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July 9, 2024 45 mins

Find out how Amy's daughter got into her first car wreck, and if she handled it in a mature way! Plus, we share TV show and movie recommendations in Tuesday Reviews Day and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
The transmitting. I got two things I want to talk about.
First morning studio.

Speaker 2 (00:13):
I have a whole turbulence airplane story I want to
get to in a second, which is crazy.

Speaker 1 (00:18):
It wasn't a crash, and.

Speaker 2 (00:20):
I read it was like I got to share this
with the show immediately. He can't get it off my mind.
So we'll get to that. But speaking of crashes, Amy's
daughter was in.

Speaker 1 (00:26):
A wreck, a car wreck. Yeah, okay, she hit somebody.

Speaker 3 (00:31):
She was hit so that it wasn't her fault. And
she was in a parking lot so they were going
really slow. But she was driving and like you know,
there's a robe cars parked and someone was backing out
and as she's pulling, so I guess didn't see that
she was behind him and backed right into the door.
And when they got out and they were looking at it,
he tried to offer one hundred bucks and I was like, hey,

let's just here's one hundred. Let's call it a day. Yeah,
And like, knowing my daughter, I thought she might be like, Okay,
that sounds pretty good. Oh yeah, you're right. She might
counter and be like and then he'd say two hundred
and then they'd drive away. But she did the right thing.
She called we got insurance involved the whole thing, and

we're good.

Speaker 1 (01:14):
We did it was their damage, Yeah, oh, there was okay.

Speaker 2 (01:17):
Because if there's no damage, which there could still be damage,
you can't see, which is why you should never take
the money and do insurance. But if there's no damage,
I could see where as an early driver sixteen, seventeen eighteen,
you'd be like, I'll take the hundred.

Speaker 1 (01:29):
Be care's nothing wrong here.

Speaker 2 (01:30):
But my advice as someone this has happened to where
I took the hundred long time ago, and I don't
think it was a hundred, was like forty bucks because
there was no damage. It turns out underneath there was
some damage that I had to pay for because I
couldn't go to insurance. But good for her maturity.

Speaker 3 (01:46):
Yeah, I was very proud of her, and I was
just glad that everybody was okay. And you know, I
can't say if you would have offered a little bit
more what she would have done. But there was parts
of the car like on the ground, so any trauma.

Speaker 1 (01:59):
Like she's like, I don't drive because people just ran
into you.

Speaker 2 (02:01):

Speaker 3 (02:01):
No, no, she doesn't want ever drive anywhere because a gas.

Speaker 1 (02:05):
I felt that too so expensive right now?

Speaker 3 (02:07):
Yeah, it's been expensive for years.

Speaker 1 (02:11):
Man, it's actually down now, it's down and lower than
it's been in years. It is.

Speaker 4 (02:16):
And it has to be so hard for teenagers now
because usually you've paid ninety nine cents. Now they're going
to pay four dollars for a gallon. How do they
afford that? If you work, you're only getting nine dollars
an hour?

Speaker 2 (02:25):
Absolutely completely agree, But time March is on gas prices, man,
And I'm telling you where I feel it now as
I had I was driving an electric car.

Speaker 1 (02:35):
I'm not anymore driving a gas car. It sucks.

Speaker 2 (02:38):
But if you're just comparing them to the last three,
four or five years, right now is pretty good in comparison.
I'm not saying it's good overall, but it's pretty good.
But it's never gonna be good again. Is your daughter
good at checking the gauge though, knowing when she needs gas?

Speaker 3 (02:53):
Yeah, she's pretty good at it. She likes to keep
it pretty full. That's why even if that guy asked
her to go half a mile down the road to
pick up her brother, She's like, oh, yeah, it's right
down the street, and I'll give you a dollar.

Speaker 2 (03:06):
Here's the other thing I was talking about. Thirty people
were injured when a flight hit strong turbulence. One guy
had to be pulled out of the ceiling after being
lodged in. The over had been pulled out of the ceiling.
Most of the injured people weren't wearing seat belts and hit.
They hit turbu LUNs without everybody going. Ay, they hit
it unsuspectedly, so some people do. I mean, I take
my seatbelt off sometimes.

Speaker 1 (03:28):
I always take it. Last time I don't off. Was
that a light is off? You take it off?

Speaker 5 (03:32):

Speaker 1 (03:32):
Yeah, I guess I don't want to be cool, but
like I take I don't.

Speaker 6 (03:36):
Yeah, you'd be safe.

Speaker 2 (03:37):
Yeah, but yeah, hit and people went way up their
fractures and arms, faces and legs. But again that one
person went up into the overhead been was lodged in.
They had to pull them out of the ceiling.

Speaker 1 (03:50):
That's wild. That's stories from seeing and that's wild. And
everybody lived. That's good. And if you're not one of
the people who got hurt, what a story is it?

Speaker 7 (03:59):

Speaker 2 (04:00):
And also do you make because the airline didn't do it?
It's natural causes. If you break your arm in one
of these the airlines, I gonna pay for it. Oh yeah,
it's got to be in the fine print. You were
when you buy your ticket one you weren't buckled. Yeah,
I'm saying it's probably like a baseball. If a baseball
hit you a ballpark, you don't get money.

Speaker 1 (04:17):
But bad press.

Speaker 2 (04:18):
If you don't pay for it, they are definitely paying.
I've never heard a single instance of anybody paying or
not paying. I don't know that the press would happen.

Speaker 3 (04:23):
Actually, the press would be. I'd be like, well, were
you buckled.

Speaker 1 (04:28):
To get them with that?

Speaker 2 (04:29):
A me here from the National Times, ma'am? Where you buckled? Well, no,
I wasn't. All right, shut it down.

Speaker 1 (04:36):
Thank you for.

Speaker 7 (04:38):
Sail and all the air to get something we call
Bobby's fail.

Speaker 1 (04:44):
Yeah, hello Bobby Bones.

Speaker 2 (04:46):
And long last. The kids are gone. My wife and
I have the house to ourselves, but there's a disagreement
on what to do with those extra rooms. My wife
thinks we should keep the kids rooms the kids rooms,
so they are welcome when they come home. I say,
screw that, they're gone. I want to turn one bedroom
into a home office for my wife and the other
into a man cave for me. Plus, i've seen the
stats like kids moving back in with their parents. I

don't think we should make it easy for them. What's
the middle ground? What would you do sign dad dreaming
of a man cave. It's not about what's practical because
her feeling is based off emotion, So it's hard to
argue practicality against emotion. You can argue emotion against emotion.
You can argue practical against practical, but it's two different languages.

It'd be like if somebody only spoke French and I
only spoke English, and we're having an argument, we don't
even know what we're arguing about. So that's what this
is here. Now, there is a compromise where you could
leave one room as is, but which kid your favorite kid?
That's easy, Yeah, we all have your favorite kids. If

you want a man cave, you're going to have to
make a compromise with her and one of them. Maybe
it's not leave the room exactly as it is, but
it's leave a room so when they come home it's
easy for them to go back into this room. They
don't care on They really don't care that For a minute.
They may be like, oh that sucks, but really it's
not gonna affect their day to day life. But have
a room that's for them, have pictures up, little things

from so she feels good. And you can make your
man cave make it a half man cave half office
for her if you want. You can do both, but
you're gonna have to compromise or you're gonna get nothing
because you're not gonna get both of yours. You're not
gonna get where both rooms are gone away.

Speaker 3 (06:25):
So or you can just willing to make her an office.

Speaker 2 (06:28):
Correct he probably he's only doing that, yeah, Or you
just cut a deck high card wins like there are
certain things that you can literally do just to decide
it when you're doing emotion versus practicality, like we're never
gonna be on the same page. Let's just slip a coin,
Let's just cut a deck. But the real answers probably
have a room that has remnants of each the kids

can come back and stay in. They won't come back
at the same time anyway, unless it's Christmas. But then
you can have a cot to put in the man
cave when they're both home. But you're not gonna get both,
and she might get both, so you need to compromise it.
Get something out of there. That's it, all right, that's
the mailbag.

Speaker 1 (07:07):
Thank you. Closing up, We got your game mail on
your air.

Speaker 8 (07:11):
Now, let's find the clothes.

Speaker 1 (07:12):
Bobby fail back.

Speaker 6 (07:14):

Speaker 2 (07:16):
We're gonna act out movies from the eighties. We have
three scenes from three different movies. Can you name the movie?
It's Raymundo and myself acting it out. Mast a piece
of Theatah write transwer down. Ready, guys, yep action.

Speaker 1 (07:30):
Wait a minute, what are you doing? I need fuel?
Go ahead, quick, get in the car.

Speaker 7 (07:35):
No, no, no, no, no, I just got here. Okay,
she's here. We're gonna take the new truck for a spin. Well,
bring her along. This concerns her too. Wait a minute,
what are you talking about? What happens us?

Speaker 2 (07:47):

Speaker 1 (07:47):
No, no, no, no, both of you and you turn
out fine. It's your kids. Something has got to be
done about your kids.

Speaker 7 (07:52):
Hey, we better back up. We don't have enough road
to get up to eighty eight roads.

Speaker 1 (07:57):
Where we're going. We don't need roads.

Speaker 6 (07:59):
Why scene that's so good, guys.

Speaker 1 (08:03):
Scene this movie from nineteen eighty five.

Speaker 6 (08:08):
Yeah, I'm in, I'm in, Unless you guys want to
do it again.

Speaker 2 (08:11):
We do not.

Speaker 1 (08:11):
It's a tense. It's a tense. It takes a lot
out of you. Amy Back to the Future, Watchbox, Back
to the Future, Eddie, Back to the Future. Good job, Ray,
good job, buddy. Everybody gets one point. Good job.

Speaker 2 (08:21):
All right, next up, this is medium. It's worth two points.
Oh in case some of you are wondering who the
best is? They're up here on this plaque. You think
your name will be on that plaque? Yes, sir, that's
pretty arrogant considering the company you're in. Yes, sir, I
like that in a pilot.

Speaker 6 (08:41):
Scene and raised accent throw me off.

Speaker 3 (08:47):
Yeah, me too, me too different way?

Speaker 1 (08:50):
Yeah, you want to give one more run? That's this
was not too long? Yeah? That might have been on me. Say,
I don't know the movie till like halfway through. What's
written on the page? Yeah, here we go.

Speaker 2 (09:02):
Okay, some of you are wondering who the best is?
They are up here on this plaque. Do you think
your name will be on that plaque? Yes, sir, it's
pretty arrogant considering the company here. N Yes, sir, you're
saying that weird.

Speaker 1 (09:15):
I tried to do it. Ye, yes, sir, it's supposed
to be just said yes, sir, yeah, yeah, all right.
Then my final line is I like that in a pilot. Yeah,
I'm in Top Gun Lunchbox. Thank goodness, you guys did
the second time Top.

Speaker 2 (09:32):
Gun Eddie, Top Gun nineteen eighty six, Top Gun. Yeah,
it's supposed to be like do you think your name
will be on this PLAQ? Yes?

Speaker 1 (09:38):
Sir? So why was he s face? Yes sir, yeah, yes, sir, sir?

Speaker 2 (09:45):
All right, final one sits where everybody's tied. This one's
the winner here ready, you're not fooling anybody bender. The
next screw the falls out is going to be you
eat my shorts?

Speaker 8 (09:57):
What was that?

Speaker 1 (09:59):
Eat my shorts?

Speaker 2 (10:00):
You just bought yourself another Saturday, mister, oh crust Oh
you just watched you one more right there?

Speaker 1 (10:05):
Well, I'm free Saturday.

Speaker 6 (10:06):
After that.

Speaker 7 (10:06):
Beyond that, I'm gonna have to check my calendar because
it's gonna be filled.

Speaker 2 (10:09):
We'll keep going. You want another one, say the word?
Say the word? Instead of going to prison, you'll come here.

Speaker 1 (10:14):
Are you done?

Speaker 2 (10:15):
No, I'm doing society a favor. So that's another one.
Right now, I got you the rest of your natural
born life. If you don't watch your step, do you
want another one?

Speaker 6 (10:23):
Yeah, you got it?

Speaker 2 (10:24):
Another one right there? That's another one Powell scene. Can
you give us the year eighty five throw off in
the eighties?

Speaker 6 (10:35):

Speaker 1 (10:37):
Oh, shut up at it.

Speaker 6 (10:39):
You wrote it down on it, but that's my guess.
I'm not one hundred percent on it.

Speaker 1 (10:44):
Oh wa, way away you are?

Speaker 6 (10:50):
No, I didn't say I was in Hey bones, did
you say the name of who is talking to?

Speaker 2 (10:56):
I don't offer hints. If two people want us to
act it out of again, we can.

Speaker 6 (11:00):
You guys want to hear it again?

Speaker 1 (11:01):
I'm good, I'm in for the wind, Amy, I'm good. Okay,
Oh you sure? Guys? Eddie, you need an answer?

Speaker 6 (11:10):
Dang, give me breakfast club, but I rode the breakfast club.

Speaker 3 (11:17):
Amy, Shoot, there's deelers.

Speaker 1 (11:19):
Stay off the breakfast club. Yeah, you we're going to
tie record. You buzz in with your answer here right?
Just or just raise your hand and will stop now
buzz in.

Speaker 6 (11:30):
I never raise my hand before.

Speaker 2 (11:32):
Okay, Ray, you're the first one buzz in with your name. Okay,
go want a candy bar?

Speaker 1 (11:40):
Are you hungry? I got a baby?

Speaker 2 (11:41):
Ruth, Ruth Ruth Eddie the goonies. Correct, let's go, Let's
roll the scene. Ray go ahead again from the beginning,
Want a candy bar?

Speaker 1 (11:50):
Are you hungry? I got a baby Ruth, Ruth, Ruth,
baby Ruth. Here you go, Toss. I'm sorry, mister, I'm
sorry again.

Speaker 7 (12:04):
Right, I was reading the sloths, rips his chain off
the wall, goes to pick up the candy bar.

Speaker 1 (12:09):
Then he realizes, you don't read that out loud. That's
just part of scene.

Speaker 6 (12:12):
Hey mister, you're even hunger than I am. It's a
slothing chunk.

Speaker 1 (12:19):
There's Eddie, our winner. It's time for the good news.

Speaker 2 (12:23):
How much.

Speaker 4 (12:28):
A man in Kentucky walked into a gas station last month.
He's like, you know what, give me one of those
casino Nights lottery tickets, a little scratch off, and he goes,
I'll tell you what if I win that million dollars,
I'll never eat blown you again, goes back out to
his truck, starts scratching. Second line. He wins a million dollars.

Speaker 2 (12:48):
I would think I was in a I got a
prank or a dream or something. I would look at
it be like this cannot be right. God's awesome, and
he starts freaking out.

Speaker 4 (12:56):
He calls his son Jody, and he's like, Jody, You're
never gonna believe it. I just want to million dollars
and Jody's like, no way, And then he finally sees
the ticket. Jody's like, well, I'm gonna stay normal and
I might. Jody, you didn't win anything, Jody said, No worry, Dad,
I'll still mold the law on this weekend.

Speaker 1 (13:10):
Yeah, Jody, you didn't win anything, but.

Speaker 6 (13:12):
Settled down, Jody.

Speaker 1 (13:14):
Said, I'm gonna still be the same person I am.
Of course you are because you're the same person. You're
not richer.

Speaker 2 (13:21):
To win that scratch even when like a thousand dollars
on a scratch off, I would freak my crap out.

Speaker 3 (13:25):
Man, what amount does it take for lunch Box to
change and not be the same person?

Speaker 1 (13:29):
Oh, a million dollars? I wouldn't be the same person.

Speaker 4 (13:32):
I'd be a lot different. You guys would be talking
to me a little bit differently, would Yeah, what do
you mean nicer?

Speaker 6 (13:37):
You'd be nicer.

Speaker 1 (13:38):
No, you guys be a lot nicer than me because
you want some of my cash. We wouldn't want any
of it. Yeah, right, feel good for you.

Speaker 4 (13:43):
Guess what happened when you win the lottery? People come
a call and they want to start sucking up.

Speaker 2 (13:47):
But if you want a million bucks, you'd get five
hundred and eighty thousand. Yeah, and it would change your life.

Speaker 7 (13:51):

Speaker 4 (13:52):
He took a lump sum got over just over five
hundred thousand, and he said he's going to invest in
the future and pay off some debts.

Speaker 2 (13:58):
But we also think you probably pay for your house
and do a couple responsible things to where you wouldn't
have money coming out of your pockets walking down the street.

Speaker 1 (14:06):
What's the guy, Scrooge McDuck. Yeah, he's so cool, all right,
that's what it's all. That's a good story. Was telling
me something good.

Speaker 2 (14:18):
Tuesday Reviews day, we're gonna review new shows and movies.
We watched no spoilers, no spoilers, no spoilers, no spoilers.

Speaker 1 (14:26):
I'll go first. I watched Monkey Man. You guys see
Monkey Man?

Speaker 3 (14:30):
No, never of it.

Speaker 1 (14:32):
Same dev Betel's in it. And he's a guy and
he's out trying to do some month solved business.

Speaker 6 (14:41):
What are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (14:43):
Like his mom is murdered, he's out to adventure death. Okay,
And so it's action, action, action packed. I don't think
of the guy's an action star. But I do now
he's ripped Mike. Movie Mike, did you watch Monkey Man?

Speaker 7 (14:54):

Speaker 1 (14:55):
Yeah, great movie. It's kind of like John Wake with
all the action.

Speaker 6 (14:57):

Speaker 1 (14:58):
I give a four point five out of five Monkey Man.

Speaker 3 (15:00):

Speaker 2 (15:00):
Even my wife liked it. It's violent at times, but
there's a lot of fight scenes. He's the kid from
slum Dog Millionaire and they're in India for this movie.

Speaker 1 (15:10):
It's awesome.

Speaker 6 (15:11):
He's a good actor.

Speaker 2 (15:12):
I like that guy Abs for days. Really Monkey Man
of four point five out of five Monkey masks.

Speaker 1 (15:18):
I loved it. Great action movie. Okay.

Speaker 2 (15:20):
Next up, I watched the new Godzilla Kong twenty twenty four.

Speaker 1 (15:25):
It's garbage.

Speaker 6 (15:26):
That's not the Netflix one. That's not the one Mike
was talking about.

Speaker 1 (15:30):
That is the one that's in a different language. This
is American. Okay movie Mike, I give it two yawns.
Did you watch this one? Yeah, I'm probably like a three.
I saw it in theater, so it's a little bit
more enjoyable to see it like on a big screen.
Big dumb action, but there's really not much to it,
just two big dumb action. The stories don't even come together.

Speaker 2 (15:49):
You were like watching my wife goes when do the
stories come together from Godzilla and King Kong.

Speaker 1 (15:53):
She loves Godzilla. She's in her dinosaur era.

Speaker 8 (15:56):
Oh she is.

Speaker 6 (15:57):
Yeah, that's cool.

Speaker 2 (15:58):
Check's dinosaurs now and Godzilla is kind of a dinosaur.
So we watched it and she really liked the Godzilla
Netflix show more than I did.

Speaker 1 (16:05):
I thought it was pretty nice.

Speaker 6 (16:06):
One yeah, yeah, that was good.

Speaker 2 (16:08):
I give Godzilla and Kong two yawns. Okay, And then
my final one is I watched the documentary on the
bank robbery, how to Rob a Bank, But there are
two movies called how to Rob a Bank. Really, don't
watch the movie How to Rob a Bank terrible reviews.
Watch the documentary that came out twenty twenty four, How
to Rob a Bank, about this guy in Seattle and

the nineties who was Robin Banks.

Speaker 6 (16:32):
They called him Hollywood.

Speaker 1 (16:33):
They called them Hollywood. Yeah, and I give it three
and a half out of five space needles. Whoa three
and a half?

Speaker 2 (16:38):

Speaker 6 (16:39):
What do you mean?

Speaker 1 (16:40):
It's fine?

Speaker 3 (16:40):
It's pretty loved it.

Speaker 1 (16:42):
It was fine. It's pretty good.

Speaker 6 (16:43):
You're not interested in robbing banks?

Speaker 1 (16:44):
Yes, I am very much interested. You never thought about
Robin and bank? Yeah, many times? I just didn't think that.
I thought it was pretty good. I didn't history was
cool in that I was interested in it. But it's like, okay,
oh wow, I thought it was really really good. I
thought it was good three point five out of five.

Speaker 3 (17:01):
Okay, this review because they were selling me like I
need me too, And that.

Speaker 2 (17:06):
Might be why I read it it so low, though,
because they actually like, it's freaking Titanic too, and I'm
over here watching it.

Speaker 6 (17:11):
And well there's nothing about a boat sinking in it.

Speaker 1 (17:13):
The same thing though, I was like, oh you never,
and it was It's fine, it's fine. I don't.

Speaker 2 (17:18):
I can't review this other show that I've been watching
because I'm not done with it. We have one episode
left of the Crazy Beautiful Wife, Perfect Wife.

Speaker 6 (17:26):
Perfect Wife. That's fine. We have Oh it is okay,
that's mine.

Speaker 1 (17:29):
Let me step aside.

Speaker 2 (17:29):
Then we're one episode away from reviewing Perfect Wife. So
there's only three episodes in the whole thing, right, yeah, okay, do.

Speaker 1 (17:37):
Not spoil it.

Speaker 2 (17:38):
I'm not saying this is a show documentary, documentary, but
it's three episodes that are about fifty five minutes each,
and so far through two episodes, it's awesome.

Speaker 3 (17:47):
Do you watch it?

Speaker 1 (17:48):
It's on Hulu. Yeah, Hulu, But I can't review it
officially because I haven't seen it all. A Tuesday reviews day.

Speaker 6 (17:52):
I have seen it all. It's called The Perfect Wife,
the documentary on Sherry Peppini.

Speaker 1 (17:58):
Which I didn't remember, dude, my wife did.

Speaker 6 (18:00):
Though I saw the preview. I started watching it for
about thirty minutes. I'm like, oh my gosh, we've talked
about this on the show.

Speaker 2 (18:07):
So I'm going to read to you what it is
so everybody knows. This is what I'm reading it from
the show. By the way, ninety percent positive on Rotten Tomatoes.
Keith and Sherry Peppini seemingly idyllic family life is shattered
when Sherry vanishes from their northern California neighborhood, triggering a
frenzied search. It becomes news around the world. She's pretty,
she's blonde, just goes missing. They find her phone. She

went for a run, and then she's got missing and
she's gone. But they find her phone and her and
her headphones and hair yep from her head on in
her headphones.

Speaker 1 (18:40):
Eddie review it.

Speaker 6 (18:42):
I mean, I'm going to go four. I'm gonna go
four and a half out of five headphones okay, earbuds.

Speaker 1 (18:51):
Okay, I don't think had airbuds in them, do they?

Speaker 6 (18:53):
No, they're like earbuds.

Speaker 2 (18:54):
I think like headphone like to yeah, yeah, like with
the cable pots yeah whatever, yeah, with.

Speaker 1 (18:58):
Hair in it.

Speaker 8 (19:00):

Speaker 6 (19:01):
But in munch mods.

Speaker 1 (19:02):
Do you remember this?

Speaker 3 (19:03):

Speaker 1 (19:04):
Wow, it's really good.

Speaker 6 (19:05):
We talked about it on the show. I don't know
how long ago.

Speaker 1 (19:07):
I want to leave right now and go watch the
final episode.

Speaker 6 (19:09):
Yeah you should, you should. Let's let's end it.

Speaker 4 (19:11):
Maybe I'll watch it and maybe I'll remember the story.
But just saying her name doesn't. It's not like Jennifer
Willbanks where I remember I run Away Bride.

Speaker 1 (19:19):
Anybody else watch this one? Specifically? Anybody watched the Bank
Robbery one except for these two stooges. Awesome stooges, making
sure two stooges.

Speaker 6 (19:29):
No, it's two of us.

Speaker 1 (19:31):
Anything else? Tuesday, Withesday.

Speaker 6 (19:32):
That's it for me, Amy.

Speaker 3 (19:34):
I have three things that I watched. All three are
on Netflix. The first one is Nicole Kidman's new movie
with Zac Efron called A Family Affair.

Speaker 1 (19:41):
Oh, that one's weird because they like bump ug lace.
But they're way bit different ages, right, I don't know. Oh,
good point.

Speaker 2 (19:46):
You can't answer questions all. I've not seen it, but
I've seen like people talking about it.

Speaker 3 (19:49):
Yeah, it's good.

Speaker 1 (19:50):
That's what you give it? Give it?

Speaker 3 (19:54):
I mean I love these Netflix cheesy love movies.

Speaker 1 (19:57):
Cheesy with those two major actors.

Speaker 3 (19:59):
A little zach Efron's park can get a little cheesy,
and then it would go to a Nicole Kidman scene
and you'd feel like, oh, this is Oscar worthy, and
then you'd go back to zack Off acting kind of,
but his character was goofy.

Speaker 1 (20:10):
You give it.

Speaker 3 (20:11):
I give it four out of five what movie stars?

Speaker 2 (20:15):
What you know?

Speaker 1 (20:17):
Like screens?

Speaker 3 (20:19):
Zach Efron is a movie star?

Speaker 6 (20:21):

Speaker 1 (20:22):
Four out of five subscription services?

Speaker 3 (20:24):
Okay, I'll do this. Four out of five assistants.

Speaker 1 (20:26):
Okay, go ahead. Let's just giving you a hard time.

Speaker 3 (20:28):
I started the docu series America's Sweethearts, which is about
the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders from the tryouts.

Speaker 1 (20:33):
Are you done with You're not done? You can't review it.

Speaker 3 (20:35):
I'm not done.

Speaker 1 (20:36):
I can't review it.

Speaker 3 (20:37):
It's interesting.

Speaker 2 (20:38):
I'm going to get in on those audi Yeah, it's
interesting because I don't feel fair reviewing this other show
because I haven't not done yet.

Speaker 1 (20:47):
Well, I'll say I don't think you should.

Speaker 3 (20:49):
Say atletic, then you would effor okay.

Speaker 1 (20:55):
Fair, I'm protecting you because you told me to make
sure you don't say anything more than just.

Speaker 3 (20:59):
I think that after watching at least what I've seen,
like you have a greater appreciation for these types of athletes,
the dancers that are out there. And then I started, okay, no, no,
you're done.

Speaker 1 (21:11):
Tuesday reviews day. You have to be things are down
with because I'm also a fault. I'm also a fault.
I shouldn't have said what I've watched partial.

Speaker 3 (21:18):
That's all me, but worst roommate ever. Each episode is
a different case or story totally. They're not related, you.

Speaker 1 (21:25):
Know, like episode and when I finished out the one
I messed up. This is on me.

Speaker 2 (21:28):
I should not have talked about perfect Wife okay not
being done because it opened the door Pandora Box and
everything Amy's watched a preview of I.

Speaker 3 (21:34):
Did watch my bff tried to kill me that season
two episode one.

Speaker 1 (21:38):
Okay, Lunchbox is scary. I listened to a podcast twin Flames.

Speaker 4 (21:42):
It's about these people that start a cult, and it's
about dating and you got to buy into it. These people,
there are so many stupid people in this world.

Speaker 2 (21:53):
It's our first day doing Tuesday reviews day. Are we
doing podcasts?

Speaker 6 (21:56):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (21:57):
I felt like it was TV shows, but I think
there's also a documentary talking review.

Speaker 3 (22:01):
I watched that. It's on Netflix. It's Escaping Twin Flames. No,
this is from a while back and I did review it.
And I don't know if I said too much.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
No, these twin flames, these people to get in this thing, Okay,
I would say, we can't do podcasts because then we're
gonna review.

Speaker 1 (22:16):
We're gonna be reviewing all kinds of crap books. Yeah.
I like talking about this TikTok series. I will first time,
the first time. We've got two zero. Yeah, we did it,
but let me talk about it.

Speaker 4 (22:26):
I like it.

Speaker 1 (22:26):
Well, give you ten seconds, thank you.

Speaker 4 (22:28):
How stupid are people?

Speaker 3 (22:30):
They're vulnerable?

Speaker 4 (22:31):
No, I don't know how, and they do stuff and
you are just like how like I'm talking prison time
to something left time.

Speaker 1 (22:40):
So we're learning the rules as we go.

Speaker 2 (22:42):
I will not review unfinished shows. Amy will not follow
my lead and review three unfinished shows, and Lunchbox will
not review podcasts.

Speaker 1 (22:48):
I'll be honest. I never listened to podcasts, but we
were in then ever ever a single podcast you listen to?

Speaker 6 (22:55):

Speaker 1 (22:56):
Do you have a podcast? You know that one time
I did, Oh hey you have a podcast?

Speaker 6 (23:00):
Yeah, yeah, you didn't listen to it though, that's like I'm.

Speaker 1 (23:05):
An actor, I'm on a soap opera. Oh yeah, I
don't watch TV. I've never seen TV before.

Speaker 2 (23:09):
Those existing not watching yourself, but you don't watch anything.

Speaker 1 (23:15):
He doesn't listen to podcasts.

Speaker 3 (23:18):
That crazy, doesn't listen to anything.

Speaker 1 (23:21):
Go ahead, Like, we were in traffic a lot in Chicago,
and so my wife when we should listen. You have
a podcast that's good, and so we listened while we
sat in traffic. Yeah they're awesome, right, it was great.
It made me just I wanted to. You know, we
have a bib Bun show podcast.

Speaker 4 (23:37):
Yeah, but I wanted to. I want to find these
women that were on this and like interview, I talked
to them and be like, what is wrong? And I
want to see if they look normal.

Speaker 1 (23:45):
I don't know thing about it. So, okay, Morgan, you
want throw one at real quick?

Speaker 4 (23:48):
Yeah I do.

Speaker 1 (23:49):
I have Arthur the King.

Speaker 3 (23:50):
It's based on a true story.

Speaker 9 (23:51):
It's about this adventure racing team that comes across the
stray dog and the wilderness.

Speaker 1 (23:56):
Oh it's so good, and the dog like follows them.

Speaker 7 (23:59):

Speaker 9 (23:59):
I don't want to give to much to pave you.
The story is true and the guy wrote a book
about it. But yes, and and the whole adventure with
the dog of what happens, and it's just won the
adventure racing wild what they do?

Speaker 1 (24:10):
Review it?

Speaker 3 (24:11):
I give it five out of five meatballs.

Speaker 1 (24:14):
Every I watched a play, well.

Speaker 6 (24:19):
You should review it was really good.

Speaker 1 (24:22):
I was in it, but I didn't have a line. Okay,
so no like restaurant I got from Amazon. Okay, everybody
has to be a TV show. It has to be
a TV show, and you have to have finished it.

Speaker 2 (24:37):
Yes, but don't say I messed that up. I'm putting
out on me. You have to have finished it.

Speaker 1 (24:42):
And that's it. We learned a lot during this.

Speaker 6 (24:45):
Looks like me and Morgan are they ones? Know how
to follow direction?

Speaker 1 (24:48):
I got I pick I had three, Now I had
a complete one.

Speaker 6 (24:51):
Okay, Yeah, I think.

Speaker 1 (24:53):
That's shut up. Okay, Tuesday reviews, they'll be better next week.

Speaker 6 (24:58):
Yeah, we know the rules.

Speaker 1 (24:59):
Next TI admit to me what you want to reviews.

Speaker 3 (25:01):
That I be honest, it's going to take a couple weeks.

Speaker 1 (25:05):
Let's be honest. It will never get this right.

Speaker 2 (25:08):
I've been waiting for this segment. If you want to
keep feeling young as you get older, Amy has a
list of things.

Speaker 1 (25:13):
Go ahead.

Speaker 3 (25:14):
Yeah. So I came across this in a gas station
bathroom and I took a picture of it, and I'm
going to share these habits like it was posted there.
I guess someone in a gas station bathroom they put
some encouragement.

Speaker 1 (25:24):
Up on the wall. They ride it with a sharpie.

Speaker 6 (25:26):
No, no, no, that's usually what they do.

Speaker 4 (25:27):

Speaker 3 (25:28):
No, it was like a laminated thing and it was
stuck on the wall.

Speaker 1 (25:31):
So I took a pic and I thought, keep feeling
young as you get older.

Speaker 3 (25:34):
Number one, Yeah, not sleeping enough.

Speaker 2 (25:37):
True my brain. I've never been somebody who sleeps well.
Still don't sleep well, but my brain now gets super
foggy and more tired the less sleep I get.

Speaker 1 (25:45):
It does affect me.

Speaker 2 (25:47):
Sleep is very valuable, and I think sometimes we act
like it's not because we can always sleep another day.
But yeah, it's something that I've kind of learned to sleep.
It really is important. And I would be like, well,
I don't need that much sleep. I need to get
a lot done, but I get a lot done with
more sleep. I do it more effective and quicker when
I do have good rest.

Speaker 3 (26:04):
Next, high levels of alcohol drinking that's good for us.

Speaker 1 (26:08):
Know things you have to drop, not sleeping, like no alcohol.

Speaker 3 (26:12):
Yeah, the flyer said, say goodbye to these habits.

Speaker 1 (26:16):
I think the alcohol thing.

Speaker 2 (26:17):
I don't drink, never had alcohol even a sip. But
I think that's why I have this boyishly glow. I
don't do the sun and I don't do alcohol, so
you can look young, I think. And I wore glasses
to cover my wrinkles on my eyes, big thick glasses.
So I think that's why I probably I'm shaved about
seven years off.

Speaker 1 (26:34):
Did it's how much alcohol? Like how much is too much?

Speaker 3 (26:38):
Well at the gas station we've said high levels, but
I mean I or just even alcohol in general. This
isn't from the pamphlet. It's like gosh, and now I
experience it with my age at forty three. Now I
have one drink, and I really got to think about
your bodies, because the next day I not bodies all right. Next,
smoking or not having a balanced diet, not handling stress levels.

Speaker 2 (27:04):
Some of these are so vague. It's like, what's your
relationship advice? Communicate What the crap.

Speaker 1 (27:09):
Does that mean?

Speaker 2 (27:09):
I mean, yes, in theory, but like what are but
that stress levels? Okay, said don't smoke, but some people
need to smoke for stress levels.

Speaker 6 (27:18):
I mean that's right.

Speaker 1 (27:19):
Drinking like a drink are staying.

Speaker 3 (27:22):
Awake and having a party, not hydrating well, not water, big, big,
so big.

Speaker 2 (27:28):
It's like sleep. We think there's always more water we'll get.
I don't drink enough water, and I try to drink water,
and I still don't drink enough water. But it's a
game changer. You're that's I think, are someone referred to
as free medicine. Water is free medicine. If you're sick,
drink a bunch of water. You're washing stuff out. Drink water.
It keeps you out. That's the freest healthiest here. It's
free and healthy. Other countries don't have that luxury.

Speaker 3 (27:48):
But yeah, go ahead, Uh not going for regular checkups.

Speaker 2 (27:53):
I think go doctor a lot as the kay. We
have money, so that one's unfair. I guess it's the bathroom.
You think they'd have Hey, there, but they can go
to the doctor, like, go ahead.

Speaker 3 (28:02):
And then the last one, my favorite, not having a
life outside of work.

Speaker 6 (28:07):
That's important. Hmmm, got to separate from the stress.

Speaker 1 (28:12):
Don't work, well, that's to stress. This is to my
wife and I.

Speaker 6 (28:16):
One of the.

Speaker 2 (28:18):
Conversations that we have a lot is I will find
something that I love and I will go, oh, I
love doing this. I'm just gonna make this work because
that way I'll be good at it because I want
to get better at it and I want to enjoy work.
Why do I want to go to a job that
I don't enjoy. So things that I love, I find
ways to make them work, like build and monetize them.

The sports show, the podcast twenty five whistles, but even
too much access. We travel around to all these like
that's me going, I love sports. Let me make this work.
And then it gets to everything I love. I then
have some that I got a commitment to it, and
then she's like we need to separate. I'm like, good, good,
I agree. Pickleball, but now I got an idea for
pickleball show.

Speaker 6 (28:58):
Oh no, it's work, I.

Speaker 3 (29:00):
Know, but you're already a pickleball investor, Like on a.

Speaker 1 (29:03):
But I love it so much. Yeah. True, So it's already.

Speaker 2 (29:07):
I like things that I love. I just saw too
many people in my life have a jobs that hated.
I was like, never gonna do that. I'm gonna find
things I love and make that my job. And that's
how this started. That's how any of the digital shows
that I do, TV shows, all that started because of
the love. So I disagree with that, Yah, station man,
I think you can have a balance of doing work

that you love and being fulfilled.

Speaker 3 (29:31):
Well, the flyer did wrap up with the quote that
I know you're gonna love. The best time to reverse
bad habits was yesterday. The second best time is today.

Speaker 2 (29:41):
A little little thievery there, Yeah, from the phrasing of
the old Chinese proverb of the best time to plant
trees twenty years ago. If you tell me that, though,
I'm like, well I missed it and that but and
seriously like, no joke, but no jokes about that, Like
that's why you're a loser.

Speaker 1 (29:58):
What on earth? Okay? Man?

Speaker 6 (30:05):
There got me?

Speaker 2 (30:07):
Okaddy, I to set you up for that one, all right,
So we'll put this lift up on Facebook or something.

Speaker 5 (30:12):
Sure, And he's like, yeah, yeah, I was that was it?
That's why you're losing. You're not a loser here, You're
not a loser. Everybody's a winner. That's why you all
participate participation. This is Cindy J from Sue Fall, South Dakota.

Speaker 1 (30:26):
I'm calling and regarding your Monday's topic.

Speaker 3 (30:28):
You're going to talk about how long should you wait
for a car?

Speaker 8 (30:33):
This is me, this is me.

Speaker 3 (30:35):
I would go thirty to forty five seconds. But anyway,
I love love your show.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
Thank you, Cindy J. What that was about was lunchbox
waiter for a parking spot. He waited in the road,
but he sat there forever toward the cars behind him
or honking, and he was like, well, they're not moving,
I'm not moving. It was a stalemate. So we just
talked about how long do you sit there if you're
holding traffic up? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (30:56):
I sat there for two minutes, Like I didn't think.

Speaker 2 (30:58):
That's a long time into the road, way too long
the road, that's a long time.

Speaker 1 (31:02):
Yeah, But I didn't want to part down the block for.

Speaker 2 (31:04):
You're holding on But how do I understand I'm not
even hating you for it, but you are holding up
traffic for two minutes?

Speaker 4 (31:10):
Yeah, My belief is I didn't know those cars behind me.
We're gonna sit there and take the spot, So why
would I not sit there and take the spot? Okay,
all right, let's go to Let's go to it, Chris, I.

Speaker 3 (31:21):
Just wanted to call it.

Speaker 1 (31:22):
Sam, a longtime listener of the show.

Speaker 7 (31:24):
I absolutely love what you guys have done with the podcast,
breaking it up into two different segments.

Speaker 1 (31:30):
But please, for the love of God.

Speaker 7 (31:32):
Stop saying this is the end of the first top
of the broadcast, or whatever you.

Speaker 1 (31:37):
Say to give my two cents. Thank you, Chris, I
appreciate that. Note.

Speaker 2 (31:41):
We got more people saying we needed to say when
the podcast ended in the first one than people saying.

Speaker 1 (31:45):
Stop doing that.

Speaker 6 (31:46):
What's so bad about saying that?

Speaker 2 (31:48):
Well, no, I just sang it one time because I
was like a pot so people would know because so
many people were lighting me up. That's too much, man,
I wouldn't know. You haven't heard it, so you shut
your whole all right, Thank you, Chris. I do appreciate that, though,
thank you for calling.

Speaker 1 (32:02):
A pile of stories.

Speaker 3 (32:04):
In the new survey of American adults, sixty nine percent
say seeing their partner cleaning is a big turn on nice. Yeah,
like cleaning the house.

Speaker 1 (32:12):
Yeah yeah.

Speaker 3 (32:15):
Millennials are more likely to say they'd rather receive the
gift of a clean house than something expensive like jewelry
or electronics.

Speaker 2 (32:23):
That's stupid, but it does make a big difference. Like
anytime I clean the kitchen the other day randomly that
the dishes. My wife hates you in the dishes. She
does them because I don't like doing them, but who
does right now? You're doing them because you have to,
but she does.

Speaker 1 (32:36):
That's kind of her thing. I take the trash out.
We have our things.

Speaker 2 (32:40):
But she was in the we're watching a movie, and
I went just loaded all the dishes and dish washer.
Didn't think much of it. I mean I did think.

Speaker 1 (32:46):
I was like, she better love this, and then she
was like, thank you, that's awesome. Oh oh yeah. It
was like I just planted a whole forest of trees.

Speaker 3 (32:56):
You need to get the mop out in the Vacuas
I do it too.

Speaker 1 (32:58):
Much, I won't be appreciated as much.

Speaker 3 (32:59):

Speaker 1 (32:59):
I got to really like deliver it only occasionally, but
with a bang.

Speaker 3 (33:05):
Well, according to this, too much.

Speaker 1 (33:07):
It does account anymore. You just expected to do it well.

Speaker 3 (33:09):
According to this, though, it's not about appreciation. You're just
gonna look.

Speaker 1 (33:11):
Trus it's about appreciation. Yeah, and I never looked hotterer. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (33:15):
A couple's non invite to their intimate, private wedding is
going viral.

Speaker 1 (33:20):
Non invite.

Speaker 3 (33:21):
Yeah, it's a wedding invitation where basically you're being told
you're not invited, but it includes you know, where they're registered.
Because they are telling people, hey, we're getting married. I
don't hate it, but we're having a private ceremony, very small,
but we would love for you to be there in spirit.

Speaker 2 (33:38):
So this is why I don't hate it, because on
the surface it sounds stupid as crap, and you're like,
why are you sending people invites to say don't come. Yeah,
if you were having let's say a very small destination
wedding and only six people were invited family, how many
was it your destination wedding Eddie, Yeah, maybe ten, Matt, Okay,
So there's a lot of close friends that you have
to tell we're having a destination wedding, you're not coming.
We're not inviting a bunch of people. Sure, this is
the same way you're telling them. But also when you

get married, people want to know where they can buy
you something because they want to buy a lot of
people want to get your wedding gift. We almost didn't
put a registry up because I was like, you know what,
I don't need anything, she doesn't need anything.

Speaker 1 (34:12):
We're doing pretty good.

Speaker 2 (34:14):
But a good friend of mine said, no, you should
put a registry up because people are going to then
struggle to go, what do I even get them for
their wedding. By doing that, they can get you a
mug or something, and then they feel like they've done
their job. So I feel like this is on the
surface it feels weird, but it's actually pretty practical. But
if you don't make the list and get the non
invite invite, you're like, crap, I didn't make it. Oh
so if you didn't make the non invite list, Oh,

everybody made the non invite list, you.

Speaker 1 (34:37):
Send that a million of them out.

Speaker 3 (34:39):
Yes, you don't see it as a gift grab. You've
seen it. You see it as just, hey, we wanted
you to know, like, we don't want you to just
find out or randomly married.

Speaker 2 (34:46):
I would have seen it as a gift grab had
I not had that great piece of advice from someone
going there are people in your life that are going
to want to get you a wedding gift, and it's
gonna be harder for them if you don't give them
a place.

Speaker 1 (34:55):
To go get it. So we did that.

Speaker 3 (34:58):
Then New York posts on this whole article about how
these intimate weddings and smaller, more private ceremonies are going
to become a big trend as people try to rain
and spending. So on one hand, I've read that people
are spending more than ever on weddings, but then other
people are like, whoa, we're dialing it back and we're
not going to Yeah.

Speaker 1 (35:15):
Why because different people make different decisions. That's why trends.

Speaker 3 (35:19):
Yeah, go ahead, So alvocado hand you heard of that?

Speaker 7 (35:23):

Speaker 1 (35:23):
Okay, well, surgeons, you cut your hand.

Speaker 3 (35:25):
You're talking about it like it's a thing, especially in
the summer, and July is a big month for avocado hand,
so beware if you're making guacamole and make sure you
cut the knife.

Speaker 2 (35:35):
It feels like a thumb std Just you say, doc,
I meant for avocado hand. I need some bowel tracks.
It's like, that's what it feels like.

Speaker 3 (35:43):
It is more common with women between ages twenty three
and thirty nine to have the avocado hand. So you've
got to cut away because and it's more common on
the left hand because most people are right handed and
they cut into the avocado and then boom. But the
problem with your hand, it can be really serious. And
these hand surgeons are talking about it because if you
hit the wrong tendon.

Speaker 1 (36:02):
In a lot of trouble.

Speaker 3 (36:03):
So watch out.

Speaker 1 (36:04):
Yeah, if you hit the old what's the big one?

Speaker 2 (36:08):
Yeah, I think that's a vain nerver. So that coroordered interesting.
You're cutting one of those avocados. You don't know where
that knife is gonna go. All right, Amy, good job,
that's my problem.

Speaker 1 (36:22):
That was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the
good news, Bobby.

Speaker 2 (36:31):
Nurses are angels among us, like to even do that job.
It's like nurses and teachers and first responders like, I
don't have that in me. A big shout out to nurses.
And here's one specifically. So the nurse's name was Desiree,
and there was a patient. The patient was not doing good.
They knew the patient wasn't gonna make it, but the
patient had a dog named Bear Bear and patient passed away.

Speaker 1 (36:51):
But Desiree.

Speaker 2 (36:53):
Also, I wondered what happened with the dog, because they
bring the dog up, it sees the dog occasionally.

Speaker 1 (36:59):
She was like, man, what happened?

Speaker 2 (37:00):
She couldn't find the dog, knew nobody had taken the dog,
so she searched for it for eleven days. Finally, it's
because the dog was just run out of the house
because he wasn't he didn't go home, so dog's out. Finally,
the SPCA of Texas rescued him from animal holding and
then she adopted him. She adopted bear Bear because she
knew Bear Bear's owner and he died and the dog

didn't have a home.

Speaker 1 (37:23):
That's fool hens, man, I know.

Speaker 2 (37:28):
So a big shout out to Desiree, the nurse and
bear Bear. I wonder if my dog would even care,
if I would even know if I die? Yeah, they do,
or he just be wait, like if you got fed?
He probably doesn't. Even dogs don't have concept of time.
I hear, that's what they say. Yeah, but you know
the Sublime singer when he died, his dog died like
a month later or like a couple of weeks.

Speaker 1 (37:47):
That doesn't absolutely mean that one affects. He was lonely heart.
Yeah maybe, man, thank you, that's what it's all about.
Was telling me something good. There's a voice we got
last night.

Speaker 4 (38:01):
I just wanted to call and say that.

Speaker 3 (38:03):
I started hearing yesterday that Lunchbox was doing a Crown
Royal commercial. I love it.

Speaker 6 (38:10):
I love to hear your voice, Lunchbox, love to hear
that you're.

Speaker 4 (38:13):
Doing a commercial. I was just like, wait, sometimes I
go back and Rewant and like, keep listening to Lunchbox.
Do his commercial is so cute.

Speaker 1 (38:23):
I love it, lunch Tar, wait, go dude, so happy
for you. I'm confused.

Speaker 2 (38:30):
At first, I was like, oh cool, this person's like
pump for Lunchbox. But then it feels like she's talking
to a preschooler. Right.

Speaker 1 (38:34):
She called it cute, Yeah, like you painted a stick man.

Speaker 3 (38:37):
Good job, Like she's been drinking a little Crown.

Speaker 4 (38:39):
No, no, I think she's been on the Crown Royal
and she's like, oh my gosh, that's Lunchbox talking about
what I drink.

Speaker 1 (38:43):
And so she was excited.

Speaker 6 (38:44):
I don't think.

Speaker 1 (38:45):
I don't think.

Speaker 2 (38:45):
So I felt like somebody going like, good job, little buddy,
like you did it.

Speaker 4 (38:50):
You carcial though, Yeah, I don't know why she was laughing,
though I'm confused by that like you. As it went on,
like you said, I was like, wait, is she making
fun of me or in charge?

Speaker 1 (38:58):
I thought she was a fan.

Speaker 6 (38:59):
Do you read it like in any way or something?

Speaker 1 (39:01):
I think I just nail it, like Baby's first commercial. No,
I've never said that, nothing like that. She never heard
me do a commercial before.

Speaker 7 (39:08):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (39:09):
I mean, you don't do a lot, but that's a
big one.

Speaker 3 (39:11):

Speaker 1 (39:12):
Good for you, buddy. Now I'm doing it too. Good
for you, buddy. All right, let's go over and get
in the morning Corny, the Mourning Corny.

Speaker 3 (39:22):
What do you call a paper airplane that can't fly stationary?

Speaker 2 (39:26):

Speaker 1 (39:26):
Pretty good? Funny? That was the morning Corny.

Speaker 2 (39:35):
Phrases you should stop using because they're way too passive aggressive,
even if you're not meaning them in a passive aggressive way.
Something that I've tried to stop saying because I don't
mean it this way. But I'll be like, does that
make sense? And I've learned that some people take that
as you're insulting their intelligence, like it may not make
Like if I say that to Eddie, he could be like, well,
you don't think I understand when I'm really saying, am

I explaining it properly?

Speaker 3 (39:59):
That's how you say it?

Speaker 2 (40:00):
That is how I now say it. Unless I know
the person really well. That is one where i'd be like,
does that make sense? Some people will take that as
are you understanding you idiot? So I have, for the
most part eliminated that. I'm pretty proud of myself. I've
never taken it that way though. When you say that
to me, I'm always just.

Speaker 1 (40:17):
Like, I don't know. So that's one that I work on.
It's not on this list.

Speaker 2 (40:24):
Here are some others, as number one, good for you,
good for you, because it's kind of like.

Speaker 1 (40:32):
Like it's not me, I don't care. Good for you,
like you did it, you little kid.

Speaker 6 (40:36):
It's important for you.

Speaker 1 (40:37):
Hey, that's the how about that you did it? Good
for you? So that's one.

Speaker 2 (40:40):
Okay, good for you, even though I think I would
say that as hey man, good for you. That's awesome, right.
But even that, even when I hear myself say it,
that does sound like I'm being.

Speaker 1 (40:49):
Like better than somebody. I don't mean it that way.

Speaker 3 (40:52):
Yeah, Like you don't care what they're saying, like they're
sharing some of you, and you're like oh, good for you.

Speaker 1 (40:56):
It's like some adult called me Champ last week.

Speaker 2 (40:58):
I want to a no champing budext Hey, all right, Champ,
What the you say that to a kid?

Speaker 1 (41:06):

Speaker 2 (41:06):
This that's what I felt like now, even saying Buddy,
I don't mind buddy if it's said the right way.

Speaker 6 (41:11):
Not buddy, Bud.

Speaker 2 (41:13):
I don't even mind Bud with the right tone. It's
all tone, buddy. It's all I'll say to listeners, Hey,
buddy that I'm fine with buddy.

Speaker 1 (41:22):
But hey, but buddy, or like, hey, pick that up, buddy.
That's weird when you're treated like a kid or less
than a tone I don't like.

Speaker 6 (41:32):
It is never a good one.

Speaker 1 (41:34):
Pal sucks as a dude calls you Powell and it's
not your pal. Not good. But Buddy can be okay
if said right, Champ is never okay.

Speaker 3 (41:44):
Form I'll punch you.

Speaker 2 (41:47):
Won't punch you, but I'll think about it because I'm
just his buddy, just a little whimpy.

Speaker 1 (41:52):
Good for you. I'm sorry you feel that way. I say.

Speaker 2 (41:56):
People use that as a non apology, like I'm not
sorry for what I did, but I'm trying to sound
like i'm sorry.

Speaker 1 (42:04):
I have implemented this in a way of I'm.

Speaker 2 (42:06):
Sorry that I've made you feel this way, but even
that sucks now that I say that, I'm learning here
there are things I shouldn't say, because if somebody said
it to me, I would be the one that spirals
out and goes, oh, what do they mean by that?

Speaker 1 (42:18):
So I think you would just say I'm sorry, yeah,
cut the rest off. I'm sorry I got the tail off.

Speaker 3 (42:24):
But if you know specifically that you did cause something
to make them feel that way, I think it's okay
for you to own.

Speaker 2 (42:29):
That as long as you own it with this. Yeah,
I feel like I messed up, yes, and I'm sorry
I made you feel that way. Yes, But if you
just say it straight up, it does feel like a
non apology.

Speaker 1 (42:38):
Right, But maybe you don't feel like you did anything wrong.
That's the point of the whole thing. That's why we're saying,
don't say it. Number three it's fine.

Speaker 3 (42:47):
It's fine.

Speaker 6 (42:47):
Well, I like that one.

Speaker 3 (42:48):
It's fine.

Speaker 1 (42:49):
I use it's fine a lot. That means it's it's okay,
status quo.

Speaker 2 (42:51):
It's even one that my wife doesn't like, and I
mean it differently than she accepts it as sure, Hey,
do you want to order some food?

Speaker 1 (42:59):
Sure? Want to watch this?

Speaker 2 (43:00):
Sure that means yeah, that means seven out of ten. Yeah,
I mean, I'm not gonna sprint through a wall and
give you the kool aid man to get to it.

Speaker 1 (43:07):
But yeah, sure, why not? Where with her? It's like, sure,
sure means I will, but I don't really want to.

Speaker 3 (43:14):
Like a few weeks ago, we talked about the word
on text. People hate to receive the single word, and
it's sure, but I say time text people don't know
how to read it. That's why it's a single word.

Speaker 1 (43:25):
Exist. I'm like every one of these whatever.

Speaker 3 (43:30):
Whatever you need tone with that, because whatever on text
is hard.

Speaker 2 (43:34):
But if like, you know, you whatever, if you say so, boy,
that's a dismissive. No, if you say so, it's not good.
If you say or I mean, if you say so, yeah,
But even then I know and you mean what you
know when you say it.

Speaker 1 (43:50):
And then finally, this is when I do not.

Speaker 2 (43:52):
No, I shouldn't say that. This is what I've probably used,
but I know I shouldn't use it. You're just too sensitive.

Speaker 3 (43:58):
Yeah, No, that's not good.

Speaker 2 (44:02):
I just really can't think of a reason to use
that in a productive way. I can think of a
way to use it. If you mean it and you're
like trying to cut you in a you know, paper
cut battle, can you say, are you being too sensitive?

Speaker 1 (44:13):
I don't think so.

Speaker 3 (44:14):
It's disregarding feelings.

Speaker 2 (44:16):
I think what I would say, if I'm trying to
say this and I'm calculated you're being dramatic, I would say,
I'm possibly being a little insensitive about this by your reaction, and.

Speaker 3 (44:30):
Then and then she says possibly.

Speaker 1 (44:33):
But that's how I get away with that one. That's it, man, Yeah,
because because she'd get what I was saying.

Speaker 3 (44:38):
Why do you ask? Am I being insensitive? Right now?

Speaker 1 (44:40):

Speaker 2 (44:41):
I don't want to give them the power. I mean, yes,
that's the that's the healthy thing to do. So here
are the six good for you. I'm sorry you feel
that way. It's fine whatever. If you say so and
you're just too sensitive, we'll put them up try to
eliminate those. Don't call me Powell, no chance or chanced dude.

Hey Bud, Bud, Hey bud, Bud's tough, but I can
accept it said just right.

Speaker 1 (45:06):
But I don't mind buddy if it's like, what's up, buddy?

Speaker 3 (45:09):
But what about what's that cheer up.

Speaker 2 (45:10):
No, no, no, If you call me that, I need
to have a baseball cap with a little spinner on
the top, right, that's what I need. If you're gonna
call me Champ, and I'm gonna accept that.

Speaker 8 (45:19):
And that is the end of the first half of
the podcast. That is the end of the first half
of the podcast. That is the end of the first
half of the podcast. You can go to a podcast too,
or you can wait till podcast two comes out. Thank
you all This is me letting you know because of
all the messages that this is the end of the
first half of the podcast.

Speaker 1 (45:39):
Thank you all right. This is the end of the
first half of the podcast.
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