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April 3, 2024 39 mins
Technical difficulties  Audio not the best sorry!    Ever wondered what happens when you mix video podcasting, a dash of Botox banter, and the uncharted territory of Trump-branded Bibles? Well, buckle up, because that's precisely the cocktail we're serving this week. We kick things off with a lively discussion about expanding our podcast into the visual realm and the hilarity that ensues when contemplating cosmetic touch-ups post-recording. Trust us, it's not just about looking good; it's about the joy and the chuckles we find in the little things, like the tale of my lone tattoo and its unexpectedly deep significance.

Strap in for a raucous ride through satire and sincerity as we conjure up an alternate reality where Donald Trump peddles Bibles with a twist only he could trademark. From there, we share personal stories of my past discomfort with being on camera, reminding us all that what glitters on screen often stems from off-screen jitters. We also get real about the paradox of finding happiness in simple pleasures while still navigating the complex landscape of modern cosmetic expectations.

And just when you think you've heard it all, we crank up the volume on our conversation about the ever-evolving music industry. Imagine Beyoncé twanging it up in the world of country music, inviting both applause and raised eyebrows. We dissect the fusion of genres, celebrate diversity in musical expression, and mull over the high-stakes game of speeding tickets and tinted windows. As we wrap up, join us for a candid heart-to-heart on the bold move to video content and its potential to shake up the airwaves on platforms like YouTube and TikTok. You're in for a treat that's as unpredictable as it is entertaining.

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
and video After looking at this today.

Speaker 3 (00:04):
As soon as we're done with the show, I'll be ordering
Botox and a couple of fillers.

Speaker 1 (00:11):
Me both.
I'll see you in Vegas.

Speaker 3 (00:17):
We'll go to Joe's room and we'll all inject Okay
Next week.

Speaker 1 (00:20):
What's the week after ?

Speaker 3 (00:22):
We'll have a filler party.

Speaker 1 (00:23):
We'll all go.
All right.
Do you want to play music or doyou just want to?

Speaker 3 (00:29):
just Video as well, right?

Speaker 1 (00:31):
Yes, yes, okay, so you ready oh let me get a backup
audio, just in case.
I'm sorry, this I should havethought of.

Speaker 3 (00:47):
Better.

Speaker 1 (00:47):
Let's see.
Should have thought of Better.

Speaker 2 (00:50):
Let's see Hang on.

Speaker 1 (00:57):
Oh Good thing.

Speaker 2 (01:02):
I looked at that.

Speaker 1 (01:04):
Guess what that is.

Speaker 3 (01:05):
What.

Speaker 1 (01:12):
That are my neighbors .
That are my neighbors.

Speaker 3 (01:16):
Oh good.

Speaker 1 (01:17):
Yeah, save that as.

Speaker 3 (01:18):
We can prompt first and then have the neighbor.

Speaker 1 (01:21):
Oh yeah, no no, this is just in the record.
It's on the record.
Imagine editing is.
No.
No, this is just in the record.
It's on the record.

Speaker 3 (01:25):
Imagine editing is going to be different.

Speaker 2 (01:26):
There's video involved, so you want to make
sure we have things better readyto roll.

Speaker 1 (01:33):
Yeah, I do, but that's always been.
The problem, you see, is that Ihaven't found a way to put it
on deck, to have an instantreplay without it.
You know, it's not as easy, I'msure.
Perhaps when we get here.
If it's queued up, you shouldjust go, dink and it should just
play, okay, but the thing is,you're ready to go dink.

Speaker 3 (01:54):
You're never ready to go dink.

Speaker 1 (01:57):
Dink, you can do it.
No, I don't.
Okay, all righty, just closethis up and start and record.
Close all yes, wink Right thereand it's going to make life a

(02:18):
lot.
Well, once I get used to theother edits, it's not a problem.
I used to do it.

Speaker 3 (02:23):
It's got to be easier than it used to be.
You know how to edit video.
Yeah, I used to do it for aliving.
Once upon a problem.
I used to do it.
It's got to be easier than itused to be.
You know how to edit video.

Speaker 1 (02:27):
Yeah, I used to do it for a living once upon a time,
believe it or not.
What month is this?
Last month yeah, last month Iused to use DVDs and DVDs and
all kinds.

Speaker 2 (02:43):
All right.
So yeah, I'm ready.

Speaker 3 (02:46):
We're ready, here we go.
Hi, this is Chris.

Speaker 1 (02:53):
Hi, chris, it's Costello.

Speaker 3 (02:56):
We're breaking new ground today.
We've been doing the Chris andCostello original Cancel Radio
guys for a long time now, butthis is the first time you time
you're gonna do video.
You gotta get some video.
We are doing video how?

Speaker 1 (03:13):
about you wish you didn't now, don't you?
Hey, hey, I'm off right?

Speaker 3 (03:17):
no, I just, I'm just looking, I'm going, okay, a
little botox here, like I saidwe'll take care of that.
He's there.
He's putting the unknownpodcaster bag on his head.

Speaker 1 (03:32):
Can you still hear me ?

Speaker 3 (03:33):
It does give you more color.
I was going to say it's been along winter.
You, sir, need some sun.

Speaker 1 (03:42):
Oh, God, do I ever?
I'm whiter than white, but theweather's good enough.

Speaker 3 (03:47):
in South Carolina, you should be out there sunning
yourself today with yourneighbor.
I should be, but I'm here doingthis instead.
If he can catch up to his skintone.

Speaker 1 (03:56):
You know what?
Look at this.
I bet you can't see this, butmaybe you can.
No, you can't.

Speaker 3 (04:00):
See that little bit of orange.
What?

Speaker 1 (04:07):
can't see that little bit of orange.
What is that thing?
There it is.
Oh, look at that.
What is that?
That?
That is, that is my, my one andonly tattoo, which is a
buddhist chant, which is whichmeans it means what go get a tan
.
Um, I'm money body on, whichmeans happiness without stuff
happiness without stuff.

Speaker 3 (04:28):
Tell me, it doesn't sound like a Buddhist would say
that.
And you hike four days to seeme and my advice to you is may
you have happiness without stuffstuff.

Speaker 1 (04:41):
Exactly, that is exactly it.
But my point to showing youthat was that I had enough of
color that you couldn't see that.

Speaker 3 (04:52):
What you need, though , if you want to show us some
stuff, now that we can see youis lift up your shirt and show
us that big scar you got fromyour surgery.

Speaker 1 (05:01):
You know what?
Do you know what?
It's not that big.
It's very unimpressive, Chris,really.

Speaker 3 (05:08):
And no, so it goes.
Does it go straight down fromthe it goes from like here right
down.
All the way down to your bellybutton.

Speaker 1 (05:19):
Not quite Nearly, but I was in Trader Joe's the other
day right and I was talking tothis guy.
He said, yeah, yeah, I had aheart attack eight years ago or
so and he rips open his chest toshow his skull.
It was hilarious, this couldonly happen there.
And he's got this whackinggreat scar right the way down.
I'm going damn.

Speaker 3 (05:38):
I got a piece of spaghetti.
It used to be.
They didn't really care.
Their job was just, you didn'thave a cosmetic guy.
They just closed it up and youstretch back, you keloid it all
that crappy stuff, so it wasugly.
But now anything you have hasgot to be.
Don't leave me a big scar, makeit pretty.

Speaker 1 (05:56):
So obviously you got one of the little pretty scars.
Right, yeah, very pretty.
It was all stuck together withglue and sticky tape.

Speaker 3 (06:02):
No, no, all over South Carolina with your shirt
off, but no worries Showing offthe Costello physique.

Speaker 1 (06:08):
Woo-hoo.

Speaker 3 (06:12):
No, go out and scare the women and children.
It's really simple.
No, women and children yeah.

Speaker 2 (06:18):
What is that?
Have you got?

Speaker 3 (06:19):
your car back.
Yet man Is your car back, no.

Speaker 1 (06:30):
Collin's been in the shopping house, been been over a
month.
Right, let's see here.
Uh, it'd be getting on for amonth, yeah, so what the hell
you're driving?
I don't know, man, if they'vegot bits they can't put on or or
something, what?

Speaker 3 (06:37):
are you driving in the in the interim?
What are you driving?
You get this cool two-seatermercedes hard top convertible
Probably the coolest car inSouth Carolina and there it sits
in the shop like Doc Hollywood.
They're going.
We've got to get the part fromout of state.

Speaker 1 (06:54):
Yes, it is.
It's sitting there sadly, butit's been fixed up.
It'll be better than when Itook it in there.
It better be.
That's what Doc Hollywood does.

Speaker 3 (07:02):
Doc Hollywood does that, just like you in South
Carolinaolina, waiting for hiscar to be fixed.
What are you driving?
What's your loaner?
What are you driving?

Speaker 1 (07:11):
oh, it's um a kia soul with blacked out windows.
It's black with blacked outwindows what a crap trade-off
you got.

Speaker 3 (07:19):
You did mercedes, or drive this kia in the interim
till I get your mercedes.
That's not too cool.
Are you a Mercedes dealer?

Speaker 1 (07:29):
They took it to the Mercedes dealer and they charged
so much to do this oneparticular job.
They just took it back and saidwe'll do it.

Speaker 3 (07:36):
And in return you get a Kia.
I'd be raising some holy hellright there.

Speaker 1 (07:43):
I don't care, I'm taking a trade at Jones hope in
hell right there.
I don't care, I'm taking atrain to Jonson back right now.

Speaker 2 (07:50):
How exciting is that?
Yeah?

Speaker 1 (07:53):
It's my life exactly.
You're lucky, you caught me ina conscious moment.
Anyway, thanks to your goodconnections though.

Speaker 3 (08:02):
Anyway, we have a really special thing today and
it's due to Costello'sconnections.
He used to be best buds withEric Trump and they were like
Tim and Eric Trump were likethis, well, maybe more like that
, but we have some exclusiveaudio man because, you know,
trump had to give up his feeyesterday.
What $175 million for?

(08:23):
Just so he can appeal the case.
They dropped that down to like$450 million.
It's still $175 million.
He paid it yesterday.
He's a little bit cash poor.
Right now he's selling Bibles,which is like he hadn't even
read one line of a.
Bible.
He's telling Bibles.

Speaker 1 (08:43):
I don't remember a few times I've ever looked at a
Bible, but I don't remember theApostle Eric, do you?
I don't remember him being inthere.
He's not getting in there.

Speaker 3 (08:59):
If you look at the painting, you'll see just a
little bit of his nose stickingout in the painting of the
Apostles.
But the first line of the Biblefor Trump, it says thou shalt
put this down and don't evenattempt to read this.
He's got a new barrage comingout and what he's trying to do
because the race is kind oftight right now he wants to be

(09:21):
more truthful in his advertising, because he thinks he's always
truthful anyway, but 90% of whathe says is just an outlier
bullshit.
It's a lie.
So in this new radio campaign,the audio campaign for radio, tv
, social media, everything, it'sthe new honest Trump.
And we got the premier audio inadvance for the new ad.
Are you ready, man?

(09:41):
Would you like to hear it?
I'd love to hear it.
Let's go.

Speaker 2 (09:46):
This is a.

Speaker 3 (09:46):
Christian Costello exclusive, by the way.
Okay, let's go.

Speaker 2 (09:49):
I'm AI, donald Trump, and I think my supporters are
nothing but inbred, white andwhite.
If you are one of my supporters, you are among the stupidest
motherfuckers on Earth.
Only a brain-damagedtrailer-dwelling redneck.

(10:19):
Yeah, because it just goes toshow that a huge percentage of
America is made up of fuckingidiots.
Yeah, those hopelessly gulliblemorons would still support me
after 91 felony indictments.
If you're still supporting meafter January 6th, stormy
Daniels, the Trump Universityfraud, the Trump mortgage scam,
my serial life cheating, theAccess Hollywood tape, my

(10:41):
association with Jeffrey Epstein, my racism, my casino bank, my
failed airline, my yacht beingpossessed, my failed football
team and all my many, manycrimes.
You're an irredeemablybrain-dead idiot with shit
brains and a rotten andblackened heart.
You are a waste of oxygen thata decent person could be
breathing.
But if you want to vote for thecountry, go right ahead.

(11:03):
You're too stupid to matter.
We'll laugh at everything youown and send you to a death camp
, you stupid piece of shit.
Well, it saves me from sayingit.

Speaker 3 (11:13):
Thank you, Donald.
It's the first time that I everrecall he was totally honest.
Did he totally Really Didn'ttell him all that?
You know what, don't play thatit will not make a frigging dent
whatsoever in his loyal.

Speaker 1 (11:28):
We might we might have lost a listener or two,
maybe a friend.
I tell you what, though?

Speaker 3 (11:37):
you know, you know in his own truth there.
Okay, so why would we loselisteners?
Because, playing what he says,he the first time.
He just let it open and be on.
Maybe it was an outtake.
He's going what you released,that they got a copy of that,
holy crap.
But he's always felt that wayabout his followers anyway, and
they're still following him Likeyes sir, yes sir.
Whatever you say, sir, we'rewith you.

Speaker 1 (12:02):
But you know, rather than you subscribe to him, you
can subscribe to us.
Did you know that?

Speaker 3 (12:09):
Well, that would be better than Truth Social, which
lost a billion dollars yesterday.
When they figured it out Really, I thought it was yeah,
everyone, they put it up forpublic.
Everyone's buying it.
It went down a billion bucksalready, so that will not happen
with us.
So what do they do To?

Speaker 1 (12:23):
subscribe.
No, it's really easy.
You just go tochristencostellocom and you'll
see it right there Subscribe,subscribe.
It says and I can spell it foryou if you like, but you'll see
it there.
Push the button, would youspell it for me?
Donations start like $3.
Come on, it costs money to haveDonald.

Speaker 3 (12:49):
It does.
To get secret audio like thatwe just have to steal, that I
know.
We have to pay the person whostole that and got that to us.

Speaker 1 (13:00):
I also had to take that lovely mobile all the way
to Charlotte to get it, you knowmoney doesn't grow on trees,
you know.

Speaker 3 (13:13):
If you want the high-quality entertainment that
we give you and secret audiothat we get to play for you
exclusively, please subscribe.
And how do they do it inCostello?

Speaker 1 (13:24):
They go to Chrisand and costellocom and uh, you know
, with this video thing it's allgoing to change in a while
anyway.
But you know we've been doingthis for a bit, so I don't feel
bad about it.

Speaker 3 (13:35):
Really I don't about what's being on video no asking
people for three dollars youdon't like being on video?

Speaker 1 (13:43):
I don't like I never did.

Speaker 3 (13:45):
I can tell you seem different today because you're
on video.
You're just not being yourself.
Just relax, forget the camerason, don't look at yourself.

Speaker 2 (13:54):
I was going to say look at me, but that's even
worse, Okay look at the wall,look over your shoulder.

Speaker 1 (14:06):
Well, I have to look at the computer screen anyway
when I when I'm doing otherthings.
I am so sorry.
I thought I was being, you know, ultra cool that.
No, I never did.
I.
I used to have a tv show calledwired foreplay long time ago,
and that's what wired forexactly was the idea.
I had michael jackson uh, looklike on it one time and we built
it up.
And built it up, and this guy,he was in West Virginia and he

(14:27):
was a redhead.
Anyway, he did a really goodjob.
He looked very much likeMichael Jackson and so you know
I'd be going on about it and Ihad him just sitting off to the
corner.
You could just see him in frame.
And at the end of the show Ijust said yeah, michael, pretty
good show, wasn't it?
And he goes yes, and that wasit Done.
And you should have seen theletters and phone calls we got.

(14:49):
Oh my they didn't like you.
They loved it.
They loved it.
They really thought it wasMichael Jackson.

Speaker 3 (14:59):
They had the guy on who does the Michael Jackson
show in Vegas because he's atthe Tropicanaicana, which is the
last day they closed it todayand getting ready the big
demolition is going to be in thefall to make room for the
baseball stadium.
So he's going, he's going, he'swhere you're moving, but he, he
looks just like him and then hespoke right and it killed the
whole thing.
They go.

(15:20):
So where's your last show?
Is the travel, where are youmoving your show to?
Uh, moving to sahara?
Michael jackson never talkedlike that, but it's going.
When he does the show he singsat the higher pitch but but he
talks like he said.
He said, obviously he doesn'ttalk during the show.
Yeah, today's the last day todrop a cannon.

(15:40):
Man goes bye-bye and then we'llget the big demolition date
sometime in the fall, which is areally cool thing to watch when
they, you know, tear down oneof those classic hotels and it's
been a while, it's been like 30years since they had one.

Speaker 1 (15:50):
So it's time for them to go.
Yeah, I think the last one Isaw was the di.

Speaker 3 (15:55):
I mean, I've seen all the I was a late 90s, believe
it or not yeah, so they haven'thad to go, but they're gonna
going to do another one, so it'sgoing to be pretty cool.
When we get the date, we'll letyou know.
We'll all meet.
We'll broadcast live from thedemo in.

Speaker 1 (16:09):
Vegas.
We could do that.
We are going to be in Vegascoming up, as a matter of fact,
talking of which.

Speaker 3 (16:17):
Nothing to do with podcasting anymore, thank
goodness.
Because they're regulated, theNational Association of
Broadcasters, those are the FCCwho we don't have to freaking
mess with Hate.
You you know what.

Speaker 1 (16:31):
Hate them.
They might actually have thosenew Shure microphones there, the
S7.

Speaker 2 (16:42):
Oh well, we'll take a look Okay.

Speaker 1 (16:44):
Oh, that shut you down in a heartbeat.

Speaker 3 (16:46):
I was just saying If something can make this sound
better, then I'll buy that.
Okay, so?

Speaker 1 (16:50):
Oh, I agree, yes indeed.
Well, get into it.
You're going to get right intoit.

Speaker 3 (16:55):
You thought that us playing this Trump audio from
his upcoming campaign ads wasgoing to cost us a few listeners
.

Speaker 2 (17:06):
Well, should we lose some more?
You ready Our favorite person?
I don't know.
Give me a moment to be ready.

Speaker 1 (17:09):
What am I going to be ready with this time?

Speaker 3 (17:12):
It's Lizzo time, baby , it's Lizzo time.
Because of your sexist cruelty.
She goes.
I quit.
She made two appearances.
She made an appearance at theGrammys and she sang at the big
fundraiser in New York Citywhere Obama was there, clinton
was there and, of course,President Biden was there.
They raised like $26 million inone night and she sang that

(17:35):
night and that was it?
I've always said, lizzo is verypersonable, she's outgoing,
she's very funny, she's actuallysuper, she's very funny, she's
actually super talented.
No doubt about that.
Very talented lady.
Music is good, but what was thebig issue?
She was like if I'm positive,I'm going, if I'm positive I'm

(17:56):
going to be dead.
Way too overweight.
She always said I don't care.
All her followers liked her forthat reason.
But she's saying I'm tired ofpeople talking about me and
commenting about the way I look,so I quit.
Britney spears quit.
She's not doing music anymore.
No more concerts.
And now it's lizzo.

(18:17):
He's not gonna do any more ofthis stuff because if you call
her a big fat pig, how do yousleep at night?
What if I call her?

Speaker 1 (18:27):
that you did call her that I would.
I did regularly I called heryou did we both did.

Speaker 3 (18:34):
We were very mean to her and then we were nice to her
and I guess I just We'll giveher the props and the talent and
stuff like that, but she wouldpost stuff of her wearing a
thong by by the pool, all 400pounds of her.
I don't want to see that andit's enough to make me into a
eunuch.
You know what I mean.
Let me turn gay, I'll tell you.

(18:55):
You're looking pretty sexytoday, but but you know, it's
just, she's gone.
Enough is enough and that'sokay.

Speaker 1 (19:10):
So she's going bye-bye.
She quit because she's not manypeople talking about me anymore
.
I mean I don't want to hear itanymore.

Speaker 3 (19:13):
So she's well.
You know.
The banana thing probably didher in.
Well, yeah, because you knowwhat she did.
They tried to have that lawsuitfrom her former dancers against
her thrown out and she it wasnot.
They would don't know.
We got plenty of stuff herewe're proceeding with with this
case have they settled yet.
No, hasn't gone to trial.
They tried to get it thrown out.
So after, since it's not goingto throw it out, next thing is
you know what They'll talksettlement, because they don't

(19:34):
want all these details coming totrial.
Lizzo's a big, overweightpervert.
Hello, that's Lizzo.
Yes, what?
What with the banana?
No, that's what you do.
She won't do the banana herself.
She likes watching other peopleshove the banana up there while
she watches.
That's how she gets off.

Speaker 1 (19:53):
Apparently.
Let's just say allegedly.

Speaker 3 (19:55):
Allegedly, lizzo likes to sit on a grapefruit and
stand up and make it disappear.
Allegedly.

Speaker 1 (20:02):
We've lost so many grapefruits that way, man, I
mean I'm telling you yeah Icould eat any fruit after that.

Speaker 3 (20:07):
Yeah, yeah, it was out for for a couple of months.
I'm going, I can't do it, sowhat my advice would be?
So she says she's gone, right,yeah just be here for two or
three months.
Get your ozempic prescription,use it.
Come back months later.
The new skinny you because youknow the people, the overweight
ones who follow her are going tocall her a traitor.

(20:28):
We were with you.
We were with your bodypositivity.
Now look at you.
Now you wouldn't get skinny.
You deserve this, but you'regoing to live okay.
So I think it's a good idea toget skinny, or you lose some
weight and come back.
It's a plan, right?
What do you think?
Right, Lizzo Well?

Speaker 1 (20:47):
yeah, I think so, and you know, to celebrate that
fact, I think I should play alittle bit.
What do you think?

Speaker 3 (20:53):
Okay, let's go.

Speaker 1 (20:54):
I know you don't like it, the original canceled radio
guy.
That's a good thing they didn'tstick it up in the box.
What's coming next?
Oh, that's amazing.

Speaker 2 (21:09):
I've been cancelled.

Speaker 1 (21:10):
This is Chris and Costello's podcast, the original
cancelled radio guys.
Yeah, there you go.

Speaker 2 (21:16):
One that never made air.

Speaker 3 (21:20):
Vagina.
Oh my gosh, she cancelledherself we didn't cancel the
cast.
She cancelled herself.
She canceled herself, she saidI quit.
And of course, all the otherartists keep going.
Oh, don't quit, we're with you,we love being here behind you
and that's all fine.
But just go live.
You want to live right, and youdon't like when people talk
about you?
Then do something about it.

Speaker 1 (21:40):
If you don't know what being talked about, you're
in the wrong damn business it.

Speaker 3 (21:42):
If you don't know what's being talked about.
You're in the wrong damnbusiness, that's for sure.
It's not the thing that you'rea little pudgy and fat.
I mean you are obese, You'regrossly overweight.
I was going to say pudgy ispushing it.
I'm kidding.
I mean that kid you drive, shecouldn't get in it.
Okay, your two-seat Mercedes,she couldn't get in it.

Speaker 1 (22:03):
You're right she couldn't get in it.
You're right, she couldn't.
All right, you see, I'm safe.
Then I am safe, cool.

Speaker 3 (22:07):
All right, fair enough.
Yeah, you do drive a chance todrive a big bodied SUV to get in
there.
You know, and even the picturespeople made fun of, she posted
them herself.
I heard by the pool and thethong bending over you know I
lost lunch, dinner, breakfastand meals for a week over that
Didn't eat, did you Not?
with that picture?

(22:27):
It wasn't TMZ who posted thepicture.
She posted stuff like thatherself.
She posted it and peoplecomment and say things that hurt
her feelings.
She goes I like the way youtalk about me.
Why would you post that?

Speaker 1 (22:41):
I'll tell you what.
I'll tell you what Changinggears.
A little bit here, she quit.
She quit, she stopped, so let'smove on.
I like talking about fat,that's fun.

Speaker 3 (22:53):
I know you do, so people are funny.

Speaker 1 (22:56):
Not intentionally, but they're funny.
Nurse told me not to let youget too excited.

Speaker 2 (23:00):
Okay, I'm sorry, wait , wait, wait.

Speaker 1 (23:05):
What about?
What about?
What about Beyonce's Jolene?
Have you listened to that atall?

Speaker 2 (23:10):
or do you just know it's good?

Speaker 3 (23:15):
she rewrote not all the words your sweetheart Miley,
is on two songs on that CD, didyou?

Speaker 1 (23:23):
know that?
No, I didn't, she's not on.

Speaker 3 (23:24):
Jolene, but she's on two songs on that cd.
Did you know that?
No, I didn't.
Yes, she is.
She's not on jolene, but she'son two other songs and very
prominent, she sounds good.
She also did paul mccartney'sblackbird, one of his.
Oh, really, yeah, that's greatbut she said you know, this only
thing is making trump peoplemad, besides the audio that we
just played and they realizethat they're stupid, brain dead
dipshits.
And oh, he didn't mean it, he'sjust having fun.

(23:46):
They're really upset Trumppeople now because Beyonce has
the number one country song andthey're going.
I just don't get that.
I think she looks black.
What the hell is she doing incountry?
And Beyonce is upset becausecountry radio is.
Some are refusing to play itStupid.

Speaker 1 (24:08):
Still, it's number one.
You want.
You want listeners.
Good Lord.

Speaker 3 (24:12):
I know People calling and playing.
They're going to play it Causethey want to hear it.
Good Uh, John.

Speaker 2 (24:17):
Snyder.
Uh, excuse me.

Speaker 3 (24:24):
John Snyder, who was one of the guys in Dukes of
Hazzard.
Okay, yeah, he's a bigconservative.
I feel bad for him because helost his wife a year or so ago
and he's really had to strugglebecause she was pretty young,
but he's a staunch conservative.
He even said Beyonce, releasinga country album is like your
dog out marking your territory.
You know, just marking stuffhere and there, just testing

(24:46):
things out, do whatever shewants.
But I don't think it's supposedto be diverse, right?
I mean, anybody can do anything.
Remember, dolly Parton lastyear put out Rockstar, that's
right.
Oh, dolly's doing a rock album.
She's country.

Speaker 1 (24:59):
So what it's fun.

Speaker 3 (25:01):
It was good.
Here's a stupid question.
All right, stupid question, goahead.
No, that was a stupid question.

Speaker 1 (25:07):
I don't know if it relates exactly to this.
So what ethnicity is Beyonce?
Is she black or more Hispanic?
What is it She'd?
Be, black, she'd be black,she'd be black.
Oh, okay.

Speaker 3 (25:18):
She'd be black.
I mean you have light skin,blacks, medium and dark, dark,
darker skin, same thing withcrackers like you.

Speaker 1 (25:30):
There you are, you're an albino.

Speaker 3 (25:31):
And then there's also medium colors and it's as if
you be more people who taneasier, who are caucasian.
So every everyone's skin tonecan be different, but she's,
she's afro-american all the wayyeah, no, I just.

Speaker 1 (25:41):
I just looked at that picture though.
Well, I mean, there's certainthings you can do with lighting
in Photoshop, of course, but thewhite was remarkably light.
Yeah, it was a long winter, asyou can see from me.
Let's have a little.
Should we have a little?
Listen to Beyonce.

Speaker 3 (25:59):
I think the CD is great.

Speaker 1 (26:01):
The only thing is they've managed to Q-burn it at
the beginning.
You know what Q-burn is.
Yes, I do here we go here we go.
Beyonce, beyonce, beyonce,beyonce, jolie You're beautiful

(26:45):
beyond compare.

Speaker 3 (26:46):
It's more than beauty and the depth of space To come
between family and a happy man.

Speaker 1 (26:54):
See she starts to really change the lyrics up
about here.

Speaker 3 (26:57):
She did change the lyrics up, which I think is very
smart.
She did that so everything onthat CD is very well thought out
the song selection she did itwith dolly too yeah, dolly talks
on it and who she had to haveon, decide to have on.
It has been was stellar.
I mean having my own a coupleof songs you gotta, you gotta
find those and the paulmccartney black, everything.
Everything's just great.
She, I thought, went intoputting this cd out and it's

(27:19):
number one for a reason, butthere's been nothing out to
compete with it right now.
It's just hot.
Of course, taylor's new CDcomes out April 19th.
Back and forth they both go.
This one's fun.
I like this a lot.
And the stupid rednecks aregoing we're not playing her.
She's not country, you ain'tgoing to play her.

Speaker 1 (27:43):
This is country with good production values is what
it is.

Speaker 3 (27:49):
Yeah, I don't know if you paid attention to it or not
, but it was.
The iHeart Music Radio Awardswere on.

Speaker 1 (27:55):
Oh, festival yeah.

Speaker 3 (27:57):
And she won.
And that's when she got up andstarted you know writing people.
She called the record labelstupid radio station, stupid
promoter, stupid.
And for people who, just youknow music, music is all about
expression and diversity.
You know she's absolutely 100right and as an artist you can
do whatever type way you want togo.

(28:18):
You know it's like cheryl croweused to be pop, now she's
country.
That's right, you have a fit.
No one cared.
Taylor swift started hiscountry, now she's pop.
She may go a fit, no one cared.
Taylor Swift started as country, now she's pop.
She may go back and so on.
You do whatever you like.
So what Damn rednecks?
I'm so sick of rednecks.
Sing it, sing it, sing it, singit, sing it, sing it, sing it,

(28:39):
sing it, sing it, sing it, singit.
You're digging it right.
You like it, I dig it, man,it's good.
It's good.
You have to spend some timelistening to the whole.

Speaker 2 (28:58):
Thing.

Speaker 3 (28:59):
The whole album is that thing's going to have a
shelf life of a long, long timebecause it's so much good stuff.

Speaker 1 (29:07):
Actually, 50 years is not unreasonable.

Speaker 3 (29:11):
And then Taylor comes out on the 19th.
I don't know what hers is goingto sound like, but just watch,
I'll be competing back and forth.
Hits airplay for the next year,two years, just off these new
release CDs, and you've got aton of material like that.
I've got a new release here too.
I got it.
Remember, you remember littleJoey, the little Jewish troll?
Yes, I got it.

(29:32):
I picked up some music from him.
You notice, I may notice, Ihave a lot of albums behind me,
so I have some classic stuff.
This is for Joey, this is Canyou see it?

Speaker 1 (29:42):
I can now.

Speaker 3 (29:42):
Yes, that's Gefelte Joe and the Fish, hanukkah Rocks
.
I see Hanukkah Rocks by GefelteJoe and the Fish.

Speaker 1 (29:54):
Excellent, joey will love that.

Speaker 3 (29:56):
It's a picture disc and it's in the shape of the
Star of David.

Speaker 2 (29:59):
I'm always thinking of my friends.

Speaker 3 (30:02):
There they are.
In the back there's Gefelte Joeand the fish.

Speaker 1 (30:07):
Oh my God, that's amazing.
It must be worth millions.
Do you have armed guards withyou right now?
I do.

Speaker 3 (30:15):
They're behind me, so they want the Kavihonika rocks.
And the other song on the Bside is called Join the Old Wave
.
Okay, oh, I got yours Okay.

Speaker 2 (30:25):
I got some.

Speaker 3 (30:27):
I got yours, buddy.
I got yours right here.
Hang on, let me grab it.

Speaker 1 (30:30):
This is its view.

Speaker 3 (30:31):
You're always looking for neat songs to play in our
show and stuff.
Here we go.
Oh, of course, and it's adouble album, man, a double
album.
Every TV theme song you couldwant that we could play in the
background of the Chris andCostello Cancel Radio Guys show.
But you can subscribe to me, bythe way, drop yourself a plug

(30:53):
in there, when I can Just go towhere A website to subscribe
right.
I got Billy Gondi, got toDaniel Boone, to friends, I mean
you name it, you know it's onthere.

Speaker 1 (31:08):
That was the way.
That's pretty cool.

Speaker 3 (31:10):
And then I got one more for you.

Speaker 2 (31:14):
Ready for this one?
Oh yeah.

Speaker 3 (31:18):
Oh, dr Demento, All right, yeah For those of you who
don't know he used to be a guywho had a syndicated radio show
quite a long time ago.
He was out when Gacy.
Gacy was out, it was a weeklyshow and he would play unusual,
weird novelty songs.
It was because of him thatWeird Al Yankovic got his start.
He was the first guy to air ashow on Dr Demento.

(31:39):
It became a thing, didn't it?
My favorite on here is I used toplay a lot on my show is by a
comedian named Kip Adada, butthe song is called Wet Dream.
It's a classic.
I remember that.
You remember Wet Dream.
Yeah, we'll have to play it onthe show.
Okay, I'll cue this baby upnext week, since we're promoting

(32:00):
driving to our show, whicheveryone should do we didn't.

Speaker 1 (32:04):
I don't think you added that to the playlist of
102, did you?

Speaker 2 (32:08):
uh, no I did it after probably not would.

Speaker 3 (32:12):
I have sure I would have played it.
I would have played in themorning, of course, yeah oh yeah
and I didn't get my hands on,but I I came across it.
The next job and I played it alot.
It was crazy.
It was so popular.
When I had my first morningshow party one of the guests
performing live we brought inKip Adada to do Wet Dream Live.
It was great.

(32:36):
Everyone loved it.
He was a heck of a nice guy.
He's dead now, but he was good,he was nice.
He was a heck of a nice guy.

Speaker 1 (32:41):
He's dead now but he was good, he was nice.

Speaker 3 (32:43):
He's dead now, but what Dream Lives On?

Speaker 1 (32:46):
Marvelous.
We'll have to get a digitalcopy so we can play it That'll
be fun.

Speaker 3 (32:49):
What Dream Lives On weekly in my bed?
Yes, it does.

Speaker 1 (32:54):
More information we really needed.

Speaker 3 (32:56):
I'm sorry, too much sharing.
Okay, I'll cut back, yeah, nokidding.

Speaker 1 (33:02):
I'm looking down my list of things here.

Speaker 3 (33:05):
You need to share.
It's time to share yourneighbors.
Your neighbors have been active.

Speaker 1 (33:11):
The weather's getting warmer they're coming in and
they're getting active.
What the hell are they doing?
Blimey, I tell you what,honestly, here we are.
Well, let's just have a listento how they've been behaving
recently.
I love it.

Speaker 3 (33:28):
I can't get enough of this.

Speaker 1 (33:30):
It's going to be a doozy.

Speaker 3 (33:31):
All right, go ahead.
We need a doozy.

Speaker 1 (33:47):
And it doesn't end.

Speaker 3 (33:50):
Man, they're ready for spring, aren't they?

Speaker 1 (33:52):
Oh yeah, that's it.
We've shot a lot of them.

Speaker 3 (34:01):
Are they yelling at each other?
Do they have some guests?
What are they doing?

Speaker 1 (34:05):
Actually, what that was was the screen door slamming
my screen.
It sounded so good I thoughtI'll leave it in.
They slammed your screen door.
Here's what happens.
Okay, one of them gets somemoney right, and it turned out
to be Pookie this time he did.
A bunch of of them gets somemoney right, and it, as it
turned out to be pooky this time, he did a bunch of work, got
some money, and so what do theydo?

(34:26):
Well, it's a party.
Okay, everybody comes around,they're all nice and everything,
but then, about an hour, that'swhat you got.
They're drunk and now they'refighting, so they get a little
bit of money, so I'm sure thatinvolves beer.

(34:47):
Oh, bear guns, yeah, absolutelythe big three beer trucks,
trucks no, they don't havetrucks they don't have, they'll
pull up in trucks to drink thebeer, to fire the guns no, they
pull up in cars that have bigbits missing.
I go, oh bloody night as well.
So, in fact, when I saw Pookiewalking across the road today, I

(35:07):
said hey, he goes.
Hey, costello, what are youdoing?
I'm a little tired, you know hegoes.
Why Get some loud mouth nextdoor.

Speaker 3 (35:18):
What does he say to that?
I like your neighbor's name.
Is Pookie really that givenname, or is that just?

Speaker 1 (35:24):
his nickname or something.
He told me what his real namewas.
He said it's easier to sayPookie.

Speaker 3 (35:29):
His real name is probably something like Arnold.
You know some name like youwouldn't expect it to have.
You know Cecil.

Speaker 1 (35:35):
It'd be Cecil, is that?

Speaker 3 (35:38):
Cecil, really?
Yeah, I don't know.
It's this loudmouth, crazySouthern African-American
neighbor who's named Cecil, hisparents trying to lighten him up
or something or just make himfit in down there in the.

Speaker 1 (35:49):
South, or what he needs to lighten him up.
Well, you know, the women arejust bad.
And then what's his carry?

Speaker 3 (35:57):
People named Cecil.
What's his wife's name?
Or is Liv in people's names?
Oh, I'm just sorry.
There's a dog in the background.
He's barking to Pookie theneighbor.
He's probably coming over rightnow.
Slam your screen door.
Again you talking about me.
On the show, again you talkingabout me.

Speaker 1 (36:12):
I think he kind of likes it actually.

Speaker 3 (36:14):
I guess has Pookie ever heard the show?
Does he know we talk about him?

Speaker 1 (36:19):
No, I suggest that he listen.
I thought maybe that's a badidea.

Speaker 3 (36:24):
If he heard this, he'd kill you, or your house
would be set on fire.

Speaker 1 (36:29):
I don't know.
I don't know, I mean A sense ofhumor.
Yes, which is very lucky.

Speaker 3 (36:36):
Is he laughing that you're driving a Kia?

Speaker 1 (36:39):
Well, they think it's great because it's got all the
blacked out windows andeverything.

Speaker 3 (36:45):
So you can drive it.
Is that legal in South Carolinato have the windows so darkened
out?

Speaker 1 (36:49):
You can probably have the windscreen darkened too.
I wouldn't be surprised.

Speaker 3 (36:54):
Here in Colorado they pull you over if the windows
are jerked.
They have a little thing ameter and they test it, but it
gets a windshield.
If it's too dark, then boom,you get a ticket for that.
They tell you to take it off.
You get caught with it twice.
You haven't taken it off andyou get a really big ticket.
I've been pulled over twice inUtah because my thing's too dark
when you go up through Utah andparts of Colorado.

(37:16):
they're bringing in fentanylfrom mexico and they're bringing
their human trafficking likecrazy.
I saw a truck on i-70 in themountains in colorado a rider
truck get opened the back about25 people that were.
They're taking out of it whilethey're arresting the driver and
stuff.
Yeah, it's pretty sad so.
So they see me with darkwindows.
They think I'm up to somethingand I got a ticket.

(37:36):
I got a ticket caught.
You can create this because yougot one in New Mexico.
How fast are you going?
How fast is your ticket?
I was going about 100.
It was 185, right.

Speaker 1 (37:48):
Uh-huh, oh it was 175 , 185, something like that, yeah
.

Speaker 3 (37:52):
Man, I was zipping, I wanted to get home.
It was like you get parts ofUtah.
It's like New Mexico is's flat,it's open.
I'm going.
Why the hell not, you know, butI didn't see the bastard in
there hiding, you know.
So he pulled me over to ahundred and three and an 85.
Oops.

Speaker 1 (38:06):
And what did that cost you?

Speaker 3 (38:08):
He goes.
You know you're pulling overcause you're speeding.
I go really.
And he said and you were going,I just mean really fast.
I said you know what?
Because I really want to gethome $450.

Speaker 1 (38:23):
The guy when he pulled me over.
He goes.
So I suppose you're going backto your second house now, are
you?
I'm like you, cheeky bastard.
I suppose your swimming pool isgetting cold up in the
mountains.
I said absolutely.

Speaker 3 (38:38):
How much is your ticket?

Speaker 1 (38:40):
I got away with $200.
$250.

Speaker 3 (38:43):
Mine was $450.
And he told me I had to calland pay within five days or they
would issue a warrant.

Speaker 1 (38:52):
Oh, they don't issue a warrant unless it costs money.
I got warrants out for me.

Speaker 3 (38:57):
How many cruises to Utah again I get pulled over for
some reason they run the tags.
There goes the warrant.
They would arrest me on thespot.
I'll be paying the ticket.
You don't want to imagine.

Speaker 1 (39:08):
It depends where it is.
Where's the warrant?
Utah Beaver, beaver.
Utah Pookie, excuse me, excuseme.
Excuse me.

Speaker 3 (39:24):
Benji Benji, stop barking at Pookie.
Benji boy.
No, I'm not going to mess withthat, I'm going to pay that.

Speaker 1 (39:34):
I suppose it's a.

Speaker 3 (39:35):
it's a state patrol Mormon in Utah and I'm going to
mess with that.
You messing with me?
I'm not going to mess with that.
You're messing with me?
I'm not gonna mess with that atall.
You kidding me?
Well, you know, pookie, I'm notgonna mess with the mormon
state patrol in utah, okaythey're just trying to marry you
off is what they do.

Speaker 1 (39:52):
I got this nice girl you might like to meet.
She's only 12 now, but in acouple of years she might be
your wife that's okay.

Speaker 3 (39:58):
I mean, I asked him, I just tried conversation.
I said did you have an argumentwith wife number five this
morning or something?
Hey, listen.

Speaker 1 (40:09):
I gauged on the response that I had with my
ex-wife when I mentioned shemight be on husband number seven
.
It's just no lie.

Speaker 3 (40:20):
Were you hinting that it's slutty, but uh?
yeah, he did like that when theylanded a little comment, he
goes I'll be writing you aticket for the full, uh, uh
mileage.
You're going speeding so like,give me a break, maybe bring it
down about five or six months.
So I'll be writing for the fullamount here.
I'm just going.
I'll just sit here and shut up,then okay, always a good idea.
I'm just saying those, I'lljust sit here and shut up, then

(40:42):
okay, always a good idea.
I'm just saying those fur-linedhandcuffs behind me going off,
we go off, we go.

Speaker 1 (40:47):
I don't think so.
When you call the magistrate orthe judge, you can plead.

Speaker 3 (40:54):
They were closed yesterday for Easter Monday, so
as soon as the show's over, Ihave to give them a call.

Speaker 1 (40:59):
Let's give them a call now.
What's the number?

Speaker 3 (41:04):
I don't think so.
No, I'll be calling with mycredit card.

Speaker 1 (41:07):
Go on, it'll be fun.

Speaker 3 (41:08):
I have a credit card in my hand right here going.
I'm sorry, sir, I'm sorry, I'llnever speak to Utah again.
Here's my credit card, just runthe car and drop that damn car.

Speaker 1 (41:16):
I'm never going to Utah again, period, I have no
choice but to go to Utah.

Speaker 3 (41:20):
if I'm going to drive down there, I have to go again.
I'm going to the NAB to see youguys.
I'll be driving down there, youand little.

Speaker 1 (41:28):
Joey, you guys will be flying.
Yeah, nab's going to be fun.
Might even see little Joey outtoo.

Speaker 3 (41:39):
Explain this to me, okay.
So here he is.
Here's Joey, my little Jewishlittle joey, out too.
Explain this to me, okay.
So here he is.
He's the joy metal jewish trollliving in the base because he's
got some financial hardshipsand stuff and he's staying at
the win, okay oh yeah whatfinancial hardship.
He's flying there and he'sstaying at the freaking.
He's not paying for the win, ishe well?

Speaker 1 (41:57):
who's?
Who's paying for it?
His company?
Whoever has?

Speaker 3 (42:01):
He works on a commission.
So if you work on a commission,are they going to pay you for
that?
Maybe, so I guess, with the win.

Speaker 1 (42:07):
No, no, no, the company won't pay you $4.50 a
night.
Ah really, excuse me, I have todo something in here.

Speaker 3 (42:16):
Don't they?
They had a slow week last weekand I they had a slow week last
week.
I saw that the Strat they'reoffering rooms ready for night.
It was $9 a night.
No way, no.

Speaker 1 (42:32):
But the resort fee was and the NAB would be like
$1,000.

Speaker 3 (42:35):
It's $45 for the resort fee and then you had the
taxes in, so you still got about$85 a night, but it was just
you know, the greasiest,slimiest place.
I should talk about doing a popwind up, staying there, since,
since the NAB is going to takeall the rooms, you know I'll be
at the Strat.
I'll be sleeping in the lobbybecause my bed's too greasy and
dirty and there's clothes stillstuck.

Speaker 1 (42:55):
Well, listen if, if, if Joey's got a suite at the
Bellagio, there's probably roomfor you up there too.

Speaker 3 (43:04):
That's a good idea.
We can all crash in Joey's roomwe could, we could and your
daughter's there.
You've got a nice, warm guestbed waiting on you, daddy.
I hope so.
Why would she not have you staythere?
Did you piss her off, orsomething?

Speaker 1 (43:19):
The last time I went, she didn't have a new house at
that point, I don't know.
She didn't, and she said well,dad, you're going to stay in a
hotel.
What?
Why?
Well, because Abby's coming in.
Blah, blah, blah.
Gee thanks, I ended up in ahotel.
I ended up in the aristocrathotel, yeah exactly it's.

(43:42):
uh, you're alive and we're heretalking to you today indeed,
it's a goth hotel and their,their idea of decorating is
painted black right, never mindjust chipping off, paint it
black, oh look the bathroom,like that black curtain behind
you right now.

Speaker 3 (43:58):
Yeah, same thing oh my lovely.

Speaker 1 (44:00):
Um, I don't know why that didn't work.
Well, it might not be by thetime you see.
This, I might.
I like that black curtainbehind you right now.
Yeah, same thing.
Oh my lovely, I don't know whythat didn't work.
Well, it might not be by thetime you see this I might have
figured out.

Speaker 3 (44:08):
So now your daughter knows you're coming this time,
so did she offer that she canstay at your home this time?

Speaker 1 (44:13):
Oh, I'm staying at her house, yeah, sure.

Speaker 3 (44:15):
Oh, that's already been arranged.
You know that for a fact?

Speaker 1 (44:17):
Oh, of course, yeah, yeah, I've even paid for it,
just checking.

Speaker 3 (44:20):
You might get surprised.
You get there and go gee, sorryDad, no, it's a storage room.
There's no bed in there now.

Speaker 1 (44:28):
She said you can stay , I can probably hang out with
Joey.

Speaker 3 (44:36):
And I've got to.
Oh, so you've myself a place tostay.

Speaker 1 (44:38):
Seriously ask Joey if he's got, because those have
like double ones.

Speaker 3 (44:42):
Turn the leech.
I'm going to leech off him sobad.
I want to.
I'm going to.

Speaker 1 (44:48):
I'm staying in your room.
Yeah, well, turn around.
It's a bitch, ain't it?

Speaker 3 (44:52):
Yeah, I have to ask him do you snore, do you fart in
your sleep?
Oh, he knows that.
Did you shower once a week?
You got to find out somedetails here.
I gotta, I gotta stuff.

Speaker 1 (45:02):
How long are you gonna be there?
Me not long, I mean.
You only have a few days, right, I'll be 17th.

Speaker 3 (45:10):
I'm there for two weeks, man, two weeks well, he
won't be so he won't.
Well, that's for me he canleave, I'll take the room, don't
check out those rates.

Speaker 1 (45:20):
Yeah, you just hang out there and go.

Speaker 3 (45:21):
Oh I, oh what really, what does this company get the
bill they're going?
They just had to stay and havesome meetings and meet some
other people, you know send themthe bill, why not?

Speaker 1 (45:30):
yeah, yeah, yeah, it's uh, you know, yeah, well,
you know what?
Um gosh, I think it's time tostart screaming, don don't you?

Speaker 3 (45:41):
Are we doing a quick Joe Rogan thing, are we?

Speaker 1 (45:44):
Oh no, we're not.

Speaker 3 (45:47):
It's kind of a hate-filled thing.
I sometimes play that and youcan call in and rant about the
little steroidal bald midget, oryou can rant about somebody
else you want to, about the dumbredneck radio station that
won't play Beyonce.
You can just call and scream atLizzo and just go go take your
break.
Then Go eat two pizzas,whatever you want to do.

(46:07):
Or you can rant about whatever,send it to us at
christencostello at yahoocom.
Is that what you?

Speaker 1 (46:15):
subscribe to by any chance.
No, you subscribe atchristencostellocom.
Okay so I just said it.
So one is the dark one and theother one is the dark one.

Speaker 3 (46:25):
Any service that you want, you'll always find us.
You pick it, but just subscribe, so therefore you get us weekly
.
I mean did you realize?
Are you ready for this?
More people in the age 18 to 34, you know listen to a podcast
more than they watch television48%, 40% of all people age 18 to

(46:47):
34 listen to at least a podcasta week.
Television is 45% in thatcategory.
So we're ahead.
So here we are.
There's a lot of podcasts tochoose from.
Most of them are science.

Speaker 1 (47:00):
When science and you learn about science, you know we
can talk about science orhistory if you like.
I mean, we're both degreepeople, so what the hell?
Right why did your ass breakout we much prefer to have fun
and talk about stupid shit.

Speaker 3 (47:14):
I mean or like like lesson stuff, informative stuff,
history stuff.
You know why does your assbreak out in zits in the
summertime when your butt's wet?
I mean the best bargain is forwomen's bathing suits, it's okay
.
But why would you want to signup and just select one and done?

(47:35):
Here we are every week for yourentertaining, and you may get
pissed at us, you may laugh atus, we may make you think, but
at least we're there for you.
It's fun.

Speaker 1 (47:48):
The best thing is, you don't actually have to watch
us.
You can just listen, like youhave been for the last year or
so, and we'd like to thank thosewho have and those who are
going to in the future.

Speaker 3 (47:58):
I think it's fun that we do video because you get to
watch Costello and howuncomfortable he is seeing
himself on camera.
Yeah, you've been so squirrelyand squirmy this episode because
every time you look at me,you're going oh oh, it's me.
Oh, I got to look at myself.
Oh, we can't change anything,it's just have fun.

(48:22):
That's right.
Turn sideways.
Put the bag back on.
Put the bag on.
We're going to squeal with youwearing the bag.

Speaker 1 (48:32):
It's going to be difficult to squeal wearing the
bag, you know you can't see whatyou're doing, oh, design floor,
oh shit.

Speaker 3 (48:41):
You put a hole in the back so you can see the board.

Speaker 1 (48:46):
Now I kind of see the screen.
Oh well, scream scream, screamscream Yay.

Speaker 3 (48:53):
It's time for us to go.
We're squealing goodbye.
This week's squeal is for Lizzo, because she quit Lizzo Because
she quit, and it's for Trumpbecause he's calling his
followers what they really areStupid dipshits.

Speaker 1 (49:07):
Yay, and the fact that we're now on video is
lovely, as I like it Spanking.

Speaker 3 (49:14):
Lizzo Spank, spank, spank Squeal.

Speaker 1 (49:18):
Banana, banana, Yo-yo banana.

Speaker 3 (49:22):
That's such a bad visual.
She can make a whole bunch ofsevere.

Speaker 1 (49:28):
I'm sorry that would put tears in her eyes and on
that last bone shell.

Speaker 2 (49:37):
Mr.

Speaker 3 (49:39):
Indeed, Mr Bailey is signing off, we'll do the Dick
Clark thing next week See you.

Speaker 1 (49:49):
See you.
That's enough to scare abouteverybody in the Western world
Nah.
Okay, end of recording, alright.

Speaker 3 (50:00):
You're funny, Castor.
You were so uncomfortable todayI don't like this.
It's supposed to be done well,you wouldn't relax, you weren't
yourself.
I'm going look at castell.
He's all bent video, like theysay we have to.
We have to read this.
I'm going to read that stuffthis week.
It's like, uh, they were sayingvideo is important if you want
to grow your podcast and stuffand then not as important as you

(50:24):
think, but if it's really onlyfor two purposes for us, which
would be youtube and tiktok.
Now, what we're gonna do I'llsend us to the guys and they
will take out what they want forthe minute this.

Speaker 1 (50:38):
Okay, give me a chance to do an edit After the
show is done.

Speaker 3 (50:44):
I'll let them know where they can get it.
I'll send it to them andthey'll take what?
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