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February 23, 2024 31 mins

Eddie's hair transplant saga continues and now a listener offers him one in Wisconsin! Then, we share a new round of fun facts, find out if you knew these ones! Mailbag: A listener's mom wants to be in the delivery room with them, but they don't want them there and are scared if they tell them that it'll cause drama...

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
There we go.

Speaker 2 (00:03):
Transmitting Americas.

Speaker 3 (00:11):
Hey, welcome to Friday Show More Studio morning.

Speaker 1 (00:13):
All right, Derek Spentley in a little later and we'll
do fun fact Friday and we'll do dance party.

Speaker 3 (00:18):
Fridays are just awesome.

Speaker 1 (00:19):
But on Friday we go around find our favorite news
story of the day, of the last couple of days,
Amy your first.

Speaker 4 (00:25):
Okay, so security companies they have cameras they film us. Well,
what if they have a little mishap where now everybody
can watch everybody's footage, because that's what happened.

Speaker 3 (00:35):
Like somebody got hacked.

Speaker 4 (00:36):
But where's the No, it was a security glitch, Like
nobody was hacked.

Speaker 5 (00:40):
It just allowed users to see other users footage.

Speaker 3 (00:43):
Oh and like home security. Yeah, I thought you meant
like a security to Alison, a business that's not good.

Speaker 1 (00:48):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (00:49):
You know.

Speaker 4 (00:49):
Sometimes it's like, oh, your credit card's been compromised.

Speaker 5 (00:51):
You're like, okay, cool, cool, it's my credit card, so
normal to you.

Speaker 3 (00:53):
But to us that's not that normal.

Speaker 4 (00:55):
Now, well yeah, but what about oh googogle, everybody could
just see you in my cameras.

Speaker 1 (01:00):
I guess it depends what you're shooting where your cameras are,
because if it's just like over your front door. You're
probably not that big of a deal. But if you
have some inside stuff, some garat in your toilet, Oh
you have security cameras in that.

Speaker 3 (01:14):
I don't, but I know people that do. Wow.

Speaker 4 (01:16):
So the cloud apparently got overloaded and connected data to
incorrect accounts, and so that's what happened.

Speaker 6 (01:23):
You know.

Speaker 1 (01:24):
They act like you can people can hack our phone
all the time and watch us or so Like when
I take my phone into the bathroom, I always put
like a paper towel or a toll paper wrap at
the top up like a mummy head smart because I
don't mind if people see me doing a lot of stuff.

Speaker 3 (01:41):
I just don't want anybody going to be pooping. It's
a vulnerable position, man. Yeah, of all the positions, I
think that's the worst. Who wants to see that anyway?

Speaker 1 (01:47):
There could be like a tape get out of me,
like doing whatever, even by myself, and I'd be like
that shows baby.

Speaker 3 (01:52):
But pooping, Yeah, that's the worst. But we all do it.
We have to do it. We all do do it.
Edt of your store, No bad, I don't want Okay,
there's nothing to a case.

Speaker 6 (02:04):
Don't kill the no, no, no, listen, there is a stingray
in a North Carolina aquarium right, lives in the aquarium,
lives with a lot of other stingrays and a lot
of sharks. She's pregnant. That sounds crazy, right, It's crazy
because they're all female stingrays in there. So this is
like the immaculate conception of stingrays.

Speaker 1 (02:26):
Isn't there a chance though, that one of the stingrays
may have male and female but they don't know.

Speaker 6 (02:31):
Well, that's what scientists are trying to figure out. There
are like two things that there are two theories. One
theory is that there are sharks in there, or the
sting raised Jesus an interesting, Jesus was not one of
the theories.

Speaker 3 (02:41):
That's mine.

Speaker 5 (02:42):
Can it be the sharks as a dad?

Speaker 6 (02:44):
Yeah, so that's it. May be a sting shark ray
pretty crazy. Or the other one is that they have
a no.

Speaker 1 (02:53):
It's sting ray, Jesus, that's crazy.

Speaker 3 (02:58):
They're all just like, what is happening?

Speaker 1 (03:00):
What if that sting ray snuck out though at night
and like went to a party out, got knocked up,
came in after hours and oh, human work.

Speaker 3 (03:08):
Like what comes out with human teeth?

Speaker 1 (03:11):
I'm gonna go on Sting Ray Jesus, I don't know,
lunch and he will lead the new Stingrays.

Speaker 3 (03:16):
That's funny too, all right, lunchbox your story.

Speaker 1 (03:18):
Man.

Speaker 7 (03:19):
There's this sixteen year old kid. I feel terrible for him.
He put a hilarious prank online there. He's like women
in this nice boat going down a river, having like
a picnic lunch, and he's on a bridge and he
has like a water gun thing and he douses them
in milk and he says milt and he put it
online and it got like thirty two million views. Well,

(03:42):
they hunted him down and he got kicked out of
his private school because they said that does not represent
our school.

Speaker 3 (03:46):
Well, you shouldn't be shooting.

Speaker 1 (03:47):
First of all, if it's water, that's still annoying. But
now you're spraying milk at people, but which is sticky,
and it's just such a bad and it's like, what's
the okay, what are you gonna do next?

Speaker 3 (03:58):
Poop juice pee?

Speaker 1 (04:00):
Right?

Speaker 3 (04:00):
I mean, there's no there has to be a line drawn.

Speaker 7 (04:03):
I mean, these ladies are stage so disgusted and just like,
oh my god.

Speaker 3 (04:07):
You probably don't know what it is at first either
you're like, what is but.

Speaker 7 (04:10):
He got kicked out of school. It wasn't even during
school time.

Speaker 1 (04:13):
Maybe maybe he'd already been in trouble though A bunch
that's like a kid that that this is not his
first wrong thing like that might just be.

Speaker 7 (04:19):
Is that kind of funny though, when they're having their
little picture.

Speaker 1 (04:21):
Funny to hear about it, but not to happen to you.

Speaker 3 (04:25):
Yeah, but to watch it's pretty funny. Yeah, I'll probably
watch it laugh. I want to say that out loud.

Speaker 1 (04:29):
My final story, New York City men are paying plastic
surgeons five thousand dollars for almond shaped nipples like David Beckham's.

Speaker 3 (04:36):
What does he have almond shape nipples?

Speaker 1 (04:38):
I've never noticed his nipples. The soccer superstar small symmetrical
almond shaped nipples have created a market. They are very small,
one on Earth five thousand bucks. I don't I just
don't think the pain's worth it on that part unless.

Speaker 3 (04:53):
They're just huge. I mean, if you've got a couple.

Speaker 1 (04:55):
Of Pepperoni's and your dude, I get being kind of embarrassed,
but I don't know if I had normal nips that
I would be.

Speaker 7 (05:03):
Like do women care? Like if they opened them. If
you take off your shirt and then oh, you got
almond nips.

Speaker 1 (05:09):
Like pepperoni nips, they might be like those are well,
those are big.

Speaker 3 (05:12):
But also women.

Speaker 1 (05:12):
Aren't as invested in just how a man looks. They're
able to be something of more depth for us guys
if we were.

Speaker 5 (05:21):
To see I don't know. I did not know this
was the thing, but sure is.

Speaker 3 (05:25):
That's why I brought it up.

Speaker 6 (05:26):
Yeah, and if you get this work done, you're just
walking around with your shirt off all the time.

Speaker 1 (05:29):
Right Listen, somebody got milked, we got we got a
stingray Jesus, we got almond nipples.

Speaker 3 (05:34):
Crazy, I forgot.

Speaker 4 (05:36):
Security camera showed your home footage to someone else.

Speaker 3 (05:40):
You'res loss today, but it was still good.

Speaker 5 (05:42):
I didn't know it was a competition, but it is.

Speaker 3 (05:44):
Hey, for the first time, I didn't lose. You didn't. Yeah,
we'll never play it again. That's fine. Again, Let's open
up the mail bag. Do you send the game mail
and read all the air. It's something we call Bobby's
mail bag. Yeah, hello, Bobby, my wife. I'm not expecting
our first child this spring.

Speaker 1 (06:01):
We are very excited. The only issue during the whole
pregnancy has been my mom the past few years. She's
barely paid attention to my life, and suddenly, now I'm
having a kid, she just can't stay away from the house.

Speaker 3 (06:12):
And that's nice and it's cool, But.

Speaker 1 (06:14):
Recently she's been trying to get me to let her
be there to watch my son be born in the room.
My wife has already decided who she wants in the
room with her, and I have full intent to have
her wishes respected. My mom has now become disappointed over
the choice parentheses I've made, because as a father, I
should be allowed to have a support.

Speaker 3 (06:32):
Person in the room with me.

Speaker 1 (06:34):
I say, I'm not the one pushing out a blank watermelon,
so why do I need to pick who's in there.

Speaker 3 (06:39):
I'm in my wits end, and she's.

Speaker 1 (06:41):
Only added more stress to me and my partner this
whole pregnancy.

Speaker 3 (06:44):
How would you deal with the situation?

Speaker 1 (06:46):
Signed stressed soon to be dad, Eddie, You go your
dad that's had a baby in a room?

Speaker 3 (06:52):
Ye, nip it in the button.

Speaker 6 (06:53):
Now you got to have the conversation with your mom
and be like, hey, back off, like this is our
You just say it like that, back off, this is
our time, This is our baby. She's not allowing you
in the delivery room. You'll have your time to see
the baby. But because this could get worse as life
goes on, like mom's gonna show up precedenth, Mom's gonna
show up once a week, Then it's gonna be twice

(07:14):
a week, and before you know it, she's gonna live
and move into the house.

Speaker 3 (07:16):
Like, no, that's drastic, amy, you're not in your head.
They'll go ahead.

Speaker 5 (07:19):
Yeah, I mean I think that Eddie's right.

Speaker 4 (07:21):
I agree with him, but not saying you, like, you
don't have to point out when you do this, when
you do that, but you can just say I feel
this way and I want to support my wife, and
right now I am feeling like not respected that you
need to back on, back off, and so like, if
you want to keep a close relationship with your mom,

(07:41):
I think it has to be said and boundaries have
to be put into place.

Speaker 5 (07:44):
And here's the thing.

Speaker 4 (07:45):
People sometimes don't like boundaries, and you may have to
deal with them being upset for a little bit, but
hopefully they love you, they get over it.

Speaker 1 (07:52):
Whomever your wife wants to hapen their mom, assuming your
husband's there. Let's say she wants another friend there's a
doctor or nurse whatever. You just go to your mom
and told her, true, with the room only allows five people,
and sorry, she can't commend it. You let her, but
there's a mac number of five people, six people.

Speaker 5 (08:07):
And she's still imagine he's not one of the five
or six.

Speaker 1 (08:09):
Yeah, so you have to say no, no, but she
can't be because she got the wife, got first pick
into draft rules and rules. Yeah, and she gets to
have her best friend there because she's having a baby.
And so sorry, mom, I would love to have you there.
And you know what, she's the one that doesn't want
you there exactly.

Speaker 7 (08:22):
Bobby just nailed it.

Speaker 3 (08:23):
You go to your mom and say, don't really say that.
You don't blame her way in this situation. I would
just find a way to be like, they won't let
us have any more people there, Okay, be a little
nicer about it, and then back off. No.

Speaker 1 (08:35):
No, you guys know more than I do. That's why
I didn't take the lead on this one. You guys
have dealt with My in laws are awesome still.

Speaker 8 (08:41):
But you're not going to have them in the room
when you're having a baby. If they want to be,
let's go No, we'll I'll get a microscoft. No, no,
we'll get along their moment to be They're awesome.

Speaker 3 (08:51):
They can have a moment. I'll go out and chew
gum cigars. You're not even there, Yeah, let me know,
all right, thank you.

Speaker 1 (08:59):
We all do agree that the mom shouldn't you. It's
not her choice and she shouldn't make you feel guilty
about it. Right, So you can do my way, lie,
or you can do their way back off.

Speaker 4 (09:07):
Back off, and then yeah, you we have to release
any expectations of being able to control somebody else's feelings.

Speaker 3 (09:13):
Amen, So you just have to let it go.

Speaker 5 (09:16):
You'll work through.

Speaker 3 (09:17):
It, go full frozen on her. Let it go, let
it go. It's time for fun. Fact Friday Fat.

Speaker 1 (09:28):
Costco has no limit on free food samples. According to them,
my parents. My parents go like limit though, like they're
full masterpe no limit, that's crazy.

Speaker 3 (09:37):
You can just go and have another.

Speaker 5 (09:38):
Yeah, give me an I have no people go there
for dinner.

Speaker 6 (09:42):
I think we hear stories funny to do. I'm telling
you my parents do it lunchtime. They go and they like,
oh we're good.

Speaker 3 (09:48):
We ate it go all.

Speaker 1 (09:49):
Around at lunch. You can I see how you can
get full, but there's no limit. Let's say you stay
at one these pork strips. Another one you set, Yeah,
you set while they cook some more.

Speaker 3 (09:58):
Oh that's good. To give me that one full? DJ
Khaled another.

Speaker 1 (10:01):
One another one. I didn't know. I mean Lunchbox could
test this. Do you have a Costco membership? You have
to have a Costco.

Speaker 7 (10:08):
Oh yeah we are. We we took the pune.

Speaker 5 (10:11):
Why are you saying that like that?

Speaker 7 (10:12):
It's the old person thing, like I felt old.

Speaker 5 (10:14):
Wow, I have one. I love it.

Speaker 1 (10:16):
You guys are agreeing. Yes, you're right, Lunchbox, Okay, by
the data here.

Speaker 7 (10:19):
That's what I'm saying.

Speaker 6 (10:20):
Like when we did it was to the hot dogs
are great?

Speaker 3 (10:24):
It was like the crackers and their gas is so cheap.

Speaker 7 (10:27):
What I'm saying like that we are so old. When
we signed up, I was like, this is this is
the moment in my life when I used to work
at Sam's and at Costco. I was like, man, old
people come in here, and now all people.

Speaker 3 (10:37):
Are smart, knowledgeable. Why is people go there? Is what
you should say?

Speaker 7 (10:42):
Okay, why is people go there?

Speaker 3 (10:44):
Like me? That's weird? But yeah, Amy.

Speaker 4 (10:46):
Go ahead, Okay, do you know when a kangaroo is born,
it's the size of a jelly bean.

Speaker 3 (10:52):
That's cute.

Speaker 5 (10:53):
Think about it.

Speaker 3 (10:54):
There's not hopping around and stuff. It's probably like.

Speaker 4 (10:56):
It's hairless and it's the size of a jelly bean.

Speaker 5 (10:59):
And so it's born.

Speaker 4 (11:01):
But then it goes into its mother's pouch for a
few months and then it emerges what you think a kangaroo.

Speaker 1 (11:08):
Would lok Like it looks like because I've seen pictures.
Looks like a gummy how like a gummy vitamin.

Speaker 4 (11:14):
Or like the little baby that's in the Marty Girl cake.

Speaker 3 (11:17):
Oh yeah, yeah sure.

Speaker 7 (11:19):
How do they do they milk them?

Speaker 3 (11:21):
Like?

Speaker 7 (11:21):
How do they feed them? Like when they're in the pouch? Like,
how do they grow?

Speaker 3 (11:25):
Yeah? They It drinks off a little like nips.

Speaker 5 (11:27):
It attaches.

Speaker 3 (11:28):
Yeah, yeah, I just I thought you meant milk the
baby a little bit.

Speaker 7 (11:33):
No, no, no, no, I didn't mean.

Speaker 3 (11:34):
I'm sure I think it.

Speaker 5 (11:35):
Yeah, it does.

Speaker 3 (11:36):
It lashes on teats, all.

Speaker 7 (11:38):
Right, go ahead, luchbox Ear infections. Everybody gets ear infections.
You go to the doctor, they give you antibiotics. Well,
back in the day before they were antibiotics, you know
how they treated them. You would pour pee into like
a cup and pour the warm urine into your ear
and clog it with a cloth, and that would cure
your earache.

Speaker 3 (11:56):
Wow, we should try that.

Speaker 7 (11:58):
So if you guys get an ear infection, you don't
have time for the doctor, just being a cup or
in your ear.

Speaker 1 (12:02):
I wonder if it's only your pee that works, or
could I if I didn't have to go and I
was like, Amy, hook me up.

Speaker 7 (12:07):
Oh, I think it's anybody's as long as warm urine.
It can't be cold.

Speaker 3 (12:11):
It's urine supposedly very clean, right, sterile. Yeah, that's what
they say.

Speaker 1 (12:15):
So I can understand why it probably would have been
effective some I don't know that it's universally something that works.

Speaker 3 (12:22):
I would do that for you guys, anyone. I would
just want you to pee in my ear. I don't
want to cup. Just stand over, yeah, down, pat head
on the ground. Is my ears killing me? You might?

Speaker 4 (12:30):
There's adult human urine?

Speaker 3 (12:32):
Is that's not because like when if you get stung
by a sting ray, you're supposed to pee on it.
That's jellyfish, jelly whatever it is.

Speaker 1 (12:42):
So anytime anytime anything sings, Yeah, I get stung by
me the other day.

Speaker 3 (12:46):
I walked, I'm out.

Speaker 4 (12:47):
Oh no, okay, it's sterile when it's in the bladder.
When it comes out, Oh really, it says it's non
sterile as it leaves the body. It's non toxic, although
it contains substances could be toxic if they're could be.

Speaker 3 (13:01):
But you can go right from the source to the ear.
You can get closer.

Speaker 1 (13:04):
We used to stifing gas when I was a kid.
If one we didn't always have enough money to buy
gasket to work or school. So if one car had
gas it almost clearly empty, we'd take a water hose,
cut it, put it in, suck on the then you
put your mouth off real quick and it goes and
you can put in the other car. So what you
do is you could siphon somebody's bladder.

Speaker 5 (13:23):
No, like with a catheter.

Speaker 3 (13:25):
No or catheter lunch. You want to try that? And then.

Speaker 7 (13:31):
I think I understand what you're saying's almost the year
in interest because it never comes out.

Speaker 3 (13:35):
Therefore it's still sterile. All right, go ahead, Eddie.

Speaker 6 (13:38):
Yeah, So people have loved chocolate for many, many many years.
The Mayans actually used to use chocolate cocoa beans as currency,
which I thought was crazy. Because my kids kind of
still do that with like their Halloween chocolate.

Speaker 3 (13:50):
Still.

Speaker 1 (13:51):
Do you think in a hundred years, as people are
sitting around eating nickels, they're like, you know, back and
it used to.

Speaker 3 (13:57):
Use this as currency. Yeah, maybe now we're just snacking
on it. He's good, that's crazy. Don't be one of
those pesos. Oh here's the euro yea, Morgan, you're.

Speaker 5 (14:07):
Up all right.

Speaker 9 (14:07):
The colossal squid is the heaviest squid ever discovered. It
occupies some of the coldest, darkest parts of the Southern
Ocean and can grow up to ten meters, which is
thirty two feet.

Speaker 3 (14:18):
Wow, we don't even we have no idea.

Speaker 6 (14:23):
Oh yeah, that's that's part of how do you get
all the marin aroosauce for that?

Speaker 1 (14:28):
That's a whole different that's they charge extra for when
you it's called the colossals, you get the colossal.

Speaker 3 (14:35):
Yeah, we have no idea. What's in the ocean? You do?
You do aliens? He said no, no, but we have
I'm saying we don't.

Speaker 1 (14:41):
We've discovered less of the ocean than we have basically
space around us between us and the next planet.

Speaker 6 (14:47):
Oh okay, they say that they saved the ocean so deep,
but yet the Titanic sinks and it's like, oh, it's
right there.

Speaker 3 (14:52):
It was a a grid point. It wasn't the ocean.
There's land. It was there's land. It's on the land.

Speaker 1 (14:57):
It's still far down, but the ocean gets way deeper,
and if it did go all the way to the point,
they wouldn't have been able to get it.

Speaker 7 (15:03):
Can you go down to the Titanic?

Speaker 3 (15:04):
Yeah? Man, remember those people died going down tragic?

Speaker 7 (15:07):
Oh that was it. That's where they went.

Speaker 3 (15:09):
Oh yeah, mouth, that's not fun. I don't like it.
That's not fun. Moving away. I'm gonna give you one more.

Speaker 1 (15:15):
Charles Barkley missed the first game of the nineteen ninety
four NBA season because he accidentally rubbed lotion in his
eyes during an eric clapping concert.

Speaker 3 (15:20):
That happened before. It couldn't, So you had to miss
a game. That's so random. Random back back, Wow, all right,
thank you, that's it.

Speaker 7 (15:29):
Fun, It's time for.

Speaker 3 (15:33):
The good news.

Speaker 6 (15:39):
On Valentine's Day, over one hundred elementary students got a
huge surprise by the older students that were athletes. So
there's an organization that promotes positivity with athletes on.

Speaker 3 (15:49):
And off the field.

Speaker 6 (15:50):
They provided one hundred scooters and they went to the
elementary school and said all right, all right.

Speaker 3 (15:55):
Kindergarteners, here we go.

Speaker 6 (15:57):
Here's the scooters. And no one in the school. Teachers
didn't know, students didn't know. So when they got it,
it was really, really, really cool.

Speaker 1 (16:04):
I thought it was gonna be like they did like
handwritten cards and chocolate or something for the kids that
had been they get they get them scooter.

Speaker 3 (16:09):
They all got scooter. They kept it secret. Yeah, we
can't keep a secret on the show to like.

Speaker 6 (16:13):
How do they afford these the organization they're called Buddy's Helpers,
So I was like, dang, they're all parted.

Speaker 7 (16:21):
Yeah, I thought they were working a part time jobs.

Speaker 1 (16:23):
Well, they had to raise the money. That's hey, why
are you always why are you always tinkling? Are tell
me something good?

Speaker 7 (16:28):
I'm not tinkling it. I was just investigating.

Speaker 3 (16:30):
I like that story. No need to investigate. That's awesome.
That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good.

Speaker 1 (16:38):
I want to give everybody an update on what happened
on yesterday's show.

Speaker 3 (16:41):
That was it was h day.

Speaker 1 (16:42):
It was hair day for Eddie he had to decide,
and I said, I will pay for your entire trip
to Turkey the country if you'll go get hair transplant surgery.

Speaker 3 (16:49):
I thought the content would be.

Speaker 1 (16:50):
Worth it, and we did all the math from flights
him plus somebody the treatment. Though it was gonna be
about ten thousand dollars. Now, did I want to pay
it just to get No? But I thought I'll be
worth it once your morien, Yeah, friend man, and then
but mostly for the.

Speaker 3 (17:03):
Bit definitely in the content. Yes.

Speaker 1 (17:06):
So Eddie was gonna yesterday he had his answer and
the answer is yes. Yeah, the answer was yes. I've
got hours of stressing the answer was yes. And I
got a call last minute that was like, hey, hold
off on Eddie for a second. Well, some people were
actually very worried about you going to Turkey, and I
would say ninety percent of the calls or messages I've
gotten were like he should go to Turkey.

Speaker 3 (17:27):
However, Kirsten's on the phone. Listen to this.

Speaker 1 (17:29):
Hey Kirsten, so tell me about what do you know
about hair transplants in Turkey?

Speaker 5 (17:36):
Okay?

Speaker 10 (17:36):
So I will start off by saying, we do robotic
hair stories in Wisconsin and we have pictures and four
stories of people going to Turkey.

Speaker 3 (17:48):
Oh none of your own.

Speaker 5 (17:48):
Okay, Oh they come back to like you're like helping them.

Speaker 1 (17:51):
Yeah what what happens? Because you know Eddie's well, probably
not gonna go to Turkey.

Speaker 10 (17:55):
Now, yes, they have really bad starring some of their
hair balls. You can't get helpful again from that doctor.

Speaker 3 (18:05):
Hard to go back to the office because far away.

Speaker 10 (18:08):
Up here in Wisconsin, we have the newest, the best,
the most advanced robotic hair respiration technology, and we want
to offer Eddie a deal that we would not offer
anybody else.

Speaker 1 (18:26):
Okay, well, okay there, okay, Ray Kars, thank you.

Speaker 3 (18:32):
We're gonna put you in and keep her number. I
definitely am not a lot of deals coming in a position.

Speaker 7 (18:38):
It feels like he needs a business partner.

Speaker 6 (18:40):
One of my.

Speaker 3 (18:42):
One of my friends message me who had it done.

Speaker 1 (18:47):
He had it done himself and he's now a partner
at this that they do this in fabul Arkansas.

Speaker 3 (18:52):
That's Arkansas. He said, pictures of his head. Do you
see the pictures of that? So this is before Okay,
this is it is a lot of hair and so
he's like he's like, send Eddie over.

Speaker 6 (19:04):
I got to, oh on my business partner, my business
agent has something I'll.

Speaker 1 (19:08):
Tell you from being busy with him, I would stop
saying that because he's not in any of your business partner.

Speaker 3 (19:13):
What's up?

Speaker 7 (19:14):
Melody is like, if Eddie does get a full head
of hair, how long are we going to laugh at him?
Because it looks so verridiculous?

Speaker 3 (19:19):
What do you mean it's gonna be?

Speaker 7 (19:20):
Oh no, because you're so so you're gonna to give
up the hat.

Speaker 3 (19:22):
Game, like your name is, that's what that's what? Cut
is gonna be a mullet? Yeah, no, no, no, what
do you mean? You just you first catch me some
simple But.

Speaker 7 (19:30):
I'm just saying, like when you see someone like how
do they get a new haircut? And you're like, oh
my yeah, it'll be it's hilarious. Right for a minute.

Speaker 1 (19:36):
It's like me, I've grown my hair out and it
looks terrible, but it's hilarious when I just wear it
in a headband.

Speaker 3 (19:40):
It looks terrible. My wife, you've told me last night,
please cut your hair.

Speaker 6 (19:43):
Dude, I cannot wait, But like I've always wanted that,
remember that peaky liner's cut.

Speaker 3 (19:47):
You have to stop about imagination cuts.

Speaker 1 (19:49):
Three months though after you get it and it grows back,
it'll be normal in the.

Speaker 3 (19:52):
Rest of your life. Man.

Speaker 1 (19:54):
Okay, wait, so I think we're gonna send Eddie to
Arkansas if we can work it out.

Speaker 3 (19:57):
If not, you're still going to Turkey.

Speaker 7 (19:58):
Who wha wha, wha wha what.

Speaker 1 (20:00):
Yes, If we can't work this out in Arkansas, you're
gonna go to Turkey.

Speaker 6 (20:04):
If we could work out Turkey, we can work out Arkansas.

Speaker 3 (20:08):
That's not a saying, it is mine. It's my slogan.

Speaker 1 (20:13):
So that's the deal he's gonna hopefully get. But it's
like I told him, it's not like a little spot.
But what are you talking about? A full head transplant.
It's like almost need to chop off somebody's head and
put it on there head.

Speaker 7 (20:23):
Do they shave the head that's on his hair or
do they leave that.

Speaker 3 (20:26):
There and shave the hair that like little get the
doctor on the phone.

Speaker 1 (20:30):
I don't have that little I don't know the doctor,
but I think we can probably get him on the phone.

Speaker 7 (20:33):
Next week, because you it feels like it'd be mismatched hair.

Speaker 5 (20:36):
Like you know, it's not. They obviously know what they're doing.

Speaker 3 (20:39):
They take it from his butt, in his front. No,
I can't. You can't do that. It's really curly.

Speaker 2 (20:46):
Weird.

Speaker 1 (20:48):
So that's where we are, right, Wow, you got to
get the doctor. I don't even know we can do
the Arkansas and I said an email.

Speaker 6 (20:55):
And plus they do have to see what they're working with,
Like what if I'm too bald and they're like you,
that's too much.

Speaker 1 (21:00):
The posted a picture of you completely bald when Lunchbox
shaved your head like seven years ago. I remember that
you have a good shaved head. Yeah, but but I
don't want to do that every day. You know people
they have to shave their head every day. I don't
want to do that.

Speaker 3 (21:10):
Okay, so next week we'll try to figure it out.
We'll ship auty all.

Speaker 5 (21:13):
Wow.

Speaker 3 (21:13):
See if we can getting some hair, this is great.
And if not, we're going to Turkey. Hey, and a
lot of offers coming in offer.

Speaker 1 (21:20):
If that doctor dies or the company goes bankrupt, or
Arkansas loses its ability to be a state, any of
that happens, you're going to Turkey.

Speaker 3 (21:27):
So okay, I'll take that a risk.

Speaker 5 (21:30):
Maybe Ray can get the robot one.

Speaker 3 (21:33):
We just spread everyone around.

Speaker 1 (21:34):
Scuba stated, go somewhere he's been going to a place
to help him out the pr Yeah, he's had a
pony tail yesterday.

Speaker 3 (21:40):
I saw it all right. Here's a voicemail from last.

Speaker 2 (21:44):
Night Morning studio. Hey, I was just wondering if the
million Dollar show was announced yet or where I could
get tickets. So I'm going to try to convince my
husband to come up from Indiana. And we kind of
need to like budget and hotel and hall of thing.
So we love the show, just anxiously at Nashville to

(22:05):
see you.

Speaker 3 (22:06):
We have not announced yet.

Speaker 1 (22:07):
I think we announce it next week possibly million dollar
show as Eddie and I the Raging Idiots are band,
full band, and then a bunch of artists join us
and we give all the money to Saint Jude. We
do it at the ryemand tickets sell out in like
ten seconds. And I don't want to reveal too much
about it, but we always try to bring in an
artist like we have really cool country artists, and then
we try to bring in an artist that we also
liked as kids and had a big song on the radio.

Speaker 3 (22:29):
Kind of a spoiler. Don't spoil it, yeah, spoil it.

Speaker 1 (22:33):
Well, it's fun because everybody knows the song and I
called him.

Speaker 3 (22:37):
He doesn't live here, and I said, will you come
play the show? And he's like, yeah, I'll do this.
The song goes like this, you know.

Speaker 11 (22:43):
Helmet, hm, oh, she doesn't know you crying shoulder.

Speaker 3 (22:55):
I'll be Love Suicide. I know who that is.

Speaker 4 (22:57):
I thought it was Love SuperStar's Love Suicide Suicide.

Speaker 3 (23:01):
Yeah, wow, Edwin McCain.

Speaker 1 (23:03):
McCain is gonna come be part of the show's like
nine artists. I don't want to do any more teases,
but that to me when Edwin said, yeah, that was cool,
that's very cool. We'll announce it, I think next week.
And I've put little hints out there too, But that's
that all right.

Speaker 3 (23:20):
Next one. My mom is named Carrie, and she had
a birthday not too long ago, and I forgot to
do this for her, and I.

Speaker 11 (23:27):
Was wondering if you could seeing Happy Birthday for her
about seven twelve.

Speaker 3 (23:32):
Maybe thanks, Well, we're a little ahead of that. He
went away till seven twelve.

Speaker 1 (23:42):
Derek. It's it's just a whole we have a big ship.
Maybe hopefully she's listening now, Carrie, this speed around here
we go.

Speaker 3 (23:49):
Carrie, have birthday to you, God, Birthday to you.

Speaker 1 (23:52):
Have a birthday, dear Jerry birthday.

Speaker 3 (23:57):
Do you Yeah, there you go. Hopefully that gets.

Speaker 7 (23:59):
It your Zami's pile of stories.

Speaker 4 (24:02):
Old school landline phones with the cord are the new
trendy thing for gen z Ors to own.

Speaker 3 (24:07):
So retro.

Speaker 4 (24:08):
Yeah, I mean, if you have any, in a way
you're not using anymore because not many people have a landline.

Speaker 5 (24:12):
You could maybe sell your cord, take.

Speaker 1 (24:15):
A picture on Instagram, posts it and do a hashtag
living my best old school life.

Speaker 4 (24:19):
Yeah, a lot of stuff from nineties and early two
thousands is really big right now in general, and that
includes flip phones, original iPod.

Speaker 1 (24:26):
Big though just to say you have, just to show
you have. It's not like people are using all the line.

Speaker 4 (24:30):
Well no, okay, so this one gen z Or she
was talking about how much fun it is to have
the corded phone, like she feels like she's, you know,
on Sex in the City because.

Speaker 5 (24:38):
They have phones, and I guess that's a retro show
to watch maybe, And then she said she has a
voice machine. That's what she called it, a voicemail machine.

Speaker 4 (24:46):
Right, she didn't know what to even call it, but
she said it's so fun. There's no caller ID and
it's like a surprise. She doesn't know who's calling her.

Speaker 3 (24:53):
It's fun for a second.

Speaker 1 (24:55):
It's like if someone were to give us a butter
churning bucket, we'd be like, this is fun to do
for a minute, like this is how they did it back,
We're not gonna turn all our.

Speaker 3 (25:03):
Butter that way.

Speaker 5 (25:04):
Like a lot of people are baking their own sourdough.

Speaker 1 (25:06):
Bread for like a minute. Yeah, and then they go
to the store. Yeah, it's like you go down to
the creek with your washboard. That's funny for an Instagram picture.
But you want to get one of those you know,
high uh loader top loaders. Yeah, front loaders are good too,
which I prefer the toploader.

Speaker 3 (25:22):
I like the front ones.

Speaker 4 (25:22):
I had a frontloader or a top loader, like growing
up then frontloaders were the thing.

Speaker 5 (25:27):
And then I lost those. BIN took those in the divorce,
I know.

Speaker 3 (25:32):
But I replaced washing hut the creek down with the washboard.

Speaker 4 (25:35):
Yeah, but I went I feel like I'm a vacent
time and I replaced it with a toploader and I
love it really.

Speaker 7 (25:39):
Yea, the frontloader brings up bad memories.

Speaker 3 (25:42):
Yeah, no, make it from you. They sneak a Mount
the middle of the night or did it was it?
Was it tough? Did you leave? So you weren't there
when it left?

Speaker 5 (25:50):
It was a joint decision.

Speaker 4 (25:51):
In fact, for a while I didn't have a washer
and driver, so I would go over to his house
and do Mount Audrey.

Speaker 7 (25:56):
Also very weird.

Speaker 5 (25:56):
All he wasn't there.

Speaker 1 (25:57):
But whenever all your stuff was getting shipped off after
the divorce, was it traumatic to hear he's a truck
backing up to take it all away? No?

Speaker 3 (26:06):
No, okay, all right next door?

Speaker 4 (26:07):
Okay, So there's a guy. His name is Taylor Swift,
and it's like his parents named him after Taylor Swift
because he's only five years younger than Taylor.

Speaker 5 (26:17):
So she wasn't even famous.

Speaker 3 (26:18):
Yeah, yeah, last they were just a big fan.

Speaker 1 (26:22):
Some people are like, no, I saw Coldplay in a
club as fars A's like, no, I saw this girl
five year old and I knew it.

Speaker 3 (26:26):
So wow, that's funny.

Speaker 4 (26:28):
And he said that he feels like it's helped him
more than it's hurt him. Of course, in high school
he got teased a lot, but he.

Speaker 5 (26:35):
Has a go to icebreaker.

Speaker 4 (26:37):
Whenever he introduces himself, he says, please feel free to
make jokes.

Speaker 5 (26:40):
I'll just shake it off later.

Speaker 3 (26:42):
And that's not just terrible.

Speaker 1 (26:44):
The icebreaker says, na's Taylor Swift. You're right, that's it,
and they're like, that's your real name. It is, there's
your Icebreaker.

Speaker 4 (26:50):
There is not a social situation or anywhere he goes
where it's not a total thing.

Speaker 5 (26:55):
Right when he says his name.

Speaker 1 (26:56):
It was weird in high school, one of my friends,
and it wasn't named after the artist, but I remember,
like eleventh grade, it was tough for him. His name
was Lady Gaga, and so we would stop everywhere we'd go.
What wasn't Lady Gaga.

Speaker 5 (27:09):
In high school? Lady Gogo would exactly.

Speaker 3 (27:12):
It's like Taylor was fine, okay.

Speaker 4 (27:13):
But now got I gotta got it okay. So Chris
Young says he's making T shirts with his mug shirt.

Speaker 3 (27:18):
Mugshot, Yeah, my shirt.

Speaker 1 (27:20):
I think she created something with just a speech impediment
that's now a good thing.

Speaker 3 (27:25):
A mug shirt.

Speaker 5 (27:25):
Yeah, he's making a mug shirt.

Speaker 4 (27:27):
So it's his mug shot from when he got in
trouble with the TABC. He's like, look, I didn't do
anything wrong, so now it's just funny.

Speaker 5 (27:34):
That I have a mug shot.

Speaker 4 (27:35):
And if you don't think I've already started making T
shirts for this, well come on, because I'm absolutely doing well.

Speaker 3 (27:41):
I don't think I haven't thought about it one time.
One time?

Speaker 4 (27:45):
Okay, Yeah, if you really didn't do anything wrong, but
then now you have a mugshot, that's fortunate.

Speaker 1 (27:50):
I think he was let off because he is high profile.
I don't think he did a bunch of crazy stuff wrong,
but you don't. You can't touch a cop. You can't
do that with a cop. So yes, do I think
he did something a little bit wrong?

Speaker 3 (28:01):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (28:01):
I think they probably handled it wrong too. Yeah, but
it would be cool to have a mugshot and then
not have.

Speaker 7 (28:05):
To go to Yeah, like, if you don't murder some
where's your mugshot online?

Speaker 3 (28:09):
Have you ever seen it?

Speaker 5 (28:10):
Yeah, let's make mug shirts.

Speaker 3 (28:12):
Yes, mug shirt.

Speaker 7 (28:13):
Gosh, i'll the shirts.

Speaker 3 (28:14):
I'm doing it.

Speaker 1 (28:15):
You have to we sell them for charity, does anyone Well,
you don't have a way to make them?

Speaker 9 (28:20):
Huh?

Speaker 1 (28:21):
Yeah?

Speaker 7 (28:21):
Shot forward, I'll just hit her up.

Speaker 5 (28:24):
Yeah, you make a donation somewhere.

Speaker 1 (28:26):
That's okay. That was little anyway go ahead. That had
the whole idea and he goes, yeah, yeah, mind it.
Every bit of that come from mugs shirt. Hey, lunchbocks,
do you have your deal? And then we have the
company because they didn't even think about it. No, And
I think we could just take the office a website
and do it with any mugshot because like Johnny Cash's mugshot,
you can make T shirts. Oh yeah, what they're Yeah,
they're free to use because they're public domain, all right.

Speaker 5 (28:47):
So whoever makes them first? Everybody, it's a race, Okay,
ad Amy, that's my pile.

Speaker 7 (28:53):
That was Amy's pile of stories.

Speaker 3 (28:56):
It's time for the good news, do.

Speaker 7 (29:02):
Youona Washington is a school bus driver in Durham, North Carolina.
She's got twenty eight students on board, chugging along, and
all of a sudden she sees smoke billowing out of
the front of the bus and she's like, oh, I've
trained for this, I've got twenty eight students on board.
I got to get him out of here.

Speaker 3 (29:23):
And she did.

Speaker 7 (29:24):
She pulled the bus over, had him out of the
emergency exit.

Speaker 3 (29:27):
Who as who as?

Speaker 7 (29:28):
It's like, it's hey, it's smoking smoking. A few minutes later,
it's fully in goal in flames and I mean when
I read this story, it takes me back to fifth
grade with your bus driver. No, when my bus driver,
oh arling, we were in front of Stephen de Peugh's house.
He was the last bus stop in the neighborhood. And
Stephen just got on the bus and klay Stan a

(29:51):
Land just got on the bus. They're built the same
bus stop, best friends, and smoke starts coming out of
the engine and we all jump out of the emergency
exit and we were delayed for like two hours with
that bus drivelaid.

Speaker 3 (30:02):
In the airport.

Speaker 1 (30:03):
No.

Speaker 7 (30:03):
No, like they had to send us a new bus.

Speaker 3 (30:05):
Got two hours?

Speaker 7 (30:06):
Two hours, dude, I mean, like get a car ride. Well,
there was all of us on the bus from the neighborhood,
so we just played in steven Yard the whole time.
Not just smoke came out, but this. But my bus
driver never got the satisfaction of having it tell me
something good about him. So here we are.

Speaker 1 (30:22):
But you also got one of us once and then
the bus driver we got in a fight with one
of your friends or something. Right.

Speaker 7 (30:26):
No, No, that was the end of seventh grade. It
was the last day of school and we had a
sub bus driver and they let us have a paper fight.
So we were having a paper.

Speaker 3 (30:37):
They let you, let us okay.

Speaker 7 (30:40):
And then finally when we got in the neighborhood, he
was like, all right, time to stop. He let us
do what We were on Mopack on the highway and
I'm getting off the bus and there's a piece of
paper on the step and I go to toss it,
and he tackled me against the fence because he thought
I was throwing it against Adam, and Luke the Juke
Whaley jumped on his back.

Speaker 3 (30:57):
The bus driver's back, yeah, the sub bus driver's back.

Speaker 7 (31:00):
And so he took Luke and I back to school.
Aaron Forrest, My boys did nothing. Man, Luke the Duke Whaley,
I didn't know that guy from Adam. He came under
my rescue.

Speaker 3 (31:09):
Boom. They still talking to Juke. All right, great story,
that's what it's all about. That was telling me something good.
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