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June 13, 2024 42 mins

We talked with USAF Technical Sergeant Daniel Beesting to let him know that with our new #PIMPINJOY clothing line, we will be helping build him a home through Homes for Heroes. Hear his story! Plus, Julie Taylor from Nashville Hair Replacement joins us in the studio to start the process of Eddie getting a new "hair system!"

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
There we got.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
Welcome to Thursday show, Morning Studio Morning. Okay, So I
want to start the show with.

Speaker 1 (00:14):
A scam alert. Scam alert where we keep you from
being scammed.

Speaker 2 (00:19):
However, you know Lunchbox that hacked, they have his Twitter
as a whole mesk. Lunchbox's parents got scammed for like
over a thousand dollars, right.

Speaker 3 (00:28):
Yeah, one thousand, five hundred dollars. They were on Facebook
and they were looking and someone said, hey, my grandpa
is or my dad is moving from his house to
a retirement facility, so he doesn't need all his stuff anymore,
trying to sell some of this stuff.

Speaker 1 (00:46):
I'm out of town right now.

Speaker 3 (00:47):
But if you see anything in the pictures you like,
just send me a message and you can put a
deposit on it and I'll be back at the end
of June and you can come look at it.

Speaker 1 (00:56):
So this is a general message out there. It's not
they're going right to your parents, right, got it. It's
someone's you know page, like in a community.

Speaker 3 (01:02):
No, it was like one of their friends, like a
friend of their Yeah, and so obviously that friend had
been hacked. But my parents are like, oh man, those
are some nice shelves oh, a fridge. We need a
new fridge. Well, they have a jeep for four thousand dollars.
We're interested in the jeep. So they send a message, Hey,

(01:22):
we're interested in the shelves, the jeep and the refrigerator.
And the person's like, all right, here's my PayPal. The
deposits fifteen hundred dollars, and they're they're sending pictures to
my sister like, hey, is there anything you would want?
And I'm talking there's writing lawnmowers, there's jet skis, there's trample,
I mean there's everything.

Speaker 1 (01:43):
And my sister's like, that's a scam. No it's not.

Speaker 3 (01:46):
And they pay the fifteen hundred. So your sister even
raised the flag. Yeah, she calls me. She's like, hey,
I think mom and dad are getting scammed. And I
called my mom and dad and I'm like, hey what
they're like, oh no, no.

Speaker 1 (01:56):
It's one of that. We know them.

Speaker 3 (01:58):
I'm like, yeah, but someone took their Facebook page and
they're like, no, no, no. Her job is she's an investigator
for a company. She's really smart. She wouldn't get scammed.
And I said really smart and you guys, I said, guys,
it is someone that took over her page, acting like
her no, no, no, And I said, Dad, the car
is four thousand dollars. Tell me what type of car

(02:19):
it is. And I google it and all dealerships have
it listed for twenty thousand, and I said, you're gonna
get it for four thousand dollars. He goes, I mean
there might be something wrong with it, but four thousand
dollars is a good deal.

Speaker 2 (02:29):
I'm like, you're being scammed. And they're like, no, even
you said to them before they sent them honey, yes, okay,
and they send them fifteen hundred dollars. No, And I'm
like okay. And I called my sister and we're talking
about it. I called my parents back. I'm like, guys,
and my mom goes, is a scam? Oh how did
she know?

Speaker 1 (02:47):
And I might I go, what do you mean?

Speaker 3 (02:49):
She goes, I went on there and I found like
her friend list, and I sent a message to one
of her friends that I didn't know and said, hey,
did Sally's dad really go into an assistant living place?
And she's like, I don't think so, I think he's fine.
Let me reach out to, you know, and she called
her and so my mom's like hitting up PayPal, and

(03:10):
PayPal won't give the money back because she transferred it
to friends and family. Because the scammers know that if
it's a business, they can get the money back, so
they make them send it friends and family.

Speaker 4 (03:21):
Wow.

Speaker 3 (03:21):
So then my mom is mad at the scammers. So
she stays on there for three days chatting with the scammers.

Speaker 1 (03:29):
Love it, like hey, like are they talking back? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (03:32):
And they're like no, no, if we can give you
a discount on the car, if you'll send us five
hundred dollars. And she's like, okay, how do I do it?
And they're like click this link and she's like, what link.
I don't see a link and they're like, the link
right there. I just sent the link. And they start
getting mad at her, and they kept saying and she goes,
did you get it? And they're like no, no, no,
but they're paying putting know.

Speaker 1 (03:51):
So broken language, so broken language.

Speaker 3 (03:53):
And she was like, you know, I usually spend all
my money on medication, but I was trying to do
something special for my husband for her fiftieth wedady anniversary.

Speaker 1 (04:00):
Now I won't be able to afford my medication.

Speaker 3 (04:03):
And she's just going on and all they care no,
they're like, are you gonna send it more money so
you can get a discount?

Speaker 1 (04:08):
I mean just lost. So they're done done.

Speaker 2 (04:13):
So okay, it is becoming quite easily to fall, quite
easy to fall for these things. There are things where
I get close and I'm like, is that even a scam?
But does it also because they do go after older people,
does that make you go, oh man, my parents are
getting older?

Speaker 1 (04:27):
Oh man, that was real sad. Yeah, because that that
made me say yeah.

Speaker 3 (04:30):
And so then I saw a boat on the side
of the road and I took a picture and I
was like, hey, you want to put a deposit on
this boat? Only fifty buck? Don't Yeah, they got taken
for fifteen hundred. Wow, scam alert, that's what's happening.

Speaker 1 (04:44):
Scam alert. Hey, it's genetic. He got scammed. Ex his
parents scammed.

Speaker 3 (04:51):
That is bad.

Speaker 1 (04:51):
Dude runs in the family. I mean, they were so adamant.
Wasn't a scam. Let's open up the mail bag.

Speaker 5 (04:59):
Alien read it on the air to get something. We
call Bobby's mail die.

Speaker 2 (05:04):
Yeah, oh Bobby. My wife and I were out. We
saw my boss having dinner with his secretary. My boss
is married, though my wife didn't know it wasn't his wife.
She said hi to them, and she said, hey, is
this your wife? His face turned beat red, and he
was flustered. When I explained to her later it was
his secretary, she said, I should say something to hr.
I don't know whether or not that's a good idea.

(05:25):
I know it's the right thing to do, but I
don't want to get myself in trouble over this. What
should I do? Signed employee? Between rock and a hard place? No,
you're not between a rock and a hard place.

Speaker 1 (05:33):
You're nowhere. Don't do it. It's nothing to do with you.

Speaker 4 (05:37):
Yeah, my als is the only one hung up on
secretary the word.

Speaker 2 (05:42):
Oh, I guess that was very old it is, I
hear you. I guess I was caught up on the
don't get in the chili part of it.

Speaker 4 (05:50):
Yeah, that's that too, But also I was.

Speaker 6 (05:52):
Caught up on His face turned red when he got
the flustered Hey, man, there's no need to bring this
drama onto you.

Speaker 2 (05:59):
You do not know what's happening in their personal lives.
You do not know either one of them super personally.
He's not hurting her, she's not hurting him. You don't know,
so you do not need to go to HR because
this could come back on you. Also, the part of
it is, I know it's the right thing to do.
You really don't. You also don't even know what they
were up to.

Speaker 1 (06:17):
He could have just.

Speaker 4 (06:18):
Because you've built a story. But it could be something.
And now you go to HR with the story that
the then they create a story and the story gets
out of hand.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
Not your chili, don't be a spoon. Damn, that's good.

Speaker 2 (06:30):
I don't know if that that's to say, Yeah, stay
out man. If it were somebody you knew, we're close
to it, it kept somebody. Not don't even go talk
to your boss about it.

Speaker 1 (06:38):
No nothing, Just take that memory, dude, move on it.

Speaker 2 (06:42):
Take the men in black do in front of your face,
and move on with your life. All right, that's the
mail bag.

Speaker 1 (06:47):
Close it up.

Speaker 5 (06:48):
We got your mail and read on you air now
it's found to close Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (06:54):
Yeah, Zach Brown has a massive song. I'm not gonna
tell you what it is yet, but it took him
ten years to write. You're about to hear that. Also,
how he got into spear fishing, where he goes like
way way way down with no sort of breathing apparatus
and like tries to kill fish crazy and then also
playing four to six hours a night, and they were

(07:15):
doing that early on, he was doing that and just
trying to get by, but it also made him really
really good because of the amount that he was playing.
So Zach Brown and let's start with that.

Speaker 1 (07:23):
Bobby Bus show. But I would show up and play.

Speaker 7 (07:27):
We'd play four hours a night, and we'd set up
I mean, at first it was six hours a night
we'd play, but we created a business model. And if
I had been in Nashville here trying to go hunt
a gig for sixty bucks a night, you know, hustling
like that, there's a lot of people. There's so many
incredible players and things around here, but it's so saturated.
So we would play those places every single week, and
we'd bring in tons of people. And that's how I

(07:47):
could test my songs that I was writing. I would
know I'd play it out like I was playing Chicken
Fried in bars for years before we put it on
an album. But I knew after playing that in front
of three hundred people a night on a Wednesday in
a sports bar, that it would work. I could tell
by the reaction to what the people were doing. So
they were the litmus test of like what's working and
what's not. So I think that that resilience for me

(08:08):
and getting to I didn't know where I was going.

Speaker 1 (08:10):
I just knew I wasn't gonna stop.

Speaker 2 (08:11):
When you're creating, it could be then or now, versus
when you want it to be exactly right. You're not
going to put where does that fall? At some point,
You've got to have a point where I'm just I
just got to put it down.

Speaker 1 (08:23):
The stop spending all this time worrying if it's perfect.

Speaker 7 (08:26):
I've said on lyrics to songs like Goodbye in Her
Eyes as an example, it took ten years to find
the bridge for that song because I knew it was great,
but I wouldn't compromise and just put some lines in
that rhyme.

Speaker 2 (08:35):
I would have never finished a song then, because if
it waited ten years, there's nothing that could have been
good enough to finish a song.

Speaker 1 (08:40):
I heard it.

Speaker 7 (08:41):
It was actually a part of another song that a
friend of mine had written, and I was like, that's
and I changed that a little bit, but I was like,
that's the bridge, that's the one, and then they got created,
you know, credit for writing on the song as well,
but you know, you don't know what it is, but
you know it's not right yet. So that's the thing.
You don't compromise. Song are your babies. And however long

(09:02):
it takes to do that. Sometimes you'll split a song
out in an hour and sometimes it takes ten years
to finish one. But if you're proud of every single
line and every single one and hopefully the people that
listen that really care about every line, like you're looking
for that duality, like like you're saying a lot of
things in a very few simple words, like on a
on a you know, a layer of it.

Speaker 1 (09:19):
What do you So, what's what's fun for you? Right now?
What's fun? Like I'm going to play pick a ball
about buddy? What is that for you?

Speaker 7 (09:24):
Two things right now? So tomorrow I'm going to go boatfishing.
So I have a boat fishing boat. You got to
go to the coast though, right, No, on the river here?

Speaker 1 (09:31):
Oh got it? Yeah, I have a boat fishing boat
on the river. Yeah, that'll be like having a yacht
on the lake.

Speaker 7 (09:36):
It's just a dis aluminum boat, that's not it just
had lights all the way around it, so you go
up front and you have a bow and arrow. My
greatest source of that recharge for me is spearfishing.

Speaker 1 (09:46):
It's got to be on the coast, right usually usually
it's an ocean. Yeah, absolute favorite thing.

Speaker 7 (09:50):
So free diving and diving, diving down and hunting fish.

Speaker 1 (09:54):
You me, you free dive, yes, then you go and
you hunt fish. Yes. Do you have to train holding
your breath, yes, you do. And you have to learn
how to relax.

Speaker 7 (10:03):
You have to learn how to lower your heart rate
when you get in the water so you have more
time when you're holding your breath and you dive down
and swim down.

Speaker 1 (10:09):
So how did you get into freaking spearfishing?

Speaker 7 (10:12):
I went to the Bahamas in this old bohemian guy
that was there. It's like a legend. Guy took me
spearfishing one time, It's like fourteen years ago, and I
just fell in love with it. I feel like you're
challenging your breath, you're challenging the ocean, you're challenging the fish,
you're challenging the weather.

Speaker 1 (10:27):
It's like it's this whole thing.

Speaker 7 (10:29):
But for me, it's one of the activities when I'm
doing that, when I'm diving down.

Speaker 1 (10:34):
There's no chatter.

Speaker 7 (10:35):
Chatter doesn't exist, So you're only in that moment and
it's so primal, and you're so just connected to the
ocean and nothing else, and you feel small in the
greatest possible way.

Speaker 2 (10:44):
To hear that full interview, it's an hour long. It's
over an hour long. Go search for the Bobby cast
on iHeartRadio.

Speaker 1 (10:51):
It's time for the good news. Ready.

Speaker 6 (10:58):
A couple of years ago, these kids, bro there's Liam
and Jesson and their cousin Kate, and we're walking around
looking for fossils. They live in North Dakota. A lot
of fossils over there, and they're like, oh, hey, what
is this. They find like a leg bone. They're like, oh,
it's probably a duck bill dinosaur. There's a lot in
the area.

Speaker 1 (11:13):
They just find dinosaur there.

Speaker 6 (11:15):
In this area, a lot of duck bill dinosaurs are found.
So they find like a long bone.

Speaker 1 (11:20):
They're like, oh, it looks like a leg bone. They
take a picture of it.

Speaker 6 (11:23):
One of their family members is a dinosaur expert. They
send the picture to him and goes, hold on, where
are you guys. This is a t rex bone, a
Tyrannosaurus rex that's crazy.

Speaker 2 (11:34):
Do you guys remember what t rex is like, tiny arms,
big head. Oh this is the meat eater, the big
ye yea yeah yeah yeah. So what's crazy about this though,
is that it was a teenage t Rex. By the way,
for those because I had to see the picture of it,
the leg bone they found, I would say, it's about
the size of a mini Cooper.

Speaker 1 (11:52):
Oh wow, is that big? And this was a little
t rex?

Speaker 2 (11:56):
Yes, thee that's how long it is, and it probably
goes up to and a half feet and with like
it's massive. It's not like you think of a deer
you find a deer leg, It's like a mini Cooper
card the size of that.

Speaker 1 (12:09):
Okay, go ahead.

Speaker 6 (12:10):
What's crazy about this is that a lot of scientists
have adult t rex bones, but they've never really had
younger t rexes. So now with this discovery they can
find out how they evolved into being that big t
rex that we know as the little arms and big teeth.
But as soon as they found this bone, a documentary
team got got wind of it started filming from the
very beginning and they have a documentary coming out called

(12:32):
t Rex and it should be t Rex. They should
call it teen Rex. It's just t dot rex and
it's coming out soon. Well, I'm sure they'll get to
that in the documentary, but they've really missed an opportunity there.

Speaker 2 (12:45):
And if I were those kids that were taking like
a crowbar or something and chipped off some of the pieces,
why like market or put them in cards like patches?

Speaker 1 (12:53):
Yeah, solid the toks like game used dinosaur bone. That's awesome.
That's so that. That is so bad. That bonus so big. Okay, Eddie,
great story. That is what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (13:05):
That was telling me something good. Elder versus millennial. Morgan's back.
Lunchbox is the champ lunchboxes the questions that Morgan will
know the answer to. Ready, Yeah, Miranda and Gordo were
best friends on what Disney Channel TV show?

Speaker 1 (13:25):
Miranda and Gordo? What was that?

Speaker 5 (13:30):
Ah ah.

Speaker 1 (13:37):
Ah, I need an answer, Yeah, that was the one
handah Montana and correct Morgan, can you steal?

Speaker 8 (13:46):
Yes, it's Lizzie MacGuire, that's correct.

Speaker 1 (13:49):
Stupid Hillary doesn't name.

Speaker 2 (13:51):
Let's introduce our champion. Lunchbox is taken down both Swifty,
Lauren and Abby. He's in to take down the one millennial.

Speaker 1 (14:01):
He has not beaten. He's a captain of Cringe.

Speaker 2 (14:04):
He says, all he does is when he loves hot
chicks and money, and people say it looks like Doug Funny.

Speaker 1 (14:09):
It's lunch bus lunchbox. Question two.

Speaker 2 (14:14):
Ash Ketchum is the name of the human main character
in what video games, animated and film series? Ash Ketchum
is the human character in what video game animated series
and also the film series.

Speaker 1 (14:31):
Video game an animated game ash Ketchum. Ash Ketchum was
in Pokemon? Correct? Lunchbox. What was the name of the
hot toy.

Speaker 2 (14:46):
That started as micro chips that played one minute of
popular songs?

Speaker 1 (14:54):
Say one more time? What was the name of the hot.

Speaker 2 (14:56):
Toy that started as micro chips that played one minute.

Speaker 1 (14:59):
Of popular songs? Polly Pocket? Incorrect? Morgan, can you steal that?

Speaker 2 (15:05):
I don't.

Speaker 9 (15:05):
I mean, I remember having one on my keychain, but
I don't know that I remember what it's all.

Speaker 8 (15:11):
It's in sync one and a Britney spears one.

Speaker 1 (15:16):
Shoot, it's just like a sand disk three seconds. Yeah,
I don't sand disc. I don't know hit clips hit clips.

Speaker 2 (15:26):
All right, let's introduce Morgan his opponent. She runs our
digital She took our social media by storm and she's
all about her new man in uniform.

Speaker 1 (15:35):
It's Morgan number day. Ready, Morgan, I'm ready.

Speaker 2 (15:41):
Which auto company folded before the debut of the movie.
Its car was featured in which is Back to the Future.
So it was an auto company and it actually went
out of business before their car got famous and Back
to the Future.

Speaker 9 (15:59):
That's the car with the doors that fly up, and
it went out of business. What doesn't exist, I don't
know with a real car company.

Speaker 1 (16:16):
I don't know. Time the larean correct.

Speaker 4 (16:22):
Wait, that's what the actual car company was called.

Speaker 2 (16:24):
The Lorian and it went out of business before it
actually ye, next up, I knew the car. I didn't
think Morgan who played Iceman in Top Gun.

Speaker 1 (16:35):
Oh yeah, yeah, dang.

Speaker 9 (16:38):
I can see him because he came back in Maverick.

Speaker 2 (16:42):
Shoot.

Speaker 4 (16:42):
What's his name?

Speaker 8 (16:45):
I'm not on my game today?

Speaker 1 (16:47):
Five seconds?

Speaker 10 (16:48):
Mmmm?

Speaker 1 (16:49):
Ice fan ice Fan, Icean Ice Fan Iceman Time Lunchbox,
Val Kilmore correct.

Speaker 2 (17:00):
A show called Val Morgan, which band released the album
The Joshua Tree in nineteen eighty seven and features.

Speaker 1 (17:08):
The hit with Ale Without You, Withle Without.

Speaker 4 (17:13):
You, Joshua Tree's just there.

Speaker 1 (17:18):
I don't have a band that did it though, So
the Beatles in nineteen eighty seven, I mean.

Speaker 8 (17:27):
Through all the rock brands bands.

Speaker 1 (17:31):
I'm going with the Beatles nineteen eighty seven.

Speaker 2 (17:33):
The Beatles are basically all dead. Yeah. John Lennon was dead.

Speaker 8 (17:39):
I wasn't even alive.

Speaker 1 (17:41):
Oh, Joshua your tree, that's my band Pearl Jam incorrect?
It is you two? Oh that was rough Box three
Morgan one looks like, what right with us now? US
Air Force technical Sergeant Daniel Beasting. How's it going, guys?
I see your wife's there too. How are you guys?

Speaker 4 (18:01):
Good?

Speaker 11 (18:02):
How about you? This is my wife Alicia.

Speaker 1 (18:03):
Hey, Lisia, good to see you. I And where do
you guys live?

Speaker 11 (18:06):
We live in Rotunda West Down in Florida.

Speaker 1 (18:09):
You have the gators down there?

Speaker 11 (18:10):
Oh yeah yeah.

Speaker 1 (18:11):
You ever see gators walking around in the yard? Oh yeah,
I'm out no chance. So here's what here's the deal.

Speaker 2 (18:18):
Every year what we do is we work with our
listeners and we try to help out a hero and
we've teamed up with building homes for heroes to actually
help you guys. So I do want to know what's
what's happened with you guys, because I know that after
you had served building Homes for Heroes. They had built
you a home initially, Daniel's that true.

Speaker 11 (18:39):
They had they had gifted us a mortgage free home.
It had been a foreclosure that a bank had donated
to them.

Speaker 1 (18:44):
And so then what happened to the home.

Speaker 11 (18:46):
So we lived in the home and for nine years,
and then we got hit with Hurricane Ian. It kind
of perched right off the coast there and we sat
in the in the eye wall for about ten hours
and it really just did a number on our house.

Speaker 1 (19:04):
Yeah, we can't live in it.

Speaker 11 (19:05):
We try to figure out what we're going to do.

Speaker 2 (19:07):
Well, that's why that's why I'm with you guys right now.
What we want to do is we want to let's
do it again. We want to team up with Building
Homes for Heroes and we want to build you a
new house. So wow, that's why we're here right now
because we just appreciate your service.

Speaker 1 (19:21):
Can you tell me a little bit about your service,
like where you went, what you did, what happened to you,
that kind of stuff.

Speaker 11 (19:26):
I got to go visit in Iraq and we were
just under constant rocket fire at least every other day.

Speaker 1 (19:34):
When you return home from something like that, like, how
do you get through that? Did you have some crazy PTSD?

Speaker 11 (19:40):
Yes, The PTSD actually didn't start showing its head til
a few years later after I started doing the sensor
operator stuff on The Reaper, and I got back into
that every day being in being at war mindset, when
when you first come home, it's everybody's still in that

(20:03):
mindset and it doesn't become PTSD until it doesn't go away.

Speaker 2 (20:07):
As his wife, how difficult was that when he came
home and he's trying to adjust back to a civilian life.

Speaker 12 (20:13):
The first time when he went, our daughter was about
eight months old, and so that was definitely a struggle
because she.

Speaker 4 (20:19):
Didn't know her dad.

Speaker 12 (20:21):
She thought he was a TV remote that she got
stopped to. So, yeah, there's plenty of times when he
came home that a car would backfire or the alarm.
We live on base and so they were to have
like sirens go off every so often for trainings that
he would grab us and throw us under the table,
thinking it was a missile.

Speaker 1 (20:42):
Alarm going off.

Speaker 12 (20:44):
You kind of dealt with it and just constantly said
it's okay, you're home physically.

Speaker 1 (20:50):
Did you did anything happen to you while you're overseas.

Speaker 11 (20:53):
I broke my spine while I was in Alaska. I
had to have multiple foot surgeries from my feet got
deformed from all the running on concrete having to do Wow.

Speaker 1 (21:05):
And so yeah, I've got.

Speaker 11 (21:08):
Nine pieces of metal in my right foot, six pieces
of metal in my left foot. I have part of
my left calf ripped off, and I've had twenty something
tendon surgeries.

Speaker 1 (21:21):
Wow. Yes, So how long did you serve overall?

Speaker 11 (21:27):
I was nine and a half years. I joined in
February of two thousand and five and it was August
of twenty eleven.

Speaker 3 (21:36):
Like of the metal accommodations medals, I mean, it sounds
like you've been through the ring or surely.

Speaker 2 (21:41):
I have some.

Speaker 11 (21:42):
I have an Aerial Achievement medal I have. I have
quite a few. I have quite a large ribbon rack.

Speaker 2 (21:49):
Yeah, I bet they should. It's not they should give
you more to give you ever ribbon. The should go
to a hobby lobby and give you every ribbon. They
should cut hobby lobby and give it to you.

Speaker 11 (21:57):
I appreciate that, but there's a lot of ribbons. But
I definitely did not earn and I would not wear.

Speaker 2 (22:03):
We're on now with US Air Force Technical Sergeant Daniel Beasting,
And so what we want to do is, in essence,
just want to build you a home. We know that
you move back, you've had difficulty, and then a freaking
hurricane comes and kills your house. It's like, what else
can happen to you, guys, So hopefully we can counterbalance
that a little bit. And what we want to do

(22:23):
is put us on this show and our listeners, and
we want to raise as absolute much money as we
can and hopefully help you in this situation to get you,
guys at home so that you can live the life
that you deserve to live for all that you've done
for us. So we just wanted to come on and
hear your story and tell you we're going to put
ourselves to work now and hopefully very soon in the

(22:46):
coming weeks.

Speaker 1 (22:47):
We'll be able to call you back and let you go.

Speaker 2 (22:49):
All right, We meaning this show, our listeners, the B
Team like we got you, Like that's the goal, and
it is a real pleasure to get to talk with
you and thank you for everything that you've done and
everything still going through. Because that's that's that sounds hard.
I don't even understand that sounds hard, so so thanks.

Speaker 11 (23:07):
I don't I don't even know what to say. Thank you,
thank you so much.

Speaker 2 (23:10):
Well, I think our next call will be very happy
and we want to make your life a little easier.

Speaker 1 (23:17):
So let us get to work and we will talk
to you very very soon. Thank you for spending time
with us.

Speaker 11 (23:21):
Thank you, thank you very much. And thank you for
your for the work you do with building homes for heroes,
because they have really been such a great help to
us and they've really stepped up when they didn't have to.
And thank you for all the work you guys do
with them.

Speaker 1 (23:34):
I don't have the courage to serve. I'm actually a
huge whimp.

Speaker 2 (23:37):
So this is, you know, as close as I can
get it, and even close and be honest with you,
so thankfully people like you have the courage to do it,
because yeah, I sit behind a microphone, so let me
do the microphone stuff and hopefully we'll talk again very
very soon.

Speaker 1 (23:49):
Thank you, guys, and I'll see it. I'll see it soon, okay,
thank you, Thank you. All right, and so what we're
going to do everybody that's listening right now are limited
edition Patriotic and Enjoy Line is it up now. Yes,
it is up now, it is up.

Speaker 2 (24:04):
Okay, we have a whole new line and what we
want you to do is go check it out and
we don't keep any of the money.

Speaker 1 (24:09):
We have built seven homes.

Speaker 4 (24:12):
Might be eight coming up, but it is something, yes,
that we've done every year around fourth of July, so
that you have something patriotic to wear.

Speaker 1 (24:20):
A whole new line too. Yeah, it's a whole it
looks different, it's super cool.

Speaker 4 (24:23):
We're I'm actually obsessed with all of it. And you
just wear it and you have something you could wear
it you're around, but with Fourth July coming up, it's
an excuse to purchase something patriotic. But then also it's
a conversation starter. Maybe when you wear it out at
the barbecue or whatever you're doing and say, yoh this
this shirt helped build a home for a veteran that
has been through a lot. And then it's special.

Speaker 2 (24:45):
Yeah, go to Bobbybones dot com now right now in
ow now and get a shirt, get a hat, get
us a hoodie. There's like statue liberty ones. It's I mean,
it's America. We're helping Americans that actually allow us to
live in this America. So we encourage you to go
to Bobbybones dot com now now, now.

Speaker 4 (25:04):
Now, and then if you maybe you're seeing Pip and joy,
just know that that represents spreading joy, which is what
we're doing for veterans when we do this, and we've
you know, been able to help countless organizations. But it's
fourth of July every year that we do this, and
if you order now, you will get it in time
for fourth July.

Speaker 2 (25:20):
And we don't keep any of the money. Zero never
no money. Okay, thank you, and yeah, let's get to work.
Appreciate you guys.

Speaker 1 (25:31):
Pile of stories.

Speaker 4 (25:32):
So a pediatric operating room nurse, she's saying five things
she would never let her kids do based.

Speaker 13 (25:38):
On what she sees come into the er because she
sees people coming hurt, Like I wanted to hire your
son and give him a machete and have him cut
a trail in my backyard because the deal was I
bottom a PS five and he's going to work it
off and have a trailer.

Speaker 1 (25:51):
Ask her if I could he can do that?

Speaker 4 (25:53):
Yeah, So it's not one of the five.

Speaker 1 (25:54):
So it was so far, we're good.

Speaker 4 (25:56):
But sitting on a riding mower specifically riding on dad's
lap like it can make for a cute memory or photo,
but she's seen serious life altering injuries when kids fall off,
like even like an attractor, like bend to the kid.
You know, it's just certain things happen that go.

Speaker 1 (26:14):
Wrong, like guys don't happen unless you let go. That's
what I've learned in life.

Speaker 4 (26:18):
Using explosive firework, she's seen too many injuries to fingers
or worse. I agree, But a lot of kids like
to play the fireworks and dras going swimming unless there's
an adult adult there. She doesn't keep or she doesn't
trust anyone else keeping an eye on her kid, like
she wants to.

Speaker 1 (26:34):
Be an age though, right absolutely. And also I went
and just went swimming by myself in the lake like nine, I.

Speaker 4 (26:40):
Know what you did so much, but had a gun
fine at nine?

Speaker 1 (26:43):
Oh yeah, you take the gun swimm into the lake,
and sometimes I combine them. I would go squirrel hunting
on the way to swim, and I'll take the gun
with the yeah.

Speaker 4 (26:51):
Yeah, yeah, Like even if you're just driving somewhere like
right down the block and your kids don't buckle up
and you're like yeah, yeah, well we're almost there and
you don't really think about it. Absolutely not in her mind,
always have the seat belt on, even if it's for
a few minutes, because she's seen crashes where one kid
was buckled and one kid wasn't and it was a
short ride, and the injuries obviously are just so much worse.
But you think I'm not going very far, no big deal.

(27:13):
And then the number one thing was going to a
sleepover unless she knows every single person there. She knows
too many cases of abuse and she's not going to risk.

Speaker 1 (27:21):
It, like the adults or every kid could.

Speaker 4 (27:25):
Yeah, probably every kid, every adult vault like she wants
to know.

Speaker 1 (27:28):
I'm yes, I just want a lot of places roun't
know anybody.

Speaker 4 (27:33):
Yeah, yeah, that's what just now I want.

Speaker 1 (27:36):
Because we lived it doesn't mean it was right, right,
Yeah right.

Speaker 4 (27:38):
I agree, Like I would go all kinds of places,
but at my house, I prefer to have all my
kids there. And then I'm always surprised sometimes where I
don't get a phone call from parents like wanting to
know what are they all doing? Where are they what
are they doing? Because if my daughter wants to go
see the night anywhere, I'm asking her so many questions
where she thinks I'm annoying.

Speaker 1 (27:57):
Did you miss one that was five the machete exactly.

Speaker 2 (28:01):
That's why to be able to use the machety in
my backyard to make a trail.

Speaker 1 (28:05):
I agree, I agree with me. Okay, what else?

Speaker 4 (28:07):
So there's this kit cat trend, like another food mashup
that has gone viral and people are hoping that it
comes true, and it looks like it might. And it's
a kit Cat chip flavor of kit Cat cat.

Speaker 2 (28:19):
I bet that would be good chocolate and salty, a
kit Cat chip flavor, Oh chip.

Speaker 4 (28:24):
Kit kit cat chup because ketchup up.

Speaker 1 (28:28):
I thought she just couldn't say chip, and I was
covering for her. I was jumping and give some support.

Speaker 4 (28:34):
Think of ketchup.

Speaker 1 (28:35):
No, no, yeah, but if you had said kit cat ketchup,
we'd be like ketchup. Whatever you were saying was not Yeah.
I was just trying to jump out so that ketchup.

Speaker 4 (28:44):
Let me simplify it. Hines and KitKat are looking to
do a partnership where the outside chocolate coating will be
red and ketchup flavor, and then on the inside would
be the way I might ketch up.

Speaker 1 (28:55):
That's disgusting. I okay, all right, say moving on.

Speaker 4 (29:02):
I thought it sounded tasty. Lady Wilson is talking about
how she's never met Tim mcgrawl even though yeah, at
the time this interview, this is from the Butt.

Speaker 1 (29:11):
The Boot and she is from the butt.

Speaker 6 (29:16):
Cat.

Speaker 4 (29:16):
Yup, it's from the Boot. And she said that they
have an interesting family connection.

Speaker 12 (29:22):
Uh.

Speaker 4 (29:23):
She was doing an interview with Garth Brooks and she said, yeah,
Tim grew up right down the road for me in
Louisiana and her step grandma actually used to babysit him.
But she has never met Tim. Crazy.

Speaker 1 (29:34):
They haven't met yet. They'll probably do a big clap.

Speaker 2 (29:36):
Now, yeah, setting up from step grandma or like Louisiana steps.

Speaker 1 (29:44):
All right, is that it Maybe that's my file, that
was Amy's pile of story. It's time for the good news, Bobby.
All right, imagine this. You're you're the valedictorian. How cool
is that?

Speaker 4 (29:58):
Amazing?

Speaker 1 (29:59):
Yeah? And all right, get speech ready because you're about
to be val dictorian. Really smart, love it nerdy.

Speaker 2 (30:06):
All of a sudden, like a couple of days before,
they're like, oh, we miscalculated, you're not the valedictorian.

Speaker 4 (30:11):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 11 (30:12):
Boom.

Speaker 2 (30:14):
She'd already been announced, right, the valedictorian. So obviously a
mess up. And the girl was like, I'm embarrassed. So
she didn't go to graduation. So they tell her she's valedictorian.

Speaker 1 (30:25):
She's not.

Speaker 2 (30:26):
It's public now that she's not, kids are making fun
of her. It becomes like a little news story. Somebody's
watching the news. It's like, I'm just gonna pay for
her college.

Speaker 3 (30:35):
Wow.

Speaker 1 (30:36):
Say that again.

Speaker 2 (30:38):
Somebody that was watching the news because the news did
a little story on it, said I'm just going to
pay for her college.

Speaker 1 (30:45):
Amazing.

Speaker 4 (30:45):
Yeah, because I wonder too if there's a scholarships attached
to being valedictorian and you're banking on that, you.

Speaker 1 (30:51):
Know, I don't know. I never got that. I don't
know if the name.

Speaker 3 (30:54):
Excuse me, I never got the valedictorian. Oh yeah, but
I did get scholarships. You go one right, Yeah, Austin
Livestock and Rodeo for something in your life that you
did that involved livestock and Rodeo. No, I just applied
for it. And Chasco Contracting was the one that gave
me mine by showing them what you do in live
stock and Rodeo. I know, I never did anything with

(31:15):
livestock and Rodeo. I just filled out the application because
it said, I mean that's what I always heard was, hey,
fill out these scholarships. A lot of people they go unclaimed,
so if you just fill them out, you may get them.

Speaker 1 (31:24):
It's like that government money on the website.

Speaker 6 (31:26):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (31:29):
So anyway, she's like, this is crazy. I can't believe it.
So what happened? It was good. She's Liketornian. It's bad
she was taken away. It was good. Somebody says, I'll
just pay for your college.

Speaker 3 (31:38):
Now you got to go somewhere real expensive. You don't
have to take advantage of every situation. I think you
go to where you were going. No, because maybe you
decided to go somewhere because you couldn't afford it, and
now you can.

Speaker 1 (31:49):
Go to like Harvard. I also don't think that's how
Harvard works.

Speaker 3 (31:53):
But I like it.

Speaker 1 (31:54):
Yeah, I mean why not. I like that you're consistent
to go out of state. That's from w t SP.
That that's what I'm talking about. That's what it's all.
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 2 (32:04):
All right, teen, let's see how many we can get.
Amy gives us the morning Corny's but we have to
figure him out. It's the investigative Morning Corny.

Speaker 1 (32:10):
Let's go the Mourning Corny. Ninety seconds on the clock, Amy, are.

Speaker 4 (32:18):
You ready ready?

Speaker 1 (32:18):
Is there a theme? What's the theme?

Speaker 10 (32:21):
You?

Speaker 1 (32:22):
She can't tell us. You get to figure it out.
Five seconds? Okay, and fine, I'll tell you.

Speaker 4 (32:25):
We're celebrating it this weekend.

Speaker 1 (32:27):
Okay, old, go.

Speaker 4 (32:29):
How does Darth Vader like his toast cooked on Father's Day?

Speaker 6 (32:33):
You fire your father, dark post, but you I don't
know anything about Darth Vader.

Speaker 1 (32:40):
How does Darth Vader father something with on Father's Day?
And he's the force, the.

Speaker 4 (32:46):
Horse that's on Father's Day? You may make him toast?
How does he want it? Arch Vader burns.

Speaker 1 (32:53):
I don't know anything about Darth Vader, so I don't
light sky walk off.

Speaker 4 (33:00):
Job.

Speaker 6 (33:00):
The Princess layoff fat and they named Fat Noa the
thorm Trooper.

Speaker 1 (33:07):
I don't know what.

Speaker 2 (33:08):
I also maybe don't know enough about Star Wars almost
I love starsket again.

Speaker 4 (33:12):
How does Darth Vader like his toast cooked on Father's Day?
When you make him breakfast?

Speaker 1 (33:19):
Toasty?

Speaker 6 (33:20):
Light lightsaber light saber light butter light lights dark the force.

Speaker 1 (33:28):
Light dark dark dark chocolate, the dark force on the
dark side.

Speaker 4 (33:35):
What do you call a dad who falls through the ice?

Speaker 1 (33:39):
Ice breaker.

Speaker 2 (33:41):
Dad, Bob Brad hit bad hit, slippery daddy, Dad, frozen
pops popsicle, popsickle?

Speaker 4 (33:50):
What's a groundbreaking gift to get your dad this year?

Speaker 1 (33:54):
Jackammer? That's good mother, Darth Vader. I'm still stuck on
Darth Vader times. That's tough, Darth Vader.

Speaker 4 (34:07):
Yeah. I thought y'all said dark right from the beginning.
I thought I'm gonna be like on the dark side,
that's tough.

Speaker 1 (34:11):
What was the answer to that one?

Speaker 4 (34:13):
So the groundbreaking gift a shovel?

Speaker 9 (34:16):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (34:17):
I was in the ballpark at jackcamer obviously not right,
but okay, that's a bad job.

Speaker 1 (34:23):
In studio right now.

Speaker 2 (34:24):
Julie Taylor, owner of J Banks Salon and Nashville hair Replacement,
Am I saying that right?

Speaker 1 (34:29):
Okay? So Julie, we're here because Eddie is.

Speaker 8 (34:33):
I'm here to make Eddie look ten years younger?

Speaker 2 (34:35):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (34:36):
Can we do fifteen? I could do fifteen?

Speaker 10 (34:40):
Is that what you typically see with it's a hair
amazing and the confidence that they shine through after they
get hair, they feel like themselves again.

Speaker 2 (34:49):
I have so many questions, and so let's roll through
some questions, because what's gonna happen is we're gonna let
Eddie and Julie go off, and she's gonna.

Speaker 1 (34:57):
Because I don't, let's talk about the process. But Eddie's
gonna have a new head of hair today. It is amazing.
So what is the process? You'll leave this room with
Eddie and what do you do.

Speaker 10 (35:04):
It's a pretty simple process. I mean, it's non surgical
hair replacements.

Speaker 1 (35:08):
Is that his hair you're gonna put on his head.

Speaker 2 (35:16):
Now?

Speaker 8 (35:17):
But you guys, it will look natural when I get
it on you?

Speaker 1 (35:20):
Okay, so you will. That won't be my hairstyle.

Speaker 8 (35:22):
No, that's not going to be your hairstyle. I mean,
unless you want.

Speaker 1 (35:24):
That's pretty cool, shaggy dog.

Speaker 4 (35:26):
You're gonna cut it.

Speaker 10 (35:28):
I'm going to cut the heck out of it. Okay,
it will look like a natural It's gonna look like
his hair.

Speaker 8 (35:32):
People will not know.

Speaker 1 (35:34):
So what do you do?

Speaker 2 (35:34):
So you will say, walk out with Eddie. When you
guys do your thing. You he takes his hat off,
do you like shave part of his head?

Speaker 8 (35:41):
I am going to shave you a grandpa haircut today, so.

Speaker 1 (35:44):
He looked like doctor Phil and it's the top of
his head.

Speaker 2 (35:45):
He will for a minute, and how long will this
thing stay on his head before like it starts to
like fall.

Speaker 10 (35:51):
Monthly maintenance once a month you come to the salon,
I take it off.

Speaker 1 (35:56):
So your haircut it is.

Speaker 8 (35:57):
Yeah, I mean that's that's all.

Speaker 4 (35:59):
It takes to wear.

Speaker 1 (36:00):
So once that thing is on my head, that's that's
my wig.

Speaker 8 (36:03):
It's yours.

Speaker 1 (36:04):
Do you call it?

Speaker 10 (36:05):
Feels like it's wig insulting? Yeah, wig and two pay
are insulting. I hear you're calling it a system. The
technology in this it's a it's a modern men's hair system.

Speaker 6 (36:14):
I'm not worried though if I do a little dive
off the diving board that's going to fall off at
the pool.

Speaker 8 (36:18):
It will never fly off like you see.

Speaker 1 (36:20):
In the movie.

Speaker 6 (36:21):
Yes, ever, I'm so excited about this, and I do
drive a jeep and I love the hair in my
wind idea, like I've been dreaming about that.

Speaker 8 (36:28):
Oh, my clients live their best life with the wind
in their hair.

Speaker 4 (36:31):
Yes, wouldn't you say my clients, do you have to
book them like with a buffer in between or do
they mind if clients see clients, you know, because I
feel like, oh, they might not want to you know.

Speaker 2 (36:43):
That's a good point, Like they don't want to run
into somebody else who's scaring it.

Speaker 10 (36:46):
You have a thirty minute buffer, so we don't have
that yet. We do have private rooms. I would say
fifty percent of the clients that wear these, they they
want to flaw on it. They don't care that people
know that they're wearing it, like others.

Speaker 1 (37:00):
See what my boove job everybody?

Speaker 4 (37:03):
Okay, right, you.

Speaker 8 (37:05):
Know other clients, the high profiles.

Speaker 10 (37:07):
I can do them, you know, on a day off,
for certain hours of the salon are closed and stuff
like that.

Speaker 1 (37:12):
How long have you been doing this version of your work?

Speaker 8 (37:16):
This version about five years?

Speaker 2 (37:18):
And what's the difference, because again, we've only seen movies
where the people's like fall off or you're like, they're
like pointing and they have no idea.

Speaker 1 (37:24):
So this is so far past that, right, so far
past it.

Speaker 8 (37:27):
There's so many tape and glue options.

Speaker 10 (37:30):
We're going to go in and go with the basic
option for you, Eddie, just with with glue, and like
I said, you won't even feel it.

Speaker 8 (37:36):
You're going to be surprised, Okay, so.

Speaker 2 (37:38):
We're going to keep her on here for a second,
where with Julie Taylor. She is the owner of Jabank
Salon and Nashville Hair Replacement. Are you are you trained
to cut hair as well? Oh?

Speaker 8 (37:46):
Yeah, I do it all really but mainly this is
all I do.

Speaker 1 (37:49):
But did you learn to cut hair though? Before you did?

Speaker 4 (37:52):
Oh?

Speaker 1 (37:52):
Yeah, so you were a hairstylus. That's cool.

Speaker 2 (37:54):
So we're also going to link her and we're gonna
put her in the podcast show notes, so you can
find that the Instagram is stuff, but the website is
Nashville Hair Replacement dot com. Do you have clients all
over the country, all over the country, because our show
is all over the country, So Nashville Hair Replacement dot Com.
We're gonna come back with Julian one second and ask
some more questions Bobby Bone Show.

Speaker 1 (38:13):
What do we call it, Julie, Because we don't say
to Pey.

Speaker 8 (38:16):
What do we say modern men's hair system?

Speaker 1 (38:18):
But if we're saying Eddie's about to get new hair,
what's going to be on his head?

Speaker 4 (38:22):
A hair system?

Speaker 1 (38:23):
My system? Man it alone.

Speaker 2 (38:25):
Julie's here and Eddie's new hair with a new hair system.
In the next hour, so we'll do the we'll do
the reveal on the air and Eddie, what are your thoughts.
You're about to get a new hair system.

Speaker 1 (38:37):
I have questions. Go ahead, is that real hair?

Speaker 8 (38:40):
It's human hair?

Speaker 1 (38:43):
My gosh, what do you get their hair?

Speaker 10 (38:45):
I have a US manufacturer that does this, and distributor
and stuff. I keep most of the hair systems in
stock at the salon one on Earth.

Speaker 6 (38:53):
I'm wearing somebody else's somebody who died and I gave
you their hair, maybe like an organ.

Speaker 1 (38:57):
It's like somebody who just donated.

Speaker 3 (39:00):
Wow, like when I donated my hair, I could have
been a system on someone else.

Speaker 1 (39:04):
You could, but they said your hair was too gross.
They used it for the oil spill, pick up the
oil it was needed. Yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah. And
can people donate their hair to you or they have
to go through.

Speaker 8 (39:15):
A process, through a whole process.

Speaker 6 (39:16):
Dude, you can be one of something else's that's crazy.
That's crazy thing about it. It's real though, No, I know,
I know, it's it's okay. So the styles can I
put like gel in it?

Speaker 10 (39:24):
A little bit of a palmade, but they style really easily.
They've got just enough texture in them. The haircut is
going to just style itself. So you know, my goal
is you just run your hands through your hair and
that's it.

Speaker 2 (39:37):
Let's just say it's a really windy day, exceptionally, Wendy,
anychance when we flies off?

Speaker 8 (39:42):
No, it's not going to fly off. Had people tested.

Speaker 10 (39:46):
I've had people surf in it and you're all kind
of crazy roller coasters and stuff, and it has not.

Speaker 4 (39:51):
Wow.

Speaker 2 (39:51):
Okay, okay, you're good. Out of your thoughts, your emotions.
Right now, I'm super excited. Like the fact that I'm
going to have hair in the next few minutes is amazing.

Speaker 1 (40:00):
Good hair hair.

Speaker 2 (40:01):
Will you sure your head because we're gonna have to
see it before now the pictures she's seen it.

Speaker 1 (40:06):
How so what do you think about that head? I mean,
that's the top.

Speaker 8 (40:09):
He's the perfect candidate. Wow, going to have a good hairline?

Speaker 1 (40:12):
Is he so good looking? Two hours?

Speaker 2 (40:14):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (40:15):
Dang, do you have a haircut in mind? Because you've
been dreaming about this boy years just so much. Like
I mean, I've always liked the high and tipe, but
I don't know if that's still in. That's still in
the high and tight.

Speaker 2 (40:25):
Dude, I'd have a little I have like some extra
it's mine's not long, but there's a little like fluffy,
you know.

Speaker 6 (40:32):
Like so once I decide the style, though, can I
choose a different one? Like if I go a little
long at the beginning, can I come in and be like, I.

Speaker 1 (40:39):
Need to cut this off all over it?

Speaker 8 (40:40):
But you can't go with the opposite.

Speaker 1 (40:42):
Right because it doesn't grow. Okay, so that's why she
goes a little shaggier. What about BedHead? Am I gonna
have bed head in gratuations?

Speaker 4 (40:50):
But wow?

Speaker 1 (40:51):
Yeah, but I never had bed head? Like what in
a long time? Are you nervous about shaving your head? Uh? No,
because once if I don't like it, I'll just shave
my whole head again.

Speaker 8 (41:00):
You know, true exactly from zero.

Speaker 1 (41:03):
Yep, you'll but you'll like it. I want to love it, dude.

Speaker 2 (41:07):
Okay, is there a way because we'll check in, we're
going to send you guys off to do your work.
But is there a way that he can't see what's
happening until the very end?

Speaker 8 (41:13):
Yeah, there's not a mirror in your office.

Speaker 2 (41:15):
Whoa, whoa, You don't we want to reveal to you
to also be It's like when someone puts on those
color blind glasses and they start crying like se color.

Speaker 1 (41:22):
Oh yeah, but you can't go to the You can't
go to the hair salon and not look in the mirror.

Speaker 2 (41:27):
You can.

Speaker 4 (41:28):
They turn you around like I got my hair chopped
off recently and I didn't see a thing until she
was done styling in. It was so fun when she
spun me around, like it's fun Eddie.

Speaker 1 (41:37):
Okay, So do you think we know a lot of
people with these on and we just don't know it?

Speaker 13 (41:40):
Oh?

Speaker 1 (41:41):
Yeah, right now, I got extra vulner while I went
look gy.

Speaker 4 (41:46):
Yeah that would be Have you ever had to sign
like an NDA? No, not yet, but they just trust you.

Speaker 6 (41:52):
Yeah, okay, you know what, I didn't tell my wife
I'm doing this today, but she doesn't know at all.
I mean she knows that I'm I was thinking about
doing it, she doesn't know it's today. Then don't say
anything about it. Go home so she notices.

Speaker 1 (42:03):
Yeah, no one's gonna notice. Okay, we're gonna let let
you guys go do your work.

Speaker 2 (42:07):
But okay, Julie Taylor is here, which, by the way,
you guys go to Nashville Hair Replacement dot Com. She
has clients all over the country.

Speaker 10 (42:15):
You know.

Speaker 1 (42:16):
Do you travel like?

Speaker 13 (42:17):
Do you do?

Speaker 8 (42:17):
I travel some?

Speaker 1 (42:18):
Yeah. Okay, let's see how it goes.

Speaker 2 (42:20):
All right, Julie, Eddie, Julie do it. You guys, go
do your thing. When Eddie comes back, he'll be a
new man.

Speaker 1 (42:25):
Yeah. Hey, watch the confidence level.

Speaker 8 (42:28):
Fifteen years younger.

Speaker 1 (42:29):
I might be.

Speaker 2 (42:30):
I'm gonna be honest, A dude has never really turned
me on, but I'm worried. I'm worried. You walk in
and I'm turned on by it. But you know what,
it's a risk I'm willing to take.
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