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April 11, 2024 35 mins

Find out how Bobby and Lunchbox got their stage names! Plus, we play another round of Elder vs. Millennial. Mailbag: Listener forgot his wife's birthday after being married for 6 years. He focused on going real hard on Easter, but totally missed the birthday.

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Speaker 1 (00:10):
This guy.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
All right, big show today, Mornings to do Morning. We're
gonna try to give away a trip on our first segment,
which is pretty cool. We don't ever do it, but
we're gonna play. Never gonna get it. Some one may
never get it, so we gotta start early. But we're
gonna give away a trip hopefully to our iHeart Country
Festival in Austin, Texas. Everybody good, by the way, Yeah,
good Today, a big show. We're gonna get away this
trip in like a minute hopefully also later on this

morning it's Blast day where Lunchbox puts somebody on blast. Oh, yeah,
there it is. The clock's been running, clock's been running. Okay,
let's go now and let's do this. Probably we got
a big prize we could possibly give away right now,
and we have headther on the phone.

Speaker 3 (00:46):
Head there, good morning, Good morning, Morning, studio morning.

Speaker 2 (00:49):
Here's what we're gonna do. If she wins, she will
win round trip airfare to Austin, Texas, hotel in Austin,
tickets to our iHeart Country Festival. All that just by
winning this game. Come on, round trip hotel, tickets to
the show. It's gonna be an awesome show. Lady a
al Dean McBride, Brothers Osborne. I'm hosting it. Who cares

about that? Let's just play the game. This is Heather
from North Dakota. Heather is North Dakota like warm now
still cold? What what's the deal? It can't decide what
to do.

Speaker 3 (01:23):
Today it's raining and snowing. But later this week it'll
be like sixty, So that's warm for us.

Speaker 2 (01:28):
I felt that. Now are you nervous because this is
quite the prize.

Speaker 3 (01:32):
Yeah, yeah, I'm very nervous.

Speaker 2 (01:35):
So we're gonna play. Never gonna get it. No, you're
not gonna get it. You're never gonna get it. No,
you're not gonna get this. So I'm gonna ask the question.
It's a hard question. All four of you guys come
up with the answer. She'll team up with one of you. Okay, okay.
The question is, until nineteen seventy nine, every single one

of these was female, but now it's relatively even split.
What are they? Until nineteen seventy nine, every single one
of these was female, but now it's a relatively even split.
What are they?

Speaker 3 (02:16):
One single?

Speaker 2 (02:18):

Speaker 4 (02:19):
Yeah, mom, huh.

Speaker 2 (02:26):
Female. I'll read it one more time. Until nineteen seventy nine.
Every single one of these was female, but now it's
a relatively even split. What are they? Let me know
when you're in, I'm in organism in first, I'm in
does not sound confident. Eddie is now in. I am

in for the one guys, how we got to be in? Yeah,
the game's like we have to do it.

Speaker 3 (02:58):
Every single one of them was female.

Speaker 2 (03:00):
You have five seconds. Okay, okay, So who feels over
fifty percent positive? They may I do Morgan and Lunchbox
say they do Amy? What percent do you feel?

Speaker 3 (03:15):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (03:19):
After all that, you're you're like, guys, you're still fifty percent.

Speaker 3 (03:23):
I will if you If.

Speaker 2 (03:24):
You lead her wrong, I know he loses a trip.

Speaker 3 (03:26):
So when I'm under pressure, I'm like, I came up
with something.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
Okay, Eddie, I'm at ten percent. But if I get it, dude,
it's gonna be a huge win. Okay, So Heather, you
get to pick here, and I'll show you each of them.
This is Amy. You can pick Amy. Look how confident
she looks right here on camera? There she is, Thank
you is Lunchbox right here. It's how confident he looks.
Oh yeah, got it. Here's Eddie want confident, and here's Morgan.
Here's our confidence level. She is, Heather, what do you

think here?

Speaker 3 (03:56):
Well, I Morgan was in really fast.

Speaker 4 (03:59):
I think I'm going to go Morgan.

Speaker 2 (04:01):
Okay, Morgan, you hold your answer. Oh yeah, I'm going
to go around the room and hear what you guys
have to say that aren't Morgan.

Speaker 3 (04:06):
I feel like my answer is little to sexist.

Speaker 4 (04:08):
Though this whole thing is kind of sexy, it's all
sexist because it's a whole female amy.

Speaker 2 (04:13):
Your answer is a nurse, okay, lunchbox. There's no way
there had to be a male nurse in nineteen seventy nine.
Maybe box power outlets?

Speaker 3 (04:24):
Okay, see how about that.

Speaker 2 (04:27):
Outlets where the winner comes out?

Speaker 3 (04:29):

Speaker 4 (04:29):
Yes, well that's not an outlet, that's what you plug in.

Speaker 2 (04:31):
Yeah, no, but hey, I just okay, Eddie, huh. Postal
workers Okay, until nineteen seventy nine, ever, every single one
of these is female. But now it's relatively even split.
What are they? Okay? You three are all wrong that
that's what I thought, Morgan. Do you have any of
their answers? I did? What is nurse? I had? Nurse?

Speaker 3 (04:50):
Okay, they are in the documentaries. It's all nurses and
they're all female.

Speaker 2 (04:54):
Ye, sub Steve. Now does she get a chance to
answer it? Yes, and if she's wrong, we go to
the next person. Oh god, okay on, Heather, come on, Heather, Heather.
Until nineteen seventy nine, every single one of these. Oh,
but now it's a relatively even split. What are they?

Speaker 3 (05:14):
I'm flight ascendants.

Speaker 2 (05:16):
That's it. That's what it is. I just wrote it down.
That's it. It's not flatten. Oh my god, that was
a great guess, Heather, just because you guessed it. Heather,
I'm sorry you did not win. The answer is hurricanes.
They didn't get male names until Hurricane Bob in nineteen
seventy nine. The National Weather Service not only female names
were appropriate because the stormers are crazy, you know, predictable.

Speaker 3 (05:36):
Oh my god, women, what is wrong with people? Oh
my god, ridiculous thing. No it doesn't.

Speaker 2 (05:43):
I mean that adds up, but that one gotta tax
those up. But yes, totally okay, So sad, so sad, Heather.
I'm very sorry you did not win. I appreciate you
coming on with us.

Speaker 3 (05:55):
I'm not firing up.

Speaker 2 (05:56):
Well, get fired up, baby.

Speaker 4 (05:58):
That is so wrong.

Speaker 2 (05:59):
And then you're turning too.

Speaker 4 (06:01):
I thought there was like all men before seventy and
nine and then some women. That's the dyslexic part of me.

Speaker 2 (06:06):
Well that's how we started today. Thank you. Let's open
up the mail bag. You send the game mail and
we read it all the air.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
Pick something we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (06:19):
Yeah, oh, Bobby Bones. I need advice for some tension
that's going on between my wife and I. My wife
and I have been married for six years with two
sons who are five and three. I'm an avid Christian man,
lover of Easter and the holiday spirit. I decided this
would be the year I'd go all out for the
week's leading up to Easter Sunday. My wife would sometimes
ask me about what we were planning to do. I

kept telling her, don't worry, got something planned. I wanted
my big Easter plans to surprise her too, and you
know what she deserved to break. Skipped to the morning
of Easter Sunday. I was awake much earlier than the
rest of the family. I set up my decorations, I cook,
I baked the cake, the whole shebang. My wife came
in the living room to see all of the pastel
decorations in balloon. I stopped her when she went to

eat the kids breakfast and told her that's all for you.
Apparently that was the wrong answer. So my wife's birthday
fell in the same day as Easter Sunday this year,
and I got too caught up and trying to do
something nice for the kids in Easter to pay attention
to the birthday date. It's been over a week now,
still tense. I'm afraid that this mistake is causing a
rift in our marriage. I really need to get an
outside opinion, but I'm not comfortable talking to anyone I

know about this. What advice do you have signed the
Easter idiot? Okay, I'm gonna I have learned. This is
something I have learned recently. I've known I kind of
thought it was true, but I have learned it's better
to just go ahead and swallow your poop and nibble
on it, collabor. If you mess up, and this is
a mess up, you just go. I am I'm very sorry.

This is all on me. I'm gonna make this up
to you. You did nothing wrong. I really because it
really was stupid him. They now good intentions all the
way around no bad intentions, But that's a dumb, dumb move.
You can't do that. You have to really go and
lay it out there, you know, and she knows. She
knows that you know, and swallow it. Don't nibble it,

because if you nibble it, you're gonna be chewing on
poof forever. And it's still I scause and taste good.
It's gonna be get it over with. That's what you do.
You go and you apologize, Just go, this is it.
I really messed up. I understand why you're mad. My
feelings will be not even mad while you're sad disappointed.
My feelings will be hurt too, And you try to
move from it by improving the situation as best you can,

because you know what she screws up to. Maybe not
that bad, but she screws up too, and she will
probably understand as long as you were honest, authentic about
what really happened.

Speaker 3 (08:45):
Yeah, I mean I feel like and Easter did come
a lot earlier this year.

Speaker 1 (08:48):
And if you were that focused on that, you you
probably are used to Easter being at least a week
or two after her birthday and then bam, there it
is at the end of March, and so you probably
if you were caught up an Easter, I could see
how it could happen. And hopefully she'll appreciate what you
did for Easter and she'll hear you owning it, and
then you'll make it up to.

Speaker 2 (09:06):
Her and it'll be uncomfortable. Yeah, can you make her
breakfast like for the rest of the month kind of thing? Yeah,
but you guys overdoing it. There's no over underdoing you
just that's not the point. The point is what what
can you can or can't do it? So you have
to go, Hey, I screwed up. Yeah, I'm sorry. I really,
like you said, don't chew it, don't just nibbling it forever,

don't just get.

Speaker 3 (09:27):
Over with Yeah, I see how it happens.

Speaker 5 (09:30):
I guess it.

Speaker 2 (09:31):
There you go. Thank you. What do you learn here
the proof? Don't nibble it? Thank you? Yes, all right,
that's the mail bag. We got your game mail on.
Now it's found the clothes Bobby failed back. Yeah, I
want to go over and talk to b in Pittsburgh. Hey,
b Hello, how are you?

Speaker 6 (09:51):
I'm just going to welcome the Cleveland listeners and tell them.
At first I thought when I switched over that you
guys talked a lot, but now I enjoy it and
play your along with the games, and I randomly yell
out it's the Bobby Bound Show.

Speaker 1 (10:04):
Everybody, thank you.

Speaker 2 (10:06):
So if there are new listeners that are going, what
the heck is happening, you say that you've also felt
that what the heck is happening? How long did it
take you before you actually started to like the show
and understand what we're about?

Speaker 6 (10:18):
What about two weeks?

Speaker 2 (10:19):
Well that's a long time to get someone to just
sit and grind through it, though, that is, and we
talked a lot, and then not anymore. We don't talk
a lot anymore.

Speaker 3 (10:26):
No, she got used to it?

Speaker 2 (10:27):
I got it. Did she get used to it? Does
she start liking it? There's a difference, you know.

Speaker 4 (10:31):

Speaker 6 (10:31):
I listened to sports show because I drive for my job,
so I had the Sports Show on and then they
switched people up and I didn't care for it. So
I switched over to you guys and gave you a try,
and now I listen every day.

Speaker 2 (10:44):
So of the two switches, you liked us slightly more
than the other, and then now we're buds. Is that
what you're saying?

Speaker 6 (10:52):
Yeah, Okay, now you're the top.

Speaker 2 (10:54):
And so you would recommend to new listeners in Cleveland
they just get Cleveland or where the new these were
going in you did? They just give us a shot,
give me a chance. I like that. I appreciate that
being your your quality for calling and saying that, because
I know you don't have a lot of time in
your day. So thanks for picking up the phone and
letting us know. All right, all right, thank you, bye bye.

Now we're not on there yet. Oh they made a
change last minute, not to not put us on, but
to do what I suggested a slow roll. So it's
not just us talking all the time. But if we
can save that call ray like clip it and then
we'll play it again once we go on there, and
then we'll put like big voice around it and it'll
be like the Bob like I just love the show.

Speaker 3 (11:37):
And you know, yeah, like a real caller.

Speaker 2 (11:39):
This is not a paid we should say that actor.
This is not a paid actor, and mostly not because
we're too good to do that. I'd like everybody to
know we're not too good to do that. We've never
paid an actor to be on this show like other
shows do. We are not above it. We just don't
have the money to do it. And at this point
we're just not going to do it even if we
have the money. But I have to fund our prizes
most of the time, so we're not going to pay

actors to call and be like we like the show,
you know. So there you go.

Speaker 3 (12:09):
And what's the recommended if people are giving it a chance?
Like how many years?

Speaker 2 (12:13):
Two years? You listen two years straight hanging in there. Yeah,
you'll start to light the show in case you're new, Okay,
thank you.

Speaker 4 (12:28):
Lynn from Fort Worth, Texas, she's just retiring.

Speaker 1 (12:31):

Speaker 4 (12:32):
She worked her whole life and now she's like, I'm
done working, but she's got to do something.

Speaker 2 (12:36):
So what did she do?

Speaker 4 (12:37):
She met this woman named April. April was diagnosed with cancer,
but she didn't have a car. So Lynn was like,
you know what, I have a car, April. I will
take you to your chemotherapy, I will take you to
your radiation. She took her to hundreds of appointments and
while she was doing that, she met other people. She
met a guy named Kevin who was legally blind. He
couldn't drive to work, so after she would drop off April,

she would go pick up Kevin, take Kevin to work
and do that. And now she is a guardian angel
to a lot of people that need rides.

Speaker 2 (13:05):
That's good.

Speaker 3 (13:06):
She's an angel on earth. Yeah, that's a lot.

Speaker 2 (13:10):
Yeah, it's cool, man. I mean, man, i'd like to
do that. Well, oh my god, I'd like to retire first,
here we go, but you're not going to be able
to because you've saved no money. Have a four oh one,
k I would.

Speaker 3 (13:20):
Say, not just rides to appointments.

Speaker 1 (13:22):
But I remember sitting in the waiting room with my
parents with their cancer stuff, and there's you know, got
the chemo and you have to wait for the IV
and the radiation all the things. But some people are
just sitting there alone. So even if you have a ride,
but just having someone there with you or she may
drop them off.

Speaker 2 (13:37):
I don't know. Oh well, she say she would sometimes multitask,
but I mean, you know, it's okay, but we understand
your point too, and also your point of one day
you want to do that, that'd be cool.

Speaker 3 (13:47):
Yeah, yeah, okay, all.

Speaker 2 (13:49):
Right, there you go. That's what it's all about. That
was telling me something good. Elder versus millennial Battle of
the generations. Surely U Box and Swifty Lauren Oldest and Youngest.
Here we go first. He's the captain of Cringe. He
claims all he does is when he's hairy and loud
and like pig Pin. He's surrounded by a dirty cloud.

It's lunch board.

Speaker 5 (14:14):
Ready, Lunchbox, what are you booing? I don't know, dude,
booting cloud getting back to even that was weird. You
get these questions. She should know all the answers to these,
but they're to you. Yeah, yeah, there me, Let's go, Lunchbox.

Speaker 2 (14:25):
What single released the album Purpose in twenty fifteen, featuring
hits like Sorry and Love Yourself. Oh I got it,
go ahead.

Speaker 7 (14:37):
One of the best lines of all time. My mama
doesn't like you and she likes everybody kind. That's the
best line of all time ever written don't like you?

Speaker 2 (14:49):
Correct, he likes everyone? Yeah, yeah, whatever, But yeah, but
it's the best line ever. I mean, that is such
a did you should know the line? If you're gonna
tell me that's not a stud fever?

Speaker 3 (14:59):
No, I don't.

Speaker 2 (15:00):
I don't know, I do, I don't have the reviewer.
But that is a great line. Lunchbox, next up. T
I l is a phrase often used on social media
platforms by individuals who've discovered something new. What does T
I L stand for?

Speaker 7 (15:19):
C I L.

Speaker 2 (15:20):
By the way, they're playing a five lunchbox three Lauren one,
T I L T I L Today Today they are today,
I learn today, I learned Wow again. I bonus a

couple of seconds too at the end. But he was
on it. I'm gona pull him off. I don't think
it was possibly because he did it earlier that today
was clutch. Yeah, I knew today because he said you
learned something new or no, I don't know what you said,
but I said, my mommy don't like everybody, and she
thinks people are nice. Whatever. Lunchbox what viral in my feelings?

Internet challenge involve people dancing alongside a moving car. Which
rapper inspired it? In my feelings, in my feeling, in
my feeling Morgan, did we dance to this? What?

Speaker 3 (16:26):
I don't think so?

Speaker 2 (16:28):
My boy Drizzy Drake correct three? Yeah, bows them a lot,
But I don't think the second was pozsive. If I'm
being honest. He found that the old fashion the fat
play positive I was making faver I said, Lauren, are

you ready his opponent? She's our youngest producer. She's part
of Taylor Nation and gave us all a pity wedding invitation. Swift, Lauren,
you gotta go three for three, Lauren? What dance crazed
was popularized by Los del Rio in the nineteen nineties.

Speaker 4 (17:12):
That is the mockerina correct, Wow, that's I At least
she got that, Lauren.

Speaker 2 (17:21):
What nineties TV shows theme song began with this line?
Whatever happened to predictability? Is that it full house? Correct comes?
She needs to get this. I like that. I'm scary
a little bit. I like that.

Speaker 7 (17:43):
No, I mean, can't scare me because no matter what,
at least I tie, I'm going overtime, no matter what
it's Lauren, What nineties snack was most effective for applying
to your fingers and creating which fingernails?

Speaker 3 (17:57):
The fruit roll ups?

Speaker 2 (17:58):
It's incorrect you put them on your I know you're
talking about you think it was.

Speaker 1 (18:11):
Yes, but you would do that too with like the
fruit roll ups, you put them around your fingers.

Speaker 2 (18:18):
But they're yes. Now I see flag on the play
Lawn's mouthing, Oh no, I know you're talking. They got
like Coney's. They're like cons, they're gogles. Bugles. I don't know. Yeah,
I don't know that. I wouldn't have known the name. Yeah. Yeah,
well Lunchbox you one in humiliating fashion almost yeah it is. Yeah, congratulations,
Lunchbox one more. Yeah, the champ. That's it for now.

My mama don't like you, but she likes everybody's not
quite it butt it and the mellody is terrible. You've
really messing that up. That's a good one. My wife
probably wants a fire a bit. Yeah, get her one. Oh,
but she says I'll also like it, but I don't
like being outside that much.

Speaker 1 (18:57):
No, it's gonna be so great to have one out
there because like s'mores and just hanging out and the conversation.

Speaker 5 (19:05):
You know.

Speaker 2 (19:06):
I think she just likes she'd love to be outside.
Did you get one?

Speaker 1 (19:09):
Yeah, and that's why. And my well, my kids were
excited about it. But I think that we we're going
to use it for so many reasons. At least that's
how I envision it already.

Speaker 3 (19:19):
I already got it. We just have to get it
all set up. And I got to get some chairs
to put around it.

Speaker 2 (19:23):
Yeah, yeah, you gotta get one. Then we gotta put
a gas line No, depends on when you.

Speaker 3 (19:29):
Get when I got. I'm just adding you just put
a fire in it.

Speaker 2 (19:33):
Post the fire yeah, okay, put it at Bobby Bone show.
It looks like you got a Hampton Bay Saddler fire pits.

Speaker 3 (19:43):
It's manageable for me. Yeah, you know, because they can
get more complex.

Speaker 2 (19:48):
But am we went to home Depot, and you can
go to home Depot like Amy. Uh, if you're busy,
you can't make it in store. Get your spring delivered
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home Depot. Fun fact Thomas Retch walking in our studio
and realized you walked in the wrong room. We're doing
this show. We're like, no, he walk right back out.

That's what happens around here. You never know can actually
walk in the room. Let's talk about stage names next,
meaning Lady Gaga, how she got hers, not just hers,
how Lunchbox got his? How I got mine? Kind of
but all these fake names people use, which ones are fake?
And how we got them? I mean, how Amy got hers?
That's always been controversy. Story all right, coming back with that,

next one of the questions we get asked the most
in the mail bag, what's the story behind Bobby Bones
and Lunchbox and either their weird names or their stupid names.
So not only that, I have this whole story about
stage names and why they are what they are. Now,
there's a lot of controversy with how Lunchbox got his name,
but I will tell you that now. I just punt

to Lunchbox and let him tell his version. But Lunchbox,
why are you called Lunchbox?

Speaker 7 (20:57):
I in the third grade, I want a Superman lunchbox
Walmart for school, and my mom told me no, and
so I thought, oh, I'll just stick it under my
shirt and take it.

Speaker 2 (21:06):
And so I walked around the whole store.

Speaker 7 (21:08):
My mom let me do it, and right as we're
about to walk out the door, she goes, oh, is
there something under your shirt?

Speaker 2 (21:13):
And I said no. She goes, are you sure?

Speaker 7 (21:15):
She goes knock, knock, knock, and I was like, mom,
I have no idea how that got there.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
And so she made me go return it to the manager.
And then ever since then they made fun of me.

Speaker 7 (21:25):
And now that I'm older, I realized how little I
was as a third grader, and so how obvious it was,
like it was probably sticking out of the shirt, Like
can I'd like to commend you for something I thought
he was gonna say.

Speaker 2 (21:37):
He was like, no, he's he's become such a better storyteller.
There are parts of that story that I think he
just made up an improv right there. And I commend you,
And I'm not going to contradict anything you said, but
I like it. Thank you. Yeah. Like the knock knock
that's never happened. Yeah, so she knocked on the lunchpot.
Oh what's that? That's awesome?

Speaker 3 (21:55):
And he goes, I have no idea.

Speaker 2 (21:57):
I cannot tell a lie. Mine is. I was seventeen
and I went to work. I begged for a job
at radio station, and they hired me to clean and
they never hired me to be on the air. And
they hired me to clean and switch out there Rick
D's Weekly Top forty on Sundays. And so before my

very first shift, they fired somebody on the weekends and
said you're up, and I was like okay, and I
was excited, but they said you cannot use your real name.
They said your name will either be Bobby Z. Or
Bobby Bones, and I thought they were both stupid, and
so I want Bobby Bones. It sounded more like a
pirate or human or something. Yeah, so that was it.

I tried to change it a couple times, but I
was always connected to the last place. What you try
to change it to? My real name? He just always
felt weird to be or at least it really strive
to be authentic on air, but have like a stupid
fake name.

Speaker 1 (22:51):
It is who I am now, I know, but in
some people they think, they're like, oh, wow, it was
your last name? Really bones and then knock my bones
doing the post Malone his stage name. Anybody have it boy.

Speaker 4 (23:04):
Now a yeah, yeah, yeah, Austin Austin, So yeah, yeah,
that's his name's Austin.

Speaker 2 (23:09):
But why post Malone? Oh he lived right next to
the post office he delivers the mail. When Austin post
was fourteen years old, he needed a name for his mixtape,
so he plugged his name into one of those random
rap generators the name generators, and post Malone came out.
So he's like, that's my name, post Malone.

Speaker 3 (23:27):
That's funny.

Speaker 2 (23:28):
Mc hammer was born Stanley Kirk. Burrell got his nickname
from his childhood job with the Oakland A's. The A's
owner at the time, Chuck Finley, loved him because he
was a great batboy. He danced in the parking lot,
and he earned the nickname Hammer because he looked like
Hank Aaron Oh Hammer and Hank Hammer and Hank mc hammer.
Lady Gagay was born Stephanie Germanada. Lady God Got adopted

her stage name from a song by Queen Don't say anything, Eddie.
What's the name of the song, guys, Bohemian Rap City. No, No,
she'd be Bohemian Got God. Then Lady Gaga, Lady of
the Night, Lady do you know what is it? Lady's
Lady Gaga, Rady Yogaga Rady. I bet if you heard

it you would know it. So she chose to Pale
Marge to the band. So radio guy, guys, is her
name Elton John Reginald Dwight. Reginald Dwight, did your Reginald Dwight?
His name is not Elton. So he combined the names
of two of his bandmates from Blues Ology, a saxophonist

Elton Dean and the singer long John Baldry. That's far fetched.
Elton John Oh Snoop dogg Calvin brotus Snoopy, Yes, snoopy.
He looked like the cartoon he's a kid. Yeah, yeah,
Whoopy Goldberg, whoopush. She had a tendency to fart no

way real, it's like a lunch Fox story. The actor
who was born Karen Johnson said that a tendency to
break wind led to a number of friends to call
her whoopee, that's funny. Brie Larson from Avengers. Uh Brie.
She was born Brianne d Slaneers. I mean mess that up,

so brees obviously for Brian but the last name Larceny. Well,
first of all, just hard to say her name. Oh
it's like a what is it d? I just said
d sal Neer. No one would ever get it right.
And so her American girl doll was named Kristen Larson. Such,
what was the name of for America? Vin Diesel? It's
not Diesel, Mark Sinclair Vincent adopted the stage named Vin

Diesel because his friends called him Vin for Vincent then
Diesel was tough, and so Vincent Mark Sinclair Vincent then
and he was like, I want to be tough. I'll
be Vin Diesel Bruno Mars. Mars sounded bold and energetic
and the wrestler with no Sam Martino from back in
the day. So what's his name? Peter Gane Hernandez or

maybe Peter MGM. If he doesn't pay up right, they
just own his middle name. I'll do one more. LL
cool J. What does that stand for? Ladies love cool
James correct? So stopped? I was like, uh so, James
Todd Smith and so that was his name. And they

started calling themselves LL cool J and Playboy Mikey d
in hopes that it would help girls think, oh they're cool,
they're in a band, and he said it was just
wishful thinking. It was like calling myself mister mister awesome.
There were so ll cool J was his name. So
those are the stories behind Lunchbox, Knock Knock, Knock Myself, Radio, Google,

Rady Yo Gaga. What about Amy? What's her story? That's
her name? I was born Maybe she's born with it.
Maybe it's Amy Brown. This woman won twenty thousand dollars
in the lottery and she's super pumped about it, as
I would be. I mean, heck, Lunchbox plays all the time.
The most you've ever won is two hundred and fifty

bucks on a scratch off. Break the bank. It was silver,
and yeah, he's played forever, Scuba has won more than
that on a scratch off. He hasn't played near as
long as you. Yeah, I know. I don't like that.
So she went twenty She's pumped and she goes into
claimate and they're like, no, you read this wrong. It's
twenty million. Wow, that's so cool. See heart attack, million

heart attack.

Speaker 7 (27:32):
That's when you have to be honest. When you're the worker,
you have to be thinking, okay, how can I pull
these a million?

Speaker 2 (27:38):
Wait? What are you talking about? The worker like lies
and you and gets her rest twenty thousand. And the
worker doesn't give her the money though, like the gas,
he thinks he cashes it at the register register. I'll
write you a check for that twenty thousand, and then
I'll take you twenty million. That's oh wild pile of stories.

Speaker 3 (27:56):
So half of people that work out go to the
gym or whatever.

Speaker 1 (27:59):
They admit to not washing things like sports brawls or
compression shorts after one workout, like they'll wear it two
times in a row.

Speaker 2 (28:08):
Well, I would think that if you don't have time
to wash it, and you have to make a decision
of am I gonna work out twice in it? Or
am I gonna not work out because it's not washed?
You work out twice?

Speaker 3 (28:21):
I guess it depends on how much you're actually sweating.

Speaker 2 (28:23):
Or if you only have Well, that part true, That's
what I'm saying. Like not like everybody has seven pair
of compression shorts, but it's gross. But I'm saying you
have to make a decision.

Speaker 4 (28:32):
That's like underwear d If you're working out and you
sweat in the underwear, like, you can't wear that again?

Speaker 2 (28:36):
What about a soccer DRT it's your sweat it may
I hear you. I'm just saying, if you have to
make the decision to do it two days in a
row or not do it because it's not clean, you
do it two days ago in the two days in
a row in the dirty.

Speaker 3 (28:47):
I don't. I just feel like I don't want to
risk the rash.

Speaker 2 (28:49):
Or whatever or something wear underwear under.

Speaker 3 (28:54):
I mean sports brawl stuff like that.

Speaker 2 (28:55):
I don't have one of those.

Speaker 3 (28:57):
No, Yeah, but have you do you ever do that?
Do you double work out in your workout clothes?

Speaker 2 (29:04):
Because we work out at the house and I got
plenty of shorts just from doing too much access of
every school in the country.

Speaker 3 (29:10):
That's true.

Speaker 1 (29:10):
Yeah, okay, So if you want your relationship to last,
never say these things.

Speaker 3 (29:14):
To your partner.

Speaker 2 (29:15):
I got like twenty things not to say, and I
like to hear what you have.

Speaker 3 (29:17):
You're ready, okay.

Speaker 7 (29:18):

Speaker 3 (29:19):
If you love me, you.

Speaker 2 (29:20):
Would being funny though, that's okay. I would do that
like I'm thirsty. If you love me, you would go
get me some juice. Do you never say that in
a serious conversation. No, but I would say that in
a funny conversation.

Speaker 3 (29:31):
You're just like your mother or father.

Speaker 2 (29:32):
Oh, her mom's awesome, okay, But like I told her,
she's just like her mom on the other day because
she was like in cutting funny her mom will and
I was like, man, you're just like your mom, like
you go hard.

Speaker 1 (29:43):
So here's the thing about that. I feel like we
as the own kid, like we can say stuff about
our family. But then when the some somebody else like
your significant other, says something about your family in a way,
you're like whoa, whoa, whoa. You start defending them, and
they're like, wait a second, I'm just saying what you said.
It's like were allowed to say it, but you're not.

Speaker 2 (30:01):
It's a weird thing. But she's so right. Yeah, oh no.
I watch Kylin's dad bench press two five three times
he's sixty three when he's at the house, and I
was like, I want to be just like your dad,
the opposite, but you don't.

Speaker 1 (30:14):
Yeah, there's not anything, uh that happened in my marriage
where I would get.

Speaker 3 (30:18):
Compared to my mom and in ways where I was
annoyed by my mom too. But then I would be like, I.

Speaker 2 (30:23):
Understand that why you would be upset, But no, I
don't relate yet, not yet.

Speaker 3 (30:28):
Yeah, yeah, go ahead, Okay, you always or you never
all the time?

Speaker 2 (30:31):
Okay, but you got to stop that, cause it's not true.
She doesn't always do no, but she does. But she again,
I don't think anybody actually thinks when you're saying you always,
mean you always do it. I mean you do it
a lot of the time, so much so that because
I always do a lot of stupid things, but every
once in a while I won't. But when she says
I always do stuff, I'm like, yeah, I know.

Speaker 3 (30:49):
But with just the definitive words, we've got to.

Speaker 2 (30:51):
Like, I hear you, but I don't take that as
I really always do it. I take it as in
I do it enough that it's annoying, okay, And it's
not really that strong to say, like you sometimes go
down the time you don't take the trash out.

Speaker 1 (31:05):
These are things that like if you don't want things
to escalate and don't say this stuff like why can't
you be more like?

Speaker 2 (31:10):
Never unless it's I say this? Why can't you be
more like me?

Speaker 3 (31:15):
Oh? Wait?

Speaker 5 (31:17):

Speaker 2 (31:17):
Why can't you be more like me and enjoy things
I enjoy? Like video games?

Speaker 3 (31:21):
Oh, okay, it's your fault. I'm fine. You're overreacting time.
It's never good?

Speaker 2 (31:29):
Why is that not good? But what if they are?

Speaker 5 (31:31):
They are?

Speaker 2 (31:32):
They're making a what if I am a lot of nothing?

Speaker 3 (31:36):
Do you say?

Speaker 2 (31:37):
Do you say?

Speaker 3 (31:37):
Do you say? I can realize right now I'm overreacting.

Speaker 2 (31:41):
She can say you're overreacting. I can like, so what, well,
at least shut down?

Speaker 3 (31:48):
Well the final thing here is whatever.

Speaker 2 (31:51):
Yeah, whatever the words. I don't think so well, you
know what, whatever my words is when I walk off
because I'm like I can't do this, that's like whatever.
Oh if it's they got a walk off included then yes, yes, okay,
what else? All right?

Speaker 3 (32:03):
To have the top richest country stars ever?

Speaker 2 (32:06):
Oh yeah, Dolly Parton, she's.

Speaker 3 (32:08):
At number one with six hundred and fifty million.

Speaker 2 (32:10):
Toby Keith, Garth Brooks.

Speaker 1 (32:11):
Toby Keith's at four three hundred and seventy million. Garth
Brooks is a tie at two with Shania Twain four
hundred million.

Speaker 2 (32:19):
Oh yes, or two would be two and three though
if it's a tie, right, yeah, yeah, so we're just
missing one. George George Straight the King.

Speaker 3 (32:26):
That's right, he's a number five with three.

Speaker 2 (32:30):
We know those people.

Speaker 3 (32:31):
You'll nailed it. Maybe that's my file.

Speaker 2 (32:34):
That was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the
good news. How much box? There's this guy.

Speaker 7 (32:43):
He's at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and
there's a recreation area and he's kind of walking around
looking taking in the sights when he gets a little
too close to the edge and who he falls down
the cliff side sixty feet and he's like, I can't
go any farther and he just starts holding on, holding
on for dear life, and people call nine to one one,

Hey man, someone fell over the cliff he's hanging on,
he's got his he's holding onto something, a bush, a.

Speaker 2 (33:11):
Branch, I don't know.

Speaker 7 (33:11):
You need to get here fast. And the police say
we'll send the helicopter. They lower a rope, guy comes down,
straps him in and pulls him to safety.

Speaker 2 (33:25):
The fact that he was able to hold on that long,
how do you do that? Well, I'm hoping he had
something he coul put his feet into and it wasn't
all fingers and arms like just lay there. Maybe. Yeah,
like that sucks because you don't know if anyone's gonna
see you, come and get you. But if you're just
hanging from your arms, eventually you're just gonna lose any
strength you have in your hands, fingers, fore arms, right,

unless you have something and also put your feet into
as well. So you're hoping that was the case.

Speaker 4 (33:51):
I stumbled upon a YouTube video where there's like a
competition in another country where they hang from bridges and
it's three dudes and the last one too like ball
wins the It's like hands on a Harley.

Speaker 2 (34:01):
Yeah, you're hanging out for your life, except hanging.

Speaker 4 (34:04):
On a bridge for life it was money. It's like,
I don't know, fifty thousand dollars or something.

Speaker 2 (34:11):
Hanging on to someunthing is hard.

Speaker 4 (34:12):
Yeah, I mean they hung on for about a minute,
but after that minute mark they're like, oh they start dropping.

Speaker 2 (34:16):
Well, there's that thing they do downtown here in other
cities where there's a bar you hold on to and
they're like, if you can hold on for a minute,
you win the money hundred bucks. Ray wanted to start
one of those downtown. But what happens is they're also
turning it at the same time, or they grease it
a little bit. But you do they grease it because
I've grabbed it before. It didn't feel slick. If grease
like came out of tiny pores, that would be cool. Ray,

what happened in Vegas? You guys tried one right, didn't
do Vegas. I did the Nashal one. Yeah, it's moving
and it's also it's very well greased. What if you
shut up with gloves on, Well, they let you do that.
I haven't seen the fine print of the rules on
that thing, but people it's always like big dudes, or
like I can hold on for more than a minute.
Another first ones to go a great story. Glad they

saved him. That's what it's all about. That was tell
me something good.
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