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July 4, 2024 53 mins

Lainey Wilson is on the show! She talks about her career, new music, reveals that no one showed up to her birthday party in High School and more! Then, Amy shares some tips on how to protect yourself and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Well gormitting, Welcome to Thursday Show Morning Studio Morning.

Speaker 2 (00:13):
Let's go around the room. If you could invent a holiday,
what would it be. You could invent a holiday, what
would it be?

Speaker 3 (00:24):
I'll go first. It would be National left Handers Day.

Speaker 2 (00:27):
But everything has to be built for us for once
in our life, meaning desks, scissors, ball gloves. You need
to be able to find ball gloves and guitars. And
there's a real struggle with being left handed, and you
just accept it and forget that, you guys right handers
having a lot easier than the left handers after a while,
because it's just a it's a difficult life. And I

(00:48):
would have National left Handed Day where all the stuff
is that or you guys just have to suffer through
what we have to suffer.

Speaker 4 (00:53):
Why why don't we talk?

Speaker 3 (00:54):
You can never find anything?

Speaker 2 (00:56):
Then, so I would go and we also get everybody
gets five hundred dollars left handed and you have to
prove it by throwing the ball through a hole.

Speaker 3 (01:03):
Oh, they can't just claim it. National left Handers Day
is my holiday.

Speaker 5 (01:08):
The amy National No Parenting Day.

Speaker 6 (01:11):
The government provides care.

Speaker 4 (01:13):
What I was gonna do.

Speaker 6 (01:16):
Kids is just like I don't know, go do whatever
you want, and.

Speaker 3 (01:20):
That's part of it. You can do whatever you want.
Like no laws, you can kill them.

Speaker 5 (01:25):
No, no, no, no, you don't have to break the law.
But you don't have to go to work. You don't
have to work as a parent. You don't have to
cook anything, or clean anything, or laundry.

Speaker 3 (01:34):
Or eddies every day. You don't know, that's not true.

Speaker 5 (01:38):
There's no consequence. You don't have to hand out consequences.

Speaker 3 (01:41):
God, that's awesome. Exhaust I'm kidding it, anybody.

Speaker 7 (01:43):
Yeah, mine was kind of the same thing, but you
know what, it would be cool a random Wednesday day.
So like one random Wednesday they tell you everyone has
this day off and you didn't plan for it.

Speaker 3 (01:54):
You're just like, hey, it's like find a ten dollars
in your pocket.

Speaker 8 (01:56):
That's what I'm talking about, White Wednesday, because they.

Speaker 3 (01:59):
Random Wednesday day.

Speaker 2 (02:00):
Yeah, random Wednesday Day. I kind of like it because
you never know what's coming and you wake up and
at twelve oh one you have the day off. All
of a sudden it comes across like an amber alert.

Speaker 3 (02:10):
Random Wednesday day.

Speaker 4 (02:12):
You don't have to go to work.

Speaker 3 (02:13):
That'd be amazing.

Speaker 9 (02:15):
Lunchbox National, No Tipping Day one day out of the year.
You go everywhere, anywhere, and they cannot ask you for
a tip. There can't be a tip line, there can't
be a sign that says, hey, we accept tips.

Speaker 3 (02:28):
They can't put a bucket, a.

Speaker 9 (02:29):
Cardboard box, a milk joke, nothing, No tips allowed on
national no Tipping Day.

Speaker 10 (02:36):
So just.

Speaker 2 (02:39):
This as a whole off. Three of us wanted something
for other people. One of us wanted to take something
away from somebody.

Speaker 11 (02:45):
No.

Speaker 9 (02:46):
I wanted to give this to all you guys and
to feel like you have to tip everyone.

Speaker 2 (02:51):
I hear you, but I'm saying your your day is
you not giving the servers?

Speaker 9 (02:59):
It's not just servers. Walk in a hotel, Hey, welcome
to our hotel.

Speaker 3 (03:02):
Can you give me a tip?

Speaker 11 (03:03):
Hey?

Speaker 3 (03:03):
Would you like to help me? Stay bro I mean
every hotel you stay at the airbnb where they asked
for the note, oh me, was it here? Which is weird?
Telling hunch walk out?

Speaker 12 (03:11):
So I stayed at an Airbnb and they left a
note that said you could venmo to tip the house
cleaner for the airbnb.

Speaker 3 (03:20):
Absolutely, Morgan. Why was that weird?

Speaker 12 (03:24):
It was weird because I already paid a sixty five
dollars cleaning fee to stay at the airbnb.

Speaker 9 (03:29):
There's already a built in fee when you booked the airbnb.

Speaker 7 (03:32):
But the fees for the owner of the house to clean,
and the tip is for the clean But no, the.

Speaker 2 (03:37):
Hold on and I love tipping. Lived my life built
on other people's tips forever. I will say, though, why
that's weird is that sixty five dollars is for the
owner to pay for somebody to clean.

Speaker 3 (03:46):
They're already getting that money. There you go, I'm not there,
you go? You the ownership tip?

Speaker 6 (03:51):
Yeah, yeah, yes, I'm not.

Speaker 3 (03:53):
Going to work. If you want to tip, great, But
I'm saying that is weird.

Speaker 9 (03:57):
But I'm not going to get the benefit of a
clean house, so why would I.

Speaker 11 (04:00):
No.

Speaker 9 (04:01):
See, this is why we need National note Tipping Day. Yeah,
screw everybody, right, so stupid?

Speaker 2 (04:06):
Yeah, all right, that's how we start the show today.

Speaker 3 (04:10):
Time to open up the mail bag.

Speaker 10 (04:12):
You send the game mail and we read it all
the air.

Speaker 6 (04:15):
It's something we call Bobby's mailbag. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (04:18):
Hello, Bobby Bones, my boyfriend of six years, and I've
been talking about getting married. The reason he hasn't popped
the question yet is because he was trying to wait
until he was financially stable to start the next chapter
of our lives. He's made great progress and pan off
a lot of debts, and he's got a better paying job.
The thing is, I still make more money than he does,
and I think the ring he could afford now isn't
the engagement ring out of one anyway, I love him

(04:41):
at the end of the day, any ring would be fine,
but I've also waited years for him to pop the question.
I would really just love the ring that I had envisioned,
but I just don't think he's there yet financially. He's
been subtly asking me what kind of engagement rings I
like for the last couple of months, so I do
feel like it could be coming soon. My best friend
also been engaging interest. Do I suggest the ring I

(05:02):
really want, even though maybe something he can't afford, Or
do I pick a more modest ring and risk not
loving it? Sign soon to be engaged? This is an
easy one. Tell him the ring you want, Tell him
the exact ring you want. I'm gonna tell you why
because it sounds like you say you make more money
and you can afford it, But right maybe right now,
he can't but as soon as you get married, you're

(05:23):
paying the same bill on it anyway.

Speaker 3 (05:27):
So let's say you pay what.

Speaker 6 (05:30):
If he wants to pay for it in full, I.

Speaker 3 (05:32):
Don't think he's going to based on the criteria here.

Speaker 6 (05:34):
That was what he was waiting for all this time.

Speaker 3 (05:37):
He's trying to.

Speaker 2 (05:38):
Save and maybe, but I take it here as well,
he can't if it's the ring that you That's why
I tell him, oh, gotcha, he can't.

Speaker 3 (05:43):
If you, you need to tell him exactly what you want.

Speaker 2 (05:45):
So there's no resentment at all from him that he
couldn't get you what you want. So if he wants
to get you what he wants what you want, it's
gonna be a ring. Let's just say it's ten dollars, okay,
and he can't afford the ten dollar ring, but he
wants ten dollars ring. So he goes and he puts
money down on the ten dollars ring and plans to
pay it off two bucks a months for the next
six years or whatever the case is. But the good
thing is, once you get married, you now join and

(06:06):
you can pay it together and it's not a big deal.

Speaker 5 (06:08):
So would you be offended though, if like you were
getting married to someone, or you were waiting to propose,
and she came and said, Hey, I really want this ring.
I know it's kind of out of your budget, but
it's cool, Like, I'll go in on it with you. No,
say that ahead of time. You can't say, don't say that,
can't Okay, I was just asking you.

Speaker 3 (06:26):
No, I wouldn't like that.

Speaker 4 (06:26):
The guy doesn't want that.

Speaker 3 (06:27):
No, I don't like that.

Speaker 2 (06:28):
I don't think the guy mindes want you're married to
use money for all the bills.

Speaker 3 (06:33):
But I don't know.

Speaker 2 (06:34):
I don't want that. Okay, Just let him tell him
the ring you want. If you can't afford it, he
won't get it. If he can afford to pay payments
on it, that's great. Let him pay payments and then
you can join together and pay it off later. Gotcha,
Eddie your thoughts.

Speaker 4 (06:45):
I think we're missing the point here.

Speaker 7 (06:47):
I mean, it's just weird because she's like, I think
she's more worried about this ring than the actual marriage,
because she's like, oh, it's six years.

Speaker 4 (06:54):
He's taking a long time.

Speaker 7 (06:55):
She's stressing him out, Like she's stressing him out because
she wants this ring he can't afford. They could have
gotten married four years ago.

Speaker 3 (07:02):
But I don't think it's just about the ring.

Speaker 2 (07:04):
I think it's I think it's a lot about to
take her as being just ring hungry. I took her
as someone who knows what they want.

Speaker 6 (07:10):
She's just now started to look.

Speaker 3 (07:12):
I took it as the diamonds.

Speaker 4 (07:13):
Are twine, man. You know what I mean, just getting married?

Speaker 6 (07:16):
Do you want her to just settle for whatever he can?

Speaker 13 (07:18):
Yeah?

Speaker 6 (07:19):
Totally, it's fine too. Is it settles fine?

Speaker 3 (07:21):
Limonds are twined? Are you singing, Ryan?

Speaker 4 (07:23):
Yeah? Diamonds are twine, man.

Speaker 7 (07:27):
I got my wife three thousand dollars engagement ring.

Speaker 3 (07:31):
She still has that today, and I can.

Speaker 4 (07:33):
Afford a better one.

Speaker 7 (07:34):
But you know what, that's what we got married, and
that's that's still our original ring.

Speaker 4 (07:38):
I love that.

Speaker 6 (07:38):
And he's like, I could upgree to know I could.

Speaker 3 (07:40):
But I think all that you're missing the point. That's, you, guys,
a situation.

Speaker 2 (07:43):
All I'm saying to her is she's saying, should I
say that I want this ring or should I just
say I want a different ring?

Speaker 3 (07:47):
Because she's saying that.

Speaker 4 (07:48):
What's more important the marriage of the ring?

Speaker 2 (07:50):
Oh my god, Okay, she's not saying you have to
make a decision that My advice is what it is.

Speaker 3 (07:56):
Say what you want. Yeah, he knows your heart. He
knows you. We can tell your heart just by the email,
and he wants.

Speaker 6 (08:02):
You to have what you want.

Speaker 3 (08:05):
Unless that's Eddie, and that's what I'm saying.

Speaker 11 (08:08):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (08:08):
All right, that's the mail bag. Close it up. We
got your game mail and we laid it on her.
Now it's found to close Bobby's mail.

Speaker 4 (08:15):
Dida all right.

Speaker 3 (08:18):
Healthy superfans or super dorks.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
They're Costco super fans who have traveled over two hundred
and twenty thousand miles. They visit over two hundred Costco warehouses.
They've done them all here in the States and in
fourteen countries total. They love the Mega store. Now I'm
gonna read you this story, but I'm want to ask you,
what's the nerdiest thing that you do. I don't think
it's gonna be as nerdy as this. I can appreciate.
If they love doing it, good, good for them. But

(08:42):
in the last seven years, David and Susan Schwartz have
went to visit over all these Costcos.

Speaker 7 (08:47):
Wow, I mean hundreds of Costco stores. They've been too
well what's the difference.

Speaker 3 (08:52):
Nothing.

Speaker 4 (08:52):
Yeah, they're all kind of the same.

Speaker 2 (08:54):
Yeah, they say, we went to Paris and didn't visit
a single museum just to Costco. Our friends really struggle
to understand that. They went on a one thousand, five
hundred and eighty two miles road trip from New York
to Omaha to see the Omaha store. When they checked
off their final Costco in Ohio, they gave him a
big old cake, saying, congratulations, you did all of America.
He is a former investment banker, and he was just

(09:17):
kind of like, what do I want to do? I
love Costcos. Let me go drive around to see them all.
Maybe I'll write something about it. But yeah, so that's it.

Speaker 7 (09:23):
They're seeing the costcos so healthy super fans or super.

Speaker 9 (09:27):
Dorks super dorks. I mean, this is the dorky is
the dorks. They've wasted so much money traveling to Costco's
when they are literally almost all the same.

Speaker 3 (09:36):
And they got a cake. I mean the fact that.

Speaker 9 (09:38):
They said, oh, our friends don't understand the fact they
have friends of the shotgut you super dorks.

Speaker 7 (09:45):
Would you go to and think it was fun to do?
Every Major League baseball stadium?

Speaker 2 (09:48):
Yes, Okay, I would say that same all different. No,
there are every Major League Baseball They don't have the
basis that are exactly the same distance. They all played
by the same exact rules. Just like every store they
built the same dimension. They probably saw hot dog there. Yeah,
they're very similar. No, I think going all the costcos
to meat feels lame. But I can't really say it's
super dork if I'm not going to call myself a
super dork.

Speaker 5 (10:08):
Yeah, but also for Lunchbox, I mean he would travel
the US, visiting all the real world homes.

Speaker 3 (10:12):
And he waited hours to meet a pregnant teenager. Now
she was not pregnant, she already had a kid.

Speaker 5 (10:18):
She was a teen mom, though she was famous because
she was a pregnant How.

Speaker 3 (10:21):
Long is you way hour and a half. So what's
the nerdiest thing you do? Amy?

Speaker 6 (10:27):
Bird bingo?

Speaker 3 (10:28):
What bird bingo? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (10:30):
Bingo cards with birds on them?

Speaker 3 (10:31):
Yeah, I see one you put up.

Speaker 5 (10:35):
I mark through it so I have a laminated thing
and then I have like a dry erase marker so
that way you can start over like once you've finished
and when you see the birds, because sometimes I have
regular visitors at my feet aer and I have others
Like just this week.

Speaker 6 (10:48):
And owl showed up in my backyard. I've a mad.

Speaker 5 (10:52):
I've never been able to cross off an owl in
my yard. It's bird bingo in my yard, not just
you know, if I'm hiking in the park, I don't
get to cross anything off.

Speaker 6 (11:01):
But bart out check this week.

Speaker 3 (11:04):
Yeah, Eddie, that's cool.

Speaker 4 (11:05):
Amy uh man.

Speaker 7 (11:06):
Okay, So I spent a lot of time on Google Earth.

Speaker 3 (11:09):
So I watch funny.

Speaker 7 (11:10):
I watch old black and white movies and then I
find out where they were shot, and then I go
to that location on Google Earth to see.

Speaker 4 (11:17):
If anything's changed.

Speaker 7 (11:18):
Sometimes the buildings are still there, and like that's crazy.
And then you move the Google Earth camera to match
what's on the TV screen, and I positive TV screen,
Like that's really cool, that's so dorky.

Speaker 3 (11:27):
I love it. That's awesome, lunchbox.

Speaker 9 (11:30):
Ooh man, I'm gonna admit this. I keep my stats
from my soccer games. Your adult rec leag soccer games.
That is awesome.

Speaker 6 (11:38):
Can you keep them?

Speaker 9 (11:39):
I just write them down, like on a piece of
paper when I get home, and I'm like, all right,
two goals scored, one assist, and however many minutes played.

Speaker 3 (11:47):
That's hilarious, Amy, Why do you turn your chair away
from him? Are you cringing at that?

Speaker 5 (11:53):
I'm like, how many minutes played? Like, have you ever
had to go home and be like one minute?

Speaker 6 (11:57):
No, okay, what's the lowest?

Speaker 3 (12:00):
Oh, twenty minutes. I don't think you would go play
the game if they didn't tell me yeah at.

Speaker 9 (12:03):
One minute, I wouldn't even worth my time. No, So
I just keep the status. At the end of the season,
I look at him like, oh man, you had a
pretty good season, and I throw it in the trash
and then next season keep.

Speaker 6 (12:11):
It in a binder.

Speaker 7 (12:12):
She do a diary. That's a dear diary. I made
a goal at the three forty mark. Hey, it felt good.

Speaker 6 (12:20):
You have a little diary. Now.

Speaker 5 (12:21):
I don't know if you may to ask that. I
don't I need to ask about it right now. But
you have something you're writing in lately. I've never seen
it before.

Speaker 3 (12:28):
I saw this. Yeah. I keep so many notes on
things here at the desk.

Speaker 6 (12:31):
That's new.

Speaker 3 (12:32):
So I keep notes on everything, all right, notes I
put on my phone. I put it. I just needed
a different place for a different set of notes.

Speaker 11 (12:37):
I like it.

Speaker 3 (12:37):
That's what I do notes.

Speaker 6 (12:39):
Notes.

Speaker 3 (12:39):
Those are scribbles.

Speaker 2 (12:40):
I have daily things I need to accomplish in my
phone that I check every day. I have things during
the show that I need to talk about or do.
And this is other creative projects that I'm working.

Speaker 6 (12:50):
Okay here, all right.

Speaker 5 (12:51):
I just when I walked in your officeivity you were
writing in that, I was like, Oh, is he journaling?

Speaker 6 (12:55):
I didn't know.

Speaker 2 (12:56):
I think Amy is amazing. That's funny lunch. If that
was one of us doing it, though, you'd make fun.

Speaker 6 (13:01):
Of us for sure.

Speaker 3 (13:03):
That's why I've never admitted it. Yeah, that's good.

Speaker 13 (13:04):
That's good.

Speaker 3 (13:05):
Morgan. Do you have anything?

Speaker 12 (13:06):
Yeah, So every Thursday night when there's a Marvel movie releasing,
I go to the premiere. Like ever since I binge
watched the first part of it, now, I have not
missed a single Marvel movie premiere.

Speaker 2 (13:16):
On you, you've been a big Marvel person, Like mm hmm,
Like you're a little too normal to be that into it.

Speaker 12 (13:22):
Oh no, And I love it And I'm dressed up
as multiple the characters.

Speaker 3 (13:24):
That's a bad thing.

Speaker 2 (13:25):
I just don't assume people that have good balance in
their life really get that into stuff.

Speaker 3 (13:29):
And you're dedicated.

Speaker 7 (13:30):
To that that's yeah, yeah, because again, you're not hurting anybody.

Speaker 3 (13:33):
It's fine. I like them going on all the costcos.
So super fans.

Speaker 2 (13:36):
Don't hurt anybody. They're enjoying their life. They know what
it's all about. I probably one of my similar to Eddies.
I'll go on deep dives of every ninety sitcom person
in the history of sitcoms, and I'll read their whole Wikipedia.
I'll go search their Instagram, see what they're up to
now or if they're dead or so I do that.

Speaker 3 (13:53):
I think it's why I know everybody's name that was
in a show.

Speaker 2 (13:55):
But probably the nerdiest thing is I've followed football and
basketball recruiting rankings with all the high school kids.

Speaker 3 (14:02):
That's crazy streating in tenth grade.

Speaker 6 (14:05):
Tenth grade, I mean.

Speaker 2 (14:07):
Like you want to get their junior year. From ten
to eleventh grade, you get your first rating. And so
I'll follow them and I subscribe the services following them.

Speaker 6 (14:16):
Now.

Speaker 3 (14:16):
I don't follow them.

Speaker 7 (14:17):
On Instagram, no, but I like following and see where
they go.

Speaker 3 (14:20):
You don't go to their games or anything, like if
they're in town, listen. I don't want. I know, I don't, but.

Speaker 2 (14:25):
I'm not saying to It just already feels weird because
I'm following what sixteen seventeen year old kids are doing.

Speaker 3 (14:31):
With their life.

Speaker 4 (14:31):
Yeah, but somebody's doing that for a job.

Speaker 2 (14:33):
I know, it's not my job. I'm paying two different
services to do it just to see where they're going.
So that's probably it now on borders. It's not creepy,
but I'm just really invested.

Speaker 7 (14:42):
If you follow them on Instagram, that regroup, I'm not.
I don't follow single one of them.

Speaker 3 (14:45):
Oh it's time for the good news.

Speaker 2 (14:47):
Ready.

Speaker 4 (14:52):
Mandy Scepter. She lives in Kentucky. She's a single mom.

Speaker 7 (14:55):
Is always wanted a big family, lots of kids, but
she's not married. So she I looked into the in
vitro or whatever you know you can do it.

Speaker 4 (15:04):
Yeah, in vitro she looked into that.

Speaker 7 (15:06):
She's like, I don't know if I want to do that,
So she looked into fostering. Well, while she was talking
to social work and she said, well, you know what,
skip the fostering part. We have six kids that are
all sisters and they need a place, So why don't
you try adopting them six together? Six to Well, they
weren't together. They were all in different fossils, but I mean,
like six six sisters. Yes, take it, she's taking them
all together. So she said that sounds amazing. Mandy took

(15:28):
in all six girls and the oldest is nineteen, so
she was already even out of the foster care system.
But since she adopted her, I mean, she's part of
the family now.

Speaker 3 (15:37):
She moved in.

Speaker 4 (15:38):
She moved in, and all.

Speaker 7 (15:39):
Six sisters are together, which is so rare because once
they go into the foster system, guys, they can be
spread all over the place, may never see each other again.

Speaker 2 (15:46):
How lucky were those sisters that somebody was found that
wanted to have multiple kids at once and they want it.

Speaker 3 (15:52):
To come out and then how incredibly wow.

Speaker 7 (15:54):
And I always complain about and I don't complain, I
love it, but I complain about having four kids because
it's a lot ivan six is crazy. So good for her, man,
that's awesome. What's the difference in two and four? A
big difference, big difference.

Speaker 3 (16:08):
So I get the number part of it, but your
day to day life.

Speaker 7 (16:11):
Yeah, yeah, Well, look, when you have four kids, they're
a gang.

Speaker 4 (16:15):
Like they're they gang. They take over the family.

Speaker 7 (16:18):
You can't no longer can Mom and Dad control the
four kids because they gang up on.

Speaker 3 (16:21):
If they have.

Speaker 2 (16:25):
A righteous fight, they all want to fight together. All
four of them get together, it's hard to stop all
four of them. Correct where too, you can still to
two diverses, We can deal with that too, but you
can't take the whole gang's tougher, right.

Speaker 7 (16:34):
And I compared a lot to whack a mole, So like,
if one has a problem, you're like, let me deal
with that. Oh, solve. There comes another mole up. Oh great,
now this one has a problem. Whack that one.

Speaker 2 (16:42):
Boom, Oh Dad, I got a problem with What if
all four moles come up at the same time.

Speaker 7 (16:45):
It happens and it's a terrible day. That's a terrible day.
Good news, that's what it's all about. Thank you, that
was tell me something good.

Speaker 3 (16:55):
So these are safety tips that we probably haven't thought of.

Speaker 5 (16:58):
Yeah, this woman popped up on my instaut and she's
a safety expert. She studied criminal justice and all kinds
of things, so she knows what criminals are doing or
what they're after, and how women are vulnerable. And I
just never thought about how I carry myself in a
parking lot or when I'm walking from store to store
or walking from building to building.

Speaker 2 (17:17):
So is it about making yourself less attractive to somebody
who's going to want to attack somebody?

Speaker 5 (17:23):
Yes, you're the minimizing your vulnerability.

Speaker 3 (17:26):
Okay, And so what do you have here?

Speaker 6 (17:28):
And so these are clips? This is actually stuff that
she shared.

Speaker 11 (17:30):
Okay, There's three things I want you to always keep
in mind. Your stride, your posture, and your awareness. Always
walk with confidence and a purpose. Remember that a distracted
person is a very easy target. So make sure you're
never walking around with your head buried in your phone.
Practice situational awareness. Always last, but not least, strong eye

(17:51):
contact and acknowledgement. I see you and I'm aware that
you're there. Remember that if you ever find yourself in
a scary situation, noise is your friend.

Speaker 3 (18:00):
And carry in AK forty seven, no one will.

Speaker 11 (18:02):
Mess with you.

Speaker 5 (18:03):
Well, she said, she always has pepper spray on her
and an alarm on her key.

Speaker 4 (18:08):
Wait.

Speaker 11 (18:09):
Yeah, yeah, something that I personally do is always carry
pepper spray or pepper gel and a personal keychain alarm
with me at all times. Gives me added piece of
mine should I ever need it. It's not living in fear,
it's living aware.

Speaker 2 (18:23):
Yeah, those alarms are pretty scary. You hit it and
just goes. I would stop trying to kill you if
you did that. Just add annoyance and everyone's going to
turn around to that sound and see what's happening.

Speaker 7 (18:34):
The problem is when they attack people, there's usually not
to everyone around. Yeah, it's you're kind of a lone ish.

Speaker 5 (18:40):
Yeah, And that's why I thought the eye contact thing
was interesting too. And I don't think it definitely means
it's going to work, but you probably could intimidate someone
more so if you're just facing it head on instead
of like if you.

Speaker 3 (18:51):
Make eye contacts waiting it. I think you're trying to
come on me.

Speaker 5 (18:53):
No, no, no, no, no, not in that way, lady like
saying in a confident way, like I see you, you're
not coming up on me, I know you're here, And
then you got your alarm, rudy, and then boom you
get them.

Speaker 4 (19:02):
It's a different look, bums.

Speaker 3 (19:03):
Maybe you just walk is it. I've never had other ones.

Speaker 4 (19:05):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (19:06):
Maybe just walking out with your alarm on the whole
time always. Yeah, it's like people at festivals that have
the flag, they carry the flags. You can always find
them yeah, I love that. Yeah, John's here.

Speaker 7 (19:18):
I think Amy's good in the parking lots though She's
always in a hurry like Amy's always like and she.

Speaker 3 (19:22):
Drives like running in and stuff.

Speaker 6 (19:24):
You know, I do not know.

Speaker 2 (19:25):
So here you go. This is Nil Degrass Tyson talking
about aliens. Do you guys know Nil Grass Tyson. Most
famous scientists.

Speaker 6 (19:31):
In the whole world follow him.

Speaker 3 (19:32):
Oh that's I thought he was an actor acting as
a scientist.

Speaker 9 (19:36):
No, I was thinking, I'm thinking about no Tyson Beckford.

Speaker 2 (19:41):
Okay, well this is Nila Grass Tyson. And so this
is a podcast by Zach Justice talking about aliens.

Speaker 3 (19:46):
You know me, I love it.

Speaker 2 (19:47):
He was asked about what are the chances that aliens
have already found out about Earth and who we are,
and why he thinks aliens haven't been on Earth.

Speaker 13 (19:53):
Aliens may be vastly more intelligent than we are, because
they figured out how to get here, and we haven't
left Low Earth orbit in fifty years. So the question
is why would we think they would be interested in
us at all. I remain unconvinced that we've been visited
by aliens. We have high resolution images of the surface
of Mars, we have images from the edge of the universe.
We have this high resolution imagery of all these places

(20:15):
in the universe, and the best you have is a fuzzy,
monochromatic attack And you want to say those are visiting aliens.

Speaker 4 (20:21):
That's the best you have.

Speaker 3 (20:22):
We have more work to do here, so we have
some points.

Speaker 2 (20:26):
The only thing that I would say is how do
we know we'd be able to see them with our
camera than our technology? Yeah, it's like Bigfoot or Lutinus
monster or the spaceship. It's like, okay, but if they're
really advanced, why would they be made of organic materials
like we have, and why would they be things that
our cameras and the irises in these would be able
to see? So gave me that smart to be invisible?

(20:49):
How can we define how smart something is? I mean,
we don't even know if it exists. We want to
know if it exists, We're going it can't be that smart.

Speaker 4 (20:55):
Don't you giving them too much credit?

Speaker 2 (20:56):
Here are these two guys talking about it again and
Neil Degrest Tyson, and they ask, do you think the
technologies are being kept from us because a human race
we're not ready for it yet.

Speaker 13 (21:05):
People think, especially the government has all these secret things
and their secret capabilities. Have you ever worked for the government,
the level of incompetence, and.

Speaker 2 (21:17):
I think he's like a person for the government. Now,
oh really, I've heard that before. Anyway, he goes out
and that says stuff. But that's a if you've worked
for the government. But I've got buddies that work with
the government. They're not yeah, but very bright.

Speaker 6 (21:29):
But a lot of bright people do work.

Speaker 2 (21:31):
Yeah, and we just don't know them because we don't
have to go get our tags new tags from them
and stand on line.

Speaker 3 (21:36):
For four hours.

Speaker 4 (21:36):
Not that kind of gob Yeah.

Speaker 2 (21:38):
But I'm just saying he's so joky about that. It
makes me feel like he's lying. Wow, Okay, he makes it.
You have worked for the government, and he's a brilliant guy.
I love listening to him, But that part, I feel
like he's hiding something. And yeah, they have technology we
don't know. Let's take aliens out of course, they have
technologies we don't know. The moon landing thing is weird.

(21:59):
What about all the plans that we had that got
us to the moon. They don't exist anymore. They destroyed them.
They're like, we don't have how to get there anymore.

Speaker 7 (22:07):
That's weird. Yeah, that is weird, Like we can't we
don't save stuff like we save.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
Stuff, and we say every day, I think we landed
on the Moon. Just let me say that. I just
think there's a bunch of weird stuff. And the footage
that America saw and the footage that we have of
it was of a camera shooting a screen.

Speaker 7 (22:23):
It wasn't oh, because we didn't know how to record
that stuff. Then it was still broadcast, so it.

Speaker 3 (22:29):
Was broadcast onto a screen, and then they shot. They
shot the.

Speaker 2 (22:32):
Screen instead of feeding the feed through. That was a
weird thing too. I know, I still think it happened.
But it was a real race for the Russians. Yeah,
here is why he thinks the moon landing was not faked.

Speaker 13 (22:43):
Not only all the imagery in the nineteen sixties, you'd
have to fake the millions of pages of engineering diagrams
for the Saturn five rocket, the warehouses in which they
were stored.

Speaker 3 (22:53):
But here's the best that I heard about this.

Speaker 13 (22:55):
The government goes to Neil armstro I said, Neil, we
don't know how to get you to the moon, but
we have to protect and we did. So what are
you gonna do. We're gonna get some Hollywood people and
we're gonna stage it in.

Speaker 3 (23:04):
Order to fake it. What we'll do is we'll shoot
it on location. He's too jokey, man, See I do believe.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
But now that it's like jokey joky, I'm like, what's
the hiding Why are the hiding it? He's like, welly,
we'll shoot her on location, which we have to get
to the move.

Speaker 5 (23:19):
Okay, I get that now, all right, he's too jokey.

Speaker 2 (23:21):
Now I start believing it's fake because of that one clip.
It's too much. That one's almost too much cover up.
I feel like, yeah, to be totally fake.

Speaker 3 (23:29):
But that's what's up. A little science for you this morning?

Speaker 6 (23:31):
You follow him on Instagram.

Speaker 3 (23:33):
I think I'm fed a lot of his videos.

Speaker 2 (23:35):
Do my for you algorithm, because if he comes up,
I watch a lot of them.

Speaker 6 (23:39):
Yeah, I don't know.

Speaker 7 (23:40):
You know what is weird though? If we did land
in the moon, like, why aren't we out there more? Well,
now they're saying we're gonna build houses there. Yeah, like
we've had time already to do that. I don't know, man,
there's other things, oh and move and real I don't know.

Speaker 10 (23:53):
No.

Speaker 5 (23:54):
A minute ago when we played the the safety tips
when walking, I should give her a handle in case
people want to find her.

Speaker 3 (23:59):
She ever handle? What's your twenty out there?

Speaker 7 (24:04):
Girl?

Speaker 3 (24:04):
Give them a stage tips?

Speaker 5 (24:05):
No, it's Dana underscore Eve and yeah, I've I don't
even follow Aby herself that like.

Speaker 3 (24:11):
Her user name or her do you? I thought you
said handle handles?

Speaker 1 (24:16):
Right?

Speaker 3 (24:16):
One?

Speaker 7 (24:16):
Two?

Speaker 3 (24:17):
It's a what's your handle? Yeah?

Speaker 6 (24:19):
I'm doing a nickel nickel down the highway on the
Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 3 (24:23):
Now, Lany Wilson, Lannie, how old heck are you?

Speaker 8 (24:26):
I'm good?

Speaker 11 (24:27):
You know.

Speaker 3 (24:28):
The fancier you get, the bigger your hats get.

Speaker 8 (24:31):
I know, and the bigger my head gets.

Speaker 11 (24:32):
No.

Speaker 3 (24:33):
Wow, she's holding the earphone up to her ear. I
get it. When you have a cool hat, you don't
want to take her.

Speaker 14 (24:37):
Well, you don't want to see what's underneath this hat.
That's why I'm doing this looking like Marac Harry over here.

Speaker 3 (24:42):
What do you mean like all mess your hair?

Speaker 14 (24:43):
You know how she's in the studio. She's like always
got it like right up to her.

Speaker 3 (24:47):
To her are. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (24:47):
See that's the problem. The feedback. Do the bottom ear tierrier?
You do that is going to go into the microphone. Boom,
there we go.

Speaker 3 (24:53):
I just engineered. I'm engineering here, engineer. That's right.

Speaker 2 (24:59):
I don't know when now I saw that you were
nominated for nine Cmas. It's it's so cool, but it's
also so weird because it's you work so hard for
so long, you struggle for a long time yep, and
then it feels like opportunity meets hard work in circumstances
like boom, there goes landing shot out of a cannon.

Speaker 14 (25:19):
No, it does feel like the stars like have a
lined and it seems like they just keep a line
over and over and over again. It's it's hard for
me to wrap my head around to be honest with you.

Speaker 3 (25:30):
Are you ever like seriously like this is.

Speaker 14 (25:34):
Yes, But I will tell you too. I do feel
like like I'm right where I'm supposed to be. I mean,
it seems like it was last year that I was
over at your house and we were doing the podcast.

Speaker 2 (25:42):
No seriously, and even even before that, it was you
were over at the house teaching me how to do
a dance when you did not have a song house.

Speaker 8 (25:50):
What year was that was that? Nineteen?

Speaker 3 (25:52):
It's nineteen thirty six.

Speaker 2 (25:55):
But it's like you've worked so hard and you've always
been as talented and you've always been as lovely. But again,
it's like the circumstance in the song and like when
I see like doing Wrangler, like because you is Wrangler,
that a partner. Yeah, Like that's when you know, Yeah,
like that's what makes me happy. Like when you get
when you get paid for doing things you would already

(26:16):
do anyway, that's right, Like that's when you know because
you're not faking it, you're not doing anything you wouldn't have.

Speaker 3 (26:22):
Been doing anyway.

Speaker 2 (26:22):
But a company, a big company, doesn't matter who just
wrangled at this point with you said it, we'd like
to invest in you to help us, and you're already doing.

Speaker 3 (26:29):
That's when I'm like, I'm so proud for you, thank you.

Speaker 14 (26:31):
It does make a lot of sense just because I mean, well,
me and my sister we were riding horses before we
could walk, and I mean my parents had us in
a pair of wranglers.

Speaker 2 (26:40):
Can I address something controversial, I'm not gonna take what
it is like you said yes or no, yep, yepod
cool And I know this is not true what people say,
but some people say you fake your accent.

Speaker 3 (26:49):
I know that's not true. Do you ever see that? Yes?

Speaker 14 (26:52):
And that's why I don't look at the comments anymore,
because when they start talking about my accent, I start feelings.
They talk about my family, and then I'm ready to fight.

Speaker 2 (26:58):
Okay, Well, I never say I'm talking about your family,
but I do occasionally sometimes, like if we have a
clip and they're like, is her accent real?

Speaker 3 (27:05):
Yeah? Her accent has always been exactly as it is.

Speaker 6 (27:08):
This would be too much to keep up with, right consistency.

Speaker 2 (27:13):
I mean, my gosh, y'all is why I don't or
I try not to lie, because it's not that I'm
too good for it.

Speaker 3 (27:18):
I just can't remember all the time.

Speaker 2 (27:20):
I'd have to remember all these lies. Can you imagine
you having to stay with a fake accent?

Speaker 8 (27:24):
What you see is what you get.

Speaker 14 (27:25):
I guess the truth is when I'm around thirty years
from now and I'm still talking this way, people will
finally shut up.

Speaker 7 (27:31):
Does it get thicker when you because when I get
sleepier or tired, or I'm home for a while, and
or I can say, oh my gosh, it definitely gets thicker.

Speaker 3 (27:38):
Yes.

Speaker 14 (27:39):
And the truth is I probably have kept my accent
because I talked to my family a whole lot.

Speaker 8 (27:44):
I FaceTime them every day. I'm really close with them.

Speaker 14 (27:47):
And the truth is, like all two hundred of my
people in my town in basking talk this way. You
could go fifteen twenty minutes up the road and people
sound different. But there's all kinds of different accents in Louisiana.
I mean, you got Cajun and you got a little
bit of everything.

Speaker 3 (28:01):
A lot of people think she's from Germany, and this
is not true. It's from Louisiana.

Speaker 14 (28:05):
It's somebody was like, you're from Australia. I was like, what,
yo know, I'm running neck.

Speaker 3 (28:11):
Let's talk about watermelon moonshine for a second.

Speaker 2 (28:13):
Because you wrote this with a couple guys I know
George Spinton, Yeah, Josh Curriss.

Speaker 3 (28:17):
So you write this song, you three are in a room.
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (28:20):
I'm always before he played, I'm just curious about who
comes in, what, how does the idea come about?

Speaker 3 (28:25):
How long does it take to write the song?

Speaker 8 (28:27):
Would Josh had the idea?

Speaker 4 (28:28):
He was drinking?

Speaker 14 (28:29):
Yeah, he was drinking. He was drinking. Uh no, actually
he was zoomed in. Me and Jordan were from prison.

Speaker 8 (28:36):
Yeah, he was.

Speaker 14 (28:37):
He was in prison and uh, you know, drinking some
of that watermelon moonshine somebody snuck in. He had this idea,
and immediately Me and Jordan were like on board, just
because we had all kind of had a similar story,
a similar situation about somebody that we were crazy about
back in the day and when you felt like nothing

(28:58):
else mattered, like you just you were sure that you
were gonna end up with this person, and you had
that bottle of something buried in a backseat and you
drank the whole thing and hope your mama and daddy
didn't smell it on you when you walk back.

Speaker 8 (29:09):
Through the house. It was just was a story that
resonated with us.

Speaker 14 (29:12):
So of course we started, you know, we started talking
about Strawberry Wine and how that song was an important
song growing up that was kind of like our anthem
when we thought about that nostalgic kind of love, and
we wanted to do something kind of similar, you know,
without there's never gonna be another Strawberry Wine, I'm gonna

(29:32):
just tell you that, but have a song.

Speaker 8 (29:35):
For people like that where they can just listen to
it and go back.

Speaker 3 (29:38):
On the Bobby Bones show now Lay Wilson eat crawfish?

Speaker 8 (29:42):
Do I eat crawfish? Heck, yoll do you?

Speaker 3 (29:45):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (29:45):
You probably a little more than me. Just being from
Louisiana and Arkansas, we had a lot of crawfish. But
it's not her mein thing like you guys make it
and eat it. Oh, it's like I felt like breakfast, lunch,
and dinner.

Speaker 3 (29:54):
Yeah, you put it in a business. You suck the heads.

Speaker 14 (29:57):
I don't do that now. I've got a lot of
family members that do that. That's just that just sounds
weird and it's just a little too far from me.

Speaker 2 (30:03):
It.

Speaker 3 (30:04):
Yeah, and it's supposed to be like super tape. It's
just weird.

Speaker 8 (30:08):
Yeah, I'm not gonna do that.

Speaker 3 (30:09):
It sucked ahead, No, I'm not.

Speaker 14 (30:11):
I'm not.

Speaker 3 (30:11):
Did you guys have crawfish like broils or boils?

Speaker 11 (30:15):
Oh?

Speaker 8 (30:15):
Yeah, I had a crawfish bowl.

Speaker 14 (30:16):
Did I actually had a crawlfish bull from my senior
graduation party and I had a bunch of crawfish.

Speaker 8 (30:23):
I had a DJ you had a cookie cake. Invited
my whole graduating class and nobody showed up.

Speaker 6 (30:29):
How many were in your graduation many?

Speaker 14 (30:31):
I mean twenty four, but still it's twenty three. No's
oh dang cookie cake.

Speaker 2 (30:36):
All I hear was cookie cake, like it feels that
for you, but still cookie cake. Yeah, how underappreciated is
the cookie cake from the Great American Cookie.

Speaker 14 (30:45):
Can the Great American Cookie period. It's you go to
the mall, cookie cake from anywhere else?

Speaker 2 (30:49):
Like I want to I just want to slice at
the mall double Doozy, and you want to go, oh,
you got the cookie cookies?

Speaker 3 (30:55):
Oh like in the middle.

Speaker 2 (30:57):
Yeah, see I needed the cookie cake and now I
get with a lot of icing and then scoop off
like three fourths of it, but make it perfectly.

Speaker 3 (31:04):
Across the bay.

Speaker 8 (31:04):
Oh yeah, I get that.

Speaker 2 (31:05):
Oh man, the cookie cake was awesome. What's the coolest
thing that you've got to show your family?

Speaker 14 (31:11):
Oh my gosh, my new house in my land, because
that's something that my family takes a lot of pride in,
you know, Daddy's a farmer, and just kind of show it.
I'm like, hey, look, look look what I did. And
it's it's just a proud moment for them to just,
you know, for all of us to kind of be
able to celebrate together. And the truth is they don't

(31:32):
really know a whole lot about the industry and they're
kind which I mean, we're kind of all learning as
we go, but they don't know what a whole lot
of things mean when I say, hey, we just want
this or this, but they don't really they don't really
get it completely, but they like to see it with
their own eyes kind of thing.

Speaker 3 (31:48):
Do you feel like you're happy now?

Speaker 8 (31:52):
I am very happy.

Speaker 3 (31:54):
I will.

Speaker 14 (31:55):
I'm not gonna sit here and lie and say that
this past year has not been hard and a whirlwind,
especially dealing with my daddy's health in the middle of
all this, which I've heard from a lot of other
artists too, that it's like it seems like when you're
when you're killing it, when you're like on top of
the world, that other things are kind of happening along
with it. And maybe that's the Lord's way of making

(32:17):
sure I keep one foot on the ground.

Speaker 3 (32:18):
I don't know.

Speaker 14 (32:19):
But it's been hard, it's been busy, but these are
the moments that I've dreamed about and prayed for, and
you dang right, if an opportunity comes my way, I'm
taking it.

Speaker 3 (32:30):
Well, you're killing it. Thank you. It's awesome to see.

Speaker 2 (32:33):
I tell you every single time but every time you
come in, just a little more of a star and
I don't want to look in the eyes.

Speaker 3 (32:37):
Its getting to that point to.

Speaker 11 (32:40):
Land.

Speaker 3 (32:40):
These people coming up to me, we said, don't look
you look at the chin.

Speaker 8 (32:43):
She's going to roll me in in one of those boxes.
And here next time.

Speaker 2 (32:46):
Well, Landy, congratulations, thank your friends on all of it,
and we will we'll see you soon.

Speaker 3 (32:50):
Right, thanks, it's.

Speaker 2 (32:55):
Time for the good news and con over North Carolina.
The quick action of a six year old named Quinn
saved her mom's life. Quinn was looking on and her
mom was making dinner, and then the mom started to
have a seizure, just uncontrollably, and so the kids like
that ain't right. Didn't know exactly what it was because

(33:17):
the kid six, and so she went to her three
year old brother and it was like, go, the neighbors
are really close, run over there real quick and get
the neighbors. Just stay with their mom. And then the
neighbors called nine one one and they got there in time.
And so because they were there so quickly, they saved
the mom's life. Basically, wow, So Jennifer, the mom's on
the men and they give Quinn a certificate but if

(33:40):
you're six you want a candy, Let's be honest. Oh yeah,
yeahs all good, but save that till she's like fifteen.

Speaker 3 (33:46):
She needs some gummy worms or something.

Speaker 2 (33:47):
Let's be honest, but pretty good the fact, and also
that three year old ran over to the neighbor's house.

Speaker 3 (33:53):
A three year old.

Speaker 7 (33:55):
I've always wanted to test my children to see what
they would do in that scenario.

Speaker 4 (33:57):
But I don't want to give him like trauma, like
like I want to see how they'd react.

Speaker 7 (34:03):
I want to fig them and then be like they
laugh at me, What do they do or do they.

Speaker 3 (34:06):
Go get help?

Speaker 2 (34:07):
Well, then when you really do do dead?

Speaker 3 (34:12):
Alright, that's what it's all about. That tell me something good?
All right, here's a voicemail we got last night.

Speaker 9 (34:19):
Hey, go on to my girlfriend's hometown this weekend.

Speaker 3 (34:24):
Gonna ask your parents.

Speaker 7 (34:26):
Marry their daughter.

Speaker 8 (34:27):
Kind of nervous about the situation, didn't I wondering if
you have anybody something U should do?

Speaker 7 (34:32):
How this works.

Speaker 3 (34:33):
I've never done it before. I don't know what to say.

Speaker 2 (34:35):
I'm easily one of the most awkward things that you
can do and that I've ever done. The other thing
is if you have like an injury in your butt.
That's awkward too, going to the doctors, because I've had
that too. Because you're just vulnerable. You have to bend overs.
This and that are my top two. And you can
love her parents and still it's a weird thing to ask,

(34:56):
can I.

Speaker 4 (34:57):
Have your daughter? Yeah, yeah, it's strange.

Speaker 2 (34:59):
This is what I would say. I would just get
right to the point. You're going to him in hall
and it's gonna feel weird. He's gonna know what you're
gonna ask anyway, probably, and just say, hey, I want
to marry your daughter. She's awesome. You cool with that
in your own way, but get to it.

Speaker 6 (35:15):
Didn't ray to his future father in law say yo, pimp.

Speaker 2 (35:19):
No, yes, though when I texted him sometimes I would
say yo, pimp. When I asked him for his daughter's
hand in marriage, I did not say, yo, pimp, you
didn't promise to promise. I had to call Caitlin's dad
because they live in Oklahoma, and I had a whole
plan for it, and I called and it was in
the middle of work day because you have to be away.

(35:39):
I'd be away from her. I didn't want there to
be a risk for hearing it because she was surprised.
And if you're going to the hometown, imagine she's going
with you. It's hard to peel off, man, especially if
she doesn't know it's coming. That's why you got to
get to the point, like find if you can get
a minute when it's just you guys, it's even easier.

(36:00):
It's quick, Like if you have a few minutes. Hey, look,
I don't have a lot of time because I want
to do this quietly. I really want to marry her.
Are you cool with that? We can talk about all
this later. But yeah, boo boom, get out of the way. Yeah,
in and out and then you can have a longer conversation.
But that's even better if you have to do it quick.
But I would say get to the point because I
remember him answering the phone and I was like, oh.

Speaker 3 (36:18):
God, uh hello, can you hear me? Yeah? And we're
going through bad cell too.

Speaker 4 (36:23):
Shoot.

Speaker 2 (36:24):
Yeah, So I would just say get to the point
as fast as you can. He the dad probably already
knows it's coming, and I guess, unless you guys have
a terrible relationship, he's gonna say yes. And he also
doesn't want to have to have that conversation. The dad doesn't.
It's awkward for him. Yeah, so everybody. It's awkward for everybody.
But good luck, it's awesome. Congratulations. I hope it goes
really well. Let us know how it goes. Okay, Now
time for Amy and The Morning Corny.

Speaker 3 (36:47):
The Morning Corny.

Speaker 6 (36:49):
Why did the computer show up late to work?

Speaker 3 (36:51):
Why did the computer show up late to work?

Speaker 6 (36:53):
It had a hard drive?

Speaker 3 (36:55):
Had a hard drive? Got that was the Morning Corny?
A hard drive? Got it.

Speaker 2 (37:04):
If you win, and you won the lottery and you
wanted a gas station, would you go back and give
any money to the person who gave you the ticket?

Speaker 3 (37:14):
Yes?

Speaker 6 (37:15):
How much am I winning?

Speaker 3 (37:16):
Well?

Speaker 6 (37:16):
I just just say it's like fifty dollars.

Speaker 2 (37:18):
No, it's gonna be something significant, And I think I
would if that person was actually involved in some sort
of decision about the ticket.

Speaker 5 (37:25):
Oh, like if you're buying it and they're like which one,
You're like, I don't know, you.

Speaker 2 (37:28):
Pick, or it's like I don't know, give me it,
give me a number, or it's they are like, oh,
I actually printed this one out.

Speaker 3 (37:36):
I didn't mean to do that.

Speaker 2 (37:37):
You want So if they're involved in it somehow, I
think I probably would be more prone to do that,
otherwise I may not even remember who it was, right. So,
but there's a story a guy in Kentucky who won
five hundred thousand dollars a scratch off. He won half
a million from.

Speaker 7 (37:51):
A scratch off, so a so he goes back to
the place and gave a hundred bucks to all the
workers that were there worry about the ticket.

Speaker 3 (37:57):
That's cool, that's nice, that's notsolutely.

Speaker 2 (38:00):
I agree. He definitely had to do nothing like this. Yeah,
and some people are upset, like, only one hundred dollars?

Speaker 3 (38:07):
My god.

Speaker 7 (38:08):
He could have never gone back to that store ever ever,
but he thought about, hey, what can I do?

Speaker 3 (38:13):
Went back one hundred one hundred hundred hundred. But he
won a half million bucks. It's pretty cool.

Speaker 2 (38:17):
So the question is if you win a lottery, the
person says, okay, I picked this one for you.

Speaker 3 (38:23):
It's a million dollars. You want a million dollars? What
do you think you would go back and give them?

Speaker 5 (38:27):
Okay, so a million I'm really taking home? What seven
hundred thousand?

Speaker 6 (38:31):
How much?

Speaker 3 (38:32):
Six thirty?

Speaker 6 (38:34):
Thank you? I always appreciate your math on that.

Speaker 5 (38:36):
So six thirty? Oh okay, Well, I'll just take home
and even six. I'm going to give that verson thirty
thousand dollars.

Speaker 11 (38:42):
Wow.

Speaker 6 (38:42):
Why not?

Speaker 3 (38:42):
Wow?

Speaker 6 (38:43):
You just got free. That's like crazy free money.

Speaker 3 (38:46):
I hear you. I just wow. It's very generous of you.
It's a lot of money. Yeah, it's wow much. One
hundred bucks. A hundred bucks is good. It is good
because you don't owe anybody anything. I don't owe him
a dime. No, No, you don't have to like agree
with it. I'm just saying, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (39:04):
He's not your enemy either.

Speaker 9 (39:05):
I'm just saying, like all I did. All he did
was hand me the ticket.

Speaker 3 (39:08):
I pointed at no, no, but you were like, which
one of these two? And he goes, I don't know
this one. One hundred bucks.

Speaker 9 (39:14):
Okay, good for you, because that's that's probably enough to
fill up a ten gas and go to dinner.

Speaker 13 (39:20):
Eddie.

Speaker 7 (39:20):
One thousand dollars, it's good. I think one thousands is
a good number. That's number one a million.

Speaker 3 (39:26):
That's probably what I would do to about a thousand
maybe five thousand.

Speaker 5 (39:28):
Question is there a certain amount once it's given to them.

Speaker 6 (39:33):
I don't want them to have to pay taxes.

Speaker 3 (39:34):
You have to pay tax on everything you do. There's
not a gift. The drop a bag on the ground
and they find it.

Speaker 5 (39:40):
I mean, listen, they they don't if we're give if
we want it, we pay taxes.

Speaker 6 (39:44):
We're giving them a gift. But there is a certain amount.

Speaker 3 (39:46):
I think the amount I don't know that.

Speaker 6 (39:50):
Yeah, hundred five thousand.

Speaker 2 (39:53):
I don't think it's when they won the slot machines.

Speaker 3 (39:57):
How much does she win?

Speaker 10 (39:59):
Uh?

Speaker 2 (40:00):
And there's three different amounts. The Veggas amount three point
two thousand. That's not millions, IOP saying that if she
won three thousand dollars, did they show up and take
taxes immediately?

Speaker 3 (40:08):
Yes? No, that's that that already is over the limit.
Well I made one point four and they took taxes.

Speaker 4 (40:13):
There you go.

Speaker 6 (40:14):
No, I know that they're going to take tax.

Speaker 3 (40:15):
One point four three point two guys.

Speaker 6 (40:17):
But we're giving it as a gift.

Speaker 3 (40:18):
They're not winning, not thirty thousand.

Speaker 4 (40:20):
I don't think you can give thirty thousands.

Speaker 6 (40:21):
Right, whatever the amount is where they won't get taxed.

Speaker 2 (40:23):
So I think that it's like, let me guess here,
it's probably around ten twelve thousand dollars, So maybe fifth
I don't know the number. But if you just get
a gift, you don't pay taxes on it. But there
is a threshold where you do have to hit taxes. Okay,
you're paying taxes on yours.

Speaker 5 (40:40):
Amy, I am, and then I'm going to give them
a gift and I'm going to make it no, no, no.

Speaker 3 (40:43):
They got to pay taxes on your amount. If you're
giving them thirty thousand.

Speaker 6 (40:45):
That's why I just took it bag down.

Speaker 3 (40:47):
Oh you are, so you're gonna take it hundred fifteen
thousands and then they.

Speaker 6 (40:49):
Don't get taxes on it.

Speaker 5 (40:50):
That would be crazy for me to gift them that,
and then they have to go pay taxes.

Speaker 3 (40:54):
But the taxes they're paying even with that is less.

Speaker 9 (40:56):
There is more than what you would have given them
if you take it away.

Speaker 6 (41:00):
Why why did you say? Why did you say in
your breath? You don't think i'd really do that?

Speaker 3 (41:03):
I don't think you'd go give thirty thousand? Why why
wouldn't I I don't think you would.

Speaker 2 (41:07):
I don't think you. I mean, I don't think it's
about you. I think thirty thousand's a lot. That's a
lot of.

Speaker 6 (41:10):
Money again, and I know that someone working there that
could do completely.

Speaker 3 (41:13):
Yeah, that's great. Okay, I give million, I give it
all to him. No, that's not true. I would say that. No,
I know, but I'm just saying we can just say
whatever you want.

Speaker 6 (41:19):
I just like, do you think this sort is doing?
Just say whatever?

Speaker 2 (41:22):
No, but I don't think you know what you would
at thirty that's just so much you would too?

Speaker 7 (41:27):
Oh my, you know, Bobby say you would one thousand.
But yeah, I feel like that's a lot. That is
a lot of guess what.

Speaker 6 (41:33):
I actually believed you'd give more.

Speaker 3 (41:35):
And I believe you'll get less. Okay, that's fair.

Speaker 2 (41:39):
Man finds a one hundred thousand dollars Parwaball ticket cleaning
out his truck, Wow, Virginia. Man said he was cleaning
out of truck when he came across the powerball ticket
a hundred thousand bucks. Well was it so good? Because
those expiring? He was cleaning out his truck. He found
a few lottery tickets he checked him. One of them
was for the June fourteenth powerball drawing one one hundred
thousand dollars. He said, I scratched my head. I had
to make sure, but yes, that is crazy.

Speaker 3 (42:03):
So it pays the clean out your cars where you know.

Speaker 7 (42:04):
Me, I has that story. Okay, Amy, I take back.
I shouldn't have said wouldn't give.

Speaker 11 (42:08):
It to them.

Speaker 5 (42:08):
You know what else would be a good thing to
do is just to ask them, like, hey, what's something
you like to do?

Speaker 3 (42:12):
You give your entire winnings?

Speaker 6 (42:15):
Okay? Well yes, after yeah, that is that five percent?

Speaker 2 (42:19):
Yeah, because if you get if let's say you have
six hundred thousand, much they say to like, you said, right,
six two thousand, so ten percent would be sixty. And
if you're giving them thirty, that's five percent of your winnings,
then that is what it is.

Speaker 3 (42:29):
Good for you.

Speaker 6 (42:30):
It's more than I had to begin with.

Speaker 3 (42:32):
Quickly.

Speaker 6 (42:33):
So here's the thing. Like, there's this woman at this
gas station.

Speaker 3 (42:36):
No, it's basic, Nah, dude, you know, I'm not going
to thank you. That's amazing your genius.

Speaker 5 (42:41):
There's a gas station by my house and this woman
that works there, like she's every time I'm in there,
she's working so hard and she is the nicest and kindest.
A lot of times she works the overnight shift. Like
I just feel like that is something.

Speaker 3 (42:55):
Take her somebody today. You don't have to win.

Speaker 7 (42:56):
Yeah, you can do that all of a sudden generous.

Speaker 5 (43:03):
Talking thirty thousand dollars, go give her five hundred?

Speaker 3 (43:07):
Why not? Why not?

Speaker 5 (43:08):
Okay, Okay, now we're asking if they specifically participated in
the reason why you won.

Speaker 7 (43:15):
Amy, don't be logical with us. Yeah, we're saying stupid stuff.
Let us say stupid stuff.

Speaker 2 (43:20):
Okay, Pappy Independence Day, it's the Bobby Bones Show.

Speaker 10 (43:24):
Happy Fourth of July, Chris Jansen. Here my favorite Fourth
of July memory. Oh my gosh. Not only are we
celebrating freedom in an awesome country, which is America, but
I'm also celebrating my anniversary.

Speaker 4 (43:37):
Wake up, wake up in the morn.

Speaker 3 (43:41):
And the radio, the Dodgars, Ready lunchbox, more.

Speaker 7 (43:49):
Game to Steve bred trying to put you through FuG
He's running this week's next week, and Bobby's on the box.

Speaker 2 (43:57):
So you know what this is.

Speaker 6 (44:03):
The bottleball.

Speaker 3 (44:06):
I'll play you a line from a nineties movie. Name
the movie. You have seven of these rites, trans are down, Readyobody.

Speaker 4 (44:12):
Ready, here we go.

Speaker 3 (44:14):
Number one.

Speaker 7 (44:14):
I got it.

Speaker 6 (44:16):
I'm sorry I couldn't hear what I got it. Pay
I know all the examples, and now this.

Speaker 4 (44:25):
I'm in.

Speaker 6 (44:26):
I gotta pee, oh pa, pay? Hey what I gotta
pay okay, okay, okay, okay.

Speaker 3 (44:35):
If nobody had it, they do.

Speaker 2 (44:36):
Now.

Speaker 3 (44:37):
After Amy did her whole.

Speaker 6 (44:37):
Little monologue, I figured it out myself by that.

Speaker 3 (44:44):
If lunch didn't have it, he gave it to him.
I had play one more time.

Speaker 2 (44:48):
I got it.

Speaker 6 (44:50):
Amy here, Now Forrest Gump.

Speaker 7 (44:52):
It was like, I don't know what he's saying. He
does say like that, Eddie, that's Forrest Gump. Yeah, Luchbox
Forest Gum. Now what the movie is that?

Speaker 10 (45:03):
Then?

Speaker 3 (45:04):
From the nineties Lunchbox Ace Ventura Incorrect.

Speaker 6 (45:13):
Amy miss doubtfire.

Speaker 3 (45:14):
Correct, Eddie missed doubtfire. Correct. Next one, You's Gotta Keep
Living Man?

Speaker 6 (45:21):
Hell I be I in?

Speaker 3 (45:25):
What movie is that? From? He's Gotta Keep Living Man?

Speaker 7 (45:29):
Hell I be I in man in in for the Wind,
Amy and confused, Lunchbox dazed and confused, Eddie dazed and confused.

Speaker 3 (45:37):
Correct. Next, we got no food, we got no jobs,
our pets.

Speaker 13 (45:44):
Head.

Speaker 7 (45:47):
Get a little harder nineties one line movie quotes Here
we go say it again, please, we got.

Speaker 3 (45:53):
No food, we got no jobs, our pets Heather.

Speaker 4 (45:58):
Am in Remember Eddie Dimond Dummer.

Speaker 6 (46:03):
Amy Dimond Dummer, latch Fox, Adie Ventura Oh that's it.

Speaker 3 (46:06):
Dang it, it's do down.

Speaker 6 (46:08):
Oh okay, that detective.

Speaker 4 (46:11):
We a spinter early didn't have a wi.

Speaker 3 (46:16):
Our next Yeah, today ju.

Speaker 6 (46:24):
J Eddie was talking.

Speaker 3 (46:28):
Today, Junia.

Speaker 4 (46:33):
You need to hear that again, Amy today, jun I.

Speaker 6 (46:38):
Know who that is.

Speaker 3 (46:42):
With answer? What are they called?

Speaker 6 (46:46):
Sing it?

Speaker 3 (46:46):
I don't know what you're talking about.

Speaker 4 (46:47):
I gotta pay.

Speaker 6 (46:49):
Let me talk it out, Let me talk it out, alright?

Speaker 3 (46:52):
Three seconds.

Speaker 6 (46:54):
Amy with Will Smith, the police, the hot.

Speaker 3 (47:01):
No idea, what just happened?

Speaker 2 (47:02):
I think she had seize right down here lunchbox would
be Gilmore, Eddie, Billy Madison Billy.

Speaker 6 (47:10):
But who's the guy Adam Sandler? Was Adam Taylor?

Speaker 10 (47:13):
Yeah?

Speaker 6 (47:14):
I thought it was the whin Wilson, Martin Laurence, Martin Lawrence.
I thought it was Martin Lawrence.

Speaker 3 (47:18):
Okay, all right to left go.

Speaker 6 (47:23):
I'm in.

Speaker 4 (47:24):
I'm in.

Speaker 3 (47:31):
Lunchbox Home alone, Eddie, home alone, Amy alone? Correct? Last one?
Here we go. Welcome to Earth, Eddie. Have you missed Anie?

Speaker 4 (47:42):
I don't think so.

Speaker 3 (47:44):
Yeah, I'm in. I didn't watch enough movies. I think
I know this one though. Welcome to Earth.

Speaker 4 (47:51):
Oh, I think I got this one wrong.

Speaker 6 (47:53):
Wait, Joe Diffy have you already write it down.

Speaker 3 (47:57):
A rock from the Sun.

Speaker 4 (47:59):
Yeah, I wrote it down.

Speaker 3 (48:00):
I said I'm the Welcome to Earth.

Speaker 9 (48:03):
Amy, Men in Black Lunchbox Independence Today, Eddie, lunchbus is right.

Speaker 3 (48:07):
I put men in black though men in black is wrong.
Independence Day is right. Ooh wow, Mike, what's final scores there?

Speaker 11 (48:17):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (48:18):
Eddy six, Amy five Lunchbox four.

Speaker 4 (48:20):
Let's go, Bobby Boom show Sorry up today.

Speaker 3 (48:25):
This story comes up from Old Lime, Connecticut.

Speaker 9 (48:28):
A seventy four year old is a bus driver at
the local high school and he picks up nine kids
after school and there's a taxi cab kind of blocking
the road and he could be patient. Wait nah, he
takes that buzz and boom rams into the taxi reverses,
boom ramsom five times.

Speaker 6 (48:47):
Five times.

Speaker 2 (48:50):
It just costs money to ram. I know that's not
his bus, but he's one way or the other. It's
going to cost him money. Isn't a job where he
can't get.

Speaker 3 (48:58):
A check.

Speaker 4 (49:01):
The cab?

Speaker 2 (49:02):
Yeah, if it's his bust if it's not. But if
it's his, that's gonna cost some money because he's got
to pay for that or pay rent. I just don't
understand he must' having a really really bad day. I
felt disrespected by the cab. I think there's a schedule
you got to keep as a bus driver.

Speaker 3 (49:14):
Yeah, to drop him off at a certain time.

Speaker 7 (49:16):
Never is there a hey keep this schedule and if
you can't keep it, ram things that's not part of
the bus driver oath.

Speaker 3 (49:21):
Yeah that's crazy. Like he wasn't drunk or anything. No,
he wasn't upset. It was just upset and he fled
the scene. So he got charge for a fleeting. Again,
that's gonna cost him money too.

Speaker 6 (49:30):
He probably set back his retirement if he was even
close to that.

Speaker 3 (49:34):
You know, it's wild. And I have school seat belts
on school buses.

Speaker 4 (49:37):
Still still wild, oh for the kids. Yeah, yeah, that's
a good point.

Speaker 3 (49:41):
We had seat belts, ran like.

Speaker 9 (49:44):
Randomly they would have a seat belt and then the
next day the bus wouldn't have But he would have
a different bus and it wouldn't have a seat belt.

Speaker 3 (49:48):
All right, cool.

Speaker 2 (49:49):
And I don't think those those busses need shoulder straps
because that's just hanging too much.

Speaker 3 (49:53):
But just like a belt strap, yeah something And I
know that back of the but you could like slam
into that.

Speaker 2 (49:58):
I guess that saves you, but I don't know. It's
I felt like that was weird school bus that didn't
have seat mountains.

Speaker 3 (50:02):
But no one's gonna put it on anyway. I mean
the bus driver can't sit there, and.

Speaker 2 (50:05):
He can, and if they don't, he'll put hm out
and ram them, you know, stand out there down here. Yeah,
but you know, just for like regulations, you think they
would just have them.

Speaker 3 (50:15):
Okay, that's what's up. Thank you? How much? Box at
your bonehead? Story of the day, Eddie, What do you
mean what street name best describes us?

Speaker 6 (50:22):
So?

Speaker 7 (50:22):
I drove by a street name called Songwriter Circle, and
I was like, oh, how cool is that? Like I
wonder if a songwriter lives there and they're like, this
is a perfect street for me. I live I'm a
songwriter and I live on Songwriter Circle.

Speaker 2 (50:32):
It's always jealous of people where I grew up who
got to name their street. Yeah, that's cool, mostly if
they like to have built a house on the land.

Speaker 4 (50:39):
Or if their great grandfather owned that city that.

Speaker 3 (50:42):
Was so cooled out, Like their last name was the Lane. Yes, no, my.

Speaker 6 (50:45):
Uncle's had that, both of them, one of them in
Arkansas and one in Texas.

Speaker 3 (50:49):
I'm so jealous. So what's the question?

Speaker 7 (50:51):
So I'm like, if you could pick a name that
perfectly describes you, what would it be?

Speaker 2 (50:56):
Like?

Speaker 4 (50:56):
Mine would probably be like Daddy Boulevard Avenue.

Speaker 3 (51:01):
So what would you name the street? If you were
about you.

Speaker 4 (51:04):
Like the Amy?

Speaker 3 (51:05):
Would you name yours?

Speaker 11 (51:06):
Oh?

Speaker 6 (51:06):
Yeah, a therapy circle.

Speaker 3 (51:08):
Man, lunchbugs, Sexy Street?

Speaker 7 (51:14):
I mean, no one live on Sexy Street except street alone,
only house at the end of the it's a dead
end too, only him.

Speaker 3 (51:22):
Probably like Neurosis Avenue. You mean Bobby Boulevard. I wouldn't
want to like people to know.

Speaker 2 (51:31):
Oh yeah, I just go with something that a lot
of people understood, like crazy Neurosis.

Speaker 3 (51:36):
That would go with Neurosis Boulevard.

Speaker 4 (51:38):
You and Aamy would be in the same neighborhood.

Speaker 3 (51:40):
Yeah, we're definitely around that. We got like four different
therapy centers right there right. What would you name yours?
I'm a beach guy, so I'd probably go like Ocean Avenue. Morgan,
what about you?

Speaker 12 (51:51):
I think it'd be Adventurous Lane because my middle name
is Lane.

Speaker 8 (51:54):
I'm very adventurous.

Speaker 3 (51:56):
Your middle name is Lane.

Speaker 4 (51:58):
That's good.

Speaker 11 (52:01):
Me too.

Speaker 3 (52:01):
What's that for?

Speaker 8 (52:03):
My mom wanted to name me it's l A y
Any though instead of like l A and E.

Speaker 12 (52:07):
And she wanted that name, but my dad and her
couldn't decide, so he got a middle name, she got
a middle name, and then they decided on the first.

Speaker 3 (52:14):
You have two middle names. Other man, that's not adventurous,
is it.

Speaker 2 (52:17):
No?

Speaker 3 (52:18):
No, it's nicole. That's weird. Two middle names. Yeah, that's
just strange, feels like for one of the culture. Yes, exactly.

Speaker 6 (52:26):
No.

Speaker 5 (52:27):
My kids when we adopted them, we gave them they
have two middle names, and we try to tell them
all the time.

Speaker 8 (52:32):
It's normal.

Speaker 3 (52:33):
I wish I had more midal names. Right, thank you,
all right, thank you. We will see you tomorrow. By everybody.
Happy Independence Day, it's the Bobby Bones Show. Happy Fourth
to July, y'all. Walker Hayes here. My favorite July memory
is probably the year my son Baylor was born.

Speaker 14 (52:49):
I remember Lanny being pregnant and shooting fireworks all over
the place, getting ready for a new baby.

Speaker 6 (52:57):
Happy Fourth of July.
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