did good for.

Speaker 4 (51:00):
He's at the university president of University in Nebraska, Lincoln.
Wait wait, no, no, hold on. I think he's president
of the company and he went to university.

Speaker 1 (51:08):
That makes more sense.

Speaker 4 (51:09):
National Wine and Spirits recruiter, he can hook it up.
National recruiter in the adult beverage industry experiences taught me
the best and brightest in industry. The true difference makers
are not posting the resume on jaw boards, but are
directly recruited.

Speaker 1 (51:22):
Is this on LinkedIn?

Speaker 2 (51:23):
Here's his email?

Speaker 1 (51:25):
Hit him up? Boys?

Speaker 2 (51:26):
Call him?

Speaker 3 (51:27):
Should I just call him right now?

Speaker 1 (51:29):
This is John.

Speaker 2 (51:32):
Aid, I'm gonna call him, John him, call him? If
you're remembers, Hey, let's.

Speaker 1 (51:40):
What are you gonna say?

Speaker 2 (51:41):
I don't know, gotta be a business. We didn't go.

Speaker 1 (51:47):
I don't want to call it. The whole thing.

Speaker 2 (51:50):
Went right to voice smelt. I don't think he hit
enough numbers? What should we do? Should we try again?
Do we think that number exists?

Speaker 5 (51:57):

Speaker 1 (51:58):
Don't hurt to send him an email too?

Speaker 2 (51:59):
Should text him?

Speaker 1 (52:00):

Speaker 5 (52:01):

Speaker 1 (52:01):

Speaker 3 (52:01):
It says so.

Speaker 4 (52:02):
If you should want to add more talent to your
team and not wait for resumes to trickle in, contact
me and then has his number?

Speaker 2 (52:09):
Should Should I text him?

Speaker 6 (52:10):
Or call him?

Speaker 1 (52:11):
Over time?

Speaker 6 (52:11):
Over time?

Speaker 1 (52:13):
Some I'm a little nervous.

Speaker 3 (52:14):
What you're gonna say, John, he's on vacation, it's summertime.

Speaker 2 (52:22):
I'm going to send him a text?

Speaker 1 (52:25):
You the ballplayer? What are you going to say? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (52:28):
Why not? Hey? John? Period. My name is Bobby Bones. Period.

Speaker 4 (52:36):
I host a nationally syndicated radio show, Comma, a couple
of TV shows, Comma.

Speaker 2 (52:40):
Written a couple books. Period.

Speaker 4 (52:42):
We were talking about athletes that we met as a kid, Comma,
and my assumption is that you are the pitcher Comma
that pitched for the Arkansas Travelers.

Speaker 6 (52:55):

Speaker 2 (52:57):
You were the only ballplayer to ever sign any thing
for me. Period. If this is you, Comma, I hope
this finds you well.

Speaker 1 (53:06):

Speaker 2 (53:07):
If this is not, I'm sorry for the text. Period.
I would love to talk to you on my sports
show in the future.

Speaker 1 (53:17):

Speaker 2 (53:18):
Have a great day. Period.

Speaker 3 (53:21):
Bobby, do you sound like a He sounds like a
dude riding back from like he's fighting and finding.

Speaker 1 (53:28):
The Civil War?

Speaker 5 (53:29):

Speaker 2 (53:30):
How do we sound? How do we feel about that?

Speaker 1 (53:31):
It's good, It's perfect.

Speaker 2 (53:33):
I'm host better I would have done.

Speaker 1 (53:36):
I'd have been like, uh, com a crap.

Speaker 3 (53:41):
I specifically like the the intro, like we can't me
read Kevin, we can't do that. Hey, this is Eddie
from the Bobby Bone Showy.

Speaker 1 (53:50):
Pretty much you go.

Speaker 2 (53:51):
This is Eddie from the Bobby Bone Show.

Speaker 3 (53:53):
You know, Bobby, he's done, He's written books.

Speaker 2 (53:58):
Anyways, back to me, Okay, scent.

Speaker 5 (54:02):
That's good man nice.

Speaker 3 (54:04):
I wonder if it's a phone where you can text.

Speaker 2 (54:07):
It's to sell. He put a number on the thing.
I of course I would think, so who has a landline?

Speaker 4 (54:13):
Now they're listing as their main number offices offices.

Speaker 3 (54:16):
Hey, that's amazing. Do the guy the one dude that
signed your card, if that's him, this could be amazing.

Speaker 4 (54:23):
It's still green, so I don't know if it's Android
or maybe it has been received yet by Apple.

Speaker 5 (54:29):
It's probably one of those yeah, where they get a
lot of texts, you know what I'm saying, and like
they have somebody going through them, kind of funneling through them,
but they'll see it read.

Speaker 4 (54:37):

Speaker 11 (54:37):
Well, so athlete you met as a kid A little
dickie No, as a kid, I can't really remember. But
like in high school, Cliff Lee was was wow from Arkansas.

Speaker 2 (54:47):
He went to my high school. Billy's picture. Did you
ever come back to school?

Speaker 1 (54:50):

Speaker 11 (54:50):
So he he did a lot of stuff for our
baseball program and paid for jerseys and all that stuff,
and he would come back and do BP and stuff
with us.

Speaker 2 (54:58):
And it was the coolest thing ever because we would
pitch to.

Speaker 11 (55:01):
Him and we would just watch him hit home runs
at on our field and he hit a car that
was driving by one time and it was one of
the guy's brothers on the team, and he made him
sign the dent on his car. That's funny, I guess incredible.
So it's got to be Cliff Lee.

Speaker 2 (55:17):
That's a good one, really good. Kevin.

Speaker 5 (55:20):
Mine was high school too, and it was Christian Okkoye Nigerian.

Speaker 6 (55:25):
Yeah, dude, woo.

Speaker 5 (55:27):
We were going to play in the playoffs, first round
of the playoffs in high school and he came and
gave us like a pep talk the night before the game.
It was so cool.

Speaker 3 (55:33):
The Nigerian bull, right, Jerry Nightmare a Nightmare who.

Speaker 5 (55:36):
Was signed a helmet for me and it was cool.

Speaker 4 (55:39):
That's awesomely taking him at Techmobile, Oh, he was unstoppable.
I wonder if there any Christian kakoay signed Techmobile video
game cartridge. I bet you there are, yeah, because Christian
kakoy and Bo Jackson were dominant.

Speaker 3 (55:53):
If you had the Raiders with Bo Jackson and Marcus Allen,
that was pretty dominant. And then the second Techmobile you
had the forty nine ers, you could I mean and
Joe want Tang could throw a hundred yards.

Speaker 2 (56:01):
But I'm telling you, but Christian Kakoy was like Bo
Jackson in that game.

Speaker 3 (56:04):
Dude, you saw all the guys go and they would
just fall apart.

Speaker 4 (56:08):
Christian McCoy signed Techmo Okay, I got a Koy assigned jerseys.
He's still alive, is he?

Speaker 5 (56:16):

Speaker 4 (56:17):
I don't even know how old he would really be because.

Speaker 5 (56:20):
He was it was like early nineties.

Speaker 2 (56:22):
Was so young.

Speaker 4 (56:24):
I see a tech Mobile photo, but I don't see
any a Koy signed cartridges. That would be a cool
get though, huh, like assigned cartridge. If you guys see one,
let me know.

Speaker 3 (56:32):
I've never seen anyone sign one of those. Was pretty cool,
Like I sign it a Nintendo cartridge. That's a good idea.

Speaker 2 (56:39):
Yeah, I've never seen it happen. Maybe they don't. Have
you ever seen it?

Speaker 11 (56:41):
I've seen Mike Tyson with punch Out.

Speaker 4 (56:44):
Oh that's cool, yeah, because that was his Like I
would get Bo Jackson like you said, or Christian nakoy a.

Speaker 2 (56:50):
But you ever play Techmobile, Kevin.

Speaker 3 (56:51):
No, dude, that was the best and now on your
phone you can download. Uh, it's in like a knockoff.
It's called tech something Else. No, it's called like Something
Else Bowl and it's just like technic boal, same concept,
same same everything.

Speaker 1 (57:06):
That'd be awesome.

Speaker 2 (57:07):
Christian A quake came to the school.

Speaker 5 (57:09):
Yeah it was, and we didn't even never really know
who it was.

Speaker 4 (57:12):

Speaker 3 (57:12):
I tell my kids too, like they're so spoiled, you know, like,
no one we.

Speaker 1 (57:16):
Didn't get that.

Speaker 3 (57:16):
I'm like you, dude, Arkansas travelers, like I waited for
someone to just come by on the tour, to stop
by the real Grand Valley, to get a glimpse of
anyone professional.

Speaker 2 (57:25):
Yeah, and ours was an hour away in a minor
league team.

Speaker 3 (57:27):

Speaker 4 (57:27):
There were three Dallas Cowboys that were living in an
apartment in the off season near where I was, where
I was living, and I remember they would come in.

Speaker 3 (57:34):
The Mountain Mountain Pink off season and.

Speaker 4 (57:37):
There were three of them, and I was like, oh,
that's crazy about three dollars cowboys. They were lined to
bank chicks. They never were to play for the Cowboys. Wow,
I was gonna say, likely check them.

Speaker 2 (57:47):
There was on social media three like yeah we played
for the Cowboys. I remember they were just bank chicks.

Speaker 5 (57:52):
Living in Arkansas.

Speaker 3 (57:53):
Yeah, yeah, I like it here off season.

Speaker 1 (57:56):
It's called retro Bowl. Retro ball.

Speaker 2 (57:58):
That's good.

Speaker 4 (57:59):
Yeah, So green Bay. If you want to get an
AIRBNBA do you guess see this? No, So, NFL games
in a big city, not.

Speaker 2 (58:08):
The big deal. Plenty of hotel rooms NFL games in
Green Bay.

Speaker 4 (58:12):
A lot of people stay in Milwaukee, they drive to
green Bay because Green Bay is very small. If you
want to get an Airbnb in Green Bay, it's going
to be around.

Speaker 2 (58:24):
At least one thousand bucks a night.

Speaker 4 (58:27):
What dang for NFL season with like two and three
night minimums. According to reports, one single spare room within
walking distance of Lambeoufield is going for nine to ninety
nine a night, very small. Other individual properties are said
to be commanding a nightly rental price between eighteen hundred
and twenty grand a night, depending on how big from
the Wasaw Daily Herald.

Speaker 5 (58:45):
So just a room alone, you're sharing with somebody for
a thousand bucks a night.

Speaker 2 (58:50):
In that other one?

Speaker 4 (58:51):
Yeah, first there may be two bedrooms in that one,
but it's it's definitely small. But that would suck to
pay a thousand bucks. You know, just drive the hour,
yeah easily, I mean I get it. You want to
walk it'd be cool, dude.

Speaker 3 (59:02):
It's like those who went out to the golf tournament,
you know, people were the parking was crazy, right, Like
the nearest parking was so far away and then you have.

Speaker 1 (59:09):
To shuttle in.

Speaker 3 (59:09):
But there was a house right by the golf course
that was that had a pretty decent yard selling a
spot for forty dollars and there must have been five
hundred cars in their yard, and like they banged.

Speaker 5 (59:19):
And they did it for three days in a row. Yeah,
my buddy and I talked about that same thing.

Speaker 2 (59:23):
It's like the house is in near Razorby Stadium.

Speaker 4 (59:25):
They just sell all that parking in this twenty bus
forty thirty bucks and they can fit in twenty thirty cars.

Speaker 2 (59:29):
Hey every weekend.

Speaker 1 (59:31):
I think they do that at Green Bay. That's kind
of what I thought.

Speaker 2 (59:33):
When you went to that event where people dressed up
like golfers, you.

Speaker 3 (59:38):
Mean, like spectators. Yeah, yeah, that's kind.

Speaker 2 (59:41):
Of what you do. Huh.

Speaker 4 (59:44):
Again, I've only been in one golf event ever because
I played, I didn't say so. Yeah, I've only ever
been as a fan to one golf event ever, and
I think I just wore tennis shoes and shorts huh.
But I wonder because I see people wearing like spikes.

Speaker 2 (59:58):
Oh, they're like golf shoes.

Speaker 1 (01:00:00):
Oh I didn't see that. I did. I didn't look
at their feet, but.

Speaker 2 (01:00:03):
They were dressing like golf pants.

Speaker 3 (01:00:05):
Oh sure, Well you know the logo the title is
hats you know, like, yeah, all that.

Speaker 2 (01:00:10):
I saw a TikTok that was about that.

Speaker 11 (01:00:12):
It was like that golf's like the only sport that's
like you go and you're like waiting to be called
in to play.

Speaker 1 (01:00:18):
You look like you're ready to go.

Speaker 2 (01:00:20):
Do you feel that you're too old take a glove
to a baseball game?

Speaker 4 (01:00:24):

Speaker 3 (01:00:25):
Yeah, Oh oh I'm not.

Speaker 2 (01:00:28):
Yeah, I think so.

Speaker 6 (01:00:29):

Speaker 3 (01:00:29):
Really, Oh but you know what, I'm sorry. I thought
about me and my kids.

Speaker 2 (01:00:33):
Like me going with my Oh if you just me
and you go, na, we.

Speaker 1 (01:00:37):
Can't take your love, dude.

Speaker 4 (01:00:39):

Speaker 1 (01:00:39):
We catch with their hands.

Speaker 3 (01:00:41):
Although I have thought about, like what what do I do, Like,
how do I catch it? I've thought about taking my
hat off and catching it with my hat.

Speaker 1 (01:00:48):
Or do I just tall?

Speaker 2 (01:00:49):
You won't catch it with your hand, you think, so.

Speaker 1 (01:00:51):
Rip it right out of my hand.

Speaker 2 (01:00:52):
No, but it'll like yeah, or it'll just hit the fabric.
You got to be perfect. It's got to hit right
in the right part of the hat.

Speaker 1 (01:00:57):
So what do you would go hands.

Speaker 2 (01:00:58):
No, I get out of the way.

Speaker 1 (01:00:59):
I don't want to.

Speaker 4 (01:01:00):
I have no interest in catching a foul ball.

Speaker 5 (01:01:03):
What do you mean if it came right at you,
you were just you would.

Speaker 1 (01:01:08):
Be on TV looking like a little getting out of
the way.

Speaker 2 (01:01:11):
What's even worse is if you drop one.

Speaker 1 (01:01:13):
Yeah, that's true.

Speaker 2 (01:01:14):
It's worse to get out of the way they drop.

Speaker 4 (01:01:15):
I don't care about a ball. I'm not going to
break a finger. I give no craps about a ball.
Maybe because I'm a bit jaded because we get to
do some cool stuff. Sure, but and it's just a
foul ball. I have no no need to grab a fob.

Speaker 11 (01:01:26):
You're sitting right next.

Speaker 2 (01:01:27):
To an old lady. The ball I would try to say, Okay, yeah.

Speaker 4 (01:01:30):
No, no, that's that's definitely get out of the way. Even
if a ball were coming at my wife, I would
try to or a kid. Yes, But I'm saying just
to catch a foul ball, I don't give two craps
about that.

Speaker 3 (01:01:42):
Hold about a home run ball, World Series Game seven.

Speaker 2 (01:01:45):
Well, that does walk off all that matters a little bit. Yeah,
how's your boot?

Speaker 3 (01:01:49):
It's good, it's still here. I mean where we're at
the very end of this, dude, the very.

Speaker 2 (01:01:54):
Are you tired of it? Yeah? Is your body adjusted wrong?

Speaker 1 (01:01:57):
It's off.

Speaker 3 (01:01:58):
It's off because I've I've been walking like a penguin
for you know, four or five weeks, and so, yeah,
my body's kind of like off track. My back, my
spine feels like it's crooked. My shoulders even hurt a
little bit, my neck hurts.

Speaker 2 (01:02:12):
And you're off over and over again every time you
step down.

Speaker 1 (01:02:14):
And I feel like as soon as I would have wore.

Speaker 4 (01:02:16):
Two boots, should have done that, that had been funny.

Speaker 1 (01:02:22):
H oh, you both you broke both of your legs,
and I.

Speaker 2 (01:02:24):
Want to keep it even any drama with the boots.

Speaker 4 (01:02:28):
Huh huh.

Speaker 2 (01:02:29):
An you drive with it?

Speaker 3 (01:02:30):
Yeah, yeah, most cars, like my son's car, it's a
little smaller, so the pedal is closer to the brake pedal,
and it got stuck the other day. I was driving it,
and it's you got to understand, like you're not pushing
the pedal like you normally would, where you kind of
bend your foot and push down with your toes. You're moving,
You're moving your whole foot. It's like you're kicking it.
You're kicking the pedal.

Speaker 2 (01:02:49):
I shouldn't drive it that.

Speaker 5 (01:02:50):
Yeah, No, I'm good at it now.

Speaker 3 (01:02:53):
But what happened was I pushed it down to accelerate
and it got the top of it, got caught on
the brake pedal, and I put to.

Speaker 1 (01:03:00):
Take it off and it was stuck. Dude.

Speaker 3 (01:03:02):
I panicked the car was getting We were going to
head ahead into a traffic light, and that car was
getting closer and closer, and I just yanked my whole
foot out and finally got loose, and I'm breaked.

Speaker 4 (01:03:11):
Well, I'm ready for you, and I have that thing
on so we can play golf or pick a ball
or anything me too.

Speaker 3 (01:03:16):
I asked the doctor if I can play golf, and
he said, just hang hang on, like just one more week.

Speaker 1 (01:03:21):
You can do it.

Speaker 4 (01:03:22):
But again, you can't start playing golf immediately. You have
to walk for like a week.

Speaker 3 (01:03:26):
Yeah, but I can car. I can go on a
golf cart. As long as I can stand, I can
hit a golf ball.

Speaker 1 (01:03:30):

Speaker 2 (01:03:31):
I think when you were standing, maybe sometimes you can hit.

Speaker 1 (01:03:35):
That's true.

Speaker 4 (01:03:35):
We're gonna take a break holder, who's the most famous
person that represents your favorite team?

Speaker 2 (01:03:41):
So you can go call Cowboys. Yeah, the most famous person,
one celebrity is associated with your team.

Speaker 1 (01:03:47):
It has to be I think it'd have to be
Troy Aikman.

Speaker 2 (01:03:52):
He's a player that doesn't count.

Speaker 3 (01:03:54):
Oh you mean, oh, you mean post Malone.

Speaker 4 (01:03:59):
A pretty big Maybe gone Lebron though, well he's a
Cowboy fan, massive Cowboy fan he is.

Speaker 5 (01:04:05):

Speaker 1 (01:04:07):
Oh, I've never known that.

Speaker 4 (01:04:07):
Now, I'm not fighting for that as universal in my mind, Like,
who's the most famous Cowboy fan?

Speaker 2 (01:04:11):
Probably would have went.

Speaker 1 (01:04:11):
Lebron, I've never I didn't know that he was a
Cowboys fan.

Speaker 2 (01:04:14):
Post alone big. Yeah, Postmone's so like big about it.

Speaker 1 (01:04:17):
They do.

Speaker 3 (01:04:17):
They even have like restaurants like with Postmon's face on
it with the Cowboys.

Speaker 4 (01:04:20):
Anybody else Cowboys, anybody else you could think of, I
mean other than me, Yeah, you'd be third red Sox
Kevin's team probably like Ben Affleck oh.

Speaker 2 (01:04:34):
Yeah, or Matt Damon too, Matt Damon yeah.

Speaker 3 (01:04:37):
Oh and the market Mark dudes, Yeah, market Mark and
the Donnies.

Speaker 5 (01:04:40):
Yeah, either Damon or Wahlberg's Dave Portnoy.

Speaker 1 (01:04:46):
Oh, he's a Red Sox guy.

Speaker 2 (01:04:47):
He's a Boston guy. I just assume he's a Red
Sox guy.

Speaker 3 (01:04:50):
Yeah, Oh, Jimmy fallon.

Speaker 5 (01:04:53):
Good one like Fever Pitch.

Speaker 4 (01:04:55):
How lucky they shot that when the World Series actually
won the World Series. They're on the field and they
actually won the World Series. They got to shoot that
and be part of the movie.

Speaker 3 (01:05:03):
Do you remember them showing them shoot scenes in commercial
during commercials?

Speaker 2 (01:05:07):
H huh.

Speaker 3 (01:05:07):
Yeah, like they would come back from commercial Foxwood or whatever.
They'd be like, there they are, they're shooting a scene
for their new movie and they literally only had five
minutes shoot a scene in them.

Speaker 1 (01:05:15):
The game's gonna start.

Speaker 2 (01:05:16):
Stop read who's your team?

Speaker 11 (01:05:18):
I don't really have a team other than the Razorbacks,
but I honestly, you'd probably be the guy for the Razorbacks.

Speaker 2 (01:05:24):
I would, well, John Daily went to school as an
athlete there.

Speaker 4 (01:05:26):
Yeah, so he's probably according to the rules that we
just made up, Justin Moore.

Speaker 2 (01:05:33):
Justin Moore would be big, big fan.

Speaker 4 (01:05:35):
I mean, I would say John Day, but again, he
was an athlete at the University of Arkansas.

Speaker 3 (01:05:39):
Still, he's such a Razorback, you know, like actors or oh.

Speaker 4 (01:05:44):
Billy buf Thorn he's from Arkansas, but I don't know he's
raisor back guy. There's like three three of us that
are in the public daily Justin and myself, Joe Nichols
a little bit, that's right, And I don't know if
he's that. He's not anti public about it, but but
I see him a games I don't think he like,
where's it on a sleeve? Racy Lawrence is the big

Arkansas fan really, like I'm a die hard fan. I
know Justin Moore is a die hard fan, lives and
dies by and John Daly is if.

Speaker 3 (01:06:10):
They got a big meeting together of all like the
Arkansas people, like, all right, let's talk about what we're
gonna do next year.

Speaker 1 (01:06:16):
Celebrities bringing who is just you?

Speaker 2 (01:06:18):

Speaker 1 (01:06:19):
You think no one else?

Speaker 2 (01:06:20):
We're being loose on the words celebrity, but I'll accept it.

Speaker 1 (01:06:23):
Just like you know famous people.

Speaker 2 (01:06:25):
Is that it.

Speaker 4 (01:06:28):
Do former coaches like Nolan Richardson count because he did
win a national championship.

Speaker 2 (01:06:33):
Maybe not?

Speaker 4 (01:06:34):
Maybe if you work there, it doesn't. I don't know
what the rules are since we make them up anyway. Yeah,
but we don't have celebrities really except for Justin.

Speaker 2 (01:06:41):
John was Bill Clinton? Like a razorback big time okay.

Speaker 4 (01:06:44):
Jerry Jones, Jerry Jones a good Jones played football there though,
one national championship all so he's celebrity, though not known
for Arkansas.

Speaker 2 (01:06:53):
So that's why it counts of the rules we're making
up as we go.

Speaker 1 (01:06:56):
Rest in peace.

Speaker 2 (01:06:58):
How about like the Lakers? Would you say, oh my.

Speaker 3 (01:07:01):
God, everybody in Hollywood Jack Nicholson? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (01:07:05):
Who else?

Speaker 2 (01:07:06):
How about the Knicks?

Speaker 1 (01:07:08):
Spike Lee?

Speaker 3 (01:07:09):
Spike Lee's yeah, all the all the all the who
was there the whole time? Ben Stillert Ben still was
every final game or every playoff game.

Speaker 2 (01:07:19):
I mean, I just think of all the New York
celebrities in the front row. Spike Lee though, yeah forever? Yeah,
Kan City Chiefs.

Speaker 5 (01:07:28):
Isn't Bateman one?

Speaker 2 (01:07:29):
I don't know. I would say Paul rudd Oh, yeah's
your Chiefs fan.

Speaker 4 (01:07:33):
Paul Rudning, the guy from who played one of the
the gay couple on.

Speaker 2 (01:07:41):
The show with Al Bundy. Is the dad married with children?

Speaker 4 (01:07:44):
No, that was married with children, yes, but he then
was married to Sophia Vergara.

Speaker 2 (01:07:49):
Oh, I know you're talking about modern family.

Speaker 4 (01:07:52):
One of those guys that's the gay couple. But don't
think he's gay, redheaded guy Steven Stone or something.

Speaker 2 (01:07:59):
I know who that is? You would you know him?

Speaker 4 (01:08:02):
He's the Chiefs guy, big Chiefs guy. His name is
something Stone. Oh yeah, that Stone.

Speaker 2 (01:08:11):
Chiefs actor.

Speaker 4 (01:08:14):
Oh what are we talking about there? Eric stone Street here?

Speaker 1 (01:08:20):
Oh yeah, he's a bigger guy. Yeah. Yeah, other guy
he's not the red head.

Speaker 2 (01:08:23):
Yeah, I still that's what you're talking about. I thought
maybe his hair was read. I don't see.

Speaker 1 (01:08:28):
Yeah, said that the redhead.

Speaker 2 (01:08:29):
The other one.

Speaker 1 (01:08:30):
No, guys, the number one is Taylor Swift.

Speaker 2 (01:08:32):
That doesn't count.

Speaker 1 (01:08:33):
How does that not count?

Speaker 4 (01:08:34):
Because she's new She's not a dire Chiefs fan. She
just likes Travis Kelsey.

Speaker 1 (01:08:37):
But where's all the.

Speaker 2 (01:08:39):
Chiefs fan? Paul's number one? In my mind?

Speaker 4 (01:08:46):
Paul New York Jets, Oh gosh, who was the I
have to Rich Eyen one and Adam Sandler, a Jets fan,
was a big Jets guy. And uh, Doug Heffernan, but
also the real version Kevin James King Queens. Yeah he's
a big Jets guy too. The Patriots.

Speaker 1 (01:09:05):
Kevin bon Jovi. Oh bon Jovi is a good one,
is he?

Speaker 11 (01:09:09):

Speaker 5 (01:09:10):
Always there?

Speaker 4 (01:09:11):
Mark Wahlberg, Mark Marks again, all those same Boston Guys
team actors.

Speaker 2 (01:09:15):
Yeh, Miami Dolphins Darius.

Speaker 3 (01:09:20):
Oh yeah, he's a Doph big Dolphins fan. Darius is
a good one.

Speaker 5 (01:09:25):
I don't even know, I know anybody.

Speaker 4 (01:09:29):
But it's like the Packers, right, who's a big Packers fan?

Speaker 2 (01:09:32):
Huge brand?

Speaker 4 (01:09:34):
And I know Lil Wayne's a big Packer fan, But
I don't know that most people associate that with those two.

Speaker 2 (01:09:38):
I don't think that even counts.

Speaker 1 (01:09:40):
Yeah, I don't know, massive brand.

Speaker 2 (01:09:45):
Can't think of one super fan that's famous. Yeah, Indiana Fever.

Speaker 1 (01:09:51):
Number one.

Speaker 11 (01:09:52):

Speaker 2 (01:09:53):
Hey, Mike, did you watch the Dallas Cowboy cheerleader.

Speaker 9 (01:09:55):
Show America Sweethearts on Netflix?

Speaker 1 (01:09:57):
How is that?

Speaker 9 (01:09:58):
It's actually pretty good?

Speaker 10 (01:09:59):
I used the WIST and CMT two because, like my
wife and I would watch it. That one's a little
bit more like reality show, like all those tropes.

Speaker 9 (01:10:05):
This was like a documentary?

Speaker 4 (01:10:07):
Is it like an athlete documentary? For example, Cheer was
an athlete documentary.

Speaker 9 (01:10:13):
I would compare it to Cheer.

Speaker 2 (01:10:15):
Also, I should watch Yeah, I think you should watch it.
What'd you learn? Well?

Speaker 10 (01:10:19):
One of the big things they actually talked about that
I didn't think they would get into is like how
much they get paid which is not very much. They
compared it to the salary of a substitute teacher.

Speaker 4 (01:10:27):
I figured, yeah, I figured they didn't get paid much either.
I figured it's just like a glory job, like I'm
a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader.

Speaker 2 (01:10:34):
Yeah, okay.

Speaker 9 (01:10:35):
They don't get anything though, like a calendar. They have
to pay for it.

Speaker 10 (01:10:38):
Really, they don't get to get the uniform. They have
to give that back. Like hair and makeup, they have
to pay for it themselves.

Speaker 1 (01:10:43):
Whoa dang on, Jerry.

Speaker 3 (01:10:46):
I mean, that's a big email to the Cowboys.

Speaker 4 (01:10:49):
I know, but the people are willing to do that
to be a cheerleader though.

Speaker 9 (01:10:53):
That's kind of how they get away with it.

Speaker 10 (01:10:54):
Like Charlote Jones is on there talking about it, like
it's such a privilege to be a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader.

Speaker 2 (01:10:59):
That Charlotte, oh Jerry's daughter.

Speaker 3 (01:11:00):
Yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, Arlotte, huh Okay.

Speaker 10 (01:11:03):
What else that they get injured like pretty badly, like afterwards,
like they do that split thing wherever they fall down
to the ground, like total splits. Like a lot of
them have hip injuries after they're not cheerleaders anymore.

Speaker 4 (01:11:17):
Yeah, I mean, it's an athletic I mean they're those cheerleaders.
Man like cheer I'm saying cheer. They would get hardcore
injured because they're doing flips and crap. And I would
imagine most of them come from that background, right, some
sort of even dance when I was dancing. Yeah, these
girls are dan injured hard ankles, knees.

Speaker 10 (01:11:31):
But it's crazy though, they don't get any of the
other like amenities, Like they don't have trainers, they don't
have people like doctors that they can go see.

Speaker 9 (01:11:36):
They don't even get free gym memberships.

Speaker 3 (01:11:38):
The doctor and the cowboy hat doesn't go over there
and help them out.

Speaker 10 (01:11:40):
Dude, that's crazy. They get nothing nothing, So I get why.
I mean, if they didn't get paid a lot them,
I at least have like some amenities or something they
can go see.

Speaker 4 (01:11:49):
Especially such a that's such a brand, Yeah, brand within
a massive brand.

Speaker 10 (01:11:53):
Because yeah, it's not like they're not profitable too. They
talk about how the cheerleader's bringing millions of dollars.

Speaker 2 (01:11:59):
What's up with the no touching role?

Speaker 10 (01:12:01):
Yeah, if you go get a picture with the cheerleaders,
they make you hold a football. So there's this one
point where it gets kind of creepy. They like show
dudes like, hey, gotta put my arm around you, and
they have like a security guy with him, like nope,
touch the football, So the guy in the picture has
to hold the football. They can't put their arms around
the cheerleaders. There's one episode where.

Speaker 2 (01:12:18):
Are you being creepy right now?

Speaker 1 (01:12:19):
I mean the creepers like that they run.

Speaker 2 (01:12:22):
No, they didn't run it for everyone should touch them.

Speaker 1 (01:12:25):
It had to have started somewhere.

Speaker 2 (01:12:26):
You should touch them.

Speaker 1 (01:12:27):
No, you can't put your arm around people for a picture. Yes,
until creepster starts like, yeah, they ruined.

Speaker 10 (01:12:34):
They do a whole episode of this cheerleader who gets
touched by a photographer and they address all the issues
they go along with that.

Speaker 2 (01:12:40):
Kay did you watch it?

Speaker 9 (01:12:41):

Speaker 2 (01:12:42):
I did. What did you learn from it?

Speaker 8 (01:12:44):
The biggest thing was the pay. I kind of knew
about the pay already though, because I watched the reality
show growing up, and you know, I was invested, so
I looked up all the stuff. But uh yeah, the
just like the The biggest thing that got me was
they can't go up any size in their uniform, not
even a little bit from the moment they get fitted
from it, they.

Speaker 2 (01:13:01):
Can't They can't let it out at all.

Speaker 8 (01:13:03):
No, no, they can't, and if they do, they get,
you know, in trouble or whatever happened.

Speaker 2 (01:13:07):
But yeah, they what year is this happening exactly?

Speaker 10 (01:13:11):
That's what it feels like. It feels like they're back
in the nineties. Some of the things they talk about.
They'll like be criticizing some of the girls like, oh,
she's a little heavy in the face.

Speaker 3 (01:13:17):
Sixties wow, heavy in the face, or.

Speaker 8 (01:13:20):
They'll just splat out side she's a great dancer, but
she's not very attractive and mean.

Speaker 3 (01:13:25):
She has some food and her jaws nuts in there.

Speaker 10 (01:13:28):
And then they have the creepy tour guy too, who
was saying, you know, all the cheerleaders have to sign
this thing where they can't hook up with players.

Speaker 9 (01:13:33):
They don't have that for the tour guides.

Speaker 2 (01:13:36):
Pretty creepy. He said that that poor guy get put
on the on the show.

Speaker 1 (01:13:39):
He started the no touch.

Speaker 4 (01:13:40):
Rule, the reason that that guy should not be saying that.

Speaker 2 (01:13:47):
But you like, you think I would like it.

Speaker 9 (01:13:48):
I think it would like it.

Speaker 10 (01:13:49):
Give it a couple of episodes if you don't like
the style of it, because it is kind of like
a real because just because it's cheerleader stuff.

Speaker 3 (01:13:58):
I would like that show really when it was on
to reality trashy.

Speaker 9 (01:14:03):
It's less than that.

Speaker 10 (01:14:04):
But and the thing is they don't really like fight
with each other because they're so determined to try to
become cheerleaders that they're also supportive. Like nobody's like, ah,
this stupid girl, like I don't want her to make it.
They're so supportive because it's so hard to make it.
They make it like thirty six slots.

Speaker 2 (01:14:18):
I don't know that.

Speaker 4 (01:14:19):
I'm I'm sold into watching it. Yeah, I did love Cheer,
though all it's not the same. I thought Cheer was awesome.

Speaker 1 (01:14:24):
Cheer was really good.

Speaker 2 (01:14:24):
What cheer on that flax?

Speaker 4 (01:14:25):

Speaker 2 (01:14:25):
No, Coach Monica?

Speaker 9 (01:14:27):
Is the second season one that good?

Speaker 2 (01:14:30):
I don't know if I watched second season?

Speaker 9 (01:14:31):
Maybe I did, but people forgot about it.

Speaker 1 (01:14:34):
Is that before or after that did got in trouble?

Speaker 9 (01:14:37):
They talk about it in that second season?

Speaker 4 (01:14:38):
They do.

Speaker 2 (01:14:38):
I don't think I'll watched it. And I love season one. Yeah,
season one was awesome. Yeah, he was awesome. Okay, I
think we're done or don't want to go here.

Speaker 1 (01:14:50):
Gonna go home. I'm gonna go home, play some pick
a ball.

Speaker 2 (01:14:54):
We cut the limb down, the big limb.

Speaker 1 (01:14:55):
Now, you and I, but we try. We tried our best.

Speaker 4 (01:14:58):
Well, Eddie and I cleaned the tree with this big
tall thing to play pickleball, and then I had to
hire a tree service to come and cut a massive limb.

Speaker 1 (01:15:07):
Did they take the whole branch off? They did? Okay? Good?

Speaker 2 (01:15:09):
The problem is it's not even that less of shade.

Speaker 4 (01:15:12):
We still have the big tree over the top that
shades the pickleball court. But like berries fall on it,
birds poop on it.

Speaker 1 (01:15:19):
Kind of berry strawberries.

Speaker 4 (01:15:21):
You don't want to eat these, ok So it's kind
of a mix. Do you want to fry under the
sun or do you want to have shade and have
to deal with the berries and.

Speaker 2 (01:15:26):
The birds fry?

Speaker 1 (01:15:27):
That's the elements fry, right.

Speaker 2 (01:15:29):
I want the shade, really, I think so, because I
can just take a broom and go.

Speaker 4 (01:15:34):
Put a little tarp over it. It's only want half
the court that gets it. Put a little tarp over.

Speaker 5 (01:15:38):
It, or even like a leaf blower. Probably that's a
good point.

Speaker 2 (01:15:43):
All of the poop.

Speaker 4 (01:15:43):
I don't think you can leaf blow. Kind of wet
you gotta scrape that on. Yeah, I got get that broom. So, yeah,
that's it.

Speaker 2 (01:15:51):
Thank you for listening. I'm maybe gonna go to you. Guys.
I feel like you had nothing to say.

Speaker 1 (01:15:55):
We've got nothing. I've got nothing, ude, you got anything.

Speaker 4 (01:15:58):
Coming, mostly because we recorded outro at the same time
I recorded the other outro.

Speaker 1 (01:16:01):
For the I told you what I had.

Speaker 2 (01:16:03):
Yeah, and we are exhausted.

Speaker 3 (01:16:04):
Material read you got anything?

Speaker 4 (01:16:07):
He has something great for this one. We had nothing
like ten minutes ago. I'm glad you asked. This one's
been burning on me for a while.

Speaker 5 (01:16:15):

Speaker 2 (01:16:15):
I learned how to cook pasta last night. That's pretty fun.

Speaker 5 (01:16:18):
You mean from scratch?

Speaker 1 (01:16:20):

Speaker 11 (01:16:21):
Yeah, Dawson showed me how to make it. I told
Maddie I was gonna learn to cook for so we're married.
I can cook, so I'm going to cook for this weekend.
So I had Dawson, you know, teach me his chef ways.

Speaker 1 (01:16:31):
And hold on.

Speaker 2 (01:16:32):
You made your own pasta. Oh no, not the posta noodles.
But the sauce was homemade.

Speaker 1 (01:16:37):
Oh, any of it.

Speaker 2 (01:16:39):
Heck, even if the sauce is at homemade, you just
learn how to boil the crap and get it going.

Speaker 1 (01:16:42):
You're good.

Speaker 2 (01:16:43):
That's a big deal too.

Speaker 1 (01:16:44):
Women love that.

Speaker 2 (01:16:44):
That like once ever two weeks you freaking he rode
the house trying man.

Speaker 1 (01:16:48):
You do that both.

Speaker 2 (01:16:49):
I'm not the hero of the house, I thought, Yeah, no,
I don't claim to be here.

Speaker 4 (01:16:53):
All right, that's it, Thank you guys, have a great
rest of the week, and we will be back with
another episode on Monday.

Speaker 2 (01:16:58):
We're not doing one end of the week for the
July week. Add that is all Incubied Bery
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