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March 23, 2024 35 mins

Ever wondered what Princess Kate might be up to if she suddenly vanished? We’ve got a wild ride of an episode that takes you through the twists and turns of royal disappearances, complete with a spoof call that’ll have you in stitches! But we’re not all about the laughs; we also get real about the increasing trend of cancer among young people, sharing our own stories of facing the big C head-on as we ponder whether modern lifestyles are to blame. It’s a rollercoaster from the light-hearted to the serious, but we promise it’s worth every minute.

Switching gears, we don’t hold back our thoughts on the latest music scene—yeah, we're looking at you, "Bitty Bum Bum." Then, join me as I recount the joys and challenges of distance learning and the quest for a business degree without ever setting foot in Chicago. Money matters take center stage, as we tackle listeners’ concerns with some straight talk on financial management. And who can resist a bit of office drama? This time, Gabe's in the hot seat for skimping on the snack duties. Sit back and enjoy a blend of insightful discussion and cheeky banter that just might leave you seeing the world a little differently.

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
What's up, guys?
This is Selena and on thisweek's podcast, the original
cancelled radio guys, I talkedto Sebbe as he was known in 94.
Also, princess Kate of England.
We talked to her.
Well, tried to we hilariousresults.
Lots more on the originalcancelled radio guys, bobcast
with Chris and Costello.

Speaker 3 (00:32):

Speaker 2 (00:44):
Where's Kate?
Where's Princess Kate?
Where's Kate?
Where's Kate?
What's she doing?
You know, she run off of themafia, she with the cartel.
Is she hiding in Russia?
I mean, what is the deal?

Speaker 3 (00:54):
My deal with her was this I think she's hiding in
Russia and I'll tell yousomething else.
If you'd like to just listen tothis for a second, I've got a
phone number.
Ok, and hold on just a second.

Speaker 2 (01:10):
I was just going to say we know where Kate is.
She's right here, Princess Katehere.

Speaker 4 (01:18):
What, may one ask, is one doing calling me at this
time of day?
All right, kate, spill thebeans babe.

Speaker 3 (01:26):
Yeah, hi, kate, hi, you touch.

Speaker 2 (01:29):
No, no, no.
The big conspiracy theory partis like what did you have done?
All right, let's go, we'regoing to figure this out.
Ok, do you have a tummy tuck?

Speaker 4 (01:38):
No, butt tuck.
No, butt tuck I thought it wasbutt lip.

Speaker 2 (01:44):
I mean she had a motion of butt tuck.
No, did you, did you OK?

Speaker 3 (01:48):
No, I certainly no.

Speaker 2 (01:49):
Your appendix.
You have your appendix takenout.

Speaker 3 (01:51):
No, it's job, belly button job Never not even Two
belly buttons.

Speaker 2 (01:57):
Did you have your spleen removed?

Speaker 4 (02:00):
I certainly not.

Speaker 3 (02:02):
Ah, there we go.
Now we're talking.
Let me see, did you have yourkidneys untied?

Speaker 4 (02:07):
No Cancer C B N, c D B.

Speaker 2 (02:17):
O, that's it, so what ?

Speaker 4 (02:21):
Bloody paparazzi morons.
Piss off.
There we go.
I think she's gone.

Speaker 3 (02:25):
I think she hung up on us.

Speaker 2 (02:27):
Kate, kate, kate, kate.
No, she's gone.
What's she doing?

Speaker 4 (02:32):
point is.

Speaker 2 (02:33):
You know, we were two cancer survivors.
We're fine, yeah, not mentallyI mean, but you know, body wise
are okay.
She Princess can't be fine.
I mean, just quit worrying somuch, she's going to be fine.
The only thing is she's only 42.
Yeah, and that's the new trend.
So many people now under 50 aregetting cancer and that's due to
those plastic microbiotics thatare in all kinds of stuff, now

you know, and it's due to thediet.
You know, because it used to be.
I mean, cancer before is like50 plus, now it's like 40s, 30s.

Speaker 3 (03:05):
So yeah, that's bad and, yeah, it is a stuff in the
They've been feeding us allthese years, whereas before you
know your, your, your food waspretty much organic, without the
word organic, and nobody gaveit.
Well, how many years has?

Speaker 2 (03:17):
it been.
You can't drink tap water, yougot to drink bottled water.
Bottled water what do you drinkin bottled water?
You dip it in that plastic crapwhich is going down to your
lungs and into your body.
So there you go.
So rethink that.
Pour it into a glass.
Okay, you know, that's theplastic, plastic, plastic.
You can't do it.
Look what it's done to you.

Speaker 3 (03:33):
Yeah, yeah, you're okay.
Yeah Well, the yellow grittydid do, did do to me.
Everything is now plastic.

Speaker 2 (03:41):
Maybe she'll leave you.
Maybe she'll leave William foryou now, since you guys had so

Speaker 3 (03:43):
Oh, there you go.
Well, yeah, we've had so muchexperience you might need us,
but I sincerely hope she getsbetter.
I hope her father and all theKing Curtsy Curtsy Bow.

Speaker 2 (03:56):
He's got cancer.
So we have that old damn.
Families got cancer.
But so what, we had it, we'refine, she'll be fine.
I don't hear any shit frompeople going you're making fun
of her.
We're just just just cancer.
You just deal with it.
You do what you're supposed todo and you get on with it.
You'll be fine.
Right, right, right, right,right, right, right, right,
right, exactly.
So, you can have.

You can have to say you're likeroll, roll, roll, roll roll In
the English way.

Speaker 3 (04:22):
This is a purely English thing.
But, kate, when you get throughthis, you get a blue Peter
And that what a blue Peterbadge, which is an English TV
show for kids in the 50s and 60sand 70s.
Did you say blue Peter or bluePeter?
Blue Peter badge?
The blue blue Peter is a flagthey run up on naval ships to

say we're getting ready to go.
It's a white with a blue squarein the middle.
It's a flag in the shape of apenis Nothing to do with penises
at all, there's a.

Speaker 2 (04:59):
there's a Peter flag flying up there in the wind.
Look at that.
Look at the size of that dick.

Speaker 3 (05:04):
Well, I see that doesn't.
In England the word Peter meansPeter why?

Speaker 2 (05:10):
It doesn't mean dick, everything, well, it's just.
It's a name that you have inEngland, peter, and we do the
same thing in America.
This guy's named Dick Richard.
You know it's, that's right.
Yeah, dick Richard Richard,dick Dick, not, and I don't like
anybody names a kid anymore,because they know what the unit
You know why would you do?
That, the poor kid growing up.
Hey Dick, yes, grown him.

What is it?
That's right, that's his name.
No, that's his name.
Oh, dick, okay, yeah, you'rebeing a real dick, yeah, really
so okay.
Richard, at least we, we the theKate thing is solved, yeah, I
mean there's all kinds of chaosand crap going on.
We're all worried about what'sgoing on with Kate, what she got
, and everyone got all somberwhen she made the announcement

I just, I guess somebody feltguilty from all the conspiracy
theories I guess everyone feltkind of guilty.
I guess I don't know.

Speaker 3 (05:57):
Well, yeah, and but you know it's, it's very, very
unfortunate, but there you go,you'll be fine, custel, you'll
be fine.
I'm not worried because I knowthe kind of the kind of care
she's going to get is going tobe even better than the care I
got when um.

Speaker 2 (06:16):
Well, crap, you got, you, you get.
You've taken care of cancerdown in Texas.
Good guy yeah, I know, probablyprobably, probably I took you,
I got made you put on a gown,put you in a barn and just you.
Just had a look at you.

Speaker 3 (06:28):
You got as crap as that man, why I tell you, uh,
everything, I, I, I, I, I, I, I,I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I
, I, I, I, I.
Everything I had done in Texaseither.
You know, f productions cameback amazing in it.

Speaker 1 (06:37):
But there you go.

Speaker 3 (06:38):
Yep, yep, yep, yep.

Speaker 2 (06:40):
Hey um.

Speaker 3 (06:40):
Yeah, yep, as as we are talking about young women,
right, we're gonna talk.

Speaker 2 (06:47):
my Lyciris is that it .
Oh, I'd love to.
I know you would love to Do youknow why she gets.

Speaker 3 (06:51):
What does she win?
Not an Oscar, she won a Grammy.
She won a Grammy.
They won a Grammy yeah, and Ihaven't heard a damn thing from
her since.
Not a, not a.
Hey Costello, how you doing?
And thanks for the Grammynomination.
Do I hear a shit?

Speaker 2 (07:04):
She's like Jennifer Lopez, who has to somehow be in
everyone's face in the newsevery day.
My thing's pretty cool.
She just I mean she.
That's the only only yoursecond appearance at a Grammy
She lurks.
Pick can choose his or moment.
I like it, so I like it.
I know you like the 11 year oldWiley which has got a six, but
that's just, that's just you.

Speaker 3 (07:20):
That's not Miley, that's HannahMontana.
It's a whole different thing.

Speaker 2 (07:25):
Now you get a poster over in the room, and there I do
, yeah.
Yes, and this book I'm notevery, every night, I'm sorry,
every night.
Oh Hannah, oh Hannah.

Speaker 3 (07:38):
Oh Hannah, oh Hannah, yo Hannah, yo Hannah.

Speaker 2 (07:41):
Someone's got someone to come pick this man up, right

Speaker 3 (07:45):
I was looking on the internet, scrolling and trolling
as I do, and I found somethingthat you did 25 years ago.
Ninety yeah, 1994.
I bet you know what it is, doit.

Speaker 2 (08:00):
Yes, it's really cool because it was with Selena, who
a lot of people didn't evenknow.
Yeah, you know, until I.
Just she was shot.
Then the movie came out withJennifer Lopez.
She was given ready to releaseher first English crossover CD,
because all she was was to HanoiMusic, his band.
Neighborhood all through Mexico,like in Texas, new Mexico, a

place of big Hispanic population.
She was like superstar, buteveryone else like who, what,
what you know she didn't becomeknown until after she was shot.
I was talking to a couple ofguys in Europe yesterday.
They still know who she is.
They had no idea Really.
So that's interesting.
Yes, so I had lucky.
I got to.
I said I need to get her on theshow so to some of my Hispanic
friends connections, we got heron.

It was her first Englishspeaking interview she's ever
done and a really relaxedatmosphere and just and she just
was got.
She was beautiful, so only 22.

Speaker 3 (08:51):
She was having fun and my interview with her was
was just four months before shewas killed it was just well, I
just happened half a few littlecuts from that and maybe, maybe
you can enlighten us.
She's fun.

Speaker 2 (09:05):
Selena, would you like some coffee?
Yes, you can't have any.

Speaker 3 (09:12):
This is getting good.
I thought that was hilariouswhen I heard that.

Speaker 2 (09:16):
Yeah, she was picking on me, conch, she was.
The thing was she was sayingyou know, I do other interviews.
They have, they have a littlefood for me, they have coffee
laid out, right, you know theyand we didn't have crap and
that's that's.
When I asked her, I said, well,you know, she was kind of
giving me crap, really, justgoing to the comic and like a
scumbags and have anything shedid and, as a matter of fact,
and, and here we have, I feellike a dirt ball.

Speaker 1 (09:39):
You know what you look like one.
You know what?
I'm just joking.

Speaker 2 (09:45):
And I smell like one.

Speaker 3 (09:47):
I'm just joking, I wait.
Oh, lovely girl, lovely girl.

Speaker 2 (09:51):
She was and that her dad put that up on YouTube and
you know it's it.
But he left out the early partsbecause he didn't, because he's
very protective of his daughterand something.
That's the way they were.
If you watch the movie, you'llknow that, but I, you know
what's your.
One of her claim to fame is isthat she just had this huge ass.
Ok, I mean, selena had a hugeass.
I think that's why I don't looklike she had a huge ass at the

time too, and and that was partof that was part of the thing
you had to get a big, freakingbutt.
You know the first thing Italked to her about, to us and
she's wearing tight jeans, hugeass.
And I said we have to.
I'm a flip a penny, I'm goingto see how far it bounces off
your ass if you can hit theceiling.
You know, I don't know that was.
Her dad didn't put that part upon YouTube.
I got that I can put that up noand also the fact that I was

rummaging through her, throughher purse, you know, because
that's what you do.
You're kind of rich now andyou've been doing the circuit
for a while, so let's see whatthis would Rich young Selena has
in her purse and she goes.
I'm a Walmart girl and sureenough she had two Walmart cards
in there, a target thing, andjust just about six bucks in
cash and only one credit card.

Speaker 3 (10:57):
And I said I particularly like the bit where
she says I'm going to play itright now.
It's a matter of just just play.
Why phone the road?

Speaker 1 (11:04):
It can be, it's a pie .

Speaker 2 (11:06):
So when they get you jelly filled donuts, a jelly
filled donut nothing but thebest for our guests, right, and
then in a dirty glass of water.

Speaker 1 (11:12):
Again no, it's good, it's good water.

Speaker 3 (11:15):
I just love the girl.
She can be hell.
Well, what kind of axon was shetrying to pull there?
It was good.

Speaker 2 (11:22):
I think just just a torturous accent from her dad,
because he made him.
He made those kids being a buson the road Years and years and
Yeah, oh, I bet it can be.
Yeah, the mom is homeschoolingthem, but you know, I guess he
gave a tight bond.
They're really close to thefamily and she's, she's.
She had a very good head on theshoulders for 22.
And she knew what the eyes thatsound like.
You really know what the futureis going to be.

You're crossing from the musicand you're hitting my world, the
top 40 world, the United States.
It's going to be a big deal,especially if you become good,
because this new single is great.
I'm just letting you knowwhat's going to be a lot
different for you.
So keep your head on like that.

Speaker 3 (11:57):
Was that?
Was that new single of bittybum bum one or?

Speaker 2 (12:01):
no, I was a Tahana single, that was.
That was a big Hispanic song.
Yeah, because that was prettyawful.

Speaker 3 (12:10):
I've got one more here, I believe.

Speaker 1 (12:13):
It was a correspondent school.
I didn't go to Chicago.

Speaker 2 (12:15):
Oh, something on the back of the matchbook thing.

Speaker 1 (12:18):
Yeah, okay, same one.
I went to hey, but it's over.
But right now I'm going for mybachelor's degree.
You are in business and, butit's.
It's another school, hey that's.

Speaker 2 (12:28):
That's good for you, because you do have a manager
who manages your money.

Speaker 1 (12:33):
I just make the major decisions.

Speaker 2 (12:36):
Sessions yeah, all listeners were pissed at me
because I kept asking about hermoney.
You're going through her purselooking for money.
You're asking her where's yourmoney?
Who's taking care of her money?
I said what was it?
It's you know.
It's like asking where'sPrincess Kate?
Where's your money, selena?
We want to know.

Speaker 3 (12:52):
Oh well, that was fun .

Speaker 2 (12:53):
I think I've got read the comments that Rick kept
asking about her money.
You're talking about her money.

Speaker 1 (12:59):
If you my stomach growled, I'm so sorry.
Did you hear?

Speaker 5 (13:02):

Speaker 1 (13:03):
Would you like to like a sausage biscuit or
Well, it wouldn't be nice.
You know, usually when I dointerviews they have cookies or
something for me.
You hear that game.

Speaker 4 (13:12):
You hear that game.
I told you.
I told you.
Oh, you put it back on me.

Speaker 3 (13:18):
I see, things haven't changed.

Speaker 2 (13:20):
Oh, gabe.
Gabe was my producer, he was,he was, he was.
Who's teaching me how to speakSpanish to?

Speaker 3 (13:25):
Oh, was he really.

Speaker 2 (13:27):
That's a shitty teacher man.
I gave Melissa the words Iwanted to learn he goes what?

Speaker 3 (13:35):
We don't have a word for that.

Speaker 2 (13:37):
Oh, they do.
I used to want to tell me whatthey were.

Speaker 3 (13:41):
Oh, that's brilliant, that's brilliant, okay.
Well, there you go.
That was Bailey's early life,when he was known as CB.
No, you know what?

Speaker 2 (13:51):
It is.
What is CB stand for?
Chris Bailey, of course therewas.
I did not know it, and so I godown and do radio in Texas and
apparently at an oldie stationwho gives a rot right they had
there was a guy named ChrisPayne and so I found out about
that so I just got one day onthe show I just want to.
I understand is another ChrisBailey, Just so you know.
He's the older, fat, untalentedChris Bailey on a freaking

oldie station Okay.
I'm out here.
I don't think we're going tohave any confusion between me
and him whatsoever.
You know, and the guy went homeand cried that night and he's
all upset.
His station manager called mymanager going.
Can you, can you have himapologize to him?
He's all upset.
You call him fat and untalented.
Well, he is.
He's fat and untalented.
No, it just took it in.

And so they, they, they kind offorced me just to just the way
to make amends.
Just I couldn't use my nameanymore.
They had to do CBS.
Are you kidding me?
So in the contract they had,like uh, that I had, they had
the right to to make me do that.
I mean, I hated that that's.

Speaker 3 (14:51):
That's ridiculous.
See, of course it's ridiculous.
They're stupid.
I just like you, I think it'svery funny too, but I knew you
would yeah.

Speaker 2 (14:58):

Speaker 3 (14:58):
It's a typical radio.
It's like I think I mentionedlast week or the week before
they in Pittsburgh.
They wanted to call me Simonfor classy one.
I want to say I'm the leastsame and you'll ever meet in
your life.

Speaker 2 (15:11):
Well, maybe they had a good insight, did they knew
that in the future there wasgoing to be a Simon Cowell, and
so you could have been the firstSimon.
Well, that would have been.
Well, I was.

Speaker 3 (15:20):
Did you use it?
Did you use Simon?
I had to, I was told to and andsay yeah this radio management
mentality is so freaking stupid,isn't it?
Well, I mean, you know, and,and then.
So what I do is I go, hey,classy, one on one, you had to
be awfully awfully in classy oneon one, costello, here, and

they go where's the Simon, yousee?
And so, anyway, then theychanged to WXXP, which was a new
rocker, and of course that wassomething I knew about, and they
were owned by the same personwho owned WLIR in Long Island
Long Island, I know that station, yeah.

Speaker 2 (15:58):
You can have all kinds of fun.
You can go.
Simon says I hate my frickingname.
Ok, I'm going to go back toCostello.
Oh, that would have got mefired.
But Simon says this stationsucks.
I hate playing this crap.

Speaker 3 (16:10):
You know my next move was supposed to be to WLIR and
there was a guy there calledLarry the Duck.
I think is on serious right now.

Speaker 2 (16:19):
And he said this guy's lying.

Speaker 3 (16:20):
He didn't do this.
He didn't do that because we'regood out that I worked for the
police, which I had the rockgroup, rock group, ok, that's
really how I came over hereanyway.
And he's lying, he's lying andso I didn't get the job.
So every time I hear Larry.

Speaker 2 (16:37):
He doesn't know.
Sting Simon worked with thepolice, not this Costello guy.

Speaker 3 (16:43):
I told you my, my, my Sting story, didn't I?
Yes, you did, yes.
Ok, I just want to say again itwas a good one, and if I ever
meet him, I'm going to ask himif you remember that, because I
did save his life.

Speaker 2 (16:57):
Well, you know, there's, there's, there's, you
know, word that may, because inlife that you choose now left
the sphere in Vegas.
The Eagles are going to do arun for a while.
Oh, and then there's word thatthe police could be next, so
that you'll have your chance,man, you know they won't be
there in April, it'll be theEagles, but you know, hey, but
it just goes to show that thestupid radio management is what.
I'm so glad we don't do thatanymore, we get to do this, it's

It's like, yes, you pay me allthis money to come here and I
get my name built up as ChrisBay and you're going to make me
change it to say Bay.
I mean, it's just like a bigand CB radio.
And you know I broke one, I wasmy freaking normal.

Speaker 3 (17:32):
But you know, you know what CB stands for.
I mean what everybody thoughtit was Complete bastard.

Speaker 2 (17:40):
Well, no wonder they gave it to me.

Speaker 3 (17:42):
Exactly Fitted.
Perfectly, you bastard.

Speaker 2 (17:46):
I had a.
You watch it, Simon.
Ok, buddy.

Speaker 3 (17:50):
I had.
I had a friend who sadly nolonger with us, in Vegas and he
was a hell of a character.
Where'd you go?
And unfortunately well,unfortunately, like I said, he's
no longer with us.

Speaker 2 (18:01):
He had a stroke, so I thought you may have moved out
of town or something.

Speaker 3 (18:04):
No, no, well, you kind of in more ways than one,
and he was always trying to doan English accent and I said,
well, the thing, people calleach other bastard in England as
a form of respect, you see.
So every time I'd see him we'dbe in a ballroom and I go, and
I'd walk into the ballroom, go,bastard, how are you, hey,

And of course eventually hethought it was funny, which he
It is funny.

Speaker 2 (18:30):
So my favorite, though.
I went to my first time goingto England and he's like you
know, maybe take in a bar of fag, what?
Oh, yeah, yeah, I did.
I said, look, I saw my gay.
Ok, no, you're not fag, give mesmoke, give me fag.

Speaker 3 (18:45):
You know, I had the reverse problem when I went to
California For the first time inSanta Monica walked into our
club 20 fags please.
And the guy who was a guy,couldn't be more gay standing
behind the counter he goes ohwow, what energy.
Let me see yeah.

Speaker 1 (19:03):
Let me make some phone calls from my little black
book and I just uh what that'sgoing to cost you some money.

Speaker 2 (19:09):
20 fags, yeah.
Oh, this guy's got some deeppockets, man, and some deep.

Speaker 3 (19:14):
something else is yeah, I guess they still do that
They still call cigarettes fags, as far as I know.
I think so yeah.

Speaker 2 (19:23):
So, now that you're vaping over there, what do they
call vaping?
Is it like a vape bag, or Idon't?

Speaker 3 (19:28):
Bagged vape.
I don't know if they haven'tbanned those over there yet.
They should Figured.
Are vaping, vaping wine,cigarettes.

Speaker 1 (19:37):
I didn't smoke that I am talking to cancer.

Speaker 2 (19:41):
That's is.
That is that where you can'tbecame promise and smoking.

Speaker 3 (19:45):
My, I don't think so, not where it was.
Don't smoke out of that end.

Speaker 2 (19:51):
He won't smoke out of your ass.
That's what they say.
Maybe that's what it was.

Speaker 4 (19:57):
I don't know.

Speaker 3 (19:58):
I don't know what caused it.
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (20:00):
Look at that the fags coming out of his ass.
Look at that.
There you go he's doing.
He says Simon's doing gay pornagain, oh there you go.
That's what it was, oh mygoodness me, the fags starring
Simon from England.
Simon, you're piecing it alltogether.
I'll fix it together.

Speaker 3 (20:21):
Yes, I'll make that.
Well, I mean, that was after102.
And then I got.
I wish I could have gone to LIR.

Speaker 2 (20:29):
But you know I actually I tried for a job there
once too.
I maybe I think it was likeearly on, I don't think I was
ready yet, but I gave it a shotanyway.
It was a big fun play.
You know you're getting in NewYork City to get Long Island.
You're next to it and next weekwould be decent If we could go
from Long Island to New York.
That was my thought.

Speaker 3 (20:47):
Uh-huh, but the thing that I mean, it was just, it
was a little almost low-poweredstation.
It just it was owned by a guycalled Elton Spitzer who was an
He really, oh, did you talk?

Speaker 2 (20:59):
to Elton.

Speaker 3 (21:00):
Well, yeah, because he'd come into the station,
because Classy 101 was his newproject and it just, it just
fell flat on his face.
Well, it would.
And Pittsburgh is a blue-collartown and you're telling
everybody to be classy, and no,and every, and he'd say to us
every time you go out, do youhave to wear a tuxedo?
What oh?

Speaker 2 (21:20):
in Pittsburgh.
Yes, jesus.

Speaker 3 (21:22):
I know.

Speaker 2 (21:24):
I mean like that thing before San Diego happened.
Stay, stay, classy Pittsburgh.
Well, pittsburgh's not classy,no, it's.
It can't be, it never was, itnever will be.

Speaker 3 (21:31):
Oh, yeah, and I mean the tuxes were nice and
everything, but I mean, oh, andif you're going to get your
haircut, you've got to spend atleast 40 bucks on it, which back
then was a hell of a lot ofmoney.
I wasn't paid shit in thatplace.
I ended up doing mornings there.
I ended up I was on air whenthe Challenger exploded.
And what'd you do?
Well, I went to AP immediatelyand just left it on.

And then then we yeah, it'slike oh shit.
And then we did a minutesilence.
And then the PD who I couldn'tstop I can even look at the guy.
He was such a it just wasn't agood fit.
Let me just.
He was just, oh God, he wasannoying.
And so he said I'm going to doa minute silence.
It's too late.

I did.

Speaker 2 (22:16):
Oh, what I did.
I took the Bette Midler song,went beneath my wings, oh yeah.
Then I took audio from the liftoff and audio they talked about
Then the it was Reagan sayingthat they, they, they reached up
to the sky and touched the handof God.
At the end, oh, and we playedthat thing.
It wasn't a freaking dry outand it was a brief tonsure
request, so, but it's too bad.
We couldn't, you know, thenthere was no, no posting and

streaming, because that wouldhave been pretty big on so
called yeah, you could have gotsued nicely.
Bette, what's wrong with it?
You know it's a little Jewishlady, it's a hey, get in the
I got someone named me Joey,that's good, but if I could have
posted that, how big that wouldhave been.
Oh God, I can imagine.
Yeah, it'd be huge, becausepeople I was part of it like a

radio network sharing stuff.
So, and I and I get so manyrequests from other morning
shows across the country thatI've been making copies and
sending out, singing out,singing out just played all over
the place.
Though what did I get for it?
Just any recognition.
Man, not a damn thing.
Not a damn thing.
Just the fact that I put ittogether and I sent it out to
like 50 radio stations.
Then they requested it, theyheard it and went I want that, I
want that.

Can you please send that to me?
Sure, I never got a requestfrom Simon, though.
Simon just said I'll just talkabout AP and take a piss.

Speaker 3 (23:28):
Well, it was the most intelligent thing I could think
of doing.
And so you know, yesterdaymorning show Simon Castello and
Petrolman Penny yeah, ooh, ooh,big disaster.
Let me flip on the AP.
But if you'd listened to the APthere, I mean they would say
and that's what people want it.
And I mean I, you know ifthey've wanted more information.

It's like you know, you can'tbelieve in it's being repeated
and repeated, and repeated.

Speaker 2 (23:54):
Yeah, well, I was on the air when Elvis died, oh
you're not that old.
A common acquaintance that weknow.
I was just uh, jazz, those jazz, yeah, and uh, so I, this thing
comes over, I'm skin.
I said, okay, I'll be serious.
I got to read this as a bigdeal here and I and I look up
and there he's got his pantsdropped, you know.

So I'm laughing through Elvis'dying and people call him you
don't like Elvis, you're bad,what the hell.
So damn funny.
Elvis just died, a king, Iguess that means that job.
I heard he's out of there.
I said, oh, I'll go, I'll gofind Simon, we'll do a morning

Speaker 3 (24:35):
So there you go.
That's, that's what we'll do.

Speaker 2 (24:39):
That's what we will do.
I speak speaking of, like yousaid, boston.
Yes, how's our Joe Rogan thinggoing Well?

Speaker 5 (24:47):
let me see Hi Joe Rogan model here.
Now let's see you as the balls.

Speaker 3 (24:53):
Joe Rogan in South corner.

Speaker 2 (25:00):
Guys, you little speaking steroidal ball.

Speaker 3 (25:05):
He doesn't like you.
He doesn't like you.
He doesn't like you.
Oh, he doesn't like me mucheither you know, that's okay.
Fat looking little heap of dungwhich you might notice, ladies
and gentlemen, that Chris Baileydoesn't like Joe Rogan.

Speaker 2 (25:22):
So I thought I don't, you know, I just I you hate it
Well, I'm not a big fan of UFCfighting stuff.
Yet Two guys in there and acouple of they swing a couple of
punches that wind up humpingeach other in the cage and
everybody goes nuts.
And that's where he, you know,made a big, bigger name for
himself because he was like theannouncer, him and Dana White
the guy owns UFC.
They looked the same, they'reboth bald, you know.
I just don't think that theyneeded steroids like that.

Speaker 3 (25:44):
So I thought every every week that you know we, we
could, we could do this.
You would start just like thisChris.

Speaker 5 (25:52):
Bailey, your wanker.
You suck.
Fake podcast, washed up DJ andthat Costello fake, fake, feck
and fake Englishman.
Hi Joe Rogan model here.
Now let's see who has the balls.

Speaker 2 (26:09):
He knew you were Simon.

Speaker 3 (26:15):
Got to get my money's worth.
Yeah, so we're in the cornerand and and now I have insulted
him, it is, it's your turn.
You don't have to explain.
I didn't.
I didn't insult him enoughalready?
I don't think not.
Not for 26 seconds worth ofintroduction.
No, Was it 20?

Speaker 2 (26:32):
Okay, I mean it was a little longer than I, than we'd
expected, but anyway, Well,you're short man, no talent
syndrome guy with the ingrowndick and the steroidal hair loss
because you took the roidsillegally.
Why did it get you?
Well, it got you.
I would give five foot two.
Is that it?
Come on, stand up and talk tome.
Oh, you are, I'm sorry.
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh whack.

Speaker 3 (26:55):
Oh okay, that's good, that's good.
I'll be packaging that up andsending it to him here this week
and please do.

Speaker 2 (27:01):
Okay, send it to him via Spotify.
Okay, there you go.
It's like if we hear somethingfrom somebody else who's doing
another show podcast, we are bigenough to say you know, those
guys are pretty good, I likewhat they're doing, that's
pretty good.
But we both listen to the JoeRogan experience.
It means you know anybody onthe stage is and we've tried it

a few times I just I don't getit.

Speaker 3 (27:27):
I can't honestly.
I think, I think he's done histime.
You know what I mean, because,I'm sorry, I didn't find
anything interesting in in whathe's saying at all.
I never, never heard of himbefore.
I honestly fell asleep afterTim.

Speaker 2 (27:41):
Did you?
Did you ever hear an episodewhen he had a guest?
Did a guest make it better?

Speaker 3 (27:44):
Yeah, Well, yes, it was Like I said, they had this
guy who apparently invented AI,and um was he good Was he born,
no he was awful.
He was terrible, terriblyboring.
Was he awful, he was, awful, hewas, he was, he was.

Speaker 2 (27:58):
So, um Well, just in fairness, before we get to the
insults of him, next week we'llwe'll try to show one more time.
You try one, I'll try one,let's see what we find.
If you find any improvementwhatsoever I don't think there
will be I think I'll listen toanother.
Another podcast that has decententertainment value, that'd be
the the new Heights podcast withthe Kelsey brother.

Pretty funny, oh, they are.
Yeah, it's just funny.
Yeah, oh, okay.

Speaker 3 (28:25):
Well, I haven't listened to you.
Maybe I'll tell you all aboutall the stuff.

Speaker 2 (28:28):
Football seasons over .
They have other things thatthey cover, of course.
You know we know one's eating,so on and so on.
They, they still got stuff tocover.
So they just said, generallyare pretty.
They can be pretty funny guysand they they've done some
pretty funny story though.
So that would be one.
I was just that one's reallysuccessful which they won new
podcasts at the year last year.
I can see that because it'spretty good and he got a lot of

attention because of the theTaylor Swift thing.
All the Swifties startedlistening to it.
But it's decent, so that onewill go.
If that one's doing well, itmakes sense because they're the
guys are good.
So how far they carry it We'llsee, but right now they're,
they're hot and it's good.
The other guy, the littlelittle steroid bald, mr Clayne
Midget, it's just it's just notgood, Just not going to happen

for you.

Speaker 3 (29:11):
How do you really?

Speaker 2 (29:12):
feel Right.
Simon, yeah, if you had Simon,simon Cowell, and but before
that, just remember there was,there was Simon Costello, yes,
yeah, I mean the whole premiseof that was was a good idea, but
not in Pittsburgh, Jesus.

Speaker 3 (29:28):
Oh yeah, anyway, never mind, never mind.

Speaker 2 (29:31):
Well, since you've been there, they've redone
Over there, they've redone thedowntown.
It's supposed to be a cool,effective place to live down
there, oh really.
And then people redo those oldhouses and now they've opened a
bunch of new, new shops andrestaurants, all the local type
So it's a new because a lot ofthe blue, blue collar jobs have
dried up.
So there's, there's, there'stech jobs there.
Now, oh, okay, man, it'schanged, it looks the same, but

it just didn't make up with.
The people have changed.
Now you got to get acombination of the older blue
collar stuff we're getting olderand all the all the new wave
coming in, you know themillennials and generation Z,
who are all tech workers.

Speaker 3 (30:05):
Yep, Yep.
And so there goes the grime andthe dirt of Pittsburgh.
Blue collar, the one we saw.
Steel and glass, wasn't itCertainly steel?

Speaker 2 (30:13):
Yeah, it's the same, downtown the same, but all he
built new is like the newfootball field, the new baseball
That's the important things.

Speaker 3 (30:18):
Yeah, yeah, the, the Sportsbaby.
I remember going across thefifth street bridge and you
could look through.
It was so dilapidated.
Yeah, there were holes in thereand you could see the river,
the three.
What was that?
The Canar River.

Speaker 2 (30:32):
Yeah, If you come in from the West Virginia side, he
goes to the mountain and I'llsay, boom, there's a city that's
pretty neat.
Then you go into the city andsee what it's made of and you go
oh crap.
So, yes, it's supposed to bechanged now and so if you look
at the history board, you are inColumbia, south Carolina.
What a hell is he there?
And it's just, it's like seehow it's improved over the years
, let's see.
Oh well, it hasn't Okay.
So you know what you know it'sgoing backwards.

Speaker 3 (30:53):
You know what's going to happen and it's already
happening, according to the newsIs this place is getting next
place to get really gentrified.
Because they said we've got ahell of a lot of people moving
from California and from theWest.
They're all coming out here nowand here we go again.
You know I end up movingsomewhere.
Everybody follows me.
I had to put up with the shitand they get all the gravy, but

that's okay because I'll move on.
That's it.

Speaker 2 (31:16):
Nobody's following you to Columbia, by God.

Speaker 3 (31:18):
South Carolina.
I'll tell you what, my friend.
They are building like littlebeavers out here.
They believe it's happeninganyway.
I mean, I would be surprisedonce if they came and lived here
for a season.
I think they probably changedtheir minds.

Speaker 2 (31:33):
If you were talking about Charleston I'd go yeah,
you're right, because that's the, of course Maybe down Hilton
Head, keoh Island and stuff.
Yeah, I agree, but Columbia.

Speaker 3 (31:43):
Yeah, well, it's funny, everybody says that, and
with the occasion of one or twooh actually, let's just wind
this back a little bit for asecond.
It just reminded me.
You know, I was buying someclothes last weekend and we were
talking about podcasts andthings like that, and I said, oh
yeah, we're doing a Selenathing next week, you know, and

explained a bit about it.
It's just is that woman stillin jail?
I go the one who killed her.
I said yes, as far as I know,she says we'll get her when she
comes out.
I said we'll get her.
Oh yeah, oh yeah.
She said there's plenty of usout here and we're organized to

Speaker 2 (32:21):
Wow, she's not getting out for one.
And then Hulu and Nickelodeontogether did a special and they
interviewed her in jail and lether tell her side of the story.
People were freaking furious.
I mean the family, all of herfans go.
Why would you give that bitchthe time of day?
And she's I mean you know andwho?
I didn't even want to watchthat.
I just heard a snippet that shesaid it was an accident.

Yeah right, I was the innocentone.
I didn't steal the fan clubmoney and she was hot in here.
She was trying to grab the gunand whatever, it was an accident

Speaker 3 (32:53):
Oh shit.

Speaker 2 (32:56):
No one bought that at all.
I just I can't believe theygave her like a two night
special of giving her time.

Speaker 3 (33:02):
It just really sucked .
I did not.
I did not watch it for kind oflike obvious reasons, because I
didn't know it was on.

Speaker 2 (33:09):
But there you go, the question of the day is how do
we feel about terroristterrorist attacking Russia?
Anybody upset Anybody in theback.

Speaker 3 (33:18):
There it's ISIS.

Speaker 2 (33:19):
It's ISIS.
Yeah, that's what I mean.
Anybody upset ISIS attack andkilled a bunch of Russians?

Speaker 3 (33:23):
No, I don't.

Speaker 2 (33:25):
Well, unfortunately Nobody heartbroken.

Speaker 3 (33:26):
No, I don't think so.

Speaker 2 (33:27):
I don't think anybody gives a shit.
It may feel bad, maybe abouttwo seconds, that's it.

Speaker 3 (33:31):
That's it, we're over it.
We're over it.
Sorry Russia, that's what.
I thought, yeah, Well, I meanfor anybody who gets killed.
That way it's, it's.
I saw footage of somebody.
They were in a big auditoriumand most of the people, I guess,
had got out and there's a kindof machine gun.

Speaker 2 (33:45):
It's just spraying the place and then, whoever it
was, was like they were likefour or five of them and they
They didn't even catch them.
I mean because they're, I guessthey're, they're not.
They didn't ever expect thatwould happen in Russia.
Maybe is that why they did it,because it's probably easier
target now than doing the UnitedStates.
What does ISIS have againstRussia?
You know, we know they hate us.
You know they hate us Americans.

Speaker 3 (34:05):
I'm trying to think why, in the sociopolitical, who
do you know what sits of theworld?
Well, why would they?

Speaker 2 (34:14):
Wait a minute wait a minute.

Speaker 3 (34:15):
They would because Russia invaded Afghanistan
before America did Not a longtime ago, and they get their ass

Speaker 1 (34:22):
They don't?

Speaker 3 (34:22):
you see, they don't care, though.
I mean in the history ofAfghanistan around there and
about every nation in the worldthat had some kind of empire,
tried to get Afghanistan, and itnever, ever ended up happily
So it never works.

Speaker 2 (34:38):
Just leave them alone .
You can't beat them Exactly,you can't find them in stuff,
terrain and they just and theybeat everybody.
They just wear you down.

Speaker 3 (34:47):
So that is why they'd be pissed off at Russia.
It's like, oh well, you know,now's a good time to do it as
I suppose you know they'llblame Israel, or they'll blame
Ukraine or something you know,and sure enough they did.

Speaker 2 (35:04):
Well, this week, this week's Doke Award goes to ISIS
said Okay.

Speaker 3 (35:09):
Doke Award.
Oh, you catch me on, doke-ified.
Hit the squeal, got to go, ohreally.
Oh, you do.
All right, I'll hit the squeal.

Speaker 2 (35:18):
Well, that's it for Chris and Costello.

Speaker 3 (35:20):
Doke and his mother.
Oh, that was me, but funny,yeah.
Well, I'll tell you what thesetwo bunnies are not going to
come and see you this year.
So they're because you wererude.

Speaker 2 (35:36):
And the final word of the show is, this week, ketchup
, ketchup.

Speaker 5 (35:40):
Cancer, oh cancer, oh , not ketchup.
Ketchup will give you cancer.

Speaker 3 (35:43):
Yes, it will Okay, so I'm going to go to the next one
Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay,okay, okay, okay, okay, okay,
okay, okay, okay, okay Okay.
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