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The Federal Communications Commissioners determined the followingcontent to be emotionally harmful. Funny things
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COO, I'll know what's about youby cool on. This would be a
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Com damn pout you one time?Take it Allen Cox. Here we go.

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He'll add time. It's the AllenCox Show on one hundred point seven
double U m M. Hey gang, what's going on? Good afternoon.

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Hi, let's make clear my throathie. Hi, welcome. My name's
Alan Cox. Thank you for beinghere. Say hi to Bill Squire he's
here too, Hey, creepy hugs. Mary Santora is with us as well.
Hello. In the nick of time. After yesterday's meltdown there in New
York City where all of their software, I don't know what happened. Yeah,

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it was a problem until like eleveno'clock last night, and then apparently
the engineers were light here into thewee hours of the morning fixing things before
you know, Morning Drive and everythingnew. Yeah. Sure. And Elvis
Durant, you know, he's doinghis show from his house in New Mexico
or whatever, so he doesn't knowwhat the hell is going on. I'm
the sucker. I'm coming in hereevery day. All these other guys doing

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these shows, they're doing it fromtheir house halfway across the country. Any
who, we're all here, that'sthe important part. And you can join
us if you'd like to. Ifyou want to join us on the phone
two one six five seven eight onedouble oh seven eight hundred and three four
eight one double oh seven, sendme a text if you like three five

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one nine two. A lot ofpeople prefer to communicate that way, Alancoxshow
dot com, or you can dropus emails if you like. I was
worried that maybe the meltdown was extendingthis way, because it was probably between
eleven fifteen and eleven forty five thismorning when we were essentially trapped in here

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because the key card readers stopped working. Oh yeah, and so I'm like,
okay, that's eleven thirty is normallythe time I'll go get lunch,
and so I'm like, well,I'm not leaving because there's nobody here.
So I'm like, okay, well, I'm what am I gonna do?
Leave and come back and not beable to get back in and stand out
there? And what there's nobody around? Right? So I had to have
my instead of my lunch. Ihad to have my snack for lunch.

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Can you imagine I had to havemy salmon jerky for lunch. That's crazy,
I mean, big deal, right, I had starving. I hadn't.
No, I hadn't. I'll stillhave my protein shake mid show,
but I hadn't planned for that.You know how I like to plan everything
out. I like to know.I'm very regimented with my day and how
I do things and so. Butit's important too to be able to adjust

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and adapt to things like the keycard reader not working and so, and
then my studio likes top working.I'm like, is what happened to Mary
in New York? You know?Weather will go west to east? I'm
like, is the meltdown going eastto west? Is it coming here?
Now? There was a brief periodof time where I thought maybe that's what

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was going on. I was gettingconcerned because there's that half a second,
by the way, when your keycard doesn't work that you think, oh
my god, it is today,and I didn't see the email, right,
But that's probably not going to happenat eleven thirty in the morning.
It's gonna happen, you know,overnight when no one's around to scream at
everybody's sleeping. But up until literallythe moments before we went on the air,

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Mary had an engineer in there withher because for the last forty five
minutes I was able to hear her, but she couldn't hear me down the
line, and so there was anengineer there that was trying to help.
And at the tail end there hemade a China syndrome reference and it went
completely over Mary's head. I waslike, yeah, China hack the radio.
How old is that engineer? Iwas gonna say, China syndrome.

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It was a movie for one thing. You don't know what China syndrome is.
I never heard of this. Well, the phrase China syndrome refers to
it's kind of an idiomatic expression ofpeople who work in nuclear power plants.
That the meltdown would go all theway through the Earth to China, and
so they called it the China syndrome. But there was a movie in the

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late seventies, in the early daysof like HBO and stuff like that.
It was not all the time,Jane Fonda, Jack Lemon, I think
Michael Douglas, and it was aboutlike a three mile island type situation,
and it was called the China Syndrome. And so when I heard the guy
say that, I was and Marythought, he's taking about China hacking.

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Yeah, because you didn't get theChinese in their own Russians right now,
I don't know. You know whatan antipode is, the antipital location.
It's the point on the planet thatis diametrically opposite to your location. So
since most of the planet is coveredin water, the antipode to just about

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most cities is in the ocean.So they go, well, here's the
country, here's the city closest toyou, Like the antipode for Cleveland and
New York would be the same,it'd be somewhere in western Australia. But
the expression, of course was thatyou know, well, when you were
kids, you'd watch cartoons, right, and they would dig all the way
to China. Yes, they'd comeout the other side of the planet.

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I don't know if that's geographically accurate. I don't know where you'd have to
be for uh to be there.I don't think it's New York, Beijing,
China. Uh. The antipode isin Argentina. All right, so
we're fine. Now. We don'thave Biau cheese down there in Argentina.
But if you are anywhere near RioNegro, Argentina, call it before you

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dig. I don't know what thenumber is down there, but call before
you dig, because if you gotoo deep, you're gonna end up in
Beijing. And then we got awhole other thing going on electrical lines.
Yes, yes, Chinese food.Yeah. And then then not to mention
what happens when you get into thecenter of the earth and you got to
it's a whole new world. Themorlocks are down there. You gotta be

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careful. You got a sidestep,the mole creatures and the whole bit Devil's
down there with his pitchfork, youknow, putting pineapples of Hitler's ass,
the whole thing working on his fiddle. Yeah, everything you've ever read or
seen. That's where he goes.He goes down to practice. Yeah,

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practice, Yeah, But does heneed to practice? Is the right?
That's what I'm saying is that Ithink the those songs, the implication is
that the devil is just naturally goodat anything, which is a weird take
on somebody who's like culturally reviled,you know, religion. Nobody ever gives

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the devil his props, but theygo, oh, this guy's a great
fiddler or old guitar lore, youknow, the great Robert Johnson that the
blues guitarist becaus untight who uh,you know. The the legend of him
is that he sold his soul tothe devil and that's how he became so
good. The implication being, hey, I'll sell my soul and the devil's
got all these great skills. Ithink I think Bill's right. I think

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it's more likely that you'd have topractice. He's a hard worker. Yes,
I mean, if you believe allthose fairy tales, the devil is
just a fallen angel. So hewas a peer of a bunch of other
celestial bodies, and so he's gota practice. I'm more I'm more interested

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in how he landed on the fiddleout out of the vast array of instruments.
You know, I'm a drummer.That was that that called to me
as a young boy. I justknew I was going to play the drums.
Uh. Some people are called bythe devil, was called by the
fiddle, and then went down toGeorgia. You think, in his case,
will be up to Georgia. Butyou know, did they say in

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the song? It's very a lotof exposition in the song. The whole
song is just a story, right. Does he mention where he came from?
No, he says went down Georgia. Yeah, he could have been,
you know, traveling from somewhere else. It's not like he's only got
one thing to do. He couldhave been up in the north somewhere and
be like, all right, I'mgonna you know, route this, So

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I'm just gonna hit the east coast. Yeah, and then go south to
Georgia. He was on this dude'ssoul and then head on down to Mexico.
Wow, and you know, noparty, but also it probably you
know, uh, just what isit called? Like uh possessed somebody?
Yeah, I would go down andpossess people. Sure, yeah, well

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okay, it's all uh, youknow, chicking into Brett, pampicking at
do gy does he talk about nodot Now, it's all in there,
and then you know he's yup yourself. A stump is the final level.

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But Johnny, yeah, the bigboss, Johnny beats him. Devil knew
he'd been beat. And I thinkthis song is a lesson to all of
us now, depending on what youknow. People are so divided now and
I think it's in our best interestto all kind of try to figure out
what our commonalities are. And theDevil goes, hey, you beat me,
man. You know there's no complaining, there's air screaming. Fair is

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fair? Yep, that was avery unfair fiddle. There's nothing like that.
He's like, hey, you beatme man, And Johnny goes,
I told you you, son ofa bitch. I'm the best there's ever
been, which is a little braggadociousfor my taste. He knew it.
Don't be a sore winner. Yeah, just because you beat the devil doesn't

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mean you're the best ever. Meansyou're better than the devil. But that's
the whole point, is that thedevil has all these powers. Yeah,
all right, well listen, henailed it. Whatever the hell else Charlie
Daniels did in life, he didthat. Press the yellow button to begin
enjoying your Alice show w MMS.Anybody else celebrating Dead Duck Day today,

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June fifth? Why is it deadduck? Well, I'm glad you asked.
Dead Duck Day is celebrated in honorof the of the Scandinavian scientist.
I know, it's all it's theguy who was, the guy who was.
It celebrates the discovery of the phenomenonof homosexual necrophilia in male ducks.

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They've been celebrating Dead Duck Day forthe past twenty two years. It's great
for people who are fans of alliterationand ducks, not those dead ones.
Yeah, well, they don't know. The director of the Natural History Museum
in Rotterdam, a guy named KeysMilker, was finishing up his work for

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the day. We're going back tothe mid nineties for this, and he
looked out and he heard this bigthump on the window. Looked out onto
the yard there and there was aduck who had a hit the glass,
fallen dead onto the lawn and nearhim was another male duck, and the

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guy watched, and the live duckwalked right over, mounted the dead one
and started banging it, and theguy started to take pictures. Male ducks
are apparently known for aggressive sexual behavior. But before that, and they got
that weird penis. Now it mentionsthat, and I don't know anything about
duck penises, But you're right,how do you know about duck penises?

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Because probably two thousand and ten oreleven, there was a duck tails realistic
cartoon I see, and it showedit was just something that somebody made him
put on YouTube, and it showed, uh, graphically, how duck penis

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is. They have long, spikypeenis, yeah, and often force themselves
on unwilling females in minor saying that'sjust called nature. Most of nature.
I mean, I'm sure that thereare females in any species that present themselves
right they're an estrus or mating seasonor whatever, But unwilling females seems to

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be, by and large the cornof the realm scientifically accurate duck tails.
Okay, it sounds terrifying, yes, But before this guy in Rotterdam,
nobody had ever observed homosexual necrophilia inducks. And so ever, since nineteen
ninety five, every June fifth hasbeen celebrated as Dead Duck Day. So

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for those of you who celebrate HappyDead Duck Day, you think they would
have called it something else. Thisguy published a paper on it, and
everything is probably this chance encounter withhis window and this duck and another duck.
There's two animals of one species andone of another met purely by coincidence

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in this area, and it ledto sure a mundane scientific discovery, but
an interesting one. Nonetheless, thereare so many jobs, and you'll never
grasp just how many jobs there are. Right there are people who have dedicated
their entire lives to ducks. That'sit. They are duck experts. I

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mean, I'm sure they have likea name, you know what i mean.
But like every species has a groupof people that are that's all they
do. Yeah, just ducks.And this is like who's finding this out?
It's just such random information? Youknow what it is? Though?
Is my thought of that is twofoldone. I wish I loved anything as

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much as some people love, youknow, to become an expert on something
like that, and you're right.There are people who have spent their careers
studying mosquitoes. Right, it's thedeadliest animal on the planet. It makes
sense, but two in service ofsomething bigger than yourself in science and an
exploration, you know, these peoplego I'm going to zero and a miss

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because they're so interested in it.They've devoted everything to it, and it
might seem silly to everybody else.And the other part of that is to
me is it's very much at yourown peril this thing we're in now,
where people don't believe in experts.There are a lot of experts, right,

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most people walking around, most peoplewalking around stupid. That's why a
lot of people want to feel likethey know more than other people, even
though they don't. They haven't studiedit, they haven't done any kind of
experimentation, you know. But thisdecrying of experts or thinking, you know
that regular people walking around know asmuch as a guy who published a paper

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on homosexual necrophilia in the Mallard,Right, I mean, it couldn't get
more obscure, But there's no wayyou're going to know anything more. Listen.
Growing up love Daffy Duck. Hewas my favorite cartoon character. Was
daffy duck. It's not even anadjective. The ear used that much anymore.

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It was last time we called somebodydaffy. It's a great unused never
heard it, No, I've heardit. I've never used I've never been
like that guy's daffy, right.I don't know if it comes from daft
from the Brits. I don't knowwhere that comes from. I did hear
a friend of mine refer to hisgirlfriend as a daffy bitch one time,
and I fell off my chair.I said, that's beautiful. It's insulting.

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I got to insult someone. Makeit, make it lyrical. My
favorite one of my favorite British insultswhen someone calls someone a muppet. I
haven't heard that. An absolute muppet. Yeah, a muppet. So dead
duck day is today a happy birthdayto Kenny G. Of course, every

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time Kenny G is mentioned on thisshow, a smooth jazz angel gets its
wings. Kenny G is sixty eightyears old today. I met the man
one time when I was doing radiosales. There was a break in my
broadcasting career. My station in Chicagohad gone through some stuff and I was

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off the air and I didn't wantto leave. I didn't want to pack
my crap again. I'm near myfamily and my friends, and I started
doing radio sales for a smooth jazzstation in Chicago called WNUA. It's no
longer there. It was around fortwenty seven years. Then it flipped the
Spanish. But Kenny G came inone time, and it was like this

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guy literally like the Pied Piper,right, you know the drawings, you
see the pied Piper. He's walkingthrough with the flute or whatever. Yeah.
Even even though Kenny G played thesaxophone, he played one of those
long, straight saxophone soprano. Isthat what that is? Okay? Now,
I'm sure he can play all differentkinds. He plays all kinds.

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Yeah, but that the one heplays the most is a soprano sax.
I think he's like most associated withthat. Yeah, the soprano saxophone.
There you go, that's the onethat goes hey, sax forget about it.
What did I say? I workin Wasteman, right, I pull
concrete. I played the same zavone. Hey, So do you think anybody

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could just play the saxophone? Notanybody can do this? Hey, So
Kenny jeans and who couldn't have beennicer by the way he's uh, he's
well, he was a young man. Well I should stay he was a
young man at the time. Imean, how long ago was it?
Fifteen years ago? I guess itwas right before I moved to Cleveland,
So he would have been whatever,sixty eight minus fifteen is. There's no

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way to know that. But KennyG of quas Is, I'm sorry,
twenty nine years old. He wasjust a young man, young Kenny Gorlic
and yeah, God, the ladiescouldn't get enough of that stuff. And
you know, I think these dayshe's probably just relegated to doing like Christmas
albums and things. But you know, he was at one time for that

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format. When I was selling smoothjazz radio for that format, he was
the guy. He was like,he's one of the best selling artists of
all time in any genre, thisguy. And he's he's very down to
earth when you chat with him,and he kind of has a vibe about
him that is very unassuming. He'sfrom Seattle anyway, He's sixty eight years

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old today, So happy birthday tothe great Kenny G. Hello. Hey,
this guy Kenny very much yos.Hey, what's going on, Bill,
is it? Yeah? I'm good. I heard you guys talking about
that Turlie Daniels thing. Yeah yeah, yeah, how you lost to a

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mortal and but you worked real hardto learning to play the fiddle. That's
pretty that's pretty good. Well,that's the thing. I wanted to clear
up some misconceptions, if you will. Everybody thinks that I just knew how
to play it. I knew howto beat this guy, right, and
I didn't. I'll be honest withyou. I practiced a lot. Really.

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Yeah. I thought I was goingto beat that dude, and I
did not, and that's embarrassing.Yeah. They still make fun of me
for it, as they should.Yeah. No, lie, Yeah,
everybody's always like, oh, how'sJohnny doing? Why did you accept the
fiddle match? Why didn't you playedat one of your strengths, like a
torturing contest or something. The fiddlewas I you think they're doing a lot

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of torturing contests in Georgia. Yeah, only for people who are trying to
vote. Yeah. No, Iwanted to prove to them that I was
the best okay the fiddle, whichagain it's my fault because I was trained

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on the base. Well, here'smy question. Who was the judge,
the judge of the fiddling content?Yeah? Who was it? Like,
I mean, it was between youand the other guy. It was the
mayor of the town at the time. I remember his name. Well,
it seems like he's got a vestedinterest in them. You know, he

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doesn't seem very impartial, is allI'm saying. I feel like you might
have gotten screwed. No, butthe judge actually wanted me to win.
It was very much on my side. Okay, Oh yeah, well yeah,
the guy was like, if Ivote for you, we could give
me all this stuff. What aboutthat he was really trying to who was
laying it on the face? Yethirsty if you know what I mean.

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But now I thought i'd beat himparents square. Well, song says otherwise,
I know. And that's also crazythat you had this contest and then
someone wrote a song, because like, it's not very often that there's songs
about contests like that's you know thatthat story is like a story like that.
You know, there's definitely lots ofstories get passed down over generations,

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but for to become an iconic songlike that, that's well, I'll tell
you what though, that wasn't eventhe first one that we did. That
was just the one that got reallypopular. Okay, Oh yeah, I
did a song before that. Itwas called we did a Song but Devil
went up to date, Okay,and it was me and this old fart
with a mandolin. If you losta m I'm gonna be very, very

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embarrassing, I was gonna say,because I've heard that guy play. That's
why I puffed up my chest.I'm like, I beat this guy in
a mandolin. I don't even knowhow to play ball. I found that
out pretty quickly. Yeah, Inoticed he's just strumming one stringer full time,
and he had on some weird hattoo. But anyway, I just

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wanted to clear that up and makesure that everybody knows I did the practice.
Did you back? I did myd Charley Daniels is dead now and
he's down here with me, sowe talk about it all the time.
That's exciting down about the way.You know who else we lost, and

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so I think it's a very verysad thing because he kind of operated in
a very specific point in time fora lot of us. I think specifically,
maybe Gen xers and people who camebefore. Probably not so much for
you guys, but for somebody likeme. Brother Marquis has died at the

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age of fifty eight. He hasno brother Marquis. No. He was
part of an amazing was that Bim'sreal name. No, he was part
of an amazing musical collective in theeighties called Two Live Crew. Heard of
them? Of course everybody knows LutherCampbell. He was the frontman. Two

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Live Crew was the first rap groupthat anybody saw that had an Asian guy
in it, brother Marquis. Hisname was Mark Ross. He died.
He's fifty eight years old. Andof course these guys just exploded out of
Miami. They were getting banned inthe nineties. It was the first rap
album to have that parental advisory stickeron it, and everybody was flipping out

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over Two Live Crew. And thesong Me So Horny, which was the
lightest song on the album, bythe way, it was the least problematic
one. Was Me So Horny,despite being grammatically incorrect, it was a
real earworm. It was a bangerbecause until then, you know, the

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reason everybody flipped out is because untilthen, you know, rap had been
about sneakers and gold chains, andTwo Live Crew comes in and they're like,
hey, pop your couchie, youknow, drop that d come on
me so horny. So Two LiveCrew had to walk so that everybody else

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could run, and brother Marquis haspassed away. Luther Campbell, you know,
this was a guy who was fightingfor free speech, you know,
because there was a judge in Floridawho had legally declared a Two Live Crew
album obscene. You know, alot of these First Amendment cases, they

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kind of steer clear of those kindsof proclamations. The old line about porn,
you know, I know when Isee it. But when as nasty
as they want to be came out, people were like, this is when
like Tipper Gore and the pm rC were riding high getting my nut.
These guys, yeah and uh soyeah, these guys. Hip hop was

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very tame before Two Live Crew,Like I said, it was just you
know, was DMC and guys.You know, gangster rap hadn't happened yet.
Now they sound almost quaint. Ifyou listen to Two Live Crew,
you're like, wow, this wasvery much compared to like doing or even
Beyonce say is about taking you toRed Lobster if you e for good.

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So everybody's getting in on the action. But Two Live Crew Luther Campbell and
the other guys fresh Kid Ice.That was the Asian guy, Christopher Wong.
He died a few years ago.These guys are dying early, you
know, late forties, late forties, early fifties. What's that They live

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hard lives. Sound like they werejust hanging out after their shows. Well
no, in the late eighties,maybe they were, but not now.
God knows what they were doing.But affects your I mean if they're doing
drugs and drinking, you know.Yeah, yep. So Uncle Luke Luther
Campbell, who's been on this programa couple of times over the years.

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He's always out there trying to fightthe good fight because I think like they
don't have access to their back catalogor something and so all. But anyway,
rip to Brother Marquis, another memberof Two Live Crew who's dead.
And if you've never heard Two LiveCrew, you really should go find some
of their stuff. Find as nastyas they want to be, find banned

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in the USA, find all thosethings. Some things are too good to
be true. This thing is tootrue to be good. If you listen
to us on iHeartRadio, tell mewhere you do that, especially if you're

(28:30):
out of state. I like toknow where people are where they listen Ellen
Crash from Bangamton. You guys aretalking about the Mary k cars the other
day. Man, I literally justseen one in Bangapton. So there's one
out here in New York. Justwanted to let you know, bro,

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have a great day, all right, mark it down. Mary Bingham to
New York has got one of themMary Kay Cadillacs up there. Not mine.
My friend's mom drove one of thosewhen I was a kid. Really
yeah, she did that. Wellwhere she got the caddy? Oh yeah,
wowach she sold a lot of alot of cold cream back then.
Ugly women in medias ugly. Itdoesn't make them better looking. It just

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makes their skin look better, right, I mean, well, I thought
makeup right, yeah, but Imean there's only some much you can do.
I mean, it's does makeup makeugly people look better? Yes?
Have you not seen some of thoseinsane makeup transformations on like YouTuber sik talk.
But they just need the girls whoare hit oh really, full face
of makeup and You're like, thatis a different person. Oh well,

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obviously you look different with makeup,but I'm more used to like the girls
who just take all their makeup offand you're like, oh my god,
how brave I mean, and thenthey put their stuff on. You know,
not everybody's gonna look like Jeffrey Star. But yeah, okay, a
lot of ugly women in Medna bills. That's all right, Yeah, you
go very I know that was herterritory. I just knek that's where we

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were. Yeah, of course everyoneknows how much hotter Medgna has gotten so
much hotter. Oh my god,thanks for her. Yeah, yeah,
she really. You know what elseis so the Mary kay Caddy there in
Binghamton. You know what else ishit in New York? Specifically the city
Prey spiders. Have you read thestory about these spiders. Yeah, they're

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your friendly neighborhood spiders, although youwouldn't know it by the looks of them.
The Jurro spider looks downright menacing.Turns out they're more Charlotte's Web than
Black Widow. You folks in theNortheast are going to see them soon.
The only question is when the jurorspider was first spotted in the Southeast in
twenty thirteen. Fully grown, they'rethe size of a human palm, and

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they shimmer gold and yellow to attractprey, like possibly the spodern yet no
golden yet. Know telling people ifyou're in a rackne fuld, these things
are the stuff your nightmares because they'reso big, they're so striking, striking,
and they're so sort of scary lookingfor an irakan food. And also
their webs are absolutely enormous. They'reat least three or four feet in diameter.

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And the other thing is they're reallyreally strong. If you walk into
one, it'll stop you, soif you're keeping track. They shimmer gold,
they're absolutely massive, and their websare so big and strong they're tough
to tear down. I like thatrecap my research, I've shown that gerro
spiders, for whatever reason, seemto be especially shy. In fact,
they may be one of the shyestspecies of spiders that we know of.

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So if that's any comfort to people, I mean, just know that these
spiders aren't out to get you,meaning your dogs and cats, small kids
are safe at least for now.So there you go. So they're shy
spiders. What was you going tosay, at least for now, at
least for now until they eat yourdogs? Right? Yeah, ye spiders?
Who have you know? Again?All these you know, climate change

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and storms and weird things blow allkinds of non indigenous creatures around the different
parts of the country in the world. But yeah, these spiders that are
big, but they kind of canfloat through the air too, and they
have been in this country for thebetter part of ten years. But they
are kind of sounding the alarm therein New York. Yeah, that the
spiders are coming just in time forsummer. I like spiders. I think

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they're They're just so fascinating. I'mthe opposite of an aractophobe. I think
they're cool from like a distance orlike behind glass. Right, So if
there's a spider on the outside ofmy window, I can be alright with
it and kind of observe it,observe it, observe it. Sometimes when

(32:44):
I watch a spider, I wantto absorb what a web a fly know
how many it's going to eat.I can barely get through this web,
it's so big. There's a stronglab It's a kind of mojo spile on
this one whack of phobia. Observeit from a distance, I'm fine with.

(33:13):
But when they're like in my houseor my path, that that is
like I am screaming in terror,and like I get physical, visceral reactions.
So it's like, I'm just howfascinating. I'm fascinated how fast they
work to make those webs. Right, I'm always like in the backyard in
the morning, I'll be like wateringthe trees or the foliage or whatever,

(33:37):
and there will be giant spider websthat were not there the day before.
In between the two. They gotnothing else to do, got nothing else
to do. They're not building websovernight. They are, well they are,
That's what I'm saying. They workvery very fast, and yeah,
it's wild. Now I'm of courseconstantly tearing them down because I want any

(34:00):
of that nonsense. But yeah,So the trick, the trick and Aphelia
Clevada, the Joro spider is comingto New York with their massive, sticky
webs. They're gonna be shooting them. They're gonna be shooting ropes all over

(34:21):
the Empire State and the Big Applethank you. How do you like that?
Yeah, I don't like that.Yeah, I know, there's already
so much to be afraid of here. I don't need I know, right,
Jesus, that North Olmstead story hereis like national news. Yeah,
what happened. It's just terrifying.We only heard a couple We only did

(34:43):
like a little bit of a completelyrandom encounter that ended up yeah, because
the news broke we were on theair, a completely random encounter that ends
up with a dead stabbed three yearold boy at the Giant Eagle in North
Olms. This woman and her sonare in the Giant Eagle and they're shopping
and and this other woman just passesthem. She didn't know them, they
didn't know her, just passes them. I don't know if she gave them

(35:06):
a look. I don't know what'sgoing on. She goes right next door
to some thrift shop, buys abutcher knife, follows the lady and her
kid into the parking lot and stabsboth of them. Kills the kid and
the moth. The kid three,So cutie. They put this photo up
the whole bit. So it's justand they and the cops are that,

(35:27):
you know, the people are callingthat one. Hey, there's people getting
stabbed in the parking lot and theyget the woman and no record on this
what like, no record of mentalillness, no gun charges, no nothing.
She still had the knife on her. She's just walking out of the
I mean obviously psychotically mentally ill,but I mean so yeah, it's wild.

(35:50):
It just freaks you out. Youkeep your head on a swivel,
man, because you just never,ever, ever know. You can't blame
people for there's this weird confluence ofthings, you know. I've taken to
saying two things can be true atthe same time because it's very useful to
me. Right, two things canbe true where on the one hand,

(36:12):
people are like, oh, everybody'swalking around too nervous and too scared.
They might be because obviously the thingsthat you watch and when you're online,
it seems like there's someone behind everysingle corner. Obviously that's not true,
but there's a lot of stuff outthere. You just got to be aware.
And if you're a mom and you'vegot your little kid, last thing
you're doing is probably looking over yourshoulder at the grocery store. You know.

(36:37):
It's not like in North Olmstead too. Yeah, it's not a bad
area. But that's like a nationalstory. I mean it should be.
That's a crazy thing to happen.Yeah, it's wild baby Alan. Mary
said she wanted something different, Sohere you go a new song from Ray.
Oh what a hard pivot that is? No explosion. Well, a

(37:00):
little bit of sugar makes the medicinego down. Mary, you didn't like
squirting hot lava, so he wroteone call I taught a little of that
the other day, and I was, I wasn't feeling good, but I
turned on the show for a littlebit and caught the lava songs made you
even sicker. I was, justlike, can relate. He has written
one called Exploding Coconut Milk. Iguess he thinks that's more of that's right,

(37:24):
not the exploding in the squirting andBrian's a fool and all this kind
of stuff. Exploding Coconut Milk isthis song, Coconut Milk Explodes, Mary
Santorus toes, I'm just leading youinto the way. Okay, give me
the preamble. Ye, milk explodes, Mary santaur toes got me tripped in,

(37:52):
forgot my own flows with it likea little girl swirling off world.
He's weeping like a little girl.This is the songs sung world. It's
a yeah right, this is thebanger that we've all been looking for.
This is our twenty twenty four summertimeearworm. Ryan's erodent needs a trap.
Sik is nonsense to wrap, Satanlaps dark and over laps to gat the

(38:17):
track, what oh man looking back? Exploding cooker let Rommy, you lost
Mary's house? No matter comes.What's the cost? Usually fifty dollars,
a picure, hey, negotiation anda feeling fross shake the devil, never

(38:43):
double cross, say lights, Mary'sinsight, a toest, glistening perfect night,
heart races. What's this bite?Can't deny it feels so right,
crying schemes, trying to bree sun. Now, boy, you want to

(39:09):
talk about giving you whiplash? Listento this song because again this is an
AI song. And Ray puts himin, but you got to put some
keywords in, right, Yeah,So he's clearly putting in like the Devil
and Brian, Yes, the Devil, Satan's chuckle, cold as seat,
Brian's schemes, pure debris, setthe trap. Now he's history like that.

(39:35):
Wow, that one was I likethe music better on that one.
Yeah, it's not it's it wasa pure donkey groove. Yeah, not
that bad. But this is whydid the devil get Why did he put
the devil into the whole thing?Now the devil's getting involved. Yeah,
coconut milk exploding. I do likecoconut milk. I don't. You don't,

(39:58):
but be careful what you wish becauseyou didn't want the hot sporting lava,
and so he pivoted to the coconutmilk. And that's what you get
married, Why you buget? Sothat's the that's the latest offering there from
Ray. Oh it was intense.I feel like that one was the most
dark. Well, yeah, wedid a complete one. Eddy from coconut

(40:22):
milk, Mary's toes, no matterthe cost, and the Devil's here and
Brian's done from the gets of BellYeah, no matter the cost. Well
listen until AI murders all of us. This is fun. Yes, this
is what we're using it for.I was reading an article with one of

(40:43):
the guys, this guy uh CocaTai Joe or something like that, this
guy who worked for Open Ai andhe has since left. He's one of
these researchers on generative artificial intelligence,and part of his job is kind of
forecasting progress and things like that.And the people who do this are not
optimistic when they talk, you know, I mean, their whistleblowers are like

(41:04):
pissing in the wind. The peoplewho leave these companies because they're like,
yeah, these companies, they arein no way concerned at all about safety
or anything like that. Right,So this guy that worked for this company,
he's like, yeah, the bigAI the sea change might show up
maybe thirty years from now. Butthese people always kind of have to eat

(41:28):
their words because then they see howquickly it improves. And he goes,
oh, yeah, it might havebeen three years. So, and he's
like, there's something called p doomin AI circles and that is their shorthand
for the likelihood that AI will destroyor catastrophically harm humanity. And this guy

(41:51):
was like probably seventy percent. Butthe thing is probably everyone is saying this,
like everybody who were, like yousaid, they're the whistle or whatever,
like this should be more concerning butthe companies, but no company is
going No company is going to golike, yeah, let's take a pause

(42:13):
on this. Because tech bros arealways to a person, right, Zuckerberg,
Mousque, all these guys, they'realways promising utopia and delivering yawns,
yawn because it's all it's just aboutmoney, which is fine in the grand
scheme of things, but then don'ttell me that it's gonna be you know,
that's always boring. So yeah,there's nobody in these companies who has

(42:36):
their eye on the ball. They'rejust stacking vc cash because they're like,
well, when the shrimp hits thefan, we'll have our bunkers or whatever,
so what do we care. Butthe people who kind of sound the
alarms on this are like, hey, we should kind of give this a
look and maybe not go nah,let me fine, yeah, checks checks,

(42:57):
because they go, look, everyfifteen years, something like this happens
in tech every fifteen years or so. There's this sea change. Right in
the eighties it was personal computers.You had something that used to take up
an entire room. Now it's onyour desk. And then the mid nineties
it was the dot com bubble.It was a rise of the Internet,

(43:21):
and then fifteen years ago from nowit was the smartphone. So about every
decade and a half there's this hugetech thing that the money people don't want
to be left out of. Sothese AI companies get money from Google and
Meta and Microsoft, and there's somuch money involved because everybody wants to be

(43:43):
first, everybody wants to have theirname on it. But there's there's just
lip service paid to what this mightdo because ultimately they don't know. Nobody
knows, and we're just guinea pigsin the meantime. But in the meantime
we get fun songs. Okay,but I'm a little young to remember any
of the other things. Were theirconcerns about your home computer overtaking your house?

(44:07):
No, not like no. That'swhat I'm saying is that this is
the first time that it feels likeexperts are speaking out, like, guys,
we have got to get this undercontrol. Well, I mean,
every whatever that next tidal wave oftech development is, it's always more intense
and pervasive than the one that camebefore it. So when the cell phone

(44:28):
got to be a big deal,the Internet wasn't really a thing yet,
so people weren't thinking, oh mygod, the phone is going to make
everybody, you know, it's aporn and it's going to disassociate people from
each other the way that it isnow, and yeah, I don't know,
but the people, but all thesepeople who leave these companies are like
I had to leave because they weren'tThey're not concerned with safety. It's like,

(44:50):
well, all they're concerned about is, you know, showing the people
who invest in the company. Hey, here's what we're doing and whatever.
In the meantime, Ray's got Satanand you and your toes and coconut squirt
milk or whatever whatever that was calledcoconut squirt milk at any cost The Alan

(45:17):
Cox Show. Sure you could listento another show, but then how would
you find the pluffed bees we buriedin boxes around the city sevenmm Alancoxshow dot
com, where the live stream ofthe show is want to watch it?
Who's helping out today? Thanks toBigoty Bumpkins for assisting in the video department.

(45:40):
Today Guardians are playing the Royals againtonight. It's gonna be wild weather
coming through, so we'll see howthat lays out. But six oh five
is when we get out of herea few minutes early make room for the
pregame, and then six forty issupposed to be start time or on the
corner of Progressive Field Guardians over theRoyals last night eight to five. I

(46:00):
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(46:46):
dad. Of course, Mary andI don't have to concern ourselves with that
because we're in the dead. Dad'scool, lucky. I Mary and I
wish that we could purchase something forour fathers. Mayor's not coming through.
I have oh oh oh, dida break again? Maybe so we come

(47:07):
marry h. Let me do thisreal quick. We'll disconnect. I'll reconnect.
See if that's got her there?Hello Hello, No, well they
had that meltdown, said oh okay, well yeah, because when the engineer

(47:27):
was in with her before the show, I was like, how can I
trouble shoot? And he's like,you can, it's on our end.
I'm like, great, that'll befun. Well, anyway, maybe it
is uh uh ripple effects from yesterdaywhen they had a complete and total because
she's getting the same error messages yesterdayyesterday. Well, I bet some of

(47:51):
those spiders got into her board.Well, I haven't seen a lot of
people attributing all this stuff to themost recent solar flare that came through because
right like the AT and T cellnetwork was knocked down most of yesterday in
a whole bunch of parts of thecountry like Chicago and Dallas and San Francisco
and Philly, and people who areon AT and T networks couldn't call people

(48:14):
on other networks. And I hadn'tseen anybody talking about if it was a
result of solar flare activity or what. But we'll see. We can get
Mary back on. She's got engineersthere, she said, everything's down there
again. Yeah, okay. Well, and it was around this time yesterday.

(48:35):
I feel like that. Yeah,well she will rejoin us when she's
able, I suppose or not.We could just I could just turn on
the audio and we could pot upa mike here and she could come through
on the laptop. On the laptop, yeah, let me mute. Yeah.
Wait, yeah talking, she can'thear us. I can't wait.

(49:04):
Yeah, I have to. I'dhave to unmute us too. Okay,
now can you hear us? It'sgonna be delayed. Yeah, I can
hear if you're talking right now.The answer is no, we are talking
now. No, I see yourmouth moving on zoom. You don't hear
you? Now? Wait do youhave your computer turned up? Dude?
This is a mess. I justdid a can you guys hear me when

(49:28):
you hear you? Yeah? Idid a lap around like the floor,
and again, same thing as yesterday. Everybody just kind of peeking their heads
out of the studio and everyone's like, we're all down. We don't No.
Again, I can't hear anything you'resaying. It doesn't make any sense.
But maybe Alan could call you onteams from Oh my god, how

(49:52):
do I even do that? Teamslike auto boots on this computer and I.
But then she'd have to have teamson her. Yeah, go to
zoom the website, Yeah, andthen send her a zoom through email and
we'll put it through there. Howdo you even do that? And I

(50:13):
can't switch to her though, right? Hello? Yeah, okay, I
have no idea if this same thingis going to happen again, but everyone
else is like, all the stationshere are going through it again. Okay,
Well we're right. I heard yousay, Bill. I think it
was around this time yesterday. Itwas. It was like that to the
last from two into three when ithappened yesterday too. So wow, I

(50:37):
don't know what's going on, butI think it's those big spiders. I
think you're in the board. They'rein the board into the wheatstone. But
yeah, I can you did youguys hear clicks and pops, because that's
where we heard yesterday. It's happeningright now too, and that's why I
was like, you'll be back.That's how it started yesterday too, And

(50:58):
then the board froze and then thelittle red error signs come on. So
market number one babe, New YorkCity, headquarters of the company. Yeah,
how do you like that I sentanother email where it's like, hey
guys, and something like this happens, I need to be on the email
list, so I know if thestudios don't work. Yeah, that's right,

(51:22):
what the hell? So yeah,this should uh, I would think
on the list. Yeah, Iwould think that that would be a bit
of a priority, right, becauseI'd wager that you're the only person there
in the situation you're in. Yeah, nobody else that I know of it,
right, They don't have other peoplein production studios. Do There's nobody
else like doing their show to Dallasor something, you know, voice trackers,

(51:45):
but not people who are doing thatlive. Yeah. Right, Well,
this company often forgets that they havelive radio going on sometimes. So
man Lie from New York City.So you mentioned yesterday when this happened.
What other people doing their shows justleft? Yeah, they just told everybody
to go home. Yeah. Whatthey do just play music. Yeah,

(52:06):
because what the problem is it's inI don't know what Wheatstone is. Well,
it's these boards, I mean that'sthe Yeah, it's these boards rather
than being rather than all of thecomponents, like we were at oak Tree,
everything kind of being hard patched intopatchboards and things, which is the
way they were for a long longtime. Everything now is software based,

(52:27):
which makes it a lot more flexibleand more versatile. And more versatile,
I can dial you up in NewYork, I can dial up another studio.
But the flip side of that isif there's a software issue, if
there is a place right there's anoutage, and it's like, get locked
in your Tesla because a software updatedidn't happen. So you told me to
take off around four because it waslike two full segments where nothing was happening.

(52:50):
Yeah, I was like, youdon't have to hang around there when
there's nothing. So I went tothe Z one hundred. I'm friends with
one of the girls on the onair there, and I gave her my
phone number and I was like,hey, well no for you. Let
me know what they come up with, like if they tell you guys what
happened, or if you go backonline or whatever whatever. And she texts
me at like six forty and waslike, they just told us all to

(53:12):
go home. And then Josh,the guy who was working on my board
in here earlier today said that everythingwas off until eleven o'clock yesterday. Yeah,
that they didn't even get the problemfixed until eleven PM, and then
they still sent everybody home because they'relike, don't touch it, like,
le let us work through the nightto get everything where it needs to go.

(53:34):
Maxwell and Crystal are on now atSee one hundred. Crystal's the girl.
She's very sweet, she's funny.Were you on the show yet?
Bill when we had the gas leakat Oak Tree? Oh? And I
left? Yeah, I was not. I was not okay, but yeah
the first show. Yeah, butthey're like, hey, where the hell
go? Yeah, well, becauseit was I didn't know everything, you

(53:55):
know, that kind of stuff.Anytime there's an alarm out there, I'm
like, oh, it's a goingto be a false alarm, so I
don't leave the room. But yeah, i'd only been in Cleveland a couple
of years, and I'm doing theshow and it's like maybe the last hour
of the show and a couple ofand there's this commotion out in the hallway
and there's an alarm. I don'teven know if there was an alarm,

(54:15):
but there's some kind of commotion andI see people like walking out and leaving
them like, well, I gota show to do it. Engineers come
in. They go, everybody's gotto leave the building. I go,
bro, I'm I kind of hadmy hackles up. I said, I'm
doing a show here, and hegoes, everybody's got to get out.
There's a gas leak, blah blahblah, something along those lines. I
go, fine, So I playlike a I don't know if I played

(54:38):
a best of or if I playedWe said these backup CDs of MMS music
that would just go in one ofthe decks, and I left. I
didn't know they meant hangout outside,like when somebody pulls a fire alarm during
finals at the door. Yeah,and everybody's stand outside in the in the
robe. So I left and thensas Keith calls me on the phone and

(54:59):
I'm I'm like, I was inlike the I don't know. I was
in a dressing room or something,trying on pant. He goes, hey,
where are you. I'm like,I'm gone. Oh, I was
back in the building. I go, okay, Well, I don't know
what you want me to do.Said everybody leave Mary. So I left.
She's gone again. All right,Well here today, gone tomorrow.

(55:21):
Let me see in the when wego to break this time I'm going to
see if there's a way that Ican take the sound from my computer and
send it to the board, likeif there's an is there is there an
input that I can plug into.Yeah, of course for a laptop or
something goes into what we call theworld feed panel. Yes, it could

(55:43):
go into that, and yeah wecan. We can do that and try
uh, I mean she'll I don'tknow if she'll be able to hear us
or not, but we can tryit. We can try it. I
know it'll make you feel better.Hey, gay Lord, Hey, Hey,
how's everybody doing. We might notbe able to hear Mary Bill,

(56:04):
but we can hear Gaylord. Therewe can. Yeah, yeah, yeah,
yeah, Hey, I missed hearingMary's voice Sarah a little bit.
She kind of faded down on us. Yeah, our little Cleveland icon,

(56:25):
our little female comedian, and rightalongside of mister Squire. I just love
you too, And of course,mister tuck Y. Where are the three

(56:46):
When ares the three of you goingto be back on stage again? Seven?
I think, yeah, we've gotthe next show event planned good.
Yeah, I don't know. We'reall spread out now. Yeah, you
know, I'll be out in Madisonthis week. I know that's the opposite

(57:06):
way. I was just an amherstout your way a couple of weeks ago.
Oh man, yeah, I meanI'm always doing stuff. I'm always
doing stuff all over northeast Ohio.Is there somewhere central that Gaylord could go
to see where your shows might be? Oh? Bill squire dot com,
that's where they're all listed. Okay, out fit that and mister Cox,

(57:34):
when and where can you be seen? Uh? I'm out all weekend doing
spots around the Portage Lakes area,gay Lord. I'm getting people qualified.
We're giving away a trip to Hawaii, and so I have there's mayor so
then I have. I have abunch of appearances Saturday and Sunday out in

(58:00):
the Portage Lakes area. Mary,if you're there, say the N word.
No, we can hear hello,miss oh your timing is impeccable.
Mary. When she's like and hearme, am I coming through? Can
you yeah? Okay? Well,now I don't know when everybody is going

(58:23):
to be on stage again, Gaylord, I don't know. It'll be at
the Gaylord Memorial concert. That's whenwe'll all be on stage. Oh yeah,
I love three of you all togetheron stage, like uh you did
when I saw uh at the Uhoh god, what what the heck was

(58:49):
the name of that place? Idon't know, But let's talk it out
and see if we can arrive ata conclusion. I was up putting the
nosebie section of that that comedy.Is that what you're talking about? Uh
could have been with my pulp.I think he was with you guys.
Okay, it was a long timeago, but yeah, maybe ye if

(59:13):
there's a polp. Yeah, along time ago. Yeah, of course.
Uh. You guys all were upthere on stage and did your your
little uh skits and that there.But oh, Gaylord, you're cutting out,

(59:37):
buddy, I'm so sorry I haveyou're cutting out, boy, So
many everybody's cutting out today. Mary'scutting out, Gaylord's cutting out. Kind
of funny. While you guys canstill hear me. I want to get
this anecdote in before it freezes again. They're telling everybody not to talk if
you're in the studio, like,if you aren't sure if you're connected,

(59:58):
to leave the studio because if likeyour board is frozen but your mic is
still on. Oh yeah, Andthey're like, if you like, if
you are unsure walk out something.Yes, you start saying. Rule number
one of broadcasting is always assumed there'sa live mic somewhere, because like,
right now, my board says thatmy mic is off, like the button

(01:00:19):
it's I mean, I can't changeit. If I try to click on,
I try to click off, nothingchanges on the screen. Yeah,
right now it says that it's off, and none of my levels are coming
through on my microphone. But whenI made that, when I was like,
and you guys were like, Ihear you, I was like,
oh so, I'm like, they'retrying to cover their ass to make sure
nobody is like, well, whichis a good thing to do. I
mean, you know, hey,just be care you know. Yeah,

(01:00:40):
technically right now, if anybody walkedin, they would think that everything's down
in here because nothing's showing up rightfor whatever reason. And she's gone,
yeah, all right, test againAlan when she couldn't hear you, guys,
she should have done her bill andAllen voiced it was she goes,

(01:01:04):
oh, now, well, listen, technical difficulties are a thing. What
do you want? But that's prettywild that two days in a row they're
having the exact same meltdown issue ifthat's what's going on. Especially, and
again, I don't know how bigtheir engineering team is, but I'm sure
it's a few people. It's NewYork, even the internets, and they
were in there all night. Yeah, one of those dudes probably drew the

(01:01:30):
short straw to come back and helpher out at the top of the show.
But you know, I'm sure thesalespeople there in New York are pulling
their hair out too. Yeah,but the stations are still on the air,
that's the thing. It's just theycan't get you know, like the
music and everything will run, thestation will run. It's just that if

(01:01:51):
you're somebody trying to do a show, that's going to be very, very
frustrating for them to do that becausethey're not driving twenty minutes to get to
work. You know, they're drivingin from the Bronx. Yes, they're
driving in from Queens like Mary.You know, Oh whatever, good for
them, and thank you, gayLord. I don't know what show he's

(01:02:13):
talking about, but no, I'mgonna be out Portage Lakes area all this
weekend and then I'm going driving frommy Sunday appearance straight home to Chicago because
my dad's anniversary mass is at sevenam Monday morning. That's redundant, but
seven am Monday, so we areoff Monday. FYI, while I'm thinking

(01:02:35):
about it, do you have themMary potted up? I do have her
potted yep, so if she talks, we'll hear her. But even before
she cut out again, you couldhear the pops and the whatevers. Yeah,
El and I work in a largehospital system and we had a lot
of phone outages with cell phone district. Yeah. So again, I don't
know if it's it could be hackers, it could be just generic software issues.

(01:03:01):
I don't know, network issues.This all started happening when they announced
the iHeartRadio Festival. Is that whatit was? Probably related? I don't
know. Wait in a good wayor a bad way, like they announced
it and then everybody there's so muchhype over there. I see people want

(01:03:22):
to see Shaboozi. Yeah, Shaboozieand the Black Crow. I got a
trip later on, Yeah, Igot a trip for somebody to go to
the iHeartRadio Music Festival. So let'sironically, let's hope your phone works.
Then good grief. Yeah, Sosun unleashes giant plasma plume yesterday. Earth

(01:03:53):
braces for glancing blow solar storm tohit on Tuesday. So again I'm no
uh, I'm no astrophysicist, butI would bet anything that that's probably got
something to do with it, youknow, geomagnetic storm that's just that can
has the potential to mess up allkinds of things. Okay, So being

(01:04:15):
called an audio eight crime by OhioQuilter magazine wasn't our proudest moment on MS.
You Concern, No, Dakuda sucha wonderful place, you Dick Concern.
It's the Queen City. It's verynass place. Mary can't hear anything.

(01:04:43):
We're playing through the over the air. She can't hear she can hear
us, hear us. We've hada jury rig Mary over the laptop because
they're still having a melt down.Good if you ever played Have you ever
played Dickinson, North Dakota, No, I think I have. Actually,

(01:05:04):
it's not far from a bad LandsNational Park there. I was reading a
story about three brothers twelve, nineand eleven who were hiking. Dickinson is
not far from where they were,and the boys guy is going to work,
and they discovered a t rex fossilleagine you're a kid. Even if

(01:05:27):
you're not into dream coms, Ohmy god, even if you're not into
dinosaurs, from that day on you'relike, oh, I'm into Harry Potter
or whatever, you know, Butfrom that day forward, you're like gonna
be a dinosaur kid. They discoveredthe rare t rex, a juvenile t
rex, and they knew that becauseit was making fart noises and have both
of its middle fingers up nice whenthey found it. But a juvenile t

(01:05:50):
rex outside of North Dakota bad Lands. These three kids found it. Then
of course they call in the paleontologists. But I mean, imagine you're a
kid and they're like, hey,I think we found something just hiking,
you know, you're with your dadand find a t rex fossil. Let
me be sure. I've never foundanything cool, you know, like you

(01:06:12):
used to find stuff. There's thisshow. I don't think it's on anymore,
but Gwen and I used to watchit. It's called Found, and
it's this show about people all overthe country who think they found something in
their yard they were digging, oryou know, something not necessarily in the
yard, just anywhere, right,they found something that they think and you

(01:06:35):
can tell just by the look intheir eyes they're praying it's valuable. Right.
All these people are like, wegot to get somebody out here.
And so the show has various expertswho will go on the road and go
it's kind of like Antique's Road Show. But they come to you and it's
not something you found in your garage. It's something that you unearthed somewhere,

(01:06:56):
and it's a guy like, oh, I found this coin in my back
yard and listen, this is theUnited States. So it's not a coin
that's going to go back, youknow, three thousand years. It's not
still like some piece of Roman artillerythat you found or whatever. And invariably,
once they get the experts on thecase, the guys like, you

(01:07:18):
know, because they ask them,they really lead them. They go,
what do you think this is?What do you hope that this is?
And this person be like, well, it was pretty deep and it looks
pretty old. I'm hoping that.They always say, I'm hoping that this
is going to be worth something,and then the expert looks at it and

(01:07:39):
at the end of the episode they'relike, well, this is a button
from nineteen eighty two, and thesepeople are just just so dejected because they
got that lottery mentality that Mary talksabout all the time. Oh yeah,
I'm gonna hit it. I'm gonnawin. This button is my key.

(01:08:01):
Yeah, that's exactly what it is. And I don't know that I've seen
and I haven't seen every single oneof the episodes, but I don't know
that I've seen one when they foundsomething that was legitimately old. You know,
some guys like, well, Igot forty acres in North Dakota,
because what you're gonna find in thiscountry is like Native American relics, you

(01:08:24):
know, for the most part anyway, and it never pans out for these
people. They're like, I'm hopingit's maybe I don't know, you know,
I'm hoping it's maybe really old andvaluable, because it looks like it
could be. We don't know,to the untrained eye, if you were
to dig something up, you know, if you ever unearthed something as a

(01:08:45):
kid you were out playing, youknow. I remember we found an old
washing machine that was like all rustedout in the woods behind our house,
and we were so excited and wewent and got our parents. We didn't
know what it was because it wasreally old. So it was just like
this barrel and we're like, Ithink it's a plane. Oh it wasn't
the whole thing. Yeah, welike we thought it was like a crash

(01:09:08):
plane, right, and so likecome check it out. And they get
out there like yeah, it's anold washing machine and we're like, okay,
it's kind of weird to find outthere. But it was like we
were like, we think we founda wrecked plane. Yeah, it's so
cool. If you just saw awashing machine barrel, you would know what
it was. Yeah, hey,this is from this is from now.

(01:09:30):
You know, people are finding aplane pieces all the time in their yards.
They go, hey is this Yeah, it's a door from a you
know, it's not even a thinganymore. They're not even that eye while
they're on the plane. Yeah,hey did you unearth the ceiling fell down,
a piece of the fuselage came apart. It's important. But yeah,

(01:09:57):
those shows, boy, because youknow, it's for one thing if you
were to find something in the ground, and you know, it's one thing
if you find a coin or ifyou find something that looks old. But
there's other people who have unearthed likefigurines and obviously, the longer something's in
the ground, the older it's gonnalook. And even as you're watching the

(01:10:18):
show, you're hoping for them thatit's something really old and unique. And
the experts come in and they've gota guy who can, you know,
decipher old parchments, and there's anotherguy that deals with antiquities and statues,
and they take it to him.What do you think this is? It's

(01:10:40):
television. So they're building it upand at the end, you know,
because it does it looks like itcould have been this long buried sculpture from
some past civilization. And they lookat it and they go, well,
we traced it back to this waspart of a box of cracker jacks from
nineteen fifty one. And the guy'slike, oh, I'm older than that.

(01:11:05):
These aren't young people who are onthis show is like old grizzled guys
in their back forty. He's like, I'm oldered you God damn it,
what are you gonna do? Thesekids found a t Rex fossil and they're
gonna have to turn that over.It belongs in a museum. That's exciting

(01:11:25):
for them. Hey, guys,Brendan hate the show. I think you
guys are missing the funniest part here. You have the cellulite hanging in the
pubic hair is great, but listento the way he enunciates the word.
Yeah, it's that the pubic ha. I just I could not stop laughing
at that. Anyway, love mehate the show, guys, have a

(01:11:47):
great day by h people love thatclip. Played the video yesterday of the
I don't know. I think itwas just a local activist or something in
Houston. I don't know if he'sa elected official or anything, but this
of this girl elementary school teacher inHouston who posted a video of her in
a classroom showing her boobies pulling downher pants, Like, yeah, the

(01:12:11):
whole bit man right there in theclass and the guy was just beside himself.
But oh you could see what cellyou light hanging in pubic hair?
Cellu lighting Pubicare you have to Mary? Can't hear that? You weren't here
for that part of the show yesterdayeither? Oh God, she was gone

(01:12:33):
and she can't hear it now,can't hear the recap? She just hears
us. I gotta narrate everything.I'm terrified because I'm like, did the
internet go out too, because youguys are all talking and then it goes
completely silent, and I'm like,either they're listening to something that I can't
hear. Yeah, we got tokind of adjust and he had just conversational

(01:12:54):
no audio if we're going to keepmarry, including well, I mean,
I'm sorry, I can't not playmy funny little clips. I can't play
my funny funnies. I can't whatBut then she talks over because she doesn't
know, she doesn't know we're doingit. Yeah, yeah, squirt hanging
and pubic he Yeah, coconut squirtmilk hanging, cellu light and pubic hair

(01:13:18):
cellulight and you could see what cellullight hanging in pubic cab. Yeah,
that poor guy. But they blurredher out. So I'm curious what this
guy saw because the video we sawit was all blurred out, was all
censored, so he must have seenthat. I think he went to her
actually only like her only fans,and watched the video. He was not

(01:13:38):
her only fans, because I think, yeah, it was on her only
fans, that's where they got thevideo from. And I think that's what
like he studied it because he washe was going like he was giving like
a play by play, like itwas a Zapruder film. But he's just
like, yeah, and then thisuh had at three seconds and forty four
milliseconds, you see the cellulate hangingand the pubic hair cell you in pubic

(01:14:02):
hair. Oh you could see afull classroom. No, no, no,
there was nobody else in there,but it was. It was pretty
intense, man. I mean whetherit was after hours or before hours,
because it looked like the room waslit like daylight. She had to have

(01:14:24):
it on at six am. Yeah, but also okay, right, well,
No, what I'm saying is Idon't mean that. I mean she
had she had to think, Oh, nobody's gonna walk in here. The
door's locked. She probably had theforesight to do that at least. But
other than that, like, don'telementary school doors have windows? Yeah?

(01:14:48):
Usually, I mean school doors havewindows. I'm fascinated by it. It's
so brazen. You don't get touse that word as much as you'd like.
So brazen and degregious this woman.I wonder if that really bumped up
her only fans though, because everybody'sgot a kink might not even rise to

(01:15:10):
the level of a kink. Everybody'sgot something they like, and she killed
two birds with one stone. There'sguys that are like, I'm tired of
zipping through OnlyFans and nazeeing cellulite inpubic hair? Why do I have to
subscribe to one girl for the celluliteand another girl for the pubic hair.
If only there was one girl,they could satisfy both my cellulite and pubic

(01:15:36):
hair lusts. And here she isteacher in Houston. Boy, they're wild
in inn h Town, aren't they. Your sister's still living there. Yeah,
she's moving back soon though. Yeah, all right, I think they're
I think they're in the process honestly. Now do they know that they're leaving

(01:15:57):
the land of cellulite and people?I mean, listen, they're going to
Toledo. There's gonna be plenty ofYeah, that's right. I keep thinking
that coming back here. But theyare going to Toledo. Aren't the Toledo
Bowling Green Air? The Glass City? Isn't that what Toledo is? Mary?
You lived there? Yep, theGlass City? When that man,
I don't remember who's saying it,that Rax City Tiger, maybe Rack City,

(01:16:18):
bitch, Rack Rack City bitch.You know that's on I do not.
I think it's by Tiger or tyDolla sign. I get those two
confused. But everyone in Toledo wouldsing, uh, Glass City bitch,
Glass Glass City bitch instead of RackCity. Oh she can't hear me play
it anyway, it was Tiger rackCity. Yeah, is he the dude?

(01:16:41):
Didn't he leave any one of theKardashians or one of the Jenners.
Didn't he have a kid with KylieJenner? Tiger? I thought I thought
she was one of his baby daddies, maybe the only one. I don't
know. I don't know anything aboutit, Tiger. It was a Tuesday
press. Builton might be able tohelp you out, but Wednesday. So
I don't know nothing. Nothing aboutthem celebs. She's with Travis Scott now.

(01:17:04):
But I thought she had a kidwith Tiger because it's not Tiger.
Normally you'd go by Tiger, butyou gotta be cool because you're an artist
and so you're gonna beat Tiger.Tiger was seen getting close with Jenner at
her seventeenth birthday party. Days later, he ended his relationship with Black China,

(01:17:28):
his fiance and the mother of hisson When Kylie Jenner turned eighteen,
she and Tiger made their relationship official. Ah, well there you go.
Wasn't Black China with Rob Kardash Yesshe was. Oh it's one big,
happy, horny, gooey family.How about that? So that's ten years

(01:17:54):
ago she was seventeen. How olddoes that make her? Now? There's
no way to know. Thirty four? Wow? Thirty four all right?
And Travis Scott was to do whereall those people got killed in his show?
Right? Uh? He did.I don't think it's like a lot
of people like that one. Ithink one person that people got crushed rushed?

(01:18:15):
Yeah, yeah, trampling. Yeahright, you're not that different.
Yeah, no, that's more fun. You definitely don't want that at an
event of yours. No, whenyou go hey, how's it? You
know, you go backstage, you'retalking to people, maybe in between songs
or sets. How's it going backthere? If you hear the word trampled,
man, that's not good. Whoknows from Cincinnati that's not good?

(01:18:38):
Pearl Jam knows. There's this unfortunatefraternity of bands where people have been killed
at their shows. You know,Pearl Jam had that show in Denmark a
long time Ago, the Who inCincinnati, the Stones at Altamont, and
the Hell's Angels stabbed those people,and I mean even some unlikely candidates.

(01:19:01):
You know those bands. You go, oh, yeah, that makes sense.
I mean, you know, sometimesyou're gonna get some rough trade.
But you know, we mentioned beforeKenny G sixty eight today. He did
a show in Jersey a few yearsago. Is a Kenny G show regular
show. Sixty seven people died.It was crazy, trampled everybody trying to

(01:19:27):
get to the front of the stage. Soccer moms and the like. They
wanted to hear Songbird and they wantedto hear it up front. They're like,
how am I going to enjoy midnightmotion back on the lawn. I'm
not gonna. So he's part ofthat unfortunate fraternity too. Sixty seven people

(01:19:48):
killed at a Kenny G show inNew Jersey. Terrible, terrible, slippery
because they're also turned out. They'rein a froth. Yeah, they're all
in a froth. Can't help man, Yeah, it really is. You

(01:20:09):
call me a spit valve. Trampledthat day, spit valve. Yeah,
Well, anyway, Kylie Jenna andJenna Jenna Tiger Kylie Jenna, Kylie Jenna
and Tiger. Yeah. Boy,it was so funny when like everybody was

(01:20:31):
giving her a hard time for sayingshe was a self made billionaire. Right.
It was on the Forbes magazine afew years back, and they were
like, well, Kylie Jenner isa billionaire on paper because she's got this
uh makeup line and whatever. Andof course they were digging into it because
nobody want nobody wanted to believe thatKylie Jenner could be a billionaire. So

(01:21:00):
the whole youngest self made thing,that's silly because she came from money,
so that's silly. But all thosepeople who do come from money for whatever
reason, they want people to thinkthat they built it all themselves. I
don't know what where that comes from. You know, Zuckerberg, money from
my parents. I just Elon Musk, super wealthy family, all these people,

(01:21:20):
you know people, I don't thinkthey understand that other people don't have
this advantage, but they do.I don't think they do. I don't
know that that line about Trump yearsago, he's like, oh, I
did it all myself. I justgot a small million dollar loan from my
dad. People know that regular peoplearen't getting million dollar loans from their parents.

(01:21:42):
But they also don't look at regularpeople as people that should succeed anyway.
Well, plenty of there's more regularpeople who've succeeded than you know,
right, But but their point ofview is, you know, they still
did work, so they're like,well, it was really hard. I
couldn't done you know. So Ithink I think they just have a really
skewed view of reality because they don'teven realize how many advantages they actually have.

(01:22:06):
I guess. So, I mean, it's it's gotta be like I
I it's like when we talk aboutwhite privilege and people like I don't feel
any privilege, but they don't evenunderstand what privileges there that they have because
they're not experiencing what black people aregoing well, And it's the same thing
with wealth. With but people knowif they're rich or not, right,

(01:22:27):
but they don't know of life withoutmoney, so everything still seems hard to
them because they still had to asktheir dad for money or whatever. They
still had to do some work,so they're like, well, this is
just still really hard. I feellike that, I guess. I mean,
at the point, but definition ofprivilege is not knowing that you have
it right. But if you butif you were to say, if somebody

(01:22:48):
goes I don't, I don't gettreated you know, have you do you
think you would get treated the sameas a black guy in a similar situation,
And if most people are being honest, they would have to say yes.
And so that to me is apretty cut and dried example of how
you could explain it to somebody.But to go, I'm a self like

(01:23:09):
I think of Mark Cuban. Okay, Mark Cuban is a self made guy.
He wasn't rich his dad. He'sfrom Pittsburgh, right, so by
running to Mark Cuban every so often, Mark Cuban got rich at the right
time because he was the guy thatfigured out how to stream audio on the
internet. But he was a kidwho grew up like he started a lawnmowing

(01:23:32):
business and he sold garbage bags doorto door and that kind of stuff.
He was running advertisements in local news, you know, in the Post Gazette
and the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Andhe went to college. And Mark Cuban
is a guy to me who isa self made guy because he's a smart
dude and saw opportunities and knew howto do things. He's not alone.

(01:23:54):
There's plenty of people like that.But anybody who talks about I got some
seed money from my parents, ifany of us had gone to our parents
and said, I just need ahalf a million dollars in seed money mom
and dad, they would have beenlike, well, good luck with that,
or start knocking on doors. Ain'tgetting it here, dad. My

(01:24:15):
dad owed me money when he died. Like, that's not even a thought
to be able to ask my parentsfor that, you know, right,
It's like, I think it mightbe Neil Brennan's joke. He's like,
if you can ask your parents,No, it's just somebody's joke. They
just did it. If you canask your parents for money, you're not
broke. The joke is like,I was just getting ready to call you

(01:24:36):
and borrow money from you. Itmight be Neil Brennan. I'm not sure.
But you know, people who don'thave money they know that they have
money, and people who do havemoney know they have money. I know
they're operating in the same circles asother people with money, but they know
that they are apart from the ravel. They know that maybe in their little

(01:24:59):
group of people, they go oh, I did it myself. You got
ten million dollars from your parents.I only got one million dollars. And
they never talked about the things thatdidn't work out either. So the you
know, Kylie Jenner made all thismoney, it is worth a billion dollars,
but well, you know there's otherthings that she probably tried to do

(01:25:19):
that didn't work out. But youget so many opportunities because you have so
much money. It's not like aone and done situation. It's not like
you put everything that you ever madeinto the situation and then if it doesn't
work out, you're finished. Shelike a do or diety thing. Yeah,
I met Alan, I gave himmarijuana. Oh great, to the

(01:25:42):
Allen Cock Show on one WUMMS.But now, I mean Dano's in Porters
Lake right now. Aren't you doingan appearance here soon? Why? Yes,
thank you for asking. You goto WMMS dot com, by the
way, and all the details willbe there for you. But I we've
got a couple of spots on SaturdaySunday. I'm going to be at Dano's

(01:26:04):
Saturday. I'm going to be atthe ramp from three to four and then
the sandbar from four thirty to fivethirty, and there's a couple of appearances
later in the month too. We'redoing the finals of this on the twenty
ninth of this month. That's goingto be at the Upper Deck Bar and
Grill, and we're going to haveforty people in all, provided everybody shows

(01:26:26):
up. You know, that's thething with these kinds of events. When
you rely on everybody who qualified toshow up, you're usually not going to
get the full bug. So we'regoing to end up with forty qualifiers and
then one of you will win thattrip to Hawaii. So I'm excited to
try to get you there. GuardiansBaseball tonight, by the way, shout

(01:26:47):
out to our own Bill Squire,who if you're watching the live stream,
you'll notice he's wearing the jersey ofWhite Sox legend Jim Tomey, which I
take as a I take as apersonal personal comfort and compliment. But the
Guardians over the Royals last night eightto five was the final, and so

(01:27:09):
they're hoping, obviously to do itagain tonight. It's the second of three,
provided that the weather can hold out. I don't know what's going on
out there now, but all ofthe fore casts have been little murky.
So we'll roll out around six ohfive. That's your pregame, first pitch
set for six forty and then they'llwrap that series tomorrow afternoon. They'll head

(01:27:32):
to Miami to play the Marlins.For the weekend, they'll come back up
play the Reds, go back upeven further to play Toronto, and then
mid month they'll be back to hostthe Mariners. So we have Mary on
the laptop still. Yeah you guyshear me, Yep, we do,
hear you. Another meltdown there withthe engineer. Did he's zero in specifically

(01:27:59):
what was going on? It wasundeniably a software thing. It's a software
thing, it said. Yeah,that's all he said. And I mean
you were you heard him when weasked him if there's anything we can do.
And so it's just like this,you see it on your face.
So far from my deal. It'snot even funny. And I'm sitting here

(01:28:20):
like are my dreams worth it?Like? Are my dream your dreams are
always worth it? Am I doingin this goddamn city? Are my dreams
worth it? Because you're on alaptop Because of everything, nothing is easy,
nothing is easy, nothing good comeseasy. Baby, you know this,

(01:28:41):
you know this, I know youwant it easy. Yes, nobody
moves to New York so to geteasier. I understand that. I understand
that. Actually no, I don'tbecause I didn't how I mean ultimately or
did you know it's more expensive there? I did not know that. I
didn't know was expensive. I didn'tknow the parking was hard to find.

(01:29:01):
No, I'm saying that the movehere was so that things eventually are easier.
But like, this is just putyou in there six months? What
is event what's the schedule of eventually? I don't I can't pick when whoever
is supposed to see me, sezeme. Well, that's what I'm saying.
What what the Why you mad now? I'm mad now because I can't

(01:29:23):
hear you well and it sounds likecrap on my end and the friggin I
can't hear anything you play. Ican't hear any of the commercials. I
don't know what's going I understand.It's frustrating. I understand, But the
end result is that the audience hearsall of us, Right, I understand
that, but it doesn't make itany less annoying. Oh, I got
an engineer coming in here. Holdon, I'll be right back up.

(01:29:45):
Bi. All right, she's likejumping on these guys as they're walking by
you. Let's see what happened.We are experiencing technical difficult I guess we're
not. We've you just keep goingand then there's hey, listen, we
adapted and Bill figured the thing outand got her on the air. We

(01:30:08):
have to there's always something going on. If it's not on this end,
it's on the other end. Thiscompany should be smooching our little bean bags.
This kind of stuff keeping the productrunning. Man, Well, all
right, the Browns I saw extendedStefanski and what's his name's contracts. Mary

(01:30:34):
says, try the board again,Try the board again. I've got her
poted up, so if I don'thear her, she's I'll disconnect quickly and
then I'll reconnect and i'll see ifwe're there. Hello, Hello, And
she said never mind, nope,yeah, never mind, but I'll keep
her. If she ends up backon the mic, we'll hear her because

(01:30:56):
I'll keep her up on the thing. Here. You can reconnect to that
zoom meeting to Mary. If you'rejust preak going to hear us. Ellan
you won me a five dollars scratchoff because none of the young employees here
at dan O's had any clue thatyou would be here. Yeah. We

(01:31:17):
run into that all the time,and I can never figure out why that
is right, because we bring alot of people out when we go places,
right, but invariably, and alot of these establishments, one hand
doesn't talk to the other, andI never understand that. We'll get somewhere
and they'll be like, oh,you didn't know we were coming. No,

(01:31:41):
because there's signs all over told me. And it's not their fault.
Nobody told them. We've all workedretail and service industry. If nobody tells
you, you don't know. It'slike back in the day, in the
very early days. I'm sure Billcan attest doing stand up or something thing.
You know, there were places thatdidn't even know. There was one

(01:32:02):
guy who wanted to do comedy night, yeah, and didn't tell anybody else.
Right. Definitely had those moments youhad to go to these bars,
you know, if you couldn't geta spot on stage. You know,
I when I first started out,you stink when you're starting out. You
know, I'm not getting on stageat legitimate places. You're going to bars
and you're doing you know, allthat stuff. Everybody thinks open mics are

(01:32:25):
all at comedy clubs. They're not. Open mics are like at bars in
the corner of a restaurant in thebanquet room because one guy wanted to do
a comedy night and so on theone hand, you're like, that's great,
I'm glad you want to do that. You're not getting paid. On
the other hand, they don't tellanybody, you know, because a lot

(01:32:46):
of places have like multiple managers,and one guy goes, hey, we
should do this, and then somebodyset it up. That's your night,
set it up, so they do, but nobody else knows what you're talking
about. And I think it's evenlike more probably like more shocking with the
radio thing, because it's such abig promotion like there, but and it

(01:33:11):
just like slips through the cracks andpeople like, oh, we didn't know
you guys were coming. It happensall the time. Well we're here,
we're here, we are here,yep. At some lady last night losing
her mind at my show at Brother'sLounge because she seemed like she was out
of like wasted, and she wasjust talking so loud, and so I

(01:33:35):
like the rest of her group wasalso talking loud, but like every time
I talked to him like okay,we're sorry, but she just had just
from like the moment I asked herquiet like nicely, I was. I'm
always killing people with kindness. Whenit's a situation like this, I'm like,
hey, there's a show going on. If you don't want to watch
the show, She's in the roomher, yeah, we have you know,
there's the dining room in the frontwhere you can go and be as

(01:33:58):
loud as you want. But inthe show room when the show's going on
and there's forty other people trying toenjoy the show, we would appreciate if
you could keep your you know,tablem minimum don't talk. And she's like
all we're doing is talking. I'mlike, yes, but the whole point
is that you're not supposed to beand she was, and then like as
she's walking out, she's like ifyou like doing that whole time, and

(01:34:20):
I'm just like, hey, it'syour fault. I'm just trying to be
nice here. And like again,all her friends are like, yeah,
we get it, we get it, we get it. But she just
had such an attitude about being askedto be quiet. Well, it's interesting
because even somebody who hasn't had adrop doesn't realize how their voice carries.

(01:34:42):
So when somebody's drunk, there's noway they're going to modulate their voice properly,
right, And yeah, it's like, but it was just, Uh,
we're trying to live in a societyhere. It's because I asked you
something to Just because I asked youto do something doesn't mean I think you're
a terrible person. It doesn't meanI think you should be hit by a

(01:35:03):
car when you leave and walk outinto the street. Just being respectful to
the other people trying to enjoy theshow, because there's a lot of people
trying to enjoy the show. Andit was a good show, but it
was very disruptive to have these peopletalking at full value, people paying to
get in. No, it's afree show, okay, but it's also
you know, it's a Tuesday night'scommon courtesy. It's a common courtesy.

(01:35:24):
And and there's another room they cango in. It's not like we were
taking up the whole bar. We'rein the showroom. There is a dining
room that they could have said inand just enjoyed the and talked and it
wouldn't have been a problem. Soit was just weird that they wanted to
be where all the people were butdidn't want to participate in what was going

(01:35:45):
on in that room. It's justa really strange thing that people do where
they're just they walk into a performanceand act like the performance isn't happening,
which, well, free to enterI feel like also means free to leave
if you're not using anything right,you know what I mean, Like you
didn't pay forty bucks and get ababysitter and have dinner, like just go

(01:36:05):
right. And she could have justgone to the front of the bar and
sat there and she but she justgot so just This was an older lady.
No, she was probably in hermid thirties. Yeah, and she's
old. Yeah. Yeah. Shewas just really take it. She just
couldn't believe that I would ask herto keep her voice down while someone's on

(01:36:26):
stage performing. And again I didit with like yeah, hey, ma'am.
I'm like yeah, I didn't evencall her man because I feel like
that's a trigger for some people,just like hey, while the show's going
on, if if you could justkeep your voice down. And this is
not from the stage. This isthis is me like whispering to her.

(01:36:47):
Yeah, you a bitch, bythe way, you a bitch? Yeah,
huh, Well that's a real bummer. Well I wanted to play you
a call, but Mary's not goingto hear it. No. They the
the engineers are very sweaty and runningit running. I don't know if you

(01:37:12):
guys saw it on if it wasthe camera was still on me. A
guy came sprinting in here, laidon the ground and oh, hold on,
someone else is coming back in.I gotta watch this. Yeah,
I'm not seeing what's going on.Yeah, okay, did you need something?
What? Okay? She's like,because I need something? Right.
He came running in here, like, laid on the ground, fiddled around,

(01:37:35):
pulled a bunch of wires and goes, that should do it. And
then he gets up and runs outand like, everything on my board says
disconnected. And I went I waslike, was the point of that to
disconnect it? And he was likeyes, he just like went into the
next studio. Wow. So itlooks like they're manually disconnecting every single board
in this entire building. So you'rein New York market one. Right,

(01:37:57):
people in this business, it's theit's the right, it's what to what
a lot of people aspire market one, the crown jewel theoretically of this company.
How many engineers are running around?Four? Four engineers? Remember when
I first came to Cleveland, again, this is almost fifteen years ago,

(01:38:18):
we had like eight engineers. That'sthe way it was. That's the way
we you know, because it wasn'tsoftware. It was you were running around
if something was screwed up somebody hadsold or something or patch it or you
know. Now there's a couple ofengineers. Huh, they also have the
software guys. Yeah, because thoseare two different companies. Now there's engineers

(01:38:41):
that work for iHeart and then there'ssoftware people that work for the company.
N Yeah, we son you.That's why on the new boards in here,
you know, it makes me laughbecause we have a QR code on
the board and it says on airTech Support and that's it. That's that
goes even further to reminding me thatthey forget that there are live shows on

(01:39:08):
these stations. Because if you're doinga live show and something goes screwy,
I'm gonna call tech support on theair and then wait on hold while they
you know, you know, it'sone thing to be able to patch down
the line or something. It's onething to be a live show. But
when I tell when we go toanother city, like if Mary's in you
know, Austin, or like whenI'm in was in Cincinnati, Nashville,

(01:39:30):
and I tell them that we're doingan afternoon talk show, They're like,
what the yeah that and that it'sfour and a half hours a day live.
Yeah. Right, And they're like, oh, so you just like
track it or you do your segmentsand like, no, no, it's
long day, yeah, because that'swhat they're used to people tracking their shows.
And I'm like, no, it'slive. Oh okay, Like I'm

(01:39:54):
really bummed out that you're so surprisedby that. By the way, Oh
yeah, it's not the norm.That's right afternoon Drive, Yeah, that's
right. So yeah, on airtech support doesn't really you know, that's
for people who are not talking live. They're in there playing music or they've
already tracked their breaks or whatever,and they can be on hold with a

(01:40:15):
guy. But yeah, back inthe day, it was what Mary's dealing
with you engineer coming in and youknow, and they're always grumbling engineers,
and you can't blame them because likethere are audio engineers at radio stations are
always there's always as so much atthe worst times. Yes, nobody needs
it when things are going great andthey got to get out to the transmitter

(01:40:38):
site or there's a lot of it'sa lot of nonsense. So anytime,
I always try to treat the engineerswith great deference. And when you when
you had one or two of them, me, I treat them like that
lady at my show last night andyeah calling Adam, Hey, get the
hell out of here. Yeah,anytime I would see over the course of
my career, anytime is already station. And I saw air talent treating the

(01:41:03):
engineers poorly. I was like,what are you doing? Are you insane?
Because we're not engineers, you know. I remember the first couple of
years I was in radio, hada friend asked me if I could fix
his stereo, and I'm like,I don't know how it all works.
I'm in there to make with thehahas, you know. But I picked

(01:41:26):
over the year of course. Yeah, by osmosis, you will, that's
how we find ourselves in this situation, we're in correct. Call the Alan
Cox Show just die, you insufferableprick two want six five seven eight one
double oh seven or eight three foureight one double oh seven. Today is
the day that Ferris Bueller took off, by the way, June fifth,

(01:41:49):
Happy Ferris Bueller Day for those whoobserved great song from the English beat from
that movie. And of course,my good friend Alan Ruck was in town
a few weeks ago, the Prideof Parma, Ohio, Oh Rocker and
a more down to earth fellow.You'd be hard pressed to find your Cleveland

(01:42:13):
Guardians are in town tonight, hopingto do tonight what they did last night,
which is beat those Kansas City Royalseight to five. George Brett didn't
have a prayer last night. GuardiansRoyals. Tonight, six oh five is
when we will step aside for yourpregame coverage with Hammy and Rosie and the
whole Heathaw gang. And then sixforty is your first pitch, second of

(01:42:36):
three tonight. They'll finish the seriesin the afternoon tomorrow. I think the
odds are tomorrow is gonna be adouble header. Oh let's see, let's
take a quick look at the forecast. Probably good, look like rolling through
in the next hour or so.But I don't care because I'm gonna be

(01:42:57):
on the Cleveland Funny Bus. Baby. Yeah, and uh say again,
we get the weather. You guysare having like twelve hours later. So
it's thunderstorming is I don't know ifit started where you're at right now in
Cleveland, but it's scheduled to startaround four or five am here in New
York, which is just in timefor my flight to get the lady tomorrow

(01:43:17):
morning. Wow, everything coming upthere because you're supposed to be in here
with us tomorrow. Yeah, becauseI have uh well, even this is
I've had a great week. I'msupposed to have a gigs Friday and Saturday
in Michigan. And the Saturday giggot canceled. So where was that the
Davison one. No, No,the Davison one is Friday. That one
is happening, Okay, Saturday onewas in Columbus, Michigan. Yeah,

(01:43:42):
and it was. I should haveknown because it was just the money was
way too good for it to bea bar show, and they canceled it.
They canceled it yesterday. So andI'm like, this is this is
amazing. You're like, now you'resure your bar can pay me three thousand
dollars? You're sure of this?Pause. The guy who booked it was
like, hey, I'm really sorryto do this, you know, like

(01:44:03):
they double booked and there's nothing Ican do, and they're I'm trying to
get him to move around times andthey won't do it, blah blah blah,
and he goes, I can giveyou one hundred bucks out of my
pocket. I was like, keepyour money, dude, get double booked.
Yeah, a band, I guess, Oh, well, who is
the band flying in from New YorkCity? I think so? Actually yeah

(01:44:25):
no, but Bill Local Journey cover. I was gonna say, this is
the Black Keys has rescheduled. That'swhere they got bumped in Columbus, Michigan.
For the Black Kids, you gotbumped by Torn the greatest hits of
Creed Right. So yeah, I'vebeen a big week over here. Radio
doesn't work. Everything's coming up Mayoreverything's coming up mayor. Fluff flights are

(01:44:47):
probably gonna be delayed tomorrow morning.You know, shows are getting canceled.
Uh, The Lovely, the LovelyLeAnn Summers comes in here in the last
break. You know, she's doingher show over at WGAR when we're on
here and she comes in. Shegoes, hey, how do you work
the phones. I'm like, shegoes, no, No, I know

(01:45:09):
all that, and I go,well, that's that's all the information I
can give you. I thought youknew how to call out I do.
But I go, I said,I almost never do that, but here's
how you do it. And she'slike, yeah, I know that.
I go, well, then you'vedone all you can do having issues with
the I haven't had any issues withmy phones today. But it's not always
what's good for the goose is goodfor the gander. Who knows it's those

(01:45:30):
damn coronal ejections, ejaculations whatever theyare off of the sun. Yeah,
it's those geo storms. Gerard Butlertried to warn us about these, but
we wouldn't listen. The coconut milkejaculate or whatever. Yes, the coconut
milk, the hot lava squirts,and then the coconut milk squirts. If

(01:45:56):
only I still had Ai Neil deGrasseTyson to walk us through the whole thing.
But I don't think I have thatanymore. I have Tom Hanks to
walk us through the shoudy Allen.It's famous Cleveland native and film actor Tommy
you know who. Here's a hint. I was in volunteers with John Candy.
I'm sorry I didn't reach out sooner, but I've been busy celebrating Cody's
honor as the greatest sportscaster of alltime. Oh you know, I'll stop

(01:46:19):
it there because he's gonna make mesad. Hey, Jim, Hello,
Mary probably won't hear Jim on thephone either. You won't know, correct,
I cannot hear anything Ellen, Jim. Hi, Hi. I wanted
to chime in regarding what Bill wassaying about Brothers Lounge last night. That
woman was definitely way outline, andI wanted to thank him for basically telling

(01:46:45):
her off. Her was extremely obnoxiousand loud. Yeah, so what how
long had she been causing a problembefore you went over there? Bill,
You didn't jump down her throat.You probably gave her a little bit of
roll. When they first came in, they were They came in, guns
blazed in, just loud and solike before they even like really sat down,

(01:47:05):
I was like, Hey, we'vegot a show. Going on,
just please keep it down. Andhow many in this group? Four?
Okay? Four guns? No,No, it's two men, two women.
Oh okay. And it's a weirdgroup because like one of the women
was like way older. I don'tknow. I didn't get the dynamic of
it. But they were just hammeredand just so loud, and so I
asked him a couple of times.Uh, the bartender asked them a few

(01:47:28):
times, and they were just beingloud, and then they started eating.
When they're eating, they're being prettyquiet. Yeah. But they picked the
table in the middle of a wholeplace too. Yeah. Yeah. Oh,
so they weren't off to the sideby the bar. They were not
at all. Yeah. It wasvery obnoxious, and the one guy was
even louder than this woman. Iactually almost went over right before Bill did

(01:47:50):
because it was really annoying me.Wow. Yeah, that's a bomber.
Well, I certainly hope that theydidn't. I certainly hope Jim, they
didn't inhibit your ability to enjoy theshow. No, it was great.
In fact, the audience needs tocome come out and see these more as

(01:48:10):
well, because they're great. Bill. Thank you for putting these on.
Hey, thank you for coming outand supporting them. Appreciate it, all
right, thank you, Jim,all right? Thank you? Are you
singing boo boards? I was sayingCleveland comedy scenes on fire right now.
They're shooting a movie in town andthere's a Superman well that but another one

(01:48:36):
camera what it's called but Superman isMarshawn Lynch is in it apparently. And
so he went to one of theshows on Saturday night and you know Brian
Sturnick, Yeah, he used tobe on the Funny Bus. He's been
on the show before, and hewas losing his mind because he's like,
oh, I'm telling jokes for MarshawLynch and then marsha beast mode? Is
that that guy mode? Yeah?And he gets up it leaves halfway through

(01:48:58):
Brian's set. Brian's like, oh, Noia Lynch doesn't like me. But
he just took a call. Buthe's sure. He had nothing but glowing
things to say about the show thatthey do at Mahall's apartment on Saturday nights.
Yeah, so a lot of goodstuff going on and that. Yeah,
but it was just so funny becauseBrian left me like this three minute
long message that got cut off becausehe was so bumped that he got to

(01:49:19):
meet Marshaw Lynch. Oh he didn'tmeet him. Yeah, Oh okay,
Yeah, that guy's probably even biggerthan he looks. He's probably bigger in
person. Yeah, I think.I mean just his shoulders are just three
feet away. He's retired. Yeah, he's retired. Yeah, okay.
He's mostly just doing uh some sportstalk stuff and then like podcasts and and

(01:49:43):
you know, got a little bitof an acting career. Will Arnette had
him on Murderville, which was hisimprov cop show on Netflix, and that
was pretty fun. That was prettyfunny. He was in uh was it
Bottoms? I think so? Yeah, he was in that. He's making
the rounds. Yeah, he's inthis new movie. So his line ratings
are okay, like good enough?You know, Mary, did you see
Bill's Instagram? No? What's onit? Yeah? You did? What

(01:50:10):
you'd like? The photo? Whichone the one that I posted today?
Oh? Yeah, She's like,no, what now everything's coming up?
There? Is it something that's gonnamake me puke? Is it the bikini
content? What are we talking aboutnow? She always assumes the worst of
you. I do you think bothof Bill's existence? I assume is to

(01:50:35):
make me mad. No, that'swhy would I ask you about it?
What? Ever? Is that acomeback you worked out in your head ahead
of time? Yes, yeah,she's reading off printed notes. Two whatever,
Three, you're annoying. Four Ifhe says this, I'm gonna say

(01:50:56):
stop. He says this, yousuck ew So what was his picture Mary?
It was that he won the Cleveland'sFunniest in Cleveland Sea magazine Best Male
Comedian. Yeah, a good time. Who took who took Mary's crown?
Now she's no longer a female localfemale comedian. A comedian named Tabitha Jones

(01:51:18):
who was very, very funny.She just did the taping that we did
at Brother's Lounge a couple of weeksago, okay, and she's she's very
funny and she she crushes it inthe roast battles too. And Cleveland's one
of the official roast battle cities thatthey do, like these contests worldwide and
Cleveland officially is part of that syndicate. Now, how is that just because

(01:51:41):
because the people here are good enoughto make the cut or yeah, they
just it's you know, they theyproduce good roast battles and they have a
good uh you know, rivalry going. So it's it's pretty cool. Yeah,
that's Chris paun Jeremy shere that gotthat going. And Tabitha helps out
with that as well, and shewon and she's she's very funny. We
got a great scene soon say this. Yeah she does. By the way,

(01:52:03):
I just did get the word thatthey have canceled the Guardians game for
tonight. So okay, the doubleheader is not going to happen tomorrow.
It will happen on August the twentysixth, which is a Monday night.
It's also International Dog Day for anybodynow for a double header baseball game.

(01:52:23):
You could convert that into International HotDog Day if you are so inclined.
And for those listening on the iHeartRadioapp or trying to, I do appreciate
your persistence. They've been having troublewith the app today too, as that

(01:52:44):
is also a software application. Ohmy god. So AnyWho, boy,
so much big news between Bill Squireand the Guardians game getting postponed and the
Alancaxta won Best Radio show. Wecan gradual relations to us. Yep,
I'm sure there was amazing competition forthat. Let me guess it was US

(01:53:08):
and podcasts. No, oh yeah, the Morning Hang with Ryan Lang,
I believe came in second. Idon't know what that is that well,
it's The Morning Hang with Ryan Lane, all right. I know what it
is? Is that a show thatlike it tells people over and over again
to vote for them. I don'tknow. I don't listen to it.
I just know what it is.Yes, I know, all right,

(01:53:30):
US and Rover and that guy Roverdidn't even I didn't see them in the
top three. Oh okay, Well, any which goes to show how because
I mean, we all know thatRover does huge numbers here or so,
it's not like, well, andthat's the thing. That's why I never
mentioned it, Like, I'm nevergoing to ask anybody to vote because A
it was fun. Yes, ifthey want to, they will. And

(01:53:54):
you know, I've made my criticismsclear. It's always you know, they
put podcasts in the radio category,and you can't tell me that you can't
come up with two other radio showsin the entire Cleveland market besides US that
people would vote for. Maybe not, What the hell do I know.
I'm in a bubble man. Idon't listen to anything else. I don't
pay attention. I got my ownproblems. But if you did vote,

(01:54:15):
thank you. That's appreciated. Ilike the people are still enjoying things.
Well, I've got a lot offood news, and I know food news
doesn't necessarily scratch people where they itch. But you know what I've come to
learn, even me food Mary Universalheard that Universal. Yeah, the guy

(01:54:43):
who runs Costco was on an earningscall, the Q two earnings call,
and he said, hey, ayay, we ain't changing the price of
that hot dog. Speaking of hotdogs, they can't change, well,
beat them up are they doing?They'll murder somebody, right, the old
CEO said, I'll kill somebody,kill the next son of a bitch who

(01:55:04):
comes in here. No, butit wrapped up in the whole because listen,
every company's trying to make money moremoney, and the Costco dollar fifty
hot dog, they were dipping theirtoe into that publicly. Every so often
you'd hear word leak out there likeoh, maybe you won't raise the price,

(01:55:26):
and then you know, because mostpeople just need one thing that they
can hang on to, even somethingas stupid as a Costco hot dog,
they were all up in arms.And so this is the Q three earnings
call, and the CEO said,I just want to let everybody know the
dollar fifty hot dog price is notchanging. Good. Sorry, that's the

(01:55:50):
CFO of Costco, a guy namedGary Miller. Chip. I know was
gonna be Frank Kirkland or something.Yeah, so no, they're not changing
that. I have yet to havea Costco dog, but it's on my
list. I'm going to have aPolish boy. I'm going to have a

(01:56:10):
Costco hot dog, and I'm goingto I'm sure there'll be some other things,
mister hero. Yes, it's purelycoincidence that they're all food related.
And so he said that the dollarfifty price would remain in place for the

(01:56:32):
foreseeable future. Probably safe for awhile, is what the guy said.
Of course. Famously, the founderof Costco, Jim Costco, once said
if you raise the effing hot dog, I will kill you. Threatened somebody
else with death over that. Sothat won't change. Also, because people

(01:56:59):
do need things to get upset about, and they take it really really seriously.
Because what did I say, Mary, food is universal? Yes,
you did say that. People takeit very seriously when something about food they
like changes, And I was likethe I like how dramatic people get because
I don't know what these people's livesare. It might be the one thing

(01:57:21):
that brings them joy, but theyare still overly dramatic about it. So
when people started commenting about the factthat chips Ahoy changed their recipe and people
were called one person called it absolutelyshameful. It was shameful that chips a

(01:57:42):
Hoy changed their cookie recipe. Shameful. It is shameful, truly terrible,
awful and shameful. You know what, though, chips a Hoy, I
only like the chewy ones, thethousand ships delicious bro. Yeah, but
the like the regular, like bluepackage ones where they're all like those.
Those are probably my favorite cookie todip in milk. I've never had a

(01:58:05):
chips a Hooy. You never hada chips a Whoy. No, I'm
somebody who's never had a chips aHoy. You know what I'm gonna do
to me? I'm fine, I'mfine. I'm fine with the oreo.
I don't need you go up.And there's even if you like chips a
Hoy, there's fifty different kinds.Yeah, but just try the regular,

(01:58:29):
the original. I like the chewyI like the chewi. That's fine.
I'm not saying anybody shouldn't. I'mjust saying when people when they change the
recipe and people put finger to keyboardto call it shameful, a word that
really people like their cookies the waythey are, A word that really should
be reserved for something that is actuallyshameful, something that it would generate shame.

(01:58:53):
You're gonna bring a bunch stuff infor Alan to eat tomorrow, yeah,
Samulis, I'm gonna bring him.No, I'm not gonna eat any
of it. I'm not eating anyof in eleven am. No, I'm
not bringing a Roman burger a Polishboy. Come on, dude, what
else chips? Ahoy? What elsehas he said he's never had? So
I'm going to start the show withone giant gut bomb, no fan,
no, so fall asleep half anhour in each thing. You'll be fine.

(01:59:16):
Me and Bill will finish the rest, Yes we will. Okay,
all right, that's what you wantto do. But it seems like I'm
gonna take a bite and you guysare gonna eat the rest. You can
eat as much as you want,but you you know you, we know
you like your small portions. Ido well. I like reasonable portions and

(01:59:43):
kind of this is what's happening withthe ozempic thing. We talked about how
grocery stores and restaurants and things likethat have to adapt to ozempic nation because
people are eating less, and sothey're like, you know, the big
irony of ozempic is, they said, one of the side effects is more
sensitive taste buds. What a bummer. You take this drug to get you

(02:00:05):
to stop eating, turns out youcould taste everything way better. So anyway,
Chips a Hoy their improved recipe hasgot people flaming them online. They
go, look, all we didwas we changed our chocolate chips so they
would have a higher content, andthey changed the texture a little bit.

(02:00:30):
And what did people think? Shameful? Truly terrible. I won't be buying
ever again. Shameful. This shouldcause shame to them over there, Chips
a Hoy that they changed the cookieconsistency. Hey Diane, Hey, I

(02:01:00):
was just having a debate with someoneabout this. You were talking about the
chips the Hoy Chewy cookies, andI wanted to know. I know you
haven't tried some, but do youprefer the chewy chips a Hoy or the
Keebler soft Batch. Oh, Keelersoft Patch. Now what's the difference for
sure? Different companies? Yeah,no, I know that, Die,

(02:01:25):
whats the you're not You're not.You're not buying them because you're brand loyal.
You're buying them because you like onecookie over the other one. Yes,
one's made by elves and the otherone is made by soulless corporate heathens
who should be, according to thesepeople, ashamed of themselves shameful. Oh
what makes one better than the other? Just the flavor? I don't know

(02:01:50):
the consistency flavors, all right,extra, so you go, you go
with the Diane, you go withthe elves every time. Yeah, I'm
the I'm with you on the softbash. Yeah. Yeah, everyone I've
asked, that's the opposite. Ihaven't gotten any other people who prefer the
sock bats, me and you againstthe world. So, just out of

(02:02:12):
curiosity, how many people have youasked? Have you really been bugging your
friends with this question? Yeah?Wow, I've asked about probably twenty people
at this point. Twenty people.So her friends are like, oh Christ,
here comes Diane. You're gonna askabout the cookies again, I only
ask someone, oh, okay,now are you keeping? Are you keeping

(02:02:36):
like a spreadsheet or are you justtaking mental notes? Mental notes? I
don't need a spreadsheet because everyone hassaid that chips a howay chewy Okay,
I can't believe that. Now tellme, would you would you? Would
you think lesser of someone if theysaid what Bill said? Do you think

(02:02:56):
less of Bill? He's on myside? Yeah, yeah, yeah,
all right. I no longer havefriends. I had the friend everyone who
said the hoy, this is theone bit of Connectors issue she had with
her friends. Well, then,I guess we should celebrate your position now
as a new outsider in your friendgroup. Diane. Yes, if you

(02:03:19):
can't stand for something, you'll fallfor anything. I think that's what they
say, right right, Diane.Someone there, my friend that's listening,
said you sound hot too, Soyou got that going for you. You
like the Keepler soft batch and youhave a hot voice. Those are the
only two things that you need ina woman that's Diane likes a soft badge

(02:03:43):
every now and then, Look whatyou've done to yourself. It looks like
somebody's luck just came up. Shortbread corbs Diane goes okay, thank you
and hangs up. I love itall right. Well, there's a little
bit of food news for it.Oh cutting edge. Are you trying to

(02:04:10):
keep the fighting to a minimum,not only because the makeup sex would be
awkward? Oh? I can neverunsea that. Excusie Ellen Cox show one
dyepnulemms. I cannot get enough ofthis goddamn song. I hadn't heard it
in a billion years, and thenI heard it in something and I was

(02:04:30):
like, holy cow, what agood song. Dance across the Floor by
Jimmy Bowhorn. You're talking Miami inthe seventies. I don't know what else
he did, but he definitely wantyou to dance across the floor. You

(02:04:54):
should have gotten Jimmy Bowhorn to dothe iHeart Red Music Festival. That would
have been a great throwback. Iknow they're trying to do it for the
kids, but boy, you hauledJimmy Bohorn out. I don't even know
if the guy's still alive, butyou find out and you put him there
on stage in Vegas. He isalive. He's seventy four years old,
living in West Palm Beach. TheiHeartRadio Music festival now that I've mentioned it

(02:05:19):
is happening in September, the weekendof the twentieth, and they announced the
lineup earlier in the week and I'vegot trips for you today, Tomorrow,
and Friday. I think maybe Mondaydo it as well. I think they
might go on sale Tuesday, sowe hand those out before everybody else gets
their grubby little mits on them.Black Crows one of your headliners. I

(02:05:41):
like that a lot. Hosier Paramore, Keith Thurban, Keith Urban is a
repeat customer. I think at thisfestival. Black Crows have never played before
there September twentieth and twenty first,that's at the T Mobile Arena in Vegas.
So we get you tickets to thefestival, fly you out, put
you up, give you one thousanddollars to spend, and there's three trips

(02:06:02):
a day, so mine is atfive point thirty. But you can win
one in the morning with Rover inthe nine o'clock hour and one o'clock with
Stansbury, and you're shot to doso with me in about five or six
minutes. A Guardians game for tonighthas been canceled. It's all the weather
that's blowing through the area, soit has been rescheduled. There'd be a

(02:06:24):
double header on Monday, the twentysixth of August and Royals Guardians. That'll
be a one to ten game andthen a six forty game of that day.
Boy, they didn't they didn't wasteany time updating their their schedule.

(02:06:45):
Good for them. Mary's still onthe laptop. Yeah, I keep forgetting
to unmute it. Like usually whenI connected, I mute us so she
doesn't hear it. But yeah,now she can hear us. Mm hmm,
she's there right, Are you there? I gotta I gotta pot it
up. I'm here, Can youhear me? This is a train wreck.

(02:07:10):
The engineers meeting outside my door,and I just saw somebody through the
window of your door. All fiveof them are out there. Well,
there's four engineers and someone who seemslike a boss that is very very unhappy.
Of course the things that they needto do their work. The boards
are down. Yeah, there's thesweaty guy who came in my room.

(02:07:30):
I saw him just carrying a stackof some sort of equipment. Very it
looked heavy, and he's just thisis a very obscure reference. I don't
know if you guys will get buthe looked like Gus Gust from Cinderella Cornea,
That's what this guy looked like.He got all the corn. What
did you say? They're they're likethrowing like birds eating corn, and the

(02:07:53):
mice we're all going and collecting it, and Gus Gus was being ingredy instead
of grad like one or two pieces. He's got like a big old stack.
Oh I, it's kind of likeyou yeah. Is he a fat
mouse? Yeah, fattest mouse.I remember an E d M band called
Gus Gus. Is that what theywere named after? Probably Wow Gus Gus

(02:08:16):
from they were they're from Finland orsomething, Wow Gus Gus. Yeah.
They're discussing how to move forward fromhere, and the seeming seaming bosses not
letting them have it, because I'mlike, is that really their fault?
You know what I mean? Butvery very certain talkings to Yeah, but

(02:08:39):
shrimp rolls downhill too. So theengine head of the engineering department is getting
screamed out by sales and programming andeverybody else. So it's like, oh
gee, why don't you call thetech support number? Guys, that's the
one we get Yeah, well whatever, better then than us, is what
I got to say, you know, I mean we can just you know,

(02:09:01):
in a pinch, we could runa best of show. But they're
not doing that there. That's kindof what they're talking about because New York
doesn't do voice tracking at all,and so they're like, if this continues
to be a problem, like wehave to explore what that looks like,
you know, right, I wonderwhy they don't. I mean, there's

(02:09:22):
plenty of tracks in that Elvis Durantshow, so somebody's tracking something. I
was told that every single show thatis broadcasted out of New York is broadcasted
live. Huh that it's like it'sin their contract that they can't voicetrack,
so that it can't be it can'tbe what's the word I'm looking for,
chopped up and yeah yeah, yeah, yeah No, so it can't be

(02:09:43):
outsourced so that it is coming livefrom New York, so it couldn't be
Like me, they want people inNew York City talking about New York City,
so they wouldn't want someone in Austinto take over a show here.
No, But what I'm saying isthat's a lot of legal ease. I
mean not everybody on the air inNew York is doing it from that building.
There's what they told me. No, that's the way that the other

(02:10:05):
on air talent made it seem isthat every every station in this iHeart cluster
is live every day. Okay,yes, the show is live. What
I'm saying is the show is live, but there's people doing shows from their
house, you know what I mean. Yeah, so the show is live.
Yeah, but not everybody who ison the air there is doing it
from that building. All right,she's talking to engineers, now yeah,

(02:10:28):
hold on, all right, Iwant to hear these conversations with did you
did you mute it? You're lookingat somebody through the window. All right,
We're good, all right. Werethey impressed by our ingenuity? Hey?
They keep keep doing it and you'regoing to get to know. Oh
yeah, did you tell them what'sgoing on? Well? Yeah, but

(02:10:50):
you I don't. I would justtry to explain it. Take a picture
of the way it looks like.I'm like, I'm pretty sure they have
a microphone pointed at a computer.No, no, no, no,
no, it's not that Oh Ithought it was No, No, it's
uh, I have you potted up. We have the laptop plugged into the
my feed panel board. I legitimatelythought you had a microphone in the room

(02:11:13):
turned on and just aimed at themicrophone. No, no, no,
I can we can plug you throughthe thing and just potting up that one.
But any way to get it done, we'll do it. Man.
This one time, years and yearsago, Bill was doing something with comedy

(02:11:35):
at Barrio in Lakewood, maybe insome side room, and they had a
curtain and the restaurant was full ofpeople and we were all talking. The
whole restaurant was all talking and stuff. I remember Bill opening the curtain and
like yelling at the restaurant to keepit down because there was a comedy show
going on in the other room.I love that. Go ahead, shut

(02:12:00):
up people. And I was probablynot yelling at the restaurant because the restaurant
is you know, they were goingto operate as air. I was probably
yelling at comics why, because comicswould stand by in like talk full value.
I'm like, guys, we havea show going on. Oh I
see, I don't. I don'tremember ever yelling at like the restaurant.

(02:12:24):
This might shock you to know thiscurtain is not sound proof, but there
were plenty of times where comics wouldbe standing by the curtain and just and
still to this day, I stillhave to tell comics like, hey,
guys, if we're going to talk, get out of the showroom. On
the side of the curtain in theroom, yeah, not on the other
side of the curtain. Yeah.I don't know, man, I don't.

(02:12:46):
I don't understand the people who wantto be in show bizin and don't
understand the decorum of it. No, because if you were up on stage
and people were chatting, you'd begetting pissed off, meaning that person sick.
Show ass up? Hey, Ali, Hi, Hi, how are

(02:13:07):
you? Oh? I'm doing fine. More importantly, Ali, how are
you? I'm doing great? Stopwork. What do you do? If
you don't mind my asking? Iwork at a butcher shop a butcher?
Are you a butcher? No?I run the retail store. Wow?

(02:13:31):
Are you at Ohio City Provisions byany chance? No? I'm a tell
her meats, Tell her meats,Tell her meat. Sentia all right?
And is that a good gig?Is that? Is that a quality establishment?
I know you have to say yes, but blink twice if the answer
is different. Yes, it isall right? Good. Now are you

(02:13:54):
run the retail side and they handlethe meat? Uh? Huh? All
right, what's the up? Well, I just wanted to talk You guys
were talking about that clip show lastnight on Hulu. Yeah, about The
Clippers. My husband and I watchedit. Oh my god, it's such
a good series about Donald Sterling andO'Neil is playing Donald Sterling. Yes,

(02:14:20):
yeah, and I cannot wait untilnext Tuesday. So I actually didn't watch
any of it last night. Wasthis a situation where you can't binge it?
It's week to week? Yes?Correct? Yeah, okay, it's
airing on FX. Oh is thatwhat it is? Yeah? Oh,
I was thinking it was a Huluoriginal. I thought that maybe they just,

(02:14:43):
you know, sometimes they'll drop thewhole thing. No, I think
it's Hulu. It goes to Huluafter it airs on FX. Oh boy,
okay, okay, So thumbs upyes, Ali, oh, two
thumbs up. Two thumbs up fromthe butcher adjacent Alli. Yes, yeah.

(02:15:03):
And the lady that the wife ofSterling. She's off of Yellowstone and
oh my god, she she playsa wife so good. That's Jackie.
What's her name? Right? TheAustralian actress. She's in uh Silver Linings
playbook. I think if that's whoI'm thinking of. Okay, I need

(02:15:24):
to I guess I need to goback and watch Yellowston too. Okay,
thank you, Alie. Oh you'rewelcome. All right, there you go,
Donald Sling Never al I don't knowwhy the girl. Alright, love

(02:15:46):
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of meat. Well, I likechicken, chacking is finger making. I
like cam, I like ham hotDamn. I like well, I guess

(02:17:03):
people do from New York like pork, and I like me. Oh me,
I like me. And I likebacon. Oh, the worldly shaken
because I like the bacon, andI like turkey. I like turkey likes

(02:17:39):
me feel perky. I have toimagine that. So the inside of Ali's
head sounds like every day at work. Marry your thoughts. It was great.
I was actually thinking that myself.I was like, I'm not that's
that's Alley's head. Yeah, fantasticinside her head. I like turkey.
It makes me feel perky. It'llbe wild as if Mary was in here

(02:18:01):
tomorrow with us in studio and forsome reason still couldn't hear anything we were
playing, right, It just won'tcome through my head. I just won't,
guys, I can't. There's theway around it. What times your
the summer of mayor continues. Whattimes your flight tomorrow? Six am?
If I can't make it there bytwo pm, I'm to be furious.

(02:18:22):
Well, I think it's like itleaves like six forty five or something like
that. But my daughter is inColorado. She's visiting a friend of hers
for the week who goes to CSU. So they're out in Fort Collins and
I was just checking in on herlast night because she was flying out of
Detroit at nine o'clock and so Iwas checking in on her and she goes,
oh, yeah, the flight gotdelayed till eleven thirty. So now

(02:18:46):
I'm gonna get there around two am. And I was like, oh,
well, that's fun. You gotsomebody to pick you up. I'm like,
please don't take an uber, Pleasehave your friend pick you up.
Is that still have a bit ofa drive, you know, from the
airport or whatever? And then theDenver Airport is in the middle of nowhere,
Yes, and it's and it's massive. Yeah, and it's only a
few years old too. One ofthe first weeks I did on the road,

(02:19:07):
the first week I did on theroad was at a place called Wits
End in Westminster, Colorado, andthey had this mural behind the stage and
there's a little guy in an airplanein the feature act like he would make
a joke every night and be like, this guy wouldn't be smiling if he
knew how far away the airport wasfrom downtown. Yeah, and man that

(02:19:31):
would crush Yeah. Crazy with thatgiant horse Blucifer. Yeah, the blue
Mustang Blucifer, which I know becauseof the funny bus there you go with
the glowing red eyes. Yeah.So I'm checking in on her today.
I'm like, what are you guysdoing. She goes, we're going out
to a horse tooth reservoir because it'sgoing to be ninety one today and that's

(02:19:52):
where the water is. It's like, yeah, we'll be careful, have
fun. But yeah, I toldher to keep her head on a swivel
out there in Colorado for the uh, for any Republicans, because they want
people to burn Pride flags out there. So I'm like, hey, just

(02:20:13):
we're gonna start forced fires. I'msure Ford Collins is a college town,
so you'll probably be okay. ButI'm like, they're they're going full tilt
boogie on the burning Pride flags.They've done away with any pretense of live
and let live. Ironically, theJesus people they have. I saw a

(02:20:33):
photo. God hates flags. They'rea little haha play on words. There.
So, yeah, they're going allin out there in Colorado. Colorado
is a purple state, but stillthere's a lot of red in that purple.
So if you're one of our beerchiefs in Colorado and you are gay,

(02:20:54):
boy, that's fun. What awhat a time to be alive out
there. Some straight dudes are soutterly terrified of gay people because there's this
bar up in Idaho that's celebrating HeteroAwareness Month. H that's their answer to
Pride Month. And it's like,oh, guys, come on, what

(02:21:16):
are you doing. Just let peoplewalk around and do what they want to
do, you know, as ifthe other eleven months of the year weren't
enough to get people hipto heterosexuality.I mean, just the way that heterosexual
people have been treated so poorly,you have to give them some recognition.

(02:21:39):
Yeah, so this guy's again it'sIdaho and it's no big shock there,
but this guy's doing all kinds ofdrink specials and food specials for heterosexual couples.
And I'm thinking, you know,people are going to come in there
and lie to troll you, right, They're going to go, you don't
know that we're not dating. Youdon't know that we're not married. I

(02:22:00):
mean, listen. Fear is acommon human emotion, right, I understand,
especially with things you don't get.But then stop pretending to be a
badass with everything else. If thatfreaks you out, enough with the punisher
logo on your f three point fiftyand your three percenter tattoos and you come

(02:22:22):
and take a t shirts. Enough. This guy's going into a public tizzy
because there are gay people. Soyour number's up, homie. If that's
how you feel, you got toget rid of all the other stuff.
If that's all it takes to tipyou over. But it's his bar.

(02:22:43):
You can do what he wants,all kinds of bar promotions. There the
Old State Saloon Bar in Eagle,Idaho. Again, this isn't you know,
some major metropolitan area. I'm surehe'll do just fine. Call the
Alan Cox I was on this radiostation in Cleveland. Oh two double O

(02:23:05):
seven four eight one double O seventhree five to text me alancoxshow dot com
to watch live. And thanks againto Biggody Bumpkin for assisting in the video
today boy, our video department hashad no shortage of fires to put out
today that they've had to get Maryon the laptop. They've had to get

(02:23:26):
our show at Alancoxshow dot com.It happens not that frequently, but once
in a while one of our videoassistants is really called to serve, is
really called up to be able toreally show off their expertise, and today

(02:23:50):
that falls to Bigody Bumpkin. Itdidn't happen to Slipple Jungerson. He just
came in and did the show.Didn't happen to sure be her, But
it didn't happen to It didn't happento come on Scott door. Do there's

(02:24:13):
sure be against AnyWho? Uh,Mary's on the laptop. We're here and
are the engineers? People are like, why does Mary sound like she's in
a well? And I had toexplain what the situation was that it was
day two of the software melt downthere in New York City. Yes,
they're the only people here. I'mnot kidding. The only people on this

(02:24:35):
floor are the four engineers in me. Every other news traffic, everybody went
home. Have they wondered why you'restill there or do they know by now
what's going on with you? Well? The one, the one engineer,
Josh is the guy who set meup to be remote with you. So
I'm assuming he explained it or theydon't care. They've got their hands full,
you know what I mean. Sothey're like, I don't give a

(02:24:56):
crap what you're doing. Just don'tget in our way. Well that's what
I'm saying. But they don't todo anything in your studio. No,
they were in and out a coupleof times, but I'm sure eventually they
will be. But yeah, nowagain, I don't want to overstep,
as I've never met the man,but the CEO of our company you're quite
tight with you and Bobby Pitts bestfriends. Did you text him? Did

(02:25:18):
you did? Okay? I didI text him, I called him,
I sent him an DM on Instagramand nothing. Well here's the thing though,
just because he didn't reply to you, this is what made me think
of it. That's got to bewhat got those engineers all in a frenzy
is you texted Bobby Pitts. That'swhy they don't want anything to do with

(02:25:43):
it. You texted Bobby Pitts.He texted the head of engineering and it
was like, what the hell isgoing on up there? You some bitch?
Better for you know? Blah blahblah. However he talks. Yeah,
he's like, my girl's got abroadcast back to Cleveland and you're messing
all that up. Oh you thinkhe threw you under the bus. Yeah,
I think so that. Yeah,what did he respond to me?

(02:26:05):
Right? I was on his PGA, like, I don't know two days
ago. Why can't he get youshow to show? Why do you get
you here on his PJ Because it'snot I can't bring it up. He
has to invite me. It can'tbe like, hey, can you take
me to Cleveland? Hey, Ican get to Teeterborough in forty five minutes.

(02:26:26):
All right, let's just fly ontof there and drop me at Burke.
I think you're overlooking a really simplesolution to the whole travel issue,
which is Bobby Pitts. Bobby,listen, I don't want to ask for
too much. You know, yourbest friends, but I don't want him
to feel like I'm using him.I say, you don't want to impose
on your on your friend show.It sounds like a best friend of me.

(02:26:50):
Right, that was my best friendand I had a private jet.
I'd be like, hey, myprivate jets, your private jet, let's
go whatever you need me pj A. Yeah, all right, Well I
don't have to tell you. Imean, I don't. I can't text
him. I know I'm not gonnaI'm not gonna blow him up. I

(02:27:13):
mean I already tried to get ahold of him on three different platforms,
and it's up to him now,you know, he wants this friendship to
continue. I wonder if the solarflares are creating issues for people. I've
heard from a couple of people overthe course of the afternoon, and again
I haven't seen updates on these solarflares, but one did happen yesterday,
and I don't think it's too crazyto attribute all of the things that have

(02:27:33):
been happening at least partially to that. There was huge outages with AT and
T and other networks and things likethat. There's been a two day meltdown
where Mary is. We've had very, compared to her, very slight technical
issues here throughout the day. ButI've also heard from a handful of people
who have had unusual headaches today.I wonder if something like that effects because

(02:27:58):
it is magnetic energy, geomagnetic fieldthat's you know, that is spurting from
the Sun we'll just put it underwaterand then the mag doesn't work anymore.
What I know about magnets, Yeah, if you put that magnet in water,
it won't work, But no headaches. I wonder if that's uh something

(02:28:20):
to do with it. Well,Saturn just went into retrograde and it'll be
there until like until October, sothat probably also has something to do with
it. Wait, what the helldoes that mean? It means it spins
backwards, spin backward. It's anoptical illusion that makes it look like it

(02:28:43):
spins backwards. But all I everhear about is that mercury is in retrograde,
and all kinds of terrible people usethat as an excuse to continue being
terrible people. And so I'm curious, what is what's the Saturn thing?
Then? Well, Pluto is apower hungry planet. You guys all know
that, and it I didn't everybodyknows a power hunger planet. I didn't

(02:29:07):
think Pluto was a planet anymore.It is. It is as far as
this goes, as far as likeastrology goes, it is definitely. It
retrogretes for five months each year.But this is like a big year for
Pluto, and then it'll be inCapricorn for two hundred and fifty years after
this. So this is what whatdoes that mean? Well, I'm trying

(02:29:28):
to get to that. I'm tryingto explain it to you. Get us
at the groundwork, Allen. Ihave to let you know everything that some
of your slow burning transformations that havebeen taking place beneath the service for the
last fifteen years are now going tostart crystallizing. You're on the brink of
a new psychic journey. So thatprobably is what Wait, she's gonna make

(02:29:50):
it any clear. She just dippedin then PostScript at the end. There
you're on the new psychic journey.Hey, every day for me is a
brand new psychic journey. Yeah,of a new psychic journey. So do
your best to purge and process allof your subconscious baggage while pluos and retrograde.
What if I don't have any youdo subconscious baggage? Mm hmmm,

(02:30:11):
huh, it's subconscious that's why youthink you don't have any? I see,
Well, then how could I purgeit? Exactly? Well? See,
it's it's clear as day now,all right, So all of that
is the answer to I wonder ifpeople are getting headaches today because of the
yeah, well to the solar flaresto maybe it's their sub Could it be

(02:30:37):
their subconscious baggage that's giving them theheadaches? Yes, Alan, I get
regular migraines, and today has beena okay, come to think of it,
somebody else's I did have a badheadache this morning. I didn't know
sun jizz could cause that. Plasmaplasmasma. Alan, My mouth has tasted

(02:31:03):
horrible all day, and not justbad breath. I thought it was the
bad air quality. It could bea mix of both bad air quality and
sun jizz. Well, all so, why don't you brush your teeth?
Not looking for solutions? That couldbe puke? Could be puke. I
have a feeling they'd know if theyvomited, ah, subconscious vomit purge,

(02:31:28):
their subconscious vomit baggage the literal wordpurge. I mean, come on,
now, connect the dots on solaflats ate my baby. You know.
Retrograve means the planet you're observing lookslike it's moving backwards due to our orbital
rotation with said planet. All right, but then if it's an optical illusion,

(02:31:54):
then what does that have to dowith people saying it affects their behavior.
If it's just that's not what's reallylike the You can make the case.
You can make the case of thetides and gravity and things like that.
But if it's an optical illusion,then how do people ascribe certain behaviors
too? Because they don't look atit as an optical illusion. They think
something else is happening. They thinkit's actually moving backwards. I don't know

(02:32:20):
what they think, but I'm curious, well, because you explain it to
them and they go, here's somemumbo and some jumbo. Yeah. But
again, this isn't something you couldsee with the naked eye. So people
just say they read, oh,it's in retrograde. Now is it something
it's not something you could observe througha high powered telescope. No, you
can probably through a high powered telescope, you can see it. Like people

(02:32:41):
at NASA are going like, well, I got to take tomorrow off.
Mercury is in retrograde. Now.Those are people who know stuff. Yeah,
those are astronomers, not astrologers.Very different. Some people don't know
the difference science. You know,because it always makes me think of when
we have to Ryan bergland in andhe talks about retrograde ejaculation right when he

(02:33:07):
doesn't come out. Guys have aproblem and it comes back up. Yes,
it seeps back seeps. Science isa liar sometimes it does a little
sneaking, goes the wrong way.It's like it's like on the top thrilled
drags there when you think you're goingup, but then they shoot you backwards.
Yeah, that's right. They weregonna call that ride retrograde ejaculation,

(02:33:33):
and they were get the rights.Nope, they were roundly rejected there on
the board of directors. No,the sedlor point retrograde ejaculation, liquid hot
magma, Yeah, subconscious vomit isthat the Agora on Saturday. Mary,
Is Brian going to be at thatshow? I'm sure that he will.
Okay, show's canceled. Yep,he's free. Man. I'm putting the

(02:34:00):
finishing touches on the metal show.You know, we do a metal show
here on Saturday nights. It's calledtwo Hours of Midnight, and I'm just
putting the finishing touches on it.Man. When you are in here tomorrow,
I'm gonna be coming back from breakswith so much amazing, just a
little taste of what people can expectlocal stuff and brand new stuff that you

(02:34:26):
think you got a headache, nowyou wait until Saturday night. Them Solar
Flares ain't got crap. Nope,what's the what's the local band you're playing?
I'm playing a few. I'm playingInsanity's Horse. I hope they didn't
get sued for copyright infringement. I'mplaying Taknacht that's a local band we've played

(02:34:48):
before. And I'm playing Emerald Rage. Those are the local bands. But
then I'm playing a band called ICursed, I Comma Cursed. That's like
a two man deathgrind thing from Finland. And I'm playing Future Palace, which

(02:35:09):
is this great trio from Berlin withthis young girl singing for him, who's
just great Attack Attack Remember them?Aren't they from Columbus or something? Heard
of them? Yeah? They gotto new stuff out now, a lot
of great stuff Saturday. If peoplewant to send you like their music and
they're in a local band, orrecommendations on things you should play, where

(02:35:33):
would they send those emails? Idon't know. I haven't figured that out
yet. I mean that would bethat'd be a great element to add.
No, it's two htm at wmmsdot com is the email and I post
the playlists every week and the wholething, But it's Wednesday or Thursday when
I'm usually just massaging the last edgesof the playlist for the week. And

(02:35:58):
then me and Corey Roddick and PatButler, because it takes three of us,
then we perform it for you onSaturday nights at ten o'clock. It's
called two Hours to Midnight and it'sall metal and it's Mary's favorite show.
Absolutely there's songs about hot squirting lavaand hot coconuts and if only, what

(02:36:24):
only thing that would be better wouldbe if Bill was doing the intro and
outro with the Friday get on voice. That would be the only thing that
would make it better for me.We can probably make that happen a Saturday
night get down. It's just it'san intro, but it's the same energy.
I wouldn't want to cheapen either intellectualproperty. I wouldn't want to cheapen

(02:36:50):
Bill's Friday Get Down, and Iwouldn't want to cheap into muchoment. Oh
well, then I definitely don't wantto cheap in it for that. What
in the world is this retrograde ejaculationstuff. Somebody asked, boy, they
sound really concerned. Mercury and retromerchery, mercury, mercury, mercury and

(02:37:16):
retrograde. Allen is a liar likemagicians. Science is a liar sometimes,
all right, Miken Parma points out, it's not an optical illusion. It's
an optical illusion. It looks likethe movement of an octopus. Oh,
thank you, perhaps multiple octopuses whenyou look up there. Well, perhaps

(02:37:43):
you know these things do happen withsome regularity. But if they begin to
happen more frequently, combined with uh, the excesses and the advancement climate change,
you can feel it in your taint. The next twenty to thirty years
on this planet. Oh, it'sgonna be a wild wild ride. Alan,

(02:38:11):
have you watched Leave the World Behind? I did watch that. Whenever
you watch that that Julia roberts Heath, the hot thing where they're all stuck
at the lake house. I neverwatch that yet it was okay, Yeah,
I think it was a book andthey adapted it. Yeah, it
was Maherschel Ali, isn't it didstart? The goat? The Goat's pretty
fun. Oh, the goat's great. The goat's very funny, Oh Daniel

(02:38:33):
Tosh yep, the sun runs oneleven year cycles. Somebody says, all
right, well, if that's true, then so and now I must leave
you as the Brady bunch is on, and I find four of those children
incredibly arousing. Get out of here. Be careful of what you say in

(02:39:00):
every way, Be careful of whatyou do. Big Brother is watching you.
Be circumspect and discreet, Stay lighton your mental feet. One slip
and you know you're through. BigBrother is watching you. And with all

(02:39:24):
narratives, remember ovidios paid. Andwhen you watch that davy screens, remember
it works both ways. You disappearin a wink. Unless you can double
think, you'll vanish into the blue. Big Brother is watching you.
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