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July 9, 2024 43 mins

Find out how Bobby will be living out his "boyhood dreams" this week! Plus, we share a list of passive aggressive phrases you should eliminate from your vocabulary and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Wake up, Wake up in the mall, and the turn
the radio, and the Dodgers already in lunchbox. Morgan too,
Steve Bread and trying to put you through the fog.
He's running this week's next bite. The Bobby's on the box,
so you know what this.

Speaker 2 (00:27):
The Bobby Ball.

Speaker 3 (00:29):
I come in today only a part of what I
was yesterday. I have bruises and cuts all over my shins.
I'm way less of a man.

Speaker 4 (00:36):
Thank god.

Speaker 3 (00:37):
My wife didn't see me fall. She had had the
total ick and she had never wanted to be with
me again.

Speaker 5 (00:40):
How you fall?

Speaker 3 (00:41):
It was dark and I have this like mini trampoline
that I like warm up on my rebounder. Yeah, that's
exactly what it is. My ankles and because I have
tended eyes on my feet and ankles. And it was
in the walkway, completely dark. I'm walking, it's black. The
whole thing's black. Right in my right at the mid
part of the shin boom hit it.

Speaker 4 (01:03):
It was dark and it was black, and I didn't
look down.

Speaker 3 (01:05):
It's the house hit it and I fall on it
like on my shoulder and then wipe out and hit
the ground and I go oh, I made like a weird.
It wasn't even like a manly grunt. It wasn't even
like a eh. It's like a hybrid. Like I'm hurting,
I'm embarrassed, but don't save me because I'm embarrassed. And
I laid on the ground and the dogs came over

to look at my face, and I got up. I
hobbled back to bed. I didn't say anything till this morning,
and I was like, hurt myself last night. She's like,
how look at my shins. She was still asleep, and
she goes, oh, that's not good. And I was like yeah,
And now I left the house. I came in this
morning and I'm all beat up.

Speaker 6 (01:42):
But did you tell her I tripped over the mini
trampoline or you just said.

Speaker 4 (01:45):
You hurt yourself?

Speaker 3 (01:46):
She'll no, I was on my phone probably, Oh no,
I was looking at my phone.

Speaker 4 (01:50):
If you're sho but it's dark, I didn't see it.
I walk on my phone, look at my phone all
the time. When walk into the house, wiped out hard.
And when you hit something when you pipe out and
you don't know what's there.

Speaker 3 (02:02):
And again I fell twice, boom shoulder on trampolaine, boom
back on the ground and it's hard to bruise a
shin that's a bone.

Speaker 4 (02:10):
But anyway, I'm in today. Do when you hear your
shin that hurts so bad?

Speaker 7 (02:13):

Speaker 3 (02:13):
I thought this should MAE Disney movie. I thought, oh,
you thought through it. I'm still fighting right now. This
is the middle of the movie. Like, do I uh
fight through the pain and finish the show?

Speaker 5 (02:22):
Yeah, I'm inspired.

Speaker 4 (02:23):
Yeah, let's toe everybody.

Speaker 3 (02:25):
It hurt real bad and I haven't fallen that hard
in a non athletic place in a long time.

Speaker 5 (02:32):
So I didn't tell you all this.

Speaker 6 (02:33):
When I had that dumpster like a while back and
I was cleaning out things, it's kind of high up
and I had to like throw things over to see
if it would land there. I later learned there's a
door and you can open it and then just put
stuff in it throwing it. And I was throwing this
big piece of wood and I thought it made it over,
and it didn't, and it came back and hit me

in the face.

Speaker 3 (02:55):
But I came in, didn't go all the way hung
and then came back. It boomeranged on you.

Speaker 5 (03:01):
Yeah, it bounced back and came back so fast.

Speaker 6 (03:04):
It just whacked me in the face, but I came
in and I never told y'all and I worked.

Speaker 3 (03:08):
Dang, you fought through it. Yeah, that's a prequel to
MI Wow. After the ends, it's like, oh but like
a month ago. Yeah, listen to this. I want to
go to down in Massachusetts. Hey, Dawn, So it's dark
in your house? What happens to you?

Speaker 8 (03:23):
So I've got up at like four thirty in the
morning to go to the bathroom, and I tripped over
my dog and I fell into my wicka hamper and
I broke two ribs.

Speaker 4 (03:35):
Oh my gosh, she broke to what ribs?

Speaker 3 (03:39):
Oh, because that's just hitting in an awkward like hitting
the ground wrong or hitting the hamper wrong. Oh that sucks.
Ribs suck because you can't do anything about it. I've
broken a couple of rip No, I've only cracked a
couple of ribs, not fully broken. And it ord a
debreathe and you can't do anything about it.

Speaker 5 (03:55):
You just let it heal.

Speaker 7 (03:56):

Speaker 4 (03:57):
Uh, and don how are you now? How long ago
is this?

Speaker 8 (04:00):
It was like a year and a half ago And
I'm better now.

Speaker 4 (04:03):
So miserable, right.

Speaker 8 (04:06):
Miserable For like months, I couldn't like laugh, I couldn't
like everything hurt, moving hurt, like sitting at my desk art, everything.

Speaker 3 (04:13):
Hurt and it's not the dog's fault. But you want
to blame something, so you're like, sparky, Come on, why
are you in the spot you're always in when it's dark? Yeah,
that stinks. I'm sorry to hear that, Domin. I'm glad
you're better. Thanks for calling.

Speaker 2 (04:25):
Yeah, thank you.

Speaker 4 (04:26):
I see letter. Joanna is on right now.

Speaker 3 (04:29):
Hey, Joanna, tell me your story.

Speaker 2 (04:33):
Well, I was walking to the Redroom on New Year's
Eve and I tripped on a shoe, twisted my ankle,
I fell, I broke it, and when I went to
the orthopedic surgeon the next day, I had broke my foot, ankle,
and leg because you stepped on.

Speaker 4 (04:53):
A shoe that you didn't see there.

Speaker 2 (04:55):
Yeah, just a shoe. But now I have a plate,
six screws, and two bowl in my ankle.

Speaker 4 (05:02):
Oh my, I'm not getting die after hearing this. Yeah,
I don't know.

Speaker 6 (05:08):
I just feel like some of this maybe stuff was
already a little bit off, you know, and then something
just finally did it in because that chripping.

Speaker 4 (05:16):
Over is what are you saying about her?

Speaker 5 (05:17):
Nothing about her?

Speaker 6 (05:18):
I think they just it's more of I don't know,
paying Like sometimes you step off a curb and you
were just walking like normal, and you buckle and fall
and hurt yourself and you're like, why in the world
did that happen?

Speaker 4 (05:28):
But I can subscribe to that in part.

Speaker 3 (05:29):
I also subscribe to the theory of I will drop
my phone thirty times from high places. Nothing, but if
you drop it exactly at the right angle from exactly
it's like the purpose.

Speaker 5 (05:40):
Right, But did those the thirty previous drops?

Speaker 4 (05:42):
Because I don't really drop it thirty times.

Speaker 6 (05:44):
Okay, I'm just saying previous drops. Maybe like loosen something
up a little bit.

Speaker 4 (05:49):
I think it can be the angle that you hit.
I think, hey, I think both can be true.

Speaker 5 (05:53):
I did.

Speaker 3 (05:54):
I've learned in therapy two things you can be true.

Speaker 4 (05:57):

Speaker 5 (05:58):
Well, for me, it is like four things.

Speaker 3 (06:00):
I'm so black or white. It's like I've got to
commit I'm going only A. Not that A has to
be right, but I've committed only A until it proves
to me A isn't right, and then I will go
to B and so.

Speaker 4 (06:15):
Especially therapy that my wife and I go to. We
had a breakthrough yesterday. It was crazy. I almost started
crying couples therapy. I've never done that.

Speaker 3 (06:22):
And then I told my wife after I was like,
I almost start crying, and she was like, what, wow,
good for you. She goes, well, don't don't feel I
didn't see it. You're okay because I don't. You know,
I don't have a masculinity problem. I have a vulnerability problem.

Speaker 5 (06:37):
How long have you all been going to the other?

Speaker 4 (06:39):
How long we're going together?

Speaker 6 (06:40):
Yeah, to a couple's.

Speaker 4 (06:43):
Therapy we started immediately.

Speaker 5 (06:45):
I mean, okay, well.

Speaker 6 (06:47):
Yeah, that's an if that's a safe space, you should
let it out there.

Speaker 4 (06:52):
No, yeah, I know.

Speaker 3 (06:55):
Let me get to my point because I almost cracked
and it's a vulnerability thing. And therapy has shown me
that I can be disappointed and so can she. We
can be disappointed, for example, that we did not get
to go on our vacation because she got sick. Nobody's fault.
But we can also we really enjoyed the week that
we spent at home. You can have two emotion at

the same time, and that might be elementary for some people,
but for me, I'm like not familiar. I usually I'm
only either a disappointed or b you know, what we
didn't get to go, but this is pretty good. But
I am allowing myself to have multiple emotions. We yesterday
we're talking about this is a couple therapy, and we've
gone since even I guess' right when we got married

and it was just like I think, it was like,
what what do I look for in like my partner,
my wife? And I was like, I don't know, I
just like her being there. And it was like, I've
never had anybody consistently there, So that to me is
like the highest level of what I look for, just
somebody existing and constant, because that's never happened to me

in my life before.

Speaker 5 (08:03):
On a personal level level.

Speaker 3 (08:05):
I mean really any level as far as like somebody
that I just knew was going to be there regardless
of what happened. And so yeah, family, you know, never
had anybody like that I even dated.

Speaker 4 (08:17):
And then I'm I'm like, man, I didn't even think
about this.

Speaker 3 (08:19):
And I went and I and I helped fell myself
choke up, and I was like, yeah, that's it, take
a drink, water, moved on.

Speaker 9 (08:27):
That's that's why I hold it in.

Speaker 4 (08:29):
Thank you.

Speaker 6 (08:30):
Did she have to answer what she looks for? You,
But I guess that's her person. I know, I guess yeah, Yeah.

Speaker 2 (08:38):

Speaker 4 (08:41):
Carry you. Yeah, only if you carry a purse every day. Yeah,
but you can. You can just hit the ground in
an odd way and then all of a sudden.

Speaker 6 (08:53):
And you can have a little breakthrough at therapy and
all of a sudden.

Speaker 4 (08:56):
That's it. Let me do a Robert at North Carolina
real quick?

Speaker 2 (09:00):
Are you on the air morning studio?

Speaker 10 (09:05):
We have an old fashioned country quilt rack and it
has always been in our bedroom, but we switched to
a king sized bed because we have grandchildren. Anyways, so
I moved to quilt rock to the end of the
bed where it never was. I got up at the
middle of the night to go to the bathroom and
my husband is six ' four and he had stretched
out that night and kicked over the and all he

heard was damn. And then he goes, what's wrong? I said,
I don't know. So I went in, went to the bathroom,
got up next morning and my shins were bruised where
I had fallen on the wooden quilt rock. Yes, it's
all his fault. It always is.

Speaker 4 (09:44):
If you would have been six four or what never happened.

Speaker 6 (09:48):
Kind of is the grandchildren's fault of the grandchildren. Yeah,
they got a kingside bed, so the kids come in
there and they had to move the quilt thing.

Speaker 5 (09:55):
There's a lot.

Speaker 3 (09:56):
Of people everybody, But thank you, Rebert. I hope you
have a great day. Yes, oh yeah, yes, all right,
bye bye, all right, thank you.

Speaker 4 (10:06):
Let's go with the news Bobby's stories.

Speaker 3 (10:11):
As of November last year, the average lifespan for men
in the United States was just over seventy three years,
six years less than women. Women are about seventy nine.
So men's seventy three, women seventy nine. And they say
every and this is about drinking and life expectancy if
you drink, and your lifestyle obviously can plays a huge
role in determining whether you'll hit that seventy three.

Speaker 4 (10:33):
Also, genetics huge role. Like we play with the hand.
We're delt.

Speaker 3 (10:38):
We're delt, but we just try to make a better
hand out of the hand we're delt, all.

Speaker 6 (10:41):
Right, Because sometimes you've lived to one hundred and one
and the news is like, tell us what you've done
and bearon bacon.

Speaker 4 (10:46):
Smoking cigarettes and yeah, yeah, I agree.

Speaker 3 (10:50):
According to their research, having just two alcoholic drinks per
week could a race between five to six days off
your life?

Speaker 4 (10:56):
Everybody six d every time you have two drinks a week.
Oh yeah, yeah, I'm.

Speaker 3 (11:05):
So And that I mean, is is that a good
trade off? Like a couple couple couple party days to
lose six days of your life at the end, or maybe.

Speaker 4 (11:13):
Your quality life isn't so good?

Speaker 9 (11:15):
Oh man, I don't know. You got me this rethink
and this drinking thing.

Speaker 4 (11:19):
Well, good for you.

Speaker 3 (11:20):
You've kind of peaked and so when you do it,
you still go hard, but you don't do it as much.

Speaker 9 (11:25):
Right, But man, that means I'm making knocking six days
off of gosh.

Speaker 3 (11:29):
Now again, this is it for everybody, because genetics play
a big role. For some people, it could be nine days,
ten days. But folk, you'll say that, well genetics. Again,
a lot of people are like, just live the healthiest
life and you'll live forever.

Speaker 4 (11:40):
Not true.

Speaker 3 (11:40):
Some people are born genetically extremely skinny and they can't
put on weight, or they're born extremely overweight and it's
ten times more difficult to lose weight. And I think
sometimes that's lost on the society we live in. We
just look at people and judge them without going Man,
a lot of stuff that were dealt can't really get

rid of that. We can try to manipulate it a bit,
but it's hard that if everybody in your I have
a bunch of cancer in my family, everybody my family
has cancer, Odds are at some point I have to
fight some something.

Speaker 4 (12:12):
Odds are in that that area.

Speaker 6 (12:16):
Yeah, I have to change that narrative in my brain
all the time. Like I tell myself that story too,
because it is true with both my parents and I'm
my grandparents and I'm like, ugh, I freak out about cancer.
But then I'm like, no, I'm not going to freak
out about it because I'm not going to get it.
I'm not going to get cancer.

Speaker 4 (12:32):
I like that. Yeah, I know. I like that.

Speaker 5 (12:34):
You think that I am. My body is gonna.

Speaker 3 (12:36):
And maybe you were teetering on the borderline anyway, but
you're leading such a healthy lifestyle that whatever the factors
that got to your family will.

Speaker 5 (12:42):
Not get to you potentially.

Speaker 4 (12:44):
Yeah, no, you can't be potential now. But then agree like,
I'm not getting cancer.

Speaker 5 (12:47):
I know, I know, I I It's like a seesaw.

Speaker 3 (12:51):
I'm like addiction addiction with me right, Yeah, I know
my mom died of it.

Speaker 4 (12:56):
My uncle died of it. Other family members died of it.
I know it's in me.

Speaker 3 (13:02):
I feel that I get addicted to things big time,
like your phone.

Speaker 4 (13:07):
I don't think I'm adicted in my phone.

Speaker 3 (13:09):
I love it, I love There's a difference in loving
something to be addicted to it. I'm addicted right now
to sports cards, looking them up, buying them, trading them
like I can feel the addiction there. I'm addicted in
my phone. I use my phone to look at sports
cards exactly. I've given up my phone.

Speaker 4 (13:28):
For multiple days. I'm fine, but.

Speaker 3 (13:31):
If I have the access to it, It's like work
on vacation. Because I didn't have access to you, guys,
i'd have access to I was just at home.

Speaker 4 (13:38):
I didn't care. I was good. I didn't really.

Speaker 3 (13:40):
Feel the need to just like work, work work. If
you gave me one little pathway to get some stuff done,
I would have. But I didn't have it, so I
was fine. It's like my phone. You take it away,
I miss it, but I'm okay.

Speaker 6 (13:51):
Put your memorabiliy right now. You take that away? Will
you be okay right now?

Speaker 9 (13:55):

Speaker 3 (13:55):
I'm deep deep Hawk to a girl back in the
news paid thirty thousand bucks for an appearance at the
hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida.

Speaker 4 (14:03):
She was also honored for hitting one million Instagram followers.
What did she do at her appearance? Like just you
don't want to know? No, So I was like, what
in the world? No, not that? Not that you do?

Speaker 3 (14:13):
For those that not to just meet people, probably get
up and go hawk to a spin on that thing.
For those that don't know, we talked about on the
podcast yesterday. If you subscribe to the podcast, you hear
the radio show. We do a bunch more other than
just the radio show. We could talk about things on
the podcast that we can't really get into here because
of like federal rules. And I've already been finding a
million bucks. I don't want to walk down that road again.
But she said hawk to a like hawker to a

spin on that thing talking about an act, a sexual act.
And it was just a joke, but she went wildly
viral and now she got a million followers. She's famous,
she got an agent, got paid thirty thousand bucks for
an appearance. Life is good. It's just it'd be tough
to be her aunt and uncle and grandma and grandpa.

Speaker 4 (14:54):

Speaker 3 (14:54):
I know, I've watched the videos, like I'm rooting for
because she doesn't not deserve it. She did something capitalize
on it. She has a brief period to capitalize on
as much as possible. I'm hoping she finds something that
she's good at and can do for a long time
while she has this little bit of shine for a

limited time.

Speaker 6 (15:17):
My sister was at Zach Bryan when she came out
on stage there, but she was she didn't know who
she was, and for a minute she thought, I think
someone from the crowd has gotten on stage, and like
security needs to come because she was up there singing
and said she some of the words she didn't really know,
like she didn't know.

Speaker 5 (15:32):
She didn't think she belonged there.

Speaker 6 (15:34):
But then later she found out like, oh, she was
invited and was supposed to be there, and then we
googled it later when she got home and I found out.

Speaker 5 (15:40):
That's when I learned all about her.

Speaker 6 (15:42):
But for a minute, my sister thought security needs to
get this girl.

Speaker 4 (15:46):

Speaker 3 (15:47):
She was like that was her unveiling too, like she'd
been in hiding, yeah, or she just hadn't been out
and we'd heard all these rumors. I watched another video
from her this morning because she's on my algorithm now
where she's like I was not a teacher.

Speaker 4 (15:58):
She was doing true of falses.

Speaker 3 (16:00):
And I don't know what it is about her yet,
but I hope she finds it and is able to
really capitalize off of it, because it was kind of
thrust onto her. She was just on Broadway here in Nashville.
That's where everybody goes. It's the tourist's she's from Tennessee
and she was just like hawk to spent on that thing.
That clip. I always felt bad for the guy who's
doing the interviews. He's got no shoine.

Speaker 4 (16:21):
I got it.

Speaker 3 (16:23):
It was well, he didn't say it. What about his
video though? Did he get paid for that? Probably maybe
if it's but everybody stole it.

Speaker 4 (16:28):
Oh man, it's his content. I'm rooting for.

Speaker 3 (16:33):
And the only advice that I would give her is
you're only going to be desirable for people to want
to hire you for it two or three months. But
what you can do is create new desire for people
to hire you by finding what you're good at and
spending a lot of time investing in that when you
could just be flying around doing appearances making some money.
Do that, but find what you're good at and investment

in that right now, because this is going to go away.
And the best person I ever saw to do it
was Elizabeth Hasselback. And this is forever ago. She went
on Survivor, like season two or whatever, and she was
like the darling and she immediately turned that into a
spot on the View. And the View wasn't as big then,
or maybe it just hadn't been around as long, but

I remember going, that's the smartest thing I've ever seen,
because she could have easily just been.

Speaker 4 (17:20):
Elizabeth from the Survivor, done.

Speaker 3 (17:23):
Some Survivors stuff, some appearances, but she immediately went to
work doing what she was good at, turns her whole
career because people could always been like, that's the girl
from Survivor. No, we don't think of her as that.
We think of her as Elizabeth Hasselback, the commentator. So
I hope she does that. That'd be really cool.

Speaker 5 (17:39):
So what's her real name to a girl? No, Hale, Hailey, Welch.

Speaker 4 (17:43):
Welsh Welch, Welch. I believe it's Welsch.

Speaker 5 (17:45):
Okay cool, Morgan.

Speaker 4 (17:46):
Do you know her?

Speaker 6 (17:47):

Speaker 5 (17:48):

Speaker 4 (17:48):
Or do you know her?

Speaker 5 (17:49):
Oh no, No, no, no, I mean I know her
from the internet.

Speaker 9 (17:52):
Yeah, you guys don't hang out.

Speaker 3 (17:55):
Watch it's weird to watch like the American Idol. I
mentioned this on the podcast style saying doing on her
meaning not other sources like their social media teams like
putting out this is her hometown. It's like, I kind
of root for her to win the Voice. Now he's
not even on the Voice Like I'm emotional. Yeah, so Haley, Watch,
I'm rooting for you.

Speaker 4 (18:14):
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (18:15):
You take an un fortunate thing that you said that
people loved, and I hope you turn it into gold
and make a little money and have fun while you're
at it. But definitely go to work. All right, cool man,
I have so much more, but I want to play
this song. I'm gonna do one more new story. A
Charlott's man was caught on camera as he ran from
police on the tarmac of Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday.

Speaker 4 (18:38):
I would love to see a police chase that they're
chasing a naked man.

Speaker 3 (18:41):
He wasn't fully naked, but how funny would that be
if a naked guy comes running by police are chasing
him because you know he.

Speaker 4 (18:46):
Doesn't have a gun. Yeah, he's naked. He's naked.

Speaker 3 (18:49):
That would be the ultimate. So the bizarre ordell happened
around six am. He's just running and he's on the
tarmac running by airplanes. Oh my gosh, in shorts. It's
like he's going for a jog and cops are chase
seeing him. They finally tackle him, like when someone runs
on a football field and the security nails him.

Speaker 4 (19:06):
They finally got him like that. CBS News with that story.
That's the news. Thank you. Bobby's nice.

Speaker 3 (19:15):
A guy in town won a million bucks, the Mega
millions and lunchbucks has been and bought lottery tickets at
this gas station, not recently, but has bought tickets and
so he was like almost one. So you went yesterday
and talked to people there.

Speaker 11 (19:28):
Yeah, it was all the buzz man. Everybody was talking
about it. Everybody. I mean I got out of my
car and customers in the parking lot were talking.

Speaker 4 (19:36):
About are you being serious? Dead serious? Here we go, Hello,
how are you you heard?

Speaker 9 (19:42):
Did you sell a million dollar ticket?

Speaker 4 (19:44):
We think so exactly. An't hurt you?

Speaker 7 (19:46):
Oh you think you were?

Speaker 2 (19:47):
Huh yeah?

Speaker 4 (19:48):
Always nothing? Yeah, why do you think that?

Speaker 5 (19:51):
Because they worked that Oh.

Speaker 9 (19:54):
It was sold to night.

Speaker 7 (19:55):
Yeah, oh that is so cool.

Speaker 4 (19:56):
How does it?

Speaker 9 (19:57):
Does it feel amazing that you know you made someone
a millionaire? What you wish it was? You get here
and yeah, yeah, like hey here, you bless me. I
bless you because I come here all the time.

Speaker 12 (20:09):
I'm always asked me we're lucky, like, oh, give me
some luck, and.

Speaker 9 (20:12):
Nothing's happening over So next time I'm coming back to you.
You're gonna give me that plucky million?

Speaker 7 (20:18):
Right FLI fi all right?

Speaker 9 (20:21):
Do you too what you say? You're gonna give me
that lucky million?

Speaker 4 (20:23):
Oh it's not like that blanket million. That's what it
sounded like. Yeah, well no her or her coworker. Why
did you not buy one from her? Right then?

Speaker 9 (20:31):
And think about that?

Speaker 4 (20:35):
She got a hot hand man, What.

Speaker 5 (20:36):
Were you buying?

Speaker 9 (20:38):
I just bought milk so I could talk to him.

Speaker 4 (20:40):
My ticket for the person that sold the ticket. That's
a hot hend.

Speaker 9 (20:43):
I can't be honest, I don't even think about it.

Speaker 11 (20:44):
I'm such an idiot, Like I was so caught up
in the hysteria going on around that gas station.

Speaker 4 (20:50):
I didn't hear much hysterio like an air conditioner, just
really laughing.

Speaker 9 (20:53):
Whatever that was there was people out front talking. I mean,
it was just everybody was just buzzing.

Speaker 11 (20:57):
Everybody was smiling ear to ear, and they were just
hoping now that someone was going back to give.

Speaker 7 (21:01):
Me a tip.

Speaker 4 (21:02):
That's why they were hoping.

Speaker 3 (21:04):
If you win at a certain gasation, you don't have
to go back to the gas station, right, No, like
you can never go back, never go back. I was
reading a story and it's the dumbest story, but I
was so interested in it. On hot dog etiquette. I
like hot dogs a lot. I don't eat a lot
of them, but I like hot dogs a lot. But
then I read this whole story about hot dog etiquet
and I'm not the most etiquet hot dog eater. Apparently,
don't use a cloth napkin to wipe your mouth when

eating a hot dog, only paper. Now, I don't use
cloth napkins hardly ever, period. I never thought about not
using a cloth napkin, Like, if there's one, I don't go,
etiquette says I shouldn't use the cloth is there goes
catch up or mustard?

Speaker 4 (21:39):
Like what was that she just said, don't use a
cloth napkin. I don't know.

Speaker 3 (21:41):
I guess it's not keeping it real. If you're using cloth,
eat hot dogs on buns with your hands. If there
isn't a bun, you can use a fork. But don't
eat a hot dog in a bun with a fork.

Speaker 5 (21:51):
Got it.

Speaker 4 (21:52):
I wouldn't do that either.

Speaker 3 (21:53):
You know what, if I see somebody in a hot
dog with a fork and a bun, they should probably
go to jail.

Speaker 4 (21:59):
Piece to other stuff too. You jail jail, yeah, weird o.

Speaker 3 (22:03):
Jail not for years with the bun, get jail, not
for years, but enough to investigate you because you're up
to no good in other parts of your life. Use
paper plates to serve hot dogs. Never use dinner plates
or glass plates. Don't take more than five bites to
finish a hot dog. Wait a minute, hold on, let
me think this one.

Speaker 4 (22:22):
Two. I'm a seven bier seven at least?

Speaker 5 (22:26):
What do you have an extra long hotdog?

Speaker 9 (22:29):
Yeah? I think you should be like four bytes?

Speaker 7 (22:31):

Speaker 9 (22:32):
Yeah, they're not hot dogs, aren't that, big dude?

Speaker 2 (22:34):

Speaker 5 (22:34):
They're not.

Speaker 4 (22:37):
If it's me, I'm grabbing a huge winner.

Speaker 3 (22:39):
Right, yeah, if you get a foot long, now it's different.
It does say foot long winers. Seven bites are acceptable.
I'm more of a seven bite guy, I like to
chew it all the way down and get it all
the way down. And after eating a hot dog, there's
a good chance you're tab at MESSI so you should
go to the bathroom and clean yourself up after every
hot dog.

Speaker 4 (22:59):
And I thought this was the dumbest.

Speaker 3 (23:00):
Story, but I was so intrigued at the kind of
person that would think and write or come up with
hot dog etiquette and the jokes they probably made, like
we just made while doing this story. Robert Earl Keane
is on My Bobby Cast today and so Robert Earl
Keane Texas music legend, Texas country's legend, and so.

Speaker 4 (23:20):
Play a little bit Ray of the Road Goes On Forever.

Speaker 2 (23:25):
The Road.

Speaker 3 (23:29):
I felt like Lunchbox would sing that song all the time.
I was like, your that song reminds me of you
and us living in Texas. And think about him, He's
been around for a long time. Super nice guy.

Speaker 4 (23:38):
I loved him. Great stories, but well intrigued me the most.

Speaker 3 (23:41):
He basically has a photographic memory because he used to
write poetry all the time. His mom would make him
recite poetry when he's a kid. Here, listen, listen to.

Speaker 13 (23:49):
This number numbers did just flash up in my head
and like if if someone you know somebody, I know
all the president's birthdays.

Speaker 7 (23:56):
I know, I know tons and tons birthdays. I know
them and in an order.

Speaker 4 (24:01):
So I jumped on it.

Speaker 3 (24:02):
I was like, all right, let's go William McKinley, it's
the twenty ninth of January.

Speaker 7 (24:08):
I just, you know, I knew, I knew numbers.

Speaker 13 (24:11):
And I'm not like academic about presidents, but I do
like the presidents. And I thought, well, you know, I
could just memorize all these guys from George Washington.

Speaker 7 (24:19):
All the all the way through Biden and I you know,
I bet I.

Speaker 4 (24:23):
Could do it.

Speaker 7 (24:24):
And it didn't take me very long at all. So
I just I just memorized them.

Speaker 4 (24:28):
I just do them. Taft nailed it.

Speaker 5 (24:30):
That's crazy.

Speaker 4 (24:31):
Roosevelt now just nailed it.

Speaker 3 (24:33):
How he can remember all of that. The Bobby Cast
it's a podcast I do from my house. Artists, writers,
creatives come over. We spend an hour talking to each other.
Robert Earl Keene is the episode that is up now.
I hope you check it out. I go search for
the Bobby Cast wherever you listen to podcasts. This is
a kind of a fun couple of weeks.

Speaker 6 (24:49):
For me.

Speaker 3 (24:50):
It's always weird coming back from vacation. We had a
little time off because you have so much to do.
And then we're going after we finished the show Thursday,
we're gonna fly to Arizona and we're gonna somehow Thursday evening.
If you live in Tucson, we're gonna be there the
sports guys, me Eddie, We're gonna go do too much

access at the University of Arizona football with their head coach,
a couple of their players, and then we're gonna do
a podcast there in Tucson somewhere.

Speaker 4 (25:17):
I don't know where. We're gonna find a place to
do a.

Speaker 5 (25:19):
Podcast, like a podcast where people can come and watch.

Speaker 4 (25:22):
Yeah, why not, We'll just say where we are.

Speaker 3 (25:23):
When we went to the Cardinals to work with them,
we just went out outside of the stadium, did a
podcast a bunch.

Speaker 4 (25:27):
We said we're here, listeners just came by.

Speaker 5 (25:28):
It was awesome, just like in a parking lot.

Speaker 3 (25:31):
We were Yeah, that's basically what we did pretty much.
So we're gonna do it in Tucson Thursday. We have
no plan on us to wear, but if you're in Tucson,
you listen to the show, we're gonna be there. So
we do that Thursday. We'll do the show from Arizona Friday.
Then I go playing the Major League Baseball Softball game,
the All Star Game at Rangers Stadium, which is really
cool on Saturday. Then we're back here to the show Monday.

Then we fly to Portland and then we go to
the University of Oregon and work out with the Oregon
football team. So in Portland, we're gonna do something as well,
probably Tuesday night. So of a sudden, Tucson, No in
Portland know we're coming.

Speaker 4 (26:08):
We don't know where. It's not planned, so.

Speaker 5 (26:10):
It's not like an official thing where they need to
get anything.

Speaker 4 (26:13):
Now that I know about.

Speaker 3 (26:14):
We just want to meet everybody we can and we're
gonna go do the podcast and then we go to
Steve Young's house on Wednesday morning.

Speaker 14 (26:19):
Nobody can show up there though, no for what like
breakfast interviews. Breakfast would be nice, I know, tell him.
I messaged him.

Speaker 3 (26:30):
We did a segment where it was like, these are
the five people I've met that I geeked out, and
I put Steve Young, super Bowl Champion, quarterback, Hall of Famer,
and he texted me.

Speaker 4 (26:38):
I don't know how he got my number, but he
got my number. He was like, what up.

Speaker 3 (26:41):
I'm listening and I'm like that's crazy. And we've organized it.
He's like, just come to the house. I was like,
give me your assistant and I'll set it up.

Speaker 4 (26:48):
And he was like, bro, it's just me and I
was like, that's so cool.

Speaker 3 (26:52):
That's awesome, awesome, it's awesome like living out boyhood dreams
as a man.

Speaker 4 (26:59):
Actually, older man.

Speaker 5 (27:00):
You're going to go from baseball to football, you know, yeah,
and like Steer.

Speaker 3 (27:05):
Young, I'm gonna have to play it cool and be
like what's that Steve. Really inside, I'm like, oh my.

Speaker 5 (27:08):
God, don't you think it's the baseball thing?

Speaker 3 (27:10):
You're going to see like different college legends and college
athletes are kids, So that's cool, Dan Lanning as their
head coach.

Speaker 4 (27:17):
That'll be cool.

Speaker 3 (27:18):
But I wasn't a kid and admired Dan Lanning and
now I'm like, that's cool. He's a great coach.

Speaker 4 (27:23):
But Steve Young, when I was a child, I was like,
that's dad. Dude's awesome.

Speaker 3 (27:26):
Left handed quarterback. I was left handed, number eight forty
nine ers.

Speaker 4 (27:30):
It's cool.

Speaker 6 (27:30):
I'm trying to think as an adult now, like what
I would get pumped about that?

Speaker 4 (27:34):
Yeah, somebody, I think that was a kid. When you
were a kid, you thought it was cool at George Strait.

Speaker 5 (27:39):
Yeah, I guess. I'm just like, it's like a whole thing.

Speaker 6 (27:41):
Like y'all have a lot of different places that you
go and things you geek out about.

Speaker 4 (27:44):
With mostly sports.

Speaker 5 (27:45):
Honestly, I get I get it, and I'm like, what
could I go do?

Speaker 4 (27:48):

Speaker 5 (27:48):
Would like be so amazing?

Speaker 6 (27:49):
Like y'all are living out all your childhood fantasies most
of them, you know?

Speaker 4 (27:55):
Is that what we're doing?

Speaker 3 (27:56):
Three NFL teams that invited us that we're going in
a couple weeks too. I'm trying to you're not going
to make it. I've been training, all right, So if
you're in two solid reportland, we're gonna be there the
next couple of weeks.

Speaker 4 (28:06):
All right, thank you? Where are you?

Speaker 3 (28:09):
Are you?

Speaker 4 (28:10):
A Robert Arrol Keen fan?

Speaker 5 (28:12):
Still am.

Speaker 6 (28:13):
It's nostalgic for me for sure, because in high school
we would see him a lot.

Speaker 3 (28:17):
And that's how I knew who he was and I
was talking to him about that is that I had
to kind of be introduced to who he was when
I moved to Austin.

Speaker 4 (28:23):
I didn't know who he was before Austin because I
just wasn't Texas music scene at all, Texas Country.

Speaker 5 (28:31):
Or render totally.

Speaker 4 (28:33):
But he is like the guy there's like.

Speaker 3 (28:36):
The Mount Rushmore and I'm not the personally making a
Mount Rushmore of Texas music. And you can do this
better than I can, but from my limited knowledge, it
would be especially.

Speaker 4 (28:44):
For my time there. Robert rol Keen and I'm not
putting up any of the national folks like.

Speaker 5 (28:48):
Willie Yeah, because Willie Willie's could be both, but he's
so He's worldwide.

Speaker 3 (28:53):
And Robert rol Kean is too, and we talk about
it in the interview that we do. But like really
massive in Texas. I'm gonna go Robert Keane, Pat Green,
Corey Morrow, and probably like Cody Cross like I'll go older.

Speaker 6 (29:12):
I have to go Jerry Jeff Walker because he a
lot of those guys looked up to him, I mean,
and even Pat Green, Like that's probably unbiased. I went
to high school with Jerry Jeff's son, Jango.

Speaker 3 (29:22):

Speaker 4 (29:22):
I think you're right though, Yeah, I think, but I
mean that's.

Speaker 6 (29:24):
Who like, that's where we would see Pat Green, like
he'd be over at Jango's house, like hanging out with
Jerry Jeff, Like they just looked up to him.

Speaker 5 (29:32):
But he's not from Texas.

Speaker 6 (29:33):
He's from New York and traveled down and then just
became a part of Texas country.

Speaker 5 (29:39):
Yeah, and I think Waylon Willye and the boys.

Speaker 3 (29:41):
Even like Cody's from Oklahoma. I think, oh, okay, But
it's just that. So Robert Rolkan came to the house
and he has a photographic memory.

Speaker 4 (29:48):
It's crazy.

Speaker 3 (29:48):
You should listen to the whole interview on the Bobbycast.
But we talked about poetry, like that's how he started
writing songs, and he still writes a bunch of poetry.
And so this is a clip from the latest episode
of The Bobby Cast with Robert Earle Keene. If you
like this clip, go listen to the full episode. It's
up today. Is most of your songwriting taking your poetry
and turning it into song or or not you're just

writing songs straight.

Speaker 13 (30:13):
The thing about poetry and the reason that I turned
to is because I just I have to have that outlet,
I have to have that great about it. So I
wrote the poems, but I found out that there's this
great freedom in writing a poem instead of like trying
to attach the music to it, and so it gives me,
it liberates me even more so because I can just

talk about anything.

Speaker 7 (30:34):
I mean, like a good example was, I wrote this.

Speaker 13 (30:38):
Poem about I was out by this lake and people
kept telling me about this giant alligator gar that wasn't
supposed to be in this lake, but somebody had slipped
it in there at the nighttime, and that like it
was eating up all the little fish.

Speaker 7 (30:50):
And you had to be really careful, like it was
the Boogeyman.

Speaker 13 (30:53):
And so I just turned this thing into this big
thing about this lake and this alligator garth the bottom,
I'm like, and then basically you get down there and
it's the devil. So just like you know, you can't
cram that all of this song, really, I mean you could,
I guess Charlie Daniels could maybe, but that's true.

Speaker 4 (31:10):
Do your poems have to rhyme?

Speaker 10 (31:12):

Speaker 4 (31:12):
Do most of them rhyme?

Speaker 7 (31:13):
Most of them? Probably? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (31:15):
I'd like those. I'm simple. Yeah, I like my poems rhyme.

Speaker 13 (31:18):
Well, may I think it makes it eas went back
to memorization. I think it makes it easier for another
person outside or memorize them, or really get the whole point,
because when you do free form, you know, it's a
lot of times it turns into the laundry list, and
you don't't really do that.

Speaker 4 (31:32):
Do you ever go to rhymezone dot com and you
can't find that rhyme?

Speaker 7 (31:35):
Oh yeah, I done that?

Speaker 3 (31:36):
Yeah sure, I'll go to rhymezone dot com be like
cat and then it's got like five hundred data and
I'm like, why can I fit it? Because if I'm
writing a comedy song and I'm like, well, I need
something to the rhymes a bucket and I can't use
the one I want to do, I.

Speaker 7 (31:49):
Have one of those, So I did. I have a
song that's called that. As a matter of fact, how.

Speaker 4 (31:54):
Many people do you think found you? Learned you from
the Road Goes On Forever?

Speaker 3 (32:00):
That's how I found you. The live version, which I
didn't know was like also the main version. I was like,
and this dude, and I think I saw you at
ACL like like I have a history I have a
history of like watching you play and listen to your music.

Speaker 4 (32:14):
But I was like, dang, those live records are this good?

Speaker 3 (32:16):
But then that was the version when you recorded that
or did you know that did you have a feeling
that that song was going to be the one that
that pops so hard.

Speaker 13 (32:27):
It's a really good question about it, because I really
don't know. I can't assess my own songs really very well.

Speaker 7 (32:34):
I mean, when I wrote that.

Speaker 13 (32:35):
Song, I felt, you know, it's up tempo, cool, got
you know, some drama and stuff like that.

Speaker 7 (32:41):
But I didn't know do that.

Speaker 13 (32:43):
I didn't know like that Christmas song would like give
me fourteen years on the road of Christmas shows.

Speaker 3 (32:48):
I have the box set, so I have the whole
the whole thing beautifully packaged. Yes, a lot of different things.
There's a DVD, there's a song book I was taking.

Speaker 4 (32:58):
There's just a lot. There's a lot there.

Speaker 7 (32:59):
Why that it started, It just became that.

Speaker 13 (33:04):
It was like we started with just music and recording it,
and we did record the DVD at the same time
we recorded the audio so that all matches.

Speaker 10 (33:15):

Speaker 13 (33:15):
And after that, you know, it was like, well, we've
got to have a song, but because this is all
new content and people should see that.

Speaker 7 (33:21):
So we did the song.

Speaker 3 (33:23):
But you're going and you're doing more shows, but you're
not retired. I guess I never thought you were retired.

Speaker 13 (33:28):
Well, I retired. I'm retired really from touring. So I
don't have a bus. The band that I put together
is the same band that I have, but it's just
because I was it's going incidentally, they were. It was
I'm lucky that they still have some space in their calendar.
And then but you know, the thing is was the
the grind of touring, you know, just getting off a

tour and then preparing for the next tour. It never stopped.
It never did stop. I mean, it's just like kept
going and kept going, and I just got to a
point where I thought I was wearing everybody out. So
I didn't think in terms about like this taking a
year off, you know, and that kind of thing. I
always wonder why those people take a year off. They're
like twenty five years old, and they said, I'm going
to take a year off. I said, that's because you

don't have any gigs. Man, don't tell me that. I mean,
you don't have to take a year off. But I
don't know why that didn't really cross my mind. I
just thought at that time, and I did feel a
certain amount of burnout going on with me. I just
felt like I was blazing through a lot of stuff.
I wasn't really phoning it in, but I was. I
was definitely a little bit muddled, and I really felt

like I was losing and I did not want which
is the irony years. Like, I'm still beat up, but
I did not want to be one of those people
that are all beat up and you know, they're pushing
them up on the stage or getting the ladder for
them or whatever they're doing. I wanted to go in
the best I could go out, but way I came in,
you know, And that was really part.

Speaker 7 (34:55):
That was a big part of the decision.

Speaker 4 (34:56):
Are you looking forward to the shows? Yeah, like with
genuine excitement.

Speaker 3 (35:00):
Yes, that's cool that you get to revisit that feeling
that got you started, made you successful, and gave you longevity,
because it does it doesn't go away. But if you
eat wonderful steak every day, it eventually just becomes steak.
It doesn't matter what it is. If you do it
all the time, it just becomes normal, right sir. But
to be able to get that again has got to

be exciting.

Speaker 7 (35:22):
No, it's really.

Speaker 13 (35:25):
You know, I'm so glad that I did kind of
get off my high horse about I'm not going to
do anything, because the couple of shows that I've played
since we did this.

Speaker 7 (35:35):
Had just been you know, they've been in this huge boost.

Speaker 13 (35:38):
And I also realized that there was a certain amount
of just adrenaline going on there that like as soon
as like it got two days or two days before
a show and or day a couple of day after
is always kind of a little bit of a letout.
But up to the show, I just got this huge boost,
and I feel better than I ever felt like two years,

you know, like, oh man, I feel so good. And
it was all just because it's like I know what
I'm doing. This is a place where I know what
I'm doing and I'm gonna and I'm ready to go
with it.

Speaker 4 (36:11):
You ever say the wrong place on stage?

Speaker 7 (36:13):

Speaker 4 (36:13):

Speaker 7 (36:14):

Speaker 3 (36:14):
Did you ever start? When did you start writing it?
When I would tour, I would have to write it
like I do comedy, stand up comedy. After eventually I
got smart and wrote it down because you know, two
or three nights in a row you're traveling, you kind
of forget You're just going on back doors and places
you can easily forget.

Speaker 7 (36:27):
I know when was that?

Speaker 4 (36:28):
When did that bill go off?

Speaker 6 (36:29):
For you?

Speaker 4 (36:29):
Like, I should probably keep this around where I can
see where I am.

Speaker 13 (36:32):
Somewhere in ann Arbor. I was in ann Arbor and
I got up and it was just kind of a showcase.
Steve Neil and I got up there and I said
something like, you know, hello Gary, Indiana, and I I said,
you can't do that again. But I don't write it
down like you do, Bobby. What what I do is like,
if I realize that it's gonna blank out my brain,

I just go.

Speaker 4 (36:53):
But it's great to be here and.

Speaker 13 (36:57):
Yeahs I could possibly be.

Speaker 3 (36:59):
Yeah, I obviously I'm not the one that I ended this,
but I would put it on the set list. But
then I would make it like part of the set list.
So if whenever somebody got the set list, they would
think I was making it special.

Speaker 4 (37:09):
You know, if I'm in Boston, well this is his No.

Speaker 3 (37:12):
No, I just need to remember that I was in
Boston because again, and you would know this more than
I do.

Speaker 4 (37:18):
It's not.

Speaker 3 (37:20):
It's fun and it's amazing in it for me, it's fulfilling,
but it's not that glamorous because again, you're just going
on backdoors and you're killing a few hours in between
soundcheck and the show in a bus or and not
a lot of glamour, not a lot of people. You know, people,
it's a grind, no.

Speaker 7 (37:36):
I tell people. You know.

Speaker 13 (37:38):
You that bus there, you think it's like luxurious and cool,
and it does look nice inside, but basically it's a
traderhouse on wheels.

Speaker 7 (37:45):
And there we're just rolling down the highway in a traderhouse.

Speaker 13 (37:48):
So don't get don't get all knocked out about the
whole idea, you know, mister.

Speaker 12 (37:53):
Bobby Bone show head orry up today.

Speaker 9 (38:00):
This story comes up from Lake County, Florida.

Speaker 12 (38:03):
A seventy two year old man was out in his
yard when he saw a drone overhead and he thought
the drone was spying on him. So it goes in,
gets his gun, shoots the drone down a good shot
by the way. Yeah, it was actually a Walmart drone
run to deliver a package.

Speaker 4 (38:21):
Oh, probably prescription medicine. Oh dang, that's pretty funny though.
Yeahs up the drone. It's like a cartoon. It's like
Elmer Fudd type thing.

Speaker 12 (38:32):
Yeah, but he's facing charges of shooting or throwing a
deadly missile into dwellings, vessels or vehicles had a missile.

Speaker 3 (38:38):
Hey if I had a nickel ferry friend that got
busted for that, All.

Speaker 4 (38:42):
Right, that's what That's a good one. Thank you.

Speaker 9 (38:44):
I'm munch box. That's your bonehead story of the day.

Speaker 3 (38:48):
I'm gonna give you some data. It's gonna make you
a go oh. These are the things I should focus
on in my life. For example, twenty eight hundred and
forty nine days of your life, of your life, twenty
three thousand days of your life.

Speaker 4 (38:58):
Will be boring. Wow, that''s not good.

Speaker 3 (39:03):
The average person will live about twenty six thousand, five
hundred days. If we assume that about ten percent of
those will be special days, about twenty three thousand normal
or boring.

Speaker 15 (39:14):
Man, My days are never really boring though. Ever I
have kids. They may be not with the way I
like him?

Speaker 4 (39:22):
Are they ever like worse than average?

Speaker 6 (39:24):

Speaker 4 (39:24):

Speaker 15 (39:24):
Like I'll have bad days, but not boring days because
there's always something going on in my house.

Speaker 3 (39:28):
I think the point is only ten percent of your
days will be special days, period.

Speaker 4 (39:32):
That makes sense. The rest of them are just sort off.

Speaker 5 (39:35):
Every day was special, then you would special.

Speaker 3 (39:37):
Good one, Amy Boom, Thanks soccer taic. Seven point eight
billion people exist on the planet. So whenever you're like
I am special.

Speaker 14 (39:49):
Or there's nobody else where, I am family, or I
am there's a lot of people out there.

Speaker 4 (39:54):
Seven point eight billion alive right now.

Speaker 9 (39:56):
That is so crazy.

Speaker 3 (39:59):
It just showed when we were don't matter. We do
in our very not grand scheme, sure we don't, but
in our own circles we do.

Speaker 4 (40:06):
But overall you don't.

Speaker 3 (40:08):
Really, nothing you can do is gonna make you matter
to that much of the world. So do you and
do the people close to you and treat them right,
and that's really all you can do.

Speaker 9 (40:17):
So there's no one that matters to the whole world.

Speaker 15 (40:21):
No, no, I mean because even when they die, someone
else is going to matter more.

Speaker 4 (40:25):
Yeah, it's tough.

Speaker 3 (40:26):
It's weird for me to think that, like really famous,
life changing people died. Yeah, because everybody has to die,
which is why like Abe Lincoln died.

Speaker 4 (40:36):
He's like the dude now he's just like a character,
cartoon character. The weird.

Speaker 2 (40:41):

Speaker 4 (40:42):
The probability of you being born period is one in
four hundred trillion.

Speaker 7 (40:46):
That's pretty good.

Speaker 3 (40:48):
The probability of a human being born specifically is ridiculously low.
That means that you are you are special. We're a miracle,
You're not We're a miracle. Yeah, it's not a miracle
that you were born. It's a miracle that you are
exactly what you are. People are born every day. It's
not a miracle if it's happening every day at that right.

Speaker 4 (41:09):
But that's not what I tried not to say that
word ever.

Speaker 3 (41:17):
But it's that you, that you specifically having all your
little tendencies your body the way it is, the odds
of it being exactly like you is one of forgner trillion.

Speaker 15 (41:26):
Dude, back to the whole big number though, of all
the people on this earth. And we don't look like
anyone else.

Speaker 4 (41:32):
That is crazy, that is different fingerprints, finger princes. Yeah, true.

Speaker 3 (41:38):
You watch the thing on the Challenger exploded, all those
people that die, but they have like people that are
alive now look just like them with very similar names.

Speaker 4 (41:45):
And they're like, there's no way have you seen this.

Speaker 5 (41:49):
On TikTok.

Speaker 3 (41:52):
It is no But I'm telling you if I brought
it to you, and I might tomorrow the next day.
These people that went up in the Challenger and they either.

Speaker 4 (41:59):
Have of what do you call it with them.

Speaker 3 (42:01):
It looks like them, doppelganger, the doppelganger with a name,
extremely close like all of them, and they look just
like them, but older.

Speaker 4 (42:06):
It's crazy. It's on TikTok. It's gotta be true. I
want to see this.

Speaker 3 (42:09):
I'll bring it to you tomorrow or next segment if
I can find.

Speaker 4 (42:12):
I don't know, but yeah. So in the end, my
a point with all these huge numbers are.

Speaker 3 (42:18):
Just take care of you and the people around you,
and don't put the pressure on yourself to like change
the world, because you can't.

Speaker 5 (42:25):
You can change your corner, but you can change I mean,
the corner is pretty big. You're a little corner.

Speaker 3 (42:32):
Don't and don't put the pressure on yourself to be
like others or to be better than others, because you're
never gonna be better than everybody. There's no chin you're
gonna be the one of the seven point a billion
on the tip top.

Speaker 4 (42:42):
None of us are. We're getting close, and then you're
gonna die and nothing matters. Everybody dies anyway.

Speaker 7 (42:49):
There you go.

Speaker 12 (42:51):
When you rather die being famous than being died than
not being known.

Speaker 4 (42:56):
The sake of fame doesn't make sense, Like who cares.
It doesn't matter. Ab Lincol doesn't know he famous. You
want to hear some of this. Taylor Swift knows she's
famous now when she dies. When she's dead, you won't
know what Jesus knows. The Challenger crew, this is the story.

Speaker 3 (43:11):
Are they still alive, as evidenced by the fact that
people resembling the original crew members and the approximate ages
they would be now and bearing similar identical names, are
still living and working in the United States And they
have pictures of them.

Speaker 4 (43:22):
Oh they're American. Oh yeah yeah, and I.

Speaker 3 (43:27):
Will bring you some of the audio. And it's why
old because they look like them old. Now, So, Mike,
what does Snope say not true? Okay, well there's that
all right, But.

Speaker 4 (43:37):
What does TikTok say? It's true? Yes, by everybody,
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