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Ashley Cooke is on the show talking about her song "Your Place," the time she saw Shania Twain at a restaurant and more! Then, Amy shares another update on how her Dyslexia texting is going. Mailbag: Listener's roommate continues to move around their house naked. The other day he was in the kitchen naked and our roommate walked in on him. Now things are awkward.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
The transmitting this.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
Welcome to Wednesday's show more than studio morning. Let's go
around the room and check in with everybody like we
do to start the show. He spent his birthday watching
basketball and relaxing last week, and he's been working hard
on improving his physique.

Speaker 3 (00:23):
It's a producer.

Speaker 4 (00:24):
Dy, honest question. I'm not and I know it's early.

Speaker 3 (00:30):
Oh he's not kind again. He started the morning off.
Now he's just gonna be mean.

Speaker 4 (00:34):
Okay, now we created an animal. No, go ahead, okay,
real question. Can you poop?

Speaker 3 (00:40):
Okay? Can you go number two in an airplane? You
already sad poops?

Speaker 4 (00:44):
So now what you can you like?

Speaker 3 (00:49):
Is that allowed?

Speaker 4 (00:50):
Because sometimes you know we is it because sometimes we
like back.

Speaker 3 (00:54):
In the day, we just take a tour bus to shows.

Speaker 2 (00:56):
But that's because we could identify who was in the bathroom.

Speaker 3 (00:59):
Oh but I thought it was.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
To rule if you got a Southwest flight, nobody knows
and you don't owe them anything.

Speaker 3 (01:04):
It's a bathroom, okay, all right? Why and also to
it says like don't throw toilet paper down the mola.
It says only throw toilet paper. Oh it does?

Speaker 2 (01:13):
Yeah, I think just lexic because I had to go. Dude,
I didn't think about him.

Speaker 3 (01:18):
Amazing idiot. Okay, there we go. Oh my gosh, nice
of the extra mean. Wow, I'm just being honest. Hey,
you did vote? He yeah, I did not. I mean
I don't know.

Speaker 5 (01:27):
What are you to come on your ask? Are you
allowed to go to the bathroom?

Speaker 3 (01:34):
No?

Speaker 1 (01:34):
No?

Speaker 6 (01:35):
Actually I And this is me not being rude. This
is like, I'm dead serious, curious. Okay, Eddie at forty
four years old, didn't know.

Speaker 3 (01:43):
That you're forty five. He doesn't know he can knows
about airport.

Speaker 7 (01:46):
He didn't know that you could go both.

Speaker 3 (01:48):
Ways in the baby ways. What are you talking about?
But one's stand in one sitting? Follow up question? I
think you mean, is it no? No? Can you there's
a toilet there? No? No, no? But the to's follow
questions has anyone else pooped in it? No?

Speaker 2 (02:07):
Yeah, I have never had Yes, you haven't. No, because
I don't want to use a public toilet. Though his
Jayhawks recently brought him some sadness because they got bounced
early in March.

Speaker 3 (02:15):
Madness. It's lunchbox, everybody. That's not true. But uh, I
have a question.

Speaker 5 (02:21):
Is we played a game where I got to win
a Sonic gift card because my son during the football
games that would see a cheeseburger hot dog and he
wanted to get a cheeseburger hot dog. So I played
for one hundred dollars Sonic gift card and I still
have not received it. Yeah, like why? Like what is great?

Speaker 3 (02:37):
Question?

Speaker 5 (02:37):
Like when we have a listeners, do we do that?
Do we wait six months to mail them their prizes?

Speaker 2 (02:42):
I have no idea. Hey, Scooba Lunchbox has not got
his gift card? What's up?

Speaker 3 (02:46):
I don't want to make it mad. I've just been
sitting at my desk and I have to give it
to him. It's right here, right here. Let me get
it for him.

Speaker 2 (02:54):
For you.

Speaker 3 (02:54):
Yeah, no, I'm good, Eddie, I'm good. What do you
think about Scooba forgetting about it?

Speaker 8 (02:58):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (02:58):
And it happens he's busy kind of yeah, as honest.

Speaker 2 (03:01):
I feel like now he's picked he's like Scuba voted CONDI.

Speaker 3 (03:04):
He's picked sides and now he's being kind of the kind. Okay,
but get it during the break, thanks man. And I'll
probably do two hundred books.

Speaker 9 (03:12):
Oh it's two hundred. Member, we got you got two
one hundred gift cards. Remember that that's really I don't
remember that two hundred. I could feed some people, get
us auce of lunch.

Speaker 3 (03:23):
Well, Bobby Scuba, Amy, you guys want to go to lunch.
You don't know who voted for You think he has
a pretty good feeling.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
Moving on to Amy, she loves to give food hacks
you can use in the kitchen, including a cinnamon raised
grilled cheese.

Speaker 3 (03:34):
That's a family tradition.

Speaker 6 (03:35):
Amy, everybody, So I had more dyslexia testing.

Speaker 7 (03:40):
Okay, So she came on and tested.

Speaker 3 (03:42):
All of us the same same teacher.

Speaker 6 (03:44):
Same teacher, and so I connected her over zoom for
further testing because I would like to do the intervention
necessary to you know, help retain information to learn more.

Speaker 7 (03:55):
And uh uh.

Speaker 6 (03:57):
The further testing gave like the more accurate results of
what I have going on, which she's compiling into you know,
a document that's going to get sent to me.

Speaker 7 (04:05):
So I don't have the document yet because it takes
a minute to get everything.

Speaker 3 (04:08):
But she just goes bathroom, the toilet.

Speaker 5 (04:10):
Well, she's going to be cured, surprising, it's just my
ADHD or whatever, you know.

Speaker 6 (04:15):
No, it's no, it's I do have ADHD and I
do have dyslexia, but you know, it's a spectrum and
so where I fall. She's gonna when I have the
information that'll tell me when I go to an interventionist
what I need to watch.

Speaker 3 (04:28):
That feels like a weird word for that, I know,
I know.

Speaker 6 (04:29):
I even called it tutoring, like I was like, so
a minute, because she's going to be on my podcast
this week actually because that's so many questions which that
episode will come out tomorrow. But she said that no,
you're you're you're going to get intervention. You're not going
to get tutoring. And I'm like, okay, okay, okay, And.

Speaker 2 (04:42):
I'm sure that's the appropriate word. I've just been a
part of interventions for like drug about and that's a hardcore.
This one was kind of funny that one was this Yeah,
this was like Amy like wanting to figure out a
way to like grow.

Speaker 6 (04:54):
Yeah, and she wants to encourage everybody and that was
her thing when she came on and Eddie, she wants
to send encouragement your way too, because at your age,
you've said nah, I'm good, I don't want to do it,
And she doesn't want other people to hear that and
feel like that there they have a limit, Like if
you're an adult and you're getting diagnosed with it, you
can have growth and she would encourage you to do.

Speaker 7 (05:12):
It and not stop.

Speaker 3 (05:13):
Why are you working out with me a few times
a week? M just makes my body feel good. I
feel like makes your body feel good.

Speaker 2 (05:20):
I think you think you can improve physically the same
way you can improve physically.

Speaker 3 (05:24):
What am I improving?

Speaker 4 (05:26):
I just feel better, right, I'm not trying to run
faster or go play with in the NFL.

Speaker 7 (05:30):
That your brain will feel better.

Speaker 4 (05:33):
Good And please people listening, don't ever base what I'm
saying in your life.

Speaker 3 (05:37):
Don't try to be like me. You guys be yourself.
You're saying you're not a role model. I'm just saying me.
I'm just talking about me.

Speaker 2 (05:43):
All right.

Speaker 3 (05:43):
Reg go ahead from Mountain Pine, Arkansas.

Speaker 8 (05:45):
He usually gets scared on an airplane in the bathroom,
keeps him saying Bobby bones who.

Speaker 3 (05:51):
Wow, Wow. A lot of rudeness.

Speaker 7 (05:53):
I was writing a note to myself, and that's what
I have to do to remember what I don't say.

Speaker 3 (05:59):
What Race said up okay, regardless saying playing sane.

Speaker 8 (06:06):
Why does the wrong didn't you have to go in
there and you were sick on going to Hawaii one
time and you had to lock the door.

Speaker 3 (06:12):
Yeah, yeah, anyway, he remember that.

Speaker 2 (06:14):
Let's just do this. I'm going to not next week,
but the week after that. I'm going to the University
of Arkansas and I'm gonna teach classes for a couple
of days.

Speaker 7 (06:26):
I'm going because a professor.

Speaker 3 (06:27):
I'm a doctor. What class you know? They have to
call me doctor when I'm there.

Speaker 7 (06:30):
That's what I'm talking about, Doctor Bones.

Speaker 3 (06:32):
Yeah, I don't know about that.

Speaker 7 (06:34):
Doctor.

Speaker 3 (06:34):
Maybe maybe doctor Bobby.

Speaker 8 (06:37):
Uh.

Speaker 3 (06:37):
Yeah, I'm gonna go.

Speaker 2 (06:38):
We'll start the show in the morning, but I'll be
working from there. I'm gonna go teach for a couple days.

Speaker 7 (06:41):
What's the class?

Speaker 3 (06:43):
I think we're going to do? Physics? No, you're not
advanced physics. Who do you teach to media students? Okay? Yeah, okay,
so Bones, the last time you did that.

Speaker 2 (06:53):
The last time I wasn't in by back. I went
and spoke at Texas State and they said, never come back.
And then I got a letter of years later going,
We're so sorry, we shouldn't have told you never to
come back. But I just gave him a dose of
the truth. But this is more specific on skills. Okay, So,
but I'm gonna go teach for two days there.

Speaker 7 (07:09):
Wow, are you excited or nervous or what not?

Speaker 3 (07:11):
Nervous?

Speaker 2 (07:12):
I think it's pretty cool. I've never in an official
capacity been an instructor.

Speaker 3 (07:17):
You can give it.

Speaker 2 (07:18):
I don't know, pop quiz first day, Yeah, just to
let him know who's here and whose boss. So I'm
excited about it. I just don't quite really know. I
don't have a lesson plan yet.

Speaker 3 (07:27):
I gotta guess. I gotta go and get that.

Speaker 2 (07:29):
Book from like the teacher surplus store. Yeah, they have
a calendar you're agenda fill it out. Yeah, I'm not
not really sure. And I got to get some toys somebody,
if some whoever the good student of the day is
it gets the picking the toy box.

Speaker 3 (07:40):
Oh yeah, tru my gosh, Oh my gosh. I already
know what you're gonna do.

Speaker 4 (07:43):
You're gonna lock the door when the bell rings, so
if you're late, you can't come fire hazard.

Speaker 2 (07:49):
Lean on me. But you can't come in, you can
always go out. So there's a lot of fire hazard. Right.

Speaker 6 (07:55):
Speaking of going out, those that are good like one
of my teachers would if you were good enough, like
get yeah, yes, my third grade teacher would have sleepovers.

Speaker 3 (08:05):
Is his name?

Speaker 7 (08:06):
It was a woman and.

Speaker 3 (08:08):
One of my teachers in middle school had a sleepover.
Did you go? No, I didn't go. I didn't I
wasn't in the group. Was it a dude? It was
a dude. Forest went, okay, teeth, yeah, I can't. But
Forrest mom was not happy. I wouldn't be Forest. He said,
you spend the night somewhere else and he wouldn't stay

(08:29):
with a dude teacher. Yeah, because the other kids were
going and gets there. He's only kid.

Speaker 5 (08:34):
See Forrest mom went over and got him. Yeah, how
old sounds great? So how old that is?

Speaker 3 (08:40):
That's crazy? Dude? Well, I mean think's crazy. Maybe it's great.
Raid led me off. I think I didn't understand, and
bones don't do any sleepovers. Why woman, I'm walking off
to listen now was my lesson plan.

Speaker 5 (08:49):
But the first thing you need to teach your class
when you go in there and be like, listen, guys,
when you go into a bathroom, you can peet or
poop in the bathroom that way, you know that.

Speaker 2 (08:58):
On the board, I'm gonna go be mister Bones, like
in the big white board. Write my name on it
so they know. Then I'm gonna have whoever's bad dusty erasers.
Oh yeah, go in the back.

Speaker 6 (09:09):
And also you could send a message that if any
of you are dyslexic or have ADHD, you're not stupid.

Speaker 7 (09:17):
Tell them that they need to know. I wish someone
had told me he was going to.

Speaker 3 (09:21):
Be a disaster. I'm bringing you guys in his guest speakers,
guest teacher. Let's do it.

Speaker 6 (09:27):
I could do an exercise with them to exercise their brain.
It's called brain Jim.

Speaker 3 (09:30):
Do you want to say, I need no, no, what's happening.
I gonna do smoking chickens when I want. I'm done.
Let's open up the mail bag.

Speaker 5 (09:37):
You send the game nail and we reading it all
the air.

Speaker 1 (09:40):
Get something we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (09:43):
Get me Hello, Bobby Bones, my roommate. And now I've
been sharing a home for the last two months. Three
days ago he told me he's leaving to see his family.
He'd be back in a week. I had the whole
house to myself. Today, I walked out of the shower
the kitchen naked to check out the cake guys Bacon.
My roommate suddenly barged in while I was in the kitchen.
We're both guys. Things gotten very awkward for us. Since
then he's saying I should have run around house naked.

(10:05):
I'm saying that he should have told me he's coming
in earlier. Who's a faultier signed the naked roommate.

Speaker 3 (10:12):
I don't understand it awkward. It just happened.

Speaker 4 (10:15):
And it's not like, why is he checking the oven
when he's naked?

Speaker 3 (10:20):
Why is he Why is he baking a cake? Dude issue?
That's not a baker? Like a baker.

Speaker 2 (10:32):
Watched you ever watch the Guys The Great Bacon. The
chefs are awesome. Due Yeah, a lot of dudes do that.
But do they do it naked? Don't think it's a
different show. Yeah, there's a lot about this. I would
question if I had you in the room to ask you.
It shouldn't be awkward because one dude saw another naked?

Speaker 3 (10:51):
No, no bones.

Speaker 4 (10:52):
If you if I walk back into the apartment, we're
roommates and you're checking the oven, but.

Speaker 3 (10:57):
Checking we got question.

Speaker 2 (10:58):
If you're walking through the house naked and you think
the house you're you're all alone.

Speaker 3 (11:02):
It's like, oh god, yeah, it's not like it's awkward
for another four days now. If you're if you're baking,
if you're baking, baking naked though, that's kind of weird.
But I don't think that's it. I don't think that's
what the issue is. I think that's the issue.

Speaker 10 (11:17):
Oh I was something else happening because they I walked out.

Speaker 3 (11:20):
I mean, did somebody stare for too long?

Speaker 5 (11:22):
But then it's and then it's like a piece of
that cake and you're like, no, man, you were.

Speaker 3 (11:27):
Baking that naked.

Speaker 2 (11:28):
Yeah. I walked out of the shower to the kitchen
naked to check on the cake I was baking. And
also something a limerick the cake I was baking today.
I walked out of the shower to the kitchen naked
to check on the cake I was baking. I don't know, guys,
you grow.

Speaker 3 (11:44):
Up, dude.

Speaker 4 (11:45):
If I if it was my birthday, he's making me
that cake and I found he was naked, I'm like,
what are you doing?

Speaker 3 (11:49):
It's supposed to be gone though, Remember he's gone. Understand
that still got everybody goodness, he got home.

Speaker 2 (11:54):
Everybody grow up. I'm talking about in this email. I'm
talking about over there in child Landia.

Speaker 3 (11:59):
You two to grow up.

Speaker 2 (12:01):
Everybody, just a grow up. Who cares? That's all I got.
Nothing else. Be careful if you're baking naked. Other than that,
that's awkward.

Speaker 7 (12:09):
Man, the roommate have feelings for him.

Speaker 3 (12:13):
We don't know. As I said, they stared a little
too long, alright, Like, and why did you think you're
stare at duck? You could have been staring at the
caked Dude, someone's naked baking. You're not staring at the cake.

Speaker 7 (12:24):
So check on that.

Speaker 2 (12:25):
What's the shape of the cake. Everybody, grow up. That's
that's why I say to that email. We got your
beam made ran on your Now it's found the clothes
Bobby's mail.

Speaker 1 (12:37):
Bag on the Bobby Bones Show. Now, Ashley Cook, be
so good. How are you good?

Speaker 3 (12:44):
You have a jeep?

Speaker 2 (12:45):
Do you do the thing like they do like Morgan
does when you walk around throw the ducks at other jeep?

Speaker 1 (12:50):
You throw them like I'm not.

Speaker 3 (12:51):
Sure exactly what happens. You can throw it up on
the handle.

Speaker 1 (12:55):
Okay, yes, that's that's that's accurate. Yeah, there's like do
you ducks keep ducking? Yeah? For sure. And also like
fans of my now I've found this out, so they
bring me specific little ducks with stuff written on them.

Speaker 11 (13:03):
Two shows. It's a thing jeep culture. Come on, get
with it, Bobby.

Speaker 3 (13:06):
But you have a Jeep too, though, Oh no, no, I
got rid of my jeep.

Speaker 7 (13:08):
Oh dang.

Speaker 2 (13:09):
The only good thing about my Jeep that I liked
was it flooded at once. I was driving and didn't
have the top on and it rained and it flooded.
But then I just pulled the things out of the floorboard.

Speaker 1 (13:17):
And it's meant for like mudding and off roading and stuff,
So yes, not look at me.

Speaker 3 (13:21):
I'm not from mudding or off roading in it anyway.

Speaker 1 (13:23):
I have a newer Jeep though. My first Jep was
like a twenty fourteen and it had all the same
kind of stuff. The newer ones, though, they're pretty high tech,
so I can't really go off roading and mudding with
like leather interior.

Speaker 11 (13:31):
You know what I mean.

Speaker 3 (13:32):
Did you get a new one in the last couple
of years?

Speaker 11 (13:34):
Yeah, like last year twenty three.

Speaker 3 (13:36):
So like you're like, I'm kind of making it now
I'm gonna get a new Jeep. Is that the move honestly.

Speaker 1 (13:40):
I mean yeah, I was like, I'm gonna shreat myself,
but also my old jeep. My first Jeep was a
twenty I think was fourteen, and it was getting just
like some engine failure and stuff like that, which usually
they hold their value very well.

Speaker 11 (13:50):
So I was very surprised by it. But I was like,
all right, New Life, let's do it.

Speaker 2 (13:53):
Do you show your jeep, your specific jeep now on
your social media?

Speaker 11 (13:57):
I do, and I debated not doing that.

Speaker 2 (13:59):
I wonder if people identify you by your jeep, a
little bit of privacy that you're already not. I mean,
you're as open as you can be as an artist.
But if people like see your jeep out and you're
like at the you know that, what will be an
embarrassing place to be, Like the butt doctor. That's likely
comes to the butt doctor, Oh my god, have spotted your.

Speaker 11 (14:19):
Jeep for sure.

Speaker 1 (14:20):
I don't have the windows sinted either yet, so I
need to kind of like, you know. But also I
love it because it's part of the community. It's jeep
jeep fan. People that drive jeeps will like jeep wave and.

Speaker 11 (14:27):
Be like, oh my god, what hey.

Speaker 3 (14:28):
I thought when I had a jeep. Everybody waved at me.
You didn't wave back. Well, I was always confused.

Speaker 11 (14:33):
What do you mean? Do they do like a full
blown wave or just like the jeep way what?

Speaker 2 (14:36):
It doesn't matter because I didn't know that was a
thing when I had it, and I was like, oh man,
I wonder who that was?

Speaker 3 (14:41):
Like eight people every time.

Speaker 1 (14:42):
I wonder that you sold those because everybody waves all
the time. That's also though, here's my thing. Okay, I'm
one of those people that only waves it Wranglers. I
don't wave it like grand Cherokees.

Speaker 3 (14:51):
Oh you're a snob.

Speaker 1 (14:52):
I always have a snob. But I feel like it's
one of those things. I'm like, okay, what's a wrangler thing?
Like do you like, do you go duck a grand
Cherokee or it's only a Wrangler, right.

Speaker 10 (15:00):
It's only.

Speaker 1 (15:03):
Like the O G jeep.

Speaker 3 (15:05):
But see now they have the trucks, you know, so
you see the front of it, you think it's a yeah,
you don't. You don't wave it.

Speaker 1 (15:10):
Everything that's a brand and just like just the Wrangler,
liberties get the boxy looking one, the normal Wrangler.

Speaker 3 (15:17):
All right, not the I'm glad to get rid of
it because im annoyed about this conversation. Now and what
do you drive now? A lot of things, but mostly
I drive a Hundai.

Speaker 2 (15:26):
Yeah you do, I say like that, I don't know
why the parking spot this morning day or no, my
car this morning?

Speaker 3 (15:32):
Where'd you come.

Speaker 11 (15:32):
Into the park and gardator? I saw the reggie out there,
but I thought, I thought for a second that was yours.

Speaker 3 (15:37):
That's mine.

Speaker 1 (15:37):
Okay, so we're all jeepans. So you're just through the
wame one here you you you did start our.

Speaker 2 (15:42):
I just got annoyed that people will wave at me
all the time, and I didn't know that because where
I grew up, everybody waved it everybody, but you knew everybody.

Speaker 1 (15:49):
Yeah, that's part of the community that with cheap is
everybody's kind of like, I got enough communities in my life.

Speaker 3 (15:53):
I'm be honest with you. Your hometown, what is it?

Speaker 1 (15:57):
It's kind of an interesting answer because I moved around
a lot growing up, But I usually just say Parkland, Florida,
because I was there before I was in Nashville, So
like high school years were spent in Florida, and I
moved here from there.

Speaker 3 (16:06):
Like if I were to say the house you grew
up in. Is is what town?

Speaker 2 (16:10):
Well?

Speaker 1 (16:10):
I lived in nineteen homes before I was eighteen.

Speaker 3 (16:12):
I know, But I'm saying like, what, well do you
have someone that you assigned to? Is like the house
you like?

Speaker 11 (16:17):
Has it built me?

Speaker 6 (16:18):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (16:18):
If someone said tape, we're doing a special on you,
Ashley Cook, and we want to go to the house
that you have the most memories in, where would you go?

Speaker 1 (16:26):
Probably Parkland because I spent like, gosh, I was fourteen
to eighteen in that same house, So I spent the
most time I think, in that one house, and my
high school graduation party was there, and so many memories
like I got my first jeep there and all of that.

Speaker 11 (16:38):
So I'd probably go Parkland if I had to choose.

Speaker 3 (16:40):
And you moved around so much because.

Speaker 1 (16:42):
My dad's job, he's a corporate guy. And also I
started music really young. Like my sister was an acting
when she was like, gosh, eleven, twelve years old. I
was in music when I was eleven, So we kind
of just moved around for that. And I was in
Nashville super young. Actually I came here first in like
twenty ten to write songs on music throw.

Speaker 2 (16:57):
Do you remember the first famous Nashville person you met
when you were Oh, man, I'm in to town.

Speaker 3 (17:04):
You're like, wow, this is crazy.

Speaker 1 (17:04):
Well famous, how like artists famous?

Speaker 2 (17:06):
Like right, I would say artists famous. Amy just saw
Keith and we know Keith Urbane, but Amy just saw
Keith urban hiking the other day.

Speaker 3 (17:11):
Oh, I got so fun. So you come to Nashville
and you just see somebody around your room like you're like,
holy crap, that's.

Speaker 1 (17:17):
I want to say. It was Shania Twain. We saw
her at what used to be Cantina Laredo down in
the Gulch.

Speaker 3 (17:22):
That's crazy.

Speaker 1 (17:22):
Yeah, And she was sitting at a table and my
sister and I had like written a song with her
name in it, and we walked up.

Speaker 11 (17:26):
We're like, we have a song, and she was like,
why are you bothering?

Speaker 1 (17:29):
I got my dinner.

Speaker 11 (17:30):
But yeah, we saw Shania.

Speaker 3 (17:31):
I think I never seen Shania now. She's lived here, Yeah,
she's been in the studio.

Speaker 2 (17:35):
Yeah, I mean I've like talked to her working, but
I've never like randomly seen her anyone.

Speaker 3 (17:39):
It's amazing.

Speaker 11 (17:39):
It had to have been like twenty twelve. Yeah, it
was like a minute ago.

Speaker 3 (17:42):
How old were you the first time you came to
town to work.

Speaker 1 (17:44):
I'm out a math Okay, so twenty ten, I'm twenty six.
Now what would that be.

Speaker 3 (17:48):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (17:49):
Fourteen twelve, fourteen years ago, fourteen years ago, so it's
twenty six minus fourteen twelve.

Speaker 11 (17:54):
Yeah, I didn't study math in school.

Speaker 3 (17:56):
We were twelve years old coming to town with what
purpose music.

Speaker 1 (17:59):
I wanted to perform and like write songs on music Grow.
And I literally got to town. My sister and I
were in a duo together that we had from being
in LA and moving around a lot and stuff, and
came to town and started writing stuff on music Grow
and just kind of like planted in the town. And
my dad was still in California at the time, so
we kind of split time between the two trying to
pursue a career out here.

Speaker 2 (18:18):
I'm going to play the new song in your Place, which,
by the way, do it in case you guys haven't heard.
Ashley is the iHeart Country on the Verge artist, which
just means this company commits a ton of time and
energy and airtime to playing your music. So it's a
big deal. Congratulations, hi deal, thank you. Yeah, that's really
cool for you. I mean everything's been It really feels
like and I know you're living in the weeds, so
everything feels maybe a bit slow because you're waiting, but man,

(18:41):
is it from afar.

Speaker 3 (18:42):
It's been like you've blown up.

Speaker 11 (18:44):
It's been wild. It's crazy, I will say too, like
you're right being in the weeds.

Speaker 1 (18:47):
Sometimes with this career you can feel like, okay, like
is anything even happening to people actually care like all
of that stuff. But I would say the last couple
months have really felt like momentum picking up, which is
just huge, and it feels like Nashville and Heart and
so many people are like rallying around what I'm doing,
and it's it's really it's exciting.

Speaker 11 (19:04):
It's a huge honor to get to like be in
this spot.

Speaker 2 (19:06):
You know, give me your top three if I said,
let's do four, like your Mount Rushmore artists that you
have listened to the most in your life, listen to
the most.

Speaker 1 (19:17):
Okay, I go Rascal Flats, I'd go Ed. I love
Taylor Swift obviously too. They might be tied Taylor Swift
and Rascal Flats. Okay, Ed Sheeron and lately I'd say
Jp Sacks. He's a killer artist. He's amazing.

Speaker 3 (19:32):
Have you met the Flats guys?

Speaker 1 (19:33):
And yeah, okay, yeah, I've met almost all of them.
I've met Gary and Jay and there. Jay actually was
at the Opry the other night and stopped by and said, hey.

Speaker 3 (19:40):
And how cool is that you get to play the Opry?

Speaker 11 (19:41):
Oh my gosh it was. It was my fourth time
playing it, and I was like, this is insane.

Speaker 1 (19:45):
And it's it's weird too, because my first time I
was super super nervous, like just walking up there, You're like,
there's so much history in this building and making your debut. Also,
the crowd at the Opry they're all just sitting there
staring at you, which I'm obviously in a country where
used to play in like bar crowds and louder stuff,
and the Opry is just so they care and they
pay attention and they're zoned in, so it's it's it's cool.

Speaker 3 (20:04):
Now.

Speaker 1 (20:04):
I feel like this is my hopefully well fifth time
playing it soon and it's like, you know, I'm finally okay, yeah,
breath like you're good.

Speaker 2 (20:11):
Yeah, you gets because well the first time saying like
the lights you're in the circle. My favorite time is
the second time I played it out of I think
I played it twenty times or so now just doing comedy.

Speaker 3 (20:19):
But first time it was the worst and the best.

Speaker 1 (20:22):
That's what I'm saying, because you're like, Okay, you don't.

Speaker 3 (20:23):
Really get to take it in. You're just so it's
you so in awe of everything happening.

Speaker 11 (20:26):
Yeah, it's not like a normal show.

Speaker 1 (20:27):
You have such a big like weight on your shoulders
to you know, do well and make the oprety proud.
So it's definitely a different thing. But now I feel
like this last time, I was a lot more confident
in walking in there.

Speaker 2 (20:36):
Yeah, I could see people's faces now one hundred and
six feet blurried, yes, like oh god.

Speaker 1 (20:40):
And overthink what you're going to say before you walk
on stage, and you know, don't say a curse word.
It's the operation.

Speaker 3 (20:45):
I don't deal with that one. Yeah, oh I do.

Speaker 11 (20:48):
I have the mouth of the sailor. It's horrible.

Speaker 2 (20:49):
Congrat congratulations actually and everything. Really, I mean I feel like,
I mean, we started talking with you, Mike, how long ago,
super early on.

Speaker 3 (20:56):
Yeah, it's crazy to watch and I just you know,
watch it from a far and see your so and stuff,
all the cool things happening, but you deserve it all.
It's so cool to see you.

Speaker 2 (21:04):
Just kind of kill it now and you're getting all
the I saw you got a CMT Award nomination.

Speaker 3 (21:08):
It did that? Is that your first big nomination?

Speaker 5 (21:11):
Yeah?

Speaker 11 (21:12):
First one first, like big award show.

Speaker 1 (21:14):
You know, if I win, fingers crossed, then it's like
the whole walk up on stage, do the acceptance speech,
all of that.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
So the best part is the red carpet beforehand because
you haven't lost yet.

Speaker 1 (21:25):
Honestly though, the category is pretty dope. So I feel
like I'm one of those people.

Speaker 11 (21:28):
I've never been a very competitive person, so I feel.

Speaker 3 (21:30):
Like, oh see, I am for me. I just want
to I don't like winning. I hate losing. So that's
why I think of it as like that I don't
like winning.

Speaker 2 (21:37):
When that's fine, I hate losing, Okay, so you'd rather
stab my eyes out before I lose something, dally, I
don't mind winning.

Speaker 1 (21:45):
I'm like, that's so weird. That's a weird take on
it that you hate as much.

Speaker 2 (21:49):
It's an insecurity thing, right, Like if I lose, then
people look down on me. But if you win, lose again, no,
I don't care about that but it's like, if I win,
how long is it gonna last? Somebody else is gonna
win it? In another you're anyway, or people are gonna
be like, hey, doesn't deserve I feel like.

Speaker 1 (22:03):
I overthink a lot, and you ever think times thirty
based off that statement.

Speaker 2 (22:06):
I think our overthinking is probably both just based on
the different traumas in our life. I just hate losing
because I feel less than see.

Speaker 1 (22:13):
I walk into award shows and all these things if
I'm nominated thinking like, oh, so and so is totally
gonna win it, and I'm so happy for them.

Speaker 11 (22:19):
That's how I walk into it.

Speaker 7 (22:20):
I never thought that, like you're honored to just to
be That's what I'm saying.

Speaker 3 (22:23):
I never have anybody to beat me at anything.

Speaker 1 (22:25):
I think.

Speaker 11 (22:25):
Do you know what the enneagram is?

Speaker 3 (22:26):
Yeah, I'm a eight.

Speaker 1 (22:27):
Okay, I'm a seven, and so seven's avoid negative emotion.
And I think that that's why I do that, as
I'm like, oh, obviously this is not going to happen.
So if it does happen, I'm like over the moon,
but I'm not expecting it to be let down.

Speaker 7 (22:37):
You're also just always there for a good time.

Speaker 1 (22:38):
Exactly, like let's just get some drinks, have a good time, whatever.
If people win, sick if they don't.

Speaker 2 (22:42):
Okay, Like I'm the opposite of that too. I prefer
not a good time and I prefer to only suffer. Yeah,
I'm a challenger.

Speaker 11 (22:49):
Okay, I'm I could see that.

Speaker 1 (22:51):
I could definitely see that.

Speaker 3 (22:52):
Yeah I want to.

Speaker 2 (22:53):
Yeah, Ashley, I'm a challenge her right now. I'm not
going to though, I'm let her go. I'm having a
wildly successful career. She's the new her country on the
verge artist with her song and we just play call
your Place.

Speaker 3 (23:02):
I'm so happy for you. Every time you come in.
It's something new and something big, and I have a
feeling this is going to be a trend for a while.
So great to see you. Let me say this. You
can go and Ashley's on Jordan Davis on his tour.

Speaker 2 (23:13):
Go to Ashley cook dot com c O K E
and you can see all the dates playing, all the festivals.

Speaker 1 (23:18):
All the festivals, all the things got on bus now
I do actually through the Night, which is so nice.

Speaker 3 (23:25):
That's super cool.

Speaker 2 (23:26):
And then check out the Shot in the Dark, which
came out last year. But what's to do it when's
a new package.

Speaker 11 (23:30):
When's the new like new new music?

Speaker 3 (23:32):
Yeah, like what's up?

Speaker 1 (23:33):
It's always so hard that I feel like when I
dropped my debut album and be like, okay, cool, this
is cool. Now what's next? Like it's one of the
things I've already written enough to fill a second album, truly,
but we're just kind of taking our time, you know this.
This song is doing really great at radio, which is
very exciting, and who knows, we'll see no news yet,
but you'll be the first time. Now, I swear i'll
tell you first.

Speaker 3 (23:49):
You won't tell me first, but I will say I
will take you this interview. She will tell me very first.

Speaker 2 (23:54):
I'll call you and be like, yo, Ashley Cook follow
her at the Ashley Cook, good to see you, and
congratulations our new iHeart country.

Speaker 3 (24:00):
On the Verge artist, it's actually Cook goob, good job.

Speaker 1 (24:06):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 5 (24:12):
Jake mcapplin thought he was doing something nice, cleaning up
the house, throw that away, throw this away, throw that away.

Speaker 3 (24:19):
And his wife comes home. It's like, hey, where's Cupcake.

Speaker 5 (24:23):
Yeah, and he's like, cupcake goes yeah, you know, your
daughter's favorite stuffed animal. He's like, oh, I thought we
were done. With that, I threw it in the trash.
It's already gone, the trashman already come taking it to
the dump. And Mayor's like, we gotta get cupcake back.
She posted on social media, and Brian Monahan and Dan Conway,
who worked with the sanitation, the trash and the recycle,

(24:47):
saw the message, said hey, we'll go out there and
we'll start digging with their own hands, dig dig. The
trash had already been compacted, dumped in the dump, and
they dug until they found cupcake.

Speaker 3 (25:00):
Do you even want cupcake back at that? Exactly? That's
so nice of them to do that. But cupcakes now.

Speaker 2 (25:04):
Been covered everybody's coffee grounds and it can't smell good sipers,
I hear you. No, No, those guys are awesome for
doing that. But Cupcake, I mean, cupcake is home.

Speaker 4 (25:14):
A little batter, bruised, yeah, gonna need some band aids,
probably missing an eye maybe, yeah, but cupcake is home safely.

Speaker 3 (25:22):
Gotta love that cupcake.

Speaker 2 (25:24):
No word on how much the reward was doesn't sound
like there was one, and that's okay. I think the
reward was just going to do something good for somebody.

Speaker 3 (25:29):
They said, it made us feel pretty good.

Speaker 5 (25:31):
No one wants to be without their stuffy and the
smile on their face said it all.

Speaker 3 (25:37):
That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good.
The game is never gonna get it. You know you're
not gonna get it yet. You're never gonna get it?
All right, listen, here's the question.

Speaker 2 (25:50):
This is worth an average of seven dollars and nine
cents in twenty twenty four, down twenty cents since last year.

Speaker 8 (25:58):
What is it?

Speaker 3 (26:00):
It's worth an average?

Speaker 2 (26:01):
You have seven dollars and nine cents and twenty twenty four,
down twenty cent since last year?

Speaker 3 (26:07):
What is it? Never gonna get it? No, you're not
gonna get it now. We're gonna seven dollars, Chris? How
you doing? Buddy good? Y'all good?

Speaker 2 (26:15):
You're gonna compete here for a one hundred dollars Sonic
gift card. I'm gonna read you the question again, and Chris,
you'll get to answer the question first. It's okay if
you miss it. You have two different basically lifelines here.
This is worth on average seven dollars and nine cents
in twenty twenty four, down twenty cents since last year.

Speaker 3 (26:34):
What is it?

Speaker 8 (26:35):
Chris?

Speaker 3 (26:35):
What do you think that is. Oh man, it's okay.
If you miss it, just throw something out there, no.

Speaker 7 (26:47):
Answer at all, because like, what's gone down?

Speaker 3 (26:51):
Okay, nothing done down? No answer? Okay, that's okay. So
now each of you guys have written an answer down.

Speaker 7 (26:57):
Amy, Yeah, I have one lunchbox thinking about it.

Speaker 3 (27:01):
Oh, you guys are struggling. Yeah, I got one. Do
you feel good about it? Yeah? I feel real good
about it. Morgan, I got one.

Speaker 10 (27:05):
I felt really good.

Speaker 3 (27:07):
Uh so you get to pick.

Speaker 2 (27:08):
I'm gonna let you have two callers or two players here, Chris.
You can pick any two members of the show, and
if they get it, you win the prize. So you
have Amy lunchbox, Eddie or Morgan. Both Eddie and Morgan
feel like they've got a good handle on it. So, Chris,
who who you partner up with.

Speaker 6 (27:25):
Show?

Speaker 3 (27:27):
Let's do with Eddie. Let's do Eddie and Morgan.

Speaker 10 (27:31):
Okay, the first time in history.

Speaker 7 (27:33):
I don't have it same.

Speaker 3 (27:36):
You guys have both missed many Yeah, but I've gotten
a lot. Yeah, I know.

Speaker 2 (27:39):
But this is worth an average of seven dollars and
nine cents of twenty twenty four, twenty cents down since
last year.

Speaker 3 (27:46):
Amy, what you have your opinion? What all right? Lunchbox
gold coin? Hey, Eddie, I have toilet paper, Morgan, papilet.

Speaker 10 (27:58):
I got cigarette?

Speaker 3 (28:00):
Okay, seven dollars and nine cents down, Morgan.

Speaker 7 (28:03):
No, I feel like they make it more so you
don't buy it.

Speaker 12 (28:06):
No, there, it's less because not as many people are buying.

Speaker 3 (28:08):
Oh do you know smoking? You bought it back? You're
all wrong? What everybody wrong?

Speaker 2 (28:15):
I knew that it's wrong, but I'm gonna give him
another shot because you're never gonna get it.

Speaker 3 (28:22):
No, you're not gonna get it. You're never got it.

Speaker 2 (28:26):
It's worth an average of seven dollars and nine cents
this year, down twenty cents. So think of an answer, now, Chris,
you can pick that the whole show misses it or
one of them gets it out of them.

Speaker 3 (28:39):
Out of the four, what do you think.

Speaker 7 (28:40):
I think the whole show is going to miss it?

Speaker 2 (28:42):
Okay, that's a good hater. If everybody misses it, he wins. Now,
you guys try to get it. Got it?

Speaker 3 (28:47):
Oh, he's got it? He doesn't do the inspiration. Yeah,
I like going be able to pick against me. Oh man,
I gotta guess.

Speaker 10 (28:55):
Bogan in Yeah, it was really common to about my last.

Speaker 3 (29:00):
That was a terrible paper? Was good?

Speaker 10 (29:01):
No quiet?

Speaker 3 (29:02):
Amen? Yeah, seven dollars and nine cents? What do you have?
A sandwich, lunchbox, combo meal? Eddie Weird Big Mac?

Speaker 10 (29:17):
I did also, I said fast food meal?

Speaker 2 (29:19):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (29:20):
Now, Chris, you have chosen that none of them get
it right.

Speaker 2 (29:23):
I will give you the opportunity to change your answer
if you heard an answer you think could be the
right answer. So are you gonna stick with your original
or no? Amy, your answer of a sandwich wrong, lunchbox,
combo meal? Wrong, Eddie Big Mac?

Speaker 8 (29:44):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (29:44):
Wrong? Oh, Morgan, I forgot.

Speaker 10 (29:46):
What you said, have fast food meal?

Speaker 3 (29:48):
Wrong? It's a lost baby tooth.

Speaker 2 (29:52):
The average the kid would get paid with seven dollars
and nine cents, down twenty centents last year.

Speaker 3 (30:00):
You're telling me the truth fairy gives seven dollars.

Speaker 2 (30:03):
On average the tooth fairy depending on what part of
the country you Yeah, but you, Chris, nice job, buddy,
big wonder here.

Speaker 3 (30:12):
Yeah, yeah, look at it each Just bet on you
guys losing I.

Speaker 7 (30:15):
Know how smart though, It's not like we were exuding confidence.

Speaker 3 (30:18):
That was pretty much impossible.

Speaker 2 (30:20):
All right, Chris, We're gonna get you a sanic gift car. Congratulations,
buddy Worse.

Speaker 3 (30:23):
I appreciate it one hundred dollars, I think. Is that right? Scooba?
Your city is all right?

Speaker 2 (30:31):
Hold on a second, at Lunchwalks, how would you describe
the past few months with Morgan and the Man in
Uniform that she's been dating but not seriously dating?

Speaker 3 (30:44):
Well, I mean a little fast forward.

Speaker 5 (30:46):
I mean she's been really all gas, no breaks, falling
in love real quick.

Speaker 3 (30:51):
I felt, okay, So that's your interpretation of it. What
is your interpretation of it?

Speaker 6 (30:55):
M I feel like she's gone out with him five
times at least that I know of, and she's like
taking it as it comes, like.

Speaker 7 (31:02):
I don't feel like she's like all beat ahead.

Speaker 2 (31:05):
I think what Lunchbox will be referring to is the
fact that he's like, I thought of fifteen things we
can do.

Speaker 3 (31:09):
Yeah, that was like that, but that was like so
early on, it was just so quick, like it just
has abby vibes. We always get so he's he's so
he's abby though, Yes, he's abby. Okay, So when only
call him the man in Uniform, you guys do not
know what he does. I do know what he does.
I think it's a great name to call him, Morgan.

Speaker 2 (31:26):
So this man in uniform, are you guys still seeing
each other or have you not actually seen him physically
because he's gone.

Speaker 12 (31:33):
Yeah, I haven't seen him physically or been able to
talk to him since he's been gone.

Speaker 3 (31:38):
And how long.

Speaker 1 (31:41):
Like five days?

Speaker 10 (31:42):
It'll be three weeks.

Speaker 12 (31:43):
It'll have to be three weeks before I get his talk.

Speaker 10 (31:45):
To him and then see him again.

Speaker 2 (31:46):
So has he done anything in the I know you
even't spoken to him, but he's he like done anything special?

Speaker 1 (31:52):
Yeah?

Speaker 12 (31:52):
So I got a package in the mail and it
was super sweet and a very thoughtful gift. It was
something based on a conversation that we had had before
he left, and it was just a package to be
like thinking about you and hope you're having a good week?

Speaker 3 (32:08):
Package? Do you want to say?

Speaker 2 (32:10):
Yeah?

Speaker 10 (32:10):
But it kind of it may not make sense to some.

Speaker 3 (32:13):
People, Like beside jokes, I was want to be a
part of one guy.

Speaker 12 (32:16):
Basically we were talking about like ourselves and how we
would describe ourselves, and I was like, you know, I
think one of my favorite compliments a friend has given
me is that I'm like human sunshine. And so he
sent me a sunshine box that had candies and some
fuzzy socks and a little plant in it, and it
was just like.

Speaker 3 (32:32):
I'm thinking about it's amazing.

Speaker 7 (32:33):
Okay, I'm officially I'm sure.

Speaker 3 (32:36):
Okay, so Eddie, let me both switched places. Okay, hold on,
I mean it's hard to go. I want to go.

Speaker 2 (32:44):
Who gives effort? Then when he gives effort, you're like,
I hate a guy. So but I'm happy to go
around the room and talking about this. But how many
times you've been out with him?

Speaker 3 (32:53):
Just reset it? Total?

Speaker 10 (32:55):
Five times?

Speaker 3 (32:56):
Good Jobby? Remember?

Speaker 8 (32:57):
Then?

Speaker 7 (32:57):
Thanks?

Speaker 3 (32:58):
Yeah, because I didn't remember. That's this is not Twister guy.

Speaker 10 (33:01):
No, this is not Twister guy.

Speaker 3 (33:02):
Does he know about Twister Guy?

Speaker 2 (33:04):
I know?

Speaker 10 (33:04):
I mean we haven't like talked about pastorals.

Speaker 3 (33:07):
Maybe gone disappeared. Oh yeah, so okay, let's talk about it.

Speaker 2 (33:12):
Not only has he made a list of like fifteen
big activities that he wants to do with her whatever
that was, he now has sent her a package while he's.

Speaker 4 (33:20):
Gone, Eddie, you said romantic go. This guy is like perfect.
Whatever he's doing, he cares about Morgan. He's thinking about
what Morgan is saying.

Speaker 3 (33:30):
And like, you know what that's a great point. He
heard her. He heard her.

Speaker 4 (33:33):
He says, I'm going to be gone for three weeks.
I want to do something special for her. And plus
he's a planner, Like, okay, he's got fifteen dates. He
wants to plan Morgan. This guy is just perfect and
I like it. I like when I you up for him?
Oh yeah, okay, if I was.

Speaker 6 (33:48):
Single, Okay, does it start to fall into the category
of like love bombing to war.

Speaker 3 (33:52):
That's it.

Speaker 6 (33:52):
He's trying to woo her a little too much. And
also I get that he's a man in uniform. I understand,
And I was married to a person in uniform that
would go.

Speaker 3 (34:03):
Away from maybe not the same kind of uniform.

Speaker 6 (34:04):
Just the record, I know, I'm just saying. I was like,
I know what it's like for people to go away
and you can't talk to him, stuff like that. I
know that's real, that exists. But what is also real
and also exists are people that are living double life,
and like he could be away at his other life
and then he sends her a package to like, you know,

(34:25):
keep her going, you know, and then.

Speaker 7 (34:27):
And then he's like hanging out with his other family.

Speaker 3 (34:30):
So is your thing now? Conspiracy, double life or is
it love bomb? It's two different things.

Speaker 7 (34:34):
It's love yeah, but people that live the double lives,
they love bombs.

Speaker 3 (34:37):
Okay, but I don't think we should pay you double long.
I don't know where you go super hard at the beginning,
you brainwash them.

Speaker 2 (34:42):
It's like I look how amazing I look, how amazing
I am? And then you get then or were not
as much into it.

Speaker 7 (34:47):
As okay, yeah, or once you get them, it just
kind of like stops.

Speaker 3 (34:50):
But you can't have both of those.

Speaker 7 (34:52):
I can't, but but they go hand in hand.

Speaker 2 (34:54):
Thing is, if you pick double live, Google, you're Google.
If you pick love bomb, that is like, okay, that's
something interesting to talk.

Speaker 7 (35:00):
Be fine. I'll pick double life, but be worried.

Speaker 3 (35:02):
That's what.

Speaker 2 (35:04):
Okay, lunch Fox, he's got a family, Eddie goes romantic
and he goes double life.

Speaker 3 (35:08):
Leuf'flocka amy. I didn't know the term, but that's what
it's called. Love bomb.

Speaker 5 (35:12):
This dude has been gone for three days and he's
already sending packages relaxed three weeks.

Speaker 3 (35:17):
No, No, he's been gone three days. He's going to
be gone. He's going to be going until three weeks
but he's been gone three days.

Speaker 10 (35:22):
We had to send it before he left, exactly.

Speaker 3 (35:24):
No, he didn't. You don't know.

Speaker 5 (35:25):
You're you're telling me there's no mail where he's at.
There's no you can't write. Okay, then write a letter,
do something like or.

Speaker 3 (35:34):
Wait till they he doesn't have hands, how do you feel?

Speaker 5 (35:36):
Or he leaves it with a friend and says, hey,
wait until it's three weeks and I'm about to come back.
I mean after three days. Ridiculous. Okay, it is out
of control you, Morgan. I am worried about you, like
you all meat, like all meat ads. And now you're
going for a love bomb.

Speaker 3 (35:55):
I mean you are. You don't know how to do this? Okay,
So Eddie goes romantic. Oh my god, I to wacko.
That does wacko for.

Speaker 7 (36:02):
There's nothing wrong with Morgan. Morgan's great.

Speaker 3 (36:04):
It's him, but you guys don't even know this. Let
me give my piece here. But he's sending a hold on.
I would like to give my vote here here with us.
I think I like him for now until proven guilty.

Speaker 7 (36:20):
Guilty until proven in a sense.

Speaker 2 (36:28):
Morgan, I think there is a fine line at being
too much, being bold, being crazy. It just depends how
much you like him, because if you didn't really like him,
this would seem crazy.

Speaker 3 (36:42):
But you do like him, but he does this to
make you like him more like that's okay to cloud
your mind.

Speaker 2 (36:47):
I think I don't think he's brainwashing you. I think
he really likes you. I am like Eddie.

Speaker 3 (36:52):
I think it's a great gesture. I would just not
even pink.

Speaker 2 (36:58):
I just like a white flat. Uh, just like look
for if it's too extra, not now, I love it.
I think it's great. For now, he's really into you.
Just be aware that there is this, you know, a
certain thing called love bombing. Sometimes you don't realize it
because you're in the middle of it.

Speaker 3 (37:13):
But I'm in.

Speaker 7 (37:14):
I go.

Speaker 3 (37:16):
Positive, healthy, let's go.

Speaker 4 (37:19):
It's a tough market out there, so you got to
make sure like you do your best to get the
girl that you want.

Speaker 2 (37:23):
And it's also if you're gonna say, I just want
a guy who pays attention to things I say and cares,
And then when he does pay attention to things you're
saying cares, you're like, he's living a double life.

Speaker 6 (37:32):
Yeah, he's doing a lot right away, he can show.
He already showed he paid attention with the list of
fifteen things.

Speaker 2 (37:38):
Imagine if you're a dude and you find somebody you
like and you're leaving for weeks, you're probably insecure that
you have this great girl and that she's going to
probably date somebody else because she's on the app, and
so you're gone for weeks, and it's like, I just
don't want her.

Speaker 3 (37:52):
To start dating somebody else. I'll forget about it. I
just met her. So you're probably just like, it's just
like a don't forget me thing. I like it a lot.
Maybe you've heard our piece. Yes, yeah, make your own decision.

Speaker 10 (38:06):
I don't you know.

Speaker 12 (38:06):
I don't feel like he's loved bombing. I am very
well aware of love bombers.

Speaker 7 (38:11):
They say, hold on, hold on.

Speaker 10 (38:16):
Easy. There is a definitely thing that comes associated with love.

Speaker 12 (38:19):
Bombing, and they're like, oh, I love you, I want
to marry you, I want everything with you, and there's
a whole lot of things. Not right away, no, but
it comes. It comes pretty quickly, and that isn't even
being talked about yet. It's moving very slow. Like we've
we're very intentional about how we're talking to each other,
spending time and communicating with each other.

Speaker 1 (38:38):
You're not communicating right now, everybody, We're good, You're good,
be happy.

Speaker 10 (38:47):
Yeah, I think he's great. There's no replies for me yet.

Speaker 3 (38:50):
I agree, Eddie, and I agree with you. Yes.

Speaker 4 (38:53):
Now, if you get a letter and it's the wrong
name double life, okay, I'm not concerned.

Speaker 3 (38:58):
About Yes, real quick, three words?

Speaker 7 (39:03):
Something was wrong?

Speaker 3 (39:06):
Excuse me?

Speaker 7 (39:06):
Listen to it. It's a podcast, all this kind of stuff.
It's crazy.

Speaker 3 (39:09):
Okay, you don't want to put that in your head.

Speaker 12 (39:13):
I remember being in this place like I was so cynical,
and I still am, and I'm still very aware of
what's happening around me.

Speaker 3 (39:21):
You get it it, Yes, you are Amy, you love
a double life. Pile of stories.

Speaker 6 (39:31):
So it's election years, so a lot of political content
on social media is thrown our way. But if you
want to limit content from people you don't follow, if
you fed all this stuff, then you can go into
the Instagram app and select the option to limit that stuff.

Speaker 7 (39:46):
That way, you're not inundated with all these things that
maybe you don't want.

Speaker 2 (39:50):
I will not go into the app. I would like
to limit it, but I'll never remember it. They should
make it really easy. You know how sometimes they put
up those suggested for you. They should put it in
a suggested for youuggested for you click here to shut
everybody up that doesn't know what they're talking about the start.
So they won't do that because they don't really care.
They just want to give us the They want to
say they've given us the options. So when they have
to go in front of Congress eventually for another whatever,

(40:13):
you know, sharing information, sure, those little trials.

Speaker 6 (40:17):
Yeah, well, Instagram says they're already going to proactively limit
what we are consuming politically.

Speaker 2 (40:22):
But we'll see what they There are some countries where
there is no algorithm for a feed. You get it
based because you have a couple options too. You have
to go click on it and you can get like
the feed posts in the exact order that they come
and I forget what it's called, Morgan, what's they called.

Speaker 12 (40:37):
You're talking about like the following versus just your algorithm.

Speaker 2 (40:40):
Yes, because I'll show you like certain people you like them.
Or you can get your feed based on time when
people post chronolatically.

Speaker 10 (40:47):
You can have favorites list, or you can have following.

Speaker 2 (40:50):
In some countries it's not even an option. You only
get in order of when they post it, so that
the social media can't lead you in a certain direction
like that.

Speaker 3 (40:57):
That's the way it used to be. I remember the
twenties before we knew they could take advantage of us.

Speaker 6 (41:02):
Also, with election, you're just keep in mind that echo
chambers are real, and you're being fed a out of
information that makes you think that everybody's thinking that way.

Speaker 2 (41:09):
And just you know, you are being fed information based
on what you already think, which then drives you to
be more polar Yes, so whatever you're feeling is toward
a person, a party, an ideal, you're going to be fed.

Speaker 3 (41:24):
More to lead you that direction.

Speaker 7 (41:25):
It magnetizes, it magnifies, it magnified.

Speaker 3 (41:29):
Yes, there we go.

Speaker 6 (41:32):
Okay, So women were talking about the specific things that
men do that give them the ick. So run through
the list so y'all can make sure you're not doing them. Okay,
all of them running with a backpack on, Like.

Speaker 3 (41:42):
If you're late. There's a dude that does that in
my neighborhood. I would waited best if I could.

Speaker 6 (41:51):
I just went, okay, okay, when their nose whistles when breathing,
you should hear me with the.

Speaker 3 (41:58):
Sepad on that's not their fault exactly. When they're ugly,
well probably what's supposed to.

Speaker 7 (42:03):
Do calling themselves like I'm an alpha ray.

Speaker 3 (42:09):
Okay, I get it. That's that's hurting Parray.

Speaker 6 (42:11):
Does a But they wear flip flops anywhere, like besides
like going to the pool.

Speaker 7 (42:15):
Or the beast.

Speaker 2 (42:16):
I don't mind flip flops, but I don't wear them
at all ever because it hurts my back.

Speaker 3 (42:20):
Oh yeah. Does they give people that I'm forty would
be forty four.

Speaker 6 (42:23):
Now, yeah, go ahead, tucking their shirt into their workout shorts.

Speaker 2 (42:28):
I will do that if I don't people to see
my stomach if it's kind of fat when I'm doing
sit ups, but never for like a re like when
people looking at my gut, I'll tuck it in.

Speaker 6 (42:35):
And then using childish, childish words like you know, if
you're like, oh, boobies, stuff like that.

Speaker 2 (42:42):
That's my whole, my entire vocabulary, words like booby, I'm
gonna be honest, okay.

Speaker 11 (42:48):
Stuff like that.

Speaker 7 (42:49):
So I saw this story, wereener boobies?

Speaker 3 (42:51):
I mean those are all normal?

Speaker 7 (42:52):
Yeah, well I know, but somewhere were like you talk
that way.

Speaker 3 (42:56):
Yeah, wife likes it.

Speaker 2 (42:57):
I think no.

Speaker 7 (43:00):
Eric Church always wears sunglasses on stage. But do you
know why got it?

Speaker 3 (43:04):
Right? Cool? But look cool?

Speaker 7 (43:07):
Some people think.

Speaker 6 (43:10):
Or maybe it's the lights, but he learned early on
with his contacts. He said his eyes don't produce a
lot of like lubrication, so with the lights and everything,
his eyes were getting really dry.

Speaker 7 (43:19):
With the contacts.

Speaker 3 (43:20):
Sounds like what he says now and the heat. Yeah, okay.

Speaker 2 (43:22):
That would be like if I started wearing them to
look cool early on and the people are like, why
are you wearing glasses, I'd be like, dude, I got
a sty so I wear it all the time. I
would change my story. I'm not saying his is not true.
I would just it looks cool. That's probably why I
did it. There could be other reasons too, but it
looks cool because if it looked really bad, he wouldn't
have done it.

Speaker 4 (43:42):
If it was the reason Amy's saying, then where like
Kareem abdul Jabar goggles the goggles.

Speaker 6 (43:46):
But also it's not the reason I'm saying is the
reason Eric is saying. Someone handed him sunglasses like here,
try this, and it ended up working out for him,
so it stuck, and every time he's on stage he
wears them, but he doesn't wear.

Speaker 2 (43:59):
To me, if they would have handed him a welder's
mask and it worked, we would still see Eric Church after.

Speaker 3 (44:04):
I don't think so, because it all look cool, okay.

Speaker 6 (44:07):
I think that they would pivot and be like, obviously
you can't wear a Walder's mask on stage, so here's
some cool sunglasses.

Speaker 3 (44:11):
If I were a Church, I'd be like, what's a
Walder's mask?

Speaker 7 (44:13):
Yeah, go ahead, Amy, that's my file.

Speaker 3 (44:20):
That was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 8 (44:25):
Ready.

Speaker 4 (44:29):
About two years ago, Chester the pitbull was found in
a vacant home with three other dogs. He was in
poor condition, but the shelter brought him in. Nurses vets
took care of him for over ten months, got him
up to good health, and then they put him up
for adoption. Right here, he is, get Chester. They waited
and waited, people came through, just passed on Chester. He
was in this Ohio shelter for six hundred days. Then

(44:53):
finally someone named Lauren came in and said, you know what,
I like Chester, I'm going to take him home.

Speaker 3 (44:59):
And they were like, guys, Chester's getting adopted.

Speaker 4 (45:01):
So they hired a limo driver to come pick up
Chester and they delivered him to his new.

Speaker 3 (45:05):
Home in a limo.

Speaker 2 (45:07):
He looks like a good dog too, chest to the pitbull.
You know, he got some of a tough background. Yeah,
two years. They also thought. I saw the story too,
that all right, he's healthy, now, somebody come get him.
And then nobody got nothing. Man, six hundred days in
a shelter. That's crazy, so tough, great story, that's what
it's all about.

Speaker 3 (45:25):
That was telling me something good.
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