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April 12, 2024 60 mins

Why do we make watching The Masters, the biggest golf tournament of the year, so difficult to watch? Russell Wilson thinks he's responsible for Patrick Mahomes being a quarterback in the NFL and texts from Justin are back. Plus Lunchbox has some really bad news for Sore Losers Nation! 

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Speaker 1 (00:02):
Nope, there we are.

Speaker 2 (00:04):
Go ahead and started. Man, let's not even waste time.
Just hit it, Arnold you hear?

Speaker 1 (00:09):
Okay, Well we're firing right out of the gun, Canon Ray,
and today's climate not a good reference, I mean.

Speaker 2 (00:20):
Especially when you. I mean, it's just hard because some
of us have already played four or five holes and
now we're teeing off on number one again because we
ran out of time yesterday because of the rain delay.

Speaker 1 (00:30):
Yeah, we got a problem. Me and Beazer just got
a free bet, so we did JT posting. He's getting
absolutely walloped. He's about four over.

Speaker 2 (00:38):
What did you take him to win it?

Speaker 1 (00:40):
Yeah? We had to do a flyer try and make
five grand.

Speaker 2 (00:45):
You guys do the dumbest things I've ever heard. Justin
did the same thing.

Speaker 1 (00:49):
He took Homa guys trying to lead the thing right now.

Speaker 2 (00:52):
Well that's good.

Speaker 1 (00:53):
Stands to win five hundred, he said he might consider retirement.

Speaker 2 (00:56):
Yeah, wouldn't you rather win five hundred and then just
keep building on that instead to one shot five thousand?

Speaker 1 (01:02):
Yeah that makes sense.

Speaker 2 (01:03):
All right, let's go. Well it looks beautiful there though
today Man.

Speaker 1 (01:07):
I want to go to the Masters sometimes. Arnold you
will never be better than us and go to the Masters.

Speaker 2 (01:14):
He actually, he actually might.

Speaker 1 (01:16):
I want to have a park miss on a five
dollar beer.

Speaker 2 (01:20):
Guys, can we see that? Stop seeing the stupid ass menu?

Speaker 1 (01:23):
We get it. Corn dogs suck them down for two dollars.
You can get a Glizzi for a dollar. You can
get a missile for four. You can get a pigs
in a blanket with a suck down cheese sauce for five.
We understand prices are low.

Speaker 2 (01:36):
We understand they keep the same prices every time at
the Masters. They have not changed the prices for hot dogs, beers, cokes, whatever, peanuts.
I don't know what all they sell, but they've kept
them the same price for the last fifty years. Every year.
We do not need the same freaking story.

Speaker 1 (01:56):
How much is a condom? Arnold? Shut up? Why would
you be buying one of those at the Masters?

Speaker 2 (02:01):
You had to buy those across the street.

Speaker 1 (02:04):
All right, we gotta do it live. We oh the one, two, three?
Sore losers? What up? Everybody?

Speaker 2 (02:13):
I am lunchbox. I know the most about sports, so
I'll give the sports facts my sports opinions, because I'm
pretty much a sports genius.

Speaker 1 (02:21):
Y'all. It's sison, Ray Mundo. I'm from the North, Michigan.
To be exact, I'm an alpha male, live on the
north side of Nashville. Now from the north, live on
the north. Very interesting how that worked out. In life,
everything comes full circle. We do have crops, we have
where ranchers, where farmers still planting sison. Hopefully it'll be
harvest sison. I believe that's in the fall, and then

it'll be after summer season, and then hopefully it'll be
be a good haul man over to you, Homa on
and two on the Park five. I thought you said
something else. Nope.

Speaker 2 (02:55):
Uh, but it's gonna be a long putt long putt.
And I gotta say, what year is twenty twenty four?

Speaker 1 (03:02):
Right? I don't know, man. I just got an email
from Scuba Steve. He said something. He's screwing up his dates.
He said, Lady A came in in October of twenty
twenty four, So Scuba, I guess, is five months ahead
of the rest of the world.

Speaker 2 (03:15):
That's pretty impressive.

Speaker 1 (03:16):
I know that is real. Holy shit, dude.

Speaker 2 (03:19):
Now my question is why can we not just have
the entire Masters on TV? Why is it not twenty
twenty four where I can just turn on the TV
and watch the Masters when it starts on Thursday morning
and watch it all day Thursday Friday morning it starts.
I can just watch it on TV. Why do I
have to go to Themasters dot Com, click on a

couple of squares download, just put it all on TV.

Speaker 1 (03:45):
It was on for me yesterday late late.

Speaker 2 (03:48):
But I'm saying is it doesn't start till what two
o'clock in the afternoon Central time, so everybody that tees
off in the morning, you don't get to see them golf.
This is the biggest tournament of the year.

Speaker 1 (04:01):
But they're driving rev to the website revenue, right.

Speaker 2 (04:06):
I understand, but why make it more difficult to consume
your product?

Speaker 1 (04:11):
WHOA we are using business terms? Ray, what's the r O?
You know what I'm saying you A crew.

Speaker 2 (04:17):
I had to get out the wife's computer, go to
the website, connect it to the TV, put it on
the TV so I could watch some of the golf.
It was so annoying.

Speaker 1 (04:27):
It's also clear search histories, buddies. I learned that the
hard way pulled up the old laptop on the TV. WHOA,
why was that on there? I did not go to
that website. Ah, what is it? Master dot com? Sorry
you had to see that, beser.

Speaker 2 (04:41):
You went to master blast dot com.

Speaker 1 (04:50):
Ray, you don't want to figure thumb that that website
address wrong.

Speaker 2 (04:54):
But let me tell you, dude, space sucks. Where when
speed was good at golf? Dustin Johnson remember when he
was relevant?

Speaker 1 (05:02):
He sucks.

Speaker 2 (05:02):
Hey, go over to live and live your best life,
but you are terrible at golf.

Speaker 1 (05:07):
Ah, God, dude, is awfu? What about Freddie Couples? Man?
They let you out of the nursing home. But that's
a low blow.

Speaker 2 (05:15):
Can I say? I do like to see the old
guy out there competing.

Speaker 1 (05:19):
I know.

Speaker 2 (05:19):
I mean, he's not gonna win. He's not very good.
He's old. He can't hit it as far I get it.
But it is still pretty cool how he sits there
and he lines it up and he takes it real
serious and he makes a putt and he waves the crowd.
I'm like, man, I kind of like seeing that dude there.

Speaker 1 (05:32):
Does he play from the same tease?

Speaker 2 (05:34):

Speaker 1 (05:35):
Okay, so that actually is pretty impressive then.

Speaker 2 (05:38):

Speaker 1 (05:39):
In Vegas it was spot on. They had him at
plus fifty thousand. I mean, you put one dollar down,
you'd have been a millionaire essentially five dollars down. Yeah,
and he's playing like that. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (05:48):
And I enter those you know, golf pools where you
pick five golfers, different tiers, whatever.

Speaker 1 (05:54):
No, man, you don't strike me as the guy that
does squares winners a bracket.

Speaker 2 (06:00):
Yeah, it's like with a bunch of buddies. And so
of course I have Brooks Koepka sucking.

Speaker 1 (06:07):
Is he plus? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (06:08):
He is plus Jdeki Matsiyama plus four?

Speaker 1 (06:11):
Like, what the hell are you doing? Guys? See the
Waama thought you were. You were playing so well. Both
of both of those surprised me. Matts Yama has been
hotter in shit, he's been great. And you and me
saw Keopka yesterday or a day before hitting driving range balls.
Oh my, he was pinpoint.

Speaker 2 (06:26):
Pinpoint everyone two hundred yards two hundred yards, two hundred yards,
two hundred yards. The ground starts. Suck, Yeah, suck.

Speaker 1 (06:35):
It's looking like d Shambo Scheffler trending in that direction.
I I don't care who wins. I got flyers out,
but it'll be a good one. It's it's great to
see these guys golfing again. We get to see Tiger.
I haven't seen Deshambo hit a golf ball in eight months.

Speaker 2 (06:51):
I still haven't because you know why I couldn't see
him on yesterday because he was the early round, so
you didn't see him on TV. Still haven't seen d
Schambeau it.

Speaker 1 (07:00):
Well, you know you can go on YouTube and see
every one of his hits.

Speaker 2 (07:03):
Yeah, I'm not really into that. I like to watch
it live. I don't want to watch a replay highlights
if I can, but I didn't see any highlights last night.
But I will say, yeah, they.

Speaker 1 (07:12):
Probably don't have exclusive rights to show him on ESPN.

Speaker 2 (07:14):
Tiger looked fine yesterday morning. He was minus one this morning. Dude,
he looks like he's been in three car wrecks.

Speaker 1 (07:24):
Low blow.

Speaker 2 (07:25):
Uh, he like, I get it, because you have all
day to get warmed up yesterday. You haven't played any golf.
Your stretch a lot this morning. He had to be
out there at the buck crack of dawn and I
was watching him. Dude, wasn't He wasn't moving as well.
He didn't look as loose. He didn't look like he
could twist and turn, and the walk looked a little
bit like labored more than yesterday. I I think Tiger

is only going to play the Masters and the Majors
and that's probably it.

Speaker 1 (07:53):
Yeah, I would agree with that and us dude, remember
you always get ambitious making early tea time with your boys.
Oh my god, on a Saturday. Oh so stupid, the
worst idea, because you love golf. We love golf at
one pm. We love it at four pm. But wait
until you get so ambitious you plug one for seven am,
like me and Justin did one time.

Speaker 2 (08:11):
Alma missed the eagle putt. He's now got about a
seven footer for birdie.

Speaker 1 (08:15):
Justin will be happy. And me and Justin are out
there with a guy named Jimmy who doesn't crack a
smile or drink anything in his coffee, and you'll realize
that maybe golf isn't the best at seven am. It's
more of a time of day sport.

Speaker 2 (08:27):
Golf is very dependent on when you booked that tea time,
because when you have to wake up before the sun
is out to get there and you're like one of
the first few people and you got the dew on
the ground and your shoes get all wet because it's
kind of wet swamp sneakers not as enjoyable. But the
one good thing is the pace of play is you

can fly through a round because there's no one stopping you.

Speaker 1 (08:52):
That's right.

Speaker 2 (08:53):
It's not too crowded. It's just the fact that you
got up super early to get there. Tiger Woods plus
one putting for Birdie on the seton part five. Second
in the second round, he's bending now. Oh, man, I
don't know if he's gonna be able to get back up.

Speaker 1 (09:08):
Stuart Scott, Oh, he's.

Speaker 2 (09:09):
Back up now. I'm Shane Bacon. I don't know if
you've been listening, but I'm gonna tell you. I want
to give a shout out to Shane Bacon from Longview, Texas. No, actually,
Mars Marshall, Texas. Sorry nailed it got confused there. Marshall, Texas.
Dude is phenomenal. I was watching him online yesterday and
he was doing the broadcasting with I don't know who
else he was with, but they were pretty funny. They

talked to like regular dudes and they're like, ooh, if
you had that on your Bengo card or you know
what I mean. Like they would compliment be like, well,
that was a terrible shot. What was he you know,
it's not more like it's not oh Tiger oh so
left it in short?

Speaker 1 (09:45):
Who was good?

Speaker 2 (09:46):
Shane Bacon, he's the announcer who gives a sorry. Well,
someone's gonna have to replace Verne Lundquist. Vern is retiring
after this year. And I tell you I met Vern
lun quiz.

Speaker 1 (09:58):
Wait does Vern do the Masters? That Nance? It's Sunday?

Speaker 2 (10:02):
Well Nance is is he still doing the Masters?

Speaker 1 (10:05):
Dude? I'm telling you, With all these different streaming services
and my wife's playing a podcast, I got most stuff
on mute until I'm in my car that I'm listening
to podcasts. I don't really know the voices of events anymore.

Speaker 2 (10:16):
Well, I tried to turn it on the TV yesterday
on ESPN and they were like.

Speaker 1 (10:20):
Oh, don't do that, that's gonna be Scott van Pelt
jacketed off with Phil Nance.

Speaker 2 (10:25):
They were like, welcome to the Masters. I'm like, all right, great,
and they're interviewing Troy Aateman and I'm sorry, I'm like,
I don't care about Troy Aiman. Can I get to
the golf? When are we gonna get to the golf?

Speaker 1 (10:36):
Did you see Jelly roll in Butler Cabin? What I
don't know if it was a fake picture or something.
Dodd sent it to me. It was jelly Roll, Scott
Van Pelt and Phil Simms or Jim Nance. Why does
jelly Roll get in the cabin? And people said wrong
captions only, And somebody said, two guys that are addicted
to percocet and their dealer, why is Kelly rolling?

Speaker 2 (11:00):
Butler Caviy got his badass if he is. But so
I'm watching it in their interviewing Troy Aikman, right, and
I'm like, all right, cool, cool, And they go to commercial.
I'm like, well, okay, they did an interview, didn't show
me one second of golf. Cool, all right, go Cowboys. Uh,
let me sit here. And he's talking about how it's
just great his second career. He has a good team
around him, just like when he played for the Cowboys.

Speaker 1 (11:20):
They talked Cowboys.

Speaker 2 (11:21):
Well, he just he was talking about his announcing career.
He's like, you know, They're like, all right, we'll be
right back after this. I'm like, all right, cool, cool man,
the Cowboys, let's watch Let's watch some golf. And they
come back from commercial and they're doing a piece on
Verne Lung quiz.

Speaker 1 (11:36):
There's Amanda kone Is. She's got her hand out snapping him.

Speaker 2 (11:41):
And I'm like, well, wait, is Vern retiring? I don't really,
And they're showing him from back in the day, and
I'm like, I've met that dude before. That's kind of crazy.
I was at a charity event in Austin and this
dude is sitting in a chair waiting for the charity
event to start, like outside, and I was like, me
and this dude, John are like, dude, but Danny no,
John Hale, and we looked at each other and we're like, dude,

that looks just like Verne Lundquiz. That's freaking crazy. Thirty
minutes later, I go to him, I said, John, I asked,
that's Verne lun Quiz. Yeah, And so me and John
went and talked to him and we were like, dude,
you are amazing. I mean, it's so freaking cool to
meet you. Shook his hand. I don't remember if we
got a pick. If we did, John never send it

to me. Then we walked away.

Speaker 1 (12:27):
Man, you always remember those when you don't get to pick. Yeah,
always get to pick.

Speaker 2 (12:33):
So anyway, they were doing a piece on Vern Lundquist
and I'm like okay, and they get done with the
little piece on Verne Lunquiz. I'm like, all right, now
they're gonna show me some golf. They're like, we'll be
right back.

Speaker 1 (12:43):
A man walked to Augusta. That report next, what about
some golf?

Speaker 2 (12:48):
Well that's the problem. So then I look at the
guide and it says welcome to the lead up to
Augusta and I'm like, oh, so they're not sure. That's
when I found out that they hold thing is not
on TV and I had to go online to watch
until they went live on TV. And I was like,
why can it not just be on TV? Why did
they not? They had me tricked because they were sitting

there doing interview something and oh there must not be
a lot of players on the course right now. There's
no action. I don't know, but damn I wasted twenty
minutes watching two pieces Troy Aigman, Vern Lundquist saw no golf.

Speaker 1 (13:22):
Well props to them. They have quite the technology. You
can see every shot from every guy on Masters dot Com.
Hate to promote the site we're criticizing.

Speaker 2 (13:29):
No, No, I just don't.

Speaker 1 (13:30):
Like you wanted to see Homa, you would just click
on it. It shows every shot of his but not live
five seconds behind. But you can also then click and
watch live.

Speaker 2 (13:40):
Oh well, yeah, it says my group. Who is my group?

Speaker 1 (13:45):
Some they have their feature groups. You can maybe do
select players.

Speaker 2 (13:49):
Oh maybe I can select players. I want to be
in that group.

Speaker 1 (13:51):
Yeah, unless your laptop's banging. You got a new Apple rocking.
I mean, dude, it sucks. I want it on TV.

Speaker 2 (13:57):
I just want it on TV. I don't want to
have to have the computer plugged into the TV. I
don't want to have to go to download an app
pay for it. Paramount Plus, I bet they have a
damn app. I bet they have an app on the TV.
You can click in and just watch the whole thing.
I guarrant I'll figure it out today. Well, I know
Paramount plus had some If you went to Paramount Plus
you could do it.

Speaker 1 (14:14):
I'm thinking Masters has an app, because now TVs are
all about apps, and then you just click on that
app and then you'll go to it and see it. Right,
there's no way Masters want you to stream it from
your computer onto the TV.

Speaker 2 (14:27):
That can probably, right, That can't be. They probably have
to have an app. Yeah, and my question is, wouldn't
they just make more money. Shouldn't ESPN just pony up
the money to say, hey, we'll have it on all
freaking day. They would make so much more. I mean,
it would be so much easier. You would get higher ratings,
more people would watch it, said to me, Click through here,
click on this group, click on that God.

Speaker 1 (14:47):
But it was good, Shane Bacon. He did a great job.
I hate man all the years I missed. I didn't
watch the Masters until it was fucking late in life, Dude,
I missed twenty years of Masters.

Speaker 2 (14:58):
No. My roommate, John John Hodges, He's the one that
got me into it in college. He was just he
was a golf and nattic. He was really good at golf,
and he was the one that got me into golf.
His favorite golfer was David Duvall.

Speaker 1 (15:11):
Hey, man, let me see that putter.

Speaker 2 (15:13):
And it was cool when Tiger Woods was coming up
to the first tea yesterday, or he hits it and
then he's walking and I'm pretty sure Shane Bacon says, Man,
we got to appreciate this because Tiger is not going
to do this for the rest of our lives. We're
not going to get to see Tiger tee it up
here to Augusta. So we enjoy it a few last
times we get to see it. That sound is so good.

Speaker 1 (15:36):
Into the woods.

Speaker 2 (15:37):
No, no, he hit it in the fair one.

Speaker 1 (15:39):
And also his logo sucks.

Speaker 2 (15:41):
Yeah, I don't really like it.

Speaker 1 (15:42):
Go back to Nike. Oh it looks like a skin
to Puma.

Speaker 2 (15:47):
I mean it does.

Speaker 1 (15:48):
It doesn't sit right, it doesn't fills as bad fills
his I don't know, Phil, this is himself raising his
arms up.

Speaker 2 (15:55):
I don't even know if they showed Phil on TV yesterday.

Speaker 1 (15:57):
Phills about even, isn't he I don't know.

Speaker 2 (15:59):
They didn't show he one time. But I will say
Jason Day, whatever clothing sponsor he has, it makes him
look like he weighs four hundred pounds. The bag, the
pants are like balloon pants.

Speaker 1 (16:11):
Right, but the balloon pants are popular. Oh they're back
in La not on the golf course. Uh.

Speaker 2 (16:16):
And the shirt he was wearing, it was just like
a weird I don't know. Maybe he has gained weight.
Maybe he's and so that's why he's wearing the puffiness.

Speaker 1 (16:24):
Ray. We are all carrying it a little bit more now.

Speaker 2 (16:27):
But for it, I'm just saying the Jason day clothing.
It was not it was not my style. I didn't
understand it.

Speaker 1 (16:33):
Of all the golf to be seen, and you were
assessing the clothing.

Speaker 2 (16:36):
Well, they were the featured groat group. Man, Yeah, you
just you just commented on Tiger's logo. I've been telling
Justin all day.

Speaker 1 (16:44):
Go with the guy that has more letters in his
name than Nut sacks On beyond young on guys, hotter
and shit, man, watch out, watch out for him on Sundays.
He may be the one to watch. And also remember
there's regression.

Speaker 2 (16:59):
So you saw this sh so he's gonna have a
bad day today. He can't.

Speaker 1 (17:03):
I hate to have a not a better adjective.

Speaker 2 (17:06):
Oh dangame. Pavaughn is doing great, Cam Young is great.
Hold on, just stand down for a second. So, uh Deshambo,
hotter and shit. Okay, he's gonna regress. I'm telling you
this's how golf works. Also, Scheffler, he's gonna regress. He's
hotter and ghit.

Speaker 1 (17:21):
You know. So then you're gonna have all these guys
bunched up. That's when you want the young young as
you got McElroy he's in the hunt. Speth, he's sold
Kopka is sold as well. So I'm telling you you're
not gonna it's not gonna be the Masters. And what
it does is it breaks posting.

Speaker 2 (17:39):
Posting is plus four through number six, just.

Speaker 1 (17:42):
So you know, well, he's he's tough to predict and
it's a long shot and that's why it's a flyer.
But what I'm saying about the Masters is I believe
it'll be a close tournament. And don't get too high
on the guys that are in the lead right now.
If your guys in the middle at the Masters, I
think he's fine. Perfect right now. If you've got a
guy at minus one, I know everybody's in pools minus one,

minus two, minus three, you're perfect because those guys aren't
gonna go up to too much of them more of
a lead. Where is Keepka, Dude, he's in the pluses.
You gotta scroll down.

Speaker 2 (18:13):
Well, I mean I'm scrolling. I don't see him anymore.

Speaker 1 (18:15):
Yeah, he was doing too many of those firecrackers on
his wife's tits. Dude, he wasn't playing enough golf.

Speaker 2 (18:22):
I mean, check the video. I thought Kepka was gonna
be awesome, and he is. I don't even see him
on the other he is he's at zero, he's at even.

Speaker 1 (18:32):
But also it doesn't bode well. I root for my
friends to make money, but Justin is just blowing me.
Here we go, Can we do? Text from Justin?

Speaker 2 (18:40):
Yeah, one, two, three, Right after the break, Justin joining
the pod. Let's hear it.

Speaker 1 (18:47):
I'm rooting. The reason I root for Justin on this
is because it's about money. It's not about a favorite team.
Favorite team don't care. I root against friends.

Speaker 2 (18:54):
And my updates are going to be coming few and
far between because my battery on my computer has just
flashed to low. I am at ten percent, so I
got ten percent, and then you will have no more
masters talk from me.

Speaker 1 (19:05):
Uh, this is what I'm getting from Justin. This isn't
going to be an interesting segment. Drive your car. If
you're a truck driver, hit it, do something, honk your horn,
Homa five under through sixteen, first round, carry over, Thanks respectfully.
And then I said what I already told you, always

pick a guy with less letters in his name than
nutsacks on thanks, And he said, wait.

Speaker 2 (19:31):
No, no, that's not even accurate. He only has one nutsack,
he has two letters.

Speaker 1 (19:34):
I know I should have worded that differently, yeh, because
there's something to be said about a guy with a
really short last name. You know what I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (19:42):
It's you, Yeah, d Chambeau pretty short like Scheffler short
on might be the shortest last name in the history
of his HOMA. It's minus six through the.

Speaker 1 (19:52):
Short last name.

Speaker 2 (19:54):
Yeah, pavaan short last name. He is minus four through four.

Speaker 1 (19:59):
And here we go back to text with Justin. He
said make it six under respectively. And I said, how
much you stand to win or I'm not even talking
about this? And then that's when he said five hundred
and fifty dollars. It was a free ten dollars. Bet
had to take a flyer. He got him at fifty
five to one, now at nine hundred to one, and
I said, that's actually impressive, respectfully.

Speaker 2 (20:19):
It was at fifty five to one. Now it's at
nine hundred to one. I don't think it went down.

Speaker 1 (20:22):
It was at fifty five hundred to one. Now it's
nine hundred to one. He goes, just bogie eighteen though,
and I said, great, I'm working thanks, and he said
so am I respectfully. This was this morning. Then I
said a picture of my monitor. I finally figured out
how to pull it up on the website. I watched
it all morning and I said, the Masters has made it. Oh,
delete all that. I said, the Masters has made its

way over live radio. My bad, bosses, my bad, And
Justin said, yes, I just notified Robert Bodes of this.
But he's all in on Homa. So hey, I mean,
Homa never broke. He's playing. Well, it's fun.

Speaker 2 (21:01):
Listen. It is awesome to see The Masters is so
freaking fun.

Speaker 1 (21:05):
It's good.

Speaker 2 (21:06):
I mean, I'm enjoying it.

Speaker 1 (21:08):
Every minute segment that was text well Justin from Justin
Probably as a radio guy, we should record those that
I could just click them so we never have to say.

Speaker 2 (21:17):
No, because you know what you always say. I can't
find it.

Speaker 1 (21:20):
No, people are trying to sabotage us because I had clips,
remember Simon Levive, They've all been deleted. There's one left.
This is the only one that's up here.

Speaker 3 (21:28):
I Coulchurch here, Simon LEVI, I help you doing well?

Speaker 1 (21:31):
Or I got mad at Eddie and deleted them all.

Speaker 2 (21:34):
Can you find them? Would they be in the system?

Speaker 1 (21:36):
Well, they archived that they delete forever.

Speaker 2 (21:42):
Can you like, can you like search us? He was
in there.

Speaker 1 (21:47):
What would they have been titled? I don't know.

Speaker 2 (21:49):
Private jet. Here you go, I'll help them with my
private jet.

Speaker 1 (21:53):
They'll all be in the same order. So I'm gonna search, Simon,
and I'll tell you if they've been deleted.

Speaker 2 (21:56):
Oh man, come on, do it so God, because they're
gonna be in the same number. The cart number is
gonna be the same. It's gonna be I.

Speaker 1 (22:05):
Had no idea you knew this much about radio.

Speaker 2 (22:07):
The cart number and then the zero zero one, zero
zero two.

Speaker 3 (22:11):
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how you do guys, I'm in big trouble. Listen my
enemies Bovada. I put a dollar on it because Ray
said to look it up. Now they want me, they
want me, they want me to take it to the bank.
Open my private JITs. We are going to a room
by my friend and will land up and listen. Sore

losers Nation for life.

Speaker 1 (22:35):
Okay, it's saved forever.

Speaker 2 (22:36):
Oh my god.

Speaker 1 (22:37):
Luckily I was able to search it.

Speaker 2 (22:39):
Thank you.

Speaker 1 (22:39):
I drug it over.

Speaker 2 (22:40):
We are good, thank you. But we had to cut
that back up.

Speaker 1 (22:42):
Into yeah, yeah, I'll get Arnold on it. No, I'm
not doing it. It's the freaking weekend. Ready to house
sees some fun. Okay, next segment, Coach let's segue, man,
hell of a silence.

Speaker 2 (22:52):
No, no, we're gonna go to an email.

Speaker 1 (22:54):
Oh let me hit Arnold hit that for me.

Speaker 3 (22:58):
I hit it with that.

Speaker 2 (23:01):
Hey, Coachers, longtime listener. I know we can't meet up anymore.
Considering the last guy that came in. I'm not sure
what happened, but I'm reaching out because I'm coming down
in May for a bachelor trip and I was wondering
what there was to do outside of Broadway. Like I said,
I've been listening to the Big Show since I was seventeen.
I'm twenty seven now. I've been listening to you guys
since you started. I'm a silent listener, but probably have

heard every show. I'm not a trucker.

Speaker 1 (23:28):
It's sent one text message.

Speaker 2 (23:31):
But I am a drywaller. That's not a drywaller. Please
let me know, Nathaniel Coombs.

Speaker 1 (23:41):
Uh, well, let me tell you, Nathaniel.

Speaker 3 (23:43):

Speaker 1 (23:44):
Nashville is a great city. Lunch and I just went
to Fifth and B. It's the assembly food that's still Broadway.

Speaker 2 (23:50):
He said, outside of Broadway. Hey, let me tell you, man,
it's not bachelor party. But the listening room is phenomenal.
The listening room is great.

Speaker 1 (23:58):
So what you get there is song riders that'll play
the songs and it's it's quiet. It's more of a
sit down. They have food, you have a couple of drinks,
and it's just I mean, dude, sometimes Casey Musgraves will
show up.

Speaker 2 (24:09):
Yeah, it's a great place, but you got to buy
your tickets in advance. The listening room would be my suggestion.
I don't know what else you're looking for, but I
don't know why, Nathaniel, I mean maybe whiskey Tour Kentucky.
Jack Daniels, Well that's like an hour and a half.
I mean that's not even close.

Speaker 1 (24:23):
But outside of Broadway, how far Florida? Want to go
to the coast?

Speaker 2 (24:27):
That's hey, Alabama's got some great beaches. Thirty eight.

Speaker 1 (24:32):
Recommend him another place.

Speaker 2 (24:34):
Hey, Tunic is only three and a half hours away. Now, hey,
you can drive up the right up the road and
go to the mint right there. Yeah, not over in Kentucky.

Speaker 1 (24:45):
Holy hell, that's actually a good idea for this weekend.

Speaker 2 (24:48):
Oh what do you got going this weekend?

Speaker 1 (24:50):
Nothing? We're dude. What we realize is if you don't
have hired help, and I don't know if you do,
or you don't like a cleaner, a butler, stuff like that.

Speaker 2 (24:59):
Yeah, yeah, I got a Yeah, I got a butler man.
Yeah it like slop. Hell yeah, I mean, have you
seen my house? You want me to take a video
of my house and you tell me what butler is?
That is a butler, that's someone like cooks. No, some
of these shows I watch, I know, that's what I'm saying.
They have a butler.

Speaker 1 (25:16):
Brother in charm the lady the one Lady of one.

Speaker 2 (25:18):
Uh does the butler do it all?

Speaker 1 (25:20):
Yeah, she's like a Vanderbilt or something, Patricia. But yes,
a butler makes their drinks, does their laundry, get some food,
helps them get up ready in the morning.

Speaker 2 (25:29):
Oh god, that'd be awesome. Yeah yeah, yeah. I was
watching Amazing Race last night. I'm one episode behind, but
I just I want to know what happened, Like, why
we've gone back to How did you just.

Speaker 1 (25:40):
Jump from that from me saying what I was going
to do this weekend?

Speaker 2 (25:42):
Well, you started talking about reality shows, jump.

Speaker 1 (25:44):
To Amazing Race. Just let me say this one thing.
It's so important. Me and Baser just realized if you
don't have hired help, I mean pretty much every day
and then in the weekend, you really got to clean
and do something to your house or it's gonna fall apart.
I don't even know.

Speaker 2 (26:00):
Here's the thing. You're at one hundred percent right, I
don't know when is the right time to clean the
house because I get done with work, you know, and
everybody's like, oh, your job's so easy, but you're still
tired after talking and being on for four or five
six hours whatever, you know, and then we do this podcast,
so you're tired, so you go home, honey, I'm not on,

no jokes, and you want to relax. But that's your
time that you're supposed to be cleaning because the kids
aren't there. M you have a couple hour window when
the kids aren't home to clean, because you can't clean
when the kids are there. But then because you want
to play with them, you want to have fun and
enjoy him and run around, so oh, it's not gonna
get cleaned. Then the weekends, you sure as hell ain't

cleaning because the kids are home all the time and
it's just trying to stay alive and survive, and they
want to play this and play that and do this,
and go here and go there and go birthday party
and take it.

Speaker 1 (26:50):
Can't do it then, so when the hell do you clean?
So on the weekend, you're just trying to survive in advance,
just like the March Madness tournament.

Speaker 2 (26:57):
Well be cause you have to keep it on schedule
because you got oh you got a birthday party over here.
They were gonna go to the park at this time.
We're meeting these people to go eat at this time.

Speaker 1 (27:06):
Honey, I'm in my bunker. It's on the couch. Bring
me some more silver bullets.

Speaker 2 (27:10):
It's a lot of chaos. It's a lot of chaos.
And then, like yesterday, one of the kids was sick.
The youngest was sick, so he stayed home and I
put him down for a nap and I go back
to doing whatever I'm doing, watching the Masters or whatever.
And after his nap, he comes upstairs and he's like,

I sleep in brother's bed.

Speaker 1 (27:34):
I'm like, what translation, And he goes, I.

Speaker 2 (27:37):
Sleep in brother's bed and peepee because I took his
dip off because I'm trying to teach him how to
go pee in the potty, and so I was like, hey,
you're gonna not have a dibron during nap. Just don't pee,
Just don't pee until I wake you up.

Speaker 1 (27:52):
You gotta put down some tart man as well. I'm like,
you've got in your brother's bed. I go down there.

Speaker 2 (27:58):
Sure enough, he had climbed out of his crib and
climbed up the bunk bend to his brother's bed.

Speaker 1 (28:04):
Smart and Casey waterfalled. Bro's got a deal with this.

Speaker 2 (28:07):
Slept pissed all up in his brother's bed.

Speaker 1 (28:11):
It sounds like college man.

Speaker 2 (28:15):
What was crazy is it was just like a little
drop of pee where he was sleeping, and I think
that's what woke him up. And he was like, oh no,
I got a pee. And then as he was getting
out of the bed, like right at the edge of
the bed, he peed all over the bed.

Speaker 1 (28:30):
What is it? A crime scene? It was?

Speaker 2 (28:32):
And I was like, damn, trying to wash it, and
so I did.

Speaker 1 (28:36):
A chalk outline, honey.

Speaker 2 (28:37):
So he was still in the dryer when the older
one got home yesterday and he was like, why'd you
wash my sheets again? Because I had washed them the
day before, because it was just time to wash them.
And I was like, now you're an accessory to the crime.
I said, oh, I didn't rise, they'd already been washed.
He was like, oh okay. Because I couldn't tell him.

Speaker 1 (28:52):
You played the dumb card. I couldn't, so instead of
telling him what happened now, he's like, my dad's a yes,
my dad up an idiot because you can't.

Speaker 2 (29:03):
You can't tell him that his younger brother pissed in
his bed because it would have been all hell break loose.

Speaker 1 (29:09):
Mommy dad washed blankets twice in a row. How getting
dumb is he? Yeah?

Speaker 2 (29:14):
And that's like my four year old. He another day
comes up to me and he's like, dada, dada, I
need to get new underwear. This underwear is too tight.

Speaker 1 (29:23):
You want to try on my whities?

Speaker 2 (29:25):
It doesn't fit anymore. It's it hurts to wear these
did you drop boy? And I look down and it's
he's got a woman's song. Nope, he's got a tempt.

Speaker 1 (29:43):
And I said, well, time to have the conversation with him.

Speaker 2 (29:46):
I looked at him, I said, and he goes Dad.
I mean, he's just these underwear an't gonna work anymore.
They hurt, they hurt.

Speaker 1 (29:52):
And I.

Speaker 2 (29:54):
Said no, No. I was like, here, we'll just take
the underwear off and we'll try to get in a
few minutes. Then about ten minutes later it's fine underwear fit.

Speaker 1 (30:04):
You want to try your dad's on. No.

Speaker 2 (30:06):
But anyway back to Nathaniel's email and Nathaniel, maybe we
can come have you on the pod. Dude, maybe you
want to come in on the pod. Let's know when
you're coming.

Speaker 1 (30:12):
Nah, well, Clay and Buck will be here that weekend.

Speaker 2 (30:15):
It didn't even say when.

Speaker 1 (30:16):
Dude, can you imagine lining it up where we have
somebody come in here with security with our morning show schedule.
Never in a million years would you be able to
within a thirty minute timeframe. I guarantee you wouldn't be
able to figure it out.

Speaker 2 (30:28):
I just said we may be able to work it
out if it's his I mean, what if it's his
bachelor party. Maybe that's his dream come true.

Speaker 1 (30:34):
Dude. You remember on the Bone Show back in the
day when we used to let bachelorette parties come to
the morning show. Yeah, that's pretty cool and they'd be
drinking mimosas.

Speaker 2 (30:41):
Yeah, that wouldn't have anymore. But anyway, back to the
amazing Racey sorry, So I want to know what happened
to the Amazing Race. Why are we not doing city
to city where they're running through airports?

Speaker 1 (30:52):
They're not.

Speaker 2 (30:53):
No, there's no airports, there's no flights. It's been such
a weird season where and they're going back to the
three teams leaving the first group. The second set of
three teams leave fifteen minutes after them. I want them
to leave when they arrive. Like, if you arrived at
nine to fifteen pm, you leave at nine fifteen am,

And if the other team was forty five minutes behind you,
there's still forty five minutes behind you. I don't know
what's going on.

Speaker 1 (31:19):
Yeah, I haven't watched dude. I was watching it. I
was actually addicted to it in college. I know it's
so good. I bought about twelve seasons bootleg. It's watched
them all. So I was heavily addicted a lot of
people to alcohol in college. Me was Amazing Race. And
big brother, let me say this, are we realizing that
Amazing Race? Maybe back in the day, I hate to
say it was a little fake. You're telling me these

teams just roll up to the airport and there's only
two spots left on the plane. Oh oh, there's one spot.
One more team can get on this spot.

Speaker 2 (31:52):
I think Amazing Race did that on purpose, where they
would make it difficult and they would reserve. They had
already paid for the three flight and knew the first
three teams would get there.

Speaker 1 (32:03):
Well, that is kind of fake. They didn't tell us that.
We just thought, but the teams didn't know that. They
didn't know.

Speaker 2 (32:10):
They just said, there's only a few there's a certain
amount of seats left on the first plane. You got
to get there.

Speaker 1 (32:14):
So that maybe isn't fake. It's just something they didn't tell.
They didn't tell us that third wall.

Speaker 2 (32:18):
Right, they had because you sense you can't take the
chance of just random strangers buying those plane tickets. And
then then I.

Speaker 1 (32:25):
Thought it was going to be a couple kids wanted
to party for a weekend in Belaruse and they took
the flights of the Amazing Race people.

Speaker 2 (32:31):
Right, But that wouldn't happen. I don't think that could happen,
got it. But what I'm saying is this season we've
been in Medaling, Colombia for like two and a half episodes.

Speaker 1 (32:39):
See what sucks if they're not showing the airports. That
was the best part.

Speaker 2 (32:42):
It's the best part. You have to make the decision.

Speaker 1 (32:45):
Because airports breed running a frantic, frenzied way of life,
and it's led to fights now terribly and sadly now
in today's society. But amazing race is the one that
created that frantic nature at the airport.

Speaker 2 (33:00):
And if you have the decision, oh my gosh, do
I take a flight that leaves an hour later but
it's direct or do I take and I'm gonna get
there an hour later? Or do I take the earlier
flight that has a connector and I'm gonna beat them
by two hours? And let me say this, more chances
for a delay.

Speaker 1 (33:16):
Have you had it where you've had to run in
the airport? Yes? Okay, we all say it's happened to
me on vacations, because sometimes we'll have a tight connecting
and you have no choice about it. Usually we Beazer
spreads it out, she never wants us to have a
tight connection, but vacation sometimes we don't have another choice
in the matter. But there are those times when you
have to run through an airport and you kind of
tell yourself, I hate that dude, how much adrenaline, And

how kind of awesome is it when you're running through
an airport trying to catch your flight.

Speaker 2 (33:43):
It's pretty fun.

Speaker 1 (33:44):
And that's amazing race that is so fun. Like your
baser kind is actually embarrassed. But dude, I think it's
bad ass when you have to run through the airport.

Speaker 2 (33:51):
I think it's fun. My wife hates it. She is
one that wants to be there two hours early. And
I am more.

Speaker 1 (33:55):
How funny would it be if we did a fake
if we did a flight somewhere together, not already planned?
So say we're going on a work iHeart Austin.

Speaker 2 (34:03):
Got it coming up in May fourth, get your tickets.
iHeartRadio dot Com.

Speaker 1 (34:08):
When you and me get into the Nashville airport, we
fake like we're in a hurry and we're on amazing race.
So we have to run through the airport and see it.
You know, whoever gets there first or whatever. But it's
a fake, amazing race.

Speaker 2 (34:22):
I love it. Or we start out, me and you
start out at the station and we have to take
separate ways to get there. We have to you just
say on your mark, gets that go and whoever gets
to the gate first wins.

Speaker 1 (34:32):
Bro. When I was in Chicago going to school. I
organized it with South Beach. I guess I didn't even
know Billy then and my friends. We had three teams
of two and we raced through Chicago and had to
take pictures of monuments and whoever made it first won
the game. Dude, what was the coolest thing I've ever done?

Speaker 2 (34:46):
One of the guys on this season, he is on
there with his mom and I don't know how his mom.
It's amazing like that she can do anything. She doesn't
even have a pack. He carries it all. And he's
this skinny nerdy dude, like real nerd. He used to
post amazing races in his city. He would put them
together and he would call for teams of two to
show up at like the supermarket, and he'd be like,

now you're gonna race throughout the city.

Speaker 1 (35:10):
Your journey starts.

Speaker 2 (35:11):
Now, good luck and go and he would do just
like Phil and then he these teams. I'm like, this
is unbelievable, dude. We rode the Maxixoma in First minus seven.

Speaker 1 (35:22):
We rode the train to Chicago and once you got
off the train, that's when it started. And one of
it you had to take a picture of Wrigley. You
had to take a Buckingham Fountain and a picture of
the United Center and then meet in. The final was
at Buckingham Fountain. You had to do Buckingham Fountain last
and then dude it I don't think I won. It
came down to it where one buddy was getting out

of a taxi see and dude, it was pretty lit.

Speaker 2 (35:45):
That is so for us just planning it. Dude, next convention, dude,
we do an amazing race. We do an amazing race
wherever we have it and at the end as a
cash prize of five hundred bucks.

Speaker 1 (35:59):
That would be fun. But I mean, I mean that
you've got people drinking on Broadway that they're at least
contained this way, we're gonna send out the sore losers
all over a city.

Speaker 2 (36:09):
Yeah, for five hundred bucks, I.

Speaker 1 (36:11):
Think you got to kind of contain them like animals.
Why do you think we planned all our stuff right
on Broadway so that we could keep our hands around them.
If we let them expand a west, there was no
way we'd have control of the nation. Don't you realize
we controlled the nation that whole weekend. None of them
went to jail, None of them pulled a wall and
threw a chair off of a rooftop.

Speaker 2 (36:30):
And you called it. We called it tourist attraction. Now
people are going to see the chair we called it
on this pod. I saw the dude carrying it back up.
It was just one bent leg on it. Yeah, so
it definitely still operates. So yeah, those are just my
questions about Amazing Race. Nothing to do with the podcast.
I have no idea. It was just a random thought.
When you said housewise, it made me think of reality TV,
And no one probably cares because I don't think a

lot of people watch Amazing Race anymore. But I do.
I still love it, and we'll take a break.

Speaker 1 (37:00):
Thirty six and not saying that it's you never should
yell at your wife or your girlfriend. You should never
hit a woman. You should never yell at her.

Speaker 2 (37:11):
You should never hit a man either. Hear that, lady,
that happens.

Speaker 1 (37:14):
But dude, sometimes when the yelling would happen on the
Amazing Race, when when a dude would yell at his
chick or a chick would yell at Actually there was
a couple where the girl maybe like season four, she
always yelled at her guy. Dude, that's the funniest parts
of it. When you're on a trip with your wife
and you're in public and your wife yelled at you. Dude,
it's kind of funny because you're confused. There's nothing funnier

than that. When your wife yelled at you. You on
a trip and you're like in a stressful situation. That's
real life.

Speaker 2 (37:44):
Yes, that's uh.

Speaker 1 (37:46):
It was.

Speaker 2 (37:46):
There was a season. The dude's name, I think his
wife's name was Victoria. Oh my god, I'm had to
look him up. He screamed at her the entire time,
and she would cry on the mat like every time,
and it was so uncomfortable to watch, but it was

so entertaining. I am Victoria, Victoria, Victoria, Amazing Race yelling husband.
Let's see, that's his name, Jonathan of Amazing Races. I'm
not an abusive husband. Despite a reprimand from the producers.

This is back in two thousand and four. Man saw
that one.

Speaker 1 (38:34):
Probably that's it there he is, I nailed it. That's
the guy. Let's see what his name? What her name is?

Speaker 2 (38:41):
Jonathan Baker isn't a reality villain, he just plays one
on TV, so claims the Amazing Race contestant who insists
he's not an abusive husband. He seems to be on
the reality program.

Speaker 1 (38:52):
Wow, dude, do you want to make your chick mad
when you're going on a vacation. Oh, that's actually it,
actual TikTok. That's what gave me the idea where the
family fakes, like the one kid lost his passport no,
and the dad flips out, Oh my god, dude, you
could easily pull it if you fill a buster. I'll
pull it up.

Speaker 2 (39:10):
Yeah, pull it up. I don't know anything you're talking about.
I mean, he would. Look, there's one time her name
was Victoria. I told you, I am. I remember the
stupidest things ever.

Speaker 1 (39:20):

Speaker 2 (39:21):
That's like one time my wife and I we were
going to Puerto Rico for vacation. Dang rich rich Yeah,
and uh I told her our flight was at like
eight thirty am. And she was like, listen, we need
to get to the airport two hours or this before
tsa pre check, I think. And she was like, you

don't understand how many business travelers travel on a weekday morning.
And I said, there is no way there's that many
people for an eight thirty am flight. And so I
won the argument, and we showed up at seven thirty
and the line was out the airport. The line was
out the airport, and I was just like, oh my god,

we're gonna miss our flight. And it's all my fault.
It's all my fault. We're gonna miss a flight. It's
my fault. And I am feeling terrible, Terrira Bull and
she is so pissed. And I had two beg people
in line to let us through, to go through the
security pay them no. I was just like, oh my god,
we're gonna miss our flight. Oh my god, we're gonna

miss our flight. We're going to Puerto Rico. I mean,
it's my fault. And they led us through. Then the
flight was delayed, so we had plenty of time.

Speaker 1 (40:32):
People are passing you. You're just chilling with a drink.

Speaker 2 (40:35):
I had a beer in my hand. I'm like and
they're like, you told me you And I was like, hey, delayed,
man delayed, delayed, delayed. But we made the flight. But
that was the one time I missed a flight. I've
missed multiple flights.

Speaker 1 (40:46):

Speaker 2 (40:48):
I missed the flight coming back from Chicago after my
grandma's funeral. My mom and I we just got there
too late. At the airport, Chicago airport. Oh, hair man,
it's a monster that one.

Speaker 1 (40:59):
Dude. There's a getting late feeling. But then there's also
I dropped my sister and Boomer off and they go, yeah,
you gotta here two hours early that there's no line whatsoever.
That's I and I probably thought there'd be an easter line.

Speaker 2 (41:10):
I'm sorry, I agree, I hate sorry, I hate the
sitting there in an airport. There is nothing worse than
being in an airport for multiple hour.

Speaker 1 (41:17):
Your boy had of there about two hours and forty
five minutes for their flight. Of course, here you go.
Here's his video. What is this from ten months ago?
It the kid fakes like he lost his passport, The
dad loses it, go where's the yes? What times our flight?
Four or fifteen?

Speaker 2 (41:36):
It says, do you not have your passport?

Speaker 1 (41:41):
I hope you're kidding. Okay, that's funny. You can't get
it to him, don't.

Speaker 2 (41:59):
Let's go.

Speaker 1 (42:01):
Dad's reaction? Are you kidding me?

Speaker 2 (42:04):
You got that's playing with people's emotions, dude, that is
that is a hyper sensitive time because you're so like
every day rides on that. It's sort of like when
I told the guy there was no the waterfall ran
out of water. That's what you went there for. And
he was just like, did you hear that the waterfalls
out of water? And I gotcha. And I mean it's
just like it's those moments you can't.

Speaker 1 (42:24):
Help it and you're always so stressed. Probably dude, stress
try to find the waterfall. So stressed at the airport,
that's the perfect time to get somebody when they're that vulnerable.

Speaker 2 (42:33):
Dude. My kids they get me all the time. Really,
my five year old, my five year old with passport
not passport, will be somewhere you don't need.

Speaker 1 (42:43):
It and it'll come up and be like that app.

Speaker 2 (42:45):
I had a p accident And I was like, I
just asked you if you had to go to the
bathroom and you said you didn't. Hilarious And he's like
I'm sorry, I'm like, let's go, and he goes just joking.
Got my god, got it. It's not funny, Like it's
not funny, dude, that's great, or I mean just any

they do it all the time, like I mean different
little activities like well, I'll be like do you need
to do this?

Speaker 1 (43:11):

Speaker 2 (43:11):
Oh Dan, I lost my shoe? What yeah, I threw
it out the window when we're driving, and I'm like,
you did what are you? And I go, do we
need to pull over?

Speaker 1 (43:22):

Speaker 2 (43:22):
Just joking that because I can't see, like I can't
see if they have their shoe or not and the
window is down.

Speaker 1 (43:30):
Good old fashioned humor, right though.

Speaker 2 (43:32):
Oh there, it's so like it gets you too, is
a parent, You're like mother, all right, never mind, you
got me, you got me? Oh oh what are we watching?

Speaker 1 (43:45):
See? I don't think it's live soccer. We got Masters on,
we got live soccer, but they keep showing highlights.

Speaker 2 (43:50):
Yeah, I don't think there's live No. No, uh what
are you doing this weekend?

Speaker 3 (43:56):

Speaker 1 (43:57):
Man? Uh?

Speaker 2 (43:58):
Great talk? Yeah, just masters. I'm tell you.

Speaker 1 (44:00):
Look everybody Baser wants to do a little bit of cleaning.
Justin I wanted to go play golf with Angelina.

Speaker 2 (44:06):
Jason Day plus three Weird plus four, Adam Scott plus four,
Justin Rose plus five post And plus five m plus five.
I think I have him. But Hodges plus six, Murray
plus seven. Oh my god.

Speaker 1 (44:22):
But hey, I explained to Justin, I can't go play
golf for five hours. Laura Baser works at home, so
she doesn't see anybody really all week so on the weekends,
if I leave for a huge chunk of the day,
it's just not right.

Speaker 2 (44:36):
Yeah, I just wanted to inform you that Monday there
will be no podcast. I want to apologize in advance.

Speaker 1 (44:42):
Thanks for telling me.

Speaker 2 (44:44):
Second, well, I wanted to break it to you because
there is a person that I try to maintain a
friendship with divorce. No, no, no, not my wife. It's Random
kick Cody. He works overnights and so I've not seen
random kid Cody since his second child was born. And
he is able to get together on Monday afternoon because

he doesn't have to work Monday night because he has
meetings on Tuesday. So I am Random Kid Cody and
I are hitting the golf course on Monday afternoon at
twelve forty five. If we get done early enough, I
can maybe do a quick pod. But I need to
maintain the friendship. So I'm just being honest. I'm not
gonna tell you I'm an appointment or anything like that.

It's just trying to maintain a friendship.

Speaker 1 (45:29):
So you have getting a job, I have a job interview.
Oh I had COVID.

Speaker 2 (45:33):
No, that was my wife. I said, Well, that was
so dumb. They told me I couldn't say the word COVID.

Speaker 1 (45:38):
Ha. We got doing a live podcast for CMA. Lunch
comes on the video screen. Dude, it looked like you'd
been You had the night sweats, you'd sucked off a
Glizzie and half of it was still on your face.
And then you went live on the broadcast screed and
did a live podcast with Eric Tecker. You looked like
you just woke up. Dude, it looked like you had COVID.

Speaker 2 (45:59):
I understand that.

Speaker 1 (46:00):
I I guys, I had a job interview with my wife.
What it wasn't much at the COVID factory because coach,
you look like you got the novel coronavirus.

Speaker 2 (46:11):
I understand the way you do. I still don't understand
why I couldn't say I just had COVID.

Speaker 1 (46:19):
Dude. They were all figuring out just like we were.
I drove to Ashland City and got my second COVID shot.
Where's that? I don't know. I learned the other day
or a year ago.

Speaker 2 (46:29):
Or three years ago or three years ago.

Speaker 1 (46:31):
I had to drive forty five minutes out of here
because it was urgent that I get my second COVID shot.

Speaker 2 (46:36):
Oh well, thank you for doing that. Yeah, did you
feel much better?

Speaker 1 (46:39):
I don't know. I've had weird stuff happened, dude, Like what,
my allergies have never been more insane.

Speaker 2 (46:45):
Oh, it's because you moved to the country.

Speaker 1 (46:47):
But I'm not associating with COVID. But I'm just saying
I've never sneezed and blown my nose as much as
I have since the COVID shot.

Speaker 2 (46:54):
Humh, that's interesting.

Speaker 1 (46:56):

Speaker 2 (46:57):
I've never had allergies myself until I moved to Tennessee,
and then all of a sudden, I get sinus infections.

Speaker 1 (47:02):
Bells that well, you'll see outside in the country. There's
so many plants, shrubs, trees. It's Tennessee, a lot of rain,
tropical if you will.

Speaker 2 (47:11):
Yeah, it's been raining a lot. We'll take a break.

Speaker 1 (47:15):
But seriously, though, is that your excuse? You really are
taking off Monday.

Speaker 2 (47:18):

Speaker 1 (47:20):
I really don't care.

Speaker 2 (47:21):
But I know, and it's bad. I Like I said,
if we get done early enough, I can do a
you know, a twenty minute pod something like that. I
just wanted to be upfront and honest with the listeners.
I could have lied and said I have something, you know,
huge to do, but sometimes you have to maintain those
personal relationships. I haven't. I mean random kid. Cody's kid

is probably second kid is probably six seven months old.
I haven't seen him since the kid was born. So
I really feel like I have This is the one
day that he can do something and he has to
be home by five because he has the kids and
the wife's like, I need help at five o'clock feeding
the kids. That's when they lose it. So I am
not going to be here Monday for a pod. I apologize.

Speaker 1 (48:07):
I would have expected it to be something more serious,
a funeral. I'm trying to think of other things. A
death in the family that would be the same thing,
something associated with a virus, something I know, an ailment
if you will, But it's it's a golf tea time.

Speaker 2 (48:23):
I could have lied to you, like I said, but
I didn't want to lie, but you did, though I
didn't lie.

Speaker 1 (48:29):
Two years ago to the day you lied and said
your wife had a job interview when you had the
covil COVID novel coronavirus.

Speaker 2 (48:36):
Yeah that was that wasn't me telling you that. That
was what work told me. I had to say, all right, anyway, anyway.

Speaker 1 (48:44):
Well are you gonna, like, are you gonna do a
video where we can see who wins the golf because
it seems like it's an important match. It's not.

Speaker 2 (48:52):
It's not about a match. It's about maintaining a friendship.

Speaker 1 (48:55):
What are you guys doing? Dummy sticks on the sixth hole?

Speaker 2 (48:58):
What do you mean by that?

Speaker 1 (48:59):
What's so special?

Speaker 2 (49:01):
I haven't seen him in six months and it's the
one day he can get together.

Speaker 1 (49:03):
Right, But usually you play with random golfers, So why
is this golf match so special?

Speaker 2 (49:08):
Because it's random kid Cody and I haven't seen him
in six months. That's it.

Speaker 1 (49:13):
But I mean you could always drive to his house
and see him. It's just that you guys haven't been
able to No.

Speaker 2 (49:18):
No, no, because he goes to work at night. Like he's
asleep during the day and he works at night.

Speaker 1 (49:24):
Right, you can go. You can go hang out with
him when you get off your shift. Is he sleeping, yes,
so whenever.

Speaker 2 (49:31):
He wakes up, he wakes up at like four o'clock
in the afternoon.

Speaker 1 (49:35):
Okay, so you could actually go see him at four
o'clock in the afternoon.

Speaker 2 (49:38):
And he hangs out with his family until like seven,
when he goes to work.

Speaker 1 (49:41):
Right, So why wouldn't you guys go hang out at
four pm? And then you could have hung out with him.
I don't within the last six months, I don't know.

Speaker 2 (49:47):
Turn off your video. This is a stupid video. No
one's watching this.

Speaker 1 (49:50):
No, but it's the reason that we're not doing a
podcast Monday. No, the reason the podcast is ending Monday.

Speaker 2 (49:58):
Turn it off. Now, what the hell was gonna tell?
You made me lose my thought? Oh, hey, Kentucky, I mean, dude, Yeah,
Calipari left?

Speaker 3 (50:08):

Speaker 2 (50:08):
No, and has it been on Sports Center? Not a
damn thing hit?

Speaker 1 (50:12):
When did cal Pari leave a.

Speaker 2 (50:14):
Couple days ago? Then they went to get Drew from
freaking Baylor and he said, ah, thanks, but no thing.
They went to get Billy Donovan, he said, no thanks,
I'm staying with the Bulls. They tried to get Hurley
from Yukon. He said, no thanks.

Speaker 1 (50:27):
That many turned Kentucky down. That's a blue blood.

Speaker 2 (50:30):
Yeah, so they had to go get Pope who played
on their national championship team. He's leaving BYU and he's
coming to Kentucky. Nothing feeling like you're the you know,
fifth choice.

Speaker 1 (50:39):
Dude, Kentucky just went from a perennial front runner to
a bottom feeder in the matter of that. Sorry if
you live in Kentucky.

Speaker 2 (50:47):
And I kind of disagree. John caler Parry had one.
He has won less with more talent than anybody in
the history of college basketball. He always has the number
one recruiting class. He's won one national title. Let's relax
on him being an amazing coach. But Pope at b YU, Hey,
he embraced the three point culture. Kentucky. Get ready, They're

gonna be exciting to watch because they are gonna bomb
three pointer after three pointer after three pointer. That's all
they did.

Speaker 1 (51:15):
Nothing like talking March madness after in April, but.

Speaker 2 (51:18):
They just hired the coach. Kentucky's one of the biggest
programs in the country.

Speaker 1 (51:21):
You got Masters Talk, you got Major League Baseball, you
got UFC three hundred. It's just not a good programming.

Speaker 2 (51:27):
What would you like to talk about in Major League Baseball?

Speaker 1 (51:30):
There's nothing now home run leader. You might want to
bet Trout thirteen times.

Speaker 2 (51:34):
He'll get hurt. He'll get hurt. You think he always does.
He's on my fantasy team. We can talk about how
the Astros are terrible.

Speaker 1 (51:41):
Can I just say this real quick. Remember I told
you for the parlay, I could win a quarter of
a million dollars.

Speaker 2 (51:45):
Yeah, and it's then well, no, no, it didn't die.

Speaker 1 (51:48):
I need the Stars to lose three in a row. Well,
they lost. The hottest team in hockey got shut out
three to zero in Winnipeg, beat him. So we headed
the weekend. I just need the Avs to win and
this Stars to lose, and.

Speaker 2 (52:02):
Then what else?

Speaker 1 (52:02):
Well, and then I mean, you know, then you move
along Aaron Judge to win the home run contest. But
I'm telling you I stand to win a quarter of
a million dollars. Root with me. ABS need three Stars
go to bars and lose two.

Speaker 2 (52:20):
So okay, all right, I don't have anything else?

Speaker 1 (52:23):
Did UFC three hundred. We got invited over to our
neighbor's house.

Speaker 2 (52:27):
I didn't get invited to that. They have been in California,
they've been all up the Pacific North Coast Highway, and
they invited us over and I said, Baser, it.

Speaker 1 (52:39):
Is at nine o'clock on a Saturday. I just don't
do that. But take a nap. We got a sixty
thousand dollars sound system. Apparently it sounds like you're the
one getting slapped at UFC.

Speaker 2 (52:51):
Excuse me, what did you say?

Speaker 1 (52:53):
That's why she dropped on me. She said that they
got it discounted for twenty grand. But it's a sixty
thousand dollars sound.

Speaker 2 (52:59):
System in this economy, yeah.

Speaker 1 (53:01):
In this one, this current Biden administration. And they have
movie theater chairs, so you almost feel like you're at
the cinema, you know.

Speaker 2 (53:10):
So take a nap and go. I need a report
on Monday.

Speaker 1 (53:13):
Yeah, it would be pretty amazing.

Speaker 2 (53:15):
Yeah, we need to talk about it on the pot
on Monday.

Speaker 1 (53:17):
So you need to go men at noon or not sleeping.
We have our niece. She has a something Catholic that
we're going to on Sunday. Yeah, first communion, That's what
I'm saying, dude, And I'm gonna be all UFC hungover.
Smell like popcorn and peanuts.

Speaker 2 (53:36):
What time is it out on Sunday?

Speaker 1 (53:38):
Noon? Oh?

Speaker 2 (53:39):
You should be fine by noon.

Speaker 1 (53:40):
Yeah. It's it's tough, but I mean it is tempting.
I do what. It's gonna be a big fight there.
Guys are getting three hundred thousand dollars more to fight
in it or something.

Speaker 2 (53:47):
Oh is that really? I have no idea.

Speaker 1 (53:49):
White said, that's pretty cool. So it's a bigger one.
I would.

Speaker 2 (53:53):
I would, I had notes, but my computer died. Oh,
so I can't. I can't tell you about I forgot
about that, and so I can't.

Speaker 1 (54:00):
And you guys know how I always tell you future.
You're in the future. It's too late. Well, we betu Pantosia.
He's a flyweight guy. You know who he is, Alexandre Pantojia.
I don't know if I pronounce that correctly, right not.
He just has to be the leader of flyweight right now,
he's the flyweight leader. So in December thirty first, he
still has to be the leader of flyweight. There's a
couple other guys. They suck. Dude. The sites block you

now from parlaying that future hold on.

Speaker 2 (54:24):
You can bet, I don't know what site you're using, obviously,
you can bet who's going to be the number one
ranked fighter at the end of the year.

Speaker 1 (54:33):
Yeah, you just go UFC dot com and it'll show
you currently who's number one. I believe O'Malley and his
number one. Pantoja's number one in his So, bro, if
they do one more fight, they just got to win
one fight and I got like plus one seventy five odds,
and they're you know, they're probably gonna crush the guy
they fight. He's gotta fight some guy in Brazil and
beat him by whatever it is, knockout. But what I'm

saying is we change the game. They don't even let
you now parlay there.

Speaker 2 (54:58):
You change the game because yet.

Speaker 1 (55:01):
They totally shut it down, so you no longer can
parlay futures with UFC. You can parlay other futures.

Speaker 2 (55:07):
Yeah, I'm excited about this weekend because my kids they
saw my chocolate milk in the fridge last night and
they were like, Dad, can we have some? And so
my wife was gonna give him some chocolate milk from breakfast.
So I will have a report on if they like
chocolate milk or not like chocolate milk.

Speaker 1 (55:22):
After that, teach them about the choco taco.

Speaker 2 (55:25):
Oh that's a really good one. But they've had chocolate milk.
That's what's so funny is they like, they've never had it,
but Dad, we want to chalk chocolate milk. I'm like, oh, guys,
we've had chocolate milk, puny, But they don't realize that.
Putting nestlie quick in the milk and mixing. It is
chocolate milk.

Speaker 1 (55:40):
So on the Mondays Show, we're not gonna do wait
for chocolate milk if kids think it's good. Yep. And
the UFC three hundred viewing party that I didn't go to.

Speaker 2 (55:51):
UFC three hundred viewing party. Yeah, that's good. That's pretty good.
And we're gonna talk about Master's Champ. Dang, we got
a lot to talk about on Monday.

Speaker 1 (56:03):
There's been so many weather delays there probably won't even
be a chant Monday.

Speaker 2 (56:06):
No, there's no more weather this weekend. This weekend, it's
gonna beautiful. They said, this is it. They're going because
has spent five seasons at BYU. He is going now
to Kentucky. Congratulations Kentucky.

Speaker 1 (56:17):
It makes sense though that there's been weather delays. We're
getting that same weather. Dude, it's rained here for four
straight days. I got a pond in my front yard.
I didn't know I had coy fish now.

Speaker 2 (56:27):
Dude, it's been raining the whole I mean, it's ridiculous.
My youngest son was naked and outside jumping in puddles yesterday.
Don't ask me. Well. They used to put his rain
boots on Yeah, so all right, have a good weekend.
I don't know anything else. Dude, my computer dying really
killed me. Oh, I know what I was going to

talk about.

Speaker 1 (56:51):
There was an.

Speaker 2 (56:52):
Interview Russell Wilson, and I hope this is not Ball
sacked this guy.

Speaker 1 (56:59):
Oh, I don't even have a clip of this guy.
Broncos Country, Let's run.

Speaker 2 (57:04):
He was talking about him, and he was like, I'm
just glad that what I was able, what I've been
able to accomplish, of going to back to back Super Bowls,
that I opened the door to give more opportunities for
people like me like Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson.

Speaker 1 (57:22):
Who the heck is this guy?

Speaker 2 (57:25):
He thinks that he's the one that opened the door
for Patrick Mahomes to be a quarterback in the NFL
because he runs, No, because I think he's black. Hey,
Russell Wilson, have you ever like I don't know if
you watched the NFL before you were in it, but
like Michael Vick, Randall Cunningham, Warren Moon, Doug Williams, Donovan McNabb,

who else you got?

Speaker 1 (57:47):
You might have got ball site, There's no way he's
Dante Culpepper. Dude, I am not joking.

Speaker 2 (57:53):
I mean, I'm gonna have to find it now, damn it.

Speaker 1 (57:55):
But maybe he was the first of his time to
really run.

Speaker 2 (57:57):
And that's when Patty, Oh, you think Randall cunning Hum
he didn't run, he ran a little bit.

Speaker 1 (58:03):
Good God, Michael Vick did. Michael Michael Vick was one
of the first runners. Uh.

Speaker 2 (58:10):
Who else?

Speaker 1 (58:10):
What about Warren Moon? Did he run? No?

Speaker 2 (58:13):
But he slang it.

Speaker 3 (58:15):

Speaker 1 (58:16):
JaMarcus Russell was a runner.

Speaker 2 (58:20):
Yes, Russell Wilson opened doors for other quarterbacks. He is
such an idiot.

Speaker 1 (58:26):
His style of play. I think you're reading it wrong.

Speaker 2 (58:28):
No, Russell Wilson believes he opened up a lot of
doors and paved the way for other African American quarterbacks
such as Patrick Mahomes. He told OutKick for me to
be able to go to back to back Super Bowls
and win one of them, I think I opened up
a lot of doors. Now you see guys like Patrick
Mahomes who won it. It's really just us so far,

but there's more to come.

Speaker 1 (58:52):
Oh, because the actual winning of a Super Bowl. Doug Williams,
I had no idea what you're talking about, Redskins. I
just watched whoa dude? Russell Wilson come in. I hate
to tell you, Russell Wilson, even if you didn't win
a Super Bowl, they still would to let Patrick Mahomes
place quarterback. You had nothing to do with Patrick Mahomes

playing quarterback and having a chance to play quarterback.

Speaker 2 (59:18):
I mean, how stupid. Russell Wilson might be an idiot.
Hot take why you're done? You tuned out? Go home?

Speaker 1 (59:29):
You said when you're not on, you're not on. You
said you go home, and you've been on all day.

Speaker 2 (59:35):
You're not on anything. I know, I know, I'm sorry.
I just I just remember Russell Wilson saying that, and
I was like, what an idiot?

Speaker 1 (59:41):
Right? Did you hit the off switch? Oh my gosh,
Baezer wants to go do Mexican.

Speaker 2 (59:47):
Oh does she? That's cool?

Speaker 1 (59:51):
All right, dude, I need to get Baser to like golf,
so then me, Justin, Angelina and Baser can all go
golf together. Otherwise I'm away from the house for five hours.

Speaker 2 (01:00:00):
It's okay, she's working, bro, you can take five hours.

Speaker 1 (01:00:03):

Speaker 2 (01:00:03):
Oh, Saturday's tough.

Speaker 1 (01:00:05):
That's what I told Justin. He made fun of me.

Speaker 2 (01:00:07):
That's tough. Saturday's touch. She could ride in the cart
with you and have drinks.

Speaker 1 (01:00:11):
She doesn't have fun doing that for eighteen holes. It's
entertaining for about three.

Speaker 2 (01:00:18):
I don't know. She can take some videos.

Speaker 1 (01:00:20):
Are you bringing women with you? And Cody?

Speaker 2 (01:00:23):
Uh no, no, no, this is a weekday man. Don't
have to bring it bros before hose. No, it's not that.
It's just yeah, nope, nope, all right, we gotta go
go turn it off.

Speaker 1 (01:00:38):
Yeah, if you're still listening to this, you've got a
boring truck route.

Speaker 2 (01:00:42):
No one's listening. Ray.

Speaker 1 (01:00:44):
Our ratings have never been lower. We'll turn it off. Ray,
save this podcast.

Speaker 2 (01:00:51):
Turn it off.
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