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April 17, 2024 32 mins

Bobby talks about an elephant that escaped in Montana and was running wild. Bobby talks about feeling more sorry for animals than humans in TV shows and movies. We get Movie Mike’s thoughts on For King + Country’s new movie coming out next week. Bobby talks about the news of a kid who was suspended for bringing a bag of chips to school and a former morgue manager who was busted selling body parts.

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
It's time for the Bobby Bones post show.

Speaker 2 (00:04):
Here's your host, Bobby Bone.

Speaker 1 (00:13):
Oh everybody, A couple of things.

Speaker 3 (00:15):
An elephant was running loose and Butte, Montana yesterday because
it had escaped a traveling circus that was in town.

Speaker 1 (00:20):
Imagine yours driving down the road. You see an elephant,
You're like, am I drunk? What's happening?

Speaker 3 (00:24):
If you don't know there's an elephant that's escaped and
there's no reason an elephant should be in town and
you see an elephant running wild just by it, even
just walking, that'd be crazy, like really crazy. Yeah, like
what did I what? What was put in in my drink?
But an elephant was running loose on like one of
the big avenues, like in the street.

Speaker 1 (00:41):
They had to close the streets down.

Speaker 3 (00:43):
They got it back, and they put it back in
the civic center, which is where the circus was. No injury, thankfully,
KBZK that elephant.

Speaker 2 (00:53):
I feel.

Speaker 3 (00:54):
Listen, I don't like it when animals are held and
traveled around in circuses, but I'm at least glad this
one got back. But it's in the middle of traffic.
It's in the highway, in the middle of traffic. There's
an elephant. It's hilarious walking by a casino sign.

Speaker 4 (01:09):
I was trying to make money. You imagine how the
guy fell who left the door open.

Speaker 3 (01:14):
Can you imagine how the elephant feels? Well, yeah, they
won't even love the casino.

Speaker 1 (01:17):
I'm an ID.

Speaker 4 (01:17):
I'm not an elephant, though, I associate more with a
guy who left the gate open.

Speaker 3 (01:22):
Like, yeah, I associate more with the person who wants
to get into gamble but forgot his ID.

Speaker 1 (01:26):
Right. Uh, yeah, that sucks.

Speaker 2 (01:30):
That's a big elephant.

Speaker 3 (01:31):
That's a big elephant. I guess most are, but I
hate that elephant. It's traveled around Like.

Speaker 1 (01:37):
There are shows we're watching Overkill, super.

Speaker 2 (01:41):
Shot, mm hmm, you're speaking a different language, bullet Man
not helping Mike. Fallout.

Speaker 3 (01:48):
We just finished Fallout on Amazon Prime and my wife
doon't recommended it.

Speaker 1 (01:54):
She was like, we should watch watch it fall Out.
It has the girl she plays Lucy in Fallout, but
she was Yellow Jackets the show where they end up
the plane crashes. Yeah, she's the one that dies. I
mean it's all weird, but whatever.

Speaker 3 (02:10):
So she is living in a vault because the world
had nuclear war and some people got to go live
in a vault and then then she comes out and
she's in the in the world now, and it's like
not nice to live in It's great.

Speaker 2 (02:25):
Baby Billy is in it.

Speaker 1 (02:26):
He plays a big character in He doesn't play Baby Billy,
but he's awesome.

Speaker 2 (02:30):
So the whole yeah, baby Billy, The.

Speaker 3 (02:33):
Whole show is like the Earth is a wasteland and
it's based off the video game. Never played the video game,
so I don't have any relationship with how true it
is to the video game. Or but there's a dog
in the show that somebody has, and I care more
about that stupid dog did I do any character.

Speaker 1 (02:55):
There's a show called Sugar that we It comes out
every week. I hate shows like that.

Speaker 2 (02:59):
Oh is that what?

Speaker 1 (03:00):
CLO's great? Callin Ferrell call hin Farrell's great.

Speaker 2 (03:02):
Yeah, I want to see that one.

Speaker 3 (03:03):
Wait, let let it finish a few more weeks and
you can just watch it on your own time. He's
a detective, private eye, private investigatory current times, but looks
old school.

Speaker 2 (03:12):
I thought it was like from the forties.

Speaker 1 (03:13):
He dresses like that though, okay cool, but there's a
dog in it, and all I do is worry about
the dog, and so I spend all this energy. Humans
are getting.

Speaker 3 (03:23):
Shot, characters are dying, and I'm like, just don't get
the dog.

Speaker 1 (03:27):
She's like, that was a kid that just done to
get the dog. No, So I say, will Smith, pursuit
of happiness ends.

Speaker 2 (03:38):
I am.

Speaker 3 (03:39):
I am legend the dog, although pursuit of happiness whatever
that was called. When he held his foot against the
door so they wouldn't come for me, that was the kid.

Speaker 1 (03:49):
Oh that's tough. That was a tough one in him.

Speaker 5 (03:53):
That was a tough one.

Speaker 2 (03:55):
Did he spoiler?

Speaker 1 (03:58):
My god, it's over ten years.

Speaker 3 (04:01):
Sugar has eighty one percent. I guess that critic a
little lower on the audience score, but I like it.
And I'm not a big calling feral guy, but pretty
good looking guy. He's Irish and he is not as
old as I thought. I thought it'd be like fifty five.
He's like forty eight or something. Oh yeah, pretty good.

Speaker 4 (04:19):
You know what gets me in TV shows and movies
when they mess up the house or like like they
get into a fight and they break stuff, I'm like,
oh my gosh, somebody's got to clean that up.

Speaker 1 (04:28):
That's funny.

Speaker 2 (04:29):
Every single time they make a mess.

Speaker 3 (04:31):
We all have a personal connection with something that's close
to us, like like something that affects us.

Speaker 1 (04:35):
Yeah, Eddie says he got a bunch of kids. The
house is always always a disaster. Mine's obviously dogs.

Speaker 4 (04:41):
Like if a dog runs into a like it jumps
on the dinner table.

Speaker 2 (04:45):
And knocks like the glasses. Oh my gosh, somebody's got amy.

Speaker 1 (04:48):
If they lose their medication, she's lost.

Speaker 2 (04:51):
I know.

Speaker 1 (04:51):
But in the movie he'd be worried when you were
on it because I.

Speaker 5 (04:53):
Oh god, yeah, no, I's not really gonna say that.
I mean, mine's like an animal thing. Or if, like
somebody is a pain, I don't like that at all
in any way, shape or form. If they're emotionally in
pain or physically they fall and hurt themselves, Like, I
don't like it.

Speaker 3 (05:09):
I'm just like every show though, people are getting shot constantly,
all the shows. Yeah, so it was like, I mean, yeah,
all these shows I'm talking about. Yeah, I guess unless you're.

Speaker 5 (05:21):
Watching watching Manhunt, people get shot. I don't give anything away,
but a main character gets shot.

Speaker 1 (05:28):
Good job at not spoiling that piece of history. You're welcome.
What what's interesting about Manhunt?

Speaker 3 (05:35):
Which is the Abraham Lincoln show is that, And I
feel like I know a decent amount of President's just
from learning it trivia wise. But I didn't know John
Wilkes Booth was pretty famous. I knew he's an actor,
but pretty famous, but the least famous of his famous
family of actors, and was known as like a really
good looking guy.

Speaker 5 (05:56):
But he's crazy.

Speaker 3 (05:58):
He believed in the South, believed in so I would
say that's crazy, But I'm saying at the time, a
lot of people didn't think he was crazy because he
was just representing the thoughts well of a large part
of the country who ended up losing the war. And
but he was in New York where it was a
little weirder, even though the vote there was actually closer
than you would think. Who was in New York John

Wilks Booth DC, but he worked a lot in New York,
like he wasn't Yeah, yeah, so like that was like
the cultural hub and very close to DC.

Speaker 5 (06:29):
But also I just saw the episode where he shot
something else and that's what I mean, Like I heard
for that, Like I'm like, what is wrong with him?
Like why would he do that? I've still I've been
thinking about it since I watched the episode.

Speaker 2 (06:43):
Yeah, I want to.

Speaker 1 (06:43):
I worry about people to get their feet wet and
they have to keep going.

Speaker 2 (06:48):
Like war movies. War movies streussed me out, yes.

Speaker 3 (06:51):
Or like walking in the creek if a bunch of kids,
I was like, Oh, your fet are going to shrivel
up and your get cuts in them.

Speaker 1 (06:55):

Speaker 3 (06:55):
He's happened to me all the time as a kid.
And so I see people like walking in a lake
and the movie just goes. I don't even dress it.
Better change socks or something, or their feet are gonna
get shrivel wet and then have little cuts.

Speaker 1 (07:05):
Yeah, I'm with you on Mountain. Thanks buddy, appreciate you.

Speaker 5 (07:07):
Like when The Masters of the Air, that show was
stressful because they're always getting hurt.

Speaker 3 (07:11):
We never felt the need to watch that mostly, Yeah,
I was gonna ask.

Speaker 1 (07:15):
Mostly because of the texture of it.

Speaker 2 (07:18):
World War two.

Speaker 3 (07:19):
Yeah, the colors and the texture of some of those
those time periods. I don't so much mind the eighteen
hundreds because it feel they feel a little green colorblind.
So don't say I'm wrong about colors, but in my mind,
the green is like that eighteen hundred ish type. And
then the Masters of the Year is more gray. It
feels like, man, maybe part of our clothes too.

Speaker 1 (07:41):
I don't know, I don't know. I don't like that
time period, so I don't like to watch.

Speaker 5 (07:43):
Okay, Yeah, I mean it's definitely hard to me. What
World War two?

Speaker 1 (07:49):
You gotta try again, you can do it.

Speaker 5 (07:53):
World War two? So yeah, I just it just a
little stressful how much they were in the air and
things got so intense. But then it's like, well, this
is about masters of the air, flyers in the air,
so I get But to.

Speaker 3 (08:05):
Me, yeah, flying and that scares me too, and these
old airplanes and I'd be like, I don't even know
how my airplane now works.

Speaker 1 (08:10):
What about this snoopy type thing? It's more so like
everybody in the Red Barn and I'm like, Snoopy, what's up?

Speaker 2 (08:15):
Don't be careful? What's cool that I didn't know about that? Amy?

Speaker 4 (08:18):
Was that why they wear those leather jackets with a
furry collars because it's.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
Freezing up there.

Speaker 5 (08:24):
Yeah, like if they would pee their pants, no, it
would they would go if they made it back down,
because let's just like call it what it is. I
feel like every time you took off, you have to
be like, well, I'm gonna die today.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
I die.

Speaker 5 (08:38):
But then you know, if they were lucky enough to land,
like they would go like there was this one scene
where they were at the like the clinic. The medic
was like his clothes were like stuck to his body
and it was because at a certain altitude and you're
getting shot at I would pee my pants too, or
maybe it was a long mission and you just had
to go to the bathroom but you pee. And it
was so cold that if froze the pea of their

skin and their clothes and they had to get it
doctor like it burned their skin.

Speaker 1 (09:06):
Yeah. Yeah, Gunner people on the groin everywhere. Yeah, right,
just you look like a rabbit hipp hopping and through.

Speaker 5 (09:16):
No, that show was wild. It just gives you another
of appreciation for people that put their life at risk
to keep others safe because they were you know.

Speaker 3 (09:26):
Yeah, I don't know much about it, so I don't
I don't, I don't know. Are they American in it?

Speaker 2 (09:29):

Speaker 5 (09:30):
The reason I don't think that British this was the
hundredth bomber is No, he's American.

Speaker 2 (09:35):
He's American.

Speaker 1 (09:35):
Isn't that he didn't need Elvis?

Speaker 2 (09:37):
No, he's American.

Speaker 1 (09:38):
Oh, Austin Butler, I'm thinking of Joe.

Speaker 5 (09:40):
The other guy is yes, when you hear that, I
don't know the guy's name, but when you I did
hear him, do it? Watch him do an interview and
all of a sudden he had an accent. I'm like, well,
that's weird.

Speaker 1 (09:51):
Mhm, kleem Callum Turner.

Speaker 4 (09:55):
I don't know Elvis is BFF because Austin Butler's my
butt like we're he's a mayor, he's American.

Speaker 2 (10:00):
We hung out one time, got it?

Speaker 1 (10:02):
Oh you interviewed him once.

Speaker 2 (10:04):
Yeah, we hung out for a little bit, Me, Scuba
and Austin. So okay.

Speaker 1 (10:07):
My whole point with this was I forget where we started.

Speaker 2 (10:10):
But your Fallout boy, your movie.

Speaker 1 (10:13):
No, it's a TV show. Although Mike, I did see
there on Apple Plus, Apple Apple Plus.

Speaker 3 (10:17):
I don't know wauch what argyle was on now or
that movie and a lipas in it in the preview.

Speaker 2 (10:23):
Did you ever watch it?

Speaker 1 (10:24):
Yeah, it's terrible. I've ben work to watch it on streaming.
I was wondering why I got there so quick.

Speaker 6 (10:30):
It's an Apple movie. So they put it out in
theaters and then they waited to put it on there.

Speaker 2 (10:33):
It's not good. Nah, ridiculous.

Speaker 1 (10:36):
That's the one with the cat in the backpack, right, Yeah,
that looks so so stupid.

Speaker 6 (10:39):
It's like a lady who writes a book and then
all these things start coming true in real life.

Speaker 1 (10:43):
Oh really, that sounds cool.

Speaker 6 (10:44):
Yeah, there's movies where the premise sounds good and then
it completely bumbles.

Speaker 1 (10:50):
Mike liked a small Bone movie.

Speaker 3 (10:54):
Oh the Country Unsung, he sing hero Yeah, freaking country cool?

Speaker 2 (11:00):
Is that out? Or is that theater that night? Yet?
He like?

Speaker 1 (11:02):
And I wasn't gonna ask him if he liked it.

Speaker 3 (11:04):
We just reposted our or we're gonna repost our for
King and Country episode.

Speaker 1 (11:08):
I really like those guys.

Speaker 3 (11:10):
And Michael's like, I watched the movie and Ida had
a movie coming out, that's why we're gonna repost it.
And they have a really great live story that the
movie is made from their life story. And so again
I wasn't gonna put Mike on the mic like.

Speaker 1 (11:23):
Did you like it? Because if he did it, he's
a pretty harsh critical movies. That's his job.

Speaker 3 (11:26):
I don't want to may not to go watch it
because Mike doesn't really like music movies or he doesn't
like movies that are based on making your faith feel.

Speaker 1 (11:36):
A certain way.

Speaker 3 (11:37):
He doesn't mind if you don't mind if there's messages
in it at all, but not with the whole purpose
of this movie is to make you feel like you're
your faith needs to be pointed a certain direction.

Speaker 6 (11:46):
Exactly, And in this one, it's all rooted in their faith.
But all these things that happened to them, it's all
about the family. Faith just happens to be.

Speaker 3 (11:52):
A part of the story, and it's the how they
got over here to America.

Speaker 2 (11:55):
And he plays his dad right. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (11:58):
I texted him and told him that you thought it
was really good, and you had no reason to say
it was really good. It wasn't like and he was
super appreciative.

Speaker 1 (12:04):
What he said was.

Speaker 3 (12:06):
Because I remember I would write a book or something
and I would be like, man, I've been in this
so long, I don't even know if it's any good
or not, and it's probably not good.

Speaker 1 (12:12):
And I would expect.

Speaker 3 (12:12):
Everybody that I knew to be like, oh, it's good,
just because they had to say something. But then I
would hear from somebody that had no reason whatsoever to
even give me a review, and they were like, Hey,
I read it. I thought it was real and that
would mean a lot to me because they didn't need
to say anything. There was no expectation for them to
say anything. So I text, we have a text a
group called all the Bones.

Speaker 2 (12:32):
Who's that small?

Speaker 1 (12:33):
Both you and the small King of Country? Yeah, those
two they are lessons.

Speaker 2 (12:37):
Is that real? Yes? Joel and Luke?

Speaker 1 (12:39):
What's all the bones?

Speaker 2 (12:41):
So it's three of you guys bybones.

Speaker 1 (12:44):
Joel small Bone, Luke Smallbone.

Speaker 3 (12:46):
Hilarious And so I sent it over because you say
that Joel's really good in it.

Speaker 6 (12:50):
Oh, yeah, he plays his dad and I didn't know
like what to expect of him as an actor. He's
a musician obviously, Yeah, but he's pretty commanding as a lead.

Speaker 3 (12:58):
He said, awfully kind of him to have taken the
time to watch it, and thanks for sending the text.
We just stepped into nine days until release, and then
some other stuff, and he said, sending love and respect.

Speaker 2 (13:07):
Thank you.

Speaker 1 (13:08):
That means a lot, and I do.

Speaker 3 (13:09):
Believe it because there's no reason for him to have
said that unless he meant it.

Speaker 2 (13:12):
It's also a longer movie.

Speaker 6 (13:13):
It's like almost two.

Speaker 1 (13:14):
Hours, but not two hours. It's like Okay, I'm in.
I've decided when I to watch a movie. It's over
two hours.

Speaker 3 (13:20):
I'm just quitting it two hours and whatever happens afterwards
never actually happened.

Speaker 2 (13:24):
But what if it's so good?

Speaker 1 (13:25):
That's the end to you never find out what happens.

Speaker 3 (13:27):
That's the end of two hours. Okay, that's the end.
Let's do a mideral here. Our scientists have made the
startling discovery of a deadly vampire bacteria that researchers are
saying want to feed on human blood.

Speaker 2 (13:40):

Speaker 3 (13:41):
So, for lack of better description, bacteria is live. Yeah,
so it's bacteria that wants blood. So something alive that wants.

Speaker 2 (13:51):
Blood like a like a that's a vampire, like a
leech wouldn't be a bacteria, that'd be more.

Speaker 5 (13:57):
Of an animal ish.

Speaker 1 (13:59):
But yeah, like needs blood.

Speaker 3 (14:02):
So the results it's the bacteria is actually attracted to
the liquid part of the blood called the serum. The
deadly germs are obsessed with the CERN, which is an
amino acid in human blood.

Speaker 1 (14:13):
So what if that's what vampires were actually attracted. It
wasn't the blood, it was the serum.

Speaker 3 (14:18):
Interesting, well, to serum and cern are two different things,
but ones inside the other apparently, but this bacteria wants blood.

Speaker 2 (14:28):
Gosh, it's crazy. That's wild.

Speaker 1 (14:30):
From a lad Bible.

Speaker 3 (14:32):
A student missing out on prom and they were suspended
because they brought a bag.

Speaker 1 (14:37):
Of chips to school. Did you guys see this from
w HIO.

Speaker 3 (14:41):
Well, it's about teacher being allergic to the chips type thing.
A local high school student will miss out on our
senior prom after getting suspended over bringing a bag of corn.

Speaker 1 (14:48):
Chips to school.

Speaker 3 (14:50):
So I think where the reality of this will fall
and out read to the story and get all the details,
is that if there was intent on bringing, if they
knew it, brought them anyway when they were told they weren't,
but they knew the reason why they couldn't bring them,
or if they knew and they brought them to actually
hurt the tea teacher. So Miami Valley Crew of Technical
Center prohibits kids for bringing snack. That snack because the

teacher severely allergic. Someone gave Ali the talkie chips on
the school bus and so she ate them. She didn't
finish the chips. She brought the bag inside the building,
the only two chips left. She threw the bag away,
went to class. The school principal called her down and
asked if she ate the chips. She said, yeah, she
was suspending for five days. They didn't let her go
to a prom.

Speaker 2 (15:30):

Speaker 1 (15:30):
I don't agree with this.

Speaker 2 (15:31):
That's an accident.

Speaker 3 (15:32):
If nobody was hurt and it was an accident, it
can be a learning experience without a crazy punishment.

Speaker 4 (15:36):
Yeah, there were two chips in there. She didn't if
she was trying to hurt the teacher was.

Speaker 1 (15:40):
Been smuggling contraband chips.

Speaker 5 (15:43):
It's not like she like got the chips and then
like rubbed it on the teacher's desks.

Speaker 3 (15:47):
Yeah, there was no intent to hurt anyone and nobody
got hurt.

Speaker 5 (15:53):
There has to be something else that happened, you know,
because like why would that be the punishment. That doesn't
make sense.

Speaker 3 (15:59):
Well, schools have depending on it, what are they zero tolerance? Yeah,
but you feel like zero tolerance even should have like
one person who's not an.

Speaker 5 (16:06):
Idiot dip in rational thinking.

Speaker 1 (16:08):
Like we hire you to be the not idiot.

Speaker 5 (16:09):

Speaker 1 (16:11):
Gosh, that's tough though, no cornships at school, that's what
you're on.

Speaker 2 (16:14):
I mean, that's hard, dude. You can't get over the
fact they can't bring free doo's. That's so hard. What's
even school with that fun?

Speaker 5 (16:21):
They list out every chip that is a cornship because
I don't know would know the difference, Like my kids
would be like, no, this isn't a cornship, it's a talkey.

Speaker 1 (16:27):
It'd just be no chips.

Speaker 2 (16:28):
Probably that a cornship.

Speaker 3 (16:30):
If that is what that story says, that sucks, And
I get zero tolerance because you do set the precedent
anybody else who does if they're thinking about sneaking one in.
But if you, if the board does go and decide
not to be idiots and think about it and nobody
got hurt, even if it was an accident the teacher
got sick, trouble. But if it was an accident and

nobody got sick, there can be semi trouble To keep
the no tolerance, But you're gonna keep them out of prom.

Speaker 2 (16:57):
That's crazy for us. No popcorn either, But.

Speaker 1 (17:02):
You guys are missing the point.

Speaker 5 (17:03):
I was thinking, like.

Speaker 2 (17:07):
More tortillas anything, man like, that's.

Speaker 1 (17:09):
Correct from inside.

Speaker 3 (17:12):
Hired wife of a Morgan manager admits the transporting stolen
body parts.

Speaker 1 (17:17):
So where that doesn't matter.

Speaker 3 (17:18):
That's the dark web, right, it doesn't matter where down
the street or what's up the wife to where? Though
the wife of a Harvard Medical Schools former morgue manager
has plead guilty to interstate transport of stolen goods included
body parts stolen from the institution's morgue. Federal prosecutors DA
DA DA buying and selling human remains from the morgue

in Arkansas from the Harvard morgue and a mortuary in Arkansas. Boy,
there's pretty far, pretty big difference there. Harvard Morgan a
mortuary in Arkansas. They were like, if anybody had anything,
they sent PayPal like money online buyers sent payments to
a PayPal account, and they would send memos specifying arm

he's idiots head number seven. Maybe they're using it for science,
but you also know what you're doing.

Speaker 2 (18:13):
It's not legal.

Speaker 3 (18:16):
So even if it's completely clinical and for science and
whatever reason you think is okay, you call or you
go chipping in for dinner last week, you have put
that in the body.

Speaker 1 (18:27):
Another one put brains. No way, I swear to God.

Speaker 3 (18:36):
Despite families and the victims filing a lawsuit against Harvard,
a Massachusetts judge ruled that Harvard wasn't liable for the
stolen corpses. Y, Hey what if it's a zombie though,
just messaging and he really was just speaking like he does,
give me the arms.

Speaker 4 (18:52):
Why don't we mummify people anymore? Like I saw a
guy that I went to high school with.

Speaker 2 (18:57):
He went probably work or work, dude.

Speaker 4 (19:00):
He he went to like some pyramids or something, and
he's posted on Facebook some pictures of mummies.

Speaker 2 (19:05):
They look amazing.

Speaker 4 (19:06):
Yeah, you can see the person still and they died
like you know, thousands of years ago.

Speaker 3 (19:10):
I don't think they mummified every person though back then.
I think what happened is the people.

Speaker 1 (19:14):
That deserved to be preserved or.

Speaker 2 (19:18):
Dude, that's slogan, deserved to be preserved. That's a song.
It's like this deserves to be preserved. Oh my god,
that's good. So but like you know, they would.

Speaker 1 (19:29):
We did a fake one in college, fake mummy.

Speaker 3 (19:32):
We fake mummified as far as like taking the brains,
go through the nose, You take it and you pull
it out like person, not a real one. Oh, it
was like cadaver. But I think they didn't mummify every
single person. And also it's a lot of work, and
so when we die, I don't think.

Speaker 5 (19:50):
Says to be done properly. Mummification is a lengthy and
expensive process.

Speaker 1 (19:54):
We're trying to get rid of it.

Speaker 5 (19:55):
Also, I guess when a lot of the Egyptians became Christians,
they just stopped making mummies.

Speaker 4 (20:02):
Oh because oh, because before them they were the gods.

Speaker 5 (20:06):

Speaker 3 (20:06):
I don't think every mummy was considered God. I don't
thin mummies were even considered gods. Oh really, maybe they
could be considered closer to God, but all of them.
But they are still kings today.

Speaker 5 (20:15):
Okay, because here, look, when you become a Christian, says
mummification helped some people reach the afterlife, as they believed
that an afterlife could only exist if there was a
form like uh, like a soul after death. The only
way to do it was to be mummified. So I
guess when she became a Christian, you're like, oh God,
I'm all good.

Speaker 2 (20:34):

Speaker 3 (20:34):
Well, but even now, there are some Christians that believe
if you're cremated or if you're not. Oh yeah, there's
I mean, there's a lot of odd beliefs in different
sex sects of religion, even Christianity.

Speaker 5 (20:50):
So so if you cremate yourself, would they think you're
not going.

Speaker 3 (20:53):
To have some well, and it's a very but again,
I have a bet there's little versions of every building
inside of a big belief. But yeah, there's a difference.
Now it's like, what do you want to do? You
gotta be cremated, you want to go?

Speaker 1 (21:06):
I mean the body is putting around, you want to right?

Speaker 3 (21:09):
Yeah, today mummification is rare, but some places still do it.
They preserve dead bodies. Lenen died in nineteen twenty four.
John commun No communists. Yeah, yes, like Stalin Lenenlenen, Yeah.

Speaker 5 (21:22):
Linen, he mummified. He got mummified apparently.

Speaker 3 (21:25):
Also Ted Williams has his head still existing. Yeah, yeah,
not mummified, but frozen frozen ryo.

Speaker 5 (21:31):
That's wild. Well, so Eddie, it's an option.

Speaker 4 (21:35):
I don't think I'm gonna do it, but you know, okay,
let me do number one.

Speaker 1 (21:42):
We have two voice models. We want to do number one.
First Ray, good morning studio.

Speaker 7 (21:47):
I just want to say that I am completely a
believer of signed amy. Whenever I moved into my house
my boyfriend, we both have a grandmother that's very close
to us, and we both saw two red cardinals outside
and so lunch back stop me.

Speaker 3 (22:04):
I would say, it's not just lunch. Well, maybe it's
presentations of it me. But we all, we all have
different feelings on signs. I don't think anybody is saying
that Amy's wrong about signs in general. Ammy just finds
signs very quickly, and they're very like she'll close her
eyes and should go. Just give me a sign that
today I'm supposed to drive one hundred miles. Give me
something to do with light. Oh, I took myself's light

up in the ceiling.

Speaker 5 (22:27):
No, that's that's an exaggeration, but an exaggeration.

Speaker 1 (22:31):
But when you're exaggerating, no, the exaggeration has to prove
the point of You're like, you think a cardinal and
it's cardinal season. We had cardinals that are dead in
our yard because they keep flying into the window.

Speaker 2 (22:39):
They're everywhere.

Speaker 5 (22:40):
Yeah, and what does that mean?

Speaker 4 (22:41):
I don't know the letters the letters that fell off
a sign that said, no, that's good.

Speaker 1 (22:47):
That's she was looking for a tennis ball at a
tennis court.

Speaker 5 (22:50):
That one I just brought to you all.

Speaker 1 (22:52):
She's like, I need a sign. I found a tennis ball.
You're next to a tennis court, right.

Speaker 5 (22:56):
But that yeah, so that one's a little bit, but
it's not like I asked for a sign and then
while law two seconds later it happens. I am patient
at times, and I it's.

Speaker 1 (23:08):
More of a can't prove you wrong.

Speaker 3 (23:10):
If you're like, oh, absolutely, we cannot prove me peace
in any way.

Speaker 5 (23:14):
This is clearly a message from the other side.

Speaker 2 (23:16):
Well, I don't know about that.

Speaker 1 (23:17):
Clearly, to me, we cannot prove you wrong.

Speaker 3 (23:20):
However, it does feel like when you're looking for a sign,
you're just gonna find it.

Speaker 5 (23:28):
That's not true because sometimes sometimes there is no sign.
Sometimes I've asked for one and it hasn't come yet,
or it may never come. There may be no sign.

Speaker 4 (23:36):
If you went outside and I said, like, show me
a sign, make it snow, it's not.

Speaker 1 (23:41):
Going to snow on you, right if you're being specific, right,
but I don't.

Speaker 4 (23:44):
But if you're standing by the pool and like, we'll
get water splashed on me right now, or just.

Speaker 3 (23:49):
Give me a sign, and you're so generic, you're gonna
associate something.

Speaker 5 (23:53):
But my mom, right after she died, there was a
red cardinal outside the window that was a sign for
us of like love it and and a blue jay
had never come to my feet er until after my
dad died, and I had been watching birds actively.

Speaker 1 (24:08):
Four months, not saying that's not and I.

Speaker 5 (24:11):
Played bird beingo. I knew what birds had been to
my feet up.

Speaker 2 (24:14):
Have you ever wanted bird bing oo?

Speaker 5 (24:16):
Bird being go was more so just when a bird comes,
you get to like bump cross it off.

Speaker 1 (24:20):
We just played stripp bird bingo at the house.

Speaker 3 (24:22):
That's yeah, yeah, yeah, we're not saying you're wrong, but
we're saying there were a lot of cardinals at this time.

Speaker 1 (24:28):
It had been hardview not to see a cardinal.

Speaker 2 (24:30):
I saw one yesterday.

Speaker 5 (24:31):
On my way, but I I don't see cardinals every day.
And what I'm saying is I may I'm in the
midst of having to make a decision, and I had
already asked for a sign about it. And when I
saw the cardinal, the red one, the lonely red cardinal
in the tree that was all by stuff just for me,
then I was like, this is good. This brings me piece,

like aha.

Speaker 1 (24:55):
And for that I love it. For that, I love it.
I think whatever brings you piece a plus. We can't
prove it, it's not true.

Speaker 3 (25:00):
All we're saying is when you're looking for a sign.
You make it very easy for the sign to reach you.
But that is good for you. Whatever makes you feel
better is crazy.

Speaker 5 (25:10):
I know we're all, we all can be.

Speaker 1 (25:12):
We all wish I had a little more or whatever.

Speaker 3 (25:14):
You have coffee not coffee. And I don't even say faith.
I would say the ability.

Speaker 1 (25:21):
To be open to things beyond that you just absolutely
cannot understand.

Speaker 5 (25:27):
I think there's a lot we can't explain.

Speaker 3 (25:30):
No one's arguing even a lot. There's probably more we
can't explain than what we can.

Speaker 5 (25:34):
Okay, I know, but I feel like yes, or you
said something like science or whatnot. I'm like, I believe
in science too.

Speaker 1 (25:40):
They don't have to believe.

Speaker 2 (25:42):
They don't have to be.

Speaker 1 (25:44):
Holding hands. Okay, so I believe that.

Speaker 3 (25:48):
I'm happy you find warmth and comfort in what you see.
I would not be able to go give me a
sign in a bird show and be like, well that's it.

Speaker 5 (25:57):
It's not any bird. If it was a tufted tit mouse,
it wouldn't mean the same thing.

Speaker 3 (26:02):
Showed up pooped on by a bird, And like that's
if you were like bird I need to sign poop
on me boom.

Speaker 1 (26:09):
Well no, no, that's your own time.

Speaker 2 (26:12):
But if that was your thing, it's not my thing.
I'm just saying.

Speaker 5 (26:19):
You happen like, okay, right after you, right after your
mom died, I got pooped pooped on you? It would be.

Speaker 2 (26:30):
Situation. Just that way.

Speaker 1 (26:32):
Everything then around that time, you would think would be
a thing.

Speaker 2 (26:35):
She's right though. She's right though. How often do you
get pooped on by a bird?

Speaker 4 (26:38):
So if it happened rightf my mom died, I'd be like, mom,
that's a good one.

Speaker 3 (26:42):
But by that logic, anything that happened to you, that's rare.
That happened after your mom died. But you're automatically signing
that to being heard.

Speaker 7 (26:49):
Why do you think?

Speaker 5 (26:50):
Casey Musgraves wrote a whole song called Cardinal and it's
like Cardinal from the other side.

Speaker 2 (26:59):
Wait is that? Why are you huh?

Speaker 5 (27:04):
I don't know. I feel like she wrote it about
an experience of seeing a cardinal after a friend died
or someone died. Why are you saying names?

Speaker 4 (27:12):
Yeah, dear Malina, Cardinal, what are you doing?

Speaker 3 (27:18):
There are sometimes Ricky, and there are sometimes where I'll
do this too, sometimes where nobody is going to get
my very and not this situation. Nobody is going to
get whatever version of a joke that only I'm going
to get and maybe three other listeners in the whole world.
And I'll just say little things sometimes on my mind,
not even breath on the mic, like that.

Speaker 1 (27:36):
If you and I were just talking and I was
like mm hmmm uh and advanced like for a while briefly. Yeah,
so people you wouldn't even know that.

Speaker 2 (27:49):
You wouldn't even know to move on.

Speaker 3 (27:50):
You'd be like what what, But there'd be like three
people that would go, that's funny.

Speaker 2 (27:55):
Loup Panela, was he a manager.

Speaker 1 (27:57):
Manager for the Cardinals?

Speaker 5 (27:58):
Are you thinking of you're naming You're naming Cardinal baseball players?
Is that what you're doing?

Speaker 2 (28:03):

Speaker 5 (28:04):
Yeah, okay, okay.

Speaker 1 (28:06):
Yeah, that was the point though, you know.

Speaker 5 (28:08):
Yeah, got it. I don't know one Cardinal player, So that's.

Speaker 1 (28:14):
Why I didn't Mark McGuire.

Speaker 5 (28:16):
For sure, I know who Mark McGuire is, but I
didn't know he was the cardinal. And is he the
guy that took the drugs?

Speaker 2 (28:22):
Yeah, took the drugs?

Speaker 1 (28:26):
She goes, is he the guy that took the drugs?
That she does the face like mm hm one, like,
either I should feel guilty that he took drugs or two.

Speaker 5 (28:33):
That what I know, That's what it was. That look
was like, I'm aware, I know who Mark is. He
enhanced himself, right, he took the.

Speaker 3 (28:48):
Yeah, so we're going to go, oh, well, we have
some a couple of meetings to have, but we're going
to finish this podcast. Right.

Speaker 1 (28:57):
How long is this?

Speaker 2 (28:59):
It is twenty nine?

Speaker 1 (29:01):
We got one more minute ago.

Speaker 5 (29:03):
Oh it's a thirty. I have a podcast today and
I'm going to talk about this, not this, but Cardinals
because there's well, i'll say it. I don't know.

Speaker 2 (29:17):
Did you know what?

Speaker 4 (29:17):
I can't stop laughing at what I thought about this
yesterday that we were one boat away from speaking to Germans.

Speaker 2 (29:26):
We were one voat away.

Speaker 5 (29:27):
Man, Yeah, are we what are we doing? Are you
just sitting here making it to thirty? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (29:33):
It's chilling, man, we can do.

Speaker 4 (29:39):
Oh my son wants to come with us, come with
me on the brakes. He wants to see what we
open up tomorrow.

Speaker 2 (29:44):
Is that cool? He's chilling man, you'll just sit back.

Speaker 5 (29:48):
Okay. I saw the sign old or an omen on
the branches in the morning. It was right after I
lost a friend without warning, which words done, said Scarlett.
That's the opening lines. From Caseys, which is very similar
to my experience. Are you sending me a message from

the Cardinal.

Speaker 1 (30:14):
Marketsall dizzy, Dean? I think so.

Speaker 3 (30:18):
Like from way back in the day, I'm looking at
Casey ms rising average.

Speaker 2 (30:25):
Who did you say was the manager Lou Panela? Was
he not a Cardinals manager?

Speaker 1 (30:31):
If he was, I don't think so.

Speaker 2 (30:32):
I don't know that. I'm like, I know LUs for sure,
Joe Torre was too. Why do you hear? Hear for sure?

Speaker 3 (30:38):
I don't know if if hers just die? Thinking did
like yesterday really like two days ago?

Speaker 5 (30:48):
I wonder if the Cardinal baseil players become Cardinals exactly?

Speaker 2 (30:51):
What if that's I mean, why not? Why wouldn't that crazy? Yeah?

Speaker 1 (30:54):
What if it's like Larry Walker flying around you don't
even know you think it's your mom and he's like goal.

Speaker 5 (31:01):
Listen, that's it for the I'm gonna.

Speaker 2 (31:03):
I'm going to leave them out some flower.

Speaker 1 (31:04):
Seeds, Okay, maybe a little big occasionally.

Speaker 5 (31:07):
Yeah, I don't think my mom is the bird flying around. No, y'all,
y'all understand how signs work. It doesn't mean my mom.
I'm not saying it's recar reincarnation and my mom is
taken on the lives of all these different birds, because
I know that if I see a cardinal in one place,

it's probably not the same cardinal that was in my backyard.
It's a it's a message from my mom. So the
easy way to say that is it is my mom.

Speaker 3 (31:35):
Your mom's up there with a group of cardinals sending
them out to carry your cardinals.

Speaker 1 (31:40):
We don't even think it wrong. We just think it's
fun because you just like look for signs all the time.

Speaker 5 (31:44):
I don't like look for signs all the time. I
ask for signs. I see that the signs.

Speaker 2 (31:53):
Who did you say?

Speaker 3 (31:54):
Loop and Ella searched it Baltimore, Cleveland, Kansas City, and
New York. But all those like older white guys with
darkish hair the turned gray forever.

Speaker 1 (32:03):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I felt that.

Speaker 2 (32:04):
All right, that is it.

Speaker 1 (32:05):
We will see you guys tomorrow. Bye buddy,
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