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April 12, 2024 42 mins

Friday (pt 2 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 (00:24):
Are you in show business?

Speaker 2 (00:25):
Have on?

Speaker 3 (00:28):
Are you enjoying the show? Are you happy to see me?

Speaker 4 (00:38):
I love your lily bumshoe? Oh miss Lily, Oh, miss Lily.

Speaker 3 (00:44):
Why don't you send your bullets while?

Speaker 4 (00:49):
What are we doing? What kind of lives are these?
We're not there?

Speaker 5 (00:55):
No, it's a job about half pride, right. We just
halfway through this big show, gonna bang on the drum,
try to beat the blonde.

Speaker 4 (01:07):
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Speaker 5 (01:13):
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for it in minutes, but first get that Friday morning song.

Speaker 4 (01:47):
And before eleven o'clock tonight.

Speaker 2 (01:49):
Mister you better find yourself another line of work.

Speaker 5 (01:53):
This one sure don't fix your fistal it's one hundred
and six miles to Chicago.

Speaker 2 (01:58):
We got a full tank of gas, back of cigarettes.
It's dark and we're wearing sunglasses.

Speaker 6 (02:04):
Hit it.

Speaker 4 (02:11):
I hate work, I hate work.

Speaker 6 (02:12):
I hate work.

Speaker 5 (02:18):
I've been having a very bad names.

Speaker 4 (02:22):
I'm just.

Speaker 6 (02:32):
About this.

Speaker 1 (02:41):
Bay just she's gone. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (03:13):
Work, work, work, work, work, work work, man, what are
we gonna do?

Speaker 7 (03:17):
Man?

Speaker 4 (03:17):
We got to get out of here.

Speaker 1 (03:19):
We do have a light.

Speaker 4 (03:20):
I mean, do you do anything like this creepy stuff?
What do you do for fun?

Speaker 1 (03:24):
Oh no, we don't have fun.

Speaker 2 (03:26):
We just we just work.

Speaker 1 (03:27):
Here's here's our fun.

Speaker 2 (03:28):
Right, work work, work, work, work, work work work.

Speaker 7 (03:31):
Well.

Speaker 5 (03:31):
I realized my father makes a lot of money, but
you see he's not giving me any.

Speaker 7 (03:35):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (03:36):
Weekend, Saturday Sunday the time between work and war.

Speaker 7 (03:39):
Work, the time when you go out looking for happiness
and end up punched over somewhere else's toilet.

Speaker 2 (03:44):
The weekend things are at their darkest.

Speaker 6 (03:46):
Pal it's a brave man, can.

Speaker 2 (03:49):
Party all there is and taste you as.

Speaker 6 (03:55):
Cool bust off five.

Speaker 7 (04:38):
Oh no, I am not today.

Speaker 4 (04:45):
I'm having tea.

Speaker 5 (04:52):
Work work what what?

Speaker 6 (04:53):
What?

Speaker 2 (04:53):
What?

Speaker 7 (04:54):
What's what's work?

Speaker 5 (04:55):
I hate work?

Speaker 4 (04:55):
I hate work, I hate work. This dudu, what heart
beats wain ready to beat them?

Speaker 5 (05:13):
Lawn one eight hundred Big Show you told free line
across America.

Speaker 4 (05:17):
Come on, we'll get a contestant plain next week.

Speaker 5 (05:44):
Good morning, it's a big showing. The radio run is
to you Friday. Today's featured track for the Big Show
bit Box brought you by Charlotte on the Speedway and
the Coke Cola six hundred.

Speaker 4 (05:54):
Sunday, May twenty.

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at the Big.

Speaker 4 (06:04):
Show dot com. Hey right now, let's play me the Blonde.

Speaker 5 (06:10):
With our contestant out of Macon, Georgia. Say hey to Kim.

Speaker 4 (06:15):
Good morning, Kim, Good morning, John Moyes, Good morning, buddy.

Speaker 2 (06:21):
All right, Kim.

Speaker 4 (06:22):
Know what we're gonna do.

Speaker 5 (06:24):
Ask God Girl some questions. She will answer you agree
or disagree.

Speaker 4 (06:29):
Too right for too wrong?

Speaker 2 (06:31):
You win?

Speaker 4 (06:32):
Okay.

Speaker 3 (06:32):
Don't have any married ones? Break the married question?

Speaker 8 (06:38):
Okay?

Speaker 4 (06:39):
All right, ell tayer.

Speaker 5 (06:41):
Are most of the people who go to newdis camps?
Or are most of the people who go to New
Diess camps?

Speaker 4 (06:49):
You were right? Are they married? So we got your
naked and a marriage question here.

Speaker 3 (06:57):
I don't know, Hey, Jackie, when you go to camp.

Speaker 9 (06:59):
Or most of the people there, Yep, the answer is yes,
they are married.

Speaker 5 (07:07):
You know there was a phone a friend, Cam Taylor says, yes,
most are married.

Speaker 4 (07:14):
Do you agree?

Speaker 10 (07:17):
I don't have to agree on that, and.

Speaker 5 (07:19):
You are agreeing that that's the thing to do. Yes,
they're most married and most have children.

Speaker 6 (07:26):
Wow.

Speaker 4 (07:26):
Two Wow, there you go. Aren't those kids proud?

Speaker 1 (07:31):
Pre you going this weekend?

Speaker 6 (07:34):
All right?

Speaker 4 (07:35):
One ride?

Speaker 5 (07:36):
One more ride, Jim, and you snagged the Southern East
Pets back Tayler. According to the experts, it is okay
to freeze your per simmons.

Speaker 9 (07:47):
Well, no, Johnbo, you're old enough to know you should
always dress warm enough to protect your.

Speaker 4 (07:52):
For simmons, protect you.

Speaker 3 (07:58):
I say that, No, it's not okay to freeze them.

Speaker 5 (08:01):
No, it is not okay to freeze your persimmons. Kim,
do you agree or disagree?

Speaker 2 (08:09):
Well?

Speaker 10 (08:09):
I got two percent trees in my backyard by the lake,
and they get kind of douicy when Nigga ripe.

Speaker 5 (08:15):
I'd say, I agree, you agree that you should not
freeze your persimmons.

Speaker 4 (08:22):
I can't remember what you said.

Speaker 3 (08:23):
No, you shouldn't freeze them.

Speaker 6 (08:24):
No, and that is no.

Speaker 5 (08:27):
Yes, they say, actually it makes them taste better. How
about that, Kim, you might have to try that now, yes,
stupid man growing up?

Speaker 4 (08:38):
Oh, I love him things. I've never eaten one. Now
now if you get a bad one, it'll turn your
mouth inside out.

Speaker 1 (08:45):
Yeah you eat it all?

Speaker 4 (08:47):
Yeah, yeah, back and then like a great.

Speaker 5 (08:52):
Orange.

Speaker 4 (08:53):
Oh man, it's the best pudding. You remember.

Speaker 5 (08:55):
Me and Mary always talk about Frankie my mom and
Annie May his mama was to him and pudding.

Speaker 4 (09:02):
Oh so good.

Speaker 5 (09:05):
Okay, anyway, Kim, I'll buy some simmons from He's got
the lake, all right, So here you go.

Speaker 4 (09:13):
All right.

Speaker 5 (09:13):
They're gonna win it or lose it on this question.
So Mar said, did the ancient kings of Egypt know
what a pair was?

Speaker 7 (09:21):
Oh?

Speaker 3 (09:22):
Yeah, clear, Patrick showed him all the time they eat pears. No,
they didn't know what a pair was.

Speaker 5 (09:32):
They did not know what a pair was back in
ancient Egypt. Kim, agree or disagree.

Speaker 10 (09:39):
I'm just gonna take a guess, and I disagree.

Speaker 4 (09:42):
And you disagree, and that.

Speaker 3 (09:46):
I said, no, they didn't know what they are.

Speaker 4 (09:48):
No, they did, and that was the thing to do.

Speaker 3 (09:55):
And Jackie said, the nude people are married.

Speaker 4 (09:58):
Have you ever played this game before?

Speaker 3 (10:01):
Yeah, I think he likes the way I'm answering.

Speaker 4 (10:04):
Maybe he's just used to not listening to THEO.

Speaker 5 (10:10):
So yeah, so it looks like Kim didn't win then
all right, that's why that's great. And by the way,
the ancient kings of Egypt they love pears and even
painted pictures of them in their tombs.

Speaker 3 (10:23):
Well, I've never been to Egypt. I'm sorry.

Speaker 4 (10:26):
We must start playing more intention caim.

Speaker 5 (10:29):
Good work, buddy, Southern East Pets pack head down to making.

Speaker 10 (10:32):
For you fantastic. Hey, listen, the last time I called
was my first call and I didn't get moved.

Speaker 4 (10:38):
Oh less mood. Yeah, there we go, there go bottom
of the hour on top of your news. Yeah oh yeah,
that's right. Special Clinton Friday saw back.

Speaker 5 (11:00):
We well, good morning, it's a big show on the radio.

Speaker 4 (11:37):
We love by Friday Morning songs. You're gonnah oh yeah yeah, yeah. Here,
we're sorry about what.

Speaker 5 (11:50):
I'd call Clinton Obama in last week or so to
raise some money for him.

Speaker 4 (11:56):
Right, let's you said?

Speaker 8 (11:56):
Man?

Speaker 5 (11:57):
Alright, Clinton back on the scene. Gotta player favorite Friday
song from today. All you got it is a Clinton mamba.

Speaker 8 (12:07):
Uh, mister President, your wife called. She's busy in New York.
She won't be coming home this book.

Speaker 7 (12:13):
Little thanks Betty. Okay, fellas, it's party time. One, two, three,
four five, everybody in the limo. Come on, let's ride
to the Lecu store around the corner the wife's.

Speaker 4 (12:25):
Side of town.

Speaker 7 (12:25):
So I think I really won'ta call some names from
my little black book guaranteed to make this party cook.
We'll call Angela and Pamela and Buffy and Vicki, and
for you know it, everything will be freaky.

Speaker 4 (12:38):
We're gonna throw it down, then we're gonna pick it up.

Speaker 7 (12:41):
These girls a cue. That's a little speckle puff. I
know I said that I learned my lesson, but I
just can't keep from messing. A little bit of Monica
in my life.

Speaker 4 (12:51):
A little bit of Erica.

Speaker 7 (12:53):
By my side, a little bit of Rider if you please,
a little bit of teen she's a sleez, A little
bit of Sandrup she's so funky. A little bit of
Mary she's kind of chunky. A little bit of Jessica's
what I see a little bit of break from.

Speaker 8 (13:09):
He'llovery, mister President, the girl from cools right in, sir, all.

Speaker 4 (13:18):
Right, setting them right in. Hey, girls, come on in,
y'all are looking good?

Speaker 2 (13:25):
Hey?

Speaker 7 (13:25):
Those chicken wings, yeah, put them on the conference table
right over there. Hey, y'all want to see the war
room jump up and down and move it all around.
Put your hands in the air. Ifo you clothes on
the ground, then climb on board and we'll have fun.
Wanna take a ride on Air Force one. We'll fly
so high we'll touch the sky, and if we get caught,

(13:48):
we'll lie a little bit of Sandy on my lap.
A little bit of Tiffany she likes wrap. A little
bit of red up if you please. A little bit
of tne up she's asleep. He's a little bit of
Sandra on the fly. A little bit of Mary on
the sly, a little bit of Jessica raising cane, a

(14:08):
little break from that old ball and.

Speaker 8 (14:10):
Chain and the president diplomatic souse. You probably can make
her just to ride, so all right?

Speaker 6 (14:21):
What that baby up?

Speaker 4 (14:22):
Hey, we'll see me in Hell.

Speaker 7 (14:39):
Smooth.

Speaker 5 (14:41):
A little bit of Monica in the house, a.

Speaker 7 (14:44):
Little bit of something on her blouse, a little bit
of red she's a gold.

Speaker 4 (14:50):
A little bit of Tina she's a hoe.

Speaker 6 (14:52):
A little bit of signed up on the desk, A
little bit.

Speaker 7 (14:56):
Of Marry she's the best, A little bit of Jessica
in my life, A great.

Speaker 4 (15:01):
Big secret from my wife.

Speaker 7 (15:04):
Hey, girls, me and you, I can get you all
a job at Revlon too.

Speaker 4 (15:10):
You know me. I love the freak. See you babe
the same time next week.

Speaker 8 (15:16):
Alright, uh's president us just call you will be arriving
after all.

Speaker 7 (15:26):
Oh, okay, everybody, crist this mode cross the moke crap,
this place hurt.

Speaker 4 (15:35):
Hey, honey, welcome home.

Speaker 5 (16:04):
Good morning, and it's been showing the radio. I said,
when you're connected over red hot.

Speaker 4 (16:10):
Talent in the world.

Speaker 6 (16:17):
Hello over at Hot Town Incorporating.

Speaker 4 (16:20):
Hey, is this Murray?

Speaker 6 (16:21):
No, this is wonder world.

Speaker 4 (16:23):
You doing answering your own phone?

Speaker 6 (16:24):
Man? We're seal she's taking the day off.

Speaker 1 (16:27):
Is she sick?

Speaker 2 (16:27):
No? No, no, no.

Speaker 6 (16:28):
Her younger sisters at the hospital having a baby.

Speaker 4 (16:31):
Really well, tell her congratulations.

Speaker 6 (16:33):
Oh I don't think that's such a good idea. Why
not think about it, babe, Her youngest sister is having
a baby. How do you think that makes her feel?
I mean, she's been searching for a man to raise
a family with since she was sixteen years old. She's
been stuck in a hopeless rut for the last thirty years.
Do you have any idea what that's like? Wait, of
course you do, Sorry, babe, I forgot who I was

(16:53):
talking to.

Speaker 5 (16:55):
So if Sal's been looking for a man since she
was sixteen, and that was thirty years ago, that would.

Speaker 6 (17:00):
Make her really mad if she found out I shod
those numbers.

Speaker 4 (17:04):
You're like a one man band around there today.

Speaker 6 (17:07):
Hunh oh. Yeah, and we got big stuff happening too,
bab just signed a high profile new client from the
world of TV who only became available a few days ago.

Speaker 4 (17:16):
Oh yeah, who is it?

Speaker 6 (17:17):
Gary Busey?

Speaker 4 (17:19):
Gary Bucy?

Speaker 6 (17:21):
What's wrong with Gary Busey?

Speaker 4 (17:23):
That's what a lot of people are saying. This guy's
kind of a loose cannon.

Speaker 6 (17:28):
Oh like, I've never signed a loose cannon.

Speaker 4 (17:30):
What did you watch Celebrity Apprentice? It was a train wreck?

Speaker 6 (17:34):
Oh like, I've never signed a train rep you ever?

Speaker 4 (17:36):
Come on? This guy looks like he's about six months
from killing somebody.

Speaker 6 (17:40):
Oh like, I've never signed a guy six months before
he killed them by What kind of.

Speaker 4 (17:44):
Gig could you possibly get for Gary Busey?

Speaker 6 (17:46):
Well, since you asked, I am pitching him for a
new TV sickcom Gary plays a wacky stay at home
dad who gets in all kinds of trouble with his
best friend Ethel. It's called I Love Bucy. Sounds like
a well, I've also got some feelos out to the
James Bond people.

Speaker 4 (18:04):
Gary Busey as James Bond.

Speaker 6 (18:06):
Oh, of course not. He'd be playing Double O seven's
arch enemy Bucy Galore, an evil genius that's on conquering
the worlds. I don't know, Hey, if I could talk
him into a sex change, he could be the mysterious
theem Fatale Optabusy.

Speaker 4 (18:23):
Not his name is not just a pun on his
last name.

Speaker 6 (18:26):
Well let's see. Uh there's a spokesmotal gig for a
non dairy dessert topping called Bucy Whip. I'll take a
well scoff if you will my ball, that young friend.
But I'll have you know I have a long track
record of turning marginal talent into well known household names
like who like Antonio Santa Flush Salvador, Neeo Sport, Kathleen

(18:49):
Midall and my all time greatest success, mister Peter Viagra.
Trust me Chimbo. I know what I'm doing, but hold
on a bigger name on the other line.

Speaker 4 (18:58):
Who is it?

Speaker 6 (18:59):
I don't know picked up the phone yet.

Speaker 4 (19:00):
Then how do you know it's a bigger name.

Speaker 6 (19:02):
Because it's not usually Maybe that's what the last thing? Later,
have your machine call my machine and give my little
to Bobby. That's belly, am killing Jimbo? What call me? You?

Speaker 4 (19:14):
More than everybody? The Big Show is on the radio.
Still a lot more coming at you.

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(20:18):
Give the Way.

Speaker 5 (20:22):
It's a big shone the radio. Wonderful Thing, give away
time every Friday. Back now we joll a lucky winner.
It's gone boys, wonderful thing of the week. This is
wonderful Thing number ninety nine at number fourteen, Tony Stewart
bass car Fishing Lore, still in its original box. Let's

(20:43):
see who the lucky listener is. Whoa I remember talking
about Colorado earlier today it's Colorado Day and our winner
is from Greeley, Colorado.

Speaker 4 (20:59):
Thomas Lee.

Speaker 5 (21:02):
Thomas, congratulations, what a day for you to win a
wonderful thing?

Speaker 2 (21:07):
All right?

Speaker 4 (21:08):
Then, yeah, later this afternoon, ran to have a next
wonderful thing. Have a picture up for you. I brought
it in.

Speaker 5 (21:14):
It's a partially unrolled John Boyn Billy Fan Club T shirt.
They're bound to happen moving those red little they compacted
for us to shoot down in the candy, you know,
so you can see a picture of it, but little unrolled.

Speaker 12 (21:28):
The rest of the way when you get it or
when we're packing it. We're not sure if we're gonna
be gentle. Of course we will, So there you go.
Red sure to win that. Meet you here one week
from right now.

Speaker 5 (21:39):
See who wins wonderful thing one hundred Yeah, good morning,
Big shows on the radio coming up.

Speaker 4 (21:51):
We play worthy word win.

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in minutes. Right now, it's our Friday sports guru Tom
sore Ands and good morning.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
Tom, Good morning Tom boy.

Speaker 4 (22:13):
How are you well doing? Good body? All right?

Speaker 5 (22:16):
Well, so go back and look in the final four
in a second. But first, uh wait, trudge on here.
This springtime one of our favorite weeks. The Masters down
in Augusta.

Speaker 13 (22:29):
Yeah, I just uh, you know, I went the first
time and I was just mesmerized. I mean, it was
prettier than I thought it would be. It was hillier,
it was. I've been to golf tournament see US Open,
where you're just crammed in and they don't sell so
many tickets that you feel like you're going to be overrun.

Speaker 2 (22:48):
And it really is.

Speaker 13 (22:50):
And I'm not just saying this because of the open
bar in the press room, but it really is one
of the great events I've ever covered, I've ever attended.
So it's uh, it's a pretty cool time, man.

Speaker 5 (23:00):
This is pretty watching it on TV, you know, just
bringing time down there is just just wonderful. I've been
to a GUS and not doing the Masters, of course,
and yeah, boy, I get I get worn out walking
that course.

Speaker 4 (23:13):
Too, man, worn out walking to the building.

Speaker 5 (23:16):
Well, I know, but jolly, I mean there's a lot
of heels, like Tom said, and really you don't realize
it to you do you get there?

Speaker 4 (23:22):
I guess.

Speaker 2 (23:24):
Yeah, you need kind of a sherpa if you're some people.

Speaker 13 (23:28):
But it's just you know, I would show up really
early and just so I could kind of have the
place almost to myself and just walk around and just
get a feel for it, and just the beauty of
the place.

Speaker 2 (23:39):
As good as it looks on TV, looks better in
real life.

Speaker 5 (23:43):
All right, Well, looking at Tiger Woods is gonna play
this year? How many times has he been at the Masters? Now?

Speaker 2 (23:50):
Tom Man twenty he'll be starting his twenty sixth.

Speaker 4 (23:53):
Twenty six times and he's forty eight years old, And
I say, you got it, He's He's on five of them.
So most most active wins right there.

Speaker 2 (24:04):
Only Jack has more.

Speaker 13 (24:06):
And uh, it looked for a long time like you know,
Tiger was just gonna blow it away and then he
just hit that slump, and you know, I had the
physical difficulties. But he says he's feeling good.

Speaker 2 (24:16):
And he will draw Nobody will draw as big a
crowd as he does.

Speaker 4 (24:22):
So who have you got to win at all.

Speaker 2 (24:26):
I'm biased because I like the guy.

Speaker 13 (24:28):
But Rory McElroy, this will be McElroy's the second ring
player in the world. This will be his sixteenth Masters
and he's never won. He's come close. And he is
a guy that you would like and that big show
listeners would like because you know the early days down there.

(24:48):
Uh just he's the kind of guy you can just
go up to and talk to and he you know,
what do you do? How do you spend your time
down here? He said, Oh man, he said, I got
some buts here from Ireland and he said we'd play
touch football on the street.

Speaker 2 (25:02):
And I'm thinking, you know, you could hear you could see.

Speaker 13 (25:04):
The headlines breaking Rory Poll's muscle, running fly pattern well
miss Masters.

Speaker 2 (25:10):
But he had a great game. But you know, it's
a regular guy thing to do.

Speaker 13 (25:15):
And he didn't have his caddy block and Forman's just
out there with the fellas and he's playing and I
just thought that was a.

Speaker 2 (25:21):
Really cool thing.

Speaker 13 (25:22):
And he doesn't he doesn't make a big deal out
of himself as good as he is, as accomplished as
he is.

Speaker 2 (25:28):
It's talking to you guys. I mean, he just is
a regular guy.

Speaker 4 (25:31):
I would love to see him win that too.

Speaker 5 (25:33):
Tom So well, look back in the final four, I
know you had Yukon to win it all, and they
sure did. Man, they run roughshot over the whole brackets,
didn't they They did, and it.

Speaker 2 (25:44):
Was it was never close.

Speaker 13 (25:46):
I mean, Alabama game a game for a while. Alabama
is a really good scoring team. But then Connecticut, Wait
a second, were you con And they play such good defense,
and they have so many guys who can score, and
they are really well coached, and they were one of
the best teams I've seen in a long long time.

(26:06):
And you know, it was the average margin the men's
tournament was higher than it's been in a long long time.

Speaker 2 (26:14):
But we had our upsets.

Speaker 13 (26:15):
You know, we had the really cool one. We had Oakland,
you know, commuter school out of Michigan. They sent Kentucky home,
and they sent John Kelipari to Arkansas he left that job.

Speaker 2 (26:26):
And we had our moments. We had our upsets.

Speaker 13 (26:29):
We had NC State just in DJ Burns making it
to the final four. Mean, we had we had some
good stuff.

Speaker 5 (26:37):
And the women's final four, we got to mention this
for the first time ever, out drew viewers more than
the men in the National Championship Game.

Speaker 2 (26:48):
Yeah, they were just and even more than that.

Speaker 13 (26:51):
According to ESPN, the championship game was the most watched
basketball game men's or women's college or.

Speaker 2 (27:00):
NBA in the last five years.

Speaker 13 (27:02):
I heard that and I said, wait a second, I
don't quite believe that, but you look at the numbers
and it's true. And they just kept growing and growing.
And Caitlyn Clarkott Iowa and you and I talked last time.
I mean, it's not like you set your schedule to
watch women's basketball. I mean I never have, but this
was the first time. Or you talk about you and

(27:24):
Jackie saying we can do it tonight, we're gonna We're
gonna watch a women's game.

Speaker 2 (27:27):
And that's you know, it's pretty cool.

Speaker 13 (27:29):
If you got a mom, if you had a sister,
if you had a daughter, if you had a granddaughter,
you want them to have opportunities and.

Speaker 2 (27:36):
Get paid for it through NIL. So that's what we're seeing.

Speaker 5 (27:41):
Pretty cool, all right. Well, the NBA Playing Tournament begins
next Tuesday. We'll see what happens with that. Pull them
a Golden State, waved Stephan, get them back in there
again in the NFL Draft thirteen days away. We'll have
time to look into that, all right, Tom, thank you
so much, buddy. We appreciate you. You have a great weekend.

Speaker 2 (28:00):
Everybody there too, and thank you.

Speaker 4 (28:02):
All right, my boy.

Speaker 5 (28:02):
Ai y'all, Let's play our wordy word game one eight
hundred Big Show you told free line. We'll get a
couple contestants play next. Good morning, that's a big show

(28:35):
on the radio. Wrote to do your Friday, April twelfth.
Today's feature track from the Big Show bid Box brought
you by shot him motor Speedway in the co Cola
six hundred having Sunday, May twenty six, Marvin Webster black
slang for white people, sirspe keyword slang hit the Big
Box at the Big Show dot com.

Speaker 4 (28:55):
And right out and everybody's head about the bed. Don't
take the wordy, We don't word anywhere.

Speaker 5 (29:01):
Let's meet the contestants. We got Chris Ronold Virginia. Good morning, Chris,
Good morning, John boy, how you doing loo.

Speaker 4 (29:10):
Good buddy, totally awesome.

Speaker 2 (29:13):
Talk him in.

Speaker 7 (29:13):
Here, long time listener, first time calling.

Speaker 5 (29:16):
All right, let me get the cow out right, I
go a's elsaid with Chris right, and then we got
Houston from Greenville, South Carolina.

Speaker 4 (29:26):
Good morning, Houston, good morning, good morning. Hey all right.

Speaker 5 (29:31):
Boys, welcome so Houston. You're gonna be on Tator's team.

Speaker 4 (29:35):
Me and Chris together there.

Speaker 3 (29:38):
I call you Houston or Holston.

Speaker 5 (29:41):
H call me how?

Speaker 8 (29:42):
How?

Speaker 6 (29:42):
How?

Speaker 4 (29:43):
All right?

Speaker 7 (29:44):
Yeah?

Speaker 4 (29:45):
I was counting on. Jackie had spelled his name right
and everything. Baby you did?

Speaker 7 (29:53):
All right?

Speaker 5 (29:54):
So all right, so hound Tator, you'all relaxed for a second.
Let me and Chris see what we can do for
the thirty seconds. All right, Chris, are you ready?

Speaker 2 (30:04):
I'm ready?

Speaker 5 (30:04):
John boyd okay, wow, start the clock now, I say, oh,
you're good, little boy.

Speaker 4 (30:10):
You blank him on the head with your hand. Yes,
rhymes with it. Not a dog, it's a uh frog
rhymes with it. No, the other one, the first one?
Rhyming the what was the first one? What was the
first one? You just said?

Speaker 6 (30:29):
Oh?

Speaker 4 (30:31):
Yes, Pat okay, and a cat. You wear this on
your head hat? Yes, okay, you're not skinny, you are fat? Yeah,
all right, throw me off air a little bit. There's
a better panic, y'all. Look at your shoes.

Speaker 1 (30:47):
That's gonna happen.

Speaker 4 (30:51):
On the board, I said, rhyming is up? Did he
say a word that he was rhyming with rhyming, I
got you have the point for that. Yeah, you really
don't have to think that hard now, all right, buddy.

Speaker 3 (31:06):
Deciphering you.

Speaker 4 (31:07):
Okay, let's see what Dater and Hal can do for there.

Speaker 7 (31:10):
Round one?

Speaker 4 (31:11):
You ready, how I am? And go?

Speaker 3 (31:14):
This is what you call a child with no parents
or uh huh rhyme.

Speaker 6 (31:20):
Uh?

Speaker 3 (31:20):
You dig a hole with this? I'm sorry, you're not
rubbing shovel.

Speaker 6 (31:23):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (31:23):
Uh.

Speaker 9 (31:24):
And you cut wood or you cut a branch with this,
and you eat these at a bowl game, not a hamburger,
and you store your Christmas stuff up in this in
your house at it and the the queen's son print
and you tie your tie rope.

Speaker 1 (31:44):
Into a what not?

Speaker 2 (31:47):
Wow?

Speaker 5 (31:48):
Man seven on the board. Seemed like about a minute
and a half.

Speaker 4 (31:56):
Padding on me over you and you think it for her?

Speaker 2 (32:01):
All right?

Speaker 5 (32:01):
Well, how good job. May y'all take the lead by three? Yes,
good work, Dator Chris. We need some poets right now,
so are you ready?

Speaker 6 (32:10):
I'm ready to go?

Speaker 5 (32:11):
Okay, starting the clock. Now, you get this on the
outside of a pie?

Speaker 4 (32:17):
Yes, uh huh? All right, let's go eat supper another
word for supper let's eat dinner. Yeah, uh huh. All right,
you breathe. You have two of these in your body
and they breathe. Yeah, uh huh. You cut the grass
with your lower what kind of more mower? Yes? Uh
huh uh. The opposite of the toe of your shoe
is the heel. Yes, uh huh. You climb one of

(32:41):
these to get on the roof mountain?

Speaker 2 (32:43):
No, no ladder?

Speaker 4 (32:44):
Yes, good work?

Speaker 5 (32:47):
All right, grass, We're put a six four ten, how tater? Well,
this brothers just be a walk in a park for y'all.
Three will tie, four will win down in my mind, man,
ready go all right?

Speaker 4 (33:04):
Cash?

Speaker 3 (33:04):
Who is one of these an all night?

Speaker 1 (33:07):
Yes?

Speaker 3 (33:08):
Rhymes with it. A dog of many breeds is called
a what.

Speaker 9 (33:12):
He's got, he's got, he's he's not, he's not h Yeah,
he's got all these different breeds in him.

Speaker 3 (33:16):
He's a what just a raggedy old lut? Yeah, rise
with it. This is your stomach is another another name
of your stomach.

Speaker 4 (33:23):
You got a beer gut?

Speaker 1 (33:26):
U rise with it.

Speaker 3 (33:27):
You get your your hair shortened, you get a hair.

Speaker 4 (33:31):
Cut cut for the wind.

Speaker 3 (33:38):
I've been due, I've been doing win.

Speaker 4 (33:42):
Oh dog going it?

Speaker 1 (33:43):
Chris up and rowing up.

Speaker 4 (33:44):
We gotta get you to try again. Man, you're good play.
We came up a little short.

Speaker 7 (33:49):
Hey anytime, anytime, awesome.

Speaker 4 (33:52):
Budd appreciate you listening.

Speaker 5 (33:53):
Man.

Speaker 4 (33:54):
And how down to Greenville. You got one hundred and
twenty dollars worth of bull snot products headed you all right?
Thank you? All right?

Speaker 5 (34:02):
Mane Good morning, got a big show on the radio.
It is bit request time. Caleb Atkins from Beckley, West
Virginia says, Hey, man, could you guys run that top
ten out of Taylor's outfits. My wife needs to hear that.
All right, A good deal, we got it for you, Caleb,

(34:24):
get your wife bought the radios coming up next. Good morning,

(34:52):
got a big show on the radio. Something you would
like to hear around this time Monday through Friday. It's
the line at the Big Show dot com. Caleb Atkins
out of Beckley, West Virginia. Because of this this morning,
he wants his wife to hear it.

Speaker 4 (35:07):
So here we go, Caleb.

Speaker 6 (35:09):
Well.

Speaker 11 (35:10):
One of the most familiar things about the Era's tour
by Taylor Swift is the shiny, spangly silver outfit she
wears on stage at most of the shows.

Speaker 4 (35:20):
Not sure how you describe it.

Speaker 11 (35:21):
We're fixing to try Today's Big Show.

Speaker 4 (35:24):
Top ten list.

Speaker 11 (35:24):
Top ten things Taylor Swift is dressed for in her
on stage outfit. Number ten being shut out of a cannon.
Number nine being sought in half by a magician. Number
eight holding the lion tamer's hat while he gets in
the cage with the lion. Number seven marching with a

(35:49):
color guard during halftime at the Iron Boards. Number six
dancing behind Ruth Buzzy and Joe Anne were on laugh.

Speaker 2 (36:00):
In in nineteen sixty eight.

Speaker 11 (36:05):
Number five selling cigarettes in front of Caesar's Palace before
Evil Knieval jumps the fountain in nineteen sixty.

Speaker 4 (36:12):
Seven, cigars cigarettes, Tibrillo.

Speaker 11 (36:16):
Number four whacking Nancy Kerrigan and the knee before the
nineteen ninety two Winter Olympics.

Speaker 4 (36:25):
Number three posing for the.

Speaker 11 (36:27):
Oscuse Oscar statue in nineteen twenty eight, Number two posing
for the new Rolls Royce Hood ornament in nineteen eleven,
and the number one thing Taylor Swift is dressed for
picking up a two million dollar check after tonight's concert.

Speaker 5 (37:19):
Good Morning, It's a Big Show on the radio. Y'all
feeds your track for the Big Show. Fit box Yo
listen to keep for yourself. Just search a big box
keyword slang. It's Marvin Webster.

Speaker 7 (37:34):
Yoh, what's up? Oh, y'all doing well? Let's see old
don Iramus did something this month. For the first time
in American history, he kept the NCAA Women's basketball tournament
on the front page for two solid You know, usually
it gets like ten seconds on Sports Center right for
the first commercial break one time a year. Oh this year.
The whole first half of April was a nappy headed

(37:56):
hold down. I mean, I don't like to get political,
you know me and how I do things, But you know,
let me just say this about don Imus Man. Looked
like that got a lot of nerve making fun of
somebody else's hair. Don Imas got the perfect face for radio,
looked like Abraham Lincoln and Chewbacca had a kid. And
by saying can you believe it took him off TV?

(38:16):
I can't believe they put him on TV? Now, did
he go over the line? Probably? Should he have got
fired for it? I say no, See, they want to
teach him a lesson what they ought to do. They
should put him back on the radio and then make
Al Sharpton his co host and it could be like
the Imus and Andy show. I think we could all
learn a thing or two from that. The main problem

(38:38):
with Imus where he messed up. He ain't been keeping
up with the rules for white people using slang words
that originated in the African American community. And of course,
rule number one is a white man over the age
of fifty is not allowed to use black slang under
any circumstances. I'm sorry, y'all. It's like a fat girl
in a thong. It don't fit and it's pain for

(39:00):
the look at. Outside of that, generally, it becomes okay
for white people to use a piece of black slang
six months after the last black person in America stops
using all right, or two weeks after Will Smith uses
it for a song time, which she's pretty much the
same thing. So in other words, getting jiggy with it

(39:20):
is perfectly okay. You know, all that is okay, and
peeps is no problem, and heezy and for shee'sy y'all
have at it. That's how our role. This is kind
of newing that was gonna be okay as of June fifteenth.
I just got the word to hear there was a
brother in Detroit holding out on that and let's talk
about oh no you didn't and don't go there, girlfriend,

(39:44):
those two are okay for white women and white gay men.
You know, straight white guys. Y'all probably want to stay
away from both of those. Love white folks been wondering
about Hell to the know, it's become real popular. A
bunch of y'all learned that from Whitney. Of course, her
and broke up. The show got canceled, so Hell to
the no is okay as of May thirty. First, you know,

(40:05):
you might want to make a note of that. Now,
anything with fizzle on the end, you know, that could
be a problem. You know, Normally it's okay, except you know,
for something like nizzle, because you know, it's like pig lattin,
it does mean something else. Yeah, it's too close to
the line, you know, because see, if we give you
nizzle and some fool is gonna start freestyling, and next thing,
you know, people be saying stuff like jigabizzle and that

(40:27):
ain't gonna fly. All right, nappy headed hose. You know
the phrasing question this month, that one is off limits
for at least another five years. We refer to that
as the Imus rule. And of course it goes without
saying the N word, not the phrase. The actual word
will never be approved for Caucasian use, at least not officially. Now,

(40:49):
I don't care how cool you are. Yeah, yeah, I
know Dave Chappelle says it all the time. I know
y'all love Dave. We love Dave too. But see, you
know when y'all use that word, it don't sound like Chappelle.
It sounded like Kramer at the laugh fact. Plus, you know,
the N word technically that is a white word that
we took back from y'all a couple of years ago.
So that's a special case. And now don't complain to me.

(41:12):
I don't make the rules, all right, all right? You know,
if you have a question about a specific word and
or a phrase, what you need to do is ask
your black friend if you have one. See, the Home
Office puts out a rundown every month of black phrases
that are officially approved for use by white people. Most
of us are on the mailand list, so we can
look it up for you if you needs too, Black people,

(41:33):
we'll hear the help. Y'all think about it. Don Marve Wiz.

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