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June 21, 2024 43 mins

Bobby shares the top 5 people he would love to do an interview with. Then, Eddie shares an update on how his life is going now that he's got hair and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Mom transmitting the.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
Alisca. I, guys, welcome to Friday Show, Morning Studio Morning.

Speaker 3 (00:14):
I got asked by a listener on TikTok, which I
just do a big old Q and A on TikTok
all the time, like what are the five dream interviews
if I could do them, that I would do? And
I made this list. And here's why I put Casey
by the way, when I say this, I want like
an hour like a Bobby cast, like my podcast I
do at my house, where you sit for an hour

and you just have time to like get in it,
go places that you probably wouldn't go on this show
because we got at times commercials after twelve minutes or
eighteen minutes. So all these are hour long Casey because
we haven't really interviewed her since early early on in
our show, like two thousand and fourteen, twenty fifteen, right

you mus screw Yeah, it's been a long time. So
I would go an hour, and we've had opportunities to
do radio stuff like quick pop by, but I would
want like an hour with Musgraves. That would be awesome.
Then I put Sting at number four. That don't be confused,
not Sting the singer Sting the wrestler the wrestler. Once

I ordered a Sting signed piece of memorabilia and got
the singer and I was like, wrong, Sting.

Speaker 2 (01:26):
I see how they can get confused, you know.

Speaker 3 (01:27):
I would put Sting the wrestler from WCW's and aw
now my favorite wrestler of all time. Wrestling was a
big part of my life in like the nineties or
the two thousands. I put Sting at four, Steve Martin
at three.

Speaker 2 (01:41):
Nice. And by the way, I don't do any of
these on the phone. I mean I would or zoom,
I would, but it doesn't count. I want them one
on one for an hour.

Speaker 3 (01:50):
Steve Martin at three I would say funniest man ever,
only because one I think he's hilarious. I've read his book,
Born Standing Up, probably more than any other book except
How to Make Friends and Influence People. But he was
the first I commedian to do stadiums and they didn't
even have really the technology, the sound, the video boards.

Speaker 2 (02:09):
Like he sold stadiums out doing stand up Born Standing Up.
That's genius. He's a stand up comic.

Speaker 4 (02:14):

Speaker 3 (02:15):
It was like a magician at Disney World. Disney and
like Steve Martin at three, Mark Grace at two, baseball player. Yeah,
and I didn't even really put these one through five,
but on my list here that I wrote down, I
have Mark Grace, who was the first basement in the
Chicago Cubs, who was my favorite all time baseball player,
who now does TV for the Arizona Diamondbacks, who I

can't get to respond to anything.

Speaker 2 (02:37):
I send them love letters, smoke signals. Well maybe I know.
I know once once.

Speaker 3 (02:42):
Though he sent me. I think he sent me. It
was either him or Sting. I forget because I wrote
about it in my book Bare Bones, and I wrote
about them, and they like signed their name over a
page I wrote about them and just mailed me the book.

Speaker 2 (02:57):
I didn't even mail in the book to begin with. Wow.
I don't know which one it was.

Speaker 1 (03:00):
It's like who showed them that and was like sign here.

Speaker 3 (03:02):
I know Mark Grace did an intro for me at
a charity event that I hosted like four or five
months ago, but.

Speaker 2 (03:08):
I didn't know him.

Speaker 1 (03:09):
Andy Rotic was like, hey, he got it right, Bobby Bones.

Speaker 2 (03:13):
He did well. I don't know how any takes it took,
but I don't want to talk to him.

Speaker 3 (03:16):
Chicago Cups, first Baseman, and then number one is David Letterman,
who has been my hero since I was able to
see people that didn't look like models on TV being
kind of goofy and irreverent, and I'm going, oh, man,
he could do that.

Speaker 2 (03:33):
I don't. I'm no beauty queen either. I could do that.
So David Letterman would be number one.

Speaker 3 (03:38):
And he loves music, right, I think everybody loves music
except lunchbox. Like in life, everybody loves some kind of music,
but I would say David Letterman is number one. David
Letterman now has the show on Netflix too, which some
people only know him as that.

Speaker 1 (03:53):

Speaker 5 (03:54):
My niece is living with me for the summer. She's
twenty one years old. And I walk in the living
room and I was like, oh, be watching. She's like, Oh,
it's this guy. He sits down with like some of
the most famous people ever. And this is an interview
he did with Billie Eilish and I look up and
I say, oh, David Letterman and it's his show that
he has on Netflix. And I said, you don't you

don't know who David Letterman is. She's like, no, I
have no idea. So then I tell her about all
the late night and I'm like, you know, start rattling
off other hosts and she doesn't know who anybody is.
She's like, I think I missed all that.

Speaker 2 (04:27):
It's like, okay, crazy, uh but that's like my kids
and Charles Barkley and like shock, they're like, oh, the
guy's on TV like they were some of the greatest
basketball players ever.

Speaker 6 (04:36):

Speaker 5 (04:37):
Yeah, they shouldn't know Johnny Carson.

Speaker 1 (04:39):
Or Jay Leno, but she did know the Jimmy's Jimmy Kimmel.

Speaker 2 (04:42):
And they're probably old. To her mail and all the
air get something we call Bobby's mail dig Yeah.

Speaker 3 (04:55):
Hello Bobby Bones. I've been in a long distance relationship
for a year. My boyfriend recently asked me to move
to a city I love them, want to be with them,
have a great job, though in a support system where
I currently live, moving would mean starting over in many ways.
Should I take the plunge and move for love or
is it too big of a risk? Does my boyfriend
asking me to move knowing what it will cost me

means he cares less about my concerns? Signed long distance lover? Okay,
So on a long distance relationship I've often made the
terrible analogy of it's like a hamburger. You have to have,
you know, the bun. It's the meeting, the beef, the love,
the whatever it is to keep you together on the
other side of the bun, which is how you're gonna
end up completing that hamburger. Are you gonna move to

the same place, are you gonna live in two different
You have to have some sort of end in sight,
and if you've been together for a year, it's probably
time to start figuring out how this relationship is going
to be whole or not whole at all.

Speaker 2 (05:53):

Speaker 3 (05:53):
I don't know the specifics on whose job won't let
them move, or why, or how important it is. However,
if this is something that you think you could, I
would say probably with the probability percentage of over eighty
four percent being this could be the person you marry.

Speaker 2 (06:09):
One of you needs to move, that could be you.
The things that you will regret.

Speaker 3 (06:14):
Most in life, and I'm not just saying this, the
things that you will regret most in life not making
bad decisions, but not making any decision, not trying something,
not putting yourself out there, not being vulnerable, not moving
you'll hate those more than you would if you move
and it doesn't work out, because then at least you know.

So I'm going to encourage you this support system that
you have, You're going to have two or three different
support systems as you get older. Some of them some
people will move in, some will move out. Sometimes you'll move.
The support system will be there for you, regardless that job.
You have to figure that out. But I'm going to say,
if you're even thinking about it, it means you probably
want to. Don't let a job and a support system

that will support you. That's why they're support system. Don't
let it hold you back from, you know, taking a
big risk you don't get. You don't have great wins
without great attempts, So go for it unless you decide
to do like a credit check and he's way in debt.

Speaker 2 (07:15):
Noah, that's a big one.

Speaker 3 (07:18):
But I say, what you will regret is not doing something,
not doing something and then doing it wrong.

Speaker 1 (07:24):
Which ultimately that's the that's the bigger risk is you.

Speaker 5 (07:27):
Risk later in life like ye, but what did I
miss out on because I wasn't willing.

Speaker 3 (07:31):
To take a long many deserves? I didn't eat and
I was like maybe I regret just not doing it.
But seriously, to everybody out there that's listening, you will
regret so many things that you didn't try more than
you did trying and doing it wrong. Because even if
you do it wrong, you learn something from it. Go
for it or make him move. But I don't know
those dynamics, job lies, but you need a plan to

like I'll get super practical here. You have to have
a plan.

Speaker 2 (07:56):
You've been together a year. Even if you don't move,
you need to figure out a plan for you too.
Whatever it is, all right, thank you. That's a mail.
By closing, we got your game mail and we ran
it on your hair.

Speaker 7 (08:06):
Now it's find the clothes Bobby mail dig.

Speaker 3 (08:09):
Damn that he has a hair system. Some people call
it a two pays, some people call it a wig.
It's not called a hair system system.

Speaker 2 (08:16):

Speaker 3 (08:17):
It does look good. Thank you man it and you
yesterday I was giving me a kind of a hard
time because you don't know how to fix it yet
because it looks like a weed.

Speaker 2 (08:24):
I thought it looked good.

Speaker 3 (08:26):
The hair looks good. But this is a great thing
about hair. You get to like do different stuff with
this style. It man because you have it just like
right across the front.

Speaker 1 (08:35):
No, no, it's on the side like smushed down.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
You just need a little bit of texture and that
not a cut, And how would you explain it?

Speaker 3 (08:44):
Just not as straight up a line across.

Speaker 5 (08:46):
The fix smushed down with a straight line like like
a like there's gel and sweat or something.

Speaker 4 (08:53):
And then it's like, oh, yeah, you just need a
little message, just need to be slightly messier. Yeah, So
tell me about your your new hair and what life
has been like. You've been bald for a long time
and you've already been wearing a hat or been bald.
What's it like having hair?

Speaker 2 (09:05):
It's different. I mean, it's a lot to get used to, man.
I mean I think the first thing that stands out
is that I have to set my alarm a little
earlier now because I have to fix my hair.

Speaker 3 (09:13):
Okay, forty five seconds, No, dude.

Speaker 2 (09:16):
This is it takes a little while to get this
thing going because, like she said, when she put this on,
I'm gonna have BedHead. I wake up and my hair's poop.
That's cool. And I look in the mirror like, who
is this guy? Welcome to the world, baby, You've arrived. Okay, yeah, yeah,
there's that you don't remember because the one time in
your life you had hair, it's not like you grew
a third arm. I'm gonna say when I graduated high
school's probably last time I had hair. Okay, Okay, also too,

a bad hair day is a real thing. Some days
it's just the humidity, it is wrong or whatever, and
the hair starts getting out of place, and you look
at it, you like, oh, gotta get my comb out
and fix that. So I didn't know that you really
ruin your day. What about hats now? Will you wear
hats at all? Yeah? I have to wear my hat
when I drive in the jeep because if I don't,
it's gonna like throw up.

Speaker 3 (09:59):
I saw an Instagram story of you're driving with you
your top down and your hair blowing.

Speaker 6 (10:02):
In the wind.

Speaker 2 (10:03):
Yeah that's cool. Yeah, I like that, oh while you're driving.
But then when I get there, it's like, whoa, man,
the hair really got up there. I got to fix it.

Speaker 5 (10:09):
I mean, it's real human hair. So I'm wondering if
the person who's hair that was like did they because
my hair is really curly.

Speaker 2 (10:15):
They have the phone.

Speaker 5 (10:18):
And so like, yeah, I've always been jealous of girls
who when they go outside and it's humid, their hair
doesn't impact them at all whatsoever.

Speaker 1 (10:25):
So dang, looks like you got some maybe curly hair.

Speaker 2 (10:27):
Yeah, yeah, And then he gets a little stranglers that
kind of hang out the poke out a little bit.

Speaker 3 (10:31):
Overall thoughts on having hair now for the first time
in your life.

Speaker 2 (10:37):
I mean overall, it's pretty cool, Like overall, this is
a life changer for me to even through ten. Ten,
meaning your life is fully changed.

Speaker 3 (10:46):
I'd say seven, that's pretty solid.

Speaker 2 (10:48):
I'd say seven.

Speaker 6 (10:50):
Has your wife come around?

Speaker 2 (10:51):
No, no, no, my wife still don't like anyone else's like,
my wife's the only one where like still yesterday she
looked at me and laughed like and that's like sometimes
I forget I have hair, like so I don't even know.
I was like, what are you laughing at? And she says,
I can't do it. I can't do it.

Speaker 3 (11:05):
My working theory, though, still is she can't like it
too much, because if she does, it's gonna make you.

Speaker 2 (11:13):
Go, well, well, if I don't wear I mean, we
met when I was a senior in high school.

Speaker 3 (11:18):
So she loves it so much, you're gonna be like mantis.
So does she think I'm ugly if I don't wear this.
I think she's playing it perfectly. And I know your
wife brilliant. She's brilliant, she's hilarious.

Speaker 5 (11:27):
Wit you don't think because also knowing his wife said,
it's just genuine and she loves him for exactly how.

Speaker 3 (11:34):
I think she's strategizing right now.

Speaker 2 (11:36):
Okay, she said that she misses my forehead because, like
she said that, this air covers half of my forehead
for most of my life.

Speaker 8 (11:43):
Dude, you have it styled like that. The cap starts
right there. I can't do anything else. This is what
it is.

Speaker 3 (11:53):
So I think you can do a little bit with
this down here on the corner.

Speaker 2 (11:56):
You can. Here's another thing too. It's starting to peel
a little bit. I've had to reglue it. There was
one the one night I was like turning around in
my bed and I kind of felt a little ship like,
oh no, it's gonna fall off a cap. Yeah, because
it's kind of a cap and with hair on it, it
doesn't look like you're wearing a hat anyway. I like it.
It's not even weird to me anymore. It's a little
weird still to me, But I think I think you

look ten years younger.

Speaker 3 (12:20):
I agree, yeah, you don't think ten I don't know.

Speaker 1 (12:25):
I feel weird now commenting about Eddie's.

Speaker 3 (12:27):
Hair, like the whole bit on the show. It's free
and open, yes.

Speaker 1 (12:30):
Free and open.

Speaker 5 (12:31):
But then now I'm just like I similar to his wife,
want him to feel good, no matter good.

Speaker 2 (12:36):
People do, Eddie, they want to feel I'm telling you
it looks awesome. It never changed.

Speaker 5 (12:40):
I feel like whenever I watched it back or listen
to it, like my reaction, I was like, that was
a I went a little too hard.

Speaker 3 (12:47):
Because then it made him feel ugly in the past.

Speaker 1 (12:49):
Yes, and that's not the case. Like you looked good before.

Speaker 2 (12:52):
Too, because you were really excited. Like hey, let's be honest,
you look fine before. Right now.

Speaker 3 (12:58):
You're a great person though, and that's all that matters.
But it does matter a little more.

Speaker 2 (13:03):
Your hair. That's good. I've heard it's great. You want
to keep it. I think you should keep it. I
don't know. I'm still I'm still on the fence. We'll see,
we'll see. I mean, I'm enjoying it that I have it.
I'm not like taking it, taking it for granted that
I have this. Dude, I'm going places. I'm wearing the
hair out and showing people that I have hair.

Speaker 3 (13:18):
If you walk around the mall, that's where those model
scouts find people.

Speaker 2 (13:20):
Oh yeah, just walk.

Speaker 3 (13:21):
Around the all and they'll be like, hey, you ever
talk about modeling. I got a feeling that's coming your way, buddy.
It's for the good news.

Speaker 2 (13:32):
Like Savior is six years old. He lives in Orlando,
and he was gonna graduate from kindergarten. But you know what,
his mom said, Oh, but I'm so sorry. Your cousin's
getting married in Puerto Rico, so we're gonna have to
miss your ceremony. He was bummed, but she said, you
know what, let me pack your cap and gown and
maybe when we go to Puerto Rico, we can like
do it over there.

Speaker 6 (13:51):

Speaker 2 (13:51):
They go to the airport, they're getting on the plane.
They're flying front of your airlines, and the mom's like, hey,
let's take a picture with the pilot, and the pilot goes, oh, look,
you're cute with your little cat gown. What happened? Oh
I missed my graduation ceremonies. So what if the airline
do they said, don't worry, we're gonna have one on
the plane. So thirty minutes before landing on the flight,
they played dun and they called them down the aisle

and the game is Diploma.

Speaker 3 (14:15):
That's super fun.

Speaker 2 (14:16):
A b. If I'm trying to take a nap, I'm
probably not a fan of it. But otherwise I love it.
But you're about to land anyway.

Speaker 5 (14:22):
I like that.

Speaker 3 (14:23):
I like that. That's super cool. They didn't have to
do that. That is what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (14:27):
That was telling me something good. The easiest trivia game
in the whole wide world is next easy Trivia. I'm
gonna ask you a question that I thought was too
hard for easy trivia but barely ooh, you guys can
just buzz in with your name. What's the largest oregon
inside the human body? Eddie? So skin is the biggest

period inside? Go you're in testin.

Speaker 6 (14:52):
Yep, large intestinar one of them?

Speaker 2 (14:54):
No, go ahead, and Dad Liver, Okay, did you just
because listen too close? I can't prove that you were
mimicking because that was so close. It was say a number,
say a number one, three hundred.

Speaker 1 (15:11):
Sometimes I'm delayed for I felt like.

Speaker 5 (15:14):
That, Oh you didn't just guess no, see, but see
you always say four, so that's why I said, pour
got it?

Speaker 1 (15:20):
Okay, I don't know. This is a little delayed, so.

Speaker 2 (15:23):
That was a little too hard. But the easiest trivia
game ever is coming up next. It's called easy Trivia.
Easy Trivia, the easiest trivia game ever. Amy.

Speaker 3 (15:34):
What artist is known as the king of country music?

Speaker 2 (15:37):

Speaker 3 (15:38):

Speaker 2 (15:38):
Correct, lunchbox. What country artist is famous for? Joe Lene?

Speaker 6 (15:44):
Uh, Dolly Parton? Correct?

Speaker 3 (15:47):
Eddie? What artist is known for I walk the line?
N correct?

Speaker 2 (15:51):

Speaker 3 (15:52):
What female artist is known for? Man, I feel like
a woman?

Speaker 6 (15:55):

Speaker 3 (15:56):
So that category would have been country music. And as
our listeners heard, it's so easy and play along, see
if you can beat the show.

Speaker 2 (16:03):
Amy is the champion. She's wearing the tiara. Let's see
if she can repeat his champion. The category is inventors.

Speaker 3 (16:10):
Okay, easy trivia, Amy, What company invented the iPhone? Correct, Lunchbox.
Who invented the telephone?

Speaker 6 (16:19):
Alexander Graham Bell?

Speaker 3 (16:21):
Good job, Eddie. What was the last name of the
brothers who invented the airplane?

Speaker 2 (16:25):

Speaker 3 (16:25):
Those are the right brothers. Good job Morgan. Who is
credited with inventing the light bulb.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
Mm yeah, Now if she misses this, you're gonna hear
a sounder. It means she got boned.

Speaker 3 (16:39):
Let's see what happens.

Speaker 2 (16:40):
Yeah, the light bulb. I knew all of those and
not this one. And I should shoot.

Speaker 3 (16:48):
Don't don't say anything.

Speaker 1 (16:51):
I'm not going to job one.

Speaker 2 (16:54):
D bells in my head. Now gets that's how that work?
You want to be Yeah, yeah, I've eliminated. Yeah, I
deserve that.

Speaker 1 (17:03):
Okay, Ed Thomas, thank you.

Speaker 3 (17:06):
Disney characters Amy, who is the Disney character known for
losing her.

Speaker 1 (17:11):
Glass slipper Cinderella?

Speaker 2 (17:13):
Correct lunchbox. What's the name of Simba's father in The
Lion King?

Speaker 6 (17:22):

Speaker 3 (17:22):
Man, Oh, it's hard. I've never seen The Lion King
and I knew it. I thought I didn't know this
was going to be hard. It's hard.

Speaker 2 (17:29):
No, okay, no, the.

Speaker 7 (17:30):
Only name that I mean Oh no, no, okay. His
father's name is Scars the bad One.

Speaker 3 (17:38):
Mufasa correct Eddie. What Disney character has a monkey friend
named Abu? That's a Latin correct. Good job. You move
on to the next round. The category is the two
thousands Amy, which reality TV show first aired in two
thousand features contestants living on a deserted island Survive correct?

Speaker 2 (18:01):
Whoa Lunchbox?

Speaker 3 (18:02):
Who won the first season of American Idol in two
thousand and two? Kelly Clarkson correct In the category of
the two thousands, Eddie, What was the name of the
hurricane that devastated New Orleans in two thousand and five?

Speaker 2 (18:15):
It's Katrina correct?

Speaker 3 (18:18):
Famous pop songs Amy, which song by Beyonce released in
two thousand and eight included the lyrics if you liked it,
then you should have put a ring on it.

Speaker 2 (18:28):
Mm hmm, I think I could sing it. If you
like it, then you should have put a ring on it.

Speaker 1 (18:36):
I know what it is. I'm trying to make sure
I know the title.

Speaker 6 (18:38):
Yeah, uh.

Speaker 1 (18:41):
Gosh, what is the single Ladies?

Speaker 6 (18:45):

Speaker 1 (18:46):
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (18:47):
I don't know Ladies, Ladies Bread put a ring on it?
The single Ladies is correct?

Speaker 2 (18:52):
Wow, that's Lunchbox who released the song shape of You
in twenty seventeen, I'm in Love with the shape of You?
Ed Sheer incorrect? Whoa Eddie?

Speaker 3 (19:02):
Carly ray Jepson released what Smash in twenty twelve?

Speaker 2 (19:08):
Yeah, thinking does it?

Speaker 6 (19:12):
Call me?

Speaker 2 (19:13):
Maybe? Call me? Maybe? Where is it that Friday one
call me maybe correct Rebecca Black is Friday? Hey, I
just met you. This is crazy. That is Carli Ray Jefson.
Good job.

Speaker 3 (19:28):
The next category easy trivia TGIF shows Amy, what's the
name of the oldest daughter in full House?

Speaker 5 (19:41):
We're just making sure it's DJ correct lunchbox.

Speaker 2 (19:47):
Frank Lambert was the dad on what TGIF show? What
what is it called? What is it called?

Speaker 3 (20:00):
Oh my god, it's in your head right now.

Speaker 6 (20:03):
It's m Frank Lambert.

Speaker 2 (20:06):
Is nothing's in his head? Oh my gosh, Like what
do you see?

Speaker 6 (20:12):
See that family?

Speaker 7 (20:13):
He's got brown hair, maybe it's kind of grayish.

Speaker 1 (20:19):

Speaker 7 (20:19):
I don't know, no, no, I see him.

Speaker 6 (20:22):
Oh my gosh, all in the family. I don't know
the name. That's what's.

Speaker 2 (20:33):
In his head. Eddie, Come on TV. What city is
Family Matters set in Chicago?

Speaker 3 (20:41):
Correct, Let's go to left. The category is science. Oh boy, Amy,
what's the freezing point of water in fahrenheit? I'm gonna
say that. You got the good question. Eddie got the

hard one. This is how it falls here. I don't
want people you're.

Speaker 2 (21:06):
Yelling at me.

Speaker 3 (21:06):
Eddie got the hard one. Eddie, what's the powerhouse of
the cell called.

Speaker 2 (21:12):
What I know? This the power of the two. You
definitely got the harder one. Yeah, what's a powerhouse?

Speaker 3 (21:17):
What's the power well? And I can't give a hint.
What's the powerhouse of the cell called?

Speaker 2 (21:23):
I mean, the only thing I can think of is
the nucleus, because that's the brain of the cell. Now,
the brain is the powerhouse. I don't know what a
powerhouse is. Oh, it was like Alabama powerhouse. You know
what I mean? What like Alabama football? The powerhouse of football? Okay,

so is the nucleus the Alabama of college football? Give
me nucleus.

Speaker 3 (21:50):
So if I say, if it's Mighty Mitoch, what I
missed that Michondria.

Speaker 2 (21:55):
Yeah, oh no.

Speaker 3 (21:57):
Yeah, you got the old s end of the stick
on those questions. That's how fall Sometimes.

Speaker 2 (22:00):
Amy is our winter Nights job. Amy's pile of stories.

Speaker 5 (22:06):
So the Surgeon General wants to put a warning label
on social media. There was a whole ride up in
the New York Times about it, and he says it's
time to require a warning label on social media platforms
because it's associated with significant mental health harms, especially for adolescents.
And so he feels like if every time you log
onto it. If parents and kids see it, they'll be reminded.

Oh yeah, this is quick warning. Because stuff like that's
effective on cigarettes. They've done the studies and even though
people still smoke, they are sometimes deterred because of the warning.

Speaker 3 (22:37):
I don't think it's the same cigarettes. You have to
actively physically be a certain age to even go to
the store.

Speaker 1 (22:45):
And pay for them.

Speaker 2 (22:46):
Yeah, I mean social they don't do that to Internet.
They need it to chat rooms highly addictive too. We
could put that one on there. Listen.

Speaker 3 (22:53):
I honest to god, I can take my phone and
throw it in a river and not even need it
for eight hours if I want it. I love my phone.
I love it if I could, and I never met
my wife, who knows. But I'm not addicted to my phone.
There have been times where I've had to give my
phone up for a week.

Speaker 2 (23:10):
This is what that says, exactly.

Speaker 8 (23:12):
I heard someone say that the other day, Denial.

Speaker 2 (23:19):
I for sure to take my phone, put it in
a passing car and let it drive on, and then
you'll buy another one and chase it and then chase
it whatever.

Speaker 1 (23:29):
It's fine, how long until you start you know, shaking? Never?

Speaker 3 (23:33):
I'm fine without my phone, I'm telling I can't even
say it. Okay, I get it, I get it. Okay,
what else?

Speaker 5 (23:41):
Cops in Minnesota are no longer allowed to ask do
you know why I pulled you over?

Speaker 1 (23:46):
And there are two main reasons for this.

Speaker 3 (23:49):
Oh that's funny, what if people? Because maybe people will
say stuff like just drop the store. Oh oh no,
you're out all right, get out of the car.

Speaker 2 (23:56):

Speaker 5 (23:56):
The state doesn't want people incriminating themselves by making spontaneous confessions.

Speaker 2 (24:03):
I thought you want them to do that. That's the
whole point I would say that.

Speaker 3 (24:06):
I figured it would be a group like a CLU
that would say something like, hey, we don't want people
confessing to stuff out of nowhere, like if they I mean, yeah,
you kind of do want that. But that's a great point.

Speaker 5 (24:18):
Well, it is criminal justice activists are definitely on board
with this. They want people to be mirandized.

Speaker 2 (24:26):
Which is your right.

Speaker 3 (24:26):
So if you have the right to be quiet and
shut up, or they'll take what you just said and
that's how they say, a.

Speaker 1 (24:31):
Court of logainst you stuff like that.

Speaker 5 (24:33):
So this is only in Minnesota, so in any other
states they can still say do you know why I
pulled you over.

Speaker 3 (24:39):
Okay, then we should eliminate parents from asking kids.

Speaker 2 (24:41):
Do you know what you did?

Speaker 3 (24:43):
No, we do, we should. We need to pass that
law too. You tell your kid what they did, so
your kid doesn't have to confess.

Speaker 2 (24:50):
Something they didn't do.

Speaker 1 (24:50):
Yeah, we don't have to mirandize our kids.

Speaker 3 (24:52):
That's right. No culture, the right to shut up? Yes,
all right, go ahead.

Speaker 5 (24:56):
Post Malone finally shared a release date for his country album.
It's exactly eight weeks away from today, August sixteenth.

Speaker 2 (25:05):
Thank you very much. I think that's it.

Speaker 1 (25:07):
I'm maybe that's my pile.

Speaker 2 (25:09):
That was Amy's pyle of stories. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 8 (25:13):
How much box?

Speaker 7 (25:18):
Virginia Hyslop is one hundred and five years old, has
two children, four grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren. But she
has one regret, never getting her master's degree from Stanford University.
She did all the work back in the forties, never
submitted a thesis because of Pearl Harbor, the bombing World

War two.

Speaker 6 (25:39):
So she married, her.

Speaker 7 (25:41):
Husband, started taking having a family, never went back. But
Stanford said, you know what, we no longer require a thesis,
so you have completed all requirements to receive your master's degree.

Speaker 2 (25:52):
Oh that's cool. I thought she was gonna write thesis.

Speaker 7 (25:54):
Nope, And so she donned the cap and gown and
she had a cane to walk up on sta age
and they gave her her master's degree.

Speaker 2 (26:02):
That's awesome. I mean, why didn't they do that back
after the war was over?

Speaker 3 (26:06):
They probably because she had to do a thesis.

Speaker 2 (26:08):
Back then they changed the require you.

Speaker 3 (26:11):
Know, I'm sure that's not on the top of it
somebody's desk. And then they're like this, but it reminds me.
And again, this doesn't end wonderfully yet, but it's setting
itself up for quite the story. There was this guy
that I knew who had had gone to college and
mostly graduated and h just three hours away and he

took a job on the radio show and podcast and
it did pretty good for himself and still three hours away,
and everyone was like, you should go back and get
your degree. Your kids will think a lot of you, maybe,
And he was like, I don't need a degree. He says,
degrees are stupid, and then he still doesn't have it
in that person's lunchbox and he's this one class.

Speaker 2 (26:50):
He can be her or when he's old. The University
of San Antonia, whatever, the University.

Speaker 6 (26:54):
Of Texas finished.

Speaker 3 (26:56):
What are they going to say, we don't now require
you to finish to.

Speaker 2 (26:58):
Get your degree.

Speaker 6 (26:59):
They made change require is maybe you need less hours.

Speaker 2 (27:01):
Get out on that.

Speaker 3 (27:02):
You should just take the one classic get your degree.

Speaker 6 (27:05):
Man, when would I have time to study?

Speaker 2 (27:07):
You take three hour naps every day?

Speaker 6 (27:08):

Speaker 2 (27:10):
Time exactly.

Speaker 3 (27:11):
All right, there you go, that's what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (27:13):
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 3 (27:16):
This is allan from southern Oregon.

Speaker 7 (27:19):
Why is it so hard to lie to an X
ray technician because they see right through you?

Speaker 2 (27:24):

Speaker 6 (27:24):
Long time listener, first time caller.

Speaker 2 (27:26):
I love you guys. This show is awesome. I start
every day with you, guys, and I appreciate you. Thanks buddy.

Speaker 3 (27:31):
Here's another one, Hey, guys, retired law enforcement. Here, Lunchbox
got a ticket for the wrong way on the street.

Speaker 6 (27:37):
I'm guessing that someone might have called. I'm sure it's
the neighbor that's not too.

Speaker 2 (27:41):
Happy with him, and it's just using bath to give
Lunchbox a little pickle.

Speaker 3 (27:45):
Ooh, a neighbor that you know has you in the crosshairs.

Speaker 6 (27:49):
I don't think so. Because a neighbor across the street.
Also got a ticket for parking.

Speaker 7 (27:53):
The wrong way, and she's like, I've been barking this
way for fifteen years.

Speaker 2 (27:57):
You're gonna represent her in court? Two? Oh, maybe I
could do a class action lawsuits.

Speaker 6 (28:04):
I like that.

Speaker 3 (28:05):
What's the thoughts as of today?

Speaker 6 (28:08):
I still want to go to court.

Speaker 3 (28:09):
Man Lunchbox got to take it for facing the wrong
way in front of his house on his street.

Speaker 7 (28:14):
Yeah, and all the listeners are like, you idiot, you
had to park that way.

Speaker 6 (28:17):
You're so stupid.

Speaker 9 (28:18):
I didn't know you.

Speaker 6 (28:19):
I didn't realize they care.

Speaker 2 (28:21):
Every single one.

Speaker 7 (28:22):
Wow, you guys, like I can't believe that's really a
law in the neighborhood.

Speaker 6 (28:27):
Like, who cares in the neighborhood.

Speaker 3 (28:29):
I'm sure there's a reason as to why, like pulling
out against traffic, you hit somebody. I don't know what,
but I'm sure there's a reason for the law.

Speaker 2 (28:35):
But let us know.

Speaker 3 (28:35):
Whenever you decide what you're going to do, I will
morning corny time, let's go.

Speaker 6 (28:42):
The mourning corny.

Speaker 1 (28:44):
What do you call a Spanish pig?

Speaker 2 (28:46):
Oh it feels risky. Come on, go ahead, poor k
That was the mourning corny, My limited Spanish pork means
why why?

Speaker 3 (29:00):
Yeah, yeah, I got real good going. You don't say
bonjour morning, good morning France? Uh bus wall Oh we
do you see we we we? Uh yeah, I see
I seem to see us.

Speaker 2 (29:16):
They just kind of underneath their thing.

Speaker 3 (29:20):
No, no, no, what is that?

Speaker 5 (29:22):

Speaker 2 (29:22):
What is it?

Speaker 3 (29:23):
They kick you out of France for that you would
not be welcoming from.

Speaker 1 (29:25):
Well, no, I mean my children came here speaking.

Speaker 2 (29:27):
Trust me, that's creole. Did you learn any bad words
in French? Because you know, like when people they learned Spanish, like, oh,
give me a bad word, Yeah, soccer, soccer, that's a
bad word. Fun fact. Then give you a little teasers.

Speaker 3 (29:44):
Number one, get this Kmart man, I just go to
Kmar all the time. Yeah, Walmart was first by far,
but there was also a kmart where for some reason,
parking was bad at Walmart. They get a super fool
you're going down to kmart. But back in the day
there were twenty five hundred k Mart stores. Now there
are six. There are three in the US Virgin.

Speaker 2 (30:03):
Islands and one in Kendall Lakes, Florida, Long Island, New
York and Guam. That's wild six. I've seen the one
in Florida really because I mean it's so rare. That's
pretty cool. That's pretty cool. I get this.

Speaker 3 (30:16):
Krypt Nite was invented by the people behind the Superman
radio show in nineteen forty three so Superman could just
groan in pain for a few episodes and the voice
actor could finally take a vacation. So they invented Kryptonite
as the thing that killed him, just so he could
go on vacation and the people could be like.

Speaker 2 (30:30):
Oh, that weren't him. That's funny. And then finally, square
dancing is the official dance in twenty four states.

Speaker 6 (30:38):

Speaker 3 (30:41):
Yeah, mostly because no one's updated. They're dancing oficial states,
but square dancing.

Speaker 2 (30:44):
Here's one more.

Speaker 3 (30:44):
Golf balls have an average of three hundred and thirty
six dimples. But there is not a set number on
a golf ball ever. They have anywhere between three hundred
and five hundred.

Speaker 9 (30:51):

Speaker 2 (30:53):
But there's no set number.

Speaker 1 (30:54):
Golf The dimples are just different sizes.

Speaker 2 (30:57):
Yeah, yeah, they make them. It's fun to talk about
those fun fact for we all have our own. It's
coming up next around the room with the most fun
fact that you can find. I'll go first.

Speaker 3 (31:07):
Fun Fact Friday Wendy serves square patties. Everyone's familiar, right, Yes?
Do you know why they serve square patties? Because I
did not. I thought maybe it was a packaging thing,
or it was just to be different, That's what I thought.

Speaker 2 (31:24):
Anybody know why.

Speaker 3 (31:25):
Wendy's started doing square patties?

Speaker 6 (31:29):
No, to be different?

Speaker 2 (31:30):
Yeah, I thought that too, and I was wrong. Who
knew that?

Speaker 3 (31:32):
To show their company doesn't cut corners?

Speaker 2 (31:35):
Oh clever, Come on, tell me that we don't cut
corner corners. How about let me give you another one. Sardines?
Anyone ever caught a sardine? Like fishing?

Speaker 6 (31:47):
Or like?

Speaker 3 (31:48):
Sardines are not a species of fish?

Speaker 2 (31:52):
What do you mean? What? There are at least twenty
two different types of fish that are used to make sardines.
So when you buy the can there all different kinds
of fish.

Speaker 3 (32:01):
Sounds to me like they're just smushing up a bunch
of fish I didn't want to use anywhere else.

Speaker 1 (32:04):
It's like it's like a hot dog.

Speaker 2 (32:05):
Do you guys like sardines?

Speaker 6 (32:07):

Speaker 3 (32:08):
But I think that I was soured on them before
I even knew what it was, because they were like
in jokes, always like, oh you like sardines on your pizza,
like old like nineties TV shows. So I think my
brain was like, you won't like them regardless. But they're
pretty salty, right, Like it's just.

Speaker 2 (32:23):
A little whole fish, man, I mean it's the whole thing.
You just put it on a cracker or in your mouth.
That's not a real fish. No, I think they're just
saying they're different kinds of fish, not a sardine fish. Oh.

Speaker 3 (32:34):
I thought they were like taking like little part, like
just like hot dogs.

Speaker 2 (32:37):
Now, man, that's that's just saying.

Speaker 3 (32:40):
I think you interpreted it correctly, Eddie. There are twenty
two different types of fishes they take, and they can say.

Speaker 2 (32:44):
This is a sardine. Oh amy, fun fact.

Speaker 6 (32:47):
Go ahead.

Speaker 5 (32:48):
So NASA had to rename the sizes of the apparatus
that they used for male astronauts to urinate in. Uh,
there's there was a small, medium, large.

Speaker 2 (32:58):
Oh wow, No you don't want that. I'll take the small. No,
you're going up to space, you stay large so you
don't embarrass you have anything bigger. What's the biggest size
you got? You got the magm.

Speaker 5 (33:07):
So the original sizes were small, medium, large, Then no,
no one wanted to pick their actual size, so they
changed the sizes to large, gigantic and.

Speaker 1 (33:18):
She but at least, yeah, you know that's dude.

Speaker 2 (33:24):
Dudes are stupid, I know. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3 (33:27):
Why we let dudes control astronauts, all right? Next up, lunchboks.

Speaker 7 (33:32):
The world's oldest divorces were a ninety nine year old
man and his ninety six year old wife, who separated
in twenty eleven after more than seventy five years of
marriage because the ninety nine year old man found love
letters she had written to a supret lover back in
the forties.

Speaker 1 (33:49):
In the forties.

Speaker 2 (33:51):
Oh, man, in the forties.

Speaker 3 (33:54):
You can't even blame like a I no, no, no,
no love letters.

Speaker 2 (33:58):
After being together that longsventy five years?

Speaker 6 (34:01):
Ninety nine, he said, I'm out.

Speaker 2 (34:03):
Man, that far man. Why you just gonna let it go?
Does it hurt you that much?

Speaker 5 (34:07):
I mean, I'm trying to do the math with they
together in the forties or was he obviously?

Speaker 6 (34:11):
Yeah, seventy five years.

Speaker 1 (34:13):
Well, some people get upset about things you wrote before.

Speaker 2 (34:16):
Okay, you can't do that. That sucks.

Speaker 3 (34:20):
Like imagine her, she's tried, forgotten about it, She's forgotten everything.
Oh yeah, why would she keep the letters, okay, Eddie.

Speaker 2 (34:26):
The average adult spends more time on the toilet than exercising,
so on average, an adult will spend over three hours
on the toilet per week, but only half an hour exercising.
Come on, guys, we can do better than that. Wesch
Park toilet rerecord the exercises, Morgan.

Speaker 1 (34:43):
The Matrix code.

Speaker 2 (34:44):
Has everybody seen the Matrix movies?

Speaker 3 (34:45):
Yeah, the little green numbers that come down, that.

Speaker 1 (34:47):
Comes down, it's actually sushi recipes.

Speaker 5 (34:49):
So they like created it just to show.

Speaker 7 (34:52):
A complex code, but it's actually sixty sushi.

Speaker 3 (34:55):

Speaker 7 (34:55):
I can't say sushi sushi recipes.

Speaker 3 (34:57):
You can't, And that's fun it's funny. You can't say that.

Speaker 2 (35:00):
Lamborghini originally made tractors and air conditioners before they got
into cars, So if you had a Lambo air conditioner,
you'd be like, I got a Lambo or a Lamborghini
tractor that goes really slow?

Speaker 3 (35:11):
Is that baby, I got a Lambou at the house
she gets there, check it out. There's only one person
who ever played in the World Series of Baseball, Amy
and the Masters Golf did. Both played in the World
Series and competed in the Master's Golf it wasn't been
a long time ago. Sammy Bird played with the Yankees.
They won the World Series in nineteen thirty two. Then

he quit to play golf. Then he won eleven tournaments
to finish third in the Masters in nineteen forty one.

Speaker 2 (35:37):
Dang Sammy. Also he was the guy that old Lady
wrote to who got her divorced from my husband.

Speaker 3 (35:42):
Dear Sammy.

Speaker 2 (35:43):
I watched it on the VIC Troll fun.

Speaker 3 (35:49):
A reminder. Amy has her own show. It's called Four
Things with Amy Brown. They get deep into the weeds,
they do therapy stuff, they do crying, they do I
don't know.

Speaker 2 (35:58):
I think you'll like it. It's not always like that,
so so emotional, but it's really good. And for those
of you guys that haven't checked it out, I just
want to play a clip and maybe it makes you
go and subscribe to Amy's podcast called Four Things with
Amy Brown.

Speaker 5 (36:11):
Because something that is launching today as you're listening to this,
Our Patriotic Pimp and Joy line went up today and
this is something we've been doing for years. This fall,
ten years ago, my mom, Adeline's Marmie, her grandma, passed
away from cancer and Pimp and Joy was born, and
it was born because of Marmee's journey and her ability

to spread joy while she was at Imdy Anderson undergoing
chemo radiation. All the things and the joy did not
come from her. Joy came from the Lord, and her
mantra was Neomiah eight ten. That was a difficult season
for us, for sure, but it's so bittersweet now to
have these launches where we put out hats and shirts

where one hundred percent of the proceeds go back to
whatever the cause is. And every summer the Bobby Bone
Show and the Shop Forward we partner with building homes
for heroes and build a veteran a home, an eighty
A certified home. So those shirts went up today. We
called the veteran he's on the Bobby Bone Show, and
the veteran had no idea he had been selected. So
it's really special and fun to see that this movement

started with Mom's decision to spread joy during a very
difficult time and to choose.

Speaker 1 (37:25):
Joy for herself.

Speaker 5 (37:27):
Mostly it wasn't always like we acknowledged the hard times,
for sure, but Adeline and I were talking about bittersweet
moments in life. Marmei's definitely a bittersweet moment for you. You
were eleven when she passed away.

Speaker 9 (37:41):
The first hard thing that I had ever really gone
through in life.

Speaker 5 (37:44):
And then now here you are living with me in
Nashville helping launch the new Patriotic Line. We did a
fun reel together that went up. Adeline did the creative
work on it. She put together the reel And so
for you, when you're looking at that, I don't know
if you're like, oh, this is so neat, sort of
a complete moment. You're grown up, You're doing an internship

and still working on a project that has to do
with your Marmie.

Speaker 1 (38:08):
Yeah, it's crazy.

Speaker 5 (38:09):
Listeners are a crucial part of the give back component
of this. All proceeds go to the cause, but without listeners,
we don't have donations to make. You can spread joy
to others and it doesn't cost you a dime. A
lot of the joy that my mom was spreading at
the hospital, she would talk to people in the waiting
room that didn't have family members there with her. One

thing about Mom is she never attended any appointment alone.

Speaker 1 (38:35):

Speaker 5 (38:36):
There was always so I did not know that there
was always somebody that went with her, including dad. My
dad your papa and they were divorced, but he was
part of her team, Like she had to drive from
Austin to Houston and he was her escort at times.

Speaker 1 (38:53):
And so that was a cool, full circle moment. You know,
that's bittersweet.

Speaker 5 (38:57):
Cecie and I your mom, we had to go through
than getting divorced and not having a relationship at all,
to then when she's on her deathbed, dad finally apologizing
for some stuff that she had forgiven him four years ago.
But she waited for him for a very long time
to come back and he never did, and that was

her choice, and I think she probably regrets that. I
wish he would have moved on and dated and done
her own thing. And then when he got divorced from
his fourth wife, you know, Papa was trying to come
back and date Marmie when she had cancer.

Speaker 1 (39:31):
Yes, okay, yeah, and she.

Speaker 5 (39:32):
Was like, I'm a little busy now, But really it
wasn't that she was just busy with the cancer. She
knew in her heart like, oh yeah, I would have
taken you back. But also now at this point in
my life, I have forgiven you, and if I'm going
to date somebody, I want to be with someone that
can acknowledge when they've hurt somebody and say they're sorry.

Speaker 1 (39:52):
And he had not done that yet. And when Marmie was.

Speaker 5 (39:55):
On hospice, he went up to her and he was
brushing her hair and Christy and I got to witness it.

Speaker 1 (40:02):
I keep using different names.

Speaker 5 (40:03):
I keep saying your mom, Christy CC, that's all the
same person, and Marmie and Mom all the same person.
Paw Paul is my dad, Adeline's grandpa, so also.

Speaker 1 (40:13):
Known as Harvey.

Speaker 5 (40:14):
I don't know, there's so many names, can't boit no,
So we got to witness that. That's a bittersweet moment,
like it sucked. We were sitting there watching our mother die,
but we're seeing our dad finally say I'm sorry. I
messed up. That wasn't fair to you. Will you forgive me?

That's an example of something that's bittersweet, and so yeah,
on a Pimp and Joy launch.

Speaker 1 (40:43):
Date, it's bittersweet. Do I wish my mom was here? Absolutely?

Speaker 5 (40:47):
Is it cool to see all the good that has
come from Pimp and Joy and that Pimp and Joy
wouldn't exist without her cancer journey and then ultimately her
passing away. She never even saw any merch, Like the
two weeks before we launched the.

Speaker 1 (41:04):
Hat, she passed away. She got to see the prototype.
Yeah yeah, she.

Speaker 5 (41:08):
Only saw it like with the patch, like stuck on
with tape.

Speaker 1 (41:11):
It wasn't even done, but she needed ourselves.

Speaker 5 (41:14):
We did get to see it, and the Shop Forward
has been an amazing partner on that and the Bobby
Bone show. Listeners just blow us away every time, like
it's just really really cool. And this line that launched today,
Bobby's wife Caitlin designed it.

Speaker 1 (41:28):
It's so cute.

Speaker 5 (41:29):
You have to go look at it, Go look at
the reel that Adeline Health with at Radio Ame is
my Instagram handle and you can hit up Bobbybones dot
com or Theshopfward dot com. But it's such a it's
a bittersweet day. These these launch days are bittersweet for us.
I have on the It's American shirt right now that
says it on the front and on the back it's
a statue of Liberty with pimp and joy. The material

is so great, Like I love the hoodie option. There's
a beautiful burgundy sweatshirt color.

Speaker 1 (41:58):
It's like maroon.

Speaker 5 (41:59):
Maybe I love it because as I'm an Aggie beautiful.
I liked the alliteration of beautiful burgundy, but go check
it out the burgundy hat too, with the red pimp
and Joy.

Speaker 1 (42:11):
It's so cute.

Speaker 9 (42:12):
I just want to wrap up the whole with the
pimp and Joy launch and talking about dreams and bittersweet
and the research paper I did. I think it'd be
good to read my short little conclusion paragraph because it
sums up everything we've talked about. Yeah, and pemp and Joy,
But I just wrote. My grandma passed away one morning,
just hours after I kissed her on the cheek before
getting dropped off at school. I remember her so delicately

whispering I love you in my ear, struggling to say
it loud enough for me to even understand. My grandmother
is the reason that I want to live a life
where I fall on my dreams, where I stay in
touch with friends, and I remember to never let work
take control. The thing is, I would have never guessed
that she had regrets nearing the end of her life.

Speaker 2 (42:51):
I was just.

Speaker 1 (42:51):
Eleven and thought that she hung the moon.

Speaker 9 (42:53):
While she may have left with regrets, I live in
her legacy to love the way she did and to
write a story that is worth telling generations down the
line line, as she has done with Pimp and Joy.
And that is exactly what she has done through the
story that she lived and now through Pimp and Joy,
and even with regrets that she did have, she still
has left a legacy that we all get to follow.

Speaker 2 (43:15):
And that is the end of the first half of
the podcast.

Speaker 3 (43:18):
That is the end of the first half of the podcast.

Speaker 2 (43:21):
That is the end of the first half of the podcast.
You can go to podcast too, or you can wait
till podcasts two comes out.

Speaker 3 (43:28):
Thank you all This is me letting you know because
of all the messages that this is the end of
the first half of the podcast.

Speaker 2 (43:35):
Thank you all right, This is the end of the
first half of the podcast.
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Let’s Be Clear… a new podcast from Shannen Doherty. The actress will open up like never before in a live memoir. She will cover everything from her TV and film credits, to her Stage IV cancer battle, friendships, divorces and more. She will share her own personal stories, how she manages the lows all while celebrating the highs, and her hopes and dreams for the future. As Shannen says, it doesn’t matter how many times you fall, it’s about how you get back up. So, LET’S BE CLEAR… this is the truth and nothing but. Join Shannen Doherty each week. Let’s Be Clear, an iHeartRadio podcast.

The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

He’s a former Secret Service Agent, former NYPD officer, and New York Times best-selling author. Join Dan Bongino each weekday as he tackles the hottest political issues, debunking both liberal and Republican establishment rhetoric.

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