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June 10, 2024 11 mins

A bunch of baby names are falling off the list.  But first--Joe entirely fictitious account of a very private tattoo.  Next, the baby name thing.  Finally--a comedic response the Fountains of Wayne tune, Stacy's Mom. 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Stacy's Mom has got it going on. It's one more thing.
I'm strong Andy, one more thing.

Speaker 2 (00:10):
I'm a great fan of that. Fountains of Wayne pop trifle,
can't wait to hear Mom.

Speaker 1 (00:15):
Fountains of Wayne are awesome. But the main guy died
from COVID right when COVID hit the guitar player. Yeah
that sucks, Yeah it does. He was a young man too.
Before we get to something related to the song Stacy's
Mom and Fountains of Wayne, which is a humor based

I came across this headline. These twenty three classic baby
names are facing extinction in the US. They're about to
fall off the list completely, so somebody'd have to go
out of their way to bring them back.

Speaker 2 (00:48):
I guess.

Speaker 1 (00:49):
I mean, you can't make a name extinct. I mean,
see Elon Musk. You can name your kid anything you want.
Nobody can stop you. Sure, But the names that are
about to fall off the list, and these used to be.

Speaker 2 (01:00):
If that reminds me, I'm sorry. Before you get to that,
can I say this, Well, of course I can say this.
A friend who I work with, his wife is an obstetrician.
That's when you look at women's you who's well, that's
one way to put it. Yes, you deal with the

reproductive parts of ladies. Yes, thank you. I'm so glad
you're here, Katie, because you can say that. And the
stories she has heard amaze and the tattoos she has seen,
oh what, including one one woman? I think I can

tell his story.

Speaker 3 (01:47):
I'm sure you can.

Speaker 2 (01:49):
Should I though, oh man, not want to get him
in trust.

Speaker 1 (01:53):
So we're talking about tattoos on the you.

Speaker 2 (01:54):
Who, oh my god, or in the you who will region.

Speaker 3 (01:58):
The sympathy pain I'm right now is.

Speaker 1 (02:02):
Sign did even without the pain, just as a lifestyle choice, right,
and sometimes it's just in the suburbs but not in
the city center.

Speaker 2 (02:12):
But uh, can I say this? You know what? I
can't say it. I'm gonna make this up completely. This
is Joe Geddy lying and creating fiction that is in
no way based on any truth ever spoken by anybody.
One gal who is well on in years, had a
boxing glove to either side and the caption hit it

like a champ.

Speaker 1 (02:40):
Oh no, oh my god, Now didn't it appear? Was
the was the tattoo saggy like her age like she'd
gotten no whe who younger? Did she get it like
when she was in her golden ears.

Speaker 2 (02:53):
Too busy laughing at this conversation that never took place
to follow up with any questions.

Speaker 1 (02:59):
It's like, am so then you have to think as
a dude or a woman. I guess if she's a lesbian.
But your first you know, you become intimate after months
of dating and courting and then of course marriage, you decide.

Speaker 2 (03:15):
To decide you love each other very much.

Speaker 1 (03:16):
You decide to become intimate, and this is the first
time you become aware of your the love of your life. Uh,
having it to too, that's hit it like a champ.

Speaker 3 (03:28):
Unless that tattoo is like a week old.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
Yeah, I'm gonna have questions.

Speaker 3 (03:33):
It's just reeks of class, you know.

Speaker 1 (03:35):
Yeah, what do am I? Hm? How disturbed am I
at that point? Am I thinking? Eh, maybe not? Or
you're not who I thought you were?

Speaker 2 (03:45):
Or and yesked, Michael, do you bring a boxing bell
to bed'll get ready?

Speaker 1 (03:53):
Yeah? You do that whole round?

Speaker 2 (03:54):
What was that a statement of kind of general principle
or was that like a specific message to a lover
of her past? I would have questions? So, baby, I
can't help but notice you've I'm going at a whole
set of to two.

Speaker 1 (04:14):
That's my goal, regardless of your signage anyway, Right.

Speaker 3 (04:19):
You didn't, I don't tell me to do that, right.

Speaker 2 (04:21):
Right, exactly. It's extraneous motivation.

Speaker 3 (04:25):
This is reminding me that's.

Speaker 1 (04:26):
My general practice.

Speaker 4 (04:28):
Right, This is reminding me of one of the funniest things.
So my mother got a tattoo for her fiftieth birthday
and it is a dolphin that is jumping over a shamrock.
And her big line was like, yeah, in fifteen years,
it'll be an eel stuck in a pine tree.

Speaker 3 (04:45):

Speaker 2 (04:47):
The comedy stylings of Katie's mom, she's fantastic.

Speaker 1 (04:54):
So does this where were we?

Speaker 5 (04:56):

Speaker 1 (04:56):
Does this made up? Doctor?

Speaker 2 (04:59):

Speaker 1 (05:00):
Find a way to I just need to check my
messages real quick, and then you kind of lean your
phone this way, quick turn the sound off again.

Speaker 2 (05:08):
No time for follow ups because I was laughing too much.

Speaker 1 (05:10):
You'd want a picture of that.

Speaker 2 (05:12):
And then the list of names she has to sign,
the birth certificate that people give their kids, many of
them ill considered.

Speaker 1 (05:22):
But moving speaking of names, these baby names are facing extinction,
just a couple of them that are about to fall
off the list. So if you're about to have a kid,
keep these names alive. Name your girl Kathy. I have
a cousin named Kathy, perfectly nice name for people our age.
But nobody's naming their kid dad anymore. If I had
friends and they had a baby, Oh she's cute, what's

her name, Kathy? I think that's interesting, nothing wrong with it.
But al is headed out the door. Bess Bess Verne,
and Wally vern is a good name.

Speaker 3 (06:02):
It's stuck on Bess.

Speaker 1 (06:03):
It's interesting that it goes. It's just it's just like
my son and I were talking about this with cars
the other day, with how you know a ten year
old car is that it's like lowest peak of value
ten to fifteen years or something like that, and then
you get to like twenty thirty years and you wish
you'd have kept it because it's like seems cool now,
you know. So it is just that whole thing, and

names do that, obviously, because names between forty six, nineteen
forty six and nineteen sixty four are dropping off the list.
Names previous to forty six, as we all know, are
starting to make a comeback, like the re early nineteen hundreds,
Old timy names I've made it. Yeah, yesture, all right,
and it's just they come and go out of fashion

and then, you know, so it doesn't mean anything. But
yeah again, I have friends and they have a baby
and they say we named her best.

Speaker 4 (06:58):
They've all been replaced by Aiden's and Braden's and right.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
Right, and of course the Irish form of Catherine Caitlin
and Judy and I knew nobody who named their kid
Caitlin when we named our kid Caitlyn, and then it
became like the most popular name on earth.

Speaker 4 (07:14):
And I frequently get asked if I'm a Kathy when
I tell people that, you know, if I introduce, if
I'm doing something like official, and I'll say, oh, you know,
my name is Caitlyn.

Speaker 3 (07:21):
I'll be like, oh, Kathy. I've had that happen more
times than once.

Speaker 1 (07:26):
I don't know. So this song, do enough people know
the original song for this to be enjoy I guess
we're assuming. So yeah, it was a big hit.

Speaker 2 (07:34):
And if you don't, you know, grab it, listen to it.
It was a catchy.

Speaker 1 (07:37):
It was about a kid going over to his friend's
house and he recognizes that his friend's mom is kind
of hot, and he wishes he could get with her.

Speaker 2 (07:46):
Well, yeah, specifically he's going over to his girlfriend's house
thinking I don't want to be with you, I want
to be with your mom.

Speaker 1 (07:54):
Sordid and so we've got that. I haven't heard this
thing any other setup required, Katie.

Speaker 4 (07:59):
This is it's basically talking about how now that we're older,
this song.

Speaker 1 (08:02):
Is okay, gotcha?

Speaker 2 (08:04):

Speaker 5 (08:05):
I have so many questions now for Stacy's mom. Stacy's mom, like,
why did she come out with just.

Speaker 3 (08:15):
A towbl a.

Speaker 1 (08:18):
That's a good question, tobl on.

Speaker 5 (08:21):
When she knew that kid was gone and low her grass,
low her graph. Stacy's mom is like the people Chris
Hansen would have dancing with nance And I know growing
up it was a fantasy.

Speaker 1 (08:41):
It's a little different now then I'm thirty three.

Speaker 5 (08:45):
Stacy's mom she put some clues, he says, and he's
so wrong, Stacy, can't you seen.

Speaker 1 (08:55):
It's gonna be a feeling me.

Speaker 2 (08:57):
I know it's just a song, but so things.

Speaker 1 (09:02):
That's pretty clever.

Speaker 2 (09:04):
That's funny. I missed that one line in the middle
that you guys thought was so funny.

Speaker 1 (09:07):
Being called by Chris Hanson, the guy who does the predator. Yeah,
that is funny.

Speaker 4 (09:11):
You're seeming like one of the people Chris Hansen would
ca a hatch, hands would catch.

Speaker 2 (09:17):
Oh that's beautiful.

Speaker 4 (09:20):
He goes on and one of the things he goes
could you imagine if it was Stacy's dad?

Speaker 3 (09:23):
How bad this?

Speaker 1 (09:24):
Oh yeah, but you're right. You got your daughter's teenage
boyfriend at the house. You don't come out and just
a towel and flaunt it. That makes you a weirdo.

Speaker 3 (09:36):
This could be a felony.

Speaker 1 (09:40):
Now that I'm thirty three, seems kind of weird. Something's
wrong with Stacy's ball.

Speaker 2 (09:46):
I always the thing I liked about Fountains of Wayne
was how they were willing to not take themselves seriously
at all, with like pooh ooh ooh nobody, nobody would
sing that life.

Speaker 1 (10:00):
Ooo oooh ooh no no.

Speaker 2 (10:04):
And then it's perfect, incredibly well crafted pop music. I
mean really good.

Speaker 1 (10:09):
My son, my twelve year old's favorite song from that album,
just loves it so much, as that one about I'm
gonna get my shit together. Oh I can't live like
this forever?

Speaker 2 (10:18):
Yeah yeah, yeah, Fountains of Wayne, May they flow forever
in our hearts.

Speaker 1 (10:26):
I was actually surprised, and then I'll be done talking
about fountains wayn because I don't know how many people
know who that band is. But they have several songs,
quite a few songs that are about modern life, about
like the modern workplace. And I thought, Okay, that's gonna
become a thing because it's so relatable for young people,
you know, in their experiences with modern workplace. But it hasn't.

And I don't know why, but I thought that would
become a genre of music, you know, just modern cubical life,
cubicle rock.

Speaker 2 (10:54):
Yeah, that sound attractive.

Speaker 1 (10:56):
Wow, Well, they have several great songs that are great
about it.

Speaker 4 (10:58):
But that's actually because think about the show The Office,
How that took office?

Speaker 2 (11:02):
You did that musically exactly? Also known as cashier pop right,
dead end job? Yeah, what does bts? The Korean kids
sing about love, and of course nobody's in nobody has
sex in Korea, so why bother right crushes?

Speaker 1 (11:22):
They all have crushes and giggle about it, I guess,
but never actually get to see there, you know, they
never get to hit it like a champ if you don
know what I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (11:27):
Yeah, which is god tragic.

Speaker 3 (11:31):
Full circle life may be like a boxing match, but
sex shouldn't be Yes. Well, I guess that's it, Well,
said Michael
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