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April 12, 2024 40 mins

Friday (pt 1 of 2): On today’s Late Riser’s Podcast, Bob Ibach tells us about his latest sports collectable benefiting charity.. - Marci adds yet another character to her repertoire in today’s Playhouse - Lilli Von Schtoop stars in “The Fortune Teller”.. - We give the “Clinton Mambo” another spin.. - John Boy gives away some more of his “wonderful things”.. - and Tom Sorensen covers all things sports..

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Good morning. You got a big show on already, all
more chances for you to win coming up after your news,
weather and sports.

Speaker 2 (00:06):
Hello, it's me Spanky, you know, mister personality from the
Yellow Rose. I'm not sure why I'm doing this. It's
not like they're paying me or anything. I can't even
get the redneck to pay his tab down a car.
But you can't help but love them, no matter how
nerve racking they are. I don't even complain when they

make fun of my big head. I just wish John
Boy would give me back my memory foam pillow and
stop telling his kids. That's where the comet hits.

Speaker 1 (01:12):
Talking to loving Adam. It is Friday. Oh yeah, ain't
that mornaful first thing you here when you wake up
any morning? You guys? One day is womanes. Friday's Friday.
John Morris ain't his Friday. He wouldn't lie to do.
It's about Friday.

Speaker 3 (01:30):
Don'tay, everybody in here now you had?

Speaker 2 (01:34):
I am so excited, I can't stay.

Speaker 1 (01:38):
You go around? Ahright then, so we go, so horson
later on, Bye bye black ing something specially South Carolina fans.
Y'all's women's team had an undefeated season. We're gonna help
make a wish Foundations South Carolina the same time you
get to celebrate about one hour. I bought getting up

and go join us.

Speaker 4 (02:03):
Okay, good, hey, where the white women ask?

Speaker 1 (02:08):
Is a National Big Wind Day? Because there was you
have some big wins on this date. I wasn't gonna
point it out, but it says commemorates a recording of
the highest natural wind gust measuring on the Earth's surface.
But Dator must have got busy because we don't we
don't know what that was. But you figured you'd lose injuries.

Speaker 3 (02:31):
You didn't think you'd read down that far, but you did.

Speaker 1 (02:34):
You do have me because my eyes go It's a
National grilled cheese Sandwich Day, so you know would jump
right to that. Uh, National Licorice Day. We've had this
discussion before, like licorice, National Colorado Day, salute, Oh y'all
in Colorado and uh listener, Oh, I think it was
a wild man or a bubba in Greeley, Colorado. That

gets us on the podcast John Mo'billy Late Risers podcast. Yeah,
what's wild man? National Only Child Day? Anybody only child's
in the room? I know we no, I got a
bunch of siblings. My daughter's an only child. That's right.
Miranda is all right. We'll celebrate Miranda National four to

twelves day, four to twelve April, the twelfth. Phys Is
it not the plot deal? Is it?

Speaker 5 (03:26):
No? That's for twenty I mean I've been told we
measure our days in two twelve hour sets. We buy
things like roses, eggs, and pastries. They're all in twelve
and there are twelve months.

Speaker 1 (03:43):
So oh oh, you got that. But you can't tell
me how big the wind was?

Speaker 3 (03:47):
Wow, the wind was very big. You want to know
how how big was it?

Speaker 5 (03:52):
In nineteen thirty four, Mount Washington Observatory recorded winds at
two hundred and thirty one miles per hour.

Speaker 1 (04:00):
Man, nice day to see. Let's get we put a
we got a big bogue. Let's work on the first
twelve minutes to see what happens, because we've got three
dates in history saved up. Those be very important when
we get the winning beginning. I love a good work baby,
Big shows on the radio, Good morning, Big shows on

the radio. First prize pack today, A Southern Easpets pack.
Treat your a four legged best friend of bacon flavored
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Go to southerneaspets dot com look for their link of
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exclusive offer. Try to win them right here. Three dates
in history where we'll get our categories. In nineteen fifty five,
the salt vaccine against polio is officially declared safe, potent,
and effect. The new vaccine had been tested in forty
four states. The work Jonah Suh. Remember his first name?

How about that? Yep? Oh Joe, nineteen ninety four. Chesty Love.
She's an exotic dancer. Really, uh huh, Look, she kind
of grew into that name when her parents' name renumbers knew.
I did not have sexual relations for that woman, not
a single time, Nell you bill Well. Chesty Love legally

claimed her surgeon go breast implants as a business expense.
I don't know whether she won that case or not.

Speaker 3 (05:36):
You're saying there's a chance.

Speaker 6 (05:39):
I think that's pretty legitimate.

Speaker 1 (05:41):
I mean, we say exhibit all right, I MEAs a
lot of people did so. In twenty twenty three, New
York City appointed his first ever rat tzar. Kathleen Corda
became the city's first ever director of rat mitigation and mommy, dad,

guess what you know what they have.

Speaker 6 (06:04):
Now, I'm not kidding, not making this up. There's an
app for rats in New York City. So you see
a rat, you take a picture, you add it to
the app, and that way you can tell where the
rats are.

Speaker 1 (06:16):
Yes, it's true. Well they're tackling that problem. Well, you
know that.

Speaker 6 (06:21):
What happened is during the pandemic, they decided that they
didn't need to do garbage collection. They would just you know,
everybody rolling out something to the curve is just too
much trouble. They would just you know, collect it from
the piles they left on the streets.

Speaker 1 (06:35):
And that's where the rat population exploded. Wow. Yeah, when
you're talking about they would do it the rats, you know,
the city of New York City. Yeah, sorry, the officials, Wow,
would anybody want to live in it? You know, you say,
what's going on?

Speaker 3 (06:51):
The rats were excited.

Speaker 6 (06:52):
They were like, there's another study going around a boy,
have you noticed chicken bones on the street when you
walk around duck in a downtown area? A big deal
about it and they're thinking what people are just slops,
they're just slinging chicken butter. No, the rats are picking
them out of the trash and heating them going downtown.

Speaker 3 (07:12):
Yeah, look how much meat you left on that boat?

Speaker 1 (07:17):
All right, so I'll be careful about the rats out there.
And we got our three categories and we read to
play one eight hundred Big Show. You told free Line,
we'll do it next. Good morning, It's a big show

on the radio. Friday morning, Able the twelfth, with today's
featured track from the Big Show, Big Box, brought to
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May twenty six, marm and Webster black slang for white people,
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and entertained. Ben riding down lasted to win.

Speaker 7 (08:20):
Upburst. Let's play Upburst.

Speaker 3 (08:22):
It's the game that anyone can win.

Speaker 7 (08:26):
John Boy and Billy to give the.

Speaker 1 (08:29):
Prizes from the big Prize per Let's go he contested
number one. This should really be a lot of fun
when you're playing Upburst.

Speaker 8 (08:41):
Have a hurry up and guess time you love the
best time you love.

Speaker 7 (08:45):
A big shots.

Speaker 1 (08:47):
Let's say head of Chris from.

Speaker 2 (08:50):
Gaston, South Carolina.

Speaker 7 (08:53):
We have a shot.

Speaker 1 (09:01):
Good morning, Chris. All right, get on in here amongst us,
so like we all belong on the same page here, yes, sir,
all right, let's get you through these three categories. Chris
gets you at Southern East Pets back. First, I like
to ask, have you got a pet? You got a dog, cat, lizard? Fish?

Speaker 5 (09:26):

Speaker 9 (09:26):
I have got I've got a dog, got a dog.

Speaker 1 (09:32):
Yeah, I got some.

Speaker 9 (09:33):
Chickens, but they a'm my pets.

Speaker 1 (09:34):
So you don't name your chickens.

Speaker 10 (09:36):
Yeah, I.

Speaker 1 (09:41):
Name my cows and I'm on eat.

Speaker 7 (09:43):
No, you're weird, you know.

Speaker 1 (09:47):
She's right, all right, it's just my wife will the
bugs her? Maybe that's the oh Helviss is tasting good
tonight and it's just creepy.

Speaker 10 (09:57):
Oh yeah, yeah, okay, do that?

Speaker 1 (10:03):
Okay, So well, Chris, what's your dog's name? My dog's
name is Pudgy. All right, old pudgye. We'll playing for
Pudgy so we can get him some Southern East Pets back.
So here we go, Chris. In five seconds, three things
that come in an injection ready go, yes, their vaccine

insulin and about it. That's good. And now we need
three business expenses if you were chesty love ready go
all right, meals, hotels and supplies and materials the blimen
here on aga. Alright, and now for the wind three

famous rats Ready goay Templeton, chuck e cheese and splinter.

Speaker 10 (11:00):
Oh man, that's wow. Top of your hands, Chris.

Speaker 1 (11:11):
You tell Pudgie he's got some treats coming. Buddy gets there.
I appreciate it, my man, that first time.

Speaker 11 (11:19):
Call her brother.

Speaker 1 (11:20):
All right, I'll glad you made it in. Yeah, that's Elsie.
Name her. I'm not gonna eat her though. All my.

Speaker 9 (11:29):
Family and gas done in Nursey, South Carolina.

Speaker 1 (11:32):
All right, Chris, appreciate you and yours listening to the
big show batim of the hour, top.

Speaker 2 (11:42):
Of your news.

Speaker 1 (11:43):
Get the kids up off school here and this week
tell them sting along with happy boy.

Speaker 12 (11:49):
That helps on the other side of this report.

Speaker 1 (12:25):
Good morning, it's a big show on the radio. Friday,
April twelfth, Oh no, happy boys.

Speaker 13 (12:42):
I was walking down the street on a sunny day,
feeling in my bones, says I have my wee bubble.
I'ma hap to be boys. I'm happen to be boys.
Oh we did good when things are going here. We Hey,
my little box bot got hit my car. Bubble hubbub
of Hubbo but his guns in the box and put

him in a drawer. I'ma have be boy, I'm a
happy boy. Oh in and good when things are going here?
We hey hey, oh, forgot all about it for a

month and a half. Hubbubs. I looked into the drawer
and started to laugh hub because i'ma have to be
boym have me boy. Oh in the good when things
are going here?

Speaker 1 (13:42):
We hey, hey, good Friday morning, Big shows on the radio.

Twenty minutes away from bob eyebox some special u University
of South Carolina fans. Something pretty remarkable just happened. Game
for the Oh, here's something pretty remarkable, mister Rubarb Taggy Ruby.

Speaker 4 (14:33):
Hello Americans. I'm mister Rubarb, and this is Carpool University.
Everything you need to know about an important subject in
less time than it takes for mom and dad to
drop you off at school. How's it going so far?
Today's subject economics. Now, now, don't make that face, mister

rupart makes learning fun.

Speaker 7 (14:58):
Prove it.

Speaker 4 (15:00):
There's been a lot of talk lately about how the
government needs more money to pay its bills. Some people
say we should get it by raising taxes on rich people,
After all, they.

Speaker 1 (15:09):
Can afford it. Right.

Speaker 4 (15:11):
Sounds good until you look at how the tax system works.
Let me preach on them. Say ten guys go to
a bar to have a few beers. The bill at
the end is one hundred dollars. You think each guy
would pay ten dollars. But if they paid for the
beer the way we pay taxes, it would go something

like this. The first four guys who make the least
money would pay zero dollars. Well, pretty sweet. Guy number
five would pay one dollar. Guy number six would pay
three dollars, Guy seven seven dollars, Guy eight twelve dollars,
and Guy nine nineteen dollars. Well, guy number ten, the

guy who makes the most money, would pay fifty nine dollars.
This is what people in the government called fairness. One night,
the owner of the bar says, you know what, I'm
gonna give you guys a discount for being such good customers.
Instead of one hundred dollars, from now on, your bill
will be only eighty dollars. How should the guys divide

up the twenty dollars they saved. They decided to split
the savings based on how much each guy put in before,
so now the bill would break down like this. Stay
with me. This is where it gets trigger. Guy number five,
the one who paid a dollar before, doesn't pay anything,
just like the first four guys. Guy number six, who

paid three dollars now pays two dollars. Guy number seven,
who paid seven dollars, pays five dollars. Guy number eight,
who paid twelve dollars pays nine dollars. Guy number nine,
who paid nineteen dollars pays twelve dollars. And Guy number ten,
who paid fifty nine dollars pays fifty two dollars. Everybody

is paying less. In fact, five guys are getting their
beer for free. Are they happy? Not a chance. Guy
number six says, hey, how come we saved twenty bucks but.

Speaker 1 (17:11):
I only got a dollar of it.

Speaker 4 (17:13):
Guy number seven says yeah, Guy number ten got seven
dollars back and I only got two. Guy number five says,
you think that's bad? What about me?

Speaker 1 (17:23):
I only saved a dollar.

Speaker 4 (17:25):
And this is the guy who's now getting free beer,
and the four guys who were already drinking free say
we didn't get any money back. This sucks let's all
get the rich guy. So the first nine guys beat
up Guy number ten and steal his wallet. The next
time the group meets, guy number ten doesn't show up.

When the bill comes, they find out they're fifty two
dollars short. Luckily, a Chinese guy at the end of
the bar says he'll load in the money so.

Speaker 1 (17:56):
They can keep drinking.

Speaker 4 (17:59):
And that kid, is is how America pays its taxes.
This story teaches us three things. If the United States
was a bar, a lot of people would be drinking
for free, the ones with the best deal would complain
about it the most. And if you decide to beat
up on the rich guy, you end up owing a
Chinese guy a lot of money.

Speaker 1 (18:22):
Well, look like.

Speaker 3 (18:23):
Mom's pulling up in front of the school.

Speaker 4 (18:26):
So that's it for another edition of Carpool University till
next time. This is mister Rhubarb saying. This is mister rubarb.
Now quit picking your nose, get in there and learn something,
all right.

Speaker 13 (18:47):
Test, Hey man, this is a time of challenge.

Speaker 1 (18:51):
Whenever I want to get high, I don't say no.
I just listened to John Boy and Billy who wrote this.

Speaker 5 (18:59):

Speaker 1 (19:35):
It's me. It is a Big Show on the Radio,
The Big Show Gang, Bye Bye Bob, George Us in
minutes celebrates South Carolina Women's now Shible basketball championship. An
undefeated season, something that you can keep forgiving somebody who
would love to have it. Why do you help to
make a wick? Well, how about you Crimson Tide fan, Well,

you made it till the final four. Might have a
few of those championship histories of Alabama. Frame This is
a framed deal only twenty twenty four, twenty twenty four, Maine.
It is one hundred and nineteen dollars ninety five cents.
When Nico Sports dot Com when he hit it at

the Big Show dot Com, just want to give a
shout out to the Alabama fans. You know they lost
in the final four, but they made it right there
and this commemorates that historic run. All right, all that
stuff available at the Big Show dot Com. Good morning,
Big Shows on the Radio. Coming up. We played John

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And now Bob Iye Bob from Nico Sports on the
line with us. Always something exciting for our big show listeners.
And wella Carolina did win a championship, was in North Carolina,
North Carolina State. On the men's side, South Carolina undefeated
season this year, Bob, I guess we're gonna celebrate Buddy.

Speaker 9 (21:23):
Hey, listen, John Boy and Billy. We've done a lot
of stuff over the years across the network and everything else.
This is the first one for me celebrating something for
the women's championship, never been done before by Nico Sports.
And of course the game Cocks going thirty eight, and
oh what a season. They had that eighty seven to

seventy five win earlier in the week and they just
amazing what they pulled off. It was only the tenth
time in Division one history that a female team has
gone undefeated, and Yukon did a six times, of course,
but this is a first for the game Cocks. And
you're going to want to go ahead and listen in

on this beautiful full sized licensed basketball that we're doing
to celebrate their championship, and a portion of the proceeds
will go to the Make a Wish Foundation to help
out a lot of children who have life threatening medical conditions. Now,
before I give out that eight hundred number and website
how you can get this, I do want to point
out that everything on this full size basketball is you've got.

Everything is embossed, so that makes sure that it really
looks pristine for years to come. It's not pad printed,
but it's in boss and it won't fade from sunlight
or anything like that. Now, each base basketball comes with
a number certificate of authenticity, which makes it very historic.
And only five thousand of these will ever be produced,

So these will sell out by the end of the weekend.
I can guarantee you that, because I know they're still
celebrating down there in Columbia, South Carolina and all throughout
the state. The top panel on the ball as the
national champions logo on it South Carolina logos. The second
panel lays out the entire regular season schedule and all

the games played through the postseason in March Madness, with
the score, the date, and the opponent. The third panel
has the South Carolina championship history and this is the
third national championship they've won in recent years of seven
tournaments that they played in. So Coach Don Staley really

did an amazing job this year. She lost a lot
of players the year before that moved on. There is
a lot of freshmen on that team and adas went
in and you know forced the team that they played
this week, Iowa and Caitlin she didn't have much of
a chance because she was worn out. Caitlyn Clark was

worn out when it came to the last quarter. And
you know, when you go back and look at that game,
the South Carolina bench outscored Iowa thirty seventh to nothing
and that fourth quarter, they just look like a tired team.
So congratulations to the gag Coox, the Lady Gamcocks. They
did a great, great job and they won a wonderful,

wonderful championship that I know a lot of their fans
are gonna want to go ahead and get So here's
how you can go to the eight hundred number and
the website that we've set up to order these. Again,
they're one hundred and nineteen dollars and ninety five cents each.
A portion of the proceeds will go to the Make
a Wish Foundation of South Carolina. Here's the phone number

to call, one eight hundred three four five two eight
sixty eight. That's one eight hundred three four five twenty
eight sixty eight. Or just go online to nikosports dot com,
nikcosports dot com. That's nik cosports dot com. Get yourself something,

maybe for Mother's Day, Father's Day coming up, a lot
of graduations and birthdays coming up in April and May.
You're gonna want to have this basketball to salute this
title because thirty eight and o season historic and people
will be talking about this for years to come.

Speaker 1 (25:16):
That's it, Bob. So if even if you're not a
South Carolina fan, get this, we always do that. Get
this because you know somebody who is, and it will
just make that day and or year well, you know
like this.

Speaker 9 (25:29):
You know, twelve million people watch this game wow on TV.
I mean twelve million people. Major League Baseball, NFL, all
those sports, they don't get that many fans on a
given day. So this, this game just resonated with America
and you're gonna want to have something like this to

remember it because people will be talking about this for
years to come.

Speaker 1 (25:53):
There you go, and it is beautiful Nico Sports, best
in the business, documented souvenirs. So we got to set
up as well at the Big Show dot com. You
click on the link once again. Eight hundred and three
four five twenty eight sixty eight. Thank you so much, Bob.
We love you, buddy. You have a great weekend.

Speaker 9 (26:09):
Hey, listen, you do the same. We love you guys
as well, and all the people on your network. We've
raised over the three point three million dollars now for charity,
and I know you guys have been a big part
of that. So a big shout out to everybody.

Speaker 1 (26:21):
Thank you so much, buddy, once again, make a wish.
Foundation of South Carolina benefits from this basketball. All right, Well,
let's play John Boy Jeopardy. Review yesterday's question. We found
out in eighteen ninety four this company became the first
golfer consumer coupon for its product.

Speaker 3 (26:38):
That's Coca Cola.

Speaker 1 (26:40):
Coca Cola, first lot of categories. All Right, Today's John
Boy Jeopardy. One of the factor's FEMA uses to determine
the severity of a local disaster is whether or not
locations of this popular restaurant chain.

Speaker 3 (26:55):
Are open pizza runs.

Speaker 1 (27:00):
That's guess what y'all got one eight hundred Big Show
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it next Good Friday morning, there's a big show on

the radio. We got today's feature track from the Big
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Right now, let's play Yes five, It's America, It's Tom Boy,
jepary wo and now a man who says his go
to eatery for gaging storm severity was old Cop Milton
under the riceful drawbridge.

Speaker 1 (28:12):
He's John Boyd.

Speaker 15 (28:14):
Good short.

Speaker 1 (28:18):
As I hated. Angela out of Duncan, South Carolina. Good morning, Angela.

Speaker 11 (28:23):
Hey, how you doing?

Speaker 9 (28:24):

Speaker 1 (28:25):
We are all good, welcome in here amongst us. So
all right, all right, Angela, Well you got the first
shot at this John Boy Jeopardy. So one of the
factor's FEMA users to determine the severity of a local
disaster is whether or not locations of this popular restaurant

chain or open. Is you thinking, Angela?

Speaker 11 (28:52):
Hmmm, let me give the waffle House.

Speaker 1 (28:57):
You are guessing the waffle House and you all right
that makes a lot of sense. Huh sure.

Speaker 6 (29:12):
Actually they have a pretty good storm preparedness thing going.
That's where the grills are gas and they can they
can operate without electricity and pretty much how nice?

Speaker 1 (29:25):
All right? Worked out for that, baby? You have got
your perfect outdoor combo prize back headed down to Duncan.
All right, thank you so much, Thank you, Please, I
would love to hear some more of your ais. Oh
you like the Johnny Cash and Elvis, Yeah, I.

Speaker 10 (29:47):
Loved it, loved it recorded.

Speaker 1 (29:52):
Get on, thank you baby. Why let's jump out and
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Our time caps over this Friday morning, get us alive
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Speaker 7 (35:16):
Jaun Boy and Billy Boy.

Speaker 8 (35:18):
The way the beeches played, you're seeing how much Elvis
Wade wo were the.

Speaker 7 (35:29):
Days Good morning radio done right, good morning.

Speaker 1 (36:00):
And it is Friday, April to twelve big shows on
the radio. Sense of something about ready to happen in
the playhouse as present. Those scripts are too, so let's
know that they're all right.

Speaker 13 (36:15):
Where your love too?

Speaker 1 (36:20):
All right? I don't say I go ahead, no no yet,
no no, I mean doesn't mean that stop that. Okay,
you better run up that all right now we're ready, yeah,
come on.

Speaker 18 (36:36):
Action, Welcome to John Boy and Billy Playhouse today's episode
The Fortune Teller. As our story opens, Avid golfer Frank
Seasley is sitting down with self proclaimed psychic Miss Lily
von Stoop.

Speaker 3 (37:00):
Welcome in bienvenue. Welcome? No body?

Speaker 1 (37:06):
Am I in the right place? Are you, miss Lily?

Speaker 3 (37:09):
That depends on why you're asking.

Speaker 1 (37:11):
Did the man running the Tilted world told me Miss
Lily was the most gifted psychic he'd ever come across.

Speaker 3 (37:21):
Oh, it's true, it's true.

Speaker 11 (37:25):
You have come to the white tenth mind if I
swip into something a little more comfortable.

Speaker 1 (37:32):
Great, we freshed.

Speaker 3 (37:38):
Are you here for a weading mister Wsley?

Speaker 1 (37:41):

Speaker 15 (37:41):

Speaker 1 (37:42):
Wait a minute, how did you know my name?

Speaker 9 (37:45):

Speaker 3 (37:45):
It's like the tilto well man told you, I'm very
weary gift?

Speaker 1 (37:51):
Yes, y, yeah, well he was right.

Speaker 3 (37:54):
Have a seat, mister Wesley, and win me your palm.

Speaker 1 (37:58):
Yes, ma'am, here you go.

Speaker 11 (38:00):
Hmmm, I see your marriage wine is very short.

Speaker 1 (38:08):
Uh yeah, my wife died five years ago on my
seventieth birthday.

Speaker 3 (38:11):
I know how sad.

Speaker 1 (38:13):
Oh yeah, I guess you would know that.

Speaker 3 (38:19):
No children?

Speaker 1 (38:20):
Right again, miss Lily.

Speaker 3 (38:22):
Parts of your palms are difficult to read. You have
a what of calluses?

Speaker 1 (38:28):
Yeah? Sorry, Well, since I retired, I'm spending all my
time on the golf course. It's just about my favorite
thing to do in the whole world.

Speaker 11 (38:36):
Yes, that explains your long passion wine. All right, mister
Feeswe I've seen all I need.

Speaker 3 (38:46):
I have good news and bad news to tell you.

Speaker 1 (38:49):
Well, then I'd like to hear the good news first,
if that's okay with you, I know, oh yeah.

Speaker 11 (38:57):
But the good news, mister Felee, is that your patchion
wine for golf will be carried into the afterlife. Your
eternity will take you to some of the most beautiful
courses you can imagine.

Speaker 1 (39:09):
Well that sounds great, miss Lily. So what's the bad news?

Speaker 3 (39:13):
Your first tea time is a week from Thursday. It's true,
It's true.

Speaker 1 (39:25):
Worth it. We hope you enjoy John Boy and Billy Playhouse.

Speaker 6 (39:32):
We'll tune in again next time when we'll hear the
crusty old golf pro at Heaven's Gate Country Club say hey.

Speaker 7 (39:39):
Big man, let me hold a dollar.

Speaker 3 (39:41):
Let's face it, I'm tired, h Snitzer groom.

Speaker 19 (39:47):
When it is my limit, I'll tell you this, mister
John Boy or whatever your name, I'll tell you this,
mister Syndication or whatever your name is.

Speaker 7 (40:05):
There will be no stupid quiz in heaven. I'll tell
you that

Speaker 5 (40:14):
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