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June 11, 2024 47 mins

Find out why Bobby is hiring Amy's son and the work he plans to have him do! Then, we share our latest movie recommendations and Bobby shares his review of the Japanese movie he had to watch when he lost a bet and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:03):
Transmitting this guy.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
Welcome to Tuesday Show More Studio Morning, Amy. Why don't
you get your first job? When did you start working?

Speaker 3 (00:16):
My first official job?

Speaker 2 (00:18):
You made any money? Like working?

Speaker 3 (00:19):
Yeah, besides babysitting. It was I was sixteen, I could
finally drive, and I was a hostess at a restaurant.

Speaker 4 (00:25):
So Amy's son, Stevenson, wanted to get a PlayStation five
a PS five from his mom and they were going
to work out a deal where he was like, gonna
have manners and stuff, and I.

Speaker 2 (00:35):
Was like, well more than that. But yeah, what if
I just bought.

Speaker 4 (00:37):
It and actually made him work, because he'll it'll be
more important, and it'll be I think he'll respect the
work he has to do more if he has to.

Speaker 2 (00:46):
Come work for me, that's not his mom.

Speaker 3 (00:48):
I agree.

Speaker 2 (00:48):
So I have it here. I bought it.

Speaker 4 (00:50):
It is here, and so I'm going to pass it
over to Amy. I did talk to Stevenson. He texted
me and he said he's going to wait, like to
camp or something.

Speaker 3 (00:58):
Oh good, okay, yeah, he was supposed to text you
and that I've been waiting. I was like, okay, I'm
going to see And he did have to leave his
phone behind for camp. He couldn't take it with him,
and I was like, I'll just find out from Bobby
if Bobby says because I told him, if I knew,
if he didn't text you, then he's not taking this seriously.

Speaker 2 (01:15):
So can I read his message?

Speaker 3 (01:17):

Speaker 4 (01:19):
Yeah, he says, here's my mom self security number. He says,
this is Stevenson. Mom told me about the PlayStation five.
I appreciate it. I'll leave for camp in the morning.
I'm excited to start working it off when I am
back from camp, and also when I am with my mom,
I can come and you can put me to work.

Speaker 2 (01:32):
Thank you.

Speaker 4 (01:33):
So I took a picture of the box and it's
in that box. And then so I have some stuff
that I'm.

Speaker 2 (01:37):
Gonna have him do.

Speaker 4 (01:38):
I'm going to have him organize sports cards. Oh but
already the ones that are in cases, so he doesn't
been the corners.

Speaker 3 (01:45):
What's the method of organization?

Speaker 2 (01:47):
Basketball, football, baseball? Easy? He can do that perfect. He's
going to clean the pickleball court.

Speaker 4 (01:51):
Eddie and I built a pickball court wink wink, and
then it should be fully ready to play on this
week or next week, like fully done. I'm gonna have
him do some voiceover work for the show.

Speaker 2 (02:03):
Okay, well it's real work. Yeah yeah, Okay, anything else
we have him do?

Speaker 3 (02:07):
Is there anything a little more taxing?

Speaker 4 (02:11):
What I could have him go because we have woods
in our yard. I could have him cut a trail
on the ground. Oh my god, Like, can you have
a machete? I'm not sure they have a machete.

Speaker 3 (02:19):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (02:20):
Ye, yes, w a trail. I want him to trail place.

Speaker 4 (02:23):
I've been looking for somebody to do it, and I
might have him go and cut a trail back there.

Speaker 3 (02:27):
Okay, I need to see if he can operate that.

Speaker 2 (02:31):
No, there's no operating. It's a big machee.

Speaker 3 (02:33):
I know what a machete is, but I don't know
if he knows how to properly, like without hurting himself.

Speaker 4 (02:38):
Do we feel like that's my question for you guys.
Do we feel like the machete is too much?

Speaker 2 (02:42):

Speaker 3 (02:42):
How is he He's going to be fourteen?

Speaker 5 (02:46):
Fourteen year old? Machete?

Speaker 6 (02:47):
I mean, I know at fourteen we would have been
doing let's see if you can cut me.

Speaker 7 (02:51):
Sword fights for sure. Yeah, but he has nobody to
fight with, right, just trees.

Speaker 3 (02:56):
You're probably gonna say no hard works.

Speaker 2 (02:59):
I want him to cut a trail in my backyard.

Speaker 3 (03:01):
H well, then give him a pair of scissors.

Speaker 2 (03:05):
Now I'm torturing. Okay, So you're taking this home though.

Speaker 3 (03:07):
Today, right, okay, if you say so?

Speaker 7 (03:10):

Speaker 3 (03:11):
Yeah, so I take that home and he can You're
okay with him using it? Or does he have to
do the work.

Speaker 2 (03:16):
Of many to use it? But I will repoet. I
know where you live, Okay, I will come and get this.

Speaker 3 (03:20):
So the minute I say something he can't have it,
you'll come, repoet.

Speaker 4 (03:24):
And I know how much it costs, so I know
how many hours I'm expecting of him, how much you're
paying him an hour. So it's not that I mean
I need twenty five hours to solid work from him.

Speaker 2 (03:32):
Wow, it's a high it's a high hourly rate.

Speaker 3 (03:34):
I'm glad, thank you. I thought you were going to
be like, uh, you know, he can work it off
in four hours, and that's just not going to cut it.

Speaker 4 (03:40):
He got a lot of machete in too, do Okay,
what if it's a small knife. What if it's a
shovel or like a pick.

Speaker 3 (03:47):
He can have a shovel or a pick like a.

Speaker 2 (03:49):
Pick, A different I'm gonna him built a trail. No,
for sure, this is what we're gonna do here.

Speaker 4 (03:54):
Okay, look we're here. We're ready to start the show.
Thank you guys for being a part of the show.

Speaker 2 (03:59):
Sail and on the air.

Speaker 3 (04:02):
If something we call Bobby's fail.

Speaker 4 (04:04):
Bag, Yeah, hello Bobby Bones. I was recently invited by
one of my wife and nice friends to go out
on their boat next weekend on the lake. When I
told my wife about it, she was upset. I didn't
ask her before making the plans. We're good friends with
a couple, so I thought my wife would be in,
but apparently she had already made plans for us that
she didn't tell me about.

Speaker 2 (04:23):
My wife tends to do this.

Speaker 4 (04:24):
She'll make plans for us all the time, and I'm
just automatically a part of them because in her mind,
her plans are my plans, but my plans are not
her plans.

Speaker 2 (04:34):
Am I wrong here?

Speaker 4 (04:35):
Is it okay to make plans that asking your wife
as a guy, or do I need to cancel signed
husband with a plan? Yeah, there's got to be some
understanding between both of you, because what's gonna happen is
if I were to go Hey, dude, go on the lake.
You'll teach her. It's just not gonna be good for
the overall. It's because I just I want to go
on the lake.

Speaker 8 (04:54):
I mean honest.

Speaker 4 (04:55):
And it's unfair that he made a plan and she
made a plan, and she he has to always go
to his plan or she he has to always go
to her plan. But there has to be a system
in place to where even she has to respect you
and the things that she's assigning you to. She's not
gonna like that though, And also, I bet you make
dumb plans all the time, sir.

Speaker 3 (05:16):
I don't think we should assume she's not gonna like that.
I don't think we should assume that she's not open
to a system.

Speaker 4 (05:21):
I would assume that she's not open to it because
he's probably idiot and they probably tried something like this
and it didn't work.

Speaker 2 (05:25):
And so she just does it.

Speaker 4 (05:26):
Okay, Yeah, that would be my assumption, because guys are
kind of dumb, and it's probably like a school event
or something that she's planned him for, like to go
watch a kid's recital.

Speaker 2 (05:35):
He's like, I want to go on the boat. So
that's true. There needs to be.

Speaker 4 (05:40):
An understanding that neither one of you can make a
plan for the other one without checking in with the
other one.

Speaker 2 (05:45):
Otherwise this is going to happen a lot.

Speaker 4 (05:47):
And also, I bet that was probably initially what it
was if I'm just knowing dudes, and he did not
either pay attention forgot, Yeah, made bad plans for her
at times, you know. So I'm gonna say, sir, in
my most mature voice, I think you need to have
a talk with her. I hope you get to go
on the lake, but she's probably smarter than you when

it comes to stuff like this, and she's probably has
something planned that you need to do, or she wouldn't
say don't go.

Speaker 2 (06:14):
On the lake.

Speaker 3 (06:16):
That's all, And moving forward, it's a good idea to
have some new ground rules around making plans both of you, and.

Speaker 4 (06:22):
Then he's gonna forget again and we'll be back to
square two years. But I agree, Oh yeah, you need
to have a system, a better one that you even
you adhere to.

Speaker 2 (06:30):
But I feel you like going on the lake. That's
pretty cool.

Speaker 8 (06:32):
That sounds awesome.

Speaker 2 (06:33):
Yeah, I want to do that on your friend's boat.
You never want to boat yourself, want to friends about
That's what I hear. Yeah, all right, close it up.
We got your gmail and we laid it on the air.

Speaker 4 (06:41):
Now it's find to close.

Speaker 8 (06:42):
Bobby fail that damn.

Speaker 4 (06:45):
Let's review some new movies. I lost the bet had
to watch god' Zilla minus one. It's in Japanese. I
did not want to watch Godzilla minus one because it
was in Japanese. It got ninety eight percent positive of
rot tomatoes. He's pretty good, pretty good. I just the
Japanese part.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
It's hard.

Speaker 7 (07:03):
Oh yeah, but don't you watch movies with subtitles on anyway?

Speaker 2 (07:07):
Like that's guy's a kid here.

Speaker 7 (07:09):
So you're reading the same thing, you.

Speaker 3 (07:10):
Know, but you have both you have it, both mean
the same. Fine, you have no idea what's happening if
you don't read.

Speaker 4 (07:15):
I struggle because the Godzilla story for all the time,
sometimes he's good, sometimes he's bad. So I never know,
so I'm always like it do I'm supposed to root
for against Godzilla, and in this one, you're not rooting
for Godzilla. But I didn't even get that till like
halfway through. I was torn. I didn't know what to feel.

Speaker 2 (07:31):
What to root.

Speaker 4 (07:32):
And it feels like they made this movie thirty years ago.
It's even shot old, right? Is that part of the mystique, Mike?
It looks old?

Speaker 2 (07:39):
It's fine.

Speaker 4 (07:39):
I give it three and a half out of five.
It's on Netflix, the Godzilla minus one. People loved it.
Did you watch it? I did, dude.

Speaker 7 (07:45):
I watched it because, like I was like, I wouldn't
mind getting it on the wheel, but I didn't.

Speaker 2 (07:49):
My name wasn't picked. I loved it. I thought.

Speaker 7 (07:51):
I was like, I'm with Mike. I thought the story
was great, good storyline. But uh, I've never watched Godzilla,
so I have nothing to compare it to.

Speaker 2 (07:58):
You just knew he's a bad guy.

Speaker 4 (07:59):
Yeah, no, I just finished watching Godzilla from another Amazon
series where he's got a good guy.

Speaker 7 (08:04):
It's a good one.

Speaker 2 (08:04):
I liked it. Okay, who else has seen a movie?

Speaker 5 (08:06):

Speaker 1 (08:07):

Speaker 9 (08:07):
I watched the new hit Man movie on Netflix with
Glenn Powell.

Speaker 2 (08:10):
See the Guy with all the Abs?

Speaker 9 (08:12):
Yeah, the one and anyone but you and Top Maverick.

Speaker 2 (08:15):
I never saw.

Speaker 4 (08:16):

Speaker 3 (08:16):
Oh you need to see that.

Speaker 2 (08:18):
I promise it's really good. I just got told Godzilla
was good to I haven't watch the Japanese. Well, it's
not a Jeopardy So Hitman is on Netflix, Yeah.

Speaker 3 (08:25):
And it was.

Speaker 2 (08:26):
It was super slow to start.

Speaker 9 (08:27):
I was like, Oh, maybe I'm not gonna like this,
but then it's got really twisted and it picked up
really good and he plays multiple characters in the movie,
and it was just really good.

Speaker 2 (08:35):
What do you read it?

Speaker 3 (08:36):
I would give it four out of five.

Speaker 9 (08:39):
Uh, what's the name when you have a bunch of
different costumes? More drobe changes, no disguises, Yeah, disguises, Mike.

Speaker 2 (08:49):
Did you watch Hitman on Netflix?

Speaker 4 (08:51):

Speaker 7 (08:51):
I think it's the best movie that Netflix has done
all year, probably in a couple of years.

Speaker 2 (08:55):
They really don't have like big hits anymore. Anybody else
watching movies?

Speaker 3 (08:58):
I watched McFarland. What's that Okay? So it came out
probably like eight years ago or something. But my niece
was like, oh, it's such a feel good movie. It's
great to watch with the kids. So we put it on.
Disney did it and it's a true story about a
cross country team that there was no team, but a
football coach like had a really bad temper. He kept
getting fired, so we got sent to this McFarlane. California

was like one of the poorest places in America, and
he tried to be the football assistant coach. There wasn't
cutting it. So he realized. I think he saw how
they were having to run a lot when they work
in these fields, and he was like, I think we
got some runners. So we took seven kids that actually
were getting in trouble a lot, and he formed a
cross country team and they never had one, and then they.

Speaker 2 (09:39):
You just run a risk. I just want to make
sure you protect yourself from yourself.

Speaker 3 (09:42):

Speaker 2 (09:42):
It's a good movie. It's really good.

Speaker 3 (09:44):
Way too much y'all seen it. Yeah, yeah, Kevin Costner's yeah.

Speaker 7 (09:49):
Yeah, but there are a bunch of Hispanic kids. So
I love that.

Speaker 3 (09:52):
You're going to tell Mike d and Eddie It's like
they're like you, I give it, especially for a family film.
Five five Wow, cross country runners.

Speaker 7 (10:02):
Do you watch the Frosted movie? Yeah, Unfrosted on Netflix
was terrible. No, it was so funny, dude, I'm telling
we're overdue for it.

Speaker 3 (10:09):
Was horrible movie I've ever seen, dude.

Speaker 7 (10:13):
You know, like Airplane, Naked Gun, those funny movies, Like
they haven't made movies like that in a long time.
This is exactly what that is, dude. I l o
led for most of the movie. Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Gaffigan,
Amy Schumer, Dude, everybody in that movie is super famous.

Speaker 2 (10:27):
What did you rate it? I'd say four out of
five dumpsters. Moregan, what did you write it?

Speaker 9 (10:32):
I would give it zero point five out of five
lame jokes.

Speaker 2 (10:36):
I was repulsed by this movie. I gave it one
out of five pop Oh, you guys are crazy so
bad that I think Adie just loves Seinfeld.

Speaker 7 (10:43):
What's the deal with the pop tar And he's like
that he's an exec for Kelloggs.

Speaker 4 (10:47):
I can't believe they paid her to make this movie. Okay,
so let's go out to our list here. Godzilla minus one.
I give it three and a half, Amy guests McFarlane
five and a little too much of the plot story it's.

Speaker 3 (11:00):
Out there, but watched then because they do something really
really cool at the end.

Speaker 7 (11:04):
Eddie gives unfrosted the story of the pop tart.

Speaker 4 (11:09):
Yeah, what'd you give it? Four out of five dumpsters?
And it was met with terrible even.

Speaker 7 (11:13):
The reviews like the Rotten Tomatoes, like ten percenters on.

Speaker 2 (11:16):
And lunch Box anything. Have you seen any movie at all?

Speaker 6 (11:18):
I've not seen a movie in a long time. Except
for a usual suspects.

Speaker 5 (11:22):
That's it.

Speaker 2 (11:22):
Oh yeah, yeah, and I finally know. Sosey Kaiser is
it's time for the good news.

Speaker 3 (11:28):
If your dog ran away and have been gone for
two years, what are the odds are you think you're
getting it back?

Speaker 4 (11:37):

Speaker 2 (11:37):
Okay, yeah, after like three weeks, probably I've given up.

Speaker 3 (11:40):
Well, Samantha Powers, who lives in Indiana, she had given
up on ever seeing her emotional support hitbull Loki ever again.
I mean she searched for Loki for months, couldn't find him. Well.
Fast forward two years later. Last week she got a
phone call. Loki had been dropped off at like a
vet place in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and they microchi Loki
where they called Samanth and said, hey, we have your dog.

She went and got him and they've been reunited. And
so she's telling her story so that people will please
micro chip their animals.

Speaker 4 (12:09):
I wonder if somebody picked up the dog because they
saw it out running about, like Morgan picked up a dog,
and she's been taking care of this dog, and so
now she has to go and probably take it and
turn it over so somebody can adopt it. Like that
could have been something that happened here, but two here,
that's a long time.

Speaker 2 (12:24):
Two years.

Speaker 4 (12:24):
I know.

Speaker 3 (12:25):
I just don't think it was like living on its own.

Speaker 4 (12:27):
For two less, like escaped again, like somebody else saved
it and then escaped again. Then they checked for the
chip and they got it back to the original.

Speaker 3 (12:35):
And then also let the PSA be. If you save
a dog, go get it scanned.

Speaker 2 (12:40):
And if you save a horse, right, cowboys, right, you're rich.
All right, that is what it's all about. That was
telling me something good.

Speaker 4 (12:48):
According to a survey find Insurance company, fifty percent of
drivers keep this in their car at all times.

Speaker 2 (12:55):
That is the question. Fifty drivers keep this in their
car at all all times. No, you're not gonna get it,
never gonna get it.

Speaker 10 (13:02):
You're never never gonna get it. You're not gonna get it.

Speaker 2 (13:06):
Stephen in Springfield is on steven. What's up, buddy?

Speaker 1 (13:10):
Oh just another day?

Speaker 4 (13:13):
Hey, just another day here too. Your question is steven.
Fifty percent of drivers keep this in their car at
all times. Your first option is to get it right yourself,
so you can guess anything you want. What do you
think fifty percent of drivers keeping their car at all times?
Sounds really weird, but I would say change of clothes.

Speaker 2 (13:32):
Interesting, anybody else have that?

Speaker 5 (13:34):
Nope, I got dirty clothes in mind, but I don't
have a change of clothes.

Speaker 2 (13:38):
Hey, Steven, the answer is a change of clothes. He
nailed it. I'm serious. This almost never happens.

Speaker 11 (13:46):
Oh, he could ever happened.

Speaker 2 (13:49):
Wow, Stephen nails that.

Speaker 5 (13:51):

Speaker 2 (13:52):
That is amazing.

Speaker 3 (13:53):
So okay, fun game.

Speaker 8 (13:57):
Yeah, we're gonna give you a answer. Guys, I swear
we never even thought that.

Speaker 4 (14:04):
Okay, hey Steven, do you want to try to do
you want to try to double your prize?

Speaker 11 (14:09):

Speaker 3 (14:10):
Why not?

Speaker 5 (14:10):
A yeah, I gotta talk to every real quick.

Speaker 2 (14:14):
So this is what I'll do. See, that's what i'll do.
Perceive it.

Speaker 4 (14:17):
If you get it right this time, you'll get the
same array of crap from the back. But I'll also
put in fifty dollars on my own money that I'll
just be.

Speaker 7 (14:24):
You don't have to do that.

Speaker 2 (14:25):
No, I need it.

Speaker 7 (14:26):
I don't have venmo.

Speaker 8 (14:27):
But send it to same Jude.

Speaker 11 (14:28):
But yeah, pay everything you guys do I don't.

Speaker 8 (14:31):
My wife does, but okay, send her you guys, do it, Jude,
send it to that.

Speaker 2 (14:35):
I'll tell you what. I'll give it to you and
I'll double it to Saint Jude if you win. Okay,
that sounds good. But if you lose, nobody gets anything. Kids,
not even the kids. All right, here we go. Forty
Americans clean this before they go on vacation. Forty percent
of Americans clean this before they go on vacation.

Speaker 10 (14:57):
No, you're not gonna get it down. He's never never
gonna get it. You know you're not gonna get it.
You never never, never never got it.

Speaker 2 (15:06):
There we go, Boo. Americans clean this before they go
on vacation. Steven, what do you have their house? Their house?
That is a great guess? It is wrong? Oh okay,
all right, so round.

Speaker 4 (15:20):
One complete now, Steven, what you get to do is
you get a team up with any member of the
show here and if they get it, you get it.

Speaker 2 (15:27):
All right, show panel.

Speaker 4 (15:29):
Forty percent of Americans clean this before they go on vacation, Amy,
how do you feel?

Speaker 3 (15:35):
Not great? Just to be honest, I have no idea,
So I'm making I have two guesses, but not good.

Speaker 2 (15:42):
He shouldn't pick you.

Speaker 3 (15:44):
I mean honestly, if I get one on one ride,
it'd be pretty crazy.

Speaker 5 (15:47):
Lunchbox, I nailed it, like there's nobody else.

Speaker 6 (15:49):
You need to ask, but just look right at me, Steven.
I think that's your name. You win two prizes.

Speaker 7 (15:54):
Eddie, I never get it, but I think I got
this one for you.

Speaker 5 (15:56):
I feel very confident, Mike.

Speaker 2 (15:58):
All right, Steven, who do you want a team up
up with?

Speaker 4 (16:00):

Speaker 2 (16:00):
Of those four?

Speaker 8 (16:02):
Unfortunately, I really like Eddie, But dude, you never get it,
So I'm definitely not going with you.

Speaker 4 (16:09):
I think my wife would probably kill me if I
said your name.

Speaker 6 (16:11):
So Morgan, Morgan, he's gonna go with Okay, your wife's
gon to kill you because you ain't get no money.

Speaker 2 (16:15):
Lunchbox. What you have?

Speaker 5 (16:17):
Their car?

Speaker 2 (16:18):
Uh, that's wrong. So you've been good that amy?

Speaker 3 (16:22):
Uh the doorbell cam.

Speaker 4 (16:24):
Oh, so they can see if someone's coming to rob them.
Make sure it's clean before the great I'm gonna put
you on hold. That's a great guess, Eddie.

Speaker 7 (16:30):
Well, in the suitcase, they got to clean it because
it's about to travel all over the world.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
Their luggage. Yep, that is a great guess.

Speaker 5 (16:35):

Speaker 2 (16:35):
I have their bed sheets and I do it every time.

Speaker 3 (16:38):
Before I leave.

Speaker 2 (16:38):
Okay, here's the thing, Steven.

Speaker 4 (16:40):
One of them got it right, Morgan, Yes, yes, So
you can stay with Morgan who said sheets. You can
go to Amy who said ring cam and Eddie who
said luggage. Now one of the three got it right.
Do you want to stick with Morgan? Yes?

Speaker 2 (16:56):
Oh my gosh, Why couldn't you guys just get that wrong?

Speaker 4 (16:58):
Because now you've got too much pressure on me.

Speaker 11 (17:04):
Oh what do you think, Bobby?

Speaker 4 (17:07):
I think that you have a thirty three chance here
you abandon Stephen, Stephen, you want my opinion? Shoot it.

Speaker 6 (17:14):
Listen, Americans clean their ring doorbell camera. Forty percent of
Americans don't have a ring doorball camera, so that's incorrect.
Luggage you don't clean. Who's ever cleaned their luggage in
their life?

Speaker 5 (17:23):
I have never cleaned it. Sheet is what it is.
That's one hundred percent. Morgan is right. Stick with your answer.
You're going to the winner circle.

Speaker 3 (17:31):
You don't pull every human in America lunchbox.

Speaker 11 (17:34):
I'm gonna have Oh god, can't.

Speaker 4 (17:37):
The question is I agree with lunchbox.

Speaker 7 (17:39):
I'm sticking with.

Speaker 4 (17:42):
Americans clean this before they go on vacation. Morgan, your
answer was that is wrong? Steven, I can get round three.

Speaker 2 (17:50):

Speaker 4 (17:51):
This is your final shot. It's either I give you
one more chance. You got Eddie with luggage, Amy with
doorbell cam.

Speaker 3 (18:00):
I don't know if this is going to help him
or you know not, but what you say, well, this
might help you Eddie because I had two options. I
was choosing between camera and luggage. So if I would
have gone luggage, you'd have two people guessing luggage, and
so that means luggage might be the more appropriate answer.

Speaker 5 (18:17):
Who cleans their luggage?

Speaker 2 (18:18):
You also felt terrible about those.

Speaker 3 (18:21):
You did felt terrible about both of them.

Speaker 4 (18:24):
Still, let's ask lunchbox, Lunchbox, what do you think it is?
Because you've been wrong twice and you can strike out here.

Speaker 6 (18:28):
Well, it has to be Eddie because forty Americans don't
have a ring doorbell camera. So that's just it can't
be that because forty percent of Americans don't have that item.

Speaker 4 (18:38):
Forty Americans clean this before they go on vacation. On Stephen,
what is your guess.

Speaker 2 (18:45):
Lunch the dang it gotta be Eddie, gotta be luggage.

Speaker 4 (18:49):
Everybody's because they.

Speaker 2 (18:51):
Want to look nice when they go on vacation, so
they're going to clean their suitcase make it look nice. Okay, question,
does anyone ever clean their luggage?

Speaker 8 (18:57):

Speaker 2 (18:57):
But I no, no, are you clean it out? Yeah?

Speaker 3 (19:01):
But also I have a question about polling, because my
lunchbox is logic. It's not that everybody in America is
polled and it's factual what they have.

Speaker 2 (19:08):
It's like of those people, the people they can reach
that will.

Speaker 3 (19:10):
Yes, it's forty of that, and they happen to be American.

Speaker 6 (19:13):
I don't have a reamil doorbell camera, so I didn't
know you had to clean it either. But I still
don't think even.

Speaker 2 (19:18):
You're sticking with Eddie and the luggage.

Speaker 7 (19:20):
No, I want to change it.

Speaker 3 (19:23):
Uggage because remember that's Stephen. That's what I had guessed
before I said, camera.

Speaker 2 (19:27):
Stephen, last chance? Are you picking Amy and cam or
Eddie and luggage?

Speaker 7 (19:33):
I better get this right.

Speaker 2 (19:35):
Yeah, we're staying with Eddie Eddie.

Speaker 8 (19:37):
You better get this for once in their life.

Speaker 2 (19:39):
What am I doing, dude?

Speaker 5 (19:40):
I'm telling you I never get it.

Speaker 2 (19:41):
But good about this, Americans clean there, come on luggage.
I feel about Stephen.

Speaker 4 (19:58):
Why Stephen, we have an array of prizes we're to
send you. Hold on the phone, good job. Let's walk
through his hands up Like I told you, he missed
every one. I told you, No, you missed you missed
the first one, you missed the second one.

Speaker 2 (20:09):
Okay, stevens our.

Speaker 4 (20:10):
Winner on the phone is Kim and Missouri. Kim, welcome
to the show. What's going on?

Speaker 11 (20:17):
Well, I got a not early Adoleim. I just want
you guys's opinion on something. So I'm a huge Chris
Stapleton ban and my husband's more of a rock classic
rock band guy. But he decided to surprise me with
Chris Stapleton tickets. And he called me up and said,
I've got good news and I've got bad news. I
got tickets for the concerts for Chris Stapleton, which I

was super excited, and he said, I got a great cheat.
But the bad news is the Saints are not together.
They're in two different sections. So even though I want
to be super excited because they're super sweet of him
to do this, that's weird.

Speaker 3 (20:55):
I'm a little like, I'm little torn.

Speaker 11 (20:57):
I'm how excited I should be?

Speaker 4 (20:58):
Yeah, that's weird. I think depending on how you feel
about it, how he feels about it. First, why would
he do that? Why would he get seats not together?
You can say, well, there were none together, but then
go back a couple sections, like that's what I would do.
I'd rather be with my wife a couple sections back
than alone up front. But is that not typical of
how he feels. Would he just rather have the good
seats and think you'd rather be alone.

Speaker 11 (21:19):
Well, he's a huge concert goer, and he knows how
important it is to see your people up close. And
we've been married thirty five years, so I think part
of it was I'd rather her have a good seat
since she can see him up close. Then it would
be a sitting together, which is very sweet. But I'm
sitting there thinking I'd rather be sitting.

Speaker 8 (21:38):
Next to you.

Speaker 4 (21:39):
So can you not say, why don't we sell these
and buy two together a little farther back? Or would
he be insulted by that?

Speaker 3 (21:46):

Speaker 11 (21:46):
I think it was sold out so quickly that wasn't
even a possibility, and he was so excited that he
got them that I think it was just kind of
in the heat of the moment, Oh my gosh, there's
a seat. I'm going to get that for her, and
I can get me one right next to her, you know,
in the next section over.

Speaker 2 (22:00):
Okay, how do you feel about that? We have fun
by yourself?

Speaker 11 (22:03):
I think so, I mean, like I said, we've been
been together forty years and married thirty five of it.
So what's one night you know that we're not sitting together?

Speaker 4 (22:12):
I guess would you rather sit together a couple sections back?
If you got to choose?

Speaker 3 (22:17):

Speaker 11 (22:17):
Absolutely, Well I wouldn't want to be like, you know,
way back, but yeah.

Speaker 7 (22:22):
I would absolutely.

Speaker 2 (22:23):
When is the show?

Speaker 3 (22:24):
It's Wednesday in Kansas.

Speaker 2 (22:25):
City, Wednesday, like June. Let's see Eleve twelve? Like yeah,
like June twelfth. Oh, hold on, yeah, hold on, Oh,
let me text somebody here. Oh, you're going to the website.

Speaker 5 (22:37):
You want to buy a ticket?

Speaker 2 (22:38):
I'm going to find those together. Oh maybe let me
just send them note here?

Speaker 3 (22:42):
Hold on, Bobby, don't you always say sometimes they Hello, Hey.

Speaker 2 (22:46):
I'm on the air right now.

Speaker 4 (22:47):
I have a caller who has two tickets to Sableton,
but they're separate. Are there any Sableton tickets that I
can have or buy? It doesn't matter where they are.
She doesn't want to send the very back. But do
we have any Do they have any holes for Stapleton?
I can pay for them. It's Kansas City on the twelfth, right, Yeah,
it's Kansas City on the twelfth.

Speaker 2 (23:08):
We let me know. If that's possibility, I will get
her number and I will call her back and let
her know.

Speaker 3 (23:12):
All right.

Speaker 4 (23:12):
Thanks, Okay, so fun fact, Kim Chris and I Chris Stapleton,
I have the same manager. So what I will do
is I just reached out and I will see what
they say. They may say there are none, they may
say there are some.

Speaker 2 (23:26):
I do not know, but I am.

Speaker 4 (23:28):
Happy because I don't think you were calling to ask
for free tickets. I am no more than happy to
see if there are any that I can grab from
my team and hopefully you know, give them to you
or buy them for you.

Speaker 11 (23:40):
Okay, you are amazing, And no, I was just one
of you guys' opinion as to whether I.

Speaker 2 (23:45):
Should be upset or it's weird.

Speaker 4 (23:47):
But if he's a big concert guy and that maybe
he just valued one thing in front of the other,
like the concert experience more than spending time with his
wife on this occasion. But I don't know that I
would think I would just go and have a good time.
But I'm gonna see if I can make it better
for you, and if I can't, I tried, But I'll
call you back.

Speaker 2 (24:06):
Okay, You're amazing.

Speaker 4 (24:08):
Thank you old Ray, get her number and we'll call
her back later today. We'll see what happens. I don't
think she was looking for tickets. Also, I wouldn't want
to go. I've been a concerts by myself.

Speaker 2 (24:16):
That's fine.

Speaker 4 (24:17):
But if I have to, like go to a concert
and I'm split up with the person, I gotta look
for their facial reactions after songs eight rows away, You
see that we like that song that feels weird. Yeah yeah,
So let me see if I can make it better
for her. If I can't, at least we tried. Here's
a voicemail from last night.

Speaker 1 (24:33):
Bobby Bones, congratu a freaking relations You have made Houston
a safer place to drive because this new part one,
Part two of the podcast has been amazing. I don't
have to freakin fiddle with the little timer on the
podcast to see where I left off on the Early

Bird and what minute I need to stroll to and
what segment I've heard haven't heard. It picks up right
where I needed to be. I now have my eyes
on the road longer, and Houston is a safer place
thanks to Bobby Bone. Keep it this way on the podcast, please,
that's our.

Speaker 4 (25:06):
Goal when we did this, it was how do we
make Houston safer? And looks like we've done it? Guys, congratulations, Yes,
thank you, thank you Houston.

Speaker 2 (25:14):
We got you.

Speaker 4 (25:16):
We have taken our podcast. It was we put up
a short version of the show early and then the
full version.

Speaker 2 (25:21):
Now we just go one two. We hope you like it.
We think it's better, and thank you for calling and
giving us feedback.

Speaker 7 (25:26):
There lash your Samy's pile of stories.

Speaker 3 (25:31):
So could you imagine showing up to your first job
interview out of college with your parents with you?

Speaker 1 (25:37):

Speaker 3 (25:37):
Yeah, there's this whole story on fogs where employers are
talking about how interviews have been going lately and so far,
a lot of young people are struggling with eye contact,
unreasonable salary demands, inappropriate language, and nineteen percent of those
recent college grads showed up with their parents to the interview.

Speaker 4 (25:58):
That's crazy, but all that makes so right? Yeah, it's
like it's funny. But like the language. For example, I
have no problem with bad words. Actually I like bad words.
I don't use them, I don't cur however, they don't
bother me at all. But even like pop music, even
like Taylor Swift is sew upfront with the F word,
a lot of the Sabrina Carpenter stuff.

Speaker 2 (26:19):
Just the song is really good.

Speaker 4 (26:20):
Now, that's like the word is in the chorus, Like
I just think it's not even an it's not even
as bad.

Speaker 2 (26:26):
It's like some of the severity of what we thought
words were so there sounds bad to people.

Speaker 3 (26:30):
I'm just trying to figure out how you would even
insert that into an interview.

Speaker 2 (26:33):
I want this job exactly, Yeah, let's go.

Speaker 1 (26:36):

Speaker 4 (26:37):
So there's that the eye contact. I think that's probably
from always phones.

Speaker 3 (26:42):

Speaker 4 (26:42):

Speaker 2 (26:43):
And then what was another one? The parents showing up?
I don't know, what is that?

Speaker 3 (26:47):
Unreasonable salary demands?

Speaker 4 (26:48):
I think you read on the internet what people are
making and it's just not real life. So, I mean,
I don't hate it. We probably had our version of
this too. It's just crazy to us because well what's.

Speaker 3 (26:59):
Crazy to me is these parents actually also think it's
a good idea for them to go. You know, it's
not just the kids want them there, but you think
a parent would.

Speaker 2 (27:06):
Be like, oh, so COVID kids, you know, it's like
two years alive.

Speaker 3 (27:09):
True true. QR codes on headstones are now a thing
thanks to a company called Turning Hearts and pretty much
you get this little medallion for about one hundred bucks
and it'll go on your headstone and then when people
go by, you scan it and then photos and videos
of whoever's in that particular grave will pop up.

Speaker 4 (27:28):
No chance that remains a thing unless they are permanently
as part of the headstone. People will stew them to
switch them up.

Speaker 3 (27:34):
Oh yeah, I assume you the medallion is secured on
the headstone.

Speaker 2 (27:38):
It would have to be.

Speaker 4 (27:39):
And also, QR codes won't be a thing in five years.
That's cool. Code made it a Yeah, we'll probably rotate
to something else when.

Speaker 3 (27:47):
We park, like stuff you QR codes park.

Speaker 2 (27:50):
It'll probably be something in better than our retinas.

Speaker 3 (27:52):
Okay, Oh, I thought this is a pretty cool idea
because you know you're at the grave site.

Speaker 1 (27:57):
It is cool.

Speaker 3 (27:57):
Seymore, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (27:58):
Technology is tricky to do forever because no technology lasts forever.
So as soon as you start as signing technology to
it forever, you tend to not use it anymore. And
it's like, dang, I think I has a cassette player
on his headstone. Nobody even makes a tape.

Speaker 3 (28:10):
Anymore, so there's now an amber alert for dogs and cats.
Like you know, it'll be nationwide and it is free
to all of us.

Speaker 4 (28:18):
Imagine our fogs would be blowing up like crazy. Has
anybody seen Rowdy who's on Third Street?

Speaker 5 (28:26):
I'd be so mad.

Speaker 2 (28:27):

Speaker 3 (28:28):
So it's a free nationwide pet alert service. It's called
a Fido Tabby Alert. And this is what you should
do in addition to micro chipping your pets. So still
do that to your dog, your cat, but this is
like next level and it also involves a QR code.

Speaker 4 (28:42):
This is never going to be can you imagine the
like it does with ours? This is never a work
there there could be some Facebook is a fine place
like for animals. As someone who's lost their animals go
to Facebook, write the neighborhood, hey have you seen my dog?

Speaker 3 (28:56):
And this nationwide. Sometimes the dogs get your ride on.

Speaker 2 (28:59):
A truck to really get the silver alerts.

Speaker 4 (29:01):
Sometimes the old people, Oh yeah, and all of a sudden,
we're gonna get somebody's stray cat.

Speaker 3 (29:05):
Okay, that's it, Yon, maybe that's my file.

Speaker 2 (29:08):
That was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the
good news. Ready.

Speaker 7 (29:17):
Over the last five years, the Stopping Shop food pantry
has donated more than one hundred thousand dollars of healthy
food to an elementary school in Massachusetts. That's awesome, right,
five years they wanted to celebrate that milestone.

Speaker 3 (29:29):
So what did they do.

Speaker 7 (29:30):
They sent Boston Red Sox first baseman Tristan Casas and
gave them all tickets to a game.

Speaker 4 (29:37):
That would be awesome. That would be something you remember
as a kid. Yeah, forever as a kid. And people
that work at the food bank.

Speaker 7 (29:42):
There were students and no, no, no, it's the school students,
faculty and people that were If you were a.

Speaker 4 (29:47):
Kid, you remember that your whole life. Like I remember
when Bozo the Clown came to our school. You're right,
and that wasn't even that big a deal. They're like
nine bozos.

Speaker 2 (29:52):
He just dressed up.

Speaker 4 (29:53):
I remember when our morning show guy came to our
school really mad. I remember when Kaylas brought Donkey basketball
to our school. Yeah, I think about that if as
a major league player.

Speaker 3 (30:04):
Well, now I need to think of something. I remember
the Dare.

Speaker 2 (30:06):
Dog y'all had that we had Dare, but no dare
dog dare to keep you kids off drugs.

Speaker 3 (30:11):
Yeah, the dog would show up in the dog costume and.

Speaker 4 (30:14):
Say like McGruff Yeah, I remember Macgruffy A bite out
of crime? Is that the dear dog?

Speaker 3 (30:20):
I don't know, I just a real dog. The No,
it was in a costume. It was a big dog
in a costume telling us not to do drugs.

Speaker 2 (30:31):
It wasn't a gruff I don't think so.

Speaker 3 (30:33):
Smoking the bear, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (30:36):
Give a who don't pullute? Yeah, okay, good story, thank you.
That's what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
That was telling me something.

Speaker 4 (30:42):
Good. Father's Day is coming up this weekend. Experts say
you're more like your parents than you think. We share
more of our personality traits with our parents than we
previously thought. As you get older, you see it more
and more thoughts.

Speaker 3 (30:54):
Yeah, definitely, I see some of my mom and me
and some of my dad and me, and I'm working
through it.

Speaker 2 (31:05):
What about the good?

Speaker 3 (31:06):
Sorry, I know I went negative immediately, but yeah, I
do see some of the good things too. Mannerisms for
me as well, like just things that I do with
my feet and like I've had that with my mom
all the time.

Speaker 4 (31:17):
Yeah, like I would do the tongue. I do the
tongue thing still when I write my tongue. My grandma
did that, and I wonder if that was genetic or
me as a baby. My grandma raised me for a
lot of my life. And then when I leave work
every day, that's me feeling like my biological father to me.
I just leave, boy, Yeah, that's why if I just leave. Yeah,
thank you, lunchbox. You look like your parents.

Speaker 5 (31:40):
Uh yeah. My wife tells me all the time.

Speaker 2 (31:42):
It's a perfect smash together of the two.

Speaker 6 (31:44):
She's like, oh, my gosh, that is exactly how your
dad would say that, or your mom stands like that,
your mom would use her hands in that way.

Speaker 2 (31:50):
And I'm like, oh really, so I don't know, Eddie.
Oh yeah, it's strange.

Speaker 7 (31:53):
And even now watching my own kids and seeing them
act like me do things that I do.

Speaker 5 (31:57):
That's crazy, dude.

Speaker 2 (31:59):
Father's say coming up any big plans? Nothing I know,
and maybe surprise, I don't know.

Speaker 4 (32:04):
The memes are always funny, where it's like dad gets
a day off and gets to go play golf and
drink beer and hang out and watch games with buddies
and mom has to fingerpaint for four hours or three
kids on Mother's Day.

Speaker 5 (32:14):
Right, that's so true.

Speaker 2 (32:15):
Funny, All right, Now, let's get to the Morning Corny,
The Mourning Corny.

Speaker 3 (32:22):
What do you do if you get rejected at the
Sunscreen Company?

Speaker 2 (32:28):
What do you do if you get rejected the Sun's
Screen Company?

Speaker 3 (32:31):

Speaker 2 (32:32):
That's pretty nice, That's pretty fine. That was The Morning Corny.

Speaker 4 (32:41):
The World AI Creator Awards, they're having AI Beauty pageant.
There's a segment called what is this Crap? And I'd
like to add one You're crazy? So they basically have
created AI hot chicks.

Speaker 7 (32:55):
But I mean they must be really beautiful because like,
but it's anything's possible.

Speaker 2 (33:00):
What do you mean it's so creepy, so creepy? What
do you mean anything's possible? What does that mean? This
is AI?

Speaker 7 (33:07):
So it's the most perfect human being that you can create.

Speaker 2 (33:11):
Competing against each other, there's now a top ten that
made define what is this crap?

Speaker 3 (33:16):
Sorry? Is it all women or men included?

Speaker 2 (33:18):
It's all women. It's all like dudes and they're big
boobe bigger.

Speaker 5 (33:22):
So who votes?

Speaker 4 (33:23):
So they were picked from fifteen hundred applicants submitted by
AI content creators, a panel of human Android judges, AI Judge,
and the AI weird I'm out of the top ten.
America didn't make the cut.

Speaker 2 (33:37):
What is this crap? Double?

Speaker 4 (33:40):
What is this? Rocco Brazil, Portugal, France, India, Romania, France, Turkey, Turkey, Bangladesh.
Turkey's got two And so basically they just created hot
chicks and we're having a beauty paget and the winner
gets money.

Speaker 3 (33:52):
But that aisy they're voting, so humans aren't.

Speaker 2 (33:55):
Like droids and humans.

Speaker 5 (34:00):
This is where you lose me. This is where people
have gone off the rails like that.

Speaker 6 (34:04):
People would actually give money to this, to the winner, Like, hey, guys,
you know what I'm arning some fifty thousand dollars. Why, well,
I'm having a beauty pageant for AI chicks.

Speaker 2 (34:11):
Like what they do look real? That's crazy. Go look
at my computer.

Speaker 5 (34:15):
I'm gonna go.

Speaker 3 (34:16):
I mean, it is a talent that they're able to
create this, but they're.

Speaker 2 (34:20):
Gonna naked close, But do they have edition a business?

Speaker 4 (34:27):
Like he's falling in love an AI model? Yeah, go
to the next one. This one is Zara Shavari. Go ahead,
go to the next one. Alanna Rainbow and she's in
like Runner, a Runners outfit with rainbow hair in Central Park.

Speaker 2 (34:47):
Yeah, and that looks like a real person lunch. It
looks like it look like real people do I mean,
like at him. He's starting to like it.

Speaker 6 (34:54):
It is so baffling because you told me, hey, I
got this chick I want you to meet.

Speaker 3 (34:59):
I'll be like, okay, like you would think that was
a real much box.

Speaker 4 (35:02):
Look at this one. Scroll scroll up, scroll up, Look
right there, Look at her. She's in a fighter jet.

Speaker 3 (35:08):

Speaker 5 (35:10):
I don't think she's one of the hottest ones.

Speaker 8 (35:12):
But they're not real.

Speaker 4 (35:15):
You don't like the car salesman, No, that was okay,
find which one is the hottest to you? Oh boy,
if you were judging this man, if I'm judging, yeah,
which one do you give the crown of miss a

I to im?

Speaker 2 (35:37):
I go to that one? Yeah?

Speaker 5 (35:38):
What's her name?

Speaker 2 (35:40):
Her name is Ann Curti.

Speaker 7 (35:43):
It's not a number like Z seven one two.

Speaker 2 (35:45):
It probably wasn't some point.

Speaker 5 (35:46):
Where is Ann Curti from?

Speaker 4 (35:48):
Ann Curti is from. She has used her platform to
teach social media followers the importance of world care.

Speaker 2 (35:54):
And she's French. Okay, but she's not real man.

Speaker 7 (35:58):
But you know you like, that's gotta be tough because
we base beauty on just so many different things. And
how do you can how are you going to create
the most beautiful person.

Speaker 2 (36:05):
What is this crap?

Speaker 3 (36:08):
I don't know.

Speaker 4 (36:10):
If lunchbox let's say the age, No, no, let's say
she were like he's like for five bucks, No, I'll
do do what like on on cam?

Speaker 2 (36:19):
If the A I would do whatever you like? Would
you spend money? If no?

Speaker 7 (36:22):

Speaker 4 (36:22):
No, no, no no.

Speaker 2 (36:26):
He's slowly convincing himself that maybe that's the case. But
what's the difference in that and a real woman? If
it's not you, if they look.

Speaker 6 (36:34):
They're real, because I know it's that that is a
dude sitting behind his computer in person.

Speaker 5 (36:42):
I mean that's weird.

Speaker 4 (36:44):
Okay, just making sure we'll post this link up on
our Facebook page. But the world AI Beauty patchan yeah.

Speaker 2 (36:50):
Go vote.

Speaker 6 (36:50):
I would like to see who who the people would
vote for.

Speaker 4 (36:53):
I think it's going to depend on what part of
the country you're from or what's like your thing. Because
there's one woman she's like totally dressed as a fighter pilot.
She's and she has red hair, but she's like in battle,
and like, I think some dudes would be into that scene,
just like the next woman isn't like a BMW dealership
selling cars. If you're in cars. That's probably your thing
because she's near these crazy, awesome cars.

Speaker 3 (37:13):
This is gonna make the catfishing stuff even more difficult.
Like if this is more prevalent and available to just
everyday people, if they can start maybe even you know,
buying their own little AI person. Because I'm listening to
this podcast right now where this girl got catfish by
this guy, but it's really like her best friend acting
like this guy for three years. It's crazy.

Speaker 2 (37:33):
Well would she do that to her best friend?

Speaker 10 (37:35):

Speaker 3 (37:35):
Because she's crazy.

Speaker 6 (37:36):
Have you ever watched Catfish the TV show right me
on MTV?

Speaker 5 (37:39):
Oh, they do it all the time.

Speaker 3 (37:40):
But what I'm saying is they have to go to
the internet and steal pictures of real life humans and
create a profile, right well, and then you can there's
people start to find out and they're like, wait, that's
somebody else in the other part of the country. If
it's AI and that person ever existed, then you know
your risk of getting busted is lower.

Speaker 4 (37:58):
The new version of a they're about to release, I
was listening to Ashton Coacher talk about it and he's like, well,
you'll have personalized movies.

Speaker 2 (38:05):
You just say, hey, I want this kind of movie.
Here and a I'll just be able to create a movie.

Speaker 3 (38:09):
Well that is weird, but not things weird.

Speaker 2 (38:14):
They've seen versions of it. He's very like investor and
a bunch of tech stuff.

Speaker 3 (38:19):
How do you feel about that?

Speaker 4 (38:21):
I don't fight any sort of techno technological advances. I
just kind of roll with them, because you can't fight them.

Speaker 7 (38:27):
If we created ais of ourselves and they did the show,
would we still get paid?

Speaker 2 (38:32):
I like that probably less sure, but they come to
work every day. It depends. I don't want to trust it.
That's crazy, said.

Speaker 4 (38:39):
All right, So anyway, that's my version. This is the
second time we've ever done it of what is this
crap the AI beauty pageant? And also double because America.

Speaker 2 (38:46):
Is not even in it.

Speaker 4 (38:48):
American flag, hot dogs not good at it.

Speaker 2 (38:51):
Come on, Zach Brown is on with us. So how
did you get into freaking spearfishing?

Speaker 12 (38:58):
I went to the Bahamas in this old bohemian guy
that was there. It's like a legend. Guy took me
spearfishing one time. It's like fourteen years ago, and I
just fell in love with it. I feel like you're
challenging your your breath, You're challenging the ocean. You're challenging
the fish, you're challenging the weather. It's like it's this
whole thing. But for me, it's one of the activities.
When I'm doing that, when I'm diving down, there's no chatter.

Chatter doesn't exist, so you're you're only in that moment
and it's so primal and you're so just connected to
the ocean and nothing else, and you feel small in
the greatest possible way.

Speaker 2 (39:31):
Do you have trouble sleeping? Generally no, unaided You can
just go to sleep.

Speaker 12 (39:37):
I take I take magnesium three and eight and magnesium stuff.
You know, Like I say, I don't know, you can
go to sleep?

Speaker 2 (39:44):
Yeah, yeah, I would think a guy like I, I
don't really.

Speaker 4 (39:49):
I don't feel like I have anxiety in any way
until I fall asleep and then I wake up, and
I feel like that's when it kind of sits and
wakes it because I don't feel anxious.

Speaker 12 (39:58):
Like I'm rocking. Yeah, yeah, I get a lot done.
Yeah well yeah, I have an overactive brain for sure.
But and so my thing for me, you may tell
you a secret that a lot of people don't know. Well,
if it's gonna be a secret, I'll turn a mike off. Yeah,
well it's okay, We'll leave it on all right, and
whatever judgment might be out there. I use a pea
bottle through the night to just pee in the bottle,
pee in the bottle, because I got used to doing

that when I'm touring, because you're riding. You know, we
played three four shows in a row, so sleeping on
my bus, the bus is going down the road during
that day. For my voice, I drank two gallons of water.
So through the night I'm gonna pee like two or
three times. So I have to get my pea bottle
right by the bed, So get and you peeing it. Yeah,
if you get up on a moving bus, and I
have an overactive brain anyway, you get up, you stub

your toe, you bash your head in the wall, you're awake,
and then it throws you off. So for people that
have to do that, they make nice big ones with lids.
So it's not doesn't stink, it doesn't spill. It's like
you know the deal, but you.

Speaker 2 (40:53):
Can't promise it doesn't stink. It may not spill.

Speaker 12 (40:55):
Well, I'm not saying you stick, you're facing it. I'm
just saying it to someone. If someone else was around.
It's not like you're gonna smell this thing happening, and
I rent it out every day. But little things man
another one.

Speaker 2 (41:05):
Step ahead of that. I just stay dehydrated.

Speaker 8 (41:08):
That's that's not an option for me.

Speaker 2 (41:10):
You never got to get up and pee if you're dehydrated.

Speaker 8 (41:12):
That's true. And it's brown, right, that's right.

Speaker 2 (41:14):
Uh, it's all different colors. Yeah, it's never sometimes bloody.

Speaker 4 (41:17):
Okay, it's never bloody. Okiddy, what's the other trick? You're
about to tell me another one? Give me another one.

Speaker 12 (41:21):
So as a singer, you seen that pure gum. It's like,
you know, no no sweet no bad sweetener or whatever,
yeah and whatever. So this is a thing that I
learned because I'll sleep on the bus and i'd wake up.
If I wake up on my back with my mouth
open and I've been breathing and it's you know, it's
sucking all the moisture out of the air. There's like
three percent humidity. My throat will be dry and I'd
lose my voice the next day. So I sleep with

eight pieces of gum in my mouth when I sleep
at night, and it keeps saliva keeps going, it keeps
my throat from drying out.

Speaker 2 (41:49):
That's interesting. I think I would choke because.

Speaker 8 (41:51):
I have well, it's a big enough piece.

Speaker 12 (41:52):
It's not just like a little one where it's going
to come out and be stuck in my beard or
something like that. So I you know, there's a little
like they look like chick lits or whatever, but it's
like healthy gum gum. Yeah, I chew the gum. So
I sleep with that in my mouth now, and that
keeps me from getting dried out. It keeps me from
losing my voice. So basically, if I'm just playing guitar
or building knives or whatever I'm doing, I can go.

Speaker 8 (42:12):
I can go on no sleep.

Speaker 12 (42:13):
I can do that for a week or two at
a time. If what I'm just saying, like, if you
get four hours of sleep at night, it's fine. Your
voice is like taking care.

Speaker 8 (42:21):
Of a baby.

Speaker 2 (42:22):
If you can do that and still have a voice.

Speaker 12 (42:24):
No, I'm saying I can't my voice. Taking care of
my voice is like taking care of a body.

Speaker 4 (42:29):
Got it.

Speaker 12 (42:29):
If I don't sleep, if I don't nap, if I
don't hidrate, if I don't chew my gum, if I
don't use my pea bottle to keep from waking up
in the middle of the night. If I don't do
all of those things, if I don't do my CARDI
so I have a regimen, like before I go.

Speaker 8 (42:41):
You know, when I get up in the morning on
the road, I'll go.

Speaker 12 (42:44):
Do something in the city for a few hours, come back,
take a nap, I wake up, I eat something, I
work out to wake my voice back up again, and
then I come back in. I do a steam shower
to hidrate my voice. I've been drinking water all day
with this. Then I'll get en up, do my meet
and greet, say hey everybody or whatever. Then I come
do my vocal warm ups with my vocal coachs. Then

I do my vocal warm ups with my band, and
then we play the show. If any of that gets
screwed up, if I don't get enough sleep, if I
don't hydrate, any of those pieces don't fall in line,
I'm gonna lose my voice.

Speaker 4 (43:13):
Okay, but how much of that is your mind making
you lose your voice versus your body? Going I didn't
get what I needed, I'm losing my voice.

Speaker 8 (43:20):
Oh, it's one hundred percent your body like it. It's
not a my mind.

Speaker 2 (43:24):
I don't think that a bit of your mind.

Speaker 4 (43:25):
If you miss one of them, you're gonna because I
freak out all the time about sleep because I've to
talk for five hours a day, just just the morning
part of the show, right, I freak out about sleep.
But if I freak out a whole lot, it then
manifest itself and meat like my body start not to
sleep the first or second time, but my psychological issue
then manifest itself into me losing my voice, which was

what I was scared about to begin with, which wouldn't happened.

Speaker 2 (43:49):
I had enough freaked out about it.

Speaker 12 (43:50):
Right right, Well, your cortisol, I was like us could
go up from stress to where you're like affecting your
wellness for that day or whatever. The sleep cocktail that
I take is Magneesium three and eight, which I learn
this from Andrew Huberman. I don't know if you listen
to his podcast. He's brilliant physically.

Speaker 4 (44:03):
You guys remind me of each other, Like he's all
tatted up and like, yeah, I think it's super smart,
and he talks like you and you're like, oh, guys
are actually really smart and can beat me up.

Speaker 8 (44:11):
That sucks.

Speaker 2 (44:12):
That's how that's what I feel about with you, yet
go ahead.

Speaker 12 (44:15):
So I take magnees in three and eight, which is
the only magnesium that breaks the blood brain barrier, so
it actually relaxes your mind as well as your body
when you're sleeping. And then I take theenine l theenine,
and then I use this other little score bottles called
Lepo Calm, and it's like Quicksilver Labs makes the stuff
and it's I could turn you onto it. So if
I do those things thirty minutes after I take those

or whatever, I'll feel more tired. But also if I've
gotten my workouts and my stretching and everything in that day,
I'm also kind of there if I don't. And caffeine
is a big thing for me too, So I can't
drink caffeine on show days at all because it's a diuretic.
It makes you flush water, which makes you dehydrated. So
you know, the amount of caffeine that you take, and
doing it earlier in the day is good rather than

later because that disserves myself.

Speaker 8 (45:00):
It makes me.

Speaker 12 (45:00):
I feel caffeine in my teeth if I drink like
a big latte or something like, I feel it in
my teeth a mile like my teeth feel tighter, weird.
It's like a weird thing, like it affects me. So
I'm sensitive to those kind of chemicals. But if I
take my sleep cocktail and I've worked out that day
and I've kind of you know, an the other thing
is just like trying to reduce the stress. Like that's
what Covid did for me, because having nineteen businesses and

trying to stay on top of those things and just it's.

Speaker 8 (45:25):
A matter of math.

Speaker 12 (45:25):
If you have great people and there's only drawing my
five percent of the time, when you have two hundred
and fifty people, there's always eleven people that have a
problem and you have to help deal with that problem.
So the less brain damage that I put myself through,
the better I am, the less quartersol that I have,
and the more chill that I'm.

Speaker 8 (45:41):
Going to be, So that helps you to sleep as well.

Speaker 12 (45:44):
So you know, if I focus on the things, that
is just the absolute best use of my time and
and the things that I enjoy spirit fishing.

Speaker 8 (45:51):
I also really enjoy playing Fortnite.

Speaker 4 (45:54):
I like to play Madden. I play my friends only
my friends, but I lay Madden too. But I play
and it's the only time I can really that and
like pickleballs, when I can turn my brain off and
that's it.

Speaker 12 (46:02):
I would go down to my art trainer and I
would play Madden for an hour and while I'm on
the art trainer, like just moving my feet playing a
game of Madden.

Speaker 8 (46:09):
So in my head, I'm going down to play Madden.

Speaker 12 (46:11):
But then that turned into Fortnite and so now I play,
and I got a bunch of my friends are telling
me that I need to stream and do that stuff too.
It's but playing with my kids and then playing with
my friends all over that play and that's not something
I sit around the house doing all day like I
do that usually at night when after everything's kind of done.
But that's a great escape for me as well because
it's competitive and you get better at it as you

as you go and do those things.

Speaker 8 (46:34):
But so that's that's a fun thing that I like
to do.

Speaker 4 (46:39):
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 Podcasts 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. If you have a Secon,

go for and check out the new Bobbycast Zach Brown
An Hour with Zach Brown.

Speaker 2 (47:05):
It's pretty cool. After you listen to this, go listen
to Zach Brown podcast. It's really good. Bobbycast. Thank you.
All right, this is the end of the first half
of the podcast.

Speaker 3 (47:13):
Mister bos
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