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February 26, 2024 39 mins

Find out what our strongest sense is! Plus, a listener calls in to share something she heard people doing at Hobby Lobby that made her happy! Mailbag: Listener has been going out with a guy she really likes. On the 4th date, he revealed he has a 2-year-old son. How should she handle this? Should she be concerned he waited so long to share?

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
We'll go.

Speaker 2 (00:03):
Transmitting a.

Speaker 3 (00:11):
Hey, we're back. Welcome to Monday Show Morning Studio Morning.

Speaker 4 (00:14):
All right, so they get to know you question which
of your senses would you say is your strongest?

Speaker 3 (00:22):
Now, you can pick a five, one of the five.

Speaker 4 (00:24):
But they also say there's not the six like we
talk to dead people, but like feeling heat or cold
is like a sense to it's slightly different. So it's
like a why as a vowel. So there's that. So
you can kind of pick whatever you want. What sense
do you say is your strongest? Amy, I'll go to
you first.

Speaker 5 (00:44):
Well, I guess for my age because be forty three
and I still have my vision. Sometimes I feel like
I'm a squint a little bit, but I'm pretty sure
I'm still twenty twenty.

Speaker 3 (00:55):
That a girl. So do you got reading glasses though?

Speaker 6 (00:57):

Speaker 3 (00:57):
Yes, they have a chain on them.

Speaker 7 (00:59):

Speaker 8 (01:00):
Yeah, it's like just a little bit.

Speaker 5 (01:01):
I don't have to wear them all the time, but
like it is like till bottles.

Speaker 4 (01:05):
Oh yeah, that's what she's drawn to.

Speaker 8 (01:09):
In my sight, the medic. Yeah, I don't know. I've
never thought about this. I can smell.

Speaker 3 (01:17):
Okay, we're gonna go through all five. Let's write all
five of them. Just give me a through four. Did
the five senses? Sight a wow? Good for you? Smell
a she's a superhero? Oh A plus hearing?

Speaker 8 (01:31):
No, that's uh d okay. I have to turn everything.

Speaker 4 (01:34):
Up and I'll say touch, but it's feeling hot and
cold is not exactly touch.

Speaker 3 (01:38):
You want to touch it to feel hot or cold? Touch?

Speaker 8 (01:42):
Oh? No, b okay.

Speaker 3 (01:44):
And then what's the other one forgetting memory? That's not
a sense? The five paces? Smell, taste, taste? Yeah, yeah,
I think you're honorable kid. Thanks, pretty good, lunchbox. What's
your strongest set? You can say memory? I say memory.
I have the best memory me. I know you do.

Speaker 9 (02:00):
I remember everything. I don't know how, I don't know
what it is, but I can remember stories. I remember
people's names.

Speaker 4 (02:06):
Do you just remember the things that you remember, though,
or do you really feel like you remember a lot
of it?

Speaker 3 (02:09):

Speaker 9 (02:10):
I remember everything, And I mean my sense of direction,
like I mean I go somewhere and pretty much I
can go there, I can drive there again like I can.

Speaker 3 (02:17):
Just so you remember crying at your wedding. Grab that
that's the problem. I remember everything.

Speaker 8 (02:23):
It is an emotional time, right.

Speaker 3 (02:25):
No, No, that's what I mean. What's Morgan's middle name?
Never know her middle name? I know it. We're talking
about it on the show. That's not something that is
important in my life. But you can't do that. You
you don't know. Things aren't important.

Speaker 8 (02:36):
No, he just has to be paying attention, right, I.

Speaker 3 (02:38):
Didn't pay to I don't.

Speaker 4 (02:38):
He doesn't know who a single artist is in coup
of music because he never paid. Looks up from his computer. No,
I remember some of the elective memory like thing. No,
you memorize.

Speaker 3 (02:47):
No, you want me to name all my teachers? No,
kindergarten through high school? I mean I can just boom boom.
I can do that too, every single subject, and I
can do I could do all my teachers from kindergarten.

Speaker 2 (02:58):
So you had like three like third grade, fourth grade? Yeah, man,
elementary school.

Speaker 4 (03:02):
I like this ince a direction, though, I want to
accept that one. That's good, Okay, one time you can
get there.

Speaker 9 (03:06):
Yeah, Like I mean, we were in Chattanooga last weekend
and we would drive somewhere and then you're looking for.

Speaker 3 (03:13):

Speaker 9 (03:14):
I never heard from ratter. We talked about her either,
and uh, my wife, Oh do you need me to
you know?

Speaker 3 (03:19):
Pull a direction. I was like, no, we just left
the rbnbrazy. I can't do that at all. I barely
get to work.

Speaker 8 (03:24):
Yeah yeah, GPS.

Speaker 3 (03:26):
Get in the car. Where do you want to go?
Same place, Eddie.

Speaker 2 (03:29):
My site. My site's amazing, and it's not like twenty twenty.
I'm not talking about that, but I can notice like
things like like the other night, I looked outside my
window and I saw ufo. No, I saw something like
in the woods. I'm like, what is that? And I
got a flashlight. There were five deer out there. I
could barely see it, but I noticed they were deer
after you heard them. No, I saw like this little
silhouettes and help them. My site is awesome. I always

see animals when we're driving road trips.

Speaker 3 (03:53):
Oh, you're just really good at seeing animals. Maybe yeah,
it's like super niche site would be my second. I
can see Hotty from across the room. See that might
be a niche.

Speaker 4 (04:03):
Right, you're really good, my girls one of the listed five,
but I think like discernment, I'm really I feel like
I'm really strong at that.

Speaker 5 (04:15):
Originally sticking with like all those sites, I.

Speaker 4 (04:18):
Literally said, you don't have to do one of the
five senses, you could do anything. No, that's exactly That
is exactly what I said.

Speaker 2 (04:24):
Another one's sense of humor. That's a strong sense of humor.
That is a good one. Hey, what's discernment? Though, It's
like you can judge people. Well, you can judge, well, yeah,
you're good. Like if somebody is full.

Speaker 4 (04:36):
Of BS immediately, even if they're not, I just assume
the the rest of my life, I never know the difference.

Speaker 8 (04:41):
Well, it doesn't meant to be something negative.

Speaker 3 (04:43):
Yeah, yeah, sure you can discern discerned. I feel like
I don't need a whole I.

Speaker 4 (04:47):
Don't need a long time with people to figure out
what kind of person they are, so not just not
just talent or skill, but like it's the quality person.
That's pretty cool. That's a superpower. I feel like I'm
pretty good at that. And then out hang nails with
my teeth.

Speaker 3 (05:01):
Interesting sense of the two. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Let's
open up the mailbag, send mail and.

Speaker 7 (05:10):
Let me read it on the air. I did something
we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 4 (05:14):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones. I started dating this guy a
few weeks ago. We hit it off. We're both in
our mid twenties. He told me he was in a
serious relationship for several years and that ended last year.
Last night was our fourth date. He revealed he as
a two year old son. I'm gonna read that line again. Wow.
Last night was our fourth date and he revealed he
as a two year old son. He says he didn't

tell me right away because he didn't want to scare
me off, but that he would understand if I didn't want
to see him anymore. Is it excusable that he withheld
that information from me until now? Should I see this
as a sign that this relationship is a bad idea
signed seemingly aspiring step mom.

Speaker 3 (05:52):
That's a funny way to sign it. I do want
to go to Morgan first.

Speaker 4 (05:56):
And let's just say, Morgan, you were on the fourth
date with the dude and it's then he revealed he
has a two year old Do you give him the
benefit of the doubt because he didn't want.

Speaker 3 (06:04):
To scare you all?

Speaker 7 (06:05):

Speaker 8 (06:05):
I don't love that.

Speaker 5 (06:06):
Like, if a guy did that, I'd be like, that's
a really important part of your life. I don't understand
why you would withhold that that far. And you're texting
and you have all these conversations happening in between that, Like,
there's a lot of time going on there.

Speaker 3 (06:19):
I wonder why I was going to kindergarten, right, Like, I.

Speaker 8 (06:23):
Don't like that he withheld that.

Speaker 10 (06:24):
I don't know that it's like red flag cut immediately,
but I don't like and I think she should express
that she doesn't appreciate that he withheld that.

Speaker 4 (06:32):
Does it put you a little on edge that you
could be holding other things back?

Speaker 3 (06:36):

Speaker 8 (06:36):
Like is there more to that story?

Speaker 10 (06:38):
Is that relationship a little bit more close than he's
letting on?

Speaker 8 (06:41):
There just could be more there than he's wanting to say.

Speaker 3 (06:44):
I think the fourth date is a tough way.

Speaker 4 (06:45):
That's a first day or there are certain things you
just say on a first date, like if you have kids,
how many kids? But if you're not asked that if
you kids volunteer that you kind of have to you do. Yeah,
because the fourth day, he doesn't want to run her off,
So what he wants to lure in just enough. Somebody
tells her that you should tell her early it's not

fair to.

Speaker 10 (07:07):
Do that, then yeah, it feels like a bait and
switch situation.

Speaker 4 (07:10):
Because also then she may have like started to form
feelings in a way, but she does not want to
have somebody with or date somebody with a kid, and
so now it's gonna hurt her extra because she doesn't
want to be with someone with the kids, so she
has to break it off. Like that's it's a bit
selfish on his part. I don't think it's a red red.
I don't think it's white Shelton, right, but it's it's

it's a it's like pink.

Speaker 8 (07:32):
Yeah, it's pretty close seat. That's something you just know.

Speaker 3 (07:35):
I agree.

Speaker 10 (07:37):
Yeah, I feel like you should also disclose it, like
if you met on a dating map, it should be
disclosed on there.

Speaker 5 (07:42):
Yeah, it needs to be a part of your profile.
It's just part of your life. I'd be like, yeah,
you can't.

Speaker 3 (07:46):
It's such a fundamental part of your life.

Speaker 5 (07:48):
Yes, it needs to be like Bobby six foot one,
you know.

Speaker 8 (07:54):
What, wasn't using all of your cure? Okay, whatever? And
then it's like has children, Yes, once children?

Speaker 3 (08:03):
Maybe I have one?

Speaker 2 (08:05):
So what if you're like having a first date and
this is fun, fun, fun, like you guys are bowling, like,
oh my gosh, strike spare.

Speaker 4 (08:11):
You talking about yourselves though on a date? And the
one of the biggest fundamental parts who you are is
if you have kids?

Speaker 3 (08:16):
Buzz kill? Man, it's tough. Are kids a buzzkill? No,
I'm bringing it down. It feels like no, bringing it
up is a buzz kid. You don't have to bring
it up like sorry to admit this.

Speaker 8 (08:24):
It might be exciting, like years, Where are you from?

Speaker 3 (08:27):
I'm from there. I grew up here. That's that's that's
that where from I'm from? I have kids? No, but
that's that important. That's one of the things that you
would talk about. Yes, level, Yeah, a living I have, well,
I have a job. No, No, you're missing you. I
know you have a dance like the forties. But yeah,
that's why I'm so convinced.

Speaker 8 (08:44):
I was on a date with Eddie and he was like,
you have a job.

Speaker 3 (08:47):
And I would love he's to tip that to me.
Picture may revealed something. What do you what are you
doing next week?

Speaker 4 (08:54):
I didn't get a tip about somebody on the show though,
I'm not going to say the name. But I'm just
gonna read it and if anybody wants to step forward,
they can. But I want to read a name here.
I didn't know who the number was from. It's came
from a number with the empty and no name on it.
It says I spy blank on a date at east
Side Bowl. That's the text bowling east Side Bowl. That's
not so I won't say. I won't say who or what.

Speaker 3 (09:17):
Well, there's two options. No, there's you can be on
a date and not be married, I mean and not
be Uh there's a could I didn't think about that.
You could be on a date with your wife. Probably not.
I got three kids. We don't go on dates. Well, okay,
that's it, And I have no idea who texted me
that number five seven, three area codes and I spy

web girl.

Speaker 4 (09:40):
Morgan, which I guess, yeah, on a date at the
east Side Bowl. That's the text lo o L.

Speaker 8 (09:45):
So it doesn't feel like they know us.

Speaker 3 (09:49):
But my numbers new I mean it's a Newish number.

Speaker 8 (09:52):
That would be weird to call me web girl Morgan.

Speaker 3 (09:54):
I know. But what's your if they know social Missouri
area code, Missouri, what is your Instagram name?

Speaker 8 (10:05):
Okay, but if it's like somebody you would know, I
don't feel like they called.

Speaker 3 (10:09):
I know, but it's like people that call my wife.

Speaker 4 (10:10):
They see her, they don't know her, and they call
because her name was Kate c Parker forever and then
they call her Kate and that's not her name is
like Kate. But if they only know he from Instagram,
they would be like, oh, I can't the same way
you said, Morgan be like, we g Morgan.

Speaker 8 (10:22):
I don't think that's weird.

Speaker 3 (10:24):
I don't. I don't either. I don't know who it is.
I'm not replying to it. But yeah, how the day
go good?

Speaker 8 (10:28):
They were really good?

Speaker 4 (10:29):
Was it the cowboy again? Different guy? Yeah, we'll find
out more about that later wow week this week. At
some points, she's giddy with excitement. I want to let
her come off that highway so she can keep it
real with this.

Speaker 8 (10:38):
I need to come Does he had kids? I just
I'm withholding the.

Speaker 3 (10:47):
Information, Eddie. She's kidding. I don't know. It's like, I'm
not telling you, guys.

Speaker 4 (10:53):
I was with you.

Speaker 3 (10:53):
I was like, oh my gosh, we just we just
oh my gosh.

Speaker 8 (10:58):
I am aware.

Speaker 3 (10:58):
Yes, you guys are that dense? Hey, we are pretty dumb.

Speaker 8 (11:01):
Yeah, it happens.

Speaker 3 (11:04):
All right, let's go that's the mail bag, close it up.
We got your game mail and we ran on her.
Now let's find the closed Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 4 (11:12):
Yeah, let's go over and talk to Kyler, who's on
the phone right now. Hey, Kyler, welcome to the Bobby
Bone Show.

Speaker 3 (11:19):
What's going on?

Speaker 7 (11:21):
Oh? Not much? How y'all doing this morning?

Speaker 3 (11:24):
Doing pretty good? Man? What can I do for you?

Speaker 7 (11:26):
I just wanted to tell you guys, I've been listening
to you all for about eight years now. I absolutely
love the show. A couple of weeks ago, my life
and I were just riding around Nashville, I particularly do
when we're bored, and or Son or some of the
Bobby bombs that are as an idiot Thrones, and she
absolutely loves the Lobby. So like every time we drop

off Hobby Lobby, she's like, Hobby Lobby, Donny.

Speaker 4 (11:52):
I've had messages from people that work at the Hobby Lobby.
They go, hey, I don't know who you are, but
I looked it up and people sing Hobby Bobby Bobby
in the store.

Speaker 3 (12:01):

Speaker 4 (12:02):
Yes, the work there that don't listen to the show,
And so they looked up Hobby Lobby Bobby, found the
song and then message me and they go, people will
come in singing Hobby Lobby Bobby, Man, how do we
not have a deal with them? That's how you know
music is really cutting through you know.

Speaker 2 (12:16):
Yeah, I'm making a different it's really.

Speaker 3 (12:18):
Really changing the scope of the world. Hey, Kyler, I
appreciate that call. Tell your wife it's hello.

Speaker 7 (12:22):
Hey, could y'all do me a favorite?

Speaker 3 (12:24):
What do you want?

Speaker 7 (12:25):
Her birthday is in a couple of weeks, and your birthday.

Speaker 3 (12:28):
Yeah, what's your name?

Speaker 7 (12:30):

Speaker 3 (12:31):
And then you you do it because you're on right now.

Speaker 7 (12:33):
So go ahead, hey, Autumn. So I'll let you know
I love you. Happy birthday, birthday.

Speaker 3 (12:38):
And for you, Autumn, I gonna have you a gift here.
I'm gonna play the live version of Hobby Lobby Bobby. Oh,
that's cool. You can get on the internet. On the Internet.

Speaker 4 (12:44):
It's just on specifically. She's the only one that can
hear this. Everybody else can hear silence. Okay, a happy birthday.
Here's the raging idiots Hobby Lobby Bobby.

Speaker 1 (12:53):
Sometimes when you feeling blue, get some kind of construction
paper and some hot blue.

Speaker 3 (13:01):
You'll need some litter and some paper.

Speaker 1 (13:03):
Plates, some macaron are for the smiley face. Make some
planets out of styrofoam, pipe cliner replica of Game of Thrones,
paper machine.

Speaker 3 (13:18):
What do you say my name.

Speaker 1 (13:20):
Is Hobby liveby Bobby.

Speaker 3 (13:24):
If you like arts and crafts.

Speaker 6 (13:26):
Just call me.

Speaker 3 (13:28):
I can teach you all.

Speaker 8 (13:29):
Rick Gobby.

Speaker 6 (13:31):
My name is Hobby Lovey Bobby.

Speaker 3 (13:37):
It's Friday night and you've got nothing to do. There's
something coaster board down on out popstacle sticks saying Captain Balls.

Speaker 1 (13:48):
We're located down by the Beatle Hawk, paper and machine.

Speaker 3 (13:53):
What you say.

Speaker 6 (13:54):
My name is Hobby love Bobby. If you like arts
and crafts, just call me who I can teach you all.
Rick Gommy, My name is Hobby La Hobby Bobby.

Speaker 3 (14:11):
Two for the ribbon, two for the lace. Look for
the guy with the smiling face. That's me. My name
is Hobby Lo Bobby. If you like arts and crafts,
just call me. I can teach you all. Rick Gommy.

My name is Hobby lay Bobby. My name is That's
not who I can teach you. My name is.

Speaker 1 (14:50):
Here we are.

Speaker 11 (14:54):
Oh yeah, teach, It's time for the good news.

Speaker 8 (15:20):
So there is an eleven year old in Utah.

Speaker 5 (15:21):
Her name is Rossillie Olsen, and she saw the plans
for a playground that her city was going to do,
and she's looking at them. She's like, well, wait a second,
this isn't really gonna be good for families because I'm eleven.
I got a sister that's three. A lot of these
can't be played together. Like she couldn't go to the
park with her sister and have fun because it's age specific.

So she came up with her own plans, and she
presented them to the city of Clearfield, and they were
so impressed by her initiative and the inclusivity of her
design that they decided to change their plans and build
the playground based on this eleven year old's designs so successful.

Speaker 4 (16:01):
Yeah yeah, she even cared enough to think about that
at eleven.

Speaker 3 (16:05):
Yeah yeah, yeah, Like my kids would never think of that.
Every story about kid you don't have to bring up.
Your kids would not think about it. Just think there.
Every time there's like anywhere from eight to seventeen, it's like,
my kid will do that. I'm like, they're eleven years old.
In the parent it's not really on the kid, No, man,
some kids just have it. That's what parent kids just happened.

Speaker 8 (16:22):
Yeah, I agree, I think it's some kids.

Speaker 2 (16:24):
I mean, even when I was eleven, I looked at
a plan, I'm like, cool, I feel.

Speaker 3 (16:27):
Like you could have.

Speaker 4 (16:30):
Nurtured that part of their personality more and it could
be on you a bit more than them.

Speaker 2 (16:36):
If I saw a little bit of like, oh, you
know what, this kid has a different vision on things,
then I would like, Oh.

Speaker 3 (16:42):
But I'm saying, like the philanthropic, the giving back, like
you could have spent more time explaining the value of
that at an earlier age. Do you think you could
have done that with your kids?

Speaker 2 (16:48):
So we do that still sometimes, Like I even have
bags with like candy and money to give to homeless people,
and I'm like, oh, they'll take they'll take it on
some day.

Speaker 3 (16:56):
Did you jump late on it?

Speaker 6 (16:57):

Speaker 3 (16:58):
I do? Did you jump late on that? I don't know.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
He has they're all given out.

Speaker 3 (17:04):
I do have a d He wants to do mother
over here every time. That's a great kid. We love it.
That's what it's all about. Tell me something good.

Speaker 4 (17:17):
I'll give you three characters from a classic TV show.
You just named the show, and Morgan, I'm gonna have
your play too, even though you're younger than the other three,
and you get a two point advantage if I get
it right, you already have two points when the game starts.
Oh wow, it points, just even it out a little
bit like a golf hand. Yeah, I'm not scared. An

example would be if I were to say Michelle, Danny
and Joey.

Speaker 3 (17:42):
What show would that be? Fullhouse? It's an example. What well? Yes,
he's rushing to get it out, and he does gets
the point. Ready, everybody, Rose, Dorothy, Sophia, Rose, Dorothy, Sophia,

I'm in for the womb.

Speaker 10 (18:08):
Hold on, I see them. I see them and I
just can't remember their name.

Speaker 3 (18:11):
Are they in the room with us right now? Rose Dorothy? Alright, Morgan,
I go to you first.

Speaker 8 (18:19):
That's the the girls.

Speaker 3 (18:22):
I know that Eddie. Golden Girls is unbox. Eddie went
to high school with Rose Golden Girls.

Speaker 8 (18:29):
Golden Girls. I wanted to call them girls.

Speaker 3 (18:33):
Barney, Andy, Opie, I'm in Barney, Andy, Opie and in
for the win.

Speaker 4 (18:46):
And Morgan, I met your mother Okay, I think she
did like five ye.

Speaker 3 (18:54):
Barney and and taking Barney out? Andy and Opie? What
do you think that's from?

Speaker 8 (19:00):
Isn't there like a Andy show? Is there? Andy show?

Speaker 3 (19:03):
Sort of Eddie Andy Griffith Andy Griffith Show. What Griffith show.

Speaker 8 (19:11):

Speaker 3 (19:12):
Morgan? Do you recognize that? Do no? Not?

Speaker 8 (19:21):
Even a little bit.

Speaker 3 (19:21):
It's a whistle right, Moving on, Sam Norm Fraser in
in the win, Sam Norm Fraser, you Amy Morgan Fraser.
I knew you were gonna say that wrong. I knew

she was gonna bite on that one. The way she
was so adamant was like, definitely wrong, Fraser, that's been off.

Speaker 8 (19:49):
Oh come on.

Speaker 3 (19:51):
Eddie, that's cheers, lunchbox, cheers.

Speaker 8 (19:54):
Cheers stupid.

Speaker 3 (19:55):
It's classic TV shows, yeah, Morgan.

Speaker 8 (19:57):
Michigan for Your is a classic TV show.

Speaker 3 (20:01):
Alright, alright, Richie Arthur and Howard, Richie Arthur, Howard.

Speaker 8 (20:10):
And Richie What state it again?

Speaker 3 (20:18):
Richie Arthur Howard. I'm in for the whim.

Speaker 4 (20:26):
One of them is known by their nickname way more,
but Arthur's his name, one of them.

Speaker 3 (20:31):
Then I said, okay, Morgan.

Speaker 8 (20:35):
Three's company, Amy Archie Bunker Show.

Speaker 3 (20:40):
It's Frasier, Lunchbox, Happy Days, Happy Day, the fawns a.
Who's Richie rich Cunningham.

Speaker 2 (20:50):
That's that is actually, Oh no, no, no, who's Howard the
Dad Howard Cunningham.

Speaker 3 (20:54):
That's cool. Mike Carol Gregg, Mike, do you have any
points at all?

Speaker 7 (21:01):

Speaker 3 (21:03):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, Mike, Carol Greg When she's a little
born in the nineties, right this game, Morgan, you're born
in the nineties, ninety three? Sure what Neddie, Mike, Carol, Greg,
are you and Morgan? What do you have?

Speaker 8 (21:22):
Morgan, Mike and Molly.

Speaker 3 (21:25):
Ddy a candy. I'm gonna go with Brady Bunch, Mike
and Mollie.

Speaker 4 (21:29):
It was he was a cop or secure and she was, oh, okay, yeah, yeah,
she was.

Speaker 3 (21:33):
She's famous. Yeah, okay, what are you gonna say?

Speaker 7 (21:36):
She's what?

Speaker 3 (21:38):
Don't okay? Brady Bunch correct? Amy throwing things? Amy may
be funny. Baby was throwing the game, so she didn't
seem older. I really thought she was that on purpose.

Speaker 4 (21:51):
All right.

Speaker 3 (21:51):
We got three more Ellie May Jed Jethrow.

Speaker 9 (22:00):
And then I'm in, I'm in, I'm in for the wind, Lunchbox,
Beverly Hillbillies, Morgan, Beverly Hill Billy, Eddie, Beverly.

Speaker 5 (22:09):
Hillbillies, Beverly Hills, nine of them, Amy Stock joking.

Speaker 3 (22:15):
That's a good one, good joke. Good, you got it.
She got it there, Okay, Two more Kelly, Peggy al.

Speaker 8 (22:25):
And and then man in for the win.

Speaker 3 (22:34):
Morgan pears again. I don't know. Eddie married with children, correct, Lunchbox,
Married with Children, Married with Children. I have not seen
a single one of these shows yet. Oh you should
watch Married with Children's good.

Speaker 4 (22:49):
Okay, final points Morgan and last place with three? Yeah,
Amy with five, Lunchbox and Eddie are tied with seven.

Speaker 3 (22:58):
Let's go. Wow, here's what we're gonna do. It's it's
a speed around. But you can you buzz in your
name at anytime you get three. But I'm just gonna
get one name and I, oh my gosh, I'm sorry,
good luck, dude, No man, this is gonna be something
I don't I know it. It's so old. Here we go, Steve, Eddie, Eddie,
Family matters correct, let's go. Carl and Harriet were the

other two. That's one that was fast. It was fast
as rapid fire is risky. That's more his style. Yeah,
I know, I didn't know. I couldn't give a Steve.
What next one? Dans lunch Roseanne correct, Good job Dan,
Darlene and DJ. That was too fast, The quick and

the dead Connors. That's good. I almost said the Connors good.
That's good Dan. Yeah, you still I could.

Speaker 8 (23:52):
Have got that out.

Speaker 9 (23:54):
Not classic though, it's the new one.

Speaker 3 (23:56):
All right. Here we go, come on last one for
the one you can do it?

Speaker 2 (24:02):
Kelly Eddie Eddie Saved by the Bill, Kelly Samuel and
Gentry Samuel power Street.

Speaker 3 (24:10):
Wow, this is crazy. He's going Beverly Hills. Yeah, dude,
good job. Sometimes, mostly on Mondays because it's been a
whole three days of news, I'll read all of it
and I go, what's all with people? What's with people?

Speaker 4 (24:27):
Because I would think about my reaction to to some
of these things. It would never be what theirs are,
and I'd be like, am I broken?

Speaker 3 (24:34):
Or they know? It's gotta be what's wrong with people?
What's wrong with people? All right? Saying that here's the
first one with my voice heurds Man.

Speaker 4 (24:43):
Police in Michigan are searching for a couple accused of
running over a restaurant server. They were leaving in a
huff after a dispute over the bill, and the server
was running out to confront them for not paying for
the bill. They drove over her legs. She is expected
to recover, but they are searching for her now. Had
the license played d Y nine zero through three?

Speaker 3 (25:02):
Okay? Do you why?

Speaker 4 (25:03):
As they began to drive away, their server ran out
to confront them and said, hey, you got to pay
the rest of your bill. They laughed at her, and
she got in front of the car and then they
were like no, no, no, and then she got it. Looks
like she got behind it. Then they hit her boom,
and that was it. They drove off.

Speaker 3 (25:18):
The waitress was taking to the hospital to be treated
for injuries. CBS News, what's all people? With people? I
would just be like, move, move, I'm gonna hit you. Move.
Then I would just drive real slow because you can't
stop it even if it's slow. But then she'd be
forced to get out of the way. Also, I wouldn't
try to steal food a bill anyway. I might still
food if I'm hungry at the grocery store, but I
would steal food at like a Chili's.

Speaker 4 (25:40):
Because you know you're sitting there gonna see Yeah, you're
on camera. Yeah, that's that sucks for her.

Speaker 3 (25:46):
What's rolling people? What is wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (25:48):
A woman fakes seventeen pregnancies to collect maternity benefits and
skip work.

Speaker 3 (25:51):
Oh wow.

Speaker 4 (25:54):
Woman stands accused of faking no less than seventeen pregnancies
over the last twenty four years. Also five false birds
to receive one hundred and twenty thousand dollars and maternity benefits.

Speaker 3 (26:03):
Fifty years old. There's an unusual number of pregnancies over
the last twenty four years, and that's what she's made.
They have the names that I mean, that's all the
fake she did. She did a great job. That's pretty thing.
You got to remember it, though, it's like, hey, what
about little baby Abigail? Who oh, oh my baby Abby.

Speaker 4 (26:23):
So to declare all her pregnancy, she registered the medical
certificates with fog signature. They able to get one hundred
twenty thousand bucks a MILLI and maternity benefits.

Speaker 3 (26:31):
She'd been doing it since two thousand.

Speaker 4 (26:33):
Her luck ended last year when labor police started monitoring
her latest pregnancy. Labor police, so they call it, and
then the investigation and then boom, somebody knew told yeah,
they had invented the labor police. Then yeah, but seven
if she could have got away with that, well she
sort of.

Speaker 3 (26:50):
Does you know what I'm saying, Like, sob at sixteen should.

Speaker 4 (26:52):
Have been good'd been good. But imagine there are people
that have done this forever and not been cast. She
had the first one to do this, But that's bad.
What's wrong the people?

Speaker 3 (27:00):
Old people? Thank you?

Speaker 4 (27:02):
A man ha scammed out nearly three hundred and sixty
one thousand dollars after promises of love and money. He
he's from California.

Speaker 1 (27:10):
You know.

Speaker 3 (27:11):
It's a whole situation where people are sweet talking people
that are lonely. Yeah, there's a lot of them out there, man.
And then this Jenny is her name, lured him into.

Speaker 4 (27:21):
Sending them some money because she said she had access
to over two million dollars in an investment account, but
she needed first to pay off that taxes, so he
paid them for her.

Speaker 2 (27:31):
So he thought it was an investment. You get more
money from him, helped her out. Yeah, So I hate that.
And I don't know if Genny's a good person or not.

Speaker 3 (27:40):
No, Jenny not good. But it's not even a yeah.
Yeah that sucks.

Speaker 4 (27:46):
W n EP with that story with all people with
old people leads me to the story about Eddie almost
fell for a little scammer in an email and Morgan.

Speaker 3 (27:54):
Stopped stepped in to save you.

Speaker 2 (27:56):
If it wasn't for Morgan and my loud reaction because
I got an email and said your time off request
has been canceled.

Speaker 3 (28:02):
Oh I got that too.

Speaker 2 (28:03):
Yeah, and if you're gonna get my attention, you're gonna
mess with my time off requests?

Speaker 3 (28:07):
Do you even do it time off requests?

Speaker 2 (28:08):
No, that's where. But I didn't even realize that until
Morgan was like, what's wrong? And I told her, like,
this is crazy. My time off got cancer. She's like,
you don't get time off requests? Like, good point. And
then we looked into the email.

Speaker 3 (28:20):
I literally can thought you might have put in the
time off request.

Speaker 2 (28:23):
Well, yeah, I mean, you know, I don't know. Maybe
maybe Scuba or someone else does that for me, you know,
I don't.

Speaker 9 (28:28):
Know, Oh yeah, probably like Mike Dy was going to
your four one okay, my four one okay.

Speaker 2 (28:35):
But but Morgan was like, also too, there's misspelled words
in that email.

Speaker 3 (28:39):
So they got me and you got it too, did
you clean? I got it?

Speaker 9 (28:43):
And I was like I literally had the same thought
as Eddy. I was like, when did I put in
for time off?

Speaker 3 (28:47):
Because we love our time off. I mean, time off
is great. Ever put in for other than just email
and me going hey, it's a cool. No, that's the
only time off.

Speaker 9 (28:55):
I wouldn't even know how to do it, but I did,
literally for a second, go huh when did I put
him for time up?

Speaker 3 (29:01):
But and that's what Morgan hurts. She heard me go
time off.

Speaker 8 (29:05):
I didn't even have to see the email.

Speaker 10 (29:07):
I was like, don't click it.

Speaker 3 (29:09):
I don't click it.

Speaker 4 (29:10):
Guys, here's a voicemail we got.

Speaker 8 (29:13):
Okay, I just have a question for Lunchbucks and Bobby
and I guess oh show.

Speaker 3 (29:20):
So basically I never dated. You know, you still have
a thing with this guy named Charles whoa.

Speaker 6 (29:30):
Now I like the skin name Austin.

Speaker 12 (29:33):
But it's really unfortunate because they're actually best stressed.

Speaker 3 (29:37):
I like, I literally don't even know what to do
about that.

Speaker 8 (29:39):
I don't know, I just like Lunchbucks. They're probably gonna
have very different opinions on less though. I don't know.

Speaker 4 (29:45):
You're a kid. They're fine, you want to. I don't
know what they call it nowt go study. No, they
don't call it that.

Speaker 3 (29:53):
Court stand. They don't go really to the sock off either.
They're together, like yeah together.

Speaker 4 (30:01):
Just it's okay, And those two will get into like
a little fake fistfight that one of them hits one,
and they'll best friends again. If you like the one,
just to day to whoever you want you're young. Now
if it's best friends, then you're like seventeen and older.
It gets to be a different story because people start
murdering then.

Speaker 12 (30:13):
Oh yeah, wow whoa No, yeah, fifteen, you're.

Speaker 9 (30:17):
Not a murder I mean in seventh grade, this girl, Kim,
Aaron and I both liked her and she picked me,
and I told Aaron, don't worry, dude, two weeks and
then you can have her.

Speaker 3 (30:28):
And so I broke up with her two weeks later,
and then Aaron dated. Oh you did that for Aaron?

Speaker 4 (30:31):
Yeah, RAYMONDO met his wife because his wife was matched
one of his friends on a nap.

Speaker 3 (30:36):

Speaker 12 (30:36):
Yeah, it was a weekend. It wasn't a long period
of time. My buddy was just here for a date.
I just said match on an app. Right, I didn't
say they were engaged. We met her her at the
same time. No, no, but she matched with him on
the app.

Speaker 3 (30:50):
Correct. Correct.

Speaker 4 (30:51):
But my point is, if it's somebody that you really
like the surface, quick, that don't matter.

Speaker 3 (30:57):
Don't matter. So date Charles and Rick and Buddy and whoever.
I don't care even if they're friends, because they'll still
be friends and you'll eventually think all three of them
are d bags, So who cares? It's usually how it goes.

Speaker 4 (31:09):
That's usually how it goes. Yeah. Uh, here is Reese
from Texas.

Speaker 5 (31:13):
There's a morning corny for you.

Speaker 3 (31:15):
How does the penguin make its house?

Speaker 8 (31:18):
It glues it together. We love you guys.

Speaker 3 (31:21):
It lose it together. Good One.

Speaker 5 (31:26):
Pile of Stories, an FBI behavioral analyst shared six ways
to get people to like you.

Speaker 3 (31:33):
You ready, Give them money, rub their shoulders, well, I
got a lot of these. Give them a new car,
give them a new house, give them a conflident, give
them go ahead.

Speaker 8 (31:43):
Okay, Well, first of all, don't be judgmental.

Speaker 3 (31:45):
Yah, but how do you know that? Quickly? I had?

Speaker 4 (31:48):
Knowing that someone's not judgmental is an investment thing that
I learned after a lot of time.

Speaker 3 (31:51):
And if I don't like somebody, I'm not gonna give
them a lot of time.

Speaker 8 (31:54):
Uh. Put aside your ego never, I never do that.

Speaker 5 (31:58):
Be a good listener, Ask the right questions I'm good
at that make them feel at ease.

Speaker 3 (32:04):
Questions and all jokes aside.

Speaker 4 (32:06):
Asking people questions about themselves is the greatest way to
one get yourself acclimated into a new environment with people
you don't know, and also to get people to like you,
because it may feel like you're asking somebody a lot
of questions, but to the person that's answering them, they
just feel like, oh, somebody's interested in no matter who
it is. They like to talk about everybody likes talk
about themselves. So that is always the greatest equalizer when

it comes to not knowing folks getting into a group
of people you don't know, if like a friend brings
you there the head other people or being on a day,
if you just ask questions, no one goes. Man, they
should ask me a lot of questions. Now if the
questions are like what's the last four your checking account?
Like that's issue, But about live ask questions people love it.

Speaker 5 (32:47):
Well, you got to make them feelities, So yeah, it
has to be the right give them up shoulders no.
And the last one is pay attention to body language.

Speaker 3 (32:55):
Not two attention though, don't stare you know that gets
a yeah.

Speaker 5 (33:00):
Well, I think it's just like knowing when to like, okay,
conversation's over or.

Speaker 3 (33:04):
You're just a creep. Then if she's like no, and
then you're like, yes, that's a creep.

Speaker 5 (33:08):
Okay, So you know why police officers touch the back
of the car during traffic stops.

Speaker 3 (33:14):
Great question.

Speaker 4 (33:15):
Is it a car only in their mind? Or is
it a car that is a what do you call
those things where like they do the Tupac hologram.

Speaker 3 (33:24):
Oh, a hologram car might not be real.

Speaker 8 (33:30):
That's not it.

Speaker 5 (33:31):
But there's a bunch of viral videos of police stops
and it's like it's video is a just show, like
tapping the back of the car.

Speaker 2 (33:38):
Door though, and tap the top of it, dude like
Notre Dame football like eleven I did touch it.

Speaker 5 (33:43):
Yeah, I'm sure we have some police officers listens. I
don't know if this is for sure for shirt, but
research shows that, for one, they probably want to make
sure that no one's going to pop out of the
back of.

Speaker 8 (33:53):
The trunk with a gun.

Speaker 3 (33:54):
What that can't be true. This is already dumb DumbLand.

Speaker 8 (34:01):
The next one's good.

Speaker 5 (34:02):
I'm saying if the trunk is kind of popped a
little bit, they're making sure.

Speaker 3 (34:06):
Yeah, no, crap, what trunks he popped a little bit? Whatever?

Speaker 8 (34:08):
That woman might not be great.

Speaker 5 (34:10):
This one is it's to put fingerprints on the car
to serve as evidence that they were there in the
event that something happens.

Speaker 3 (34:18):
That's cool, that's cool, But I don't think that's real.
That's real.

Speaker 8 (34:22):
Again, I said, we probably have.

Speaker 3 (34:25):
Not anymore. They heard this crap. They're never listening. No,
do you have any more that might be truer it
was from Bible. We're gonna go with the hologram car then, guys,
I like that, Yeah, all right, what else?

Speaker 8 (34:36):
No, next time I get pulled over, I'm pay attention.

Speaker 3 (34:37):

Speaker 8 (34:37):
If he touches that's the back of my car.

Speaker 7 (34:41):

Speaker 3 (34:41):
Mostly I'm just like, god, damn it, attention.

Speaker 5 (34:44):
Actually, last time you and I both got pulled over
by the same state trooper.

Speaker 3 (34:47):
Yeah, but we weren't doing anything that bad.

Speaker 8 (34:51):
We had our phones in our hands.

Speaker 3 (34:54):
Yeah, but oh, you guys are crazy, exactly, Goes, I said,
not that bad name, Goes. I mean, I was like,
wait a minute, I missed.

Speaker 8 (35:01):
So I'm also trying to live. But the example to
my children makes.

Speaker 3 (35:04):
It like we're dog fighting in the front seat. All right, go.

Speaker 8 (35:07):
Ahead, So speaking of cops like that right right?

Speaker 3 (35:11):
Never laughs, Ray never laughs. I watch him all the time.
He never I can't break up.

Speaker 8 (35:15):
Can you say it again? Because I was thinking about my.

Speaker 3 (35:16):
Next story Nope, moving on, because it's not funny. You
have to go back, go back podcast.

Speaker 5 (35:23):
Okay, So jelly Roll was once sued by a waffle
house for copyright infringement because he put out a mixed
tape called Whiskey Whedon waffle House and then.

Speaker 8 (35:32):
He used the waffle house logo.

Speaker 3 (35:35):
That's a cover. I can't do that, and so, yes,
you can't use a cover of Yeah this is old
school jelly roll though.

Speaker 5 (35:43):
Yeah, so he got this is back in twenty thirteen,
he got a ceasoned assist letter.

Speaker 8 (35:46):
They froze his YouTube channel. He says, this whole big debacle.

Speaker 5 (35:49):
They ended up settling the case for ten thousand dollars.
And then he changed the name of the album to
Whiskey Weed and Women, and then.

Speaker 3 (35:56):
He put season Whiskey Weed not Hots.

Speaker 8 (35:59):
No this though he ceased and desist. Is the logo
nice instead?

Speaker 5 (36:03):
But yeah, that's good jelly Real City's learned a lot
since then.

Speaker 3 (36:06):
Maybe it's enough press, like when the NBA was starting
to sue us over what Oh my god, d to
jump out of a seat.

Speaker 8 (36:11):
Now, I'm gonna tell you my favorite part of the story.

Speaker 3 (36:12):
Next, you just go ahead, dumb with.

Speaker 5 (36:13):
The story okay, he said that. Hey, He's like, hey guys,
this is a big deal, Like we're gaining popularity. Waffle
House is suing us, like people are talking about us.
NBA threatened us in a nice way.

Speaker 4 (36:26):
At first, they were like, you need to take the
video down, or because we do a show called too
much Access, and he got into a whole whole deal
with them, and then after like five weeks was great,
it's up.

Speaker 3 (36:35):
Now our episode's up.

Speaker 4 (36:36):
But I said on the show, I was like, if
finally get sued for a little bit, I can turn
that into good press for.

Speaker 3 (36:41):
People even know about the show. And my wife was like, stop,
that's the stupidest idea ever. We don't want to have
to pay anything in legal legal bills. So but now
it's up too much access to Indiana pacers. Are you
gonna tell us what I can't write now? It's still
statue lamentations. I've just said those were but it's still
all in there.

Speaker 8 (36:57):
We just have to watch and figure out.

Speaker 3 (37:00):
I can't write now. I can't write now.

Speaker 4 (37:02):
But if you watch it, maybe you can see a
sliver of the reason that we were banned from loading
the video. We cut most out, but you can still
like slightly see something.

Speaker 3 (37:11):
You don't cratch it the first time. Watch it again. Yeah,
so too much access and again and again so on
my Instagram, mister Bobby Bones are too much access dot
com Indiana Pacers.

Speaker 8 (37:19):
All right, Amy, I'm Amy. That's my pile.

Speaker 3 (37:22):
That was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 4 (37:26):
Like Bobby, his birthday's coming up.

Speaker 3 (37:32):
Name is Mike Drummond. They were like, hey, body, what's up.
What's up for your birthday? He was like, I want
to do something for somebody else. Basically I got enough stuff,
and so he's like, let's pay off the lunch debts
to some kids at the local school, which is such
a great idea. It doesn't get thought about first because
there's no real public proclamation of it. But he had
heard about it, and in.

Speaker 4 (37:52):
Like two days, just by talking to his friends, they'd
raised over two thousand dollars in donations and they paid
down the.

Speaker 3 (37:56):
Whole school lunch debt, which is awesome.

Speaker 4 (37:58):
Superintendent, It's like, it's so generous that you would think
about it, because that's again, it's not something that's presented
as a we need help doing this, but it is
something that a lot of kids need help.

Speaker 3 (38:07):
They just don't kind of keep that database. But we
found do we find a way? Do you just call
the schools?

Speaker 7 (38:11):

Speaker 5 (38:12):
So I found it to be a little difficult to
get the amount.

Speaker 3 (38:17):
And you don't have the individual kids Amy, Amy's I
don't know how much is this money?

Speaker 5 (38:20):
No, we were calling specific schools and trying to say like.

Speaker 4 (38:23):
Hey, waiting outside the school for kids, Hey, kid any money?

Speaker 5 (38:26):
So what I took from that is like they're not
used to people, so like, wait, what do we say?
I don't know really how to handle this, but I
do advise people to do it. I think it's a
great way to give back to your community in a
way that not a lot of people think of.

Speaker 4 (38:38):
Especially if you're in a small town. You probably know
some people a teacher. You just ask them, hey, could
you find this out for me? And if they can
and do, then you could actually help do it.

Speaker 5 (38:48):
Yeah, Because I don't know if some of it was
maybe kept private because they can't give.

Speaker 3 (38:51):
You the wantity number. That was tough.

Speaker 5 (38:54):
I just thought that there was like an overall debt, what.

Speaker 3 (38:57):
Is it all? Right?

Speaker 4 (38:58):
Well, the thought was there and the heart was there.
He actually did it, so I'm gonna circle back. Okay,
circle back, all.

Speaker 3 (39:05):
Right, there we go. Thank you. That's what it's all about.
That was telling me something good.
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