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You're like me, you hardly evenyou know me, just said yourself,
blow me, you gotta blow me. I never lie. There you go,

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Celtic youth can blow me? Whoyou did not? So blow me?
Line up? That buffer up?That made me feel better? Did

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it? Did? I kind offigured it would. You did good.
That's why I had I had toinsert the blow me song at the very
end of that clip. So nowhere we go once again, back into
wait next year mode. Yeah,but hey, at least they got to
the final. I know, man, good season, I know, but
it's still steam, especially because itwas such a lopsided win. Well see,

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and that's the lopsided win that wehad on Friday at the American Airline
Center because they they tanked it onpurpose to give us what we call a
gentleman's suite. That's what we got. I fell asleep at halftime. I
was like enough, I can't.I can't stand wat it. No,
no, no, no, notgoing to stay up for the whole thing
because our theory was right. Theytanked the game so they could win in

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front of their home crowd. AndI guess I really can't blame the Celtics.
I can't either, yeah, theycan still blow me though. I
mean, that doesn't change the factthat they can hunker down and bucker up.
Eighteenth NBA championship. That beats theLakers. They were tied with the
Lakers. They each had seventeen NBAchampionships. Oh yes, and they will

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rub it in our faces every timewe play them next season, every time.
I just cannot believe that Kyrie didn'tget so angry that he played better.
But no, he knew that chantof Kyrie sucks. That was funny.
I expected it way before Game five. Well they did do it,

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yeah in Boston. Yeah, yeah, so he's used to it. He'll
get over it because we all haveto get over it now, don't The
blow song works? And I guaranteeyou it didn't just lift Anna and Ao
spirits. There's people out there rightnow thanking you for doing that. It
worked. Well, maybe we'll playit again at the end of the show.
Yes, let's for the Boston Celticshourly quarterly even Well, we don't

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want to don't go overboard, Wedon't want to overblow it. You know,
we don't want anyone raw but walkingfunny. So that's just part of
the fun. We'll have today ona toy box Tuesday. There were some
several celebrity birthdays that have been onthe show. We're going to get to
them and a couple of requests aswell as we celebrate today. Yes,

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bo, National want to Get AwayDay? Oh gosh, yes, yes,
sir. A vacation time for thisshow is fast approaching. Amen.
We know that a steady diet ofthis show can cause irritation for you,
as does our screwed up working hourscause the same thing for us. So
please don't call us names that yourmom used to beat you ass for saying
when we finally do take a littletime off, Because here we are over

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halfway through the year. I thinkthe majority of people are going to take
time off when we take time offthat fourth of July week. That's exactly
right. It's International Panic Day.Oh no, Well, you gotta have
some reason to panic. You can'tjust have an episode for no reason.
Maybe we'll give you a reason beforethe show's over. I think this town
did their panicking last night. Yes, it's International Picnic Day. I do

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love a good picture. It's almostspelled the same way as International Panic Day,
but a lot more relaxing. Sohave lunch outside today if it's not
too hot, and leave a littlefor the ants because they're going to join.
H How dare you National Cheesemaker's Day? Okay, am I the only
one that likes blue cheese, andI always ask for extra brandy, would

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always gag. I like the crumbles, I like the dressing bringing on.
Yeah, National Cheesemaker's Day not asbad as National Cheese Cutters Day, or,
as I call it Tuesday, NationalCherry Tart Day. Oh yeah.
It's not known how National Cherry TartDay it got it start, but there's
some indication that the holiday was inspiredby the National Cherry Festival in Trevorse City,

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Michigan, which runs June twenty ninthto July sixth. So why do
we celebrate today? You'll have tocall Trevor's City, Michigan. And is
it tart just smaller than a pie? Is that is kind of sort of?
Yeah? All right, you canshove them in your mouth all at
the same time. And uh,International Sushi Day. Yeah, I'm down

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with a dragon roll or two.Oh yeah, yeah, bring it.
And it's go fishing Day. Catcha fish out of the Trinity River and
slice it up for your sushi ornot or or not? How about that
blue fin tuna that you got,Yeah, devonstitching you fix it a cook
that? Oh excellent? All right? They look at Sports of all sorts
as painful as it may be.Coming up. Then it's the freaking Fool

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File and we start celebrating some rockstars and celebrity birthdays here today and lots
of Bow and Them bashed tickets togive away at seven. Yes, up,
but it's time to do the morningstress Cad. We get ready for
the os lad and this is whatstarts it, Dallas. What was classic
rock loan Star ninety two to five? Just a little taste, a little

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appetizer of what you'll hear Friday nightat Boat and Them Bash at Dosequi's Pavilion.
And by the way, James Youngold j Y is going to be
on the show tomorrow at seven thirtyfive. Cool. But now it's time
for Sports of all sorts, broughtto you by Comerica Bank. Well,
well, well well, the BostonTalentics stand alone as the NBA champion.

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Jason Tatum had thirty one points,eleven assistant eight rebounds as the Celtics top
the Mavericks one to oh six toeighty eight last night to win the franchise's
eighteenth championship, breaking a tie withthe Los Angeles Lakers for the most in
league history. Boston earned its latesttitle on the sixteenth anniversary of hoisting its
last Larry O'Brien Trophy in two thousandand eight. It marks the thirteenth championship

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won this century by one of thecity's big four professional sports franchises. That
don't make it any easier now,does it not? At all? It
helped the Celtics cap a postseason thatsaw them go sixteen and three and finished
with an eighty to twenty one overallrecord. That point seven to nine to
two winning percentage rank second and tenhistory, behind only the Celtics eighty five
to eighty six championship team that finishedeighty two and eighteen with a point a

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two to zero percentage. Second yearcoach Joe Missoula, at age thirty five,
also became the youngest coach since BillRussell in nineteen sixty nine to lead
a team to a championship. TheMavericks failed to extend their series after avoiding
a sweep with a thirty eight pointwin in Game four, which proves the
point that we made yesterday. TheCeltics purposely tanked Game four so they could

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win it in front of their homecrowd. That's why we won by such
a big margin. They laid off. They gave the Mavericks what's called a
gentleman's sweep. In other words,we got a win, and I guess
we can't look at them with toomuch contempt because we probably would have done
the same thing. So here,once again in Dallas, what were sports?
We go back to white till nextyear mode. But then again,

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the Mavericks and the Stars really didgive us a fun ride. They did,
They really did. It was allof the season cheers. The Rangers
might be hosting the Major League BaseballAll Star Game just one season too late.
After having four starters in the MidsummerClassic in Seattle last year, the
Rangers, who are hosting this year'sAll Star Game at Globeli Field, might

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not have a single player in theAmerican League starting lineup. Major League Baseball
release the initial All Star fan votingresults yesterday, and Texas is not looking
too good, as the vote tallyseemed to mirror the club's World Series hangover.
Of the seven position groups each infieldposition not including the pitcher plus the
outfielders in one group and the designatedhitter, none feature a Ranger atop the

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voting list. Texas's best shot seemsto be Marcus Simeon, who is running
second among American League second basemen.Simon trails the Astros Jose Altuve by eighty
thousand votes. Now, this isjust phase one of the voting and it
runs through June twenty seven, Sostart voting, folks. The rest of

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the Rangers on the ballot will needthe late surge in the voting if they
want even a chance. Yes tostart. And speaking of the Rangers,
I say, I think the SportsIllustrated headline says it all. New York
Mets and Texas Rangers the most embarrassingloss of twenty twenty four. The Mets
beat the Rangers last night at GlobeliField fourteen to two. Oh geez.

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The two teams face off again tonightat the Shed. First pitch is seven
to oh five. Oh, thisbrutal, man. I know, we
got to pull ourselves up, man, we gotta do something. Stepping over
to the left a little bit forcollege baseball Texas A and M head baseball
coach Jim Schlossnagel. What a funword. Let's all say that together.

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Schloss, Why where's it hurt?Right? My sloshnakel ever tomm pe I
can't stand the face lower boat,lower my left. Schlossnagel's fine, but
the right one screwed. Jim usedto be tco's coach and now Texas A
and M. He's apologized for theaction of two fans who were tossed from

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the Aggies College World Series game againstFlorida after being seen screaming into the Gators
dugout in the second inning. Andthey went way too far in it.
Yeah, the two fans we bothwearing Texas A and M gear. They
brought up the Gators eleven year oldbat boy who passed away three years ago
when his father was suspected of killinghis two sons and then taking his own

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life, setting his home on firesomewhere in the middle mess. The family
of the boy was friends of Floridahead coach Kevin O'Sullivan, who the fans
were reportedly directing their insults to.Schlasnagel gave a happy Father's Day to those
who celebrated to open its press conferenceand then immediately denounced the action of these

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two fans. After his team's threetwo victory over the Gator, Schlasnagel said,
whoever these two guys are, theydon't represent what Texas A and M
is all about. And whoever theyare, just don't come back. Let's
not let these two guys back intothe ballpark. Well, I hope they've
benned those little pricks for lives.Speaking of TCU, when TCU football head

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coach Sunny Dykes leads his Hornfrogs ontothe field in August, they'll be sporting
a new look. The university releaseda video and several photos on its social
media platforms showing three uniforms and helmetcombinations from Nike that'll be used on the
field this season. Unsurprisingly, thechanges are coming with plenty of opinions from
fans who are calling in to questionthe decisions to remove the horn frog spikes

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from the jersey's collar and the shiftof solid color patterns of white, purple,
and black come on. The minimalistuniforms are not without at least one
unique element. A Carter Boys patchis stitched onto the back collar. Its
in apparent homage to Aim and GCarter Stadium and the Carter Boys show on
ESPN Plus. That's kind cool.TCU's first game with a new look sixteen

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team Big twelve is August thirtieth againstStanford. And as long as we're talking
about football, the Dallas Cowboys havefound themselves in a little sticky situation.
Do they grant Dak Prescott a multimillion dollar extension or not? He wants
to be the highest paid player inthe history of the NFL. Rule you
get the Super Bowl ring. Maybeyeah, and you can get that exactly.

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Jerry Jones has been aware of thesituation since twenty twenty two, but
has still not found the solution.Dak is entering his ninth season with the
Cowboys and is approaching the contract gearas the MVP runner up. Moreover,
he has seen Kirk Cousins, JaredGoff, and Trevor Lawrence receive lucrative high
pay days, and he would arguethat he is better than all of them,

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not only Dax deal. But Jerrystill has to think about the fact
that Ceedee Lamb and Michael Parsons arealso looking for new deals, but he
says that tax deal is taking toppriority. Prescott has comparable stats to three
time Super Bowl winner Patrick Mahomes throughouttheir last fifty starts. However, Mahomes
has had the six in the playoffthat the Cowboys have starved for a long

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time. Dak has an underwhelming twoto five record in the playoffs, but
he turns on the fireworks in theregular season and gives us all false hope
for the playoffs. Jerry is exhaustedwith a lack of postseason success, and
Prescott could be left to play outhis deal without a new deal. The
media consensus is that Dak must reachthe NFC Championship at least to twist Jerry's

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arm for a new deal. Alot of football experts believe that Dak should
not ask for a new contract withAmerica's team and should bide his time and
see how the season ends. Iagree that's the perfect solution. So what
if you give him a gargantuan dealand he sucks even worse, or you
give him a gargantuan deal and thenyou can't surround him with great players because

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you don't have the money. Thereyou go, Yeah, there you go.
Players and staff members from the KansasCity Chiefs were presented with their Super
Bowl fifty eight championship rings last Thursday, but the diamond and ruby encrusted keepsakes
and include an unfortunate typo that likelywon't be an easy fixed. Did you
hear about this? No? Theforty thousand dollars championship rings, which Patrick

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Mahomes, Travis Kelsey, and therest of the chief squad earned after defeating
the San Francisco forty nine Ers onFebruary eleventh, include detailed designs commemorating Kansas
City's win, including nods to thetwenty two points they scored in the second
half in overtime to win right,illustrations of the fireworks over Arrowhead Stadium,
and eleven Princess cut rubies to symbolizetheir eleven regular season wins. Now.

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The interior of the rings features theseating for Kansas City's four postseason oppotents,
the Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens,San Francisco forty nine Ers, in Miami
Dolphins, but the Dolphins seating isinaccurate. A closer look at the detailed
jewelry has them as the seventh seedinstead of the sixth. The Pittsburgh Steelers

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actually finished seventh last season. Afterthe typo was discovered, some users speculated
that the graphic on the Chief's websitemay be the only place where the taypo
appears. However, Pro Football Talkconfirmed that at least one of the physical
rings includes the error, and mostlikely the rest of them. Yeah,
but it would have been different ifthey spelled Chiefs like shifts, like that

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commercial where the guy's paint in theend zone. That would be a problem.
Nobody's really gonna notice the other way. And who's gonna remember six seven
s? Yeah? Yeah, whocares? Well? Some of you might
recognize this NBA ballplayer name, mostof you probably won't. We're talking about
Chase butting Her. He had asolid, if unspectacular career in the NBA.
He was a small forward, Hebounced around a bit. Played for

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Houston, Minnesota, Indiana, andPhoenix. He spent some time playing pro
ball in Spain too. Now,since retiring from the NBA, Chase Budinger
is now headed to the Paris Olympicsas a representative of Team USA on the
beach Volleyball team. Oh COO,what a segue? NBA to beach volleyball
since returning from basketball. This iswhat he's been focusing on in this summer

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and his on court partner Miles Evans, will be gunning for the gold on
the sand volleyball courts in Peri.Go o, man, that's awesome.
Yeah, the Olympics are coming up. And speaking of that, water in
the Sane River in Paris had unsafeelevated levels of eco lie a month before
swimming competitions are scheduled to take placein it during the Olympics, and contamination

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levels in the first eight days ofJune after persistent heavy rain in Paris showed
bacteria such as ecolie and others beyondlimits Judge Safe for af I would not
jump in that wall. Well know. The first Olympic event in the Sane
River is the men's triathlon, includinga swim just under a mile on the
morning of July thirtieth. The women'striathlon is the next day, and a
mixed relay event is August fifth.But the water's nasty and unsafe, don't

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do it. Throw some of thatsteaky cheese in there. Maybe we'll eat
it all the way because y'all gota lot of that and throw in some
of y'all's body older too, nornor al right, the freaking full file.
Next on the Pull and Them ShowDallas Forest Classic Rock lone Star ninety
two to five, Toy Bucks Tuesday. Wait till you hear the first interview?

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Where are you going to play?Some of you have heard it before,
one of those that was way outof our wheelhouse. But we had
fun doing it anyway. But nowit's time for the freaking fool file.
A frenchwoman is suing telecom giant Orangeto court for moral harassment and discrimination at
work, accusing the company of payingher for twenty years without giving her any

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tasks to do, and she's complaining. Yes. Lawrence van Vassenloev, which
is close enough, was recruited asa civil servant by French Telecom in nineteen
ninety three before the company was takenover by Orange. Her original employer knew
that she suffered from epilepsy and offeredher a position adapted to her medical conditions.

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She worked as a secretary and inthe HR department until two thousand and
two, when she has to betransferred to another region of France. Her
request was approved, but her newworkplace was not adapted to her needs and
she was really not suited for theposition. Despite this, Orange allegedly failed
to make any adjustments to her job, preferring to pay her full salary for

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the next twenty years without giving hera single thing to do. And she's
pissed. I know. Her lawyersclaim that the telecom giant was trying to
coerce her into quitting her job,but the company said that's not the case
at all. Now, most ofyou are probably thinking, girls, shut
up and cash the check. Gifthorse, gift horse. I was thinking
the same thing. But this womanfiled a complaint against the company for moral

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harassment and discrimination at work linked toher health condition. You didn't do squat,
Yeah, and you're gonna sue thecompany because you didn't do anything.
Deposit the check and smile yes andshut the hell. Yeah. A lot
of us wish we had that kindof position. Church officials are investigating after

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a statue of the Virgin Mary apparentlybegan crying tears of blood. The bizarre
incident has sparked chaos in Mexico,where the statue shows Mary as our Lady
of Wallaalupe. One of five visionsof hers said to have been revealed to
a peasant called Juan Diego back inthe fifteen hundreds. Startled owners a family
in the state of Mituakan, Mexico, contacted Catholic officials when the statue apparently

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started to shed dark red tears rollingdown from the Virgin Mary statue's eyes on
June second. Now, the exactlocation of the statue has not been made
public yet, presumably to protect thesafety of the family involved there in Mitua
kan because they would expect thousands uponthousands of pilgrims to show up to see
the supposed miracles. We couldn't touchthe statue please. The sign is believed

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to be a divine message by believers, but local church officials have now urged
worshippers not to get carried away becausethere might be a very logical explanation for
it, like it's rust or something, you know, something like that.
Yeah, okay, all right,let's had like something on the freaking full
file or one of the headlines fromthe weekly World Who yes, which You'll
have to pick the fake one tomorrowfor those best tickets. Well, we

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had an awful lot of fun goinginto the world of rental car experiences yesterday,
so I thought maybe we'd bring thatback this morning. A Hurts rent
a car customer has managed to pulloff the impossible. They got charged for
a red light ticket before they evenrented the vehicle. Oh, it was
on their record. It's a miracle, isn't It's it's a magic trick.
The rental was supposed to be basedout of Calgary Airport starting on May fifteenth

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and for the next six days.Apparently, this new renner was penalized for
the previous Runners activities and was subsequentlyhit with a fine of just under four
hundred and fifty dollars wow, forsomething that happened before they were even in
possession of the rental car. HertzSystems listed this new driver as being in

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possession of the car, even thoughhe was still on the damn plane making
his way there when the incident happened. After a dispute was filed, Hurts
waived the extra day charge. Geethanks, agreeing that it was impossible for
the person who have been driving,but they still found it in their sweethearts.
It hurts to keep the red lightfine intact and placed on this guy's
shoulder. Excuse me, they didn'teven do it. Yeah, it makes

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no sense at all, needless tosay. The man who rented the car
says he ain't paying squat. Helater told the person working behind the counter
when he returned to the car totell your boss and kiss my ass and
tell it's raw. Damn it.That's a good one. They kissed my
ass until it's wrong. Yeah,are you noting that one? I like
that. And then there's twenty sixyear old Jade Rossiter had just changed antidepressant

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medication when she started to get vividdreams. She now has severe psychosis,
and now she thinks she's a pregnantViking princess from the Middle Ages whoa She
has been seeing and hearing voices,and she is now acting out as characters
on TV shows she watches, thinkingthat she's on the show she watches for

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real Wow drug. Jade was tryingfor a baby at the time and had
been watching a TV show in theUK called Vikings, and her psychosis had
her convince she was a princess onthe show and pregnant with a Viking Warriors
baby. She was in a mentalhospital for four months and diagnosed with bipolar

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disorder. Jade recovered, but lastyear her psychosis returned after she came off
her bipolar medication. You're not supposedto do that. She became convinced that
people were hacking her phone listening toher calls, and she firmly believed that
she was about to be crowned thenext Queen of England. She'll laugh,
but I know she's bipolar. Jaderecently spent another two months in a hospital,

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but has since partially recovered. Butshe still believes she's going to have
a Viking Warriors child. Well,good for her. Well, as long
as it makes you feel better,go ahead, no harm, no foul.
Nobody's gonna get her. Yeah,get her back on medication. Hey,
it's Bash time, the Bow andThem Bash with Stixon, Foreigner and
John Waite this Friday, dose Eki'sPavilion and we want you to be there

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this morning. We have not one, but two chances to win tickets to
the Bash, your first chance comingup at seven fifty. And since it's
a toy box Tuesday, you knowBo's gonna have a fun way for you
to win. That's next hour righthere on the Bow and Them Show on
Dallas fort Worth's Classic rock lone Starninety two five. What's wrong with that?
Boy? Hey? Don't look righthere? In course, look it
looks like a lady. Hey youwhat Dallas Horra's Classic rock lone Star ninety

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two five. Remember tomorrow is Aska Stuff Day. We're gonna need some
questions. Now, I'll call theAska Stuff Hotline two on four eight six,
six eighty six hundred at seven pointfifty you will play Choose your news
for sticks and foreigner tickets for bowingthem bash and there is there's no no
thing. We had a theme lasttalk, Yes, but we missed a

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week. Okay, now, speakingof missing a week, while we were
out at the blood drive, thisguy turned sixty three years old last week.
Now many of you have heard thisbefore, but this was one of
those interviews that was just way outof our wheelhouse. But we said,
okay, we'll talk to him anyway. You're asking, who's it gonna be?

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Yes, that's who I'm asking.Well, you'll just have to wait
and find out. Now let's allsing along, shall we? I hate
this freaking you come Wait a minute, Wait a minute, is this mister
Karma Chameleon boy George, it ishow you doing? I'm doing good?

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Where are you from? We're inDallas, Texas? Where are you?
I'm in London. Ah. SoI guess Clear Channel's paying for this damn
call because I know I'm not.Where have you been lately? You kind
of show up and then they doit behind the music on you and show
all the trials and tribulations. Thenyou disappeared. Where have you been?

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Well, I've been djaying really forthe last twenty five years. I've been
involved in dance music, so I'vebeen kind of traveling all over the globe,
you know, doing dance parties andplaying at house clubs, and you
know, two years ago I justsort of started to get the kind of
urge to make some music again andto work with the band and go on
the road, and you know,I kind of missed that. So you

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know, that's really what I'm kindof focusing on right now. And your
new album is called This Is WhatI Do Now. Well, still this
is what I do, but nowthat you've had it on, this is
well, it is kind of whatyou do and you're doing it now,
aren't you. I am, Yes, So I suppose in the way you're
being very factual. Well, wedo what we can with what we got

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to work with there, George absolutelyabsolutely so. Has anybody ever asked,
hey, man, I'll pay youa bunch of money if Culture Call will
get back together. Well, weare actually making a record this year.
But it's not about anyone kind ofbribing us. I mean we we kind
of I feel that we had akind of musical score to settle with each

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other. You know, we wekind of fell apart like most bands do,
and I always felt that there wasa record we didn't make, and
having made my own record, Ifeel very ready to make another one,
and it looks like it's going tobe with John Roy and Mikey So yeah,
so you know, but it's notabout anyone offering us any money,
although we will take it. Ibet you would. I think we all

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would. But could you do itwhen I'm playing Karma Chamelion? Please?
If you do it? Door?Well, we know you know what that
song. I still perform that song. You know that song paid for my
house and everybody else is out SoI love that song. Yeah, I
guess it has kind of a placein your heart. Every time you cash

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that royal checker. You know,well it's I mean, also, you
know I wouldn't be able to kindof rewrite something like that now because I'm
fifty two, and you know,it's just I'd never think. I don't
really think about chameleons. Well neitherdo I, come to think of it.
I saw a recent picture of you, boy, and is that makeup
or did somebody hit you in theeye. No, that's make up.

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I would hate to think somebody actuallyhit you for karma, Chamelion. No,
no one's ever hit me for karma, comeleion. But people love that
song. Well, not their problem. You love it really you're one of
those people that bought it, butpotend you didn't. No, I didn't
buy it, but I have playedit on the air on a number of
occasions. Yeah, exactly. Yousing it when you're drying kind of.
Hey. We even hosted a videoshow where we played it every day.

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Yes, we did. We usedto have a big This was a thousand
years ago. I mean listen,when that song was out in the UK,
was number one for weeks and weeks, and I have to say I
did think, oh my god,I enough of this song. But I
have to say that when you're doinga show and you know, if you
don't do that song, I meanliterally you will be lynched. Oh yeah,

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people just you know, I meanit's always kind of it's always in
there, you know, and it'sa great song to do live. Probably
better doing it than it is listeningto it now. I know, we'll
I'll admit we made fun of youin the past, but as I see
you grow through the years, Ikind of feel like you've learned to not
take yourself too seriously. And that'swhy maybe George would be all right to

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hang out with. We'll get youin trouble, I promise, no,
I've done enough of that as longas we don't have to go to any
of those bars. If you knowwhat I'm doing. Oh, I don't
go to any of those balls.Ef I'm very I'm gonna say I'm boring,
but I you know, I worka lot. I love working,
so that's kind of what keeps mebusy. You know, I don't really

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kind of go clubbing. I meanI DJing clubs, so you know,
I don't go to clubs and I'mnot working because you know, it's kind
of boring. It's like a Buffman'sHoliday. If you if you're not on
the decks, you know, noton the what on the decks? You
know? Oh? I thought yousaid something else. You have one track,
Matt, Well, you are achameleon. You'd go through a lot

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of different changes, and now thisis what I do is your new album.
Yeah, very excited about it andcoming to play in America in April.
Oh really, well, if youget to Dallas, give us a
call. Okay, I'm not sureI think this is Is there a Dallas
State? I don't know. I'mnot the decks in front of me,
but we are definitely going to bein America and North America around around April

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time. Just don't use the lookit looked like one time I saw a
picture of it. Looked like youhad melted a candle on your head.
No, I'm not doing that lookat the moment. No, okay,
good, just second, George,just saying that look to Gaga. She's
doing that. Oh yeah, leaveit to Gaga. See she's taking all
the heat off of you now.Absolutely yeah, boy, George, boy,
George, all right, come seeus if you get a chance.

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Man, you guys are crazy,crazy god, see George, man,
I thought, he said, yeah, Dallas for class loan star, I
do, guys. Hey. HemmyHagar was in his hometown of Fontana,

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California, an hour east of laon Saturday to open Stage Red. That's
the former Fontana Theater that was builtin nineteen thirty seven as a one screen
movie theater because back in the dayyou only had one screen to look,
that's right, and remember when theyused to have balconies. Oh yeah,
that was Hagar not only joined themayor and City of Fontana council members and

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cutting the ribbon, but he wasalso presented with a diploma from Fontana High
School, which he'd been denied duringhis youth following a prank. He got
expelled for throwing a water balloon inclass and it splashed all over the teacher's
desk and they wouldn't give him hisdiploma for Nope, nope, nope,
nope. Well, here's Sammy Hagartalking about when I was a kid,

(31:03):
when I was four or five yearsold, used to go there and watch
movies and back then they were damnnear silent movies. Yes, I'm old,
but they're naming it after me.We're naming Stage Red and we're going
to have a be a charity venue. It's going to be to raise money
for the people in Fontana area andgoing to be another really nice thing to
do. Hagar, along with guitaristVic Johnson from The Circle, did an
acoustic show. They played a bunchof Sammy songs and even did rock candy

(31:27):
acoustic. Yah. We've got avideo of all that up on the Bow
and Them show page. Why.I kind of figured we did did Okay?
I got this email I can't fromDaniel says there's a parody song about
a preacher and he wants to hearthat, plus the drunk preacher that goes

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with it. Oh, because preachershave been in the news a lot less.
They have been diddling where they shouldn'tbe diddling. Thank you, So,
first of all, I'm going toplay the drunk preacher. This is
very entertaining. This preacher got alittle sauced up on vodka before his last
radio broadcast, and when you hearit, you'll find out why it was
his last radio broadcast. Congregation,My, it's good to see a big

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crowd. Oh. I've been wonderingwhere a lot of you have been.
I've been wondering about a lot ofthings. I'm glad you're here. I'm
gonna lay the truth down. I'mgoing to strap it on. Thank you
for that. Amen. Yes,I'm not gonna spare anything. I'm not
going to smooth anybody's spurs. Iheard you said tree. Yes, I

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will prea jone. Yes, I'mgonna tell this like it is as they
say. Oh I heard it hadto loudon all right, now you're all
cutting down a little bit. You'regetting a little too noisy. Hold it
shit, hold it down. I'mtalking. Okay, listen, I'm tired
of so much cheer around here.I said, I have gone away on

(32:59):
you today. Do you think Idon't know what the hell is going on?
Do you think, for instance,and I don't know that Bill Browden
is going I'm seeing I mean IreneHobbs. Yeah, I'm going that tapping
that sure, I know it.Don't you know what in the hell?
No matter you she told me rightback then in my study what she is

(33:21):
doing. I know it. Yeah, huh, hell fired my ass.
I'll tell you. I'm on.I'm over get on some asses today.
Listen. Hey, you know wegot a Sunday school teacher. Uh.
And you know who in the hellI'm talking about. Yeah, Bill Bronson,
That's who I'm talking about. Therehe sits right there. Bill,

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I'm talking to you. See.Uh, you ain't no more taking proper
care of that Sunday school class thanuh. Then and you are finished.
You're fired. Get out, You'reout of that Sunday scho school class.
Listen, I mean business. I'mputting it down in. I ain't here

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no amens, but I ain't wantany no hell fire, hell fire.
Okay, there's something else to Inoticed last Sunday. Uh that one of
you put a quarter in the offeringplate. See yo, you tight son
of a bitch. I see allthat. See I'm gonna there, wait

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and see it. Y'all don't evenlook or nothing. I can see it.
I know whatever is given. See, some of you are doing putty
good and others you ain't doing.I'm gonna, uh maybe go to another
church. I don't know that.I don't give us because yeah, I'm

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just about lost patience with you people. You know, we need a Sunday
school Uh space out there and yousit on your this is on the uh
Saturday. You wanna come up andwork on it. No, they say,
oh amen, praise the Lord andall that. Uh, when I'm
saying something that you like, Butwhen I'm trying to get something done,

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that's something else. You get yourass out to the mountains or some place,
or hide in there and what's thatdamn tube? That's what you do.
Listen that doe ain't gonna get it. Horse and horses, it ain't
gonna do it. Huh. Listen, I tell you this will determine today,

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no doubt, whether I will beyour pastor or not. I tell
you. If so, fine,that's what I want to do. But
if not, I'm done. Infact, my summon is done. Don't
give me no more shodrama. Leadus in the clothing crass. Why are

(36:02):
you gonna do it or not?I'm a son of a bitch, Miss
old senator, Do not straight fromthe street and narrow me, for the
Lord is surely watching what you do. If you approach the Devil's down,

(36:27):
turn round, going enter, andlet's the hand of the Almighty fall on
you. You up, Yes,God to you up? If you there
do get obeys turned the man?You don't you know if you up?

(36:47):
So you better do some bread andwhile you can long ago a man n
lock battle white he thought was hot, but she could not stop the consenible
ways. You know it was herown damn fault when God turned that bitch
to salt. That's the way heused to work back in those days.

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He fed him, He really freedhim. When the people went and turned
their backs on him, he couldbid you know you just like the evil
up back then. I used tohave a friend named Ray who want that

(37:35):
evil way. He kirstom drink andbroke his neighbors fans. You know,
Ray was full of aware that somesheep grew over there and he knew them,
and the public sends got demo.He when Andrey when paid him back

(37:57):
for all his wicked sends, beefthat boy completely. Now he's married to
a PRESBYTERI well hallo lo yeah yeah, lone star ninety two to five.
Remember tomorrow is ask us Stuff Day. We need some good questions from you,

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so call the Ask You Stuff Hotlinetwo one four eight six six eight
six zero zero. We'll see ifyou can challenge us. Okay, another
couple of birthdays here. This guylast week while we were at the blood
drive, turned eighty one. Thisis another one of those interviews that was
way out of our wheelhouse, butit turned out kind of fun. Okay,

(38:40):
here you go, ladies and gentlemen. I'm looking forward to this live
from our iHeartMedia Studios in New York. Was very mad alone. Can you
hear me, everybody? Or Ican hear you? Just find testing one
too, who he got it?Very good? Very good. So are
you aware of how many kids youhelped conceive? My friend? You know

(39:06):
you did? You know you did. It's just part of the life cycle
here. Don't I make fun ofit. You know in my show I
usually say, you know, guyshould say thank you to me because of
my romantic music. But you know, listen, people come over to me
all the time, you know,telling me all these beautiful things that you
know that they think about the workthat I've done. So yeah, if

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they conceive kids, to it great. And you know, especially among hardcore
rock dogs, you've been the buttof jokes, but you've been laughing all
the way down that middle of theroad right to the bank. You know,
all I do is try to makethe most beautiful music I can,
most most meaningful, most emotional musicI can then I throw it out there.

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Some of them stick to the walland some of them don't. And
that's all you can do as anartist, Just do the stuff that you
believe in and throw it out thereand hope that it works. Okay,
Well, let me ask you this. Whatever happened to Lo? She was
a showgirl? You know, youknow she was, but she she made
it, but Tony didn't. Ah. How many times do people ever ask
you was that a real story?Whoever asked me that is really a moron?

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All right, tell it. Letme switch gears here for a minute,
because I always thought it was kindof funny that you didn't write the
song. I write the songs,But you have written some of the world's
most famous commercial jingles of all time. I did, I I guess I'm

(40:36):
proud to say. But you knowthat, you know they still play some
of them. You know I didin the in the day, Back in
the day, there was a lotof them that were on the radio,
from Kentucky fra a Chicken to McDonald's. These are you're old as I am,
but they still keep playing. Iam stuck going yeah and the and

(40:57):
they play like a good name farmis there? I guess you get a
check every time that place because theyrun that commercial alone, don't I don't,
I don't. They buy you outas the composer. So I got
five hundred dollars for that State Farmthing, well thirty five years ago.
But the girl that sings it ison her third rolls Royce by Noviously because

(41:22):
she's on the spot. You getresiduals if you're on the commercial, if
your voice is on the commercial.But if you write it, they buy
you out. And you know,back in those days, five hundred bucks
was a lot of money from me, so I was happy. Who would
have thought it would have lasted thislong? Though, Well, I guess
it's better to buy you out thanwait till you die. Yeah, that's
true. But if you die,if you die, I will sing with

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you. Oh you see Barry Menilohad just done an album of duets yeah
with dead people, Yes, sowe were trying to making fun of that.
Also, a guy you know isFreddie Robert England turned seventy seven,
and I asked him if he rememberskilling me on stage at a Texas jam

(42:07):
at the cop He really, yes, he did, Freddy, I mean
Robert, I don't know if youremember this, but back in the mid
eighties, we had a big concertat the Cotton Bowl called the Texas Jam.
Oh, I remember that. Soyou killed me on stage? Well,
I remember it being I had thatmakeup on, I was sealed up.
I was like a little chicken inan egg and my god, it

(42:30):
must have been one hundred degrees.Had fire hoses on the crowd. Yes,
I remember that. But I hadsome blood pellets and you stabbed me
with your glove. And when youstabbed me, I busted those blood pellets
all over my shirt and laid onthe stage going ah. I kind of
remember that, you know. Ibrought one of my makeup men with me
for that to apply the makeup.Ye Gino And he's since then become he

(42:54):
was just a kid back then.He was a huge metal fan, and
he's become quite a famous makeup manin Hollywood, and I think he's working
the Walking Dead now. But thatwas his first big metal concert and I
gave him my backstage pass and likethe last thing I remember was escaping in
the limo behind Texas Jam there,yeah, and driving away, and I

(43:17):
just saw my makeup man being disappearbackstage with White Snake. I was walking
back up the tunnel to go backto the dressing room and change shirts,
and all these security people were comingup to me and going, are you
okay? Man? I forgot Ihad fake blood all over me and it
looked real. Yeah. That wasa great concert, but god, you

(43:38):
know, with that makeup on,I just remember being really hot. Well
you had to sit still for twohours to put that stuff on. Well,
you know it's more than that,it's about three and a half,
but it's only when it's around mymouth that that affects it. At one
time there were fourteen pieces to themakeup. They got it down to I
think eleven, but you know theyhave to seem it all against like putting

(43:59):
a Jigs puzzle on me. Yeah, oh man, I couldn't stand that.
And one more birthday, One morebirthday. Guitarist Extraordinaries, Steve I
just turned sixty four. Wow,Tune's a big month for birthdays, Yes
it is. And he had thisdocumentary and he told us a story that

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you particularly thought was gross. Itwas very very Okay. Here's Steve VI
Steevine, my guy, listen,Steve, I just watched your documentary,
and you and I kind of hadsomething in common. You used to drive
an ice cream truck and I usedto drive a snow cone truck. No
way. Yes, the only differenceis I didn't wreck my truck on my
last day in town. Gosh.Well, and you probably didn't gain as

(44:47):
much weight either, because snow conesare not ice cream. Brother. That's
true. That's true. And here'sanother part of the documentary that made me
laugh out loud, the story abouthow you and your friend or hide some
night or something and you decided tomake some tuna melt sandwiches. But you
didn't open a can of tuna,did you. No, No, they

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did watch it, didn't you.Oh yeah, when you're a teenager,
you know, you can do somepretty crazy things. And one of the
things I used to do with mybuddies is just go out occasionally on the
weekends and you know, get intomischief, and then we get home at
four or five in the morning,and we'd want to eat something, and

(45:30):
occasionally my brother would cook us something. But now and then we would make
these tuna melts. And for therest of the story, you will have
to check out the video. Didyou use cat food. Yes, yes,
blud nasty. Not just cat food, but imagine a cat food sandwich.

(45:51):
Of course I thought it was thecan of tuna, but you know,
with mayonnaise, chopped up onions,it melted cheese on it. It
was good at the time until youlooked into the trash can see. Kids,
stop smoking that stuff. You'll endup like Steve baying Ba Bash tickets

(46:15):
next on the ball and them showru that's my turner that I throwd in
that song start ninety two five.Alright, it's time to give away some
Bash tickets because, after all,the show is this Friday. It is
gonna be a par take, gonnabe a throw down by epic proportions.

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So Toy Box Tuesday. Sometimes Ilike to play an old toy commercial and
you figure out what the toy is. That's exactly what I'm dearing today.
Now you should be able to getthis because I'm positive I use this toy
before. WHOA all right, andis there a hint as to what decade

(47:00):
it was? Uh? This wasprobably from the seventies. Okay, from
the seventies. Listen to this commercialand tell me what toy This is?
The number to call two one fouror eight one seven, seventy eight seven
one nine two five. Tell mewhat this toy is. Frisbees are fun
just about any nice day. You'llfind people in almost any park enjoying frisbees.

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But some people have never seen sgets house, wooff, gets aller
whisky. That's right, they're beautifulkids of all ages and joys gets out,
woo up, gets alarquisky. It'sjust as much fun as frisbees.
Frisbee since gets house, who getsalarbuist soul separately. Secret magic makes them
last, red and yellow and blue, make weird shapes and funny animals.

(47:42):
Try it out. It's quite fantastic. What's your start? It's fun for
all. It's back and now evenbetter from Wamma. Okay, okay,
you know what'll oh see? Isomething like a frisbee. But it's not
a frisbee. No, it's aforget frisbee. This was back when Whammo
would advertise two toys at once.This one had nothing to do with a

(48:07):
frisbee or anything like a frisbee,but I kept mentioning frisbee. I know
that's because they were advertising two toysat one one. Maybe you would buy
the other one okay two one fouror eight one seven seven eight? I
see there are four words to thefour words, four words to this toy.

(48:28):
This is gonna be a tough one. Maybe four letters or four words,
four words, four words. Ohthere you go. I'm lost.
I knew you would be. Onthem. Show tell me what toy that
was. I'll take the no,it was gonna say frisbee on them,
Show tell me what toy that was. See, I'm gonna go ahead and

(48:52):
give you a hand. I'm gonnago ahead and give you. The first
word is super super, oh god. The last word is plastic. Okay,
and it's a Whammo product. Yes, super plastic. Now some of

(49:12):
you have to get it. Now, come on, come on, John
Blank, you blew into something Iknow bing them, Show tell me what
toy that is. Oh gosh,I was gonna say. You said it
was nothing like a frisbee. No, no, no, it's nothing like

(49:36):
a friendey uh, try again,try again, super plastic. I had
this toy. Yes see, nowyou know what it is. What the
hell is the name a going them? Show tell me what the toy is?
Silly? No, no, no. The first word is super.

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The word is plass. Okay,she's got it, can't remember the name?
Go on them, show tell mewhat the toy is. What is
it? What is it? Whatis it? Okay, boning them,
show yeah, that's it, andthen show tell me what the toy is.
What is it? But I justpractically told you that I really love

(50:25):
this too. Yeah, if youbreathed it in you'd get yes. Yes,
boning them, show tell me whatthe toy is. Super elastic,
that's it, super elastic, bubbleplash and a catchy name. Too.
Tasted like crap. You ever gotit in your mouth? It tasted like

(50:46):
airplane glues. Yes. Yeah.And if you accidentally inhaled while you were
blowing up those things, you've gota little buzz going or you throw up,
which you ever want? I hearyou, Joan, I gave up
up on that a long time.Agod. That's a good move. That's
a healthy move. Yes it is. By the way, tomorrow, ask
us stuff day. You got aquestion if you don't think of one,

(51:07):
Paul, He asked us stuff outlinetwo one four eight six eighty six hundred
and we'll answer it on the air. Now told you the most famous person
having a birthday today. That wouldbe Sir Paul McCartney. Oh he is
eighty two today and he still looksreally good. Yeah. Well, when
you got that much money, youcan afford to have things that are nipped

(51:30):
and tucked. And that's sure,that's true. But we had a chance.
Paul McCartney was here, I believeit was two thousand and five,
who was playing at the American AirlineCenter, and he called us from his
limo. So here's our interview withthe greatness of Paul McCartney. Hello,
Sir Paul McCartney. Hey, Boweand Jim. Yes, are you doing

(51:50):
We're not already this interview. We'renot worthy. No, I know that.
We all know that, guys.But anyway, you know, we
can do an interview. Don't worry. I tell you you're the first royalty.
We've also had on too. Reallyyeah, well not really royalty,
you know. Believe me, wellyou are in our eyes. See,

(52:12):
if it wasn't for you, we'dprobably be roofing houses or something. It
was the Beatles that struck my nerveand made me want to get into this
business. It's funny, man,I hear that from so many people.
I take it as a huge compliment, you know, but really, so
many people in all walks of lifesaid, you know, that's why I
started producing, that's why I startedmaking guitars, where I started DJing whatever,

(52:35):
it's quite attributes. Well, doyou remember the first piece of music
that really grabbed you by your nerveand made you want to do what you're
doing? Yeah? I think itwas Bill Hailey's Rock around the Clock.
Oh yeah, three o'clock, fouro'clock work for them? Whoa five six,
seven o'clock, eight o'clock rock?Eh man? But that really that
did my head in. And thenJean Vincent Bee Boffolula that one I have

(52:58):
to go and buy. Well,for me, it was it Won't Be
Long. That was the first Beatlessong that really made me go, dang
good A cool song. Yeah,if there was a time machine, I'd
go back to the time that youguys were in Hamburg. Oh yeah,
Can you give me a little tasteof what it was like during that early
days when you were playing guitar andStuart was playing the bass. Yeah?

(53:22):
Man, it was well, itwas crazy for us, you know,
because we were just such young kidsand we were suddenly let off the leash.
I mean it's almost straight out ofschool in Hamburg, you know.
So we were suddenly down some rockand roll club in Hamburg, and it
was it was kind of magical,you know because it was a world we'd
never seen before. And we wouldjust spend most of our time either sort

(53:45):
of sleeping or playing music. Youknow. So it's great training, and
you know, we would would getup, we get down to the original
place we played with the Indra,and then a place called the Kaisa.
We get down to the club,get on that stade, each play our
set, and then you just watchthe next band play their set. So

(54:05):
it was great. You know,you might just go and get something to
eat, then go back play anotherset. But it was magical. You
know. You'd see you'd see thepeople coming in looking in the beer hole
that we were playing in the cellar, and they'd be mainly looking at the
beer prices, you know, likeit was. They were students, you
know, so this was like crucialwhether they could afford the beer, and
our job was to draw them in, you know, so we'd see them

(54:29):
we go, oh, dance inthe streets tonight, go out. Yeah,
we were so rocking. We hadto like create a rump us,
you know, to get these kidsin, and after a couple of weeks
the word got round. You know. Then we were thinking, wow,
this is really cool. But nowI look back and I think, well,
it was the Beatles, and thenof course you had the time to
get involved in some of the nice, sinful little goodies that they had at

(54:51):
that time. We absolutely, Icategorically deny that, your worship, It
was not me. My lawyer willbe seeing you about that. It didn't
see me. It didn't prove nothing. Well, maybe just a little.
We were young, we were single, We were grooving, you know,
and say we just got let offthe leash and uh in Liverpool and we
had a good time. Man,back in like the mid to later sixties,

(55:14):
were you guys kind of worried aboutthe motown sound? Might take a
little bread out of your mouth there, No, man, we were major
fans. You're kidding. We promotedit at every single opportunity. People say,
what kind of thing are you listeningto? Say, Hitchiker by Marvin
Gay, you know that was youknow those I can't hear that song still.
But without getting flashbacks to the sixtiesand sort of feels like, you

(55:36):
know, great great days. Ilove that. I love that. So
we were like Motown's biggest fans.You know. There's so many questions.
I could sit here and talk toyou all day, but I got to
ask one who came up with thePaul is Dead scam? I loved it.
I love it. You know.It was Aboutody, some American DJ.
We didn't know anything about it untilI just started getting accid interviews.

(55:58):
Are you dead? Excuse me?Becauld you rephrase that question? You know?
And it turned out and I thinkwith some American DJ, I haven't
traced him, and he just putall these little clues together. You know,
I think you've been doing too muchor something. So you guys didn't
have anything to do with that.No, there's nothing to do with it.
The big clue was like I wassupposed to be barefoot on the level

(56:21):
crossing. The truth of that wasI was wearing sandals that day and it
was so hot. I just kickedhim off. I thought, well,
I'll just take a photo. Andthere are other photos in that series of
me with the sandals on, Sothat meant I think, except I had
hot feet, you know. Andthen the other thing was the guy.
There was a Beetle Folkswagen. Ohyeah, and with the license plate that

(56:44):
said two eight one f two eightif yeah, And somebody said he would
have been twenty eight if he'd havelived. I mean, you know,
I think it was kind of stretchingit myself. And of course he blew
his mind out in a car.It must be true. Yeah, I
know exactly. In the Magical MysteryTour album where you're sitting there, where
I was right in front of you, that sign kind of tipped everybody off.

(57:07):
It's really all very trippy and andI've got like a black carnation.
I mean, the only other thingthere was there were like there weren't four
red ones, and it was like, you know, nobody meant anything.
It was just like whoever grabbed thered ones. I gotta tell you this.
Jimmy and I actually went on atrip to England. We did the
Abbey Road thing. I was youby the way. I'm the one that

(57:29):
took my shoes off and walked.We saw you in Birmingham. Yeah.
We went to Liverpool to do thetour and we found out, I'll be
damn, Penny Lane is a realplace, and I wondered if you ever
got your haircut at that barber shop. I never did, no, but
we used to kind of pass itall the time, you know. I
was used to, like I stilldo. It always seemed to me like
a little art exhibient, all thosepictures of sort of those heads you know

(57:52):
in hairdresses shops. Yeah, Imean I still kind of notice them.
It's like it's to me like anodd thing. You know. We used
to just up at the window andkind of check out all the hairdoodes that
we weren't going to get. Younever got my hair. I don't think
it be a very quick one.I I did. But we see the
banker sitting waiting for a trim,as we all know, yeah, exactly.

(58:15):
You know, all those things werenear there. There was a bank,
there was a fire station. Butwe kind of put them all together
a little bit of poetic license.Listen, I'm just going back some fans,
so I've got to just wave man, Okay, okay, give me
two minutes here, Hey guys,you don't rock them? Well, yeah,
he goes. It was just afew there I had to say hello
to That was nice, nice,A little break in the internet we're just

(58:36):
arriving at the venue. Now,hey, got me done right? Well
the guy holding up half in thebase, well you okay, man.
You take it easy, guys,and I hope you enjoyed the show.
Thank you for everything that you've meantto us over the years. That's great.
And then let me say to thelist, it's just lots of love

(59:00):
you guys. I'll you enjoyed theshow. Anyone doesn't get in. If
you enjoyed the record, I'm inyour book or whatever. But love to
love to you all. Thank you, Thank you, sir. Paul McCartney.
Yeah, guys, rock and rollRoyalty. Paul McCartney eighty two years
old today. He was so cool, just so down to earth. I
was at that show too in twothousand and five. It was great.

(59:22):
I was at that show on myself. Yeah, yes, it was so
boy. I gotta ask you,man, does this happen every year?
The week after the Blood Drive?Do you sit here and play catch up
with amazing celebrity interviews? Walked up. Look at the list of people that
we've heard this morning on the show. This is awesome. Well, I
didn't know when day birthday was untilI checked, so I gotta gotta salute

(59:45):
him, don't you know? Boy, George Barry man On and Robert England,
Steve I, Paul McCartney, forgod's sake, want to show Cherry
on top Paul McCartney. Yeah,well in them show Sunday. I think
you know, since we saluted allthose people, it's time we salute one
more time this morning. The newNBA champion Boston Celtics. Oh yeah,

(01:00:07):
that's a special song. Yeah,to show, to show you there's no
hard feelings. It's all for timeto save it again, Boston, anything's
possible. Batter number eighteen has beensecured. The Celtics are NBA champions.
Yeah, low me, you hardjust said yourself, blow me. You've

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gotta blow me. Everybody go downup damage your trophy took the sting away,

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Yes it did. I knew theytanked on Friday on purpose so they
could win in front of their homecrowd. Boy, did they spank us
last night? Man? It wasembarrassing. Hey, they spanked us throughout
the whole series. Then all ofa sudden on Friday we kicked a living
snot out of them and almost sitrecord, and they gave us false hope,

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yes, but I knew what wasgoing on. They're taking on give
us a gentleman's sweep, mostly becausethey wanted to win in Boston in front
of their hometown crowd. They didn'twant to do it in front of Dallas.
They lift up the trophy in frontof a bunch of MAVs fans.
I hope you drop it. Gentleman'ssweep. I've never heard that in my

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life before I worked with you.That's where you get one victory instead of
a four in a row. Youdon't want to rub it in their face.
Ain't it sounds super dirty? Itsounds like something you'd see in a
dirty movie. You've been going tothe lodge too much? Is that what
it is? Oh, he's goingto the new fine Arts cinemas where he's
gone, damn it busted again.Don't see you? Give me two of

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them little crinkled these things that runaround when you crank it some lube and
yeah, I'll take that too,and a gentleman sweet and a gentleman's like
gentlemen sweep three on DVB Okay.The Dallas County Sheriff's Office is asking for
the public's help to find a stolenasphalt roller? What what? An asphalt

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roller is this heavy piece of engineeringvehicle that's used to compact asphalt, gravel,
concrete, even soil for road construction. It isn't really something you steal
to resell. And how do youhide it? Good question? Yeah,
how do you steal it? Theroller was taken from Jefferson Boulevard in Oak

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Cliff sometime between May twenty fifth andtwo twenty seventh, and it's still missing.
Whoever stole it is trying to figureout. I don't know what to
do with this. Ain't nobody wantto buy a damn ass ball for bring
it down for scrap? I don'tknow. The Sheriff's office says they believe
it was taken by three male suspectsin a white truck with a broken tail
light pulling a trailer. Anyone withinformation called the North Texas Auto Theft Tax

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Force two one four six five threethirty four thirty. I guess they're gonna
bust it down and sell it forscrap. Yeah, yeah something. It's
like a steamroller, right, it'sa small steamroller. The last time I
saw one was near your neighborhood.Bo when they were doing the oh yeah,
because they were repaving the street up. Yeah. Yeah, here's an
uplifting story. A high school seniorrecently graduated at the top of his class

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despite living in a homeless shelter foryou, oh, Elijah Hogan graduated as
one of two valedictorians at Walter L. Cohen Charter High School in New Orleans,
Louisiana. Your old stomping grounds bouloh. Yeah. Nineteen year old
was only eight when his mother passedaway. He'd been living with his grandmother,
but for the last year and ahalf he's been a resident at the

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Covenant House, which provides a placeto stay for youth who are homeless.
Despite the housing insecurity though, thisnineteen year old, Elijah Hogan pushed through
to finish high school with a threepoint ninety three GPA at thirteen. And
he's homeless. Yeah he's nineteen nineteen. Yeah. Yeah. Hogan plans to

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attend Xavier University of Louisiana, wherehe said he will be receiving some tuition
assistance while pursuing a degree in graphicdesign. Something tells me that after seeing
this story, people are going tostep up and make sure that he gets
a free education. That's your hopes, So yeah, that would be that's
incredible good deal. Sean P.Diddy Cones is a man who has been
really disgusting us here at the Bowand Them show recently with his troubles and

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now he has officially returned his keyto the city back to New York City.
All they kill they didn't give itback. Yeah, the mayor,
he didn't do it voluntarily. Themayor reached out, Yeah, you when
to sanitized that one exactly. NewYork City Mayor Eric Adams reached out to
P. Diddy and said, hey, we are damn key back after this

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video of you attacking your girlfriend inthe hotel. The Mayor's office said Combs
returned the key after Adams had tosend letters to Diddy's offices in both California
and New York and he eventually rescindedthe key and they received it back on
the tenth of June. Adams awardedCombs with the key the ceremony last year
that coincided with the release of anew P. Diddy album. So all

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is backed up. Well, ifhe really needs something to do, he
can drive a asphalt roll. Hecan steamroll to his heart's content, you
know he it makes you feel goodwhen you crush stuff, don't you know?
Well? That is true, that'strue. All right, ask us
stuff day tomorrow we're gonna play Chooseyour News for Bash tickets. As a
matter of fact, we have moreBash tickets coming up up in the lone

(01:06:00):
Star ticket window at eight forty thatwe do, so don't you go away?
And also, if you got aquestion call you asked your stuff outline
two one, four eight six sixeighty six hundred, we'll answer it on
the air and you'll hear yourself.That'll be clue, won't Dallas forst Classic
Rock lone Star ninety two to five. I hope you won't mind this pun.
But Stevie Nicks has mixed any possibilityof a Fleetwood mac reunion. In

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a recent interview, she told Mojomagazine that for her, the death of
her bandmate Christine mcvee in twenty twentytwo mark the end of the band.
Mick Fleetwood pretty much said the samething after Christine m V died good.
Plus, Christine and Stevie were likesisters. Yeah, they were really,
really were close, She says.Without Christine, no can do there is

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no chance of putting Fleetwood back backtogether in any way. Christine McVie died
of a stroke at age seventy nine. She also had mustatic breast cancer,
which was listed as a secondary cause. But you know, it's like when
Zeppelin lost John Boma. Yeah,they said, we're just not going to
continue. Some bands can go onto others it's just too much, you

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know. But Stevie Nicks does somuch Fleetwood Mac yes music during her solo
concerts, So it's like there's stilla lot of this. Not to mention,
the surviving members of Fleetwood Mac don'treally think too highly of Lindsey Buckingham
nowadays. He pissed them off royallya few years ago. Yeah, walked
away and for the wrong reasons apparently. Yeah, but you still just can't

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plug in people that had nothing todo with Fleetwood Mac back in the old
Day's right, that doesn't really workanyway. Who wont our tickets to the
Bash this Friday? Now? Wellbe Tom Walsh and White Settlement. He's
gonna come party with us Friday night. Oh yeah, don't be fun.
Yeah, and tomorrow ask us stuffday, ask us stuff offline if you
want to leave a question two onefour eight six, six eighty six hundred

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plus Old Jay, Why James Youngfrom Stix is gonna give us call.
He wants to make sure we're promotingthe show. Of course we are day
dummers earning all the whole damn radiostation. Day Easy Jay, and we
will play Choose your News without atheme. For those tickets to the Bash
starring Styx, Foreigner and of courseJohn. Wait. That being said,

(01:08:15):
let's move on, shall we.Yeah, And if you missed out on
the Bow and then Bash tickets thismorning, don't worry because JEFFK has your
shot to see Sticks and Foreigner thisFriday at dose Eki's Pavilion. He's going
to open up the lone Star ticketwindow around four forty five this afternoon.
So you make sure that you tunein JEFFK afternoons right here on Dallas fort
Worth's classic rock lone Star ninety twofive. I hear you, Joan,

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I gave up on that a longtime. I'll good. That's a good
move. That's a healthy move.Yes it is. By the way,
tomorrow ask us stuff day you gota question. If you don't think of
one, call they ask us stuffoutline two one, four, eight,
six, six, eighty six hundred, and we'll answer it on the air.
Now, told you the most famousperson having a birthday today, that
would be Sir Paul McCartney. Ohhe is eighty two today and he still

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looks really good. Yeah. Well, when you got that much money,
you can afford to have things thatare clipped and tucked. And that's sure,
that's true. But we had achance. Paul McCartney was here,
I believe it was two thousand andfive, who was playing at the American
Airline Center, and he called usfrom his limo. So here's our interview
with the greatness of Paul McCartney.Hello, that sir Paul McCartney. Hey,

(01:09:27):
Bowe and Jim, Yes, areyou dead? We're not ready this
interview. We're not worthy. No, I know that. We all know
that, guys. But anyway wecan do an interview. Don't worry.
I tell you you're the first royaltywe've also had on too. Really yeah,
well not really royalty, you know, believe me. Well you are

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in our eyes. See, ifit wasn't for you, we'd probably be
roofing houses or something. It wasthe Beatles that struck my nerve and made
me want to get into this business. Funny, man, I heard that
from so many people. I'd takeit as a huge compliment, you know,
but really, so many people inall walks of life said, you
know, that's why I started producing, that's why I started making guitars,

(01:10:12):
where I started DJing whatever, it'squite attributes. Well, do you remember
the first piece of music that reallygrabbed you by your nerve and made you
want to do what you're doing?Yeah? I think it was Bill Haley's
Rock around the Clock. Oh yeah, three o'clock, four o'clock work for
them? Whoa five, six,seven o'clock, eight o'clock rock? Eh
man? But that really that didmy head in. And then Geene Vincent

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Beebofpolula that one I have to goand buy. Well, for me,
it was it Won't Be Long.That was the first Beatles song that really
made me go, dang, thisis good. That's a cool song.
Absolutely. Yeah. If there wasa time machine, I'd go back to
the time that you guys were inHamburg. Oh yeah, can you give
me a little taste of what itwas like during that early days when you

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were playing guitar and Stuart was playingthe Yeah. Man, it was well,
it was crazy for us, youknow, because we were just such
young kids and we were suddenly letoff the leash. I mean it's almost
straight out of school in Hamburg,you know. So we were suddenly down
some rock and roll club in Hamburg, and it was it was kind of
magical, you know, because itwas a world we'd never seen before.

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And we would just spend most ofour time either sort of sleeping or playing
music. You know, so it'sgreat training, and you know, we
would would get up, we getdown to the original place we played with
the Indra and then a place calledthe Kais. We get down to the
club, get on that stage,play our set, and then you just

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watch the next band play their set. So it was great. You know,
you might just go and get somethingto eat, then go back play
another set. But it was magical. You know. You'd see you'd see
the people coming in looking in thebeer hole that we were playing in the
cellar, and they'd be mainly lookingat the beer prices, you know,
like it was. They were students, you know, so this was like

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crucial where they could afford to be, and our job was to draw them
in. You know, so we'dsee them. We go, oh,
dance in the streets to night goout. Yeah, we were so rocking.
We had to like create a rumpus, you know, to get these
kids in. And after a coupleof weeks the word got round. You
know. Then we were thinking,Wow, this is really cool. But
now I look back and I think, well, it was the Beatles,

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and then of course you had thetime to get involved in some of the
nice, sinful little goodies that theyhad at the time. Oh, we
absolutely, I categorically deny that,your worship, It was not me.
My lawyer will be seeing you aboutthat. You didn't see me. It
didn't prove nothing. Well, maybejust a little. We were young,
we were single, We were grooving, you know, and say we just

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got let off the leash and inLiverpool and we had a good time.
Man back in like the mid tolater sixties, were you guys kind of
worried about the motown sound? Mighttake a little bread out of your mouth
there, No, man, wewere major fans. We promoted it at
every single opportunity. People say,what kind of thing are you listening to?
Say Hitchhiker by Marvin Gay, youknow, that was you know those

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I can't hear that song still butwithout getting flashbacks to the sixties and sort
of feels like, you know,great great days. I love that.
I love that. So we werelike Motown's biggest fans. You know,
there's so many questions. I couldsit here and talk to you all day,
but I got to ask one whocame up with the Paul is Dead
scam? I loved it. Ilove you know. It was apparently some

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American DJ. We didn't know anythingabout it until I just started getting asked
in interviews, are you dead?Excuse me because you rephrase that question,
you know, and I think withsome American DJ, I haven't traced him,
and he just put all these littleclues together. You know, I
think you've been doing too much orsomething. So you guys didn't have anything

(01:13:53):
to do with that. No,there's nothing to do with it. The
big clue was like I was supposedto be barefoot on the level crossing.
The truth of that was I waswearing sandals that day and it was so
hot I just kicked them off.I thought, well, I'll just take
a photo. And there are otherphotos in that series of me with the
sandals on so that meant I think, except I had hot feet, you

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know. And then the other thingwas the guy there was a Beetle Folkswagen.
Oh yeah, and with the licenseplate that said two eight one f
two eight if and somebody said hewould have been twenty eight if he'd a
lived. I mean, you know, I think it was kind of stretching
it myself. And of course heblew his mind out in a car.

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It must be true. Yeah,I know exactly. And in the in
the Magical Mystery Tour album where you'resitting there where I was right in front
of you, that sign kind oftipped everybody off. Oh it's really o
very trippy. And I've got likea black carnation. I mean, the
only thing there was there were likethere weren't four red ones, and it

(01:14:56):
was like, you know, nobodymeant anything. It was just like whoever
grabbed the red I gotta tell youthis. Jimmy and I actually went on
a trip to England. We didthe Abbey Road thing. I was you
by the way, I'm the onethat took my shoes off and walk you
know, we saw you in Birmingham. Yeah, we went to Liverpool to
do the tour and we found out, I'll be damn, Penny Lane is
a real place, and I wonderedif you ever got your haircut at that

(01:15:18):
barber shop. I never did,no, But we used to kind of
pass it all the time, youknow. I was used to, like
I still do. It always seemedto me like a little art exhibient,
all those pictures of sort of thoseheads you know in hairdresser shops. Yeah,
I mean I still kind of noticethem. It's like it's to me
like an art thing. You know. We used to just stop at the

(01:15:39):
window and kind of check out allthe hairdoos that we weren't going to get.
You know, No, never cutmy hair. I don't think it
was being a very quick one everdid. But we see the banker sitting
waiting for a trim, as weall know, yeah, exactly. You
know, all those things were nearthere. There was a bank, there
was a fire station. But wekind of put them all together a little

(01:15:59):
bit of Poe license. Listen,I'm just going back some fans, so
I'm gonna just wave man, Okay, okay, give me two minutes here.
Hey guys, how you doing roll? Yeah? You go. It
was just a few there I hadto say hello to That was nice.
Really, that's nice. A littlebreak in the interneway. We're just arriving
at the venue. Now, okay, hey, God be done right.

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Well the guy holding up off inthe base, well, we love you,
Paul. Okay, man, youtake it easy, guys, and
I hope you enjoyed the show.Thank you for everything that you've meant to
us over the years. That's great. And then let me say to the
list, it's just, uh,lots of love you guys. I'll be
enjoyed the show. Anyone doesn't getin, I'll you enjoy the record.

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I'm in his book or whatever.But lots of love to you all.
Thank you, Thank you, sir. Paul McCartney. Yeah, guys,
trying to see my way. Rockand roll royalty. Paul McCartney eighty two
years old today. He was socool, just so to earth. I
was at that show too in twothousand and five. It was great.
I was at that show on myself. Yeah, yes, it was so

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bo. I gotta ask you,man, does this happen every year?
The week after the Blood Drive?Do you sit here and play catch up
with amazing celebrity interviews? Walked up. Look at the list of people that
we've heard this morning on the show. This is awesome. Well, I
didn't know when day birthday was untilI checked. So I gotta gotta salute

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them, don't you know? BoyGeorge Berry man On and Robert England,
Steve I, Paul McCartney. ForGod's sake, I want to show Cherry
on top. Paul McCartney. Yeah, well in them show Sunday. I
think you know, since we salutedall those people, it's time we salute
one more time this morning. Thenew NBA champion Boston Celtics. Oh yeah,

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a special song. Yeah, showto show you there's no hard feeling.
It's all for time to save againBoston. Anything's possible. Batter number
eighteen that's been secured. The Suffolksor NBA champions. Low me, you

(01:18:10):
hardly know, bow me. Justset up yourself. Blow me. You've
gotta blow me. Everybody go nowtrying everybody blow me, buck up me,

(01:18:46):
blow up you know he damn ityour trophy. That's the stinging it
did I knew they take on Fridayon purpose so they could win in front
of their home crowd. Boyd didthey spank us last night Man. It
was embarrassing. Hey, they spankedus throughout the whole series. Then all

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of a sudden on Friday, wekicked a living snot out of him and
almost sit record and they gave usfalse hope. Yes, but I knew
what was going on. They're takingoff part give us a gentleman's sweep,
mostly because they wanted to win inBoston in front of their hometown crowd.
They didn't want to do it infront of Dallas. They lift up the
trophy in in front of a bunchof MAVs fans. I hope you drop

(01:19:34):
it gentleman's sweep. I've never heardthat in my life before I worked with
you. That's where you get onevictory instead of a four in a row.
You don't want to rub it intheir face. Aho. It sounds
super dirty. It sounds like somethingyou'd see in a dirty movie. You've
been going to the lodge too much? Is that what it is? Oh,
he's going to the new Fine Artscinemas where he's gone, damn it

(01:19:56):
busted again. See you give mea two of them little crinkley thing that
run around when you crank it somelube, and yeah, I'll take that
too, and a gentleman sweet anda gentleman. I'd like gentlemen sweep three
on DVB Okay. The Dallas CountySheriff's Office is asking for the public's help
to find a stolen asphalt roller.What what an asphalt roller is this heavy

(01:20:19):
piece of engineering vehicle that's used tocompact asphalt, gravel, concrete, even
soil for road construction. It isn'treally something you'd steal to resell. And
how do you hide it? Goodquestion? Yeah, how do you steal
it? The roller was taken fromJefferson Boulevard in Oak Cliff sometime between May

(01:20:40):
twenty fifth and twenty seventh, andit's still missing. Whoever stolen is trying
to figure out. I don't knowwhat to do with this. I ain't
nobody want to buy a damn assphaltforwer bring it down for scrap. I
don't know. The Sheriff's office saysthey believe it was taken by three male
suspects in a white truck with abroken tail light pulling a trailer. Anyone
with information called the Texas Auto TheftTax Force two one, four six five

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three thirty four thirty I guess they'regonna bust it down and sell it for
scratch. Yeah, yeah, something. It's like a steamroller, right,
yeah, yes, it's a smallsteamroller. The last time I saw one
was near your neighborhood, bo whenthey were doing the oh yeah, because
they were repaving the street up.Yeah. Yeah. Here's an uplifting story.

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A high school senior recently graduated atthe top of his class despite living
in a homeless shelter for you,oh, Elijah Hogan graduated as one of
two valedictorians at Walter L. CohenCharter High School in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Year old stomping grounds bow. Ohyeah. The nineteen year old was
only eight when his mother passed away. He'd been living with his grandmother,

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but for the last year and ahalf he's been a resident at the Covenant
House, which provides a place tostay for youth who are homeless. Despite
the housing insecurity, though, thisnineteen year old, Elijah Hogan pushed through
to finish high school with a threepoint ninety three GPA A thirteen and he's
homeless. Yeah, he's nineteen nineteen. Yeah yeah. Hogan plans to attend

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Xavier University of Louisiana, where hesaid he will be receiving some tuition assistance
while pursuing a degree in graphic design. Something tells me that after seeing this
story, people are going to stepup and make sure that he gets a
free education. What's your hopes?Yeah, that would beat boy incredible good
deal. Sean P. Diddy Combesis a man who has been really disgusting

(01:22:30):
us here at the Bow and Themshow recently with his troubles, and now
he has officially returned his key tothe city back to New York City.
Oh, they they didn't give itback. Yeah, the mayor. He
didn't do it voluntarily. The mayorreached out, Yeah, you might want
to sanitize that one exactly. NewYork City Mayor Eric Adams reached out to

(01:22:50):
P. Diddy and said, hey, we are damn key back after this
video of you attacking your girlfriend inthe hotel. The Mayor's office said Conbes
were turned the key after Adams hadto send letters to Diddy's offices in both
California and New York and he eventuallyrescinded the key and they received it back
on the tenth of June. Adam'saward it comes with the key of the

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ceremony. Last year that coincided withthe release of a new P Diddy album,
so all is backed up. Well, if he really needs something to
do, he can drive a asphaltroller. He can steamroll to his heart's
content, you know he It makesyou feel good when you crush stuff,
don't you know? Well that istrue, that's true. All right,

(01:23:33):
ask us stuff day tomorrow we're gonnaplay Choose your News for Bash tickets.
As a matter of fact, wehave more Bash tickets coming up in the
lone star ticket window at eight fortythat we do, so don't you go
away. And also, if yougot a question, call he asked your
stuff outline two one four eight sixsix eighty six hundred. We'll answer it
on the air. You'll hear youfeel that'll be cool, won't lone star

(01:23:56):
ninety two five time? That's allwe got right now because we're just waiting
for the Bash on front, Oh, celebration time. How many months have
we been talking about it on theradio now she knows, she knows half
a year. We've been going.Only nine million days left. I think
this is like the third time,third or fourth time that sticks has played

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they're the house band at this point. Well, we'll mention that to James
Young. Jay why is going togive us call to me? That's gonna
be cool. All right, let'stalk time wasters here, shall we.
We've got some good ones up foryou on the Bow and Them show page
at lone star ninety two to fivedot com. So move over, Real
housewives. We should do a realityTV series the Real rock Stars of such

(01:24:40):
and such, because there is alwaysdrama to tell you about. Last week
it was Old Van Halen drama.We've had Journey drama, Kiss drama.
Now how about Stix drama? Yes, Dennis DeYoung took to social media to
call out his former Sticks bandmate TommyShaw. We have that post up.

(01:25:00):
Apparently he's upset that they didn't invitehim to be part of the store.
He was like, I sing thebest of times. I sing, mister
Robotto, I wrote the songs Iknow. But him and Jay Why are
just at each other's throats even tothis day. So we probably shouldn't bring
Dennis De Young's name of the nono, hell no. But you know

(01:25:21):
they kicked him out of the bandin nineteen ninety nine. Well, because
he wanted to go for you know, poppy kind of Broadway sound stuff,
you know, yeah, not exactlythe Paradise the Yeah no. And we
all know how mister Robotto broke upthe band. I saw people leaving the
Cotton Bowl that show they were playingthat and people started walking out way.

(01:25:46):
Marty. The one man party atBilly Bob's is like, oh my gosh.
When I saw sticks at Billy Bob'sand people were two step into mister
Robotto, I said, oh,this blows my mind. God's gonna get
angry with that one. If youwant to read Dennis DeYoung's a social media
post, we have that up onour page. Also, David Gilmour has
a new album coming out September six. It's titled Luck and Strange and it's

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quite the family affair. His wife, Polly Samson wrote the majority of the
lyrics to the songs, and theirtwenty two year old daughter Ramani sings and
plays harp on between two points andwe had the video of that song up
on our page, so you cancheck it out. And you talked about
this earlier. Bo Sammy Hagar finallyreceived his high school diploma. I still

(01:26:30):
can't believe that they renegged on givinghim a diploma because of a stupid high
school prank. They kicked him outbecause he threw a water balloon in class
and it splashed all over the teacher'sdesk. That is just so stupid.
And that aside, he did allthat hard work, He passed his exams,
he studied. It's a wander tolook at his paper. No,
you know, if I know Samy, he probably did just like me and

(01:26:55):
did just enough to pass it.That's what I did. Well. He
was in his hometown down of Fontana, California on Saturday, that's just east
of Los Angeles, and it wasall to open the stage red the former
Fontana Theater which is now a musicand a charity venue. And while he
was there for the ribbon cutting andfor performance, they gave him his high

(01:27:16):
school diploma. So way to go, Sammy. Here's Sammy talking about what
an honor it is to have thisnew theater. When I was a kid,
when I was four or five yearsold, used to go there and
watch movies, and back then theywere damn near silent movies. Yes I'm
old, but they're naming it afterme. We're naming stage red and we're
going to have be a charity venue. It's going to be to raise money
for the people in Fontana area andgoing to be another really nice thing to

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do, another thing. It's niceto do that, Sammy always does.
I know. I love that that. It's all about charity. It's they're
not going to be like charging peopleand making a profit. It's for charity.
Finally, in the game of poolbow, the first shot, specifically
in games like eight ball and nineball, is called the break shot.
Well, yeah, yeah, thisguy who was hanging out with his friends
at a house has a different kindof break shot. Let's just say this

(01:28:05):
guy should have had a lot ofsalads. He sits on the pool table
and it breaks, and let metell you, there's no way they're gonna
be able to repair this pool table. If you want to see the video,
because it was all caught on video, it's up on the Bow and
Them show page at lone star ninetytwo to five dot com. You thought

(01:28:26):
Minnesota fast was? I ain't scaredof no reefer, I mean refer see
I was. I guess I'm dyslexicor something. I don't know. Purposeful
dyslexia here. All right, that'sthe end of a toy box Tuesday.
I hope you are somewhat entertained today. That's awesome. All those celebrities interviews,

(01:28:50):
well, because there were a lotof celebrity birthdays while we were at
Blood Drive, and today was thebig one. Paul McCartney, Yeah,
I love how he stopped and rolleddown the window to say a lord to
the fans outside of the AT andD stage. I never would have guessed
that he would have done something likethat. I thought they just would have
shot on bar. No. No, Paul likes to connect with his fans

(01:29:13):
there. Very cool. It wasgreat to hear that. And there was
a he said something about someone holdingoff the Hoffner base? Was he play?
Yeah? That was John gasperrit Oh, he had Shake Raggs. He
has that Hoffner base. That washim at the show. Now was that
the show that you and Jimmy dida live broadcast from AT and T Stadium
or was that a different year?No, it's a different year. Okay,
maybe those twenty eleven or something.Nh. No, it all runs

(01:29:38):
together after a while. All right, great memories. Tomorrow is ask his
stuff Day. So if you gota question called he asked yourself? Outline
to one for eight six six eightysix hundred, we'll play choose your news
for tickets to the Back starring Styx, Foreigner and John Waite and uh.
We'll also have jay Y James Youngfrom Sticks on the show at seven thirty

(01:29:58):
five installment of Traffic and Bundan.That's my dirty old man voice, don't
you know, which is actually myregular voice. So our after show decompression
session, we'll just sit here andflap our gums that talk about whatever y'all
want to. Justin Timberlake being arrested, Yes, you just got pumped in

(01:30:20):
Long Island. Get out of here. You know you think if you're just
in Timberlake, you'd have somebody thatwould drive for you. Seriously, he
can't afford to show first, Yeah, or just use the uber app or
the lift app, dude, jesus. Well, we'll talk about all this
and so much more. So thanksfor tuning in today. We'll help you
tune in on the after show decompressionsession as we try to calm down from

(01:30:44):
this damn show today. Now keepit between the ditches and we'll see you
tomorrow. I I bye,
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