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April 23, 2024 43 mins

Ever found yourself chuckling over the mishaps of saltwater fishing or pondering the complexities of celebrity culture? Chris and Costello here, bringing you an episode straight from Henderson, Las Vegas, with banter as hot as the desert sun. Strap in for a wild ride through our latest escapades, from my daughter's swanky pad to the perils and delights of reeling in stingrays and catfish. We're dishing out candid tales and hearty laughs, plus some insight into why golf is a game best served with a side of humor.

Now, things get a tad more thought-provoking when we open up the vault of celebrity memorabilia. Ever wondered what happens to the value of such treasures when a star passes away? We're chatting about the O.J. Simpson effect on the market, our personal takes on the loyalty fans show towards figures like Joe Rogan, and the courtroom snoozefest of a certain political heavyweight. It's an intriguing mixture of fame, infamy, and the peculiar power of a celebrity endorsement.

Finally, let's talk Vegas, baby. We share our own weight loss journies against the backdrop of Sin City's highs and lows, from the perplexing frequency of shootings to the sizzle of the local lifestyle. We're also giving you the lowdown on the probate drama that's more gripping than a Vegas show, all while speculating whether we'd dare to crash O.J. Simpson's funeral – for research, of course. Buckle up and join us for this no-holds-barred conversation that's anything but your typical radio show.

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Speaker 2 (00:06):
Welcome to the original Cancelled Radio Guys
live from Las Vegas.
Yes, both Chris and Costello inthe same room.
I wonder if a fight will breakout over who can hold the
Beyonce album cover.
We give OJ Simpson a lashing.
He can't fight back, he's dead.
Your ex-president andsoon-to-be-convicted felon drops
in and tells us what he feelsabout his supporters.

(00:28):
That might surprise you.
All this in a left-handedhandshake.
Chris and Costello, theoriginal cancelled radio guys.

Speaker 1 (00:51):
Go.
Hey everybody, this is Chris.
This is.

Speaker 3 (00:55):
Costello.
This is really weird becausethis is the only second time
this has happened, first timevisiting the channel because
that's the infamous episodewhere Costello didn't push the
grab record button.
What's this button do?
Here we go Record.
So here we are actually,sitting Feet away.

Speaker 2 (01:11):
Feet away Saying exactly which one of us didn't
shower.

Speaker 3 (01:17):
Actually doing face to face, it's usually Colorado,
south Carolina, vegas, southCarolina.

Speaker 4 (01:22):
That's right.
So this should be the bestsounding show you've ever heard.
That's right.
We're hoping, actually facingeach other.

Speaker 3 (01:28):
So you guys won't have to suffer.
We have to suffer with whatwe're seeing each other do.

Speaker 4 (01:32):
Yeah, I know he didn't shave.

Speaker 3 (01:33):
He did not shave.

Speaker 4 (01:34):
Dressed up like a doctor.

Speaker 3 (01:38):
I don't know what's going on.
No, I'm a the surgical tech I'mthe surgical tech.

Speaker 4 (01:43):
Oh, so it's Dr Mac now, is it?
Yes, sir.

Speaker 3 (01:46):
And we are live today from Vegas, or more precisely
Henderson, which is the big,booming new area in Vegas.
It's beautiful out here andhere's your daughter's home.
It's a beautiful home.
Yeah, pretty impressed I cameout here to check it out.
Your husband's out there.
He's also a part time DJ.

(02:07):
I'm just happy he didn't hurtme.
When I walked in I warned himabout you he's a big guy.

Speaker 4 (02:10):
He's six, six, five, six seven.
One of those two big guy.

Speaker 3 (02:15):
He's got his old DJ set up there.
He's got his police bike in thegarage that's right his Tesla's
in the driveway and it's justlike he likes.
Life is good.
He's a motorhead, he likesstuff, he likes to go fast and
he's a cop.
He can do that so and he does.
I can testify to that when wewent out for a little ride the
other day I wasn't sure if he'sworking it out, so I'm driving
out here, so I had to cutthrough.
Henderson, I was making sure,go to the speed limit.

(02:37):
He's a big guy, I don't want toget a ticket, don't want to take
him off all nah, he's asweetheart, he's a really nice
guy, he's a really nice guy,yeah.
And what's his DJ name?
Again, he's DJ.
What DJ?
Dj?
Jazzy Jeff DJ.

Speaker 4 (02:52):
PC Plod.

Speaker 3 (02:53):
DJ Fresh Prince of.

Speaker 4 (02:54):
Henderson Harry and the Hendersons Steel Wheels of
Henderson Metro Steel Wheels DJ.
I like it he was blaring.

Speaker 3 (03:02):
I wonder how the neighbours like that it's like
they don't.
No shit, I'm sitting in my carand I had to return a quick
phone call.
He kicks it in in full DJ gear.

Speaker 4 (03:11):
Yeah, sorry about that.

Speaker 3 (03:12):
My car's freaking, vibrating.
It's okay.
Look at the neighbors acrosshere.
Look at your neighbors, they'regoing.
Okay, they must be at workright now, otherwise turn that
down, sonny.

Speaker 4 (03:22):
It's just kind of funny because I think this is
the first time he's used thebase bins woofers, whatever you
want to call them.

Speaker 3 (03:29):
Woofers, Woofers.
He's hitting the base with awoofer.
Unknown caller.
This is for you.
Who is it?
Unknown caller?
We should put this on right.
Let's see what this is.
Unknown caller.
Hello, Hello.
See that I get these things allthe time and they never say
anything.
And I call them back and hegoes you can't call this number,
just dial or whatever.

Speaker 4 (03:50):
My favorite was to, if there was somebody there, if
you could figure out quickenough and say hello, can I
speak to Costello please?
And I go I'm sorry, I don'tspeak French and hang up.
They never had to call back.
That worked out really well.

Speaker 3 (04:02):
But did they take you off the call list when you did
that?

Speaker 4 (04:06):
Well, everything's blocked.
Now Trouble is blocking thingsI need.

Speaker 3 (04:09):
You should see my category of blocked calls.
I keep blocking all thesepeople.
My daughter goes.
You have to eliminate that.
You're taking too much space up.

Speaker 1 (04:17):
You can't have that many blocked calls.

Speaker 3 (04:18):
I said, well, I want to block that many people.
I get harassed that much.

Speaker 4 (04:23):
Now you were talking about as we're here in Vegas.
You were talking about maybegoing out and trying to play
golf.

Speaker 3 (04:28):
Well, I don't try, I actually play.

Speaker 4 (04:30):
Oh, you actually play .

Speaker 3 (04:31):
They've always been saying what we need to do on the
show.
They want us to put up, kind oflike our Frenchie producer okay
, wants us to put up, send insome video.
He wants us to submitone-minute snippets for TikTok
quick viewing, because TikTok'sall about 30 seconds.

Speaker 5 (04:44):
60 second video.

Speaker 3 (04:46):
So we're going to do this.
I figured we're playing golftomorrow, so I will film
Costello swinging a golf club.
That'll be the first TikTokvideo we put up.
Based on how the swing looks.
We'll put the appropriate musicbehind it.

Speaker 4 (05:00):
I'll give you three chances just to hit the ball.

Speaker 3 (05:02):
Have you ever played golf before?

Speaker 1 (05:04):
No.

Speaker 3 (05:04):
It's very hard.
People look at golf.
What's the big deal?
What do you try?
It's?

Speaker 4 (05:10):
not easy.

Speaker 3 (05:11):
I grew up playing baseball.
I grew up playing tennis.
I didn't start playing golfuntil a little bit later.
Out of everything I've played,it is extremely frustrating.
It's very hard.

Speaker 4 (05:20):
Oh great, I can't wait.
Hard dehyd oh great, I can'twait.
Heart dehydrated and frustrated, I have it now.

Speaker 3 (05:25):
I can always drive it down the middle.
I can always pretty much hitevery shot.
Pretty okay.
It's not always exactly online.
Sometimes you get long putts,it's just bogey land, but I
don't do what I used to do whatyou'll be doing tomorrow.

Speaker 4 (05:38):
Bogey land.
What you'll be doing tomorrow.
Tell you what.
If course, send them tochrisancostello at yahoocom.
Yes, Indeed, you can.

Speaker 3 (05:48):
And when you send a tip in, you can go ahead and
subscribe to it.

Speaker 4 (05:52):
Oh yeah, do that please.
We're going to have prizes forsubscribers.

Speaker 3 (05:55):
I'll give you a sleeve of golf balls for
subscribing after watching theCostello Golf video.
Okay, it's going to be fun,because the new timer just can't
help it.
I remember when I first startedyou just have to laugh at it
because it's frustrating.
You're just going, man.

Speaker 4 (06:10):
I really suck, we could go fishing.
I know how to do that.

Speaker 3 (06:13):
I'd love to go fishing.
We had to do ocean fishing.

Speaker 4 (06:16):
I was talking to a guy in Long Beach yesterday.

Speaker 3 (06:19):
I've never fished the Pacific Ocean.
I've done the gulf of mexico,the atlantic ocean and stuff.
But I said he goes out, he'sgot a boat right, I said what do
you catch him and what do youget?
He's going, we get same, we gettuna, we get mahi mom going.
Oh, oh, I said when we go andwhen we go you come out and
visit.
So he uh let's go corporate jetgulfstream.
I go.
Well, great, you come pick meup, fly me back and we'll go out

(06:40):
to the boat, you know so can Icome too you?
Bet you we can work that outwith him.
I'm just going come on out,let's go fishing man brilliant I
love saltwater fishing.

Speaker 4 (06:48):
Yeah, freshwater never done it.
Oh, it's so much better.
You pull up other things.

Speaker 3 (06:53):
You pull up medium to baby size sharks, okay.
You pull up things that try tobite you away, especially that
you get those, uh, manta rays,stingrays, okay, oh yeah, and at
first I didn't realize I caughtone and he had a hook in there,
so you just got to turn them tothe bottom.
Those are their eyes and theirlittle mouth is in the bottom.
You don't realize they've got afull set of teeth, all right.
So I stick my finger in thereto take the hook out and that

(07:14):
sucker bit the crap out of me.
You can say shit it.

Speaker 1 (07:16):
So I got my scalescaping knife you know, and
I cut his teeth out.

Speaker 3 (07:25):
Okay, oh.

Speaker 1 (07:37):
I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Head on the light bar, catchthe tanning butter.
Here comes the stingray.

Speaker 7 (07:51):
There goes the manta ray In water jellyfish.
There goes the dogfish Chasedby a catfish In fluency.
Robin, watch out for thatpiranha.
There goes the narwhal Work outto the county wall.

Speaker 4 (08:21):
I guess he didn't really like it.
He's going to bite me again andhe's going I'm going to eat you
.

Speaker 3 (08:28):
I'm going to eat you.
I can't chew you.

Speaker 4 (08:30):
I need a blender.

Speaker 3 (08:31):
Every time I cut them .
From then on, I always just cutsome teeth out.
I'm going no, not this time.

Speaker 4 (08:37):
That sounds like fun.
Oh, it is fun.

Speaker 3 (08:40):
I've caught turtles and the manta rays.
I've caught a barracuda beforeI.
I've caught turtles and themanta rays.
I've caught a barracuda beforeI have the barracuda mounted, so
that's pretty rare.
I'll tell you what.

Speaker 4 (08:46):
I caught a catfish.
It was the first time I.
It was a good-sized one, but Ididn't realize they had those
big spikes.
They got spikes at the end oftheir fins and oh boy that one
got me.

Speaker 3 (08:58):
They taste good.
They're really bony, though youcatfish I've never eaten
catfish.
Oh well, you'll like it.
They're good.
It's really bony.
Just get all the bones out ofthe way.
Make sure you're cleaning those, and it's great stuff.
I'm a son of the South.

Speaker 4 (09:10):
Fried catfish is a big deal.

Speaker 3 (09:11):
You get some fried catfish and some coleslaw and
get you a big cold beer andyou've got a Sunday afternoon
dinner.
That's it.

Speaker 4 (09:20):
That's it, son, of the things we throw into the
prize package.

Speaker 3 (09:23):
Yeah, if you just subscribe, you get golf balls,
you get fried catfish.

Speaker 4 (09:28):
Maybe they come fishing with us.

Speaker 3 (09:29):
Get you a flight on the Gulf Stream with our new
buddy.

Speaker 4 (09:32):
Yeah, yeah, see.

Speaker 3 (09:34):
Get you the full video of Costello playing golf
Swing, damn it Swing.

Speaker 4 (09:39):
Swing.

Speaker 3 (09:42):
Swing, it's on my shoulder.

Speaker 4 (09:44):
Oh good, swing my shoulder up.
Oh good, one more thing yeah,just try.

Speaker 3 (09:47):
You can just try a little bit.
If you don't like it, justenjoy the outdoors the thing is
that I've learned because peoplehave played golf before.
They think it's so damn serious.
They hit a bad shot, they throwthe club, they're cursed,
they're pissed off, you know,and they have an attitude the
rest of the day.
What the hell fun is that?
I mean you're going to hit badshots, so you just laugh.

Speaker 4 (10:05):
You're hitting a little tiny ball and it's going
to get lost.
I mean, come on, you're goingto lose them.

Speaker 3 (10:09):
You're going to hit squibblers.
You're going to get wormburners.
You're going to hit them up inthe trees.
You're going to hit a couple ofhouses.
Okay, hey, pal, going outsideto chew your cookie, it's.
You know, you just got to laughat it, you just have to.
Usually I take somebody new out, they'll play a little bit,

(10:30):
then they'll take a break.
A couple of holes, they go.
Let me try this one again.
You know, and that's what youdo.

Speaker 4 (10:34):
Yeah, it sounds like fun, because we don't want to be
out there for.

Speaker 3 (10:42):
Oh, yes, it happened, our audience is here.

Speaker 4 (10:44):
Hello, audience, you can say hello, hello, hello,
very quiet the lady in the house.

Speaker 3 (10:50):
Now DJ Jazzy Jeff gets all shy.
Hello.

Speaker 4 (10:52):
Oh look, I think we're going to get videotaped.
Yeah, yeah, let's meet.

Speaker 2 (10:59):
Better put it on my phone.
I guess my phone's just let itgo oh does it really.

Speaker 4 (11:03):
Oh, excuse me.
Well, I'm not editing this bitout and we haven't shaved, so so
what is that?

Speaker 3 (11:09):
Is this like some sex tool?
What is that?
Like nice of you to bring thosedown.

Speaker 4 (11:15):
All right, it's multi-use so I'll use it for
multiple things.

Speaker 1 (11:19):
Multiple things I can tell hey.

Speaker 4 (11:22):
Like you said Is that it?

Speaker 3 (11:26):
Oh, everyone's here.

Speaker 4 (11:26):
Okay, right, and we are recording just so that you
know Hi how are you?
Your presence here means thatyou give us full right to use
your image and your audio.
So there that's our legaldisclaimer out the way.

Speaker 3 (11:40):
We will edit and put in some sounds that you guys are
supposed to be made, but youreally didn't.

Speaker 4 (11:45):
No, we won't, we're not going to.
No, no, no, I guess I can putthis on hold for a minute.

Speaker 7 (11:55):
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There will be prizes.
Just go to HTTPS forward, slash, forward slash
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(12:15):
Thank you, triple X.

Speaker 4 (12:23):
Oh, hey, I don't know about that.
Allison, are you recording now?

Speaker 3 (12:28):
Yeah, all right yeah.

Speaker 4 (12:34):
Oh boy yeah.

Speaker 3 (12:35):
Here we go.
I can't seem to get the boogerand we're back.

Speaker 4 (12:40):
No, we're not.

Speaker 3 (12:42):
Still.

Speaker 4 (12:44):
You've got a show to do here, Bailey.
Come on, get with it.

Speaker 3 (12:47):
Okay, so we're back then.
All right, you know we're beingvideotaped now.

Speaker 4 (12:49):
We're good.

Speaker 3 (12:50):
Well, we had friendly , your family, interruptions,
your two daughters.
Yeah, my two daughters youintroduced me to your second
daughter.
You rude prick.

Speaker 4 (12:57):
Oh, I'm sorry.
Well, she, I just I don't know.
I must say, as you would say,you have a really lovely family.
I don't know how you it is thefamily I've got.

Speaker 3 (13:09):
still, I would say your ex-wife did a great job.

Speaker 4 (13:11):
Yes, she did.
That looks from her, not me,I'm damn sure.

Speaker 3 (13:16):
Good-looking kids, good-looking family, yeah, I
mean, and they've been togetherfor how long?

Speaker 4 (13:23):
A couple of years now .

Speaker 3 (13:24):
Doing, good Doing great Three years.
Longer than the freaking GoldenBachelor, you know.

Speaker 5 (13:29):
Don't get me started you know that guy's name is
Jerry.

Speaker 3 (13:31):
Remember we had him on our show back in December.
He was a stinking doofus then.
But you know, it just shows youhow you get sucked in, because
reality TV is just really notreality.

Speaker 4 (13:40):
It's all stage and yeah, of course.

Speaker 3 (13:42):
So I mean the franchise of bachelor and
bachelorette right, I've beenaround for over a decade.
It was dying off ratings.
Ratings were low.
I came with this idea, which isa good idea let's, let's get a
senior.

Speaker 4 (13:52):
Look the golden bachelor, the guy's 72 years old
old age pinch you bring out theold lady, 60 plus you know and
you hope you'll find your loveand whatever.

Speaker 3 (14:00):
So he found one who I thought was kind of a hag, but
what he?
But they said it was true love.
So then they do, then they.
So they end it with this stupidrose saying so, he proposes,
she says yes, and then they do.
Let's take it one step further.
First of the year they had thisbig golden wedding in
california big, extravagantthing, right.
All the people from going wayback to those shows all showed

(14:22):
up and stuff.
Really yeah and so, yeah, andso you know big ratings.
It's the most ratings that thatfranchise has had in a long,
long time.
It was like it's over, it sucks, who cares?
So and there they were.
And then from the time they gotmarried, okay, they have never
one day lived together Really.
After the wedding she goes, Igot to go home, my family.

(14:43):
After the wedding she goes, Igotta go home see my family in
new jersey.
She had a job there and he goes.

Speaker 5 (14:46):
I gotta go back to my family in indiana, indiana he's
like I live in south carolina,but yeah and since then they
start going.

Speaker 3 (14:52):
Well, you know, I can't leave my job here and I
like being near my family.
He's going.
Well, I don't leave my familyhere.
So they decide you're ready forthis, decide, okay, let's find
a neutral state to live in.
We we'll agree upon togetherthat's close to both our
families, so we can all be happy.
And where do they choose?

Speaker 1 (15:07):
South Carolina yes, they did.

Speaker 4 (15:09):
South Carolina you know, I'm going oh, that would
kill any relationship.

Speaker 3 (15:13):
Yeah, I was thinking his marriage is doomed, yeah, so
they did, and they never movedthere though.
So then of course they make thebig announcement together,
because they're trying to saveface right as people because
they did get a big following.

Speaker 5 (15:25):
People thought oh, you can find love after 70.

Speaker 3 (15:27):
It's all great, it's just all pre-staged bunch of
crap.
I mean you can't tell me theydidn't know in advance.
And he didn't want to leaveindiana, she didn't want to
leave new jersey of course theyknow that right.

Speaker 4 (15:36):
So he's, he's, he's done.
Now maybe we get, we get him onthem.

Speaker 3 (15:40):
But they're rocking it on the ratings and stuff.
It was doing great and you knowthe wedding was great.
They're going.
How are we going to smoothlyget out of this before people
start finding out that we're noteven together and we're not
even going to ever be together,you know?

Speaker 4 (15:55):
Now they can have the golden divorce.

Speaker 3 (15:59):
I think get more ratings in the golden wedding.
You know, it'd be kind of fun.

Speaker 4 (16:03):
Oh well, there you go , that's it.
That'll be Tuesdays at 9, 7Central Mountain.

Speaker 3 (16:08):
On ABC here we go.
So they make the announcementtogether on ABC, because that's
where the show was brought to.
Oh, they did Yep, and they'regoing here's why, for family
reasons, they're never going toever be together.
To begin with, you know theysuck everyone in.
So now if they do a goldenbachelorette, which they're
thinking of doing, why wouldanybody care and watch?

(16:29):
Because they know it's stagecrap.
It always has been and everyonethought these guys really love
it, these guys really found itand they really got married a
couple over 60, over 70.
And they just thought how coolis that?
But it's all fake crap.
You should be pissed.

Speaker 4 (16:46):
Welcome to.

Speaker 3 (16:46):
America, seniors, baby boomers, be pissed off, I'm
not calling.
Oh, that's the bachelor callingright now.
Screw you, I'm not talking toyou, go away, go away, we're
busy.

Speaker 4 (17:00):
Yeah he's going.
You know, I really loved you.
No, you didn't Tell you whatwe'll do.
What are we going to do On ourwebsite?
Give us a week or so and we'llget this up.
We'll put the interview back on.

Speaker 3 (17:10):
Oh yeah, we should do that.
That way you can hear what adoofus he is.
Oh yeah, sure he was a doofus,yes.

Speaker 4 (17:15):
We'll be able to do that once you subscribe to the
original Cancelled Radio Guys,bingo, old radio guys.
There you go with Chris Chrisand.

Speaker 3 (17:24):
Costello, here we go here we go yeah, so we've got
the golden bachelor, the goldenwedding, the golden divorce and
the golden shower the goldenshower, the golden funeral,
golden cremation, oh wow, thepossibilities are endless.
It's great.
Well, you know his his time is72, turning 73 this year.

(17:46):
So how much longer are?

Speaker 4 (17:47):
we going to be around .

Speaker 3 (17:47):
That's it.
I mean tick-tock man, it keepsgetting longer.
We do have the golden bachelor.
His name is Gary Turner.
He's here on the Chris andCostello Show.
Give him a big hand, garyTurner, Gary, hey, hey Gary, how
you doing, man, I'm old?
Well, yes, you are.
But you know, I think I'll behonest.
I think you got selected to bethe very first Golden Bachelor

(18:09):
because, at 72 years old, you'rea dude who's got a lot of hair.

Speaker 6 (18:15):
I can hear it just fine.

Speaker 3 (18:32):
No, I said hair, I can hear just fine.
No, I said hair, hair.
So anyway.
So you handed out the goldenrose last night, finally got
this torture over with.
But what did you get?
They gave me the golden diaper.
Seriously, well, you know, wethink that the favorite Leslie.
I think she looked pretty good,she had a good life.
Actually, she dated Prince atone point.
Okay, you know so, and she'sonly 60, a lot younger than you,
so maybe she was just too hipfor you.

Speaker 6 (18:45):
I already had my hip replaced.
God, I'm talking about thattype of hip.
Yeah, I'm glad I didn't get tothird base with any of those
hacks they set me up with.
I would have been caught.

Speaker 3 (18:57):
At least now you're getting married to Leslie, the
one you picked.
She's 70.
She's short and she's ugly.

Speaker 6 (19:06):
What she's ugly?
I don't see too well and didn'thave my contacts in.
I couldn't see her.
She told me she was hot.

Speaker 3 (19:17):
Well, good luck with that.
I mean, abc is throwing a bigwedding and it's going to be
broadcast live.
They're going to call it theGolden Wedding.

Speaker 6 (19:26):
Ah, I just shit my golden diaper.

Speaker 3 (19:33):
Jesus, all right, gary Turner, everybody that's it
, the Golden Diaper.
Bachelor there he is, soon tobe married.
Give a big hand, give a bighand O it, the golden diaper.
Bachelor there he is, soon tobe married.
Give a big hand, give a bighand.
Oj, thought he was going to bearound for a long time he's like
76.

Speaker 4 (19:46):
As a matter of fact, we're probably in the
neighborhood that we're in OJSimpson land, aren't?

Speaker 3 (19:52):
we Well.
He lived over close to TivoliVillage over in Summer.
He's very close to that.
All of his memorabilia is at astore there in Tivoli Village
and they're selling it off theshelves because, well, he's not
allowed to sign anything anymore.
So if you've got anything, buyhim.
Jerseys are big.
He had football cards, stufflike that.
He signed a lot over there andthey sold.

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Now the price is like fourtimes as much and going up.
The cause is you because youcan't replenish the supply,
because that's what he did.
I don't know if you've knownhim, but Pete Rose is always at
those sports stores here inVegas, you know, always signing
autographs.
Most of the time he walks byhe's by himself because his
autograph is like a dime a dozen.
He signs so damn many over hislifetime.
You know OJ was doing the samething, trying to be a little

(20:37):
more picky, to make nothing.
I don't know nothing, but he dida.
He posted a thing on X, or weknow it as Twitter, about three
weeks before he died, sitting bythe pool when I beat this thing
, I'm feeling better, I'm gonnago and do an autograph show, so
I feel better.
And a friend of his just saidjust two weeks before and he had
50 friends and family flying inlike crazy from Colorado, east

(20:59):
Coast, everywhere just to saytheir goodbyes, and two days
before he died they were talkingto him and he said he would
answer and say he couldn't eventalk.
Just one word came out.
They could have said like water.
Guilty.
They thought that and there wasrumor of that, but the people

(21:19):
inside said no, he never did.
He never talked about it.

Speaker 4 (21:24):
Slugged him with a glove a couple of times.

Speaker 3 (21:27):
He's still looking for the road killer in all the
golf courses in Las Vegas.
Haven't found him yet.
Still looking.
Kato is his caddy.
It's the same old crap.
People, I think, were hopingbut maybe if he didn't succumb
and just get ill so fast, theremay have been a chance that
maybe he wanted to cleanse hisconscience and his soul and say
something, but it happenedquickly and it never really

(21:48):
crossed his mind to do so.

Speaker 4 (21:50):
Once again the jammy bastard gets away with it, gets
cancer and dies quickly.

Speaker 3 (21:54):
That's nice.
Pretty much, yeah, pretty much,stupid old git Didn't like him
anyway.

Speaker 1 (21:59):
He just rented a car sucked anyway.

Speaker 3 (22:03):
So there, quit the golden magic, quit texting me.
Okay, jesus, people are texting.
You're an old prick and youknow it.

Speaker 4 (22:08):
Okay, you know what, when I was flying out here, a
guy who sat next to me gotsteadily drunker and drunker.
It was very funny, but he was aJoe Rowan fan.

Speaker 1 (22:19):
And he said well, I can't talk to you if you don't
like it and I'm going.

Speaker 4 (22:22):
oh God.

Speaker 3 (22:23):
So did you ask him what do you like?

Speaker 4 (22:26):
I know he's the man, he's the what he's the man, he's
the man.

Speaker 3 (22:30):
He's the man, he's the midget.
He's a little bald-headedsteroid midget.
What man?

Speaker 4 (22:35):
I just thought it was kind of funny, you know, and
it's like he got all defensiveabout him.

Speaker 3 (22:41):
I've run into people the same way.
It's a family member.
They get all defensive.
I'm just going, Jesus Christ.
I remember at the peak of myradio days we had big fans of
the show who would be the sameway, but we felt like we gave
them a reason to be that way.
I don't know what the reason isto be so loyal to Joe Rogan.

Speaker 4 (22:59):
You know I was thinking moving things along.
We do.
I suppose we have to.
It's like the giant elephant inthe room which would be a
Republican.

Speaker 3 (23:09):
Oh another old prick.
Another old prick.

Speaker 4 (23:13):
Another one, who's really not looking happy these
days.

Speaker 3 (23:16):
He can't stay awake during his trial Because the
judge made it clear one whenthey were trying to pick jury
selection.
He'd like mumble and stuff,trying to be intimidating.
The judge went you shut thehell up, you're not going to do
anything, you're not going tosay anything during this process
.
You sit there and you be quietor there's going to be
consequences.
And he's like little hurt boy.
But the problem is I did notknow this because we all knew he

(23:37):
ate fast food and ate crap,lousy or whatever.
But he drinks 12 to 14 DietCokes a day, so he's not got the
sugar but he gets the caffeine,so he's not getting his Diet
Cokes.
No caffeine, no food, nodrinking allowed in the
courtroom.
He only had it before he goesin during the lunch break and
then the rest of the day you getnothing and he can't stay awake
.
He has no caffeine and he'ssitting there nodding off during
a criminal trial which.

(23:59):
Your life is at risk there,your chance of even being the
Republican nominee if you'refound guilty.
That may go down to two.
Yeah, take a nappy.

Speaker 4 (24:07):
Yeah, just take a nap and escape from all of this
shit.
I was thinking that and Ibelieve we're going to do this
here soon we're going to have.

Speaker 3 (24:17):
There's a program I know of and we're thinking of
doing it all about.

Speaker 4 (24:24):
Trump.
Well, that's, yeah.

Speaker 3 (24:25):
I don't know when's a good time to do it though
because like he's got so muchshit coming up, do we wait?
Oh, it's okay.
Because there's some answers ordo we do it mid-stuff?
No, no, no.

Speaker 4 (24:34):
See, here's what we're going to do.
We're going to find all the funlittle tunes that people have
made about him.
There's been a lot Find all thecomedy, throw in the other bits
that are obviously true, andmaybe a couple of comments here
and there for a couple of hours,and then everybody can listen
to that and feel refreshed andfeel like they've done their
civic duty in disliking thisparticular member of a political

(24:58):
scene.

Speaker 3 (24:59):
But you have to remember half the country, like
him.

Speaker 4 (25:03):
No, I don't think we're learning more.

Speaker 5 (25:05):
I'm AI Donald Trump, and I think my supporters are
nothing but inbred white trash.
If you are one of my supporters, you are among the stupidest
motherfuckers on earth.
Only a brain-damagedtrailer-dwelling redneck
sling-blade type would stand bya clown like me, knowing full
well that I am a rapist, conman,thief who owes half a billion
in legal judgments and, after alifetime of creating a fake

(25:27):
image of unlimited wealth, Idon't have the cash to pay them.
And yet millions of dumbfoundeddipshits still think I'm their
lord and savior.
And yet millions of dumbfoundeddipshits still think I'm their
lord and savior.
It's really pathetic, becauseit just goes to show that a huge
percentage of America is madeup of complete fucking idiots.
Only the most hopelesslygullible morons would still
support me after 91 felonyindictments.

(25:48):
If you're still supporting meafter January 6th, stormy
Daniels, the Trump Universityfraud, the Trump mortgage scam,
my serial wife cheating, theAccess Hollywood tape, my
association with Jeffrey Epstein, my racism, my casino
bankruptcies, my failed airline,my yacht being repossessed, my
failed football team and all mymany, many crimes.
You're an irredeemably braindead idiot with shit for brains

(26:14):
and a rotten and blackened heart.
You are a waste of oxygen thata decent person could be
breathing.
But if you want to vote todestroy your own country, go
right ahead.
You're too stupid to matter.
I will laugh as I takeeverything you own and send you
to a death camp.
You stupid piece of shit.

Speaker 4 (26:28):
So Beyonce's doing stuff at the moment as well,
isn't she?
I mean, she's doing incredibly,incredibly, because we played
it last time.
Well, you know unlike Trump.

Speaker 3 (26:36):
The thing is that people like her, Even though
people who may vote and supportTrump, doesn't necessarily mean
that they like him anymore.
But they're just going.
They think maybe this is justthe policies and stuff maybe are
a better alternative.

Speaker 5 (26:50):
It's not so much about him.
I mean, he's got the weird, youknow, maniacal following but
still he's got his yeah, hiscult following.

Speaker 3 (27:01):
But people just don't like Biden.

Speaker 4 (27:03):
Okay so listen if you don't like Biden think policy,
policy policy.
Well, yeah, you think policy,but if you just don't like it,
period, then just don't vote.
What does that mean?
You should vote, but you thinkpolicy, but if you just don't
like it, period, then just don'tvote.
What does that mean?

Speaker 3 (27:15):
It means you should vote, but vote for policy, not
the person okay.

Speaker 5 (27:20):
So policies that Biden has done.

Speaker 3 (27:21):
There's a lot of really good stuff that you can
get credit for, because peoplejust don't maybe like him.
So forget about him and justthink the policy and all the
changes and all the positivestuff and vote for the policies
that you like best and forgetthe person.
And vote for the policies thatyou like best and forget the
person.
And if that happens then Ithink we'll all be okay and not
have the urge in a few months towant to move to Canada or

(27:42):
Mexico or stay here and juststart drinking heavily again.

Speaker 4 (27:45):
There you go.

Speaker 3 (27:45):
yes, We'd like to go one day in your life without
hearing about that prick in thenews one way, shape or other.
I can't turn on my phonewithout getting a phone thing.
I turn on the news and whateverway, shape or other, I can't
turn on my phone without gettinga phone thing.
I turn the news and whatever so.
But beyonce is making levi's alot of money she.
She modeled some stuff for thenew single and new videos she
got out.
She's wearing a levi's jacketlevi jeans and a little levi

(28:07):
cowboy hat.
She has a suit levi jeans andshe's wearing uh, ranger boots.
Okay, and because everythingshe wore like levi's going the
Beyonce.
You call me pretty little thing.

Speaker 1 (28:21):
And I love to turn them on.
Boy, I let you be my Levi Jeanso you can hug that thing all
day long.
Call me a sexy little thing,snap a picture, bring it on.
Know you wish you were my Levijeans when it's poppin' out your

(28:47):
phone?
Love you down to the bone, babyyou.
The boost went up 34% in sales.

Speaker 3 (28:58):
Fucking golden badger , stop it.
The boots went up 34% in sales,the Levi jeans went up 25% and
the jacket was also in the 20%sale.
She's made a ton of money, Like.

Speaker 6 (29:09):
Beyonce.

Speaker 3 (29:12):
I don't want to sound like her, I want to look like
her.
She looks cool, she looks hot,but it's just hard to see she
doesn't look hot, that's forsure.
Well, I'd rather see some ofthe fat women here wearing that
than the damn yoga pants thatwe're wearing, don't come to
North Carolina.
Yeah.

Speaker 4 (29:24):
That's all I can say.
It's an assault on the eyes.

Speaker 3 (29:35):
And if you, even though you wear fine clothes
that fit you, like that thatBeyonce wears, remember you're
still not going to look coolbecause you're 300 pounds,
you're not Beyonce.
And you're not Beyonce, it'sstill.
It's epic, that's the way itwas, epic.

Speaker 4 (29:42):
Get the fat women in there again.

Speaker 3 (29:44):
Bailey Well, done Well you see me in person.
Have you noticed I lost 25pounds, can you tell?
See, look at me.
But what happened?
You lost 15 pounds after havingthe quadruple bypass pig valve
thing.
And then you know you'resupposed to keep it off because
you've had that happen.

Speaker 4 (30:01):
So what I don't know.
I'm going to be doing theOosempic next week, do you go
for walks?
Yeah, I used to take the dogfor walks and everything.

Speaker 3 (30:10):
Besides, just to the mailbox and back.
You have to go further thanthat.
No, no, no.

Speaker 4 (30:17):
I go up and around the neighborhood.

Speaker 3 (30:19):
Dodge the bullets, I guess.
So I forget the pookie, yourneighbor there.

Speaker 4 (30:23):
You know.
I tell you what you know.
I'm watching the news here.
There's a nasty wreck involvinga truck.
We saw it last day but thatmade the news, which made sense
Back in.
I believe there was at leastone shooting.
But in South Carolina they'retalking about the school board
did this?
The traffic closure over here?

(30:43):
There were four shootings todayMoving on.
They try to downplay them herein Vegas you can't hide them
anymore.

Speaker 3 (30:52):
They just make the forefront every night.
This shooting, that shooting.
Hit and run shooting, shooting,shooting.
Yeah, I never.
You know how often do you seecars on fire?
It's pretty rare.

Speaker 4 (31:01):
Not very often.

Speaker 3 (31:02):
Well, I just passed one on the way to see you today
and passed my fifth one thatI've seen here in Vegas in a
year.
Really, I'm just going.
What is the deal?
No, it was not.
It was just a little shitboxcar Honda Kia, something like
that and the driver was way downthe road because the engine was
just burning with flames.
He just kept waiting for it.
She's going to blow, and I'mthe one who had the ride, so

(31:23):
it's pretty fresh.
I'm just going.
I see that all the time.
I don't know if it's because ofthe heat, the climate, or you
pay five bucks a gallon of gashere, I mean.

Speaker 4 (31:34):
so the gas can't be shit I don't know.

Speaker 3 (31:36):
They can't afford oil , and so the engine overheats
and blows up, they're mixing itwith some water and some
kerosene and some other stuffjust to save money on gas.
You know, did we win shock?

Speaker 2 (31:45):
when you came back here.
It is a bit expensive?

Speaker 3 (31:47):
yeah, because the cheapest gas in the country
right now is Colorado.
It has been for a couple years.
Yeah, we're two 295 310.
Uh, color south canada ispretty good yeah, right, so
right about the same and youcome on here, we're pushing
close to you.
Get the middle grade gas, it'slike five bucks.
You get the the cheapest it'slike 475, 485.
Let's go what.
It's freaking expensive outhere, you know it's, it's it's.

Speaker 4 (32:09):
I gotta be honest with you know, coming back here,
I don't feel miss it.
No, not at here.
I don't feel Miss it.
No, not at all.
Sorry, I don't.
I miss my daughters, obviously,of course you know.
That being said, let's weighthis.

Speaker 3 (32:21):
Okay, we're weighing this out for TikTok, right?
So we have Las Vegas food,shows, entertainment, climate,
and it's compared to Columbia,south Carolina.

Speaker 4 (32:35):
Well, there's no competition there, nothing.

Speaker 3 (32:38):
Well, we have.
Well, the Golden Bachelor wasthinking of moving to it.
I just said the state.
I didn't say which state theywere going to move to.
So you don't miss this.
No, not at all.
As compared to where you livenow, you still don't miss this.

Speaker 4 (32:52):
Oh well, if that were the case, then I could move
back, couldn't I?
But it ain't going to happen.

Speaker 3 (32:57):
You don't come back here.

Speaker 4 (32:58):
I don't think so what if?

Speaker 3 (33:00):
you lived in the side town of Henderson.
You're away from all the strips.

Speaker 2 (33:03):
That's a whole different vibe.

Speaker 3 (33:05):
It's expensive here.
No, it's not Just the gas is,that's it.
Food's not.
There's no state tax, that'strue.
Food price is good.

Speaker 4 (33:13):
I must admit you're taxed a lot in South Carolina.
It taxes on taxes there.

Speaker 3 (33:19):
Yeah, ridiculous, and here there's not.
Like a co-worker went out toeat last night and we got there
before 6.
And so I didn't know this.
They had the happy hour menuand drinks from 4 to 6.
Everything was half price.
You know, you know, and I'mgoing crap.
This is great.
I'm glad we made it in time.
It's super.
I go to the grocery store.
My bill is cheaper than it isback in Colorado.

Speaker 4 (33:38):
You know well it's probably less taxed on it too
well, we have tax on food inColorado.

Speaker 3 (33:44):
Here, it's not, you know, it's fantastic yeah, you
don't have it on food andnecessities if you live out here
and, far-handed, like you'reclose to Lake Las Vegas or up in
the New York area, in Summerlin.
It's not even like you'reanywhere near the strip.
It's a whole different world.

Speaker 4 (33:59):
It's like a whole different town when I lived here
.
I lived right downtown.
That's why you went nuts, I'dgo nuts too.

Speaker 3 (34:09):
You're down there by the Strat.
I used to stay in Sahara.
Down there I could hear thegunshots every stinking night
through the window.

Speaker 4 (34:15):
There's another one.
The one thing when I movedthere it was really quite nice
and quiet and then all of asudden all these helicopters
started coming overhead.
They were doing like the LakeMead, backwards and forwards,
and they used to go right overthe house and then somebody
complained and got them moved bya mile so they could downtown.

Speaker 3 (34:33):
They do them like the tours it.
Somebody complained we got themmoved by a mile so they could
downtown.
They do them like the tour.

Speaker 4 (34:36):
there's like six in a row that come by.

Speaker 3 (34:37):
Yeah, yeah, it's like you know, and then they drop
them off, take it, take off andcome back again.
It's like in come a duck, youknow.
Oh, they just.
I love the color.
Hey, golden Bathtress, stop it,we're doing a show.
Okay, you suck, you're old andyou cheated and you lied to the
American people.
I'm sick of it.
Leave me alone.

Speaker 4 (34:54):
Run people, run people.
Well, I guess, what are welooking at here?
What do we need to give away tokeep people listening to us?

Speaker 3 (35:02):
Now next week.
We got the golf balls.
We'll have video fromCostello's golf experiment
tomorrow.
Okay, we'll have that, that'strue?

Speaker 4 (35:11):
Well, video of that.
Yes, indeed, that'll be onTikTok.

Speaker 3 (35:17):
We'll tell you how to get hold of it.

Speaker 4 (35:22):
Yep at the Gulfstream fishing trip.
Oh, maybe yeah, we'll make thathappen, we'll make that happen,
all right, good, yeah, that'llbe very cool.

Speaker 3 (35:28):
Definitely do that.
So we'll have some video onTikTok, especially after
tomorrow.

Speaker 4 (35:32):
Yeah, don't judge us by our looks as well.
Tiktok, especially aftertomorrow.
Don't judge us by our looks.

Speaker 3 (35:36):
No, the video will be from the neck down, or, if not,
we'll be playing the unknowngolfer with bags on our heads.

Speaker 4 (35:42):
I thought that was a good look.

Speaker 3 (35:45):
It's a shame that didn't work out that particular
program.
You just kept taking a snippet.
When you put the bag on yourhead, did you use that at all?

Speaker 4 (35:52):
I'm going to, I'm planning put that.

Speaker 3 (35:54):
Put that on our website, and we'll make it a
tiktok video as well too.
It's pretty good.
Oh yeah, that was that was myplan.

Speaker 4 (36:00):
And then, uh, I realized oh look, I'm leaving
for vegas tomorrow yeah, here weare.

Speaker 3 (36:04):
I'm gonna get video today.
Yeah, where's the little puppy?
Where's the dog?
Where's my snack?
Where's the puppy?

Speaker 4 (36:11):
I can see what's outside in front I can.
I can hear the disco in thegarage just starting up a little
bit yeah, that's good, bring it.
I can see my little board herewhen you press the button on
those things, it says Bluetoothactivated.
It's like well, thanks a lot.
I don't need that on the showyou can change your voice.

Speaker 3 (36:32):
I can change my voice .
Where I sound like a female, Ican change it.
Where I sound like a baby, Iyou can change your voice.

Speaker 4 (36:35):
I can change my voice where I sound like a female, I
can change it where I sound likea baby.
I know how to change your voiceand make it sound like a female
.

Speaker 3 (36:39):
If I want to bring my gay self out, I just push this
button there.
There you go.
Get a voice for everything onthat thing.
It's a lovely piece of kitreally it is.
I'm not plugged in today, butthat's okay.

Speaker 4 (36:50):
We're here live in Vegas together it's like a
security blanket for you.
I got something that looks likea control.

Speaker 3 (36:56):
Well, you know when you come to the radio ranks,
you're used to having a controlboard in front of you.

Speaker 5 (37:01):
Absolutely.
The second thing you need issome sort of headphones.

Speaker 3 (37:05):
When I did my show I never wore headphones.
I wore earbuds like thisunderneath, so I turned them on
Every time I turned.
This way, I had feedback outevery time I turned his way he
squeaked, oh lovely.
I had feedback like crazy.
I had to learn okay, don't move.
You had to talk straight on youturned, you couldn't speak.

Speaker 4 (37:21):
I cranked him up real loud remember the Sennheiser
headphones that had the yellowmuffs on them?
Do the same damn thing.

Speaker 3 (37:29):
Yep, yep so I just kept getting different earbuds,
because earbuds was not really abig thing then.
These are like broadcastingthings, so I always liked to
have the big volumes.
I just had to learn to manageit.
So now I use it everywhere elseand I've got my Bose here.

Speaker 4 (37:42):
Ooh, excuse me, those are Bose, by the way we.

Speaker 3 (37:47):
It's an ad okay.

Speaker 4 (37:48):
Yeah, there you go, there we go just send a box load
.

Speaker 3 (37:51):
please Get your Kristen Costello Bose headphones
and listen to the weeklypodcast show with your Bose
headphones.

Speaker 4 (37:58):
So we've got some other big things happening soon,
which we'll let you know aboutsoon, but we're going to be out
and about.

Speaker 3 (38:06):
Are you making shit up?

Speaker 4 (38:07):
No, we've got stuff.
We've got things, we're goingto do right Station and
everything, Of course yeah,we've got all kinds of things in
the fire.
Yeah, I'm sure I didn't know.
We're all over the world withthe um uh podcast radio.
Folks in uh in the uk and inamerica isn't weird.

Speaker 3 (38:23):
Our, our, our, one of our largest audience is through
tiktok.
It's in asia, am I right?
Yeah, yeah you know, and whenyou look in vegas, we're
surrounded by asians, so maybethey're just picking up these
nothing could talking stuff backhome.
So we have a huge Asianaudience.

Speaker 4 (38:40):
So tell you what you guys in Dubai and places like
that send us a note on.
On Tik TOK.
I mean, I know some of you have.
Unfortunately, I don't readFarsi, so if you, can make it in
English.
It would be great.

Speaker 3 (38:52):
I had a gentleman come in yesterday who I've known
for about a year.
We get along great even thoughwe can't understand each other.
So I have an app on here.
I have to push my ChineseMandarin translator, oh, okay,
so I'll talk and it'll translateand he talks to me.

Speaker 4 (39:14):
I'm going, okay, I'm going to push that button and we
talk to each other, so it takesgood to see him.
It's been over a year, do youhave?

Speaker 3 (39:18):
laugh.

Speaker 1 (39:19):
No, I don't have that .
I got all these languages.

Speaker 3 (39:20):
I got anything I can do anything I want, so but.
But my favorite one is language.
This one would be hard.
I play a Spanish thing, I'mgoing, I understand that, I
understand that I can pick thatup, but the Mandarin thing, holy
crap.

Speaker 4 (39:39):
Spanish would be a good idea.
Especially around here.

Speaker 3 (39:43):
Well, we keep saying that and OJ was saying that too.
Look what happened to him.
He never got to it.
He dropped it.
Good place for it, pardon me.
So we have to do it.
We're going to do.
Learn a language.
Can't put it off, you know.
Next thing, you know you'll besitting drooling like OJ going.
Can you have my friends come in?
Can you bring Fred Goldman tomy bedside so I can say goodbye
and eat shit?

(40:06):
And Goldman pissed off theattorney trustee for OJ's estate
and he goes.
My friend just died and he'slike talking crap already about
him and he just died.
So it pissed him off.
So he said the Goldman familystuff, you ain't getting crap
from his estate, I'll make sureyou don't get anything.
Oh really, he took.
He walked back on that and hejust said I apologize, I was

(40:29):
just hot because Fred Goldmanwas being a prick, because my
longtime friend just died and hewas just talking shit.
What was he supposed to say?
So he said they'll get whatthey're supposed to get and
deserve.
So it makes you wonder whatestate did he have?
He's not supposed to haveanything.

Speaker 4 (40:44):
If he did, he's supposed to be paying those
families money.
He's supposed to be in jailstill.

Speaker 3 (40:49):
It'll be fine to find out, as the weeks and months go
on, when they settle this thingand put in probate, who exactly
he had and who gets what, andhow much he was hiding, because
you know he's going to take careof his kids he's got five kids
all together, even thoughthey're growing.
Two from the call and they'regoing.
When do you have to, mommy?
Oh, don't worry about it, daddywill take care of you from now
on, daddy, why'd?
you kill mommy.
She pissed me, she burned thetoast.

(41:12):
They brought back thedocumentary now 30 on 30 on
Netflix, the OJ story about howpossessive and jealous he was
controlling.
He just could not let her go,even though he was dating
somebody else.
He seemed pretty infatuatedwith herself, but he could not
let his ex-wife Nicole be.
He's just totally obsessed.
So strange guy and on thatbombshell there's a dead guy

(41:37):
here we go.

Speaker 4 (41:38):
More bombshell next week.

Speaker 3 (41:40):
Here we go we're going to the funeral, aren't we?
Oj's funeral?
Wouldn't that be fun?

Speaker 4 (41:43):
yeah, we'll go alright, right, we're going to
next week.
We'll bring the mic here.
We go next week on the originalcancelled radio guys OJ's
funeral.

Speaker 3 (41:51):
That's right, honestly, oj blends in good with
the dirt.
Look at that.
Okay, we could you know.

Speaker 4 (41:58):
We would do more, but of course we're on location
this week, so it makes life alittle difficult.

Speaker 3 (42:04):
But, that's okay, we'll have this edited and out
by next Monday We'll take themobile stuff and out we go.
So next week Castillo golfingvideo.
Oh week Castillo golfing video.
Us at the OJ Memorial Service.
You can watch us get kicked out.
That'd be fun because it won'ttake long.

Speaker 4 (42:33):
We'll even begin and take two.
Here we go.
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