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May 10, 2024 33 mins

Bobby starts talking about a guy who made money live streaming his body modifications, the Biebers are pregnant and a fortune cookie predicts New Jersey man's lottery prize.  A woman was caught living in a store sign and we debate whether or not she has squatter’s rights. A caller inquires about Raymundo’s truck that Chase Matthew is working on. We then get into a debate on how much the parents on the show miss their kids when they are out of town.

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
It's time for the Bobby Bones post show. Here's your host,
Bobby Bones. So there's this guy who does all these
body modifications. You ever see them. They look really weird.
They almost look like a monster.

Speaker 2 (00:18):
Oh like you know if they change their tongue or
their ears.

Speaker 1 (00:22):
Or they get like the whole face tattooed. I seen
the guy of the horns. Dude, he popped up in
my my TikTok's like feed he's scary you. I thought
it was Bebop like I realized Bebop from Bebop and
rock Steady from Ninja Turtles. Thought I had a mask on,
but it was his skin. That's crazy and so not
the same dude. But this dude who is like the
leader of this body modifications group. He did a pay

per view, charged people to watch it, made three hundred
and seventy five thousand dollars from it, did it on
this website, and it had it was like penis removal,
what freezing of limbs?

Speaker 2 (00:57):
What? Wait? People watch this.

Speaker 1 (01:01):
Three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars worth? Is that
worth the money? Though? I think get the room other people.
But he's like leader of other people who are doing
it too right. He's now been jailed for twenty two years.
Why his name is Marius, He's forty six. He carried
out thirty of these procedures on men. They had their

bodies mangled while others watched the eunuch maker. What is happening?
So's the group, which included a nurse, had twenty two
thousand paying subscribers.

Speaker 2 (01:35):
This sounds like an episode of Saw.

Speaker 1 (01:36):
Holy crap? Is that what they do in Saul?

Speaker 2 (01:39):
It just sounds like one of the storylines that could
happen after I watched ten of them.

Speaker 1 (01:43):
But what did they saw? There was like a way out?

Speaker 2 (01:46):
Well, I don't know, it would be like I don't know,
I'm just picturing like this could be part of the
premise of like, you're now part of this group and
I'm going to remove your penis unless you like decide
if you're going to save the life of your daughter
or the mailman mom. I take the Well, there's always
something weird. If you save your daughter, then something else
bad happens, you know, like there's always some weird puzzle.

Speaker 1 (02:08):
This is real life, though, Yes.

Speaker 3 (02:10):
Stories are what makes me like believe anything, because like
when people say, like crazy I'm like, oh, nobody does that.

Speaker 1 (02:15):
No, somebody does that ring leader of extreme body modifications
cult who made three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars
from his pay per view. That was called the unich Maker, which,
by the way, Eunick is somebody who had it cut off,
cuts the unit off, not unit Maker, but Unick.

Speaker 2 (02:30):
So through the cult he brainwashed people to make them
think they didn't need their what the story says, penis anymore.

Speaker 1 (02:36):
There were castrations, penis removal, and freezing of limbs. No
one for twenty two years. No one can convince me
of that. Have you met, though, Uni Maker, because I
don't know, apparently has some pretty good mind control. I
come out of being like, okay, I don't need it.

Speaker 2 (02:50):
If you're vulnerable enough.

Speaker 1 (02:52):
Holy wow, Hayley Bieber's pregnant. It was now yesterday expecting
the whole news came out. It was like, and she's
having justice baby. Well yeah, we felt that, ye who
else we figured that was the case. I think the
headline wul only need it if it wasn't Justin's baby,
but Hailey Bieber's pregnant. They were in a grassy field

and she caressed her growing bump. There you go.

Speaker 2 (03:15):
All that sounds age six.

Speaker 1 (03:17):
Like, keep her away from the Unich maker.

Speaker 2 (03:20):
Well, he's not going to impregnate her, no penis.

Speaker 1 (03:24):
Fortune cookie predicts a New Jersey man's lottery prize. That's awesome,
but imagine all the fortune cookies that people bought lottery
tickets from the It didn't right. A New Jersey man said,
a fortune cookie predicted his lottery prize. He's gonna get
a thousand bucks a week for life. May he's doing
the math. Well that's fifty two thousand bucks a year. Yeah,
I got it life, you're doing the math. I saw

the wheels turn.

Speaker 2 (03:45):
Yeah, because I'm trying to think, did he have another option?

Speaker 1 (03:48):
That's I think that's it. I don't think cool. It's
a lump. Oh you're only mildly impressed.

Speaker 2 (03:53):
Well, no, that's amazing. I just been thinking, like sometimes
I'm pro take the lump some because you never know
what's going to happen.

Speaker 1 (03:59):
You could sell this because there are companies that will
buy your future winnings. If it's stretched out, you'll get
much lesser, but you'll get a lump. You'll get a lump.

Speaker 3 (04:11):
I love I love at that have you guys seen
the movie lottery Ticket.

Speaker 1 (04:16):
I don't know what it is with a Little bow Wow.
It just popped up. I don't know.

Speaker 3 (04:21):
It was like Randy was on TV and I watched
about an hour and a half of it and it's
pretty good.

Speaker 2 (04:26):
Man, so like pretty much the whole thing.

Speaker 1 (04:28):
No, it's all pop up to it. But I watch
the Union Maker in Sead No Little bow Wow, like
wins the lottery, but the office isn't open till Monday,
and he wins it on a Friday, so he's got
a hold onto it for like a whole weekend and
like all this stuff happens and he might he may
or may not catch it. What would you do, Lunchbox
if you won the lottery on a Thursday but Friday
was a holiday, and then Saturday Sunday we're both weekend days.

Speaker 4 (04:51):
Like, I'd probably lock my house and just stay inside,
stayble to my body.

Speaker 1 (04:55):
That's not what little bow we have to stay bleof
your body. You can literally put it in a safe
and just watch a safe.

Speaker 5 (04:59):
I don't I was safe.

Speaker 1 (05:00):
You go get one.

Speaker 5 (05:02):
That means I'd have to leave my house while your
wife can pick you up.

Speaker 1 (05:04):
One you could.

Speaker 2 (05:06):
Deliver it.

Speaker 1 (05:08):
Yeah, make sure you can have it delivered, or you
can just sit with it, watch it.

Speaker 5 (05:13):
Put in the book, no, because what if you forget
what page?

Speaker 1 (05:17):
And then we'll see in the movie.

Speaker 3 (05:18):
He said, like, I'm not going to tell anyone when
like everyone found out.

Speaker 1 (05:21):
But how they find out? He tell one person, one person.
That's how it works.

Speaker 2 (05:24):
I don't think attaching it to your person is a
bad idea.

Speaker 1 (05:27):
Well, the maker would do that. He would staple it
to somebody's body.

Speaker 2 (05:30):
I mean, but you could maybe put it in a
baggie and tape it to your stomach or something. Staple
tape it. No staples. I'm just saying, put it in
a baggie.

Speaker 1 (05:40):
So I would just put I would just lay it under,
put it under in a book, and then put the
book up there and just watch the shelf.

Speaker 2 (05:49):
I guess I think, check it, make sure we have
fashion tape. It sticks to our skin when contrary.

Speaker 1 (05:56):
But then he's got to leave the house to go
get it. That was his point. But I'm a woman
found living inside a supermarket sign. When contractors were working
at the Family Fair grocery store in Midland, they unexpectedly
found a woman thirty four living inside the rooftop sign.
Contractors discovered an extension court on the roof and traced
it all the way up into the place into the sign.

They were like, somebody's living in there, and so they
went in. She had been nicknamed the rooftop Ninja. She
lived inside the store signed for about a year. She
had a mini desk, flooring, a pantry of food, a
house plant. Wow, like she was doing it up. Officers
told the woman she needed to find somewhere else to live.
She's squatting. Make her leave.

Speaker 3 (06:38):
Victmy right if other people can squat in real house.

Speaker 1 (06:42):
I'm now fighting for a squatter in a sign that's
from our midland. But if you own the sign, when
did these letters live there? Like, I don't think so,
you wouldn't, I don't think so. What's it hurting.

Speaker 2 (06:55):

Speaker 1 (06:56):
And Plus the news is out she lives in the signs.
People now know she lives in there. It's a new story,
all attention. People are gonna be coming all the night.
I mean, I don't know how close this it's a sign,
has any access to get inside the store.

Speaker 2 (07:07):
And if she starts cooking in your house sign, and
then there's a.

Speaker 1 (07:09):
Lot of factors. She entered the cords. Here's a house party,
So exactly can you play show up?

Speaker 2 (07:18):
I need to understand what this sign looks like.

Speaker 1 (07:20):
The Unich maker drops buy. A cello worth about twenty
oh two hundred and fifty thousand dollars was stolen from
a home over the weekend in Seattle. The stolen instrument
is an eighteen ninety Enrico Marchetti cello. Of course, is
that the kind of your no idea? But they blue
and black carbon fiber case. Officers were called to a

Seattle home for reports of a burglary. The homeowners found
the home to be broken into, with the door open
and the window shattered. Police said the cello. Somebody must
have known about the cello, because you don't really break
into a house and go I'll take that. Okay, what
can we get jewelry? Watches? No cham, I'm going for
the cello over there, Police said. The cello was seen
on Saturday. So a cello. It's like a violin, but

it's bigger, right, It's like yo, ma, like the almost
like a stand up bass, yes, but you sit down
to play it. It's like a sit down base with
a fiddle. Yes, that's it. The musical equipment is estimated
to be worth about two hundred feet. It's a fiddle,
fiddle string that's tall fiddle. Yeah, it's like if you
if if you were in Honey I shrunk the kids

and they asked you to play the fiddle. That's what
it would look like. That's it. You'd have to play
the fiddle like that, but not quite as tall as
a bass. I guess how much normal cello costs, Mike,
Like if you just wanted to go to the music
store and get a cello spelled cello c e l
l o O seven eight hundred bucks c E ll O.

I have a Charlie Daniel sun fiddle. You do auction?
I haven't sold it. No, did you get that in
an oxy or I bought it from Lunchboxes auction, charity
auction once. I never opened it. It's still in the case.
Oh for a kid power.

Speaker 3 (09:01):
Yeah, that's cool and I still have it. Is that
the one that the Johnny took to the Georgia?

Speaker 1 (09:10):
You know? There are rumors word on the street it
might be the one he fought the devil with. Okay,
all right, dog Mom spends nine one hundred bucks take
her mom on a month long European vacation across Italy.

Speaker 2 (09:21):
That's not so crazy, sorry staitting a dog, mom.

Speaker 1 (09:25):
It took a dog on a trip. Oh okayay, nine
hundred bucks for the trip.

Speaker 3 (09:29):
That's like what you would pay for yourself, right, Well, Italy.

Speaker 2 (09:32):
That's your friend, and it's more so a trip for you.

Speaker 1 (09:34):
Yeah, a pet owners making sure her dog gets the
royal treatment. She took a month long vacation with her dog, Teddy's,
a three year old Maltese. The trip was about leisure.
I mean, it's dumb and it's a lot of money,
but if you were going with your spouse, it's going
to cost you that. So that's like your person. But
it's a dog. It's not like you spent fifty thousand

bucks on them, right. The two day trip costs about
four and fifty bucks to ensure Teddy traveled by her side.
All told, Sophie spent aout nine undred bucks on transportation
for her dog to get to Italy. Fox News. She's American,
so they flew from here. Yeah. The thing that weirds
me out about these really really long flights is when
people put their animals in those little boxes. The animals

can't use the bathroom. And if it's like an international
flight that's like eight nine hours no bathroom, ten hours,
eleven hours. Where we humans go to the bathroom, we
just get up and go. Dogs can't do it. Cats
can't do that.

Speaker 3 (10:25):
I go on a two hour flight, I have to
go to the bathroom.

Speaker 1 (10:28):
It's a good point. I don't know if I want
to share it. Maybe I'll share it in the second
half of the post show after that what you got.
I don't have enough time right now to get to
it and have an airplane bathroom story, and I'm considering
not even doing it. We'll see how I feel after
the mider roal. Season three of The Bear has been revealed.
The premiere date is June twenty seventh. I never watched

season two, but I did like season one. This one
of those shows I forgot to kind of get back
to and then like other shows, beat it. We're watching
Hacks right now, season three.

Speaker 2 (11:01):
Oh, that's back.

Speaker 1 (11:02):
Pretty funny, Yeah, Jean Smart she plays basically a version
of Joan Rivers. Nothing.

Speaker 2 (11:09):
Yeah, it's funny.

Speaker 1 (11:10):
No, I know you'd seen that. Oh, they were just
staring at me, like, what is it? She's like she's,
you know, in her seventies. She's a comedian kind of
on her last leg. She was like a big Vegas
act legendary comedian. It's like her story, but it's a comedy.
I think she won like big awards for it. I
never heard of it. If you're like really young or
really old and you have a successful show, you basically
win awards because're like, oh wow, like, how cute young

that person is. They did a great job. Look how
old that person is back in relevance, they did a
great job. Like that's the way to win an awards,
be really old or really young.

Speaker 2 (11:38):
I'd also go back and watch Bear season two. It's good.
I too forgot about Bear in abandoned season one, and
then at some point, like at the end of Lush,
maybe Christmas Brea, I don't know. At some point I
watched the rest of season one and all of season
two and I was like, oh really, I'm yeah, we
are watching It gets a little less stressful.

Speaker 1 (11:57):
We're watching Sugar, but it only comes every week on Fridays.
Anybody watching this that's the Detective. Okay, you started it,
but you haven't finished. You've been caught up.

Speaker 3 (12:06):
Let's talk when you catch up Detective and the convertible. Yeah,
what's his name? What's that actor's name, Colin Farrell? Yeah, okay, Sugar, Yeah,
it's good. See but I saw like the little teaser
in him. I thought it was like from the forties.

Speaker 1 (12:21):
He loves old movies. Okay, okay, but he is, Sugar,
He is like a detect Now you're not. He is
like a detective and he's trying to find somebody, and
so it's kind of going through. It's good, it's real good. Okay.
But I hope there are a couple more episodes. I
hope the last one wasn't the final episode, because if

it was, it was a wild final episode. But there's
still so much more. I need to know how many
total will there be? Okay, and they've done two Okay.
I wouldn't read any stories about it, Mike, if you're
gonna watch it, so I would just stay off of
it completely. Imagine Dragons are selling their new album for

five million.

Speaker 3 (13:06):
Dollars, like only you're the only one that can own it.

Speaker 1 (13:10):
Imagine Dragons are selling a special edition of their upcoming
album Loom from more a five million. It turns out
the Discord exclusive loom limited edition printed digital art puzzle
vinyl is listed for five million, one hundred thousand dollars.
The band didn't expect anyone to actually pay that price. Instead,

fans can join the discord to get a promo code
that drops the price much down to, like, you know,
twelve bucks, thirteen bucks. So I guess there's one that
if somebody buys it, they'll make it. Okay, there's nothing
super limited edition about it. Maybe it's just that it's
one of one, because there are certain cards that I'll
buy now, there really aren't a lot different except list
as one of one. It's literally the only one. There's

something slightly different, and the values like six times more
than what one that looks almost just like it would be.
That's numbered one of twenty. Let me get it. You've
seen me show up tomorrow with your favorite band ever.
All right, let's do a little mid roll here, all right,
let's play a voicemail from Nikona in Montana.

Speaker 6 (14:12):
Just wanted to call and comment on removed those trucks.
So if it truly needed engine work and as much
work needed to be done on it, it is very
possible that it's going to be out for a month,
especially if it's with a mechanic. That mechanic bean is
not his full time job, which would be this case.
Engine work can be very, very complicated. It may involve

taking the entire engine out, which requires Jackson lyfts and
a whole bunch of work. Yeah, it's going to be
out for a while, butefully he does a good job
and when you get it back you'll not have to
worry about it.

Speaker 1 (14:44):
Gift, your car is still gone, Yeah, Chase Matthew has it.
Scuba said it could be a couple more weeks, but
I'm fine with that. I have a backup, so I'm good.

Speaker 5 (14:52):

Speaker 1 (14:52):
My wife was just curious. She just said, just wondering
what's the timeline because I really wasn't given one. But
now I know. But I guess you're not paying for it, so.

Speaker 5 (14:59):
That's what I'm saying.

Speaker 1 (15:00):
So I'm in a spot where it's all right, this
is awesome, man, But also my wife's where's your vehicle?
I don't know, it's like Elmer, I talk like that
on the podcasts, and you talk like that when you're
at home or other podcasts.

Speaker 5 (15:14):
Other podcasts.

Speaker 1 (15:16):
I don't know, when was the last night you had
a night off from your kids. Well, I guess yours
is every other week. This is easy Eddie night off
when we travel Austin. When we went to Austin, that
was nice. What is it like to not have your kids?
And is there a point where it goes from man,
it's awesome to not hear it to like I kind
of miss them, Like what's that threshold? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (15:36):
Well I always miss them like so so the heart
the hard part is like we go on the weekend
sometimes and like that's hard because that's they have games.
So I missed being at those games. I love going
to their games and seeing them do whatever they're gonna do.
So I miss them always. But the time you missed
them always, I do.

Speaker 1 (15:53):
Yeah, I don't you understand. There are times where you're.

Speaker 2 (15:57):
Just like, oh, it's nice to have a break.

Speaker 1 (15:59):
Yeah, But like even when I'm at work, like miss
him at text me okay, this is bullcap Eddie back.
She'll text me pictures of like, look, so and so
just got this award at school and I'm like, I
love that. That's okay.

Speaker 2 (16:10):
So you don't like that you missed out on an
event in a way, but you're not.

Speaker 3 (16:15):
I'm not like thinking about them all the time. Like
you guys, don't think of your kids all the time.

Speaker 1 (16:20):
No, no, you said you miss them even at work?

Speaker 2 (16:22):
You said, do you miss them all the time?

Speaker 1 (16:24):
I missed my kids all the time.

Speaker 2 (16:25):
It's nice when you get a break.

Speaker 1 (16:27):
I mean, who doesn't agree with that?

Speaker 2 (16:29):
Yeah, you don't miss them all the time.

Speaker 5 (16:32):
I had a night off when we went to Austin.

Speaker 4 (16:34):
It was amazing, like walking through the airport and not
having to be like where'd they go?

Speaker 1 (16:39):
Where are they?

Speaker 5 (16:41):
Or going dad dad, dad dad. I just walked through
the airport.

Speaker 4 (16:45):
It was just me and I had to have to
worry about it, and I was just like, man, this
is so peaceful.

Speaker 1 (16:50):
Did you miss him? Do you think Eddie misses his kids?
Will do? Is it work?

Speaker 2 (16:55):

Speaker 1 (16:55):
Or is it bullcap Eddie back?

Speaker 5 (16:57):
Bullcrap Eddie's back?

Speaker 4 (16:58):
Like there's no like like right now we're working.

Speaker 5 (17:01):
Do I miss my kids?

Speaker 2 (17:03):
No? I'm gonna but you love them right right?

Speaker 1 (17:05):

Speaker 5 (17:05):
I love them.

Speaker 2 (17:06):
We love our kids, but we don't have to miss
them all the time.

Speaker 3 (17:08):
Guys, I have four kids Like that make me no, no, no,
do you understand this is my life? Like my life
revolves around these four kids, and my job allows me
to be with them from the.

Speaker 1 (17:19):
Second they get out of school till the day the
second they go to bed, which is why you probably
shouldn't miss them all the time. No what but anything
like you say, you.

Speaker 2 (17:26):
Feel like you're building your case here, Do.

Speaker 1 (17:27):
You miss your job at all?

Speaker 5 (17:29):

Speaker 3 (17:29):
Yeah, it's the same thing because you do it every
single day. So when you're not with them, my job isn't.

Speaker 1 (17:35):
I don't have kids talk for me to make the analogy,
so I won't.

Speaker 4 (17:37):
But you go play golf like if you if you
miss your kids that much they're at school.

Speaker 1 (17:42):
Like like my dad on weekends on weekends.

Speaker 3 (17:44):
I don't play golf on the weekends. Well we had before,
but that's what we're out of town.

Speaker 1 (17:48):
But we've done stuff on the weekends or a Friday
afternoon or and you're never like, man, I wish you
want to left them for an hour. I miss my kids.
I do.

Speaker 2 (17:55):
I think it's healthy to not miss them. I think
it's healthy to love them and also be okay, like
getting a break from whatever it is from anybody in
your life.

Speaker 1 (18:05):
I mean, of course it's I don't miss you, guys,
but I missed a job.

Speaker 4 (18:10):
Yeah, like I can't like my that was my first
week away from my kids since I heard Vegas in September.

Speaker 1 (18:16):
Yeah, it was kids all the time.

Speaker 5 (18:18):
Nice, It was nice.

Speaker 1 (18:20):
But you're saying you miss your kids at work. That's
that's bull. No, Like I don't like right now they're
at school, Like you miss them right now?

Speaker 3 (18:27):
Well, I haven't got a text with them, but yesterday
I did get a text and I thought about that.

Speaker 1 (18:31):
Do you miss them right now?

Speaker 3 (18:32):
No, it's not I'm going to see them in a
few hours.

Speaker 1 (18:36):
You said you missed them all the time. You're you're
always gonna say in a few hours in your work, Yeah,
but you don't miss them? Why at work? Define miss them?

Speaker 5 (18:44):

Speaker 1 (18:44):
Do I want to see that? Do I wish they
were with me? Like? What what are you? What are
you trying to say missing someone?

Speaker 2 (18:49):
Because like the different definitions.

Speaker 1 (18:52):
Okay, if you're dating someone, it's like if you text
them at.

Speaker 2 (18:54):
Work, I miss you, Yeah, but I'm not dating my kids.

Speaker 1 (18:58):
Go with this text my wife, I'm.

Speaker 3 (19:01):
Not your wife if you were dating someone.

Speaker 2 (19:03):
So you're talking about when it's a new and fresh,
you're like, your kids.

Speaker 1 (19:08):
Are not new and you have a sixteen year old
and a five year old. Even that, I think you're
full of crap. Why no, why would I say that?

Speaker 2 (19:17):

Speaker 1 (19:18):
Why would I? How would that make me? Look? Oh,
I miss my kids. But you say you want to
donate every organ in your body. I do, though, that's true,
I do want to donate.

Speaker 4 (19:25):
Now, I see what you're saying, Like when your wife
takes you a picture, you're like, oh, that's cute, That's
all I'm saying.

Speaker 5 (19:29):
But that's not missing them.

Speaker 1 (19:30):
How not you thought about them? You miss them? That's cute.
I wish I was there. My wife's there.

Speaker 2 (19:34):
Because I wish you want to be somewhere.

Speaker 3 (19:36):
But when we're on the road, my wife will face
time me from their basketball game, Like I wish I
was there.

Speaker 1 (19:40):
I miss them. What's the difference the fact that you
said you miss them at work?

Speaker 2 (19:45):
I think your words were I miss them all the time.

Speaker 1 (19:47):
Yeah, I do miss them all the time.

Speaker 5 (19:48):
No, but we just asked you miss them at.

Speaker 2 (19:49):
Work and you said no, no of course.

Speaker 1 (19:52):
Okay, guys, okay, well can I patty since you've entered
the room, I'm not bullcrap Eddy, now You're I'm being
real with you. I miss my kids. What can I Patty,
and I ask your question. If it's you're at your
house and it's you and just the four kids, is
that enjoyable to you? No? No, No, it's too many
of them. Wait, that's a bit counter to what how
did you ever go to?

Speaker 3 (20:13):
When I say I miss my kids, I'm not saying
I miss every single one of them.

Speaker 1 (20:17):
But you don't miss all the crap out of me?

Speaker 2 (20:18):
You miss a couple of time you have like, yeah,
like BLOCK missed them.

Speaker 3 (20:22):
Sometimes it's the sixteen year old, sometimes it's the nine
year olds, sometimes the ten year olds.

Speaker 1 (20:26):
Sometimes it's a five year old. Don't like it if
it's just you and all four do they gang up
on us? No, it's terrible.

Speaker 2 (20:30):
Okay, I guess I kind of get what he's saying.

Speaker 1 (20:33):
Who I think you understand? And then he committed to
I can appreciate the commitment. No, I truly mean that.

Speaker 2 (20:42):
I will say, with the one week on, one week off,
I get to where I really miss them, like I'm
ready for them to be back because they haven't been
with me, Like I'm ready to have time with them
and catch.

Speaker 1 (20:53):
Up with them.

Speaker 4 (20:54):
But the first couple of days you're like, oh, I
can breathe.

Speaker 1 (20:56):
Yeah, I mean they're gone for seven days. Of course
you're going to miss your kids.

Speaker 2 (21:00):
But at first it was hard because it was always
just a constant reminder of our situation, Like every time
they would come back and every time they would leave,
it was like, I hate that, this is what we're doing.

Speaker 4 (21:07):
Like what if you're you're at your house and you
got you're with your kids and they go to the bathroom,
are you like, oh, man, I miss them, Eddie does
because they're gone.

Speaker 2 (21:14):
I don't even let my kids go spend the night
at other kids houses because I miss them too much.

Speaker 1 (21:18):
That's tough. That's a tough decision to make.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
Yeah. Right, if my kids tonight are like, hey, can
I go to the night somewhere? And I'd be like,
but's your first night back?

Speaker 1 (21:24):

Speaker 3 (21:26):
If they all went to someone's house, that'd be yeah,
I'd miss him. Would you like one they never all
go to see.

Speaker 1 (21:32):
Would you like for three of them to go but
you get to pick the one to stay? Yes, so
you could have okay, yes, yes, but you don't miss
them at work? Can we?

Speaker 3 (21:41):
I said, yesterday they sent my wife send me a
picture where my son got an award and he's got
a little crown because he's the king of class or whatever.

Speaker 1 (21:48):
And I'm like, oh, that's cool. I miss him. I
wish I was there. That's it. Maybe you wish you
were at that one experience. Yeah, and that's missing them. Hey, Scuba,
is there any way? It's maybe a big ask on
a Friday. Is there any way that you could help
bull crap Beatty leaving regular ready to come back? Could
you booked that for us? I can book in the
next five minutes. Okay, yeah, I would like for bullcrap
Beatty to be of course he does. He has the

pictures of him on his computer. That's okay. Though they
doesn't mean you don't miss them. He does miss them, but.

Speaker 2 (22:15):
You always miss your kids at work.

Speaker 7 (22:17):
At work, sometimes I'm so busy I can't I don't
even think about anything but work.

Speaker 1 (22:19):
That that I realized, Oh crap.

Speaker 5 (22:21):
I have kids.

Speaker 2 (22:23):
Like if you get a week in a way, or
like you're taking a trip or something, are you like, Okay,
I need this.

Speaker 1 (22:28):
This is good.

Speaker 7 (22:28):
I mean, every once in a while it is good
for us to have a little bit of separation, not
only just from me, but for the kids too, to
have one on one time with a mom or vice versa.
I don't miss him twenty four seven, seven days a week.

Speaker 1 (22:38):
I did miss them, but Betty does. Oh my gosh,
but yeah, I mean I do.

Speaker 7 (22:41):
I cannot understand off a level of what you're talking
about where you miss them, yes, but not like I'm
not thinking about them and pining for them all the time.

Speaker 1 (22:48):
But if you if I were to say, hey, do
you miss your kids, and you go like, when I
come to work, I miss my kids, would you think.

Speaker 3 (22:52):
Would you say I missed my kids all the time,
all the time. Yeah, if you traveled as much as
I did, and you were gone from him as much
as I.

Speaker 1 (23:00):
Was, you don't travel that much? What do you mean
we travel all the time. I know how much I travel,
and that's more than what you travel, because you travel
with me.

Speaker 2 (23:08):
Travel is down and back, and you don't have the
same day.

Speaker 1 (23:11):
But you don't have same day, but you don't travel
the same day.

Speaker 2 (23:14):
We traveled for raging idiots.

Speaker 1 (23:16):
Well that's that's that's what we were just in Austin.

Speaker 2 (23:20):
That's all were yet.

Speaker 3 (23:22):
Okay, I'm not saying that's any different. And then two
weeks before that, we traveled.

Speaker 1 (23:27):
Where we go exactly?

Speaker 2 (23:29):
Where do we go Florida overnight?

Speaker 1 (23:32):
No, okay, it's just got long day at work. I'll
see you guys when I go exactly anyway. We don't
even care. Do you want me to come back? Your
bullcrap eddie? But I want you to leave your sound
effect and we can have bull crap Eddie walk out.
That's so not fair. Normal Eddie back in, normal Eddie back.

Speaker 3 (23:52):
Hey guys, I'm back. Oh hey, I don't want to
talk at my kids. Dude, I hate my kids.

Speaker 1 (24:00):
I got move on. I like to thank everybody for
not eating my M and m's on my desk. No
one had to eat them. Don't eat them? Why? Well there,
I brought them back because they're special and people have
been asking me what they're even for. They've not been eaten,
They've not been touched. Those eminem's have my face on them,
but they have been eaten. They have not been eaten. Sure,

I'm positive it looks like some are missing. No, this
lid has never come off and this is still still
Oh okay, I thought that they were eating.

Speaker 2 (24:31):
No, but they look good, So what's up with them?

Speaker 1 (24:34):
Look at them?

Speaker 2 (24:34):
I know I see your face. But like, you're never
going to eat Eminem?

Speaker 1 (24:38):
What are you gonna do with that? I don't know.
I just thought it was I just thought it was cool.
They made like a it's like a wine bottle.

Speaker 2 (24:43):
That's a cool gift. Eddie could get Eminem's with all
his kids' faces on them, so they No, I.

Speaker 1 (24:47):
Hate my kids, So that about that? Yeah, he's not here.
You're talking to real Eddy. I hate my kids. Yeah,
but when you when you missed them to eat a
few m and ms the face on it, I'll eat
all those one myself and they're with you. Then it's
there in your belly. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (25:03):
Man, uh, all right, that's cool.

Speaker 1 (25:07):
We're gonna have our our chiropractor friend in when Don
Bradshaw next week.

Speaker 2 (25:14):
Oh, I'm desperate.

Speaker 1 (25:15):
Bradshaw. I don't know his first name, Doctor Bradshaw. I
give him the respect he deserves. Might not be here
his name?

Speaker 5 (25:21):
What is Kevin?

Speaker 3 (25:23):
Kevin Bradshaw? That doesn't sound right.

Speaker 1 (25:25):
Where did Jonathan come? I don't know. There's a whole
story about Is it dangerous to crack your own back
or neck? Can you do that?

Speaker 2 (25:34):

Speaker 1 (25:34):
You can crack your own back? Yeah, yeah, little Mike,
we have me that story? Oh if you twist, yes,
I can't lay on the ground to put my knees
over and cry and like get it to pop.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
And then some people can just like do this with
their head, crack their neck.

Speaker 1 (25:50):
Was it you that same me? The story?

Speaker 2 (25:52):
Yeah, because I'm like, I pop my stuff all the
time in right now I need to be popped right now.
I'm in pain since iHeart.

Speaker 1 (25:58):
And the question is should you crack your own back
and neck? And but he's going to come in and
we'll talk about what. Because again, when they do that
thing on your head, it's like better, that's that's scary.

Speaker 2 (26:08):
Yeah, every time I'm like, well this could be it,
but it's okay, it's worth it because I'm in pain.

Speaker 1 (26:12):
Why not to pop your own necker? But and I
think that is fine if you have an expert, do it.
Absolutely Why not to pop your own necker back? The
joints above and below of the back and neck will
move too much to compensate, la la la, commit to
stretching instead regular physical activity. Oh, these are hard stuff.
I just take the risk.

Speaker 2 (26:28):
But I like that thing where someone picks me up
and pops my back.

Speaker 1 (26:31):
That's not yourself doing it.

Speaker 2 (26:33):
Yeah, but y'all don't know what you're doing.

Speaker 1 (26:34):
I do.

Speaker 2 (26:35):
I could pick you up, I know, but you don't
know what you're doing now.

Speaker 1 (26:39):
Or like if I lay on the ground, my daughter
ravel like an X and I grab you and I
shaked up out of you.

Speaker 2 (26:44):
And right, but I don't think that that's safe.

Speaker 1 (26:50):
His name's Kevin. Are you stilling that? Ken? The whole
point is if you should avoid cracking your own back
or neck or your kid walking on it. I don't
know if that's bad. It feels okay. Just if you
miss him. Who misses their kids? Not me. We'll bring
him in next week and just talk about doctor Bradshaw.

Don't disrespect him? Are you disrespecting the doctor when you
call him other first name? I feel like when people
call me Bobby, I feel just because you're a doctor,
I think some Yeah, I think so. I think they've
I think everybody's different, probably, but I think some doctors
have worked very hard and they want to have that
and they've earned that prestigious doctor. Unless you know them personally,

like really knew them personally other than the doctor, I
think you only know them as a doctor, you probably
should call them doctor.

Speaker 2 (27:42):
I interviewed a neurosurgeon yesterday for my podcast and I
was like, so, doctor, his name is doctor Lee Warren.
And I was like, what what do what do I
call you doctor Warren? And you can just call me Lee?
And I was like the podcast, like you're a neurosurgeon.

Speaker 1 (27:59):
Maybe it's like fame, know where you get so famous
that you just cool again, like you're just chill and nice,
and because I just want to be treated normally. You're secure,
you know, if you're a neuro surgeon, you're like extra
let you're so secure with your doctor inness you don't
even need to be called it. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (28:13):

Speaker 1 (28:13):
They never asked for that on an airplane either, a neurosurgeon.
On the flight, it's always like we need a doctor
like a heart or something. But yeah, I think most doctors,
if it's your doctor, you don't go on and call
them Clint unless they tell you to. It's like a
coach for the most part, you call them coach whatever
unless they say call me blank. But if you met
them like outside of the like this, I don't think

you call a coach coach if you met them out okay,
like at a restaurant, because doctor would be probably per person,
but I think maybe be first name. Hey, I'm It's tough.
Depends what kind of doctor. And if they really value that,
because I'm doing they deserve it. If they're good malpractice lawsuits,
let's look at them. I think that's pretty much it.

I did see the real life Martha from Baby Reindeer
is going to be interviewed by Morgan if it doesn't
happen already. You guys haven't watched Baby Reindeer. No no,
I'm aware of a massive, massive show now and the
real life she denied it was her forever and now
she's going to be interviewed. And that's funny. Anything else
I wanted to do? You don't. You're the house stuff
this weekend, So don't forget everybody, as dumpster's there for you.

Speaker 2 (29:18):
Oh I have stuff, it's there, it's ready, perfect, it's ready.

Speaker 1 (29:20):
I got boxes.

Speaker 2 (29:22):
They even gave me like a bigger one for same
price as the smaller one, because I don't know it
is all they had or something. So then because I
wanted to pay for this, I wanted the smaller one
and they're like, hey, well we got this size and
we'll just go ahead and offer you the same rate
for the other. I was like, wow, And when it
showed up, it's big.

Speaker 1 (29:40):
It's big, how big?

Speaker 2 (29:42):
Big? Like seriously, come put yourself.

Speaker 1 (29:45):
Is it like the one behind the bigger gas stations?

Speaker 5 (29:48):
What are you throwing away? I thought was gone?

Speaker 2 (29:50):
I totally I tell you, I wanted the smaller one.
They gave me the bigger one.

Speaker 1 (29:54):
You know.

Speaker 4 (29:54):
But I'm saying, like, why do you need a dumpster
if you have your stuff was already gone.

Speaker 2 (29:57):
There's some stuff, okay, I get it. Some of his
stuff is still in the attic. So I'm gonna have
to call him and he's gonna have to come over
and make some decisions like do you want to take
this with you or would you like for me to
put it in the big red dumpster outside?

Speaker 3 (30:10):
But if it's still it's in the attic, he doesn't
just throw it away.

Speaker 2 (30:13):
No, there's things up there that I know you should take.
There's stuff that I ended up from. No, it's in
the attic, and I get it. We didn't like sort
through every single thing. And there's things that I ended
up getting from my dad when he died in my
mom's house, like just stuff I never took the time
to go through that. I need to go through and
be like I bought all these organizational bins, and it's like,
if I'm keeping it, it goes in the bin. If

it can be donated, it's donated. If it's trash, it
goes in the dumpster.

Speaker 5 (30:37):
Like what are you throwing away? He got furniture.

Speaker 2 (30:39):
Also, there's some major yard bushes and trees.

Speaker 1 (30:43):
They can palette wrap it out and te us what's
in it, and then we'll offer no.

Speaker 2 (30:48):
But there's also like I'm trying to think of anything
like a big are in your yard. No, they they
died during the freeze and I need to dig them
up and then now I'll just chunk them in the dumpster.

Speaker 1 (31:00):
Why don't we burn those little little fire in the back.

Speaker 2 (31:03):
Complicated, But.

Speaker 1 (31:05):
It's complicated to burn the trees.

Speaker 2 (31:07):
To have a bomb fire in my yard in my
neighbor dolster fill up, dumpster fire.

Speaker 1 (31:13):
I don't really what the show is. Sometimes this can
be that here you put all your pictures, I mean,
all the pictures you take in are they going up somewhere?
What of the house?

Speaker 2 (31:24):
But oh yeah, like you too, I guess the realtor
took pictures.

Speaker 1 (31:28):
Oh you weren't there for this shoot.

Speaker 2 (31:29):
Yeah, no, I was here working in the She wanted
updated photos, like to help. I guess it like looks good,
so I organized it and looks We'll go in my closet.
I made my pantry look so good.

Speaker 1 (31:40):
Is it listed?

Speaker 2 (31:41):
Not yet?

Speaker 1 (31:42):

Speaker 2 (31:43):
But you open my pantry and it's like I put
all the good food in there. I think I told
her that it's for like you open it up and
you're like, I want to live here.

Speaker 1 (31:50):
Oh so you put stunt food.

Speaker 2 (31:53):
Yeah, I mean I have some good food, but I've
bought like extra extra extra good food that like looked pretty,
and my kids are gonna be so excited they.

Speaker 1 (32:01):
Get to eat it? Or is it stuff food? They're
just props. Yeah, they can eat it.

Speaker 5 (32:06):
The props.

Speaker 2 (32:07):
They can eat some of it. Not that the pictures
are taken. But then if the house is being shown,
then I need things refilled.

Speaker 1 (32:14):
Ope, everybody has a good weekend. Yeah, see you guys
back on Monday. Hopefully.

Speaker 2 (32:20):
Why might see all this weekend if you come to
the dumpster, I don't know you guys.

Speaker 1 (32:24):
I didn't buy tickets. The only tickets the show. I
need to check see if markets happened one time, some bonfire.

Speaker 2 (32:32):
Oh you said tickets to what that you meant to
my dumpster?

Speaker 1 (32:38):
Hey? You a dumpster. You guys want to go to
a show tonight. No, we do not want to go
to Tuesday's gone. Okay, I got tickets. We can't wait
to see the pictures.

Speaker 3 (32:46):
I got six tickets. You have six, I say six,
six tickets, and I think my one of my boys
gonna come with me.

Speaker 2 (32:53):
Well that's good because you missing so much.

Speaker 1 (32:55):
Actually, I just got a picture one of my boys.
Have fine with his shirt off, have fun, just chilling
at the part you're missing. Go be with him. Hey,
go go be with him. Alight. That's it. We'll see
you guys Monday. Buy Everyboddy
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