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April 10, 2024 60 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
When your mouth is shut and you're just alone by yourself,
what's happening in your brain?

Speaker 2 (00:05):
It's either nothing at all, like this kind of peaceful
serenity that makes me feel like I've been euthanized and
I'm sort of existing on a different plane, or absolutely
everything at once that I could possibly think of that
would be negative, just everything unloading at once.

Speaker 3 (00:21):
It's the Jewell show. You get scammed on a daily
basis and don't even realize it.

Speaker 4 (00:26):
That's rude.

Speaker 3 (00:27):
Perhaps the biggest scam I think is when you interview
for a job and they go, you're going to make
sixty thousand dollars a year, and then you get your
paycheck and with all the taxes takeout, you're actually making
twelve dollars a year. They should be more honest. Yeah,
had somebody on social media ask people, what's a scam?
That's become so normal we don't even realize it's a
scam anymore, And some of the answers will shock you,

and the rest of the day you'll be really angry
about the fact you've been getting scammed for a long time.
We're aware.

Speaker 4 (00:54):
Yeah, just being open property tax annually, what even is
that like? Why am I paying like I'm paying to
be on the property.

Speaker 3 (01:03):
Yeah, if you buy a house, you have to pay
property tax every single year. I don't know. I asked
the same question after I bought my first house. I'm like,
this is ridiculous. I have a fun fact for you.
Oh you're so mad and it's so normal.

Speaker 4 (01:17):
I want to do it, but I know I just
like getting towards it. It's going to like scare me.

Speaker 5 (01:21):
Yeah, it changes every year, and I hate it. Here's
a producer Brad fun fact for you. No one in
the United States owns any property too. The federal government
owns it, and you're renting it even when you buy it.
That property tax is because they're leasing it to you.

Speaker 3 (01:35):
That's the thing I didn't learn until I bought a house.
I'm like, wait a minute, so I don't actually own
the property that Nope, you don't. Why, Well, what's the
point of buying this stupid thing? Well, I pay for
all the dumb up keep on it. It's the dream
we sold you. Yeah, exactly, speaking of that. On the
list of things that are a scam, this becomes so
normal we don't even realize it's a scam anymore. The

American dream is on there. I think what is the
American dream now? Because back in the fifties, I think
when it was created, it was buying a house and
having a wife and two and a half kids or something. Yeah,
white picket fence and all that. Now I think it's you.

Speaker 4 (02:13):
Just able to afford a home by yourself or live
by yourself.

Speaker 3 (02:16):
Make enough n to move to Europe, becoming an influencer.
That actually is the American dream in an American influencer. Yeah,
the American Emily in Paris.

Speaker 4 (02:33):
I want to be that.

Speaker 3 (02:38):
Calm down somebody on social media ask people, what's a scam?
This becomes so normal we don't even realize it's a
scam anymore. Bagging your own groceries totally, Yeah.

Speaker 4 (02:49):
Why is that a scam?

Speaker 3 (02:50):
I really like to do that.

Speaker 4 (02:50):
I don't mind. It helped him out.

Speaker 5 (02:52):
Victoria doesn't remember. She wasn't around when we didn't have
to bag our own groceries.

Speaker 3 (02:57):
What do you mean have you always bagged your own grocery?

Speaker 6 (03:00):

Speaker 7 (03:00):
I mean sometimes, like if they have a lot of
people onto that busy, someone else.

Speaker 4 (03:04):
Will be like, here, let me be bagging for you,
and I'm like, oh my gosh, thank you, like another
patron or an employee, another employee, like if they're really
if they're not busy at all, like I'm the only.

Speaker 3 (03:13):
One in the store. It was more like a self checkout.
Oh that's kind of scam because you're doing their job.

Speaker 4 (03:19):
Yeah, but it's also faster. I'd rather too self checked out.

Speaker 3 (03:22):
Oh they were so bad at their job.

Speaker 5 (03:24):
The company was like, you know, let's just let the
people do it themselves and then charge them from the
bags on the way house right, and they video you.

Speaker 4 (03:31):
The entire time waiting to busson. Yeah, I speel like
them on camera.

Speaker 3 (03:38):
Thing on the list of what's a scam that's becomes
so normal we don't even realize it's a scam anymore.
Paying to drive on the freeway, yes, I don't get
that either.

Speaker 5 (03:47):
I owed two thousand dollars and Brad has and we're
back a ton of toll fees.

Speaker 3 (03:53):
Yeah, two thousand dollars I owe.

Speaker 5 (03:55):
But the with the fees, it's sixteen thousand dollars.

Speaker 7 (04:00):
Oh god, that's how much that cost paid actually make
the bridge.

Speaker 3 (04:03):
I know, I mean, it's absolutely wild. I have I'm
never gonna be able to pay that, so what are
you gonna do. They gonna put you in nihall.

Speaker 5 (04:14):
They can't put me in jail, I don't think. But
here's here's the slippery slope. Sixteen thousand dollars right. They
will not let me renew the tabs in my car.
If I cannot renew the tabs of my car and
I get pulled over, I'll get a ticket. If I
get pulled over again, I'll get another ticket, then next
step jail. So essentially, yeah, I could be put in

jail for not paying the stupid tolls that I never
agreed to pay in the first flights.

Speaker 4 (04:42):
WHOA Granted you tried, but your thing wasn't working. No,
you weren't just breaking.

Speaker 3 (04:46):
I disagree with the idea. I already paid taxes. Don't
charge me to it. Wow.

Speaker 8 (04:52):
A lot of.

Speaker 3 (04:55):
That is that's a college education.

Speaker 5 (04:57):
In nineteen sixty's a four year degree in nineteen.

Speaker 9 (05:02):
Sixty Really, yes, nice, Let's have a house that's probably
three houses in nineteen twenty.

Speaker 3 (05:13):
I hope you get arrested for it, though, I would
love to see you in jail, just being like, mugshot,
what are you in here for?

Speaker 4 (05:21):

Speaker 3 (05:22):
I was like, screw, screw the government. Yeah, jail guys
will be like, srew the tolls. I didn't pay my
tolls ever in Grandio, what are you in here for? Murder?
All right? Should swap stories? Learning from each other? Somebody
on social media? People, what's a scam? Has become so

normal we don't even realize it's a scam anymore. Bottled water, Yeah,
why do we pay for that? Because it's there?

Speaker 4 (05:52):
But like why now they say it?

Speaker 3 (05:55):
Why do you gonna get your water from though the
tap wholes?

Speaker 7 (06:03):
Yeah, but now that I think about it, we sometimes pay,
Like some of the waters are really expensive, and I
think water juble bids is expensive, but it's just water.

Speaker 4 (06:12):
Well it's And also we can't really tell the difference
between all of the waters. Only some people have that
unique piallette. But even some of the bottles aren't accurate.

Speaker 3 (06:18):
You know what I mean. I just feel like they
lie to this water is better than all the waters
from this water is more watery, It's more moisty all
the water, and I believe every single one. I'm like,
this is a new water way, more moisture in it.
It really weirdest water I do. They get me every
time with the new waters they come out. Another thing

that people are saying is a scam that's becomes so
normal we don't realize it's a scam anymore. Needing experience
for an entry level position. Yes, what is that? That
has never made sense to me.

Speaker 4 (06:53):
That's funny.

Speaker 3 (06:55):
Three years experience for this internship. You're not even gonna
pay me. Did one of those ones?

Speaker 4 (07:01):
I believe you and the experience I did, like a
prior internship.

Speaker 3 (07:08):
That you need an experience for us. Somehow you got it.
Another thing that they say is a scam that's becomes
so normal, we don't realize it's a scam anymore.

Speaker 4 (07:15):
Credit scores. I have never checked mine, and I'm so scared.

Speaker 3 (07:18):
I don't know how to. It doesn't matter, Okay, thank you,
well it matters. Mine is bad. Yeah, I've had my
credit score has been like in the two hundreds. I
think at one point, Oh that's good. Yeah, because at
one point I was like, that's whatever. Record paying bills. Yeah,
it was real low and I had a twenty percent
interest on a car loan. But I still got a
car loan. So you can still get loans. You just

have to pay a lot of entries.

Speaker 4 (07:43):
It's really good or really bad.

Speaker 5 (07:44):
Yeah, my Kia downstairs cost thirty five thousand dollars. It's
worth like ten. Get your credit fixed.

Speaker 3 (07:55):
It's another jubile phone frame Mornings on the twenties. Hello, Hi,
can I speak to Kim please? This is Peedeakins calling
from property Management. Hi, Kim, how are you? My name
is Peedeakin's call from property Management.

Speaker 10 (08:18):
Okay, Yes, I've been trying to get in touch with
you guys.

Speaker 3 (08:20):
Look, I am your fallow.

Speaker 8 (08:25):
Hear that?

Speaker 6 (08:27):

Speaker 3 (08:28):
So, well, it's been hot in the offices. So one
of my co workers, Randy, brought in an actual fan today,
so it's on my desks. I've been kind of playing
with the fan. This is really irresistible. He can't help
but talk through it, you know.

Speaker 8 (08:40):

Speaker 3 (08:41):
So I'm calling because we noticed that you have not
paid your rent yet.

Speaker 11 (08:50):
Well, if you guys have been checking any of your
emails or phone messages, I've been trying to get in
touch with you guys because.

Speaker 12 (08:56):
I've been trying to pay but your friend okay, are
you are you feeling okay?

Speaker 3 (09:08):
Oh yeah, I'm feeling great. What's what's up?

Speaker 11 (09:10):
I've been emailing you guys and calling you guys when
I got.

Speaker 3 (09:16):

Speaker 10 (09:20):
Wait, you called me.

Speaker 12 (09:24):
Are you listening even you're playing with or something?

Speaker 3 (09:26):
Yeah, I'm listening. Yeah, sorry about that. Like I said,
these fans when you talk to them, it's so fun.

Speaker 11 (09:32):
Yeah yeah, no, I've played with a fan before, So
can you stop playing and focus on you know, I'm.

Speaker 12 (09:42):
What did you smoke something over there?

Speaker 5 (09:45):

Speaker 8 (09:45):

Speaker 13 (09:45):

Speaker 3 (09:46):
No, I'm not a smoker. But if I was smoking,
I have a fan on my desk that would blow
the smoke ride out. Sorry, I did it again, the like.

Speaker 12 (09:55):
Is there a manager there or someone who with more
intelligence than I could speak with?

Speaker 13 (09:58):

Speaker 3 (10:00):
No, I'm the only one in the office right now. Okay,
but I can help you out. You called me, Yes
I did, and we're wondering why your rent has not
been paid yet. It's a couple of days late, and
we have to see a late payment.

Speaker 12 (10:14):
Okay, stop with the fancing. I already stop.

Speaker 14 (10:19):
Oh my gosh, what I've already paid you.

Speaker 6 (10:21):
You got to stop with the whole fan.

Speaker 14 (10:23):
Thing turning up.

Speaker 3 (10:24):
So sorry, sorry about that. I just like, Okay, I
can tell that you're frustrated right now.

Speaker 11 (10:29):
Yes, And I don't want to see a fan anytime
in the near future.

Speaker 10 (10:32):
Can you please help me?

Speaker 3 (10:33):
Okay, yes, I can. So what is the issue you're
having again? Paying your rent?

Speaker 12 (10:38):
I have my rent. Your website will all.

Speaker 3 (10:40):
Hate to evictim.

Speaker 14 (10:46):
Oh my gosh, stop with that, fan.

Speaker 3 (10:51):
Okay, I'm sorry this is that is completely unprofessional of me.
I'm so sorry about that. So what's this issue again?

Speaker 1 (10:57):
Are you listening?

Speaker 3 (10:58):
Are you there?

Speaker 12 (10:59):
I feel like I'm talking to somebody in another dimension.

Speaker 8 (11:02):
I'm trying, and.

Speaker 3 (11:03):
Doesn't it sound like another dimension? It does sort of
sound that way. Listen Hello, Okay, I'm calling from another
dimension one? That is how many floors up from you?

Speaker 15 (11:16):

Speaker 3 (11:16):
What is even your name?

Speaker 12 (11:17):
What's your name?

Speaker 3 (11:18):
Pete? Pete?

Speaker 6 (11:19):
Hey, Pete? Yes, give it together for me for two seconds.

Speaker 8 (11:23):
I just need to pay my rent, Okay.

Speaker 12 (11:25):
I don't want to get evicted.

Speaker 9 (11:26):
I don't want to be late.

Speaker 10 (11:27):
I don't want to be able.

Speaker 3 (11:29):
Our dimension.

Speaker 5 (11:30):
We don't.

Speaker 3 (11:32):
Oh boy, I'm sorry.

Speaker 12 (11:35):
I need to pay my rent.

Speaker 14 (11:37):
I need your website to not be so sucky, and
I need you to help me.

Speaker 3 (11:40):
Okay, Well, I can't help you because this is actually
Jubil from the Jubel Show doing a phone brank on you.

Speaker 16 (11:44):
And your sister Eliza set you up. What it's a joke. Yeah,
it's a joke, she said, wedding right now.

Speaker 3 (11:55):
You've been having trouble with your new apartment's website and
wanted me to mess with you.

Speaker 12 (12:00):
That was the most frustrating call ever.

Speaker 3 (12:04):
Wake up every morning with jubile phone Franks time for
Nina's what's trending?

Speaker 4 (12:08):
So the question now is how much jail time is
Morgan Wallen looking at after throwing that share off of
the roof of a bar. He's getting jail time. He
could be getting jail time. He also may take a
plea deal and then just get a bad boy like
little slap on the wrist. But if not like that,
you're bad. What I think of bad chairs? Your nin.

Speaker 3 (12:33):
Don't make me laugh at ye? Trending?

Speaker 4 (12:36):
Okay, So the thing is is in Tennessee, each one
of his three felonies that he is being charged with
could get him a sentence of anywhere from one to
fifteen years. Oh what yeah, Now tell me if you
understand this verbiage, because I'm a little confused by it,
because a judge is saying, but in Tennessee, the law
provides that neither intent nor actual harm have to exist

to be found guilty of this charge. They don't have.

Speaker 3 (13:02):
So that what does that mean, either intent nor harm.
So you don't have to harm anybody, and your intent
doesn't matter. So if your intent was to throw the
chair because you were having fun, doesn't matter. You still
through the chair, and if you harm somebody or not,
just throwing the chair is so basically whatever action or
thought was behind it, it doesn't matter. Okay.

Speaker 4 (13:20):
So even if they're just like it was a mistake,
I was just drunk, like he could still get in
a lot of trouble.

Speaker 3 (13:24):
And also the problem with our legal system is everything
is open to interpretation. It's how it's red and what
the judge sees it as being as being based on
the interpretation of it. Nothing is really set in stone,
so who knows to another person that could mean something
completely different.

Speaker 4 (13:38):
That's true. Well, he's back in court on May third,
so we'll see what happens. But this part's interesting. So
people went as far as to use a splat calculator
to calculate how fast the chair was going at the
time it was thrown from the.

Speaker 3 (13:51):
Top of the room. I didn't know as black calculator
exists but now I have all sorts of things to
plug in there. There's a link for it. I'll send
it to you.

Speaker 4 (14:00):
Object thrown from sixty five feet in the air would
hit the ground at about forty five miles per hour.
Whoa it really hurt some really real hurt somebody.

Speaker 6 (14:09):

Speaker 3 (14:09):
If the hit in the head, you're ouch.

Speaker 4 (14:12):
Yeah, because it's like you hear its like it was junk.
You threw a chat. Yeah, but forty five miles an
hour off the top of a building, that's no point. Okay.

Speaker 7 (14:21):
So yeah, and he just released I'm Appy. Sure he's
gonna be releasing an album soon.

Speaker 3 (14:27):
From jail. That sucks. A guy just can't stop making hits.
That got me to okay.

Speaker 4 (14:41):
So those gen z Is found another way to tell
if somebody is a millennial or gen X, and that
is if they're wearing eyeshadow. So apparently gen Z's whole
thing is you're old if you wear eyeshadow. So, those
of you wearing eyeshadow today, I know you're being judged
by the little gen Zers, which I find really funny

because Victoria does wear eyeshadow.

Speaker 11 (15:03):
I don't.

Speaker 4 (15:03):
I've never worn a high shadow.

Speaker 3 (15:04):
I guess you do.

Speaker 4 (15:05):
When you put makeup on, you put that little bit
right on your eyes. I've watched you j your makeup,
but it's not eyeshadow.

Speaker 7 (15:09):
It's literally just like part of my coner that I
put that way doesn't look weird on my face.

Speaker 4 (15:13):
I thought it had a little shine to it anyway.
So that's what they're saying. Now back to the eclipse.
Do you know what to do with your eclipse glasses now?
Any So, they actually do have an expiration date. Eclipse
glasses are only good for three years, so you can
save it as a memento of your moment, or you
can donate it. So there's organizations like Astronomers Without Borders.

I didn't know that existed, Warby Park and Eclipse Glasses USA,
where they have all these different programs to take your
eclipse glasses and distribute them to other parts of the
world so they can watch the eclipse within the next
three years because they're going to be seeing it soon, right,
Interesting Like that is interesting. So if you have them,
see what you want to do with them, And that

is what's trending. It's time a cheater only on.

Speaker 3 (16:02):
The Jubile Show, Billy is on the phone today for
it to catch a cheater. He's been married to his wife,
Adrian for three years, but they've been together for eight years,
and now he's suspicious that something might be going on.
So we'll see if we can help him out. Billy
was I, man, I'm sorry you're going through that. Tell
us about your situation.

Speaker 6 (16:16):
Yeah, hey, thanks, man, Yeah, that's that's it. Like you said,
we've been married for three we've been together for eight
I'd say things have been going. Like recently, things have
been going pretty great for us. Like, you know, we're
on an upswing. We just got a new house. We're
first time homeowners. We get to call the place hours,

you know, it's all hours. Yeah, all that stuff's going
really well. Even like my work life is going really well.
Like I just got a promotion. I've taken on a
bigger role at my company. So it's like that's good,
you know, more money for like our family. As far
as home life goes, like we're still in the process
of getting the house set up. It's taken a little

bit longer than I expected, just because I'm working and
and she's kind of at home, like getting like like
her style in there, like because she has an eye
for style, so it's like and she likes doing it,
so so it like kind of works out that she's
kind of like taken on like the house repairs and
like fixing it up and kind of making it ours
like here's here's kind of like I guess the reason

why I emailed you guys. It's like I've been so
busy with work that she like hired a contractor to
like help us work on like the bathroom. They're getting
the bathroom redone. This guy's like he's putting in like
new floors, new showers, new new tile, like the whole thing.
This guy Mike, and you know, they've been hanging out

at the house a lot lately while I'm working. There's
I've come home and there's been like a couple of
times where like I swear that like I feel like
I interrupted something between like my wife and Mike. Like
I'll come home and she like darts away from him
real fast, Like if they're in an area of the house,

she like darts away.

Speaker 1 (18:05):
You know.

Speaker 6 (18:06):
Like I didn't say anything at the time. Maybe it's nothing,
but it's still just like kind of bugs me.

Speaker 4 (18:12):
You notice stuff like that that would bug me, Yeah,
I just wonder if if you're looking for it, Billy,
because I mean, I don't know. If you have a
contractor in your house, you're going to be together. And
I understand a man feeling uncomfortable with his wife being
alone with another man, but he's there to do a job.
So I don't know, is she doing anything else that
makes you feel like she could be cheating on you?

Speaker 6 (18:34):
She feels distant. It's like it's we just feel very
distant too, So like like maybe she's got on board,
you know, with us, Like she looks happy and whatnot.
Like when she's working on the house and stuff. By
the time I get home, like I'm drained. You know,
I know she's been working on the house. Am I
wasting time killing my house? Like working like this for

no reason? Like like the whole reason I am working
like this is for her, you know, Like I'm putting
in all these hours for her, for us, for the home,
for our lives. So you know, I don't know she
she is. She has been distant and like like I
said this guy Mike, like they get along and like
really well, and like she just come home, she starts away.

But I just wanted to do like whatever I can
to like make her happy, you know. So that's just
kind of like where I'm sitting right now.

Speaker 3 (19:28):
All right, and you said that you have a good
way you think we can catch her?

Speaker 1 (19:33):

Speaker 6 (19:34):
Yeah, we So we go to like this cookie place,
like at least once a week. Every week. They got
like brand new flavors. The cookies are like huge, like
it's really good. So we go there a lot. So
I think that that would be and we're in like
their email list and stuff. They have our info, So
I think it would be like good to say that
you're from there, maybe like offer like some cookies or something.

Speaker 3 (19:57):
Okay, yeah, and we'll be you know, I don't know.

Speaker 6 (20:00):
You guys know how to do this, so.

Speaker 3 (20:01):
I cookies, Yeah, can have a dozen cookies or you know,
could deliver to somebody that's a great guy. Yeah, we
can do that and then we'll see if she sends
them to you or to somebody else.

Speaker 6 (20:10):
Okay, yeah, it'd be great.

Speaker 3 (20:12):
All right, We'll play a song, comeback, and then call
her and hopefully she isn't cheating, but if she is,
hopefully we can get your answer right after this with
the ketch teater next. If you're just joining us, for
it's ketch teater. Billy is on the phone and he
thinks that his wife of three years named Adrian might
be cheating on him. So we're going to see if
we can catch her here in just a second. But
before we do that, Billy, why don't you refresh everybody's

memory on your situation.

Speaker 6 (20:36):
We've been married three years, together for eight we just
got a new house. I got a promotion. I've been
working a lot lately. She's fixing up the house. She
hired a contractor, this guy named Mike. I come home,
he's still over like she darts away from him real fast.
She's been distant. You know. I'm hoping that these guys

can call from like this cookie play that we visit
a lot and see if maybe we could like trapper
cheating or whatever. You know, I need to the bottom.

Speaker 3 (21:05):
All right, Well, we'll call and pretend we're from the
cookie place and say that since you guys are regular customers,
she's won a gift box of cookies to be delivered
to somebody and she'll see I see if she sends
them to you or to somebody else.

Speaker 6 (21:16):
Okay, awesome, thank you.

Speaker 17 (21:18):
Yeah, Hello, Hi, this is Jordan calling from I was
looking for our valued customer, Adrian.

Speaker 6 (21:35):
Yeah, that's me, Hi Adrian.

Speaker 3 (21:37):
Please don't hang up. This is not a marketing phone call.
Thank you very much for being such a loyal customer.
We actually are calling you today with a free gift.

Speaker 10 (21:44):
Oh that's awesome. What's a gift?

Speaker 3 (21:46):
A gift is a dozen cookies delivered to anybody that
you want. Seriously, yep, a dozen. A dozen cookies. You
can choose which ones they are, and we can deliver
them to anybody they that you want within the United States.
Because you know our cookies are delicious. We'd love to
spread the law.

Speaker 6 (22:00):
Well man, that's awesome.

Speaker 10 (22:02):
Hell yeah, all right, yeah, I'm in.

Speaker 3 (22:04):
If you know who you want to send them to
right now, I can take the information down.

Speaker 10 (22:08):
Yeah, absolutely, I know how. I want to think cookies too.

Speaker 3 (22:10):
First thing I will need is the first last name
of the person you like to send them to.

Speaker 10 (22:16):
Okay, it's Billy last name.

Speaker 3 (22:20):
Okay. Would you like to put a note or anything
with it?

Speaker 6 (22:23):

Speaker 10 (22:23):
Yeah, okay. Can I use a bad word? Was that cool?

Speaker 3 (22:27):
Oh? I love bad words?

Speaker 6 (22:28):
Yeah, go for it.

Speaker 10 (22:30):
Then say free cookies.

Speaker 3 (22:32):
Love you, okay, Adrian. This is actually Jewble from the
Jewel Show.

Speaker 4 (22:37):
It's a radio show, hy, Adrian, I'm mean on the
show too, listening to all of this love about cookies.

Speaker 3 (22:42):
And your husband Billy is actually on the phone. He's
been listening this whole time. Well, why, Billy do you
want to tell her? Do you want me to tell her?

Speaker 7 (22:50):

Speaker 1 (22:51):

Speaker 6 (22:52):
I'm like really happy right now. Hey, I'm like so, well, yeah, yeah,
I will let them explain it.

Speaker 3 (22:58):
I guess okay, Adrian. We do a segment on our
show called to Catch a Cheaters, where if you think
somebody might be being unfaithful, you try to see who
they'll send flowers or something to, in this case, cookies,
and so Billy has been a little suspicious and wanted
to suit.

Speaker 13 (23:13):
Wait wait, wait, Billy, you think I'm cheating on you
and you called a radio station.

Speaker 6 (23:18):
But the good news is maybe not You're not. Uh so,
I there's luck going on. I'm really happy right now,
but I'm like kind of I feel like a little embarrassed,
like I thought you were cheating on me with Mike.

Speaker 13 (23:33):
Honestly, I'm glad you're not, because I'm kids like I
can't believe you thought of with Mike our contractor.

Speaker 6 (23:43):
Yeah, Oh my gosh.

Speaker 10 (23:44):
Yeah, No, that's wow.

Speaker 13 (23:47):
No, I'm I can feel like a little distance. But
it's not because I'm doing anything with Mike. It's because
you got this new promotion and it's like I don't
exist anymore to you.

Speaker 18 (24:01):

Speaker 6 (24:01):
I mean I definitely have been busy, you know, and
I know I come home tired, and you know, I
do love you so much, like everything I do is
for you. But I just felt like, you know, like
I've come home a few times and like you might
be in the other room with Mike and you like
dart away like you're like you're doing something, and it's like, yo,
that's a little suspicious. So I was just like, I

guess worried about it.

Speaker 13 (24:24):
I literally have no idea what you're talking about. If
I'm ever skirting away from Mike when you come in
the front door, it's because like I was coming up
to welcome you home or like grab you to show
you what Mike had gotten done that day.

Speaker 6 (24:39):
Like it's you who's.

Speaker 13 (24:41):
Been weird and awkward around Mike, Like he's actually pretty
chill dude. And if you didn't know, because you don't
actually talk to him, he just got back from his
honeymoon with his actual model life.

Speaker 6 (24:54):
So wow, yeah.

Speaker 8 (25:00):
Yeah goodh wow.

Speaker 6 (25:02):
I'm embarrassed, but like this is great news.

Speaker 4 (25:05):
Well it sounds like you're cracked open a little bit
of communication though. Billy, you were feeling insecure, and then
Adrian you were feeling neglected. So now we can come
together and be like, hey, let's go eat cookies.

Speaker 6 (25:19):

Speaker 13 (25:20):
Well, used to have like at least one time a
day that we talk, but now it's like Billy closes
his computer and it's lights out every day, like even
the weekend. So I just feel like, you know, like
duper lonely and trapped at home, you know, and like
I can go out with friends and like I do,
but I just like I'm just going out and conte
trouble with your.

Speaker 10 (25:40):
Dumba, like I Nick, I really do miss that too.

Speaker 13 (25:46):
Yeah, but now you've stuck me at home, Like I
work from home, so I'm forced to hang out with
Mike and like talk to Mike and like I said,
he's a chill dude. But like I don't get to
just hang out with you anymore. Stocks You're right, I'm
so sorry, Like I I miss you too.

Speaker 6 (26:05):
I It's like work is important because like I'm making
all this money for us and for a new home.

Speaker 3 (26:11):
And like, you know what you guys need to do.
You guys need to go off for a cookie date.
That's the last time you guys got cookies together.

Speaker 6 (26:19):
I would love a cookie boat.

Speaker 10 (26:21):
Yeah, you guys are still hooking it tap with free cookies, right.

Speaker 3 (26:24):
No, Unfortunately that was like a made up thing. I mean,
you guys both sound like you miss each other and
cookies are your thing. Why don't I go make some
time to go get some cookies. Make it a priority.

Speaker 10 (26:35):
Yeah, I mean, like that sounds great to me.

Speaker 6 (26:38):
I would love that. I would absolutely love that. Like
I am, I'm very embarrassed. I'm so sorry for like
this whole little setup thing. I I'm gonna try so
much harder to like spend time with you, even if
I have to take a few days off a month
to like ease up our schedules. Like I miss you,
I miss holding you, being in love with you, laughing,
getting goofy, getting cookies, just talking like I miss you

a lot.

Speaker 10 (27:01):
So then cook.

Speaker 3 (27:03):
What she wants. Your wife wants to be cooking, cookiere, Billy,
I don't know what cookies mean anymore. Well, at least
you know it's not cheating.

Speaker 6 (27:13):
Yeah, hell yeah, I got you, babe. I'm gonna cookie
your cookie. I don't know if I could say that,
but I don't know if you can either. We better
end this before.

Speaker 1 (27:23):
Weird the Jewel shows to catch a cheater.

Speaker 6 (27:29):
I'm stupid, you're smart.

Speaker 3 (27:32):
I was wrong, you were right. You're the best. I'm
the worst. You're very good looking.

Speaker 18 (27:39):
I'm not attractive, all right, as long as you're willing
to admit that.

Speaker 3 (27:45):
Time for America's favorite trivia game, You versus Victoria. Your
chance to take on our own Victoria Ramires in a
game of trivia to see who gets to tally up
the score this year's big Trivia shindig in toad Suck Arkansas. Yeah,
twenty one pilots tickets, and let's meet today's contestant for
you versus Victoria. Joy. What's up? Joy?

Speaker 14 (28:07):
Good Marie?

Speaker 3 (28:07):
How are you?

Speaker 8 (28:09):
I'm doing great.

Speaker 14 (28:10):
I'm so excited to be on the show.

Speaker 3 (28:12):
Well, we're so excited to have you. And do you
think that you can beat Victoria?

Speaker 18 (28:18):
I sure hope.

Speaker 14 (28:18):
So some days I get pretty close to one hundred percent,
but some days I get zero. So we'll see that's.

Speaker 4 (28:24):
How I feel like as well.

Speaker 3 (28:26):
Without hopefully, all right, we're gonna send Victoria pience studio
while she's leaving, Joy. The game is played like this.
You have thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible.
If you don't know one, just say passed and you
have to beat Victoria outright twin The door is closed,

and Joy, are you ready?

Speaker 14 (28:49):
I'm ready?

Speaker 6 (28:50):
All right?

Speaker 3 (28:50):
Your time starts now. What is the hardest natural substance
on Earth?

Speaker 6 (28:57):

Speaker 3 (28:58):
In flight?

Speaker 4 (28:58):
What is the opposite force of thrust?

Speaker 18 (29:02):

Speaker 6 (29:03):
Just drag?

Speaker 4 (29:04):
What is the chemical symbol for oxygen?

Speaker 14 (29:08):

Speaker 1 (29:09):

Speaker 4 (29:10):
Who composed the symphony number nine?

Speaker 14 (29:15):

Speaker 4 (29:16):
What is the study of the Earth's physical structure and substance?

Speaker 8 (29:22):

Speaker 6 (29:24):

Speaker 3 (29:25):
Got that? And on time, we'll bring Victoria back into
the studio. So while she's getting situated, Joy, what's something
you would like the world to know about you?

Speaker 14 (29:34):
I listen to your trivia show every morning on my
way to work, and so does my boss. Shout out
to Tabitha. We get to work, we compare answers and
see who did you know?

Speaker 3 (29:47):
That's so? Who usually does better your boss day?

Speaker 14 (29:50):
Hopefully, hopefully she'll give me a path. You know what,
Her and I are both pretty even, we're both pretty smart.

Speaker 3 (29:56):
Okay, we're gonna get Tabitha on another time. Sounds like
you're being political. Don't want to be like so much better?
All right, Victoria is back in studio with their headphones on.
Are you ready?

Speaker 10 (30:09):
I think so?

Speaker 3 (30:10):
Thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible. If
you don't know one, just say passed, and you have
to beat Joy outright to win Joy. You can do
the honors of telling Victoria when to go.

Speaker 8 (30:21):
I'm scared ready.

Speaker 4 (30:24):
What is the hardest natural substance on Earth?

Speaker 8 (30:29):

Speaker 3 (30:30):
In flight?

Speaker 4 (30:30):
What is the opposite force of thrust? You just snickered
at the rot You're such a creet. What is the
chemical symbol for oxygen?

Speaker 18 (30:46):

Speaker 4 (30:46):
Oh too? Who composed the symphony number nine? Heydoven? What
is the study of the Earth's physical structure and substance?

Speaker 3 (30:57):
All right, you got that in on time. Let's send
it over the scoreboard and see how you guys did
with our scoreboard. Producer bread, Victoria, you did get too correct,
Good job it, I'm laughing. Joy missed zero and got five. Joy. Congratulations,
you did it. I got this drag made nice joy.
You get to tally up the score this year's big

trivia Shindig and toadsuck Arkansas. You just got to go
there and find out where it is and when it happens,
and you can do it. Also twenty one pilot tickets. Congratulations, Yes,
thank you so much. Let's go over the answers with Nina.
Serious bragging rights. Diamond is the hardest natural substance on Earth.

The opposite of thrust is drag. That's what really true.
Victoria's going off in flight.

Speaker 4 (31:46):
The chemical symbol for oxygen is O two Budwig van Beethoven,
that did compose Symphony number nine. Solid and Geology is
the study of Earth's physical structure and substance. I thought
you were asking what is the physical structure and substance
of the Earth, which made no sense that I have
been in it's I think we used to call it
rocks for jocks. If you took geology, would jocks take

that class.

Speaker 3 (32:07):
At the University of Washington, Yeah, it was rocks. Listen.

Speaker 5 (32:12):
When I was in college, I failed chemistry twice. I
was like, geology, it is really yeah, it was.

Speaker 3 (32:18):
It was so fun. You got to watch movies about
fake earthquakes and stuff. That was fun. We a dig
and stuff. I've gone rock hunting before. Rock hounding is
what they call it, really, Yeah, searching for geodes and
things like that. Yeah, it's a lot of fun. I
love that. Yeah, I didn't find anything. I thought I
found a couple of geodes, and then I got them
home and I broke them apart and they were just rocks.

Speaker 19 (32:40):
But one of these days the geode it's the it's
like rock. Yeah, it's got the crystals inside inside of it. Yeah,
I thought it was just checking. Why can't you make
that a question?

Speaker 4 (32:51):
I got that right?

Speaker 3 (32:54):
You want to extra score for that? You still lose? Yeah,
I'm just trying to points. You would need three more correct.

Speaker 4 (33:00):
I think I could go.

Speaker 3 (33:01):
All them right.

Speaker 4 (33:02):
If you wouldn't have thrown.

Speaker 3 (33:03):
That, if you would have answer, if you wouldn't have
been been fine laughing at th us the whole time. Wow, Hey, Joy,
congratulations and thank you for playing. We play You versus
Victoria this same time every single weekday morning, so tune
in tomorrow. You gotta use this as a pickup line.

Speaker 4 (33:19):
You know what the opposite of thrust.

Speaker 3 (33:21):
Is If you can get through saying it if you
don't chuckle after you say you have thrust.

Speaker 6 (33:30):

Speaker 3 (33:31):
If you want to play Victoria, you can always DM
us at the Jewel Show or go to the Jewelshow
dot com.

Speaker 20 (33:36):
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Speaker 3 (33:43):
Ryan is on the phone today for our first Date
follow up. He's getting ghosted by a woman named Lena,
and in a few minutes we're gonna call her see
if she tell us why she's ghosting him and maybe
get him another date. But first, Ryan, how long has
it been since you heard from her?

Speaker 6 (33:55):
You know, it's been like a couple of weeks.

Speaker 3 (33:58):
That's definitely a ghosting. Yeah, So how many times have
you reached out to her in that time?

Speaker 6 (34:03):
You know, just a few times. I don't like to
like text too much, you know what I mean?

Speaker 18 (34:06):
Like you like, I think three times I text her
and I'm like, yeah, that's I'm not doing any more
than that.

Speaker 4 (34:11):
So what do Let's go back to the date then, like,
how did you guys meet? What happened on the date?

Speaker 18 (34:16):
So we met on hinge and then I felt like
a really good connection.

Speaker 6 (34:20):
We both love.

Speaker 18 (34:21):
Concerts and like new adventures and trying new things, traveling
stuff like that, and like she's very witty and she's
very interesting. She's beautiful. So we went to a burger
spot on the water nice. It was yeah, you know,
it was a lot of fun. Like it was nice,
was like kind of outside kind of area. We were

having some drinks, you know, just talking and afterwards we
went and walked around and like kind of took in
the scenery and we you.

Speaker 6 (34:53):
Know, we had a really great kiss.

Speaker 18 (34:54):
And it was just like, I don't understand why she
goes to me because it felt so romantic and like idealized,
you know.

Speaker 6 (35:02):
I mean maybe some people would think it's cheesy. I
don't know, but that's what I was looking for.

Speaker 4 (35:06):
But it sounds romantic. Actually, So after all this time,
you know, she's ghosting you two weeks later, the date
sounds great, But what is it about her that makes
you want to see her now?

Speaker 6 (35:18):
You know?

Speaker 18 (35:19):
I just felt like I had a real connection. We were
like kind of similar goals. We both want to travel.

Speaker 6 (35:26):
I just felt like we went well together.

Speaker 4 (35:28):
Did something happen on the date at all that may
have made it go in a different direction?

Speaker 18 (35:34):
Well, I will say you know something kind of not
popular now is I had made a decision recently to
have stained from sex until marriage.

Speaker 3 (35:44):
Okay, and you told her this.

Speaker 6 (35:47):
Yeah, yeah I did, and this is new you.

Speaker 3 (35:49):
Have I'm always heard okay, okay, right, and you think
maybe she had a problem with that because she's like,
I need you right now. Ryan.

Speaker 6 (35:58):
It's you know, it's possible because I was like, I
don't think that's the thing that's common now, Like, you know, some.

Speaker 18 (36:02):
People do it, but it's like, especially you know here,
like I don't feel like that's one of those things
that people do anymore.

Speaker 6 (36:10):
But the reason why I kind of went that direction.

Speaker 18 (36:12):
Is, you know, I slept around and it felt empty
and it felt like I was just kind of using
girls for their body and I wasn't connecting right, you know,
And it's one of those things after a while, you're like, gosh,
like what do I really want? So, you know, I
asked myself when I was like, I want somebody that
I could build a future with. And I feel like
Lana's has that potential.

Speaker 3 (36:34):
Okay, I can respect that. After my last breakup, I
decided that I wasn't going to give myself to anybody
unless I thought that their energy was good, you know,
or that like I wasn't necessarily a marriage thing, but
it was kind of the same thing. But it was
more about I don't want to like mix my energy
with bad energy, you know. I feel like it does

I feel like you know, you do do it does
somehow become a part of you?

Speaker 1 (36:59):

Speaker 4 (37:00):
What you can see that energy is also exchanged between
the two of you, So fair fair for fair points
for both of you. Look at you, guys, Thank.

Speaker 3 (37:08):
You, because that's for sure. I'm masuring Ryan.

Speaker 4 (37:10):
Everybody connection too.

Speaker 3 (37:14):
So why do you think she's ghosting you?

Speaker 10 (37:15):

Speaker 6 (37:17):
I think, you know, I just don't know if she
was comfortable with that.

Speaker 18 (37:20):
I mean that's my thought, but like I don't know
for sure because everything else went pretty well. But when
I said that, she she didn't have a bad reaction,
but it was just kind of like she tends up
a little bit, you know, and then it's kind of
like pat a moment passed.

Speaker 6 (37:33):
So I was like, oh, I guess it's fine.

Speaker 3 (37:34):
We'll see if we can figure it out for you.
Then we'll play a song, come back, and then call
her and see if she'll tell us why she's ghosting
you and maybe get you another date. Okay, okay, sounds great,
all right, man, play don't come back, get your first
day follow up next to the double show. Right in
the middle of the first day follow up. And if
you're just joining us, Ryan is on the phone. He's
getting ghosted by Lana And in a minute we're gonna
call her see if she tell us why she's ghosting him,

and maybe get him another date. But first, Ryan, why
don't you recap to everybody you're sitting?

Speaker 6 (38:01):
So I met Lana on hinge. We connected really quickly.

Speaker 18 (38:05):
I felt like a good connection with her loss of
similar interest. We went to a burger spot on the water,
had a bunch of cocktails and had a lot of fun,
and we went for a walk.

Speaker 6 (38:16):
We kissed.

Speaker 18 (38:16):
Everything seemed perfect, But I feel like, maybe because I
want to stain from sex and until marriage because of
my past, that she might be ghosting me.

Speaker 3 (38:25):
Okay, are you ready for us to call her?

Speaker 15 (38:27):

Speaker 3 (38:28):
Okay, here we go. Hello, Hi, man, I speak to Alana. Please.

Speaker 8 (38:42):
This is Lana.

Speaker 3 (38:43):
Hi Lana, how are you? My name is Jewbel and
I host radio show. It's called The Jewbel Show, Hilana.

Speaker 4 (38:48):
The whole show's here.

Speaker 3 (38:49):
I'm Nina.

Speaker 4 (38:49):
Hi, I'm Victoria.

Speaker 3 (38:51):
How are you?

Speaker 10 (38:51):

Speaker 8 (38:53):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (38:54):
Have you ever heard the show before?

Speaker 6 (38:56):
I have not.

Speaker 3 (38:57):
Okay, I'll let you know something. We do a segment
on our show. It's called the first Date follow up.
What that is is if you go out on a
date with somebody and then you ghost them, that person
can email us to get you on the phone and
ask why you're ghosting them. So we got an email
about you.

Speaker 8 (39:11):
Oh and this is from Ryan.

Speaker 3 (39:14):
Oh yes, it is Wow. Yeah. Sometimes people say another name,
so we know they're ghosting multiple people. But you're obviously
just ghosting Ryan right.

Speaker 1 (39:22):
Now, I would say that I have not exactly been
ghosting Ryan. That wasn't my intention. I was taking time
to process what he told me. At the end of
our date. Ryan said that he is waiting until marriage,

and that is not something that I've ever done in
a relationship. I have always had intimacy with all of
my partners and it's a really big part.

Speaker 10 (39:55):
Of a relationship for me.

Speaker 3 (39:57):
So it was not my.

Speaker 8 (39:58):
Intention to completely ghost Ryan.

Speaker 6 (40:01):
I really was.

Speaker 8 (40:01):
Trying to take time to think.

Speaker 1 (40:04):
About if this could be something that would work for me.
I had such a good time Yes, it was so
magical and he's such a spiritual.

Speaker 8 (40:17):
Guy, and we really connected. I felt like he was
really seeing me.

Speaker 1 (40:23):
But I'm afraid that if we get into this relationship without,
you know, the intimacy that I'm usual will one this
sounds bad, but what if we're not good together physically
and we find out too late?

Speaker 3 (40:36):
That's fair.

Speaker 1 (40:37):
And another thing that I have been thinking about is
what if it becomes something that gives me, you know,
reason to stray, our thoughts to stray because I am
a sexual person.

Speaker 4 (40:52):
Yeah, so you're processing a lot of different things.

Speaker 10 (40:56):
Yes, absolutely, I.

Speaker 4 (40:58):
Can understand that. Yeah, I mean it's not thing that
you hear all the time, and especially if that's a
way that you connect and share yourself with another person.
And then that's a lot of pressure too, right because
you're like, wait a second, so we're doing this, I'm
gonna get excited and want to unwrap the present.

Speaker 3 (41:11):
But I can't say, Mary, you so what if we
could convince Ryan to sleep with you before you're married?
Would you swallow with him? Again? Commitment? But would you?

Speaker 1 (41:23):
I would love to sleep with Ryan, but if this
is a boundary that he is setting, I and I
were to get into a relationship with him, I would
I would want to respect that. I would not if
once I am in the relationship, I would not I
would have given up any plans to sleep with Ryan.

Speaker 3 (41:43):
What if we could convince him to go back on
his morals? Though, Juball, she is respecting his boundaries, maybe
you should respect his boundaries. I'll respect his boundaries for now, Lona.
Ryan is actually on the phone listening and wants to
talk to you.

Speaker 8 (41:58):
Oh hi Ryan.

Speaker 18 (42:01):
Yeah, I know it's probably like the most awkward way
we could beat again. But I want to say, first
of all, I respect that, like you respect my boundaries.

Speaker 6 (42:10):
It was nice to hear that without.

Speaker 18 (42:12):
You knowing I was there, because like that, that proves
to me that if we can make it work, that
this could work. But I just want to say, like
for me, I don't see intimacy as just the physical,
emotional mental intimacy that can be built.

Speaker 6 (42:30):
Like you know, we can have days where we just cuddle.
Is collasse?

Speaker 18 (42:34):
Like all that's on the table still, I'm just not
trying to take it all the way.

Speaker 3 (42:39):
So, like, where do you draw the line?

Speaker 6 (42:42):
I think that's something that we have to discuss, right.

Speaker 4 (42:47):
Got it.

Speaker 1 (42:49):
I respect that, and that does make me excited to
hear that you have interest in being intimate with me.

Speaker 8 (42:59):
I am.

Speaker 1 (43:00):
My biggest concern is still I just am really concerned
of straying. And that's not your fault, not your fault
at all, and that's something that I need to decide
and you know, make a plan with my morals that
I will not you know, if we were to be
in a relationship together, that I will not feel that

I'm not getting what I need and then.

Speaker 10 (43:27):
Look for what I need elsewhere.

Speaker 6 (43:29):
I think I can find ways to take care of
what you need at.

Speaker 3 (43:33):
Least it Starnger Ryan. Not that I'm trying to get
you to rethink the promise that you made to yourself,
but I'm trying to get you everything it. When I
decided to do the similar thing, I didn't make it
about marriage because you know, like you should really get
to know somebody for it, and it can be a
long time before marriage, so that's a long time not
doing it. But me and my therapist came up with

I will not give myself to anybody until I know
I have a secure connection with them.

Speaker 18 (44:00):
Well, I think that's fair. I think that's a healthy
way of thinking of it too.

Speaker 3 (44:03):
So because does it have to be like a ring
and a ceremony and all that for Ryan to get
it out.

Speaker 18 (44:09):
Okay, I don't think it has to, but there definitely
has to be that line where it's like, I know,
I'm building a future with you.

Speaker 6 (44:16):
At the very least.

Speaker 4 (44:17):
I think there's a lot of talk that we're getting
ahead of ourselves here a little bit. You guys like
each other, and I think there's definitely stuff that you
guys can explore to even see if you're going to
make it all that way. People just tell me not
to get ahead of myself, and I feel like we're
geting ahead of ourselves here too. So I don't know
that there's a possibility of you getting your needs met
in a certain way. Lana and Ryan, you know you're
open to exploring that stuff too. I don't see any problems.

Speaker 6 (44:42):
Yeah, I think that would work.

Speaker 1 (44:44):
I do think that it may be cheesy, but I
think that it is very sweet that you brought me
on the radio to call me for a second date.
I think that is very romantic and I'm willing to
try it.

Speaker 5 (45:00):
I think that we have such a good connection, so
you'll go out with Ryan again.

Speaker 3 (45:04):
We'll pay for it, I will.

Speaker 8 (45:06):
I would love to see you again Ryan.

Speaker 18 (45:08):
So awesome, that's great. I'm glad to hear that. It's like,
it's I'm so excited, you know.

Speaker 4 (45:14):
Yeah, you guys are cute me too.

Speaker 3 (45:19):
Yeah you congratulations Ryan, you did it. You got another date?

Speaker 4 (45:27):
All right?

Speaker 13 (45:28):
You will first date, follow up?

Speaker 19 (45:36):
Your heart is true, your bell and down. If you
do it, invited everyone just a little.

Speaker 3 (45:51):
The biggest kiff would be from me and the car
Detash would say thank you being Oh that felt good.
Every iconic show has their wacky cast of characters, and
the Jubil Show is no different. Why we've got your
drunk ant Nina Hi. And of course there's everybody's favorite
younger sister, Victoria Ramirez. That's me. And who could forget

the quirky neighbor kid who lives next door and pops
by every once in a while to ask if she
can borrow a cup of flour because their guinea pigs
are making a cake. Our social media producer Gabby also
producer Brad, he's a dad, Hey there, Chief. And then
there's me, I'm Jewbil and this is the Jubil Show.
So let's check in with us this week and see
what's going on. Nina, what's up with you this week?

Speaker 4 (46:35):
Okay, so the weirdest thing happened yesterday on my way
home from work. This guy on the freeway tried to
race me.

Speaker 3 (46:40):
What did you do it? Now?

Speaker 4 (46:42):
Let me explain real quick. Overshare. I live with my parents' roommates,
and my father lets me drive his car, which is
a sports car because I'm using all of my money
to build my business by myself. So now that that's
out of the way, I drive my dad's sports car.
So it goes fast, it's gone. The Corvette comes up
behind me, like he's to the right of me, comes

up behind me into the H O V lane and
he goes really fast and stops, so like we're going
at the same time, trying to get me to race.
And he goes really fast and stops again and tries
to get me to race. At him, I'm like, what
are you doing, bro? Like this is actually gross, and
he just kind of looks at me like you know
it gives me a nod. I'm like, no, I'm not
going to race you, not going to do it, and

then he just sped off like a psycho, and I
just I've never experienced anything like that before.

Speaker 3 (47:28):
Is your first day? Were going out next Thursday?

Speaker 4 (47:35):
Nosoline, No one else does because I've never I've never
had that happen before.

Speaker 3 (47:45):
So yeah, it's it's hard to turn that down. It
is what the race tries to race. I'll start and
then I'm like stop, I'm not getting in trouble for you.

Speaker 4 (47:57):
No what you lost the race? Technically I didn't do it.
I didn't engage, so there, I did not lose.

Speaker 3 (48:02):
What the heck, Victoria, what's going on with you this week? Guys?

Speaker 4 (48:07):
My life is in shambles. It might be dramatic.

Speaker 7 (48:11):
I am literally wearing pimple patches on my face because
I have a pimpleside of Texas on my forehead.

Speaker 4 (48:17):
And it's really annoying. I'm pretty sure they don't even work,
to be honest with you, but I'm storing it.

Speaker 7 (48:21):
I really have gone to the grocery store through every
single day this week and have to go back today.

Speaker 4 (48:26):
I just realized. And I was really excited because I got.

Speaker 7 (48:29):
A standing desk like when it's from TikTok, and I
was so excited about it, and it just came in
and now I just realized I don't want to put
it together, like knowing me, I'm gonna put everything all backwards,
the little ups.

Speaker 3 (48:38):
He's gonna make it go down laying down desk or
at some point where am I gonna put it?

Speaker 4 (48:42):
And I take my old desk out and she's like
a lot of work.

Speaker 3 (48:45):
It's just like a lot like adult things. I'm not
my vibe right desk?

Speaker 4 (48:50):
Oh my, well, the suck.

Speaker 3 (48:53):
What is it supposed to do? I don't know.

Speaker 4 (48:56):
On TikTok, I can help you.

Speaker 3 (49:00):
Our social media Gabby, our social media producer Gabby dropping by, Hey, Gabby,
what's up with you this week?

Speaker 18 (49:05):

Speaker 20 (49:06):
I am really proud of myself this week because I
set a reading challenge for myself this year, which was
to read ten books. Last year I read eleven.

Speaker 3 (49:15):
Gabby told me about this thing the other day. That's
a tandem read.

Speaker 4 (49:19):
Yeah, I'm doing it.

Speaker 3 (49:20):
I was like, sounds dangerous. Also, it involves just reading.
So what isad So.

Speaker 20 (49:25):
You like switch back and forth between I'm reading this
book series right now and the two books the timelines like.

Speaker 3 (49:33):
Cross book series. Your fairy read two books at one,
so she reads books about fairy porn. Well, I started one. Okay, Well,
the one.

Speaker 20 (49:43):
I gave to you is a little bit more explosive.
The one I'm reading now is more fantasy, less porn.

Speaker 3 (49:52):
I'm not anyways, I've already read ten.

Speaker 4 (49:55):
Books this year. Fairy porn makes you want to keep going.

Speaker 3 (49:59):
I just can't put now.

Speaker 4 (50:00):
It's good phase.

Speaker 20 (50:02):
Right now we're on a glass and a court of
thorns and roses.

Speaker 3 (50:05):
I know it's hyped.

Speaker 20 (50:07):
If you've seen it, you may think it's over hyped,
but just read it.

Speaker 4 (50:10):
It's so good.

Speaker 3 (50:11):
Books this year a lot. Yeah, it's more than I've
read in my entire life. I'm pretty sure.

Speaker 4 (50:18):
I'm not judging if you read all the encyclopedias.

Speaker 3 (50:22):
That was when I was a kid. Yeah, I probably
have read more than ten books, but that's a lot.
It is a lot.

Speaker 4 (50:29):
Start reading ferry porn.

Speaker 3 (50:30):
Maybe you'll get to eleven.

Speaker 5 (50:31):
Jule, I don't reading it, wouldn't do it for me.
I had a date last night. Whoa, Yeah, tomorrow I'm
gonna try a fig what.

Speaker 3 (50:48):
Okay, you're not? That was funny. I like that. I
got a couple more for you if you want them. No,
Sundays are always a little.

Speaker 4 (50:58):
Sad as mondays after it.

Speaker 3 (51:01):
Well, yeah, but the.

Speaker 5 (51:02):
Day before that is a Saturday, a Saturday.

Speaker 3 (51:09):
Why is cold water so insecure.

Speaker 4 (51:11):
Because it's cold to the touch.

Speaker 3 (51:13):
It's never been hot.

Speaker 4 (51:14):
Why am I trying to?

Speaker 2 (51:15):

Speaker 1 (51:17):
All right?

Speaker 3 (51:18):
Last one for you? Why were the utensils stuck together?

Speaker 4 (51:21):
Because they were four.

Speaker 3 (51:26):
Victoria. This is a family program.

Speaker 5 (51:29):
We were from fairy weird fairy books with pictures to
forking utensils.

Speaker 3 (51:34):
Hey manking, No, they were spooning a similar joke about
dates in my act when I was doing comedy. Well,
I don't know if I can, I just I just
won't say. I like to eat dates and they also

to enjoy it as well. What's going on with me
this week? Is I found out something this week that
was awesome and also weird to find out. So I
don't know. I guess about four years ago, I shot
a short film and I ended up so I got

out of a very controlling relationship where you're not allowed
to really do things, and so it was a lot
of work to film it, so I was constantly in
trouble for filming it. And then there was also a
scene in it where there's a peck on the lips
and there was no way I was going to go
down that road, right, I just ghosted the dude who
was making the film because he wanted me to reshoot
a couple of scenes. And since being in the position

i'm now, I'm reconnecting with people, I'm like, hey, man,
sorry I ghosted you. If you still want to reshoot
the scenes. Crazy because it's like almost five years later,
but I'm available. I just wanted to say sorry. I
was in a position where I just had no other
choice but then to just kind of stop doing things.
But anyway, he emailed me back and he was super cool.
But also I found out that I won two Best

Actor awards and film festivals. Yeah, and two film festivals
I got Best Actor. I had no idea because he
thought because I ghosted him, so he didn't reach out
to me to let me know. Right, So two film
festivals for just in the short film, I won two
Best Actor awards.

Speaker 4 (53:18):
Do you want to give an acceptance speech that you
didn't get to Yeah.

Speaker 3 (53:23):
They'll start playing me off right away. Yeah. So that's
cool too. Boy, you should really be proud of that.

Speaker 5 (53:30):
Honest I am, because I know a lot of times
with awards you're like, man, whatever, but I think you
should be proud of that.

Speaker 3 (53:35):
I am. I'm actually gonna pron out the little certificates
and put them on my wall. I've never done that before,
but yeah, in this instance, it's really cool too to
find that out. But it was weird to open that
email and go, huh, I actually won Best Actor and
two film festivals. That's weird. You know this is the
right guy, right? That was cool to find out this week. Congratuation,
Thank you. It's time for Nina's What's trending.

Speaker 4 (53:57):
You're a fan of scrabbles strap in because there is
now a less intimidating version of the game. And the
reason for that is because gen Z believes that it's
a little too intense.

Speaker 3 (54:07):
It's a little intense.

Speaker 4 (54:09):
It's too intense and too intimidating and just uncomfortably competitive.
This is a quoted not by gen Z that has like,
I don't know if they wrote to Scrabble or what
it is, but scrabble.

Speaker 3 (54:21):
Is intimidating about it?

Speaker 4 (54:23):
Hey man, I think I think that you have to
play by yourself because this new less intimidating version is
called Scrabble Together, where you play as a team to
complete multiple goals.

Speaker 3 (54:33):
Together instead of coming upwards on your own.

Speaker 4 (54:35):
Yeah, maybe that's the intimidating part. I'm not sure, but
I was waiting to see that, Brad. I feel that
when I play scrabble because it's just me. You guys
know my vocabulary at that point.

Speaker 3 (54:47):
Listen, we love gen Z.

Speaker 4 (54:49):
It's just so funny how these types of stories are
so labeled by the generations. We need to work on
our vook cab a little bit.

Speaker 5 (54:59):
No, it's not that you're scared of everything. That's not
entirely Therefore, why are you triggered by everything?

Speaker 4 (55:04):
I'm not triggered.

Speaker 3 (55:05):
Yes you are. They're triggering you right now. But yeah,
I was gonna say, you sound triggered right now, Victoria
trigger me right now.

Speaker 4 (55:13):
Okay, we'll get off of that. So pet Smart wants
to get you a free tattoo. They want to do
a cover up for you, so they have this whole
thing called Tattoo Redo, So they want you to come
in with your worst tattoos. Actually it's a competition, so
you actually have to apply it pet Smart Tattoo Redo
dot Com and then the winner is going to get
to a too nice day in La. They're going to

get to have their tattoo covered up, but the catches
because it's pet smart doing it. It has to be
a cover up of your pet. So it's like you
want to cover up your pet. No, like your pet
covers up the bad tattoo of your pets.

Speaker 3 (55:47):
Let's say you got like your your ex's name tattoo on,
you'll cover that up with the picture of your poodle.

Speaker 4 (55:52):
Oh yeah, got a cute Honestly, I would like that.
But it can't be a big tattoo. It has to
be twenty five hundred dollars or less. So there's all
kinds of rules. But if you want in a free
trip to La the tattoo of your pet, this is
for you.

Speaker 5 (56:06):
Twenty five hundred dollars is pretty low for tattoos these days.

Speaker 3 (56:09):
Really, that's probably like a little tiny, little one.

Speaker 4 (56:11):
Yes, I don't know what they're actually trying to cover up.
There's a woman who's trending because she's looking for a
rich husband. But how she went about it is the
part that's trending. And of course she went on TikTok
to do so. But she boarded a plane, she held
up a sign and she says, I'm looking for a
rich husband. My seat is two A. Please join me
if you're rich to a first class first last second. Yeah,

that's funny. I just thought this story was so funny
because at the end of the day, while she is
a gold digger, no question, there's got to be a
level of respect to that because.

Speaker 3 (56:45):
She always did it. You know, some people pretend like
they're not that and did she get Actually she spelled
it out. It does not say that she has found
her husband yet. I don't think we have to respect that.
Why because she was just owning her truth. I do
respect to give her truth. If there's one person that
wants to be a gold digger and then the other
person wants to be dug for gold, like they're okay

with it. Some people, I guess, you know, I know
she's with me for the cash, but isn't she hot? Yes,
I have so much cash. She doesn't like me one bit,
but I have a bunch of cash and she likes cash.

Speaker 4 (57:19):
I mean, maybe it's a lonely guy. Guys like that. Yeah,
dig away, you know that's what's trending.

Speaker 8 (57:28):
Jubiles Dirty little Secret.

Speaker 3 (57:30):
Hello, Hello, Hey, you have a dirty little secret.

Speaker 8 (57:34):
Yes, I do.

Speaker 3 (57:36):

Speaker 15 (57:36):
So I've been hooking up with my best friends since
high school, which goes back about ten years. Through like
all of our relationships, this has just been a continuing
thing and we still hook up.

Speaker 8 (57:50):
Oh, so this is a girl.

Speaker 15 (57:54):
It is.

Speaker 8 (57:54):
Yeah, she's a girl, and no one knows, so it's
a secret.

Speaker 15 (57:58):
But I feel like it's not cheating, Like we just
have a really close friendship and like her husband doesn't
need to know.

Speaker 4 (58:07):
Oh, it sounds like she's in two relationships. So I mean,
are you in a relationship too.

Speaker 15 (58:13):
I just had a breakup, but it was unrelated to that. Like,
no one literally, no one knows.

Speaker 3 (58:18):

Speaker 4 (58:18):
So what do people think is going on?

Speaker 3 (58:20):

Speaker 4 (58:21):
Just besties?

Speaker 8 (58:22):
Yeah, just besties.

Speaker 6 (58:23):
I mean we we are besties.

Speaker 8 (58:24):
Yeah, very special kind of bestie.

Speaker 1 (58:27):

Speaker 4 (58:28):
She sounds like your soulmate.

Speaker 3 (58:29):
Honest. Yeah, maybe you guys should just be together.

Speaker 15 (58:33):
I mean, I don't know if she loves her husband too,
and I like, I'm fine with it.

Speaker 8 (58:38):
Like I've had.

Speaker 15 (58:39):
A few serious relationships while this has been going on.
We're both fine with it.

Speaker 4 (58:43):
Oh, okay, technically cheating, I mean technicality, okay, cheating.

Speaker 8 (58:52):
Yeah, I mean it's just been part of our friendship
for so long.

Speaker 3 (58:54):
It's like, oh yeah, that makes sense. Guys. Just the
way you guys are friends, that's giving. Like some teaters
out there who news story itself, we're just really close friends.
This is what we do. Thank you for telling us
your dirty little secret.

Speaker 8 (59:07):
Thank you for listening.

Speaker 15 (59:08):
I feel better now good.

Speaker 3 (59:12):
Hello? Hello, what's up? You have a dirty little secret?
Yes I do, sweet, let's hear it.

Speaker 12 (59:19):
Okay, So my very.

Speaker 21 (59:20):
Little secret is I resent my sister for getting pregnant
before me.

Speaker 6 (59:26):
Oh okay, I mean I don't know.

Speaker 21 (59:28):
We're always competing and she's just always getting everything before me.

Speaker 3 (59:33):
Guys, you had the baby already.

Speaker 12 (59:35):
Oh no, she's pregnant.

Speaker 6 (59:36):
She's due a couple of months.

Speaker 3 (59:39):
Get twice as pregnant. Then. I don't know how you
do that.

Speaker 14 (59:44):
I don't know when it works.

Speaker 3 (59:46):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 21 (59:47):
Yeah, I'm the younger sister. She's my older sister. So
she's been married before me. She got a house before me.
Like even as kids, like we would be in the
same like sports and she'd be in like the varsity
and I'd be in like JV.

Speaker 6 (59:58):
Like she's always been above.

Speaker 21 (01:00:00):
Me and everything, academics, everything, so I'm just really sick
of her like getting everything I want.

Speaker 4 (01:00:06):
Honestly, it's understandable to feel that way. So do you
do anything petty to make yourself feel better about it?

Speaker 12 (01:00:11):

Speaker 13 (01:00:13):
I mean not really. I kind of just like harbor
bad energy.

Speaker 4 (01:00:16):
Oh maybe you should start doing something petty to release it.

Speaker 12 (01:00:20):
Maybe I should.

Speaker 3 (01:00:22):
Well, thank you for telling us your dirty little secret,
and good luck.

Speaker 8 (01:00:25):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (01:00:26):
Look on the baby, you're getting double pregnant. What's your
dirty little secret,
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