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July 2, 2024 33 mins

Bobby shares an update on the movie role he was offered that he possibly will do! Plus, find out why Eddie is worried about the hair system he got put in and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
We got to mom, what's up everybody? Morning studio?

Speaker 2 (00:12):
Morning, Glad you guys are here. I do you want
to play this voicemail? Go ahead?

Speaker 3 (00:16):
Yeah? So I have a comment Eddie hairs systol.

Speaker 4 (00:20):
I shaved my.

Speaker 3 (00:21):
Head at one time and.

Speaker 5 (00:23):
My hair never grew back.

Speaker 3 (00:25):
I heard on the podcast.

Speaker 2 (00:27):
That Eddie had shaved his head with the two fay
on his head. Well, that's why I'm balmed now. It's
because I shaved my I was going bald. I shaved
my head with a razor and the top of it
never grew back.

Speaker 3 (00:44):
This may have actually affected Eddie's hair growing back once
he loses.

Speaker 2 (00:52):
That would stink. I've never heard of this. Well, but
you have to understand that hair is obviously not growing
on top of your head, so it could be living
at last life and then now you cut it off
and it won't go back. For those that are new,
Eddie has been balding as long as I've known him,
and he's pretty bald on top. Where's the hat most
of the time? Thin thin on top? It was then
when we first met. It's pretty bald, I mean even

more then. And so he has a hair system. Some
would call it a two pay, not a two pay,
not old school name for it a wig. I think
it looks great. However, I feel as days go by,
you're not as committed to sticking with it.

Speaker 6 (01:27):
Correct because the lady that put it on keeps telling me, like,
come back and let's reglue it because the glues coming
off on the end.

Speaker 2 (01:34):
But that's what she said before she put it on.

Speaker 6 (01:36):
I know, and I'm kind of hesitant to just go
back because I don't do I really don't know if
I want to keep this thing. Well, you're for sure
not going to keep it on the I'm saying, like
for permanent, Like I don't know if I'm want to keep.

Speaker 2 (01:49):
This permanently, which means you're not going to because I just.

Speaker 6 (01:52):
Can't get used to it and the idea that it's
not me and that I have to like it's like
putting on you know, like a fake army every day,
like a makeup or like a push up or makeup.
It's not me, you know, I want to be elle natal.
Then why do you wear a hat all the time
because you try to cover up what's l natural.

Speaker 2 (02:09):
But that's still me.

Speaker 6 (02:10):
That's just put in like a sweater covering like if
I'm cold, I put a shirt, I put a jacket on.

Speaker 2 (02:14):
That's different. What if your head's bald on top and
you can't grow hair back?

Speaker 6 (02:18):
Dude, I didn't think about it because since they put
this thing on my head, I don't looked at what's
under there.

Speaker 2 (02:22):
I don't know under the hood, if is it growing
or not. I think you should commit to the rest
of the year. I think you're crazy. I see, no,
it's not it. You're going once and much. You lose
it for ten minutes and you're done.

Speaker 7 (02:33):
You got to do it for more than a month.
If you only give it a month, that's not even like.
Let me play it out here. How often do you
go get a haircut even when you don't have a
lot of hair m.

Speaker 2 (02:42):
Month and a half. Okay, it's basically the same thing.
So it's not like you're putting a whole bunch of
extra time into something. Instead of getting a haircut, you're
going to get the.

Speaker 6 (02:51):
Thing glowed on again. And I'm still not even good
with the styles. I don't even know what I'm doing
here for two weeks. Bro, it's hard. It looks it
looks good like it.

Speaker 2 (03:00):
I think you should keep it I've heard whispers that
maybe you're gonna get promotions and paid more. Oh my gosh,
really because people just respect you more. It's starting to
itch too now. That sucks. And when I scratch it,
it's not my real head. I wonder if she takes
it off and unless you scratch it all real quick
to be able to clean your head. Right, He's just.

Speaker 5 (03:18):
As valuable if he doesn't have hair.

Speaker 6 (03:20):
That's not what Bobby is saying. He says, I'm less
valuable if I don't have hair.

Speaker 2 (03:24):
So people that don't know him, he's more of a
value because people base a lot on first impressions or
just a very physical Uh, there's a there's a presence
that people value shallow people. I would say most of
our culture looks at someone who's tall, looks at someone
with hair, looks at someone who there are a lot
of these physical that's not I'm not breaking news here.

It's a bunch of crap, is what that is. I agree, Yeah,
you could be should have every job he wants, but.

Speaker 5 (03:51):
Be a part of a movement to change culture.

Speaker 2 (03:54):
Yeah, man, so you know, lose it.

Speaker 6 (03:56):
I think So it's just not I don't think it's me.

Speaker 2 (04:00):
Well, then peel it off man right now, I don't
do it. Now it looks good, doesn't do it. I
didn't want to see it. Thank you for the voicemail.
That's where we are in our life right now.

Speaker 4 (04:10):
You fan the gay mail and read it on the
air to get something we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (04:16):
Yeah, hello Bobby Bones. When it comes to my children's
fashion choices, I let them sort it out for themselves.
Last year, my twelve year old son started wearing comically
oversized baggy clothes. I held my tongue. Then a few
months ago he started dressing more formally, like he was
going to a job or a job interview, And this
week he's adopted in all black wardrobe. On one hand,

I do want him to figure out on his own
who he wants to become and how he wants to dress.
But on the other I feel like he needs some guidance.
It needs to be told that it's okay just to
be the person you want to be, even if that's
different than the other kids. Should I continue minding my
own business or try to talk to him about his
rapidly shifting fashion choices, Signed meddling Mom. Now I understand
this from the kid's point of view, because I don't
have kids yet, but I think I went through a

bit of this. I was from rural Arkansas, where everybody
was country, but also was like want to be grunge,
which worked for me because I was poor so I
could wore the grungy stuff. It was just a natural
I think I needed to kind of run through all
the options before I naturally figured it out. I didn't
have a lot of guidance, so I had to figure
it out, meaning I was gonna find it anyway, so

I just needed for it to run its course. I
would suggest the same here, as long as you're not
having to buy him all these clothes, as long as
the clothe the clothes aren't getting him in trouble at school.
I would really let someone who's twelve in a very
healthy way figure out who they are, just generally because
that's gonna happen over the next three, four or five
six years, but especially with clothes if they're not getting

in trouble and it's not a distraction. But yeah, it's
gotta be weird to see your goth kid walk out
one day and he's in a tuxedo hit home.

Speaker 5 (05:49):
Yeah, I know I'm in agreement with that for sure.
Anytime I've created some resistance, I mean, I have a daughter,
so it's a little different and sometimes I'm like, all
those shorts are all the top, and then I look
and I know the fashion is a little bit different,
and she handles it well. But as long as she
looks respectful.

Speaker 2 (06:07):
Different for girls to make good point, Yeah, this is
easier because it's a boy, because guys aren't wearing like
tiny shorts and mid drips and like you have to
deal with that element.

Speaker 5 (06:14):
Yes, no, it can be in the tight dresses and
some girls are wearing this and they have had that,
and we came up with the good system. I felt
like the more we pushed back on some things because
her dad was very but he kind of handed the
torch to me ands like, hey, if mom approves of it,
then I'm good. So I think you just kind of
got to let them experiment a little bit and as
long as it's respectful for you and what you want

for your family, then you're good.

Speaker 2 (06:37):
And they're not getting in trouble and it's not distracting
and it's not costing a bunch of money. Like those
are all factors but if they can have in their
own little universe, their clothes that they're that they have
in their closet, that they're they've paid for whatever, then
let them be themselves because they're gonna have like twenty
versions of this in the next year. Yeah, and then
once they figure who they are, they'll change it again
a couple of years later. We know I don't even

know who I am. Now, Yeah, thank you for the email, though,
we appreciate that. All right, close it up.

Speaker 4 (07:03):
We got your email and we read it on your
Now let's find the close Bobby fail that.

Speaker 2 (07:09):
Yeah, Lunchbox, what's the update you want?

Speaker 7 (07:13):
I want to know about the movie role, because Bobby teases, oh, someone.

Speaker 2 (07:16):
Got offered a movie rolls.

Speaker 7 (07:17):
Someone else in this room got offered a movie role,
and I'm thinking, oh my gosh, this is my big break.
Then it turns out Bobby is the one that offer
was offered the movie roll. But Bobby's like, I don't
think I'm gonna take it. I don't think I'm gonna
take it. So I'm thinking, oh, this could be the
push that I need. This may be Bobby saying, hey,
I'm gonna let them take Lunchbox on that movie roll.

Speaker 2 (07:36):
Do you think if I said no, they would go
to you. Yeah. I don't even know they would go
to anybody in the room. I don't think it's a
thing where they want to pick somebody from the show.
I don't know that they don't. I have an so
our old producer who now is my manager, Morgan number one.
It's on the phone. I've been consulting with her about
this movie role. Morgan. Good morning, Good morning, my consulting.
We should talk about it. It's like nothing, Morgan, what

do you think? We're not gonna say much about it.
I haven't committed to it. What do you think about
this movie role? Without saying what it is? Do you
think I should do it or shouldn't do it.

Speaker 3 (08:08):
I'm a little biased, but I think you should do it.
I think you should. It's I think it's going to
be fun. It's different they wrote. I don't know how
much I can say, but they sort of wrote this
character around you, you know, so I don't think it
hurts anything to do it. I think it's a fun
project to be a part of.

Speaker 2 (08:28):
To be fair, they had written a character and I
was like, I don't like that, and I don't think
I'm gonna do it if it's case. I felt uncomfortable
part of it, like I'm not for a full frontal nudity,
I'll be honest, But no, they were super cool and
they were like cool, so they kind of adjusted the
character a bit. And that's where we are. I have
not accepted or declined. When do they want an answer
from me?

Speaker 3 (08:46):
We're still working through details like if the timing would
work out when they're looking to shoot, where they're looking
to shoot, So we're still in conversations. I think in
the next couple of weeks. Well, obviously want to give
them our firm answer which direction we're going to go.

Speaker 2 (09:03):
Do you think there's a chance that if I am
not able to do it, are they automatically going to
want someone like Lunchbox or Amy or Eddie who all
want the job, or will they probably just go and
hire a professional actor.

Speaker 3 (09:16):
I don't know that Lunchbox is going to be the
sit for the role. Unfortunately. I think that they would
probably have go hire an actor. Amy might be good.

Speaker 7 (09:25):
But Amy d but I'm not good movie.

Speaker 2 (09:30):
You're interrupting, Morgan, I'm sorry, go ahead, Goodness.

Speaker 3 (09:32):
I think that the role they've written is definitely more
like it's male leaning.

Speaker 2 (09:38):
It's okay, but Amy could take it. They don't have
Amy as a mail than you.

Speaker 3 (09:43):
What in the world better job than lunch box?

Speaker 2 (09:46):
Probably okay? So what about me though? Is you never
got brought up? Could I be a Hispanic Bobby Bones
with the two pe Roberto Bone?

Speaker 6 (09:54):
She's already taking shot? Would help you hair system because
you have him here?

Speaker 2 (09:57):
No? No, just because it looks better.

Speaker 3 (09:59):
Yeah, I I could see Eddie before lunch boxs w whoa.

Speaker 2 (10:03):
That's what I'm talking about. That didn't give you any confidence.
She didn't know anything about acting, so she thought Amy
was a dude. I mean, okay, So if you had
to put the percentage on at one hundred means I'm
for sure going to do the role and zero means
I'm not. Where would you put it as of right now?

Speaker 3 (10:18):
I would say seventy percent, okayplaining explaining yes, dependent on
some factors working out, like will.

Speaker 5 (10:25):
They film the movie at Bobby's house?

Speaker 2 (10:27):
Right? A little bit, you joke, but a little bit.
It's not the how. There's some some of that. Yeah, yeah, yeah, close,
all right, Morgan, thank you, thank you, Bye bye. That's exciting.

Speaker 1 (10:39):
I try.

Speaker 2 (10:39):
I trust her to make decisions.

Speaker 6 (10:41):
She said, fun, Yeah, you're not going to have fun?
What Yeah, you know you don't have fun doing your work,
Like you.

Speaker 5 (10:46):
Don't do that weird because it's like me, Well, she.

Speaker 6 (10:49):
Said, like you're gonna have fun doing this? Like, no chance,
you're not gonna have What are you saying about me?
You don't really have fun while you're working, So you're
not going to find fun in this?

Speaker 2 (10:58):
That fun right now? Look? Any no, you're not. Okay,
So next couple of weeks, we'll have an update. But
that's where it is. I also got the update there
you learned a yes, I did. I learned that I'm
at seventy percent. And Lunchbox sounds like you're not in
the running. You're zero percent. Lunch Amy the dude man
Amy has a good shot. And then I could a second. Yeah, yeah,

it's time for the good news. Bobby her n Antanna.
She lives in Ake in South Carolina, loves animals. It's
ten years old, and so she's like, well, I want
to save all these animals in a town because she
had learned about the shelters. She also is a pretty
good drawer, so she starts drawing stuff and selling it,

auctioning it off. All the little money comes in, little
money comes in, and before you know it, she's making
a lot of money and people are one enjoying her
art but enjoying that she's ten and is doing the
work to make this happen. And so she's been able
to save a bunch of animals lives because of her
love of animals than the work she did at the
art and then she marketed her art and now animals
are benefiting from its ten years old. I wonder if

I sold art as a ten year old named Herbie.
I'm ten, but you don't see my face right now
doing it. Yeah, but only the art is that, Like
I write a whole story, I'm Herbie. I love puppies,
puppies and pigs. This is my art. But I draw
as hard as I can, like I do as good
as I can. I wonder if I could sell sell
any art because I'm terrible, Like I can't draw for

being a creative, if it's writing jokes or songs or
having to come up with what to talk about on
the show, or I have no draw, I have no
creative instincts when it comes to where to put the
pencil and to move it to make a thing. I
can't draw like a dice, a cube with the dots. Really, yeah,

when I can't, when people can draw stuff, really, that
blows my mind.

Speaker 5 (12:50):
Yeah, you're when you and your wife did portraits on
each other. I like it.

Speaker 2 (12:54):
I don't like where this is going on. And make
fun of mecase I was terrible. I'll do it eight
mile style. Mine was terrible. You look like a person.
Both of you can be quiet.

Speaker 5 (13:02):
I'm just saying I think Mile against myself. Pass for
a ten year old doing.

Speaker 2 (13:06):
Oh, I don't know, Herbie. It was pretty bad, Okay.
I was kind of ambarrassed because she's actually a pretty
good artist. Herbie's gonna be eight. I just dropped him
two years. All right, Good job, Hannah in ach in
South Carolina. That's what it's all about. That was telling
me something good. What's the best thing of it America?

We have two thousand Bobby Bone Show listeners. What's the
best thing about America? Fourth July, a couple of days away.
We're playing the Bobby Feud ten answers on the board.
What's the best thing about America? Amy? Free speech, free speech.

Speaker 5 (13:45):
Now, some people when they speak into their countries, they
go to jail.

Speaker 2 (13:50):
And free speech is speaking out against your government. That's
what free speech is. You can't show whatever. But yes,
but yeah, free speech does not make it.

Speaker 7 (13:56):
Dang, lunchbox freedumb show me freedom?

Speaker 2 (14:00):

Speaker 1 (14:01):

Speaker 5 (14:02):
Just freedom I got because you gotta be specific. Yeah, no, no,
I that's that's different. I'm not gonna fight.

Speaker 2 (14:10):
I'm gonna give you a free speech on it.

Speaker 5 (14:11):
That thank you. Whatever you want to say, I can
say whatever. You're not gonna cuff me.

Speaker 2 (14:16):
Freedom is number one lunchbox football football, show me football sports. Okay, yeah,
we'll give you sports to my mouth. Then number four sports?
What was freedom? Number one? I got five points. We

asked two thousand Bobby Bone Show listeners on social media.
What's the best thing about America? Lunchbox?

Speaker 1 (14:43):

Speaker 2 (14:46):
What is crat about America? Besides that? Oh we're struggling?
Anything else?

Speaker 1 (14:50):
Wow? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (14:51):
Maybe that, dude, I love America. Sound. I can't think anything.

Speaker 7 (14:56):
Well, I don't know what I'm trying to think of
what category you'd put it in?

Speaker 2 (15:00):
Everything about America is amazing. Barbecue, all right, show me
barbecue American food. Barbecue Number six. Don't get mad at me. No,
I don't hate.

Speaker 6 (15:17):
The player getting rid of stuff based on I'm with
you ready, because I so like a little lunchbox hate
to me and I want to.

Speaker 5 (15:23):
Have because that takes away food.

Speaker 2 (15:24):
Yeah, I had like food specifics. Go ahead, Oh yeah,
yes I didn't. Yeah. What's the best thing about America?

Speaker 7 (15:34):
Our television programs?

Speaker 2 (15:37):
TV? Show me, TV shows, Eddie over to use freedom,
sports and American food or off the list? Oh man?

Speaker 6 (15:47):
How serious do we want to get? Like do we
want to get with like a financial stability.

Speaker 7 (15:53):
Or to vote?

Speaker 6 (15:57):
I mean, let's go with yeah, yeah, yeah, let's go
with our ability to vote.

Speaker 2 (16:03):
Voting. That's pretty awesome.

Speaker 6 (16:05):
Okay, oh boy, show me voting.

Speaker 2 (16:12):
Yeah, democracy is on here? Yeah? Democracy? What I mean
I want to Well, every day was freedom. That's why
I was democracy.

Speaker 1 (16:23):
Okay. You know what else?

Speaker 2 (16:24):

Speaker 6 (16:25):
Our military man, the strongest military in the world.

Speaker 2 (16:29):
Show me the military number two? Answer that's correct and
the smartest, best looking? That's right? Bones, give me you
know what I'm gonna go with my o G. Financial stability? Money? Baby,
what do you mean are we rich here? Look around?
What they say? Well, you guys are pretty rich. We're
not in the room, Amy over to you. We're looking

at the best things about America.

Speaker 5 (16:56):
Gosh, I'm trying to think of like true, I haven't
never been here, but is it the Grand Canyon.

Speaker 2 (17:05):
That's one of the best things about America.

Speaker 5 (17:07):
The beauty of the travel.

Speaker 2 (17:09):
Give me the Grand Canyon, the land or nature. I'll
accept it.

Speaker 5 (17:15):
Okay, thank you, the land or nature?

Speaker 2 (17:19):
Good cover. How about oxygen?

Speaker 1 (17:22):
I give it to you.

Speaker 2 (17:23):
You can breathe here. Four answers left off the board. Freedom,
the military, democracy, sports, American food, and the land or nature.

Speaker 5 (17:36):

Speaker 2 (17:37):
Show's not gonna yet. We're getting on a bus some countries.

Speaker 7 (17:42):
So we're going, oh yeah, lusbox, got anything left? Yeah,
I got something left. And I don't even know how
you encompass this. It's called the American dream, the American dream,
the ability, opportunity, the opportunity, the American dream to chase it,
that is opportunity.

Speaker 2 (18:03):
Give me the American dream. I like what you're selling, though,
I'll buy some of that too. It's a good self
Eddie work round two here, oh man. Two thousand Bobby
Bunch or listeners were asked, what's the best thing about America?
You know what it is buce, I got it.

Speaker 6 (18:19):
The best thing about America country music.

Speaker 2 (18:25):
Points, double points, country music, show Me country music number
seven country music. Yeah, I love America. And then you
know what I mean. It's hard to say Hollywood, but
let's just go with movies. I think American movies are
the best show me movie. Alright, alright, alright, Mike Amy,
points are double three answers on the board.

Speaker 5 (18:49):
Okay, yeah, Mi Green Canyon, that was a double got it?

Speaker 2 (18:52):
Well, it's your score as that, Mike Keaches score.

Speaker 1 (18:56):
I don't.

Speaker 2 (18:58):
Eddie's in the lead nineteen Amy eighteen spot.

Speaker 5 (19:00):
Any movies, but I mean our TVs got like Hollywood
could work. But I feel like you would have just
wrapped that in with the movies obviously, So let's go
with fashion.

Speaker 2 (19:16):
Fashion. George didn't make less cut off. Yeah, lunchbox, you
need one here to stay alive. Although if you get any,
you take the lead. Yeah, I understand that.

Speaker 7 (19:30):
I just have nothing, nothing, I have no idea think
about America. Best thing about America. I love America. I
love being able to vote, but we already got democracy.
I love being able to choose what I do. That's freedom,
and it wasn't chasing the American dream hat right now, stalling. Yeah,

it's called filibuster amy because you got to think of something.
We'll go with healthcare.

Speaker 4 (20:05):

Speaker 2 (20:06):
That was the one.

Speaker 1 (20:06):
I knew it wasn't.

Speaker 2 (20:07):
But I have no I literally have no idea. And
you take a shot.

Speaker 6 (20:10):
Oh yeah, I'm that best national anthem.

Speaker 2 (20:12):
In the world, best national anthem. Although I agree that's incorrect.

Speaker 5 (20:18):
Okay, is it open now?

Speaker 2 (20:20):
Just just for fun?

Speaker 5 (20:20):
Oh? Amazon, Amazon, our railroad system.

Speaker 2 (20:26):
I have no I didn't Apple. Yeah, Meta, the Rock, Yes,
the Rock at number five, the fourth of July. I
thought that was a given.

Speaker 7 (20:38):
Yeah, all thought. I said, fireworks without.

Speaker 2 (20:41):
A government at number eight, different from sports, specifically Super
Bowl Sunday all the day. And then at number ten,
pickup trucks, trucks, big old trucks. Our winner. Come on,
I guess loves America more than anybody else. Yes, what

do you have for us here?

Speaker 5 (21:03):
I have situations when you should stay silent.

Speaker 2 (21:07):
That's tough. Oh, like if a bear is in front
of you, Oh, I'm not staying silent. They're gonna hear
my ear and all over the ground. So you're saying,
like situations with people where we probably want to say something,
but we just should keep our mouth shut, right, go ahead.

Speaker 5 (21:20):
Okay, be silent if you don't know the full story.

Speaker 2 (21:24):
Yeah, good advice. I probably have trouble with that sometimes
if you throw in your opinion before they're no. I
think I try to fill in the story based on
my experience of similar situations, which isn't always fair. But
that's a good point. Go ahead.

Speaker 5 (21:38):
This next one is for me. Be silent when you
feel too emotional, because then your emotions are in the
driver's seat, and really our emotions should ride passenger, so
sometimes we need to maybe wait.

Speaker 2 (21:51):
Can struggle with that one down. Yes, I feel like
when I get emotional, I am silent. I'm the opposite.
I just shut up.

Speaker 5 (21:59):
What else when there's anger, like in the heat of anger,
be silent. I feel like that's what you do.

Speaker 2 (22:04):
Yeah, if I'm angry, turtleshell, then I'm gonna figure it
out and the I'm gonna come out of my turtle
show fully figured out. I think one of the learning
curves that my wife and I, who have different communication styles,
had to deal with was I was so used to
doing everything by myself that if there was any sort
of issue or problem or somebody to figure out. I'll

just okay, go away, figure it out, come back full,
and just go like, this is what we're gonna do.
She's like, wait, I don't know where your brain went,
how you figure this out and why we're doing this.
But I was just so used to going there's a problem,
I will go away, I will figure it out and
come back and just go this is what we're doing.
I didn't even go like, hey, I went away and
this is what I think and why we're doing it. It
was like, this is it just because I was so

used to that. So now I show my work a
little bit. At the school, I'd be like, show your work,
so a little bit, I show my work? What else
you got?

Speaker 5 (22:50):
Be silent? If you can't talk without yelling.

Speaker 2 (22:53):
I don't yell. Not really an issue, I think. And
my wife at times we'll ask will be like, can't
you just yell with something if you're mad? She will
say that to me, like just be emotional. Yeah, And
she's not saying at her, but she's like, if you're upset,
just let it go.

Speaker 5 (23:07):
Because I feel like sometimes showing anger not even sometimes
I feel like anger is a good thing and can
show that you actually care, which I know that you care,
but you shut down.

Speaker 2 (23:17):
You know how I care.

Speaker 5 (23:18):
I'm silent, Yeah, be silent if your words can offend
a person or destroy a friendship.

Speaker 2 (23:25):
I think those are two different things. I don't think
that I'm silent if I'm worried about offending somebody, because
sometimes I don't know. And also I feel like I
also don't think that everybody's truth is the truth. I
think a lot of times I feel like if I
just say the truth, which is my truth, and even
if it's uncomfortable, we'll get through that quicker and get
to actually fixing the problem earlier, even though it's really

uncomfortable and somebody may get offended. So I don't I'm
not always silent. Then I'm like, let me just say it,
Let me just say how I feel. Once it's time,
you say it so we can go and move on
with our life.

Speaker 5 (23:58):
But yeah, I feel you and then be silent about
your plans and goals, like sometimes if you talk about
those too soon, I don't know.

Speaker 2 (24:06):
You tell people your goals, they help you get them.

Speaker 5 (24:08):
Yeah, No, I agree. I think there's a time work
on the.

Speaker 2 (24:10):
Job on to be CEO. All right, calling out oh
wow wow. Yeah.

Speaker 5 (24:12):
Yeah, but I think it's just maybe putting stuff out
there too soon when you're not ready, and then you
feel like this pressure and then you're like, shoot, why'd
I say that?

Speaker 2 (24:20):

Speaker 5 (24:20):
I'm not even going to do it, like you know,
Eddie donating an organ or.

Speaker 2 (24:23):
That's pretty dump. That's right, damn that I should stay
silent there, I agree, I should. I guess now you
guys make fun of me. That was not a goal,
like an achievement goal. That was just you following through. Someday.
I would like to donate a kidney.

Speaker 5 (24:35):
It is a goal of his Bobby.

Speaker 2 (24:36):
Okay, but that's to do that. He could do it tomorrow,
he could go and start the process. A goal of
like an achievement, takes a lot of work to do
and people to help you.

Speaker 5 (24:45):
What about chicken business, He doesn't.

Speaker 2 (24:47):
Really want it. I do want it. No, you don't.
You want it just to happen without actually doing the work.
I want my chickens all over this country. Yeah, but
you're doing nothing to make that happen. You don't know that.
I believe in sharing your goals as quick as possible
with the people that can help you. Achieve those goals.
I don't believe in saying I want don neate kidney.
If you're not going to donate a kidney on one day,
I will.

Speaker 5 (25:04):
Well sometimes if you are getting younger, bro, what about
the risk of sharing too much about your plans and
goals and someone taking the.

Speaker 2 (25:12):
Idea, oh that's good.

Speaker 5 (25:16):
You have to tell trusted people.

Speaker 2 (25:18):
If they they're better than you ad it, they win.

Speaker 5 (25:20):
Oh we'd be like, that's my idea.

Speaker 2 (25:23):
I told you that. If it's intellectual property, then if
you're all smart about it, trademarket you know. But I
believe in sharing your goals. But I think there's a
lot of there's a lot of knowledge. Very wise, stay
silent whenever you don't know what you're talking about, which
I could do a better job. But if I also
do that, we wouldn't have a show and Lunchwis. You're
doing a great job right now.

Speaker 5 (25:43):
You're not yelling.

Speaker 2 (25:44):
I'm not yelling. I'm not sharing my goals because I
don't want you to go to steel like that. Yeah, yeah,
but all right. They did a kidney transplant surgery on
a guy who was awake throughout the whole procedure. He's
first person, John Nichols, to receive a new kidney without
general anesthetic and to go home the next day.

Speaker 5 (26:03):
Huh, that's crazy.

Speaker 2 (26:04):
Twenty eight year old was discharged and under twenty four
hours can he transplant patients would typically remain in the
hospital for several days, even up to a week. The
surgery took less than two hours. He did not feel
any pain at one point during the procedure. He even
got to see his new kidney, which was donated by
his best buddy Pat He was put in his body.
Several weeks after surgery. He's back to be in active

and it can enjoy a less restrictive diet, including being
able to treat himself to pizza. That's from Live Science.
But how how I don't understand. Well, they local anesthesia.
What they doing just put some numb and cream on it? Yeah, exactly,
they do the old what's the dentist put in you
novacane on the kidney.

Speaker 6 (26:43):
Well, like when you have a baby, they numb you
from the like the waist down or whatever.

Speaker 2 (26:49):
You think they epidural the dude do something like that.
And also, why would they not do this with other
folks because it's not new new other hospitals have done
this outside of America, but this is the first American
hospital to do it and pull it off. That sounds
like great, Get you some Chick fil a drive through,
that drive through, get a kidney transplant drive through? Go home?

Do you want to be awake for that? I want
to be awake If all of this means I'm back quicker,
I'm not in the hospital as long, Yeah, like all
that matters.

Speaker 6 (27:20):
I just feel like it's going to be a long
procedure and you're just gonna like be looking up at
the ceiling.

Speaker 2 (27:23):
But I don't care about the two hours. It's a
long procedure. I care about the seven days I'm stuck
in the hospital and then the next four weeks that
I'm not able to move around where It sounds like
because of this, he was discharged in under twenty four hours,
and then after that he's kind of back at it
weeks ahead, and then he got to see his own kidney.
You know, That's what I'm saying. I feel like you'd
freak out. You're awakening, like, oh maren't you awake? When

they did call and osy on you something?

Speaker 5 (27:46):
I mean, you woke up in it you're out. I
mean I opened my eyes and I saw my colon
on the TV and I was like, what.

Speaker 2 (27:52):
Hey, that show my favorite show calling on TV.

Speaker 5 (27:55):
I was talking to a surgeon at one point about
something like being put up under, and they had never
had surgery themselves, and they said, if they ever do,
they're going to not get fully sedated because of what
they believe it does to the brain. But they were like,
They're like, I sedate people all the time. Yeah, they
go under, but me personally, I don't want I don't
know what that to do that to my brain something
like that. I'm just telling you, maybe that's why they're

they're starting to do this.

Speaker 2 (28:22):
Pile of stories.

Speaker 5 (28:23):
Well, a study found that staying up past one am
is a bad, bad choice for your mental health, even
if you're a night out. And I share this story
with you specifically, Bobby, because we've got some vacation coming
up and you love to stay up, like love it.

Speaker 2 (28:37):
Two days out, I'm back to my normal sleep pattern
of up till three am, sleep until ten eleven am. Wow. Yeah.

Speaker 5 (28:45):
This is from Stanford Medicine, and in all caps the
words everyone is written and it says everyone has higher
rates of mental and behavioral disorders if they stay up
too late, he.

Speaker 2 (28:56):
Used to me, because there was nothing on TV, you
go crazy. But now you have streaming to stay up
all night party. That's right back in the day day.
And this will be something that Morgan would not remember.
I mean, I was a young, young kid, but I
would stay off all night and watch TV. They would
turn the channels off. They'd played the national anthem show
the Flag, and the channel would shut down for like
four hours. Morgan, do you remember that at all? No,
that's never happened to me before.

Speaker 5 (29:17):
And I watched like really late night.

Speaker 2 (29:18):
But what I watched on late night.

Speaker 5 (29:20):
Was like nickd Night.

Speaker 3 (29:21):
Me too.

Speaker 2 (29:22):
But I'm not even talking about the programming like they
would go, this is the end of the broadcast day,
like nineteen ninety. You weren't even born yet.

Speaker 6 (29:29):
No, when I worked at the TV station, I knew
the guy that would stay there till like two in
the morning to shut it down.

Speaker 2 (29:34):
He was the one that rolled the tape.

Speaker 1 (29:35):
Why was that?

Speaker 2 (29:36):
Why could you not stream? For well, no streaming stream,
I would say, because they didn't think anybody watched. They
didn't have programming they wanted to put on, so they
would just shut the channel down and it would be
the national anthem for four hours, not only the national anthem.
It would go off and it would be color bars
all night. Well that's where the color bars come from.

Or like when something goes off the air, that's kind
of the place holder screen and then it'll come back
on on like what six in the morning, five or
size come on?

Speaker 1 (30:04):
That's wild.

Speaker 5 (30:04):
Yeah, I don't, I don't. That never happened to me.

Speaker 2 (30:07):
Ever, you don't have to be so passionate about it.

Speaker 5 (30:10):
So pay attention to your loose change, like in the
couch cushion and a cup holder inside of your car,
at the bottom of the washing machine, anywhere the trash can,
because that's where it's ending up. This waste management company
in Pennsylvania says it's collected ten million dollars in loose
change that was thrown away over the past seven years.

Speaker 2 (30:27):
Why would they share that? Just be quiet and keep
all your ten million dollars ten million?

Speaker 5 (30:30):
I don't know what did they just get to keep it?

Speaker 2 (30:32):
Yeah? Yeah, they can't find the owner. I got a nickel. Yeah,
they get to keep it. That's probably a pretty good
for the old budget there.

Speaker 5 (30:41):
And that was just that place in Pennsylvania. But I
guess research shows that Americans actually throw away about sixty
eight million dollars a year in loose change.

Speaker 2 (30:50):
Well, I don't know what that means. That's like Fourth
of July week, seventy four thousand hot dogs. What does
that even means a lot of us?

Speaker 6 (30:55):
What is it?

Speaker 2 (30:55):
There's a lot of people.

Speaker 5 (30:56):
Yeah, that's true.

Speaker 2 (30:57):
When they do that, I never really know the ratio,
like break it down, give me the ratio. But yeah,
that's just cool that they have that much money and change.
Lunchbox loves change. I mean, that's my retirement playing in
these he makes he'll pick up a penny. Who doesn't
He'll walk up. He'll walk thirty extra feet to pick
up a penny, and we might be onto something.

Speaker 7 (31:15):
I'll crawl under the like baggage claim thing, like when
they're they do the scanner. I'll climb under that little
machine and get a penny.

Speaker 2 (31:21):
I'll hold up the lot, won't I said, I won't
hold up the line? No, I won't. Okay, what else
is hidden?

Speaker 5 (31:27):
Valley Ranch cheese its are here only for the month
of July, though, so it seems so if you want
to get them try to go to the store because
it's basically the perfect cheese it that you love. But
the dusty powder on top is the ranch seasoning.

Speaker 2 (31:40):
So what's hidden Valley is a ranch?

Speaker 1 (31:42):

Speaker 2 (31:42):
Yeah? Is it a different kind of ranch? No? The
best ranch, okay. I like ranch sometimes something hidden Valley
seems creamier.

Speaker 5 (31:49):
Hidden Valley ranch, in my opinion, is the best ranch.

Speaker 2 (31:53):

Speaker 5 (31:53):
And it's now on to cheese it. So it's like,
sounds pretty good, it's pretty awesome. I'm going to try
to find some, especially because it's a limited time. H
right there, you, I'm Amy. That's my pile.

Speaker 2 (32:04):
That was Amy's pile of story. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 5 (32:12):
So Dana Hernandez in Vegas was hearing these mows from
a storm drain, more like cat cries. She was on
an early morning walk and she's like, I just can't
stop thinking about these sounds I was hearing. So she
goes to get her families, starts calling local officials. I
think there's cats down in a strain. It was taking
way too long for anybody to get there, so she
took matters into her own hands and spent hours removing

the storm drain cover and getting the cats out, luring
them one by one with food and water, taking them
to the emergency vet to be treated for dehydration and malnourishment,
and then animal control arrived. They were able to rescue
the remaining cats and the mom was saved the next morning.
And guess what Dana's mother is going to do?

Speaker 2 (32:55):
Not adult all of them?

Speaker 5 (32:56):
All of them?

Speaker 2 (32:57):
Whoat farm Land Parliament? Yeah, yeah, exactly.

Speaker 5 (33:03):
It just took so long to rescue these cats, and
it was one hundred and eight degrees out, so they
just really needed help.

Speaker 2 (33:08):
That's a thirteen hour rescue.

Speaker 1 (33:10):
I saw.

Speaker 2 (33:10):
It's awesome that you spent thirteen hours getting the cat
out of there. I know. That's a great story. Good
job what I spent there.

Speaker 5 (33:17):
I think I would have, yeah, because once you start,
if it.

Speaker 2 (33:20):
Was a human, probably not animal, I probably would have
with a lunch break, yeah, thirty or an hour though, thirty
or an hour All right, good story, hemy that is
what it's all about. That was telling me something good.
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
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or you can wait till Podcasts two comes out. Thank
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