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May 14, 2024 30 mins

Tuesday (pt 1 of 2): On today’s Late Riser’s Podcast, we’ve got a roundup of Dumb Crooks.. - A visit with comedian Pat Godwin.. - Randy tells his troubles with the County Tax Office.. - Hoyt tells us about Delbert’s new dog.. - Pillars explains why he had to quit taking singing lessons.. - Ike Turner dips into the mailbag and dispenses his unique brand of advice.. - We tell why you never, ever want John Boy in your passenger seat.. - and we’ll close things out with a request for “The Other Pirate Joke” - and a letter from a listener..

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Speaker 1 (00:04):
Good morning. You got a big show on the radio.

Speaker 2 (00:07):
More chance for you to win coming up after your
news weathers barts by.

Speaker 3 (00:11):
This is Spanjordi arts in all today.

Speaker 4 (00:14):
From Hammer Langerford, Norway.

Speaker 1 (00:19):
After around to kick the Wolverine.

Speaker 4 (00:21):
There's nothing like sitting back, drinking a great big Harring
smoothie and listening to the Big Show with John Boy
and Bealey. There's a bond in this one.

Speaker 1 (01:06):
And good morning.

Speaker 2 (01:07):
The Big Show is right here on that darn radio
that's going off early in the balling everybody and your
pet's wonderful. Oh man, What in the wide world of
sports is going on around here?

Speaker 1 (01:24):
They're cushing in USA today? What about basketball?

Speaker 3 (01:30):
Oh man? Oh man?

Speaker 2 (01:31):
Can't we all just get along, you know, just sit
here and be a big family, be a big sports family.

Speaker 1 (01:36):
See, in sports, there's gonna be stuff.

Speaker 2 (01:39):
There's gonna be winners, there's gonna be losers, and uh,
there's gonna be obnoxious chicks on the sidelines, gonna be
in knopsis reporters write that down.

Speaker 1 (01:52):
I'm just doing it phonetically. I can't be assure the spelling, but.

Speaker 2 (01:57):
You must, great guy, ye Monoptic performers all over the
place man, it's.

Speaker 1 (02:06):
Okay, got it? I wonderful? All right, let's see what
we gotta go.

Speaker 2 (02:16):
Yeah, we'll be giving you legs up playing at first contest,
which is outbursts.

Speaker 5 (02:20):
Nobody touching, nobody, isn't he wonderful?

Speaker 1 (02:27):
Good morning?

Speaker 2 (02:27):
A big show is right here on the radio, giving
you legs up for our outburst game. We get our
categories from these dates and histories. Alright, millivanli lip syncer,
fabrous morphon.

Speaker 1 (02:39):
Look at look, look at how long these legs up?

Speaker 3 (02:41):
Are you?

Speaker 1 (02:42):
Brandy? No better do this to you when you're hurting?

Speaker 2 (02:44):
Oh man, Oh hey, Randy, glad you can make it.
I'm just kidding. I know it was ruffle morning boy.
That's why I didn't lay on you too hard.

Speaker 3 (02:51):
Can't wait here.

Speaker 6 (02:52):
I'm buying a walk in freezer from my house. What
are you gonna do? I'm gonna have my wife.

Speaker 2 (02:58):
You know, if you're playing on killing your wife, you
really shouldn't broadcast it all day.

Speaker 1 (03:02):
Then I want everybody to know.

Speaker 7 (03:05):
And then I'm gonna buy a wood chipper, and I
don't go around town.

Speaker 1 (03:10):
You're gonna mulcher just a little of the.

Speaker 7 (03:12):
Time, you know, like every six months or so, take
a toe, you know.

Speaker 1 (03:17):
Yeah, could I borrow some over from our domated plants?

Speaker 7 (03:22):
Well, depends on which part you want, because you know,
I gotta go a little at of time.

Speaker 2 (03:27):
Spread the lover in h All right, well let's let's
get through these legs up here before we can talk
about your problems.

Speaker 1 (03:34):

Speaker 3 (03:34):

Speaker 2 (03:35):
Rob Pilates is the one that died the other Milli Vanilli?

Speaker 5 (03:39):
Yeah, Milli is one that died Vanilla.

Speaker 8 (03:41):

Speaker 2 (03:42):
Remember it was nineteen ninety. Milli Vanilli was stripped of
a Grammy Award for the album Girl.

Speaker 1 (03:47):
You know it's.

Speaker 5 (03:48):
True because apparently it wasn't.

Speaker 6 (03:50):
Isn't that such an ironic title?

Speaker 1 (03:52):
Yeah it is, Girl, you know it's true.

Speaker 2 (03:54):
And they didn't sing a word on that album, right,
and in their concerts they picked them out because well
they were freaky looking enough.

Speaker 5 (04:01):
Yeah, then one of them took the Grammys and then gutstrip.

Speaker 9 (04:06):
Wouldn't you be sweating it out just you know, having
a best selling song, you know, and then you get
nominated for a Grammy.

Speaker 5 (04:12):
I wouldn't be able to go to the Grammys.

Speaker 1 (04:13):
I know both they were dude man.

Speaker 2 (04:17):
Well, Fabris claims the two men initially refused to take
the lip syncing job, but the money was simply too
good to pass up. They each paid four thousand dollars
to lip sync girl. You know it's true, and by
the time the song became a hit, the duel was
locked into recording contract that forced them to masquerade as
real singers.

Speaker 1 (04:34):
Have you ever wondered, where's the dude that did sing
the song?

Speaker 9 (04:38):
Yeah, you would think once the story broke, you'd find
out who the real guy was.

Speaker 7 (04:42):
I remember, right after the story brooke, they did show
us what they looked like, but that was the last
ye ever saw of them.

Speaker 6 (04:47):
I said, the one of.

Speaker 1 (04:48):
Them looked like pillars in a wig.

Speaker 6 (04:50):
That everything they were not for any people.

Speaker 1 (04:53):
Yeah, I remember the oldest guy in dreadlocks.

Speaker 6 (04:57):
I remember because you know, you guys know I'm obsessed
with it. They had bad teeth.

Speaker 5 (05:03):
Leader Hosen and Baptieth too thy Athi.

Speaker 2 (05:11):
Nineteen sixty nine, The last I can't drinking coffee this
morning because I got to go get a physical episode.

Speaker 5 (05:16):
If I'm if I'm a little sleepy this morning, you'll
put up with me.

Speaker 2 (05:19):
Nineteen sixty nine, The last Chevrolet Corvet rolled off the
assembly line. The air cooled real mounted engine and the
Corvet line was the first and only such design for Chevrolet.
Was also Chevy's first production car fully independent suspension, Chevy's
first unitized body.

Speaker 1 (05:33):
Yeah, this was nineteen sixty nine. Man, what what the what?
I got?

Speaker 7 (05:38):
The bottom line on this story is that, remember the
Corvet is what made Ralph Nader famous.

Speaker 5 (05:43):
Right that unsafe at any speed? The book that he wrote.

Speaker 7 (05:45):
Yeah, well it turns out that all the charges he made,
Chevrolet was exonerated on They did all the safety research
afterwards and found out that all this stuff he said
was not true.

Speaker 1 (05:54):
So Ralph Nader made his fortune with a book of lives.

Speaker 6 (05:57):
Well, yeah, it's speculations, he said. They looked like that
could turn it.

Speaker 7 (06:01):
But it was all this independent suspension, all this stuff
that was like.

Speaker 5 (06:03):
A judgment called it looked like the turnover. That's that
looks kind of dangerous to me.

Speaker 6 (06:09):
So that's the bottom line of that. You step onto
the next one.

Speaker 1 (06:11):
Oh, Ralph Nader, And you know I didn't like camp
some reason.

Speaker 5 (06:14):
Hello Nator.

Speaker 1 (06:18):
And it was on this state.

Speaker 2 (06:20):
In nineteen ninety eight, NBC TV aired the final episode
of Seinfield Anybody Hear.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
From Cel Block D from Saw Block D talk slower.

Speaker 6 (06:30):
What are you went for, sir murder?

Speaker 1 (06:33):
What do you be next to?

Speaker 10 (06:34):

Speaker 1 (06:34):
Knock gonna license? Played out of your head?

Speaker 2 (06:37):
Is this all stuff from the last there's a last
stand up in prison.

Speaker 6 (06:42):
Well with pillars. You know, you know it could be
true your actual life experience.

Speaker 1 (06:47):
Yeah, but anyway, there's your three legs up. That's where
we're getting our categories. You want to win that.

Speaker 2 (06:51):
Big old prize baggage, I'd call one eight on a
big show. Try to be called nine, although you really
have no control over it. But Jackie came down and
let you know when you are and they will play.

Speaker 1 (07:01):
I thought she's tired. You're saved up some words of
the corn hair story. I thought i'd use them right.

You wanted to make shows al Radio, come on as going.

Speaker 10 (07:37):
Outburst. Let's play Outburst. That's the game that anyone can win.
John Boys Bully. We give the prizes from the big
prize being. Let's go contested number one. This should really
be a lot of fun when you're playing Outburst. Have

a hurry up and gas time. You love the best time.

Speaker 1 (08:02):
You love them big shots.

Speaker 3 (08:05):
First man on the morning.

Speaker 2 (08:07):
It's not a West Bell Florida it's Bell.

Speaker 1 (08:18):
Hello, old Bell.

Speaker 5 (08:20):
I've been calling for years for same caller.

Speaker 1 (08:22):
Hey man, Welcome, Bell, Welcome, Welcome, now you welcome.

Speaker 2 (08:27):
Okay, all right Bell, Well here you are man, first
time in years, and you gotta think three times real quick.

Speaker 1 (08:35):
Okay, actually nine times real quick. We had a all
the categories. All right, you.

Speaker 8 (08:41):
Ready, I'm ready?

Speaker 1 (08:42):
Was it yesterday?

Speaker 8 (08:43):
We had a.

Speaker 9 (08:44):
Problem with the No, we didn't have a problem. The
contestant had a little problem.

Speaker 6 (08:48):
Yeah, welcome. Have no idea how to play the game.

Speaker 1 (08:52):
So so, Bill, are you familiar with the concept of
what we're gonna do here?

Speaker 11 (08:55):

Speaker 6 (08:55):
Yeah, all right, budd here we go.

Speaker 1 (08:58):
Three real singers ready.

Speaker 3 (09:00):
GOLs Pressley.

Speaker 4 (09:04):
Uh uh.

Speaker 9 (09:11):
You know a lot of people would say, no, that's right,
he's only real one up there.

Speaker 6 (09:16):

Speaker 1 (09:16):
How about Neil Diamond about waiting? Bless your heart? Bail?
You joke, didn't you?

Speaker 10 (09:22):

Speaker 6 (09:23):
I choke?

Speaker 2 (09:25):
Uh, just just for kicks and giggles. Three automobile models
that start with a C.

Speaker 12 (09:33):
Corolla Uh huh, Crusader.

Speaker 9 (09:38):
Wait a minute, American motorist products back in the seventies.

Speaker 1 (09:45):
Yeah, Bill's tickling himself.

Speaker 5 (09:47):
Yeah, these are hard questions today.

Speaker 2 (09:49):
Yeah, Corvet was the one to put up Corvet, Chevelle, Corolla, Corvette, Corvette, Covett.

Speaker 1 (09:55):
Yeah yeah, all right, no, so that wouldn't happened.

Speaker 2 (09:58):
All right, there three characters from Seinfeld.

Speaker 8 (10:02):
I forget it, hey, Bill will come to think of it.

Speaker 2 (10:07):
Maybe this is the best place for you to get
through because losers still walk away with something on out birds.

Speaker 8 (10:13):
Okay, thank you, all right, buddy.

Speaker 1 (10:15):
Hold on, we'll make you happy before you hang up. Okay,
have you ever had a bottle backgrilla sauce?

Speaker 12 (10:20):

Speaker 6 (10:20):
He drives a crusader man.

Speaker 1 (10:25):
Good morning, you got the Big Show on the radio.
More chances for you to win coming up after your news,
weather and sports.

Speaker 12 (10:32):
Oh you're gonna have all them good at two shoes
on the radio talking about that damn pete and having baby.
They're nothing sexy and a hot young man talking trash
on the radio. I like all them opinionated time men, rock, limball, gown, handedy.

Speaker 3 (10:55):
Neil board.

Speaker 12 (10:56):
Yes, now on the roof. They had a fire in
the part. It's getting hot in here. I take off
all my clones. Who I feel no honerable.

Speaker 2 (11:15):
H Good morning, The Big Show is on the radio.

Latest commercial for Morgan Freeman it's a big show exclusive.

Speaker 13 (11:48):
The world has changed. The challenges we face today are
like nothing we've ever faced before. They call it the
new normal, but this feels different. We're the makers of
a product and or service. We've been part of your

life for an impressive sounding amount of time. Our product
and or service has always been there, sharing your hopes
and your dreams, and now, more than ever, we're here
for you. Unless we're temporarily closed down. Right now, we

might be offering online ordering or curb side pickup. See
if we have some kind of app for your follow
that might work, And remember, we're all in this together.
We'll be right beside you all the way, well, not
right beside at least not for a while. Each of

us is ready to do our part. Our part is
to keep reminding you that our product and or service
is a very important part of your life, so that
when you're actually able to buy and or use our
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your own special gift to the world. That feeling is
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we make and or do what we make and or
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Speaker 1 (13:43):

Speaker 13 (13:43):
And family, we should mentioned family, people and family. A
message from the makers of a product and or a
service people, people, family, family.

Speaker 2 (14:21):
Good morning, The Big Show is on the radio. That's
time for another edition of dumb crooked News. I'm Grosorry
sent about you The Big Show listeners and the address
will follow this report. Local newspapers in Punta Gorda, Florida,
have dubbed him the choking Man. He's a short ball

gentleman who shows up in public places and pretends to
be choking to death in order to meet women.

Speaker 1 (14:48):
I tell you, I plan. Yeah, let's see what the
what the choking man does.

Speaker 2 (14:54):
Oh he flails his arms, coughs, and sputters to get
the attention of nearby female.

Speaker 1 (15:02):
I tell you I tried that in Daytona and it
didn't work well.

Speaker 3 (15:05):

Speaker 2 (15:06):
He showers them with gratitude, along with a healthy helping
of hugs and kisses after they saved his life. Locally
say their hands are tied because the man is not
actually breaking any laws. They note that one woman suffered
an anxiety attack after an encounter with a choking man
and had to be hospitalized. Yeah, was that a choking

man or me in Daytona?

Speaker 1 (15:35):
All right?

Speaker 2 (15:36):
A thirty nine year old woman in Leona, New Jersey
was hospitalized after accidentally setting fire to her apartment building.
The authority say the woman started to blaze when she,
for some unknown reason, tried to open a can of
spray paint with an electric can opener.

Speaker 5 (15:51):
What hey, youse, guys, what's this?

Speaker 2 (15:55):
Last year we brought you the story of a radio
station in Davenport, Iowa that aired a chatallenge thirty thousand
dollars a year to anyone who would tattoo ninety three
rock on his forehead and live with it for five years. Well,
one listener actually took him up on it. The station
later claimed the offer was just an on air joke
and refused to deliver on the thirty thousand dollars a year,

but the listener was understandably upset. Now he's back in
the news again, This time is the victim of a
vicious beating. The Colonia, Illinois couple who had let the
tattooed man live with him temporarily have been charged with
beating him in the face with a bal pen hammer.

Speaker 5 (16:35):
Apparently they didn't light ninety three rocks.

Speaker 2 (16:38):
The couple allegedly attacked their house guests because he was
getting on their nerves with a constant stream of complaints
and suicide threads. See several South Dakota Highway patroman drew
their weapons during a traffic stop on Highway ninety because
the driver of the van was wearing a gas mask.
Their terrorism threads were quickly dispelled by the van's driver,

who explained he was making delivery of restaurant food that had.

Speaker 1 (17:02):
An unpleasant smell.

Speaker 2 (17:04):
WHOA a member of a grand jury in Denver, Colorado,
who had handed down several secret indictments against a major
drug dealer, ended up being arrested in connection with the case.
The man visited the drug dealer at his home and
offered to sell him inside information about the case for
fifty thousand dollars. Apparently the man wasn't paying very close
attention at the grand jury proceedings, or he would have

known that the FBI had planted electronic surveillance equipment inside
the suspect's house. Other bugs picked up and recorded the
secret meeting, leaving the man in extreme hot water and
facing grand jury proceedings of his.

Speaker 5 (17:39):
Own nice going genius.

Speaker 2 (17:42):
And finally, a burglar broke into a butcher shop in Swak, Germany,
accompanied by his dog Lumpy.

Speaker 5 (17:51):
You know this is going to end badly.

Speaker 2 (17:55):
While the burglar was helping himself to the store's cash, Lumpy,
the dog, was sampling some of the store inventory. Not
long after entering the store, the man heard the police
approaching and whistled for his dog so the two could
make a run for it. Well, needless to say, the
dog was in no hurry to leave. The burglar was
outside the shop, still whistling and calling for Lumpy. When

cops arrived to arrest him.

Speaker 1 (18:19):
Lumpy gone, man, give him he got damn crook news.
Send it the dumb crook News.

Speaker 2 (18:27):
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One would appreciate it.

Speaker 2 (18:35):
Good morning, The Big show's on the radio, and more
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Speaker 8 (18:41):
Well, I'm working with mister Bill Cox over his outfit,
and I like listen to John Boy and Billy and
that's they're big show. I like the way they talk.
They're funny.

Speaker 1 (18:51):
Ha ha that funny queers, that's what they say.

Speaker 8 (18:56):
Anyhow, I figured out what John Boy had a hard
time getting dark in the morning. Ain't gotten the gage.

Speaker 1 (19:34):
Good morning, A big show is on the radio, moving
around the top of the hour. I'm got quality time
with Pat Godwin.

Speaker 11 (19:41):
Here Bono from you two Man of the Year cover
of Time magazine. Bono very pompous. He's bigger now than
he was back then. You know, so I trotted this
old thing out and announced working fantastic. Bono can take
any song at this point in his career. It make
it sound like an anthem, make it sound very special, right.

Speaker 1 (20:04):
Though, Farmer not a dog and Bingo.

Speaker 14 (20:16):
Bingo woes, the snake Emo.

Speaker 1 (20:21):
Singing Bee, Beyond.

Speaker 14 (20:30):
Beyond this One's were all the dogs and shelters?

Speaker 1 (20:37):
Snoopy, hang on, Scoopy do where are you? Yeah? That
started right here. I'm back in nineteen forty two. You
guys see the Grammys. Yes, that's how some mom. It's
a hard week for me.

Speaker 11 (20:54):
It's depressing because I always wanted to make it as
a you know, a rock guy, but my voice is
too chameleon like. I can sound like other people. I
have no style of my own. But you see Vincent Price,
I mean Bob Dylan at the Grammys.

Speaker 1 (21:04):
What is that going? Man?

Speaker 11 (21:06):
And he sounds drunker and drunker. I don't know if
you've ever had a if he's ever had a substance
abuse problem, but he just looks like he's messed up
all the time. It works for him. You want to
anybody can do Dylan. Just Bob Dylan just sounds drunk.
That's that's what you gotta do.

Speaker 5 (21:19):
So Bob Dylan, drive it home drunk.

Speaker 1 (21:20):
Let's try that, all right.

Speaker 14 (21:27):
Police man took my left in all on me so
that I can't use it in him. Moore say that
was junk to junk to see I'm walking to the

liquor store, thing looking like Vincent Press. Now walk off
walking to the liquor store, John boy and by there
is no second verse.

Speaker 1 (21:59):
I've got no more.

Speaker 11 (22:01):
I should have had something prepared for that. That's what
we say in radio apps.

Speaker 2 (22:06):
We all hang out, John Bory, Jeffarty's gonna be played.
The winner will be made ten minutes good Monday morning, everybody.
The big show is on a radio and it is
John Boyd Jeopardy time. All right, but I'm not thinking caps.
More Americans have been killed doing this than have died
in all US wars combined.

Speaker 5 (22:23):
What is marrying Ben Cartwright?

Speaker 1 (22:27):
That she wouldn't be around long with?

Speaker 5 (22:28):
Forty five minutes later, you're dead?

Speaker 1 (22:31):
No good guess? So all right, Dan got the question?

Speaker 2 (22:34):
You got the number one eight hundred Big show, We'll
star war caller, And now I go, do we get.

Speaker 3 (22:37):
A winter next? Good morning?

Speaker 1 (23:01):
Big show was on the radio. And the way there
is winners moving by, spring coming up? Want to be
summer time? Really? Come man, please break down on my rhyme.
Said to you, you're a wordsmith. I stand on the hill.

Speaker 5 (23:19):
Try this peace out?

Speaker 6 (23:22):
All right?

Speaker 15 (23:24):
Yes, live across America has children. Jeffrey now a man
of constant sorrow, and by sorrow, of course we mean.

Speaker 5 (23:37):
Low level irritation.

Speaker 1 (23:39):
He's John Board.

Speaker 7 (23:41):
I have a friends.

Speaker 9 (23:43):
Still help me now, Okay, may have been a little
hasty on the low level part.

Speaker 2 (23:49):
Ken out of leonor Ken out of Lenore nor Carolina?
Can how you doing money?

Speaker 10 (23:55):

Speaker 3 (23:55):

Speaker 6 (23:55):
Hell? You good man?

Speaker 3 (23:56):

Speaker 6 (23:57):
All right?

Speaker 3 (23:58):

Speaker 2 (23:58):
More Americans have been killed doing this than have died
in all US wars combined.

Speaker 3 (24:02):
Oh, John Boy, I know I'm wrong.

Speaker 1 (24:04):
It's kind of stupid, but I said slipping in the bathtub.

Speaker 2 (24:06):
You think slipping in the bathtub, let's see. No, but
that's that John Boy, jeopardy, abstract thought that takes off.

Speaker 5 (24:17):
Sometimes a lot of people are injured doing that.

Speaker 7 (24:20):
Absolutely, a lot of people slip in the bathroom and
injure themselves on the toilet.

Speaker 3 (24:23):

Speaker 2 (24:24):
Oh yeah, yeah, first time caller, John Boy.

Speaker 1 (24:27):
All right, kids, Sorry you had to feel stupid the
first time.

Speaker 5 (24:30):
Well, we appreciate taking there by.

Speaker 1 (24:34):
We got Tim out of Knoxville, Tennessee. Hey, babie, fine sugar.
What are we going?

Speaker 10 (24:42):

Speaker 11 (24:45):
I know.

Speaker 1 (24:47):
A dam What do you think you, buddy?

Speaker 13 (24:50):
What about smoking?

Speaker 1 (24:51):
Show us smoking? That's a good gas, good gas? All right,
tang you buddy.

Speaker 2 (24:59):
We got Dubby got our front Royal Virginia.

Speaker 5 (25:03):

Speaker 1 (25:05):
Hey, hey dogs, Oh boy, good buddy.

Speaker 6 (25:07):
All right, yeah, first time caller.

Speaker 1 (25:10):
All right, man, what do you you know what you're
doing there? I'm on my way to work.

Speaker 5 (25:14):
Okay, all right, well what's your guest there?

Speaker 1 (25:17):

Speaker 6 (25:18):
All the mobile accident.

Speaker 2 (25:20):
On tomobile accidents, you are right on a dummy all right?

Speaker 1 (25:30):
Now, you be careful out there moving to Front Royal.
You all got big traffic.

Speaker 3 (25:33):
In the morning, Yes, indeed, all right.

Speaker 2 (25:36):
Well hold on, be careful, Jack, you'll get your information dubbed.
Your prize back.

Speaker 1 (25:39):
It's all yours, all right, all right, thank you.

Speaker 5 (25:42):
All right, thank you mane.

Speaker 1 (25:45):
Good morning, the big shows on the radio. Hangout all right,
listen to you mogs. It's time to button your yaps.

Speaker 4 (25:52):
Say hey, I'm trying to listen to these two clowns,
John Boy and Belly on the Big Show.

Speaker 3 (25:56):
Yeah, the Big Show.

Speaker 1 (25:57):
It's big, say bigger than big. It's your mom, I say,
he's a horrible.

Speaker 2 (26:32):
Good morning, the Big Show is on the radio. I
think somebody needs to relax a little bit. Randy trying
to pay his property taxes yesterday. You know how government
workers can be.

Speaker 5 (26:43):
Well, he had a little problem. That's that's the hitch.

Speaker 6 (26:45):
It was overestimated by a like, you know.

Speaker 2 (26:47):
Thousand a scooter and a tax value came in. It
was valued at thirty thousand dollars something what, So he
had to go get that cleared up. But I know
how tell it can be working with women with attitudes
who really hate their job, and obviously other people and
not just women.

Speaker 5 (27:05):
Let's let's just don't narrow it down to there.

Speaker 6 (27:07):
But now it was all women.

Speaker 1 (27:11):
Uh yeah, no, I'll tell you what I know.

Speaker 2 (27:13):
You know, you can tell somebody in power, I mean,
no matter what they are, that they just love yeah
telling you no or just being snart, well, not really
in power. This is as close as they're gonna get
closer they're gonna get Yeah, this is her.

Speaker 5 (27:27):
Moment or her moment.

Speaker 1 (27:28):
I don't know.

Speaker 4 (27:29):
You're standing there, working eight hours a day and you
look up and see Burt Backrack coming.

Speaker 1 (27:33):
In with them red cowboy boots.

Speaker 3 (27:35):
Tell me you.

Speaker 1 (27:36):
Would not screw with him with my scooter. You ever
charged me for my scooter?

Speaker 7 (27:43):
I will say that the first office I went into,
everybody was very polite and very helpful and seemed to
be happy with their job.

Speaker 6 (27:48):
Right, And so then I want to now that this
all this is straight Now, I wanted to.

Speaker 7 (27:51):
Go pay it, but yeah, you can pay, just go
right across all thanks, so staid line said Line, said
Line said line. With everybody else right, I wanted to
pay their bill. Ye standing in line already in the
check out, and I'm holding the bill. I think I'm
all ready to go I'm just gonna gop lop and go.
So this girl that was sitting at the counter, who
I had watched from line, thinking, Lord, I hope I
don't get her.

Speaker 6 (28:13):
You know those you know, the one I'm talking about.
So okay, next I got her. I walk up to
the counter. She never looked up from her keyboard.

Speaker 7 (28:25):
Okay, that that first of all, you know, and has
never smiled the whole time I've been staying.

Speaker 1 (28:29):
So she said there.

Speaker 7 (28:30):
Yeah, I said, ma'am, I need to pay my property
tax on this vehicle. I've got the bill in the
in the paper here and my checks are made out.
You can't pay that here? What do you mean I
can't pay here? I take one step back from the
counter and look up above the counter, in big words,
it says property tax payment Center.

Speaker 6 (28:51):
I looked back down and said, well, it says this
is the payment center.

Speaker 7 (28:54):
The people across the hall said I needed to come here,
and I assume that this is what. You can't pay
that here. You're gonna have to go down the all
go down the hall. What for You're gonna have to
get your account number from down the hall? No, No,
I brought the bill, It's got my account number. Right,
he you're gonna have to go down the hall. But
if I go down the hall, they're just gonna say
that this is my accountant.

Speaker 6 (29:11):
You'll have to have it verified.

Speaker 1 (29:12):
Why, because that's how it works.

Speaker 6 (29:15):
Still has not looked up on her keyboard.

Speaker 7 (29:17):
Okay, all right, fine, So I walked down the hall,
standinge standing line stands.

Speaker 6 (29:21):
Those people nice because they don't have the BYE ware
I get.

Speaker 7 (29:26):
I get the verification. Sure enough, I match. Okay, go
back down the hall, standing line, standing line style line time.
But at least this time, surely I'm not gonna get
her again. Next walk up to the counter.

Speaker 1 (29:40):
What's her name? Let's make it the government employee.

Speaker 6 (29:42):
It was not wearing not wearing a name.

Speaker 1 (29:44):
What does she looked.

Speaker 7 (29:44):
Like like the government employee?

Speaker 6 (29:50):
She looked like she was unhappy. That's about the best
description I can give it. And so I said, I
went down the hall.

Speaker 7 (29:57):
I got my verification, I've got my check, here's the bill,
and I'm ready to pay the bill.

Speaker 1 (30:01):
Thank you.

Speaker 6 (30:03):
That's all there was till you didn't even look at
the paper that you send me down.

Speaker 1 (30:06):
That's it, thank you.

Speaker 9 (30:08):
So you could have written, like any eight numbers out
of your head on the paper.

Speaker 4 (30:12):

Speaker 1 (30:12):
Randy can't stand it if somebody doesn't like him. So
he said, you're trying to make small.

Speaker 3 (30:15):
Yeah, I was.

Speaker 7 (30:16):
You're gonna smile. I literally said, you're gonna smile before
I leave.

Speaker 1 (30:20):
If you leave a smile.

Speaker 6 (30:22):
Still didn't look up, No, never looked up.

Speaker 5 (30:24):
Probably when you walked through the door. Just broke out
and macgold gat again.

Speaker 6 (30:29):
I did weep a little more.

Speaker 7 (30:33):
Alright, Well, I'm sorry, you're not really you love it
when this sound.

Speaker 5 (30:37):
Suff I didn't like you.

Speaker 1 (30:40):
It was rude.

Speaker 3 (30:40):
No, it's not.

Speaker 1 (30:41):
She didn't like nobody.

Speaker 7 (30:43):
She was unhappy. That's bless her heart. We need to
find her job here.

Speaker 1 (30:47):
Yeah, why don't you holler up?

Speaker 2 (30:48):
I got a goob, Give me a baby doll with
a good personality, goog
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