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May 13, 2024 76 mins

Amy recaps her Mother's Day weekend, which included unexpected gifts from her children that they bought while with their dad. Plus, Lunchbox is in a fight with his wife over his choice of travel for a family trip to Atlanta.

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

Speaker 2 (00:11):
Welcome, Hope you had a great weekend. Glad you're here.
Morning Studio Money. All right, we're gonna do and our
get to know segment. Everybody has breaking news, breaking news,
BREGGI news. I'm gonna go around the room and everybody's
gonna share set. I'm just kidding. The only one breaking
news is Morgan. Morgan breaking news.

Speaker 1 (00:31):
Yeah, go ahead, are you ready?

Speaker 2 (00:32):
We're ready?

Speaker 1 (00:34):
I have a boyfriend.

Speaker 2 (00:39):
Whow for those that are new, Oh, the trials and
tribulations of Morgan. Yeah, having a boyfriend and not, then
having a boyfriend and not, and then looking not and
then yeah, and then she meets this guy and man
in uniform and he disappears and comes back, and Amy's
like he's living a double lot before Like.

Speaker 1 (01:00):
Right, that was a theory.

Speaker 2 (01:01):
Yeah, yeah, you were very strong. Yeah, but you're strong.

Speaker 1 (01:04):
But now that they're officially together, all back off.

Speaker 3 (01:07):
I will he proves he's innocent.

Speaker 1 (01:12):
Now, okay, he was a little guilty of.

Speaker 2 (01:14):
He was guilty. But so Morgan, why, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (01:18):
I don't know what to ask because I don't know
much about it. So you kept a secret. Good job,
what's up?

Speaker 1 (01:23):
Well, we've been dating. I mean we've been.

Speaker 5 (01:26):
We started like we met each other beginning of March,
so that's kind of the timeline. And he's just a lovely,
incredible human.

Speaker 4 (01:33):
You met him where we met on hinge And did
you have a bunch of little fires going at the
time or it was one of your times when you
quit for a long time and went back.

Speaker 1 (01:44):
No, but I had just changed my dating profile.

Speaker 5 (01:46):
I had been more intentional about what I was putting
on my dating profile, so went from like fun and
flirty to like a little flirty but mostly serious.

Speaker 2 (01:53):
So what about him on the app stood out to you?

Speaker 5 (01:58):
He just seems well, I don't know, like something about
just the way he presented himself, like in his pictures.
He just seemed like very cool, calm, collected and like nice.

Speaker 2 (02:08):
So how did you guys define the relationship?

Speaker 5 (02:12):
It happened after he had got back and was just
like it was it gone again?

Speaker 1 (02:16):
No, this was the.

Speaker 5 (02:17):
Time like after he got back and I've just been
kind of sitting on it and enjoying it. He was
just like, I like, I'm so happy you're still around
because doing what he does, he's used to people not
being able to deal with the fact.

Speaker 1 (02:29):
That he's gone for work.

Speaker 2 (02:31):
By the way, I think I'm the only one that
really knows what he does.

Speaker 4 (02:34):
You are because I think she told me I had
to write it down so I could protect it, so
because I know I can protect.

Speaker 6 (02:39):
It a bit.

Speaker 5 (02:40):
But okay, yeah, so he came back, he's like, dang,
Like I'm surprised.

Speaker 1 (02:43):
We went on.

Speaker 5 (02:44):
We had like a whole weekend together, like just going
on dates and hanging out, and then at the end
of the weekend that conversation happened.

Speaker 2 (02:51):
Who brings it up?

Speaker 5 (02:52):
You were him, well, I've kind of made a joke
and was.

Speaker 2 (02:56):
Like, not really joke, joke. I got.

Speaker 7 (02:58):
Well, I was like, this feels my girlfriend duties.

Speaker 1 (03:01):
And he was like, well, yeah you are.

Speaker 5 (03:02):
And I was like, wait what And then the conversation happened.

Speaker 2 (03:08):
Okay, that's pretty cool.

Speaker 1 (03:10):
It was the girlfriend duty.

Speaker 2 (03:12):
I don't know.

Speaker 5 (03:13):
I was meeting a lot of his friends, a lot
of his people that were close.

Speaker 1 (03:20):
To him, and I was like, these are girlfriend responsibilities.

Speaker 2 (03:22):
There was a reason I didn't follow.

Speaker 1 (03:25):
Hey, everybody can ask a question.

Speaker 4 (03:27):
I'll allow question, but yes or no or super specific,
because you know some people are going to go way
specific and you don't want to.

Speaker 2 (03:33):
I don't know where you want to be.

Speaker 1 (03:35):
Yeah, that's true. Well, she can choose to say, yeah, okay, yeah.

Speaker 2 (03:38):
Amy, what is your question? I'll go first? How tall
is he?

Speaker 5 (03:42):
I think he's like five eight five nine Morgan's.

Speaker 1 (03:47):
Five foot though.

Speaker 2 (03:47):
Yeah, that's true. You are we little?

Speaker 1 (03:49):
Everybody everybody's taller than.

Speaker 2 (03:50):
Me, that's true. Yeah, okay, you know I thought it'd
be taller. Interesting, I didn't think it'd be taller.

Speaker 1 (03:58):
Okay, he's a short king.

Speaker 2 (04:01):
Maybe gets another question? Oh I asked that one. I
guess you have.

Speaker 3 (04:04):
One in addition to that, Well, how much are y'all
hanging out now that it's changed, Like as y'all's hanging out,
is it more or less?

Speaker 1 (04:14):
You still like living your lives individually?

Speaker 5 (04:16):
Still living our lives individually, and we still hang out
a lot.

Speaker 1 (04:19):
We're both traveling.

Speaker 2 (04:20):
Back to She's like, okay, so does he ever call
you a different name?

Speaker 5 (04:29):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (04:30):
Yeah, yeah, you like? Is he married? Does he have
a tan on his ring finger? Okay? So still both
very independent, both very independent.

Speaker 5 (04:40):
We're both traveling a lot right now, but lots of
face times, lots of hanging out in person.

Speaker 7 (04:44):
It's a good mix of both right now, lunchbox, a
lot of face time.

Speaker 2 (04:49):
Yeah, like he's gone again, faces travels, so I can't
be what I'm gonna be mad at something?

Speaker 1 (04:56):
Were traveling work?

Speaker 2 (04:58):
How you get one question?

Speaker 1 (04:59):
You can just asked?

Speaker 2 (05:00):
I didn't you answered it was a statement? Mine was
a statement. Okay? How many weeks out of the weeks
you've known him? Has he been gone out of town?

Speaker 4 (05:11):
So you've known him for March? So for March, for April? Uh,
basically two May. So you're looking at roughly ten weeks?

Speaker 1 (05:19):
Yeah, like four and a half.

Speaker 5 (05:22):
What but it's coming up where he's not.

Speaker 2 (05:28):
Gonna have to sound Why did you say life? He
gets here? Life? Okay, Eddie, go ahead.

Speaker 8 (05:35):
How different is this guy from any of your other boyfriends?

Speaker 2 (05:39):
Question? Because she's really picked some losers.

Speaker 1 (05:42):
Okay, no offense to me either.

Speaker 2 (05:44):
I think you call them losers though.

Speaker 5 (05:45):
To be fair, very different. I mean, he's just everything
about him is different than what I would normally date.
We're our personalities are pretty different. He's much more cool,
Like I said cool, He's very cool, con collect and
very patient, very like, great listener, and very secure in himself.

Speaker 2 (06:04):
Is he jacked or is that two questions. That's two.
I hold that until next round. Okay, Okay, I hold it.
I feel like he's going.

Speaker 4 (06:10):
I don't even know what he looks like, but I
feel like he's not a guy that wears a lot
of hair product and chains.

Speaker 1 (06:15):
He doesn't.

Speaker 2 (06:16):
He does not he that's kind of like Morgan's old type. Yeah,
hair product and chains.

Speaker 4 (06:22):
This guy though, I feel like that's not him, and
I don't even know, but I'm happy for you.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
Thank you. Has he done any more of those.

Speaker 2 (06:28):
Like I don't even know where you're going with stalker things?

Speaker 1 (06:31):
No, like he is he?

Speaker 3 (06:33):
No, I didn't say that like when he got it
like they're not elaborating, that's what it's called.

Speaker 1 (06:40):
Is he love bombs anymore? He's not love bombing. He
just loving like, but he's done very sweet gestures yet.
But what's one of they haven't shared with us yet?

Speaker 2 (06:52):
What was that? No?

Speaker 1 (06:53):
He interesting? I'm trying to figure out what to share.

Speaker 2 (06:56):
Hold hold it, Okay, we'll come back. Okay, this is
already a lot.

Speaker 1 (06:59):
This is all.

Speaker 2 (07:00):
It's really cool though, it's really cool. I just I
wanted to be a happy.

Speaker 3 (07:03):
We are we are, Stop putting me in that category.
I feel like things I say are not.

Speaker 2 (07:08):
Necessarily under like under us went fifty to fifty life like.

Speaker 1 (07:12):
So that's good to have your fit.

Speaker 2 (07:14):
No, that's not what you meant, Morgan. Congratulations, we're gonna
it's time to open up the mail bag? Do you
send the game mail and breathing all the air?

Speaker 9 (07:25):
Pick something we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (07:28):
Yeah, hello, oh Bobby Bones. I'm forty years old. I
want to make a change in my life. I'm thinking
about going back to college to get my bachelor's degree.
I'm nervous about being so much older than other students
and whether I'll be able to handle the coursework after
so long and also with my job. What can I
do to get myself ready for this change? Do you
think I'll have trouble fitting in as an older student

(07:48):
signed non traditional traditional student? So if your question is
what can I do to get myself ready, it's just
do it. You're never going to be because you don't
know what you're getting yourself into. You say that yourself like, well,
I be able to handle.

Speaker 4 (08:02):
The way that you'll know you'll be able to handle
is you get in, mix it up and figure out
the time you need to dedicate to both places. If
you're just sitting around kicking rocks through, letting time pass
you by, you're going to feel even more awkward, even
more awkward, or you're getting older.

Speaker 2 (08:15):
You shouldn't feel award anyway. But all these feelings you
have now are just gonna get worse and worse. What's
gonna happen is you're going to get in, doesn't matter
what situation is, and you're going to realize nobody's looking
at your funny, nobody cares. Everybody's so focused on themselves.
You'll probably be so much better at school than you
were when you were in school the first time, anyway,
because it actually matters to you.

Speaker 1 (08:33):
Absolutely.

Speaker 4 (08:34):
So if your question is what can I do to
get myself ready for this change, the answer is sign up,
go to class scheduled around work. You star have to work.
And do you think I'll have trouble fitting in? Doesn't matter?
You're not there to fit in. Are you going to
fit in as far as I go to parties? And no,
of course not. But nobody cares.

Speaker 2 (08:54):
You're gonna be the student everybody wants to be in
a team with the project, because you're gonna be the
one that cares, does the work.

Speaker 4 (09:00):
Yeah, so if you continue to wait, you'll just regret
the time that you wasted waiting.

Speaker 2 (09:07):
If you're going to do it, go go right now,
turn me off, turn my voice off.

Speaker 8 (09:11):
Go just go sit in any class I got, I
got something ahead. I disagree place do you got to
go shopping? Go go shopping. Look at what the kids
are wearing school clothes, go back to school shopping. Because
like I would remember when I was in college and
there was this older lady that came and everyone's just.

Speaker 2 (09:27):
Like, oh my gosh, like what's she doing here?

Speaker 8 (09:29):
You gotta blend in because it's distracting, and this lady
she was.

Speaker 3 (09:32):
Always like everybody was not like, oh my gosh, what
does she doing?

Speaker 2 (09:37):
This lady too, was like so annoying with the whole, Like, well.

Speaker 8 (09:41):
When I work and I'm forty years old, like and
she always just don't do that.

Speaker 2 (09:45):
You've got to blend in. Wear clothes like they're wearing,
you know, wear clothes like they're wearing.

Speaker 1 (09:50):
No education, Like why did you?

Speaker 2 (09:55):
I felt like this lady should have done that, but
she did. She has left a bad impression on you
for other generations. Dude or lady or whomever you are.
Just go, just go, just go do it. You're gonna
love it. It's gonna be hard, but it's gonna be
worth it. Get started as soon as you can. All Right,
that's the mail bag. Close it.

Speaker 6 (10:10):
We've got your geen mail and we laid it on
the air.

Speaker 8 (10:14):
Now it's side the clothes Bobby failed that year.

Speaker 4 (10:18):
I will give you three characters from a TV show
you named. The show we talked about on the show
last week. To spin off of the Office is coming
up on Peacock. So if I were to say Michael,
Dwight and Jim, that would be go until you can't go.
It's eliminator style, survivor style. If you miss it, you're out.

(10:39):
The three characters are Joey, Michelle and Stephanie.

Speaker 2 (10:44):
What TV show is that? Joey, Michelle and Stephanie. Let
me know when you're in lunch Box, Full House, Amy, Eddie,
Full House forret. Good Job, Everybody survives. Next up, Corey
Sean to Panga. I'm in Corey Seawan and to Panga.

(11:08):
Lunchbox Boy meets.

Speaker 10 (11:09):
World, Eddie Boy meets World. Good Job, Everybody survives. Samantha Charlotte, Miranda.

Speaker 2 (11:22):
I'm in for the wim and w whoa, whoa whoa.

Speaker 4 (11:25):
Samantha Charlotte Miranda.

Speaker 2 (11:31):
Okay, I guess that's where I lose, where you no
longer survived. I don't know, wish, I like a paintball
going on survivor games where it's like I.

Speaker 8 (11:40):
Hate that Charlotte Miranda and Susan Samantha Charlotte Miranda.

Speaker 2 (11:51):
I'm in Eddie Charmed Lunchbox, Sex and the City, Sex
and the City Direct Eddie route over the top rope,
you don't survive, stupid next one, Walter Jesse Skyler in
only two remain Walter Jesse Skyler, Edie don't know this

(12:14):
one either. Face it can use it, face it go ahead,
Amy breaking bad, watch Box breaking bad, Good job, Skyler's
the mom. Yeah, Deborah Robert Marie, I'm in, man, Deborah

(12:35):
Robert Marie. What show is that? Amy?

Speaker 1 (12:38):
Everybody loves Raymond?

Speaker 2 (12:39):
Correct? Lunchbox, everybody loves Raymond correct, Sam Diane Woody, lunch
is not going to the paper. Oh he's down, He's
finally down, Sam Diane Woodie. I'm in for the wind

(13:06):
Lunchbox and were you in that? I'm writing a novel
over there.

Speaker 1 (13:12):
I'm got too that I'm going back for the same night. Okay,
I guess I'm in Amy.

Speaker 10 (13:16):
You got to eat in cheers, lunchbox cheers correct, Okay, Johns, m.

Speaker 11 (13:25):
Rick, Darryl Carl, Oh that's quick, Rick, Darryl, Carl, I'm
in for the I used to get so mad at Carl.

Speaker 2 (13:39):
I hated Carl once he got older. Lunchbox family matters incorrect.
Why would you hate that, Carl? Amy for the Wind's
walking walking dead, Carl, stupid kid. He's like always run
off and he'd be like, there's zobbies out there, Carl.
If I were to say, Kevin, Paul and Wayne, that's one,

(14:01):
Kevin Paul and Wayne, you are the winner, will play
your song. Kevin Paul and.

Speaker 1 (14:04):
Wayne Kevin Paul, Wayne.

Speaker 2 (14:10):
Kevin and Wayne were brothers, shot up.

Speaker 4 (14:12):
Wayne Paul was the best friend. Paul was also rumored
to be Marilyn Manson, but not true. Oh how about
Denarious Circe.

Speaker 2 (14:27):
Circe, no Game of.

Speaker 1 (14:28):
Thron Sorry from the yes, I got right up to
the where I was gonna win and.

Speaker 2 (14:36):
Just where you needed to be. What you want to
speed round? For three? All you guys? Yeah, okay for
second place. Yeah, okay, only you two then then you
got the champ second place.

Speaker 8 (14:45):
Let's go, oh, Paulie, Eddie, Eddie, Jersey Shore in correct.

Speaker 2 (14:54):
You think Paulie Shore is the person that's I don't know.
I don't know any of those people you think about
DJ Poul Is that it? I don't know. Yeah, Adriana,
Polly and Tony Lunchbox, lunchbox, you're you're the sopranos. Correct one,
dang ye for the silver medal here Hurley, Eddie Eddie lost. Correct.

(15:21):
Let's go, oh.

Speaker 4 (15:23):
You're and Jack we are everybody. We're down to the
final one for second place. Jamie Nate.

Speaker 8 (15:38):
Keeley, Eddie, Eddie said Lasso correct.

Speaker 2 (15:44):
Hey, I love being second place, Silver Lunchbox. If you
get a bronze medal, you gotta get this one to
get a bronze medal. Reese how Dewey, it's Malcolm in
the middle, Amy Gold, Eddie Silver Lunchbox bronze.

Speaker 7 (16:02):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 12 (16:08):
Alex Taylor is a eleven year old boy scout from
Kansas City, was on vacation in Hawaii.

Speaker 2 (16:14):
Hello, man, what's happening right now? You know he's just
relaxed Okay, go ahead.

Speaker 12 (16:21):
He's relaxing on the beach and all of a sudden
there's a woman in the water that's struggling, you know,
strong current. He was like, I'm a boy scout, I
learned how to save people, got out there, grabbed her,
wrapped her.

Speaker 2 (16:34):
Up, and swam her ashore. How old was he? He's eleven.

Speaker 4 (16:38):
Dang thing about people rescuing other folks, Eddie, I know
you're gonna jump in here. I'm waiting is that they
have to risk their life to go and save a life.
Like if somebody's struggling fighting a current, another human body
has to go out and actually fight that current as
well and be strong enough to get them both out
of there. Is that eleven year old boy went and
risk his life to save her life. Now, some of
our show have been lifeguards. Go ahead, and I had

(17:00):
a double save one time.

Speaker 8 (17:01):
I got three saves under my belt, but one was
a double save and it was I was a lifeguard.

Speaker 2 (17:06):
And this kid jumps in from.

Speaker 8 (17:08):
The diving board and the mom's like, oh my gosh,
she can't swim, So I'm about to jump in, But
before I jump in, the mom tries to jump in
save her own child.

Speaker 2 (17:16):
She can't swim either, so you're telling me you how
to save them both.

Speaker 8 (17:18):
So I had to grab the kid first, because that's
almost like the like the airplane rules, you know, like
put the mask on the kid first.

Speaker 2 (17:23):
No first, okay, well then the opposite of the airplane
on airplane run buddy.

Speaker 8 (17:28):
Yes, I jumped in, grabbed the kid, then saved them all,
double saved.

Speaker 2 (17:32):
And you know, my son just wrote a report on
this on your double save. He said, Dad, did you
ever have a job when you were a kid. I'm like,
let me tell you, son. So no, No, that's a
great story though. Yours is good. Okay, thank you Mann
Mutch about your story is great. That is what it's
all about. That was telling me something good on the
Bobby Bones Show. Now the Juda your new records out

(17:55):
Where did you get music as a kid?

Speaker 4 (17:57):
Has it always been digitally or did you ever go
to a record store your whole life?

Speaker 6 (18:00):
I mean, I guess best Buy? Yeah, I mean it
was like Walmart.

Speaker 2 (18:04):
So did you ever buy CDs? Yeah? Early on I
bought CDs from Target, but early early on for you guys, yeah,
I mean I guess Spotify and everything kind of started
do you ever have Napster?

Speaker 6 (18:16):
Yeah, we definitely had an napster.

Speaker 2 (18:17):
Okay. I just kind of wonder because everybody now, even
within a ten year gap, has a different place where
music started for them. Because for me, it was as
a kid.

Speaker 4 (18:25):
I'm older than you, but it was tapes and yeah,
you buy a tape, and then from tape I went
to CD.

Speaker 2 (18:32):
That was very much in CD. First two CDs ever,
Mariah Carey and ACDC same time. Very very I'm very
you know. My interest in her was that Columbia house. No, no, no,
Columbia house at everything. You guys familiar with Columbia House. No.
So they would send you, like tenny ten CDs for
a penny, and then they'd keep sending you CDs and
charge you for real price. It was like almost like
a scam.

Speaker 6 (18:53):
Sound sounds sounded like how much do you get paid
for streaming?

Speaker 2 (18:56):
It's a new Columbia house, that's correct, And so then
it was now and then it's you know everything, But
where do you guys make any money at all from streaming?
Do you feel it? Or is it all tour now?

Speaker 4 (19:09):
Like when you're making your music for your career so
you can support yourself where do you Where does the
most of the money come from the touring.

Speaker 6 (19:16):
The Bybone show?

Speaker 2 (19:17):
Yeah, well we pay nothing, So you guys are screwed.

Speaker 13 (19:20):
No, I mean, I mean the pandemic honestly changed a
lot for a lot of bands. You know, touring is
so expensive now just with you know, after the pandemic,
everybody kind of being out. But I think for us
it's like we just I don't know, like touring has
always been like a mechanism for us to do what
we like love to do, which is play live music,

(19:42):
and a lot of our records kind of warrant themselves
to our live show.

Speaker 2 (19:44):
What about merch then, is that where you? Is that
an income stream strong enough?

Speaker 6 (19:49):
I don't really know how we make money.

Speaker 2 (19:50):
That's fair enough.

Speaker 6 (19:52):
We just make the music, man.

Speaker 4 (19:53):
It just shows up somehow. You just keep making good music. Hey,
So what's the difference? Because listen, I'm a fan. I
listened to all all your music this but every record
it feels like it has like a different message behind
it or some deep meaning or at least in my
knowing of you, one record you're like, I felt super
passionate about this at this time.

Speaker 2 (20:10):
What's new record that so now what is the kind
of the central theme.

Speaker 13 (20:14):
So it's about the process of grief. I went through
a pretty painful divorce, a lot of just a lot
of wild life stuff happening in a couple of people
close with me lost their life to suicide, and I
didn't really know how to grieve, to be honest with you,
and so after the divorce, it kind of kind of
culminated into this, like, hey, you got you have to

(20:35):
either like process this or not. And so I learned
a lot about the stages of grief, just the Cooper
Rossis stages, which seemed to be pretty effective for me.

Speaker 2 (20:44):
I don't know what you just said, the Cooper Rossis stages.

Speaker 13 (20:46):
Yeah, it's a Cooper ross Is the author of these
stages that we chose, which is denial, anger, bargaining, depression,
and acceptance.

Speaker 4 (20:54):
Did you learn about Were you dealing with it and
you weren't familiar, you didn't know how to process it?
But then you learned about this and then it helped.

Speaker 13 (21:02):
Correct Yeah, And because I was, I mean, I grew
up an athlete, so I wanted, like give me a
plan or a system to kind of heal my broken
heart essentially, and nothing was really working, and so I
think once we kind of dove into the reality of
like getting to the forgiveness and acceptance portion of what

(21:23):
was kind of going on in my story, I think
that that was when I really, as we were writing
the record, really began to heal and kind of unfold
unpack when I was in denial, didn't even know it,
when I had these anger spouts, and I'm not really
good at anger, you know, and so like learning how
to really accept all these emotions that are happening at

(21:43):
once was, you know, was really difficult for me.

Speaker 6 (21:46):
So getting to write this record proved to be pretty healing.

Speaker 2 (21:48):
Did you feel like then, as you're writing it, even
the writing process was a bit different or vulnerable or darker,
since this is definitely a difficult subject just in general, I.

Speaker 13 (21:58):
Mean, it's hard to go back to this place, is
to be honest with you, I mean, we would we
would do like our song Floating in the Night, which
is in the anger section. So we wrote like a
few songs per stage and like even going to do
and like vocal takes are Floating in the Night. I
found myself angry again, angry about what was going on.
But it happened like a few years back. So I think,

(22:20):
you know, there's three different kind of phases for for
us when we make music, and it's almost like a
morning or a grieving. It's like writing it is healing,
Recording it comes with a lot of emotions, and then
the aftermath of it is like playing it, releasing it,
and playing it live with people that are connecting. So
I feel like in a lot of ways, that's just

(22:40):
how artists heal.

Speaker 2 (22:41):
If you guys don't mind, I would love to hear
floating in the Night. Now you guys don't do that,
let's do I hear they are Judah in the line
and the new records out today, here is floating in
the Night things one. I'm assuming that's in the anger party.
Yeah to that is extred is extremely vulnerable on and
in that and you know, it's it's awesome to hear

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because a lot of people will relate. But also that's
very difficult to do, especially early, because it's like, here
are my guts, I have a look at them. Everybody
you know, So I applaud you for that.

Speaker 4 (23:14):
I mean, the stuff that connects more than anything is
whenever you feel like maybe this is too vulnerable and
then people go, I felt that too, So man, that
is that is awesome.

Speaker 2 (23:24):
On the Bobby Bones Show, now the Lion, they have
any record out, it's called The Process, which is out now,
and I'm assuming the Process is the process.

Speaker 6 (23:32):
Of grief, right, But you know what the record feels like? Happy?

Speaker 2 (23:37):
It's still hopeful, no chance, yeah, after there are happy
songs on the record, the end maybe the end and
the acceptings.

Speaker 6 (23:46):
Yeah, acceptance. Okay, there's this undertone of hope, don't don't
you worry.

Speaker 2 (23:51):
I'm not saying that hopeful. There's a lot of hope
and sadness. I've had it, but happy I did not
expect after the experience we just had. I'm I mean, look,
why don't we just get to the second song if
you guys are good with that, because I have a
lot of questions. But Long Dark Knight, what part is
this of the album?

Speaker 6 (24:07):
This starts the acceptance section, Like the.

Speaker 4 (24:09):
Acceptance I feel like Long Dark Night, like maybe that
was gonna get The title doesn't seem happy though, That's
all I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (24:15):
Long Dark Night. Judah in the line in studio right now,
that was a little happier. I'll be honest with you,
that's a little happier. Juda in the line at studio,
maybe did you go watch them we need to Breathe?

Speaker 1 (24:25):
I did, Yeah, and it was amazing. Yeah, so good.

Speaker 3 (24:28):
And I'm particularly intrigued by this album and the concept
behind it because some people don't don't know even the
Koula Ross are have that, but this is a way
for them to have it. And it's a you provided
a roadmap where they can start on the journey from
song one to song what twenty, song nineteen, but also

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to know that grief. Yes, there's an order to the stages,
but we can go in and out of them at
any given time. And so for them to know that, like,
oh I can some of these particular songs now, but
and make it to acceptance, but hey, you might have
to go back to the anger part again or the denial.

Speaker 13 (25:07):
Part well, and that's what's that for me, that's what
was so frustrating is I was like looking for this
step to step program to heal this broken heart. And
the truth, the truth about acceptances is being able to
hold all those at once, right, because you know, the
first song denial is about like it's not Leaniar you know,
you're gonna wake up some days and you're gonna be angry.
You're gonna wake up some days.

Speaker 6 (25:26):
You know.

Speaker 13 (25:27):
Acceptances is about holding it all, all these emotions and saying, hey,
I can hold these emotions and be okay with it
and move forward.

Speaker 1 (25:33):
Yeah, I think it's beautiful.

Speaker 4 (25:35):
The Double Album Repressions for me, you press everything, repress
all the all though, and then let it manifest itself
physically in some ways.

Speaker 2 (25:42):
So that's my version.

Speaker 6 (25:43):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I had chronic back pain for three
years because of that.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
Okay, well what happened there?

Speaker 4 (25:48):
So did you know that if you psychologically got yourself better,
your physical physical body would get better or did it
just happen as a product and you went, oh, now
that makes sense.

Speaker 6 (25:59):
It was.

Speaker 13 (25:59):
I mean, I really got into like the body keeps
the score and the body knows the way. And ironically,
mine and Brian's both of our moms are therapists and counselors.
My aunt is a professor at Tennessee Tech for the
same thing. So we had a lot of great people
in our corner because me and Brian are not experts
on this at all.

Speaker 6 (26:18):
We're storytellers. We love telling stories.

Speaker 13 (26:20):
But I think having those educated people to kind of
lean on was super important. So as far as my
back pain goes, it was like very obvious after this
week where I really kind of dove into anger, screaming
and pillows, like you know, punching stuff that's more constructive,
but like just letting out all of this rage that

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I had inside of me. That was when I folly
was able to kind of get to the healing.

Speaker 4 (26:47):
Anytime you guys put anything new out, You're always welcome
to come by. It's kind of the standing role of
you guys.

Speaker 2 (26:52):
And Floating in the Night, which you played earlier, is
that like the current single that you guys are putting
out on? Is there a single?

Speaker 6 (26:58):
Year so long?

Speaker 13 (26:59):
Dark Eyes the focus track for the record, and Floating
that Night is actually doing super well kind of organically
right now, which has been super fun to watch people
really connect to that song.

Speaker 4 (27:10):
That's called the Process and you got I got your
whole tour schedule here. I'm gonna come to all of them.

Speaker 2 (27:15):
It's so cool.

Speaker 6 (27:16):
We would love that cool.

Speaker 2 (27:17):
Jude and the Lion.

Speaker 6 (27:18):
Yeah, we got a little gift for you guys.

Speaker 2 (27:20):
I'm awkward with it.

Speaker 6 (27:20):
It's not that big of a deal.

Speaker 2 (27:21):
But I needed to be a big deal and I
need to be awkward.

Speaker 6 (27:23):
So go ahead.

Speaker 1 (27:25):
That's a little baggy.

Speaker 6 (27:26):
This one's free the man himself.

Speaker 2 (27:29):
Let me say that as you hand this, thank you,
I'm awkward with the gifted.

Speaker 4 (27:33):
So they're out with the Need to Breathe on the
Caves World Tour. Go to Judeandelion dot com and then
they're headlining tour kicks off October fourth, the Process Tour,
same thing Judainthelion dot com. And they're all in all
the cities that we're in here.

Speaker 2 (27:45):
Okay, well we get gifts too.

Speaker 6 (27:51):
This is good.

Speaker 2 (27:51):
So this is actually a need because I wear you
guys's other hat all the time and I only have
a black one. Did you guys know that you see
me wearing your hat all time? Yeah? Yeah, okay, and
I only have a black one. So now what's got
my name on it?

Speaker 1 (28:05):
Look at that? Nice?

Speaker 2 (28:06):
Oh yeah. So now people can be like, oh, I
like your hat, but I hate you. That's you. I
hate your show. No, thank you, thank you very much.
Uh this logo, like, where did this come from?

Speaker 13 (28:19):
So that that kind of originated from our record, which
is the first time you had us on pep talks
that we've got to talk about, and then.

Speaker 6 (28:26):
It kind of became like our band's kind of symbol.

Speaker 2 (28:28):
Everybody always asks, hey, what's that logo? And I'm like,
I made it up. I don't, I really, but no,
it's one of my favorite hats.

Speaker 6 (28:34):
Definitely.

Speaker 13 (28:35):
Yeah, as you've worn it, we've had some of our
fans we like Bobby Bones are droping your hats like
that's sick.

Speaker 2 (28:40):
Yeah, you guys went to a whole new level of thing.

Speaker 6 (28:42):
There's a little bit of manipulation in there too for us,
you know.

Speaker 2 (28:46):
And and here you go. I got you a free
tattoo session with He's going to do Bobby Bones as
my homeboy in your neck? Okay, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 4 (28:53):
Yeah, all right, Juda and the Lion. The process is
the record. Good to see you guys. Thanks for having
go see him on the road. There is an amazing
live show.

Speaker 2 (29:02):
And there they are, Jude in the Lion. I shot
on the phone.

Speaker 4 (29:07):
We have Becky in Iowa. I had a crazy migraine
I was talking about on the show.

Speaker 2 (29:12):
I don't know there was a migraine, but listeners assigned
it as a migraine. I was just thrown out my
head was killing me, and so it concerned me a
little bit because I don't want to be migraine guy,
meaning I don't want to just get migraines, because that's
it was miserable. So, Becky, what do you want to say?

Speaker 14 (29:26):
This happened to me on my wedding day. I woke
up with the headache, didn't think too much about it,
and as the morning went on, it got worse and
worse and worse to where it felt like somebody was
smacking my head with a baseball back in there. Yeah,
it ended up being an aneurysm.

Speaker 2 (29:47):
Okay, I'll be doing this. Oh my goodness, that's for
sure what it was.

Speaker 14 (29:51):
They had to fly me to the hospital to take
care of it.

Speaker 4 (29:57):
The fact that I went to work the next days
an aneurysm.

Speaker 2 (30:01):
What do you gotta say now you're a fighter man, yeah,
or you're dying.

Speaker 1 (30:06):
Because you probably still need to get it addressed.

Speaker 4 (30:09):
Do you ever wonder, though, what your pain tolerance really
is compared to others, meaning there's no way to fill
anybody else's paint tolerance, Like I wonder if my wife
or a launch Box or Morgan would have had the
same headache, had they been like me like I can't
even get comfortable, it hurts, or they were they just like,
oh man, this sucks and it took some medicine, or
would they be even worse when they've gone to the hospital,

(30:30):
Like we can't.

Speaker 2 (30:31):
There are two things we can't tell. One another person's
pain tolerance, and two we can't really compare having a
baby versus get kicked in the nuts. Both could be
equally as painful because you can't. But you no one
ever knows you're true.

Speaker 1 (30:46):
You don't know.

Speaker 2 (30:46):
No one ever knows true. So I'm gonna leave that
for you. Guys. I appreciate that call back.

Speaker 7 (30:51):
You.

Speaker 2 (30:51):
I don't think I had an aneurysm. I didn't, but
now I might have.

Speaker 9 (30:58):
Won.

Speaker 2 (31:00):
No, no, no, I think a brain. Thank you. Dang
got pretty good. You're the man man. Let's go pile
of stories.

Speaker 3 (31:13):
So the five second rule with food on the floor
has always been a little bit controversial because either people
go buy it or they don't, and it's like, well,
what do doctors think? And there's a doctor going viral
on TikTok saying uh no, the five second rule, don't
eat food if it's fallen on the floor.

Speaker 2 (31:27):
People just want to eat their food. They dropped.

Speaker 4 (31:29):
That's the only reason there was even a mention of
a five second rule.

Speaker 2 (31:32):
Correct.

Speaker 4 (31:32):
I don't think anybody in their right mind would think
that's okay if they really were debating if it were
still safe or not.

Speaker 2 (31:38):
I remember like guys in high school, like, just pick
it up. That's just because you still want to eat
it and you don't mind how disgusting or germ filled
it is.

Speaker 3 (31:45):
Yeah, but part of what we were told and if
you want to believe it is like, oh, it takes
a few seconds for germs to actually attach to.

Speaker 1 (31:51):
The food, so you're good.

Speaker 2 (31:52):
But nobody's smart ever believed at them.

Speaker 1 (31:55):
Well, we believe a lot of things that we hear.

Speaker 4 (31:57):
Nothing five second rule, Like it looked one the germs
like give me five yeah, yeah, yeah, it's like and
also if it's like wet or damp or any of
that food, it hits now.

Speaker 1 (32:08):
Gross gross gross.

Speaker 3 (32:09):
But this doctor is saying that not all floor surfaces
are created equals, so there are some.

Speaker 1 (32:13):
That are safer than others.

Speaker 3 (32:14):
Pretty much, if it falls on the like a tile floor, no, dice,
don't eat it. It's ninety nine percent covered in bacteria.
And salmonilla can live on floors for up to four weeks.

Speaker 4 (32:24):
Also, just because it's the floor doesn't mean it's disgusting.
But just because it's a counter doesn't mean it's not.
It can fall on the counter where it could be
any surface off the counter, like.

Speaker 1 (32:33):
Just off the gun. I put my toasts on the hair.

Speaker 2 (32:36):
As as clean but our white. My counter is on
the bottom of your feet. Don't touch your counter unless
you're doing like.

Speaker 1 (32:40):
But my cat does that.

Speaker 2 (32:42):
Unless you're doing it like that? What's that?

Speaker 4 (32:43):
What's the movie where the where they're the bar, they
get on the bar unless you're going kyot your house.

Speaker 3 (32:49):
Wood surfaces like it's You got a fifty percent chance
of food staying on the floor. And then carpet less
than one percent of bacteria transfers instantly, So carpets your
best bet.

Speaker 1 (33:00):
But then you're gonna get little fuzzies on your phone.

Speaker 4 (33:02):
Yeah, the best bet is don't drop your food, and
if you do, move on to the next unless you're
willing to sacrifice for the food, which I'm willing to
sacrifice for the food most of time, I'll be honest.

Speaker 2 (33:12):
Right, what else?

Speaker 3 (33:13):
A new survey found that a quarter of people between
the ages eighteen and thirty four say they never answer
their phone ever. If they get a phone call, it
doesn't matter who it is, like even if it's a
family member, they don't answer, and they instantly text the
person and say, hey, what's up.

Speaker 4 (33:28):
So I would think that these people would have a
phone call, but they won't answer it without knowing what
it's about exactly.

Speaker 2 (33:34):
Yeah, Oh, I'm on that.

Speaker 1 (33:36):
But you're not eighteen or thirty four.

Speaker 2 (33:37):
But I'm on that. I'm the whatever percentage.

Speaker 1 (33:39):
You're ahead of the If you're ahead of this, don't.

Speaker 4 (33:41):
I need If we're going to talk on the phone,
I need either a text leading and going hey I'm
gonna call you it's by this, or after I missed
the call, Hey it was me.

Speaker 2 (33:50):
I was calling to do this. Otherwise, what am I
going to do? Answer? Be trapped on the phone for
thirty minutes. Yeah, it's the worst trapped.

Speaker 1 (33:58):
I mean, just.

Speaker 3 (34:00):
Cause you are trapping yourself if you don't find a
way to just be like, Okay, I gotta go.

Speaker 2 (34:04):
Sometimes you're talking to somebody, then else I'll talking. Oh
I don't know that.

Speaker 3 (34:09):
Parker McCollum is a huge John Mayer fan, like so much.
So he admits to spending hours in front of the mirror,
like playing guitar, trying to, you know, write something that
John would approve of or be like John. But then
he had the opportunity to meet John and he said no,
And he said it's because he's such a huge fan
that he doesn't want to know him, because you know
what if something changes in the mind of how he

(34:30):
thinks John is.

Speaker 2 (34:31):
I used to feel that way, and I guess I
still do a little bit.

Speaker 4 (34:33):
But most of the time, when I've met people that
I really looked up to or thought were cool, they
ended up being pretty cool most of the time. But
I guess I don't have the expectation as an adult
now because I do realize some people just have bad days.
Some people sometimes a're just in bad moods or sick.
Some people just are douches. That's part of it too.

Speaker 2 (34:51):
But for the most part, everybody I've ever met that
I was like, I cannot wait to meet this person,
they've been really cool. Even John Mayer, like we had
a brief friendship fling like eight months where we hang out,
but you still won't meet David Letterman. I would if
he'd let me. Oh that's why I haven't done it. Yeah.

Speaker 8 (35:09):
Is he still hiding or is he No? I've seen
him on a few things. Oh yeah, he won't let me.

Speaker 2 (35:15):
He's like, not him.

Speaker 4 (35:16):
Here's all the people I will talk to you. We're
not gonna do that guy though, he's a little obsessed.

Speaker 1 (35:20):
All right, go ahead, I'm Amy. That's my pile.

Speaker 2 (35:23):
That was Amy's pile of stores. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 11 (35:28):
Ready.

Speaker 8 (35:32):
So Tim, he's hanging out with his son in North Carolina.

Speaker 2 (35:35):
They're watching a movie.

Speaker 8 (35:36):
It's late at night, and his son goes, Dad, you
want to order a pizza. He says, all right, let's
order a pizza. They call the pizza place. They wait
for it to come.

Speaker 2 (35:44):
Nothing. Nothing.

Speaker 8 (35:45):
They wait for almost like an hour. Then finally the
doorbell rings. All right, pizza's here. Open it up. It's
a cop. It's not even the pizza guy. Cop goes,
did you order a pizza? They're like, yeah, what's going
on here? Well, yeah, yeah, apparently the pizza guy he
got he got pulled over. He had a warm for
his arrest, and so he got arrested. But the cop
he didn't stop there. He said, you know, what where

(36:07):
was this pizza going? He gave him the address, and
the cop delivered the pizza.

Speaker 1 (36:10):
I love that.

Speaker 2 (36:11):
How cool is that?

Speaker 1 (36:12):
Those are fun videos when the cop shows up on
the Doorhan.

Speaker 2 (36:15):
So if you tip on the app, does the guy
in jail get the money? Probably? What is that for promisary? Yeah,
you can use that for his commissary or bond. Yeah, yeah,
that's cool.

Speaker 4 (36:25):
The cop picked the pizza, and the cop probably knows
what it's like to do to have your food delivered
when you're sitting there waiting, starving, ready for your food
to be delivered.

Speaker 3 (36:31):
There's one video I keep seeing a lot and I
can't I guess it was kind of fast food somewhere
and the cop she opens the door and she's like,
what are you doing here? And he's like your Uber
dry or your uber eats. Guy got arrested. And I
see that clip a lot.

Speaker 1 (36:46):
It's funny.

Speaker 2 (36:47):
Good job, Yeah, I love that. That is what it's
all about. That was telling me something good.

Speaker 4 (36:53):
We have some fake plants in our house and then
those take planters, the green foam fake foam.

Speaker 2 (36:56):
It looks like grass. Oh yeah, yeah, familiar. Yes.

Speaker 4 (37:00):
The guy ate some of it, which by the way.
It doesn't seem appealing anyway, but he ate some of it.
And what happened is that foam went into his stomach.
It molded to the shape of his stomach and then
it pierced through the lining and the stomach and it
caused really bad pain.

Speaker 2 (37:14):
So he goes to the hospital.

Speaker 4 (37:15):
They'd have a gastric perforation surgery. The stomach was infected.
I had to stay in the hospital for two weeks.
No one knows why he eats foam again. Doesn't even
look that that good.

Speaker 8 (37:30):
No, but it is cool to push on that phone,
you know, because your finger indention stays areas.

Speaker 2 (37:34):
I guess the question. Yeah, yeah, So don't eat the foam.
It is not real grass. All right, let's go over
to Amy and get the Morning corny, the Mourning corny.

Speaker 1 (37:46):
Did you know that Tesla's come with a unique new
car smell.

Speaker 2 (37:50):
I did not.

Speaker 1 (37:50):
Yeah, they call it elon musk.

Speaker 2 (37:57):
That was the Mourning corny like that.

Speaker 4 (38:00):
Anybody else find it weird that if you smell musky,
that's not good. But they have clones that's us with musk.

Speaker 2 (38:07):
That's very weird.

Speaker 4 (38:07):
Like, how come some musk is good and some musk
is bad. You smell musky. That's never been a compliment.

Speaker 1 (38:14):
Okay.

Speaker 3 (38:14):
So musk is a strong smelling substance obtained usually from
the male musk deer and used in perfume.

Speaker 2 (38:22):
So my musk deer may be different than the must
that smell good. Then this is a segment called What's
wrong with People? What's wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (38:31):
Well, we just bring you a story and at the
end we yell that thing, what's wrong with people?

Speaker 2 (38:35):
What's wrong with people? I'll go first. So somebody lost
their card. They left it behind at a restaurant. Probably
happened to all of us. At some point, he leaves
a car behind hopefully the waiter goes sir to me, sir,
you forgot your card? Oh dag, I left it in
aother little black foldy thing. Sometimes you have to go
I forgot my card. Let's call and see if it's

(38:55):
still there. It sure is, Come pick it up. This
is not one of those stories. Ronda Deaver forgot her
card at Smith's Cafe and employee posted unedited pictures of
the card in an attempt to identify her, like take
a picture of post it online? Hey this is is
this your card? Come get it, didn't blur out anything,
Oh my goodness, and then did the front and the
back of the car. So terrible.

Speaker 4 (39:17):
So this Randa Dever who forgot her card is dealing
with thousands of dollars worth of charges and financial damage
because people saw the number of the card and also
that CBB code.

Speaker 8 (39:28):
I mean there are two problems here, like posting it
without blurring any of that information one right, and then
who would take that and buy stuff with that number?

Speaker 2 (39:36):
Well, a lot of people stealers out there, that's crazy.

Speaker 4 (39:40):
I think the big problem is posting it without blurring
it and then posting both sides of the card. Sure,
do you not own a credit card yourself? Do you
not know the rules of a credit card? Like if
you don't have all the information, you can't buy stuff right?
And also you could literally blur everything except the name,
just the first name if your name is Ronda and
you're Smith's Cafe. So a lot of people saw that

(40:03):
and ran with it, and they went and boughted. That's
from Fox nineteen.

Speaker 2 (40:06):
What's wrong with people? What's wrong with people?

Speaker 3 (40:08):
Amy Well, a twenty seven year old guy from California,
is facing charges after threatening to kill a surgeon, who
he claims gave him near constant diarrhea.

Speaker 2 (40:20):
I saw this.

Speaker 4 (40:20):
I believe we have a clip for this, Yes, we do,
because the guy had something wrong with him, but the
surgeon messed up apparently.

Speaker 2 (40:27):
Do you think that there's a moment that goes by
where I don't think about your face it's hurting you.

Speaker 1 (40:34):
We're not hurting you, jeer jeered the jaring.

Speaker 2 (40:40):
This was the course of my life, the course of
my life, the course of my treatments, colitis about about
the christ Layer and Zelgens together, and he.

Speaker 10 (40:48):
Just destroys, shatters the life.

Speaker 2 (40:54):
That I had. I ask my question is does he
take the surgeon did it on purpose?

Speaker 1 (40:58):
Well?

Speaker 3 (40:59):
I mean, he's like, he has this major pain and
trauma that I think that he's been in. But now
because of how he's reacted to this misfortune, he's facing
stalking charges and he's for four years been making major
threats online like not only just to kill him, but
torturing him.

Speaker 2 (41:17):
But I guess my question is this guy's not rational
tard to have rational thoughts about an irrational person. Does
he think if he got news or somebody whispered in
his ear the surgeon did it on purpose, then I'll
be like, I want to get the surgeon back. But
if there's something they just couldn't fix it, and it
turns out one of the things that happened because of
what they couldn't fix was Now that isn't very unfortunate.

(41:39):
But it's not like the surgeon had any intention to
mess you up.

Speaker 3 (41:42):
Well, I think he has a pattern in a history
of like his rational thinking is a little bit you're
in the first one second of his voice because three
years before the surgery where he's had his colon rove
that then caused the diary situation. In college, he got
kicked out and arrested because it's professor gave him a
beat and he flipped out on the professor because of

(42:02):
the sure.

Speaker 2 (42:05):
Yeah, okay, so this is it also sucks have diarrhea. Yeah, yeah,
it's not fun. It does, so I feel the guy.

Speaker 3 (42:10):
And then he got in trouble for like king cars
like horrible things into cars, and security guards on campus
like got mad at them, so.

Speaker 2 (42:17):
He slashed their diarrhea too. That's two strikes.

Speaker 1 (42:20):
I mean, it's just slayah.

Speaker 2 (42:21):
Yeah, what's wrong with people?

Speaker 8 (42:24):
Eddie the Pennsylvania Game Commission has put out a warning
that they are finding dog treats on the Apple Appalachian
Trail with fish hooks in them. So I don't know
that's wrong. What kind of person would even think about
doing this? But and they don't know if he if
whoever did this is trying to like bait wild animals
or dogs because a lot of dogs do.

Speaker 2 (42:44):
Go on that trail.

Speaker 4 (42:45):
But or why there doesn't matter, because something alive is
going to eat that and it's not going to kill them,
but what it's going to do is hurt them really bad.
Let'm destroy their insides like's if they're able to even
swallow it doesn't get stuck in their throats.

Speaker 8 (43:00):
Like this is a messed up story. And all I
can say is what's wrong with.

Speaker 2 (43:04):
People with lunchbox? You gotta go harder than that. Yeah,
theyn't know what you were doing. I'm gonna say, what's
wrong with you? We're confused? You know, one to yell okay,
lunch box go ahead.

Speaker 12 (43:14):
A fifty four year old grandfather had his seven year
old grandkid and they were going somewhere and he was like,
you know what, I want to go to the bar,
but here's seven.

Speaker 2 (43:22):
You can't go inside.

Speaker 12 (43:23):
So he found a homeless woman, paid her twenty bucks
and said, hey, take her in a shopping spree at
the thrift store over there and I'll be back.

Speaker 2 (43:31):
And he went to the bar for four hours.

Speaker 12 (43:34):
Got heavily intoxicated, came back, grandkid, homeless lady nowhere to
be found. So he called nine one one saying there'd
been a kidnapping, and when police showed up, they found
the woman and the girl at the homeless encampment, but
they were just getting the lady had just taken there
to get.

Speaker 2 (43:50):
Food, so she was actually taking care of the kid.

Speaker 13 (43:52):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (43:52):
Yeah, So there are a lot of things wrong. But
it started where I thought, Okay, this guy's saying he
had a seven year old. Seven year old can't go
on in the bar. I'm like, that's a good grandpa, instead
of sneaking in the bar, that's good. That's a good point.
Seven year old can't go to the bar.

Speaker 12 (44:03):
But if you really want to drink that much, just
take your grandkid to Applebee's.

Speaker 2 (44:07):
That's true, you can drink there. You wanted to go
to the bar, probably with his friends, and he's probably
really annoyed that walker a song, so he doesn't want
to go apple Bee's on Date Night?

Speaker 3 (44:15):
Did y'all see that story resurface where Shooter Jennings is
talking about how Whalen Jennings back in the day would
leave Shooter with the Hell's Angels for baby baby.

Speaker 8 (44:24):
Yeah, but at least, I mean, that's what you want
out of Whalen.

Speaker 3 (44:27):
Right, he said they were really shooters, Like they're really nice,
like the one.

Speaker 2 (44:30):
Guy hot Yeah, probably a great babysitter, but at least
I bet not at least, but I would bet you
that Whaling probably knew these Hells Angels. Oh yes, and
didn't just go, hey, hot Man, Hotfoot, Superfoot, whatever your
name is, come in and watch my kid.

Speaker 4 (44:49):
But yeah, that stinks, but it's lucky the kid was okay.
And luckily that the woman like actually cared. Yeah, that
could end up really terribly.

Speaker 2 (44:55):
No word on if she went to the thrift.

Speaker 8 (44:57):
Store and got anything good was under it.

Speaker 2 (45:00):
But it makes me say, what's wrong with people? What's
wrong with people? Amy? How is your mother's day?

Speaker 1 (45:08):
It was really good?

Speaker 2 (45:08):
What happened? What they do?

Speaker 1 (45:10):
Well? It was really thoughtful.

Speaker 3 (45:11):
I wasn't expecting anything like a gift or a card
because I don't know how would they go do that,
but I guess when they were with their dad, he
took on to the target and they did something. So
I thought that that was really thoughtful that he still
considered me for Mother's Day and making sure that I
had a thoughtful card. And the card even itself had
a lot of really meaningful words. But then my son

(45:34):
wrote some really sweet things and they signed it about
just that they're thingfulm in their life and I take
care of them, and as a mom, like, it's just
really good to hear that, especially as an adoptive mom.

Speaker 1 (45:45):
And they got me a wonder Woman blanket like the.

Speaker 2 (45:48):
Cartoon character or is it like a new brand.

Speaker 3 (45:50):
No, you can tell it's like for kids, but it's
wonder Woman.

Speaker 1 (45:54):
And I think that was the way of them saying.

Speaker 2 (45:56):
Like, oh, you're a wonder woman.

Speaker 1 (45:57):
Yeah, yeah, which I thought was cool.

Speaker 3 (45:59):
It's now my favorite blanket, even though it's not comfortable
at all time.

Speaker 1 (46:03):
Maybe if I wash it a few times it'll be better.
And then my daughter got me some perfume.

Speaker 2 (46:09):
Did they act nice all day?

Speaker 1 (46:11):
Yeah? Whatever I wanted. Like they're very into the organizing.

Speaker 3 (46:15):
The cleaning and putting things in the dumpster, because that's
all I asked for for Mother's Day.

Speaker 4 (46:19):
Did anything or did anyone from the show use your dumpster? No,
nobody showed up.

Speaker 1 (46:24):
It's kind of sad about it.

Speaker 2 (46:25):
Yeah, I don't know why anybody come buy and use
your dumpster.

Speaker 3 (46:28):
Yes, some friends have dropped off a few things. One
brought a tire and I was like, I don't think.

Speaker 2 (46:33):
That's legal a tire. Why is that not legal?

Speaker 1 (46:36):
Well, I don't know. I said, let's leave that sitting.
So I have a tire sitting on the outside because
I get to check rules and regulations.

Speaker 2 (46:41):
Well, if you check roles and regulations, it probably says
don't have a dumpster in your yard.

Speaker 3 (46:45):
No, you can rent them. So I'm renting the dumpster.
But I know there's rules for what you can put
in there.

Speaker 4 (46:52):
But you don't think there's like an hoa log. It's
having a dumpster in your front yard.

Speaker 3 (46:56):
I mean it's well, my driveway and my that before
you Still it's fine.

Speaker 1 (47:02):
My neighbors can use it too. And it's one week.

Speaker 2 (47:05):
So I've tried my yard. If I wanted to be
that link, I'll let it be that link. No they
still find me.

Speaker 3 (47:11):
Yeah, Well, I'm loving the dumpster so far. It's been
the best gift. Although I was up in the attic
and speaking of you know, been in his situation.

Speaker 1 (47:19):
I know he's thoughtful and helped me with the kids.

Speaker 3 (47:21):
But I had to call him and I was like, hey,
so you got a lot of stuff up here.

Speaker 1 (47:25):
I don't know if you just like skipped over this
part when you're removing your things, because there's.

Speaker 2 (47:29):
A lot, So what do you do? Could you have
just thrown it out and been like, hey, when we
got divorced, we settled it.

Speaker 1 (47:34):
Oh.

Speaker 3 (47:35):
I thought if we were unhealthy and I was a
toxic person, absolutely, I was like, this is an easy fix.
I will just go throw it in the dumpster and
be done with it. But I set it aside neatly,
and he asked when do I need to have it out?

Speaker 1 (47:50):
And I said, take your time, and if you need
the dumpster, it's you know, you're welcome to it as well.

Speaker 4 (47:55):
I feel like you're the dumpster is like a birthday
party for you, and you're upset nobody came like you
had it.

Speaker 2 (48:02):
You're like everybody, come on, nobody showed up.

Speaker 3 (48:05):
I honestly thought, and I have it a few more
days if people changed their mind. But I really thought
especially it was the gift of I wanted a smaller one,
but they were out of the small one, so they
gave me the bigger one for the same price as
a smaller one. And I thought, well, this is the
gift that he's on giving two more people.

Speaker 1 (48:21):
In my life.

Speaker 3 (48:22):
And I don't even I mean, I've been loading that
thing up and it's not even halfwayful.

Speaker 2 (48:27):
We that tire in there, that Philadelphyeah.

Speaker 1 (48:29):
So y'all are welcome to it. It really is. It's
an awesome feeling.

Speaker 3 (48:33):
I mean, we have a donate pile too, don't get
me wrong, but there's some stuff that it's just you know,
I had a checklist of like, Okay, do I need
to hold on to this? Do I need to keep it?
If I donate it, will somebody else even want it?
Or is it time for this to just go? Which
it's hard to make the decision to throw.

Speaker 1 (48:48):
It away, but then when you chunk it over, it's fun.

Speaker 2 (48:51):
So you throw it from the house.

Speaker 1 (48:53):
Oh no, we tried that.

Speaker 3 (48:55):
We opened the window and it's set to the way
they've dropped it off. It's too far from a window,
which my kids we're very disappointed about because that would
have been super fun.

Speaker 1 (49:02):
But we can chunk it over.

Speaker 3 (49:04):
And then what I realized was, thankfully when one person
came over to use it, he was like, Hey, so
there's a door and all you have to do is
unhook this thing.

Speaker 1 (49:12):
And it'll open wide up. And I was like, Okay,
this makes it all lot easier.

Speaker 2 (49:16):
The door like on the side of it.

Speaker 3 (49:18):
Yeah, there's a like a front door. Yeah, there's no
top flat. But I've been like struggling.

Speaker 8 (49:23):
To h but if you opened that, does everything just
come out?

Speaker 1 (49:26):
NOAs against it?

Speaker 2 (49:28):
Okay, Yeah, well I'm sorry. No one kept your party?

Speaker 1 (49:31):
All right, y'all are still welcome party, still.

Speaker 2 (49:33):
Going party party on guys? All right, all right, let's
go over and dude. Then new Bobby's stories. Why is
it that when it comes to ending relationships, women seem
to do the dumping. This is from the Brain and
Love by Daniel G. A Men. MD.

Speaker 4 (49:51):
Experts say it's all because of the female brain. Women
have greater access to the right side of the brain.
The right hemisphere allows them to see the big picture
of relationships. We're able to see the future direction of
a relationship much easier than men, so they tend to
know when a relationship is headed for a dead end
and it's not working out thoughts.

Speaker 1 (50:07):
Huh, I haven't done much of the breaking up in my.

Speaker 3 (50:14):
I mean the marriage maybe little joint ish decision.

Speaker 1 (50:19):
But boyfriends in college, like they.

Speaker 2 (50:21):
It's mostly the other way.

Speaker 3 (50:23):
Yeah, what about you?

Speaker 2 (50:27):
Well, I didn't have many, that's true, and then I
always was the one that dropped out.

Speaker 1 (50:31):
Yeah, you can see the bigger victory real quick.

Speaker 2 (50:34):
Yeah me. Like five seconds in from CBS News at
video games help and harm us teens leading to both
friendships and bullying, wasn't that anything? Both help and harm teens.
You know, baseball both helps and harms teens. Studying in
groups helps and harms teens.

Speaker 3 (50:55):
I feel in a lot of things like look for
the good and you're gonna find it.

Speaker 1 (50:58):
Look for the bad, you're gonna find it.

Speaker 4 (51:00):
More than half of teen boys said video games help
them make friends. I will say that video games has
helped me stay close with friends. I don't get on
to make friends because I don't meet new people on
video game, but we have met friends on videos one
time because we were no not on the video game
We met him on Twitter, so he was a teenager.

Speaker 2 (51:16):
No, no college.

Speaker 1 (51:18):
College.

Speaker 2 (51:21):
Twenty okay, and he's still our friend. Yeah, and Andrew
shout out, Buddy, shout out. He's been our friend for
like five years now. He's gonna be a lawyer soon, right, Yeah,
he's about to graduate law school. You ever had Kansas.
We're so proud of him. That's our friends.

Speaker 4 (51:33):
But the real story was, we needed one more player
for our two K team. We had four, we needed five.
So I got on Twitter and I was like, anybody
out there play two K. Andrew goes, I'll play. We say,
what's your user name? He gets in, good kid, he
sticks around. We're still friends. We go to Kansas, he
comes to shows.

Speaker 2 (51:53):
We saw him. Wh he came down here. He he
guessed it on this show. I'm insulted. We've met his
family and yes, a little brother who's in.

Speaker 3 (52:01):
Kansas too, me pointing out his age in which y'all
met him.

Speaker 2 (52:05):
You yelled he was a team we made. Have one friend.

Speaker 4 (52:12):
But yes, fantasy football and video games, that's the conduit
to guys talking about what's really on their mind.

Speaker 2 (52:19):
So let them do that.

Speaker 4 (52:20):
More ladies out there, let your men play more video
games and more fantasy.

Speaker 2 (52:24):
Football from the New York Post. A concert goer is
paralyzed after the lead singer of their favorite band dove
in to the crowd like a stage dive. A punk
rock loving concert goers partially paralyzed it can only move
her arms after a singer launched himself into the crowd
and landed on her head during a show. Bird Piche

(52:46):
twenty four suffered a catastrophic spinal cord injury at the
Trophy Eyes concert at the Mohawk Place in New York
on April thirtieth from w g r Z. Footage posted
to the.

Speaker 4 (52:58):
Australian post punk rock band's Reddit page shows the moment
that frontman John jumps from the stage into the crowd. Yeah,
that's dangerous. I've only ever staged dived once, and I'm wrong.

Speaker 1 (53:12):
You went head down.

Speaker 4 (53:13):
I thought it was cooler if you're like swimming with you,
and then I realized once everybody's hand was in my groin,
that was not cool, and I said.

Speaker 2 (53:20):
Take me back, take me back, take me back. That
was a bad decision. Man.

Speaker 8 (53:23):
How many times do people stage diving? This never happened.
I know, I know that sucks.

Speaker 4 (53:28):
Police in Minnesota arrested two people from putting thousands of
fake gift cards in a store. They were scams meant
to steal money once activated.

Speaker 2 (53:36):
This is from Kate A. R. E eleven.

Speaker 4 (53:38):
The inver Grove Heights Police Department is warning of a
new gift card scam. Igh Police arrested two people Friday
after they were putting gift cards onto store shelves. They
were charged with felonies. These people were caught with nearly
one hundred pounds of gift cards. Here's how it works.
Steves get these cards in the bulk. They removed the
scratch off section on the cards after carefully removing it

(54:00):
from packaging, copy the number underneath, and then scratch off
some numbers so the card won't work.

Speaker 2 (54:07):
You got to just talk to me about that because
I don't know what I just said. I don't understand
it make money. Well, let me let me read this
again slowly.

Speaker 4 (54:14):
They remove the scratch off section on the cards, so
scratch after carefully removing it from its packaging. So you
peel it off, you scratch it off, You copy the
number that's underneath it, and then scratch off some numbers
so the card won't work. They take a new sticker,
put it on this one, so that way they only

(54:36):
have they have the winning number, got it. But then
once they put the sticker over the top of it,
those numbers are all dead.

Speaker 2 (54:42):
They've already used the money.

Speaker 8 (54:45):
So then people are buying cards trying to use it,
and that number doesn't even work.

Speaker 2 (54:49):
It's not real. Yeah, I don't know. It's a little
too sophisticated for me. These guys are good. I like
it when you just try to walk out with self checkout.
Those are easier for Yeah. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (55:00):
From studyfinds dot Org an amazing implant the size of
a brain cell make pure blindness.

Speaker 2 (55:06):
Let's go.

Speaker 4 (55:07):
My right eye has like six percent vision. I'm terribly colorblind.
Both this is my kind of story. A team of
European scientists have designed an extremely small implant that more
effectively converts electrical signals into visual images in the brain.

Speaker 2 (55:20):
Yeah, I don't know. Gosh, sounds cool too. I like
the other story. I don't really know.

Speaker 1 (55:25):
Read it. It's slower and see what your gurd out.

Speaker 2 (55:28):
Sounds good, But I'm wanna move on. Pumping iron for
a fitter brain.

Speaker 4 (55:32):
Weight training has surprising cognitive rewards from studyfinds dot org
one of the most important things you can do for
your brain is to move your body. People who exercise
have less risk of brain disorders like Alzheimer's disease and depression.
So this sounds like working out doesn't make your brain smarter. Actually,
it just keeps your brain from deteriorating because you're working it.

Speaker 2 (55:54):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (55:56):
Weight training improves the brain's ability to access and process glucose.

Speaker 2 (56:00):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (56:01):
And then uh, Lanny Wilson has the new documentary out.
It looks like I've made the trailer. Do you want
to hear a clip of the trade you're in? I
haven't heard this yet. They had to cut, so big
drama was. They were like, we want to talk to
you about Landy Wilson since you were like the first
one to player and having at shows.

Speaker 2 (56:16):
I was like cool. So they just showed up.

Speaker 4 (56:17):
One day and had on a hat, a white hat
that's an aloe and white letters.

Speaker 2 (56:22):
You can barely see it. But they're like, we can't
do the shoot. I was like, why they wear your hat?

Speaker 4 (56:27):
And there was a brief moment where I thought I
would turn it around backward, but then I was like,
I don't want to be that guy. You I know,
I don't wear it backward, and so we put white
tape over it. They zoomed in on my face so close.
That looks uncomfortable. They just out they just zoomed.

Speaker 1 (56:41):
No hat, they cropped it out.

Speaker 2 (56:43):
Oh can't they blur that I was that ugly? I mean,
it is right up in my face. Here's the clip nineteen.

Speaker 1 (56:48):
Years old, pulling up to Nashville. I was terrified.

Speaker 2 (56:52):
Not everybody makes it.

Speaker 1 (56:53):
I was a fish out of water at times. I
was too country for country.

Speaker 2 (56:56):
You were living in a trailer for a while. That
it I just did. Not everybody make that? Was you?
It up and dag? Thank you? Maybe dude, thank you? Wow, dude,
that up close shot looks terrible. Don't even post that one.
Hey what you say again?

Speaker 1 (57:10):
Not everybody makes it?

Speaker 2 (57:12):
Say it again? Old, Hold on, I'm trying to do it.
Not everybody makes it the good that was awesome? Uh no,
but I need to This picture is terrible. It is
so close. Looks like I ate the camera when I
was finished. Give me that yeah, yeah, No, one more
time from the top.

Speaker 1 (57:33):
Nineteen years old, fulling up to Nashville. I was terrified.

Speaker 2 (57:37):
Not everybody makes it.

Speaker 1 (57:38):
I was fish out at times.

Speaker 2 (57:40):
I was I'm til I see I saw the trailers.
I need to watch that. Okay, thank you, that's the news.
Bobby's story.

Speaker 4 (57:51):
Boy, there's a tough look. This picture of me on
this Landy Wilson documentary. It's like someone put an air
pomp on my butt. It's Oh, no, you should.

Speaker 2 (57:59):
Look at this.

Speaker 4 (57:59):
I'm gonna post sit on my Instagram. This is the
worst picture me ever taken. When they said the camera
puts on ten pounds, they might mean ten thousand.

Speaker 2 (58:08):
Bro.

Speaker 1 (58:10):
It's because, oh my god, your zoom day.

Speaker 2 (58:12):
It doesn't matter. You can zoom in all day long.

Speaker 3 (58:15):
Yeah, but you're gonna get bigger if you zoom is
that's not true.

Speaker 1 (58:18):
Yeah, if you crop something, it gains you.

Speaker 2 (58:20):
Look fat or it just looks closer. But compared to
what you're watching, Oh, post this.

Speaker 4 (58:26):
My instrum's mister Bobby bones at the end, at the
end of this segment. I'm gonna post it, and I'm
gonna it's an optic.

Speaker 2 (58:34):
You're not fad. I'm never eating again.

Speaker 1 (58:36):
Oh my gosh, you heard me say it.

Speaker 4 (58:39):
No, I've never had a picture of me this bad
in my entire life. And maybe it's not the picture.
Maybe it's just my face. Do you ever think about that?

Speaker 2 (58:46):
No? No, oh, that we see you every day, we
know it's the picture I'm posting on Instagram, mister Bobby Bones.

Speaker 4 (58:53):
When this segment is over, Oh my god. Okay, So
last week I came on the air and I was
brutally ill. The night before, listeners were like, you had
your first migraine. A listener this morning was like, you
had a seizure or yours and everybody's diagnosed. Thank you
to every doctor out there who's diagnosing. My wife texted
me and goes, I think we found the culprit. I said,

(59:14):
what's that? She showed me a picture of some almond
milk that was expired to March. And I were drinking Yeah,
and I'd mentioned there are two things that could be
because that my diet, say is exactly the same. That
I ate some cheese from the counter, and I used
almond milk that morning, which I don't normally do. I

(59:34):
did not know almonds could expire, but I had almond
milk from March. She said, I was crossing over because
I got in and I was laying there and my
arms around I was like, oh. She said, I had
my arms like my elbows out but my arms forward,
and that I was my neck was like falling relaxed,
and I was going, oh me, oh man.

Speaker 1 (59:59):
You were trying not to wake her.

Speaker 2 (01:00:00):
No, no, she was awake at this point. I think
I was just trying to talk myself through it. I
was like oo or. I was like, just get through it.

Speaker 1 (01:00:09):
So that's going to feel good to know that you
didn't have an aneurysm.

Speaker 2 (01:00:13):
I never thought I had an aneurysm.

Speaker 1 (01:00:14):
To the caller said that it's expired almond milk, and you.

Speaker 2 (01:00:18):
Didn't know almond milk could expire.

Speaker 1 (01:00:19):
Everything can expire.

Speaker 2 (01:00:21):
True, true, honey, honey doesn't expire. It's true.

Speaker 1 (01:00:25):
You're right.

Speaker 2 (01:00:25):
Beans omens themselves don't expire. You have.

Speaker 3 (01:00:29):
It has been turned into milk, which has to be
kept in the fridge once it's opened.

Speaker 1 (01:00:35):
You know what I mean.

Speaker 2 (01:00:36):
I'm with you. Bones. I had no idea, man, no idea.
So that's what it is. I felt better just knowing them. Yeah,
she said, I was like crossing over to another dimension.
Oh you ever know that something makes you sick? We
still eat it anyway.

Speaker 8 (01:00:50):
Yes, that's me and ice cream like, I'm lactose intolerant
and I'll just go to town on ice cream and
when you eat pizza, yeah, same thing, you know what,
I just take it. I'm like, I'm like, it's going
to be a bad night, but I love it so much.

Speaker 2 (01:01:03):
I don't do wonderful with a whole lot of cheese.

Speaker 4 (01:01:05):
And yesterday my wife and I went to that some
Mexican restaurant and I ate so much chips and caeso
because I had it forever that once the meal came,
I was already full and I knew it wasn't gonna
be good the rest of the night.

Speaker 2 (01:01:15):
But I was like, man, I haven't done this in ages.
It's before I saw this picture of myself. You'll never
do that. Oh no, I'm never eating again. Ow oh
my god.

Speaker 1 (01:01:25):
You I feel like I try to.

Speaker 3 (01:01:28):
I know that the next day, if I eat a
lot of like sugary type things, I'm gonna wake up
and just not my brain is not going to feel
good or like a margarita. But sometimes I'll still have it,
even though now at this age interesting I wake up, Yeah,
and it could just be one drink, but you kind
of want to have margarita with your friends. And then
the next day, I'm like, why did I do that?
I don't understand. My kids are that way though, with taki,

(01:01:51):
that chip, that spicy chip.

Speaker 2 (01:01:53):
Yeah, what do they do?

Speaker 1 (01:01:53):
Oh my?

Speaker 3 (01:01:54):
It does not sit well with them, but they now.
My daughter, she's seventeen, she preps for it. So you're
eating talking and I'm like, just shere, you know that's
going to upset your stomach.

Speaker 1 (01:02:03):
Don't eat the talkie. She's like, it's okay, I don't
have many plants tomorrow.

Speaker 3 (01:02:08):
She's like, she like schedules out when she can enjoy talking,
not it, and.

Speaker 1 (01:02:13):
She's like, we're good, mom, I can have it right now.

Speaker 2 (01:02:16):
I'm like, okay, that's mature. Not the eating of it,
the planning.

Speaker 1 (01:02:21):
Yeah, she's gonna be just totally reckless.

Speaker 2 (01:02:23):
Sure, watchbox anying for you. No.

Speaker 12 (01:02:25):
I don't seem to get upset by eating anything. I
eat whatever and I'm fine. You drink whatever too, and
you don't drink whatever and I'm fine. So I don't
really know that feeling of oh if I eat this,
I'm gonna not feel good. I better get the what
do you got that pink stuff? Peptibisma, petism? Oh there
you go ahead, peptibisma. You don't talk about it saying

(01:02:47):
it slow.

Speaker 2 (01:02:47):
If you had to bet ten thousand dollars on saying
it right, how would you say it petibisma? Hold on,
go ahead, petabismo. What's he saying there? He's saying it
too fast? But you say what you're saying very low, peptibisma.
I've never heard of bisma. Uh, pepto, bismol, oh, pepto. Oh,

(01:03:13):
because I know my wife she eats those tombs, because
whenever she eats certain things, it's like, oh, I know
I'm gonna be in for so she has tombs. But
I don't know that feeling. What is that? Is that?
For heart? Heartburns? I never had heartburn, right, That's another
thing I've never had.

Speaker 12 (01:03:28):
People always like, oh my gosh, heartburn, and I'm like,
I don't even know.

Speaker 2 (01:03:31):
What that means.

Speaker 1 (01:03:32):
Oh, it's like just this pain right here above your
right between your stomach and like your chest area.

Speaker 2 (01:03:37):
You ever been hung over at all?

Speaker 12 (01:03:39):
Oh, once or twice, but I mean very I mean
it's very rare. Like I would go out till three
in the morning, four in the morning, get up eight.

Speaker 8 (01:03:47):
Am, sor game, let's go and be wasted the night before. Yeah,
what whity secret? Like, do you drink a lot of
water or is it just natural?

Speaker 2 (01:03:53):
I don't know. No, I didn't drink water. Lots of
peptibiss lots of There was lots of lots of geger bombs.
Three games of pepti bisma.

Speaker 4 (01:04:02):
So here's a story about the fight in Lunchbox's house.
Lunchbox is going to Atlanta on Friday after the show.
We have an affiliate in Atlanta. So he was gonna
go down to a meeting, sales team, go to a
Braves game. Whatever he's gonna do down there, Not sure,
but I like it that he's going and they're gonna
fly him down to do it.

Speaker 2 (01:04:20):
Wow.

Speaker 4 (01:04:22):
So Atlanta's not very far from here, so it's pretty easy.
Just hop on a little Southwest flight, fly down, get off,
do your business, do whatever.

Speaker 2 (01:04:30):
Why are you and your wife fighting because my family's
gonna come.

Speaker 12 (01:04:33):
And so I said, okay, cool, So just you drive
with the kids and I'll take the flight and you
pick me up at the airport because I'm going on
business and they offered to fly me on a plane,
so of course I'm gonna take a flight and the
more you fly, the better status you get. So this
is just another flight in my belt for the status

(01:04:56):
of the airline.

Speaker 2 (01:04:57):
And she was not happy about it. Okay, I want
to play at the club a lunchbox. Explaining it to
his wife, I mean, first, calm down.

Speaker 12 (01:05:05):
I just think that if work offers me a free flight,
why would I not take the free flight because.

Speaker 5 (01:05:10):
Then that leaves me and the kids driving alone to Atlanta.

Speaker 2 (01:05:14):
Yeah, well I'll meet you in Atlanta.

Speaker 9 (01:05:15):
No, we're not driving alone.

Speaker 2 (01:05:17):
That's ridiculous. It's stupid.

Speaker 1 (01:05:19):
What if I have to stop, then I have three
kids to wrangle.

Speaker 8 (01:05:22):
But if we're going to wreck, I'm all along inside
of the road with three small children.

Speaker 2 (01:05:26):
Like, well, why do you think negative? I mean you
you're a good driver, right, you know how to drive it? Yes,
thank you? You drive every day? Right? Yeah? Okay, So
what's the difference it's a work trip.

Speaker 12 (01:05:37):
The more I fly, the more status I have with airlines.

Speaker 2 (01:05:40):
Oh my gosh it no, it's this is stupid.

Speaker 12 (01:05:44):
No, okay, but so would you prefer like from the airport,
I uber, or would you up from the airport? Now
I'm just asking you, no, if those were the two options,
which one would it be.

Speaker 2 (01:05:51):
You're gonna ride with? Which one would it be? Now? Okay,
see in Atlanta. So I got a couple of things.

Speaker 4 (01:05:57):
One, you don't just get general better status from all
air lines if you fly. That's really not how that works.
Do you have an account what's whatever airline is?

Speaker 2 (01:06:05):
Yeah? You do.

Speaker 12 (01:06:06):
I signed up for a count with every airline, no
matter what. Yeah, So, no matter what they choose, I
get a status upgrade.

Speaker 2 (01:06:13):
Nice. You don't get a status upgrade from every flight
right towards it.

Speaker 12 (01:06:18):
Correct, It's building blocks. It's sort of like a building
a house. You build it one brick at a time.
You can't just get it all at once.

Speaker 2 (01:06:25):
Are you flying Southwest? Yeah? How many flights do you
have already? Too? And how many do you need? I
don't know, it's not important. It's a lot. It's a
lot like twenty yeah, okay to get the next tier,
which is like half off Internet. It's not even like
something like that, but whatever.

Speaker 12 (01:06:43):
And I'm just saying it's not often that the company
offers you a free flight. Got to take advantage.

Speaker 4 (01:06:50):
Well, it's gonna take about the same amount of time.
Let's figure this out from your house twenty five minutes
to the airport.

Speaker 2 (01:06:59):
You need to get there an hour early. That's an
hour and a half. It's gonna take you an hour
to fly down. That's two and a half hours there.
Two and a half hour's gonna unload and get up
to the front. It's about thirty minutes. Yeah, so you're
looking at like three yeah. Yeah, but it is the
one hour worth of fight with your.

Speaker 12 (01:07:17):
W I mean just sitting on the plane, like, oh,
you're traveling for business?

Speaker 2 (01:07:22):
Yeah, I travel on business. All the conversations on you, you
know what I mean, everybody's like, oh, because you want
to say you're traveling for business. Yeah, has that ever
come up ever? Yeah?

Speaker 12 (01:07:29):
Sometimes, like when you're flying places are like already just
for fun, going, you know, going to see the family.

Speaker 2 (01:07:35):
You're never gonna say but you can lie if you
just want to say no. But you know, I don't
need to lie. I don't like to lie. No. I'm
saying time and you you always lie. I like to
tell the truth. And so this is great.

Speaker 12 (01:07:45):
It's like and when you you're doing your plane tickets,
like is this for travel for business personal or both?

Speaker 2 (01:07:52):
It's business? Click on that.

Speaker 3 (01:07:54):
When he flew to Austin for Country Fest like a
week and a half ago, where you.

Speaker 1 (01:07:58):
Like, I'm on business.

Speaker 2 (01:07:59):
Yeah, you had the conversation where you're like, oh I
slept okay.

Speaker 3 (01:08:03):
Sire okay can I also point out that at the
very beginning of that clip, Lunchbox sells his wife to
calm down and that she's never a good idea.

Speaker 2 (01:08:09):
And also I hear her telling him. I hear him.

Speaker 3 (01:08:14):
Communication went on, don't tell the other person to calm down.

Speaker 2 (01:08:17):
But you guys see my point of view.

Speaker 4 (01:08:18):
Right, if I were going by myself, I would definitely
want to fly because there's not a big difference in
time and you can't have to wait for her to
pick you up anyway.

Speaker 2 (01:08:27):
Well, that's why I said I could do.

Speaker 8 (01:08:30):
But here's the deal, Like, if the company is paying
for your flight exactly, how are you gonna waste that?

Speaker 2 (01:08:35):
That's what?

Speaker 1 (01:08:36):
Right?

Speaker 2 (01:08:37):
How are you gonna waste that? I'm almost on lunch time,
though I would, I would rather drive than sit at
the airport.

Speaker 1 (01:08:44):
Drive with your family and you don't know.

Speaker 2 (01:08:47):
How you get to the airport. I know you're having
her go to work, that you're asking her to go
to Atlanta. I didn't ask her I invited her, said, hey,
would you like to go to Atlanta. I'm going the same.

Speaker 1 (01:08:54):
Thing, and she said, yes, get to take your kids.

Speaker 2 (01:08:58):
Great family weekend. In fighted her, then you should go
with her. Well, yeah, I'll meet her. I'll see her. Lean,
do you want to meet me?

Speaker 12 (01:09:05):
Way, you've never gone somewhere before. Caitlin's gotten there, like
and you guys meet in the city.

Speaker 2 (01:09:09):
At the exact same time as she like drove underneath
the plane. No, Oh, I did it. I mean we
did it from Houston, Austin one time. I needed one
more flight to get my status from But that makes sense,
I would say by myself. She drove with the kids. Okay,
that I get same thing.

Speaker 4 (01:09:29):
I would say if you invited her, though, you need
to ride with her, or you need to drive if
you're always the driver.

Speaker 2 (01:09:34):
Oh, I am the driver. I'm in the car.

Speaker 4 (01:09:36):
I'm finding a pastor, princess. I have no problem with that.
But I have a feeling you're going to be in
the car.

Speaker 2 (01:09:41):
All right, we'll see that clip. We needs you to
post some evidence that you flew. All right, if you fly,
we got evidence, and don't use an old picture either. Yeah, yeah, yeah,
we need you to have some sort of saying the
date in the clip in the same clothes, don't you worry? Well,
we're not gonna wear it. I we'll see it the airport.

(01:10:02):
Which team are you on? Lunchboxer's wife?

Speaker 1 (01:10:03):
His wife?

Speaker 2 (01:10:04):
I'm on his wife's side too, Eddie.

Speaker 8 (01:10:05):
Oh, it's so hard. I just don't want to waste
that flight. So you're on his side. I might be
on lunchbox five No, no, no, high five Morgan, Oh.

Speaker 2 (01:10:13):
His wife on his wife.

Speaker 15 (01:10:15):
But there's definitely a way you can get that voucher.
Man say it for a later time. You go to
the airport and say, hey, I can't do this flight.
Can I just get a voucher if I feel if
it's a full flight? Is there anyway and get that?
Really definitely, But then you're gambling out it being a
full flight. However, if they booked it in your name,
you have.

Speaker 2 (01:10:31):
To use it. I mean you meaning you can get
the flight, the free flight, and then do you really
want to go all the way to the airport just
to get the voucher? And that's what I'm saying here.
If they booked it in your name, you can call
oh and just and go, Hey, I'm not gonna make it.
I'll just save the credit. So you're saying like a
little fraud like that, now you're talking about language that's
not fraud. Sorry. Up today.

Speaker 12 (01:10:54):
This story comes us from Pembrooke Pines, Florida. The road
crews out doing the road, repaving, repainting. It's a school zone,
so they paint school s ce oh h oh l zone.

Speaker 2 (01:11:11):
Spell it again how they wrote in.

Speaker 7 (01:11:12):
S c oh h oh lho zone gohole terrible go hole.

Speaker 2 (01:11:23):
Yeah. Yeah, I'm imagining that they have to go and
redo that. Oh you know, they got to shut down
the road and redo it. They redid the road in
front of my house completely. They're not done with that.
They wrote all no, no, not at all, not even close.
But one one half of the half is done. But
where my car used to come out and scrape the
road coming down my driveway, it's higher now and it

(01:11:44):
doesn't scrape at all.

Speaker 4 (01:11:45):
Oh cool, it's amazing. It doesn't like eat the bottom
of my car. And it's also far everything spelled right
on anything?

Speaker 2 (01:11:52):
Yeah, is that it? Lunchbox? That's it, I'm lunchbox. That's
your boneheads story of the day. Here's a voicemail from
the weekend.

Speaker 3 (01:11:59):
I have a question.

Speaker 13 (01:12:01):
The other day I had Islands in the Stream stuck
in my head, except I only had islands in the Stream.

Speaker 10 (01:12:08):
That is what we are.

Speaker 1 (01:12:10):
And then I realized I don't actually know the rest
of the songs. But that was stuck in my head
all day. So I was wondering if there is a
song like.

Speaker 3 (01:12:20):
That for you?

Speaker 14 (01:12:21):
All that can get stuck in your head, But then.

Speaker 1 (01:12:23):
You realize you actually don't really know the words to
most of the songs.

Speaker 4 (01:12:28):
I don't know that I know the words of that
one unless it's playing. That's also most songs for me.

Speaker 2 (01:12:33):
Island's in the Stream, that is what we are. Nothing
in between, Get on in my car. That do sound right?
All right? Go aheady h No, I don't know it.
No one in between?

Speaker 1 (01:12:46):
How him? We be far? Sail away with me to
another world?

Speaker 2 (01:12:51):
Yep? That is right? Can we be wrong?

Speaker 1 (01:12:54):
Huh?

Speaker 2 (01:12:54):
Because we read a lie on each other.

Speaker 4 (01:12:57):
All that stuff's right, but but the next lines won't right.
I just looked it up. Island's in the stream, don't argue,
say that's what it is, and I'm looking at it.
It sounds right, man, Island's in the stream. That is
what we are, no one in between? How can we
be wrong?

Speaker 2 (01:13:09):
Sail away with me? Yeah that part I know though.

Speaker 1 (01:13:12):
That's not How can we be far?

Speaker 2 (01:13:14):
Because how can we get in the car? I thought
that was right.

Speaker 1 (01:13:17):
If you thought car, I thought far and it was wrong.

Speaker 2 (01:13:20):
I think another one would be like, give me the beat, boy,
free my soul. I want to get lost in your
rocking roll.

Speaker 8 (01:13:26):
And drift away, drift because that's what it's called in it.

Speaker 2 (01:13:32):
I mess up the title.

Speaker 1 (01:13:35):
Yes, I mean most songs. I get all the lyrics.

Speaker 2 (01:13:39):
I can sing any song while it's playing. I struggle
with it when it's not playing, which is why we
suck a blind karaoke. We could probably sing all the
songs as they were playing, but as soon as you
pull it away, you can't hear that point one second
of the first next lyric.

Speaker 6 (01:13:53):
You lose it.

Speaker 2 (01:13:54):
What's the one the black Crows? Though? Am I saying?
I'm put heading around the surrant? And yeah? Yeah, yeah,
Now that's off my head, Like I don't know one
word of that part.

Speaker 1 (01:14:05):
I don't even know what we're talking about.

Speaker 2 (01:14:07):
Yeah, it's hard to handle, but it's like an old
horse reading song so.

Speaker 1 (01:14:10):
Hard to handle. Now, Now.

Speaker 2 (01:14:13):
That's the one. Now that's exactly it. Wow, good job,
good job. That's a fun game. We'll think more on that.
Thank you for that. That voicemail here, here's another one.
Alyssa in San Antonio, Texas.

Speaker 14 (01:14:23):
I had a question maybe Bobby could answer.

Speaker 9 (01:14:25):
I went to a middling concert here in San Antonio
and they were talking about radio country radio not having
their back as a husband, and I was talking about it.
They only have like two singles that we know of
that were on air. Do y'all know anything about that,
maybe on why country radio doesn't support them, or if
that's even true.

Speaker 4 (01:14:44):
I mean, I feel like they were run pretty hard.
Their record label pushed them really hard, So I have
no idea. I think a lot of people thought they
were kind of a character of what they really were.
Like they were overdoing it with the costumes and they
were kind of put together.

Speaker 2 (01:14:58):
I like the guys just fine. But complaining against something
big like country radio is like complaining against like politicians
or you know, big companies.

Speaker 4 (01:15:10):
There's really no specific person you're offending, and it feels
like you get to play.

Speaker 2 (01:15:14):
The victim when you're like man things that like it used.

Speaker 4 (01:15:18):
To be politicians are ruined for everybody. Who are you
really calling out there? Nobody specifically, because if you call
them but specifically, they probably be like, well, this is.

Speaker 2 (01:15:26):
Why you're inaccurate. But I don't know.

Speaker 4 (01:15:28):
I like the guys just fine, but I think the
general consensus is they were pushed really hard by their
record label. I thought their songs were good, but I
think a lot of people felt like they're costumes and
stuff for.

Speaker 6 (01:15:39):
A bit much.

Speaker 2 (01:15:40):
Is country radio like one? I have no idea. I
don't even know what that means. I don't think.

Speaker 8 (01:15:45):
Because when you say country radio is not playing us, like,
are you saying like just one?

Speaker 2 (01:15:50):
That's why you can say that, you know what, count
radio doesn't play this show and does' support the show enough.
I'll be honest with you, see, I can say that,
because how can you prove otherwise? What were you saying? Well?

Speaker 3 (01:16:00):
I was just gonna say if eventually country radio does
start playing with their songs, they'll be fine with it.

Speaker 2 (01:16:07):
But they had that song I got a drinking problem.
It was really good. Oh you're always on the.

Speaker 1 (01:16:17):
Thinking problem.

Speaker 2 (01:16:19):
Yeah, I'm thinking of thinking problem. You're always on my Yeah.

Speaker 4 (01:16:24):
I don't know, but it's easy to complain about something
that is like large scale that you can't put a
face to corporate America.

Speaker 2 (01:16:30):
Man, oh yeah, that sucks. What do you mean. Wow,
they do a good show. They sound really good. They're good.
All right, that's it, thank you, see you tomorrow. Goodbye everybody.

Speaker 13 (01:16:42):
Bobby Bones
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