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July 10, 2024 44 mins

Morgan shares audio from her Maid Of Honour speech at her sister's wedding, plus her boyfriend 'the man in uniform' met her whole family, find out how it went! Then, hear why Lunchbox thinks he should be rewarded for something he did at the airport and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Mom transmitting, Hey, welcome to Wednesday show More than Studio.
The question is what would you do to save the
life of a loved one or the life of a dogs.
A gator real eat a dog and the person jumps
in and punches the gator in the face. Dog lives

like that kind of stuff. I hear a story about
a shark.

Speaker 2 (00:27):
This mom.

Speaker 3 (00:27):
By the way, the shark got hers a bull shark.
It it basically a bit off her calf. So they're
out in the ocean south Padre and she sees like
something gray kind of circling the area and starts like
coming towards them. They were out past a sandbar. The
shark followed her to the shallow water amy and then

attacked her. So she turned around she saw something was gray.
She kicked it because she thought it was a huge fish,
which I mean a shark is kind of a huge fish.
She's an angry one my teeth, and so then the shark
went crazy because it got kicked.

Speaker 4 (01:00):

Speaker 2 (01:01):
But then the husband jumps in the water to fight
the shark.

Speaker 5 (01:04):

Speaker 2 (01:05):
So the question is would I do that.

Speaker 3 (01:07):
If a shark is attacking someone you love, do you
jump in the water to fight the shark.

Speaker 6 (01:11):
Amy, I hope, so, yeah, you try to figure it
out in one one way or another. But also i'd
be really really scared. And that's awesome that her husband
did that, because.

Speaker 3 (01:20):
Like you hope for, I know she lived time out
time out. So first I finished the story. The husband
jumps in, gets into a fight with the shark, like
punches the shark it's grabbing her. He was bent a
couple of times as well, but not as bad. Beach
goers pulled her out of the waters, blood everywhere. First
responders were on the scene. There's a big wound, she said,

quote from CBS News. If my husband didn't jump into
action and everyone else on the beach, those people pulling
me out, I don't think that it would have stopped.

Speaker 2 (01:52):

Speaker 3 (01:52):
Do you think if I were getting attacked by a shark,
you would jump in on the shark lunchbox?

Speaker 2 (01:58):
Your wife's getting attacked by a shark.

Speaker 4 (01:59):
I don't think I do it. I got kids to
think about if we both get eaten by the shark.

Speaker 3 (02:04):
That's a hilarious response, because I don't think that's really
what you're thinking.

Speaker 2 (02:07):
But that's funny.

Speaker 4 (02:08):
Both of us get taken out by the shark. They
have no parents. If mom goes, at least they still
have dad there to take care of them. So I'm
hoping bystanders jump in because they know.

Speaker 2 (02:19):
They can't they have kids. Though you don't know single parents.

Speaker 4 (02:22):
Probably maybe it's single parents, but I assume most single
parents aren't jumping in because they know they have to
protect their kids also.

Speaker 2 (02:29):
And that's the only reason you wouldn't jump in.

Speaker 4 (02:31):
That's it, the only reason for my kids.

Speaker 2 (02:36):
Would you.

Speaker 4 (02:36):
I can't argue that yeah, okay, yeah, yeah, but he
didn't have kids, So that's it's a different it's a
different dynamic.

Speaker 2 (02:43):
It's not even about kids. I've just seen if.

Speaker 4 (02:45):
You had a newborn beach laying newborn, baby laying on the.

Speaker 3 (02:48):
Beach, baby, I'm not leaving the newborn just laying on
the beach. I'm not taking the newborn to the beach.

Speaker 4 (02:52):
I'm just saying people do Let's say your baby's one
years old and it's laying on the beach and your
wife's getting attacked.

Speaker 3 (02:57):
You can't just leave the baby. I think I don't
think about it. I think that's instinct and I probably.

Speaker 4 (03:01):
Or you just protected, like cover the baby, so the
baby doesn't see.

Speaker 3 (03:04):
So as the shark is attacking your wife, you just
lay on top of the baby so the baby doesn't
see you're wipe being attacked. That's good, Yeah, that's good. Yeah,
the guy could have said that if he didn't do it,
like nah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I think I would jump
in because I think an animal like that is not
just going to attack and kill everything around him. He's
hungry or angry, and I think when the guy jumps in,

the shark probably freaks out as well.

Speaker 2 (03:25):
But I don't think he can kill everybody.

Speaker 4 (03:27):
But he bit a guy twice. He's lucky.

Speaker 2 (03:28):
He's just freaking out right, But he's lucky he wasn't
more damaged.

Speaker 6 (03:31):
So like you're getting bit maybe because you kicked it.
I come in and pet it. Calmly, Okay, it's okay.

Speaker 2 (03:38):
Calm down. Never works for me, No, I say it
all right, shark, calm down. I don't know.

Speaker 5 (03:42):
That's scary. I would like to think I would.

Speaker 3 (03:45):
It doesn't work for me with humans, definite wouldn't work
on the shark. Ed he jump on a shark. Guys,
what are you talking about? There's no question you have
to go in and save your family member.

Speaker 2 (03:53):
I'd say your kid, your wife. Oh that's tough.

Speaker 7 (03:55):
Yeah, it's totally like a kid, no brainer, right, can't
take two people.

Speaker 2 (04:01):
I think that's why.

Speaker 5 (04:02):
So you should be like, shark take me.

Speaker 2 (04:05):
No, this is not tam girl, don't take me.

Speaker 3 (04:10):
Uh just I think if you jump in and start
pounding the shark, and shark will not take on two people.

Speaker 2 (04:15):
Okay, hasn't seen the movies.

Speaker 5 (04:16):
So you tag teammate, yeah.

Speaker 2 (04:18):
And then it and then gets out of town.

Speaker 7 (04:20):
It's not like the person in the middle just swinging
away trying to I don't think whoever it's it hits,
but it's tough.

Speaker 2 (04:25):
You're in the sharks territory, like it's good in the water, and.

Speaker 4 (04:29):
That bull shark one of the strongest sharks in the water.
And yeah, it's in a book.

Speaker 3 (04:34):
We read it with your kids. Look that you would
not jump in and save your wife because you want
to protect.

Speaker 4 (04:39):
Those kids exactly. I'll be guys, I couldn't do it. It
was a bull shark. And they're like, oh, that's one
of the strongest.

Speaker 2 (04:44):
You're right, kids, Hey, dad, we we understand.

Speaker 4 (04:47):
Totally understand that you did the right thing.

Speaker 3 (04:50):
I still don't believe that's why you wouldn't do it.
But I can't prove you wrong, so I'm gonna go
with it.

Speaker 4 (04:54):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (04:55):
What if the bear.

Speaker 4 (04:57):
No, no way?

Speaker 3 (05:00):
I know, way more so than a shark. The kids
it should be no way, no even it should be
no way.

Speaker 4 (05:05):
I got the kids.

Speaker 2 (05:06):
What about a dog? Big dog?

Speaker 4 (05:09):
Oh got the kids? Got the kids?

Speaker 2 (05:12):
Man? What about a rat? Got the kids? Won't do it?

Speaker 5 (05:18):
Air to get.

Speaker 8 (05:24):
Something, we call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 2 (05:27):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones.

Speaker 3 (05:28):
My fiance and I are getting married in a few months.
We're now in the planning stages. My friends keep telling
us we need to have an open bar, which sounds great,
but honestly, our budget can't really feel that. While talking
about this with my wife to be, I mentioned the
idea of giving each guest three drink tickets. That way
we can control what we're paying for. She says, this
is tacky and in bad form. Our drink tickets really

worse than having a full on cash bar signed frugal fits.
You kind of have a full bar, we let everybody
have it, or you have no alcohol, or you have
a cash bar, or you have a ticket bar. There's
a four auctions, right, Yeah, make sure that I'm not
missing any of them. Again, this is one that she's
probably I hate to be this guy. If she's planned

most of the wedding, you're gonna have to lean a
little bit to let her have the open bar.

Speaker 2 (06:18):
No, no, she.

Speaker 3 (06:18):
Doesn't know she does, right, But okay, she wants it,
but they don't really have the money for it, he said,
correct him. You're if she's been the one planning most
of the wedding, you gotta let her plan the wedding.
And that sucks, And that's on you, buddy, if you've
been doing it equally. I think there's a compromise, but
I'm gonna bet based off of my polling of friends

for twenty years.

Speaker 2 (06:40):
Come on, she's planned most of the wedding.

Speaker 5 (06:41):
But also, tickets aren't tacky.

Speaker 3 (06:43):
I agree, but I'm hold on, we'll get to that
in a second. I'm just saying, if that's the case,
you're gonna have to fall to where she is, because
you can't jump in as secret Superman and be.

Speaker 2 (06:54):
Like I'm here to make a decision all of a
sudden when you haven't done that.

Speaker 3 (06:58):
So number one is, if she's planned the whole wedding,
most of the wedding, you're gonna have to just a
bow down. Number two is what even is tacky? Everybody's
wedding has different things that people think. What's the dollar dance?

Speaker 2 (07:09):

Speaker 3 (07:09):
Is the tickets tacky? No one's gonna look at the
tickets and go, well, this is tacky.

Speaker 6 (07:14):
No in three, that's generous where I've just gotten one ticket.

Speaker 7 (07:18):
Guys, the ticket puts you in a bad spot, like
because you drink the three real quick, right, and then
you're like, all right.

Speaker 2 (07:22):
Who I get, don't drink him so quick. Then you're
talking about you're.

Speaker 4 (07:26):
Gonna only have three drinks a whole night.

Speaker 2 (07:27):
And then you gotta go find Bobby. Where's Bobby? I
know he's not using his three tickets? And they're like,
can I please have your three?

Speaker 4 (07:32):
And then you have five people begging you for those tickets.
It's like, man, it's so awkward and it's uncompable, and
you're not paying attention to the best man's speech because
you're too busy trying to barter for a ticket.

Speaker 3 (07:40):
Like no, you're selling your body for tickets.

Speaker 5 (07:43):
So to have tickets and then buy your fourth drink.

Speaker 3 (07:46):
That's true till you can do that don't worry about tacky.
It's your wedding. Who cares d G A f about
what anybody else thinks of your wedding. You're not building
a wedding for them. So if she did, if you
guys have planned it pretty even, I think you should
let her hear this. It's not tacky. You could be
doing a hundred things that people think are tacky that

you don't think tacky. You can you do things that
you think are tacky. People don't thinks tacky. It's all
based on the person. If you don't think it's tacky,
it's not tacky. Do drink tickets.

Speaker 7 (08:14):
I would encourage you to do that, because how about Bob,
that's at least I know that's tacky.

Speaker 4 (08:19):
F everybody rolls in with their cooler.

Speaker 3 (08:23):
Yeah, that's music festival, that is, and there's just some
people getting married at the music festival. But I would
say one let her decide if she's planning the wedding,
to let her hear this. It's not tacky. No one's
gonna judge you. If so, they're not your friends anyway,
who cares the end?

Speaker 2 (08:42):
That's what I say. What about full cash bar is
a wedding. Oh, they just go to a bar.

Speaker 6 (08:51):
But there's also ways you can, like look at the alcohol, Like,
you don't have to have all the liquor options that
can get expensive.

Speaker 5 (08:58):
You can do wine and beer and that's the way.

Speaker 2 (09:00):
To but that still could be too expensive.

Speaker 5 (09:03):
I agree, But I'm just letting you know there's you
can try to play with.

Speaker 2 (09:06):
It over at your wedding and what And he's like,
you don't have to get Ace of Spades.

Speaker 3 (09:10):
No, I just meant, what's that one, the crazy expensive
one humper nickel.

Speaker 2 (09:15):
No, No, No, we've been We've had Amy's Like everybody
just have to get a ball of happy paper.

Speaker 5 (09:21):
No, I just meant like tequila vodka.

Speaker 9 (09:23):
That adds up.

Speaker 5 (09:24):
You could just make it like beer or wine and.

Speaker 2 (09:27):
You can do mad dog. That's all right, that's the
mail bag. Closed it up. We got your game mail
and we laid it.

Speaker 4 (09:35):
On your Now, let's find the clothes.

Speaker 3 (09:38):
Bobby failed that Yea, Morgan's sister got married. Morgan was
the maid of honor. Morgan came on the show. We
were talking about our made of Honor speech. First of all,
if you were to grade yourself on your speech, what
would you grade yourself.

Speaker 10 (09:51):
I didn't have any mess ups, and I kept it
pretty concise, and I got lots of laughs and lots
of tears, So I'd honestly give myself.

Speaker 2 (09:57):
An a boom. She's not someone who just for those
days for herself for anybody else. I trust it.

Speaker 3 (10:02):
I have some audio. It was recorded kind of far away,
but so set up. The visual is there like a
long table. You guys are setting at.

Speaker 10 (10:08):
Yep long table, and I'm sitting right next to my sister,
and I'm talking directly kind of at my sister with
a few moments in the crowd.

Speaker 2 (10:14):
Okay, here we go.

Speaker 3 (10:15):
HI. For those who.

Speaker 9 (10:17):
Don't me, you're welcome.

Speaker 11 (10:19):
For those who don't condolences, my name Morgan, otherwise know,
I'm my chas Taylor's little sister.

Speaker 9 (10:28):
We met in the nineties.

Speaker 11 (10:30):
Taylor was too when I first entered her life, and
it was a pretty kay always start. As the youngest
in the family, I have my flop goups my older
sister for guidance and helps to act. I'm told she's
the reason I'm jumping off the last coffee tables and
hanging on my Name's you also the reason our parents
turn our entire basement into a gymnasium. So we give

Chase our fames of being in the Olympics. Hint, neither
one of us has made the team.

Speaker 2 (10:59):
How long was your total speech?

Speaker 9 (11:01):
It was about four minutes and thirty seconds.

Speaker 3 (11:03):
It's a good time the twenty minuts or when it
gets rough, lusch box you made a little face.

Speaker 4 (11:09):
I mean, I don't know what the part at the
beginning was. I didn't even understand it. Hey, for everybody
that knows me, congratulations that you're welcome.

Speaker 2 (11:19):
It's like something you would say that means, not like
I'm cool and nice. If you know me, that's good.

Speaker 9 (11:23):
And it was kind of joke because, like ninety, I.

Speaker 4 (11:25):
Was really worried when she goes. I met her when
I was born, she was two. I was like, oh
my god, we're gonna go over the whole line like
we are starting at birth. That is ridiculous. No, I
kept it going, Oh but then you jumped to the
other thing, and I was like, okay, we are not
going to go through every single step.

Speaker 2 (11:42):
Did you choke up at one moment?

Speaker 9 (11:45):
And I just kind of paused and I was like,
that's okay. I told her, I said a line.

Speaker 10 (11:50):
It was like you have and you remain my built
in everything. And at that moment, I was like, oh gosh.

Speaker 2 (11:57):
The tears are coming and you can pose yourself.

Speaker 10 (12:00):
Yeah, I like took a moment, and then I continued
because then right after it was like a funny joke.

Speaker 2 (12:04):
So I was like, you want to propose to her?

Speaker 3 (12:05):
Right then? Yeah, it's pretty romantic. And then what you
said it was what was your funniest reference?

Speaker 10 (12:12):
So a really funny moment was I had note cards
and I said, okay, his name is Seth. He her
husband's name. And I was like, okay, now on to Seth.
He's handsome, he's witty. And then I showed him the
note card. I was like, Seth, I can't read your notes.

Speaker 2 (12:26):
I don't know what he said.

Speaker 9 (12:28):
And I got him like he had no idea what
was happening? And everybody everybody died.

Speaker 2 (12:31):
How'd you end it? What was the closer?

Speaker 9 (12:33):
I said, cheers to you guys.

Speaker 10 (12:37):
I hope you love growing old with her as much
as I loved growing.

Speaker 9 (12:40):
Up with her.

Speaker 2 (12:41):
That's a good one. I saw it. Dang, did you
steal that or do you make that up?

Speaker 3 (12:45):

Speaker 9 (12:45):
No, I didn't make that up. I found that online.

Speaker 2 (12:47):
Oh no, that was awesome. I was like, that's really good.

Speaker 5 (12:49):
Yeah, because I teared.

Speaker 9 (12:50):
Up when I saw it online. I was like, oh yeah,
I got to add that in at the at the
very end.

Speaker 2 (12:53):
Were you nervous when it started?

Speaker 10 (12:55):
Yeah, I was shaking, which is I think it's because
I knew so many.

Speaker 9 (12:58):
People in the room.

Speaker 10 (13:00):
People are like, you talk on the radio over day.
I'm like, you guys, don't get it. I sit in
a room with five people that I know, and then
we talked to a bunch of strangers. It's so different
when you know everybody in the room.

Speaker 2 (13:08):
You have no cards.

Speaker 9 (13:09):
Yeah, and I kind of flubbed.

Speaker 10 (13:11):
Apparently they're somehow mixing empty note cards in my.

Speaker 3 (13:17):
Yeah, there's this scene in the office where Michael Scott
gets up and he's not asked to give the speech,
but he gets up and he's like like saying hilarious.
He's like, wedding is defined by Webster's Dictionary as the
fusion of metals.

Speaker 2 (13:30):
Well, dude, yeah, he looked up the wrong definition.

Speaker 3 (13:34):
It's good, though, What would you give as advice to
people if they have a speech a maid of honor
or a best man speech?

Speaker 4 (13:43):
Coming out.

Speaker 10 (13:44):
I would say that you keep it as concise as possible,
which I know is really hard because you probably knew
this person for a really long time. You start out
with a few memories, and you make sure to address
the other person, you talk about them together, and then
you close with like a good like happy, excited for
your next phase of life kind of thing.

Speaker 9 (14:01):
That was a good template.

Speaker 3 (14:02):
I used.

Speaker 2 (14:03):
You do that yourself. Are you still from the internet
as well?

Speaker 9 (14:05):
Know that one I came up with myself.

Speaker 3 (14:07):
I would have said the last line change a couple
of words paraphrase.

Speaker 6 (14:14):
Yeah, but that's I mean, it's helpful, like right now,
someone can do it in their speech and they be like,
oh I heard girl like Yeah.

Speaker 2 (14:22):
A morning show once said.

Speaker 3 (14:24):
Yeah, your boyfriend was in an Instagram picture I saw
first time you had really shown him.

Speaker 10 (14:29):
Yeah, still a little soft launch action on the side.

Speaker 2 (14:37):
She's dancing with something.

Speaker 3 (14:38):
I don't know, maybe the group really close with the groom. Okay,
how to go with him and your family?

Speaker 9 (14:46):
He got rave reviews I had, so he was I mean.

Speaker 10 (14:49):
I was off doing stuff. I had so many made
of honor doies. So he was kind of on his
own for quite a lot. Of the day and he
I would have people coming up to me at the
end of the night and they're like, dang, he's so awesome.

Speaker 9 (14:59):
He might be cooler than and I was like, are
you for real?

Speaker 10 (15:01):
And so I'm actually shocked, Like he got really good
reviews coming from someone who has had some bad relationships.

Speaker 9 (15:07):
They were like, yeah, you finally got a good one.

Speaker 3 (15:09):
Did your parents or your family ever tell you when
you took a boyfriend home that man, this guy's kind
of a douche or did they wait until afterward to
be like I always knew it.

Speaker 10 (15:15):
Was always after Yeah, because they you know, they they're like,
you have to figure it out for yourself. And most
of the time they wouldn't know everything until after. I
kept things private until then. I was like, oh, well
this all happened.

Speaker 2 (15:27):
Sorry, Eddie. You looking at the picture. Yeah, I'm aithm
no I saw it, but like I just thought it
was some random dude.

Speaker 4 (15:33):
I didn't she's holding his hand in the field on
the DA This is the dude.

Speaker 2 (15:38):
This is the guy in uniform.

Speaker 3 (15:40):
Man in uniform. But you don't see his face. You
just see kind of the side. You see a little bit.
I mean, it's like a profile.

Speaker 2 (15:45):
That would be the side. Yeah, that will be the side. Yeah, yeah, yeah,
Well I'm glad it went well. Thank you, that's good.
That was good. That was really good.

Speaker 3 (15:53):
You know, it's it's hard to do stuff in front people,
a bunch of people, you know, and there's the expectation
of nailing it when you don't have to just have
to not suck.

Speaker 2 (16:01):
We sucking is nailing it.

Speaker 10 (16:02):
And I got worried because like the Man of the
Best Man did a like roast and it was good,
but it was like nine minutes long, so I was like,
I feel like Mama was a little bit better concise.

Speaker 3 (16:13):
Too long, and then everybody's like, all right, dude, unless
you're killing.

Speaker 10 (16:19):
And he did get lots of lass because it was
a roast. But then you know, you don't want a
roast too hard because then they're like, okay, my guy,
I get it.

Speaker 9 (16:25):
Can I do I do anything?

Speaker 3 (16:26):

Speaker 2 (16:26):
They should a lot the shorter one go first, And
that's what happened.

Speaker 9 (16:30):
I did do it, but then I heard his I
was like, Dan, you got a lot of laughs.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
That's why I jealous.

Speaker 3 (16:34):
No, no's jealous.

Speaker 12 (16:37):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 6 (16:43):
There's a video going viral on social media of a
mom opening up a delivery box and inside is a
cap and gown that she never got to wear at
her nineteen eighty two George Washington University Law school graduation.

Speaker 2 (16:57):
Why does she not get to wear it?

Speaker 6 (16:58):
She was on her way and got into a car accident,
so she never got to go. She was later able
to complete everything, got her law degree, but just never
experience the honor of a graduation ceremony. Well, one of
her kids just graduated law school and kind of got
the idea of, like, I've got my cap and gown,
let's get mom a cap and gown and do a
little graduation ceremony with her now.

Speaker 2 (17:21):
Because she did graduate, she just didn't get to have graduation.

Speaker 6 (17:23):
Yeah, all these years later, it was just something she
shared with her kids that was kind of She worked
really hard to be a part of that big moment
and she didn't get to experience it. While she did
finish her degree and practice law, she just never.

Speaker 5 (17:34):
Got to have the graduation.

Speaker 3 (17:36):
That woman is what I would call bizarre world lunchbox
because exactly the opposite thing happened with him where she
graduated yet didn't get to walk.

Speaker 2 (17:45):
He walked cap and gown, but did not graduate. Right,
that's true.

Speaker 4 (17:50):
Yeah, because if you're like within a certain amount of
hours and you're supposed to finish it over the summer
or whatever, they let you walk the stage. It's just
your diploma is empty when you get to the end
of the stage. So mine had nothing in it. And
I was going to take that final class and then
life man fame.

Speaker 7 (18:06):
I mean all of ours are empty, right, Like mine
was empty too, but I graduated mine.

Speaker 5 (18:09):
Mine was empty because.

Speaker 3 (18:10):
Mine was a year. You didn't graduate either, and you
held a secret for us forever.

Speaker 2 (18:14):
I did.

Speaker 9 (18:14):
But then I went back.

Speaker 6 (18:15):
I went finished my three hours. Yeah he didn't I
have a degree.

Speaker 3 (18:18):
No, mine wasn't because they handed you a a flat
thing and the diploma was in that.

Speaker 12 (18:24):
Oh I didn't.

Speaker 2 (18:25):
We didn't have the thing where they handed you like
a scroll.

Speaker 4 (18:28):
Soccer to our little thing like you open it up.

Speaker 2 (18:31):
Oh no, No, ours wasn't.

Speaker 3 (18:32):
Ours were like shake a hand and you get a
flat hardcover and inside of it iss your Oh cool.

Speaker 4 (18:37):
Yeah, mine was empty and the insign said.

Speaker 2 (18:39):
No, yeah, we get it. I said, sorry, try again later.

Speaker 4 (18:41):
But I did hug the president of the university. I
gave him a big old bear hug.

Speaker 3 (18:44):
All right, shout out two of those kids. That's pretty cool.
Good story, that's what it's all about.

Speaker 12 (18:48):
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 3 (18:51):
So Lunchbox asked to do a tell me something good,
but he wanted to do it tell me something bad.
And I was like, I don't want to do tell
me something bad because he's all up. He didn't get
a reward because he found somebody's wallet. Has he told
you guys this story? Oh okay, where'd you find the wallet?

Speaker 4 (19:07):
At the airport? We were doing curbside check in? We
were rushing about to miss our plane. My wife's there.
I'm throwing the car seats out, throwing the car seats out,
and I look and I'm like, oh, there's a wallet
and I just look. I pick it up and I
look inside. No cash?

Speaker 2 (19:21):
Were you hoping for cash? Secret home for cash?

Speaker 4 (19:23):
And I see the guy's name and I just yelled
the name out, and this like elderly lady, grandma probably
seventy five to eighty, turns around just goes, that's my
husband's wallet.

Speaker 2 (19:35):
Also, they just dropped it.

Speaker 4 (19:37):
She was like, he went to go part the car.
He helped me unload the bags. We're going on our
something anniversary, fifty fifth wedding anniversary or our vacation would
have been would have been ruined.

Speaker 2 (19:48):
All this. When he was yelling him, I felt like
a little here. No no.

Speaker 4 (19:52):
I was like, well, I just found it sitting here,
and you know this. I didn't give you my dialogue.
There was a little conversation, but everything she said to
me was like it would have been ruined. Thank you
so much. I was like, I know you don't have
any cash, but my Venmo, if you want.

Speaker 3 (20:04):
To say that, no chance you did not say my
Venmo is this.

Speaker 4 (20:10):
They were going on a two week vacation and it's
been over a week and a half and there's been
no Venmo to my Do.

Speaker 5 (20:15):
You think she has Vinmo?

Speaker 6 (20:17):
I mean, I mean, I'm just thinking. My dad was like,
you definitely mean's late seventies and.

Speaker 3 (20:22):
Lose the headline here. You don't have to be rewarded
for everything. Somebody dropped their wallet, yeah, but I could
have just kept it and they would have never been
able to vacation. Sure you could have, yeah, but having
different people that have like caught your dog when it's escaped,
found something in yours, not my wallet.

Speaker 4 (20:39):
I mean, that's a big deal. I saved their anniversary.
They're grateful for it.

Speaker 3 (20:43):
But I don't think everything has to be rewarded through
I'm gonna give you a few bits.

Speaker 4 (20:47):
I mean, heck, the person of Starbucks wants to tip
or pour me a coffee and I don't get a tip.
Or saving their vacations not a tip line, No there is.
I gave him my tip line.

Speaker 3 (20:54):
And as Amy said, now she may not have understood
even what Venmo was. Oh, she come on, you're not
out of reward. Though, you're not out a reward. You're
not out of reward. So it was less there's a
Wild West poster on the wall reward for this much
or a dog.

Speaker 2 (21:09):
You're not owed a reward.

Speaker 3 (21:11):
It's simply if somebody goes, I would like to give
you this based on what you did.

Speaker 2 (21:16):
For me that you like to do, but you don't
have to.

Speaker 4 (21:19):
It was almost a tell me something good we had
a chance for like we read these stories about the
I told you have wanted a hundred Bucks, saved their
entire vacation.

Speaker 5 (21:29):
You just dropped it and you picked it up.

Speaker 2 (21:31):
We were still there, you know. He would track them down.

Speaker 4 (21:36):
They had no idea.

Speaker 2 (21:36):
What. I'm glad you did it.

Speaker 4 (21:38):
He would have had no idea. Here's what would have happened.
He would have parked the car, got on the shuttle,
gone to security. I'm gonna tell you, but you would
have gotten the security and be like, oh, my wallet.
He would have thought, oh, it's back in the car.
So he got back on the shuttle, gone back to
the car, and it wouldn't have been in the car,
and he would have had no idea where he lost.

Speaker 3 (21:57):
It, or he'd just retrace the steps and it had
been there. Still, if we're just creating the story, it
is to tell me something good. The old man got wallet. Yeah,
and hey, hey, and it didn't have cash. Hey, somebody
goes to the airport on a two week vacation with
no cash, ran ogre.

Speaker 4 (22:18):
Uh, they didn't have any cash.

Speaker 2 (22:19):
We couldn't prove it.

Speaker 4 (22:21):
I could prove it.

Speaker 2 (22:21):
I saw it exactly.

Speaker 3 (22:23):
If it didn't you, nobody could have taken it and
not come with this whole story evident.

Speaker 4 (22:28):
Because I said, oh, I know you don't have cash.

Speaker 2 (22:31):
But maybe you're saying that because you already took it out.

Speaker 4 (22:35):
No, didn't do that.

Speaker 2 (22:37):
I don't think you're owe a reward good job though.

Speaker 3 (22:39):
I think the reward is that you help somebody because
people have helped you in the past, and hopefully somebody
will help you again at some point.

Speaker 2 (22:44):
Boom. That's the reward, man.

Speaker 4 (22:46):
And we always read these stories about people. Oh and
then they get the reward. They meet up and they
have a good reunion.

Speaker 2 (22:51):
Nothing, so you're still waiting for the reunion.

Speaker 4 (22:53):
I mean anything, you know, like, oh, you saved my
other life.

Speaker 2 (22:57):
Dinner, Like, what do you want anything?

Speaker 3 (22:59):
One hundred dollars? If he wants one hundred dollars, that
to him is what he feels is appropriate. I hope
they're living it up wherever they were going. Me too,
I hope they're living it up wherever they were going.
They're doing it because you did a nice deed and
people have done nice deeds for you, and we like that,
and do nice deeds for somebody if you can't. It
cost you nothing to do a nice deed, correct, man,

It cost me time.

Speaker 6 (23:21):
Why do I feel like we're talking to a child
and not a forty three year old man.

Speaker 3 (23:26):
The question is the top ten things Americans regret buying.
We're going to play the Bobby Feud. A new poll
last five thousand americans if they've ever regretted buying certain things.
Now it looked at categories instead of specific products.

Speaker 2 (23:42):
These are the top things that Americans.

Speaker 3 (23:46):
I've had buyers remorse with. Okay, regretted buying lunchbox. You're
up first. Ten answers on the board. What do Americans
regret spending so much money on?

Speaker 2 (23:57):
Go ahead?

Speaker 4 (23:58):
Workout equipment like a treadmill?

Speaker 2 (24:01):
It that's a good way.

Speaker 3 (24:03):
Show me fitness equipment that is your number six answer.
Ten percent of people because they never use it.

Speaker 4 (24:12):
Yeah, ah, okay, I don't even know if people buy
these things. Nah, they buy those things. Give me that
fancy car.

Speaker 2 (24:28):
That's good.

Speaker 4 (24:29):
Fancy car, a car, okay, show me a car.

Speaker 2 (24:34):
A vehicle is at number four.

Speaker 3 (24:36):
Okay, things Americans are spending their money on.

Speaker 2 (24:40):
You have a vehicle at four and fitness equipment at six.

Speaker 4 (24:44):
I don't even know how these things work, but I
see commercials for it all the time. If you regret
buying your time share, call me what it is.

Speaker 3 (24:54):
I would bet you the percentage of timeshare buyers that
regret it is extremely high.

Speaker 2 (24:58):
But I bet you there's not a lot of time
share buyers.

Speaker 4 (25:00):
I don't even know what that means.

Speaker 2 (25:02):
It's there's a place that's a house, right, there's a house.

Speaker 4 (25:04):
You buy a house.

Speaker 3 (25:05):
No, but you buy five days a year, like you
own like three percent of it. But you only own
like these five days a year that.

Speaker 4 (25:12):
You can go and use it. Oh like sharing? So okay,
so like you don't you don't buy with people, you know,
it's just like random people.

Speaker 3 (25:19):
It's not timeshare, by the way, but that is a
good one. I think most people probably I'll see their commercial.
Let's go over to Eddie Eddie. Five thousand Americans. We're asked,
what are they regret buying?

Speaker 2 (25:28):
This is a big one. A boat. Show me a boat.
I think probably not a lot of boat buyers. You're
probably right, there's boats.

Speaker 3 (25:39):
Most people don't buy boats.

Speaker 2 (25:42):
Amy produce what hilarious? I mean, that's finny.

Speaker 6 (25:49):
No, But sometimes that's how frustrated.

Speaker 9 (25:51):
Do you get?

Speaker 6 (25:52):
Sometimes you're like, oh, I can't believe that boss.

Speaker 5 (25:55):
Never ate it and it goes bad, and then you
regret buying.

Speaker 3 (25:59):
Not there, okay, I tried. We had time sharre and
let uce that was very interesting. I didn't think we
were going there all right, points are doubled. Lunchbox, all right.
The top ten things Americans regret spending their money on.

Speaker 2 (26:11):
Go ahead, whoos show me club one?

Speaker 3 (26:14):
Answer? Thirty four percent of us have bought an item
of clothing and regretted it almost instantly.

Speaker 4 (26:24):
Yeah. How many are left on the board?

Speaker 2 (26:26):
Only three are gone? You have seven left?

Speaker 3 (26:28):
You have close at one, a vehicle at four and
finished coman at six.

Speaker 4 (26:33):
Okay, house show me house wow.

Speaker 3 (26:39):
Number eight answer worth sixteen points.

Speaker 2 (26:41):
Wow, I don't regret that.

Speaker 3 (26:43):
Y one percent of people said they've made at least
one major purchase in the housing market through their life
they ended up regretting.

Speaker 2 (26:50):
Dang dang, dang.

Speaker 4 (26:51):
Yeah, all right, here we go. Are you ready for it?
Give me that stop, give me that stock tanks you
get in he goes kirk pluck. It's like, oh no, show.

Speaker 2 (27:06):
Me a cork plucking stock.

Speaker 3 (27:09):
Lunchbox has twenty eight points. He is dominating. Points are doubled.
Eddie over to you.

Speaker 2 (27:14):
I mean this isn't me.

Speaker 7 (27:15):
I'm just saying maybe some people would regret this, but nope, pet.

Speaker 3 (27:22):
Show me fluffy good, Yeah, thank you?

Speaker 2 (27:27):
Any points of double lottery tickets lottery tickets?

Speaker 4 (27:33):
Who regrets that.

Speaker 2 (27:35):
Well, when you lose, you lose.

Speaker 3 (27:37):
Lottery points are tripled. Lunchbox, you're the only person on
the board. You are the king Dingling of the feud today.

Speaker 4 (27:47):
Hopefully it's still another round. They're gonna catch me. Give
me that jewelry, show me jewelry.

Speaker 2 (27:55):
Wow, is even answered, king?

Speaker 12 (27:58):

Speaker 2 (27:58):
Whoa sorry?

Speaker 4 (28:01):
Jewelry? Yeah we got that.

Speaker 2 (28:04):
Yeah, yeah, he gets he gets it twice.

Speaker 3 (28:06):
Yeah close at one, A vehicle at four, fitness equipment
at six, jewelry at seven, a house at eight.

Speaker 2 (28:12):
Things Americans regret spending money on lunchbox.

Speaker 4 (28:16):
Furniture showing me furniture, but on a.

Speaker 2 (28:20):
Five, we can't catch him.

Speaker 12 (28:23):
Who oh, man?

Speaker 4 (28:27):
What else is there? What can you regret buying? Man, furniture?

Speaker 2 (28:31):
You can still catch him. We can't ride. Oh that's good,
go with that.

Speaker 4 (28:36):
I'm gonna sit though, man.

Speaker 8 (28:39):

Speaker 2 (28:39):
Top ten things.

Speaker 3 (28:40):
Americans regret spending their money on lunchbox tickets, tickets.

Speaker 4 (28:45):
Playing guys.

Speaker 3 (28:47):
I guess sorry, Eddie, you gotta get on the board.
If you run, there are four left. If you run
all four of these, you can win. He has sixty
four points, but points are tripled.

Speaker 7 (28:56):
Yeah, that's tough, man, I thought I've had some good ones,
and I didn't come close at all. So let's go
with electronics.

Speaker 3 (29:03):
Show me electronics number three, answer are worth nine points.

Speaker 2 (29:08):
Okay, okay, and I'm in trouble though.

Speaker 3 (29:11):
Three answers left. Americans are great spending their money on this.

Speaker 2 (29:14):
Ooh ooh ooh, this just came to me.

Speaker 4 (29:16):

Speaker 2 (29:17):
How about a gift card? Show me gift card number
two answer gifts twenty.

Speaker 3 (29:25):
Six percent of people I bought something for someone else
and wish they had gone another route.

Speaker 2 (29:28):
Oh my gosh, oh my gosh. I'm want to rule,
but I got nothing.

Speaker 3 (29:31):
Now there's only the nine and ten answer left. If
you get the ten, that's worth thirty. If you get
the nine that's worth twenty seven, and you have fifteen,
so you would win if you can get both of these.
Americans regret spending their money on blank. Number one is closed.
Number two is his gifts. Number three is electronics. Number four's vehicle,

Number five is furniture. Number six is fitness equipment. Number
seven is jewelry. Number eight's a house.

Speaker 2 (29:56):
What do Americans regret spending so much money on? I'm
gonna go with a riding lawnmower. Stupid, so stupid.

Speaker 3 (30:11):
A vacation No nine answer for twenty seven points is
a vacation?

Speaker 2 (30:16):
And can you get the number ten answer?

Speaker 3 (30:18):
Maybe I'm just thinking like you've already got second place.

Speaker 2 (30:26):
You can't win, okay, hair, what's on here?

Speaker 4 (30:33):

Speaker 5 (30:33):

Speaker 3 (30:34):

Speaker 6 (30:35):
I was thinking though, I just asked me, what do
you and I what?

Speaker 2 (30:40):
What do you regret?

Speaker 3 (30:42):
Money being spent on wedding adding that's so good the
tenth wedding day?

Speaker 5 (30:50):
All right?

Speaker 3 (30:51):
Are what dumbest answer ever in this game?

Speaker 2 (30:56):
Hey, good job Lunchbox?

Speaker 3 (30:59):
All right?

Speaker 2 (30:59):
This is from Blake. Go ahead.

Speaker 6 (31:00):
You know.

Speaker 2 (31:01):
I was wondering if we could get an.

Speaker 3 (31:02):
Update on Amy and Lunchboxes lurpies over the vacation.

Speaker 2 (31:07):
Did they heal up? Had they gotten worse?

Speaker 4 (31:09):
What's going on?

Speaker 2 (31:10):
Love the show? Thank you Blake.

Speaker 3 (31:12):
So they had these bumps, both of them on their legs,
and I thought there were leg herpes if I were
diagnosing them, that's but it was where they.

Speaker 2 (31:18):
Both had them.

Speaker 6 (31:20):
Yeah, it was odd, like I was like, what what
what My legs except for mine was down by my
foot area like my ankle, and his was on his hip.

Speaker 2 (31:32):
That makes more sense, cam, I saying Indian wrestling. Do
you know what that is?

Speaker 5 (31:35):

Speaker 3 (31:36):
When you put your land on your bag and put
your two legs up and then you're like, are wrestling
both your legs?

Speaker 5 (31:40):
Oh okay, well yeah that makes sense.

Speaker 3 (31:41):
No idea if that's even allowed to be said. But
it's not insulting.

Speaker 6 (31:46):
It's just would you say, like, can you say criss cross?

Speaker 4 (31:50):

Speaker 2 (31:51):
I don't insulting.

Speaker 5 (31:52):
Okay, I don't know either right now, I don't even
know what it's called that.

Speaker 2 (31:56):
Interesting? Interesting? Yeah, well then you wouldn't get it.

Speaker 3 (32:00):
You lay on your back and you go one left
to like two three, and then you take like your
right leg and like their left leg, and you put
them against each other and you push to so you
can turn the person over first if that for some
reason is not acceptable, And.

Speaker 4 (32:16):
It's called Indian leg wrestling, not just Indian wrestling. Found it, Yeah,
because I used to do that. I was like, what
does he say it? But they call it Indian legs,
not any sort of slur. No, it has roots deeply
embedded in Indian culture and history.

Speaker 2 (32:28):
I'm pro. I'm pro American Indians.

Speaker 4 (32:30):
That's cool.

Speaker 3 (32:30):
Yeah, cool, dodge a bullet there. Also, I wonder if
that's a slur.

Speaker 2 (32:36):
Everything we say. Now look it up. Oh god, where
did this come from?

Speaker 3 (32:39):

Speaker 2 (32:40):
Yeah, anyway, I thought you were Indian leg wrestling.

Speaker 3 (32:42):
You haven't. I'm all heeled up, though you are. I
saw the bumps, they're a little bit is it's moving
up towards the midsection?

Speaker 4 (32:49):
No, but then also the other the second pair of
bumps where it hurts when I get hit my hip
like I thought it was shingles. Still bother me?

Speaker 3 (32:56):
Uh? Indian wrestling on Urban Dictionary wrestling on which two
people lie side by side on their backs in reverse position,
locking their near arms, that raising their corresponding legs, and
attempt to fortune force each other's leg down and turn
the other wrestler face down. Put in an Indian wrestle all conference.
Why don't you guys do this? Like, oh, that's Webster.
Oh I don't even go to Webster. I go to

our dictionary for everything. But well, why would you Indian
wrestle so we could pay it, homa, I don't.

Speaker 4 (33:22):
My friend Warren her dad owl, her sip down owl
was the one that introduces it into Indian leg wrestling.

Speaker 2 (33:28):
Okay, that's what weird. You guys do that? No? No,
He's like, I'll do that with you.

Speaker 4 (33:33):
Yeah, he was the worst one that showed me in
the leg wrestling.

Speaker 2 (33:37):
Well, it had to be an adult that showed me too.
I just don't know which uncle that.

Speaker 5 (33:40):
Will have to be an adult.

Speaker 2 (33:41):
It was definitely an uncle. It's always an uncle.

Speaker 12 (33:50):
Pile of stories.

Speaker 6 (33:52):
Food purses are summer's hottest accessory now.

Speaker 3 (33:55):
Is that using real food as a purse or a
purse that is leather or plastic that looks like food.

Speaker 6 (34:02):
So it's a purse that looks like food, like ash.
There's some that are even partnering with brands like Heinz Ketchup.
That type of purse is an option that looks like
a Ketchup bag and then the stream looks like a
squiggly line of Ketchup.

Speaker 3 (34:14):
You know. It's a fine line between like kookie and
goofy and cool, and that fine line is having a brand,
like a designer brand put their name on it.

Speaker 6 (34:23):
There's also a bottle of tombs available, the frozen cocktail glass,
a berry basket bag, sparkly watermelon purse, cherry pie like.

Speaker 5 (34:32):
They're all kinds of purses available and in trends too.
I saw that socks with sandals are now a thing.

Speaker 2 (34:40):
Never not been a thing with me.

Speaker 3 (34:41):
Oh god, it's not good, dude, Mostly because if I
have calluses or blisters on my feet, I like to
have socks.

Speaker 2 (34:48):
But I also like to wear sandals.

Speaker 3 (34:50):
So it's not that I'm combining them for any reason
other than comfort. But saus with sandals, let's go, especially
black socks with sandals.

Speaker 2 (34:58):
Rockin. You're the guy, all right.

Speaker 5 (35:00):
So there's a lot of concerns about deep.

Speaker 6 (35:02):
Fakes out there in AI generated images audio video, especially
with the election you're that's going on. So I have
what experts say will give you a clue that it's
not real.

Speaker 3 (35:13):
Okay, I would say Biden wrapping sounding like Drake not real. Yes,
I would say Trump or a British accent not real.
It's still kind of you can still kind of tell.
There's a couple that are good, like the Tom Cruise
guy is good on TikTok. But mostly if it's still
AI generator for the most part, there's like tiny little
ways you can still see it.

Speaker 6 (35:34):
Well. They say, look for oddness around the mouth or
chin like zoom in and really look for that. Pay
attention to ever strange structure or speech. Also look for
extra fingers, hands or limbs.

Speaker 2 (35:46):
That extra finger will get you.

Speaker 3 (35:47):
I put my picture in no I described because I
have this app called like Remony or something, And what
you do is you describe whatever you want and they
create a picture and like do you want to use you?
And yeah, and so I have a picture of me
and I'm holding a baby, but have like nine fingers
on one hand. Really bizarre because it just makes like
twenty pictures of you as a police officer, as a and.

Speaker 2 (36:08):
One of them I think maybe as a surgeon.

Speaker 3 (36:10):
But I'm holding a baby and it's got I've been
nine fingers on one hand.

Speaker 2 (36:14):

Speaker 5 (36:15):
Yeah. Wait, what's this app called?

Speaker 3 (36:17):
You don't want it? Why it's out for you? Which
is that what you need to put an nine fingers
things their dating profile? Hi, I'm Amy. Oh one of
those AI generated. She's got a nose coming out of
her neck. Doesn't realize it, don't worry about it. Okay,
I'll shaw the picture. It's creepy though. All right, what
else you got?

Speaker 5 (36:31):
If you could have something named after you, like besides.

Speaker 3 (36:33):
The show the Razor Baking football stadium, Oh that'd be cool,
but I don't want to die.

Speaker 2 (36:38):
And I also don't want to have to give two
hundred million dollars or whatever.

Speaker 6 (36:40):
You Yeah, because Luke Bryan, he now has his own
hospital wing. He and his family, they are proud financial
backers of the new wing at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee.
Would shout out. Spent a lot of time there with
my dad, and Luke said, yeah, our children were born there.
They've been in the emergency room more times than they
can count, so it made sense to be a.

Speaker 2 (37:00):
Part of that.

Speaker 6 (37:01):
And they just love the team there, and so it's
really cool. Also they have their Brett Boyer family and foundation.
So just the way that they're giving back and now
it's got his own wing.

Speaker 2 (37:10):
Pretty unselfish with them.

Speaker 6 (37:11):

Speaker 2 (37:11):
I think of football. He thinks of helping people out
at the hospital. I says a lot about each of us.

Speaker 5 (37:15):
All Right, good job, I'm Amy.

Speaker 9 (37:17):
That's my file.

Speaker 12 (37:18):
That was Amy's pile of stores. It's time for the
good news.

Speaker 2 (37:22):
Producer Ready.

Speaker 7 (37:24):
Mike Burton. He's at Myrtle Beach with his family vacationing.
He's in the water. He gets caught in a rip current.
It flips him over. He drowns. He goes unconscious and
his family sees him on the beach says, oh my gosh,
somebody help him.

Speaker 2 (37:38):
A family is nearby. They grab him, dragon to the beach.

Speaker 7 (37:41):
Lucky for Mike, there are four strangers on the beach
that can help immediately, two doctors, two nurses. They go
into action, CPR, call a helicopter. He goes to the hospital.
He's on life support. You know what that was a
week ago, and now Mike he has relearned to walk.
He's ready to celebrate his twenty seventh the wedding anniversary,
and he's back at work.

Speaker 3 (38:00):
So who were these doctors and nurses? Do they all
know each other? Were they from the same hospital? Same doctors?
Authors shop with a cop and all of a sudden
the store that you don't know they're together.

Speaker 7 (38:11):
Don't know they were together. But Mike has no idea
who they are and wishes he could meet them.

Speaker 2 (38:16):
Where is this again? This is a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina?

Speaker 3 (38:19):
If you were in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, because our
show was on there?

Speaker 2 (38:22):
When was that?

Speaker 4 (38:23):
What days?

Speaker 2 (38:23):
All's happened? Okay?

Speaker 3 (38:26):
And you saved someone's life with three other medical professionals,
call us because we'd like to do the reunification. That'd
be awesome, that would be cool. Good story. Have you
ever been to re Current?

Speaker 2 (38:38):
I have, but I just let it take me. Okay,
that's called a wave. No no no no no no no.
You get food hard. That's exactly what it is. Don't
fall for this. Let it take you, man, all right,
that's it. Thank you, That's what it's all about. That
was telling me something good. This is Kendra from Houston.

Speaker 12 (38:55):
I was calling.

Speaker 13 (38:56):
Because I was listening to an episode from December first,
twenty two. Amy was talking about how she has to
put in applications for getting a new winning song and
you guys kind of bypassed it. But it was hilarious
and that was a big deal from back in the day.
But I don't want to see if anybody else now
wanted to change their winning song or whatever. But anyways,
yees love the show.

Speaker 3 (39:16):
For the people that are listening on the radio live
or streaming live. You get to hear the music and
we play. For example, if I win something, this is
my winning song right here.

Speaker 12 (39:26):
Y'are believable.

Speaker 3 (39:28):
If Amy win something, this is her winning song right here.

Speaker 2 (39:33):
We take these songs we like. Now, if you're on
the podcast, you don't get to hear it because we'll
go to jail.

Speaker 3 (39:36):
We can't put any music up on the podcast. But Amy,
your winning song has been that before that, what was it?
I don't think we let you change because anyone to
do so you every week I did.

Speaker 5 (39:45):
I did change that.

Speaker 2 (39:47):
I want today to be Taylor Swift.

Speaker 6 (39:49):
Yeah it is juicy, Jessy, there was a juicy song.

Speaker 2 (39:55):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, years ago.

Speaker 5 (39:57):
And then I positioned the Lizzo one.

Speaker 2 (39:59):
Here's lunch by all I do iss. Here's Eddies, it's
actually eddies. Here's Morgan's.

Speaker 3 (40:14):
Ray happens to get in a game and win, which
rarely does he get in even rare does he win this.

Speaker 2 (40:19):
I'm on a boat. I'm on a boat our us.
Ray looked at me like, I don't have a song ready.

Speaker 3 (40:28):
But if we sang our own winning songs the podcast
people could hear them, it'd be terrible.

Speaker 2 (40:33):
Let's do the morning Corner. Here we go.

Speaker 4 (40:37):
The morning Corny.

Speaker 5 (40:39):
How does the moon get clean meteor showers?

Speaker 2 (40:47):
That was the Morning Corny.

Speaker 3 (40:51):
So Dan and Shay Dan's wife Abby, Abby and Dan
have a dog. Dog has cancer and they've been talking
about kind of the need to make sure that this
dog live. They love this dog. We're close with Abby
and Dan. They are very involved in a dog charity
that we're also involved in, but not near as much
as they are. It's like their life. They love these dogs.

So the story was that they have this dog, they
take it to the vet. They're like, something's wrong, and
the vet was like, nope, it's all good, send the
dog back, and I was like, I don't know. So
she goes to doctor Josie. Doctor Josie does a podcast
called In the Vet's Office. Doctor Josie was like, no, no,
this dog has cancer. That's how they found out they

do all get cancer. The first vet apparently, I was like, no,
I think. So here is doctor Josie talking about they
took a sample from the dog after they'd already went
to one doctor.

Speaker 14 (41:44):
Here you go so and looking under the microscope, it
was a lot of red blood cells and then there
was some a couple questionable cells where I was like,
m I think we should have the patholo just look
at this.

Speaker 5 (41:55):
Yeah, So then he.

Speaker 14 (41:55):
Sent it off to the pathologists.

Speaker 8 (41:57):
Yes, and then it unfortunately came back with what is
indicative of sarcoma, and.

Speaker 2 (42:03):
That's Abby on with her.

Speaker 3 (42:04):
They talk about this on the latest episode of In
the Vets Office.

Speaker 2 (42:10):
Doctors are human.

Speaker 3 (42:11):
I have to remind myself that sometimes doctors vets and
I really do have to remind myself that because I
just feel like they are a lowercase g God and
they are all knowing and they're doctors, so I must
just trust them, and I do and we have to.

Speaker 2 (42:26):
But I would just be like, Okay, doctor cleared it.
I guess it's all good.

Speaker 6 (42:29):
Yeah, I guess it's just just a good reminder to
get second opinion.

Speaker 2 (42:33):
Humans are regardless.

Speaker 3 (42:34):
Humans don't always do the right thing, to always make
the right decision and not they're not done a purpose.
But have they not gone to a different doctor, they
would have never known the dog had cancer, which is crazy.
So Abby s Myers is on in the Vets Office
with doctor Josie. That would be in said up a
doctor tups. I'm just believing it. I'm not going I've
never done a second opinion. I just believe everything my

doctor have ever told me.

Speaker 6 (42:57):
Yeah, I mean, I don't think I've had anything serious
enough to where I need to get a second opinion.

Speaker 2 (43:00):
But or have you and the doctor told you it
wasn't serious.

Speaker 5 (43:05):
Well, then we don't know yet what is inside of him? No,
just a good, good reminder.

Speaker 3 (43:12):
Abby Smeyers talks about Dan and they have a dog
named Ghost and it was a foster dog.

Speaker 2 (43:18):
They had foster. They foster all kinds of dogs.

Speaker 3 (43:20):
There was a foster dog and they had Ghost and
they bought Ghosts of Tuxedo to be in their wedding photos.

Speaker 2 (43:27):
Here's the story.

Speaker 8 (43:27):
His whole neck and chest were gray even though he
was an all white dog because he had been chained outside.
I said, okay, we'll take him and we'll figure it
out with the wedding. Dan was in charge of getting
their outfits for the wedding. Their outfits showed up in
the mail and there was a dress for Joy and
two tuxedos. I was like, Dan, did you get Ghost
of Tuxedo And he said yes, I did. I said, okay,

Wolf Ghost is in our wedding photos, then we're obviously
keeping him.

Speaker 5 (43:52):
Yeah, that was percent my plan.

Speaker 3 (43:55):
So that it is the end of the first half
of the podcast. That is the end of the first
half of the podcast. That is the end of the
first half of the podcast. You can go to podcast
two or you can wait till podcast two comes out.
Thank you all This is me letting you know because
of all the messages that this is the end of

the first half of the podcast. Thank you all right,
This is the end of the first half of the podcast.
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