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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Welcome as Hey, welcome to Thursday Show. Glad you're here.
It more in studio. All right, here we are. We're
gonna go around check out with the room. You may
see him with a gold whistle around his neck and
when his cowboys losing the playoffs every year, he can

be a wreck. Here is producer Eddie.

Speaker 2 (00:24):
Hey, okay, I want to start with an update this
morning and see if Amy and Lunchbox have an update,
because whenever I have a punishment, like when I had
to do stand up comedy and a coffee shop or whatever,
you guys are like, oh, did Eddie do his thing?
So I want to know, like, did Lunchbox do his punishment?
Has he finished watching NCIS Sydney? Has Amy watched more
saw movies? What's going on?

Speaker 1 (00:44):
So you both had punishments and lunches wasn't so much
a punishment, which is bad luck on the wheel, but
it was a job. He had to watch every episode
of n CIS Sydney. Lunchbox, do we have any updates
on that? Yeah? I watched.

Speaker 3 (00:57):
I thought I was done with it, but I looked
at my DVR and.

Speaker 1 (01:00):
There's another episode. Oh they keep recreating my watch multiplying.

Speaker 3 (01:06):
No, Eddie, then you don't pay attention on the show,
because I've done at least six reviews of the show.

Speaker 1 (01:10):
Has he done six? Yeah? You have another one that
we can today. Yeah, we can do another one later
today if you want. Okay, there's your first answer. Okay,
thanks for paying attention. How many SAW movies have you watched? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (01:22):
So I've watched one through five and ten, so I
need to do six, seven, eight nine.

Speaker 1 (01:27):
Why did you skip confusion?

Speaker 4 (01:29):
I thought it was the next one.

Speaker 1 (01:31):
Oh, so it showed the new one. I've done that
before as.

Speaker 4 (01:33):
We were watching ten, which is just confusing.

Speaker 1 (01:37):
Trust me it right now.

Speaker 4 (01:39):
I don't know that I remember all the details.

Speaker 1 (01:41):
Did you really watch it? Well?

Speaker 4 (01:43):

Speaker 1 (01:44):
Is it prequel ten?

Speaker 4 (01:45):
This is a long Which one's the prequel?

Speaker 1 (01:48):
Oh? Okay?

Speaker 4 (01:50):
Which one's the backstory to the jikasaw Dude, I don't know, Mike.

Speaker 1 (01:54):
Years, it's not ten. I just watched ten. Okay, just
get your notes to go get my notes.

Speaker 4 (01:59):
I wasn't prepared to talk about it today, but I
do know that I have to do six, seven, eight nine,
and I guess I know what I'm doing this weekend
and for.

Speaker 2 (02:06):
A while too. I thought like, man, Amy got away like,
no he did it easy one. No, that's hard.

Speaker 4 (02:11):
Yeah, oh yeah, but I mean I didn't get away
with not doing it. I'm going to do it.

Speaker 1 (02:15):
Trust She's watched at least five Saw movies to this point.
I don't think that was a punshment either was it?
Or did you get that? Was all right?

Speaker 2 (02:23):

Speaker 1 (02:23):
Okay? Moving on. This next person likes to bully Abby
about her ability to sing, and he loves to relive
his glory days in high school where he was the
prom king. Let's walk, man, I'll tell you what. Our
work sucks. What.

Speaker 3 (02:35):
I don't know who's in charge, who does this, but
our work sucks and they cost me a lot of money.
And I found out about it because Morgan texted me
the other night. She's like, hey, how come you warn't
it podcasts and pints?

Speaker 1 (02:47):
And I'm like, what what are you talking about?

Speaker 3 (02:50):
She goes, yeah, our company held an event with a
sales and potential clients and clients for everybody that does
a podcast. That way you can mingle and maybe get
people to advertise on your podcast.

Speaker 1 (03:01):
I'm like, what are you talking about? Wasn't invited? Didn't
I didn't get any email, John though, because I didn't
sell like something you would have showed up to UH
to make money.

Speaker 3 (03:10):
I would have closed probably four deals with clients, and
so that's money taken out of my pocket.

Speaker 1 (03:15):
Have you ever closed a deal with a client in
a room? Yeah, a lot of times. I don't know
that that's true. You could be telling the truth. I've
never heard of one instance.

Speaker 3 (03:23):
But but what I'm saying is how am I not
even invited to?

Speaker 1 (03:26):
I hear you on that. I'm just saying too that
you always you mostly don't go to these things. I'll
try not to say always, so I think after a
while they don't invite you because you never come, And
I think because you didn't get invited to, you're now going.
I would have been there and.

Speaker 3 (03:39):
I would have made money, and I could have made
money for the company. It just seems crazy that they
have pintes in podcasts. I'm pretty sure I'm on a podcast.
I do one called Sore Losers, and it's a podcast
and that they can sell advertising on it.

Speaker 1 (03:51):
And I hear you're not gonna invite me.

Speaker 4 (03:54):
That sounds fun, not that I am aware.

Speaker 1 (03:56):
I don't think any I didn't get invited by it either,
So I don't know that would be hurt.

Speaker 3 (04:00):
He just wanted to reach the way you guys didn't
get invited either. No, man, So Morgan got invited.

Speaker 4 (04:05):
Does Morgan have a podcast?

Speaker 1 (04:06):
I got yeah, and she's had another one working soon.

Speaker 3 (04:10):

Speaker 4 (04:11):
I had that part. I got sent to Nashville all
so like everybody in Nashville got it.

Speaker 1 (04:15):
So I guess if you're not on that thread or whatever,
then you wouldn't have got it. But money, lunchboxs, And
how would you like the company to fix this?

Speaker 3 (04:23):
I would like to be reimbursed and then also reimburse
means you've spent something and they give it back to you. Okay,
Well I'd like to be compensated because I probably would
have made about twelve thousand off of that deal.

Speaker 1 (04:33):
So how much do you want from the company? I mean,
I'll settle for nine okay, So make it invoice for
nine thousand dollars okay, and at some point, well at
some point today, like make an invoice and just go
and we'll deliver it to our sales stand guy here,
I don't know, we'll give it to somebody. Where's a tie?
I don't know. These people are, but make it invoice.
D Yeah, I know. I don't know where they are.

They're in a different building there, Yeah, I know.

Speaker 3 (04:56):
So okay, she's crazy that the biggest podcast in this building.

Speaker 1 (05:01):
And then we weren't even invited. It's just you're not
the biggest podcast in the building, I said, one of you, Me, Me.
I mean, well, anyway, I hear you make that invoice
if it gets paid on it, but don't say what
it is. Just say re podcast revenue. Okay, like, be
generic about it. Over to Amy. Her pile of stories
may leave you with some new parenting hacks, or you

may learn how yawning is contagious for dogs, and her
most recent fun fact, it's Amy everybody, yes, right, all right?

Speaker 4 (05:30):
So my kids were out of school. I don't know
why earlier this week, just no school randomly on Tuesday. Election.
I'm not quite sure because spring break is next week.
So I'm like, what are all.

Speaker 1 (05:42):
These days ridiculous?

Speaker 5 (05:43):

Speaker 4 (05:43):
So my son wanted to go over to a friend's
house and he was asking to share it because I
was at work, and I just thought it was funny
because she was like, I'll take you for five dollars
this house is not very far, but there's a lot
a place. He could ride his bike too, because of
the way the road is. And I thought, wow, look
at her hustling her little brother, and there's no way

it's five dollars worth of gas. So I made her
settle on like two bucks.

Speaker 1 (06:07):
The bigger stories. Why do kids just not go to
school randomly? I do we have?

Speaker 2 (06:11):
You know, they have winter breaks, spring break, summer break.
I don't know, Christmas break.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
Amy. It was a tuesday. It was an election day.
That's why.

Speaker 4 (06:18):
That's why I just set up potentially election. But I
didn't know.

Speaker 1 (06:22):
It was too busy to make that invoice.

Speaker 4 (06:25):
Yeah, I don't know. It's just it just seems like
they head out there.

Speaker 1 (06:28):
We're going to be out yeah.

Speaker 4 (06:29):
I mean we have it on the calendar, but still
it's like, well podcast on Pines.

Speaker 1 (06:32):
They're gonna be out of school another day. No school,
all right, right, go ahead from Mountain Pine, Arkansas. He
was bullied when he was young, but now he's having fun.
Bobby Bones, thank you very much. Where go whistle Onlandica?
There it is somebody fouls in the room. I blowed
the whistle. So I want to make a little announcement
here that if you have a Roku or you have
Roku channel, starting this Friday the twenty five whistle Show,

which were our whistles for, We're gonna be on the
Roku channel on the DraftKings Now work doing our show.
Oh cool. Yeah, so they they picked us up for
their Roku channel basically te Abroku. I love it. Oh yeah,
I like Roku probably better than I do just the
general Apple TV. I feel like it's they don't pay
me to say this. I like the Apple TV too.
By that Roko is a little easier to use. But yeah,

our show will start. Our video show Sports Show will
be on starting at five pm Eastern on Fridays. That's
so cool. Yeah, it's a on DraftKings Network, Roku channel,
Samsung TV zoomo on smart TVs to search for the
DraftKings Network.

Speaker 4 (07:29):
Oh so I can find you because I got a
Samsung Yeah.

Speaker 1 (07:32):
Yeah, it's one of the apps on there. We're blowing up,
can't hold us back, can't wait. We didn't get by
a podcast on Pints either. No, that sounds awesome, dude.
I want to pine and talk about podcasts and make money.
I feel like I should invoice them for my time
on this show. To here, let's time to open up
the mail bag.

Speaker 6 (07:53):
You frand the mail and were reading all the air
can get something we call body.

Speaker 1 (07:58):
Mail bag game. Oh, Bobby Bones. I recently went to
see my favorite country artists in concert. It was a
great show. Unfortunately, money was tired, so I couldn't spring
for the meet and greet. But I made friends with
some other fans at the show and they told me
the artist is known for going to local bars and
hanging out after shows. So we made a plan to
scope out and we went. We found the bar. We

were very nice about it. We said, hey, we're huge fans.
We were at the show. But I was let down
when I asked if they could sign the merch I'd
bought from the show and they said no autographs. And
then when I asked for a selfie, they said sorry,
no selfies either. I'm still very disappointed. It was a
small group of us. I don't think we cause everyone
in the bar to ask for autographs and selfies, but
maybe they just didn't want to be bothered. How would

you have handled this situation and would it stop you
from being a fan? Signed? Disappointed Country fan club member. First,
I'll say this is not common. I think pretty much
anybody you go up to, if you see them and
they're not with their kids, they're not eating right at
the dinner table, or like at a restaurant, whatever the
case is, they're gonna sign your stuff and I'm going
to take a picture. So this is not a common thing.

There are some real dbs that act like this even
some of the time. Even the big dbs that I
know though that act like this, don't even always act
like this. Yeah, I would think of them a little different.
I've had really bad experiences with people, like in interview situations.
I think of them different. That's the human part of it, right.
Did they owe you an autograph? Nope? Do they owe

your selfie? Nope? Would it been cool? Yeah, it would
have been awesome because you just spent money to go
to their show. Absolutely, So you have every right to
think and not support them in the future. Yeah, what
artist was it? No, it doesn't say. I mean, there
are a couple that I know that act like this some,
but they have every right to say no. Rarely does
it happen where they say no. They really shouldn't say

no because you're not at a place. You're in a
public place, and if you're a public figuring in a
public place, public things happen to you. But I just
would not support them anymore. If it bothers you.

Speaker 4 (09:58):
There having off night.

Speaker 1 (10:00):
I definitely could have. But how hard does it take
a selfie? Well, maybe that's not like, hey, well you
talk to my cousin on FaceTime. That happens. Maybe they're
not supposed to be there. Maybe they told someone like
I'm not going to go to a bar, and that
that's the that's the problem. Then you can go get
some more private. If you're a public person in a
public place, public thing is gonna happen to you. Now
you can also be a public jerk, but then this
is gonna happen where people go, this person's a public jerk.
But just turning it down as being a jerk, no, no, no,

but it isn't when you can do it in three seconds. Yeah, no,
I get it. It's pretty easy take a picture.

Speaker 4 (10:28):
But if we played like just a guess who it
was and who would you say?

Speaker 1 (10:34):
No, I'm not doing that. And I think another would
be if you do that and then everybody says, oh,
there's a celebrity. Now let's all get a picture. That
definitely could be something. Yeah, a reason if someone's like, hey,
I'm just trying to hang out without everybody knowing. But if,
as this emailer said, if that's not the case, small group,
not a lot of people, I really don't see how
hard it is if you're out at a bar to
just sign and take a selfie. They could have been

hiding from their wife. I don't know. Maybe we don't. Yes,
we'll make it. We can't make it, don't know. I
don't like it. But they do have the right to
be a jerk, and you have the right to not
support them. So there you go. How would I have
handled the situation. Nothing. I would have been like, okay, cool,
we didn't want to sign it. Then I'll do a
TikTok about him, and then I'll never just support them again. Yeah,
there you go. All right, close it up. We got
your game mail and we read on there.

Speaker 2 (11:17):
Now let's find the clothes.

Speaker 3 (11:18):
Bobby failed back.

Speaker 1 (11:21):
Red a store the other day about a New Country
artist and he's like, my mentor is this person? And
I know the person that this artist that was a mentor,
And I text I was like, oh, just this person good,
he goes. I don't know who that is. That's way
don't know. They say you're I don't man, the person
just look up to that man. I met him once
when this whole storted up. The whole story was, that's
this person's mentor I've met. We talked about this. I've

never had an mentor growing up. Eddie's my music mentor.
Now yeah, and you're my mentor, my career mentors.

Speaker 4 (11:50):
A mentor, it's not. I started to think was the
person a huge role or was the person confused about
what a mentor does?

Speaker 1 (11:57):
Because it was like, what I call him and ask him?
Oh wow, that details And my friend was like, ah,
call we just say someone's our mentor and actlock guys,
David Letterman is a mentor. Sometimes I just get lonely
and I'm like, I'm lost at what I'm doing and
I call him up.

Speaker 4 (12:13):
No, we can't say we can't do it.

Speaker 1 (12:15):
You could say you look up to him, No, that's
a hero.

Speaker 4 (12:18):
Okay, No, no you look up to you learn a
lot from him, you study him.

Speaker 1 (12:21):
No, but I want to be like, this's my mentor. Man.
When times you get tough I give old David call
maybe him? I know he never a life you want.
Who is your fake mentor? Aady?

Speaker 2 (12:31):
My fake mentor would probably Bob Dylan. Okay, Oh is
he nice?

Speaker 1 (12:35):
Dude? He's great? What I mean I call him? He
never answers What time do you try to call him
every day? At seven pm?

Speaker 3 (12:41):

Speaker 1 (12:41):
Yeah, because I figure he's just like wrapping up with dinner.
There's your fake mentor lunchbox. Ooh, my fake mentor's probably Eminem.
Yeah that was a good one. Now is he like
just to deal with like times are down?

Speaker 3 (12:53):
I mean he really is good at motivation, Like he
gives it to you straight. He doesn't, you know, patty
cake you and be like, oh it's gonna be a okay.
He tells you you gotta work hard, you gotta ignore
the hate, you gotta ignore everybody you know saying you're
not gonna make it and just do it. I mean
he's great and he and what's great? He answers it
all the time of the night. You called two am
answers the phone?

Speaker 1 (13:11):
Love it amy? A fake mentor? I have two.

Speaker 4 (13:13):
Actually, we're all in a group text together and it's
Robin Roberts and Reese Witherspoon, and they are always like
sending me videos, you know, like like the media side
of things. And then Reese the acting Jade.

Speaker 1 (13:27):
Dog Jesus, He'll message me sometimes. That's cool man. He'd
be like, do you wonder what I'm doing? Do what
I do? And I'm like, what what do you do?
Here's a bracelet and sounds where that country is like
this is my mentor that's not true. We just say
whatever you want. That's bizarre. Can I get in that
group text.

Speaker 6 (13:46):

Speaker 1 (13:47):

Speaker 5 (13:48):
You learn a what I do?

Speaker 1 (13:49):
Want to go over and we're gonna do a retreat. Wow,
where are you going? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (13:54):
One of Reese's.

Speaker 1 (13:55):
Places, lunchbox is gonna revive you. Another pisode of CSI Sydney. Yes,
he spun the whell lost. Now he has to watch
every single episode of the show, which you don't think
the show is good, right, No, the.

Speaker 3 (14:09):
Show is terrible, man like, and I keep waiting for
it to get better, and I'm thinking, Okay, this is
gonna be the episode, and I thought I was done
with it.

Speaker 1 (14:15):
And then on DVR there it is bunker Down. So
I'm like, all right, let me bunker down and watch
this piece of crap. That's the name of the episode.
And how long are they without commercials at their DVR? Uh?

Speaker 3 (14:26):
Forty eight yeah, forty three, forty eight minutes whatever, I
fast forward through commercials. And so this one is they're
all getting ready to go to a gala like some
scientists is debuting their new technology, and then I have
these special medallion invites that they're all dressed to the nines.
And as they're about to walk out. Over at the hotel,

the maid found someone dead.

Speaker 1 (14:49):
You know what I mean. That's oh, that's a dead
person in the bathroom.

Speaker 3 (14:53):
So she They get the call and they have to
decide who's going to go to the ball still and
who's gonna go, and so they send the guys in
the best the murder and the women are gonna go
in their gowns to the bunker. And the only problem is,
you don't know where this bunker is. It's all secret.
You have to put blindfolds on. They pick you up
in a car and you don't even know where you are.
And you get down there and they lock the door

and it says, we have two hours of oxygen left,
but with my new technology.

Speaker 1 (15:21):
Don't worry. We can't take much more of this. No, no,
I was all in and then what okay?

Speaker 3 (15:26):
Oh dude, And so then they're like trying to figure
it out. And the guy that's dead in the bathroom,
someone has stole his medallion. He was supposed to be
at the little Gala. Oh my gosh, so the killer
is at.

Speaker 1 (15:39):
The ball on sounds okay, now I'm back in this
kind of does sound goods? Did you like this episode?

Speaker 4 (15:44):

Speaker 1 (15:45):
He was terrible.

Speaker 3 (15:45):
It's so stupid because it's like, oh my gosh, we're
not gonna be able to notify them because they're down
in a bunker and every day the cell services jammed
and no one knows where they are, so they search down.

Speaker 1 (15:56):
They spoil it. I think you give it too much.
It's given the bull thing. They give it too much. Guys,
I don't care. Who cares if we spoil this? No
listeners that watch the show. It's a very highly rated show.
We just wanted to originally watch a whole season of
CSI to see why it was so highly rated. And
the answer is, lunchbox.

Speaker 5 (16:12):
What is it?

Speaker 1 (16:14):
It's it's cis whatever I have cs I, Sydney, I
don't know the name of it. Lunchbox either wrote to
me it was CSI, Sydney.

Speaker 4 (16:20):
Guys, this happens every time, but he literally said this,
this exact thing is deja right now.

Speaker 1 (16:25):
Yeah, I want to read you the text. I have
it ready, c s I Sydney bunker down, doesn't watching?
Can I just tell you how stupid it is? You
have to told it? No? No, there's one part time.

Speaker 3 (16:37):
Here's one part where there's second they're trying to break
into a door, like a locked door that's been crusted
over and rusted over, and they go and they get
a bottle opener from the bartender and they're able to
with that bottle over bust open this door, like you
think a bottleover is that strong?

Speaker 1 (16:54):
So stupid, and they get announced the part that makes
you so mad, the bottle, the bottle opener, I hear.
The whole thing is so stupid.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
You think they go into like these meetings and they're
just like, no, that's too good. Give me some dumber.

Speaker 1 (17:06):
Yes, great point like bottle opener, perfect bill, that's great.
You write that down, silly puddy, you know keep that
for episode eight? Are there any more coming out? Lunchbox?
I don't know. I hope No, I hope wing. Actually
there has to be because it said to me, continued,
there's one lesson. You got it to be continued episode.
You got more ambition as the last episode. Are they
still in the bunker? I don't say it. I can't

tell you. But would you like to hear my wife's review?
Yeah you have audio? Yeah, yeah, go ahead.

Speaker 3 (17:33):
Ahead, And we skipped because it sounded like crap and
it would have it would not be translated.

Speaker 1 (17:39):
Driving down the road. You hear potholes hitting Andy in
the back seat, by the way, everybody, that's Scuba that
jumped in and we were waiting for the audio to
play and that Scooba going, no, we don't have it.
That's how bad it was. I mean it was. It
was probably better in the show though, as bad as
the segment. Probably. Yeah, I thank you, lunchbox. One more
to go. All right, bunker down, folks. But it's again,

tell me write it down for me. That is in CIS.
I keep saying CSI because he wrote that for me.
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 2 (18:12):
So there's a guy in East Texas named Ken Chin
and his daughter was in the hospital a few years ago,
and there are a bunch of kids in that hospital,
and he realized that there were no musical instruments in there,
and he loves to play guitar, so he donated some
guitars to some kids and they're like, this is awesome,
and they started a whole music therapy program there at
the hospital, and he says, why don't I just do
this from now on? So now he's got an organization

where he collects guitars and he donates them to people,
and recently he just donated twelve guitars to the students
at Johnston McQueen Elementary in East Texas. That's freaking awesome
because I love guitar.

Speaker 1 (18:44):
It's really cool. You know. I worked with musicians I
called for years and was on the board. We would
go to hospitals and play music and you would I know,
I was in the hospital a lot as a kid,
but you would see people that were just in the
same bed. That's what they do. They're there for days. Yeah.
The only people they see mostly are people I mean
in that either are looking to fix them, their doctors
or nurses, or people coming in to give support and sympathy.

And so we would go in and you would just see,
depending on the age you if we had somebody like
over eighty, we learned songs from like the forties and
fifties oldies. Yeah, we tried to. Yeah, Taylor SWI up
a pretty universal though for like young kids. It wasn't
like we could just do any song like at a
bar where guys like twenty bucks, I'll play whatever at
the end of bar. But it really would change their outlook.

And the fact that they have this program in the
hospital is awesome. Oh yeah, that he's helping.

Speaker 2 (19:29):
And the way I learned how to play guitar was
when I was just bored for hours and hours and hours.
So if you have someone just sitting laying in a
bed and like you give them a guitar, like, okay,
this is cool. And these students now we're gonna have
rock and rollers in the future.

Speaker 1 (19:40):
That's it. This is cool. We have rock and roll
will come back. Yeah because of this, all right, that's
what it's all about. That was telling me something good
on the Bobby Bones Show. Now came Brown. There's a question.
Eddie's been one to ask, like, okay, like the last
three times you've been here, so let's not forget it.

Speaker 2 (19:56):
Yeah, yeah, and I had it during Christmas because like
when I'm a huge Elvis fan, and when I searched Elvis,
the first song on top is you and Elvis doing
Blue Christmas. Like that is the featured song, not hound Dog,
not Suspicious Minds. It's Blue Christmas with Kane Brown and
Elvis Presley. But I'm always wondering, like how did that happen?

Like how did all that come together?

Speaker 5 (20:20):
Well, dude, they've been begging me to do a Christmas
song for the longest and I'm not a big Christmas
music fan, but the song that I've always like warmed
up with or just practice like if we were on
stage was Blue Christmas. So it only made sense for
me to do that song. And we did it two
years ago I think now, and it did really well

for us. So then Elvis's team came back and said
they saw a lot of Elvis and me and they
were just saying that they were going to throw his
vocal on it. So whenever I heard it, I start
freaking out, this is amazing.

Speaker 1 (20:52):
So you sang it, but there was no Elvis vocal.
They just put all that on there.

Speaker 5 (20:57):
Later, Yeah, they used my record reversion that I did
two years ago and just added his vocal on it.

Speaker 1 (21:02):
That's pretty cool.

Speaker 5 (21:03):
That's amazing. It was awesome.

Speaker 1 (21:04):
He's been waiting for that question every time you leave.
He goes, I didn't ask about Elvis every time. I
think it's amazing because I love Elvis. I love you dude.
It's awesome. I did see speaking of Christmas, you'd posted
an Instagram story. Did you buy like a race car
thing in your house, like a driving video game? Yeah?

Speaker 5 (21:19):
Yeah, about to racing stimulators.

Speaker 1 (21:21):
So that's in a video game with the simulator.

Speaker 5 (21:23):
What is what like what is that Grand Trismo?

Speaker 4 (21:27):
Yeah like that?

Speaker 5 (21:31):
Yeah, yeah, but I think that the so you watch
the movie, Yeah, so I think the guy. So red
Bull brought me one. I love al red Bull. I'm
not about the crap on you all. But they brought
me one that's basically like from Best Buy. So it's
just a TV so it doesn't move the wheel of
move and everything. But my buddy runs a company in
town called Podium One that they just open and so

it's an actual poor seat and then they have it
on hydraulics and then the wheel you can turn up
the torque and everything, so like if you uh, actually
like if you're spinning out and you hit a wall
or something, it's got so much power, like it kills you.
You can break your finger, it kills Yeah.

Speaker 1 (22:06):
Wow, I don't want that game. No, No, it's it's
fun like playing Call of Duty. He's like, no, man,
if you're on the wrong spot, you get shot. It's
right in the thigh.

Speaker 5 (22:14):
I tell everybody if you're if you're gonna rick and
you're not experiencing with cars, just let go of the
wheel and then when they let go, it just takes off.

Speaker 1 (22:21):
Does that make you want to race for real?

Speaker 5 (22:23):
Well? I always drag race anyway. I go to the
drag strip and stuff and race, But.

Speaker 1 (22:28):
I mean like drag racing. I mean not even drag
like get on the track and race against other people.

Speaker 5 (22:32):
Oh yeah you do that? No, no, so my friends do.
I've never Actually I've been to a track one time
out in Phoenix and it was one of the best
things I've ever done. But one day, one day, I
do want to do it.

Speaker 1 (22:44):
What night mostly are you guys playing ball at your house? Wednesday?

Speaker 5 (22:48):
Wednesdays, Wednesdays, Mondays or Sundays day.

Speaker 1 (22:54):
I get I'll get a text on Wednesday going hey,
come play ball, and I'm going I have to work
at five in the morning, and I'm like, well, you can't.
Can't do it on Fridays he's on the road, Saturdays
is on the road, and then everybody's like his gym's
like called collegiate gym.

Speaker 5 (23:08):
We do it Sunday mornings. I'm trying to get you
out there. There's gotta be one day we can make.

Speaker 1 (23:13):
Yeah, I could do a Sunday morning, but the only
time I ever get invited is like Gator hit me
up and go like we needed a player, come over
on Wednesday night. But you guys play like nine pm
until win.

Speaker 5 (23:22):
Well, I think we used to play eight and then
it'll go to like ten.

Speaker 1 (23:24):
Are you the best player at your games?

Speaker 5 (23:27):
Dude, I'm getting old. My hip flexers are not working.

Speaker 1 (23:30):
Are you the best player in your games? No?

Speaker 5 (23:32):
I mean there's a lot of people out there that's
just talented. It'll blow your mind.

Speaker 1 (23:37):
Who is good that we wouldn't think would be a
good basketball player that we would know they would know? Yeah,
like an artist or does any other artist show up
and play out there?

Speaker 5 (23:48):
Not really, I would say, I mean, I would say
the best artist that I've played with, sure would probably
be like Matt still, Oh yeah, he's good.

Speaker 1 (23:56):
Yeah, I know, we would assume I took it to
math though pretty recently took it to them.

Speaker 4 (24:01):
He took it to him.

Speaker 1 (24:02):
But we played pig right. No, this is like three
years ago knock out. Yeah, Matt played college basketball. Do
you still do any of the basketball stuff where it's
like NBA All Star, you know, celebrity games.

Speaker 5 (24:14):
No, but I came up on my Instagram who was
playing this year? And I got really jealous. I really
want to meet Kyle Centa.

Speaker 1 (24:22):
Do you have good relationships from those games? Like? Do
you meet people and you play together, so then you
become friends after you know me?

Speaker 5 (24:30):
Man, I don't really talk.

Speaker 1 (24:31):
That's well, that's true. Well you do once you know
the person.

Speaker 5 (24:33):
Yeah, yeah, I mean like during the game and Megatron
Cavin Johnson, we became good friends there, but then after
that we had I didn't know contact.

Speaker 1 (24:43):
Caine Brown's here, I'm gonna play. I can feel it.
How do you feel about because this song kind of
flew up? I mean it did probably what your expectations were.
I don't know what your expectations were.

Speaker 5 (24:52):
I don't really have expectations. I just loved this song.
I thought it was a you know, it's an iconic song,
and then you know it's so powerful. I've been trying
to look for just songs that were quick for radio,
and then I haven't even got to play it live yet.
Only played it for that New Year's Eve thing. It's
the only time I played it.

Speaker 1 (25:07):
Why haven't you played it live? No shows yet?

Speaker 5 (25:09):
Yeah, not any show on the Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 1 (25:12):
Now, looking at some of your dates when you go
over to the UK, what are those crowds like? It's
like you're starting over with a new fan base, or
you have a pretty solid fan base over there. Anyway,
they just sing with a different accent.

Speaker 5 (25:24):
Uh yeah, I mean for me, it's it's not crazy,
but yeah, it's it's almost like starting over. But it's
they're just so.

Speaker 1 (25:31):
Rabbid, you're burying me in Georgia.

Speaker 5 (25:34):
I don't know. I think they I think they have.
It's like when they sing my songs, it's more of
an American accent.

Speaker 1 (25:40):
I would say, yeah, probably. I also can't hear accents
when people sing for the most Yeah, sometimes spice girls,
I can hear an accent, but mostly if someone's British,
you don't really hear their accent or you don only
hear your accent. Yeah, do you do you think you
have an accent? I?

Speaker 5 (25:55):
Well, I mean everybody tells me that I sound so
othern than there's other people tell me I don't have
an accent at all.

Speaker 1 (26:02):
Yeah, I would say you sound Southern. You ever go home,
like to back to where you're from here in Tennessee
and like I know you would did that one show?
But do you ever just go back and like see
old like people that made a difference to you back then?

Speaker 5 (26:15):
I try to. It's less now that I have babies,
but before I used to go all the time, and
then now my family will just come up up here
for like Easter or something.

Speaker 1 (26:23):
Is Chattanooga what you would call home or is it
a small town?

Speaker 5 (26:27):
I my so I call home Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. But
after my freshman year of high school, I moved to
uh Hickson, which all that area is is basically I
call it Chattanooga.

Speaker 1 (26:41):
Do you ever go back? Because what's weird for me
when I go back to Mountain Pine? Which Mountain Pine's
like outside of Hot Springs, which is outside of a
little rock, right, because they're just small and like the
places that like you lived or maybe aren't even there anymore, and.

Speaker 5 (26:52):
It's just weird, like I forget, like how to get places.

Speaker 1 (26:56):
It's weird.

Speaker 5 (26:56):
I've lived there my whole life, and I'm like, where
how do I get to the mall?

Speaker 1 (26:59):
Can you get places in town without a GPS here? Yeah?
Which I can't. I can get nowhere?

Speaker 5 (27:06):
Well, I mean it depends where I'm going, but I
usually I never leave my house, and if I do,
I'm normally going to a place I've already been before.

Speaker 1 (27:13):
Are you now? Because I know you've been spending a
bunch of time in Florida? Is that because when it
gets cold, you don't want to be where it's cold.

Speaker 5 (27:21):
Uh, we kind of lucked out because we are not
looked at. We're unlucky because we bought a place where
it's still cold. When it's cold here. Oh that sucks.

Speaker 1 (27:31):
Yeah, I mean it doesn't suck. That's awesome that you
got to play. But I mean, you know, cold weather.
I hate cold weather.

Speaker 5 (27:37):
Yeah I did too. I mean, but I mean it
was it was forty here last night and it was
seventy down there. But the wind was blown.

Speaker 1 (27:43):
So when you make a list like the most Influential People,
which is what happened with the Time one hundred most
Influential People list, and you show up on that thing,
how do you feel about that? And what do you
think that you're influencing?

Speaker 5 (27:59):
And I'm weird. So for me, it's like that's awesome,
and it's cool that I am influencing, you know, kids,
and I hope that it's a good influence. But other
than that, there's another part of me that's just so
laid back. It's like called I don't know who made
the list, maybe just somebody just liked me and put

me on the list.

Speaker 1 (28:20):
Well, so what would you want kids that watch you
on social media or know your story? Like what what
are you proud of about you that you would want
them to take from you?

Speaker 5 (28:32):
I just try to show people to be respectful, you know.
I like, you know, doing music that everybody can listen
to and there's not a curse word here like every
other word, and you know, just give back and help
people as much as you can.

Speaker 1 (28:47):
Having a baby boy, I am pretty cool.

Speaker 5 (28:52):
It's sick. I'm scared for three it was I guess
it was God's plan. Hey got me neutered already? Oh
you gotta Yeah, that's the craziest story.

Speaker 4 (29:03):
But she got you like at so you said it
was God's plan. So was she before the boy or
after the boy?

Speaker 5 (29:09):
After? After we found out she was. It was so
wild because so I was. It was my birthday and
I'm just telling you two different stories. Are quick. It
was my birthday. We got on a private plane to
go golf. So I went to played Jordan's course and
a couple other courses, and I get a phone call
that my house is on fire. As I'm taking off.

Speaker 1 (29:29):
You're going to play Michael Jordan's course, and as you're
going it's awesome, you get told your house on fire,
which is not awesome.

Speaker 5 (29:34):
So that's how that's how my birthday trip started. And
so we're layding. We find out everything's fine. It was
just like the heat. We turned on the heat and
it started smoking. So then this time I'm going down
to golf again. We get on the plane. As I'm
taking off, I hear Kate say I think I'm pregnant,
and then it cuts out, and so the whole flight down,
I'm like, oh my god, what's going on? So I

was like, I'm hoping she's wrong. So she lands and
then she's preg and then I was like, I'm just
I'm never flying private again.

Speaker 1 (30:04):
Every time you get on a plane.

Speaker 5 (30:06):
Yeah. But then we found out it was a boy,
and it was like, okay, it was it was God's plan.
We had two girls. We weren't trying this time my game,
if you know what I'm talking about. Strong.

Speaker 1 (30:24):
We got out and turned out.

Speaker 4 (30:27):
Do you a lot of y'all feel that way?

Speaker 1 (30:28):
Yeah, go ahead, And.

Speaker 5 (30:32):
Yeah, it turns out it was a boy. So I
was like, Okay, it was God's playing.

Speaker 1 (30:36):
But what about you said she she like you said
she gave you the second mey or something like that.
I know she didn't do it herself. She was telling me,
you gotta go get it, got it, get it. And
every time she would say that or was telling somebody
the story, dude, my stomach, I just get sick.

Speaker 5 (30:51):
I can't do it.

Speaker 1 (30:52):

Speaker 5 (30:53):
It didn't hurt. God. I want to tell you the
story so bad because it's so funny. Just imagine, have
you got it done? And you got it done?

Speaker 1 (31:01):
In here every Wednesday? Just scuba, right, yeah, scuba. He
got his done but then the doctors like, don't have
intimate relations with your wife. But he did, Like when
he got home and he was in pain for months,
you know what I mean, He's like, you couldn't even wait.

Speaker 4 (31:13):
For the moment.

Speaker 1 (31:14):
I don't know if you felt that. When you get home,
you're like, man, I just I'm so proud of what
I did, and she was proud of me. Let's do it.
But then he was hurt. Yeah, so yes.

Speaker 5 (31:23):
So for me, dude, it was so weird. I mean,
they gave me a gas or whatever. But I'm laying
on my back and I have a nurse over me
and a doctor and they're just talking about their day,
and I'm just laying on this table.

Speaker 4 (31:36):
And I'm like, you're aware, but you're just out of it.

Speaker 5 (31:38):
Do you think you're like, Oh, I'm not out of
it at all. I'm just you know, sky high happy,
and they're just having their conversation about their day and
and and all this stuff. And then you're just on
the tables, you know, spread eagle. It was wild wow.
And then oh and then he's he meant he did
set a joke about a guy coming in with three
tess Yeah.

Speaker 1 (31:58):

Speaker 5 (31:59):
And I was like, were you can't tell me this.
I'm you're serious and he's like, oh yeah, I'm like okay.

Speaker 1 (32:05):
There's no way that's a true story. Though, everything seems
to be going pretty good. Uh huh yeah, pretty happy
right now? Yeah, Yeah, good to see you buddy. Good
to see It's just when it's warmer, we see you more.
I see you more. It's like stuff to do outside,
all hangout. So I'm ready for it to get a
little warmer myself around here.

Speaker 5 (32:24):
I can't wait.

Speaker 1 (32:25):
Congratulations on the third Child's coming up. Pretty cool, you
got your boy. Congrats on I can feel it. And
Cane's going out six stadium shows by the way. The
in the Air Tour Kane Brown Music dot Com starts
March eighth, and so that's today. It's today, right, Yeah,
you're you're in London tonight. Holy crap, how's you gonna

get there? So you gotta go? Yeah, dude, how are
you gonna get to? Uh? And then shows all the
way up until September go to Caanbrown music dot com. Yeah,
congratulations man, really cool and always loves thanks.

Speaker 5 (33:00):
Good to see you man.

Speaker 1 (33:03):
Here's a voicemail from last night Good.

Speaker 6 (33:04):
Morning Studio A longtime listener. First Sun Paul is just
receiving an awful letter to become my dream job of
becoming a firefighter. Only downside is that it's in a
different city, win and I'd be going all by myself
and worst of ball start in eight days. And I
was just wondering with the studio thanks about taking their

dream job, and how much time is out?

Speaker 1 (33:27):
Enough time?

Speaker 6 (33:27):
I appreciate your help and anything else can provide, have
a good one.

Speaker 1 (33:32):
In his description of his life, he never mentioned he
was having to leave behind, leave behind anybody, go go, go, go,
don't stop. I've done it. Lived in Little Rock and Love, Arkansas,
but new to move up. I gotta go. And so Austin,
Texas called me. I was twenty one years old. Hey
can you start? Yeah? When Monday it's like Thursday? Okay, Yeah.

I was scared to death, but packed up my crap,
put on a trailer in my front courtney. We drove
down in a snowstorm, tak us like twenty six hours
for like a seven hour trip, lost half the luggage
on the way, half for stuff. It was on a trailer.
But it was the best thing I ever did. Was
I scared? Yes, was I wondering if it was the
wrong decision? Yes? Was I nervous it wasn't going to
work out?

Speaker 3 (34:12):

Speaker 1 (34:12):
Did I know anybody? No, greatest thing I ever did.
The worst thing that can happen is you go. It
doesn't work out, you come back. Yeah, you come back.
And the best thing is it changes your life because
you're pursuing a passion that you love. Don't let fears,
there are selfish fears get in the way of you

achieving your dream or chasing your goals. Now, there are
family issues, if your kids can't move, those are real things.
But if it's just about you, suck it up and go, go, go,
go go. I couldn't. You should already be moving right
now from when I started this talk. You should have
your crap pack and you should be going. So, yeah,
go get it. I've done it. It sucks, but it's awesome.

It's like working out. I hate working, I hate exercise,
But at the end, I'm like, all right, feel pretty good.
Yeah I goad, I did that? All right, here we go.
Give me a voicemail number four. What did the fish
say when he ran into a concrete wall?

Speaker 3 (35:08):
Damn, I have a good time.

Speaker 1 (35:11):
I love, Thanks, buddy. I feel like if we let
your mom know you left that joke, you might get
in trouble. No. No, no, he's talking about like a
water dam good point, yeah, d am man. I feel
like it's a double in two ways double pile of stories.

Speaker 4 (35:28):
There's a new viral trend and it is putting diaper
cream on your face.

Speaker 1 (35:32):
Oh. I would imagine it's a story because it's something
you put on a baby's but more than what's actually
in it, because it's probably good for your skin in
general wherever you put it, but because it's like, oh,
we put on a baby's butt, like it's kind of funny.

Speaker 4 (35:45):
Like the hemorrhoid cream I was putting under my eyes.

Speaker 1 (35:48):
And what that does like preparation? H well, eddiot, it's
not used by somebody first, Well I never heard of
that about for your bottom, yes, like your in bottom,
inside the bottom. Yeah, but it tightens skin, and so
it could probably be marketed even as like it would
be preparation. I I even I under your eyes everywhere.

But that's baby butt cream? What's that for?

Speaker 4 (36:11):
So the doctor scherene Idris. She claims that it makes
her face supple and beautiful. Another doctor warns though, it
could cause irritation and acne.

Speaker 1 (36:19):
So just beware if anyone claims that something makes them
supple and beautiful, that's a weird thing to claim. You
should always claim it makes somebody else supple and beautiful,
not yourself, because it opens you up to so much criticism.
Like you might be supple, but you definitely have beautiful,
you know what I mean. I know I haven't seen her.
What's supple? I would say supple is like full.

Speaker 4 (36:38):
Supple is hydrating, Like you know, when you're more hydrated,
you look healthier.

Speaker 1 (36:44):
Think of you after Thanksgiving mil one before you go back.
That's supple after the second miss extra supple. Yeah, that's
too full.

Speaker 4 (36:51):
Yes, that also will help combat dry and dull skin.
So test it out if you want to. Okay, this
just stuck out to me as interesting because a quarter
of people consider scrolling through social media a hobby.

Speaker 1 (37:04):
Oh that's interesting. I consider it a necessity. We need
a roof over our head water food and social media. Huh.
So I get it. But if someone said what's your
hobbies and you said scrolling social media? So bad? I
know I'm underdeveloped in some areas, but you need some work.

Speaker 4 (37:22):
That's what was confusing to me, and I was like,
is that really where we're going? Like now it's twenty
four percent, but then in five years from now, it's
gonna be like fifty percent of people.

Speaker 1 (37:30):
And I'm sure everybody does it, but to label it
as a hobby, that's like, what are your hobbies? Well,
I enjoy having a good drink of water, but what's
your hobby.

Speaker 2 (37:37):
It's what you do in your spare time. And if
you're scrolling your spare time, it's your hobby. But sometimes
we're doing it in not our spare time. Yeah, oh
always just yeah, we always rolling rolling. Yeah, there's people
at work they don't have spare time. They're scrolling through
social media. That's a weird hobby.

Speaker 4 (37:50):
Yeah, go ahead, Okay, So Dolly Pardon shared her first crush.
She was a teenager at the time and he was
a country superstar.

Speaker 1 (37:57):
Maetoven no country super Yeah yeah, yeah, you know guesses
not Porta Wagner because that would be weird becausehnway Twitt
is it what we know? His name? Definitely Johnny Cash. Yeah, yeah,
oh that's cool. I only guessed that I just played
poker there. I didn't know what Johnny Cash. But I
watched Howard She said definitely, and I figured I'd be

a top three country artist. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (38:20):
Yeah, so she was once asked about it. Johnny knew
and and that's when I first realized what sex appeal was.
I was thirteen years old.

Speaker 1 (38:29):
It was like, little did I know he would be
the first person to introduce some did say to Johnny
Cash when you first left it?

Speaker 4 (38:35):
I didn't say anything. My mouth just flew open.

Speaker 1 (38:38):
Well, first I had.

Speaker 4 (38:39):
Seen him on stage and I had all these feelings,
which now I know.

Speaker 1 (38:42):
Is just you know, no sex appeal or something. I
don't know if that's exactly the word. That's what I was.
You have any comment on that.

Speaker 5 (38:50):
I really appreciate that.

Speaker 1 (38:51):
That's funny. Sometimes I'll see, like Betone was pretty good
looking dude, though, really yeah, Like I feel like, but
those are all paintings, right, Yeah, yeah, yeah, I guess.
But like when I was a kid, I thought Marshall
Brady had a crush on Marsha Brady. But there's no
way I could have actually, as a kid gone on
a date with Marshall Brady because one, I didn't go

on dates as a kid, and then two shits from
the seventies, right, but Beethoven, I don't know. Maybe Mozar
is better looking at Beethoven. Yeah, I don't even know
what they look like. Beethoven was deaf.

Speaker 4 (39:20):
Yeah, I need to google what he looks like.

Speaker 1 (39:23):
And they wore cool clothes. Yeah, the ruffles right here,
you know, like over their necks. That was leg That
was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the good
news watch box.

Speaker 3 (39:38):
Last week, a dude walked into the Jug Saloon in Jacksonville, Florida,
had a thing of gasoline and starts pouring it all
over the floor. Says, I'm gonna burn this bar down,
and some customer is sitting there having a beer said
not on my watch. Boom tackles the dude and holds

him down so he can't light the place on fire.

Speaker 1 (40:04):
What would you have done in that situation?

Speaker 3 (40:06):
But I'd have taken him down, just like I almost
took down the old man on the airplane.

Speaker 1 (40:09):
Was bringing this up every time, now, but you also
weren't going to take down the I.

Speaker 3 (40:13):
I was getting my phone out, I was gonna say, hey,
record this because he was getting a little testy with
the flight attendant. I was about to have to take
him down and duct tape him to the seat. But
we were all we were all with you. But luckily
he saw the look in my eyes and he saw
the surprise and he sat down.

Speaker 1 (40:31):
What you guys, I don't know if you know. Yeah,
do you guys remember George Burns by any chance? Yeah,
the old man with a cigar or mister Burns from
the Simpsons. That's who I know. Okay, both those Yes,
that's who the guy looked like. And Lunchbox is breaking
about taking him down. And he wasn't even that testy.
He need help with getting his bag up there because
he was older, and he goes here record this and

then he never did anything. Okay, And I do like
the story I don't want to lose what we did here.
This guy took down somebody trying to burn the bar
down at Jugs.

Speaker 3 (40:59):
Yeah, but the Jug Saloon is from Leonard Skinner's song
give Me Three Steps.

Speaker 1 (41:04):
If you don't know that song, hold on, I think
it's no no, no, isn't it too? Hold On? I
was cutting a rug down at a place called the
Jug with the girl named Lynda Lou. Oh there we go,
and walk man with the gun in his hand and
he was looking for you know who. I said, Hey,
the fella with your hair color. You got it, so

won't you gimme it too? Is it three or two steps?
Three steps? Man? It three? Three steps? Man? I only
needed two. I guess it wasn't crazy steps. Give me
three steps? Missed to give me three steps towards the door,
said Lunchbox, this is where he was with Lindy Lou.
This is where he was with Lindy, with Lindy Lou.
And what's crazy is the guy that was going to
burn the bar down was a regular there. Yeah, something

must happen. Lendy must have done it wrong. All right,
thank you, Lunchbox. That's it. This whole thing turned weird,
but it's still that's what it's all about. That was
telling me something good.
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Ding dong! Join your culture consultants, Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang, on an unforgettable journey into the beating heart of CULTURE. Alongside sizzling special guests, they GET INTO the hottest pop-culture moments of the day and the formative cultural experiences that turned them into Culturistas. Produced by the Big Money Players Network and iHeartRadio.

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