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March 4, 2024 45 mins

Just when you thought heart surgery would keep a good man down, Costello waltzes back into the studio, scar and all, trading his hospital gown for a mic. The rollercoaster of a quadruple bypass couldn't quash his spirit, or his ability to make us chuckle at the absurdity of a close shave with mortality—and the nurses. We zoom from the raw edges of a personal health crisis to the lighter side of life, with a detour through pop culture's landscape where Rolling Stones still reign supreme, and Taylor Swift might just be our next MVP in the Skybox.

Of course, life isn't all rock 'n' roll and recovery wards; we also wade into the murky waters of political tides and personal battles with substance abuse, where the stories of public figures like Matthew Perry and O.J. Simpson serve as sobering reminders of the fragility of success. Then there's the global chessboard, where political novelties clash with the age-old turmoil of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and we're left to ponder the weight of history and morality on our shoulders.

So, grab your headphones and prepare for a trek across a landscape dotted with the unexpected and the profound. From health scares to political flares, we've got stories that will tug at your heartstrings and tickle your funny bone. No guest needed this week; just Chris and I, promising a blend of thoughtfulness, humor, and a smidge of chaos—because what's life without a little unpredictability? Stay tuned, and let's march into the unknown together, one episode at a time.

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Speaker 1 (00:06):
In this edition of the original cancelled Radio
Guys, costello survives hisquadruple bypass in his home,
such as the dedication of aradio guy.
We talk about the RollingStones, taylor Swift, costello's
nearerotic adventure with anurse, a razor and a very
delicate part of his anatomy.
So turn up the volume for thisweek's adventure, sure to be

(00:26):
trending on every platform.
Please bookmark us, follow usor subscribe.
Now it's Chris and Costello.
The original cancelled RadioGuys.

Speaker 2 (01:17):
Thanks you all.
Oh, thursday week, so is thisbeen a week, yeah, yep, a week
since your quadruple bypassing.

(01:37):
Yet here you are reallydedicated.
You don't want to miss a weekof the show well, you did damn
much impressive, so that I'mimpressed well, thank you.

Speaker 3 (01:46):
Thank you, we do have one in the can I'm working on
at the moment, um, but Icouldn't work in the hospital.
I tried, but it it just didn'twant to.

Speaker 2 (01:56):
Uh, it was, it was awesome the, the infamous
hospital show, hasn't beenreleased to the world I'm I'm
afraid it hasn't.
So, uh, heroes and boys um,what kind of excuses is your
quadruple bypass surgery?
That's an excuse, putting theshow out there.

Speaker 3 (02:13):
How lame ass is that well, it is pretty lame ass,
I'll agree with you.
Uh, and none of this is reallykind of sunk in.
They cracked open my chest andand and pulled everything out,
and in a quadruple which meansum, germs and ladies who don't
know and I'm one of them thatall four arteries to my heart
were blocked.

(02:33):
Now how the hell does thathappen?
And I mean, I was starting tofeel kind of shitty.

Speaker 2 (02:39):
Anyway, good living and good diet.

Speaker 3 (02:41):
You've been going by prime rib every night, lobster,
two packets of fags.
That's what's it.

Speaker 2 (02:47):
That's what probably did it, yeah the cigarettes at
being in the third trimesterstomach.
Yep, yep, mommy's, you're gonnaget birth, maybe soon, son.
I don't know.
I don't know.
That's my food babies.

Speaker 3 (03:02):
Oh my god, I mean really.
So, like I said, how?

Speaker 2 (03:05):
much.
How much weight have you lostso far?

Speaker 3 (03:07):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (03:08):
I haven't weighed myself quite a bit, though, but
you can tell you can, you can,you can see right, you can go,
look, you're lighter right yeah,and I sure it's fit again and
stuff.
So I guess this single livingone it's a tough way to lose
weight either.
Most people do a zipping, yougo.
Well, I'm a quadruple bypassand do it that way.
I feel like crap and thoughtthey're like eating well, you

(03:30):
know what they?

Speaker 3 (03:30):
they tried to do, um uh rotor router, but they didn't
work uh, so they had to go.
Uh, I was.
I was on the table for sevenhours, seven hours I asked.

Speaker 2 (03:41):
I asked if I could scrub in and watch and they
wouldn't let me.
I want to see him get theshredders and, just in, crack
you open, spread.
That part is fully like a fish.
And just go look at this guy.
He's got no blood pumping tohis heart.
They're all clogged up, but soyou?
Can feel better now you'regonna have energy, you're gonna
have blood flow, you're gonna go.
Holy crap, I feel you'll feellike.
I feel like you go.
I feel like I'm 55 again.

Speaker 3 (04:02):
I already do well, I mean I do accept that I
obviously my body is is tryingto repair, so, um, it's, it's
taking its time, but hey, thisis only day two at home, so uh
yeah great, I know it's a slowgo, but you're doing, you're
doing good.

Speaker 2 (04:20):
Well, thank you, that's a big damn thing you had
done there.
I mean, you can have a.
Really you have a permanentzipper going down your chest
there.
Nice little scar, couple ofthem couple of them.

Speaker 3 (04:30):
Yeah, I'm gonna hopefully you ask for the
zippers.

Speaker 2 (04:34):
That way, you just don't zip at any time.

Speaker 3 (04:35):
You're cool, look at here oh, I don't think we're
gonna need to do that again.
It was interesting, though,because I mean, you know what
what is done it was.
I mean, you know the thingsthey do to you pre-operatively.
Um, I'd heard about but didn'treally believe.
But uh, suddenly I noticed thatthe drawstring to my pants was

(04:57):
being pulled and the next thingI knew, my pants were on the
ground barely standing there.

Speaker 2 (05:03):
There's a question wait, you mentioned that they
had to shave you.
Yeah, I was just about to tellyou, everywhere you had your,
you had your dicky shavers.
I mean, you had your armpitshavers, every.
You know, of course you gottaget a little, get a little woody
going.
When they shave, you do it, thedicky shavers.
But no, no, you can drawyourself, could you?
But what?
What's the reason for the totalbody shave?

(05:24):
Did I tell you?

Speaker 3 (05:25):
just gonna get into this brilliant bit that I f***
what Jesus I mean, why would hedo that?
I well, it has to do withhygiene.
I think I mean it has sterile.
Yeah, be sterile, got to besterile everything.

Speaker 2 (05:43):
So when they're hoping your chest, the last
thing they want to see is apubic air in there.
Is that the thing?
Absolutely Yep.

Speaker 3 (05:48):
Absolutely, if you sent back downstairs again.
So I mean, y'all shaved up.

Speaker 2 (05:56):
You look like you're.
You're 12 years old down thereagain, right Probably.

Speaker 3 (05:59):
I'm really looking, really look, to be honest, you
know so.
So there I was, just I was juststanding there and suddenly my,
my scrubs hit the floor.
Before I knew it, there weretwo beautiful nurses standing in

(06:19):
front of me with raises.
This only happens once in alifetime, because still I
remember this wonderful moment.
And, yeah and gently, as theyshaved all the hairs off my legs
and I, I look down and Meet theeyes of a lovely young nurse

(06:39):
and she gazes back at me andsays you know, sir, I tend to be
a little clumsy sometimes.
I Said, really, that's aterrible thing to tell me I lost
you have my genitals in yourhand, but it was okay.
She shaved and that thing wasokay.
And then she said you know,once you've shaved somebody in

(07:01):
such, a, such a Private area, itfeels like we've bonded.
She'd yes, it does, I Feelbonded with you too.

Speaker 2 (07:12):
Well, she said, you're hanging on the the shaver
.
Oh yeah, okay.

Speaker 3 (07:16):
She's only shaving my balls and We've bonded, then
perhaps, maybe we should go fora drink Many weeks after, I
should think.
So there you go, girls and boys.
There's today's a Little bit ofliterature for you.

Speaker 2 (07:33):
Man, I just knew she said one thing.
You may have been a lot of it.
I heard her say sirs, you'reasked, always been this hairy.

Speaker 3 (07:44):
Well, we'll see how they say it grows back twice as
Harry.
That's not gonna be good news.

Speaker 2 (07:50):
So you're clean shaven.
You got a date, you know whatshe likes to do.
Now on your other date.
I guess, I shave you againplease.

Speaker 3 (08:03):
I got the foam and I got saved this time.
Oh yeah, Well, you never know.
You never know.
I have no idea even how to howto find these people.
I should find them and thankthem anyway, because it was a
great bit of levity and what wasbasically a really shit moment.
I mean, it take that takesliterally some balls, doesn't it

(08:26):
?
You know to make crack a jokewhen you got somebody's balls in
your hands like, yeah, that'sgood.
Oh, I tell you she wasabsolutely wonderful and so are
you.

Speaker 2 (08:37):
Are you going after this drink I?

Speaker 3 (08:39):
don't know, I'm well, I not.
Now I've got a way to get in asit was she serious that may get
a drink.
I don't know.
I she was at the moment.
She was definitely serious.

Speaker 2 (08:48):
We'll have to find out in age, or to me she's not
even close, not even close, noteven close.

Speaker 3 (08:56):
I know isn't that wonderful, so be the date in
your dreams Okay you know what.
And then you catch a glimpse ofyourself in the mirror and bang
back to reality.
God, what's that fat?
That fat ugly thing?
Always me.

Speaker 2 (09:15):
Go, man, can you turn the lights out again, so look
good, okay.
Yeah, really, really damn, Ilook good in the dark, okay.
So there you go, boy, I try towhy you were recuperating from
your quadruple dooples,superduper bypass Some, some pod
news news came about.
Oh, why you were, why we wereout.

(09:35):
We had to skip a week.
Okay.
Yeah and I guess this makessense.
The number one podcast in thecountry since we're not on was
Ghost stories.
Who are all?
the way and I guess you want togo stories.
Okay, yeah, yeah, but this dudethink I had no idea this.
Okay, get your back in school,and I guess podcasts is now part
of their regimen lifestyle.

Speaker 3 (09:58):
Education, oh yeah, why not?

Speaker 2 (10:00):
48% of all kids in school listen to a podcast.
One podcast every week, once aweek, okay, 48%.
So we could, we could Jump intothat.
You know that audience, if youjust clean up your damn potty
mouth a little bit, okay, stilllikes to drop the F bomb all the

(10:22):
time.
We have 48% of all kids listento podcast.
But you're trash mouth.
We clean that.
Maybe we can go for thataudience, can you do it?
What are you doing back thereyou?

Speaker 3 (10:37):
Get my shaving.
Party no, no, no, I won't flushuntil we finished.
All right, go ahead.
Yes, so so these kids aregetting off on horror 48%.

Speaker 2 (10:51):
Wow, listen to a podcast fully every week.
One podcast a week, that'sinteresting.
That's, that's half.
I mean that's a huge number,but we don't have a chance of
that as long as you keep, you,keep, you keep.
You know you're talking trash.
You can't actually.
You love, you love to drop theF bomb.

Speaker 3 (11:10):
I'll, I'll make, I'll make, I'll make an extra effin
not to say that then.
Yeah, what the fuck's wrongwith this?
Clean it up, right.
Really, I have some sort ofshit anymore.
Oh Okay, I said shit.
Oh, no, no, we can do that.
We can do that if we must, butanyway, sometimes you just have
to use the little button here,you know.

(11:30):
Anyway, yeah, that's just,that's a lot of people.
We got listeners all over theplace and we got more now, just
by the way, yeah, yeah, yep, yep, I was looking at our stats, so
that's really nice.
So you know, of course, what weshould tell people is that we
are, of course, weekly show.
We do this.
Well, it's been me weekly thisweek, but you know, barring

(11:52):
death, yeah, we're pretty muchhere for you every week.

Speaker 2 (11:57):
I just told your sisters to try to keep you up
right, and guess you just keelover and you sit there and
pretend you're doing the showand I'll do both voices.

Speaker 3 (12:04):
Well, I tell you what I just made a promo before I
went in there.
It's all AI that the promo is,and you can't you can barely
tell.

Speaker 2 (12:18):
I like our AI.

Speaker 3 (12:20):
It sounds good.
Oh it is, you have listened toit.
That is good.

Speaker 2 (12:25):
I will hey.
Yes, it's still a nationalphenomenon, so we have to be a
part of it once again this week.
Okay, some things just don't goaway as fast as we would like,
right, okay, lead me on Taylor.
Swift, taylor Swift, travisKelsey.
Oh yeah, okay, the Kansas, theKansas City Chiefs are playing

(12:45):
at my city, denver this weekend.
Of course it's kind of snow andcold, but I mean we've lost to
him 16 times in a row.
I feel 17 is coming on.
She doesn't go back on tour inSouth America until a little
next week, late next week rather.
So Audra High, she's probablygoing to be in Denver tomorrow
on the Skybox.
Can we find out for sure?

Speaker 3 (13:07):
I would Well we'd have to check the roster and see
if you know she's playing likea supporting position, so to
speak.

Speaker 2 (13:15):
Like a butt rash that just won't go away.
Here's Chris and CostelloCostello.
Hey, Costello, just to let youknow I have your surgeon here,
Okay.

Speaker 1 (13:25):
Uh-huh.

Speaker 2 (13:25):
Doc, I'm not going to keep you long, okay, I just
want to know that after youperform the quadruple, super
duple, double dupe, boy Scottand out Dot, not on Costello,
yeah.
And you walked into the roomand you looked at him.
What did you think?
Huh, it's alive.
It's alive, it's alive.

(13:46):
That's exactly how I felt.

Speaker 3 (13:53):
Even he was shocked.
Yeah, I'm not really surprised.
Well, who's shocked?

Speaker 2 (13:57):
Art surgeon in South Carolina.
Well hell, I pulled this off.

Speaker 3 (14:02):
Well, I was his second patient.
I was on his table for sevenhours, man, seven fricking hours
, but man, yeah, you know what?
The worst thing about all thiswas that the taste and smell
sensation that you get aftersurgery.
It's about gone now, buteverything smelled of this
horrible chemically like um, ohGod, it was.

(14:27):
It was like living in WestVirginia again.
Remember that town that used tostink Nitro?
That was it.
Um, just just.

Speaker 2 (14:35):
Yeah, well, they just , they had those plants.
They put out those gaseousfumes all the time.
Yeah, and they wonder whyeverybody in West Virginia only
has three teeth.
Well, everything, everything,breathing that shit.

Speaker 3 (14:48):
Everything I, everything, I could smell,
everything, I could taste.
It just had this, this flavorto it.
Oh God, it's gone now, thankGod, so that's good.
We're feeling pretty good aboutthat.
Um, hey, did you happen to hear, just by the way, that the
Rolling Stones new album or isthe single is number one

(15:08):
downloads and such like?
I think that's great.

Speaker 2 (15:11):
I mean, there's no competition right now, so I
don't know why it wouldn't dowell.

Speaker 3 (15:16):
There is no competition.

Speaker 1 (15:50):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (15:56):
Welcome, welcome, lady Gaga Coming down, coming
down, you're right.
Well, that's why it's numberone.
Okay, it's wonderful and it'sgood.
It's actually, it's actuallypretty good.

(16:16):
Yes, exactly, yeah, about time,probably the last one.

Speaker 2 (16:22):
Oh it's gotta be.

Speaker 3 (16:23):
Yeah, I mean, keith Richard is going to eventually
one day succumb and fall overand that'll be the end of it.

Speaker 2 (16:30):
But I don't know.
Keith Richard is going.

Speaker 3 (16:32):
Hey, I live Matthew Perry, so hey that he did
exactly the same thing as, um uh, of course, whitney Houston and
Whitney's doing.

Speaker 2 (16:45):
We don't know yet I mean it's just like oh, he
drowned.
They knew that they found somedrug paraphernalia there.
She passed out and sunkunderneath the water Right.
They said he was really happythat he just renovated this
house.
He was enjoying the hot tub.
He was in a great mood, greatspirit, something I don't know.
How they hectic you drown byyourself in a hot tub.

(17:06):
I don't, I don't get it.
But maybe you had a heartattack.

Speaker 3 (17:10):
He could well have been.
I was on my way to trade achose and I was pretty happy and
presto being yeah, see, what'sgoing to happen is like you're
not alone.

Speaker 2 (17:22):
Guess, this week OJ, who's still in Vegas?
We see him from time to timedriving around.
He's going.
You know, I'm driving around,I'm passing out at the red
lights.
Is he really passing outstanding up?
Uh-oh, I went to the hospital.
They took me right there.
They said they're going tocrack my chest and do all kinds
of stuff to me.
Yeah, and you had the sameproblem you had set.
For some reason they did itinstead of cracking him because

(17:47):
obviously I guess that freakedhim out, but it didn't save you
life, it doesn't matter.
They went up, they went to veinup his wrist and went into the
heart that way.

Speaker 3 (17:54):
Oh, okay.

Speaker 2 (17:55):
And then an ablation on him.
Okay, so when he woke up duringthe procedure.
Oh, it's well known fact thatsurgeons and the staff listen to
some music while they're outworking on it, cause you know
they're in there for a long time.
Seven hours for you.

Speaker 3 (18:09):
Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2 (18:10):
He woke up and during the procedure and I've done
that before and they wereplaying Wu Tan clan, he didn't
like, so he was freaking out.
I forgot where he was.
He listened to Wu Tan clan.
He just like.
He started freaking out thetable.
You're great, great.
I know I said flipping around,they're going come on, man die

(18:30):
on the table, but now he,obviously you survive.

Speaker 3 (18:33):
Well, there you go.

Speaker 2 (18:35):
I mean, you and OJ having a hard issue in the same
week.

Speaker 3 (18:40):
Yes, and who else?
Somebody else did too.
Yeah Well, you see, you knowit's trending and it's trendy to
do that.
I don't really recommend it.
I could be quite honest withyou.
See, they did that with me,they, they, they tried to do a,
do an angioplasty thing.
That wouldn't work, so I guessit's why it took them so long.
But so they carved up my, mylegs are all carved up too.

(19:04):
Don't get it, do you?

Speaker 2 (19:07):
I don't no, no, you just don't get it, do you?
You don't?
Yeah, you don't get it.
It's a serious thing.
Did they use different valvesin you?
Did they take one from your dog, one from your neighbor?

Speaker 3 (19:23):
No, they just did a bypass.

Speaker 2 (19:25):
One from a pig.

Speaker 3 (19:26):
They just did a bypass.
No, no valves, no valves.

Speaker 2 (19:29):
So so just kind of cut out the blockage and it's
hooked you back up and that'sright.

Speaker 3 (19:35):
Let you blood flow.
I'll tell you what I feel awakenow.
It hurts but I'm awake and Ican't move very far, but I'm
awake.

Speaker 2 (19:45):
Once you get going and you're over the pain and
stuff, your energy level isgoing to be through the roof.

Speaker 3 (19:50):
Excellent, good, I've got two shows to edit as it is.

Speaker 2 (19:55):
All right, man, People want to hear.
They want to hear to KristenCostello.
Original canceled radio guys.
Yes, and you're sitting underyour ass using a quadruple
bypass as an excuse.
No, I'm not.

Speaker 3 (20:03):
When the hell drives you boy.
No, I got a letter from my mom.

Speaker 2 (20:10):
Doesn't that get me?

Speaker 3 (20:11):
excused, Dear God man , I mean how many five?

Speaker 2 (20:14):
other from your mom.
Your two sisters were there.
Is that a big?

Speaker 3 (20:17):
family affair for you .
Oh, am I my kids, yep, my twochildren and your kids Go ahead.

Speaker 2 (20:25):
That's it.
That was all of us.
When I cancer, I went to myseven hour surgery, I woke up
and guess who was there.

Speaker 3 (20:31):
Nobody Exactly Thank you.
Well, thank you, mike.
When I had cancer too, the samething.

Speaker 2 (20:35):
My wife was there.

Speaker 3 (20:37):
Mine wasn't as big as yours, though, my cancer thing,
so you're lucky.
My wife the rock was there shewas there.
That's cool.

Speaker 2 (20:45):
He'd been the rock.

Speaker 3 (20:47):
Indeed.
So there you go, we should, weshould give her an award.

Speaker 2 (20:52):
This is Halloween.
So, yeah, we're not Halloween.
I'm sick of I can't.
Everywhere you look and it'sthe number one costume.
People think this is so cool.
This is not a Halloween To me.
This is like spooky stuff, youknow.
Yeah, but everyone's dressingup like Taylor Swift and Travis
Guels, the Kansas City.

Speaker 3 (21:13):
Well, that's kind of stupid, because that's not scary
.

Speaker 2 (21:17):
Well, that's it's like.
To me it's more like a costumeparty masquerade thing.
You dress up like that, but forHalloween it's like it's Taylor
Swift and Travis Guelph.

Speaker 3 (21:29):
But that there's nothing scary.

Speaker 2 (21:31):
And who are you?

Speaker 3 (21:33):
Well, that's, I can't get out.
So I don't know.

Speaker 2 (21:36):
I'm stuck here.
Well, the pants you wear in thecostume, it could be scary.

Speaker 3 (21:39):
But you know, I remember one year in fact, who
was, when I was working with youand the first time I'd ever
actually dressed up forHalloween.
And what I did was I got allthis tissue paper and I got that
rubber glue right and put it onmy face and I stretched it out
and let it dry a bit, and I letit dry over the gas range.

(22:02):
God knows how I got away withthis.
Think about that for a minute.

Speaker 2 (22:09):
And so almost the same thing.
I've had some of that rubbermask glued to the same thing,
yeah, and I put some of thatstuff to it, like like skin
hanging that.

Speaker 1 (22:16):
I have to make up over it.

Speaker 2 (22:17):
Yeah, I was like a guy, a melting guy, you know so
I loved doing stuff that's scary.

Speaker 3 (22:22):
Yeah, that's good fun stuff, not this.
I'm going to dress up Now.
If I dressed up like TaylorSwift, it would be a little
scary, that's true, yeah.

Speaker 2 (22:32):
Well, if you say, for example, if you dress up like
Taylor Swift and then you do themelting face thing, dressed up
like that, that would be good.

Speaker 1 (22:39):
Well, I would be kind of yeah, If you don't see
missing his arms, he couldn'tcatch a pass.

Speaker 2 (22:43):
That would be good, just kind of like the game he
had against the Broncos thispast Sunday.
He couldn't catch a pass sobecause his baby wasn't up in
the sky box going, oh my bigstraw.

Speaker 3 (22:56):
No, he wasn't there.
Oh, dear, and it's one of those, she wasn't there.
So he couldn't catch a pass andthey lost, didn't they?

Speaker 2 (23:04):
I don't remember what the score was Every game she's
been at they've won, and they'vewon easy.
Yeah, I mean she wasn't there.
It's like, well, I couldn'tperform.
She wasn't there.
It's what the board could do,it you mean.

Speaker 3 (23:18):
what the thing of it is, of course, is that the I'm
making you sick, yet yeah, thedefense is all looking up.
They're going.
Oh look there she is.
Meanwhile the score goes up.

Speaker 2 (23:29):
That's pretty Well if you notice they show us this
before game.
Players were looking up thereto see if she was around, yeah,
and they were like this one'sgot to get ready going back on
tour in a few days in SouthAmerica.
They're going to be a part.
Oh no, how are they going tosurvive?

Speaker 3 (23:46):
Oh dear my schnookums .

Speaker 2 (23:49):
After about two weeks , Taylor will be going.
Travis, what, Travis, what Ilied For what?
For what?

Speaker 3 (23:57):
I do have that conversation of you and her a
couple of weeks ago.
Again, my apologies.

Speaker 1 (24:04):
Was that good?

Speaker 2 (24:06):
Yes, I think so We'll actually.
We'll get out there so ourlisteners can hear it.
Sometimes soon before the nextyear, yes, soon.

Speaker 3 (24:14):
Indeed, indeed, next couple of days, I mean, you know
it's well, like I say, I dohave that, I did have that small
cold and that did kind of stopme from doing stuff.
So, man, it's a good morningexcuse after another.
I know I had a triple heartbypass surgery.
Oh no, I got a cold.

Speaker 2 (24:34):
Hey hey.
I got COVID again Sorry excuseme.
Yeah, I got herpes quadruple.

Speaker 3 (24:42):
Quadruple, if you don't mind.

Speaker 2 (24:43):
Thanks, you meet quadruple, like that matters.
Just another loople.

Speaker 3 (24:50):
Well, exactly, but there we go.

Speaker 2 (24:51):
What's?
One more loople.

Speaker 3 (24:53):
Don't, don't diss my loople man.
Come on, give me credit forthat.

Speaker 2 (24:57):
Well, yeah so yeah, I had to.
So since you got done, but yousaid goodbye to your sisters
that they went back to England,right?

Speaker 3 (25:03):
Yes, they did.

Speaker 2 (25:05):
Yes, was it a fun.
Goodbye, thank you for coming,or?

Speaker 3 (25:08):
Of course.

Speaker 2 (25:08):
Thank God, get the hell out of here.
Which way?

Speaker 3 (25:10):
Oh, it was a fun.
Goodbye.

Speaker 2 (25:13):
That's good.

Speaker 3 (25:16):
Yeah, well, I mean, actually I was just they were
able to drive themselves.
Obviously, I can't drive, sothey had to drive themselves to
the airport and give back therental car and lauditar all that
shit.

Speaker 2 (25:28):
Did they drive on the right side of the road on the
way back?

Speaker 3 (25:31):
Wouldn't matter.
Around here no one will notice,maybe not.
Yeah, I trust that they did.
But so, yeah, back to back togood old blighty, where it's
been snowing much like it is atyour place, and you know.
So, yep, they were gone, theywere gone, and so now I'm all on

(25:51):
my lonesome.
But that's all right, I don'tmind, I'll heal.

Speaker 2 (25:54):
What's been going on since we've had a show on there,
since, since you've beenrecuperating Finally get a new
speaker to house.
Some guy they pulled that leftfield, no one knows.
Yeah, they go.
What's what's?
What's your agenda?
What do you go by?
He goes open and read the Bible.
That's my agenda.
Oh God, he's also.
Well, I know he's also.
He's about Bible thumper.
He's his election denier.

(26:15):
He's a Trump.
You know good, election wasrigged, all this and he's our
speaker Right.
Brilliant, this is gonna workwell.
Country's gone.
Country's gone to crap.
Let's go to England.
We'll go back to see yoursisters, we're going to go.

Speaker 3 (26:30):
Oh God, no, england is as bad.
I've run out of places to go.
I don't know where to go now.
I mean, you know, muzzalon,we're going to screw wherever
you go anymore, you know.
Hey, I know, let's go to Israel, that's an idea there's some
good condominiums to sell rightnow

Speaker 1 (26:53):
in.

Speaker 2 (26:53):
Gaza.
One should laugh.
They have sunroofs and you openspace.
There are no windows.
The breeze comes right intothis.
It's kind of like a walk in,walk out type thing, yeah that's
great, great.

Speaker 3 (27:06):
And there's a nice big hole in the backyard where
you can eventually put aswimming pool if you want.
That's going to be just lovelyand a nice view of the Golan
Heights as well.

Speaker 2 (27:16):
Fabulous, fabulous.
There's fighting back and forth.
You can't even say, okay, westand by Israel.
But you can't even say, like,well, wait a minute, take it
easy, you're just bombing alsoinnocent Palestinians.

Speaker 1 (27:29):
Every.

Speaker 2 (27:29):
Palestinian is Hamas, you know Right.
And so if you say that andpeople are going, you're
standing up for terrorists.
No, we're not.

Speaker 1 (27:36):
I hate the terrorists .

Speaker 2 (27:37):
There's innocent people there as well too, I mean
, I think, the only thing youcan do with a you know.

Speaker 3 (27:43):
If somebody's going to be ultra orthodox or whatever
is to say listen, you lookafter your own, you look after
people.
You don't bomb the shit out ofthem because you're pissed off
at their neighbor, becausethey're both to blame.
I'm sorry.
You know what I mean.
Israel's been doing that andI'm saying this is you know it's
all your answers.

Speaker 2 (28:03):
It's real.
It's real.
They're just pissed right now.
They're like we were after 9-11.
Just go and just whatever yousee they're pissed.
They're worse than that becauseyou attack innocent people at a
concert, at a dance.
I mean, how many did they kill?
1400?
Or so Okay, Listen you killedabout 4000 Palestinians.
Yeah, well, that's they'reinside now too.

Speaker 3 (28:26):
And they destroyed the whole country.
But here's the thing right Now,back in 1938, maybe it was 19,
yeah, it would be about thatwhen they rounded up all the
Jews, okay, put them in Poland.
And the Nazis did this, not theconservatives, anyway, right.

(28:47):
So now you've got and this iswhat they did to the
Palestinians you got this tinystripper land.
There's like 3 million peoplein there, it's a tiny place and
then you wall them off.
You wall them off and then yourestrict everything and anything
that can come and go, and yourestrict them and their travel.
It doesn't take long for themto get pissed off about it.
I don't.

(29:07):
I mean, I don't agree with theway, you know, killing people.
I don't agree with that kind ofterrorism, but what has been
done to them over the decades ofthis?

Speaker 2 (29:18):
It's not going to be the Gaza Strip anymore, it's
just going to be the Gaza whole.
Yeah, is it?
Well, yeah.

Speaker 3 (29:25):
But I mean, you know all those people who lived there
and you know what.
50% of them are children, andso you know, now you're oh,
don't get me started.

Speaker 2 (29:36):
And good faith on my end.
Uncle Joey, the little Jewishwar who lived in my basement,
yeah, I set him free, I let himgo.

Speaker 3 (29:45):
Since I was probably over there.
Well, that was, that was mightyfine to you to have you, isn't
that good of me?
I'm going to let him go.
He's out there.

Speaker 2 (29:52):
He's, he's.
You know he got he got sunburn.
He hadn't seen his son in likesix months, oh, so he had to be
treated for that.
He's a little bit dehydrated.
So basically he was a littlebit away but I set him free.
He's saying he's going, he'sout there, he's kind of the
basement he's scuttled away, hedid.
Yeah, that's the old trailbehind him.

Speaker 3 (30:13):
Yeah, we cleaned that , yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
I mean, you know that's not ourjob to to to preach about
things, but sometimes what needsto be said needs to be said,
and that's that's it and yousaid and then they you said they
asked this new speaker of thehouse, so he sounded like an

(30:34):
insurance salesman.

Speaker 2 (30:34):
What's his name?
Mike Johnson.
Hey, I'm a state farm and I'malso your speaker at the house.
They asked him.
So what do you think?
What's going on?
Now he goes.
Are you still standing withIsrael?
He goes open the Bible.
That's my answer.

Speaker 3 (30:48):
Well, pick a page, any page, don't get me started.
No, no, no, never have anylessons.

Speaker 2 (30:54):
Well, actually he's.
If you, if you're a Democrat,you should be happy he's there
because he's more good field tothe fire in it, because he's you
know that's true.
You know he's extreme, and sothey'll pick on that as we get
closer to the election.
About a year away now, we'rethe year countdown clock this
coming week, man.

Speaker 3 (31:11):
That's true.
Well, he's extreme right, isn'tit?
So yeah, a year a year.

Speaker 2 (31:17):
God who's.
They had a.
They had a great thing becauseyou know everyone's talking
about the go to Vegas.
You're talking about this thespear, which is great, concerts
are great.
The outside of it, just peopleto stop and gawk at it because
the way they, they're actuallyselling ads on it now and stuff
too.
So there's one, the head boy.
It said Trump 20, 24 to yearsin prison.

(31:38):
I saw that one.
Yeah, was that great?
Yes.

Speaker 3 (31:45):
Oh, maybe it might come true, but of course he can
run the country from a prisoncell apparently.

Speaker 2 (31:55):
All the people who were indicted with him are
bailing in their turncoat.
They're going.
I'll talk.

Speaker 3 (32:00):
Save myself, I'll talk yeah, his kids, they just
go, they've got to go.

Speaker 2 (32:05):
Well, they're just testifying, they're not charged
anything but all the people whowere.
They're the 18 co-defendants whowere charged with him in
Georgia.
So far, I think it's been myfive or six who've already made
plea deals in exchange fortestifying and talking against
him.
So how the heck is he not goingto get out of this thing?
I mean, everyone else isflipping and saying, okay, we
did it, yes, we're guilty, andhe goes uh, I'm still not guilty

(32:29):
.
Is that going to work?
I just can't wait to ask thehow's it going to fly?
How's he not going to get aprison sentence out of one of
these things?

Speaker 3 (32:38):
Well, unless maybe he ends up in front of one of his
judges.

Speaker 2 (32:45):
We get a year to figure it out, because nobody
wants him as a nominee and theydon't want Biden only because
he's done a lot of good stuffand everyone goes, okay, you've
done a great job, but you're tooold, okay, so step aside and
thank you very much, and so giveme a little.
I thank you, thank you.
Who we got?
We got the Looney Tunes.
Bobby Kennedy, who command?

(33:05):
He's living off the name.
If he was halfway sane he wouldbe a great nominee but he's not
.

Speaker 3 (33:10):
No, he's not.
He's not His whole family tookout a page of the New York Times
saying we disavowed this man.
He's nothing to do with us.

Speaker 2 (33:21):
He's not a Kennedy.

Speaker 3 (33:22):
He's the only name only.

Speaker 2 (33:24):
Exactly, exactly, and he dropped and he's running as
an independent now.
I didn't even know he's beenDemocrats, he's gone all the way
back to the forties or so.
It's just I killed him.
What do we got?
Who we get?

Speaker 3 (33:38):
We get nobody.
Well, you know, there must,there's gotta be some.

Speaker 2 (33:42):
Republicans have a shot at.
They can replace the idiot.
But Democrats who they got?

Speaker 3 (33:46):
Well, there is one guy running.
Can't remember his name, though.

Speaker 2 (33:49):
Oh yeah, there isn't a guy running.
Yeah, yeah, just what a what?

Speaker 3 (33:53):
a question, I know him.

Speaker 2 (33:54):
There's a guy running .
That's how we know him Exactly.

Speaker 3 (34:00):
I'll vote for the guy .
Hey, he's got my vote yeah.

Speaker 2 (34:06):
Who is it?
It's the guy, yeah.
It's not Biden, it's not Trump.
So I'm for him.
Okay, as long as he's didn'tsay we'd be debiable.
That's my stance.
As long as he wasn't anelection denier, he's got my
vote.

Speaker 3 (34:18):
Well, he is a Democrat and he's the guy.

Speaker 2 (34:22):
He's the guy.
Well, I'm like in.
I vote for the best person.
I've never been a party guy.
I don't know about you.
No, I just.

Speaker 3 (34:28):
I got you.

Speaker 2 (34:29):
I voted Republicans in the past and Democrats as
well.
I just want a good person.
Right now, the Republicans havesome other people who may be
okay.
I mean Mike Pence dropped outhere's a shock.

Speaker 3 (34:40):
That's true.
Well, I mean that was, why didhe?

Speaker 2 (34:44):
He dropped out in Vegas, he was doing a speech in
Vegas, and went yeah, it's notmy time, mike, it never will be
your time.
I mean, once he had peoplethanking him for standing up to
Trump.
You know, certifying theelection, all that stuff, we do
appreciate all that, but he,just he, just he ain't the guy,
don't know man, you need a guy.

Speaker 3 (35:05):
Why don't we just let Putin in and let him run the
town place?

Speaker 2 (35:11):
You lost your mind.

Speaker 3 (35:12):
Yes, I'm being you're not the guy.
Extremely facetious, holy crap.
Not to the guy it's like thestick.
Did you ever watch that showand some of the funniest TV I've
ever seen?
Don't get it, Grier.

Speaker 2 (35:31):
You don't what, you just don't get it.
Grier, you don't, that doesn't,you didn't get it.
No, never mind, right, fine,but you don't have it yet.
You know, we just need to finda guy.

Speaker 3 (35:44):
Well, we got a guy.

Speaker 2 (35:46):
If anybody has any suggestions, that'd be great.
We need a guy.

Speaker 3 (35:49):
That's a good point.
There must be somebody outthere.

Speaker 2 (35:54):
I'm glad he was brains.
Who the hell would want thisoffice?

Speaker 3 (35:58):
Well, he doesn't pay very well either, I think, if we
had in the past.

Speaker 2 (36:02):
You could have, you know, maybe run for this thing
and just passed it becausethey're gone.

Speaker 3 (36:09):
Well, you know what you look at.
Say, someone like Obama, forexample, right when he won he
looked quite youthful.
He had, you know, black hairand everything, and then by the
a couple of years in he'd holdHaggard.
His hair's gone gray.
He does it to everybody, exceptfor Reagan, because he was old
when he started.

Speaker 2 (36:27):
So I mean, if he he dyed his hair too.

Speaker 3 (36:29):
Oh, yes, he did.
Most certainly, Howdywood youknow howdywood, oh yeah yeah,
yeah.
So I mean you see Biden whilehis hair was already silver, so
it doesn't really matter.

Speaker 2 (36:37):
But this is mostly transplanted and it's all gray
it is.

Speaker 3 (36:43):
Oh, it doesn't again.

Speaker 2 (36:44):
If he had a hair transplant he wouldn't have
nothing up there to be totallybald.

Speaker 3 (36:47):
Oh really, yeah, you didn't know that.
No, I didn't know that, oh well.

Speaker 2 (36:52):
Elon Musk hair transplant.

Speaker 3 (36:53):
Oh, really.
Well, yeah, it doesn't surpriseme, Joe Biden hair transplant.
I get you Well, Chris Bailey,yeah okay.
Oh well, Matthew Perry, wedidn't have a chance to ask.

Speaker 2 (37:01):
Oh well, yeah, he Was that too soon.
I'm sorry, he probably did yeahtoo, soon.
Well, I don't know, by the timeI've edited this and got it out
?

Speaker 3 (37:09):
probably not.
I'm surprised to learnMatthew's only 54.

Speaker 2 (37:21):
I doubt, because he's had a rough life.
He looked so much older, helooked good.
Well, I mean, he did a lot ofdrugs.
That's what drugs and alcoholwill do to you man.
That's it.
Just age you make you look good, you know.
Yeah, Well, that's.
I'm glad he was trying to getthings under control, but you
know, it just affected him a lot.

Speaker 3 (37:38):
It does that to.
I mean that's it.
I mean it rots the brain.
It does a lot of things to you.
Ages you for one thing yeah bigtime I'm glad I didn't do any
of those things.

Speaker 2 (37:48):
Aren't you glad our cocaine days are behind us yeah,
really yeah, although that wasfun.
It's only because we couldn'tget any good stuff.
That's why.

Speaker 3 (37:54):
He was caught, man.
There's nothing worse than that.

Speaker 2 (38:00):
We were doing it.
It was kind of pure stuff.
It was just nice and fun yeahlife is Get it now, It'll have
you know.

Speaker 3 (38:06):
Did you know that you know back in the what, 70s and
80s?
The first time I did Coke itwasn't even bad for you.

Speaker 2 (38:18):
What way's that Castello Explain that one?
Okay.
Well, I mean see, why don't Ihave a third hole in the inside
of my nose?
I don't know if it's not badfor you, but why do I have a
hole in my throat?
Is it drift down to your oh?

Speaker 3 (38:30):
I don't know.
Yeah, it's the bad for you.

Speaker 2 (38:33):
It's from eating green beans, okay.

Speaker 3 (38:36):
Well, I mean, it was before you know.
All of a sudden, oh my God,crack and all that.
So bad for me.
It used to be, of course, andyou know it can end up.

Speaker 2 (38:43):
Well, it used to be in Coca-Cola, that's right.

Speaker 3 (38:47):
Well, heroin used to be available too, Did you know?

Speaker 2 (38:49):
that.

Speaker 3 (38:49):
Yeah, so you know.

Speaker 2 (38:51):
People love Coca-Cola .
They go.
I just, I just feel so good onthis soda.
I didn't.
It's got to have some moreCoke's got to have some more.

Speaker 3 (38:57):
Oh, Coke's got to have some more.
Well, you know, coke gives youkeeps you going and going and
going.
Yeah, well, that was long, thatwas a long time ago.

Speaker 2 (39:08):
I called it the weekend and started on Friday
and I'd be good all the waythrough Sunday.

Speaker 3 (39:12):
On Coca-Cola, right, I got you.
Well, no, what's that line?
What's that line over here?
I'll take it.
Oh no, that was bleach.
Oh, never mind.

Speaker 2 (39:25):
It'd be going Friday through Sunday, and then I'd
crash out Monday throughWednesday Brilliant.
What about your show?
I actually work on Thursday andstart all over again on Friday
Brilliant, but what about yourshow?
I was doing well.

Speaker 3 (39:36):
I guess this wasn't radio days, then there must have
been after.
Pardon me what?
This wasn't your radio days.
It wasn't that way.
Well, it can't be, because howcan you?
What do you say?
What?
What I said it wasn't yourradio day.

Speaker 2 (39:48):
Where do you think I got it from?

Speaker 3 (39:51):
Well, yeah, but you had a show to do every day.

Speaker 2 (39:54):
I did yeah, yeah, yeah, okay, all right, never
mind, well really it was justkind of a weekend thing I could
do it.
I did because the show was moreimportant to me than doing that
, but it was just kind of a funthing for weekends for a bit.

Speaker 3 (40:08):
Yeah, and then it became very unfashionable and
extremely illegal.
Damn shame, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2 (40:18):
You know what are the days.

Speaker 3 (40:20):
Yeah, well, they have to ruin everything, don't they,
you know?

Speaker 2 (40:24):
damn people.
What are the days we're drugaddicts?
Wow.

Speaker 3 (40:26):
Your dogs are going.
Nuts man, you got a bear in thebackyard.

Speaker 2 (40:31):
We've had a few because they're getting ready to
hibernate, oh really.
So they're really loading up oncarbs, so they're around eating
everything they can find.

Speaker 3 (40:38):
Including dogs.

Speaker 2 (40:39):
Including one of my dogs.
Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 3 (40:42):
Hey, you know, when I was staying with you because I
saw that bobcat?
No, it was there.

Speaker 2 (40:46):
That was cool.
Yeah, bobcat, yeah, bobcat'sbeen making quite a few
appearances and good, the bearsare getting all the attention.
They broke into the very swanky, say, regis Hotel Kitchen in
Aspen.
Oh, I saw that video.
Yes, you saw that securityguard snuggling on the guy.
Just a very swaps, oh well yeahOf course he had to hold some
severe cuts on his back becauseI've been getting swept by a

(41:06):
bear's paws.
It's pretty sharp, you know.

Speaker 1 (41:08):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (41:09):
It's big and sharp, it's what it is.
He's lucky that the bear justwhacked him and just turned
around and walked out and hecould have, like you know, but
you know, they just they just hejust kind of startled him and
that's how they just defendthemselves.
They're not going to sit thereand just they're like grizzly
bear.
These are, these are the blackbears, that bears.
Yeah, if you startled them oryou invade their space, they'll
do that and they'll leave youalone, but grizzly grizzly's are

(41:30):
a whole little different.
Grizzly they wouldn't leave youalone.
They're going dinner.

Speaker 3 (41:34):
Well, yeah Well, you don't.
You don't have those inColorado, do you?

Speaker 2 (41:38):
No, no, where's?
He be going Costello Tasteslike cocaine.

Speaker 3 (41:43):
My tongue's gone numb .
I wonder why yeah.

Speaker 2 (41:48):
Anyway, well, this is very.
I'm glad you're feeling better,Costello.

Speaker 3 (41:51):
I, I am.

Speaker 2 (41:52):
This is going to be a Run the man go edit a couple of
damn shows so people can hearwhat's going on out there.

Speaker 3 (41:57):
Okay, this is of course the original, nearly very
canceled radio guys for both ofus.

Speaker 2 (42:04):
You need me canceled on a podcast.
I imagine that.

Speaker 3 (42:07):
Well, we all just canceled period.

Speaker 2 (42:11):
Remember, I told you, 48% of all kids listen to one
podcast a week.

Speaker 3 (42:17):
Well, I told you well , Listen to podcast.

Speaker 2 (42:19):
Now they're listening to it.
Man, we're out there, we'rethere, hello, how are you doing?
I know?

Speaker 3 (42:21):
I know, but you know what?
As a matter of fact, thesurgeon who worked on me,
Jeffrey Martin MD from PrismaHealth, now he listens.
All the nurses they say, hey,that was like being a celebrity,
he was bizarre, oh you do apodcast.

Speaker 1 (42:38):
You're surgeon-less.

Speaker 3 (42:39):
Searching was he's cool.

Speaker 2 (42:43):
Hey, listen, yeah, he still is.
That's what you created.
You created a monster.
You got a skull when you weredoing the quadruple, super duple
loople.
Voice count, not surgery on him.

Speaker 3 (42:59):
I know, man, Amazing ain't it?
And in South Carolina too, thiscould have happened when I was
staying with you.
That would have been really bad, that was really sucked, oh man
.

Speaker 2 (43:07):
Well, I'd be on your chest beating your chest, but I
can do any mouth-to-mouth stuff.
I can do that.
No, you want to be dying.
You got to do CPR, Well, that'sgreat, it was great.

Speaker 3 (43:18):
My only memory is vomiting into a bag, apparently,
and right before I co Thanksfor sharing that.
That's great.
Hey, we didn't like yourpodcast.
F*** you, I'm not going to.
Well, they broke my stern bydoing that just by the way, and
it hurt a lot.
That's a good memory.
Yeah, good times.
Yeah, good times.
Good times, good times, goodtalk.

(43:40):
I knew this year was going tobe a bitch, but I didn't realize
it would be this much of abitch.

Speaker 2 (43:44):
Gotta go out with a bang man.
Go out with a bang I thinkwe're going to be.

Speaker 3 (43:47):
Yeah, well, can't wait to see what happens.

Speaker 2 (43:48):
It's going to be fun.

Speaker 3 (43:50):
Well, let's get this here show edited, rolling and
out there, and apologies for thehey.
Doc.

Speaker 2 (43:57):
What, hey, doc you ever schooled before?
Doc you going to school for us?
I thought you.

Speaker 1 (44:01):
Okay.

Speaker 2 (44:02):
Just go, Come on school, buddy.

Speaker 3 (44:04):
Oh man, okay, Scream, scream, scream, uh-uh, whee
Thatta.

Speaker 1 (44:09):
Whee Thatta, whee Thatta, whee Thatta, whee Thatta
.

Speaker 3 (44:14):
Get out of there, all right, so that's it.
Then We'll see you on the nextone.
Don't forget to give us a.
It's a ride, it's a ride.
It's a ride.
It's a ride, it's a ride whenwe'll check out Chris's new
microphone.
Next time, don't forget to sendus an email at
chrisancostellocom.

(44:34):
Follow us.

Speaker 2 (44:37):
Yeah, we'll be a frickin' loosen.
Okay, that's all right.
Okay, bye, thatta, thatta, whee.
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