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May 23, 2024 13 mins

The A&G Love Panel convenes to determine the true nature of a young women on a mission! 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Love in Bloom or crazy stalker weirdo biatch.

Speaker 2 (00:04):
It's one more thing arm strong and one.

Speaker 1 (00:11):
Armstrong and getty conveying our love panel.

Speaker 3 (00:18):
So you said love in Bloom or crazy stalker bitch
psycho Biach, Yes, exactly, Okay, but that.

Speaker 2 (00:26):
Question will be decided by the love panel.

Speaker 3 (00:30):
That's always the problem with that is just it's it's
it's it's whether or not the other person's interested in you.

Speaker 1 (00:37):
All love.

Speaker 3 (00:43):
Like chasing someone's stuff is it's just so romantic and
well received if the other person's interested, if they're.

Speaker 1 (00:50):
Not, And he never gave up, and now we've been
married for fifty years, right, beautiful?

Speaker 3 (00:55):
And I said no five times and I came out
aside and he was waiting by my car with a rose.
If you kind of liked the guy, that's just awesome.
If you don't like the guy, you call the police
and get a restraining order and maybe pepper spraym.

Speaker 1 (01:09):
Or send your brothers to beat him down. Yeah, right, exactly. Ah, yes,
but this is a gal on a mission. Love and
Bloom are crazy stalker psychobiac. Let's find out. Thirteen Michael,
I saw this.

Speaker 4 (01:24):
Really cute guy at the grocery store the other day,
so naturally, I followed him to the checkout counter, and
when he gave the cashier his credit card, I peeped
it to see what his name was, and then I
googled him and found his social media profiles, and I
was able.

Speaker 2 (01:39):
To tell that he was single.

Speaker 4 (01:40):
So I went through his friend's list and I found
his mother's page, and then I looked through his mother's
page and I saw that she was a member of
this book club that's in my area. So I went
to the book club meeting and I met his mom
there and she just thought I was so nice, and
I brought it up randomly in conversation that I was single,
and she let me know that she had a son
that single also that lived in the area, and maybe

it would be cool for us to get together and
chat sometime. So I gave her my number, which she
gave to her son, and this morning he texted me
and asked if I'd like to get together this weekend
and do something. So I guess we're going to go
on a date. I really excited.

Speaker 5 (02:17):
Wait until he sees this video and goes, oh my god,
who did I go on a date with?

Speaker 2 (02:24):

Speaker 3 (02:25):
That's a pretty successful, uh effort she made there. I
don't know how it's going to turn out, but that's insane.

Speaker 1 (02:31):
Well, we have a little update for you. That young
man is now dissolving in a thing as that psycho
decided he wasn't worthy of living in. She is now
wearing his skin as a garment and his fingerbones as
a necklace. Follow up segment.

Speaker 6 (02:56):
All right, all right, so dude run from her.

Speaker 3 (03:01):
God, she actually went to the book club meeting and
got to know his mom.

Speaker 1 (03:09):
Oh wow, because he's a cute guy. I mean, look,
let's all recognize. I can see a dozen attractive women,
there will be one that'll like make my brain explode
for whatever, genetic, anthropolog anthropological who knows why it happens. Reason,

Doctor Freud had his own opinions whatever, and maybe it
was one of those. Maybe it was one of those.
She saw him and just her jaw dropped. It was like,
oh my god, for whatever reason, now certainly concocting some
sort of can you help me out to the car
with this or that would have been a hell of

a lot more normal than the whole Sherlock Holmes routine.
How troubled are we by the detective job and the
roots she took.

Speaker 6 (04:01):
Jack, I'll let you go first if you want. Man.

Speaker 3 (04:07):
The uh, the going to the book club and meeting
mom and getting to know her, that is that is
a that's a different level.

Speaker 1 (04:17):
That really feels to me like something that ends up
with somebody's cat getting murdered.

Speaker 3 (04:21):
So, Katie, you're more up on the modern world of
how this is handling, how do we feel about just
like noticing the name on the credit card and doing
a little research on online.

Speaker 6 (04:31):
So that see I think that it was.

Speaker 5 (04:35):
It got weird the second she looked at his credit
credit card to get his number his name. I like
Joe's idea, just hey, could you help me to the
car with this, or like a regular approach. But I
would be lying if I said that I hadn't met
a guy and he had given me his name and
I went home and looked him up. I've done that before,
but not you know, to the extent to go meet

his mom at a book club and then wear his
skin later.

Speaker 6 (04:58):
That's weird.

Speaker 7 (05:00):
Michael thoughts, Yeah, pretty psycho, I wouldn't. I'm like Katie,
I mean, maybe you look him up online, do a
little background check.

Speaker 6 (05:07):
But that's it.

Speaker 2 (05:08):
Well, here's a little he.

Speaker 5 (05:10):
Gives you his name, you don't look at his credit
card to like, kind of I don't this.

Speaker 6 (05:15):
She sounds like a serial killer to me, Well, there's
a little surprise.

Speaker 3 (05:18):
We're gonna talk to him live now. He's chained to
the radiator in her basement.

Speaker 2 (05:24):
Help me, somebody helped me. Gosh.

Speaker 6 (05:27):
Yeah, it's like a part of the story.

Speaker 5 (05:28):
He goes missing and she's helping his mom look for
him at that point.

Speaker 6 (05:31):
That's how these horror movies go.

Speaker 2 (05:33):
She's putting up posters. Yes, exactly.

Speaker 3 (05:35):
I've only become aware recently, and for reasons I won't
get into about how all you need is somebody. If
you have somebody's phone number, for instance, you can find
out everything and it costs you like a buck online.
And you got every place they've ever lived, every phone
they've ever had, all their friends.

Speaker 6 (05:55):
It's family members.

Speaker 3 (05:57):
Yea, yeah, it's it's horrifying. I mean, it's us worrisome
as a dude. But man, if I'm a young woman
knowing that any guy who gets a hold of my
phone number at all now knows where I live and
where my friends live, and where I work and and everything.
It just yeah, it's just different world for that sort

of thing.

Speaker 2 (06:20):
Of course.

Speaker 3 (06:20):
On the other hand, buddy of mine pointing this out
to me their date, I remember when we were younger,
all of our names were in the phone book with
our address, all of us, all of us. If you
knew somebody's name, you could look up their address. And
it's not like everybody got abducted every day, right, And
everybody's name was in the phone book with their address.

Speaker 6 (06:39):
Did the unlisted thing come later?

Speaker 2 (06:41):
Is that no unlisted existed? But I never knew a
girl that was unlisted. Every girl was data. She was
writing the phone book. Okay, yeah, real rarity.

Speaker 1 (06:50):
Getting back to the whole meeting mom book class book
club happened to randomly mention I was single and subter few.
That just that that is a willingness to be sneaky
and duplicitous.

Speaker 2 (07:07):
That isn't her first rodeo, you know what I mean?

Speaker 8 (07:11):
Yes, yes, I think we're a little bit into the
the modern attitude where everybody's so paranoid of what would
you rather run into a bear or.

Speaker 3 (07:21):
A man in the woods for a woman? I mean,
just you saying, was that before unlisted was available, like
you wouldn't want your name listed in the phone Everybody
had their address and name in the phone book, and
everybody was fine with it, and everybody wasn't paranoid thinking,
oh my god, that's dangerous. A guy could look up
my address. It worked out. I mean, so, is is
culture that much worse? Are we just way more paranoid

than we?

Speaker 2 (07:43):

Speaker 1 (07:44):
I would point out that if I had the hots
for Jenny Smith, or even unless her name was true,
her last name was truly rare and distinctive, there'd be
eleven of them in the phone book.

Speaker 2 (07:57):
I couldn't tell which one.

Speaker 3 (07:58):
That wasn't my experience at all, because I lived in
small towns, everybody everybody's name. There was only one Jenny Smith,
and every town, everybody's address was right there. And I
don't remember anybody abusing it, or anybody even talking about
it being abused.

Speaker 2 (08:10):
No, nope.

Speaker 3 (08:12):
So what changed our pair of the reality of stalkers
or our paranoia.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
Both? I don't know.

Speaker 7 (08:23):
People aren't brave anymore. They don't want to just go
and ask something, ask someone out right in person, you know,
just hey, would you like to go out? Would you
like to get some coffee?

Speaker 1 (08:31):
That's like gon old skills take developing, though, and we're
not letting our kids develop those social skills. I had
chatted up so many girls by the time I started college.
Just the idea of oh my god, I can't I
can't say hello to or it was just foreign to me.
It was not like I have some sort of bold
master gamesman or anything.

Speaker 2 (08:52):
It was just so familiar to me. You know, hey,
how you doing.

Speaker 1 (08:57):

Speaker 2 (08:57):

Speaker 6 (08:58):
Phones and internet have completely smashed that skill.

Speaker 1 (09:01):
I think, you know, this is a weird grab, but
it popped in my head for some reason. I can't
remember why. The other day I was thinking about it.
The old like the first Bob Seeger song with the uh,
what was the name of his band, Bob Seger in.

Speaker 2 (09:16):
The Silver Bullebin.

Speaker 1 (09:19):
No, No, that was before he was a solo artist,
when he was a Detroit rocker, but rambling gambling man,
the line is ain't good looking, but you know, I
ain't shy, ain't afraid to look a girl in the eye.
And hey, I've always kind of liked that line because
he was irregular guy. But b we've got a couple

of generations who are terrified to look a girl in the.

Speaker 2 (09:45):
Eye and say, hey, how you doing. So they gets ray.

Speaker 3 (09:50):
You think if she she found him alluring enough to
go through all that work, she should have made her
move right then.

Speaker 1 (09:57):
Yeah, she's equipped with the tools to do that. Of course,
if you're an all attractive young woman, all you have
to say is so I see you like cereal.

Speaker 5 (10:09):
That's good enough ice breaker right there, exactly. Yeah, I
just I have a real issue with her going on
a date with him after having done all of this
and acting like it didn't go down like that.

Speaker 2 (10:21):
Oh yeah, well yeah, like, oh.

Speaker 5 (10:23):
We just so happened to meet I met your mom
at book club, like the whole the start of whatever
relationship this might be is going to be bs anyway.

Speaker 3 (10:31):
Yeah, that's that's a decent point there. You can't start
with a lie and then go from there.

Speaker 2 (10:35):
Yeah, yeah, this ends with a dead cat, trust me. Yeah,
if you.

Speaker 3 (10:40):
If you uh yeah, if you're out with somebody and
everything like that, And then she mentions, yeah, I was
talking to your mom. Wait a second, and you know
my mom? Why do you know my mom?

Speaker 2 (10:49):
This is weird.

Speaker 5 (10:50):
Okay, well, let me tell you how this went down.
So I saw your credit card at the store.

Speaker 2 (10:55):
I'd enjoy the.

Speaker 3 (10:56):
Book club that your mom is in.

Speaker 2 (10:58):
You're twenty three year old woman.

Speaker 1 (11:00):
You're in a book club with a bunch of sixty
four year olds.

Speaker 3 (11:03):
Why I like to read, pretending you want to read
the Bridges of Madison County so you can get to
meet this old woman.

Speaker 2 (11:13):
That is going too far?

Speaker 3 (11:15):
God, dang it.

Speaker 1 (11:16):
I had.

Speaker 3 (11:18):
She was actually a student of mine when I was
teaching a class, and she showed up at my apartment
one time, the car so close to me, with a
card and some flowers and everything like that. And yeah,
it was exactly one of those if she had been
I mean, there were plenty of other students in my class,
so that if they had shown up with the garden
flowers would have been awesome, But not this person. And

so it's either awesome or it's you're a freaking psycho.
And then she came in and sat on my couch
and cried and cried and cried about how she just
had some dental work done and she thought I was
the right one for her and all.

Speaker 2 (11:52):
This stuff, and it was so horrible.

Speaker 6 (11:54):
This is a real story.

Speaker 2 (11:56):
Oh yeah, heck, cats are real, sir.

Speaker 1 (11:58):
I'm sorry you had to work and that factors into
that's fun of her mind.

Speaker 7 (12:04):
She was upset about her teeth being cleaned.

Speaker 6 (12:06):
Jack, I had this root canell and I love you.

Speaker 3 (12:08):
She'd had her wisdom teeth thinking out, and she's sitting
there on my couch. I don't remember how she got
in my apartment. I have vague memories of this. The
part I remember the most on counter or he let
her in. I think my roommate did, okay. I think
she said that she was a student in my class,
and he led her anyway. I come home and she
sitting on that couch and she's holding her jaw and
crying about her wisdom teeth to getting taken out, and

thought we had a special connection.

Speaker 6 (12:32):
And she must have must have still been the drugs,
maybe hopefully.

Speaker 3 (12:37):
But then again, it's just like I was saying, if
she had been, some of the other students would have been.
This is fantastic. But so the difference is either awesome.
There's not a lot in between. It's either awesome or
you're a psycho, which is unfortunate.

Speaker 2 (12:53):
Why that story is so odd.

Speaker 1 (12:55):
Having had a fair amount of uh dental work oral surgery,
my wisdom teeth removed right after my wisdom.

Speaker 2 (13:00):
Teeth are removed.

Speaker 1 (13:01):
Sheryl Tigues could have climbed down off the poster that
I may have had on my wall and offered to
violate the laws of God and Man with me, and
I'd have had to turn her down. So that was
one confused chick.

Speaker 2 (13:13):
Yeah oof.

Speaker 7 (13:17):
In college, I had a girl. She was following me
around with flowers, and she kept complaining about her laser
eye surgery. Well, I guess that's it.
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