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April 11, 2024 56 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
What you just said is one of the most insanely
idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in
your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything
that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this
room is now dumber for having listened to it. I
award you no points, and may God have mercy on

(00:21):
your soul this.

Speaker 2 (00:22):
Time for you versus Victoria, your chance to take on
our own Victoria Ramire is in a game of trivia
to see who gets to get tickled until they pee
their pants? Okay, and also twenty one pilot's tickets, and
let's me today's contestant for you versus Victoria.

Speaker 3 (00:36):
Shannon, what's up, Shannon?

Speaker 4 (00:39):
Good morning, Good morning?

Speaker 2 (00:40):
Are you ready to get tickled till you pee your pants?

Speaker 5 (00:44):
I'll pass on that, but I'm excited for trivia.

Speaker 2 (00:47):
Their answer, Victoria, do you have anything to say to
Shannon before you go out of the studio?

Speaker 3 (00:53):
I really hope I win, but that hasn't really been
working for the last few days, so I hope it's
not a strategy.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
We're gonna send Victoria out of the studio while she's leaving, Shannon,
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 pass, and Victoria has to beat
you outright to win.

Speaker 3 (01:13):
Are you ready?

Speaker 4 (01:15):
I am all right?

Speaker 3 (01:16):
Here we go. Your time starts now. Who wrote the
famous novel nineteen eighty four?

Speaker 4 (01:23):
Oh, pash?

Speaker 3 (01:26):
What is the chemical symbol for potassium?

Speaker 4 (01:31):
Oh? Shoot?

Speaker 3 (01:33):
Po in? What year did World War two end?

Speaker 4 (01:38):
Nineteen twelve?

Speaker 3 (01:39):
What is the capital city of Argentina?

Speaker 6 (01:43):
Oh?

Speaker 5 (01:44):
Prue?

Speaker 4 (01:45):
Who kind of feel really stupid today?

Speaker 3 (01:47):
Who fainted the famous artwork The Persistence of Memory?

Speaker 4 (01:52):
Oh shoot?

Speaker 5 (01:52):
Do you guys just have that one recently?

Speaker 4 (01:55):
I don't know.

Speaker 7 (01:56):
Pass.

Speaker 2 (01:57):
These are hard, just so, just to be fair, bring
Victoria back into the studio. And while she comes back
in and gets settled, shan And what's something you would
like the world to know about you today?

Speaker 8 (02:07):
Oh?

Speaker 5 (02:07):
My goodness.

Speaker 3 (02:08):
Well, I don't know if I want the world to know.

Speaker 5 (02:09):
But right now we are raising chicks and duck wings
in our dining room. We have six duck wings and
ten chicks in our dining room.

Speaker 3 (02:18):
That sounds fun. Yeah. Do you have like a pool
in there for them? Well?

Speaker 5 (02:24):
So, we have a basically it's a giant stock tank.

Speaker 3 (02:27):
That we bought as a pool for our kids when
they were little.

Speaker 4 (02:30):
So it's it's huge, but yeah, it picks up the.

Speaker 5 (02:33):
Whole dining room.

Speaker 4 (02:35):
Getting pretty big.

Speaker 3 (02:36):
Acquire the ducks, so many questions.

Speaker 5 (02:40):
Multiple stores we went in for we went in for
something else, and I came out with a couple of ducks.
And we got home and the kids like, I don't
want yellow ducks.

Speaker 4 (02:49):
I want black ducks. So we went to a different
store and got black ducks.

Speaker 5 (02:51):
And then I was at another store and then I
saw black and white ducks.

Speaker 3 (02:55):
And so now we have sick sick.

Speaker 2 (02:58):
Oh you could buy I didn't know you could either.
Like I'm getting a few bucks. Yeah, oh great, got cool.
Before I leave the house, I'd be like, sorry, I
was late, guys, I was getting my ducks in a row.

Speaker 3 (03:13):
No one saying make them all line up. You are
someone who would undonne up.

Speaker 2 (03:18):
I want some ducks now in the backyard too. Yeah, Shanny,
you give me the hook up on those stores. All right,
Here we go, Victoria thirty seconds scaring answer as many
questions as possible.

Speaker 3 (03:31):
If you don't know one, just say pass.

Speaker 2 (03:32):
And you have to beat Shannon outright to win and Shannon,
you can do the honors of telling Victoria when to go?

Speaker 3 (03:39):
All right, go wrote the famous novel in nineteen eighty four.
What how? I don't know? What is the chemical symbol
for potassium yo? In Which year did World War Two end?
I know it's one forty eight? What is the what

(04:02):
is the capital city of Argentina? I don't know. I
don't know. I don't know who painted the famous artwork
The Persistence of Memory, Bro, what are these questions?

Speaker 6 (04:12):
I don't know, man, what I don't even know what
painting that is?

Speaker 3 (04:17):
Let's hey, who painted freaking Mona Lisa.

Speaker 2 (04:20):
Over the scoreboard? And see how you guys did with
our scoreboard? Producer Brat, I almost didn't have to pick
up my pen. Shannon, you got zero, correct, Victoria got one?
Whoa victory for Victoria? Wow, Shannon, you didn't win. You
didn't be Victoria. So Victoria gets to get tickled until
she peees her pants. I'd rather not, And Shannon, you

(04:42):
still get the twenty one pilot stikeas just for playing.

Speaker 4 (04:46):
Oh, I thank you?

Speaker 3 (04:48):
Es the answers with Nina. George Orwell wrote the famous
novel nineteen eighty four. The chemical symbol for potassium is
k oh, I kind of thought it was K two.
World War two ended in nineteen forty five. Yeah, I
did the capital city of forty eight. Yeah, but then
I said, well, wait forty five forty four, Yes, landed
on the capital city of Argentina is Buenos Aires. Oh,

(05:10):
I wish I could say that.

Speaker 5 (05:11):
Cool.

Speaker 3 (05:12):
Salvador Dolly is the artist that did the Persistence of Memory.

Speaker 6 (05:15):
I feel like I definitely knew that one too.

Speaker 3 (05:18):
Yeah, you said about every question, Victoria.

Speaker 6 (05:20):
Well, yeah, but that one I never kind of knew
because it kind of reminds you like a Sala turtle.

Speaker 3 (05:23):
Well, you know Salvador Dolly, but you probably don't know
the painting.

Speaker 2 (05:26):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, you Salvador Dolly.

Speaker 3 (05:31):
I do now I get some By the way, she
was like, yeah that who doesn't know little Sala Doll,
Little Sally. Yeah, I am.

Speaker 6 (05:41):
Hold on, guys, don't we playing these games with me?

Speaker 3 (05:45):
These are hard and I'm not gonna lie after listening
to one of these trivias, don't you feel like you
have the confidence to just go out and win any
trivia game in a bar? Because now, like, at least
with the end of World War two, who's gonna forget.
It was nineteen forty five. That's the one war that
I will always remember. The dates too, it's forty one
to forty five.

Speaker 6 (06:02):
I don't know why that's the one I remember, but
that and the the one.

Speaker 3 (06:06):
Where they go west. What was the war where they
go west? It's not it's a movement. It's not a war.

Speaker 9 (06:11):
It's a movement like going west Oregon Trail. Are you
talking about manifest destiny?

Speaker 10 (06:18):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (06:20):
What is is that what you're talking about? What does
that mean?

Speaker 9 (06:23):
Manifest destiny is when the United States first started said
it is our is our destiny to go west all
the way to the water. And it's called manifest destiny.
It's it's actual political theory used to get people to
go terrorize the rest of this country.

Speaker 7 (06:37):
Wait.

Speaker 6 (06:38):
Really, Yeah, I'm excited to get a presentation.

Speaker 3 (06:41):
When I was younger and I jen thank you very
much for playing.

Speaker 4 (06:47):
Thank you.

Speaker 7 (06:48):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (06:48):
Ducks our love. Yes, pet your ducks for us today?
Are them? Do they like being petted? Petted?

Speaker 4 (06:55):
Oh? Yes, yeah.

Speaker 5 (06:56):
The one one of the kids's ducks absolutely loves like
smuggling in her her little hoodie.

Speaker 3 (07:02):
In the hood's part.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
So you have a duck or like in the and
that's so cute. I need the ducks.

Speaker 3 (07:09):
What's your Dutch name?

Speaker 5 (07:12):
Oh my gosh, Well that's I'm gonna say, if you
if you're excited about them. Now, So the kids named
the first four so that we have Duckleberry, Finn.

Speaker 3 (07:22):
Yes we have.

Speaker 5 (07:24):
We have ty J who my youngest Tucker. Hi, Tucker,
hope you're on the ride to school. He named after him,
So Tucker Junior is PJ. We also have Jamal and
Johnish John and then the two the two newest ones
are Maggie because she's a magpie deck and then Jawnny

(07:46):
after the gallat the feed store.

Speaker 3 (07:52):
I love it. I love one kids name.

Speaker 2 (07:55):
Yeah, they really do a great job naming. Thank you
very much, and thank you for giving us all that
info about ducks. We play You versus Victoria the same
time every single weekday morning. If you want to play Victoria,
you can always DM us at the Jebel Show. You
can also go to the Jewbelshow dot com.

Speaker 6 (08:14):
It's another jewbile phone frame mornings in the twenties.

Speaker 2 (08:25):
Hello, Hi, my name is Pete Eakins. I'm calling from
I was looking for Dwayne who's having groceries delivered today.
Yeah doing, Hi, Dwayne, I'm the person that's picking up
your groceries to deliver them today.

Speaker 4 (08:37):
Oh yeah, yeah yeah.

Speaker 3 (08:39):
And I would just like to start off this conversation
by saying, no.

Speaker 4 (08:43):
Suthing, no nope, what do you mean, no, nope?

Speaker 2 (08:48):
On more than a couple items actually that you would
like me to pick up from the store. I'm honestly
shocked at the amount of meat products you have.

Speaker 7 (08:54):
So no, wait, wait, wait, wait wait, you're telling me
you're not gonna get some items, not because the store
doesn't have them, like the store is out, because you
don't want.

Speaker 2 (09:04):
To meet is murder, and so now I will not
participate in be an accompliced to murder.

Speaker 7 (09:11):
Hold up, Hold up, Tom out, Tom out. You're not
going to pick up my items, the meat items, because
you're and tom meat.

Speaker 2 (09:19):
I will gladly pick up some substitutes for you, some
meat substitutes, maybe some amazing Okay, yes, well you ordered
murder and so now so I can't.

Speaker 7 (09:31):
You have a job picking up meat if you're not
going to pick the person?

Speaker 3 (09:34):
Who are you?

Speaker 7 (09:35):
You pick up without ordered? That's that's what you're supposed
to do.

Speaker 2 (09:39):
Well, I took the job as a cart delivery driver
for a couple of reasons. One for the money, obviously
because it's the job, but also sort of community outreach
to put a stop to the madness.

Speaker 3 (09:49):
And you, my friends, support murder. How does that feel?
It can't feel good?

Speaker 7 (09:52):
First of all. First of all, who's your supervinor? Because
I ain't the way hell this? You're supposed to be
telling me not gonna pick up the item.

Speaker 3 (10:03):
Cheese also cheese products, no.

Speaker 7 (10:09):
Item that I already paid for.

Speaker 3 (10:11):
More than happy to find alternatives.

Speaker 7 (10:15):
I'm a vegan. If you don't pick up my damn item,
that's what's gonna happen. You better pick up the item
that I pay for already. You can't tell me no
to that. Well, do you think you are?

Speaker 2 (10:26):
Well, I think I'm the person delivering your groceries and you're.

Speaker 7 (10:29):
Gonna be the part of getting as if I'm gonna
get the food that I'm not already paid for.

Speaker 2 (10:33):
Well, I guess I should expect aggression from somebody who
eats the meat of aggressive animals, because that does go
into your system and your body, and the energy that
you have is definitely that of an angry bearer.

Speaker 7 (10:44):
So you know what else it does. It's gonna give
me the energy and strength to whoop your ass.

Speaker 4 (10:47):
I don't get my food.

Speaker 7 (10:49):
They're not already ordered to pay for.

Speaker 2 (10:51):
Okay, I think I understand. There's no way of talking
you out of your murderous ways.

Speaker 7 (10:57):
To get talking. Who's your super violent?

Speaker 4 (10:59):
I don't call it okay.

Speaker 2 (11:00):
I'm willing to go ahead and pick up those items,
even though it goes against every moral standard that I have.

Speaker 7 (11:06):
No all that. Now you can talk to me crazy
talk about you're gonna pick up my items.

Speaker 3 (11:10):
I will pick them up for you. I promise, I
will pick them up for you.

Speaker 7 (11:12):
It's too late for that. You were supposed to already
have them here by now on your weight. You don't
change it.

Speaker 3 (11:18):
I will pick them up to you, but I will
not be able to bring them to your door. You're gonna, yes,
even though it goes against every.

Speaker 2 (11:24):
Like I said, every moral standard that I have, I
will pick up those meat items and support your murder's
ways just this once, and I will not deliver.

Speaker 7 (11:31):
You call me a murderer, man, I'm not a murder Okay,
I didn't care to day. I an animal. I gotta eat.
But you're going to deliver my food, not gonna bring
to my door.

Speaker 2 (11:40):
Okay, just because we didn't insert the knife doesn't mean
we don't support it.

Speaker 3 (11:45):
Anyway.

Speaker 7 (11:45):
Believe this.

Speaker 3 (11:48):
I will pick those items up.

Speaker 2 (11:49):
For you, though, because I can tell you're upset, So
I will pick up the items for you.

Speaker 3 (11:52):
Murderer.

Speaker 7 (11:53):
Okay, so you're gonna pick up my item that you're
not going to bring them to my door?

Speaker 3 (11:57):
Yes, I will, murderer.

Speaker 7 (12:00):
I'm calling somebody gonna get murdered.

Speaker 3 (12:05):
Well, they've already been something.

Speaker 7 (12:07):
Something, some something's gonna get murdered, all right, Yes, I will. Job,
it's about to be murdered. Was about to lose it.
This got to be the craziest I hadn't experienced. Are
you to crate this phone call I've had?

Speaker 4 (12:20):
I can't believe this? What's going on?

Speaker 2 (12:23):
Okay, well, then I'll just let you know that this
is actually Jewel from The Jewel Show doing a phone
brank on you and your wife set you up.

Speaker 7 (12:30):
Man, I know you.

Speaker 3 (12:32):
That's a joke.

Speaker 7 (12:33):
I know you.

Speaker 2 (12:35):
She said that you just ordered grocery delivery for the
first time the other day, and we're super excited about it.

Speaker 7 (12:42):
I did. I ordered the food I'm like, man, first
time they're gonna bring it to the is she gonna
pull this? You keep it on the counse tonight?

Speaker 3 (12:52):
All right? I have a good one murderer. Wake up
every morning with jubile phone Branks. Time for Nina's what's trending.
So breaking news this morning. Oj Simpson has passed away
from cancer at the age of seventy six.

Speaker 2 (13:08):
So wow, yeah, oh wow, Okay, I couldn't have to
be a better guy.

Speaker 3 (13:15):
I mean, he was a terrible person. Yeah right, it's
hard to but so he's gone. So next story. Europeans
are mad at the Jonas Brothers right now. They're in
a little bit of hot water. So the Jonas Brothers
finished their tour here in the US and they were
taking it to Europe. So they were supposed to start
in Norway on May eighteenth. The problem is that they
decided to go on social and like, hey, we can't

(13:37):
wait to hang out with you guys in Europe, Like
we can't wait to give you all of our love,
but we need to postpone all of our dates till
later because we have exciting projects we're working on. So
the fans were like, that is not Okay, like we
paid for these tickets. They're like, don't worry, you'll be
able to use a ticket that you bought the next time.
But the thing that people are forgetting, or a lot
of these artists aren't taking into account is people are

(13:58):
traveling to go to these concerts and paying astronomical amounts
of money to see these shows, and then for them
to cancel because they have special projects quote unquote that
they're working, Like I have you booked a trip to
Norway to go see the Jonas Brothers. Yeah, you're screwed.

Speaker 6 (14:13):
That really sucks because it's literally like they had planned
a tour and then they got special projects that came
up and we're like, hey, guys, yeah, let's just cut
it in half. Actually we're gonna come back later.

Speaker 9 (14:23):
Which is a weak funny because the ticket prices of
that tour are probably funding these quote unquote special projects.

Speaker 3 (14:29):
Well that's what the fans said. They're like, you're doing
those things because we're paying this money. So fans are
really upset, and honestly understandably, so this film, Yeah, that's
just a great business model. Announced a huge tour and
then cancel it. You keep the money, and they just chill.
I think we're going on a special project. It's called
hanging out on the beach. Isn't if you're ready for
retirement do that because fans are not that forgiving. Are

(14:53):
you trying to get more views and likes on all
of your social posts? Here's your hack. It's called the
lip gloss tactic. So what you do is is when
you start a video, it's called a visual hook. So
instead of trying to catch them with words like we
know how to do in radio, it's a visual hook
where you just take out your lip gloss. You start
lip glossing and talking in the video, and people are
more likely to watch the whole three minutes or however

(15:15):
long it is. Then if you.

Speaker 2 (15:16):
Didn't do that, that's always my social media problem. I
thought you would like that. Yeah, I've been struggling, you know,
trying to post stuff or whatever, So I'll just start
putting on lip gloss before I do any videos.

Speaker 3 (15:26):
Well, it's so last hip class. And the other hack
is the get ready with me videos. So it's not
about what you're actually putting on, it's about the story
you're telling while you're putting it on. We're so not
able to focus on one thing at a time. We
need you to be doing something while you're telling a
story in order for us to be engaged.

Speaker 2 (15:42):
See, and the instant idea that came into my head
is something that I cannot do on social media?

Speaker 3 (15:46):
What is it?

Speaker 2 (15:47):
I can't even say it on the radio, and you
try to gain sure? Okay, okay, so me talking about
getting ready? Okay, So hey guys, I'm getting ready.

Speaker 3 (15:59):
Oh okay, he takes himself up in the morning. There
is one social network you could put that on Juke.

Speaker 2 (16:08):
I said, need to be doing something, So I was like, well,
that's the first thing to think it.

Speaker 3 (16:11):
Probably should have asked you to have apped it out either,
So we'll just go ahead and call that around I
get Ready.

Speaker 11 (16:20):
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Speaker 2 (16:27):
Landon is on the phone today for a first day
follow up and he's getting ghosted by a woman named Kate.
So we're about to call Kate in a little while
and see if she'll tell us why she's ghosting him
and maybe get him another date if he still wants one.
But first, Landon, thanks for coming on the show man.
How long has it been since you heard from Kate?

Speaker 4 (16:43):
Hey, it's ben like a week. I don't know what's
going on.

Speaker 3 (16:48):
How many times have you tried to reach out to
her in that week?

Speaker 4 (16:51):
Like once a day? Honestly.

Speaker 3 (16:53):
Okay, so you're thinking she's somebody special. Why don't we
go back a little bit and talk about her. So
how was your her?

Speaker 4 (17:01):
Oh? It was amazing. So my cousin owns the wine restaurant,
and we went there and I'll be just got wine
flights and meals and we slowed dance in the middle
of the restaurant. Everyone was watching, everyone clapped for us.
It was really something else. I knew she was a
bit shy, and honestly, you know, that's kind of my type.
I love the shy girls, and I was excited to

(17:24):
like get her out of the get her out of
her shell. That's I love doing that. That's I love
to like just bring the shy girls out out showing
the world, show them what they're missing. You know, we
had so much food, and since it was my cousin,
he even gave us like a dessert sample afterward. It

(17:47):
was like a four hour meal. It was amazing.

Speaker 3 (17:49):
Okay, this sounds like a dream or hours. I love
to eat like that.

Speaker 4 (17:54):
But then we haven't spoken for a week since. I
really don't know what's going on.

Speaker 3 (17:59):
What happened at that end of y'all's date, Like, how
did it end?

Speaker 4 (18:03):
Yeah, so it ended with a kiss, which I'm pretty
proud of. But we haven't spoken since. No texting, no call,
nothing nothing.

Speaker 3 (18:11):
Do you think it's because she's shy? I mean, you
did say she was a shy girl.

Speaker 4 (18:15):
That's my leading theory. Maybe she's just better in person
than texting.

Speaker 3 (18:22):
Did anything else happen on the date.

Speaker 4 (18:25):
Besides the dancing and the kiss. She seemed really into me.
She laughed all my jokes as she ate. I mean,
she's pe teat, but she can really eat, and I'm just.

Speaker 3 (18:39):
Like a lyric and a song. She can really eat.
I like it. Do you think maybe it was your kiss?

Speaker 4 (18:50):
Well, I mean it's speaking of too good. I mean
the way that we danced together, I mean I felt
like it could translate to the bedroom, you know.

Speaker 3 (18:58):
What I mean?

Speaker 2 (19:00):
Yeah, like you could dance in the bedroom too, You
can put on music totally.

Speaker 3 (19:05):
Yeah, yeah, I know, I know what you mean.

Speaker 4 (19:11):
But then, like I can't figure out why I'm being ghosted,
you know, just maybe I can't figure out how I
messed up. Maybe she felt pressure to eat so much
because I'm a big foodie, you know. Yeah, maybe she
won't say anything.

Speaker 3 (19:28):
Yeah, maybe because you know how like people feel like
they want to keep up with drinking, So maybe it's
the same idea with food.

Speaker 4 (19:39):
Yeah, she just didn't want to say anything about maybe
I don't want to eat, but he's a foodie, so yeah,
she just quietly just went along with it.

Speaker 7 (19:47):
Maybe.

Speaker 3 (19:48):
All right, Well we'll see if we can figure it
out for you man.

Speaker 2 (19:50):
We'll play a song come Back, and then call her,
see if she tell us why she's ghosting you, and
maybe get to another date.

Speaker 4 (19:55):
Okay, okay, thank you so much.

Speaker 2 (19:57):
All right, we play a song come Back, get your
first day follow up. Next, Landon is on the phone
and he's getting ghosted by Kate. It's been about a week.
He hasn't heard anything from her, and we're about to
call her, get her on the phone and see if
she'll tell us why she's ghosting him, and maybe get
him another day. But first, Landon, why don't you refresh
everybody's memory before we call her? Tell us about your date.

Speaker 4 (20:16):
Yeah. So we went to my cousin's wine restaurant, drank
a lot, ate a lot, danced in front of everyone.
They applauded for us. It was really fun. Ended with
a kiss. And I haven't heard from her since and.

Speaker 3 (20:29):
She's petite and can eat m all right, well you
ready to go? You're ready to call her?

Speaker 4 (20:36):
Yeah, let's do it.

Speaker 3 (20:37):
Okay, here we go? Hell him, I a speak to Kate. Please?

Speaker 4 (20:51):
This is she? Who's Kate?

Speaker 8 (20:53):
Hi?

Speaker 3 (20:53):
How are you? My name is Jewbell and I'm on
a radio show called the Jewbel Show. What's up? Kate?
Whole show's here. I'm Nina. Hi, I'm Victoria.

Speaker 8 (21:02):
Hi.

Speaker 3 (21:04):
How are you?

Speaker 4 (21:06):
I'm good? So I'm sorry. This is a you guys are.

Speaker 2 (21:10):
On the radio, Yes, and we're calling you because we
got an email about.

Speaker 4 (21:14):
You about me? Okay.

Speaker 3 (21:17):
We do a segment on the show. It's called the
First Date follow Up.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
That's where if you go out with someone and then
end up ghosting them, that person can email us.

Speaker 3 (21:25):
To get you on the phone and ask why you're ghosting?

Speaker 4 (21:28):
Oh, okay, means we.

Speaker 3 (21:31):
Got an email about you because you're ghosting someone. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (21:34):
His name is Landon, and Landon really liked you and
wants to know why you're ghosting him? Would you mind
telling us?

Speaker 4 (21:41):
Yeah?

Speaker 8 (21:42):
I mean Landon is a great guy. I had a
great time on our date. You know, I really liked him,
and you know, it was a really fun night, different
than most dates I've gone on, and it was.

Speaker 4 (21:57):
Just really great.

Speaker 8 (21:58):
But you know, I just think we I don't know,
I think we just want different things and I just
have to protect myself from that.

Speaker 3 (22:06):
I think, Okay, what does that mean?

Speaker 4 (22:09):
You know, I just want to protect my heart.

Speaker 8 (22:11):
I think that Landon, you know, he was kind of
talking about how he's not really ready for a relationship
and he's looking more for like a romantic sensual experience,
not really like a full blown commitment, and you know
that's fine, you know, but I really want romance and experiences,

(22:35):
but I want to build something with someone. You know,
I'm not in a huge rush to be in a relationship,
but I don't really feel comfortable with like the non
committal mentality personally.

Speaker 3 (22:50):
Did you guys have that conversation like he said that
to you.

Speaker 8 (22:53):
I mean, he had said, you know that he just
wants like romantic aperiences, but he had said he wasn't
really looking for like a like a full blown commitment,
which is you know, I get it. I had a
great time on our date. I didn't think that's what
our date was for until we met. I thought we

(23:15):
were looking.

Speaker 4 (23:15):
For the same thing.

Speaker 8 (23:16):
So I was like taken off guard. But you know,
everyone's looking for what they're looking for, and even though
we had a fun time, it's just we're both looking
for different things.

Speaker 4 (23:25):
It's not the right time and place.

Speaker 3 (23:27):
Well, good for you knowing exactly what you want.

Speaker 4 (23:30):
Thank you.

Speaker 3 (23:31):
Kate Landon is actually on the phone listening and wants
to talk to you.

Speaker 4 (23:34):
What hey, Kate high Land. Yeah, I didn't realize we
were on such different paths. We had such a good time.
I thought it was going well.

Speaker 8 (23:48):
Yeah, no, we had a great time, and I really,
I mean, it's definitely a date I'll never forget. It
was really fun. I really enjoyed myself. I enjoyed getting
to know you.

Speaker 4 (23:59):
It's just I.

Speaker 8 (24:00):
Think, you know, our path in life is just different
right now.

Speaker 4 (24:05):
Oh well, that's the shame. I've kind of wish you
would have answered my text. We could talk about this.
I mean, I'm open to discussion.

Speaker 3 (24:13):
Well then, is that true? Landon are you not open
to relationship?

Speaker 4 (24:17):
Well, yeah, I mean, honestly, I am just looking for
something casual right now. But I thought she was on
the same page. We never discussed it, but yeah, maybe,
I mean, if the timing is right in the future,
we could hopefully get back together and make this work.
What do you think. I mean, I really enjoyed meeting
with you. I think you're very attractive, and you know,

(24:41):
we laughed a lot.

Speaker 8 (24:44):
Maybe in the future, you know, if if, if I'm available,
we could definitely try again. You know, it's just timing
right now. It doesn't seem like it's on our side,
that's all, okay, Well, like what do I have to
do to make you so?

Speaker 4 (25:00):
Yes? Like what do you need?

Speaker 8 (25:03):
You know what?

Speaker 4 (25:04):
That's funny. I just honestly, you're wonderful. I had a
great time with you.

Speaker 8 (25:08):
It's just that I am looking for something a little more,
you know, not so much a commitment, you know, commitment
with the right person, but not something as loose as
I guess what you're looking for, just like, you know, experiences,
life experiences. I've had a lot of life experience, and
you know, I'm ready to put that life experience to you.

(25:29):
So there's I mean, I had a great time. I
loved your cousin's restaurant. The wine was great, the food
was amazing.

Speaker 4 (25:36):
I mean, I had the best time.

Speaker 8 (25:39):
It's just I just don't want something super casual right now.

Speaker 3 (25:43):
Landon, do you think that you're wanting something casual? Is
kind of like your defense mechanism too, because it sounds
like you really like Kate. You keep trying to get
her to the wowkline. I mean, I know, I'm just
it's something to ask yourself. You know. If you just
say whoever you hang out with is casual, then you're
protecting your heart too and not really putting yourself out there.

Speaker 4 (26:02):
I didn't realize I was setting up for a therapy
session here. Yeah, you know what, I think you may
have someone that is my pet previous relationship, now that
I think about it, things just went too quickly, and
I think the year I just wanted to take things

(26:23):
more casual. It's time not really look for a commitment yet.

Speaker 3 (26:26):
What if you replace the word casual with slow.

Speaker 4 (26:29):
Yeah, that's that's a good observation there.

Speaker 3 (26:33):
I'm sorry, but we say this all the time. We
are therapists adjacent.

Speaker 8 (26:37):
I definitely would prefer someone who's more sure on themselves.
Like if you need to experience things to you know,
feel like you'll be a better partner in the future.
I mean, that's your path, that's your choice. Like I said,
I've I've had these experiences, and I have a pretty
clear idea of what I want and what I'm looking

(26:58):
for and how I want to be treated. And you know,
I just I want to be a little bit more
you know, important than just something casual.

Speaker 4 (27:05):
That's you know, not going anywhere.

Speaker 8 (27:07):
Because because I'm looking for something that's going to go somewhere.

Speaker 3 (27:10):
Kay, would you like to go on another day with
land and we'll pay for it?

Speaker 8 (27:15):
No, I don't think so right now, nothing against land
In land In You're wonderful Again. I had the best time, honestly,
probably one of my top, like top dates ever. It
was really like dancing in the restaurant and the people
like it's stuff out of movies.

Speaker 4 (27:30):
That was incredible.

Speaker 8 (27:31):
It's just again, I just want something a little bit
more serious. It's going to go somewhere or ideally go somewhere,
like I felt a deep connection with you, so I
would not want something casual. But if in the future
you figure out what you're looking for. And if I
happen to still be available, you know you have my number.

Speaker 4 (27:53):
Yeah, let's just keep in touch. We'll touch back and
forth and stay on each other's right off.

Speaker 3 (27:59):
You both, there's date follow up?

Speaker 7 (28:01):
Why do girls get the itch over everything?

Speaker 3 (28:07):
How loud you're talking? It's a jewel show and fifty
women are being sued for millions of dollars all because
of a bad date. Can you even do that? I mean,
I have to know this.

Speaker 2 (28:19):
Yeah, if I didn't know you could sue people for
a bad date. But now that I do know that
it's time to I mean, can get us see if
there's a statute of limitations, because I'm definitely say people
that I would love to sue.

Speaker 3 (28:28):
Same.

Speaker 2 (28:29):
Well, a California man is suing more than fifty women
in a class action lawsuit and demanding two point six
million dollars.

Speaker 3 (28:38):
Also pause, he went on a date with fifty women.
Some people don't go on a date with fifty different
people in their life. Well, he's busy.

Speaker 2 (28:49):
He's suing them after they aired their grievances about him
on the Facebook group.

Speaker 3 (28:54):
Are we dating the same guy? You guys have heard
of that? Oh?

Speaker 2 (28:57):
Yeah, so that's where women go on a bad date
or there with a guy and then they'll post them
there to see if he's a cheater, if anybody recognize
them or has gone out with them as well. And
this guy got posted on there after going on bad
dates and apparently they piled on so much that he's
now suing them for two point six million dollars.

Speaker 3 (29:14):
What's the charge? Is a defamation or something?

Speaker 9 (29:17):
Well?

Speaker 3 (29:17):
Yeah, pretty much.

Speaker 2 (29:19):
The ladies aren't backing down because they claim their stories
are true, and a judge actually is. Grant threw a
bone to the defendants, ruling that her opinion of the
guy is fair game. So saying that your opinion school
like you can hear it out in court. More than
two hundred and thirty eight Facebook accounts have participated in
harming me for over a year, is what the guy says.

(29:40):
What because people just pile on in the comments about him.

Speaker 6 (29:44):
But the thing is, if you're a guy going on
fifty days and two hundred and thirty eight women have
to say something about it and it's all negative.

Speaker 3 (29:53):
Yeah, me, there's a common denomination.

Speaker 2 (29:56):
We're talking about a guy who's suing over fifty women
for two point six million dollars because they posted him
on the Facebook group Are we dating the same guy?

Speaker 3 (30:05):
Not to defend him in any way, but cancel culture
is real. So these are people that probably didn't even
go on a date with him, that just want to
terrorize him because of what those women had said. Now,
those women are probably right, he's probably your creep and
sucks or whatever. But I just can't imagine turning around
and ensuing somebody for that. But maybe he's just sad
because these women made him see who he really was,

(30:27):
you know, I mean, are there damages? He says that
it's caused mental anguish and things like that.

Speaker 9 (30:34):
So it's just like just emotional damages because I can
see this like exacerbating into the job market.

Speaker 3 (30:42):
Lost the job, then that's legit.

Speaker 2 (30:43):
You can be like, well, you know, owe me what
I was, what I should have been paid for my job, right,
But I don't think it's anything like that. I think
it's all just emotional distress. Some things that people are
saying about him. Says he was obsessed with conspiracy theories.
He was very arrogant and smug. It gave typical bad
date behavior.

Speaker 3 (31:01):
Tyfficult to like you're just giving serial killer vibes, you
know what I mean?

Speaker 9 (31:06):
But that was not mentioned Nina, this guy so that
we get sued, Okay.

Speaker 3 (31:14):
We don't know anything about him and cannot get sued.
Also conspiracy theorist type people that really start winding down
those holes. They freak me out.

Speaker 6 (31:21):
But I didn't think I could get like if I
was one of those girls and I was like, yeah, man,
like he has low key serial killer vibes out there,
Like I don't know, cause someone suwey for saying that.

Speaker 3 (31:29):
Well, yeah, apparently you can.

Speaker 2 (31:31):
Yes, it's happenings serve fifty women for two point six
million dollars because they were talking about him in the
are we dating the same guy?

Speaker 3 (31:38):
Facebook?

Speaker 8 (31:39):
For it?

Speaker 3 (31:39):
Isn't that kind of messed up? Though? Aren't you allowed
to have your own opinion of the interaction and experience
that you had, you know what I mean? Like we
go and we have like Yelp reviews. If you go
to a restaurant and you didn't like your dinner, if
there was a hair stuck in it, Essentially you're getting
a service by going on a date, and if it
didn't check out, you don't get five stars. Well, yelp,
is are we dating the same guy?

Speaker 2 (31:58):
I've always said there should be aiding yelp, Oh yeah
there is, right, Yeah, well there's that group, but that's
only for our we dating the same guy. Like, there's
not one for women where guys can go out and
talk about bad days they've been on with women. If
there was just one for people, you just go to it.
And it's just like, this is Chad and his start.
Before you even go on a date. He's got three
stars and four thousand reviews. You're probably not gonna want
to go out with Chad.

Speaker 3 (32:18):
Honestly, we should have that. I think that that's fair
because it also saves people time and it holds people
accountable for their behavior. I don't know.

Speaker 9 (32:28):
I don't think I would be so. I think I
would sue for a lot of things. Probably if I
had enough money to sue, I'd be suing all the time.
I'd be in court. It would be a sport for me.
Why it sounds for fun? Yeah, it just sounds so fun.
I would assue you for this and then like, you know,
you win, and like, I don't know, I just like
winning things. But well I wouldn't do you know, you
never start a suit. You can, right, But I don't

(32:52):
know that I would sue past dates like this.

Speaker 2 (32:56):
There's been some dates that I would want to sue. Yeah,
absolutely horrible dates. You will lose his property and stuff
when he goes on dates. Damages.

Speaker 3 (33:06):
Yeah. I left in the middle of one date. One time.

Speaker 2 (33:09):
It was my friend and his girlfriend, but they wanted
to set me up with their friend. And anytime that happens,
it's always terrible.

Speaker 3 (33:15):
Set up has.

Speaker 2 (33:16):
Always never been on a good date that was like,
oh my gosh, you have to meet my friend, you'd
love her.

Speaker 3 (33:21):
No, never good.

Speaker 2 (33:23):
But this girl did not like me either, and she
was very open about the fact that she was not impressed.

Speaker 3 (33:31):
Emotionally damaging.

Speaker 2 (33:32):
And then I got a little you know, I was
a little upset because I was like, you're rude, and
so then we started arguing. Sue the mutual friends. Yeah,
I ended up like splitting like at the table. I
was like, well, I'm out you guys, I'll see you later.
And then I said something that is probably very mean
as I was leaving.

Speaker 3 (33:52):
But what did you say?

Speaker 2 (33:53):
I said, I'm about to walk through that door that
you can't even fit through.

Speaker 3 (33:57):
Oh, I'm out. Of here.

Speaker 2 (33:59):
Well she was being the horror to me too, Okay,
So I mean she was like I was nice, Like
I'm not like that. I didn't show a breaking point.
I didn't show up being an ad ol to her.
I was just normal me. And then all of a sudden,
she just started like going in on me about stuff.
And it was already like three hours at this point
because we had done other things. And then we're at
dinner and I was like, all.

Speaker 3 (34:20):
Right, that's it out and never set me up with
anybody ever again. Yea fair request. We're talking about a guy.

Speaker 2 (34:31):
It was a good line, though I didn't say it
exactly like that, but however I said it, it was
really funny.

Speaker 3 (34:35):
He was like, like sibling energy, like brother was brought
that out on a date is what cracks me. Yeah,
I mean Flating zoned her. She got sibling zone.

Speaker 2 (34:49):
She was running her mouth the whole time, and then
as soon as I said that, her mouth just dropped open.
Everybody at the table's mouth just dropped up, and like,
damn you, I just need to throw some dynamite on
the ground and get out of there.

Speaker 3 (35:03):
Well you're about to get served for that.

Speaker 2 (35:06):
Yeah, he can get sued for two point six million dollars.
Like the women that went out with this guy, somebody
said right out of the gate, he gave me his
phone number and said let's hang and I commented with
one message saying bold move, and then he blocked me.

Speaker 3 (35:23):
Uh that's what this woman said about him on Facebook.
See I told you had serial killer vibes. It's like
fishing's not serial vibes.

Speaker 9 (35:31):
Is when he's over here trying to move the thing along,
carry a conversation.

Speaker 3 (35:35):
Boo said, let's hang nothing else, let's stay out. You
could be flirty, though, like he took it the wrong way.
If you're just going to start blocked too slow, too slow,
you don't get this. You didn't go out on a
day with him. You didn't even go out with him.
Let's hang out. That's a bold move. Blocked? What a jerky?
I mean? He's just that wasn't fifty dates. It was

(35:57):
fifty bold moves. What is a way to flirt people? Well,
you didn't read it wrong. You're socially not there. It's
time to cash a cheater only on the Jubile show.

Speaker 2 (36:08):
Bill is on the phone today for to catch a cheater?
And he thinks that his wife of eleven years might
be cheating. So if youew minutes, we were to call
her and see if we can catch her if she is,
but hopefully she isn't. Bill, what's going on, man, Why
do you think your wife's cheating?

Speaker 12 (36:20):
I know that she has like insomnia, so sometimes if
she can't sleep, she'll go down to the market for
you know, whatever the sound, to drinks, to eat, But
that's really rare.

Speaker 7 (36:30):
But lately.

Speaker 12 (36:32):
It's been pretty constant. So at least four times now
that I've woken up, she's not in the house, you know,
not even in you know, not even like the next
room or anything. So ask her about it. She just says,
you know, to my intomnia. So I took that at
face value. And then I noticed there's weird charges on

(36:54):
our bank account, like at weird times in the morning.
So it's it's not like too much money anything. But
I can just tell that this has been happening more
and more. So that's the nothing bolts of it.

Speaker 3 (37:06):
So she just tells you that she has insomnia, but
doesn't tell you where she's going.

Speaker 12 (37:11):
Well, I mean that's kind of where I'm Yeah, I'm
hoping it's not my worst fear, which would be infidelity.

Speaker 7 (37:17):
Sure, I mean, I mean my wife.

Speaker 12 (37:20):
I will say she's very attractive and it wouldn't surprise
me if some you know, guy was trying to weasel
his way into her. Bad She's not sleeping with me.

Speaker 4 (37:30):
But but I'm not saying that.

Speaker 12 (37:32):
I'm not like saying that my wife is permissu with
you know, I'm not I'm not saying that. I'm just
she's very attractive, so I would doubt it if she's
has attention from other men. And that's why I'm calling you, guys.

Speaker 3 (37:44):
Is she doing anything else other than not being home?
I mean, which is you know, it's kind of odd.
I feel like there's so many questions to that, but
she isn't really giving them to you at the moment.
But yeah, outside of that, have there been other things
that have happened been that are maybe giving you that vibe?
Are you so close?

Speaker 4 (38:05):
Well, I mean we're pretty much.

Speaker 12 (38:06):
I mean we don't really go out, you know, every
we don't have date night every week or anything. And
to her credit, you know, that's something that I think
couple should do.

Speaker 4 (38:15):
And she's would you.

Speaker 12 (38:17):
Know, voice her opinion that you know, we never go out.
And I mean, I I think that's a good idea
as a couple to go out, but I'm just after work.
I'm just really tired, and so I'm not ready to
go out until you know, ten eleven p. You know,
I'm not the one with the thumbia, so I need
to get my rest before work. So I don't know,
you know, she kind of took that as a personal attack,

(38:38):
and she was saying about how, you know.

Speaker 7 (38:41):
We've become old people.

Speaker 4 (38:42):
You see commercials, you only just like sit on.

Speaker 12 (38:44):
The front porch, and you want me to take up knitting.
And I mean, I'm just like, I do want to
go out with her, but I'm just like mentally spent
by the end of the day, you know. So that's
kind of what I guess the tipping point that was,
I don't know, like a month or so ago, and
we had this kind of I don't want to stall,
like a bore fight, but you know, a disagreement where
we weren't having a civil conversation. But and that led

(39:06):
me to, you know, the last like I said, the
last couple of weeks, these one four times and I've
woken up and she's not been there and you know,
just kind of says, you know, I'm just dealing with
my insomnia.

Speaker 3 (39:16):
Yeah, I can understand being concerned in that moment. Has
she dealt with insomnia in the past. I mean, you
guys have been married for eleven years, so if she
ever had insomnia before, what would she do?

Speaker 7 (39:26):
Oh?

Speaker 12 (39:26):
Yeah, no, no, no, yeah, Like this is something that I mean,
as long as we've been a couple, I've always been
able to sleep like the dead, and unfortunately, something she
doesn't have, you know, the ability to sleep through the night.
So this, the insomnia, is not the thing that's thrown
me off. It's just the you know, the weird charges
of the weird times of warning in the bank account.
So you can't really you know, just as merchant services,

(39:49):
it doesn't stay you know, you know, it doesn't say
like the particular grocery store, gas station or you know,
fill in the blanket, just has like a.

Speaker 3 (39:57):
Merchant services of course.

Speaker 2 (40:00):
Yeah, okay, you already told us what grocery store you
guys are awards card members at. So play a song,
comeback and then call her and pretend to be from
the grocery store and say that she's this month's lucky
winner of free flowers delivered from our floral apartment, our
way of saying thank you for shopping, and see if
she sends them to you or to somebody else.

Speaker 3 (40:16):
Okay, better you than me?

Speaker 2 (40:20):
Yeah, all right, man, Like I said, I hope she's
not cheating, but we'll find out for you. Right after this,
you're right in the middle of to catch a cheater,
and Bill is on the phone. He thinks that his wife,
Kathy of eleven years, might be cheating. So in a second,
we're gonna call her and pretend to be from the
grocery store that she's a rewards card member at, and
say that every single month, we choose one random rewards
card member who gets free flowers delivered from our floral department,

(40:41):
and we'll see if she sends those to him or
to somebody else. But first, Bill, why don't you catch
everybody up on your situation?

Speaker 4 (40:47):
Well, like you said, my.

Speaker 12 (40:48):
Wife and I have been every eleven years. I hope
she's not cheating, but I'm looking for an answer on
why she's dealing with her insomnia, which is a thing
that I've known about for as long spent together and
passed a couple of weeks when I've asked her about it,
she's kind of brushed me off. And then when I've
looked into our bank account, I've seen weird charges at

(41:09):
weird times in the morning that I can't readily explain away,
and she doesn't seem too willing to divulge information about.

Speaker 2 (41:15):
That's a shady part. All right, Well, we'll call her
right now and see if we can figure it out
for you.

Speaker 7 (41:20):
Man. You ready, Hey, fingers crossed?

Speaker 3 (41:23):
All right, here we go.

Speaker 2 (41:36):
Hello, Hi, this is Jordan calling from I was looking
for a Rewards Card member Katy.

Speaker 3 (41:42):
Yes, she Oh Kathy, Please don't hang up. This is
not a marketing phone call.

Speaker 2 (41:45):
I'm actually calling just to say congratulations, you're this month's
big winner.

Speaker 4 (41:49):
Yeah okay.

Speaker 8 (41:52):
Also where did I win?

Speaker 3 (41:55):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (41:56):
Maybe you haven't seen the signs. So every single month
we choose one random Rewards Card member who gets free
flowers delivered from our new flooral apartment. So you've won
thirty six longstim red roses, a box of candy, your chocolates,
and car to be delivered to anybody that you want
to with in the United States absolutely free.

Speaker 3 (42:11):
Oh that's so sweet.

Speaker 13 (42:13):
Okay, Well, I appreciate it.

Speaker 8 (42:15):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (42:16):
Well, thank you for shopping. We really do appreciate your business.
If you know who you want to send them to,
I can take down the information in just a couple
of minutes. I can do it over the phone.

Speaker 4 (42:24):
Yeah, that's fine, I can. I'll have you send them
to my husband.

Speaker 3 (42:28):
So, okay, what's your husband's name?

Speaker 11 (42:31):
Bill?

Speaker 3 (42:33):
Would you like to put anything on a card to Bill?

Speaker 4 (42:37):
Sure? Should I just tell you?

Speaker 3 (42:39):
Or yeah, I can put it down. How long you
guys been together?

Speaker 13 (42:43):
Oh, we've been together about eleven years?

Speaker 3 (42:46):
Oh wow, that's a long one.

Speaker 2 (42:48):
If I was with somebody for eleven years, so i'd
be sometimes I probably wouldn't help myself up, you know,
be windows shopping a little bit.

Speaker 4 (42:56):
So you're in it for the long haul. You know,
it's up and down.

Speaker 3 (43:01):
And uh, I just wondered if you're you know, you're
a cheat on your husband or anything like that. No, no,
not everything about it ever.

Speaker 7 (43:10):
Wait?

Speaker 4 (43:10):
Wait, what is going on?

Speaker 2 (43:12):
What's going on? Is this is actually Jubil from the
Jubil Show. It's a radio show. Hi, I mean also
on the show Hi and I'm Victoria. We do a
segment that's called to catch a Cheater. So if somebody
suspects their significant other of cheating. They see who they
send flowers to. And your husband, Bill is actually on
the phone.

Speaker 4 (43:31):
What, oh my god, what is going on? Wait?

Speaker 7 (43:39):
What's going on? You?

Speaker 12 (43:41):
Well, hon, you don't tell me where you're going. And
then I've noticed the money going from our bank account.
It doesn't say like where you're getting, you know, getting
the money out of, but just see the money leaving
the account. And you're not telling me where you're at.
So I don't know what you're doing. And it's been
like a one time thing or a couple of times
spend consistent here, so I didn't know where to where

(44:03):
to turn on, where to look. So surprise, Oh Wave.

Speaker 13 (44:08):
I I'm sorry that you have gone through this much trouble.
And yeah, I mean I've been sneaking out if you will,
but I'm not cheating on you. I'm not cheating on you, Okay.
I just you know what I deal with at night,
and I get bored and I don't like going to bars,
and you're.

Speaker 4 (44:28):
A boring moron, but I love you.

Speaker 13 (44:32):
Really sell out right, So I don't want to go
to like bars and stuff without you. So instead I've
been going to the casino. Okay, that's me coming clean too.
I will order just like a drink or two and
sit there for a little bit and it dons me
out and I can relax and then come home and

(44:56):
get some decent sleep. But I promise I am not partying.
I mean, I don't know how the.

Speaker 4 (45:03):
Else to career. I am not cheating on you. I
feel bad that I have to do this and that
I've been lying to you.

Speaker 13 (45:12):
But at the same time, the reason why I haven't
told you is because I know that you ay probably
stay up and wait for me, or b you'd insist
on coming to the casino with me, and then you'd
hate it the whole time, right, And I'd rather that
you just stay home and you sleep and just let
me do what I need to do. And you know.

Speaker 4 (45:33):
That's why I haven't told you.

Speaker 13 (45:35):
I don't know what I'll say. I mean, I.

Speaker 4 (45:39):
Hope you're on set.

Speaker 12 (45:42):
I guess seeing lady Luck is better than seeing another man.
I'm a little like I mean, I know that I'm
asleep and I would wait up for you if that's
where you were, So I mean I am I mean, yeah,
I'm a little kind of or that you don't want
me to go to the casino with you, but I
don't want you also like you know, whatever a clock

(46:05):
and then walking around the house not you know, just
now you're able to count cheap or anything. So and honestly, huh,
I mean if I didn't, like, if something really did happen,
and let's say, you know, God forbid, and you didn't
make it home before I woke.

Speaker 7 (46:18):
Up, I mean, what am I you know?

Speaker 12 (46:21):
Or you know, if you I don't know where you
are and you know, for you north of the casino
and something happened, at least I would know that's where
you were. But just kind of being m I A
you know what I mean, like I have I have.

Speaker 7 (46:31):
You could be it could be three states away.

Speaker 13 (46:34):
You know, I get it, I get it, I get it. Listen,
I now you know it's working for me for now,
and uh, you know it's working, and now you know
there's no hiding. You know, maybe every once in a
while you can come with me if you really want.
I did actually like, I have a really good night

(46:56):
last night.

Speaker 8 (46:57):
And I can actually even afford to take us trip.

Speaker 3 (47:02):
That's I lied to you by one money.

Speaker 8 (47:08):
Money.

Speaker 13 (47:08):
I think we deserve to have fun and get out
and uh, why don't you know we've been talking about
taking a beach trip and uh, we should just do it.

Speaker 12 (47:21):
Well, then let's not say how much money you want,
but a beach trip.

Speaker 7 (47:24):
Seems like a good amount.

Speaker 4 (47:28):
All right, go bag.

Speaker 12 (47:31):
Well, I guess I'm glad that I thought you were cheating,
said you.

Speaker 3 (47:37):
One way to look.

Speaker 10 (47:37):
At it the Jewbile shows to.

Speaker 3 (47:41):
Catch a cheater. Time for Nina's. What's trending? So McDonald's
is debuting their first ever scented billboards. What why? Scented
billboards are now coming. They're actually starting first in the
Netherlands because we don't we don't know if it's going
to come to the US yet, but what it's going
to look like is a big, blank, red and yellow
sign and then they're going to have smells piped in

(48:03):
through some kind of event, so when you drive by,
you get the fragrance. That's a great idea. So the
passers by already you're saying that it smells like French fries.
Oh yoh, that would make you okay exactly, you know
what I'm saying.

Speaker 9 (48:15):
Better idea, make it scratch and sniffs so that people
try to climb and get up at the billboard, and
then you get media attention for people climbing billboards.

Speaker 3 (48:26):
That they might do it anyway and wonder, oh, is
it just a smell or does it taste like French
fries too? And they get up there and they go whoop.
When it gets to America, That's exactly what will happen
when you gonna get up there and that thing.

Speaker 2 (48:38):
It's a great idea though, I mean, like you can
hit people in the senses like that they're going to
want to eat your burgers or you know what I mean.

Speaker 3 (48:43):
That's it's a great idea. I think it is too.
It's pretty genius. And I think that this is a
great new advertising tool for absolutely anybody. I wouldn't say anybody.

Speaker 9 (48:53):
He laundromat, Oh, I guess you could do the dryer,
smell the dry well.

Speaker 3 (48:56):
There's hotels that come out with fragrances that are just
for the tell so like whether it's what their lobby
smells like, or if it's in their room it's a
certain kind of popourri or a diffuser or whatever it is.
They're mostly upscale hotels, but that way, every time you
smell it, you think of the hotel, and then you
can buy the scent for the specific line that is
attached to the hotel, and then that way, it's like

(49:17):
it keeps you coming back and wanting more, and the
hotel generates money just from having its own sentiments. It's
like a drug dealer. Yeah, hardrug deals sales one.

Speaker 2 (49:28):
You guys want to drive by our billboard and freebase
our fries real quick and they come in here and
start dying in a regular races.

Speaker 7 (49:33):
Go for it.

Speaker 3 (49:34):
I mean, you think about it. We could have a
Jewels show smell and then that way, every time you
smell it, you think of the show, and it better
smell good. Don't be weird as we say laughter. I
was just thinking of myself because I smell good. And
then you guys get tag along. So Eminem is asking
his stands to share their story for an upcoming documentary.

(49:56):
So he hasn't really detailed what the documentary is, but
he's asking all this fans for help. So he tweeted
out an online survey with questions like how you heard
about Eminem, what you felt the first time you heard
his music, do you buy merch and so on? And
then he also wants a one minute video explaining why
you are Eminem's biggest fan. That's cute. I think it's

(50:17):
really cute. And actually, if you want to be in
a documentary, there's a good chance he'll use it if
you say something good. And then his son in law,
why his daughter's married, Hayley. And then she also like
she's an adult now she is beautiful. Yeah, she's beautiful.
She got married, anything like last year you never know. Yeah,

(50:40):
because there's a goal. He doesn't mean he can't score,
no school, it's a harder. Lastly, the CDC is expected
to warn doctors about fake botox. What I thought this
was important to talk about, especially if you find yourself
getting botox. Where you get it matters. So there is

(51:02):
a new type of sickness that it's made its way
to multi states. So they're calling it a multi state
outbreak investigation because they're having symptoms of actual botulism like
blurred double vision, droopy face, fatigue, shortness of breath, and
they're saying it's because of fake botox. That makes sense
to me. Fake botox depending on where you get your injection,

(51:22):
so they're saying that you should be getting it from
a medical place. Not just like a botox party with
some but even then sometimes there are ends that are
doing it. But this is the new thing, So just
something to think about if you get botox, is it
is it fake or.

Speaker 9 (51:37):
Botox is made literally from and you're putting Yeah interesting, yeah, cute,
look at my face.

Speaker 3 (51:47):
But maybe it's like it's watered down or it's the
same thing with like fillers, if you're getting fake filler
in your butt, like all that kind of stuff. So
there's some way that whatever it is that you're injecting
isn't proper. So whatever chemicals it's messing with or mixing
with could make you sick.

Speaker 2 (52:01):
Well, yeah, and they tell you after you get it
to not go in the sauna and not work out
for twenty four hours and things like that. Yeah, and
then this is my opinion, but they say that because
it doesn't set as well. I think they do it
because they don't want it to get into your bloodstream,
because botulism is a systemic bacteria that gets into your
lymph nodes and basically kills your lymph nodes like it

(52:21):
does the muscles in your face or whatever. And I
think they don't want you to move your blood around
too much after you get botox, no matter what, because
of that, That's what I think.

Speaker 3 (52:29):
No, they don't. They also don't want you to move
around too much because if it moves, so like if
you got it in one location and you're moving around
and it goes to another location where you didn't want it.

Speaker 2 (52:37):
I think they tell you so it doesn't move like that.
That's what they say. But really they don't want you
to circulate your blood too much.

Speaker 3 (52:43):
Bro, what is it? I mean that's sometimes you can't
drink after certain things because of blood circuit. Anyway, it
doesn't matter, whatever your choice is, whatever you're doing out there,
be aware that this may be a thing, and be
careful of where you get your injections. Your injector matters
in an alley real different guy named Chuck.

Speaker 10 (53:02):
So that's what's trending. Truck Chuck's botox truck, that's what's trending.

Speaker 8 (53:17):
Jubles Dirty Little Secret.

Speaker 3 (53:19):
On the New Hits of one of six point one. Hello, Hey,
what's up? You have a dirty little secret? I do, sweet?
What is it?

Speaker 13 (53:29):
I love my husband, but I do not want him.

Speaker 4 (53:31):
To live with me.

Speaker 3 (53:35):
I can understand that he doesn't know this.

Speaker 8 (53:38):
No, he does not.

Speaker 2 (53:39):
There's a trend of people like living in separate houses
that are married. You know, you can bring that up
to him.

Speaker 10 (53:45):
I have heard that.

Speaker 12 (53:46):
Yeah, that would be nice.

Speaker 3 (53:47):
They also have sleep divorce where they sleep in different rooms.
That's an option, like to well, I don't, I don't.
I don't want him in my house all the time.
What does he do? The bugsyes the most in the house.

Speaker 13 (54:01):
Everything, My goodness, I just wanted to be there to
put me to sleep and then just go.

Speaker 4 (54:09):
To his own house.

Speaker 2 (54:12):
Sounds like you want a boyfriend, Well, good luck trying
to figure that out.

Speaker 3 (54:16):
Thank you for your dirty little secret. Be really thankful
to be single, and like yeah, bye, honey, Hello, hello, Hey,
what's up? You have a dirty little secret?

Speaker 11 (54:26):
I do. It's actually more like I know someone else's
dirty little secret.

Speaker 3 (54:33):
Okay.

Speaker 11 (54:33):
So I brought home a friend with me from college
a few years ago, like back to my parents' place,
and I woke up in the middle of night and
I heard my friend like moaning stop it. Yeah, And
I was like, who did she bring back to my place?

(54:54):
Like how does she meet somebody here already? And so
I like sneak out of my room and then I
hear another voice, and I realized the sounds are coming
from my dad's room.

Speaker 3 (55:03):
Stop it.

Speaker 11 (55:04):
Oh what Yes, so I heard my friend my dad ewa,
I know, I know, And I was like, okay, this
is something I'm just never ever, ever, ever, ever gonna
mention to either one of them.

Speaker 3 (55:18):
No kidding? Did you wait? So you never brought it up? Like, Yo,
were you my dad last night?

Speaker 8 (55:23):
Nope?

Speaker 11 (55:23):
I never did. Maybe one day if we're getting a fight,
I can be like, yeah, but you bowed my dad.

Speaker 3 (55:28):
But like, you're still friends with this person?

Speaker 4 (55:33):
Huh uh huh yep.

Speaker 3 (55:34):
Interesting are you still friends with your dad?

Speaker 11 (55:37):
I mean, I'm still daughter to my dad.

Speaker 4 (55:40):
I don't believe in that whole like my dad and
my best friend. Like that sounds like I was a
bad dad.

Speaker 3 (55:43):
Yeah. Wow, that's interesting. I don't think I could still
be friends with somebody if they smashed my dad. Ew whoa,
you never brought it up to your friend.

Speaker 8 (55:51):
You know what?

Speaker 3 (55:52):
No?

Speaker 11 (55:52):
I mean, it's gross, But I'm also like, I'm happy
for anyone who finds love in this world, even briefly.
So I'm like trying to be like, as a person.

Speaker 3 (56:01):
It's fine, thank you for your dirty little secret. Thank
you have a good one Bye.

Speaker 4 (56:08):
What's your dirty little secret.
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