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July 10, 2024 43 mins

Find out the disgusting thing Lunchbox found in his hotel bed and what the hotel did to make up for it. Plus, we check in with Amy and Lunchbox on how their mysterious leg rashes are doing and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Wake up, Wake up in the mall and it's turning
radio and the Dodgors keeps on time.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
Already in lunchbox. More get to google. Steve Bread I
trying to put.

Speaker 3 (00:16):
You through the fog.

Speaker 2 (00:17):
He's running this week's next bit. The Bobby's on the box,
so you know what this.

Speaker 1 (00:27):
The Bobby ball.

Speaker 2 (00:30):
This United flight loses losing it loses this landing gear.
I hate to fly. It makes me nervous talking about
the story. I'm scared to fly. I don't understand flying.
I don't see how that thing that's all metal gets
up there and stays up there. I'm not supposed to
see though, right Like, I just get on and go.
But that doesn't mean I know. I'm a control freak.
And you know what, I should trust those pilots in
that plane way more than I should trust me driving

a car because I think I'm a good driver. But
there a lot of other idiots too. I'm talking to
myself and it're not going crazy right now?

Speaker 1 (00:58):
Right? And you and you you appreci she had physics.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
I do. That's how I don't understand how the thing.
If let's let the engines go out and they glide
because Amy's ex husband was a pilot and he had
a he called it like a safety landing.

Speaker 1 (01:10):
Or something, a controlled landing.

Speaker 2 (01:12):
He crashed the plane died on him.

Speaker 1 (01:14):
Well, the propeller departed the aircraft.

Speaker 2 (01:16):
As he put it, he found a body of water
and safety landed.

Speaker 4 (01:21):

Speaker 5 (01:21):
He had a controlled land crashed the water in the
middle of like the Adirondack Mountains or something.

Speaker 2 (01:28):
It was. It was.

Speaker 1 (01:29):
It was crazy.

Speaker 2 (01:30):
And he comes to me after the show. She was
married Dan at the time, which, by the way, I
still like him. There's no yeah, I'm just telling the
story because I still like that.

Speaker 5 (01:37):
I mean I got a phone call him, like, yeah,
he was. He was him and another guy in the plane.
They survived just some scratches, but that the scratches were
even from swimming to shore and climbing up was like
no humans had ever even been in this body of water.
And then a black Hawk helicopter had to come and
like throw a rope down and he had to like
use his phone or something like the sun to show

the helicopter where he was to refrac.

Speaker 2 (02:01):
Like crazy, And he comes to me after the show
and goes, hey, gonna say his name, Yeah, Ben Okay ay,
no not Yeah, and he goes bene airplane crash. What
Oh it's all good? What he his his money's blue,
but he's all good.

Speaker 5 (02:19):
What well the blues from the gasoline, the gas when
the color it when they Yeah, so like an airplane
when it goes in the water, that way they know
where to clean it up and where it's spilled.

Speaker 2 (02:29):
Oh like gas fuel is blue? Well dying the water? Interesting?

Speaker 1 (02:33):

Speaker 2 (02:33):
Yeah. So anyway, I don't like airplanes, bottom line. And
this flight, a United flight out of California, lost a
land The whole landing gear, tire will fell off, fell
off as it took off. So and the question is,
what's the protocol? Are you telling me immediately as a
as a passenger?

Speaker 6 (02:50):
That's what I say.

Speaker 3 (02:52):
I don't want to know.

Speaker 1 (02:53):
Yeah, I don't either.

Speaker 2 (02:54):
I don't need to know. It's gonna do me no
good to know because I'm gonna start making calls immediately
before my three G, five K whatever it is gets out.
This is it. I just want to tell you I
love you. Oh, this is it. Everybody's gonna be doing that,
but they got to tell you before they land, right, Yeah,
They're probably like, hey, we've had some issues with landing gears.
Maybe a little bumpy. Yeah, that's information that everybody doesn't

need to know, especially if they think they can handle it,
which they did. They continued on, they landed. The landing
gear has other little pieces and that was fine. But
there were one hundred and seventy four passengers and seven
crew members and they landed. And those pilots deserve the
metal of flying. I don't know if that's a thing
they need it, I would make it if I were
the president. It's like, solely when he landed that plan

on the water, crazy, It's like that dude, and listening
to him in interviews, he was like, you know, I
just trained so much he.

Speaker 1 (03:46):
Also was a was he navel or Air Force pilot?

Speaker 2 (03:49):
Something so much that I just didn't I didn't freak
out because it was almost like muscle memory kicked in.
He was like, I don't think I did anything heroic,
but I I had just been so trained for this
that when it happened, it kind of just took me over.

Speaker 5 (04:06):
Well. Yeah, And the crazy part is though they don't
actually they can train takeoffs and landings all the time,
but training for water is a simulation the river.

Speaker 2 (04:15):
Yeah. Good, guys.

Speaker 5 (04:17):
But it's like those simulators, like I think about those
race car movies where the simulators they play in the
video game and then they go out and actually race
a car.

Speaker 1 (04:27):
Like it's it's kind of like that.

Speaker 2 (04:29):
You just practice so much that one guy in that
one movie got good training. Oh yeah, I never saw that.
Maybe we should do that on Tuesday Reviewesday and if
you really like it, tell me again, Okay, because I'm
almost done. Let me tell you this. I don't want
to give it a spoiler for Tuesday Reviewesday. When it
comes up, there's the show. It might be one of
the top five greatest shows I've ever seen in my
whole life this year.

Speaker 1 (04:48):
Well, now we have to wait a week.

Speaker 2 (04:50):
It's not gonna be even over that I know. But
I'm not even rebusing it yet. Tuesday reviewsing it. But
it's on Apple. It's six episodes in I think of
eight or nine, and it's called and It's Presumed Innocent
with Jake, Jillenhall, Mike are you watching it? It?

Speaker 4 (05:05):

Speaker 2 (05:06):
Makes me feel so uncomfortable at first, and you constantly
have this uncomfortab feel. I don't want to spoil anything. Also,
I don't know what happens. Because we're six in. It's
a plus. Now it could totally fall off, but right
now it's a plus. I'm not giving an official rating
a Tuesday Reviews Day because it's not done. What's it
called again? Would you say it's excellent so far? Oh?

Speaker 3 (05:28):
Yes, the new episode comes out today.

Speaker 2 (05:30):
I can't watch it. Last night. Oh really, I've not watched.
It came out of like nine pm. We sometimes will
go we were looking for the new season of Calling
from Accounts hilarious and it's they made it, but it's
not in America yet, so we're looking for that and
I'm like, let's just go see if that if it's
out early that episode, because we love it and it
was up. We watched it was awesomes.

Speaker 1 (05:50):
Did they do that? They just kind of throw it up.

Speaker 2 (05:52):
The night before I told Caitlin, I said, I made
a couple of calls that Virginia governor signs an executive
order banning phones and classrooms. Amy thoughts, Yeah.

Speaker 1 (06:05):
I know, I think it's great. I'm for this.

Speaker 5 (06:07):
Sometimes I, as a parent, text my daughter during the
school day because I need information, and then when she
texts me.

Speaker 1 (06:13):
Back right away, I'm like what are you doing.

Speaker 2 (06:15):
She's a trap.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
Mean, yeah, I know.

Speaker 5 (06:18):
I agree as a parent, I should not do that,
and or I should know. I know her lunch hour
and that's when I should reach out, but also notes
and we're sort of texting all day, and then at
the end.

Speaker 1 (06:27):
Of the day, I'm like, why was she able to
text me all day? She should be in class, So
you should wait.

Speaker 2 (06:31):
A minute, like play it cool, like you're gonna be
dating first day.

Speaker 5 (06:35):
First of all, I need to stop and only communicate
with her in proper hours. But I think for teachers
and students, this is such a great thing.

Speaker 2 (06:43):
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin put an executive order in place
yesterday to eliminate cell phone use in public schools. Not
as simple as it sounds, as the order instructs the
state Department of Education to come up with guidance for
how to establish what the governor calls cell phone free education.
The state is putting half a million dollars toward the initiative,
gold districts or order to adopt new policies by January first.

That's from NBC News. You know, maybe they just they
can't take it in the actual classrooms, but they can
have it in the hallways. There's gonna be compromise. Yeah, yeah,
they haven't, or they go into a classroom they put
it in those bags. But then schools you have to
pay a bunch of money for those bags.

Speaker 5 (07:17):
And then every class you gotta go get your phone
out of the bag.

Speaker 2 (07:20):
That's okay though, Yeah, but yes, I agree, sticking to lockers.
That's it. Let's do the news bobbies stories in Scientific
News that is absolutely true. Apparently there's a barrier around
the earth protecting us some aliens. Really this and again

Science News, that's absolutely true.

Speaker 1 (07:45):
What happens they come in and they get shocked.

Speaker 2 (07:47):
Or oh yeah, like the blue light for flies, the
dog collar. This revelation apparently comes from multiple aliens who've
personally shared the information with a very special group of humans,
begging the question of how are they able to get
to the humans unless they have like the code dude
barrier down. That's when the Daily start just wanted to
I want to do some science. You know, Joe from

the oakres Boys passed away. I loved Joe. I had
spent a lot of time with them in the group,
and I was a massive fan at the Opry I
spent a lot of time with them. They came here
a couple of times and go on the road with them.

Speaker 1 (08:19):
Yeah, and I told with that, OK, boys.

Speaker 2 (08:20):
I didn't think of that. Once when we were in Austin,
I walked out and they were sitting on the couch
going in the country station in Austin, and I walked
back into two days like the freaking Oakredge Boys are
out there. And I remember they were like, huh huh. Who.
I was like, I know, that's the Ocre's boys out there.
First time I ever met him. It was super cool,
But yeah, Joe passed away. He had als. They play
a little Oakree Boys for you. My Grandma listened to

this all the time. This is totally Grandma and Florence
music for me. And that's Joe singer right there, the
high part that's me singing out. The best part was
the bass a boom boo man, and I laugh because
it's just so much joy. They boded my grandma on

their music and they were so super nice. He announced
earlier this year he was retiring for health reasons. He
didn't do the fiftieth anniversary tour. He authored eleven books,
including his upcoming memoir I See Myself, which is due
out this November from Variety. Rest in Peace, Joe loved them,
loved them and what it gives me good feelings because

you know, my grandma raised me for a lot of
my life and that was big to her. From the
University of Tennessee. Easy forgiveness is not good. Women who
forgive their men for little transgressions like coming home late
or forgetting this off at the grocery store and do
it a lot are hurting their relationships. It's better to
be somewhat hard on them. Researchers found that when a
woman easily forgives, he was six seven times more likely

to do it again because it didn't care.

Speaker 1 (09:54):
So, y'all are like children or dogs.

Speaker 2 (09:56):
Yeah, yeah, dumb, Well, it's just like it's humans. There
are precedents, there are boundaries, there are you know, in
our personal culture, there are things we expect of each
other and if it's not met, we should express happiness
or sadness. You know. But yeah, guys are idiots. So
but how long do we have to do that? Like?
Not that long?

Speaker 4 (10:16):

Speaker 2 (10:17):
Like a day is fine? I think me is he
one day to be not forgiven? And then forgive us.
I don't know, but usually I'm not forgiven. N I'll
do it right. Oh yeah, you prove I can do
it rights, so I deserve that though. A new research
study found that men who go to plays and museums
are healthier than men who don't go to plays in museums.
According to Daddy gathered from fifty thousand adults, health and

happiness and men is correlated with a variety of activities,
including arts, which could be a concert, which could be
a theater. I would assume know, if you can go
to like plays and a lot of concerts, like, you're
probably pretty healthy because you're not listen. I had jobs.
I was just too tired to go to concerts.

Speaker 5 (10:59):
I know, cultured things like that seem like I know,
it's it's a access.

Speaker 2 (11:03):
In times, like rich people wrote this article.

Speaker 1 (11:04):
But a lot of museums are free.

Speaker 2 (11:06):
And also if you're rich, you have better healthcare and
you're probably a doctor too, So you just look yourself
on the old X ray, all right, fix me? Yeah
that men, And there's I'm sure there's something to this.
I could probably even be a little more because I
think you relax at these things, which could help it stress.

Speaker 1 (11:22):
That's true.

Speaker 2 (11:23):
That from the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

Speaker 1 (11:26):
Nothing about really your favorite journal.

Speaker 2 (11:28):
Yeah yeah, read that every morning and then finally, this
may come as a surprise, but a hot drink can
cool you down. Did you know that?

Speaker 1 (11:36):
Well, I know that hot water freezes faster than cold.

Speaker 2 (11:39):
I don't know if that has nothing faster, but I know,
I don't know if that's the same thing. But okay, yeah.

Speaker 5 (11:44):
But I mean if if hot water freezes faster than
hot water, cooling you down faster kind of the same.
It has to do something with how vaporization has happening water.

Speaker 1 (11:55):
Let's see what happens here, okay, right, I'm talking about
it the freezer.

Speaker 2 (11:59):
Yeah, making a hot drink is a good idea on
a hot day when you're really hot and sweating, because
what happens is it's prevented from evaporating.

Speaker 1 (12:09):
Shut up, as it says, no exactly what she said.
I see you guys, listen.

Speaker 2 (12:13):
Because it goes in and it's hotter, it doesn't evaporate,
so it actually stays in you longer.

Speaker 1 (12:17):
What what's up?

Speaker 2 (12:19):
If you're in a human place, don't Yeah, I mean, really,
if you're in a desert. They say, drink something hot
if you're trapped in the desert. I'm so, I'm dying.
I'm dying. And does anyone have a cappuccino?

Speaker 5 (12:30):
And if you're really trying to freeze something, put it
in the freezer warmer than colder and it'll happen faster.

Speaker 7 (12:35):

Speaker 2 (12:35):
I took a half step back after laughing at it.

Speaker 5 (12:38):
I realized, don't know where I read that, But I
don't know everything me neither or none.

Speaker 2 (12:43):
This is the one thing that what you nailed it.
You nailed it. That's from Smith's Sony in the magazine.
All right, that's the news Bobby's story. I want to
go over and talk to Rachel, who's on the phone
right now. Hey, Rachel, appreciate you calling in. What's going on?

Speaker 8 (13:00):
Hey, Bobby, I had heard your story earlier about the
owner advocating for the dog who had cancer, and so
I just kind of wanted to.

Speaker 4 (13:08):
Tell my story.

Speaker 8 (13:08):
So I had found a lump about a year and
a half ago and went to a series of doctors
over a few months, and they were saying, you know,
you're young. I wouldn't worry about it. It seems like
it's just a cyst and I just had a doubt
feeling something was off. So I walked myself into a

radiology clinic and it turned out that I had an
aggressive form of breast cancer, but I caught it at
stage one, so I went through chemo and a series
of surgeries and just received a clear blood test. So
I just think it's really important that people, you know,
have the empowerment to advocate for themselves, because you know,

an opinion is not always necessarily the right way to go.

Speaker 2 (13:56):
I appreciate you sharing that. I'm sorry that's happened to you.
I have a lot of feelings here. I'm happy that
how it's progressed like I like that. But for those
that just hear this for the first time, we had
a clip from doctor Josie and she has a podcast
called in the Vet's Office with Doctor Josie, and she
was talking to Abby's Myers and Abby's Dan from Dan
and Shay's wife and Abby's dog. They took the dog

in and the Vet was like, no, I think it's okay,
it's good, and then she's like, I don't think so,
So I took it to a second doctor, which is
doctor Josie, and She's like, no, no, no, it has
cancer and they've been fighting cancer with his dog. But
my point was like I just trust if doctor says something,
I'm in okay co sign just because I just trust them.

But it's a great point with almost anything, like it's
okay to get a second opinion on something if it's
something that is extremely important or valuable, like your health.
And I think that's another great example from you, Rachel.
So I appreciate you calling and good luck with you know,
this journey to health, and I'm super happy that you
decided to go do that.

Speaker 7 (15:01):
Thank you.

Speaker 8 (15:02):
Thanks Bob.

Speaker 2 (15:03):
Yeah, I have a good day. Thank you. That podcast,
we want to check it out. It's called In the
Vets Office with Doctor Josie. She's a vet and she
has people bring their animals in, people that are famous.
It's a really good podcast and you learn a lot
about your animal as well. The fact that she found
the underwear they pulled on the belly of a dog
surgically and it ends up being not the underwear of
the wife of the guy, and that's how she found

out she was being cheated on. That's crazy. In the
Vet's Office with Doctor Josie. I want to go over
and talk to Shelley, who lives in Pennsylvania, because I
think somebody want a bunch of money, like a scratch off. Hey, Shelley, Hey, Hello, Hey,
thanks for calling. What's the deal here with this scratch off?

Speaker 4 (15:44):
My mother was on her well. First of all, she
went into work. She was a dental assistant, and that
morning she had got a bonus of fifty dollars, and
on her lunch hour, she went to a local store
and she brought a twenty dollar scratch off ticket and
she scratched it off and underneath the number that matched

it said mil yeah, and she was like and she
did it in her car and she was like, oh
my god, I think I want a million dollars. So
she took it undown spot store and she made the
past year and she said, I just think I want
a million dollars. And the cashier's like, well, you're did
of here, and I'll run it to the machine, Tranaiton machine,

and she's like, yes, you won you want a million
dollars and she's she was like, oh my god, Well
I have to call my husband. So she called my
dad and my dad's like, well, we have to look
it up and see what we need to do. And
she said, well, I have to get back to work.
She because she was on her lunch hour. So she
went back to work and her boss was like, what's
wrong with you? And she said, well, I just want

a million dollars on my lottery ticket. And she said, well,
he said, you need to get out of here and
go go take care of it. So she went home
and lone behold she did win.

Speaker 2 (17:02):
And what does she do with it? How much does
she get after everything was done?

Speaker 4 (17:08):
I believe it was seven and fifty thousand dollars and
then she got buying another eighty thousand dollars in January
at tax time. But what she did, my mother is
a very very giving person. She did take out I
believe it was twenty five thousand dollars for each grandchild
there were three of them. She invested it in college

funds for each one, and then something and like a
crewed interest each year. And then she had a party
for immediate family and each each member got and then
the lope of money in and she gave each couple
one hundred dollars worth of scratch off tickets.

Speaker 9 (17:50):
Anybody hit, she gave no not big no, you don't
get avite to that party like a second cousin. You
don't get at it. And it's a game show, like
it's not all going to be even in there. I
got different amounts of money. We're recording it all for content.
Everybody's gonna get something. But let's play the game who
loves Bobby the most? And then we do like trivia.

Speaker 2 (18:12):
But also if I hit the mill m ill, I'm
thinking something's up to somebody's pranking me. Or I want
an old sawmill a mill. Yeah, and now I gotta
pay for it.

Speaker 1 (18:21):
You have to be in the military.

Speaker 2 (18:23):
Or I was just drafted by a lottery Oh no,
oh no, Shelley. I appreciate you telling that story. That
is wild when you hear from somebody who it actually
affects their life and they actually win. I hope you
have a good day, Shelley.

Speaker 4 (18:34):
Thank you a good day.

Speaker 2 (18:37):
Yeah. You. By the way, we don't know the name
of the place, but I think when we're in Tucson
tomorrow evening, we'll be doing our podcast from some barbecue place.
Oh don't. They were like, we want you to go
to this place. They have a stage. I'm like, what's
the name of it, we don't know. Okay, what's the address?
We don't know. This is barbecue, but we're planning to
be at some barbecue place and Tucson tomorrow night because
we're gonna go shoot with the University of Arizona in

the afternoon at a barbecue plays at seven tomorrow night.
Yes not, he's not Chinese food again. Barbecue. Yes, we're
gonna be a barbecue place. Uh yeah, thanks for that.
Let me go over and talk to Aaron in North Carolina. Hey, Aaron,
you're on the Bobby Bone Show. What's going on?

Speaker 4 (19:18):

Speaker 7 (19:19):
So I had an inquiry slash request and maybe it's
something you cover on your Bobby cast, but not on
the show anymore. I'm not sure. I haven't had a
chance to get to listen and catch up on the podcast,
but I know you used to do like a Class
of the Year, so I believe the Class of twenty
eighteen you had enough in comer you wanted to get
his name out and recommended people start listening. And it

was lu Comb's and you had a couple other people
who weren't, you know, quite big names doing big tours
have mass followings, and that type of the thing like
no operay members or anything like that. Yeah, so I
was wondering, why do you stop doing it? Or if
you didn't and it's somewhere else where would we find them?
And if you're not, could you start doing it again?

Speaker 2 (20:03):
Great question. I appreciate you asking it like that. So
I just do it differently now what I would do
back in the day day I do this is the
class or whatever and five artists. But then I would
just kind of film myself stuck to five artists, and
it was hard to do other new artists stuff because
I don't have to do music stuff. They listen, They
pay us to come in, try to be compelling. We
love the music, at least the format of the music.

Some of the songs suck, but we love generally the
music in country music, and so it works. But they're
never like go and expose artists. But I love music
and love country music, so if I find someone, I
just go, hey, this is good. For example, yesterday on
the show, I was talking about this guy named Styles.
So I'll just do it many times throughout the year
when it feels like it instead of assigning a time

to it and then limiting myself to do it, if
that makes sense. It was just a modification. I didn't
want to be one stuck with only five or two
have to find five. I don't have five that I
really like.

Speaker 1 (20:58):
Yeah, yeah, in his perc I could got in my head,
my head.

Speaker 2 (21:04):
I didn't even know the rest of it.

Speaker 7 (21:05):

Speaker 2 (21:05):
I was walking on the.

Speaker 5 (21:08):
Which I think is funny because you're like, yeah, I'm
not talking about Harry Styles is just Styles. But then
I was reading more about him and like, his last
name is like her.

Speaker 2 (21:15):
Yeah, it's Hardy reversed his name.

Speaker 1 (21:17):
Yes, it's like Style.

Speaker 2 (21:19):
Sorry, it's just Styles. If true. Prepare yourself. It's to
be grossed out, but not in a way that you
don't want to listen to the show Lunchbox Skills on
vacation we all do last week wait the week off,
what happened.

Speaker 6 (21:30):
I went to Chicago, stayed at a hotel downtown right
there by Navy Peer everything. And we're staying three nights
at the hotel. So we wake up on day three,
so we've spent two nights there, and we're looking for
one of the kid's shoes and I kind of lift
up the sheets, you know, that one that hang over
the side of the bed and under the bed is.

Speaker 3 (21:53):
Not the shoe. It's a used condom. Used condom under
the bed.

Speaker 2 (22:04):
It's not good. So what do you do? Immediately?

Speaker 1 (22:07):

Speaker 2 (22:08):
Oh okay, And.

Speaker 6 (22:09):
My wife's like what And I'm like, you was calling
them my kids like what? Let me see what is that?

Speaker 3 (22:14):
What is that?

Speaker 1 (22:14):

Speaker 3 (22:15):
And I'm like, no, no, nope, nope, everybody away, everybody away.

Speaker 2 (22:20):
Okay. Then after your initial reaction.

Speaker 3 (22:24):
I go down to the front desk.

Speaker 2 (22:25):
You walk it and call Oh.

Speaker 3 (22:27):
No, no, there's no call.

Speaker 6 (22:28):
This is hey, let's get out of here, Like, I
don't want the kids climbing under the bed if I
have my back turned grabbing that thing.

Speaker 1 (22:33):
But do you take it with you to the.

Speaker 2 (22:36):
Like a little baby murden in your palm?

Speaker 6 (22:39):
I no, I don't have any plastic gloves to pick
it up.

Speaker 2 (22:41):
What do you say?

Speaker 6 (22:42):
And I go up to the front desk. Oh, what
can I do for you today, sir? And I'm like, oh, yeah,
I've been here.

Speaker 3 (22:47):
For two nights.

Speaker 2 (22:48):
Is this the same tone? Like, recreate the tone?

Speaker 6 (22:49):
And I said, yeah, we got kind of a problem.
She's like, oh, what is that? I said, Well, I
was looking for one of the kid's shoes. This morning
under the and I look under the bed and there
is a used condom under my bed.

Speaker 2 (23:02):
What her eyes do? Oh?

Speaker 3 (23:04):
I am so sorry about that.

Speaker 2 (23:05):
Sir starts typing, yeah, you know what room number are you?

Speaker 6 (23:09):
And you tell her the room number and she's like,
okay for twenty one okay, and then they describe it
please yeah, And I'm just like, I don't know if
you guys just didn't clean the room.

Speaker 2 (23:24):
So you're wanting them to go, We're sorry, we'll move
you and we'll give you free room.

Speaker 6 (23:30):
I'm expecting them to say, hey, you know what I mean,
We're gonna cump your stay and move you to another room.

Speaker 3 (23:34):
All that.

Speaker 2 (23:35):
What did they end up giving you?

Speaker 6 (23:37):
She said, Well, if you'd like to leave the room,
I can send someone up to clean the room. And
if you want to go to our restaurant, we can
give you fifty dollars so you can enjoy a meal.

Speaker 1 (23:45):
No, I don't want to eat after that.

Speaker 2 (23:48):
Did you feel that was enough?

Speaker 7 (23:49):

Speaker 2 (23:49):
What did you say that?

Speaker 6 (23:51):
I was like, I was like, that's it. She goes, well, yeah, sir,
I'm sorry. You know, sometimes when they're cleaning they miss things.

Speaker 2 (23:58):
Oh, that's it, that's it. That's not that's been a
cup a big miss. Yeah, it's a big miss, not
like a plastic cup. They didn't see behind like a
counter or something. Oh So in the end, what happened?
Did you move rooms?

Speaker 3 (24:08):
No? No, move rooms?

Speaker 2 (24:09):
Okay, I cleaned the room.

Speaker 6 (24:10):
Guy, We got fifty dollars in the restaurant.

Speaker 1 (24:13):
You settled for that.

Speaker 2 (24:14):
How I'm surprised you settled. Didn't throw a fit?

Speaker 3 (24:17):
Well, I got my kids with me, man, and my
wife's like, let's just go. Let's just go. We'll go,
you know, like, let's get.

Speaker 2 (24:21):
If she wasn't there, what are they good have done?

Speaker 1 (24:23):

Speaker 6 (24:23):
I would have been like, no, no, no, we're moving rooms
and this is copp like, let's let this is ridiculous.

Speaker 3 (24:27):
You can't be a used condom under the.

Speaker 2 (24:32):
Bed, even unused in a wrapper. I'd have been like,
what else isn't clean? And how they didn't look under here?
And that's just weird how it felt weird about it.
And the rapper's okay though, no, but I'm just staying
it's trash left It's not okay, it's not okay, No,
it's trash left behind. I'd have been like, uh, what
else did they not see so that would have been weird.

Speaker 3 (24:51):
But I mean the bedroom, Yeah, the bed was made, like.

Speaker 1 (24:53):
I mean, they didn't move those sheets either. They changed
the sheet you.

Speaker 2 (24:57):
Know, if it was covering the use condom. You don't
think they they pulled the sheets off and they still
didn't see it under there with the sheets off. They
didn't change the sheets.

Speaker 3 (25:05):
Oh, don't tell me that.

Speaker 2 (25:07):
Think about that, because they had they they would have
seen the used condom. He did simply because the shoe moved.
This is.

Speaker 1 (25:15):
I would okay.

Speaker 5 (25:15):
I understand with having your kids getybody unpacked and not
wanting to switch the room. So okay, fine, yes, go
clean the room. But also I want I don't want
to pay for my stay like you, This is diseases.
This is not okay, not okay.

Speaker 10 (25:31):
Well, his kids, oh my gosh, could you imagine found
it and not one of the kids like like like
putting his hand in.

Speaker 2 (25:43):
So what did you learn from this? And what can
we take from this? When you listen?

Speaker 6 (25:47):
Man, I'm not one of these like germophobes, but when
you go into a hotel room, check onunder the bed
first thing, see if anything's left behind.

Speaker 3 (25:54):
You gotta check under the bed. Now on.

Speaker 2 (25:56):
I think that just shows that didn't clean the sheets either,
because if you saw it, if you aw it just
from moving his shoe right there, they would have seen
it had they moved the sheet at all. That is
so gross. That is so gross. Did you bring it in?
Show us?

Speaker 7 (26:09):

Speaker 1 (26:09):
Okay, where is it now? You threw it away?

Speaker 3 (26:12):
They went the room.

Speaker 2 (26:13):
I didn't didn't touch it. What do you have over there?

Speaker 1 (26:17):
So I have the five to one ratio.

Speaker 5 (26:18):
I don't know if you've ever heard about this, but
it's from doctor John Gottman, and he's he's a psychologist,
and this has actually been it's pretty popular and widely known,
but even I forget it sometimes and I came across it,
and it's this. It's talking about your relationship and it's
the key to making it work. And it's the five
to one ratio where no relationship is free from conflict

at all, Like we all fight, but you have to
have five positive interactions for every negative interaction.

Speaker 2 (26:46):
Or it loses me. Is when somebody goes, this is
the key to make something that's universal and way different
to a lot of people work. Well.

Speaker 5 (26:52):
This is it's an equation like saying, I mean there's
a lot of times where like if you if you think.

Speaker 2 (26:56):
That it's probably good, but it's not the key for
him to say did you say that? He says that
it's key.

Speaker 5 (27:03):
Ish, I've heard of this a lot, and I forget it,
and I'm like, oh, so, even in a romantic relationship,
or like even with any human in your life, if
you've got a negative interaction, five positive ones are gonna.

Speaker 2 (27:18):
I love it. I agree with that. Ish. Hard to
keep track, but right, and for some people it could
be three. If some people could be nine. I'm just
saying when people say things like this is the key
to blank, they lose me because I don't think they're
universal keys. Or when like vitamins or food or machines
are like this promotes blank, promotes means nothing, promotes means nothing.

There's no absolute association with the word promotes, like this
promotes good skincare promotes. I can't prove it doesn't. And
that's why you say it because if possibly it could
work and be an advantage to you if you do this,
but we're not sure. But if they said the word causes, that's, oh,
that's not good, but promotes Yeah, but this this is

one of.

Speaker 1 (28:00):
Those things like if you look at it like an
emotional bank.

Speaker 2 (28:04):
I get triggered by dumb things. Tell who do no, No,
I want any to do this story. I'm sorry. I
get triggered by dumb things when people say this is
the key to something, and I'm like no.

Speaker 5 (28:12):
If I've read it everywhere. This particular article that I
came across is in Forbes. I feel like you can trust.

Speaker 2 (28:17):
That I got money. Forbes called me the king of
country music. Well yeah, trust them. Then well there you go.
Isn't George st exactly? That's not good?

Speaker 5 (28:25):
And doctor Gottman like he's renowned so like. But the
thing that I struggle with is like a negative interaction.
They said, that's something like an eye roll is a
negative interaction?

Speaker 1 (28:35):
Like oh shoot, I roll my eyes all the time.
But here's the thing.

Speaker 5 (28:38):
If you have something negative, I'm going to share with
you some positives that you can do.

Speaker 1 (28:42):
Okay, you ready, you check that into this?

Speaker 2 (28:45):
I am into it. I shouldn't have been triggered so early.
I'm giving you space now to gain the bit back.

Speaker 5 (28:52):
Okay, show some appreciation in some way shape or form.

Speaker 1 (28:57):
Express love.

Speaker 2 (28:59):
This is soo.

Speaker 1 (29:02):
Share laughter.

Speaker 2 (29:03):
This promotes a healthy relationship.

Speaker 5 (29:06):
Your positive interaction might look different like you might not
likes quality time.

Speaker 2 (29:10):
You're saying this is the key. I'm not arguing with
any of that. They're saying this is the key, but
they're not even saying anything. There's no key.

Speaker 1 (29:17):
There's a key this they are.

Speaker 5 (29:18):
They're saying it's the five to one ratio that if
you have for every one negative interaction, you need five positives.

Speaker 2 (29:24):
I love it, generally speaking, but I don't think it's
the key. Bones is saying. All that they need to
say on that is that here's a good stuff you
can do to help your relationship boom.

Speaker 1 (29:31):
If you have something negative happen, and here's the ratio.

Speaker 2 (29:34):
You're obsessed this ratio. That's one ratio I know, and
it's and it's good. I stand by the fact that
it's good. It's not the key to anything. And some
people it's different. It could be seven to one to
one person. To me, it's I could be negative one
to one.

Speaker 1 (29:51):
Does this help if I say this way? On average
five to one is the ratio?

Speaker 2 (29:56):
This promotes a key to that way you're not committed any.

Speaker 5 (30:01):
Here are five ways to incorporate positivity in your relationship.

Speaker 2 (30:05):
Like I said, you know, we should do we should
start We should just hit the bit like we were
able to start it over and just try to give
a bit.

Speaker 1 (30:11):
Take out the word key and when you pay attention, no,
I got you.

Speaker 2 (30:16):
Okay, started over.

Speaker 1 (30:17):
Let's just pretend okay, okay.

Speaker 5 (30:21):
So a psychologist, doctor John Gottman, not sure if you've
heard of him, but he's a best selling author, renowned psychologist,
and he has this uh ratio. It's called the five
to one and it's for every negative interaction that happens,
you need to do five positive interactions to keep the
relationship flowing in a good like it way.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
In theory, that sounds like it works. Yeah the general population.
That's interesting.

Speaker 5 (30:46):
You are correct, yes, so.

Speaker 1 (30:50):
Let me tell you.

Speaker 5 (30:51):
Okay, this works because it creates a buffer of positivity
that helps couples navigate conflicts more effectively. Positive interactions is
showing appreciation, expressing love, sharing laughter, and offering support act
as deposits in the emotional bank account of the relationship.
So let's say maybe one of you doesn't eye roll,

one of you is passive aggressive, one of you is
sharing defensiveness of criticism. Well, you can take that negative
and deposit in five, and that'll help your relationship.

Speaker 1 (31:24):
Five positives, take the negative positive.

Speaker 2 (31:27):
Right, This is probably something that a lot of people
could use.

Speaker 1 (31:30):
I think it's an on average type thing. For some
people it might be seven.

Speaker 2 (31:34):
Oh, so everybody's different.

Speaker 1 (31:36):
You're saying everybody's a little different. Now, let me think. No,
some people are just a little more difficult.

Speaker 2 (31:42):
I don't understand what I would imagine a little more
specific with that.

Speaker 5 (31:45):
I go to go out on a limb here and
at your house, it might be the ratio's ten to one.

Speaker 2 (31:53):
I know I don't need that. I don't need ten positives.

Speaker 1 (31:56):
What do you need? Oh, yours is opposite? You need
five negative?

Speaker 2 (32:01):
A little bit straight? Yeah? Yeah yeah, if she does
something nice, she needs to hit me a few times. Yeah,
it's the opposite. I like it, and I like it's
pretty It's pretty good thing to live by.

Speaker 5 (32:12):
If you want more clarity around it. I know he's
written books, but you can also just google the five
to one ratio, and so much information will help up.
Because I do think that this could be helpful, a
helpful tool for people to just keep in their back pocket.

Speaker 2 (32:23):
I feel like a guy like this it is like
the kei toa like earth or some stuff. You know.

Speaker 5 (32:27):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (32:28):
I don't know that. I like the word key.

Speaker 2 (32:31):
Yeah, all right, thank you Emmy for sharing that.

Speaker 1 (32:33):

Speaker 2 (32:36):
This woman she's almost forty, which is crazy when like
real age adults do stupid stuff. She is in Arkansas
facing charges because she was visiting her son in juvie.
While she was there, she broke the glass out of
a cancer fundraising candy machine and stole stole from it.
Even if you take the cancer fundraising candy machine out,
she breaks in some stills. Okay, even if you take

that out. She's doing this at a prison, right, and
you wonder why her son's in JUNI but then I
feel bad for him, But then I feel bad for her, Like, well,
for sure was her environment? Yeah, keeps falling down the tree?
That a lot of all that. Yeah, woman was visiting
her son and she's facing misdemeanor charges after deputy say
she broke the glass out of a cancer fundraising candy
machine and stole.

Speaker 5 (33:16):
Goodness, I'm sure when you're breaking a new machine, it's
not like she stopped to readising.

Speaker 2 (33:22):
She just saw the money. Yeah, I hear you. However,
you're doing it in jail or some of all three
factors here.

Speaker 6 (33:27):
She was thinking screw cancer, so she broke it. Oh
then her no, no, no, she was mad at cancer like.

Speaker 2 (33:33):
So she's going to take the money away from that
makes no. That's from Kate eight k I T eight.
There's a Mega million's ticket worth more than one billion
dollars still on billion. Yeah, it says New Jersey Mega
Million's ticket worth more than one billion still unclaimed. Billion.
They're getting their stuff figured out. A billion. I don't know.
It's the ticket.

Speaker 3 (33:53):
You don't need anything figure from March.

Speaker 2 (33:55):
It's from it's not this week. A billion.

Speaker 3 (33:57):
You don't need to figure anything out.

Speaker 2 (33:58):
You're done.

Speaker 3 (33:59):
Oh my life is your set.

Speaker 2 (34:01):
New Jersey's second largest lottery jackpot has been has been
claimed at a loss, but a ticket at worth one
point three billion is unclaimed. Yeah. Okay, so first they
talk about the one that was claimed, but it's the
second one because the Mega millions and the power ball
are different, which I get confused on. The big power
Ball was claimed, but this one worth one point one

to three billion and the Mega millions is unclaimed. The
winning ticket was March twenty six, sold in Neptune, New Jersey.
Several other New Jersey ins won smaller prizes, but from
March the winner has yet to come through. If the
Mega million jackpot prize is not claimed within the required
time limit each participating state, we'll get back all the money.

ABC seven, New York Lunchbox.

Speaker 3 (34:46):
Thoughts, I just don't know what you're waiting on them
billion dollars.

Speaker 2 (34:49):
No, I think it's probably lost and they don't know.
They don't know from March three weeks ago. Okay, five
weeks ago. Maybe you're teetering on. You should have your
crab together. It Also, you can lose a ticket, like
you don't want to wait that long, you have five weeks.
You go in check the tick for somebody steals a ticket.
But March that ticket was thrown away. It probably as
soon as a boy if we lived in Jersey. Yeah,

would it be worth like just going to just look
for this ticket. Yes, Like I'm talking, go to dumps,
go to every trash, can't go to like knock on doors.
Get a lottery again. So what that is is the
dirty lottery, But you know it exists. Though you know
it's you also know someone's gonna get the money. So
if you're not already playing the lottery, why would you
go play the dirty lottery? But Jerseys are probably even worse.
Jersey's small man small compared to what other states. Yeah, yeah,

that's like going Rudy Gobert is small, okay, seven foot
compared to Whimby.

Speaker 6 (35:41):
But then you you can narrow it down to what
gas station it was sold.

Speaker 2 (35:45):
At and then trace it.

Speaker 3 (35:47):
You're on the you're in the perimeter. That's the dump.
You need to go.

Speaker 2 (35:50):
Say that word, not really know what it means.

Speaker 3 (35:53):
It's in the area.

Speaker 2 (35:56):
A perimeter. Okay, perimeter is the area that you're but
you don't know where it is. And the perimeter is
like a line not to cross. No, no, it's like
a boundary.

Speaker 3 (36:04):
Yeah, that's what I'm saying.

Speaker 6 (36:06):
If it's at that gas station, you go two blocks
this way, two blocks this way too.

Speaker 2 (36:09):
Now you're putting a boundary.

Speaker 3 (36:11):
Yeah, you're putting a perimeter, but you don't but.

Speaker 2 (36:13):
You don't know that. But no, no, I'm saying.

Speaker 6 (36:15):
I mean, typically you don't know a criminals in that perimeter,
but you set up a perimeter hoping that you caught them.

Speaker 2 (36:20):
But you only do that if it's very recent If
it happened like the last five to ten to twenty minutes,
because you can only get so far in twenty minutes.
This happened in March, the person could literally be on
the other side of the world. They could have lost
the job, moved somewhere right. They could have ate the
ticket and.

Speaker 3 (36:34):
Think about that.

Speaker 2 (36:35):
Oh no, that's in the sewer.

Speaker 3 (36:37):
Hey can you throw up what's inside your stomach? See
if they ate it.

Speaker 2 (36:41):
I just feel you go on social media, you start
telling everyone, Hey, search your wallets and I'll go to
your house. I'll help you look through your stuff. If
you bought a lottery ticket around this time. But if
if somebody else finds it it was theirs, you're not
getting any of the money.

Speaker 3 (36:51):
No, no way, Georgia fee.

Speaker 2 (36:52):
It's a little fee.

Speaker 3 (36:53):
It's ten million.

Speaker 2 (36:54):
They don't have to pay you.

Speaker 3 (36:55):
No, but that contract, we have a contract every door.

Speaker 2 (36:57):
Why would they agree to that if they buy a
lottery ticket in two If they did, they reminded of
it and they go look for it, they find it themselves.
Are not going to give you money.

Speaker 6 (37:05):
If they know if they if they're panicking like I
can't find it, and you knock on their door and
say hey, you're about to get one.

Speaker 2 (37:10):
They know they've lost it again. They got Okay, now you've
got to find the person that this is and you
have a content. It's going to be easy. And you say, right,
nothing is easy, but you say listen, story and crumbled
it up.

Speaker 6 (37:20):
You are going to pay me fifty million and I'll
find your lottery tickets.

Speaker 2 (37:24):
There's something there, b and you pay find the lottery
ticket and they haven't signed it. You have a billion.
You don't have to take fifty million.

Speaker 3 (37:31):
But if it's in their house, it's there.

Speaker 2 (37:32):
Yeah, you're gonna let somebody that's come randomly knocking on
your door in your house to search through everything you have.

Speaker 3 (37:37):
With a contract.

Speaker 6 (37:38):
Yes, contracts make everything good.

Speaker 2 (37:41):
It's a business man, it's a terrible business. Anyway. A
billion bucks still hasn't been discovered. That's so sad and
probably never will if and it's usually a year, right lunchbox.

Speaker 6 (37:52):
Yeah, it's like nine months maybe April May and James
lights it's four months.

Speaker 2 (37:57):
We've got time.

Speaker 3 (37:57):
Maybe here. I don't know the exactly how you go to.

Speaker 2 (37:59):
Jersey and started this start the business? Yes? What what cool?

Speaker 3 (38:04):

Speaker 2 (38:05):
What? Some states are one hundred and eighty days. Oh gosh,
what's New Jersey? Oh my god? More April, May June?
What is it? Okay? One year? One year? Okay, we
got time. People in New Jersey listen to those other
states have no patients. Yeah you got one hour. They
want that money back. Be in here one hour.

Speaker 6 (38:25):
Yeah, here's a problem going what the ticket was bought
at a liquor store.

Speaker 2 (38:31):
What's wrong with that? So much?

Speaker 3 (38:33):
Probably drunk?

Speaker 2 (38:34):
No, what's I wouldn't think most people going into a
liquor store or drunk. Sometimes some are. So you're drinking,
you're like, oh my gosh, we're out of vodka. Somebody say,
the most that go in are drunk.

Speaker 1 (38:44):
Oh man.

Speaker 3 (38:44):
So you start drinking and you have the lottery ticket
in your pocket.

Speaker 2 (38:47):
He loves creating scenarios. But see this is good though.
Lunchbox start hooking up with the ticket and there's a
hole in it. No, no, you're drunk, And then you're like,
I can still salvage it. But then you realize the
holes in the barcode.

Speaker 6 (39:02):
Or you're going out for a night. You know you're
going to party, so you put the lottery ticket in
your pocket and you go to the party and you're
You're like, man, where's my phone? You pull it out
of your pocket. You're so drunk you don't even notice
that the lottery ticket fell out. It sticks to the
bottom of your shoe. This felt like a wind story
picks it up and blows it.

Speaker 2 (39:19):
Nice. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Anyway, it's a billion dollars out there.
If you guys want to go search, knock out some doors.
And you were like, hey, I'm here to look for
a ticket and see people let you four feet in
New Jersey said they shoot you. Yeah, Bobby, show up today.

Speaker 6 (39:33):
This story comes from Selma, North Carolina. A resource officer
at a local middle school has been fired from her
job and maybe facing charges. Add she used her taser
on a teacher for fun. She's like, oh, just playing around,
So I shot the teacher and the teacher didn't get mad.
But they're like, you can't do that, and she goes, look,

I've done it on students before.

Speaker 2 (39:55):
Oh gosh, oh no, that's not what you say. Let's
take you lungs, you know, add more lumps, and.

Speaker 6 (40:02):
So now they're investigating if she really shot students, and
she could be facing charges.

Speaker 3 (40:08):
Thank you, I'm Lunchbox. That's your boat head story of
the day.

Speaker 2 (40:12):
We did a draft of the most annoying songs to
get stuck in your head. Ray Mundo drafted Fancy Like
from Walker Hayes, Macha Reina, and Party in the USA,
three songs that definitely get stuck in your head. Ray Mundo,
you're in last place. Oh, you got five percent of
the vote because I went after Walker Hayes.

Speaker 4 (40:32):
That's on me.

Speaker 2 (40:33):
You didn't go after him. That is a song that
gets stuck in your head. It was a shot, though
I never felt it was. Now you're declaring it was interesting.

Speaker 3 (40:40):
Yeah, we're weird.

Speaker 2 (40:41):
It was a shot, thenk yeah, No, I feel like
there's some great songs to get stuck in my head.
She will accept a shot, So Ray is out. Switch
it up here Lunchbox with tub thumping I Get knocked Down, which,
by the way, two parts of that song not only
is it I Get knocked down, but also in the
nod away and then also you drinks the whiskey drink

like all those yeah, all those are hooks. He had
called me maybe I just met you, and then he
had I'm gonna be which uh no, I will walk
five Yeah, so lunchbox. You're still in it. Oh yeah
for number one? You're silling for number one? Wow? Yeah?

Amy had Barbie Girl Bop and Nickelback photograph. I think
the photograph got you.

Speaker 3 (41:30):
Yeah, I Killed You A good.

Speaker 2 (41:31):
Song, but not really annoying in your head type song.
You know. Yeah, it's good though. Opening line, though, is
one of the most memorable. Maybe that should be a
drafted to most memorable opening lines from songs is look
at this photograph. I have a time of dude makes
me laugh? What is that on freaking Joey's head?

Speaker 7 (41:50):
I remember that?

Speaker 2 (41:51):
Yeah, that's a good one. Amy, you lost, you didn't
finished last but year out?

Speaker 1 (41:56):
Uh oh, I'm just out for number one?

Speaker 2 (41:57):
Yeah yeah yeah?

Speaker 1 (41:59):
Uh oh.

Speaker 2 (42:00):
Eddie, you had who Let the Dogs Out? Yes, let
it Go from Frozen and Whoop there it is. Oh
my gosh, I won, Eddie. You did not win.

Speaker 3 (42:13):
There's no way I didn't beat Morgan.

Speaker 2 (42:15):
Morgan had Baby Shark, which by the way, wasn't the
first overall pick.

Speaker 4 (42:19):

Speaker 2 (42:21):
Two, guys, I screwed up. I really did.

Speaker 6 (42:24):
I thought, I literally thought no one else would think
about that because I'm like, I'm only one of those kids.

Speaker 3 (42:28):
I'm like Eddie has kids, Amy has.

Speaker 2 (42:29):
We're gonna has a kid. That was a stupid strategy,
absolutely dumb strategy Friday by Rebecca Black and Gang Them style.
She won. Morgan won forty Yeah. The actual order was
Morgan forty seven percent, Eddie thirty six percent. I was close,
and then a complete drop off lunch Bunk seven, Amy six,
Raymond five. So the belt changes hands. It goes from

in front of Eddie over Morgan, but Eddie finished second it. Damn,
I'll move my hair. Don't worry. I was hair system.
Morgan gets the bell. Congratulations Morgan. Boy. Baby shark sits
in there, doesn't it. Oh yeah, baby shark is one
of those people who move in squatter. You can't get
it out, Like, come on, man, you take them to
court to get it out. Goodbye, everybody show
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Let’s Be Clear… a new podcast from Shannen Doherty. The actress will open up like never before in a live memoir. She will cover everything from her TV and film credits, to her Stage IV cancer battle, friendships, divorces and more. She will share her own personal stories, how she manages the lows all while celebrating the highs, and her hopes and dreams for the future. As Shannen says, it doesn’t matter how many times you fall, it’s about how you get back up. So, LET’S BE CLEAR… this is the truth and nothing but. Join Shannen Doherty each week. Let’s Be Clear, an iHeartRadio podcast.

The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

He’s a former Secret Service Agent, former NYPD officer, and New York Times best-selling author. Join Dan Bongino each weekday as he tackles the hottest political issues, debunking both liberal and Republican establishment rhetoric.

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