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May 15, 2024 66 mins

A recent study came out that said women struggle to find a sexy voice, so Bobby goes around the room to have the females on the show test out their sexy voice. Plus, Abby wants to hire Eddie to play guitar for the show she is promoting and performing at in California!

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
There you go.

Speaker 2 (00:01):
Come Alisa, I welcome to Wednesday Show Morning Studio.

Speaker 3 (00:14):
Morning. All right, here's how we're gonna do.

Speaker 4 (00:16):
They get to know this morning, everybody had their phones up,
got it, Pull up Google. I want to know the
last thing you googled, and don't lie. Let's go around
the room. Everybody can be a part of this, the
last thing you googled. And if someone decides they want
to call fact check taking fact check, do we do that?

(00:37):
All you do is literally or go to Google and
put in tap where you put it in there and
you'll see a whole list.

Speaker 3 (00:42):
Don't delete anything. Lunchbox, Wat's your first one?

Speaker 4 (00:46):
Up?

Speaker 5 (00:47):
Can I take strap medicine seven hours after the first dose?

Speaker 3 (00:52):
Yeah? I heard you were sick again. No, no, I
wouldn't me. I didn't have shrup.

Speaker 4 (00:56):
Yeah, but you've been coughing and acting weird. If there's
somebody who's always it's him. Yeah, okay, well how'd that
turn out?

Speaker 5 (01:04):
I was inconclusive, like people were saying, Oh, you know,
it depends on the dosage and it's really up to you,
and it's really they say every twelve hours to keep
the medicine the same level in your bloodstream.

Speaker 3 (01:15):
Constantly and so and who hads Trepp? My wife Amy.

Speaker 1 (01:21):
Lasting at Google things to write on walls, like Bible
versus when framing a house.

Speaker 4 (01:27):
Oh, little boy, tell me more.

Speaker 1 (01:31):
Well, my friend is building a house, and she was like, oh,
I want to do that thing where I write messages before.

Speaker 3 (01:37):
Oh, this is it for your new house?

Speaker 1 (01:40):
No, but I was like, oh, here, I found this
article and I sent it to her and now I've
flagged it for myself.

Speaker 6 (01:45):
Like if I do any kind of renovation I want
to do that.

Speaker 1 (01:48):
You can even do it under paint, Like say you're
changing the paint color in a room. You can write
it on the walls and then paint over it so
that it's there.

Speaker 3 (01:55):
Got it? That's pretty cool? Yeah, Eddie.

Speaker 4 (01:58):
Los Angeles Gorilla So apparently this is kind of dumb.
But apparently, like on DraftKings, you can bet on e games,
but you were looking to bet on people playing video yah.
Yeah yeah with the Los Angeles Gorilla. Yeah, they're a
Call of duty team out of Los Angeles and they
were like a heavy favorite. I'm like, who are these guys?
So I googled Los Angeles Guerrillas. No, I did not, can't.

(02:19):
I can't do that yet. I don't know that market Morgan.

Speaker 7 (02:23):
Oh mine, says Anne hathaway Age.

Speaker 6 (02:26):
I was watching an idea.

Speaker 7 (02:27):
Of you and I wanted to know how hold you?

Speaker 3 (02:29):
How old is the idea of you?

Speaker 6 (02:30):
Yeah?

Speaker 8 (02:31):
The new like wrote rom com with her in it,
and she looks so good.

Speaker 3 (02:35):
She's forty one, raymon know you hit yours?

Speaker 4 (02:38):
Yeah, mine's really boring. It is the Sorrento Peninsula. It
is the Amalfi Coast, Italy. I'm just trying to see
exactly where the spot is if I ever do go
venture out there.

Speaker 3 (02:48):
How I see the Amalfi Coast. He's a dreamer.

Speaker 9 (02:50):
Yeah, he's always dreaming, like he was always like I
saw him on the on the on that web page
where you can live stream all over the world, and
like he'll go to like mo on and be like, ah,
there's a love of stream about the street of Milan.

Speaker 3 (03:04):
So you just check out cool places.

Speaker 4 (03:05):
Yeah, and so that if I ever do go there,
it's something I've seen before. I'm not overwhelmed by how
much new stuff there is. Mine says, Do bitterers have alcohol?

Speaker 6 (03:14):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (03:15):
Yeah, do that? I didn't know.

Speaker 4 (03:17):
And I like to order if I'm at a restaurant
if I want a mocktail, I'll say, hey, can I
get this in a mocktail? But if everything listed is
alcohol on it, just about you really can't have a
mocktail of just orange juice guts. There are eight other
things out of it all have alcohol for the most part.
Biders do have alcohol, yes, but I didn't know if bitter.
It was just like something they add for the flavor
that I could have.

Speaker 3 (03:38):
In my mocktail. Is it bitter? I didn't have it.
I don't know. It's got alcohol. Drink I don't drink alcohol.
So that was it. Do you guys still have yours?

Speaker 4 (03:46):
LP?

Speaker 3 (03:46):
Quickly? What was your second one? Yeah? Quickly, what was
your second one?

Speaker 4 (03:50):
My second one was Alexandra Saar, the French basketball player
is going to go number one in the draft.

Speaker 3 (03:55):
Who it's the worst basketball draft ever NBA. Amy's red
t look for house, got it.

Speaker 6 (04:04):
I'm just seeing if anything's new on the market.

Speaker 3 (04:06):
Eddie Sam Rubin, who is he? You tell us you
googled him?

Speaker 1 (04:11):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (04:11):
He died. He recently died.

Speaker 4 (04:13):
He was a Los Angeles a newscaster and I saw
him on Instagram? Oh yeah, I saw him to and
I googled Sam Rubin lushbox.

Speaker 3 (04:19):
Hut spa, hut spa. What's that? Let me tell you?
Why do you remember that?

Speaker 5 (04:27):
It must have been part of connections on the one
of my puzzles, and I didn't know what it meant.

Speaker 3 (04:32):
And so puzzles.

Speaker 5 (04:33):
Yeah, extreme self confidence or audacity. Love him or hate him,
you have to admire Cohen's chutzpah.

Speaker 8 (04:42):
All right, Morgan Dolly Parton bar, I was looking of
the bar in Nashville.

Speaker 3 (04:46):
Ray, Yeah, boring again.

Speaker 4 (04:49):
It's baseball savant and it's stats he wouldn't see normally
if you went to ESPN. This one is bat speed, velocity,
launch angle and the top guys showy o Tani.

Speaker 3 (04:59):
It looks like he's gon to win the home run race.
There we go. Thank you all.

Speaker 4 (05:02):
Now I feel like I know you just a little
bit better. All right, that's the get to know for today.

Speaker 3 (05:07):
Let's open up the mail bag game mail, and we
read it.

Speaker 6 (05:11):
On the air to get something we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 4 (05:15):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones. I just learned that a bunch
of my close friends are in a group chat and
I'm not in it some of these people, but my
friends for years, I introduced a few of them to
each other. I can't help but think that this has
something about how they feel about me. What should I
do about it? Should I confront them? Signed friend on
the outside looking in. I'm not in the show group chat,

(05:39):
but I prefer that that way. I know all you
guys have your own little group chat. I like not
being in it, but we don't talk about you. I
don't care if you do. I think you should have
a safe space to be able to talk about whatever.
But I don't want to ever be in that.

Speaker 1 (05:51):
Well that that's necessary for us to have or updates
and different things.

Speaker 3 (05:55):
Go get your feelings hurt man, Trust me.

Speaker 4 (05:58):
I'm just saying again, this is not me. It wanting
to be in that one. I do not want to
be in that one. I'm saying, clearly, this is not me.
That's a difficult thing to hear. I wonder if it
started though, because maybe they were planning a party for
you and then they just forget that.

Speaker 3 (06:10):
Maybe it was about you.

Speaker 1 (06:12):
You think, oh, this is where the left them. Theory
could come into play.

Speaker 3 (06:16):
Is that a list left them or guess them?

Speaker 6 (06:18):
No, you just okay? Let them? Then don't let it bother.

Speaker 3 (06:21):
You let them, it's gonna bother. Uh, Okay, this is
what I would do.

Speaker 4 (06:26):
Let me just say, let's say Ray and Morgan and
Scuba seeve had a group chat and there were the
three greatest friends and I wasn't in it.

Speaker 3 (06:31):
I would go, Hey, Morgan, why am I not in
your group chat? That feels weird?

Speaker 8 (06:36):
Oh, we just really wanted to talk about you.

Speaker 3 (06:40):
I would just ask as.

Speaker 6 (06:41):
Long as you do well, that just feels like what
it would be.

Speaker 4 (06:44):
Yeah, as long as you don't make it a dramatic
let's sit down and talk about this.

Speaker 3 (06:48):
You literally, with eighty.

Speaker 4 (06:49):
Percent situations that are awkward, just go hey, what's up
with this?

Speaker 3 (06:53):
And it's like, oh that well, that's a misunderstanding. Boom.

Speaker 4 (06:56):
Sometimes it's not that, but most times it is just
that you can just go to the hey, Morgan, you
guys have a group chat. How am I not even
in that group chat? And then you'll learn real quick
what exactly that is. And then she's not on our
heels thinking well he's really upset or dramatic.

Speaker 3 (07:10):
He's just confused. What of the answers? Uh?

Speaker 4 (07:13):
Yeah, I mean we're you'll know by their answer why
you're not in their group chat.

Speaker 1 (07:17):
Okay, which I don't think they're really gonna say, literally,
we were going to talk about you.

Speaker 4 (07:22):
Literally could be all three of us were Boston Red
Sox fans and that was created as a group.

Speaker 3 (07:27):
You don't know.

Speaker 4 (07:27):
Stop assigning negative things to things that aren't negative yet.

Speaker 1 (07:30):
Oh so this is where data versus drama is helpful because,
like you're you're making it more dramatic because you don't
have the information. You don't know everything, So that's where
the drama is. But the data is your your friends
that you introduced habitext without you let them.

Speaker 4 (07:47):
Or what you could do is start, let's say there's
three friends, start a group text with two and leab
one out, start with the other two and leg one
outs or the other two and find out that's just.

Speaker 3 (07:55):
Too much work. See how they feel about that.

Speaker 4 (07:57):
It'd be fun for a minute, just oh hey, why
am I not in your group text?

Speaker 3 (08:02):
That's weird? What do you gotta do? Talk about me?

Speaker 4 (08:03):
And it'll you'll learn real quick why why? So, don't
make everything so awkward and dramatic it doesn't have to be.
And don't associate everything with negativity unless you get burned
a bunch of times, and then it's just natural how
I do it.

Speaker 6 (08:16):
But you could work on assuming.

Speaker 3 (08:18):
All right, that's the mailbag. Close it up.

Speaker 4 (08:20):
We got your gmail and we laid it on your
Now it's found the clothes.

Speaker 3 (08:25):
Bobby fail bag.

Speaker 4 (08:28):
Lunchbox is now, I guess kind of infatuated with Morgan
in her relationship. He wants to prove she's in love already,
which I mean, it'd be great if she was. I
don't understand the negative party.

Speaker 3 (08:36):
No, no, moving too fast, moving too fast. It's it's very scary.

Speaker 5 (08:41):
She does this a lot like she's getting in the
Abbey territory.

Speaker 3 (08:45):
That's what I mean.

Speaker 5 (08:46):
I meant to say, you're getting the abby territory. And
this is not a good look.

Speaker 4 (08:49):
It's it's what is she doing that you think is
not a good look. She just announced on our show
that she is in a relationship. Now she has an
official boyfriend. What's the problem.

Speaker 5 (08:57):
She is giving up time with friends that she has
known for over a decade just so she can rush
home to see this dude. She flew to Dallas on
a Friday, got there at like three pm, and was
out of there.

Speaker 3 (09:11):
She went to a concert, stayed at her friends. You care. Listen,
just listen to me.

Speaker 6 (09:15):
She's very invested.

Speaker 3 (09:17):
Care. How long have you known this friend that you
went to see.

Speaker 8 (09:21):
I've known her since I was in middle school?

Speaker 3 (09:22):
Okay, middle school? So how long do you see her?

Speaker 6 (09:26):
Once a year?

Speaker 5 (09:27):
Once a year. She flew down to Dallas, stays at
her house, gets her at three on a Friday, flew
out at seven am.

Speaker 3 (09:34):
Saturday. Oh, Saturday, yes, Saturday. Had to get back to you.

Speaker 6 (09:39):
You're going to say no, no.

Speaker 3 (09:40):
No, no, I didn't get home to see the How
you know this?

Speaker 10 (09:43):
Oh he's assuming this?

Speaker 3 (09:45):
So she told me no, I did not. You said
you flew out seven.

Speaker 6 (09:47):
As I told you my flight time.

Speaker 3 (09:49):
Sure, go ahead. What would you like to say to
correct towns today? I missed my animals.

Speaker 7 (09:53):
I actually out of here.

Speaker 8 (09:56):
I had been traveling the last three weekends prior to that,
and this is a last minute work trip.

Speaker 3 (10:01):
I wanted to be home.

Speaker 8 (10:02):
I asked him if I can get in and out,
and they said, yes, you can. My friend was even
leaving the next day too, so it was quick trip
for her also. So it worked out perfectly And it
had nothing to do with the dude. I genuinely wanted
to get back to my dog and cat because I've
been gone for three weeks.

Speaker 3 (10:16):
I had nothing to do with your boyfriend at all
at all.

Speaker 7 (10:18):
Well, it's like that was just a bonus.

Speaker 3 (10:20):
I was gonna go.

Speaker 2 (10:23):
Who cares.

Speaker 3 (10:24):
I'm just saying you happy for her?

Speaker 5 (10:26):
I'm happy for but man, you are for him.

Speaker 3 (10:31):
I couldn't have let's go.

Speaker 1 (10:33):
Well, also, we should point out it sounds like her
seeing her friend was a bonus, because now we're learning
it's a It was a work Okay, so it had
so she got to see her friend as a bonus.

Speaker 3 (10:43):
Yeah, she's flying somewhere, she can spend more than four hours.

Speaker 6 (10:47):
When, like you, I don't take advantage of the work trips.
I go in, I get my work done, and I leave.

Speaker 4 (10:51):
That's a good point because why would you not, like
you're there? This is a friend in middle school. Why
are you obsessing her relationship. I'm not her travel schedule.

Speaker 3 (10:58):
I'm worried.

Speaker 4 (10:59):
I'm wor read. She's becoming abby. Have you seen have
you met her boyfriend yet? Do you know what he
looks like?

Speaker 3 (11:06):
No idea? Do you know what he does?

Speaker 4 (11:09):
Uh?

Speaker 3 (11:09):
Yeah, where's the uniform? That's all? Do you know so far?
I know that he disappears for weeks at a time.
That's what I do know that.

Speaker 4 (11:18):
Like to go one more round of yes, no questions
to Morgan about a boyfriend. Yeah, mystery man in uniform?
Yeah one, Eddie, Yeah, go ahead. Is he tall or short?

Speaker 3 (11:28):
Remember I think was question.

Speaker 5 (11:33):
It wasn't this way, and Morgan goes, he's a short king.

Speaker 3 (11:43):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (11:44):
There's a different segment, so we can't punish you for
the same segment.

Speaker 3 (11:46):
Great question, Eddie.

Speaker 4 (11:47):
Hey, I'm not obsessed with Morgan her wear uniform.

Speaker 3 (11:54):
That's not funny, guys. Okay, guys, I have a question.

Speaker 4 (11:57):
Does he ever wear the uniform when he's not away? Like?

Speaker 6 (12:02):
No, okay, so.

Speaker 3 (12:04):
He only wears the uniform when he's away.

Speaker 6 (12:06):
I thought you meant like, does he dress up in
it for her?

Speaker 4 (12:08):
That's where that was, Like, when he's at home and
he's not away, does he ever wear the uniform? Yeah,
because there are a lot of things he could be
a lot of professions wear uniforms, but they also go
away and come back for a couple of weeks at
a time.

Speaker 3 (12:26):
Lunchbox, you have a.

Speaker 4 (12:27):
Question trying to think of something, why would ask like
does he have facial hair.

Speaker 3 (12:33):
No, well he could, but he's a man. Yeah yeah, yeah,
well I just think he is.

Speaker 6 (12:41):
He doesn't say, well, I was trying to be literal.

Speaker 3 (12:45):
Are there plans for him to meet your family this summer?

Speaker 4 (12:49):
Yes?

Speaker 3 (12:50):
Okay, this summer, it's kind of it's almost summer like
final question?

Speaker 6 (12:56):
Will okay? Final question?

Speaker 3 (12:58):
What is he making his Instagram debut? I've seen his
hand and Amy asked what he was gonna make his
hand allowed.

Speaker 1 (13:05):
To be on Instagram? Yes, okay, because.

Speaker 4 (13:09):
Some people aren't like when his hands on there, so
he's on there? Well, no, that's not the same thing. Oh,
this would be it. This may be too leading because
people can find him. But have you strategically.

Speaker 3 (13:22):
Mm hmm No, she hadn't followed him.

Speaker 4 (13:24):
Okay, you follow him?

Speaker 6 (13:28):
Maybe maybe not?

Speaker 3 (13:29):
Oh of course she does. Well, he could be private.
That would be the giveaway though. Let me see see
that's what I'm saying.

Speaker 8 (13:35):
You have like a couple of hundred followers, so you
have to go.

Speaker 6 (13:40):
Can we do one more? Okay? Like is there everything
has been really pretty perfect?

Speaker 3 (13:47):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (13:47):
Or like, has there been something magdive that could fall
into this category of like, what's something like that's happened?

Speaker 3 (13:55):
Yes, no question, there's no have there been any X?

Speaker 6 (13:59):
Just a is there anything that you're you're not attracted to?
Like even just one little thing?

Speaker 3 (14:05):
He's perfect, he's not perfect.

Speaker 6 (14:08):
But no, no, like it's.

Speaker 3 (14:12):
We're still on honeymoon stage, love in the air stage.

Speaker 1 (14:15):
Okay, Well, then I have experience with dating, like when
I was married to someone that had a job where
they left a lot. Your honeymoon phase is longer because yeah, yeah,
because every time they return it's like honeymoon, and then
they leave.

Speaker 6 (14:29):
And he is back for a while.

Speaker 8 (14:31):
So this could be the time period where those X
could come out, but they haven't.

Speaker 3 (14:34):
Kay, he's back for a while.

Speaker 4 (14:36):
Yeah. Well MLS season's over, soccer's over.

Speaker 3 (14:43):
I never know.

Speaker 2 (14:44):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
Lund Truck is gonna be annoyed because there's a toddler
that's way more famous than him.

Speaker 6 (14:54):
No, maybe a zai who has captured heart.

Speaker 1 (14:58):
Funny way to start the story in North Carolina as
the happiness director at Target. Target even posted about this
one year old's new position on their TikTok. It has
seven million views.

Speaker 6 (15:10):
At this point.

Speaker 3 (15:11):
Maybe baby is so happy cat.

Speaker 1 (15:14):
Like waves of people when they come in. He's the
Happiness Director.

Speaker 4 (15:17):
They pay this baby like eight hours of this child labor.
What are we doing here?

Speaker 1 (15:20):
He's just a regular visitor at the store with his mom,
and he takes his ship very seriously. His duties during
his special day as duty honorary Happiness Director included reading
staff and customers, assisting with inventory checks, and of course,
enjoying some playtime with toys.

Speaker 3 (15:36):
He wears khakis and a red jersey the target they
put on it.

Speaker 4 (15:40):
It's so the cute kid, and I don't know that
he's more famous than Lunchbox. So I'm looking at his followers.
Baby Zizi he has seventeen thousand followers. That's nothing compared
to baby LB.

Speaker 6 (15:52):
Well he's what's Lunchbox's most viral video?

Speaker 4 (15:55):
Well, if we're defining it by that, then yeah, well
his most viral video is a video that he's not
in correct, it's if Peyton Manning like walking off.

Speaker 6 (16:02):
A bus, but it's on Lunchbox's account. It's just lunch
in it.

Speaker 1 (16:07):
Yeah, but yeah, baby is night.

Speaker 3 (16:09):
Yeah, Peness director, that's it. Tell me something good. That's
that's what it's all about. That was tell me something good.
We've rolled the dice since we played Bobby feud.

Speaker 4 (16:20):
Amy, you'll go first. We has two thousand Bobby Bone
Show listeners. What's your favorite food combo?

Speaker 3 (16:28):
What's your favorite food combo?

Speaker 4 (16:30):
We has two thousand Bobby Bushel listeners, Amy, go ahead.

Speaker 6 (16:35):
Chips and queso show.

Speaker 3 (16:36):
Me chips and keso. No, chips and kso did not
make the top ten. Lunchbox, Chips and salsa, show me sauce.
Thats it? I like keso so much?

Speaker 4 (16:53):
So much about it is that not everybody put the
salsa in the case.

Speaker 3 (17:00):
No, no, no, you don't even care about that. I
saying that, well, I mean I could do that. I
like the cheese better than the salt. The domat es
don't sit very well, soome No, I can't love that. Alright, lunchbox,
go ahead. That's six points.

Speaker 4 (17:10):
Go ahead, Hamburger and fries. Show me hamburger, French fries.
Right number three answer? All right?

Speaker 3 (17:21):
Two thousand Bobby Bone Show listeners.

Speaker 4 (17:22):
What is your favorite food combo?

Speaker 3 (17:25):
Cheese and crackers? Okay, cheese and crackers correct? What number seven? Answer? Okay,
Now I'm in trouble.

Speaker 5 (17:40):
Uh give me steak and potato.

Speaker 4 (17:45):
This girl and boy needs some steak and potato. Sixteen
strong points, though, Eddie over to you.

Speaker 3 (17:51):
Give me macaroni and cheese. Macaroni and cheese one answer,
good job.

Speaker 4 (17:57):
Also bones, give me spaghetti and meatball skeetti and meatballs. Sorry,
round two points are doubled, amy, I'll come back to you.
There are four answers off the board best food combos
mac and cheese off the board, hamburger or fries off
the board, chips and salsa off the board, and cheese
and crackers.

Speaker 3 (18:14):
Off the board.

Speaker 1 (18:17):
Is a food combo like we don't answer questions here,
like a condiment?

Speaker 6 (18:23):
Oh both child, salsa, salsa?

Speaker 3 (18:25):
What are your words?

Speaker 6 (18:27):
Okay? What about okay, pizza and branch I have that?
Please be the number ten answer.

Speaker 4 (18:35):
I don't know that would be a food combo though,
because I think you would eat I don't know.

Speaker 3 (18:38):
I don't have that ever, it's probably not.

Speaker 4 (18:42):
Yeah, but you're right. There's a little bit of inconsistency
because salsa. I guess you wouldn'tat by itself. Huh no,
not really, okay, but okay.

Speaker 3 (18:52):
Lunchbox over to you. Yeah, eggs and bacon, Oh good
one bacon the ned number two answers.

Speaker 4 (19:01):
All right, sandwich and chips chips and a sandwich.

Speaker 3 (19:10):
That's much with twenty points.

Speaker 4 (19:12):
Now he just gave me an idea, Eddie, we got
a food combo list here.

Speaker 3 (19:16):
You got five answers off the board. This is very
common across the pond.

Speaker 4 (19:21):
Give me fish and chips, our listeners, our listeners. We
don't have listeners in London, not enough to fill out
the survey. We got like two that said that good.

Speaker 6 (19:30):
Okay, all right, what about.

Speaker 4 (19:32):
A thousand Bobby Motion listeners. This is the last round
points of troubled Amy go.

Speaker 3 (19:36):
Ahead, milk and cookies. Milk and cookies tall the five
answer worth fifteen points. Amy eggs. No, she's not the
lead you so I am no, Eddie.

Speaker 4 (19:47):
At one point you literally only got the number one
answer and then you picked something that wasn't even American. Okay,
there are six answers off the board, Mac and cheese,
bacon and eggs, hamburger and fries, cookies and milk, chips
and sauce and cheese and crackers.

Speaker 3 (20:00):
Four left. What's your favorite food combo.

Speaker 6 (20:05):
Mashed potatoes and gravy.

Speaker 4 (20:07):
Joemy, mashed potatoes and gravy correct number eight answered twenty
four points. I have that.

Speaker 1 (20:14):
One chicken and waffles, chicken and wabbles.

Speaker 3 (20:19):
No, that's good, but you did take the lead lunchbox.
There are three answers left on the board. Yeah, you
ready for it? We are ready.

Speaker 4 (20:28):
You know.

Speaker 3 (20:28):
I want some cake and I want some ice cream? Cake,
ice cream? Correct number ten? Oh, good night or thirty points?
Good night? Okay, morning time?

Speaker 5 (20:42):
Yeah, now I gotta come with something else.

Speaker 3 (20:47):
Dang, that was my home run cake ice cream? What
else do you eat in the combo? Two answers left? Oh, man,
I don't even have any idea. What else you eat?

Speaker 4 (21:04):
Biscuits and gravy, A good guess, didn't make it, but
a really good guess.

Speaker 6 (21:10):
Chocolate?

Speaker 3 (21:11):
Well, oh, I don't say it. Eddie just thought of one.
What is it? You're not going anymore, so just go ahead.
Oh I have a lot, dude, I've got points are tripled.
Only two answers left. Give me fries and ketchup? Fries
and ketchup? What did you have?

Speaker 6 (21:34):
Is peanut butter and jelly?

Speaker 4 (21:35):
On there? Damn wars peanut butter and jelly at number
four and at number nine, I would not eat this.
Maybe a chrish and chips. No, that's not the thing either.
At number nine chocolate peanut butter.

Speaker 3 (21:50):
Like a reses. I guess lunchbox is that wintering? So
this is a dating segment.

Speaker 4 (21:56):
And before we argue whether or not Amy's story is
actually her or her friend, let's debate the topic. Okay,
because it's a funny scenario, but it's always Amy's friend.

Speaker 3 (22:07):
Let's not fight that it could be Amy.

Speaker 4 (22:09):
Let's just talk about the topic as is, and then
at the end we'll decide if we think it's Amy.

Speaker 3 (22:13):
Or her friend. Okay, everybody good? Yeah? Amy? So what's up?

Speaker 6 (22:18):
All right?

Speaker 1 (22:18):
So my friend tells me she's dating this pro basketball
player and that's how she first to him.

Speaker 6 (22:24):
She's like, yeah, pro basketball player.

Speaker 3 (22:26):
He's a professional basketball player.

Speaker 1 (22:28):
Yes, ghost three words, pro basketball player. I say what
team did he play for? And she said, oh, he's retired,
but he used to play pro overseas, and so I
was like, oh, so is that how these days you
would still refer to yourself as I'm a pro basketball player,
like when you're dating but he's retired.

Speaker 3 (22:49):
So does she say a retired pro basketball player?

Speaker 1 (22:52):
Well, once I asked for more details, that's what I got.
But he was referring to himself like that's how she
knew him, Like, oh, he's a pro basketball player, And
I thought, I just didn't know if an overseas pro
basketball player that's now retired, Like you come back to
the States and you that's your what you do?

Speaker 6 (23:10):
I'm a pro basketball player?

Speaker 3 (23:13):
Well I think first it's I'm a former.

Speaker 4 (23:15):
Sure, but can you call do you say here, you're
a pro basketball player if you play in the European
League professional, I would.

Speaker 3 (23:21):
Say yes, because you're playing for money, you're out paid.

Speaker 4 (23:24):
I would still preface it with I'm a pro basketball player.
I play in Europe or Turkey or wherever. Does he
still have like is he still working in basketball or
is he kind of like a like a like a librarian.
Now he's out of the game, So why does he
say he's a pro basketball player?

Speaker 5 (23:41):
Right, that's weird because it has a lot of clout,
so that would h he says, but he's also not
an NBA player. Well, it's like when we lived in
Austin and there was Arena football and I was down
on Sixth Street and there was some arena football guys
standing there on the street corner.

Speaker 3 (23:55):
They're talking to these chicks and they were like Oh yeah,
we played pro football.

Speaker 5 (23:58):
We played for the Wranglers, And I'm like, guys, I
mean it's the arena football. Yeah, like you're really selling
your pro football players.

Speaker 3 (24:05):
But I mean that was it is pro football.

Speaker 4 (24:08):
So what if he said I used to play professional basketball?
Is that acceptable?

Speaker 6 (24:11):
Yes?

Speaker 3 (24:12):
Yes, overseas? But is it misleading?

Speaker 5 (24:14):
Yeah a little bit, a little bit because you're thinking
dang NBA and yeah.

Speaker 3 (24:21):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (24:22):
Only one where that actually works out better for you
is if you're a pro soccer player overseas.

Speaker 6 (24:28):
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (24:28):
I think pro soccer is bigger overseas. That could be
the absolute biggest league.

Speaker 6 (24:31):
Yes, that's what I mean.

Speaker 1 (24:32):
Like, I feel like if you're an American playing over there,
like that's like wow wow wow. And if you're but
if you're an American playing basketball over there, that means,
so what do you do for a living?

Speaker 4 (24:41):
Well, I used to play professional basketball overseas. You kinda
have to say all that are your amasis leading?

Speaker 6 (24:45):
Okay? See that's what I thought. I agree?

Speaker 3 (24:47):
So is now the question is is this Amy her
personal story? My friend?

Speaker 4 (24:53):
Okay, go ahead, Eddie Amy one? She had too many
details and.

Speaker 6 (24:58):
Details.

Speaker 4 (25:00):
Yeah, yeah, I'm purposely asking if you had another job,
because no way.

Speaker 5 (25:03):
Her friend telling her that blushbox Amy, the giggles and
the like, the way she's just kind of moving her
body is like every time we joke about it, she
kind of shudders.

Speaker 3 (25:13):
Definitely her.

Speaker 4 (25:14):
I'm gonna say not Amy, And I don't know the answer,
but I'm gonna say not Amy, because I don't think
that she would give us meat on this bone to
make fun of this person if she were just starting
to date some ballplayer, unless she's just.

Speaker 3 (25:30):
Already dated him and is not anymore and now brings
it to the That's what I feel like.

Speaker 5 (25:34):
I think it's it's out the window because she felt
misled and when she found out it was overseas, so
she said, you know what, I can't trust him moved
on with her life.

Speaker 3 (25:41):
So we got two Amy's one.

Speaker 4 (25:43):
No Amy, We've got we all think it's okay to say,
but you need to say retired pro basketball player overseas,
but not just straight up I'm a pro basketball player. Right,
What did your friends say about it? She proud of it,
like I'm with a pro basketball player.

Speaker 6 (25:57):
I mean she was just take.

Speaker 3 (26:02):
Stammer. That might actually be her whatever? Remember is he
super tall?

Speaker 6 (26:06):
Remember months ago there was the one guy.

Speaker 1 (26:09):
That I matched with Bobby that I was like, oh wow,
he's a pro basketball coach, and then you looked at
it and you go in turkey.

Speaker 3 (26:17):
Yeah that was a coach. But if he's still doing it,
that is a professional coach. Amy, are you searching basketball player?

Speaker 2 (26:23):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (26:23):
What's fetish? No chaser? Noser?

Speaker 4 (26:29):
All right, tell your friend he could be bordering on
dB or just take that.

Speaker 6 (26:35):
Information from right, like our identity crisis.

Speaker 3 (26:37):
Yeah, big time, right, big time? All right?

Speaker 2 (26:39):
Thanks.

Speaker 4 (26:41):
A guy in South Carolina finally got around a checking
a stack of lottery tickets. So a bunch of tickets
laying on his table for over a month, and he
was like, before I toss him, let me just run
him through real quick. And one of them was a
one million dollar winner. He and his wife planned to
save the money for retirement and says he'll keep playing
the lottery, but she won't let them wait so long

(27:02):
to check the tickets in the future.

Speaker 3 (27:04):
Launch box your thoughts.

Speaker 5 (27:05):
I don't understand how you buy a lottery ticket and
you just wait to check it. Isn't the anticipation the
whole point. Don't you check it right when the numbers
come out or the next day. I do not understand.
Let me buy it, and you know I'll just toss
it aside, and I don't need to check it for
a couple of weeks or a couple of months or
a couple of years.

Speaker 4 (27:22):
I mean, it makes no sense. You must play a
lot though right to do that, or none at all,
and kind of forget. I don't know.

Speaker 3 (27:29):
If you buy yours and it's for mega millions, I'm
checking it that night or the next day.

Speaker 5 (27:33):
If I don't watch to go online and look at
the YouTube video that night, first day gonna do when
I wake.

Speaker 1 (27:37):
Up the morning?

Speaker 3 (27:39):
A YouTube video? You get check the drawing? They still
play that like after the news. No, no, that's what I'm saying.
I don't watch it live or do they only post
a YouTube after it's already I only watched the YouTube, like,
I don't watch it live. But could you probably I
see anticipation.

Speaker 6 (27:54):
You think you'd watch it live.

Speaker 3 (27:55):
Well, I mean I got him, well relax, but I don't.
And if I don't want to check it that night
the next morning, the first thing I'm doing is looking up.
You wake up and go right and type in mega millions,
or Powerball and boom, see what the numbers were, So
you won't watch the YouTube, you'll just see what the numbers.

Speaker 5 (28:11):
Yeah, we're Yeah. I would never wait more than a day.

Speaker 4 (28:15):
W y f F four with that story one a
million bucks just by going through. If I waited a
couple days, I would just end up throwing them away.
I guess I would be like, Ah, they're not winters anyway,
and they're cluttering up the house.

Speaker 3 (28:26):
So good for him for checking out a pile of stories.

Speaker 1 (28:29):
Well, apparently we're not supposed to be rinsing after we
brush our teeth, because you know, I brush and the
toothpaste is kind of still in there, and then afterwards
I rinse rint rints.

Speaker 3 (28:38):
I get flat because I don't rinse.

Speaker 6 (28:40):
Okay, well you're doing it correctly.

Speaker 3 (28:42):
I brush what spit, spit, spit. Then I go to bed.

Speaker 1 (28:47):
So Doctor Edmund Hewlett, a professor at the UCLA School
of Dentistry, says that leaving the toothpaste in your mouth
gives the floor I had more opportunity to do its
thing to kill bacteria and to keep food and sugar
and drinks from sticking to your teeth. And he also
recommends flossing before brushing your teeth rather than after.

Speaker 4 (29:05):
Oh yeah, you have to floss before because you brush
to get all the nastiness that you pulled out from
the middle of your teeth off.

Speaker 3 (29:11):
Yeah.

Speaker 1 (29:11):
I go floss, mouthwash, then brush my teeth. But I always,
but I always rinse out And now I'm like, oh,
now we're gonna have to leave that in there bones.

Speaker 3 (29:20):
Did you know all this?

Speaker 4 (29:21):
Is that why you don't rinse the potamus rex over
there with her a whole nighttime routine. Uh No, I
think I just kind of when my toothbrush has a
smiley face on it, rents the toothbrush off and go
to bed. Your toothpaste has a smiley face, and the
tooth brush does your tooth and it's said that says
that you did it long enough. Yes, it starts and
it's sad, it's electric, and you go. Then after a

(29:43):
certain point it gets a little less sad, and then
it just has a line straight across that means you're
like halfway done, because he's just like content.

Speaker 3 (29:50):
That's men.

Speaker 4 (29:51):
Yeah, then as you get closer to the end, he
starts to get happier. Once you hit that point, he
goes you big smile. Is this THEO kids the US
no idea or for adults?

Speaker 3 (30:03):
What else?

Speaker 6 (30:04):
So our cars are listening to us? Privacy advocates are like, hey, yeah.

Speaker 1 (30:08):
These are just big surveillance machines on wheels now and
they're collecting all kinds of information with the sensors, the microphones,
the cameras. And one of the researchers is like, uh, walk,
well that's the thing.

Speaker 6 (30:20):
She talks about.

Speaker 1 (30:21):
How anyone that's gone to address this issue with car
dealers has found that it's very difficult to shut off
the data sharing and that your data is just being shared.

Speaker 4 (30:29):
And if we're going to have data sharing like this,
at least let the billboards be stuff we'd want to buy,
since you know so much about.

Speaker 6 (30:35):
Us, Like the billboard's on the highway.

Speaker 3 (30:37):
Yeah, turn them all digital.

Speaker 4 (30:39):
And then at least if you're going to steal our data,
put ads up and things we want to buy.

Speaker 6 (30:44):
You know, quickly we're all how many people are on
the highway and be.

Speaker 4 (30:46):
Like their own Well, how would we do that to
make the roles I'm just saying, make it so we're
not so angry about our data getting stolen.

Speaker 3 (30:55):
Good point.

Speaker 1 (30:55):
I've never once really thought about how my car is
collecting that are listening to conversation.

Speaker 3 (31:02):
Hope Amy's car is playing lots of cars like, oh.

Speaker 6 (31:04):
Crap, well, y'alls are too.

Speaker 3 (31:08):
Maybe hit another one.

Speaker 6 (31:10):
No, not like that.

Speaker 1 (31:11):
It's listening to conversations, it's filming things, it's doing all
kinds of stuff, which is just it's weird to think about.
It's like, oh, cars are so smart now, but they're
also listening.

Speaker 3 (31:21):
To everything, all right, what else?

Speaker 1 (31:23):
Well, Hardy was doing, uh the convincement speech at his
alma mater, and he told a story about how he
was reluctant to work with Morgan Wallen because nobody knew
who that was. So he was encouraging people to take
a chance on things, take a chance on people, take
a chance on yourself, and the word yes can truly
change your life. Because he was kind of desperate at
the time, so he said yes to work with Morgan
and it's changed his life.

Speaker 4 (31:43):
Yeah, it sounds like he wasn't only taking a chance.
It's like he was just grabbing it anything. There's a
point when you're just like, I actually need something to work.
But it also sounded like you were singing that Aba
song take a chance, all right?

Speaker 3 (31:56):
Good for them? All right?

Speaker 4 (31:56):
Is that it?

Speaker 6 (31:57):
I'm Amy? That's my file.

Speaker 3 (31:59):
That was Amy's pile of Stuarts. It's time for the
kid newsbox.

Speaker 5 (32:08):
John Stickovich is driving down the road in West Cleveland, Ohio,
and he comes upon a fire. There's a home on fire,
all three floors on fire, and there's a lady.

Speaker 3 (32:18):
My baby, My baby, My baby's still in there. And
he's like, well, what there's a baby? Should you have?
My eleven month old baby's in there on the second floor.

Speaker 5 (32:27):
And he's like, she goes, he's right by the gate,
and so John's like, gotta do something, goes crawling through
the smoke, gets to the gate, the baby gate, can't
find the kid. It's about to turn back when he
hears a where where where?

Speaker 4 (32:42):
There's no way this all happened, this draumatic there's no
way my baby. I like it though, okay, John stick
of It seems like a good dude, Go ahead, go ahead.

Speaker 5 (32:50):
That's when he located the baby and carried it out
of the fire.

Speaker 3 (32:53):
How would you not get your baby?

Speaker 4 (32:54):
Though? Right?

Speaker 3 (32:55):
I don't want to make it that John whatever his
name was, what's his name? John stick of It? John
stick of Itch A big fan of John stick of Itch.
That's all. He went in, resked his own life.

Speaker 6 (33:05):
But he was also about to just turn around.

Speaker 4 (33:08):
But that's not his house, right, How does he even
know there's a baby that exists in there?

Speaker 3 (33:11):
Correct?

Speaker 4 (33:12):
I would think that somebody running out would have first
thought about the most vulnerable thing in there, the baby.
Now I don't have a baby, so I don't know.
But you, guys, if there's a baby in the house
and it's yours, I'm going in.

Speaker 3 (33:21):
Are you running out? First?

Speaker 4 (33:22):
Make sure you're safe and then no, wait for John
stick of Viitch to drive by.

Speaker 3 (33:25):
You're not leaving without the baby. And I wouldn't be
outside my house going my baby.

Speaker 4 (33:29):
Maybe that's why she was so passionate my baby. That's
why that's crazy, John stick of It, you are a hero,
great story so much.

Speaker 3 (33:37):
Well maybe not, maybe not. We don't know our story.

Speaker 4 (33:40):
We don't know our story. I don't want to sign
that stick of It. That's a dude right there. All right,
that's what it's all about. That was telling me something good.
Let's go over to Amy and get in the morning. Corny,
the mourning Corny.

Speaker 1 (33:57):
What did the big Flowers say to the little flowers,
A hi, bud, that's pretty good.

Speaker 3 (34:06):
That was the morning corny. Sometimes just being simple, yeah,
A to be simple makes it. Lol. All right, Creepy
Your Cool, it's a new segment.

Speaker 4 (34:16):
Eddie brought it to the table yesterday because that he
was like, Hey, I drove by Jack White's house from
the White Stripes and I often do I know he
lives there.

Speaker 3 (34:22):
It's kind of cool. But then I saw him in
his yard, so I slowed down and stared. Yeah, I
was with my kids. I was like, guys, look it's
Jack White and you watch him play with kids. Yeah,
that's so cool man.

Speaker 4 (34:30):
And we kind of decided it's creepy because he's lingered
or is it cool?

Speaker 3 (34:35):
No, no, no, we decided.

Speaker 4 (34:37):
So then lunch box had to go and you had
to ask your wife for permission to tell this story.

Speaker 3 (34:41):
No, it just I didn't even ask her.

Speaker 5 (34:43):
I just have been holding it because she's like, I'm
so embarrassed that we did this, that this can ever
come out, because if this person knows what we did,
it is going to be awkward for the rest of
our lives.

Speaker 3 (34:53):
Okay, Creepy Your Cool Lunchbox Edition, go ahead, So.

Speaker 5 (34:57):
A while back, I told you, guys, I saw Sam,
and I took a picture and I showed all you.
He was walking with his then pregnant wife, and they
were kind of separated at the time, right, So I
knew they had to be living that area.

Speaker 3 (35:09):
Why would they be walking there, because people don't just
drive to walk into a neighborhood, right right.

Speaker 5 (35:14):
So I started doing random drive bys in that neighborhood
to see if I could ever see them.

Speaker 3 (35:20):
But you didn't know where he lived.

Speaker 5 (35:21):
I didn't know where he lived. I just knew that
they were walking down the sidewalk.

Speaker 3 (35:24):
So I was like, if I drive through that neighborhood
whenever I'm in that area, boom. So one day I'm
with my far my wife, my kids, driving through.

Speaker 5 (35:33):
Sam's pushing the stroller, his wife is there, they got
the dog, and I was like, oh my gosh. So
I drove down the street and let's say they're headed north.
We parked, got out, and we walked south. You got
your whole family out.

Speaker 3 (35:48):
Of the car. Yeah, oh my god, So you and
your wife? Did you know what you were doing? She
was like, I can't believe. I just want to sit
in the car. I just want to sit in the car.

Speaker 5 (35:56):
And I was like, no, it's gonna look weird if
I have all three kids and you're not with me.

Speaker 3 (36:00):
You the wife and the three kids.

Speaker 4 (36:01):
Drive down the road as fast as you can so
you can walk and meet up with Sam.

Speaker 3 (36:04):
Well, yeah, but we walked on the opposite side of
the street just I was gonna look up and be like,
oh is it Sam? What's up dude?

Speaker 4 (36:11):
But it sound like an eight lane highway right, like
it's it's super it's a neighborhood.

Speaker 3 (36:15):
Yeah, it's really small. Yeah, So he's walking north. So
we got on the other side walked any chance he
saw you park your caring it out? No, okay, no,
And we walked to south and we just walking like
we're on a walk, like a family walk. Our kids
are running down the sidewalk. Do the kids know what
you're doing.

Speaker 5 (36:31):
I'm like, guys, there's he's a musician. And I was like,
you know, we'll put and I just tell him that's Sam.
But we're gonna go see Sam.

Speaker 3 (36:38):
And we walk and we're as we're walking, Sam goes
lunch lunch. I look at it, goes Sam, Dude, what's up?
And I walk over and we meet in the middle
of the road. I meet his wife, met the baby,
met the dog, and he.

Speaker 5 (36:52):
Met my kids and wife. We had listen. We had
like a five minute conversation and he's like. I was like, oh,
you live around here, and he said.

Speaker 3 (37:01):
Yeah, we live right up there, you know, like a
block and a half on the right hand. And I
was like, oh yeah, he goes, you know, I'll just
come watch that way.

Speaker 5 (37:09):
Man just called box. Yeah, and I just pointed another
like a direction. He's like, that's cool, man. Yeah, we're
just out for a walk, getting some fresh air. And
he tells me the baby's name. I don't remember it,
met the dog, headed the dog and he's like, oh,
these are your little guys. Said hi to him, met
my wife and talked for a few minutes. I was like,
all right, man, have a good one. We're gonna keep going.

Speaker 3 (37:28):
He said, are you Yeah, we're out and that was
it and it was so awesome. And then he moved
to the country. So the drive bys don't work anymore,
the drive bys, like in the drive by the neighborhood.
It's just a lot to unpack here. So after you finished,
did you just keep walking away from your car yeah.

Speaker 5 (37:43):
We kept walking a little bit and then when they
were out of side, we turned around, walk back to
the car, and my wife we get in the car.

Speaker 3 (37:48):
She said, I can't believe I just did that. I
am mortified. Like I am mortified. I hate that I
just did that. It was awesome.

Speaker 4 (37:57):
But he's the one that saw me across the street
and goes, lunch. You weren't doing anything, like I wouldn't
go ya anything.

Speaker 5 (38:07):
Maybe I was talking to my kids. I don't know,
but he looked up and said, lunch, lunch. Any of
your thoughts creepy or cool? It's creepy, creepy.

Speaker 1 (38:17):
Like you're lucky that your kids were like, okay, dad,
can we go now we saw it.

Speaker 3 (38:22):
This is like when you like a girl or something.

Speaker 4 (38:24):
You're just like, well, I'm going to act like I
just got out of the gym too, and like walking,
Oh I bumped into you.

Speaker 3 (38:29):
Oh I didn't know you'd been here. Do you think
he was on you at all? No chance.

Speaker 1 (38:32):
He was like, oh, that's really cool, Bob, especially because
Lunchbox was like, yeah, I just live a few blocks.

Speaker 6 (38:36):
That away over there, over there is anybody, Hey, this
is cool.

Speaker 3 (38:41):
Ray, I know you're in love with Sam.

Speaker 4 (38:42):
Yeah, that's what it's like looking in the mirror, man,
and I did not like what I saw that was
that was gross.

Speaker 3 (38:47):
Yeah, it's kind of creepy.

Speaker 4 (38:48):
Huh yeah, very familiar.

Speaker 3 (38:52):
I mean, how crazy is that? Which was creepyer? Definitely?
Lunchbox is right, he got his kids involved, take more work.

Speaker 1 (38:59):
Yeah, he walked down the street actually though, right, yeah,
and you broke it off.

Speaker 3 (39:04):
You're the one that broke it off. I was like,
all right, man, we gotta get going.

Speaker 4 (39:06):
That's pretty cool, big time s ham.

Speaker 3 (39:08):
Though, that's pretty cool. I mean we just stood in
the street and talked for a couple of minutes like
it was wild. And I was like, this is crazy.
And then my wife was just so mortified and she
was like, I can't believe I got another car. I
can't believe I just did that. I can't believe you
have my kids involved in this. But a little bit,
didn't you think it was cool? Oh? For sure? She
was like, man, that's pretty neat, Like we met the baby.
Yeah that's pretty cool. But it's creepy.

Speaker 1 (39:30):
So cool, but.

Speaker 3 (39:33):
Yeah, yeah, it's weird. It's weird when it comes to
sexying up their voice.

Speaker 4 (39:42):
Women can have a tougher time than men because men.

Speaker 3 (39:46):
We can just lower it a few octaves. We can
just hey, how's it going. You feel you're.

Speaker 4 (39:51):
Feeling good night? So we think that's sexy. And it's
also associated with testosterone. The more testosterone, the deeper your voices.
But whomen men have a harder time at just sounding sexy.
And what they did is you can't say sexy things.
You can only count to ten. Okay, So if I
were a dude, now we're gonna sexy up my voice
I talk like this, Normally I'd be like one, two, three, four,

(40:15):
five six, So Amy, counting? Man, that's not sexy that
I heard sexy?

Speaker 3 (40:21):
That's sexy?

Speaker 6 (40:22):
How does what am I supposed to do?

Speaker 3 (40:25):
Women just can't go deeply because it sounds like a smoker. Amy,
just think sexy, count to ten, count ten.

Speaker 4 (40:31):
This is weird, it abby all, you were going to
take part in this survey and this test Albright, hold on,
that's not sexy. I don't want to call your lineback.

Speaker 3 (40:42):
Come on, Amy.

Speaker 4 (40:43):
Albright University researchers found that women were easily able to manipulate,
but they could not sound sexier, like you can change
your voice, but it's hard to sound sexier. Go ahead,
it's not possible. You could do probably other voices. One
may don't laugh, that's not that's not sexy. Two it's

(41:05):
not sexy.

Speaker 3 (41:07):
I mean honestly, she can say whatever she wants. It's
not liked. No, I mean you're laughing.

Speaker 6 (41:12):
Okay, I can't I help a laugh telling me to
do this?

Speaker 4 (41:15):
Go ahead, kind of get three Amy, your future boyfriend
could be listening right now.

Speaker 3 (41:20):
Yeah, this is okay. Okay, five, okay, okay, it's not working. Breath,
take a break, okay, hold on lunch box. Give her
an example. The worst one hundred number I remember called.

Speaker 6 (41:36):
Okay, let me kiss a ten okay.

Speaker 3 (41:38):
Let you what? Okay, okay, start over started for everybody.
Call you can't laugh. I can't help it.

Speaker 6 (41:49):
I can't help it. Well, some people are in the laughing.

Speaker 3 (41:52):
This is not that number. Go ahead, okay.

Speaker 4 (41:55):
One, Abby, count to ten. You have to stop, but
use your count ten to be do a sexy voice. Okay,
the guys you'll do it to it.

Speaker 3 (42:09):
Go ahead, Abby.

Speaker 7 (42:10):
One.

Speaker 4 (42:13):
That's pretty good, though, man, pretty good. Don't laugh though, Hey,
you're making her laugh. You're making her laugh. Yours does
not sound like that. Then your sound like a stab
pig was laughing. Okay, No, he's like a get teacher. Amy,
you're out.

Speaker 3 (42:27):
Okay, everybody take it away. Okay, Abby, go ahead. Yeah.

Speaker 7 (42:31):
Count to ten, one, two, three, four, five, six.

Speaker 3 (42:40):
It's getting weird. I don't like that. What I don't
like that? It just started getting like oky?

Speaker 4 (42:47):
Year.

Speaker 3 (42:48):
The first three sounded like she had experience. First three
were good. The first three were good.

Speaker 4 (42:54):
Morgan, go ahead, okay, everybody quiet, quiet, Morgan, go ahead.

Speaker 7 (42:58):
Okay, I'm scared. One, two, three, you gotta stop this.

Speaker 3 (43:09):
It's been weird. I'm trying not to Okay.

Speaker 11 (43:14):
Four, that's good, laughing good, Okay, hold on up, we
gotta start, hold on, hold on, stop eybody Four was solid.

Speaker 3 (43:25):
Everybody stop. We're gonna give everybody a chance to start over. Okay,
we've all got wet, even Amy. You're only gonna count
to five. But if you laugh, that's on you.

Speaker 4 (43:35):
We're gonna have a winner. Ready and Amy, you're up. First,
Count to five. Nobody look at.

Speaker 6 (43:41):
Her, go.

Speaker 3 (43:44):
Stop five, Amy, Amy, you have no sexy. I couldn't
do it. I couldn't do it.

Speaker 4 (43:55):
Okay, Yeah, well, okay, Abby, you're Okay, we got your
good hold Abby, ready count five.

Speaker 3 (44:02):
That's all you have to do. It's hard not to laugh.

Speaker 7 (44:04):
Okay, go ahead, one two three four five, just to
count it over with.

Speaker 3 (44:12):
Pretty good. She went a little fast, all right, Morgan.

Speaker 6 (44:17):
My heart is pounding, and I don't know why.

Speaker 3 (44:19):
All right, Morgan, you're up here and go.

Speaker 8 (44:21):
One, two.

Speaker 7 (44:25):
Three four.

Speaker 3 (44:33):
That's on me. I couldn't help it.

Speaker 6 (44:44):
My heart is pounds. A method where she just went
really fast.

Speaker 3 (44:50):
Go ahead. Oh my goodness. All right, that's one. That's
just fun.

Speaker 10 (45:03):
One.

Speaker 4 (45:19):
I think we have to give the award on These
glasses are falling. I can't stop laughing. Okay, on account
of three guys. That's to just say, who would give
the award to? You can say, Amy, Abby, that's one,
two three, so Abby?

Speaker 3 (45:36):
Morgan did what Amy? There was nothing? There was nothing
I got any.

Speaker 6 (45:46):
None of you voted for me.

Speaker 3 (45:50):
Abby. You're the winner.

Speaker 7 (45:54):
I've always wanted to do this.

Speaker 3 (45:56):
You were really fast. Yes, I know.

Speaker 7 (45:58):
I tried not to laugh though I know.

Speaker 4 (45:59):
I know. Thank Abby for your prize. You get to
do it one more time. Go ahead, slower, Oh no, Abby,
let's go go ahead. So good, one two three four.

Speaker 3 (46:19):
That's pretty good.

Speaker 6 (46:21):
Give it up. I should have pandered to edit.

Speaker 3 (46:25):
All right, now the guys and we get the guys later.
I'm ready, we get one. We'll come back, We'll come back.

Speaker 4 (46:34):
Eighty one percent of eighteen to thirty four year olds
believe a four day work week would boost their company's productivity.

Speaker 3 (46:41):
That's it. Yes, of course they're going to say that.
Anybody would say that. I would say that. Now.

Speaker 1 (46:45):
The only thing is, if we really start to transition
towards this, we have to figure out a plan for school.

Speaker 4 (46:50):
Yeah, have but an eighteen thirty year old are gonna
care that muchbout it? Because I have kids for the
most part.

Speaker 6 (46:54):
True.

Speaker 4 (46:55):
But also if you ask eighteen to thirty four year olds,
would a raise be good from around yeah? Yeah, you
just say all kinds of crap. When a poll lasts
you to get out of work. You know, twenty percent
of people said productivity would decline. They're gonna get beat
up who they are. It does feel like things are
slowly moving towards that four day model. Not in the

(47:17):
next few years, but you'll start to see more and
more pockets do it. And what are schools gonna do?

Speaker 6 (47:22):
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (47:23):
And I think that schools are talking about it too,
So that's the thing. We just need to be in alignment,
because if schools decide to do it before work people do,
then you're really screwed.

Speaker 3 (47:31):
Yeah, so we're gonna start writing songs like can't wait
till Thursday. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (47:38):
Yeah. Microwaves are not zapping nutrients out of your food.
Microwaves cook by using electromagnetic waves that are absorbed into
the various molecules of your food. This makes them vibrate
and generate heat to cook things from inside out. It's
important to know that cooking using any method, whether it's frying, boiling,
or stir frying, will affect nutrient composition in some way. However,

(48:00):
microwaves are not zapping nutrients out. Regardless of what you've read.

Speaker 6 (48:04):
Yeah, I use a microwave, now.

Speaker 3 (48:05):
Oh you do. She did have it eliminated from her house.

Speaker 1 (48:08):
I used to not own one for this reason and
I don't know radiation cancer. Like, I just was really
scared of microwaves, but my mom was too, so I
think that just like added to my fear of microwaves.

Speaker 6 (48:21):
And now I use them, no problem, it's fine.

Speaker 1 (48:23):
But when I first got my kids, they were like
mom our friends have microwaves, Like, what, why don't we
have one? And I said, you can heat it up
on the stovetop and then the house.

Speaker 3 (48:32):
Or eagles wilder in the house.

Speaker 6 (48:34):
Yeah, but the last few years are like, oh, man,
microwave is great.

Speaker 4 (48:37):
Even if you just cut your vegetables too much, nutrients
can be lost in the process. Oh, for instance, boiling
and blanching vegetables. I don't know what blanching is, but
it's been shown to destroy vitamin sea content. So microwaving
doesn't do any more than other things that are happening, Okay,
done by the microwaves aarray of America. That's from study
finds you are literally driving yourself crazy. Long distance commuting

(48:58):
can be bad for your health, not to mention your
friendliness and or loneliness. People who drive over fifteen miles
to work have higher blood pressure and more illnesses than
those with shorter commutes. Longer distance drivers also arrive at
work and reach home grumpier. That would make sense, Yeah,
been trapped in a car. I like that though, release
time to kind of think about nothing. Yeah, but if

(49:19):
you're in traffic, you have to think about stop going
every day. It's like and sometimes you just need to
get home for something and you can't. Yeah, then you
get a ticket. I mean I don't because that drives slow.
But one solution is ride sharing both pat I'll be miserable,
like with random people or yeah, ride sharing would suck,
or car pooling about having to depend on other people.
Carpooling was fun as a kid, though, Yeah, your buddies

(49:42):
would come on the bus. No, no, I mean, like
you know, your buddy's mom would pick you up and
then you get see your buddy early in the morning
and go school with them.

Speaker 3 (49:48):
Was fun.

Speaker 4 (49:49):
Yeah, that would be fun. But a mom is responsible. Sure,
I'd worry about from carpulling with my friends. Not all
my friends are the most responsible, and they got to
pick me up for work. I bet you I'm late
to work a couple times a year. That's from Universe,
City of California, Irvine. A study there a discussion of
the most shameful lines of work paparazzi.

Speaker 3 (50:07):
What do you think they are? Oh? Yeah, porn to
make the list? Okay, I know, how do I say dirty?
That's all would be? Yeah? No, okay? Oh a lawyer
like a lawyer so.

Speaker 4 (50:23):
Interesting, So you would say, lawyer, these are most politicians. Okay,
good one, go ahead.

Speaker 3 (50:28):
I'll tell you in a minute, you said, lawyer, said politician,
What are you saying?

Speaker 6 (50:33):
Shameful line of work?

Speaker 4 (50:35):
Oh?

Speaker 6 (50:36):
I don't know.

Speaker 4 (50:38):
Drug dealer, Okay, here we go, cartel, paparazzi, murderer, rapist.
Yeahes work, paparazzi, televangelists.

Speaker 3 (50:57):
Oh yeah, that's not good.

Speaker 4 (50:59):
Payday loan operators, tow yard operators, scalpers, multi level marketing.

Speaker 3 (51:07):
Oh, pyramid schemes.

Speaker 4 (51:08):
Yeah, called something a bit different. But those types, those
are the most shameful lines of work.

Speaker 1 (51:13):
But is it shameful like because other people attach it
or do the people doing it feel shame?

Speaker 3 (51:17):
I both. I don't think tow drivers feel same.

Speaker 5 (51:19):
I don't think those pyramid scheme workers feel bad because
once you get to the top, you're making so much money.

Speaker 3 (51:24):
Why would you feel bad.

Speaker 4 (51:26):
You can still have guilt if you make a lot
of money and SCREWPEP a lot of stuff. You just
let your money overtake the guilt, and I think you
still probably feel guilty.

Speaker 1 (51:34):
But if you may did not play a little bit
denial or justify your actions at times.

Speaker 3 (51:38):
So if the person you're dating could be the one.
Here's the question.

Speaker 4 (51:40):
Find out if he or she was first, middle, or
last born. Birth order plays a role and everything from
career choices to who we marry. Research has shown that
individuals are more likely to form romantic bonds with those
who share their birth order. This maybe because of similar personalities, temperaments,
and life goals. That's from psychology today. I was first born,
was my wife is middle of three. So we were

(52:02):
not the same. But what we have in common is
she's super hot and I like super hot.

Speaker 3 (52:08):
That works.

Speaker 4 (52:08):
And she's super funny and I like super funny. So
that birth order be danger What about you and your
exel we.

Speaker 6 (52:16):
Were the same. We were both the youngest.

Speaker 3 (52:20):
You like the older siblings and they're supposed to work out. Yeah,
it's supposed to.

Speaker 4 (52:25):
Yeah, Eddie, I'm the middle, my wife was the youngest,
So no lunchbox.

Speaker 3 (52:30):
I'm the youngest. My wife was the oldest. That's weird.
Is that why she wears pants? That's all right?

Speaker 4 (52:36):
And then finally, the most dangerous states. Oh no, oh,
Arkansas always always terribly dangerous.

Speaker 3 (52:45):
Dangerous. Well, if there's a lot of poverty's a lot
of crime.

Speaker 4 (52:49):
Ten Missouri nine, California eight, Oregons seven, Alaska six, Tennessee five, Washington.

Speaker 3 (52:53):
Let's get to the top of Alaska. Yeah, most man
walk cross street.

Speaker 4 (53:00):
Okay, Arkansas four, Colorado three, Louisiana two. Mexico comes in
at number one. You think it's gonna break breaking back up?
Oh oh, Heisenberg.

Speaker 3 (53:12):
Heisenberg changed the scene once he showed out, all right,
that's the news.

Speaker 4 (53:16):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (53:17):
Bobby's guy wild story.

Speaker 4 (53:23):
Somebody dms Abby, who is our phone screener and producer,
and they're like, hey, we need you to set up
a concert for us. Abby thinks it's a scam. Turns
out it wasn't a scam at all. They said, I
have fifty thousand dollars. Can you get a headliner or
you come host it? You do with the money whatever
you want. Abby's like, is this real? We get the
person on the phone, it's real. Abby sets up the concert.

(53:44):
It's Abby opening and hosting, and George Berge headlining in
the show.

Speaker 3 (53:49):
And George Burge has just had a number one hit
with remember How'd it Go? I Got my mind on
you and you own My mom And.

Speaker 4 (53:57):
Then he has another song called Cowboy Song, so the
whole concert set up, and Abby's gonna go performing, like Abby,
take your own guitarist. Turns out Abby's trying to hire
a guitarist. It seems it's a bit controversial, Eddie. She
wants me to go. She has asked me to be
a guitarist to go to the Monterey show. So she

(54:18):
wants you to play guitar for her. Yeah, but the
problem is, you know how much money she's making. Abby's
making twenty grand? Yeah, so I'm like, okay, well a
couple of things, right, bones, like a couple things.

Speaker 3 (54:28):
There's the money part. Right, She's making twenty grand, Like
what am I gonna make it a crazy amount? Like
that's the headline of the story.

Speaker 4 (54:34):
Still, Abby's making twenty thousand dollars from a DM go ahead.
But I also feel like she's bringing me along to
kind of show them, look, I can bring another star along.

Speaker 3 (54:43):
Okay, well I'm.

Speaker 4 (54:45):
Half of the raged idiots. You know, like we've already toured,
we've and we've played big shows. People know who I am.
I feel like Abby's kind of like, you know what,
I'll bring Eddie along. That way, It makes me feel
like I can brought all of Nashville.

Speaker 3 (54:56):
Along Abby a couple of questions. You asked Eddie to
do this? Yes, did you tell how much you pay him?

Speaker 4 (55:01):
No? I did not.

Speaker 3 (55:01):
We haven't gotten there, Yeah we didn't. What would you
pay him?

Speaker 7 (55:04):
Would you say three hundred?

Speaker 4 (55:05):
No?

Speaker 8 (55:06):
No?

Speaker 3 (55:06):
That no, hold on, that's not.

Speaker 6 (55:09):
You're Eddie did say that though?

Speaker 4 (55:11):
No, I'm saying if you're hiring like I say, exit five,
maybe if you're asking like you think I'm worth three
hundred bucks, I said, if she were just hiring a
random guitarist, you can pay a few hundred bucks hotel, hotel.

Speaker 3 (55:23):
But they let me worry about the flight in the hotel.
I'll pay that. You you pay me whatever, Yeah, don't
say pay me. Why would you get a nigga? Why
would you want to cover your negotiations? What do you mean, Abby?
How much? What I want? Ten grand?

Speaker 2 (55:36):
But you know what.

Speaker 3 (55:38):
I will pay for my flight? Am Okay, that's a
pretty fair negotiation. Saying, hey, her food too, Okay, Bobby,
I'll take Bobby.

Speaker 1 (55:46):
You already broke down that her gross is twenty grand,
but she's netting about twelve sure and.

Speaker 4 (55:51):
Stuff right, So how is she going to pay any
but Eddie, if he got ten, wouldn't gross ten.

Speaker 3 (55:56):
So it's all the same when you do that because
he pay hotel and taxis. But Eddie, how much? Realistically,
m let's go eight grand? No, eight thousands? Are you
willing to pay eight thousand dollars for Eddie to be
a guitarist?

Speaker 7 (56:11):
That's like almost half of what I'm getting?

Speaker 3 (56:13):
Abby, let's roll.

Speaker 7 (56:15):
No, you got to bring that down.

Speaker 3 (56:17):
You got to bring how much? What are you thinking?
What would you really offer Eddie to be your guitarist.

Speaker 7 (56:22):
For this show if he paid all of his expenses
and everywhere?

Speaker 3 (56:25):
Okay, sure? Correct?

Speaker 7 (56:26):
Two thousand.

Speaker 4 (56:28):
That's the flight man, it's going to cost you for
hotel fly The hotel cost you eight hundred bucks just
to go.

Speaker 3 (56:35):
I like nice hotels. We had it in the Star.

Speaker 4 (56:39):
So really, last offer here, what are you offering Eddie
to go and play guitar for you at this race
car track?

Speaker 3 (56:47):
Abby? Don't insult me? Come on, come on, let's last
and final? Issaulted me last.

Speaker 1 (56:51):
And final, Abby, Kavy you can find a guitar player, Hey, Amy,
I really think I can. But you'd be really awesome
to have a long I'm going to say thirty thousand.

Speaker 3 (57:04):
Wait, what thousands.

Speaker 4 (57:05):
So she's offering you three thousand dollars dollars to cast
you about eight hundred to travel all the way in
so twenty two hundred bucks to go and play for
twenty minutes in California.

Speaker 3 (57:14):
That's not bad songs, Bro, learn vacation, Bro, I can learn.

Speaker 7 (57:19):
What's today the twenty second of June twenty second?

Speaker 3 (57:23):
Why does that sound familiar? Well, because every year it
happens for the last It looks to me like you're clear,
as are clear, we don't have a shoot.

Speaker 6 (57:32):
Then do you need to check with your family?

Speaker 3 (57:34):
Dude? Hey, you know how I checked my family two
thousand dollars. Yeah, it was three thousand, just where his
house is. Like, you're really offering him three thousand dollars.
You're so done? Okay, Eddie, she's offered you three thousand dollars. Okay.
Can I check with my business manager? You can, but
you need to let us know within twenty four hours.

Speaker 4 (57:52):
You got it?

Speaker 3 (57:53):
You got it. That's June twenty second. Yes, how many songs?
Four songs?

Speaker 7 (57:58):
No, it's thirty minutes.

Speaker 3 (57:59):
I don't think that matters much. It says it's doing
the calculations. Oh you want to do a par song
song right thinking about.

Speaker 7 (58:06):
It, you can learn my song?

Speaker 3 (58:07):
Yeah, learn.

Speaker 4 (58:08):
You've been offered three thousand dollars, Eddie, you have twenty
four hours to respond a lot.

Speaker 3 (58:13):
He's sick about it. Now now you're making money and
he's he's Abby. You are so dumb.

Speaker 5 (58:20):
Why you are wasting so much of your money. You
could get a guitar player for five hundred dollars.

Speaker 3 (58:26):
Let them pay for their if they like. Okay, so
you pay a thousand dollars for their flight and hotel.
You're wasting most of your money.

Speaker 5 (58:34):
But I see what you're doing because you think there'll
be more people in the crowd if two people from
the show are going, so it makes it look like
you're a better host.

Speaker 7 (58:43):
No, I trust Eddie, Like, I want to make sure
that the guitar player, like is gonna do.

Speaker 3 (58:48):
Well when I try a star player. Eddie's not. I mean,
I know he's my partner in comedy, but you're not
a professional guitar player. But me and Abby we play
all the time together. Okay, I'm on the table. Yeah, dude,
I love it. I mean you might want to send
that if you take it back. There's no no negotiation. Abby,
I will let you know in twenty four twenty four

(59:08):
hours you're on the live what to do. Let's go,
let's go, great day. What do I want? I'll tour manage,
give you some money. You did a great job.

Speaker 4 (59:18):
Way earlier in the show, the ladies had a little
competition to see who had the sexiest lady voice in
Abby one, like running away when you guys got Yeah, guys,
the judges agree, Abby one.

Speaker 6 (59:30):
We had to count to five or something like a
sexy voice.

Speaker 3 (59:35):
Yeah sounds easy. Yeah, it's like one.

Speaker 4 (59:39):
So go listen to the podcast here Abby. So I
did say the guys, we try it here, but we're
gonna do ours a bit different. What do you mean,
because I don't want to be a practicing Oh, I
have like a whole thing. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (59:47):
So what we're gonna do is you're gonna do the
first line of the Pledge of Allegiance in a sexy voice,
and that's I pledge allegiance to the flag of the
United States America. Got it?

Speaker 4 (59:56):
That's it, A pledge allegiance to the flag of the
United States of America. And then you ladies can vote
on which guy. Don't judge the guy a BYuT what
you know about them or what they look like or
anything else. It's hard, but don't judge them by the history.

Speaker 3 (01:00:09):
Of you knowing them. So maybe even close your eyes.

Speaker 4 (01:00:13):
Close your eyes and there'll be four of us, Me, Eddie,
Lunchbox and Ray will do the sexy voice competition and
you will only do the allegiance. Raymundo, you're up first, buddy. Hey,
can we get some sexy music? Though it's like a
saxophone or something, you know, really build it up just
so they feel it, you know, because I mean this

(01:00:33):
right here, it feels like you're a club.

Speaker 3 (01:00:35):
Can give me sexy? Raymundo will go first. Raymundo is
known for his voice.

Speaker 4 (01:00:39):
He's been the voice of different athletic events like college stadium. Yeah,
does some of the voice stuff on our show. He
does the Morty Cordy All right, here we go up first, Raymundo.
Our pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States America.

Speaker 12 (01:01:02):
Okay, somebody, yeah, what on like, don't say anything, don't
screw if you scared me?

Speaker 6 (01:01:12):
Man?

Speaker 4 (01:01:12):
Yeah, do you want a little more runway? Do you
want into the Republic for witness stands?

Speaker 3 (01:01:17):
Do you feel good about that?

Speaker 6 (01:01:18):
I think we can get it from that.

Speaker 3 (01:01:20):
Okay, want more, Amy Eddie, go ahead? Are you ready
for this?

Speaker 5 (01:01:25):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (01:01:25):
Give us your sexy voice. I pledge allegiance to the
flag of the United States America. Open your eyes, girls,
that was me. It's almost too whispers you're talking about?

(01:01:46):
That was sexy, was it? Yeah? Okay, lunchbox.

Speaker 5 (01:01:52):
These guys really throwing me off, because I mean, my
voice is pretty sexy at as it is.

Speaker 3 (01:01:57):
So is this it? To get it more? Is gonna
be tough? Okay, go ahead. I pledge allegiance to the
Flag of the United States of America into the republic
for which it stands.

Speaker 6 (01:02:14):
He's still going one nation.

Speaker 3 (01:02:16):
Indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Why are you
interrupting me?

Speaker 6 (01:02:23):
Everybody's whispering.

Speaker 3 (01:02:24):
You went way too long and then you forgot God.
I'm literally reading.

Speaker 6 (01:02:29):
After the United States of America.

Speaker 3 (01:02:31):
He was rubbing the keys on his keyboard. I don't know.
Googled allegiance and I just read the line that it
has I don't know.

Speaker 4 (01:02:42):
Okay, and finally me, I pledge allegiance. Yeah, buy that
bag to the flag. Let's go on the trip for
the weekend of the United States of America.

Speaker 3 (01:03:05):
What was that at the end America?

Speaker 6 (01:03:09):
And you're sending little messages?

Speaker 3 (01:03:11):
What messages?

Speaker 6 (01:03:12):
I heard, buy a bag and let's go.

Speaker 11 (01:03:13):
On that trip.

Speaker 3 (01:03:14):
What are you talking about? Did I say that?

Speaker 4 (01:03:15):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (01:03:16):
Yeah, you did say that. I forgot it all when
your voice went up and could you try to bite
the microphone? Bro I don't know what happened to me.

Speaker 4 (01:03:21):
I just that was just me.

Speaker 3 (01:03:22):
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old man's at the bar having some drinks when he's
had one too many and the bartender says, you're done,
gotta go. He goes, I'm not drunk, and the bartender says,
you gotta leave. So the twenty four year old calls

(01:03:44):
his mom, says, mom, they're not letting me drink anymore.
So what does his mom do? She comes up to
the bar, starts swearing at the manager, gets in their face. Oh,
she gets mad at the bar, says, my son is
not drunk. My son didn't do drugs, and so they
had to call police and they were escorted out.

Speaker 6 (01:04:02):
Sounds like the bonehead is hereditary.

Speaker 4 (01:04:04):
Yeah, mom, man son it's funny, even calls mom and
then she would actually come up there like entertain that
as something to do.

Speaker 3 (01:04:09):
Okay, there you go, I'm munch watched. That's your bonehead
story of the day.

Speaker 4 (01:04:14):
In about a week, we have to report on our
movie that we watched called The Usual Suspects, Right, everybody good?

Speaker 3 (01:04:20):
Yeah, we drew it.

Speaker 4 (01:04:21):
The cinema club says we have to watch it. Scuba
Steve picked it. Has anybody watched it yet? No?

Speaker 3 (01:04:27):
Yes?

Speaker 4 (01:04:28):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (01:04:30):
Wow? Early? Okay, go ahead.

Speaker 1 (01:04:32):
Well I watched it and I fell asleep within the
first twenty minutes. Okay, but then I woke up to
watch the last part of it, and I still think
I've got it all figured out. So I'm like this
is I'm good right because the whole I laid their
while the whole movie ran its course. I didn't plan
on falling asleep. I guess I was just so tired

(01:04:54):
and I got the gist of what happened like I could.
I don't even know that I need to fill it.

Speaker 3 (01:05:00):
And that whatever doesn't count. If she falls asleep during
the movie and missus eighty percent of it. No, you know,
would be funny though, is if she just kept it
this way. She didn't watch it. Rewatch it and then
we watch it and see if she got it right.
But get what right? We needna quizr on it. She
don't know any of the answers, but she says she
knows what it's about.

Speaker 1 (01:05:19):
I feel like I could probably answer the questions. It's
pretty self explanatory. The usual suspects and they all get together.

Speaker 3 (01:05:27):
I don't think that counts. So you saw the ending.
Otherwise I'm gonna go to sleep during every movie for now.
All right, she saw the ending, don't spoil it.

Speaker 6 (01:05:36):
I won't anyway. Okay, fine, I'll reprint it.

Speaker 3 (01:05:40):
But well, you fell asleep. We didn't make you fall asleep?
Is it boring? Amy, Like, what's the problem? You hate it?

Speaker 1 (01:05:46):
I was either tired or it's just not my thing,
maybe a bit of both.

Speaker 6 (01:05:51):
And also I we Kevin's facey you know yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
this is the whole thing, Like I just she was like,
I'm not into this.

Speaker 3 (01:06:01):
Well you don't have to be in because they have I.

Speaker 6 (01:06:04):
Can tell you. I can tell you he has a limp?
What he has limp? I saw that in movie.

Speaker 11 (01:06:12):
I saw that.

Speaker 6 (01:06:12):
But she dragged us like like he walks and drag
walk drag Well.

Speaker 3 (01:06:16):
I think you need to watch the rest of the movie.
I saw it, although you didn't see it all.

Speaker 6 (01:06:21):
Like while I'm sleeping, it's playing and it's going into
my brain sleep.

Speaker 4 (01:06:25):
Go that's no, you don't have osmosis in a movie. Okay,
we're done. Thank you guys for being here. We will
see you tomorrow.

Speaker 3 (01:06:31):
Goodbye Body the Bobby Bone Ship Bobby Boones
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