19 Episode results for "Bobby."

Bobby on Sharna Not Returning to Dancing with the Stars + The Cereal Fantasy Draft + Bobby Reads Cringe Worthy Message He Sent To A Girl

The Bobby Bones Show

1:54:44 hr | 1 year ago

Bobby on Sharna Not Returning to Dancing with the Stars + The Cereal Fantasy Draft + Bobby Reads Cringe Worthy Message He Sent To A Girl

"And we're back at the ron burgundy podcasts season two baby pressure team what we'd do. I brush my teeth. Whenever what else does on holidays and sometimes i forget. I'm not perfect smile of your breath bother you being the smell of rare steak aged whiskey. Excuse no carolina that doesn't bother me. Listen to the ron burgundy podcast on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever after you find your podcasts bobby bones post show pre show. I just got the alert that a netflix has announced their september titles coming up he gets care about this super bads on that flicks <hes> three hundred which i loved that a good movie i liked it a lot lord of the rings return of the king the walking dead season nine between two ferns the movie is you know the movie that golfing akkas i don't either. That's that's coming out. Eat pray love. Oh and more speaking of eat pray love. I'm gonna eat pray love trip breath coming up pretty soon. I got myself do some soul-searching. Is that what the movie's about the book the movie he's like finding yourself. Strong woman is looking to find a real feminine going like india well. You can take a guess. I'll give you one guess here because the i guess how you feel let's do this music. I'll be going alone on a trip for baker for a few days. My own version of eat pray. Love eddie has been eliminated from the competition. You know he knows it. Do you told him he knows it. I do why therefore i will keep my mouth shut. Why because i made you decide to do it that way. Interesting don't get jelly he didn't i didn't tell them. How did you find out somebody else. One of my friends was like are you doing this and i was like and eddie. Was there and i had to say yes or now doing this okay time. It's something that you're doing one one guest eat. Pray love bobby two thousand nineteen mighty until yesterday the house look at eighty guests. Are you doing what it's going to cambodia. Don't have anywhere cambodia. I didn't tell eddie was around when someone guessed it. He scared of going to mexico cambodia. I probably go to cambodia before mexico yeah yeah. It's fine lunchbox. Yeah you're going to croatia. That's i mean. I don't even know where that is. Give us a hint. I mean now. We're just throwing countries out there italy now guest that good. You thoughtfully made a comment. You're going to italy already guessed it. Why would i can't we haven't guessed it. I guess it with you. One on one not italy wasn't on air even play this game off air which is already found out. We were number to denote you. Wanna guess ireland guess who knows what do you mean. I didn't hit the button it could be. That's why are your now deflecting boom or do. I deflect sometimes two three off the next time i wanted to flex and his are you going to visit your ancestors. I did that twenty-three me and it was the the palest results ever. Are you irish i am. I don't know i know it was like england england and england maybe ireland. Maybe it'll it was not italy iliad too. I was all the pill things and then didn't like a little part of africa. It was a little bit there so i won't be leaving on. I thought i asked you at though whatever you see the larry king store the update from yesterday this is well. It's kind of sad. Oh no larry king's wife doesn't want to go to war with him because doctors told her as long to live for so just write it out why go through the stress of divorce larry king's wife life sean is not going to declare war on her now estranged husband who just filed for divorce because she's been told by the doctors he's dying. Why isn't he told only she told yeah yeah doctors can't and tell her that unless he gave consent hippo laws and if you're married even if i'm pretty sure you have to give consent so maybe he did at some point but yeah even if you're remarried people like my they'll doctors will call my or my wife will call me. Hey will you call your doctor. Tell him to to tell them to tell me the information because they won't give it a wife yeah interesting. You're saying even our best friend. That's our doctor. He's he won't tell me things about my own family members. I feel like i it's my kids. My mom yeah my dad my husband. He's done especially when my mom was going through her stuff. I am not your kids. They tell your kids. I think kids sorry you have to know that i know she does not need to know no but it was like they have to take that seriously even if their family friend like he and i appreciated that in him but i'd be like dude. Just tell me. I need to know this something from my mom real quick. He's like amy can't click on them and dude it in work. <hes> speaking of medicine a team has a three ball all hair. A three pound hairball removed from stomach l. Why is there air 'cause. It's like a thing turns out hair's not good for your stomach. She ended up having a giant hairball. Cats get removed move from her stomach. <hes> fourteen year old complaining about stomach pain and vomiting. She went to the doctors. They were amazed at the three pound hairball wedge in her stomach. She was diagnosed with rapunzel syndrome. No it's real this puzzle syndrome. It is real. It's only been reported. Sixty times doctors were able treated with surgery. She's now in stable condition. What is it you wanna hear each your hair. Really amy would use to eat tonight here. We'll out my hair. I'm getting so much better. I still do it from time to time but i'm way better resisting. I'll just pull at it a little bit but i won't pull it all the way out. 'cause i was getting a ball that tug o that's yeah because i was getting a bald spot right here and so my hair person was like you're cut that out and so yeah i've learned to kind of just whoa whoa you almost just pulled your hair right now. I resisted. I pulled it if i hear right ear. It's there's something about it right here. It's only right here. I lifeless hill baby. How field isn't that. They know that eddie and i were at my yesterday and amy kept trying to facetime me. Why like uh-huh nine times in a row across. I was like all right. I'll just call it a second time but the fifth time i was like what is happening. Why why didn't you use the emerging were working. We're doing a podcast urgency. Yeah we weren't apply guests and i thought you would text me if it was a real emergency. What if i was stuck doc somewhere and all i had was facetime. You could try someone else. How would you only have a shot after that many times. You didn't answer but couldn't we were on the air her. Why don't you need to be fair. I didn't know that bobby was called. That many times got a hold of the facetime stevens the money and he had a music question. He was practicing his drums any had a question about his music sheet and he decided he wanted to call bobby and what was the question. Do you remember i don't know i don't know music but he was really desperate to talk to you and like his face. I walked back in the room and he looked so sad and i'm like what's wrong with you. I put it on my instagram. It's probably still up radio. Amy and i'm like what do you look so sad. God because you weren't answering and i didn't know he tried to call a lot a lot. I remember when i took piano <hes> adult and had to learn how to read music hard man yeah as language and as an adult. You got to do que to sit around yeah. It was like upside down. It'll music notes landed on this scale. You read music now if you gave me a week. I'd probably hop back into it but i was so beginner i did. I took lessons for like a year. Learn a lot of the basics just so i could know enough yeah but an emmy your son drum set now no practices drums at the counter and then he when he goes to lessons. He plays her thumbs but he he's at the counter. Christmas uncle bobby's gift him a drum set a real loud. One awesome wrong was up. I told you there's those ones. The electrons are too expensive but bobby was on narrowed narrowed works his dreams right. He needs a real drum kit whatever i think we should maybe i don't know where we put it though the living room no not deliver your bedroom but if he's into it and it could be good for him than i want it. I want it for him. Oh yeah the garage mahal other house at your dad's not moving into now because he's going into the old folks residents <hes> that's what you into an apartment -partment with other elderly. People okay folks dorm. That'd be awesome awesome right now. The food will be great. We we'd rocking out yeah. I guess what they gave me a discount because my dad is a feeding tube i said. I don't even know if this is work but i said hey. I'm sure the rent is like you know a alive because you've served three meals a day and that's included in the price. I said what if i were to tell you. My dad doesn't eat shell she goes. I'm gonna rise it. Does she writes it down slides it to him all right feeding tube what yeah they said well i. We've never had that before. They're like let us look into it and they looked into it and they got back to us and boom get a discount. Dave ramsey is at the best price. You can give me that is the thing that is a king. Is that shoot with old folks homes apartments for elderly whatever we know we got a bunch which <hes> people going. Hey you made a song about me. Malls about paul's we are going to release our papa song soon. Just kinda even it out you know when you go to yoga you have to do if you do one side of the body <unk> the other side of the body equally and so we if we hit me malls we got hit. Pathological papa's will exhaust are older folks songs boyd avenue older folks on coming up real soon and we write these because we love them. Mo folks miss him of course <hes>. Let's see what was i going to do here. Are you into what to hap- what's happening right now in your life. Would you wanna talk. I remember hit us with that new pete. This is a new thing about putting on the show. I hit raimondo. It was to have samy well. Whoa hold on. I ready my what's the hats. I had it but i use it for something. Oh i use it my pile. Let's see i'll go first kimmy again. What's the hat yeah. Well was the half to me right now. Is i got a new phone already. I win on because drop them off my phone when the poor and say my dog what's happening is i got on. I went to the insurance thing and apple and i had insurance on my phone and the night before i was like boom this a turn your iphone off. I turn it off and they millman like twelve hours. It's my house wow that's awesome and so i haven't in my house. I'm going to take my cloud here. Upload them other phone and i got a new phone nice. That's what's the half's is that phone. Insurance is money. That's what my h- apps lunchbox you're up. Oh man august twenty eighth can't get here fast enough guys wore the world's season two premiers on m._t._v. That's the challenge. If you don't know what i'm talking about we didn't all the trailer is i thought it was the world all the world's. It was like an old band the most controversial radio show of all time because people thought it was real. It was real aliens. Were coming down. It was on the road eighty four book yeah antennae four no s._i._m. That's him go ahead. Finish your deal so i mean i can't yeah wait set your d._v._r. Get your popcorn ready. It's going to be amazing full of drama backstabs slow. I mean it's gonna be awesome more the world august twenty eighth. I'm so confused what you guys are talking about tom. Cruise is also an award. That's tom cruise worlds. Oh that was later win the remake yet not the old one good god make sure here. What's that georgia okay for. Not orson welles georgiana four yeah same close <hes> yeah or started questioning myself because i knew it wasn't what i was like. Maybe i'm wrong. Uh george orwell or joel orson or well. I mean you can see how that's easily mixed up definitely can <hes> what's the half's amy. Let's go wow l. Whoa i knew bit annual amy. What's the ads okay so. Maybe maybe you've seen that facebook launched their whole clear history feature and that's all because what's in that movie we watched the documentary no so what about the giant trades baseball cards cambridge in alaska. What's it called factory that great hack eh that like taught you all about this so mark zuckerberg is part of that whole drama was like hey. We're going to have to clear history thing but actually doesn't clear it for good. Eh still lives on the facebook server so it's still out there but it'll just be disconnected from individual users accounts tabby in your life right. Now i was told it was supposed was to be news and if one person at a personal story you could bring a personal story and boom you went person. Also i had to go new. Oh whatever you want. That's always what's happening in your life talked about his life long as over testing new bit here hey so in a couple of weeks. We are going to go to kansas the raising of the it's. We're playing affair wait. He's going personal not even just amy this again amy by the way we can modify amy yeah i know but bobby busted out of the personal stories over here like oh god. I go find a new st- okay. We'll come back to you for your personal. The law can't play so i started looking at foods at the at the county fair or the state fair and i found some really good food that i'm looking forward to. They have a moon burger that they have. It's like meat and cheese but instead of buns. It's like a moon pie. Wow that sounds amazing though i'm like looking forward to that and then now and when we when we tour like my kids are always like what are you bringing back so obviously gonna bring that back food and by the way we go do the safer and hutchinson then we go on on a bus overnight to saint louis foods. Gotta stay good for days frigerator in the bus and we don't be mad. We're figuring this out. I'm going to add i just had a good personal one our no. It's not even good. I just was ready. I don't like not being prepared. Go ahead. I was told it was something you're looking forward your world whether it's a new story ambient in your world it. It's well my the only one that got the memo that said hey we're try- nikkei but even then we've already decided we're moving from those so i know but i remind was lying story it. It was released by m._t._v. store as life was a combo mic. Simon is yeah fair. Whatever's happening in your world world okay. That's the only rule now we've modified it so don't have to stress about news. Whatever's happening in your world. Hey and that's how we go to the next one. Hey uh well. I got busted cheating to stevenson and it's really putting a damper on my nights because i read to him every night and i normally skip sentences or paragraphs because i can't because he couldn't really read that well and then we help us get through chapters in the book a lot faster and be like okay okay buddy type of go to bed and now that he knows words he can tell them skipping things and he's like mom. You miss that god skipped out you have have to go back and i'm like with other parents do this right another only one attempt feeling this segment and then we had a little issue here where it's going. It's still something you're kind of looking forward to. You got a new phone. It's in the world where you're looking forward to. I'm not perhaps what's happening like in the sixties and certainties wants to happen right. I'm not looking for reading and you're like yeah. That's all right. Hold on war. What's number two. What's the haves. I finished binge-watching mindhunter season two and i'm really sad because there's not a season three confirmed. Now i have to wait potentially like two years but all of the cast did sign on for three more seasons so there's more she more yes. Is it really good. I'm three episodes in yeah and it ends up something. We beat spoiler. It just ends us something with b._t. Cave that leaves you totally hanging. I love that song bump bump bump bump. Remember song dumping up bump bump bump bump bump know what you're talking about. Bump bump bump bump. He's still got. What's the house going making away. He'll pick your nose or raising cameras. Going elbow. Divas knows okay so what's the hatch we transitioned. It was a ray hits the clip and then something in your world also in this segment. Can you help me with something for what's the hap is making the big league league. Which is the show okay. I do like it. We go fast and something and you're willing to be a new store like lunchboxes was m._t._v.'s story is what he likes audio from that all you have to what's up. We can't say what yeah but i'm having to fill out this question thing. So what's the house for me is. I'm not very good at answering when my hobbies these are go ahead. What are my hobbies your hobbies are. I love to go hiking. What do you ask a whole list then. Put it hik- hiking being in yoga but that's it. I need more hobbies. I used to pay any time with my kids. That's a hobby yeah volunteering. There's life so you can still enjoy doing it. Volunteering at my kids orphanage you enjoy that health health and fitness hanging out with my friend bobby hobby because he's so cute rollerblade on hanging out i will. I'll let you actually do with my single friend. Bobby bobby boom single mingle instagram links below with all of you girls reading this now we talking. What's that for him. She can't say yet she was gonna. I'm gonna say this what she was going to do and he was going to talk about this thing. She's getting an award okay. I don't know what it is being being celebrated. You've gotten this award before yes. She's being celebrated and she wanted to talk about like hold on they may day. You make kick you out. I didn't know it wasn't like announced. The thing is like the people's influential people now. I didn't know it was a thing hit two boys and girls this. Oh yeah bombed bomb killers the beaches o- aw sea. I held this job for so long. It's not doesn't my hobbies. I guess i wondered if in the docu series day he ever got the writing and recording the song but it must be after like season three or four. What amy is that enough hobbies yeah no. I wish i was someone that was like gardening garden once once like six years ago for the garden once i really miss asia gardened i like i also i like to my one. One of my hobbies is starting hobbies. That's true too and quitting them. <hes> doctors find a twin growing inside a seventeen year old girl her twin. The twin twin is growing inside of the girl yep. <hes> they've found a girl she had severe stomach pain. She was also growing a lump in her stomach. Doctors realize was her malformed twin y seventeen that loan she she's not alive twin no. She's not a lot s. seventeen year old living inside that seven year old that's that's that's sad yeah crazy first time a girl that had been found with her twin how a a company has created the ultimate bet. It's a netflix and chill with a seventy inch built in screen. Oh my god screen comes up on the back of the bed. I was watching the news. I think you're gonna here in town on the national local news news and she was like hey he gets his. I guess she didn't realize what netflix and chill means really would you mean come over and hook up but she was like and you can adopted dog and he's great for like netflix and chill. Oh that's illegal read it on the national threatened. Do that and let's see good here. We've been we've been gone a bit. Thanks for listening to show meeting. They're going to be our boss. I'm coming. Hey raymond is right out there still so i'll come out there. I'm i'm done anyway. I gotta stop them are is like batman our boss i like that you might have the bluetooth earpiece like a conference call see he's gone like batman. Yeah you'd be walking down the halls and he'll be like. I think it's really important what's important to his ear. Not talking to you conference. I'm leaving work and he stayed on the street corner on the phone. I'm like dude. You have an off. I you put you you know how the answer can you hear me yeah. I think he can area you know what he enters too and they put the blue he can't hear you. They put the bluetooth sign in the sky so the batman in oh oh that's for me. I gotta go. I'll be right back right bad guys all right <hes>. We're gone amy's podcast. I wouldn't get to the clips today but you should have been tastic when we had up today new one four things four things on it or things with amy brown but there's a pretty cool thing on their blow are my the author bianca this woman she put out a book called how to make your life not suck and the the bobo was good. They'll hydrocarbons get well. We did a whole q._a. With him. People submitted questions the last few weeks so i took their questions like you. The listener took that and then bobo address them. It's all about health and nutrients and supplements and stuff is real name adam adam bobo everyone everyone bobo if i could be a clown hong kong <hes> all right. I'm going to go have everybody here is thursday. Show hope you good. We're good see see later but by hey. I'm andy if you don't know me. It's probably because i'm not famous but i did start a men's grooming company called harry's. The idea for harry's came out of a frustrating experience. I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch at harry's. Our approach is simple. Here's our secret we remake sharp durable blades and sell them on prices for as low as two dollars each. We care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like by a world class german blade factory obsessing assing over every detail means. We're confident offering one hundred percent quality. Guarantee millions of guys have already made the switch to harry's so thank you if you're one of them and if you're not we hope you give us a try with this special offer. Get a harry starter set with a five blade razor waited handle shave gel and travel cover offered just three bucks plus free shipping shipping just go to harrys dot com and enter four four four four at checkout. That's harrys dot com code four four four four enjoy. Your buddy miss the bombing cow transmitting erica aw a welcome to thursday show more studio morning a jessica in florida. You're on the bobby bones show jessica thanks for waking up and being part of the show a jessica ohio pretty good when you want to say <hes> i was actually calling in because i'm moved here about six months ago with my children and we were looking for a country station and come across the body done show one morning and every since then it's it's been a morning thing we can't start are without the bobby bones show. Yes i have a problem have a nine year world and a seven year old that are both autistic and they absolutely adore bobby bones and lunchbox and aims they asked every day even at in the evenings and on weekends listen to bobby bobby bobby lot on it now well. I'm always on iheartradio. That's right so it's amy. <hes> thank you very much. Thanks for the call. You guys wanted to early morning round of riddle me this. Oh oh yeah right here we go amy. Are you ready what goes up when the rain incomes down what goes up when the rain comes down riddle me this or got it evaporation incorrect. I'm sorry that is an umbrella. An umbrella goes up when the rain comes down how much have four legs soft in the middle hard all around. What am i have four legs soft in the middle hard all around. What am i often the middle and hard all around uh chair. It's a bad i'm sorry that's eddie. Yeah come on you. You can be the only one to get one. Come on your victory. I can be cracked. I can be made. I can be told i can be played. What am i. I can be cracked. I can be cracked. I can be made. I can be told i can be played. What am i if you get this. You win the early morning version of riddle me this. My first thing was an egg but they can't be played. I can be cracked. I can be made. I can be told can be played joke joke. That's correct. There's a winner wow. That's like one of those things. We're just came into my head. I live in what is good even crack jokes. You can tell a joke elliot how you are the the winter. Would you like to yell at me just to get us home all he does a ah good one but thanks man how you feel about that. Amy i mean pretty good except except for. I can't believe i didn't get umbrella that was we now let now when he says it like it makes you like oh. I know i welcome to the show. <hes> cody alan will be in today so that'd be fun. That'd be next hour cody allen from c._m._t. Good friend of mine and he's as good dude. We'll talk about how the country stars he gets to hang out with. We'll do jason dean rear view town now in the bobby bones show the bobby bowl show to our producer raymundo raimondo. Would you out of there in florida off the coast jacksonville. They're still searching for those two missing firefighters to run a fishing trip. They've been missing almost a week now. In california police stopped a potential shooting at a hotel cops arrested the hotel cook who'd stockpiled outguns and was planning an attack. Luckily they stopped him before he did finally near new orleans a five year old boy unknowingly broad drugs kindergarten. Luckily none of the kids took the drugs. The parents have been arrested back to your bones are. That's the news coming up. Amy thinks she was kind of the right but i think maybe she should have been put in jail for the next thing you talk about. Oh wow i think they should have put you in the big house to teach you a lesson okay. We'll talk about that coming up next bobby bobby bowl show what happened to you yesterday uh-huh so it was in the gas station parking lot and i was reversing out of spot in the parking lot and i hear like a honk and then and i look over and it's a police officer and i rolled my window thinking <hes> something wrong with my car or what and he said you might want to buckle up if you're going somewhere it has like i'm buckling up. I'm gonna call up. I promise i'm going to buckle up but i just put my car and i. I hadn't buckled up yet because i was still in. My parking spot sort of was the car moving. Yes it was in reverse. Not no i know but i was like oh no i was. I'm gonna buckle. Don't worry worry and he said you should club before that car. Even hits reverser drive sounds like yes sir good thing. He didn't ticket you right. I mean i guess i see could have been how lame if i would be telling a lie you ever look is a long tortuous lame. I said yes sir. I showed respect but then i and then i was kinda. Bummed stevenson wasn't with me because he would've loved that encounter and he would. It'd be like you're right. I always tell mom bomb. Karategi buckled. I was and we can't be on our phones driving here anymore. Can't even hold it in your hand and i was sitting in a lot yesterday. There was this guy next to me was texting away and i grabbed my phone. We're gonna take a picture of and then. I thought well i'm also breaking the law by taking a picture of him in the law so i didn't get it right. I was going to get <hes> and be like citizens. Arrest on instagram didn't do it and the list of states that were the most rude can't believe arkansas was number. Two on the list. Think new york was number. One that makes the city of new york city the state the whole state like up like upstate new york's awesome. They're super nice arkansas number. Two the friendliest date is minnesota minnesota in the tennessee's number two friendly and texas number four. Oh good so like arkansas. I don't even know what's wrong weird. I guess i gotta get back up when i'm about to run on this damn country music here. We go the bobby bones show on this day in the country today in nineteen ninety-seven that's what we'll talk about. Where were you in one thousand nine hundred eighty junior high school twenty two years ago. You were a junior in high school like going to say like that now on on this day in one thousand nine hundred seven kenny chesney lands first number one ever with she's got it off on the song was written by craig wiseman and drew womack. It was released as the first single from kennedy's nineteen ninety seven album. I will stand which was his fourth album by the way three albums know number. One's chesney had already really six singles for this song came out. None of them went number one. He came close. When you put out one i closed my eyes which went to number two but not number one and here is around aw kennydale has thirty number one songs sold over thirty million albums worldwide but it didn't come that easy to kenny you get put out six songs and none of them hit until i guess that's six one hit number two in the didn't get a number one song till after that and that's jesuit number one for the first time on this day in nineteen ninety-seven bounce national hollywood morgan number two thirty seven ski old dominion. We're on the t._v. Show song lan last night and chose one of the songs to record for themselves. It's called young here. It is congratulations suchet of dan shea and his wife hannah they announced. They're expecting another baby and it's a boy drake. White was hospitalized after a near collapse onstage during a show recently. He just revealed that he has debilitating brain condition called a._b._m. Is known since january of this year but hopes sharing now will help others a morgan number two. That's your skinny. It's time for the good news bad. There's this seventh grader named diesel. Oh he made fifteen thousand dollars selling livestock at the local fair cases. I wanna do something good with that fifteen thousand dollars and he donated all the hospital little how old they could seventh grade. That's crazy and his name's diesel diesel. That's also he's so piper a contributing factor and how cool this kid is yes. We go. What's see win it showing yeah. I'm doing livestock fifteen thousand dollars all to saint jude. That is what it's all about right there. That was telling me something good was show <music> coming up cody allen who may know from c._m._t. Or from the cody allen radio show is a friend of mine. He is what countries call about so <hes> he's going to be in studio. We'll even do a little draft with cody allen. We love drafts right and i'm gonna take part in this one on banned from the other later today but i'm hopping this because there's no point it'll get awarded cody allen coming the next gets him. Bobby bones found dead. This story comes those from houston texas as a man got pulled over driving a stolen car but he fled from police. They couldn't find him anywhere. They searched the vehicle found his driver's license sitting on the driver's seat. Wow i was not expecting that. They knew who he was right. Then and there finally footprints handsome woods no he left his driver's license seat yeah. They chased him but funny couldn't go back to the car. There's the driver's license they'll be able to find him really easy there. You have it. I'm lunchbox logs on your bonehead story today. In the montgomery county maryland courthouse there are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people to things from the early days of the investigation are clear no one knew for sure who committed the murders but some had a theory sorry about who engineered them soon as i heard the details. I knew my dad was involved right away. We know it was lawrence horn. I knew who else instantly assumes orange. Everybody knew that lawrence horn was responsible. Nobody even better but at the time of the murders lawrence horn was clear across the country watching tv in his los angeles home and he could prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. I'm jasmine morris from iheartradio and hit home media this this is hitman. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts bobby bones on the bobby bones show now cody allen. What's the first country song that you remember hearing as a kid. Let's see here. I grew up every morning my mom made breakfast and so i remember her playing country music every single morning and she would play and i remember dolly parton being one of those artists and i would say maybe islands in the stream dali and kenny when you hear this reminds me of childhood it does it also must be like the smell of like x. cooking and bacon sizzling in the kitchen. I know it sounds cheesy but it's true for me me because it's funny you mention the cooking those memories that come back with music john anderson swing into my grandmother and she adopt me for a while and raise me. I remember remember here john anderson swinging. That never really thought about it so much until now but i think that's the first country song that i had heard yeah. You know this one eddie. Oh yeah man is a swing. I remember i remember this one well to <hes>. What was her name a little charlotte charlotte charlotte eating chocolate pie talk this country concert ever <hes> yeah. I think it was the judds <hes> <hes>. I remember going to remember linda ronstadt yeah yeah. She was really a pop artist. Pop rock artists. I remember going to her concert. That was like i like arena show and my dad took me. He was a huge music fan. So <hes> i remember growing up in the house with lots of music playing all the time but i wouldn't say the judge at the state fair in south carolina. That was probably first country show. Do you have to deal. You're with because both of us. We have friends that are also artists and we know things about them and we can't really address it. Even though we would like to talk about like secret you ever have a secret and you're like. I can't say this about you and then eventually it comes out and you're like oh like what's the biggest secret you've had kind of had to about an artist. Yeah like what's the biggest city of had to keep like maybe well. I think we all know big. Secret was for the longest time. What about an artist <hes> yeah. I don't know that i've had <hes> one of those. I think that when i came out to keith urban was probably one of those moments that i'll never forget because you came out to keith urban. I did on camera. No oh okay it was after. I did an interview with him and you know again. He's a nice kind of world's super sweet. He always concerned about you and <hes> he he asks how you deal. You and i think i said something along the lines of like i've been struggling with a few things been working out if you think my life and <hes> and he said what do you mean that moment i had not planned to see a word to see him about being gay but he immediately. I decided i said i'm gay. I'm trying to figure out what to do with that and how to deal with how to evolve my life so i can you you know who i am. And what was that like for you to come out as gay in the country music landscape for me. I thought it was awesome and i was like dude. What like yeah. I'm here for you but like what was that like i guess pre coming out publicly and then post from from what i do no difference because because i didn't change any of the things that i you know any of the ways i interview any of the way they do. My shows nothing changed. Their people wouldn't know the difference but i <hes> i do think i changed since i became a lot more comfortable with myself. Stop second guessing things that i said <hes> when you go through life and you're thinking people think something about you and you know something something about yourself that they don't wanna let that vulnerability outs. You wanna like <hes> you want to not be ashamed of it anymore. I think i carry that around for a long time so getting to the point where i felt comfortable. Just letting that go you know rocks in my backpack. I for people like you get those rocks backpack. Life is easier you can you can carry on a lot lot the easiest so from that standpoint i think i- i got better were you worried that there would be some pushback yeah for sure. Oh my gosh i thought it would be sixty forty negative to positive and it was <hes> it was ten ninety. You know it was like yeah. I only got a little bit push-back and most people said really wonderful nice things so <hes> most people just want people to live their lives and be truly right like just think about how we i think we generally just want people to live their lives to be happy. You're not hurting kids or animals like rocket. Do your deal right yeah. I think that's absolutely true and i think people bond with you and you guys know this from doing. <hes> <hes> your show is that when they feel like you're a human you have emotions. There's a connection that happens and i think that one on one it becomes a lot easier when you let all the walls <hes> cody allen is here from c._m._t. Hang up one more segment sure all right. We're gonna come back with cody alan. I got a on ask you who in your phone. That's cool okay and then i wanna ask you about close. I will come back with cody. Allen bobby bobby on the bobby bone show now cody cody alan from c._m._t._s. here. You <hes> have to wear a lot of different clothes on t._v. Questions they give you a budget by your plan. No there's yeah they. They give me close so close then give me a budget. I someone buys clothes and says hey do you like this. Do you like that and then i just just pick out what i like and where that guy was. Probably i mean if you wanna get exact it's probably like it used to be thirty to thirty one right now. Gold judge me guys. Don't judge me judging. What are you bobby thirty eight twenty eight. Stop stop it <hes> yes so like a thirty one thirty. Maybe will you wear an outfit again. It's on tv no but i will in real life okay. Well you wear an outfit again. It was on instagram. Oh yes absolutely i just wouldn't i wouldn't i went to post it. There might be some distance between the post right. That's yeah that's fair. That's fair. How big's your closet. It's pretty big yeah yeah. There's a lot of stuff in there and it's divided into two closets. Why two tv close a normal close partners. Go tunnel close to so. You're both sharon closet gay dudes. We have like gotta have doesn't make sense to me. I do that your best country music impression. Do you have one of those. <hes> let's see here. You're probably probably luke bryan. Yeah i mean everybody's probably got luke bryan. This point don't own american. I i'm bobby is going to be on american idol going hollywood pretty good. What do you think katie does pretty good anyone. Who's yours luke. Look eric eric church too like hey cody okay don. I wanna hear your luke though now oh my luke is perfect. Peroxy bobby is the perfect guy for american idol because he's one americans a mentor perfect jayco into oh dude. It's gotta be right time in the morning and be like did so. I heard you guys on the radio. Dude like what's the deal dude like bashing. That's really good. That's also jake jake says. Does it also quoting <hes>. Who's the person you have on your phone <hes> keith probably i still can't believe i have his is number. It's weird you know i this whole thing is weird surreal to me most of the time because i don't feel like i'm just a normal guy. I literally drove. We have a clunker car and our family like i gave it to my my daughter. I she drove it and then my son drove it for a couple of years because i don't think teenagers should have like a you know a great car to begin with. You want them to have a clunker so i drove that today because my car in the shop. It's been the shop for about a month now so i the point is i don't take myself too seriously. Sleep and i don't think that i run a lot of pride. I just i know so. What was your question okay so having keith in my phone missile. Is i mean what is this life. I really feel that way less than you know. I'm big fan. I'm so grateful that you came in thank you. Thanks for having me for a while. You have great teeth thank you you have a great presence about you. You're very pleasant to be around your good dude. I think we've <hes> been working round and with each other about almost seven years now so you're the only one fistfight me to my face yet. Congratulations everything here and making all of this happened. We've watched it all and <hes> it's. It's an honor to be here so thank you. I don't know what this this guy is here. What is the m._c. hammer. I've seen this on your on the story yeah. I don't know what's up with. This listener gave me that and it was in a box. I didn't know as a collectors item worth a decent amount of money right and so i just ripped it out of the box like yours my toy. I'm going to play with hammered. Hammered time didn't know that that was the deal there but <hes> glad you thank you for coming um and of course that any any feeling right now. What song are you feeling right now. <hes> tough question to put you on the spot with i mean. Can you get any better than combs. Beer never broke my heart smash. <hes> and i love that song then we'll play it right now do because you're a way better radio than i am do. I don't know what that means but usually talk a better. I don't have a good speech pattern. I can't say words. I stumbled on. Everything stopped so if you were to set up the case set up. Let's look comes never broke my heart but do it like you're doing our show. Oh really okay so a number of my heart big huge number. One hit for luke combs right here on the bobby bones show. Hey yeah my heart alright. I hate to interrupt but real quick. I think you'll want to check in with a a couple of friends of mine alexa good morning good morning and allow me to welcome writer actor and comedian chelsea handler alexa. I'm just checking in with your morning meditation. Try this one. I am a channel for loving peaceful energy. Okay i am channel for loving peaceful energy interesting. What does that mean. No idea sounds nice though it put it on a coffee mug that's right checking in with chelsea. Handler and alexa is easier easier than it's ever been before. If you want to start your morning right it's as easy as talking. Just try saying alexa good morning. Alexa good morning and alexa and chelsea handler will take care of the rest. Oh one more thing before we go. If you want more chelsea handler who doesn't make sure to check out our podcast life the death of me on iheartradio <music> sammy's pile of stories so oh planters is now selling container of just the cheese powder. That's on top of their cheese. Balls planters cheese balls yeah. They're like the big old container owner of cheese balls like baltimore right. It's like the pringles top of the lid. It's like the last the town on those things so they discontinued cheese balls back in. I keep hitting the balls but really it's physi- on the cheese eh back in two thousand and six they discontinued those but brought him back last year and then discontinued them again so now they want to put out a container of the cheese he's powder but it's like as part of employees to talk about how they're going to bring back cheese balls for good. You can't buy the powder though but you can win it. You just go to ask mr peanut. That's who makes it tell them what food you wanna. Sprinkle the cheese dust on and you could win it. What is that one food. You look back and you're like hamuli. Eat that all the time because cheese balls calls for me all the time <unk> down any cheese balls in just watch wrestling yeah cheese balls and pork rinds i still i still still love him and every great once in a while because i love the gas station shop yeah i'll get pork rinds good stuff man. What's the one food you look back and go probably a little too much that komo marshmallows out of the bag because they were fat free thought i'm fat free so i mean in like junior high and high school well. I thought that that was okay and i just out of the bag of just eat marshmallows hooker that is just might as well straight fat and calories of all that sugar like mountain dew for me to istrict three liter a day at least a three day. I'll be like roof cares. The awesome stuff tastes awesome. I love the burned. The i told you the night i woke up and opened up a small aw kansas sprite my house because for my birthday which was in april one of my friends brought me all the ingredients to make my own shirley temples so she brought me there that ah the grenadine grenadine and the seven up and the cherries and i never had this don't drink much soda but i woke up craving hard and had like half of it and i was like oh that's the spot i got me hit and then you were good good eddie anything for you. I think all through high school it was pizza hawaiian punch and twix still the same every had yesterday. They were the chocolate and peanut butter bars. I i you know but they were at the school checkout and they were just in a clear plastic little bag and i don't even know whether they were kind of like star crunch but they were so good in those little debbie anything she made like in. My mom would just buy that socks day and she didn't even have to ask permission. What was my mom thinking. The education wasn't there it. How processed food was affecting us. That's right that was really the case. So why don't you blame it on your mom. It's okay and am type faster asser on your computer or your phone my computer because i can use both hands and i've been all my computer longer. I would imagine if you're fourteen. You're probably better on your phone yeah people under thirty five or at least twenty times more likely to say that they're better on their phone and then people in our wheelhouse and then especially people fifty five and up. It's all computer morgan number due to your twenty-five faster on your phone or computer computer you do work on your computer everyday both hands on the computer but again if you grew up in your sixteen and you really didn't spend it on a laptop and you're only on your phone yeah. I could see how you could fly. I can do both thumbs. <hes> that that there's gonna be some dumb carpal apple tunnel situations happening and text neck for these kids like four generations from now if the world's salim exists our environment or by just crapping on it <hes> if you're gonna walk on trump's in their neck because it's going to get passed down generation yeah. What else have you saw this on reddit. Bobby your favorite place to go just waiting to say that because you don't want to read it all the time. <hes> you know starting to go over there a little bit. You say how awesome it is awesome for anybody. There's it basically something for everyone on red and this is for me up possessive mother-in-law aw bought a new wedding band for her son because she didn't like the one that you know his fiancee and him had made for him and she says the ring is more his style so there's this whole the threat of people like freaking out that like he needs to get his mom out of his life. She's too much involved in like what what would you do. If you're the fiance. I think the mom needs a new role role for sure that being said she goes she came in. She was like here. I had you. This may does your wedding because this is more your style. Let me say this and not to stick up for the mother-in-law mother-in-law but more so that fiancee knows what she's getting yourself into that mother-in-law doesn't go crazy one day. She knows if she's marrying that do she's not do without her whole life so i don't think she's totally shocked by how she's acting as i'm sure people that act crazy are usually acting crazy before that one time not cool. I wouldn't like it would have to have a conversation crazy but she probably isn't surprised by it and also mother-in-law know your lane. You're not to buy your husband is your son is engaged marine their life yeah perfect. If you're listening know your lane no you're well. There's just an important thing to keep in mind of for all of us to think of our lanes and know them because 'cause sometimes we can act may. Maybe not just like this what she's doing. This can be out of our lane so sub tweet toward me. No you're not you're in your lane pretty much all my blinker on well. I like when you dabble in my lane. You helped me until you want to slap me. Thing is that it okay <hes> profile. If i ever wanted to slap you know exactly. When can you tell me. I don't know they've ever given off the vibe. They're on a slap. You thought about it. I don't mean physically uh-huh strangle me. Physically there you go. That's fine thank you. That was amy's pile of stores. Tell me something good. This teenage girl does something to raise money for charity that i've never heard of anyone doing before i mean i've done something similar but on a much much much much smaller scale but wanna tell you this. You're going to be like that's humanly possible and a teenage girl did it. We'll talk about that all those crazy details up next. Tell honey something good next on the bobby bones show. It's time for the good news. Angel more has been swimming for ten years and she recently challenged herself to finished her longest ever distance water swim so the sixteen year oh from california <hes> just completed the feat swimming twenty eight point five miles allow around manhattan new york and it was all for a good cause. She swam almost thirty miles. That's crazy using her nine. Hour swim also included the twenty bridges challenge where she passes under twenty bridges around manhattan. She raised fifty thousand dollars for the nonprofit offit children international which benefits kids and poverty. She said the most challenging part isn't the distance. It's the heat. Can you would think in water. That wouldn't be the case <music> but she's i swam a mile mile. That's crazy and i was like. I don't see how people will do this crazy heart. She's swim longer than marathon. Earth on that's that's insane so congratulations to her good for her and good on her angel more. That's what tell me something. Good is all about that was was telling me something good latest from nashville hollywood morgan number two thirty seconds giddy old dominion were on the t._v. Show song land last night toes one of the songs to record themselves. It's called young paradis sir. I was watching old dominion story last night and it puts us up. I didn't get to see it last night but it's pretty cool song. I saw an pretty good. They put up some good songs on that. Show yeah what else you got over there. Congratulations touche dan shea and his wife hannah they announced. They're expecting another baby and it's a boy. Uh that's two boys rather maybe a boy yes yeah two boys <hes> they're all agreeing what else and then drake white was hospitalized after near collapse onstage during a show and he just revealed that he has a debilitating brain condition called av 'em and he's known since january january but he hopes sherry now is gonna help them others and he brought this up in the studio. Yesterday i like drake white dude. I don't know what avium is. Though did you research that at all. It's just said that his arteries in his brains is brain. Were all tangled up and that's kind of basically what it is brain brain and heart and spinal cord this and long are you just go down all the imported all right. We'll rooting for them. Morgan amateurs do number two s. Ask your buddy and math miss the bombing transmitting america bobby pretty good our because coming up in a minute we will get to our fantasy draft. The draft will be cereals and eddie has the first overall pick. I do now since i finish last. I don't get to play in this one but i was thinking about this last night because i'm into would i might go. Are you going to give them away now. It's i'm not even playing. I mean they don't give us ideas often do this anyway. Maybe go fruit loops. I but that's not what i'm going. I'm just saying pretty strong sure. Do you want to tip us off over. Pick <hes>. What are you going to go with. It's named after another kind of breakfast. Item think about that cinnamon cinnamon cinnamon toast crunch lyneham enroll. That's a good solid picked up those what you go back. I scared i'll tell you what i'm going with can't steal it from you. You actually get to go right onto that. Okay okay. We'll come back in a second and do that. Let's go over to amy now and get the investigative corny where we have to figure out the answer to the joke. Want a one joke streak. Not oh good we got last week though how to eat elephant one bite at a time one bite at a time that wasn't a joke. No i know one joke at a time to get a ten jokes tariq streak to my goal all right here. We go <music> morning courtney. What does a vegetable where to the beat. What's what does the vegetable where to the beach carrot top a crop in cup. Talk crow has got to be <hes> coach <hes> bikini of big <hes>. Is there something heaney. It's gotta be something like a bikini automating suit. Something like it's got the swimsuit what what vegetables swimsuit eggplant. Let's go down the vegetables corn horn celery carrot parrot carrot top broccoli. I care very underrated by the way the comedian great prompts <hes> the keene ooh. I don't anything about vegetables grow in the ground or in trees my point. I think crop tops because it's it's a crop. I mean that's just the only thing what does a vegetable wear to the beach the sand it says what is a vegetable so it's not going to be specific specific vegetables bones but it could be it really could be it could be a bronco bracco brocchini brocchini bikini the stem root stem. Oh now now now that the worst so close at one point crop tini. Tom mckean vic vic vic vic brussel sprouts <music> zucchini time well we wouldn't advisors polka okay does akini are his thing. It hit us with that raimondo rough morning. Courtney disgusted with myself amy what is it. What does the vegetable where to the beat whether the vegetable wear to the beach zucchini was it it probably bobby works bobby what's easy like brock and and i was stuck on crop talk to. I mean well next week next week right. We're not losers bracing herself to the biggest comeback history yeah that's right. <hes> jimmy allen best shot out brother. What's up just disappointed me too yeah john cameras now. I wanted to eat in the us so upset bobby bentley in arkansas bentley. Thanks for calling the show what's happening. Hey bobby. I was just wondering what you think. Alcohol tastes like you'd never even had a sit amanda. Just say it. I mean i really have never had a drink alcohol. I'd love to still feel like it's for me because i'll drink a lot. If you knew the show <hes> i i've never had a drink not because i don't want to or think that it'd be fun. I guess but you know i my mom was an addict and alcoholic and she passed winter forties. My biological father there was an alcoholic and he bailed and so i was like this is not for me that being said i bet it tastes like a unicorn or like skittles and strawberries and candy does that we can get something sweet aran islands. I can smell you can smell what stopped tastes like i smell beer. Ear sounds like it was like oh yeah gross never want to at all take that it doesn't taste like whiskey i agree the people love it but like i would do like a virgin divergence. <hes> version drinks <hes>. I i would do like a virgin pinochle. I don't know the difference or zima. All can imagine me rolling down with some zuma's return when i do some of those <hes> carbonated. What are you drink. I do white claw and then also the truly it's hard seltzer and would love it. I probably did that to bury type flavor so much flavor so i don't really know i i have no idea i'm not going to drink at least not now. Birth is coming up in april four. I'm i'm i'm so ready for your at comes. Here comes a little bit away. Maybe i go hard on that birthday. I really feel like you would tasted unique a lotta and it would instantly hit your bloodstream and you'd feel like tinguely. We don't do <hes> yeah. That's the deal bentley's that a good answer. I really don't know i can just smell things i can smell food to figure assume and what it tastes like but i think that you would like to take the taste of probably right <hes> yeah. Thanks for the call. If you're out there and you're not drinking or you stop drinking. Hold onto that like ain't no need for it i should i have so much fun with it. Thank you edited edited looking at me like i'm lying. That's good good for you. We're gonna come back and we're gonna get into our <hes> fantasy draft drafting cereals cereals raimondo ramona. You'll be on my spot today <hes> so because i'm not going to play i finished last in the last one so i'm gonna sit back as a commentator. I'm gonna do play by play and color commentary nice and <hes>. We'll see what you really think about our picks. Yeah definitely definitely do that. We'll draft cereals and then <hes> i did <hes> comedy lasts ascended award show. I'll just read you a whole act. Spoil it before. I did it last night. I'll tell you how it went and one joke that did not do well some that did pretty well some that killed field so it was all improve material but i'm okay being vulnerable insurance that you guys <hes> so we'll do that and are coming on sharona. I dance partner not going on dancing with the stars the season everybody's hit me up and i'm like a lot of talk to you. I can go talking about people on my show. It is tell them so. We'll come back and do that next. Show the right time for the fantasy draft for today and we'll be drafting our favorite cereals so three rounds. There are five teams drafting. The team with the best team of cereals will win after our listeners voted bobby. I'll be bones dot com. L let me encourage you again. You can't go off just the first pick because if that were the case the first person drafting would win every time so you gotta go with the full body of work because at first person in drafting has dropped the last and the second round so it's a week or second round so look at the full body of work pick the team that you think is the best and they get a point. We'll start. Ah the first pick of the draft today in the best serials is going to our video producer eddie eddie come on baby. You know what it is the best cereal in the lynn cinnamon toast crunch very strong. I love. I love the milk after it too. Oh that's the best part not the best part eddie oh but it is a really good cinnamon toast crunch morgan number two. You have the second pick of the draft. I'm going to go with breath. Lucky charm man. I mean not like it was going to be there at the end right right now because all grown scratch. I love lucky charms because again. It's a metaphor four from alive right but the reason why you don't enjoy them as much as because you eat them the way you do you go the needs for and then marshmallows at the again if you do get the marshmallows if you were to mix them all together you'd be like oh. This is perfect. Good pick number two solid pick. My gosh again ali. I really wanted that to be my first. One raymundo cereal draft your first round go ahead. You can't believe it's still here. Fruity pebbles elmont edinburgh one me too. That's first rounder he. I don't know that's first rounder but oh man you guys crazy. Amy oh my goodness. Oh my oh goodness okay. Oh golden grahams generics does golden grams awesome for the third round for that one well. I mean they took. We okay what bobby it's. It's you look at the whole. I know i know a bunch of fruit loops before going round so i don't even have fruit loops on my list. Oh no down goes most sorry. I wasn't into fruit loop. I know i know but i was in some golden grahams. I would crush them right now actually would you lunchbox. Is your first pick of the man. My first round pick was going to be fruity pebbles but they're gone and that's okay. I don't panic. I don't go oh golden grams. I go with something. That's not good. They're great. Oh points. That's funny now. Now now no so good. I was never like mom by means like box. Your your first pick of the second round. First pick of the second round man is a tough one. This is really hard. I'm going can crooks know where it was. I i didn't even think about captain crunch crunch berries on that. I'm doing crunch. He's not being defined by one of your tricks interest in all right amy back over to your second round pick in cereals. What's what's cereals left honey graham. Oh in <hes> granola low fat skim you. You are honey graham. Oh good oh good okay. Have you ever had them. She's gonna win anyway. No i'm not but these are good like i don't even know what you're talking about. Okay again is you're saying i thought they were just i. I didn't realize they were called. Honey grandma's those called ceos utah. That's why i all the os knows you. You love those okay. We're all confused by whatever honey graham oh's is but that's what the the full name does a good pick. I like goes. Oh so now i'm back in it with <music> out. You get all those all those member one time for your birthday. I just filled a suitcase suitcase full of oats. I love it was just a weird way to say. I'd like to take a step back and go. I think this is a good pick. You went weird with some full title contemplated middle name but i went to you all right all right so it. The official name is honey graham. Oh's i'll just we'll just call it what they are. They're ernst wants solid second. Pick raymundo back over to you cereal draft yeah you little kids. Don't know anything about these little mini pieces of french toast french toast crunch that cinnamon toast crunch eric version now. It's like when we look at franken berry yeah yeah and all these side kinds. It's basically brother of cinnamon toast. Crunch does exist okay so you can have that. Oh interesting. I mean amy raymundo. Just well well well. Golden grahams are solid and standby. I know he just said we're. You're in number two. I mean i think you're okay. I'm gonna go with tricks. Those are good silly. Rabbit tricks are for kids. Go ahead. Go ahead good. What do you think about the solid answer. She's winning. What did you say about somebody. Who was the best. I said are sport right now. <hes> eddie i mean you guys mentioned and you're not going back to it so i'm just gonna take a fruit loop solid set this one of the best serial <hes> mascots ever yeah yeah love fruit. Let's take three picks up one time. That's why i didn't take on my list golden grahams for the uh-huh golden gram. Don't kill golden guilt me you make fun of it two girls and one for me last tuesday golden golden okay yeah yeah <hes> in video games next week. She lives with golden teeth a video game golden goldeneye or favourite mass golden bear jack nicklaus. This is my favorite eddie. <hes> third pick go ahead third pick again here he goes ooh. I got a lot to choose from here to go <music>. Oh lots lots are going cookie chris because solid pick out of nowhere because again bones after you eat it melt chocolatey letty cookie crisp. Nobody gets cooking. Chris in the cop and the burglar tasted each other good solid pick. I'm winning the mortgage number two. I like eating candy so i like it. In cereal reese paths your teeth are gonna rot out from august uh-huh what she's doing here is. She's like sub tweet drafting her dentist guy that she is. She's rounding. All these really sugary cereals israel's to be like. I don't need you know the sugary. Cereals are the best one full sugarcubes in milk. Take that dentist as it receives rhesus. This doesn't get. They're already doing to <hes> pretty boring by telling you if you go get a bull right now. It's frigging good good life. Life is good. A rosy right right can't last in amy's just walking yourself off the plane. It's great that is so solid yeah. You did that from me. Y'all wrestle so then lived until you've met life. You're up okay well. Last liam. Go cocoa for cocoa. Puffs is a solid one little ones good yeah. It's prize it. It lasts long tricks cocoa puffs and the draft lunchbox final pick. Oh i got like three that i wanna take one is going to make me feel like an old man because it is either one very brandy. <hes> one is really good. It's i don't know if it's a spin off a fruit loops of hoops yeah no. That's what i used to get from the bottom line for the box. They were in the bag the bag and there's one that snap crackles and pops ops. You're answering lunchbox. I'm gonna go with apple jacks. That's a pretty solid one jacks. Are we have our teams here. We have eddie with cinnamon toast crunch fruit loops and cookie chris paul is that's a super bowl team right there. That's super bowl. We we have morgan number two with lucky charms tricks and reese's puffs l. Then i felt real good okay pretty good raymundo with fruity pebbles french toast crunch stepbrothers which are good by the way they're absolutely absolutely and life. Life demaim makes me like once a week to cancel out all the other ones <hes> amy has golden grams os and cocoa puffs not a bad team really not a bad team. Experts diverse actually and then lunchboxes frosted flakes captain crunch and apple jacks also saw the team. I would've taken honeycomb forgotten honeycomb solly when we used to fight over the back of the box. What about i would've taken like they had count chocula. I had that one solid alad and then there were his brothers like blueberry booby. Both of them franken berry anything else i i had crackle no brand. I had to felt like there was an old person. Thing honey bunches of oats good one. You've got the honey down and honey nut cheerios the loves hunting older than honeys curiouser classic. I think you guys drafting today. Thanks bones a lot of good teams on the board. Uh morgan number twos loading up right now and you can go to bobby bones dot com and the next twenty minutes or so and vote on the team that you think when the championship yes feel good amy feel good. I feel good ed revealing your hard time because you just mispronounce teams and well. No i mean i guess i gave the full name of os so now i know simplified. Just keep it what people know it just goes but now but now on the more you know golden. He's like i'm going with proctor and gambles owes what the name of you know. Sorry okay okay good good. I'm good now. I'm craving cereal. Yeah have oatmeal in my bag so what kind oh just regular old meal cinnamon nothing exciting. I can't eat that seventy more. There's no sugars. We have a aw. I always thought i would never be a serial person ever but yeah we dabble now but it is not anything on this list just like it haven't tried cinnamon toast crunch. Nope frosted mini. Wheats those are good forgot about that one. I also thought if somewhere pretty pebble someone would go cocoa pebbles pebbles chocolate oakland milk after your breakfast cereal cocoa puffs gives you that that's right all right. We'll come back back and we're back at the ron. Burgundy podcast season do baby carolina. Here is a pathological liar. Okay so what what does her brain look like. I normally would disagree with this but i made a pact with run earlier so y'all. Let's go with that. Brush your teeth. Whenever what else does it's on holidays and sometimes i forget. I'm not perfect smell of your breath. Bother you mean the smell of rare steak and aged whiskey no carolina data. That doesn't bother me. You're leading a little bit for the back of your shirt that means it was a good waxing. They got the entire hair follicle. If you say i i know so. How long has it been bleeding. It's been bleeding all night long axes to throw my sheets out. This is ron burger until next time. Don't use public restrooms. Listen to the ron burgundy podcasts on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts bobby and let's go over and talk to debbie in virginia who was on a phone debbie. What's happening not much going to work call. We won't say <hes> first time caller. I'm just asking about your again. How does his exam for his ass off and he had a cherian as i. That's what they call it. There's apparently two eyelids with these dogs and so the bottom eyelid gets swollen very common in bulldogs didn't know this never had bulldog and it's kind of grown over the bottom part of the eye and they called a cherry 'cause like a big red not and so i'm freaking out. Obviously i'm like well. World's over our friends have bulldogs like hates common. Sometimes vets say let the other one go ahead and do because kind of genetic thing and if you get one one the other one usually grows to and they added cliff them off or there's something to it right and that's like him neutered and then we can wait and do it all at once so i took him to. The vet yesterday gave me some creams <hes> so i put them all on me yesterday. Now the dog also walked into that one <hes> i yeah put put some cream and like some stuff in his eye and if it doesn't go down then the that'll take care of it when he gets neutered but as long as it's not in his eyeball inspecting his vision. It's not really hurting them that much. If any so that happened he is still going to training next week. He's going to be away for or six days and so because i'm going to be gone for some of that week and so he's going to go s._m._e. Putting them in a doggy daycare senator training and so the train was like we're all good. We'll take care of it. Not a big deal so not the best news but not near as in the world. I thought it would be so. I appreciate that call debbie. Thank you that's good. We have a malamute husky and he's about one hundred and forty pounds of i know what you're going through with. The puppy stage because ours ate everything in sight so my dog won't stop chewing on not just shoes but like i think he's a he likes human. I think he likes to eat human yeah yeah like his favorite things to chew on and now as jaws are getting strong because he's starting to grow a little bit of the bulldog and he just shoot. He doesn't snap by like he's biting angrily. He just puts his mouth on your instructors. I hurt and so i tell them. I'm like hey didn't feel good. No understand it on your arm okay. I'm going to cover my whole body and hot sauce all right dog. It's it's going good at times frustrating but pretty good my hired someone to walk my dog in the middle middle of the night when he was super puppy because needed to get out every four hours or so because his bladder was so small <hes> now she comes at like eleven and he does you know six seven hours fine. It's almost time to stop it that dog walker and i'm there in the daytime so some people will get a dog word. Come by whether at work this mostly for me <hes> <hes> but everything's going pretty good on my instagram you see the room used to put him in his own little room. Put them in there. <hes> went home last night after the word show and open ended up and he's just chilling so he's grown up pretty good yeah in the morning we hang out and put him on the bed in the morning and just lays around. He's good so yeah. It's all it's all going all right appreciate that. <hes> let me go to heather in south carolina. Who's on the phone heather south carolina. Thank you for calling the bobby. Show what's going on the morning studio. It's morning. I just wanted to complement y'all. I really like your show. I just recently started listening to it <hes> and i just i'm really appreciative of your positive attitude in the morning. Bobby puts me in a good mood nine. I'm just thankful oh well. Thanks for listening huge call into <hes> you know we try to keep try to keep one hundred hundred which is on deposit. That's right. That's right. Sometimes that don't happen. Sometimes i wake up grumpy. What did you say to me this morning. Oh amy was positively this morning walking into the studio. It was early early it. She was like i really i'm rooting for you on this morning corny. I was like thanks friend then. We didn't name me but she was like. I really want you to get yeah did so. We didn't get it by the way we mr the suit. Tell them tell them the punchline next time i don't want it and she offered it offering it but i probably could throw a buck or so that way we can challenge the couple of texts here bobby david english or french bulldog english bulldog another one. We started cussing again. I have not i don't i think upset curse word and three years at this point i might though never know and i turned into gold goatee start cursing. You really have in. I've been watching for it yarmouth castle now. It doesn't pop in my head crazy. I don't communicate within myself and curse words. That's right. I mean that's strong. That's like i mean it's not like you didn't cuss for awhile in your life. Yeah i wanna go metalized. Thanks for all the tax you can text us text bobby. That's it's the phone. Number is two six two two nine job y so send your message to bobby and we'd love to have it up here on the show. We got a whole screen of texas just coming in appreciate that it's time for the good news so this guy bernie has been working at the stop and shop in new jersey for ten an years guess how old ninety eight years old let me guess. Oh sorry guest okay that's good though ninety nine years zolt while he was celebrating his ninety eighth birthday and his fellow employees at the stop and shop they like went all out he never takes breaks back to. She's kind of like hey bernie. You should take a break so anyway. They get him to take a break and then in walks a u._s._o. Show troupe because does he was in world war. He was in the air force and they performed like song and dance that were popular back in the day from when he was serving in the air force and they had had cake and all the things new rules when my day that's awesome total like just awesome surprise party for for and i i'm calling bernie about anita clarifies named vinny chattanooga choo. That's funny. They bernie the bagger right well. It's it's benny benny the bag he has. He's been the bag boy. That's a good story for them for hooking it up to win that one all right. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good your buddy miss the bobby go transit america b- scientists antiseptic blood test that can predict whether you die in the next ten years or so with pretty much in eighty percent accuracy so i asked the question. Would you take it. I know i mean because you could die in a car accident and you're not gonna know that i wouldn't want to know that i wouldn't someone could tell me yeah but it's not going to be to tell you that that's a freak accident. I know it's a free guide things in your body that you're you're probably not going to be able to withstand. I know would you take doc test. They give you some more data. Scientists looked at more than forty four thousand people ranging from eighteen years old to one hundred and nine years. I got some really all folks to they. Identified fourteen biomarkers linked to immunity glucose control inflammation and they predict the risk of death up around ten years eighty three percent accuracy and so it's obviously a european we doing in america we we're not sharing it. What do you think okay fine you know. I guess i'll do it and hopes that maybe i can something will come out. I can help reverse it like if inflammations in issue. I'll just love the on all the anti inflammatory foods eileen the same way because if you can tell me what's wrong. I go work to fix it. It's going to therapy right. I can go in and you can tell me where where i'm i can't identify myself. Maybe what's blocking me from growing getting better. I think i would take it. Take no chance no chance because you know what's wrong well and then all day. I'm going to be sitting there going. Well doesn't matter what i do today. I'm dying in three years anyway like oh that'd be awful. So do you ever not go to the doctor. You don't wanna know what it is tough it out. But what if it's really really bad. I mean if i'm i can't believe what if it's really bad and you're just not going into. It's too early stages and you could have taken care of it. Well then that's on me. Yes yes <hes> around the room. Would you take i go. Yes yes <hes> lunchbox not eddie absolutely i would take it but i would do the tim mcgraw approach and live like you were dying. That's what i'm going to go skydiving in rocky mouth. I'm in l. full name you get on the number to know you wanna take it. I think it would change the way that i live so what's wrong with that. I just don't i think whatever supposed to happen is going to happen so i'm just gonna let it be that way. I mean do you ever go for a checkup or physical. Just going to get a blood test. Be what's but if you believe it's just going to happen is going to happen but you can. We do that well. I like those things are like normal like i can just go to doctor's appointment. Be okay or or not but i don't want to take a test in like make nick my through the room. It's just a blood test telling you what's coming up. Okay raimondo. What about you or three two two right now. I'm taking it all right forty two. We have a clear winner here in the election that we're going to go get checked in the world of work on extending our lives by being healthier okay. I mean kind of live that way anyway maybe with everybody's like i'm tara bottom get cancer. You have a lot of family too so it's like you. Just i do things naturally because of that but i may not everybody's body's different friend. We're talking about this blood test that you can take and we'll tell you if you die in the next ten years based on what your blood says about your health and i'm totally for because guys i think you could actually work against and beat it. You know me give me something. Tell me i can't do something. Even live like i'm gonna fight to the last minute so we get a lot of texts about this. Here's one. This is my husband's brother. Unexpectedly died two years ago from so called psoriasis at thirty seven. We came to find out there. My husband doing blood tests that they they have a weird mutation that makes them success. <hes> susceptible to cirrhosis and liver shoes had his brother gone to the dock taking test like this he could still be alive absolutely absolutely do the test or prolong your life. Also you could find out things about you that maybe you don't die. If you fix meaning if you take the test and it goes well. You're going to die in the next ten in years. If you don't fix this which could be totally fixable. That's why being it. That's why i'm jumping in the dunkin tate. Learn some stuff so we got a lot of calls about that again. All the health stuff that we're doing is to find out if we're gonna live or die. I will take the test so they wouldn't take the test but i think it's fascinating now. If you just told me you could tell me take my life. I don't want to know that's crazy. I don't wanna know right then. I'm gonna get and how data but if i can actually prolong it. You're you're gonna give me the option to be educated to prolong. I'm in all in especially like hearing that story of being what thirty seven thirty eight years old like gosh so much like that yeah. Let me say this. They announced the dancing with the stars cash yesterday and it came out that sharona my partner from last season is not returning to dance one stores <hes>. She's not the only one they also on. They didn't bring back artem on the guy side so it wasn't just a short thing. I can tell you that i reached out to her before they announce and i was like hey what's up. Who's your partner. I don't know yet l. and this is like two or three days before the announce and i was like oh of course she had just been on a trip came back and i was like oh let me know makes us who you get and so a few days before. She didn't know she was going to be on the show. I don't think i'm speaking at attorney or a home nine. <hes> so then she found out text me she was like oh. I didn't know like this crazy. I had no idea what and because she's he's been on. She's been on for eleven seasons twelve inch yeah so she wrote as i'm sure you've heard i will not be returning to at dancing a._b._c. The season <hes> unbelievably sad to be back the thirty four year old professional dancer sit on instagram. A lot of these sites now have coupled me with story going well. This is why controversy winner. I saw that which is not because why would artem not come back either. How do i would love it had everything to do with me. Don't think that was great it now because of her but we just broke the system so much they're having that's not the case. <hes> so sean is awesome and again. I talked talked to right before. I talked to a right after she was like you're not gonna believe it. I can't believe it so she's not. I don't really know why not sure. I have great relationships ships that everybody all that crew dancing with the stars obviously with sharia so i don't know what the deal is with her so i did see on instagram that she wrote that and i remember it'd be different if she was a part of the decision was like you know i. I'm just not going to do it this year but she was just as shocked. I talked to lauren elaine the last night for a long time because she's doing it. We put a dancing picture on my story story of us dancing. She has practicing yet. She's still in that phase of this is going to be self. It is but i was like hey you're gonna have some real issues of inadequacy with this. You're going to go and you're just not gonna be able to get going to go on the worst and it's going to bubble into your life and go. I'm just not good at anything and it's really gonna so like when that happens. Call me whatever time it is because i struggled from that. Why would just two or three days of doing eight nine hours a day like i couldn't get it and i was like i'm just sad uh-huh. I'm not smart enough to get what i see. People doing all around me. I was like that happens. Call me because wherever you are i was there plus i had never i never danced. She call all we were doing. The post show pre show yesterday. She called me right after she got on good morning america. This is a call from lauren elena yesterday. Have you started practicing dancing. No no practice yet in have you announced your partner. I haven't even met it is they. Were up there though today were they didn't tell us you are partners. You follow someone one of the pros on your instagram already. That's not your partner because i sang for him last year. I thought that too but you know all the conspiracy websites are saying that alan is your partner happy. I love you. I talked to her last night. She said i'm gonna have a good one but i don't know who it is. He still doesn't know so. I'm excited for the season plan on going from here. I saw that there was some drama because they put sean spicer on there. <hes> people upset about that. You know i probably would've stayed away from putting anyone political on there to a reasonable. Come on the show talking about politics certain places people go from politics places people. Don't this definitely isn't but he won't last long anyway physically. I don't think he can he can handle it <hes> so yeah. That's the deal pretty good cast pretty excited about that. I think shauna was. I didn't know she didn't know and then. I saw her post yesterday after she's already told me that she was kind kind of upset about not being able to go back. She may go back and another time. I don't know but yes there you go. Everybody's asking me about it so there. I said i didn't know she didn't know cool. And what are you going to do next. We can talk about some stuff. I can read you all my jokes from last night the yeah because i wanted to show and did jokes okay i can read you a mailbag segment about taking a wedding band off or i can't a friend is trying to set me up with somebody and she was like hey you should direct messages girl. I talk about that in. Just tell you that story. Okay you want the order. I want what you want next. You can pick don't hook up. I know that's a natural. He hasn't if he had already gone out with her or d._m. Dirt then yes but it's it's that you friend wants you to do it. Oh i d- andrew oh okay all right very clear on that i know could i hope you didn't pick it all right. We'll do that next show segment the damning to girl well well. This is what happened. One of my friends reached out said hey somebody should go out with that was like you know. The setup rarely works for me but i respect his friend and that's okay what's up. She goes well well. She so-and-so outta outta okay cool. She says moore instagram page. Go check it out and i was like all right what i do. How do you want us up. She goes well. Just send her a d. m. Yeah i'll tell her coming so this is like noon yesterday so i didn't want to send it to twelve or one and also the setups have rarely rarely if ever works for me. It's always last night after i did a._c._m. Honors staff they ward show. I just sent her message and so the bid. There's a pressure because hey there's one coming. It wasn't me direct messaging her out of nowhere but i still feel like i gotta say. I can't just be like hey how's it going. I was told to come to you. You say hi okay so like it's gotta be good. Tell us what you said. I don't know this is a safe spot anymore. I used to feel that we need trust tree. You say that and then you give your heart. I'll read it to you but don't make fun of me okay. You can make fun of me a little bit how you meant it well how you read it how you want her to embarrassed okay. I'm just going to be vulnerable for a second k. I sent this and you know with me. No one looks at my pictures and goes hubba hubba so i gotta have a little bit of humor when i send my notes or my direct messages or whatever i'm gonna humorous hard through text yeah but i'm pretty good at it all right like i know where i'm pretty strong and that's kind of where it is sometimes if not taken alright it can be detrimental to me trying to get anything going. Okay are already to you. Although people people can i get some <hes> reading vulnerable direct message music raimondo. Thank you very much all right. Let me scroll okay so i go over to a page and you hit send message. This is so stupid on you. If i just want to read it maybe i thought it was funny but i've already ready walked it. Just stop talking about it and read it. I said hey girl my friend so and so said you were cool and she feels a moderately. Oh man i even missed the joke. I got it right. I got it right is what it is but it's so hard and i ran back last night. 'cause i never go back and check and i was like i not. I didn't get a response by the way if you want to know that this spoiler this last night to morning a senate at eight o'clock last night i i said hey girl. I'd say girl her name. Hey name my friend. Blank said you were cool and she fills. I'm moderately low room temperature cool concern. She suggests joe joe. I realize it too and i was like whatever live and learn and no response but here's it's funny. Though it's cute i said my friend so and so said you were cool. Got it and she feels. I'm moderately below room. Temperature says she says sorry job. I'm supposed to get it like cool as moderately below who'll get your cool too but not all the way just moderately blood temperature. Whatever can't win them. All <hes> raimondo way think about that. He just can't go the joke. Just say i'm a single do no no. I always joke doodoo. You seem hot. Your friend and i liked what i saw. No i know no a different approach is better than both of those morgan number two. What you think about that. I liked it. I would laugh if somebody's sitting at. Did it take me a minute. It was a little bit over for for a joke. Maybe on that first line but i still i think it's good. I mean you're only really other. Other option is just be like hey like my friend wanted us wanted us to me and here i am kind of thing like simple under the since we haven't got a response you might want to apply like the joke is unexplained. The toll never insult some offer not getting joke or jokes bad. They don't get it. They don't like okay. That's my fault. I live with it. That's right. Give me a music tirade against funny. I just wasn't very comfortable with it so i stumbled on. It sounds like hey grab a._m. My friend girl's name said you were cool and she feels. I'm moderately below room temperature so she says it's not about how you're saying it like so so so i'm her reading it. I got a message from bobby. Oh hey girl so and so said that i should text you. She said you're cool. I'm i'm moderately her to to room temperature room to oh cool. Oh oh yeah she's not reading it like with your delivery of. I'm moderately beloved do but boy one reading as a professional writer he's saying what do you think about that that message. I don't it gets bad. Nobody says it's bad. It's just not good no way we'll we'll. How would you change it. Oh revisionist move. We're going back. Diane's is twenty twenty. I would just go here. I am naked. You wanna take a look at this said. We should meet <hes> yes so that happened taken. I've gotten i've not got a response and we'll see what happens. We'll see read it. You don't know when you send it to someone on the first one. Oh i thought aged follow me okay so you don't know if they've seen it until that connection is there go ahead right. Bring me one through ten <hes> <music> <hes> but that seven solid. I'll take that it's not bad but it's not a ten out of the gate. I mean that's a four because that is a tough joke to get eddie. I say six. That's pretty funny but i mean you didn't end it with what she can respond to that. <hes> no i wrote how are you oh okay. Good the end and still not tell me that part. I'd say i read the whole thing. Oh shorts confused. I think we were all confused with that. But are we miss the how're you what if she comes about what if she totally gets you and she loves it and you say. How are you and her reply us right now. I'm feeling waterlo. We'll wait like she gives. You like another temperature. Joke a blanket ranking it. I give you an eight eight solid and she's single so this is the voice of the people the single voice of the people. I'll take it all right. Lou combs beautiful crazy like played this in instagram. Yeah here's a song. I'll doc you like it. Hit me back hi. I'm daniel shuffler. Join me on my new travel podcast cold everywhere. I've spent the majority majority of my life. Circling the globe i fed straight dunks in cairo for a day been tattooed in the back of a jewelry stone istanbul and i've joined a chef to seek out new sources of protein and the amazon. I wanna tell you how i travel and how you could come with me and i'll show you everywhere every every week. Over two seasons i will take you to different places across the globe chance a magical experiences and stories and include interviews from travel connoisseurs like the c._e._o. View of starbucks kevin johnson design a kelly whistler and the director of the smithsonian american art museum plus soon to be revealed. I haunt media stunts. Don's listening subscribe to everywhere and apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your costs views last night hosted a._c._m. Honors host. I just went up for the first fifteen minutes hosting jokes. Give it a bunch of awards. I know she knew that <hes> so so i went up and then okay do some comedy. I was like all right. I'll do some comedy kind of kicked off the show. Did you wanna here's my jokes. Yes i'll just read them because it was in the <hes> on wednesday night is a winning that award show for the industry part of country music so i waited many awards to the players on records records like tar players is this rumours steel players also did venues and i did all the awards for promoters is just a real insight right and miranda was there by the way rental <unk> never left one of my jokes. She was sitting right in front of me. You watched her while she was dark but she was right there she. I don't think she ever smiled. Anyone of my jokes. Midland were funny. They were sitting out front like hekla me. A little bit enjoyed that that was fun. Ghoul they were sending up front. Maddie and tae was up. There and i felt like overawe pretty good. I can myself a solid be pretty good. I had a white all white suit on see that yeah all right here. We go and went with the joke that we picture on the show. Yesterday started this off and i'll tell you a couple of these. At least one of them didn't work that well. I'll tell you how they all went pretty. Good remembering all right here. We go everybody then music. Hey everybody's pretty cool being here at the thirteenth annual a._c._m. Honors thirteen years is a long time. That's older than mason ramsey and also believe it was thirteen years ago that chris stapleton last use a razor got got and i felt there were some listeners there and they'll have to extra hard because they heard it on the show and they were like we know that i love. I appreciate the support laughing situation. Somebody laps you get somebody else laughing. I've grown a lot since moved to nashville. I'm not always seen eye to eye with every artist. There's one artist in particular that's right. I'm looking at you tricia earwood. You never gave me credit freeze and my chicken recipe on your cooking show that one do that well yeah. They're kind of like the delivery liberty was little off if that was the one that really just they're just point the crowd and you'll doesn't matter no there were so many the big assume that everybody was there. That was the one that didn't do so hot. Miranda lambert's here lanes here kaley hammock is here as well as many many other awesome ladies and country music and speaking of the ladies and country music. I did create a national show to highlight them called the women of our country. I often get criticized over it. Some ask why don't start charta show called the men of iheart country that already exists is called the radio. I got a good one. <hes> billy joe shaver is here no he didn't it was bill. Jefferson honored. Yeah billie joe shavers being honored tonight. He's the real deal man. They don't make them like anymore. Did you know that he lost two fingers and a sawmill accident. Instill became a country star. Now i take that as an example of inspiration and perseverance like this morning for example. I got a hangnail so painful but you know what i didn't quit. I managed to push through and got ready in the limo. Pick me up and i got here. They don't make fighters gus anymore. Do they billy jo. I gotta go pop as a good one and uh he lost two fingers and if he was there i was gonna it'd be like just a joke billy. Joel billie joe and i was gonna have these two fingers down like his but he wasn't in the crowd and then i was gonna go don't shoot me in the face there and said that <hes> here's another one like billie joe. I'm a bit of a rebel myself. I got fined one million dollars by the f._c._c. which is still less than the amount of money spent on spray tans a year. I gotta go and then i was talking about some of the awards and i go through them like we're doing these awards for like some of the players even in this digital world it's great to know we're still honoring real musicians who have taken the time to hone their craft on the instruments that made country music unique fiddle banjo still guitar which we're hearing less and less it come to think govett much like those instruments. I haven't been touched or played with him very long time either inelegant. That's the best one yeah it's pretty good. Give myself a solid only one joke good of all the new stuff untested it was. It was good. People were like who knew you told jokes. I'm like i but i i tore all the time. Tell jokes for a living second living but it was good good to see everybody last night so that that was i. I did some more in between some of the awards at all white suit on and i kind of piggyback off the the spray jobs. It's all white on the outside. If you take it off chito they got a good true but midland was heckled me. The whole there were those do is a funny funny. Those three words like you saw bobby bobby bomb reading a message for people <hes> well. I i read my direct message to a girlfriend was like asian message. This girl and i was like okay. I direct message read the message on the air. Yeah and a lot of people are weighing in. Here's one hey bobby listening to your conversation conversation and how your d._m.'s over the past couple of years have been the main to the stands out for me is the era of desperation nervousness or lack of self confidence. Just be confident not your best look. That's who i am. Though that's the i am i am at this point in my life. I know exactly who i am and i sent a joke okay. You don't get the joke you can go back on the podcasts. We missed it joe then that's on me. I'm not gonna change you i am. I'm just never going to be the guy like baby. Let's go out with hollywood. That's never going to be me ever so i don't want to be something. I'm not represent something. I'm not an anxious little nervous will fidgety yeah all the time <hes> <hes> so but the lack of confidence is here in the studio and you in front of your friends not on the d._m.'s. The d._m._z. sounds pretty confident. You're telling the joke yeah long long. Did it take you to come up with that one second. I was just like this'll be good sent when i text or tweet i don't even look i'm reckless type host post so i'm getting a lot of messages about that but that's all right. That's all right. Let's go over to morgan number two with what do twenty five year olds care about mortgage yeah well. The a._m._a.'s are days away and missy elliott is being awarded the video vanguard award good and she's the first female rapper to receive. It was pretty cool. Remember we talked about what the reverse is here. We've been misled and now you know what that is right and you didn't know i didn't i and and what that is is just her reversing using flip it and reverse just just flipping literally reversing it pretty awesome so it back in the day. I was like blown. That's almost such a jam so the amaze coming up. What day do you know. It's monday august twenty six and it's only on m._t._v. all right there. You have it. Thank you morgan number two. That is what twenty five year olds <hes> here we go. Is it worth it. Let me work it up on my thing down flip in reverse it t- river dinner till piff nouad. Sometimes they wrote out which is i just put my thing down. Flip it in reverse it you own the mattila of into milk right united passenger was forced forced to sit and vomit covered seat. Did you see this is the first clip of this new story right here. I was told oh yeah. We can get a cleaning crew but you're going the reason why this flights delayed. There's gotta be some limitations. I mean you have to provide a sanitary environment and i'm and there there should be an apology. Is there another clip raimondo or just. Is that one just how one okay yeah he they walk over there like this is your seat and there was like yeah. It's not cool. I see people tweeted airline sometimes and i laugh it. Because what is it ever going to accomplish. They don't give you free tickets. They know nothing and i see people like get angry. Jimmy allen getting angry at united yesterday. I think it was united oh but when you're at the airport and something is happening. It feels good to just like go to twitter for a second and don't be that person why often say the negative culture not it did not to be negative. I don't know if he was bashing. I'm saying oh why wouldn't do that but if you're genuinely dissatisfied is customer. I think it's okay to put out there and a direct message time line. I'm really good at those. The bobby bones show appreciate are hanging out with us. Hope you have a good day. Go over and follow the show at bobby bones show instagram amy what's going on today my friends it's coming in town so i'm super excited mariam picking her up from the airport so i'll like workout takeover much stuff. Try to get my work for tomorrow done so that we can pick her up and we can hang out with kissinger yeah yeah tomorrow. Be good vince gill's coming in tomorrow so that'd be fun dance parties so it's more show be good. Hey don't worry about porsche. Y'all stay home and we're like. Don't get sending out good fine. We can ah the breakfast. What do you have. I am interviewing the very last candidate for the executive producer job today. Wow wow you've already interviewed. Yes so one more today and i have a call. There's a cable ish network. It's cable network wants to do a show. Uh someone to call and see what that's about that look on my calendar not to my dog is a play date at i'd after that another dog i i like a double date now. Okay no arms tech and <hes> work out at his house recording some vocals for a new raging idiot song <music> about a fanny pack. You're gonna love this naming not a pair of original bruno mars yeah but if you were really bad the music i love your originals like you tuesday. I we have a tuesday. Oh no one knows that one day. I say cashews day. Hey joe dues eat some cash just talking about do you <music> but it's thursday today. Hey chica amy's podcast four things with amy brown because adam bobo <music> who referred to as bobo when he talks about hydration. He's actually coming over to the house tonight because i got a long trip. Take hydrate me he. They just pull water. My mouth pretty cool waters feather important good now all right <hes> so pretty visited today but i got a good day good. <hes> thank you to you for listening. Thank you to everybody here from being in the studio. We'll see you guys on friday big show tomorrow. 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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOBBY! Surprises Listener Going Through A Rough Time + Bobby And Caitlin Review Movies + Eddie Feeds His Baby Hot Cheetos

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOBBY! Surprises Listener Going Through A Rough Time + Bobby And Caitlin Review Movies + Eddie Feeds His Baby Hot Cheetos

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Ls really twitter's my favorite of all the social media. And I just I'm on all the time. That's where the news breaks. The real news trust not facebook. People yelling stuff. I'm not on facebook at all but I spend most of my time on instagram. Not For news more so for I mean for what you gotta funny memes funny memes. This is always part of the day where the interest cut out so amy's cutting out. That's what's up. Having a pet health people pass the time and ease the pain. Researchers looked people that were going through difficult times. They found that having a cat or a dog at home was linked to significant easing of loneliness and depression. And the person reported quicker bounce back from the setback. The pet was shown to help the person report feeling back to normal weeks sooner than if they were going at it alone the days were easy to deal with and didn't drag on when the pet was in the equation. You drink so loud amy. It's amazing I leaned away from the mind Lozano's about seemingly no way I was about to go into a little thing about my dog right and how having a pet for me is great. It has been great and I hear this. Is Amy swallowing a basket and nails it? Sound or Water Eddie. Did you hear that I heard it and I saw it? Yeah Okay and I leaned back. How do you see it out of your cameras? Not Working Anymore not on you but I still see amy. Amy Lowered as about to hit you with some real poignant animal stuff that's probably. GonNa Sarah mclachlan. Song to sometimes. I'll just be talking a- We Remember Union. Is that the one no danger. That's IT I was about to go on to that and you ruined it by drinking so loud. I'm sorry do your thing. It's my birthday and the one request for my birthday was loud drinking on the on the show today. Do the voice over only fifty cents a day. You too can save a pet with one eye. That's right we're going to show you the pets. We have the most broken down to really make sure you give all your money and after that when you donate you'll get here amy doing this all commercial law. Please donate today. What wasn't even that bad. You'll need to do for you for real. I didn't want to the house I feel like it might be something's wrong with me. Nobody know Chris. Okay logie stop it and I still heard okay. I know that it's bad. I mean it's trust me about these charities by the way like that. I'd like Saint Jude like any of them. They've got to be hurting too because people aren't donating when something happens and it's in the consciousness of the public ACA disaster disaster people would send all their funds to that for a while right and charities. We'll have a downtick but this is such a long one. And everybody's focused on beating it that all these other places that need money to go are struggling to point. I don't know that's the point. I didn't think about that talk sort of doing the ceremony is I was thinking about. Something made me think about churches. I don't know if I was looking up something about my church and just started wondering they're not gathering for a while. I think it was about Easter plan for that and I thought how people tie every Sunday when they go to church. And what's happening right now. We're not gathering so maybe just a reminder to people if you WANNA tied still maybe. Your Church has online giving. I don't know one other dog story. Sunny the golden retriever lives with his owner. They've been neighbors with this. Other woman named Rene for over a decade and when she self quarantined for own health they train. This golden retriever. To help go to groceries. He's making trips back and forth from his house to the neighbors taking groceries. That's so on that's awesome. I'm going to do name that Bobby. This is a game. Id made up because today is my birthday. We'll talk about that in the show in a little bit. But I'll give you a description of a famous bobby named Bobby okay. The singer who got to start in the RBM pop group new addition. Here's a clip. Amy Bobby Brown. Correct you know. I was watching duties masterclasses. There's another Bobby Brown that does make up. There's another Millie Bobby Brown. Who's on stranger things? When are we going to cap out on? Bobby Brown's famous. It's not like John Smith whether or not there. There's so many Bobby Brown's amy. This person plays eleven on stranger things. Crap Millie Bobby Brown correct celebrity chef restaurant tour and host of several food network. Tv shows Bobby. Flay Nice Nice. I watch a little food network now. You know I don't even care anymore but jinx. I told you guys yesterday. I was GONNA ABC Right and they got cancelled and people are going through our stuff. And I was like. Oh that's neat I had a big role on the NFL draft. I'm Ford to guy and they were going to. I was going to do a deal with them now. You got cancelled because they've they're really cutting drive down. But I got a call yesterday that a show that I created is getting along. Look it doesn't it doesn't mean a lot but it's the first show that I created because I have another show too. It's after corona. I'm in I'm done. I'm out like I'm coming out. You're coming after Krona King Dangling or I'm just like you know what I'm just Gonna. I'm done all this. Okay what are you today? Obamacare's nothing okay. We're getting pretty good at quarantining court every day. Never GonNA come out so you're not GonNa do something doing it and I'm going to be anything was done forty. Now you're thinking about Caitlin and find that to be hot forgot about that. She is on me like we were talking last night she was. When do you think you'll run for office? That's I WANNA say it's a concern but it factors into her thinking about the future not an if she wants to be with me or not but it's something to think about so I think it'd be two years five years if I shows don't get picked up and maybe in a year and a half about that moved to Arkansas. Run for office. What would you advise me to do? Amy Go to Arkansas. Run for Senate or for Governor Governor sign or mayor of Mountain Pine Governor Okay. There's one of the three glad you answered that one. Why would you think? Would you want to be a senator? Well they're just they're just different jobs right one is I know living in. Dc represent one of the two people represent your state different federal government state government right. I'm asking which would which would you want right now. Like I haven't even heard you mentioned senator until today. So that's why I guess I'm leaning Governor but the more I think about am I Maybe wouldn't be bad. I mean Obama was senator came president. Yeah young you're young. I'm forty now so How `bout singer up? Don't worry be happy. Here's a hook. Happy all the where they had been. Is that bobby mixed fe? Bobby mcferrin okay this one if you missed this one no more drinks for you during the show ever again. All right singer of the first million selling single. That was called. Splash splash from nine hundred. Fifty eight was taken them. All about Saturday thank you go ahead amy on the talent around. Bobby splash bear. Bobby Bobby Bobby Williams Eddie. Do you know I'm GonNa Guess. Bobby Darin Answers Bobby Darin. Wow serious okay without a good time here. Want you to hear today. Show remember keep ahead on US wibble. That means look around. See people you can help and help them. That's what keeping your head on. Swivel is turned inside. Decide look around you see you see who need your help. But who can help and help them? That's all we're going to say today. Enjoy Thursdays bobby bones? Show here you go guys. 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That's Harrys Dot com code. Four four four four enjoy site and Grass Bobby Bones your ACM ACM. Bobby bonds repeats of the year baby. Translate I'm in what's happening. Everybody Good Morning. Thanks for being a part of the show this morning. Let's say this more studio morning thank you. It is my birthday today so as Yeah why don't we play a few voicemails? We'll start off here These are all birthday. Voicemails they all were left yesterday. So here's voicemail number one heywood that morning studio. I WANNA say that. We'll have your early birthday to bobby. Bones your birthday's on the second. My boyfriend thirtieth birthday is on the third and then my birthday. I'm turning twenty eight on the floor. So have you birthday to us? Although we can't celebrate it with French also WANNA say loyal forever to amy and Hook them more and also and say you. Tsa what's up Lunch box and already by everyone personal shot. Emmy. What's lawyers are ever mean. Oh Austin high maroons. That was our whole school slogan. I guess it does those. I thought it was something in your podcast that you guys like said to greet each other from high school. Amy started doing a peace sign like she was throwing a sign in the middle of that. Like Austin high represented Go maroons loyal forever. God okay here's another one from Clovis California winning Aaron and calling from Clovis California. I've been listening since I think about two thousand thirteen and I love you guys I'm calling because my daughter shares bodies birthday and obviously this sears. Kind of a Downer With quarantine happenings and so I was wondering if she could get a shout out on her birthday from the Bobby Brown show crew. She would love it. I love it also a teacher and so if by chance you choose to play this message I would love to say hello to all my third graders from red ink elementary school. Mrs Well Back rubs you all right. Thanks guys Even if you don't play this people listening all right. Nice here daughter's name. Hey everybody if you leave a message and you want to give a shadow to someone we have. We don't know who to shout out to with this happened yesterday too. But how have earth pretty cool? Mrs warbucks daughter. Let's do one more. Here's the Spokane Washington. I WanNa let you know. You guys helped me on so much more than I. I got laid off from my wells and job because the Karuna locked down up here in Washington but I started door dashing and I start off early in the morning to get people that are copying their stuff and listening you guys make you laugh smile. And I'm sitting here stuck in my car and I just wanted to say thank you so much for making me share. Happy all drama. Hey thanks Jacob. Hey do we have a way to know their phone numbers when they call us like. Is that in it Mike. We do okay. Let's do this. It's my birthday. I don't need anything. Jacob said. He lost his job. Let's give me Jacobs Info. All Cinema. Hundred Bucks lost his job. He's going through something. I'll give away stuff. I gave away my birthday. House that I love it. Well how are you finding is? You'RE GONNA get as wonder if he has been male. I don't listen. I'll leave that up to Scuba Stephen Jacob. I'm going to send you a hundred bucks dude. You don't WanNa Prize. I appreciate you calling and being loyal and that sucks that you lost your job so and we do have this voice line. You can leave a message or you have to call the show number. When we're out of the studio eight seven. Seven seventy seven. Bobby all right all right all right. Let's get going. Why yes and no. I have seen of being loyal and loyal forever. And being that. It's your birthday and that's what you WanNa do them for your birthday all match and donate to him do wow. Wow Jacob just bought have you go by the Jet Ski All right Jacob? One hundred dollars coming to you know that's nice so anything I do all day. You'll match it. Sure down all right we go big. Go Big One. Well let's see well we'll come back. I mean within reason all right. Let's do what's hey what's the hash. I'll go last Amy Europe. I okay so is it totally wrong. If we set the clocks up an hour in the kids think it's later and we put them to bed early and then we set them back and they still have to wake up as early but we get to put him down sooner because they think it's time to go to bed. Is that totally wrong day? That is some maniacal type parenting right there. Wow I did hear name in from Eddie. And it's just that there's just so much of it all the time that I feel as though if they saw on the clock. Oh it's bedtime. Didn't they would just go and it'd be like magic. Well let me ask you this when you come to this morning show. Is it an escape for you? More than anything Sure Yup right now normally in life. No but when you're in lockdown and you're the teacher yeah yeah well I think you're the parent you decide if you want to lie to your kids. You know. That's I know I don't want this. That's why I'm bringing it to you. Just feel as though it's fun trick. I think it's fun. Okay I'll give you. Sometimes when my dog was sick I will give him a sedative. Was like if he's hurt is say so what happened is I would break off like an eighth of it. And if he's jaw was hurting I would give it to him and I'll be like oh I'm going to give it to him pass this week but it's still hard. I'm GONNA give him sedative anyway due at once like every week or so. I felt like that was okay. If you do it sparingly and if they need it as break it off just for fun every now and then give them a playstation game. They'll only be alone. Yeah that's true. I might I guess. And can they can link up with you. Play playing with him. I don't need to play along. Okay all right thank you A. Works with private games amy. That I play might have more adult. I Know Yeah. I play mortgage. It's a game where you just build mortgage interest rates apply interest rate mortgages. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah I do that in a by refrigerators and CAR TIRES. So it's called adult adulting Over the lunchbox up oh yesterday I came on here and told you about the challenge of starting last night I was like side and so I about it and my boy Johnny Bananas Quote retweeted. It said don't worry lunchbox help is on the way. What Johnny Panetta's Re tweeted me? We're back in France. Let's go aren't excited about John. Elway to say I mean. How awesome is that excited? I'm excited yeah I was. I was like boy. I didn't know really how to follow. I don't get hey cool cool. Yeah but I didn't want it to. I don't want it to feel like I was looking down on. It's always gonNA wait for somebody else to jump in. I mean it's like when a celebrity reach your comments on your post. You get excited. That's exactly what happened. Like one of my idols read quote re tweeted me and said common for your lunch box. What up Nice all right there. You Go Eddie over to you guys. I'm tired of the self quarantining stuff. I went on a date last night. A double date last night with another couple. Relax RELAX ON FACETIME. I got you guys. I'm just tired of like my wife and I were talking. We miss our friends like we miss certain people that we would normally go on Wednesday night and go have dinner whatever and and I was talking to my friend of mine. Our friend of mine and I was like. Why don't you and your fiance get on? Facetime me and my wife will meet up at eight thirty and we'll just have dinner and we'll talk. Well that's pretty cool. We did we did for like two hours. Oh so like did. Y'All have a meal and they had a meal or just talk. We just talked. It was like It we started at eight thirty but then we didn't really log on till nine because the kids were up Eddie but you know it was good. We just caught up. It was like we went to a restaurant and sat there and just caught up. It was wonderful and tonight. My wife has a happy hour with her friends. Well night shout out to the B. Team. Does a bi team coffee break every day to on twitter the do they put their one of their drinking. And what they're doing and they do. Hashtag be team coffee break and they all chat amongst each other so all right there you go a today is my birthday. Thankfully it's here. It's been waiting to get for a few weeks at this point. I'm forty as my President Jacob. I like to talk to you later on the show and get him on. He's awake and also Eddie and I put out our comedy record on my birthday today as the president to everybody to so our live in little rock record is out. We didn't pre promote it. The records called live in Little Rock. Huge the bobby bones show. Podcast highlight segment of the day. What's my birthday so proud of a special dinner tonight? I assume CAITLYN's out she was on the show earlier talking about trying to find a chicken fried steak. She can't find that kind of steak she'd been to like four stores that she's nervous going to stores anyway. I'm telling you you'll have to but emmy gave her the pivot chicken fried chicken which I thought would be great too. She spent all night making a cheesecake around pan. What's the perfect cheesecake? I was like Walnut Square as a little too. Deep on that as but but but it's true it's true. She asked me so. I told her that around cheesecake insane slices and with the red sauce on it. That's the perfect cheesecake to me. But she's making it from scratch. Probably GONNA play video games ever being questioned at all and you know the listeners. Hit me up going. Hey talk about video games all the time. I didn't know you were a Gamer. I'm not but it doesn't mean we can't do a segment. We've been calling the video game minute. Here we go. I got a new trivia game my download. Ps Four it's called that Trivia game and it's like a game show. It's okay on that we're playing and she's actually pretty good at it. I think of the last twenty questions or so. I got nine nine hundred ninety two and so I did pretty good. I one. But I'm not cocky on this game. We play the soccer ball game with the cars. Were really even and so we talk a lot of garbage. But it's called that Trivia game and hear the two questions I missed and when I miss a question I studied after the game is over. Of course you do this question. I didn't know amy. What country did the French Horn? Come from France no German the well. They should call it the German horn. That's why I was confused and send the the other one is. What's the name of the vice president's official Song I don't know and it's the song when he walks into the room? Because you know how the president has held achieve. Yeah I was about to say something like all hail to the second chief. It's Hail Columbia in. Here's a clip about right here. But almost conversely but yeah so those are the questions. I Miss Waspa- today researching that stuff. I think about that. I love my birthday today. I can do whatever I want to thank you. Very much learns thing. We always get those list of celebrity birthdays. And you told me I made it. Yes so we have different preps like prep services that give us show prep which a lot of times include the celebrity birthdays of the year. Every day of the year and I was going through the list. I got an email failed at the prep and I opened it up and I see April second celebrity birthdays and it starts naming celebrity. Boom right I do. Let's do April celebrity birthdays for April. Second Amy who's birthdays today? Quavo the rapper. Twenty nine from migos. Yeah what else you. Guy Jesse Plemmons. He's an actor. He's thirty two probably washed up on Friday night lights. Yeah I have no idea just being funny okay. What Else Billy Dean? He's a country singer. Nobody cares what else billy the kid dude I know. I know that people are let me do my bid. Okay Sang Emmylou Harris country singer. Seventy-three nobody cares. She's like one of the grades. Michael Fast Bender. He's an actor. He's forty three dead. I mean either. And then the bobby bones radio slash. Tv host forty years old for sure washed up and nobody cares. But I made it. That's cool well. Should we sing no but I wonder if like hillary bright cookies by and drop them off? She made cookies Chaminda for a lot of people and she's real happy birthday on my bag because I saw other friends with bags of cookies too so it wasn't like a special birthday cookie appreciative of the cookies. And the justify Caitlin and bobby and I wasn't even I how do you feel about that? I think it's fine. Whatever you Kaitlyn made cupcakes for my birthday and then you took them to the next day. Whoa is that true. Yes she told me out here. No I'm just giving you the same though. Kaelin make cupcakes for your birthday extras and so we gave Eddie the extra cupcakes. These were extras but they were giving me for my birthday cakes. Made for your birthday and Eddie did get at Tressler cheesecake for his birthday. I'm gonNA after the show. I'm going to drop off your gift bones at your front step. I'm not going to see you because of social distancing but it's it's a shared birthday gift is for both of you guys for. Who Owe you and Caitlyn? I linzer birthday. She's there so they might as well use it together. Ooh Bobby bringing. Yeah Hey so I was gonna say one of those Sexy swings off. Maybe Eddie plays basketball today and playstation perfect the time. And we'll do it. Yes I love my birthday okay. Well what do we need to coordinate? Not going there the same time so it's not too many people probably so all right. I'll I gotta take the afternoon anyway because of the kids the my supposed to am. I hanging out with you or no. I don't think so just dropping off right. No no no. We're dropping off. We'll probably sing from the driveway or something and then he's out for. Thank you all for the Nice messages. And I'm getting a lot of them. I appreciate that I do. Since it's my birthday. My President everybody else was that we put the new live in Little Rock record today. Bobby Raging Idiots live in little rock. It's our live show with the awesome crowd and literati text us to receive up to five Marketing Tech. Sent via automated technology to your number consent not required to purchase message and data rates may apply membership automatically renews. Cancel anytime hi you ever heard of beach body on demand. Hold on a second. Here is your free membership. I'm Carl the CEO of Beach Body. And I just sent a free membership to another customer and I'm giving away ten thousand free memberships a week to anyone who texts me right now to try our new beach body on demand fitness and nutrition APP. Just text. 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Checking place because whenever the news went to go. Hey let me see your ticket. They had misspelled hippo. And do they packed up their crap left quick. Did you see that story? Well that's no but that's crazy and the governor of Kentucky said. Hey don't be fooled by SCAM. Drive-thru Testing Sites Louisville and hazard habit scam artists trying to collect people's DNA saying it's corona virus testing. The first official state drive-thru tests may come this weekend so they weren't real and they go up to these guys and it's guys like hey man we've been doing interviews legit but they misspelled. Hicfa on their certificate rule number one of scamming is spell things right right. Yeah even like on a fake. Id Spell things right but that's dirty. Aw I bet you. It's not even about collecting the earth the DNA for some diabolical plan to get forty bucks from each person or something because I'm sure they were charging for it That can talk. You go governor those doing a great job with corona virus. There is some of these guys that are really just rocking shutting things down. Hey this is going to be bad. Let's Go New York Cuomo's Moroccan it. Kentucky's been rocking it. The Florida governor's been terrible. Shot at Florida though preach against here. We go governor Andy Brashear. He got a tweet saying. Please warn people. Today of these scammers charging two hundred bucks for fake cove in Nineteen Tests in Louisville. And they are. They're unlike fake. Has Matt suits to knock off has met those. It looks like they just got sheets when we were kids. We couldn't afford it goes costumes. We poked is in in the sheet. That's what they like. Are these people anybody. We'll find any sort of crisis in a way to capitalize off of it. Don't forget we have senators that got the Intel before and sold all their stock. So they didn't have to lose money during the crisis. They did that. People we elected to represent US are screwing us the American people over so everybody finds a situation. How can they capitalize of it? Or how can they save their bite and they do it but on a lighter note? There's no there's no lighter note. I won't talk to Edie about this. There are court closures. That are preventing. Child adoptions and foster families with seeing the foster kids seeing their real parents because of corona virus and Eddie as our video producer but he's also fostering to kids along with his two kids right now. Eddie has the foster system reach out to you about her. Own Bias We've yeah we had a meeting with him a couple days ago just kind of an update on what they're doing Nothing really is changing for us Unfortunately in our situation their biological parents have stopped visiting for a month. So wow yeah I mean are the kids that we have. They haven't seen their parents in. I don't know four or five months. And it's not because of Corona. So that stinks. But now that that's not affecting us. But and I do get emails everyday from the Agency of people needing placements kids needing placements out there. And I just got one yesterday. So that's that part of the system is still going so that's good so if a kid needs a home they're still looking for placements and putting them in homes for now. Your foster kids have seen their parents in four or five months no man their parents have been mia. And I just don't know like we don't know what's going to happen with that and They've been there's been court orders and stuff to find the parents and trying to get them to sign papers but they just haven't been able to track them down. Could those parents show up though right now be like all right? We're back let's let's advocates No the the I think the judge and this is why I'm not giving too many details out but the judge awhile back already decided that that that's just not gonNA happen so even if they did change their mind now bones. I've had these kids for. I mean over a year. Now it's been what Fourteen fifteen months now. Wow Yeah the baby that Eddie foster just graduated high school. It's crazy I mean you're you're joking but walking now the dude. He's eating flaming hot cheetos. Now we'll talk about later because I got this on my list to talk about. Eddie's baby flaming hot cheetos so he's an adult now. We'll get to that well. I didn't know that it had been before. I knew it had been a bit but I don't know four or five months. So what do you guys is? They're taught now of adoption. Not yet not yet. I mean like I said the parents still need to sign their rights away and that I think that too because he didn't he didn't mention this to the courts are shutting down. They're not handling cases so I don't know what's going on the court side of things if they're still trying to pursue that signature but for now that's Kinda halted for us. Are The kids happy? Yeah man you know what we played. We played a game today at the dinner table. And it was and we just do like your favorite fruit your favorite food or whatever and you had to guess what. Everyone's favorite food is and our Our foster son he goes. I WANNA play one. Which one of my favorite houses? That's a weird game. Wow here's my answer this one. Oh Wow we are. That's you know that's a good answer. We love that because he can remember his parents right. Yes Yeah Yeah. The older the older boy. He can remember his family. His life really did before us. The baby doesn't know a difference. Baby was born and then brought to our house immediately so well yeah it's crazy man that's a stinker that they don't see their parents but maybe it's a good thing in the end. Yup I agree. I think that's that's kind of the mentality that we're taking. Is You know that. Hopefully whatever happens is the right decision and we're gonNA roll with it. Well you guys are doing as they say. God's Work Right Amy Thanks Man. Yes for sure cow where we're going to have to have adopted kids on the shot gotta get in this. Give me some adopted kids help. Offset these placements. Holy crap coming from the bass pro shops and CABELA's studio on music row the body. Don't show our April fools. Joke was warmly received. Amy Oh good. I didn't know how people are going to take that because like you said we were getting. Dm's on the daily like tons of people so frustrated so for about two weeks or so. We kept playing this Morgan Freeman club acting like nobody could get the secret celebrity when we were just telling listeners. Hey be on the joke. And then yesterday performed there really was no game. We never mentioned a prize. So but yeah. It was Morgan Freeman in case you didn't know cash. You didn't know his Morgan Freeman as that. Also like bread. Let me shout out to all our listeners. Who didn't go on Instagram? And ruin it either because we have like fourteen listeners. In on the joke and nobody wouldn't told anybody who went and told somebody you know. Yeah pretty good there. I didn't feel like I was going to fall for anything. There weren't a lot of jokes anyway because we're all kind of locked in our houses and it's weird but I did get hit. I was like Oh my goodness this is great. Because you know the peacock is coming back right or it's the it's the NBC Network. That's going to be streaming well. This'll be cool. And they put up the article that there was Michael Scott a movie coming out on the streaming service and so Michael Scott from the office and they were like it's not a reboot of a TV show but he's going to do a one peacock movie and I thought well that'd be fine because that's not a lot of time we'll get up but it's not. It was all April fools. Joke so you got. I think my emotion got me more than anything they found myself spied and then I went for it. They say the office revival is officially coming. Nbc's New Streaming Service Peacock in the form of a movie focused on former Mifflin manager. Michael Scott except it was all fake. Judy proposal. Your House yesterday. Anything NOPE NOPE. I guess your kids. Hey who's now they don't know and then now I could have. I should have introduced it to them and maybe had a little bit of fun but maybe want a next week latest Nashville in Hollywood number two thirty seconds. Skinny Carrie Underwood's says she's lucky to have some land around her while her and her family ourselves corn. Tnd I am dealing with the social distancing Much like everybody else. We are just at home and We're trying to get out and explore when the weather's nice enough to do so. We are so lucky that we have some land around us that we get to get to get outside and get get some of our energy out especially for the five year. Old To kneel towns got together with fellow artists Kaley Hammock Cathy Ashton Abby Anderson Adam Hamburg Alex Hall and Keelan Donovan to do a virtual cover of the song. Lean on me This Sunday during the ACM presents our country. Special Bobby Bones will introduce the ACM lifting lives cove in Nineteen Response Fund to help alleviate some of the burden for the music community during this time the show airs on CBS at eight seven central. A Morgan number two. That's your skinny. It's time for the good news box. Only a shoutout to Lowe's home improvement store. They're donating ten million dollars worth of supplies to fight corona virus. We're talking respirators to hospital mask all the equipment they needed hospitals ten million bucks from. Lowe's saying thank you. You're doing a wonderful job. Love everybody. Who's given if it's a dollar or ten million light lows if anything? This shown us that we do work together if anything and so shadows to. Lowes for that right there. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. This story comes from Lakewood. Washington police gotten a high speed chase with a man. They're following this Buick. Pullover pullover speeds reaching a hundred miles an hour while they look in the window and the dog is driving. The car guy was teaching his bulldog to drive. That was his excuse. Anyway right was he really know the bulldog yes the. The dog was sitting in the driver's seat and he was in the passenger seat. He was using the gas pedal and had the dog's paws up on the steering wheel Was alcohol involved. Oh yeah he got charged with a Dui hit and run felony alluding. The dog was not charged because if that dog learned drive maybe I go out. I got a lot of time in the hands. I got a doll. Yeah why not? Why not all right there you much? Thank you so much for your boneheads story today on the phone right now. Is Morgan number two? She is quarantined at her house. She is how do you Morgan? I'm twenty six twenty six years old and also in the studio microphone is video producer. Eddie Eddie you are forty years old. Forty one forty one years old just forgot. That's all right. I'm forty today so it's new dunes crazy. You're not even that club with you now. Okay so we're going to play our game elder versus millennial were Eddie. We'll try to answer questions at the younger generation. Then Morgan the older and it is it. Feel like your mortgage or you know fifteen years apart. Yes Oh it does when I when I first met her. It was like I feel like we're close in age but the more we get to hang out Mike. Now we're we're not we're very different. My mom got pregnant with me when she was fifteen right. So you would be my mom's age. Morgan would be me a crazy. She could be your kid if it was the same scenario as my life Nutty let's do it but it to Eddie Your I. I'm GonNa give these younger questions. Okay come on. This is the word millennials used and use when they are confused or an utter disbelief for example. Omg Did you see Madison snapchat. I'm blank this word. Millennials use when they are confused or an utter disbelief. Omg Did you see. So and so's snapchat I am boomed boomed not really a term. I've heard before it's not boomed. Morgan can you steal it yet shook? It shook yes. I'm close Eddie. Ready ready bone come on in the Harry Potter movies and books what name is given to non magicians. Wow okay. So there's the wizards magicians gizzards. The gizzards that's I'll tell you my grandma used e gizzards. Like crazy and as I think back I'm not sure I knew it gizzard was. Can you look what a gizzards chicken Gizzard is? We'd fish to weed Fisher chicken gizzards too. And but she would also eat them but what does it chicken gizzard part of the stomach. Okay Oh so. It's not the Geezer Morgan. Name the name given to non magicians and Harry Potter would be muddled. Muggles is correct. Nice okay have never gotten that. No Crap said GIZZARDS. Eddie what do beyond say's fans call themselves? Okay okay now. You're speaking my language. She's the Queen. Right like Queen Bee Green Cream beyond say the at first I was thinking. Quit the Queen Bees but I want to go on a ledge here and say the Beehive. Now another stem hold on. Hold on wait wait for first of all is out on the limb right. It's not alleged. Well give you whatever you wanted to be. I WANNA go. The Queen. Bees the queen bees beyond as fans do not call themselves the Queen Bees. That's incorrect Morgan. Beyond as fans call themselves. I'm pretty sure it's the correct behalf. Yeah that's it. I was closer with behind. I would've given that to you too. Yeah thing okay all right. Morgan stole all three Eddie. Still Bag for Morgan Morgan. Ready Ready. She's twenty six. Let's see if she gets some of these questions that older folks know. What was the name of the fictional prehistoric city? The flintstones lived in the flintstones lived in the city. What was the name of that city? I have no idea a bedrock. The answer is bedrock so wow I have no idea that was deep in my brain. Wow you've already won but let's throw us out here in the eighties movie. Beetlejuice what did you have to do three times to either game to come to you or make them go away. I don't think I ever seen beetlejuice another guy in the white and black striped too. Yeah I know it's not this but click your heels no that'd be Oz wizard of Oz Eddie. Do you know that one. I do have to say his name. Three Times beetlejuice go and then finally wet late eighties. Pop sensation had their grammy taken away because they were lip synching rocks. That what you said what eighties pop sensation had their grammy's revoked for not singing. The vocals on their album for lip. Synching I have. I don't even know eighty Yes as incorrect. Eddie Morgan number. Two they were so good but it was all fake. It's million Manila Maleeva. Nilly that's right. I don't even know who that is. So good but Morgan is the winner and now she's up nine two seven one way for the championship here. Morgan which is your victory. Would you like the questions that you should know are the ones that you shouldn't? I always funnier when the ones that I don't know what early nineties artist is known for his flashy dance. Move Pants and too legit to quit. Mc Hammer Nice. Yippee Kaiei mother blinker is a quote from what action movie The UK? No no no. No that would be diehard. Who's the bad guy in the Friday? The thirteenth movies with that so many Freddie to their hands canoe I think I just combined two Freddie Scissorhands. That's funny Freddy Scissorhands. And not a person. There's Edward scissorhands and there's Freddie who has razor blades and neither one of them with the right answer. It's Jason there. You Go Morgan number. Two you are the winner. Congratulations there. She has thought we'd review some movies. Here and I brought Kayla for one segment. I went downstairs and she was with the dog but she was also learning. Tick Tock dances. And she doesn't even down to put on talk no of course now. She has no interest in the video maker. Do One of my accounts. You just learned the dances. And it's like well got that one done to stores are all poetry recess and then are you so bored. Yeah you stay board. Yeah doesn't everyone though. Yeah I think that's the thing. I'm always like a uber she goes. Yeah but I think everyone's Amy's now board though because she's home school your kids and it's driving crazy. Oh my gosh I I would love to help you. I mean I can't because social distancing but if that wasn't a thing it'd be over there yeah no that's sweet. I mean I think you would probably come for a day or two and you'd be like all right next week. Well I saw a few movies here and I'll go first because Caitlyn I watched Ford versus Ferrari which we watched it in two different nights. We watch it. We started really both nights The second half we watched subtitles because Stanley was snoring the whole time. Oh yeah that's true. Wow Yeah Kaelin said. It was like watching parasite actually here that know what the words on the screen. But she was just reading them because the dog was. Yeah so we watch Ford versus. I'll let you go first. What'd you think about it? It was good as having on the Ford. Yes she was disappointed. There wasn't more Ferrari in it. I don't know that I was disappointed. But the titles. A little bit misleading. So the story is about Ford and the Auto Company back in. Would you say the sixty s the fifties sixties right guys? Who Seen it? And so it's how they were going bankrupt and they wanted to build a car that could be Ferrari and racing because it would help with their overall brand image and Matt Damon's in it and then Batman in it. Yeah Yeah I just can't wait. What's what's he gonNa be Batman and the guy from Sweet Home Alabama. That's who that guy was. The guy just figured that out today. Oh Yeah he's the bad guy. Okay so what would you rate versus Ferrari four model ts four? Yeah I I give it three and three quarters okay emblems barely but I thought I liked it more than you did. Oh Okay 'cause. She was complaining about the acting a little bit early on in the show. Like I'm an expert. But she was like if I can tell they're acting. I don't think it's a good man so I guess I liked it a little less. Are You surprised Mike Review a little bit more based on a true story? I think that kept me in it. Okay Yeah so yeah I thought it was good. I would recommend it to someone absolutely. Maybe we watch it at a late time though on the subtitles. Titles yeah that kind of messed us up amy. Did you start watching that movie on Netflix? The movie people in jail. No I can't watch that now my thing did you watch or something. Yeah I watch that and I was like Oh this is just not for me no and maybe I just if it was a different time in my life I think I need something light and now a while I get. I'm watching Ozark and that is not light at all. They're still moments in there that I laugh like there's this character and Ozark she's hilarious. I die laughing. I don't know if I watch that prison show if I'd ever laugh. The prison show is in the future. It's called the platform and how because there are so many people in prison? They have to stack the prisons tall. Is that what it is? I don't know I I don't know I mean my husband and I just flip through and we watched a little bit of it and I was like okay. I can't watch this like it's too too dark. I need more lightness right. Now because the world right now is just so heavy. Eddie you watch nine hundred seventeen that movie I did I did. It was just one. I don't know I every time I see a movie that's nominated for Academy Award. I feel like I have to watch it at some point and it was on the menu so I watched it and surprisingly really good surprisingly though I mean it was didn't win like the best picture. Now Manila Win The white before that though like one of those Golden Globe. Yeah Golden Globe. Best Picture Yeah. Yeah so wait. What's what's it about so just quickly before. I don't WanNA get too into. But it's there's a corporal a guy who gets caught up by the General to complete a mission twenty four hours to complete this mission and he doesn't complete it which is considered him going like really three miles to another company. He doesn't get there in twenty four hours. They will all die including his brother. Who's in that same company? Oh which is probably why they sent them then right. Daddy's accurately describe it might. Yeah Okay what. Caitlyn like it or no. Yeah I think so I mean. Did you guys like Saving Private Ryan? I I would say this is the British version of Saving Private Ryan. Well when I went to watch saving Private Ryan the movie theater. Show me the end of the movie I accidentally and then they walked out and they were like guzzle. Really sorry we just showed you the end I I know. What are you talking about you? Show me the end. You could end so they started over at the beginning after already knew the ending of it and so. I don't have a real answer on saving private Ryan but okay. That's terrible that they did that to you. What do you rate thousand nine hundred eighty? I would say four bayonets out of five. Okay four one. That's what they use bayonets weird way of fighting. But that's what they used can what he wanted to watch next in the musical home. I mean like a real one Oklahoma musical aiming to have this picture in my we have a guest room. I had the video game system and Caitlyn our playing video games yesterday and I have the state of Arkansas. That's made out of wood. And what she does she gets up beside it and shows me where she lives on the wall and Oklahoma and so she liked points the parts of the wall that would be the place she knows. Gone and get creative. So I'm getting home schooled to geography class. Yes I mean before she goes. Yeah I mean I guess. I'm just curious the updates for the the the plan today for Bobby's birthday I mean obviously you're not gonNA watchmaking watch Oklahoma for his birthday. She would know couldn't so once once he gets done working and the show's over. I guess I don't know your full schedule for the day bobby but maybe Caitlyn no some of it. Yeah I got a few tricks up nicely. I Yeah I do. I mean we'll have dinner and have a cheesecake ready for him. She's having trouble with the chicken fried steak right. I have called been too so yesterday. Was My store day. I get to go to the store. Once every three days issue was my store day I went to three different stores. They don't have the steak that you need. I I called to. They don't have it so starting to panic but our backup plan is Cracker barrel doing to go orders. So I might just be a miserable girlfriend on this birthday but I think Kroger's great and I told her it didn't matter how it tastes. It was just the effort the fact that she cared enough to make it question. I know you love chicken fried steak but could you do chicken fried chicken instead. Who Interesting. Yeah good why don't WanNa give up on this? Take right now because we got a few hours course. Yeah run around the city okay. I mean but she got to marinate the chicken in buttermilk or something I would do. Chicken Fried Chicken okay. Can you do that you think? Yeah I mean she is the best chef and I tell her. You should put some of these up on instagram. But she doesn't want to be an instagram influence or in any way right. Who Does but I said but you could put this stuff on people really like it. If you didn't have to be an influence or you can just be somebody who does something you enjoy. But don't you agree? Yeah I totally agree and I saw that you post something or somebody posted. That caitlyn should have her own cooking. Show and you're like yeah and then Caitlyn reposted and she was like no. I don't want people to find out. I'm a poser Okay so four berths ferraris pretty good. Amy Didn't watch the movie on Netflix. Eddie Watch nineteen seventeen and said that. It was four bayonets. Okay okay at that after Oklahoma. I don't WanNa Watch now. That's not you'RE GONNA pay. I say you get a pass. I don't I don't want you to have to watch Oklahoma. I feel free on that. It's now surrounded by everything Arkansas. He Watch one Oklahoma movie. Amy We never mind. She calls my Dog Stanley Switzer. Extra Switzer Arstan Stanley stoops. It was it was I who Stanley stoops. But then Barry Switzer at Lisa's from Arkansas and played on the Arkansas National Championship team. Oh I should tell you about the job. Ramey coach Oklahoma the National Championship football okay. That's what she calls me. I figured it was. Some sort of your sins are there. How Long Is Oklahoma? The musical two and a half hours. I thought it was going to be like Hey Why why are you looking at me like that online? Okay Kaelin. Thank you That's way to her birthday. Yeah you should. Bobby gets a pass. Because he's forty today. We don't get to see Bobby in person on his fortieth birthday. Will you give them a hug for us? I will and if Arkansas was sophisticated enough to have a musical I would watch it. We have a musical really solid layers. The joke what is our turning I can see. It doesn't matter what is it. Nothing gets the whole life of Johnny Cash. You can see it all over all right. Well then ours is the whole life of Garth Brooks once you got next. Great is but I say Johnny cash and his above Garth Brooks. We're aiming words. Well why am I getting out? I love Garth Brooks okay. That's the their caitlyn. Thank you very much. Amy's pile of stories. Kfc wants to spread some joy during the ongoing corona virus pandemic with Fried Chicken. They're going to be providing one million extra pieces of chicken to franchisees across the country for them to distribute to their communities as they see fit and then also during this time they are suspending. Its slogan Finger Lickin good. I saw that a couple of weeks ago where there was a story going. Kfc Dropping Finger Lickin it. Listen we're looking our fingers because a commercial so that anyway like we're not going well let's look our fingers and see how good that meal was. That was just a fun slogan I get why they're doing it but I don't think anyone's actually licking their hands to you now but you know it is at least takes it out of people's minds my kids are licking their fingers and then stuff sheera. Sometimes my daughter. She'll suck her thumb and I thought we had broken that habit. But I don't know if it's just this change of life or if it's her way of dealing with any anxiety she's having. She started sucking her thumb again. I'm like this is the first time ever to start doing that again. That's true I'm trying to remember not to bite my fingernails. Yeah 'cause I'm a big fingernail biter but there are things can do. You can PA- BANDAIDS on them. I'm not putting the nail Polish on them. I'm but but yeah you should the hands in the mouth or no but yes I should. They have suspended their slogan. Though in your opinion come on. Listen what it does do. Is We talk about how they're suspending their slogan which is advertising what else you got. Shirk. While you're a big fan of game of thrones. I don't watch it. But the mother of dragons policy. Yeah so Emilia Clark. That's the girl she's doing. A virtual dinner for cove nineteen donations so twelve fans are going to get to have a virtual dinner with her and it'll go to a covert. Nineteen Relief Fund. Are You Keened how this works me l like I WOULD. Do you know how the virtual dinner works. I don't what is she doing? Does it get on their phone and get on facetime. Is it a zoom or? Do you just eat. I don't know exactly how they're doing but they're creating a way all have dinner together. And if I had a bunch of money for this and I'm with eleven other Joes who WanNa yell the whole time and trying to get my thunder because you're doing this to get to hang out with a million Clark right. Well her goal is three hundred thousand dollars so divide that by twelve. And that's how much if everyone pays the same amount that's what it would be. Wow maybe it's the drawing though. Oh yeah true. I guess it could be that three hundred thousand twelve is twenty five thousand each to have you. Don't even get to serum person or eat the food and you don't get alone time to actually ask her. That's what I'm saying like. How does this even work? Maybe everybody puts on like twenty bucks and then she picks people and then she talks to all of them true. Ooh That's the way you like to approach raffles like you did that. With your photograph for Saint Jude that Ronnie Dunn took and I thought that that was genius because it allows people that can't afford twenty five thousand dollars still be a part of it too much credit for genius but all I didn't I just didn't want anything that we do auctions and stuff to always be one but people with the most money right like I want people to have a shot at it so it was like a ticket for five bucks and we'll draw and there you go but good for her. Listen whatever people's doing to help is great. I just didn't know how that would work. I'll do virtual dinner but in mine. What can we do in Mine in Mine? We will all be nude that allowed. What do you mean? I don't know if you went. What platform you're GONNA use zoom allow. Nudity I don't know surely right. Surely because people were jumping in those zoom meetings. We talk about this on the show or off the air on the show. Okay where people will find jump into other people's zoom meetings in late show the winner and stuff. Oh No it must've been off air because we were talking about how some people would be zoom meeting and they decide to go in their bedroom and change clothes in the middle of the meeting and they would think that the camera was off or they decide to use the bathroom thinking they turn the camera off and it wasn't off talking about doing funnier. People would go and find zoom meetings and jump into them and all of a sudden boom their pictures in there. It's kind of like that. That site where you chat roulette randomly get up with someone and then all of a sudden it was just ruined because there were so many people just showing their weenies and butts in it. And you're like every time I've somebody Ding Dong on another note aimee okay. And then lastly in Non Corona Virus News federal agents have uncovered a large drug smuggling tunnel in San Diego. It runs under the US. Mexico border and it extends to a warehouse in a commercial complex near the border. And I mean. This thing is equipped with like a rail system lights. It's very sophisticated just like you would see. If you're watching. Narcos on net flicks. El Chapo is the one that came up with the tunnels and nearly thirty million dollars worth of drugs were seized including cocaine meth heroin. Marijuana and fennel well you can tell. Amy Picks her own stories for the pill because she is super ended. Any sort of drug transport. They that's hard it looks like if you're in Carlsbad caverns on a ride during a little trained farms. Wow all right. I'm amy was amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news so when New Jersey restaurants were ordered to close their dining rooms. The owner of Fred Rico's pizza and restaurant. He went straight to the bank and took out a fifty thousand dollar loan to make sure he could pay all of his employees for the two months that they were going to be off. He said his father told him a long time ago. You gotTa Take Care of your employees first because without those employees you don't have a business at all. And he said he owes them whatever he can even if it means that he might go into debt. Wow HOLY COW. I mean yeah. There's a lot to tell me something good but that right there is what this is all about. That was telling me something good. I remember events hosted behind the bastards and it could happen here. I spent a lot of my career in my time. Writing about fascism and surging authoritarianism in the world and I am generally pretty bummed out as a result so in July of two thousand nineteen. I traveled the world looking for hope and I found it in what you might consider to be an unlikely place northeastern Syria. A place called Rosia when you heard this place referred to in its people referred to in the news generally called. Just the Kurtz what I found in Rhodesia in the summer of two thousand nineteen with so much stranger and so much more revolutionary than the story of a group of people valiantly battling against Isis. Instead I found the story of the war in Syria that you haven't seen on the news. It's the story of an idealistic dream. That had the unlikely chance to flower in the dry flame racked plains of northeast Syria. I'm Robert and this. Is the women's war. Listen to the women's war on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or you get your podcasts. It was requested yesterday so we are bringing back. The investigative Corny were aiming reads the morning corny. Me Eddie and lunchbox have to figure it out. Now my these timekeeper. How long we have ninety seconds. Ninety seconds amy. Are you ready ready all right here we go. Let's go investigate a Corny work morning glory. What do you call a fast fungus? Fast Bangash running mushroom bash room. That's Mush Mush. Mush Mush dog speech room a speedy speedy Mush Mush fungus. What it is yep quick. It's GonNa be something like a quick liquor fast rush room Russia. Russia Room Brush Room. What do you call a fast quick? What's other work for a mushroom Mush Mush Mush Brew? What's up for room in the back? Mush a mush mushroom much. Modern room room bone a much. Much Room Bramham mushroom. That thirty seconds left okay mushroom or mushroom Mushroom Mush. Accu my quick. What's the job again? What do you call a fast fast? Fungus Athlete's foot is it would hold on Avalon. No ten seconds Mush Bruin Bruin Mushroom Room. How do you feel? That's the best thing we have okay. We're GONNA go with a Mush vroom. Vroom okay here. We go morning corny. What do you call fast fungus? What do you call a fast fungus? Please be mushroom. A Mush Broom. That's amazing we're never gonNA yell at the same time. So why don't you do in the studio? He's Naylor Okay. We got we got it all right. You ready ready you got to start. A clear is who are I. Thought Mush Brougham was really dumb. When I said it to be honest with you so much so eddie was stupid. What else but I did but Alex was funny too. Yeah congratulations team amy. Thank you Joe. And thanks to our listener. Who ASKED THAT? We bring that back. Bobby bones show if you're going to go shop and they said don't wear gloves on your hands. It could actually be worse than if you were just using your hands. Because the corona or anything else doesn't enter through your hands so you don't need a barrier there if you touch something with gloves and then you touch your face your as or more likely to spread it as if it were just your hands. That makes sense. Yeah is a little counterintuitive. Because you'd think gloves good to keep you but again it's not entering through your hands. So they say more than likely the adhesive properties of viruses differ. It's possible that the corona could hop on the latex and spread even more than what on your own skin. Oh my gosh. So they're sagging don't wear gloves. Just wash your hands because it's not going to go through your hands as long as you're headed such a facial good but you know now. They're probably soon enough going to say when we go out. We should wear a mask and the the reasoning is they think a quarter of people that have corona are completely asymptomatic. And they don't know they have it they feel nothing about it. They have no reason to even think they have grown virus and they're out just like pop up every day is good. La La La la live in their life and not knowing that they're spreading it not being reckless but not knowing they're spreading it so that's going to be a thing real soon too and by the way I saw the NFL. Football football is going to be normal this year. They may have football in some sort. But there's no way they pack in September. There's no way they seventy people in this instance. They have it in some form or fashion but there is no chance. Did they pack all those people in those stands? I think they have it in some way. They should do. Seven seven days smaller teams someone on seven no pads no hitting just like. I'M GOING TO SAY ABOUT CORONA. I just think the mask thing to it even though like it just keeps you from touching your face like if you're out and Abou- and you do touch something and you're at the grocery store not wearing gloves. If you have a mask on you're not GONNA be tempted to put your hands near your face so that way you're protected there so I would say grocery shop with a mask over. Gloves is a grocery shop wrapped in Saran. Wrap this head to toe have that. We have all voicemail line. You call leave a message to and earlier. We played this message from Jacob in Spokane Washington. I want to let you know you guys got me on so much more than I got laid off from my job. Because of the corona lockdown up here in Washington but I started door dashing and I started off early in the morning to get people that are copying their stuff and listening. You guys made me laugh and smile when I'm sitting here stuck in my car and say thank you so much for making sure they're all of this so with that I said. Is there a way we can get in touch with Jacob this hours ago? Is Jacob on the phone right now. How you doing Bud Humana? Hey Man is Bobby Valentine good today. Yeah I'm still door dashing Do Pretty much about fourteen hours a day just to just survive. Is that right? So how does that work? Does your phone get an alert or somebody call you know it. My phone gets an alert. I get A pain on location where I'm nearby or something like that and I had to go to the restaurant now. Washington's lifted a lot of things so now even delivering liquor so and farm and pharmacy products and everything. So we're doing a lot more stuff now but We figure out from wherever it's located that and we take it directly to the customer and hand it to them or with a new scare and everything. We've kind of dropped off the front door and take a picture of it. So they know what's really there and and they go under Mary Way. Well I got your message and first of all. I just appreciated you listening. I appreciate your saying such nice things and then what I said I said. Hey because it's my birthday and I was like hey for my birthday. I'm just GonNa give give away stuff so I said I'm GonNa Send Jake so I'm GonNa do is almost said you one hundred bucks cash for no reason except I appreciate your listening. I know you're going through some hard stuff right now. So I'm GonNa send you one hundred dollars and then amy goes well since said since your birthday. She's going to match one hundred bucks. Said you two hundred bucks. Oh my Gosh Oh man that we helped me a lot. That's a couple of against right there to get. What kind of truck driving Jacob Holy? Well we've had some snow here lately so it's kind of been a little nervous a couple of days but man frigging Yeah that's that's what help out a lot. At least get one of my bills taking care of one hundred one hundred two it go. It ain't no. I told you I would match whatever you did. So I'm up on our four hundred. Okay Jacob we're now sending you four hundred dollars. Don't don't push me aiming show. I'll I'll jump again. You know what I'm GonNa do. Another fifty amy. Okay just matched it. So they are five hundred Jacob. We got five hundred bucks for. This definitely wasn't contest. Hopefully it can help you out. I know you're struggling a little bit. Everybody struggling struggling together. But since we're together you're part of the team with us and we definitely want to look out for you. Bud Hey bones yeah. Let's be real. It march madness was going on probably would have one hundred dollars in a bracket. Yeah now I'm in for a hundred six. Oh Wow who Jacob Jacob man I t's almost wow it takes finishes I thank you think you guys so mad men. That's right now everything going on. It's like I'm just over analyzing freight of everything and and paranoid because finally had a job I love and and everything you know and and This stress and stuff of of scare and everything is causing so much fear in my heart but like I said listen you guys stuff in the morning really helps me out a lot man i. I've even started listening to your podcast and stuff and and Couple of other ones. That are kind of funny now. I never listen to podcasts. Before this but you know fourteen hour day of driving you know you only the only hear some of the songs two times over and over again so amen to that brother. We're in this room here and I'm all the time. Yeah yeah well listen. I'll give you the money I don't know if you're on. Pay Pal or Vin Mo Mo. Know any of that stuff interesting. Well I'm sorry but no kidding I'm just kidding I'm just kidding okay. First of all can we also recognize the joy that we hear his even in the voice mail and I can tell losing your job. I assume that's the one you're referring to that you finally got a job that you really loved and then you got laid off because of yeah so and to know that you're going through all that and then juggling a lot and having the fear and anxiety but I literally can still hear the joy in your voice and it takes a special type of person to still be joyful during all of this so it to me it warms my heart to be able to send you this and what I would say is go ahead and sign up for VIM. Oh I bet. We can Linda really get a t and fifteen minutes if you just. I'll tell you what let's put you on. Hold TALK TO SCUBA Steve. Somehow in the next few days we'll get you six hundred dollars and I hope that wait. I just got a text from my count and my accountant said I could afford one hundred dollars off one hundred bucks. My counselor count said Yeah. You know you're you're good. You have an extra hundred so go ahead and put it in Guys Jacob. Much thank you now. He's our biggest fan. He was like I did love Karl Anthony. But I'm GonNa tell you guys now. No Okay we're GONNA send you seven. She's actually not here on the on the line at all or she would give you yeah. She's actually she's a home warranty see. He's a fan. Okay Jacob. We're GONNA put you on hold. We'll get all your vote and we'll we'll hook all right there is there's Jacob in spokane Washington away hold on just texted. Hagenbeck on mortgage. She's listening and she did say something but Let Me Know Jake on Jacob back. Yeah Morgan Number to text in listening at Home Mike. Say I'll throw in one hundred dollars. Mortgage Co Oh God you guys all right. What's up much? Wow selected with my accountant and also through one hundred dollars. No no no. He's GonNa Explode. This is not. We would never do this. Okay where nine Hundred Dollars Jacob? We're going to send you nine hundred dollars. I don't know how we're GONNA get it all together all of us but we will get it all together. I feel like Jacobs. GonNa this is GonNa Happen. We'll hang up. He'll figure out how to set up then Mel then he'll give us the handle and we can all just boom get it to him. Healthily Jacob. You'RE GONNA have nine hundred dollars next couple of days from us all right buddy. Yeah take your pants. You guys are making Jacob. Nine hundred dollars coming out. We'll put them back on. Hold Okay Okay okay. That's fun have birthday to me. Thanks for matching lunchbox. Eddie Mighty Morgan Opportunity. That's a great president. It's time for the good news. Fifteen-year-old Cocoa Johnson finished. Her Final Chemo treatment but with corona virus. Going around. She really couldn't have a celebration at the hospital because they were only limited to one visitor at a time but when she got home. The whole neighborhood organized a welcome home parades so she stood in her front yard and watch all our friends and neighbors walk by inflating their cars and they had signs of the loons and everything that said. Welcome home cocoa. Wow that's awesome and there's there's no way there's more there is more. The MOM tweeted out and they got a reply from John Krasinski. Who Your boy. Jim from the office and he responded and said well. This is one of the greatest things I've seen. Welcome Home Coco can from Germany office. I'd get a girl cocoa alright. That's what it's all about. Tell me something. Good well for me. It was another day of work and being around the house. Video Games work now but I think about Jamie whenever I start to get bored go. Oh Amy's homeschool in both of our kids right now. She's opposite aboard. I mean basically I feel like Oh you know. Is it. Great to be quarantined with your family and have all this in this stage of my life or would have been awesome to be quarantined when I was twenty four not a care in the world. They brought struggles. How did it go home schooling? Yesterday it was it was pretty good. We're finding a group so I need to just you throw that out there because I feel like I've been negative Nancy about it lately but had to work on a assignment with Stevenson. That brought up. I think some thoughts feelings for him and he started asking about his mom and then he was asking if we have biological mom. I think that's that's so they needed to say there because people will be like what do you mean? Aren't you mom? Yes so we adopted Stevenson and stuff sheera from Haiti and they both have different moms. They don't even have the same biological mom so he was starting to ask about his mom in Haiti and if we had her phone number and if we could call her and my heart just started a break because we've had them for over two years now and I always the plan after adopting them was to always take them back to Hades so that they could see their moms but we wanted to wait until the two year mark and here we are past the two year mark and now I just don't see any sort of travel insight and I don't know what year we'll be back there but I started to wonder I mean. Should we try to arrange a? What's up video call with them or I don't even know if they have. I'm sure they have phones and they can get the what's APP APP. And maybe we could video with their MOMS. I always pictured them having a relationship and that's super important to me but Haiti's been a hot mess for a while and then now with corona virus is just hard to get there. Well my questions come. How does it make you feel when he says Eh fine? I'm not like do I do. I feel not what's the word not protective but like oh no. I'm your mom. Don't worry about her kind of feelings. I don't have any of that. No no no because she says I mom I'm his second mom and I want him to know as much about her as he can. That's healthy and in the right time. So sure if he wants to know more about her. I want to figure out how he can have that. That's important to me. My second question. Would you know how to get a hold of her? I think I could. Yeah I know the people I'd have to talk to people that will talk to some people that will get her. Yes would be interested in seeing Stevenson that I have no idea not a clue which so I guess. I shouldn't make any promises to him that I can't keep and I didn't even bring up the whole. Maybe we could get her on the phone. I said No. I don't have a way. We can't talk to her right now buddy but I feel like it's just going to be something that continues to come up. And what is your daughter and things trigger it about her mom she. She remembers life with her mom because she lived with her mom until she was five and a half years old so she has memories at home with her mom and then she has memories of the orphanage from five to ten so she still talks about her mom and I think she would also enjoy some sort of communication. I think that would be good for her to and again same thing with her mom. I know that I could talk to someone who knows someone that could get her. But I gotTA figure out the right way to do it. That was my plan if we flew to Haiti to meet them. I would arrange a meeting because I want to meet them too and I want to give them a hug and let them know. Hey your kids are loved. Thank you so much for allowing us to be their parents and I want you to be a part of their life somehow or the dads out of the picture completely. We have no idea who the DADS are they. I mean part of me would like to talk to the MOMS about the DAD's not with the kids but just so that I can no more but I know nothing because they're not really. Gosh I need to even look and see if the dads are listed on the birth certificate. I don't think they are while there with your son. It will be interesting to know genetically. How big his dad is to know if he's going to grow really because he wants to grow so bad guide us and I've seen a picture of his mom and she's pretty petite. Yeah so you know. I don't know good question. That's thinking about you. Well thank you. It's challenges the any adopted parents faces so if anybody out there has advice for me hit me up anytime you ask for advice period openly like that. You won't get some advice no matter what it's about mortgage buying a house your favorite bird to follow with your speaking of. I put up that I was doing track practice to share the other day and I put up a video of her on the curb drinking water and this woman left a comment she goes maybe she would be more interested. If you put the phone away to burn. No you're asking for a snap okay. I filmed about twenty seconds of an hour that we were outside. So calm down some messages here about something Eddie said earlier. He's letting his baby his foster baby. Who's now how old's the baby Eddie can use one one and a couple of months somewhere around there it but you let the baby eat hot cheetos. Well I mean I'm not letting him really but I really like I can't eat anything without him wanting and he's at that age where he stands up at your knee while you're eating something and he's like just stares at you like give me give me and and I so I gave him a flaming hot cheetos and the dude loved it. I mean those things will burn my mouth and he loved it. He wanted more so than I just poured a little bit in a bowl. So you give 'em flaming hot cheetos now. I'm asking you you guys. Do you think it's all right to give a baby? Flaming hot cheetos amy. I mean if he likes them then. I guess it's okay. You're just starting that the habit what are you gonNa have your baby To eat a milk and then he has little vigil can play with hot cheetos great. He likes green beans. You likes that good and then Fruit cut up like that stuff like that. He eats all day and then Geeta giving him a bottle of mountain dew. Does he did have an ice cream cone the other day. Though I mean I guess like with anything else. Anything in super moderation right. Yeah Yeah I think it's healthy not to the heart doesn't bother me if he can tolerate me too. Yeah Yeah I know. I've just changed so much in my perspective like I never thought I would feed my kids certain things and of course I do and then I also want them to have a healthy perspective with food like I don't tell them you can't have that because then that turns it into a food that now. They may really crave because I always said no or they may try to hoard or eat too much of because they don't know when they're ever going to get it again because I don't allow it. I'm trying to chill out with all that. That's what I do whenever caitlyn brings chips on. Horde them 'cause I'm like oh no she can bring it back in house. Go to town by the way to people are asking one. They wanted to know that story that he mentioned earlier in two. They wanted to know if we're going to Eddie Spanish word of the day. Edi One of course bones unprepared Eddie as his kids Spanish teacher in home schooling so we started to bring a lesson in here with us. Here we go ladies and gentlemen. Today's word of the day is a mario bones. Do you know what do you mean? Do Yellow Oh nice amy. Did you know that too? I did perfect. Let me use that in a sentence. I might yo by morning from San Antonio my favorite warning this town of Amarillo. Lloyd Eddie Funny. You said that amy absolutely. That's exactly what it means. Texas is a yellow city. A yellow town okay. Well then Amarillo by morning. Wow I learned Spanish and geography thinking to bone with this segment. I believe that people now when they go and interview for jobs they can't say they speak two different languages now. No they tiling auto they can't. Oh Okay No. They can't do. They get like sense certificate from you know they could just say. I do know Spanish. You know from this Dude Eddie on the radio all right there you go. That is Eddie's Spanish word of the day off duty police officer was self quarantining after testing positive for corona virus and there was a burglar trying to break into his house trying to break into his car and so he can't really go out imagined that he goes and gives the the robber corona. He tackles him and Lixin. Dash started firing shots from his home. The officer confronted the man who appeared to have a weapon. Probably pull aside from a fire. The man was not hit and ran away. The officer had been confined to his home after he tested positive for corona virus. So and then nutty like you're in your house summation rob your car. What what do you do? That's what happened there. You know who died though is the guy from fountains of Wayne. No the song here. Stacy's mom the ghost of Corona. He passed away. Or Oh my gosh. Who started felons of Wayne Adam? Schlesinger all IPO posting about him. Because he had been in a lot of projects but Adam Schlesinger the CO founder of fountains of Wayne won an Emmy a grammy. He died at fifty two years old from Corona virus. He also did that thing. You do from one of my favorite movies that thing. You do crazy Terribly sad I was talking to John. Party about JOE DIFFIC-. Jody died a couple of days ago. We were talking about that. Joe Is just so beloved and again I guess that's the most personal story I have yet of someone dying because I knew Joe last couple years a little bit but just everybody if you can be inside. Be inside if you can't. That's a different story you know. That's we probably need to know exactly why you can't well if you can't if you're just doing everything you can to be as safe as possible if you're an essential worker then you can't or if you're delivering food to people or whatever just take take take everything super seriously. Yeah and you can order food talk a little common sense for a second you can order food and they can bring you food and you're not gonna get it from the food tested many times. There's crony bars is not in food. So don't now if you want talk packaging dump your food on a plate. Tasha packing than wash your hands. I would suggest that but I wouldn't let it scare you from having food delivered to your picking it up. Because you're you're you're helping the economy your local neighborhood the places that needs your help. And you'RE NOT GONNA get from food today anyway now. You're just not going to but this is changing quickly on the show. Thank you for all the nice birthday messages and remember the Raging Idiots. Put out their new library. Today it's called Bobby Bones and the raging idiots live in little rock. Go CHECK IT OUT. You have to buy stream it so if you're going to have a streaming service check it added it'd be up there today. Morgan number two is on to kind of recap what happened on. Today's show. Morgan number. Two people go back and they. WanNa listen to the PODCAST. What are they gonNA find? That excites them today. While today's obviously your birthday and we did something fun for a listener in on her birthday and it just kind of happened. Oddly organically and awesomely all three of those things all right what else. The investigative morning Corny came back today. People were thrilled. I could hear the people reading feedback. They love it being back. What else we've got an update from Eddie on his foster situation and a couple of things. I was shocked about talking about foster kids. You got two of his own kids a to foster kids and at one point. That's on the best foster kids and I was like. Wow I didn't know that what else and you and Caitlyn reviewed movie fact that I get to work from home as I walked over to the stairs and go. Hey come up here came up and she hopped on the air for a segment. We talked about a movie. We watched over the last two nights. So you can hear all that on the podcast just over and search bobby bones show on demand and that'd be awesome. We appreciate that and Morgan. How're you today in your house? You could I think? She said she's doing a new puzzle. What you said. Yeah the new puzzle of what Bates has to astronauts on it. So I'm excited about it and it's hot all right. Thank you bye-bye Morgan by right. And what's going on today while some school that. I'll do after this and then we're taking a field trip today we're GonNa go swing by your house to drop off birthday stuff. Nice so get the kids out. I don't think they have gotten in a car in days. Well since they got it from Texas so they're probably excited to maybe go somewhere. How was the drive for them? Twelve hours they love it. Ben Thought it was GonNa be you know. He loves to fly because he's a pilot and sometimes when they they've flown places they will complain about something and he's like y'all don't even know how good you'll have it being able to fly when I was a kid. We did road trips. And so he bef- when they set off on their journey the trucks go to Texas. He was calling it operation aviation appreciation and he thought that they were going to be so just not love the drive so much that next time they fly they'll be so thankful and grateful they get to fly but it didn't work because they love driving love it they love it. Yeah so now. He's like wait. This is the opposite of my plan but Yes oh yeah that we're gonNA come see you 'cause birthday day but I will say I have some yeah. I have some gifts that I got before Kobe. Set in. But part of your big present to you is your party and then that I'm awesome instead. I have the gifts that was including with you with Artie and I still plan on doing the party. Your gifts are special. Don't get me wrong but I just don't I just want you to know that. I don't think we're going to have the part of your gift. Well eventually I don't think I am going to have a birthday party. Okay fine for when you turn forty one all right whenever Wall Street ideas all wasted. Tv cable them. What can we throw a party for? Because it's there's there's two kinds of people in the world. I just realized there's corona people and covert people in Amy's now at Cova person interesting. I'm I'm happy or no you kind of flex that Cova nineteen sometimes on us for sure I do but I also go straight corona virus all the time so rooch go. Listen to the PODCAST. You'll hear me say I try to relate. I want to relate to all the people do the same thing I just only. If I'm reading a story and it says it will I read it? I'm corona I know where I came from. Sorry I live with a man. That's like cove in nineteen and all the serious terms all the time. Well I'll hopefully. I'll play video games today. I know you're not GonNa ask what I'm doing my birthday but I will tell you we're going to play video games. I'm going to have For Lunch Bowl. See Chicken Fried steak for dinner hopefully chicken. I think he's GonNa hop aunt play some basketball. Yes everything is going to come by for a little bit today and waving to the window. We can do like jailtime kisses where he put her face against the window and like I'm cool with that. Yeah I mean it's your birthday. I have a great day. Everybody will see tomorrow to go by site bobby bones. Acm Breath Bobby. Off Repeats of the Year Baby Win love. You like it. If you're like most people who wear glasses or contacts you're probably not jumping for joy about not being able to see running out of contact lenses the worst time or constantly paying for context just so they can irritate your eyes. That's why it just makes sense to look at the eye center. 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Bobby Tuna Pt. 1: Robert Platshorn

Kingpins

44:52 min | 2 years ago

Bobby Tuna Pt. 1: Robert Platshorn

"In the events that follow there are several discrepancies in dates and years between the official government indictments and the stories told by robert platt horn and the other figures figures involved when a date is uncertain. We've gone with the date provided by platform himself summer in columbia nineteen seventy seven bobby plant horn washed impatiently as indigenous laborers loaded the last few bales of marijuana into the body of the the old d c three cargo plane the colombian heat hung around him like a damp cloak without the slightest hint of a breeze another dan mosquito he'd be eaten alive before this trip is throw bobby knew they had finished loading the grass and get off the ground soon and not just because of the police the army and robing groups of political rebels. Were very active in the area. Finally the fuel fuel truck finished filling. The planes tanks and pulled away into the trees. Thank god time to get out of here. Bobby turned to order everyone onto the plane. When several voices called out chunk kilo hombres everyone around him raise their hands into the air instantaneously bobby bobby looked around at all the laborers bewildered he had no idea what was going on or who had called out then he saw them colombian soldiers carrying old m one carbine stepping out of the trees along either side of the airstrip he grimaced this is not not good not good at all and i'm kate leonard and this is kingpins a a podcast original every friday we journey inside the ranks of organized crime rings from street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin kingpin or queen pin rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power change them and now it changed the community around them. This is our first episode on robert platt shorn who for a time in the mid nineteen seventies was one of the nation's biggest marijuana smugglers working out of south florida. His black tuna gang reputedly imported a million pounds of marijuana into the u._s. In just a year and a half this week will explore his rise from working. Thing is a pitch man in atlantic city to running a multi-million dollar pot smuggling network out of a fancy miami beach hotel and next week. We'll look at how a joint f._b._i. M._d._a. investigation finally reeled in platte shorn and his black tuna gang making them the first major major catch in the war on drugs at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram at par cast in twitter at marquess network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help is to leave of a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help us. We also now have merchandise ted park cast dot com slash merch for more information formation by late nineteen seventy seven robert platt shorn and his childhood friend robert monster leinster had been working as middlemen in the marijuana business for several years known as bobby and robbie respectively to their associates the two roberts i would buy loads of marijuana from local dealers and sell it to their customers laundering their drug money through a car dealership called the south florida auto auction. It was a good system and they made a decent profit but they knew that if they wanted to make the good money the really big money they needed to start start importing the goods themselves directly from the source with that in mind in late nineteen seventy seven they began planning a trip to colombia robby would stay back in miami to oversee the car business and bobby would fly to columbia with their new business partner gene myers known own as big gene myers was a pilot and it started out as one of bobby's small time customers wanting to join the syndicate to help grow at even the larger he was now working with his former suppliers full-time the three wannabe smugglers had ambition but not much else as newcomers to columbia. They had absolutely no reputation to go by. They also didn't have enough money to pay for a load of marijuana front. They hope to find a supplier to sell it to them on credit and they figured their best chance of success was to look the part of trustworthy established smugglers borrowing money from some of their stateside customers. They use twenty five thousand dollars to rent a private jet and and book swank accommodations columbia. The jet was a lear twenty-four sleek and sharp with two powerful engines above the wings. The bikers were extensively there for protection but in reality they were part of the act. If bobby and big gene wanted to play the game of powerful falwell connected smugglers. They needed to look the part arriving in bahrain kia on the northern coast of colombia. Bobby was shocked to discover cover. The big gene in the bikers didn't have passports. He hadn't even thought to ask before they left. Bobby was scared out of his mind when he stepped off the a plane but his experience in sales taught him how to always look cool and collected. Even when you're in way over your head he had been to columbia before so he knew how to solve the problem. Bobby walked into the customs office and carefully peeled off five one hundred dollar the bills from awadh he pulled out of his well pressed linen. Pass bobby carefully explained that his friends were simply accompanying him on a business meeting eating in town and would be leaving later in the day. The customs official looked him up and down a few times then the cash disappeared he went back to the learjet and gathered gene and the bikers he was glad to see that the plane was drawing all the attention he'd hoped for bobby confidently led his group past a line of police officers and customs officials as though he didn't have a care in the world they made their way to up scale hotel in downtown bar and kia and rented the presidential suite when bobby's contact a. columbia named johnny showed up they they got down to business. Bobby explained that they had a plane in miami ready to take two thousand pounds of high grade marijuana at the earliest the est possible time they need it on credit and they needed it fast. Then bobby offered to put himself up as collateral. If if johnny could deliver the marijuana he promised bobby would remain in columbia as a hostage until the load was paid for johnny was thoroughly impressed impressed by bobby's charm and confidence. He told bobby that everyone was talking about his lear jet and bodyguards with no passports most importantly roy janis context. Were eager to meet the brash gringo. Johnny arranged a meeting later in the day with a man named chino who promised two two thousand pounds of good quality herb by the end of the week bobby would remain with chino until the load was paid for if everything went as planned bobby and robby would officially be in the smuggling business from that day forward big gene in the bikers called bobby the they are in a barn kia for the way he smoothly handled the situation from start to finish the entire journey would not have been a success without bobby's cool-headed headed handling of the situation in only a year bobby robbie and gene would be running a multi-million dollar smuggling network out of florida's boorda's luxurious fontham blue hotel and all things to the sort of confidence under pressure that bobby plant shorn had shown from his youngest days bobby was born to a middle class jewish family in south philadelphia in the early nineteen forties growing up in that era. He learned from a young age that if he wanted to make it in the world he had to find his own way he stated. We were taught that if jews wanted a piece of the american dream they had to create build and own it for themselves. South street were bobby lived was a bustling thoroughfare through the heart of urban philadelphia a street lined with shops and stores office buildings delis and restaurants and the nineteen forties and fifties the area was a sprawling italian sector of the city but bobby and robbie grew up in a small jewish area within that larger neighborhood bobby's mother ranna clothing store for girls on south street and the family lived above the shop. His father worked at a nearby shoe store. His best friend and future sure smuggling partner robbie monster also lived on the street residing above his own family's shop as children bobby robbie and their friends roamed south street calling themselves the south street gang they would climb across rooftops break in and explore old abandoned buildings and share sara cigarette when the adults weren't watching their attempts at sneaking into movie theaters and stealing candy from woolworths were typically met with failure and long periods of being grounded. They're real fun came with cap guns and water pistols. They'd ride their bikes down the crowded sidewalk shooting at unsuspecting shoppers. They particularly enjoyed tormenting the barker's who stood in front of stores trying to sell to the many passersby through spy. They were fiercely. Independent and enterprising children learned to stand on their own two feet from a young age at a time when win parents worked twelve hour days seven days a week to make ends meet. Bobby learned early that if he wanted any spending money he'd have to earn it himself he would perform chores for his mother's store or offer his services to other shopkeepers on the street. Bobby and his friends learned the value of hard work by sweeping floors making boxes collecting and recycling old bottles and shining shoes by the time bobby graduated from high school in the spring of nineteen sixty his parents had moved to atlantic city and we're operating a hotel there that summer they rented rooms. Thanks to a group of pitchman or independent salesman who were selling goods on the atlantic city boardwalk with few job prospects of his own bobby began to to learn the trade for a seventeen year old. Boy bobby displayed an immense talent for salesmanship. His natural charisma was a perfect fit for this sort of job within a few months he was touring the region selling products and gadgets at fairs and home shows he eventually worked boos at two two world's fairs in nineteen sixty two and nineteen sixty four and was featured on a number of t._v. Commercials vitamix blenders were one of his specialties scholte's and he rose to become one of the highest earning pitchman in the country though he continued to work as a pitchman off and on for the next fifteen years he also invested in several business ventures including an ice cream parlour which he opened in nineteen seventy-three call the ice cream dream factory it sat on south street right across from his mother's old store and the family's old apartment it doubled as an ice cream parlor and video arcade. He soon began selling his ice cream on street corners as well using pushcarts stocked with briars ice cream it pru who so successful that he eventually rose to become the second largest briars distributor in the country in the end it was through that ice cream cream shop that bobby ultimately made his way into the world of marijuana smuggling and it was brought to fruition when a fellow pitchmen came to bobby and made him a pitch. He couldn't refuse coming up. We'll see how one of bobby platforms colleagues got him involved in the marijuana. I wanna business. What if your doctor didn't know what was wrong with you. Medicine isn't always an exact science. Sometimes it's the guessing game when the world's most renowned experts can't explain what's wrong were left with a medical mystery every week. The park cast original medical medical mysteries looks at the strangest real life medical cases in history and the experts who raced against the clock to solve them. If you're curious about not some of the world's most baffling and bazaar diseases you'll enjoy medical mysteries. You can sit alongside doctors as they try to piece together the clues news of an unexplainable health condition and solve a high stakes mystery. How do you cure what you didn't know existed follow medical mysteries for for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts or visit parkas dot com slash medical mysteries to listen now now back to the story bobby platt shorn head found success as a pitchman in the nineteen sixties and seventies working affairs and shows throughout the eastern half of the united states though he moved to florida in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. He still owned his ice cream company in philadelphia. It would come to play an important role in his entrance into the world of drug smuggling in the summer of nineteen seventy. Six bobby was working as as usual booth at the wisconsin state fair hitching blenders and nonstick cookware while they're his colleague. Luke mcleod approached him with an offer. He needed space to store some inventory for one of his businesses. Since bobby closed his ice cream parlor in the winter. Luke suggested submitting leading the warehouse during the winter months to store his own inventory after they hammered out a deal luke made another suggestion since he was going to be using using bobby's warehouse in the winter. Perhaps they could work together on moving some marijuana one of luke side businesses involved using his trucks in the off season. Listen to run marijuana for a florida smuggler to macleod the young and successful. Bobby's seemed like just the person to help him with this. He asked stiff. Bobby happened to know anyone interested in selling the pot that luke could provide as a matter of fact he did his old buddy robbie from south street street had just recently told him a friend who was in the marijuana wholesaling business now bobby had a supply source for robbie's friend and he and robbie nobody could take a commission on the sales just like that bobby and rob were officially in the game. They began drawing commissions on small loads is brought from florida into pennsylvania and new jersey. They used bobby's ice cream warehouse to store bales of marijuana when necessary and struck up several partnerships with local dealers who would buy what they had to offer. They'll they understood what they were doing was against the law. They had good reason to believe leave. Marijuana would soon be legalized in nineteen seventy-one richard nixon had established a commission to study the question of marijuana's legalization the following year the commission unanimously recommended that possession and distribution of marijuana for personal use should be decriminalized. The conservative nixon ignored the commission's recommendations. A number of states followed their advice and began to remove criminal penalties for marijuana possession by nineteen seventy. Seven eleven states had passed such laws public opinion polls showed that the majority of americans supported awarded this when jimmy carter had taken the oath of office in january he'd run on a platform that had included the decriminalization of marijuana possession then bobby and his partners had every reason to believe that they were getting in on the ground floor of what was sure to become a booming legal trade in the nineteen seventies drug smuggling wasn't associated with the violence and murder that would characterize it a decade later in nineteen seventy eighty seven. Nobody had ever heard of miami vice. Bobby and robbie were just a couple of stone owners looking to make easy money in a business that they fully expected acted to eventually be legal as bobby's business grew more lucrative. He and robbie transferred their operation down to florida where they could have more direct involvement in the process. Get enable them to find more consistent sources for the customer base. They had begun to build in miami. They were also in a better position to transition into the smuggling business itself. After bobby successfully got his partner big gene and his biker bodyguards in and out of columbia without passports. He remained in the country for another week as a hostage of his newfound suppliers. He'd be free to go home. Only after the load was successfully paid for by robbie who was working at the office in miami bobby found that life has a hostage on the colombian coast of the caribbean sea wasn't so bad when he wasn't being wined and dined at posh josh local restaurants or sitting poolside with a fruity drink his suppliers would take him out for a day of fishing and water skiing in the end. His supplier was only able to come up with twelve hundred pounds of marijuana instead of the two thousand he'd promised explaining it was the best he could do on such short short-notice as far as bobby was concerned. Anything was better than nothing. The load was picked up on saturday as planned and flown without a hitch tamiami then it was a waiting game for robbie to send the payment. It took a day and a half but by monday morning. Robbie's payment had hit the bank thank within hours. Bobby was on a plane back to miami where he was given a hero's. Welcome but the join elation of completing their first successful smuggling run overshadowed a bigger problem after all their expenses were accounted for they were in the whole by about fifty thousand dollars. They were quickly learning the hard reality of colombian drug smuggling glenn i the load brought in by bobby's suppliers had sat on the little jungle airfield for several hours awaiting the arrival of bobby's chartered the plane during the interval the local police had arrived and had taken their customary cut which amounted to three hundred and fifty pounds that left only eight hundred and fifty pounds of marijuana for robbie to sell once it arrived in miami far less than the two thousand eight originally been in hoping for in addition to the expenses of the plane pilots and unloading crews three of their customers had gathered their resources together and loan them one hundred and fifty thousand dollars to get them started between these expenses the loss of the police confiscation in the relatively high price per pound around they'd had to pay to the colombians. They couldn't completely pay off their customers loan fortunately for bobby and his colleagues. This was an era when drug smuggling was largely a family business. His partners and customers were his friends his neighbors and is stone her buddies. They knew they could trust him. Platt shorn would later state. It was the hippie era you tell a guy. You'll pay a million dollars you pay him. They knew that to finish paying off the money they owed they'd have to make another smuggling run and soon within two weeks they arranged arranged for another plane and bobby was on his way back to bahrain kia to purchase spy thousand pounds of high in santa marta gold <music> this time bobby was able to enter the scene in columbia as an established miami connection. All the suppliers in the area. Were eager to deal with him. He decided to stick with the same man he'd already done business with and was able to get a much better price on a larger load of with premium marijuana at that time cuban marijuana smugglers were flooding the market with low quality product packed poorly and with stems and seeds seeds still in place. This was run of the mill ditch weed bobby and robbie preferred instead to deal with the good stuff. The high quality herb that caused more hill was also more profitable bobby had agreed to sixty dollars per pound for the previous load now with more bargaining power on his side he he was able to negotiate a five thousand pound load for thirty five dollars a pound they'd sell it in miami for two hundred eighty dollars per pound and significantly more than the one hundred eighty that the lower quality product cost once again bobby agreed to remain in columbia <hes> as a pampered hostage until the payment came through when the load was ready it was sailed up the magdelena river and loaded onto trucks these trucks in turn delivered the load out the hidden jungle airfield that doubled as a cow pasture by this time bobby's bobby's magnetic pitchman personality had won over his new colombian friends their relationship had grown warm and trusting like the family business snus back home. It was a good thing because when bobby ran short of cash to get his pilot's down to columbia his supplier chino came through for him. Chino took him to his family. Home and chino's father loaned bobby the five thousand dollars he needed to get his pilot's out of aruba where they'd been stationed asian awaiting instructions they landed on the little jungle airfield and a crew of hired. Locals got to work it quickly. Bobby suppliers already learned their lesson about what would happen if they hung around too long in the police showed up the local men worked efficiently efficiently and the job was completed in fifteen minutes and that's when the army showed up at the sound of trunk kilo hombres everyone. Everyone put their hands into the air. The soldiers began to disarm the colombians while the lieutenant went through the plane and casually took everything thing of value he could find in their luggage. He eventually began interrogating bobby and the pilots he assumed bobby was the boss but bobby bobby denied it figuring the man was looking for a valuable hostage. The lieutenant began arguing in spanish with the colombians discussing passing a financial arrangement. It eventually became apparent that he was demanding the outrageous some of two million dollars which bobby couldn't even tree him pang and not only was it a ridiculously high demand but bobby's suppliers had already paid a large bribe to use the airfield that bribe it was supposed to have gone to pay off rogues like this one within a few minutes bobby's colombian comrades had gotten in their small plane and flown off leaving bobby babi. The pilots and the work crew there to win it out on the sweltering colombian heat. The lieutenant apparently enjoying his position of power demanded ended since bobby was claiming to be a mere laborer. He should begin unloading the plane by himself. He went to work moving bales while the lieutenant and his entourage waited for the colombians to return with the bribe money after winning for more than an hour in the oven like conditions of late summer and columbia. The lieutenant finally decided he'd had enough bobby had long since quit unloading bales of marijuana in instead he and several of the soldiers were busy smoking joints bobby. It even passed up business cards for the auto auction promising to sell them all cars at the ever came to miami but his bravado was all for show inside. He was wondering if he'd ever get home alive. If the lieutenant had his way it wasn't likely rousing the men from their lethargy the lieutenant herded bobby the pilots and the laborers at gunpoint down a trail away away from the landing strip they reached a large van and the lieutenant informed bobby and the others that he intended to take them to the nearby village of canada negga and execute them their deaths would serve as warning to future smugglers who couldn't pay necessary fees when the van dan refuse to start in the humid subtropical air the lieutenant instructed bobby and the others to push the van down the trail to get it started hoping mean to stall for time and refusing to bet his own pending murder bobby flop down on the grass and encouraged the others to do the same he flatly refused was to push the van since he'd already spent over an hour smoking weed and schmoozing with the soldiers they weren't eager to enforce the lieutenants instructions. The lieutenant ranted and raved but there was little he could do to get the stubborn gringos to their feet. The gamble paid off within just a few minutes. A vehicle carrying bobby's colombian comrades came speeding up the jungle trail. They had several bags full of cash. It only only amounted to forty thousand dollars far less than the lieutenants initial demand but in the end he took the money and left forty thousand dollars was better than no money at all and a bunch of dead smugglers to dispose of because of the delay. The plane was forced to stay grounded for another other night as they couldn't possibly meet their offloading window for that evening in miami. This led to a whole new round of problems in colombian began the nineteen seventies. Everyone wanted their cut. The longer the plane sat on the airfield the more people would show up and take their own portion of the load food the lieutenant i rate at having been cheated out of more loot informed both the navy and the police of the plane's location and cargo. Oh bobby was forced to hide for half the night in a broom closet in a hotel while the pilots hid in the woods as the police searched for them in the middle of the night sailors from a nearby naval ship arrived at the airfield and took charge of the plane offloading. Even more of the bales of marijuana yeah another thirty five thousand dollars plus. Several hundred pounds of product was required to get them to leave. The pilots were finally finally able to take off only moments before the police arrived in a small plane intending to confiscate even more of the load bobby bobby left that morning to taking a commercial flight back to miami even though he'd agreed to remain as a hostage his close call with the police and army armie convinced him he needed to get back home to safety in the end the plane arrived without a hitch in miami and was offloaded successfully successfully despite losing several hundred pounds of their five thousand pounds shipment extortion their sales more than made up for it they they were finally solve it they could pay off the outstanding debts both to their customers stateside as well as chino's father back in colombia who so generously loaned bobby five thousand dollars. The partnership was now really coming into its own at that point in late nineteen in seventy seven. It must've seemed like the future was golden. Still they'd already decided that they couldn't keep this up forever. Once all three reporters bobby robbie and big gene head pulled in a million dollars each. They vowed to get out of the business and go back to their legitimate companies. Unfortunately that would prove easier said than done coming up. We'll see how the men in who would become known as the black tuna gang so the seeds of their own destruction by making one partnership too many now now back to the story despite all the drama in columbia in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven bobby robbie and big gene were now becoming coming well established smugglers doing increasingly steady business throughout florida and beyond it was around this time that they set up shop in the phantom onto blue hotel a perfect spot to impress potential customers. The gang rented out. One of the hotels presidential swedes to wine and dying their guests. They're sweet was two floors with walls of polished wood paneling plush carpets and a winding staircase contained a grand piano and a pool table a huge oh conference table in a view of the beach and ocean though bobby would later claim name that after expenses he only personally taken in twenty five or thirty thousand dollars by this point in time he was already living in an opulent million million dollar home along the intercoastal waterway in miami beach from there he had easy access along collins avenue to the fontham blue back in colombia. Bobby's reputation was now more stellar than ever the original plan for their second shipment called for him to stay behind again as a hostage but as he had needed to flee from the police bobby went back to miami shortly after the plane departed when he and robbie lobby still paid for the load on time as expected any lingering doubts the colombians might have had about their loyalty and trustworthiness were swept away within two weeks. Both bobby and robbie were back in colombia to talk about the next shipment gene stayed behind to run things things in the fountain blue with renewed faith in their abilities. The gang suppliers wanted to start shipping larger loads planes traveled quickly quickly but they were expensive and had limited cargo space instead the colombians wanted to start shipping boatloads of santa marta gold thirty thousand pounds at a time bobby robbie had a friend and business associate named mark phillips whose family owned a local yacht company in miami. Mark could supply them with yachts to carry the colombian. We'd these yachts were sleek boats for wealthy sport fishermen capable of carrying up to twenty thousand pounds of marijuana. Thus a thirty thousand pound load could easily be covered by two yachts. The columbians would send the shipment northward on a large fishing trawler. Bobby's yachts would meet them at a prearranged location near the bahamas to transfer the cargo so then the yachts would sail into miami and offload separately at two different locations. These so-called stash houses were large homes on the waterfront with with deep water anchorages where yacht could easily be moored the gang partnered with several local real estate agents to rent empty houses for offloading their product trucks disguised as delivery and home repair vehicles within arrive to be loaded up for shipment to the customers bobby and his partners attempted to cover all their possible basis they came up with code words and phrases to use over the phone in order to quickly arrange shipments for instance a phone call to the auto auction from columbia asking for thirty tires to be delivered in three weeks time meant that another thirty thousand pound shipment was on its way and would arrive in three weeks in addition the painted water lines of the yachts were raised so that when they were loaded down with fifteen or sixteen thousand pounds of marijuana they wouldn't look low in the water. The odds were also more on a regular basis at the stash houses so that their appearance their later when filled with bales of pod wouldn't seem unusual they also use the yards for their actual purpose sport fishing since sport fishing would be their excuse for traveling to the bahamas to rendezvous with the colombian trawler using the boats regularly for real sport fishing would keep anyone from becoming suspicious it was actually bobby and his partners proclivity clergy for sport fishing that ultimately earned them the black tuna gang moniker during the weeks between smuggling runs the gang would enter fishing tournaments with their got after a particularly successful tournament they all bought matching medallions emblazoned with a jumping fish to commemorate their victory government sources have maintained that the gang used the phrase lack tuna as a code during their smuggling activities bobby has denied this this insisting that the d._a. Investigators invented the idea. He believes they saw a picture of bobby robbie with one of their bluefin tuna catches ages from a tournament and mistook the large bluefin for the much smaller black fin tuna. He says they then assumed the medallions were related and we're used by the gang as symbols for members to recognize one another bobby would later write the government's contention that we used black tuna medallions ends and radio codes as recognition signs is simply ridiculous. Whatever the real truth behind the matter is the black tuna gang was was in full operation by late nineteen seventy seven and they were ready to run their first boatload of marijuana up to miami bobby met again with his colombian suppliers and inspected the seventy foot trawler that would be bringing their fifteen tons of marijuana the agreed to off load in an area of the ocean shen off of great avocado island in the bahamas a few days before the appointed time the yachts and cruise made their way <music> out of the bahamas to do some legitimate sport fishing and await the signal to make a final night run to the rendezvous location big gene supplied the crews from his biker club dressing them in matching outfits to make them look like a sport fishing team while the boats were on their way to the bahamas. Bobby abby received a call at his office at the auto auction. Someone in columbia was in need of two or three ford trucks for a farm near santa marta body audie hung up the phone knowing the message meant that the trawler would be at the rendezvous point in two or three days bobby who could pilots small planes himself. I flew out to meet the trawler by air. Two days later he flew under the guise of fish spotting for his yachts finding the trawler where he expected needed to be they radioed and told him they'd be ready to fish at midnight. He then met up with the two yacht cruise in the bahamas and briefed them on the situation nation they would rendezvous with the appointed time load fifteen thousand pounds each and sail back to their stash houses in miami arriving around five p._m. When traffic would be thick and they could easily blend in with the other returning boats bobby spent the night on chub cay in the bahamas almas intending to fly out the following day to check on the loaded yacht says they made their way to miami. Everything seemed to be perfectly on track and bobby went to bed that night with a clear head but when he awoke at dawn the next morning he got a huge shock one of his yachts. It's called the miss. Dorothy was sitting in doc on chub cay. That was most definitely not where it was supposed to be. He could see not that it had been loaded. During the night as planned it was so full it was listing at the bow sinking down below the raised waterline there was damage to the front of the boat upon close inspection bobby could actually see into the cargo hold and the bales of marijuana stack there clearly the yod dot had bumped and ground heavily against the trawler during the transfer damaging the railing in upper deck. The captain stopped at chubb key to refuel because with the excess says wade he was burning through fuel faster than expected why the boat was so overloaded was anybody's guess bobby would eventually find out it. It was because the boat's captain had turned greedy. They'd agreed to pay the two captains a per pound fee so loading i the captain of the dorothy stuffed his boat to the gills taking on far more than half the load and more than the yacht could easily handle the second yacht had taken the remaining remaining eight thousand or so pounds and was already well on its way to miami certain that an experienced i would be able to pick out the ms dorothy for a gun. Show boat bobby went into full panic mode. The dockyards weren't open yet but he dished out a thousand dollars to bribe the dog master to open these fueling services early while the boat was fueled. Bobby oversaw hasty patching job of the damage to the bow involving some plywood in duct tape within twenty minutes the was on its way again in the end. They managed to pull off the shipment with only one more hitch at the last minute. They had to abandon one of their stash houses. They told the realtor they were renting the house to use it for a movie starstruck. She'd shown up at the house hoping to catch a glimpse of a movie star with her there. They couldn't very well dock a boat full of marijuana at the last minute they were able to find a different house and the marijuana was safely offloaded and sit on its way out of florida. Thanks to a nearly thirty thirty thousand pound load. The black tuna gang made a fortune off their first big boat job. Each partner made the million dollars they'd set out from the beginning to make they decided it was time to ease their way out of the business. Using future runs to prop up their legitimate business ventures that way when they finally left it behind for good they could continue to support themselves and their families on the straight and narrow their suppliers suppliers in columbia also had legitimate businesses themselves including cotton coffee and lumber. The black tunas began discussions with them on transitioning from smuggling drugs to importing legal goods and services into the united states. It was around this time that their associate associate in the business mark phillips approached bobby and robbie about getting into the smuggling business himself. He asked for the black tunas to help him and within. I run to get him started in the business. Bobby robbie were considering turning markdown until he mentioned that he had an old friend named george urge purpose in north carolina whom he intended to partner with purvis's family owned a number of four dealerships. If bobby and robbie could help them. I'm get started and smuggling. Purvis could ensure a regular supply of used vehicles to the auto auction. This was just what bobby and robbie needed to here here. They were already looking for ways to get their legitimate businesses in the black so they could transition into an honest living. They viewed this opportunity as as a way to achieve that goal bobby would later right. We should have known better. Mark was one of those nice guys who was not very good at anything but being a good guy unfortunately for bobby and robbie good guys. Don't usually make good drug smugglers especially when the f._b._i. Comes knocking at their door for more information on robert platt shorn amongst amongst the many sources we used we found his autobiography black tuna diaries extremely helpful to our research. Thanks again for listening to kingpins next week. We'll explore how the black tuna gang's involvement with mark phillips and george purvis led to their undoing and we'll we'll see how the government's heavy handed tactics against pot smugglers like the black tuna gang ultimately opened the door for the far more organized and violent highland drug cartels of the nineteen eighty s you can find more episodes of kingpins as well as all podcasts other shows on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts several of you have asked how to help us if you enjoy the show. 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"The last summer Christian and I were in Tokyo and one of her favourite documentaries is movie culled. Jiro Dreams of Sushi. It's about one of the Great Sushi restaurants in the world. It's very hard to get a reservation. We miraculously got one two weeks out. And they're all these rules that you have to follow. There are very strict dress code ESCO. Yes importantly. They're strict about arriving five minutes early. Yes we made such a point of leaving with plenty plenty of time. We decided to cab in about twenty thirty minutes while we're still in the cab. We realized that we're going the complete opposite direction he gets. It says back on track but now we're stuck in Tokyo traffic so long story short. We are ten minutes late. We come running in. And we're profusely sweating and half off. Everyone has a half an hour to go through these twenty courses of fish. We are eleven minutes late so we had one thousand nine minutes for the first six courses. I hadn't caught my breath yet. I was the Gulf struggling against tea and the only bright hot Chiro was like site. Id is the all time. Oh God never forget. It could be a dream life. Good injury dude ship. You're listening to life is shorts. I'm your host Justin. Gone sweet shop and with me as he was that day that very sweaty sweaty in Tokyo Christian my brother I have you know. You're just happy new year. Have you decade. Happy new decade decade You know I think they should call this the roaring twenties Do you like that. I like I prefer the boring. Yeah yeah that was good. I hope it's boring. Doesn't seem boring now jeff really roaring that so that meal that. I'll never forget like you said it was. We're there for at most twenty two minutes. Yes because everyone's sits at the counter. It's very small to very small little space and there were I think maybe nine other people there maybe ten and G heroes a Sushi bar. Yeah exactly and they're known for The fresh fish obviously but also the the rice is very special and and the simplicity. The of it. Yeah there are no bells and whistles. It's just exactly fish and rice. And so as soon as they make it you're supposed to take it and put it in your mouth. And it's the perfect time to eat it. And they were pissed that we relate obviously as they should be. I mean this reservation was so difficult to get and it's because everybody wants to go there is because the food is great and they're like artists. These are Sushi artists and here. We are like the two we were the only Americans who burst through that partition. Everybody'll turned around. I don't think ever had a more stressful. I don't think our of my life I know but The food is delicious delicious but another part of this is which added to the pressure and the anxiety. was that that if you are more than five minutes late for your reservation. They cancelled the reservation. No questions asked strip off your clothes. Oh we left that part out No they almost as bad for me is they. You have to pay half half of the. The cost of a lot of that is a lot of a lot of sham awesome. Yeah it was so expensive. I mean those I'm GonNa Start using a lot of Dushi. Money expressed Cheddar in two thousand twenty. That's that was your new New Year's Resolu- why are we talking about Japan because our guest today is on a show called queer eye. His name is Bobby Burke and they did a whole season of one of the most uplifting profoundly existential essential seasons of reality TV. I think that will ever exist. That's currently on Netflix The the the current season of queer eye is takes place entirely Charlie in Japan. That's right and it's so worth watching for many reasons one of which is you get a real taste of a great country fascinating country Japan. But it's it's also I if you're looking to be inspired and the New Year. If you're looking for some positivity in a you know sometimes negative world that show in general you should start from the foreseen every episode. It is really moving. I don't think I don't think I mentioned that in the interviews interrupt but so bobby maybe give some background their five. If you haven't seen the show there are five or ten queer is that's total. I've queer men ten is total. Listen and Bobby represents two of the is two of the query. Yeah two of the ten queer is are on the bobby. Yeah and so there so there are five different the jobs that they have. So one of the guys does grooming specializes in grooming. Specializes in in food. The seventy yes leafy dopey one culture one foodie door of culture door clothes styles Tan France and and bobby does design so interior design and arguably. That's the one. I am very ill equipped at all of those things I think except for the food part. Maybe it'd be closest assist to and who is that is that really sorta Iran to compare myself in any way to me. Well you know what I will say is that I of the five things that they do. I am by far the worst at that is obvious me too. I if I needed to bobby's these would be the most important person for both have to be most in need of Bobby's expertise to improve your lives and that's not to say I'm like a Master groomer or I o rape fashion All right but I have some amount of culture. I'm a decent cook but design. I am like even close locie. I'm closer to Komo and turn it but there's also impressive that even to say that in any way arrogant. Well I'm trying to put them on. He's the most important to even more of a patio because what he does is so impressive to me. Because I'm completely lacking working in it and I would not have considered until I saw this show. How much of a necessity design element can be in one's life improving moving one's own psychological wellbeing even to Daddy? You hadn't met him right. I had not met Bobby. I had only recently started watching the show. Oh and like really. I mean you'll hear it got a little too much but I really fell in love with the show and so excited to meet Bobby as I am to meet. All of of the eight remaining queer is that I have not seen eight is left. Yeah I got to down here but there were great is he has his incredible for design with the things. He does with these spaces especially in the Japanese season because the spaces are so tiny toon their cluttered and the the the how inventive he is with some of these rooms. It's just truly remarkable so we get into that and so much more was really ended up being a much heavier and similar to like how I feel about the shows about the show is that it ended up being a very F- just fascinating conversation with a perspective. Somebody who's walked in shoes that I you know. I'm very intrigued by and very foreign. Yeah they are. So you're you're Chitchat. You're heavy Chitchat. chippy heavy the Chad. Chitchat seems to Week Chat Chat. You had with him. Yeah Yeah you're with Bobby Burke coming up next life sweetheart you know one of the things I like about doing. PODCAST is you get to just be real real real well real but every once in a while you get to read an ad for the real real. What's the real real? It's the leading reseller authenticated luxury consignment from top designers like your favorite Louis Vuitton Gucci. Your favorite cartier. RTA and hundreds more up to ninety percent off retail. Why here's what you do you shop and you can sign women's and men's luxury fashion industry anywhere as well as fine jewelry? Watches are new arrivals come in daily in every item undergoes the real reels meticulous. Out that dictation process I imagine a guy with one of those little. It'll jewelry I glass yeah. I don't know the real real employees over one hundred brands specialists go online. 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A light went down a light that we don't use a right and that's the show. Thanks for being For for those of you at home this has been A work awful heavy. Do you use that word Khor fine. Now you're fussing with with the microphone does not seem to be just a bachelor. This is not an impressive start. I'm so sorry joining it angle more. I only recently discovered the show uh-huh which I'm grateful for. I'm so glad founded the reasons that I get into I think I think it is like profoundly important show but it's also difficult for me to watch because I I just get so emotional watching. I'm sure you I'm sure. This is a common reaction especially the Japan episodes guy. They're even more emotional. I think than anything we've ever done. How is it for you to be face to face with a room with somebody WHO's opening up for the first time in finding themselves? It's it's a very different emotion. Different Times you know. In the the beginning season one too it was. It was rough honestly because we didn't expect it wasn't the show we planned on making. I wondered yeah because we we thought we were making the original regional like we are for the straight guy which is why resisted watching it. That show didn't appeal to me. Because it's I and I should tell you this About Myself Give you some context. I I t despite what you see. I don't care at all about fashion. It's the last thing that I really tend to. I know right. You WanNa know No but it's not a it's not something I value or thought I really valued or so the value in I'd now has changed your mind. He you know he has. I mean he really had French docked. Oh who knows what's French dog. I don't even know that. He looked Tux in the front of his show his thing even though like full disclosure. I didn't come up with that there. That was the primary. Yeah made it popular. That was the French Well no well that makes more sense because he did that with Makoto. The the man in the most moving episode. You've seen all four. Yeah well I saw the first and I saw them out of order so I saw your clothes and oh God I haven't seen Ricardo's yet but you haven't i. Yeah I don't watch my own show really sexy back if you if you're If you see on your network I was part of the area. Yeah no I've Seen Yoko K N con. I just haven't had time to watch Makoto. How does it feel watching it but does it bring it must bring back really powerful memories? It does us and we shoot sometimes like eighty hours worth of footage and edited down to forty two to forty eight minutes so it brings back a lot of memories of youth and things that you guys. Don't don't see on television of course Yoko her and I actually planted a tree together. I got the first sister. We planted that whole garden together and it was very very emotional scene They're just the whole show. Can't make you ball. Yeah so sometimes there'll be very emotional moments that some of us will have with our heroes that never make the cut for example Romo crates thing you know the the emotion Kerama Karama. Yeah I was saying. Everyone says it he is. He's gone through life Sadly having to like correct everyone on his name that guy There's nothing so sad to me about that guy or his how. He is so why he's able to see through people's the way he's able to connect with people that you all able to connect with people. There's I was. I was thinking about that that there's no way to act. Act that you know a cynic would probably say like. Oh well. They're being there actor. They're acting empathetic. But there's no way to like I don't think unless you're Daniel Day Lewis You guys are also genuinely empathetic and Karameh Garoppolo. Kerama fiesta forever. Okay Hey that's a good way to even though he doesn't say cromwell there it's a good way to rhyme it. That's how he always teaches people to say you know the song and you are Boby. It's exactly or in some countries. Booby Ya actually in Latin America. Is Bobby Bobby. So like I'll be done in America in Miami same thing Albee at starbucks and they're like what's your name. I'm like bobby and they're like what I'm like Bobby. And they're like Karl. I'm like. Hi Me I'm away and they're like Oh we're saying we're saying your name wrong. That's why couldn't understand you in South America. We that's speaks fluent your book. I've really a good accent. Just not a large amount of grammar in the first episode. We're talking about if by the way if you haven't seen the show some of this might be a little out of context. I'm going to try to contextualized some of the stuff stuff anthony in the Yoko episode Her name's Yokosuka and she works in a hospice. She converted her house her house into a hospice after her sister died. I would never have imagined that this show a show. Queer Eye Show that was. I thought just a remake of the show that I had been aware of would be so deeply existential existential. Yoko didn't think her sister died in a very lonely way. She died in hospital connected to tubes and Yoko didn't think that she deserved to really live and to acknowledge her value. She had. I don't know how to say it in Japanese. But there's a phrase over there where people women have given up on being you know woman. Yes where they've given up on taking care of themselves and and looking at themselves that's pretty and that's kind of where she was at called giving up on as on being a woman. IBM and yes. So she's not. She doesn't care about what she looks like and and her friend. WHO's nominated her? Who's also so sweet? She's she is actually one one of our Japanese producers mothers. And that's how we found. Yoko was was one of our producers Mom's friend Oh those are always the best stories. When there's some type of I know yeah where we were we when we really we really know a lot about well because there's a personal connection that's great about Jonathan's episode where he goes back to his high school yeah and his doozy a half? He misses duly. Oh my God okay Anthony in the in the yoga episode says why does kindness make me feel so emotional. They cut him at one point. And and that perfectly sums up how I feel about what. I'm Kinda wrestle with when I watched the show. I don't know why just seeing your kindness The kinds that you exhibit exhibit C watching people process your kindness and what it does for them. It is such a moving experience watching this. I think it's because you don't really see see that on TV anymore right especially feel like we see it in real life. We're also divided right now. Everyone's at each other's throats. There's no middle ground anymore. You know especially in this day and age of I think everything is politicized everything politics. Yes you're Republican or Democrat that so just to see. That has nothing to do with what we're doing. I think is kind of giving people hope the APP. That's the world that the world does exist outside of political affiliation and and that we are all so connected by our own damage you know. We're My friend Addison loves the show so much and she you are when I started when I told her I was interviewing her. You she said Oh He's my mvp in my favorite and she said it for a few reasons she said What you do changing somebody's space? So you're the design element of the show. Changing somebody comedy space can have such a profound impact a messy space as a reflection of how they often feel about themselves And she also also things that you are the least changed by fame. What do you think about that? I would agree. I mean I mean you can't really answer that because then you're saying that your friends have been changed. But but not changed I think just amplified. Yeah I think one of the differences I think you compare maybe Tannen. I more not them. We're all different but Tannen. I had businesses four. We had brands before. And this is just an extension of running a business. It's just now we do it on. TV Yeah we everybody knows that we are So I think that's why it hasn't changed us because we were running the fame just as if it was another aspect of our business. It's an extension of a pre existing identity to okay that's interesting. What was your business? What is really owned a design firm? He'll do on on my head retail stores around the US and it's called. What because I'm Bobby Burke? Oh by Bob home back then now. It's just Bobby Burke I have have furniture line that's in two three hundred stores here in the US. twenty-something stores in China Malaysia Vietnam Saudi Arabia Kuwait. So it's like a struggling startup. PIPEDREAM hype dream yet. You have definitely good luck but you. So what inspired you. Why did you want to do this? Was it at I was. It's like Oh that'll be a good good way to get my brand out there years ago when I had been approached to do other shows That's the way I looked at it like I did some stuff on. HDTV Bravo had talked to me at one point about doing Weena. A reality show about my company like say like maybe a Jeff Lewis Style show and the HD stuff. I did but everything else I always said. No To. When Queer came along long I did it because I I was really? My life was changed by the original Queer Eye Seen five gay guys. who were success? Yeah we're normal. Yeah who who are you. There were no gay people on you know there was will and grace. But Sean Hayes wasn't even out in real life yet and will's real name but He's actually he's actually gay. Yeah he's a phony phone it he but there were really no gay role models at all where they were caricatures. There was like Jim J. Bullock really in in Riley and we especially growing up in the middle of America. You're taught that people are bad about yourself. So for the first time seeing five successful you know well rounded for the most part guys who not only were out there helping people but also had successful businesses and careers of their own. It was it was inspiring. We'll see when I'm preface my interest in the show that way I I should have included the fact that I had. I hadn't seen the first Regina it's a very a different show. The original show really is more about the makeover thought. Yeah it's it's definitely more about the fashion and the food and he thought that's why the the tagline of our show is more than a makeover because our show we yes. We're five experts in our fields. But we're actually just using you know the fact that you're gonNA get your house redone to Trick Q.. Talking about totally. It's it's I I've been would keeps. Resonating is that it's as cheesy as as it sounds. It's a makeover for the soul is all it is and tricked me because I I went in thinking. It was going to be one thing if anything I thought the the conceit of a show like that. It seems kind of superficial to me that you're going to tell people that by changing their clothes and their hairstyle it's going to change their life and I would never have imagined that that I would be so engaged and moved by something like this but like you said it's almost like a Trojan horse Idea where you are. You're getting in there through one means. Yeah Yeah you're like. Oh you're going to get these new clothes coming into your house and especially for people who've never seen the show before like my God season one two we film them together. So no-one no-one on no one in season one to ever seen the show they might have seen the original But they had no no frame of reference of what was going to happen open to them so it it. It's gotten harder as the show has gotten more popular because a lot of our heroes have seen the kind of ready for exactly. They're ready like they. Some of them have in their mind how they WANNA be perceived on the show we have to go in and break that down as well taking a different direction because when how how long does it take eight to shoot It's an episode a week. So we're doing ten episodes. It's ten weeks that is true that day one day to demarcate. Yeah it really is really as a week so it's they are team except lasts less season. The schedule was all up and down but usually like the are back of House team goes in on a Monday films. All of the interviews with the hero and then we meet them on a Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday is when we have our quote Unquote Phil Trips. Just went like we'll go shopping. We call them field trips. Yeah and then Fridays reveal. It makes sense that there's so many hours filmed the stuff that you do because I would say of all of the jobs that that The cast asked has yours is probably the most labor intensive right. I mean you're transforming these environments. How daunting is that? How do you do it with so little time? Hi My an open game gay magic. That's what I thought I didn't want to be offensive and ask US yes twirling around and I've senior. Yeah and you wave your wand and you have a fabulous one I have an amazing team. I've worked with the same team almost every season. I'm even in Japan. I brought three of my. Oh really yeah we have to like. Yeah my we call them verticals. My vertical is time intensive it's labour-intensive there are literally thousands of items. Is that go into every episode and it takes a lot to manage all that on. There's a lot of planning. You said that the intention of the show changed at. What point did it change at? What point did did it become more about transplant? These little live really So we all went into it. Just you know assuming we're making queer for the strike. Yeah that's the only frame of reference we had in and the AH original producers who are still a part of the show definitely kind of had that mindset as well you know they wanted some modern changes but that was still direction no knocks to them you know. They had a very successful recipe recipe. Why would you A So we went into episode one. which was tom so at season wanted to? We filmed sixteen episodes at once. They all got intermingled between episode. First I wanted to but Tom our first episode that the world saw really was the very first episode. Shot okay So we went in and we were told you know go in and find everything wrong with with him and pick him apart and pick his house apart and we get in there and we just see this fragile broken man and we're just naturally you know being all pretty genuinely kind people we just. We couldn't stomach it and so we started trying to find everything great about him and building him up and we instantly before our eyes saw all this person changing and the the look in his eyes changing because no one had ever really built him up. No one had ever said anything good about him. Well it's incredible that you're able to go in. They're in chip away over the course of one week. I mean we didn't expect to be doing that anyways. It wasn't until again that first episode where we saw the change that happened in him that we were like As a group like this is I think we need to go. Yeah it still took a few episodes of kind of pushing back on the original format for us to eventually get our way. It makes sense that that is. There's a clear agenda to do that. I'm thinking of Wesleyan. Who had been in a gang? He shot he was paralyzed from the waist. Down and He makes this incredible turnaround and and has a brand new lease on life. But KOMO is able to sit down with the man who shot him now from producing standpoint. How do they do something like that? How do they get the Guy who shot this guy been in prison for six years Maurice? So that I know is not planned. Sometimes uh-huh producers have an idea on their mind what they want him to do with the the hero. He's very good about being like no. Oh they ultrasound. Actually I was going to do this If we go back to Jodi with the long blonde hair that she was the prison guard so I didn't see that one. She's she's She she had kind of lost almost like Yoko kind of lost her mo Jo. She didn't think she was pretty anymore. And she just like were men's clothing and Cammo yourself itself as a woman yeah Yeah Prison Guard. Yeah and she was from Amazonia Missouri and so the producers like we want you to take her on a photo shoot dude glamour up and make her like wonder woman and chrome. No actually I wanna sit her in a chair a circle of twenty other very diverse women and so that she can see you know what. There's not only one way to be a woman that you don't have to be this. Specific definition of a woman to still be a woman still feels like a woman how important so he's very good about changing directions and not that the producers ideas are bad right. It's he'll meet. This person would be like I I think this is what I need to do to really break them down because we only have a few day. That's the thing that can really see the way in. Just the fact that in Wesley's episode he addressed is that the mother had never been thanked for taking care of him for seven years and then and how important something as small again with Yoko. A hug how important that that is to just a and in the owner. I'm forgetting his name Makoto. Makoto Italian his wife that episode. It's called bringing that. Was that was insane. So when that conversation in that little Japanese room with like the paper doors and stuff him and his wife talking you know because they both of them thought they weren't love each other anymore and they just didn't communicate to realize that. Oh No we just both made that up in our head what they were too afraid to actually communicate and I was in the room but like just behind a door Olympic listening to that like tryon's and not screw up audio by balling while I was very powerful moment. Well I think that is such a universally universally relatable thing when you're not communicating. These simple truths like I love you to your partner. I just wish Kerama were around all the time. I wish I just wish which I had access to them. I can text him. He such a measured deep like calming voice and presence He's handsome but he's got like a soothing face face he's handsome but he's not too handsome kid has hamson. I call him Qarora. Oh Yeah. Yeah Haram on Oprah he is. There's something about but there's something about his physical presence that I think I can imagine gets stuff out of people He is really good at listening. Yes that's the thing like Some of us are uncomfortable with silence. He is not. He used the silence almost almost as a weapon. You know where a lot of times. It's their silence like we'll we'll start talking. I wear just go on. where he he will not? You know he won't. Let's silence. Let the awkwardness of one of our heroes. Not Wanting to talk. Just make him talk. Only he'll sit there and he'll be silent which then makes them uncomfortable inserts. They'll start filling the silence with truth with truth and start opening up because they're just they're so uncomfortable with the silence and he's all I can sit here all day I've met I've met people like that and I wish I were more like that. I wish I could do it. We hold on feels really uncomfortable. I in the mind body APP. 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There would be some stuff that was lost in translation no pun intended with the movie in Japan Lost in Translation. But we. We didn't think we'd be able to connect and very first day. Saint and they're talking to Yoko like I was just standing there looking in her eyes as our translator would translate what I would say and then what she would say and her and I would just stare at each other's eyes and literally. Just start Bali just looking at each other is being said well love and the emotion and the yeah the kindness in that woman's the vulnerability but she's so vulnerable the F. kindness sweet. It's the editing that is really seamless. It it looks so much like you guys know. Speak Japanese the point of that episode. They're like they add like this disclaimer. Glamor she was a maid. She had never been a translator. She's the translator and the and it says like how did how do you think we under understand Japanese in Jonathan then speaks Japanese and I'm like Holy Shit Jonathan's interpreting and they're like noticed that the interpreted but so much of the editing it's genius you know there's some shows does that keep the translation in but then our show our shows already only like forty two to forty eight minutes so if the translation was there it only be like twenty minutes really actually. So we'd be you like. Hey Yoko what's up and Lynnwood Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. And we're like wait. We didn't say all that she's actually you did like there's ask very specific ways. I have to be respectful in our language to to older people that it's very labour-intensive translates. Yeah he was phenomenal. Well she had never been a translator before and so she had no Perception in her mind how she needed to do it while just really was able to translate not only our words but our emotions sounds like when she would translate Jonathan. It was hilarious. 'cause she would literally translated and Jonathan's boys Japanese and we're like he is so outrageous right. How would he did so good? And it was funny Yoko episode we also thought that she was obsessed Szeswith Antony. Because there's a word I forget what it means. I think it means like that or something but its own Tony Tony. And she kept saying honey and honey the and so then let it would translate and it wouldn't be anything about aunt we're all like yeah. No you didn't translate. She's just talking about antibiotics. No no it's so it's funny. The words that we learned that sound like something else in England our first episode. We were like wait a minute. There's no way that's what she said she's talking about Antony. I can't believe they found such great stories in Japan of all places. I can't believe the Japanese people even watch the show we were. We were shocked. We were shocked that they were were so willing to open up to you know I'm I'm married. My husband's Vietnamese sixteen years. I mean it took to get him to open up. This is culturally different. Especially from somebody like I grew up in Midwest and the South Lake. Take nothing for us to open up. You know we yell and scream and then you know five minutes later. We're good. Well Yeah but it as a game and it must have been very hard to come to come out and the I I left home at fifteen. I didn't come out. I left because I knew that coming out. My hometown wasn't an option. I mean it was just to dangerous literally. Yeah I mean there's one kid that came out and some guys running off the road one night try to kill them. Just wasn't an option. I also I also knew that it wasn't an option to stay there in the closet because I probably would have just ended. Yeah moving away from home at fifty you and raised in a very Christian yeah very religious family very religious town which is why are they still they still live in that town and hunt. But they're definitely I mean I've I've changed their views Own Hunt I'm sure we'll win. Some they love. Yeah when they you know when you one actually knows a real life gay person you know like. That's one of the reasons why being on the show is so important because visibility people seeing us as real people and not just this caricature that they think of in their mind absolutely no and so being around on me seen me like hearing a difference of opinion because when you when you live in those places in America like the only opinions you hear our opinions exactly like your own like everybody. Everybody just has the same opinion Nolan Echo Japan. You know it's everyone is the same. Yes you only you know. It's actually very comparative to compare like Middle America Coulter to the culture in Japan. Where everything you're supposed to be the same and there's a lot of people that are different like me like Jonathan? We're the ones that are torment because we were different exactly exactly so with my parents. My Dad recently was I call. You know he's almost eighty year old cowboys. Do he goes my husband. My husband's name is dewey calls. Do you do that's affectionate or pejorative. Either way and so he was like Oh years because I was. I don't remember where I was. I wasn't home though he's like with you. I'm like no no no he's I. I think it was working in New York. And he's like. Oh well you know I I really like him you've got you've got a good one. He's he's like make sure that he comes home with you when you come home in December and I mean if you rewound twenty years ago I would've imagined that coming out of doubts mouth right and now you're able to have that effect not only on your your on strangers through across the world and yeah you know we get those stories all the time I got a I had a pastor slide into mediums. Listen I on the show anyway. And he said that he had always been taught growing up that being gay. Hey was an abomination. It was bad and we're going to hell and gave were horrible people and in turn. He taught that in his church. And he's like after watching your particular story. Talk talk about how every single day you were in the church me. You were a leader in the church. You you know lead prison worship. You were at Bible Study and Prayer Meeting every single morning before school and like I would literally cry and bawl every day for God to make me gay. He's like to hear that. You begged forgot to make you straight. Yeah you still aren't. He's like for the first time made me realize that being gay is not a choice song that it is natural that you were born that way. And he's like I will never teach that hate in my church get We've got you're doing it. You're doing megan rally stories like that over and over on casts from net flicks called. Because because I watched And one of the episodes is me reading the story of a young woman from Venezuela. She was so close to her father. Who is definitely a daddy's girl? She wasn't really close to her mother. And all of a sudden she was thrown into having to try to be close with her mother because her mother had passed She tells a story about while when she was a young teen she we went to a it was a I think it was And there was this boy there who had on like pink shoes and a matching pink bowtie dancing gene with all the girls and as an adult. You I'm reading the story and I'm like Oh he was gay You know as a thirty year old girl. She didn't think of that she just I forget his name Ricardo. Ardo she's like I just thought of Ricardo's fabulous guy. He was like one of the girls in that I loved and she's like my mom who had always been supportive of any friend I had instantly said I don't like that boy he's weird. They had a conversation as an older woman in life that talking about gays adopting kids and her mom said head. That's weird and she was like. There's that word again. And she's like at that moment. I realized what my mom had meant. You know a decade ago about Ricardo that Oh it was. She had a problem with him being gay problem she had. She said her mom. She's like mom but with all the homeless issues with children. Don't you think it would be better for kids to he raised by I. Parents loving parents no matter what sexual sexual orientation they are then to be homeless and her mom goes. I think it's better that a child behove us then to be raised by eight gays and so years later queer eye came out and one of the few things her mom and her had connected over. The years was was reality the television and so she reluctantly told her mom about queer eye. And she's my mom. It's it's a makeover show. She played down the fact that it was about gay guys And she's just go moments and makeover over show you'll like it and she's like I didn't think my mom would watch it but she did. Eddie completely changed their relationship and she said her mom called her which her her mom never spoke on the phone. Like I'm always text. But they never spoke and so when she saw her mom calling. She's like thought something was wrong but the first thing she said was like I watched queer. And Oh my God. They're so amazing. And she's like and through the conversation she said it made me realize that case would be amazing parents to watch how kind they were especially to people who are going through hard times heart issues and to see how loving and compassionate they are it makes me realize that gays should be parents. Parents gays would make amazing parents and from watching it. She's now has no problem with gay people. She's executive gay people and it's also opened up doors for her and her mother to talk about other things like abortion and a woman's right to choose where before like that was not especially you know Venezuela it's very Catholic so it's just like you just just don't talk about those things and so it's completely changed her mother and hers relationship. It's amazing that this is after years of Indoctrinating being indoctrinated doctrine needed to think of different ways. I have compassion for her. I you know I because and for people in my life that were raised similarly. I mean I. I grew up in the middle middle of the type of environment and that word of Christian environment. I grew up hating myself because I was taught to hate gay people. So in in fact if you're gay and and you're taught to hate that type of person you hate yourself so I can. I don't judge or hate the people that feel that way because I know why they do and just like my parents they were program. Am to fill that way. But then when they were shown a different opinion they were actually shown truth they were actually sewn gay people in real life. Yeah it opens your mind. They realized that Oh the way I was thinking was wrong but I just I didn't think for myself it's interesting that used the word weird that her mother Venezuelan. She would use this word to denote something. Something bad Because I remember thinking when I was a kid the idea of two men holding hands kissing touching and any sort of amherst wait was weird a year I did as well yeah. What's weird is that I guess watching the show I'm still as as woke and progressive is? I think I am as a forty one year old. Who most the most of my friends are gay? I I prefer Gabi but I but as you've had such loving relationships with with with gay people that I still. I'm I'm sure there's still a part of me. That is like does somewhere deep down. Think there's a weird elements so we see this day. You know if we're in in another country I am reserved. I am There's still a sense of shame that is ingrained in me from mm-hmm how I was raised. That will probably never go away like these self hate and the shame that gay people have because we were raised to feel that way I don't think ever really fully goes away so there are still times I'll be in environments where I know I'm around people that feel that way I should not allow that to dictate how I who I am. Interact with people around me but I still do because I. I think it's because I'm very sensitive to the airfield uh-huh and I shouldn't be but I also know that pushing something in someone's face and making them uncomfortable is never going to change them either. That's true and it's the byproduct of being an empath which seemed deeply empathetic. So then in a weird way. You're like wow. I don't want them to feel weird about my. Yeah I don't think is weird but I feel weird and uncomfortable because I'm who I am. I know it doesn't make sense but but it does And now what's beautiful about the show and other things that it's it's helping helping create this whole new generation of people who will not have a shred of that you know they're being raised in a world where you guys are heroic and when I say you guys I mean the five five of you are these heroic beautiful empathetic creatures that arch changing the way people think and the intolerances. Once you got to New York you left you left with one hundred dollars in your pocket. You Lift Denver. You went from Missouri to Denver and eventually to New York City. I I heard that you is that true one hundred dollars and you had three months rent saved up one hundred bucks leftover when you went to New York New York. And what were your intentions than I didn't really have any honestly I just. I knew that's where I needed to be I had went to visit a friend and I ended up meeting somebody and fall in love and it was oddly. I I had chatted with this person online when I lived in Denver. WHOA and no intention of meeting them in New York and was at a club and was walking through the club and somebody ran into me and our drinks spillage over each other and I looked up and it was him my time? It was. What are you doing at the cock? Yeah it was the web. Actually it was it was like Oh my God this is meant to be and I. I was probably nineteen twenty. Maybe Oh my God ride from New York again. 'cause it was something like casually chatted with like it wasn't weird there was no intention of ever meeting would kinda suspicious that like what he had no idea. It was there and so fell madly in love very quickly very hot and heavy. Like I'd never I'd never had a relationship like that before and I was still very young so I started coming to New York every other weekend. to visit him and that I fell in love with the city. And I'm like yeah. This is where I need to be like. I've never been to a place that everyone is diverse. They're so different everyone. It's it's cool to be different yes And so I that relationship did not last um it actually ended before I even moved. 'cause I plan on moving their to live with him with a relationship with New York lasted. Yeah but but in in during that I fell in love with the city to head to go I actually we. We still randomly talk from him recently. So so I fell in love with the city. And I'm like this I need to be and I was just going to go get a job as a server but I I couldn't. Apparently you had to have New York City experienced jogging server. Yeah and so. I ended up discontinuing in retail like I don visit design manager at restoration hardware and then you rose to be creative director of Portico Sham probably took years. And I'm I'm completely distilling simple way but I'm actually happen pretty quickly It was it was a company that sadly was Ardi on its decline filed bankruptcy and so there was I I got to leapfrog positions because they were having troubles But it's IT'S I. I built up their e commerce division and their spot division which was another height hotels and The eventually bankruptcy got the best of them and we went under and I had I cloned the ECOMMERCE division. I built for them. And I quickly registered Bobby COMBE DOT COM host. And I'm like maybe I'll sell a couple of sofas while I look for another job. Oh my AK- more than a few holy Shit I'll say and is it. Is it when you're in space when you're in your own home. Is it difficult for you to keep you keep redecorating. No WOAH. Find that I never even never decorate my own. We bought our house last December. And we've I've been meaning to do a massive renovation and they if you do an episode about I've also I think I've been home maybe two months in the last year and a half now So it oh. I only recently like ordered furniture for our bedroom because I couldn't come home and like seeing see it just like a bed with board or do frustrated by that. I mean he's always gone too much like he. Luckily can he goes goes with me a lot He's a he's a surgeon but he's he doesn't work as many days a week now. Who worked two days a week? So he'll fly fly wherever I'm filming on like a Friday night and then go back here to La on a Tuesday night and then Wednesday Thursday Friday at the his Office when you're in a space now somebody else's house do you get immediately media uncomfortable. Do you see like like. We think that they're like Oh. I'm so scared to have you at my alley no I. I'm actually not a judgmental person like Dad's hair you know. I couldn't care less I. I was in Saigon last week and we went to a French restaurant. And it's like seven amazing restaurants in Saigon. Just just open this. When he's and the funny thing is I just met him like Friends of mine took me to his restaurant and I walk in and he goes like he was a huge fan of the show? Like go my God. I've DMZ before you responded to me we're like we became quick friends like that amazing chef seven restaurants. And so you guys have to come to my other restaurant tomorrow night. And he's like Oh God now I'm terrified like just built this one. I'm terrified of what you will. Thank you gotta like. It was beautiful. But he's thought I would be judgmental mental and pick it apart. I'm like change was. I moved a lamp shades. Where you couldn't see the scene and that was that's the kind of stuff that drives is see I? It's it's true beaten that being non judgmental so very important part of the show. Not that I think about. In fact there are there are moments in Makotot's bring sexy back re says he says in his own way his own very sweet Japanese way. I'm afraid so tha Tan. I think I'm afraid of you. Judging me I think it's that episode and Tan Very you know Very gingerly has to say I. I'm not sure these people that he's not. I'm not going to judge you not here to judge you you know. They're in Enga- culture. Historically our culture has been one of a kind of picking each other apart. Yeah Often using humor to do. It's yeah we often use humor as a defense mechanism. Because we've been so bullied that you just start to use humor as a defenseman start using that. Oh you know making you can find somebody you can give it back. So you're just it's become kind of part of our culture funny like Oh bitch you look like shit that was definitely part of the original show and we. The five of us very consciously decided that you know we will not glorify this part of our culture will. We will be the ones to try to stop the cycle of it being okay to like Harry each other down yourself feel better about yourself because what you learned when you build other people up and they feel better about themselves it makes you feel a better ourselves and if we all just build each other up all the time could you imagine how different our society in our world would be. That could be a model of. It's not very catchy in sync. That could be a motto of show. I mean that's how I you perfectly describe the power of the show. I think once people feel safe reveals aspects of their true personality in macos case. It's incredible incredible. What comes out of this guy and puts them in these clothes that in fact he puts he hasn't been a pink shirt and then he puts like a green kind of Drab Olive Cardi over it just to he's like we don't want I love his accident? I wish I could do it. He's I take it is fake. He's from he's from Missouri. It was so funny when the show first came out there were so many British British people who were making comments like Tans Not British. That's his accent upfront. It's very very Scotia show to go to is it. Yours was just now lives in the states for the last ten years so his. It's funny when he goes back to the UK like when we've been impressed with her. When I hear him on British show at a completely different funding and so people are like why is he really British accent? He's like yeah guys you know I just. I decided that being British conditions would set me apart. I I did it and then on my crap I got the show I keep this up. 'cause better get a burger you know and love it when he does this American valley girl. America's commitment is adorable. But I I love He. He becomes a different person when we are back in the UK. Okay he said it was very back into like very British catchphrases and some answer. Like what are you talking. That's really funny talking about I just want but yeah he's despite the people we've been around that are like I can't understand a word Tan says and I'm like what's Yeah I'm like I can understand him better than the rest of us. Yeah I know I know something else I was going to say about ten anyway. Oh he puts the drab sweater over the guy and the guy in tans point is I want commuted a little bit I I am trying it still a Scottish Sola much with the pink and Nico- Ah I WANNA take it off and you guys create a safe space that allows people to express themselves. It's that's so interesting. What you said about making a conscientious decision to move away from that judgment? That's really interesting. You know again it. It kind of happened to ferry beginning episode where resolve. HOW Building Tom? I'm up instead of breaking him. Down had instead change in the way he carries himself the way he spoke about himself. But that seems like it comes fairly natural to all of you guys. None of you seem like judgmental. People Really I mean I'm sure it's I mean we. We all have our of course. I definitely think that this show has also helped us and change us to be even less judgmental. I Bet Yeah because we've seen the power of it there's definitely still judgment and playful unlike your home. Yeah for that. I remembered a episode. Corey the COP and season one. Yeah that was still an episode in which some of the original producers were still pushing us to be more outrage. Were outrageous like you need to be going in there. I remember there was a moment where we're kind of getting brimmed out. What if you need to be going in there and rip in that house apart while how could about how ugly it is? And you know ripping his clothes apart and talking about what a mess and a Slob us and we were just like you know that home may not be my taste. His wife has clearly put tender loving care in making her home a home and it's beautiful beautiful and I'm not going to go in and and rip apart just for dramatic effect on the show and if you're going with that energy that people are going to be so much receptive absolutely. You're I'm not going to open up more of themselves. Because they're going to be so afraid that we're gonNA pick that apart. And that turned out to be the real beauty of the shows that and then and again this was not a knock original producers again. They had a very phenomenal recipe. Highly Emmy winning successful before it went on for seasons and seasons seasons so it just took a few episodes for them to be like. Oh I get what you're doing now. I completely agree with you. I think this works way more for this age than you know I. If we had had went with that original way wouldn't would not have been successful which is higher totally which is not to take at for the time it was. I recently About a year ago at this point came under a lot of fire because he said that the original queer eye was more groundbreaking than ours and people got so upset with whom and I actually came to him his defense like the original or groundbreaking. Ours I show with real live gay people you know where people actually were able to see gays as just people absolutely was more ground for sure on our show. Any gay person on television for that matter owes a lot to the top five because they were really trailblazers and pave the way for us to even be able to have this show If you had to switch places with someone on queer eye who switched uh-huh not the person themselves who's often talked about jobs are very last episode whenever that may be like mixing it up. Yes yeah like Pizarro episode. I'll probably I think both switch you like to cook. I love to cook. I I think that you know because I couldn't do here I just I can't My my little sister used to get so annoyed with me because she'd want me to her hair when she came to visit. And I'm like that's not me. I'm not I'm not that game. I'd like that type of not me. I'm not I don't like to shop fashion. I really couldn't care less about. I'm like screw up. You're got a SEC. What do you mean style her hair and she's like did you? Do your dream sweetheart Again how did you meet do we do. We do Do we do. Do we go. How did you meet we met online? Oh yeah on. Gay Dot Com. That's why not I. It was like the you know there is like a well instant messenger chat rooms dot com. It's kind of like that but just for gay people that's so We met He was back here in La for the summer between in Dental School and med school. Because you know that's what one does they get two different medical degrees. overachiever do we. And so ah we've chatted and exchange exchange numbers. He came to New York for Med school in Brandon Lee. I got some texts from him and I didn't either really remember who it was. We we had an impression that may that was fifteen years ago almost extent so around that time I mean just take me through that like just briefly the evolution of your parents acceptance acceptance of that from you. I know how it ends. It ends with your father saying yeah like that guys you bring right but how did it begin. I mean what was the beginning. I think probably there the first just like cracking their show was an exit mine from Denver because he was very nice very kind very normal guy. Yeah and they had never ever seen a gay relationship. They didn't know what a gay relationship with about so to see my relationship with Phil and see that normal more healthier than my sister's relationships with with men right I think that was especially my mom because she came to visit in Colorado and it went well so I think that was kind of the first crack in their shell was. Oh Oh his Gabriel. He knows he's not out when craziness like we're all thought that gay people. Yeah like doing crystal Meth. I'll quote Joe Biden even though it was such a cringe-worthy foam at the HRC townhall that. It was a month or two ago where they brought in all the presidential candidates democratic credit candidates and it was all about equality and his God uncle joe his his last comment was says you know what being gay is normal. It's normal people just need to realize it's normal you know gays aren't up there in San Francisco had doing drugs and having sex and bath. Houses is and we were like literally goes. Thank you Mr Vice President. Paul many ways there was so much attention. But only there's so many moments biden has his handlers are like bub-bubba but the thing is that's true Yeah it really is a mindset that we have and so I think and true of his generation absolutely we you know when he's he's my parents generation via I think him and my him. And my dad are the same age A few years different. Yeah and so for them just to see that. My relationship hip with Philip was was no different than my sister's with with her husband. And actually better. Yeah Yeah I think it was the first crack in their shell and then just issue no visibility building. They're taught that gay people are just sex crazed drug crazed You know diseased Karai praised drug right. Yeah it's a see that Oh that that's not not the case where they're just. They're just like everybody their husband. Well others fathers you. You know well the the narrative aides went through that filter to which was I think a huge I mean talk about damaging to a narrative. If you could give your kids south one piece of you look back at bobby the one who so ashamed and was really tormented. self-loathing what what what would you tell L. Yourself I mean just to not give a damn what other people think you know until for you to be yourself but I realized realizing that being different is great when you're not working. What is your favorite thing to do what what relaxes you Outside of three doesn't compute. We're not working. I sorry. I should preface. There's a thing called today. I'm not working. Okay so podcasts. The time but I had multiple meetings more gas. Well thanks yeah. It's back into town last night from working in New York and I came from Vietnam Vietnam from working there I got in last night and then I had this today in the League in Tomorrow Shit. We'll finish this weekend. I'm going to mammoth L. Cool. Yeah yeah so we're cool. I have a very gay. No kidding out nothing for like and actually you have no. Oh I don't like you not see Gus Kenworthy and these were very short questions. Quick Questions What is your most commonly used Emoji? Your go-to probably like the kiss face. Yup Yup and you is. He's a lot of emojis. Because in text via email things can be misconstrued. The things can be Tone yeah exactly using emojis. It's exactly what it's called. Motion like people always know what. I'm saying via text Texaco emojis. Some people might say I use emojis like a thirteen year old girl. But I'm like yes. You know what I said. If you could be a professional athlete what sport would you play to to follow sports at all no no nor will. I can't say that I did no I don't I don't do the ball. Did you WANNA play. When you're Oh yeah? I played baseball basketball. Aw because you're you're you're athletic The funny thing is I was. I was not athletic as a child but oddly I'm I am as an adult now as an adult tried more for sports and I'm like like I should've maybe helping the world so my my issue issue was sports when I was younger was again. I was different And so I was always treated horribly on the teams and I was always an outsider and I was never accepted apted even though as a child like I wasn't gay right kids. See since you were different and they will instantly ostracize you. Yeah how did lead that. You weren't gay quote unquote. I didn't I didn't know you know what gay was you. Didn't I only knew. How are you feeling new? Gay was based on it. Was this horrible. Thing that that the pastor. We're talking about something that you know. But I still didn't know that was me and it wasn't until I would say. Nah maybe eighth grader intern. Probably ninth grade where we finally got the Internet every go. I was like well what I like. What was I crush? Well who do you remember. It was their celebrity or like a moment remarking Mark Marquis Marta. Yeah Yeah Calvin Klein Ad. Yeah that was straight peep it made straight people gay. What is your favorite movie of all time too long? Thanks for everything new. Yeah No of course. uh-huh it's basically an episode of Queer. It's they go into three people building each other up these two older drag Queens taking on this younger one telling them everything next grade about them and then ending up in this little town and teaching this town that people that are different are great and teaching. This town had a love themselves. Totally communicate indicate with themselves. Yeah I hadn't thought about it until I resold again recently. And there's a scene where the townfolk or down and they're having their red hot and wild strawberry festival and they're all dressed up in the town it's crazy in the town had just come to the defense of the drag Queens because this cop was looking for that And they were like they looked at each other and the like you know what sometimes it just takes a fairy. That's kind of an episode again. Another good motto is talking about Trojan Horse Getting mainstream movie with Wesley Snipes and Patrick as drag rat queens. It's it's literally one of the best movies ever just for those like that. You would think of as extreme toxic masculine. Yeah yeah from roadhouse too long to see how well I mean it. Sort of Gotten Oscars Oscar you. They got somebody who's just e got you on the show. I knew he got you learned. It was a judge mental way. Well Oh no I think I learned it from Chrissy Teigen. We were She wanted us to come on. She was lamenting John Legend on having one so she looks like she wanted us to come and came out like we were meeting for the first time and then we were talking. She was talking about John and she was like yeah. You know I have to film during the emmys tomorrow night. But I'm I'm gonNA take an hour to run to the emmys because he might Z.. Guide and he'll be the youngest person to God and I think it was. Anthony was like actually no. There's another person that's up for as well. He'll be the youngest do. Yeah I had to call John and read that his face. I'm like you guys are the cutest for your success successful when you're rubbing something like that. Ah So free cute. What is your favorite snack food of all time you smoke weed? No the funny thing is everyone thinks. I'm such a pothead. I've been watching queer eye because I always make the we jokes. Oh they're just they're like nobody else to get nobody else really. I'd like I don't like low-hanging exactly. This is an easy to Now I So you don't get. Do you ever get like really snacky In this while we were filming season. Five like it it it can be a lot. Our show imagine emotional. It is what you're seeing. It's even more emotional and relies light so there are moments where I'm just like I don't know how to get through this and Jonathan. Jonathan is very vocal about how much potty smokes. He's love spot so I was like. Maybe that's how Jonathan's getting through this is so we came home for the for one day here. I got to come home one day during filming season five ride and I was like and so I went to a dispensary. It's everywhere yeah and then I went back to Philly and before going into work I smoked up and could not function and I just I took like two hits and I was just like Oh my God people on the show. I know I was like all right. It's even I was like all right. Well maybe you know. Maybe it's just something that I should like tickets to go to sleep totally. I hear people use it all the time so I hope and go to sleep so I did that and then I was still like I was taking a shower in the middle of the a shower. I got so high and I had soap in my eyes and I couldn't figure out like a shower in the shower in the bathroom and places in Philly was like these like this little look glass boxes and I'm like Oh God I can't break the shower thing and I'm like all right. No smoke before I go to bed either. Maybe it's not for you. It's not I would say. Yeah the idea of smoking before going into one of those emotional situations on the show with Aggie me up I love. We didn't but that would be a full blown meltdown. Panic attack What if you had a snack food when you do get snacky? I love a good Parmesan Chris. Maha CARB free That'd be like Anthony. I think is into cheeses and stuff. Yeah Yeah I love Jesus but Jesus will pack the pounds right. I'm he's aware or committed to to work in. I work Out But he'll like he'll work out and he'll do cardio like I'm still like I'm still not done with the cardio just decided to eat better so you lose the weight. Instead of forcing I see myself goes on way it It's amazing. Yeah if you could live somewhere else where would it be Japan China Vietnam. Yeah Brazil although Brazil right now same crazy mess that we are If you have dinner with three people dead or alive whom you've never met three can be to Michelle and Barack and shown Barack Obama today show Krummel. Krummel got to meet him and he wore one of my suits when he met him. And I've it went in plastic. Never worn and again. It sounds like you're just trying to scrape the DNA. The funny thing is I've never I grew up in a in a culture and and that we weren't really allowed to watch. TV weren't allowed to listen to secular music. Watch movies so I didn't grow up ever really been a fan of anyone and it's still to stay. I'm I'm not like I never know who anyone is in Hollywood. It's always can be sometimes. I'm comfortable because I'm like I don't know who you are but I'm like I'm of the. It says a lot about somebody who is famous and who you don't know it says a lot about them. How they handle that situation so I think it's kind of like A? I don't know I think it's a nice thing and your meeting people at face value to that I love it when Yeah Yeah. I know that they're truly honestly metoo talking to me because they won't. Who's your favorite muppet My Book Oh beaker because Yes yes speakers. My favorite too. Yeah I've been lucky the very high. That's like that's like if beaker inhaled. Helium actually pretty much sounds. Yeah that's pretty spot on. I wasn't doc. I mean to be judgmental if you have one superpower what would it be flying I think Yeah you in Mira Sorvino. Hey you can fly around again. I can show you the world shining China splendid. Okay we get as thus in how art all new clothes. You're Ri- with new fantastic fantastic. I saw the original allowed in for the first time in probably will be twenty years the actual person no the animated movie allowed in my Godson was there during the holidays. And we just put it on and I realized. Could I sing that song all all the time but I realized how much I actually don't know the way I thought for song routine almost always in my head not always but like a lot. Yeah but I think wow I. I don't know that but I I never know the words to anything always make up my own words to song like it never never makes the cut because obviously Netflix isn't going to pay for them right. But I'm always remixing songs and the guys are always laughing because there's usually always they're very dirty. It's the best way to go. If you eh one age for the rest of your life physically what would you pick actually kind of happy with the way. Right right yeah. That's a pretty good teens. Awkward Twenties Early Thirties. Okay Yeah I totally thirty eighth. Great great great if you could be one reincarnated as a non human animal. Would you pick maybe a mere cat. Oh cool yeah just so cute. Yeah Yeah God damn there to the north but cats only live up north Cole Academy Zoos up you Betcha is that Missouri no stake Minnesota North Dakota and you know up there in Canada. Oh Yeah you should go there I can. We can do a lot of fun episode so Canada or they're you know they're pretty liberal there. I don't know what we They're not as they're always like. Oh you come to Canada and we're like hey you should come down here to help us out Beatles or the rolling stones if you had to pick one Again I didn't grow up with with music. I mean I grew up but like hymnals and so I don't We were the what I think. It was our first press tour second to press tour. We were standing at thirty rock waiting to go on. And this guy I walk up. And he's like Oh my God I am such a Fan. My wife is such a fan. She is GonNa Freak out. Can I get a Selfie with you guys. Of course you take a picture and then you know he's runs away and I was like to produce that and she laughed no seriously who is that. It's just like Bon. Jovi get out of here and I was like the cool. I looked at him like I know. He's somebody like that failed to work. I just I yeah yeah especially like nine thousand nine hundred ninety before no conde have who anyone is like an and to this day. Like I'm good friends with Betty who and and I had no idea like so many of her songs that I loved. I didn't know it was her really quick final. Do you still have religion now. Is that part of your life. No so so so in terms of the afterlife has radically changed the way you see the rest of my you know I don I definitely do not see the afterlife. In the way that add religion does. Yeah Yeah I don't I don't really know what you know. I don't none of us do right Do I think we we go up to Something place in the sky. We're we're Nice. No Do I think we go learn burning a pit of fire for eternity. No no calm I. I almost believe in reincarnation more than anything else you as you know when I When I was little like three my parents said that I used to always tell people that I was twenty before I was born? We are there like you had this whole story. Almost like I was twenty any of my past life and twenty and came back as me so cool interesting I also I definitely feel like I was Chinese when I go. I feel it home. Get there and I'm like God. I was absolutely Chinese in my life because I just think it's funny. The very first time I went there we landed then I was like God I feel like I'm home. Yeah well I I can't thank you enough this has been I did. Your show has had a profound effect on me and I know I speak for many people when when I say that. So thanks for coming on and of course the budget thanks charity cool and so that had happened pinch who boy. I mean one of the more Enlightening I would say conversations. I've had on the show. I can't believe you didn't tell him. Ah that you like to show. How many did I mentioned? You told me how much you just told. The I talked about it. Well why wouldn't you. I should've I should've mentioned it at least once. Oh my God it is though isn't it. I mean it is but I say it a lot I know you do. Yeah but I I like I wanted to tell him it. So it's good for the world it is you do. It was very gusty though. Yeah gross no it was. It was a justified. It wasn't like it wasn't phony. That's the thing I know how much you enjoy the show. So wasn't it would have been you know because when I was watching I was also I kept trying to take mental notes of moments. Were just too many of them. One will replace the last one in such so immediately that like it's hard to even keep track of all of these moving moments of the show. Yeah and if you watch the show I think you'll well I. I would say you watched the show than the I thirty or so minutes of that interview will make a lot more sense because you talk about a lot of specific things from the season. I know I won't really make sense if you haven't seen it but that's any if you are intrigued by what you heard and you want to see it hopefully and inside that inside baseball talk will motivate you to see you. Yeah didn't bore you. Because I I guess what we could have been given a disclaimer before the show and said if you haven't seen look at least one or two episodes of the show you should maybe watched that before you listen to the first thirty minutes. I think a lot of people have seen the show so I very popular show I looked up. They have huge followings on just on instagram. You can tell how much people like. Yeah I thought it was very interesting. How the producers? I wanted to kind of a carbon copy of the original. Yes makes sense is exceedingly successful fitting broke but Those guys to their credit has had more sympathy and empathy. Yeah and they sort of organically remove the show in a different direction which I very impressive and speaks to them an important which I think is maybe the ten th time. I've said that were but but that to me is what would have turned me off a show like like queer. Well that's what he talks about. He says that Calling it queer eye now. Yeah even though. They're kind of stuck with the name. Name it really does a disservice to the show. It's pretty misleading. Not only because it makes people think of the first incarnation of the show which is so different like we said but also because if you're at all kind of person who is would be reluctant to watch a show called queer eye if you're from a certain part of the country then in you're gonna be missing out on something that is you'll probably really enjoy right whereas if it were called five five five people helping other people and that's not a very good. You're not going to naming things. I'm trying to give a name that that it didn't elude to their Queer Quinonez say if the life changers. That's good. Oh yeah soul makeover. That's good anyway. It didn't allude to their gender or their sexuality. Anything like that and it just happened to be these five guys and they happen to be right because that's kind of what the show is over. Now the show is has very very little to do with the fact that there which is why it's interesting they call it straight. It's not it's not clear is pretty straight for for anybody in fact. Sometimes it's queer eye for the other Queer Guy. Hi You have a hard time pronouncing Koroma's name all Tiro Kerama Karama Kurama. And he tells me it's Kerama didn't you have been calling him ankerium. Oh I did even in the No. No but I'm saying before you were corrected. Oh Yeah I know. I know that's how you pronounce it but you've been saying Karema Carimo and I think it's because I think I know why I think it might be. What do you think what do you think Well I think it's because he is a caramel color skin. No I know. Well maybe I don't know how your brain works. It seems like it would suit him. CARAMEL CARAMEL I. I was GONNA say I'm seeing a good way. I know I know I was. I was probably care no but I was thinking so different. And what were you thinking. Brothers Karamazov search or that. Care Care. Matt's up maybe I should have taken credit for that I should like yes. That's why I'm really funny. Dostoevsky right I think so yeah brothers. Paramount tolstoy now. It's such idiots. Well not really. We know there's nothing New Year we should start reading reading. You're talking about how impressive he is. And how body was saying that it's because he ah comfortable silence and he's a great listener and I was never able to put my finger on what made him so impressive. And that's exactly what it is. It's that he's he's able to sit in silence and just like listen and wait for something to happen. I'm really bad at that I am too. I'm very I'm even even bad at that with people. I'm really generally very comfortable with. I still like filling the air. I don't know if that can be fixed in a person to me. At least that seems like a characteristic. That's so ingrained in me very hard time change. It might be something like could I wish I could do but but you know people kick all sorts of things like if they see if you can stop drinking or doing drugs. Maybe it's just a matter of confronting those silences and made a very conscious effort to sit in silence. Yeah I'm going to do well. I tried it on the show. And then you remember that People yeah and it's not about my own personal growth about people's entertainment detainment. Both you know I now that I maybe I'm telling myself I can sit in silence with people. I'm comfortable with but when it comes to like I don't know. Oh yeah that's that's a good family member ten minutes in silence. We don't know someone who is a long time long time. If I didn't say this already I meant to lead lead with this. That he is incredibly clear with his thoughts he was. He's a very clear. Communicator Bobby yes. He's very deliberate with with his words. Unlike what we're doing here there there was very little fluff when you when you ask a question. I never found myself thinking. I wonder where he's going or not really making a point like land the ship. He makes clear point. Well I think you would have to uh I think part of what makes him. Impressive job is that he makes incredible. He's able to make these decisions. He's very decisive about how to use a space. Because they do it with it has so little time to transform these environments. So I think you would have to really be clear about what you think is looks good and is going to work and I have a really hard time. I do a lot of hemming and hauling when even even the simplest redesigning I do in my spaces redesigning design redesign. What sounded weird about that sentence? Yeah you have to design before redesign it. Also impressive that he doesn't hate bigoted people because he yeah. He grew grew up around a lot of their Andrew. Standing very understanding Larry sympathetic. Yeah not sympathetic. Yeah I at one point. You said that most in your friends are gay in an attempt to via like woke as possible or like the. What's the word A AH when you want to get close to somebody phony. Oh I know you do you do about not just send like one of them. Doug Silsbee yeah you you have out doug now I'm kidding I'm kidding to know no but I would say most of your friends are straight if I if I guess we think yeah I would say seventy five percent of your friends or straight. Yeah I Kosovo. I guess you're right. I guess you're right. I actually. You're right in fact you still have a high I would say you have percentage of gay friends than percentage of KP. Remember Liz Aaron and Austin a lot of a lot of lesbian is you remember. We talked Queer Queer guys. We're mouth that's very well we're talking. I'm thinking of queer eye not for the straight guy. Yeah which off men. It's not queer guy it's queer eye you know they are your eyes show with five Dave Lesbians. Yeah he shames. Your impression of Tan was to Scottish. I don't know that you tried again and it was still constructed. It's sort of like it was always to front to Liverpudlian it. I it's not. It's not like that and you know it's I don't know ooh that's Scottish. What my doing but then his beaker impression was too hot? You high impressive that he could be doing. I know it's good. Yeah I know he's very confident. Yeah again you have to be you. Don't get to the ten year is without confidence. No now even if I did have queer is there's no way they'd be in that group of impressive and his husband's name Dewey Dough which is the best name ever heard. Yeah you were mad that I didn't talk about it. Yeah but I'm glad you said who gets to medical degrees do. Does we do not to do a do a female like him. I like a good Parmesan crisp to two. Oh Yeah I like Asia like him and I like Baker like him. Yes that's right you've launched him fish o'hare you both have facial hair now he does. He's got a beard. Beard is better though his so I just looked at the sides I at first I was just looking straight down the barrel and your goatee would be you better because you could just because it's Harrier sets it's more like unruly but his is. Yeah of course. He's course well he's designed in guy. Five of those guys are so much more impressive than I mean. Do you think that you've had a gear moment in the last decade Advan. When you sang the Aladdin do it with him? I'm just glad it wasn't filmed because if you've seen the excitement on my face oh I would've I pictured. Yeah but it is weird that that song. I wasn't exaggerating. I'm exaggerating when I say it's always in my head is but it's often ways as is often it's often a go off in your head. That's really annoying. They always get we start whistling. Yeah we let me think Now Oh no no. It's it's the police got now. You can't remember weird easy. That is strange. Yeah it's always in my head now when it has to be. That's good well. Maybe that's the way to break it. Oh my in the twenty twenty S. I'll stop singing that and it only took thirty years. That's so weird. You WanNa read a letter. Yeah okay this is from Steve. L. Subject brothers and best friends. Hey brothers long. I've been listening to your podcast. Since the beginning and the part I love more than the interviews listening to the two of you before and after your interaction and obvious respect for each other Mislead has made me reach out to my oldest brother who lives four thousand kilometers four provinces away Canadians Eighty and God. I love him. We have not always the best relationships and went aren't too had passed away in the summer of two thousand sixteen. We'd a lot to deal with. And sometimes we'd go weeks without talking tweets other but after listening to the viewer. I realized that a sibling who you can count on and rely on to cherish. So I've been making an effort to talk to him more. That is really cool and help out with my mom who lives in the same city. Assume we're also planning a weekend away in Whistler British Columbia to reconnect and quote clear the air. So thank you Steve Waugh. Thank you Steven. There's probably no better way to no better place to clear the air than Whistler. I've always wanted to go British Columbia. I'm not a good skier but happy so cool to ski up there. I've never been there either I'm so glad Steve. That is one of the nicest. That's that's really gotten and now I feel bad for shaming you so I know for saying But but I do love and respect next. I just don't carry it away. But it's of course respect but it's you know it's also like you're right in the sense that I don't have to keep obvious that that's nice Mhm to say that something like that so anyway thank you Stephen I'm wishing you luck in Whistler. I really hope because there's nothing better than siblings. So Oh okay well. That's the that's the show. Thanks Bobby Burke. Oh Yeah I feel like those guys are sort of his siblings. I know and thank you to the audience For sticking with us in two thousand twenty. Yeah we have a lot of fun shows unless it's your first show unless your resolution was to listen to podcasts and welcome yeah hopefully Leo stick with us throughout two thousand twenty and if you guys want to write in if you want to be the `seve our email address is life is short at one. Very Dot Com when we love hearing from you and again happy. Twenty twenty and welcome to a new decade. Could be a dream life. Good good being. Life is short is hosted by me. Justin long AIDS produced by Christian long along and Megan Monaco. Our senior producer is Michelle. Bich- lands the Audio Engineer. Sergio in Rica's are executive producers Are Marshal Louis and their non Lopez for happy. Here uh was never seen a blue eyed wolf wall wall wall. She somebody wolves have I seen within. Why are you so incredulous? That one should have blue eyes. You so you haven't seen seen that many wolves no but I'm also not like a while a blue eyed wolf. You were aggressiveness and then and you got. Why haven't seen them? But I have seen those blue eyed like in fashiony dogs. No no no blue eyed Husky. Yeah Yeah Siberian Husky type dogs sure or like you know when you say you meet people on there. They have those beautiful like the piercing blue eyed wolf dogs. Oh is it a hus- again. They go no. It's it's always like yeah. Yeah like leader Louis. There's something about that family who found like A dog frozen in the lake and it was like and it was had hyperthermic and they might not driving home and they realized it was a wolf. Yeah no what's not free. I was like a single wolf in a car could eat people. Yeah Yeah I don't know. I think they realized Wolf Tannock. They let a day Brandon Oprah show. That's funny. They shoved it out driving. Yeah Wow wow. That's really funny. Yeah how could they not realize you look similar.

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What Happens If The Game Never Ends? #910

Trent365

03:38 min | 1 year ago

What Happens If The Game Never Ends? #910

"What happens if the game never ends you? Okay a bit of a random observation today. Not even sure if there's actually a real business learning in here but let's play with this for second. I guess it's kind of about game. Theory been looking at the sorts of games that my wife plays on your phone or IPAD versus the ones that I do and I've divided them into two very distinct categories simple categories the games that end versus the Games. That don't my wife. Loves the ones that so it's games like candy crush or I think bobby shoot is the one. She's at the moment where the goal is just to get the highest score that you can either against yourself or your friends and so the individual game and but you can't get to the end of the game. There's really no end in sight words for me. It's all about those puzzle games that there is actually a solution. So I've just downloaded again Sudoku. I think that's how you pronounce it. I never get it right you. There's a puzzle. You finish the puzzle. The game is done even angry birds which I've loved over the years and every now and then I go back to funnily enough there are levels inside and you get to the end of a level and there is an end to the total game you get to the end of all levels the game ends and interestingly enough my wife finds it a lot harder to put down a game that I do and I guess that's maybe because I can get to the next level within the level and know that live. I can stop there. There's a definitive point whereas for her games because there really is no Indian side. Then maybe it becomes more addictive in a way and so wellness wellness. Let's play with this second. Wellness is. There's no end to wellness in the game in wellness or wellbeing essentially like reached the end of your goal with wellness or wellbeing. Right I mean it's an ongoing thing. There's different levels of status of wellbeing. But you never get to the end. You never win that game essentially unless you live forever. I guess so if we're trying to game fi wellness and wellbeing to try and make it appealing to younger crowds to get people hooked on it more addictive. There is the diction of wellness. Then the gamification process maybe needs to be the game that never ends because wellness by definition never really ends either. There's a there's a business learning in that. What are you reckon The idea that the game it never rains is wellness. And so if you'RE GONNA game wellness you may be by definition need to create games and gamification processes that also never end and as a result they will possibly end up being more addictive again. Anecdotal research based on me and my wife and their I pads count really say there's any data behind it but I'm guessing there's probably some smart people out there listening to this who know that that's all about some sort of psychological personality trait and it'll make sense so if you do do let me know into comments below. If you've got another theory also let me know. I do. Thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow. The tally we end up going to stop playing this game.

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Mon Post Show (05-17-21)

The Bobby Bones Show

18:16 min | Last month

Mon Post Show (05-17-21)

"It's time for the bobby bones post show. Here's your host. Bobby checked out the show. We put up sunday. It was the rejected segments. Show which was just a bunch of rejected segments. We'll specialty show there so glad everybody's here we just finished the radio show and we hang out and do this whole do here. Hey can you play the The rap one. We forgot to do it last week. When i said we're gonna do it here. We go bobby bobby talk. Show talk show intro for bobby going hard like i'm taming data with box in producing for this show when you know we already 'em to incision chugging sell sir bobby bobby bones show. What's interesting is everybody can has the thing they're doing. Except for scuba. Steve who just gets his name. Yeltsin steve out. First thing people are asking for an update on lunch box in his altima. Can you play the voicemail. We re i have a question for lunchbox. My question is lunchbox. Did you ever get your ultimate back. I have been wondering and thinking about it all weekend long. Are you still having to have your wife drive you around or are you back to your car. Just wondering have a great day by day died. You said you weren't gonna pay over. How much thousand dollars. That was your limit then totaled told her that it was time to move on. Let her go out to pasture and retire her. We've had many memories across this country. And i got the call and the grand total nine hundred and thirty two dollars as she is back on the road. She is back running better than ever. I mean she sounds beautiful. She handles amazing and it was so good to see her. Here is a clip. Yemi driver back out on the road. All right here we go hear that. All the altima is back on the road. You heard me guys. We thought she was a goner. We thought she was a going but listen listening. The ultimate god is purring horn honking. Think so he's a little bit you say let's do it per hong kong. She's exciting. We're excited she's back. He's running running smoother than ever. And i mean the guy was great too great care of her. A girl though. Yeah how long do you need this nine hundred thirty dollars to to keep the car running to feel like it was said to pay that amount a month. I mean. i haven't had a car payment in what year we in twenty twenty one so in eleven years. I haven't had a car payment. So i'm already playing with house money. This is great. just give me a month. Two months three months four months five months. I'm so i'm just glad she's back. I would say three months and you'll probably get that you'll get this nine hundred thirty dollars worth okay talking about a car payment right three four hundred bucks a month. i think. that's that's the goal. What is today may seventeenth. June july august september. First okay is worth it. Yeah okay. I love it. I'm just i was so pumped. Let her go. And you still might get two hundred fifty thousand miles who you start calling. The ultimate won't be like let me do a tv commercial. She's so good. Maybe getting turned me. Say there was some shelling going on a little bit. Then i was like oh. It's just old car. But i think it was the problem with the car there was it was trying to tell me. Hey there's something wrong with me. And i never got are looked at. He was talking to you like birds that which by the way the team sent me a bird cameras here about the bird. It's camouflage bird feeder. That's weatherproof and you put these batteries and you just put it out in your yard. And it'll if like wildlife crosses its path. It'll snap a photo game camera not yet. I haven't i just got it. So i have to get about a million batteries and put it in there wit. I think it's weatherproof. Because yeah he's right. It's like a game cam left there that you wanna watch or something but mine will be specifically for birds and my mother-in-law was telling me something cold that my her husband. My my husband's grandpa did He he watched birds and he had a bird's nest with in it and he went out every single day and took a picture of the eggs and so he got a picture of it hatching because he went every day. Liked to this progression. Feels like good idea. So now i'm gonna go snap eggs every day until they hatch little time lapse. It sounded better more exciting in my head. Like y'all don't think that's cool. I think it'd be cool and these are these. Are my grandchildren okay. Happening are your father and mother in law staying here now now. They're here now. They're here this a week. They're not here right now. they're here right now. I'm saying yeah you came and got caitlyn's suv. Yesterday is they will then. Of course everybody at your house right. Got it either that or they'll rental car and they're here all week and we used to rent and then caitlyn offered her car which is super awesome because that saves a lot on rental. Mike has a podcast called movie. Mike's movie podcast. And he has actor. Michael pain on who you know from ant man crash and of watch. He's also new. Tom and jerry movie. This is live action with real actors. But tom and jerry cartoons he talks about how the puppeteers they use them for the standard. Mike explain this to me what what's happening here. So they use puppeteers so they have something to director action towards but then they take that out and put in the animated characters also be like a green screen little puppet thing. Yeah but then on screen the oh. Here's a clip of that name. We had some puppeteers manson puppeteers. I haven't made some adjustments of how i talked to to the public comment jerry on how they will react. And so which always the case when you're acting human being pretty cool that you've got him on the podcast. That was awesome. I mean pretty big actor. Yeah big actor. Who's the biggest who's the most nervous you've been for. Podcast guest a movie. Mike's movie podcast lou. Diamond phillips when that call came through like pretty nervous dancer and talk to him. Because you just have seen the bomb so many times. Yeah one of my favorite movies of all the time you guys check it out movie. Mike's movie podcast morgan. Wallin officially reinstated by pandora after three months ban. Which all good listen. I went to our bosses like two months ago. And i was like our boss. I was like hey what why. Let's let's go like he. He's working on himself. Let's play the music and he was like no your role and i said all right. Oh got it. Yeah just because. I don't program music and i think it was i. I don't know but that's basically what i was told. It's pretty crazy. Let someone know no and if you're wondering why we don't know that we literally play like a couple of songs the show and that's it like we don't really here and we don't really hear the songs when it went down. I didn't play that day. 'cause i was like. Hey we're just gonna hold off today and figure out what's going on. But then i understood it but i thought okay. It's obvious. He went away work on himself. It's obvious that the and also i do think people are allowed to. As i said the first time i talked about it people are allowed to get better and learn. Or and what are you gonna penalize them forever. That'd be on saturday my decision so i he will slowly start to pop back up. I'm sure again the question I don't know shining think of that saying that. I can't get right. But it's like yes. He should be able to go away and and emerge and be be better and learn and grow from otherwise than why. Go through some hard stuff in. It probably could help other people learn and grow to that. Look up to morgan that you know. Fool me once. Shame on me once. Shame on me. I don't see twice. Never get fooled again. George bush george bush four tried to say that something presidential. But it's a hard thing. I really wanna shame on you. Pull me twice. Shame on me. What i said you go. I spelt wrong. But i see how george mix it up but yeah you know he can come back if he if it happens again. Then you know well shame on us for believing that nine month old bengal tiger. That's been missing for days in houston was found saturday and transfer to the appropriate authorities. So somebody just have it. Yeah the governor wife of the guy. She turned it in. She brought her to have a baby. Tiger says that wasn't a baby baby. Yes he's bigger but nine months all still young but a baby tiger because like when you watch tiger king a little cup tiger and i make you in the illegal trade. But you don't because it's not right not right. It is not right eddie said this. What's the craziest thing you've ever done in honor of bobby and kaelin's episode of running wild tonight. Let's go around the room and share one crazy thing that you've done it'd be a fun little experiment here. Does that. count your idea your idea you go. Well mine's easy. I went deep sea fishing and mexico. And i was like i don't know twenty two or something and i mean you're out selfish in far away and the captain of the boat says hey if you want to jump in. It's fun though she's yours and we were like what i was probably like five six beers deep in my heart. I'm doing it. But it's crazy. Because you just i mean you're in the sharks land. That's that's their world. And you're jumping in it. And i went in there and i probably swam for about a total of thirty seconds. The jump back in the boat but that was crazy. It was freaky. Ya where people stand by in case you under not. It was just my dad and my wife do that. I mean she was going to say no. Yeah why would she say no. Just jumping in the ocean. It's not like it's pretty wait. Lifejacket no this is me. Did you ever fear that they were gonna like be though beer. You was beer. Throw spirit. I i like in rob you of your stuff who you out there. You're guides the mexican fishing. I don't care what you're out in the middle of nowhere and they could be used put a point they did you in the ocean. You would never be found my husband and i. We went beer fishing for our honeymoon in mexico and we met some guy at the end of the dock and we were supposed to hand them an envelope and he was supposed to take us out and we barely communicate with him. And then the next thing you know. We're in the middle of the ocean and we're swimming down there with spears. And i thought they're going to. They're just gonna spear us and take all our stuff and nobody's we're going to be on documentary one day but did they know they were so kind. So as my captain was very nice. Yeah that's crazy. I wouldn't have done that. I mean even going a fishing boat for an episode of my show. That starts may thirty first breaking bobby balance. We did Deep now we did What do we fish for halibut. How deep miles off the coast and the water's bush. But it's not like the lake. Yeah i mean it wasn't crazy. I wasn't depends on the day. Okay craziest thing you've ever done amy. Probably when i was with my kids and two of my girlfriends in haiti and we went to visit the school up in a village in you. We had to take these mountain bike. Thing is to get there. And we we're going like on these little dirt pats on these steep mountains of i mean it was probably the scariest thing ever done like i close my eyes and just prayed that we were gonna make it. It was terrifying. And i was if we actor fell over or went down the cliff like that was it. There's no hospital near by. That was just it. I kind of thought. This is how i could go out. We made it and who's fine definitely. Not smart got married. I mean that's pretty scary feet. I mean you're standing up anything like these guys Yeah i mean my honeymoon climbing mount olympus. Because i don't you mountain climbing you think is no big deal. Ma'am there in tennis shoes. And we're hiking up mountain and going by plaques of people that have died that they put up there and there is a plaque plaque the plaque on my man. I should've probably train for this or have some expert with me. But it's just my wife and i climbing up a mountain and tennis shoes. We did it. And it was awesome revenue. Yeah mine's costa rica. We went cliff jumping and you go over a waterfall. And i mean the first person was the most dangerous. I was the guy that went. I was the guinea pig and i mean there could have been a sharp rock down there and it just instantly killed you. You're jumping like twenty twenty five feet into water. Did people tell you. This is a clear spot or you. Just our guide was like. I mean we did this before. I'm pretty sure it's very deep. But i mean there's no way to know what it is unless that until first person goes morgan Yeah my family went swimming with stingrays and that was pretty crazy. One of them but my mom's finger and put us back in the boat. So yeah you you when you go down you feed them. And you're supposed to put your thumb in your hand and if you don't like when you give them the fish and if somehow your thumb leaves it they'll grab your and they can take off a whole finger. You let them. That's how the crocodile hunter died stingrays. Yeah stinger ghanem really all that. They feel really cool though like their bellies are like soft. They feel like a baby skins. They're really cool. But yeah you definitely have to be really careful. We caught a lot of them. In the net we were halibut fishing. And you can pick them up and thrown out of the boat because anything that we weren't keeping we tried to throw back to so they would live and they did. I mean what would you pick it. On the front part not the tail obviously. That's nothing you it's fine. We didn't pay for the could've they were grabbed. They're just trying to get them back out soon as they possibly could. I think i have a picture but yeah you just pick them up but yeah but i guess that they only sing when they want sing you know like they had the stinger. It's like a fist. I can make my fist and you can take god. But unless i'm putting the fourth behind him pop so everybody end right my do you have anything now nothing Nothing comes to mind all right. Well i'll be watched tonight with this. I mean what's the scariest thing you've done. The first the first episode of breaking by by far it's hanging over the grand canyon. Four thousand feet on wrote awful. I saw they're gonna show. I forgot to mention something show. They're gonna show the first like ten minutes of breaking beyonce tonight after bear girls. That's cool and you can see the genuine fear. My legs trembling. I can't even go out because my leg shaking. So i've been just thinking about it and i watched the first part of it gave me anxiety like i had the first time i did it. Just remember sitting on top of it being like i. I can't do this. I never think. I feel like i can do anything wrong for a while. But there's nothing. I can't do and i was like i don't know but i sat there so long and i had a conversation with myself where i said you know what eventually you're going to do this. And maybe tonight maybe tomorrow. So if you're if you know you're going to do it go ahead and do it now and get it over with same way. I feel about working out sometimes. I don't want to go exercise. But no i'm going to do it. So module go do it now and get it over with the rest of the day not only to be done with it but to not to focus on not care about has now does dread of me going i gotta gaulieder go do it. That's kind of tackled my life. Is i do a lot of stuff. I hate doing anyway. So do to get over with charles. My life i the marshmallows later though some good marshmallows grank anything. Those you are being timed in like. I was yelling at the tv watching like dude. You got to go because the clock started. And you're just like and do run an go and we'll tell you that clock. I did not give up blank. Yeah you did it. I was like you know what i mean. Anyway you'll see the first part of that tonight. I really screwed up on. It mentioned all right. I think that's it anything. I need to promote mike. Also tomorrow night on my twits. Show gary lauks. What is coming over. And laney wilson so you can watch on twitter or you can watch On your computer whatever. But we'll talk about that tomorrow. But gary the vox god. Blessed broken row act. I saw jagan last night at the baseball game. Jay demarcus joan. No still not gonna talk to them. Are people out masks. Yes so you just knowing. Mass not sunglass nothing areas. There's what's no one. No pants all right. How did his show on netflix. Do i never heard much about. It is a good. It's pretty good. Did they get second season What was what was their family about. Mike like when you watched it. I thought it was. He was flying. And it's basically just going out and doing things home life. Are they rich in in the show. Yeah like extremely rich wildly wealthy. Yeah before kovic. So it's all like him his hometime versus al being on the road. Also they go on the road with them too. It's like No it's like his actual homelife off the road got and they filmed it. You got he got it. That's it we're having a little get together tonight. I sent caitlyn list of food to get. Because i have a friend grilling you have to. Tonight is thank you. And i sent a whole list over to my friend who's growing and he hit came back. He's like hey what else. What would you. What about for the list. it was just. I just sent me boy. I was waiting to meet. We need burger. Meat brought me and Chicken meat and that was all. I said i didn't know we needed bonds and whatever it's been handled being him all right. Thank you guys have a great rest of the day. We'll see you tomorrow bye.

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Tues Post Show (6-01-21)

The Bobby Bones Show

31:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Tues Post Show (6-01-21)

"It's time for the bobby bones post show. Here's your host bobby apple. Watch yesterday wearing here band nice. Just don't i don't know yet by like it. What does it do everything so everything but nothing like having five thousand channels and nothing to watch so if i send you a text you get it on your what i do for now because i'm on wi fi but if i don't have my cell hooked up to it and i just tried. I don't know i'm getting news. Alerts now on sort of risk bill. Oh who's texting me. And then it's like the washington post has an article you'll care about. Maybe it's not for you well. I'm not convinced that yet. Okay i think it can be for me. If i cater it that way but i'm way behind on the apple watch train watch us and i think i can do some stuff with this like flying stuff. No calendar updates count years. It'll be like yeah. No kidding tracking when i work out. Maybe there'll be some golf apps onto the tells you how far you are. Gps on the watch them and Probably the hip hop intro. Bobby bobby show balding bobby bones show called for bobby going hard like i'm chilling with box. Introducing enter for this show. 'em to and susan chugging sell sir bobby bobby bobby bones. Show show there. You have it okay where to start. I have so many notes by the way if you have a listen to regular show. Yeah thank you guys for listening in watching breaking bobby last night. It was the debut week episode. It'll be on sundays for now on. That was a special memorial day show. We had some breaking bibles cookies. Last night i had half a cookie or good kaylin. I split had taken home with you. Know i'd say one cookie instead. He brought over conduct. Did you find them. I left your freezer. No because i don not eating them. I'm so good checked out. Now i'm on the path. Oh because wedding wedding. Wait i'm on. I'm getting i'm getting ripped. I'm getting you feel like you need a day off there in your freezer okay. Thank you for that Ramona's in a note says do you know how sometimes people get scammed. Well what's the exact opposite that people think it's a scam and missing out. I've no idea what services what what is it. No it's good. We did a thing in the post. Show about how i said. I wanted my dad to think that this job was cool. And i said he was looking for an munition said maybe we can hit up some of our next and get him ammunition so you would look cool. Did something. nothing from this job really impresses him but there was a huge national ammunition shortage and i said if i can figure out a way through our ties to hook him up with some pheasant. Bullets gonna flip out so punch. The shaw this duo. Hush comes to shove this guy. hits me up. I don't know if i'd necessarily want to say the company but it's major. It's a major. Shell manufacturer and he goes. I can hook up your dad with a lifetime. Supply of ammunition. And i'm like this is what i'm talking about. They were going to ship it to offer free. Pops is just going to have shell on shell for pheasant hunting for the rest of his life. But what's their get. Nothing they have these true not even saying the name right now they have so much surplus of any munition in the that. They just don't get to that they're not able to sell the people or whatever. It sounds fishy fishy. He sent me his email. I looked him up. I looked up his instagram. Everything was legit but the guy goes. I need your dad's identification. And so i hit my dad and i go. Hey dad lifetime supply of bullets. Your son hooked it up. So someone's just gonna give you a lifetime supply of bullets because we mentioned on the post show. That's not even the main show. You didn't mention a brand new and it's not about it's not they just want people to be happy and they love the show business. A company just wants people to be happy. Yes can i mean. Sometimes people give you sweet wine. They give you sweet. I don't know just because they wanted you to have fun and go to a game for free. But they're not a sweet young. Take trying to lure you anyways. So we'll give you a sweet. If it's like work related they would like for you to look up on them in a good way. Maybe they think a year down the road. I'm on a hunting trip with my dad. And i'll take a picture of the bulletin. I'll say this is the bullet we use and we got fezzet with. Maybe that's their long-term plan. What happened with your dad and the identification. Just hit me back with the idea. He hits me back absolutely. Not i will never give my identification over an email it. I'm like okay dad. We just missed out on a lifetime supply of bullets and he never got him. He thought it was a scam then. Why don't you get the bullets for you. And give your id to the guy a mentioned that to my wife. We live in an apartment. We can't have an entire side room of our house with full bullets. So they're gonna ship it on a one time truck delivery. Yes for pheasant. Bullets they take up a ton of space and they can get you a lot of them right all shipped rain warped. How the stuff worms you know whenever you want on the game show in like a lifetime supply of crack and cheese. They don't send it to you all then you get like four bucks a month like if you get free chick-fil-a for a year you own ticket today sandwich and i think you were getting like mess with a little bit and now when i did my factcheck and the guy was legit. Those bullets will never be shot. So those pheasants can continue flying well. But did your dad think it was cool that you could have gotten him the bullets. No i mean. I haven't talked to him in a couple weeks now but that's a sounds like they got worse after did raise. Want him talking to me. You guys check out movie. Mike movie podcast. He's talking about the most iconic movie couples of all time. Amy who would you consider the most iconic movie couple of all time the gone with the wind people. Old let's iconic. That's frankly my dear. I don't give taylor and flank frank gable. Clark i know i i guess maybe it's not elizabeth best homebuilders. I was in greece. Danny and sandy. That's good that's john travolta and living john. What about richard. Gere and julia roberts in pretty woman. That's cigarette one. That's four in. Japan is a good one. What about harry and sally. Who is it before after they met when they met Yeah so check that my whole episode of icon movie couples checkout movie. Mike's movie podcast. Which is getting a lot of great reviews. These days podcasts and growing a little weed there. Okay let's see a florida concert promoters using tickets to encourage covid nineteen vaccinations by. I think it's like seventeen bucks seventy bucks for regular ticket nine hundred bucks for regular ticket visit. Well hold on okay. Nineteen bucks for a regular ticket. But if i if you have vaccination card but if you don't have vaccination costs nine hundred ninety nine dollars so mike mikey your brother me. Get this right. Is the tour manager for this group tour manager. Excuse me teenage bottle rocket but he who okay. A concert promoter. In tampa florida's offering a massive discount vaccinated people ready to see live music. Lead foot promotions. A selling tickets went upcoming show featuring punk band teenage bottle rocket for eighteen dollars to those who are vaccinated nine hundred ninety nine for those. Who aren't we have a clip of teenage bottle rocket. This song is called so cool. Yeah not near as like wine. He's gonna that's pretty good. Mike brothers are tore manager. Yeah they're grey band. Is that his main job. It has main job. Yeah he's not been working since the pandemic but they're about to get back on the road. They're excited oh so this has been his full-time job. Yeah he travels with teenage bottle rock. Yeah for about a year and a half now. he's been doing it. How do we never know. Your brother was a tornado fighter for a punk band. I don't know you never know. Suppose that i mean i think the story we buried the story i agree. I mean it's funny. Nineteen bucks ninety nine but my brothers a tour manager for a punk band. Are you a fan. I love this band. They're coming here. On june twenty third. So i'm going to go see Do you know them. I do know them. Yeah cool did you. Have high hopes of being a punk singer. Yeah me and my brother. Actually a band together. When i was in college. That's what we wanted to do. Initially and then i started interning on this show and i was like you know what i'll go do that instead and so he does not play in the band. Now he doesn't if somebody goes down as you're going to have to hop in. He could probably happen on drums. Yeah and it's pretty cool. My brother is a punk band or manager. There you go all right mike. Thanks the world's first. Invisible sculpture sells for a whopping eighteen. Thousand dollars crazy. What are people thinking so stupid south stuff like that you you yelled are so stupid until they sell it back. It's a new. Nfc's oh people don't believe in if teaser worth anything things are worth what people pay for them. There's nothing there. It's nothing. I would compare this to empty the same kind of thing and what is an empty. Nothing it's not visible sculpture created by italian artist salvatore gyco recently acquired by a private collector paid fifteen thousand euros or Eighteen thousand dollars if you're one of these people who just can't understand how someone can pay large sums of money for digital assets like video game skins on compared to that like four-night except the clothes. I buy from my basketball player. It's nothing there is some on on. Was it four night or some other game. They people bought this gucci bag for whatever just to have the gucci in their thing. What gonna think. I'm crazy but let me explain to you okay. So let's say you love playing fortnight. Maybe you're not as super cool in real life like accepted by people but you find something you're good at and you're like wow these other gamers and i'm talking to. We have headsets on. They talk they respect me. They actually make me feel good about myself. That's basically the life that you try to get to all the time and get better. Because you're actually getting your this positivity this reinforced positively so why in that live when you're feeling it why would you not want to make yourself feel better inside of that where you already feel the best okay. That's my only point. Yes it seems ridiculous. Because we're not in it. But i did spend some money just basketball player. So people respected me. Let me get in game money. Coins coins fake coins. How do you get the coins by work by plane. Here's what happens when you first get on. You can either earn all the coins to get your player to that level to start or you can just pay twenty bucks and do it. So let's pay twenty bucks and do it. And sometimes you have a couple of bucks left over flows jersey course well the artist that made this basically sold this as a digital piece and so you own the invisible sculpture on this digital like an nfl. Team i i understand. People are dumb enough to buy this and why not right. sell it to someone. That's dumb enough to buy it. But this is a scam in a way like the people if it continues to go up or down in value any time in history when anyone like sold something. That wasn't real. Guess what is called a scam and now all of a sudden something that's not real can be bought and people are buying it. It's not a scam. That's weird but it is a real and that you have the ownership of it again is nothing but it is only based on. It's like art. A million people can take paint. Thought up against a wall a million. Everybody can do that however if someone goes while this specific person did or i see this. It's worth this much like we're able to deem what things are worth in society the same with this. There's no difference in this. There's no difference except you did the word and visible and it's digital so little there's no statute now. There's nothing there's nothing in. Nfc's either when you two in my opinion are stupid stupid but people are buying them so you gotta get some. You can sell them. I feel like what's going to happen eventually. Bitcoin sure you touch bitcoin eddie. Right i get an eventually. we're going to be like. Oh the people that work quote unquote making. Bitcoin stopped making it. And now it's worth nothing and then they're gonna be like well. What happened was nothing to be mind. Okay it's nothing. I feel like i'm talking to three pals right now. I feel like it's gonna come back to bite everyone. Do you have in teased you like. Do you look at that artwork and by that no when you buy invisible artwork no not i would probably not that much but there's obviously something to it because the bought. It's pretty smart dude. I have a couple those top shots that are pretty good. The the basketball you'll cards see. I bought those and try to sell them. They that's what i do in any. I don't understand why people want to pay more for him. But hey if you wanna pay me five hundred dollars for one of them pay have added and also let me look. I see how my does coin is doing. And that's not that was a that was a fake coin that was made up after a dog but now people sort of against currency does our money at point was just people going well. We'll call it a dollar and we'll say it's worth this value supported by something. The dollar wasn't just a floating dollar. It was supported by supportive. Our minds going. I was supported by our minds when it's worth this much gold so wasn't supported by gold. Naturally like i'm talking to a child right now no. It wasn't supported by we. We decided to equate it to gold. But it wasn't just invented act and it had a gold reciprocal. It didn't we had to we had to create it and go we deem it this valuable. Like i don't even understand. You can just make up a currency like how can you can just go online right now and make up bobby coins lloyd. Enough people got on and sort of using a trading it and saying it's valuable than it would actually. That's the dollar now. I get it so confusing. Like that's why you guys are in finance or money or i don't think finances are like totally big on does coins or whatever on bitcoin a little bit and a little bit but same thing. Bitcoin started i the conversation with. I'm done with this conversation. I'm also not buying the sculpture. That's doing is you're smarter than that. Maybe i'm maybe i'm dominated. A teacher becomes the fastest woman to climb mount everest. Wow to climb mount everest for her. It took twenty five hours and fifty minutes to reach the top now. I don't know how long it normally takes folks but sounds like she's sprinted up. It sounds like she was doing bleachers football stadium when you see people doing it. Teacher for hong kong become the fastest female climate or reach top mount everest forty five years old climb from base camp to the world's highest peak in twenty five hours and fifty minutes smashing the previous record over. Thirteen hours is crazy. What is she not sleep. Joint to break to change your clothes and that was it. It was second time to start a skeleton bad weather on the first one she didn't encounter. many other climbers on the way she the people on the way down and that didn't slow down really can't style thirteen hours so i don't know how long it tastes. Go up and down normally. It says it takes people six to nine weeks to do it all. It took her ba basically over a day but when i hear that she crushed it in thirteen hours better than the original time. That's how i know that there was moving there what she did that. K anyone on the show participating senior prank prank. We had an. I'll tell you a story here in a second senior prenton happen The made the news but every year at our school do a senior prank and it would be. Sometimes you go up and you toilet paper the school. It was never anything crazy but it was always. You drove up the got the seniors. They did their thing none. It was destroying property or anything but your toilet paper or you four or you. Soap the windows and stuff like that. What's fork put pitchforks on the ground classic fork and they break off. You can also do just to be funny. You do the metal ones too but they come out a lot easier so if you only have metal ones that were so what happened was my junior year. The seniors thought it would be funny. We're having like outdoor filled day. They thought it'd be finding paintball. Guns in payment gets hurt but they drove up the back of trucks and started shooting in the hit. One of our junior guys right in the eye it was a week before prom him right below as eyeball but right the in his. I swallowed a softball and he had to go to promise off. Boss well die and so they stopped that crap right there and they're like if you're going to do anything you can't But a comfort high school in texas suspended half their senior class for their prank. Apparently all the parents knew about it beforehand. The kids went and put plastic forks in the football field but then afterwards a few kids went into the school and rearrange furniture and left balloons and streamers all up and the school suspended half of them. I guess because you can't break into the school. I guess i the breaking in part more than the strippers in the balloons. Yeah but it doesn't seem very destructive. I think it's also a precedent setter like all right. You gather brigand school for now on. We're gonna keep it from getting worse because yes that's lame if that's the only reason but i think more so. It was a message like you can't break into the school because that is what they did. Would you let your kids Be part of a prank course. Long as i'm like. Hey here's the thing if you break something that's against the law so if it starts getting a little more than just you guys rapids of toilet paper on a couple of basis and trees. Then leave but yeah i think so. We used to people's houses. And so when i was like tenth grade we go into the hot springs village and we would the paper house that we go go by a big case of toilet paper at like nine pm. Three fifteen sixteen seventeen year olds here. Exactly what they did. Hey man We have to go off and act act like we had some sort of story. Hey man do you have any over in the morning like a case. My grandma's sick and he's like and he's not gonna say no said we walk out with a big box of toilet. Paper made the hot springs village newspaper. Thank my niece is a senior right now and they did a senior prank on the vice-principal guess they put up for sale sign and the vice principals front yard with like a really low price and her phone number and so she kept getting phone calls and so but then my sister told me that the the vice principal found out who all it was reached out and my is one of the people reach out to all the parents use like. Hey just no. I'm going to be getting them back. So she made flyers killed them all of all the main people my sister just only about his regan of all the main people that were involved in my niece's one of them because my nieces cell phone kept ringing this last weekend and she was getting offers for her jeep because she took a picture of all their carshield and she put them up all around town with like a just like a price that you couldn't beat all these kids were getting phone calls like there to buy their car and they didn't know why but i thought it funny that the vice principal decided to get them back in a playful way instead of doing something to get them in trouble. Tricky though to kids back kids. that's why she parents now like we used to do a bit on this show where we put people Phone number up on like craigslist and be like. Hey we got a monkey and then they call you like hello like you sound. The monkey we did that. Will the our old producer monkey for sale. That's pretty good one back in the day. Did you give lunchboxes number out to like time. That's the only number. I know you wanna and it would just ring non so annoying it was he would lose a game and when he lost a game. We gave a cell phone. That's brutal or if i just gave what they deemed a bad opinion thereby we don't agree with his opinions you can call him and tell them offensive. Oh my gosh put a cell phone number. We can bring that back. We cannot we. Cannot i have my same number to for twenty years at this point. Oh yeah the same number. Yeah i'll tell you every once in a while. Hey it's melanie imelda. I'm okay cool like great. Yeah it's funny though. Mike says i'm the most affectionate he's ever seen. Affectionate know affectionate. Said you say. I called amy babe and then told you i loved you me like voice text the other day the very end of your like i was doing that on purpose. Joking saying weird bones. i. I think it's all in the tone. What was the telling. You think you're wrapping your view and at the end of it. I wonder if did confuse you for kaylin. I talked to her all the time on the phone. Center voice memos. Because i think one time i was talking about kahlon i did call amy babe. I do remember. That was in the studio with the question. You're like they may. Do you think i was doing it to be funny. 'cause sometimes i'll be like yeah. Yeah we need to do this segment seventy tomorrow. All right love you. That's how you're saying. I love you. I may have now that you say that i may have just oh man guy to tell them again. Now in front of all of us gotten confused. Nab good appreciate. That aim is dog. food you may dinner for. Everyone had it on the counter. Then your dog jumped up and lick the main dish that chicken like i made chicken salsa and i had the chicken the rice everything laid out in bowls and i left the room for a little bit and my inlaws is back when my in laws were here and the dog. I saw up there with a little paul's and her nose and face like right in the top section. So the big debate in my head was. I mean i could just scoop off the top layer and still serve it or i could just serve it. It's fine serve it or we can just scrapped the meal and get takeout. Yeah what'd you do. Oh we scrapped the mail. I don't know how much she was. All little cares what. I don't know how much the cook at the restaurant. It'd be a little think that. I probably could have done it. But since i was serving other people. I felt like i didn't want to put them in a position where i'm like. I felt like i had to tell them right and they probably like okay. It's fine but i didn't even want them to feel. I wanted to eight it or got rid of it. I wouldn't have told him. Yeah because then there would feel awkward like But i would've just eat the food. Yeah it's a bummer. She's like human like qualities. It's weird how she does it. The bolden fall on the ground. Talents went up electon. Yes she liked. Can hold it with her paws. She's yeah she's a fork and a knife it's crazy to dinner for. Has these weird human like qualities a couple of things not going gonna talk about it so just no. I'm not gonna talk about what about to bring up. Oh yeah amy sent me a segment which. I don't know that i should discuss anymore. I agree okay. I agree emmy samir segment that. I'm just gonna call mysterious package. And i had it down to talk about and i'm so glad that we didn't get to it that day me too because as the story developed which. I didn't know what was going to develop. I think when i send it in thought oh innocent little thing and then now it's developed to thing where it's like. Oh man this could be bad. Can we ask was june. I do you think we can. At june july august were november. Do next june on december. First we can ask about it. He's cimber first six months. you think. that's an eddie eddie happening. All i'm gonna say. It's amy got a mysterious package in a. I thought it was a joke. And now we know it's absolutely not a joke and i worry about other people's safety. Oh my goodness like not my not joking. Not and i'm so glad. Because i had it on my notes talk about on the show that is. Amy said oh she even listeners. Like this is even told me. All what was john kerry generic. She told me about the mysterious package. And i was like wow. Let's talk about that. I didn't know enough about it. But i was intrigued. It's kind of like a race jordan. I'm like want to but on the positive way could be really entertaining. But i'm so glad i didn't because it would be bad right now Oh so december. I want to make a note. We can bring it back up mysterious package. I'll know more than the nama still mysterious at this point. It's not as mysterious. It's not really that mysterious anymore. Now it's like just concerning so it's like and like people other than me could be like in harm's i would say anything else. Does it too much money. Because i don't know anything. All i know i know nothing. I read the bits. All this crazy about it happened right. I know and then the second. Then i only knew us. It's because kaelin told me like the update. Yes because she was at my house. Don't talk about this. yeah. And i was like well. I'm going to on the show tomorrow. That's the day it got crazy. That's the day that we she had literally just gotten to my house right when we learned that it went from like. Oh wow that's nuts too like this is crazy we deaf. This is no longer even kind of funny. It's more scary. So how about that for a team december. I asked bobby bones show tease now. Six months six months okay. is there anything. what was i. Big package packages steve. Oh speaking of which one the yellow packet. Yeah for amy. She said that she has to try out to see if she can endorse it closer. What about dad. We've had checked with rick upstairs. They don't have them yet. Should have been here last week. So i'm surprised why it's not here yet. Come on you gotta give me one of those. I know i gotta give me one of those no the nat geo made. Oh but for some reason they think my pony express that takes a little longer here december going to get here. That's the mysterious package. Just hasn't arrived yet. But if you guys want to help the cause you can stream my show. Can you still is hulu on demand. Yes you can you watch my show on can still find. I watched it. Ooh excuse me. I watched it on hulu. I mean you means who live hold on. i'll tell you. That's what i was gonna do is going to figure that out at this. Very moment galkin talk. I'm looking at something to k-. I want to see what my schedule as. Who at this weekend this next week in what. I'm doing what you mean. Yeah yes i can. Now watch Season one episode one and it says i think expires on friday. So yeah today's tuesday so you have the rest of the week to watch the stream it here. It is the grand canyon. Oh she's gonna watch it now. You don't mind go over and check it out. Stream it even. If you're not watching just let it play on the nat geo app if you do that. That'd be great to just play it. That's cool and then keep playing it over and over again. If i stream it here right now does that count. I think i'm not sure. I'm really not sure how it works but i think especially in the. Go app. because i can just let it run. Turn the volume off here. We go all right. I was gonna see what i was doing this weekend. I think maybe. I don't know you're gonna work instructions. We well. i did demolition on the show right. But i don't know i don't know what we're doing. Okay figured out. I felt like a lot of probably our families were were watching those like my gosh like so many kids. I i know that you were like super scared. I can't remember. There was a word. Like i feel like you said what the craft laws i did and i would do. I was like oh isn't it and of course that's not a bad thing. I say crap all the time. But then sometimes because i say that my kids say it and i'm like oh i don't like you saying crap in there like you said crap. Maybe it was because it gets at nine ten central. Maybe they had to put it. Oh we had a record. Some stuff saw. This is correct. It looks like the next two episodes are demolition. that's where you go to texas And then stunt double and oh man that good. Yeah i got hurt on that one. That's the fire on not engine. Not injured hurt. Yeah my neck robot. That's fire on the arm falling off a house fight scene. Yeah the stunt. One is hardcore physically The other one's really hard committed. Knock knock out of building and almost killed somebody. But i didn't almost. I almost got somebody. I think that was a long little. Maybe that's why i'm just gonna go. No that's the twist this week of breaking bob and bones someone in half. Okay yeah thank you guys always appreciate the support thank you thank you. 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Bobby Jackson

The Jose Morales Podcast

1:48:30 hr | 1 year ago

Bobby Jackson

"What up what up? What up you tuned into the Jose Morales podcast where we talk sports business and everything in between I'm your host. Jose Morales and where my boxing academy joining me in the ring? Today is my man. Bobby Jackson Action Jackson. Say what's up? What's up doc? How you doing give me so. We finally smoke a cigar. Yeah we are has been a minute and moving talking about doing this for a while and we finally made it happen. Door CORONA virus season. We actually supposed to be near each other or smoking. We're kind of breaking lobby. Six feet give me six feet six feet so the six managed year Bobby Jackson. If you do not know remember him. He was a big part of the king's successful time. He was coming off the bench doing big things. He Got Sixth Man of the Year award in two thousand and two. When was wasn't when you got the word Niles three three thousand three Bobby and I actually been knowing. Each other became friends first time. He walked in here in the gym of two thousand nine. So it's been eleven years. I got through playing ball. Yeah the out a way to keep the weight down. I still haven't figured out a way to keep this way. Where where'd you tell me? Say as long as I can look down and see my toes. I'm good I'm good. I'm good because I told her about it. Let's get on a streak. Dial is do that. He said on I just WANNA see my tote tolls and we're good So bobby and I have a big long history from eleven years. What made you actually start? Boxing I mean why. Why boxing out of everything you could. Why did you want to do box? I was always intrigued with it growing up as a kid fighting in the streets but then when I stopped playing had to figure out a way to he'll get back into shape because at one point when I got do plan like two or three years at the to do plan man. I just ballooned. I got really really big in so boxing was something that I kinda win. People always told me it is not hard on your body is total body workout. And I think that's the one thing that I love about it in. I'm not a big weight person. I don't like lifting weights and so alike the total body composition that comes with it Whether the shoulders where there's the the Burger squad and the push ups I just don't like wasting so. I think you can get fatigue really well. You can do a lot of conditioning within boxing. I I'm not a big Guy I don't like to run. Yes yeah I know that always complaining. I don't like running so boxing still move. Boxing is Has Approached minimize at work? 'cause my joints and my ain't my ankles and my knees with all that pounding. I've done it for twelve thirteen years an MBA. I don't I don't need to do that much. Do enough just to contain so. He always tries to avoid jumping. I Never Joplin. Hey Nah I can't jump rope. My Kelly's man. My kids are so tight about the pop off my whole my my foot. Yeah so fun fact. Man. I don't know if you know this but I think I told you this. You know me growing up I love. I love you. You know. You're my favorite player. I think you said I think you said that. Yeah a while ago sears. Okay took that seriously. I didn't take Spurs. I'm a big kings fan as you already know that and know that and growing up I love you for Real I love you so much fucking what you now but so I love you and I love everything about you but the thing that a kiss during that time I love basket I like I was playing ball not seriously a competitor like that not at the huddle but I'll send you a game so so you think Doug I played as a kid about like about him and where my family's from Mexico There were probably the only neighborhood and all of that state. That has a basketball court. Oh Wow so like my uncles and stuff like that. They'll play ball like I said it's just fucking fucking around not like Collins and So me I love watching your game. I like playing you. You were small comparative fucking seven foot. You were smaller and you took it to the whole reverse layup and everything about you. I love and I love the king. So I'll I'll bet John a you and you're my favorite player. I got all your jerseys had all your basketball cards and everything and I remember the first time I met you was actually at Denny's two thousand three. It was not was actually like two thousand three. Probably two thousand three two thousand and two. You had a CASCA shack. That's when you ran off the back of my head. Yeah remember that yeah. Yeah that was A. That was a first time. I made two at Denny's on Douglas. And you were helicopters you sign my share you. Helen is I was. I was like twelve years old. I was a little boy. Oh Wow you make them feel oh you are you in two thousand three two thousand four nine two thousand two. I was twelve years. Wow we way but anyways I'll little kid and I love the and a seven years eight years later I got to. I remember the first time Someone said a bobbies in a Bobby Jackson's go to the gym. I was like what because I already had all your basketball cards. I looked up to you and then we actually got to meet you and grow and grow that relationship and get to know you as a person and as a father and everything you I am. I admire you even much more so I share that. What you now what I wanNA share with the world and everyone know now is really. Give familiar with your story. I don't think you ever talked too much about. I've never really heard you talk too much. About how you were brought up your lifestyle where you're doing now in all of that so I of wanted to ask you. What was it going up very for you both? Well I mean number one. I think My path to the NBA. And how I grew up as probably kinda allowed different A lot of the NBA players. You Know My dad was never involved in my life. Grew up in a single family. Household grew up in the projects Group in a drug infested area for those. That don't know where stylus per year. Let's bury salad. Salad Salisbury. Not Saleh's solve correct me but I got that you like that song that North Carolina Man. You Pablo Baby. I'll put it on. The boy took off his shirt. He was going crazy up in here. So what does it tell us? How far is all very is? I would probably say thirty thirty miles east of Charlotte so thirty miles so it takes me. It takes you thirty five. Forty minutes country like her. No People Vegas country because as Salisbury and is in the middle of everything and there's a lot of trees. is agricultural state. But it's not it's not country who may be country folks in how we talk. How will you slaying? But it's not. It's not country. Probably the hottest thing to come out of there until somebody ruined it for you. Somebody ruin that big time but you know We we we ain't GonNa Talk About Zion. Right now But I think at the end of the day My my path my story I is kind of tough. And it's Kinda different night and people notice about me like I was telling my kids. It's the other day I didn't play organized basketball to my tenth grader into my tenth grade year in high school. Swear Yeah Always. You were playing basketball. It's not organized. Just not organized. I never played junior high for the team. I didn't go out my ninth grade year. Always play pick up basketball. Always play racket ball so and I was really good at it and so I didn't feel like I wanted to compromise leaving my friends. Go play and so the reason why you didn't do. It is because of your friend stuff like that. It was never like a finance thing or anything. Now I mean from junior high. It probably was more finance because we didn't have a car and my junior high school which was not middle middle school. It was maybe twenty minute ride from the apartments and so getting we got some comment. Yeah getting back and forth home. That was Kinda tough and I wasn't going to walk. I Walk Pretty much everywhere. And that's why I didn't play in a six seventh eighth grade because mom didn't have a car. She worked late in then. The coaches didn't really want to take me home it was just too inconvenient for them and so I didn't play in the six seven eight now. I get to high school and I walked a high school. My high school was maybe two or three miles from the project. I grew up in so we walked to school every single day. And that was maybe a twenty minute walk and that was nothing And I tell my kids. I walked a high school every single ride the bus. Was it hard for you to go from not playing basketball to get into structure? Because you did you pay any different sports before you know. Play every sport. I play football. Baseball Those the three sports that I play basketball football and baseball and I was really really good. Baseball justify backwards. I just didn't like being out in the sun and in North Carolina. The heat is humid so playing baseball in the summertime. But you will die out there and so I kinda lost Yo. I know you you complain here. I kind of lost lost my of my love for baseball. Probably about my knife. Great I stopped playing by my ninth grade year But the the the weird thing about having to travel From high school to the projects was like I didn't go out my ninth where you need in high school. I didn't go off with any teams in so I guess the culture that may you guys you got to get this guy. Your team and I was more content with just plan on the playground and play with the REC leagues arms. Approach me and from area was just it was golden. I started my sophomore year. Average seventeen players time ever playing on a organized. The probably the biggest battle for me was like I grew up in the projects and so I grew up around. A lot of grown men hung around a lot of grown men and so when it came to discipline me and tell me what to do like I was kind of hard. Hit in that fact. And so. That's what me and my head coach. We kind of bumped heads but I kind of knew what I wanted about. From the age of eight or nine. I knew I WANNA play basketball. Once I start dribbling I knew I wanted to play basketball. Because in the State of North Carolina Cal tar heels. Duke I wasn't Duke Fan and I love Michael Jordan out the every game. I watch a cargo. I'll go out and play grounds. Try TO EMULATE Jordan. Do his move. Beat everybody as Even a grown man. I would like eight like thirteen fourteen. I was I was be no man I was. Do you feel like that's missing now with The youngsters now or do you think every now and then some some youngsters like that. No you may five one or two but back in the day that was prevalent like that was you had to go outside and you had to play on the playground but you also had to prove that you belonged on the court like Jim. Because Ju got an. What's so different now is you got the rankings. You got everybody got social media telling every kid that they the best thing since sliced bread so with me it was it was a it was easy for me to just go out and play against older men now when I was younger I took those bumps and bruises. I got my bucket but it. It taught me how to fight. It taught me how to be two nieces. And instill some toughness with me when you go outside and you play against older guys was a transition from there to college. How did you pick? How'd YOU END UP MINNESOTA? Well Number One. I went to junior college. I So from High School. I was all stay. I wasn't a McDonald's all American which I probably I thought I should have been but I got overlooked school But Minnesota came down the line like I went to do three years like I tore my acl my first day of practice. And so I had to redshirt and sit out my freshman year of a joke. Oh Ball with was in western Nebraska Scottsbluff Nebraska so I wanted Western Nebraska Community College. And when I told my. Ucla call my mom. I'm coming home. Mob Said No. You're not what you coming back here for coming back here. Ain't nothing here for you so I think that was a a turning point moment my life were i. I probably wouldn't have been in this situation if it was up to me. Yeah because I wanted to go back home. I was already homesick. I was a mama's boy. I love being with my mom I saw she was like no. You're not coming back. You gotta go. You Got Dreams. Come back and throw it away if you got a great opportunity to be successful yet. So I stayed out there for three years. Setup whole freshman thome. Aco The first day of practice by myself going to get a rebound. Come down. Bop AND RED-SHIRTED REHAB. That whole year came back My my my first year my second year junior college all America there yet a junior college all went to the National JC Tournament first team all American and from area was that's how Minnesota Minnesota came into the pitcher. They recruited me heart. They recruited me really hard. Minnesota recruited me. Har Indiana recruited me heart Wake forest recruited me hard North Carolina's Day Oklahoma Miami white you set on Minnesota. What did you like about the one thing why pick Minnesota was number one? I always wanted to play for a black coach. Always play for white coaches and so at the time it was. It was a couple of black coaches in college. It was Minnesota. It was Oklahoma. Who else was it. I think it was my. I think it was Miami. Four tourism that many black wasn't that many black coaches and that was my main purpose. Why was that so important to you because I never had it out? I wanted to see what it was like that I wanted to see. What was there a big difference huge difference? Where was it was a huge difference now? The the biggest difference for me was like I had coaches that challenged me. But they didn't know how to handle me as as a young black man. It's different it's different. It's different most most and nothing to it. I think most coaches They get intimidated by you. Because you this athlete and you got this persona and you really good. They didn't know how to handle my ego but they didn't know how to engage me every single day so I stepped on campus coach. Clem Heston said everything that I wanted to hear when he recruited me but when I got there it was it was night and day like when I talk about the hardest coach To play for far as discipline Holding you accountable but also he will fight. You tell you like if you see me in a bear fighting helped to bear. Don't help me. That bears go NEOM. That's the type of coach that he was okay And so that type of debt sounds like coach Carter type all day and the one thing that really really resonated with me when he recruited me he was. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. I play. He played in NBA. He's like you got the potential to make it to the NBA. Is it going to be easy? No but if you listen. Listen and take the coaching. Because I'm going to be hard on you. If you take this coachee you got a chance to play at the next. No other coach just said I got recruited by all the schools that I said earlier but he was the one that said you gotTa Opportunity Plan. Nba If you do it my way you'll be playing NBA. Indeed you're listening. Oh yeah without a doubt like we bumped it but you listen but listen and I think as a young man. grown up. You need that. You need structure. You need discipline any guy you can't be. I think. A lot of coaches. We talked about this a few months back. A lot of coaches are to try to be there France. Trying to be everyone's friend and every now and then for the most part you you gotta be a very put your daddy fuck. Yeah you got. You got put the the friendship assigned and some time for that but not not during coaching. He like when I talk about father figure like I still talk to his wife. I still talk to. He's has his big old farm six hundred acres and Campbell Combo Cobbles Veal Kentucky Men. He's he's he's still got a relation relationship. Let's cool now. He's like my father that I never hat And so the guidance that he had given me this remember like when I want to Minnesota. I had two kids. I had two kids in Scottsbluff Nebraska And so that was another. Was that like man being in college. Two kids know career yet. Hut You handle that man. We know what I grew up without my dad and my life So it was easier for me to be a father and so always probably myself once. I have kids. I'm not going to allow them to grow up. How grew up yeah so that was a motivating factor for me And like I said where I met. I'm going to be a father you know who I am. I'm going to be evident in your life Olympic assistant in your life where you know when to do the right thing around. That's something I noticed with you because I see from the personal level. Now I've met. I think I met all your kids. The Jackson five hundred or more and you have an amazing relationship with all of them like all of them like like his his is motivating the see that like. I have a relationship that you have all your kids what did you. What did you do to make it that way like? Obviously I can tell your strict with them when it comes about what. What would you give to parents? Fathers definitely fathers to do that you know. I tried to break the curse like a most people come from a poor background father's not in lives as easy for for young men. Well there's white black Mexican Italian like once you don't have a data in your life is easy to say you know what I ain't I have a kid. I'm not going to be there like I had to teach myself how to be a great father. Nobody taught me that now was this. Was it pain? And was it tough? It was extremely toe. I mean especially not having income in college trying to provide But it was. It was humbling because I knew what I had to do for my kids and I knew where my is what my eyes were settled and that was making it to the NBA now. There were sacrifices that I had to make up to get to where I had to get to. Where with my kids? I was in college and I was in Minnesota. I couldn't see them as much because it was in Wyoming So that was a tough thing but that was the sacrifice that I had to make but now once I get to the NBA. Now I have the monetary lifestyle where I can go pick them up and they can be with me as much as they want so it was a sacrifice that I made the two years that I was in Minnesota But a dating go by that. I didn't communicate with them or I didn't have a relationship with a man I i. I'm in California now in all my kids in my house also you know and it's tough keeping fooling house right now because everybody wants to eat every damn thing Yep What was a the draft for you? What was that like when you finally find out you was gonna go to the NBA. Let relive that day for us. Now I'm going to go on. I like draft day was amazing but I I was a really good college basketball player like I want a lot of wars. Like you feel are you. You feel like you're better. You were better in college in the pro level you more successful. You had to pick one. Which one was more successful on? I probably I mean college was two years. I play in the NBA. For twelve. So I I think I had a better. Nba Caribbean a college career. But I say my in my NBA career got established because of my college because of the and Plateau that we read. Like I I was. The only player is still in school history to win. Big Template ear. Big Ten defensive player of the year has never been done So haven't net fee and conquering net. Like we had Kevin McHale went there. Michael Thompson Trent Tucker Sam Jacobson Quincey Lewis So many other guys that that's in the League has played in the League but I was the only guy to win both honors the same year. And that's never been done in the history of Minnesota so my MBA career was spun off of my college career. And I had one good. I had a really really good college senior season Where I collected all these days and that also was a wooden all American so that kind of helped me in it propelled me into the NBA draft. They like draft day was amazing. Man and a lot of people notice draft was in Charlotte North Carolina. Oh Shit Yeah right down the street at home so I didn't get invited to draft. What does have a college background like that and then get invited because most guys they only like back then they only did like the top lottery pick guys so they was one through fifteen in be maybe the top twenty guys like I was between twenty and thirty and late second So nobody knew I was going to get drafted at So draft day was very interesting for me but it was very cool because I got to experience that in front of all my family and friends type in. No if you go back and look up the draft. I'm GONNA stay as I come out of the stands get on stage. They call my name. I got my whole family and friends at the draft with me and so to cherish that with my mom it was super special And then get into the NBA and then taking care of her and not allow her to work no more. That's what all the sweat and tears and the ACA the ACL tares sacrifices unicycle prices. You make two kids. My role was a lot different than any other NBA player. I can guarantee that no I can tell you know other NBA player row to the was more difficult demise. Why so confident with it Because of what I went to How would I grew up what I seen and Not having a data my life growing up the project been in a drug infested area actually selling drugs and high school so my my my role to the NBA was was well traveled. But it was something that molded me into the guy that today. Exactly and It the things that I've the stuff that I've taken in my life and my career. Those are the things I can pass on to my kids. I can mold them. Show them like couple of days ago. Will you feel like your kids understand all this no they just understand the NBA life? They understood. That's all they understand now like my daughter? We were sitting there watching the final four on my on my laptop last a couple days ago And they didn't know I was as good then you know they see snippets and clips but we actually watched two four games. We watch the clips and game we watched the UCLA GAME. Watch the Kentucky game that's all in the NCAA tournament. And I told him just why I may my name because it was something that I had to do and I knew that goal was right around the corner so I kind of bubbled now. Play the best basketball my career and that was it man the NCAA tournament propelled me into the NBA but I always say the NBA number. One you gotTa have talent. You GotTa have heart working dedication and you. It's a little bit. A lot of luck has to go has to come your way so all three of those things play a pivotal part of me getting to the was an MBA everything you thought it would be. It was more than you thought it'd be before. What was it like we because you know everyone has a vision of what the NBA would be or is like you think that for year was more than there was everything that I that I that I thought it would be. You know Until this day you know. I'm I'm doing something that a lot of people will love to do. Bro. I'm I'm a pro. I'm a part of the NBA. I've been in the NBA. Since nineteen ninety seven in now and I and I it's a brotherhood outside the Brotherhood. We stick together We live a lifestyle. A lot of people wanna live just traveling Making a lot of money meeting a lot of girls meet and a Lotta actors and and people that end the music and Music and movie industries like the lifestyle is amazing The one thing I can tell young guys. Just don't get caught up in the hype and that's the one thing that I didn't do got caught up in hype I did or you didn't know. Explain what the hype is for you. What is it I mean because you can get lost in it like number one? It's social media's crazy now the good thing back then we didn't have a lot of social social media so it wasn't it was it wasn't it wasn't no social none. I think the only thing closest social me at the time is probably the AOL thing. Probably like ninety nine thousand but that wasn't even social media A the biggest thing was like chat rooms. What was what was it my space but that was way after that was my space was huge for nine nine not in the nineties. Not Ninety nine my space. I think came like twenty three or four shit. Yeah Yeah Bobby over your shake this up. Nobody's been sitting there bugging bobby over your popping bottles baby here. No I think the biggest thing was you know with the social media so mice space came then. People started getting amped up or with. I wouldn't say amped up I would just say it was. It was It was social media. Took a turn probably down the road. Okay so we didn't we didn't experience it at all. We didn't experience social media at all when I was playing. Thank God we didn't because all the trouble that the guys are getting in now. I'm just like meeting some of the old guys she'd be like man. Thank God. We didn't have instagram snapchat. Tiktok and all these other apps that can expose you so be in Trouble Mall. We would definitely. We was in trouble without any of that. Yeah so I'm just thankful that we wasn't part of that era now is very beneficial to have all these social media outlets to market your brand which is another amazing thing. I think where the League has taken a players has taken another huge jump yeah going into the NBA. Did you care what team you play for? Do you have a team in iron anything that you Kinda were? I didn't care you didn't care you want to be in the lead just wanted to be an elite and I hate guys say I wanNA play. I WANNA play for this team like this is a privilege like tell my kids all the time like this is a privilege to be able to do something that you love and you get the wake and a lot of people wanna being like this is a privilege. 'cause you're going up you're a bulls fan. I remember he told me all day. Yeah Kabul's Fan. So he didn't care. Yeah because there's there's dues like that though play like may be be happy that you have this opportunity to grace and walk in the area because noise only four hundred and ninety. Nba players out of the world. So what's trillion trillion people in the world? Like ninety this imagine itself for me. I've always taken it myself set like I didn't care I don't care why go I don't care what play I'm going to be happy. Did I like some of the cities that I played in? No but I did my job. I was a professional and I love going to work. Every single day was a league then to now like a players league how it is now. What was it like? What do you feel like? It's more of a players league now. It's always been a place league you think so. Think with David Star and him making that way I think he he he Guided and gave us the path to beyond bosses be paid money Other athletes can be played so the the League has really really taken a step fires. I player Lee in today's generation back when we were playing. We filling the same day we felt like we control the Lee is even more controlled now by the NBA player because the money the salaries the social media The endorsement that these guys get which is taking which is leaps and bounds of where it was twenty years ago was Ernie. Trae journey moves at ever like affected. You getting traded from this team or this team or anything like that that you kinda like the ham her by or anything. I was hurt. Doug got traded here from here from here to here from here like two thousand five. I was Kinda hurt. Yeah yeah because I gotta like. I had my best careers here. I came here in two thousand and they traded two thousand and five so I think I was. I was really hurt and that will really that at that time. That made me really understand. The business is a business. It wasn't a new our love the fans and but it was a business like I and the reason I say that is like I tell players is now you gotta look out for yourself whether you hurt whether you healthy like that. You control yourself and so for me like it really taught me that regardless of what you do How hard you put the work in How dedicated you are to the city like is a to it. This is made to benefit the organizations And not meaning by meaning that admit teams are willing to do anything to make playoff run and to win games and when I got traded may well actually with my second trade. I got traded my rookie year to Minnesota Then I got because I was only Minnesota two years so when I got traded from sack I was really hurt. I was bombed. You ended up coming back here back in. Oh it was great. It was great. You you sign here right free. Trade it aside my own will and you the craziest thing about it. I tell you a story my rookie year coming in like we play the Sacramento Kings my rookie year and we stay in downtown at the Sheridan Initiate Downtown Tech. Nothing Bro so why. Y'All like in every city. We normally go to go out. It was just. It was just a thing that we did. We went out every city that we wanted. So we couldn't find shit doing Sacramento. And I remember I tell people without the story you told me this man I would never play for the Sacramento Kings. 'cause they hit a do and now. I find myself. I've been here since two thousand. What about the city? You love about now that you still here. I mean you could live anywhere. Why did you decide to stay here number one? I tell people. Don't don't talk before you know the full aspect of what you're getting yourself into. Be careful what you wish what you wish for. And I'm I'm a huge believer that now I never say. Never Yep Because that taught me less and always I never get married. I got married. I told my first wife did I get married. I'm not getting married and got married. I got married. You may kid. We had kids and I loved her and we had kids but I always told myself I ain't get married because I never seen a healthy marriage right. My mom was always single eighty. I never seen a healthy marriage and I didn't know what that was like so now note does like Sucks that you had to. I had to go through divorce to see what a healthy marriages like but It's something that had to be done to happen I'm GonNA obviously talk about the conference finals. I mean it's probably the most successful. The kings dating Europe part of that. Was THAT TEAM. Like was that those times like man. 'cause it was it was special in the city here so I can only imagine what it was like for you guys brotherhood man. Yeah you could definitely tell us brotherhood complete brother like I like. I've never been up. I've been on teams where I play really really good players man and like play with K. G. Play with Stefan. Marberry play to rail brandon Play with the FONSECO. Ls play with Chris Webber might be Jason Williams. Lottie Pasia then Memphis pay with Paul Assault and Mike Miller Eddie Jones Then went to New Orleans play with Chris Paul Tyson Chandler David West I think you even played mcgrady out there fighting what the Houston play with play with threat. Play with Tracy and Y'all Ming So the list goes on man. So what was the difference between all those other players in that a win team like what? What brought you guys so close together. We'll bonded you guys off. I think rick album and did the general always like your coach is your is your is your general. Like he managed Egos. He managed plan time and he was really good at it. And so most coaches don't know how to do that essay skill to be able to manage eagles every single day. When you walk in gym and Chris Webber had the biggest eagle out of anybody but when he got here he seeing what Rick had implemented and coaching style and giving him freedom and giving him a voice. An offer as you. You couldn't you didn't know who was GonNa have a big night. You couldn't gain plan for who was going to be successful at night. You can gain plan for Chris. Chris have a bad night. Guess what page. You're going hit you for twenty five page ain't got twenty five. Might go hit you for twenty twenty five. Mike Ain't it. Go Me hit you for twenty twenty five blahdy so the Brotherhood Came from Rick Adamant in instilling in us. That team has to come before I and that was the most set that was that was the most pivotal thing that he always said. Like if you guys are thinking about yourself it ain't GonNa work you guys got to be willing to give each other's have each other's back once you step on. That floor is that what made you like him so much. He told me that. What was your favorite coach? He's very coach of all time Jim Because he number like I've always played for coach that was yellows and I hated yellows because always like I. It challenged me as a man. Yeah I don't don't don't yell at me. Bro. I'll tell you that to your face like I got kids. You got kids yell at. Your fucking kidding yell at me and I'll tell Costa me like the coach Minnesota me had. We had a dispute. We got into coaching Denver. We had a dispute are cursed him out so it was all about respect. Respect me in the workplace and you talk to me communication like. That's the biggest thing like open lines of communication. These huge most coaches back. Then there was yellows and screamers and I didn't like yelling and screaming now. I had a yelling and screaming Minnesota in college but I wanted that at that time. I needed that because I was still a young man. There's a difference between college high and pros. Yes you're dealing with grown men you deal with groman own money. They probably going to be here longer than you are. And so most some old school coaches understand that I had a problem. Issue with it But the Dana set me apart. We Rick was. He brought me to office in no other coach. Done this by defining my role for me as a basketball player. I this is what I need you to do. I know you WANNA be a starter but I think for us big successful and for you to be successful in your NBA career. I think this is the role that I think and I was like. I'm Rollin. With of course I went to. I went to practice trying to beat a good team player. A good team player but bus. Mike Bibby S Jason Williams is every single day. But I knew I. My job was to make them better than most guys don't know how to do that. They get caught in a phillies. While Star affects the game and it affects their play with me. And I'm in a great situation to be guys coming off the bench or Al Starter to have both sides of the fields. I can guide them in. Give them the right direction. You obviously did better off the bench with the kings and there's other teams you wink when you are. Starting Your what. What do you feel like you? Why would you that? S successful as a starter. Then out the bishops because of the coach or is it because something the team. What do you think I think it was the coach but is also? I think it was me really diving in to my skill set and working really hard like I would always be the first Guy Jim and Alaska Jim so I think that played a really really huge part in me be as successful but I think Rick Almond gave me the confidence to go out. If I made a mistake. He wouldn't pull me out a game previously called you before. If I made a mistake wanted to mistake they will pull them out again. He will let play through the mistakes and so that helped me as young coat allowing guys to play their mistakes make mistakes if they make multiple multiple multiple stakes. Now you gotta pull them to side. But they didn't pull me out when Rick then pour me out. When I made one mistake. He allowed me to play through it. Gay My confidence and built my confidence own the floor. Accuracy that I could definitely see that What was the brother Li? Like outside of court like did you guys all hang out. See where divide Doug you guys hang out outside also or is it just during basketball now we we season well like when the season's over where you guys still kicking it or not well. Most most guys went because Sacramento is not a destination with guys won't the summit. I end up staying here in the summertime because I had I had kids and I just my kids was born here and I just love here But most of the majority guys they they would probably go home and like guys do now. They go home because they want to go to L. A. and they want to go to Miami. I actually my first three or four years in a league. I was working out in Miami Into I got a girl and then I got a couple of kids. 'cause Miami's chance so that every single man you go to Miami before you get into relation married. Yeah you do. Miami's Brazil haven't been there but you better not go ask Shit But you know it was that kind of like a relationship off the floor man it was. It was amazing because we we brotherhood like you any event. Any birthday Hanging out like we did it all. We did it all man. We did that Iran over here man. You got six feet baby. Give me six feet damn. I took a big hit. Let me get some water bus you while his small choking on a cigar. Hey we gotta have to edit that yet now which you know edits. He's like he smokes weed. I is let me tell you something I I only smoke. I told you buy only smoke like two three cigars. A year by this is new to me. Oh Man Live. You got you a point over here. Yeah I'm Kinda telling myself now now so during that time. There was a lot of teams poor. Lynnwood STAG EVERYBODY UTAH. Obviously people are gonNA say. Kobe Shack was the best duo. Yeah is there any any team that you think was underrated that you actually on the court with them? During that time that you're like Dan. These teams actually under the radar. That you don't give him as much credit as you think that you think they probably deserve. Portland was really good. Really good. Phoenix was really good with the star of mines. In Steve Nash. Dallas was really good with Steve. Nash Dirk. I remember that before. Dirk before Steve Nash with the Phoenix You guys paid in the in the UTAH. Yeah Yeah so. It was a lot of good teams man but I don't think anybody with better than that. Lakers team Bro shacking. Kobe were forced to be reckoned with and probably the two best players to play in that in the era. Yeah do you guys? Do you feel like you guys got rob. You know the reference to jail for that. So how do you feel yes but doing doing the playoffs? We felt we felt that we can beat him draft especially when we went to the Western Conference finals. Hail Yeah we at home court advantage. We had the best record I honestly at the we lost that series. We kinda felt that we got cheated. We felt was finding people. I feel cheated. I felt we got cheated. And now all this information comes out a couple of years later about rest fixing games and Kind of verify. What what we went through but at the end of day like I don't like making excuses game seven at home. We should've won a game like we beat ourselves game seven. That was probably be does harm. Yeah that was probably the best rough game out of all seven games and by saying that is I. We lost that game ourselves. They didn't beat. We beat ourselves with the misery. Dole's dimissed wild open. Threes Always just came down to The lakes executing and we didn't execute down the stretch. The think that a mess you guys up going to La and being big city going out or anything like that today if anything to do with it or it probably did but going out you guys was everybody on a strict like less win neier by one St. They was a strict. We went straight. I think because we don't have curfews today like the NFL like you. You got being like eleven twelve curfews. I the coach was like before the playoffs. I who I want you. I'm GONNA treat you like men being in a reasonable time. Be a professional in this business assault. Had to say some people did it. Some people didn't But I think everybody came To the Games Ray. Prepare willing to play I think being L. A. It's just a different moss to bro. It's a different master I. It's you know the lights and a glamorous when you talk about statement distraction. There's a lot of distractions in La. But I don't think distracted us. I think we had a lotta great we. We had opportunities to win again. Like I said it's tough. Plan eight people on the floor when you post to be playing five so I think we everything right way. Did we go out and do we have a good time? Where WE IN Yeah we like we. That's what you're supposed to do you an NBA UN and Western Conference USA. Paul Post to go out and have a good time. But then you pose the hell be responsible a handle your business. The Right Way Missile If we had to do it again what are you doing different like meet personally? What what would I do differently? What do you think the whole team could have done different to win? She size make free throws game seven by Blahdy. Grab the rebound. Yeah that fucking real. Can you do differently? You Know Ory Robert. Horry hitting the three If he makes if he grabbed that rebound instead of tapping it out. And that's little shit like we can look at all the call the the free L. A. Shot In a four they shot twenty eight free throws in the fourth quarter. Like you can't control that All you can do share memorable game or time during that year that crazy year. Goodyear success for year was one memory that you just love from that year with the team. one memory. I love that year I don't know if it was A. I think you know doing that season. We was really good and we travel and when we travel we were gamble all the time and so while we gamble we play this game call in between and so it'll be me body pay. I mean me Blahdy Web and Mike. Yeah Valley Web and might and be like Damon. Jones are Mateen cleaves So we play in this game called in between two cars. You Bet and see if the car comes in between whatever car comes in between if you don't get it got mashed a pot shit so gets up to ridiculously Ike. Sixty seventy thousand dollars with is that there's all the plane going to New York So bloody ends up winning the pot I ended up losing a bit So blahdy cool guy is. He's Light Yeah. I got idea I want you to pay my money. I said Man. I can't even I WANNA pay you sixty seventy dollars anyway. Breath his what I gotta do. I said what I got to get the hell out of this bed. The you sure you won't do it so he was like. You gotta take all your clothes off on the plane. It's wintertime Mac. Daddy in the middle of winter in New York from the plane to the bus to the busted. A hotel so. I take all my clothes all gals of tank. Top boxers Mature socks as some hard bottoms coach. Goes Adam Light? He's looking at me laughing at me. Like what are you doing? Bro like body. I just love seventy thousand dollars of Lodhi. He's you gotta take your clothes off. You got on the bus with no clothes. The clothes that you got you got on the bus which boxes and tank top on riot to the and we stayed at the trump plaza go inside of trump plaza singer who let the dogs out so no one had his own been no no video. Can I looked exactly how social media man it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't no video cameras. No nothing like so. I'm on a plane tank top draws on flight attendants looking at me like I'm crazy. Everybody dying laughing. If he would've said you know you gotta get on the plane but negative I would have gone on to play but negative for seventy thousand dollars. Well Shit so he could clean and all his all. I had to do a scene who let the dogs out going into the trump plaza. Hotel and I say who? Let the dogs out like a motherfucker. Guess what when? I'm getting off the bus. I'm like who could dogs out guys behind me like who do some walking light who that the dogs out. Who who've who've who like. I've walked walk into lobby. I'm seeing who let the dogs out like bunch of people in the lobby. Shit a bunch of people So that's probably one of the funniest memories that I have doing that year Where I lost a lot of money. I had to pay him. He he was not he was not big on. If he wasn't he wasn't I big on collecting money For guys didn't make like him which was so awesome so cool. That's why he's way yet right now. You got a good heart. Grayhawk BIG ARC. Yeah does he still bring that up to you every now all the time he tells that story all the time he tells it all the time and I'd be like yeah. I wouldn't butt naked. If you would've told me go but negative I walk around like this cover my part but I would have walked in there but negative so now we know we were. You would do for seventy thousand man. Listen listen allies thousands of my pocket. I would have been like yeah I would have did it again. Look if it happened today I will do it again shit but I probably wouldn't be betting the type of money that you guys were betting back then I would not. I'm I'm such a data as right. Now I'm wasting wasting so win. When did you know you had to retire? Wonder how did that come about like? How did you come to the conclusion that it's time to retire? That's that's that's actually a really good question. You know I was like after the ninth season. I was working out because I was a free agent because I still. I still have been more than just hang working out working on the Psalm. I'll plan and working Skills and drills stop but in a break breaking my hand in the summertime early in the summer came back was about four. Six weeks came back. Working out again broke. My hand again broke the same hair. So leading up I was Kinda like man. This is a sign. I'm huge guy like size like so. They thought that was assigned for me to move into a different direction a different career. I kind of wanted to go into coaching. And so I woke up that morning. I told my wife at a time I've lied. I'm done playing basketball shoe. What play basketball. Call my agent. Tamdan playing basketball. He's a now you'd think about it. No didn't even think about woke up that morning. I'm done playing in my age man. My my ex wife was mad. Yes she was meant both man. They tried to talk me into it and I was like this. I broke my head twice of already talked to. Gop trio me coming in On the coaching aspect. I want to take the next phase of my career and be a coach. I had already lay these out two or three years before I retired. Like making these connections letting people know that. I want to be a coach so when I woke up that morning it was A. They tried to talk me over. They try to talk me back into it by blocked now. I'm done so I just retired. That morning didn't even think about woke up like did you regret it later. No not any regret. I probably could've played one or two more years but for me I like what's the point of playing one or two more years and then you got your whole life to figure out the basketball and so it was kind of easy gesture for me to walk into that light but most guys. They don't know how to do that. Most guy shot hold on hold on hold on like I could have probably played a couple more years but at that time I thought God was. Give me a sign that said you know what time for you to move in a new direction. Try to figure out. What's the next phase of your life? How you concrete Because you got fifty more years sixty more years to do this so it was easy for me. Just walk away and and walk into the coaching side. Did Coaching Fulfill Your basketball. That love they had for basketball fulfilling for you I got. I think if I wasn't around coaching I probably would miss lump crazy. Yeah like would regret. Yeah Taryn yeah but I had opportunity to still be around. Young is be on a floor with Experienced and get the knowledge and understanding game in a different in a different. I as a coach like is so much work that goes into coaching the players. As me I didn't I didn't think about all we had to shove play wash. Ma'am get the Scott Report and then we go play. That was easy thing like coaching consists of so many different moving components that these guys don't even understand what it takes to be a coach so for me. I like I got the players. I now the coaches I like you breakdown film you watch film you come up with schemes to try to be other teams. You come up with plays this GonNa put you in the best place in the best spot to allow you to be successful on the floor. That's what coaching the as a player. You don't look at that you just go out and play you. Follow the game plan. You know hot guys. Are you know who the main guys that you gotta key on as a player but as a coach you got all those moving components that you gotta think about? What'S THE BEST SCENARIO? Was the best five own afford the right time box? How do you? How do you serve who you serve for? How many minutes are you going to give the reserves? You know if you're stars and not rolling do you. WanNa keep the benching. Allow them to finish a game. Special situations outbound plays time. I play so is. Coaching consists of so many moving components. That that's why. I love it because allows you to grow as a young man. Gr allows you to grow young coat but it also allows you to be have an impact on your players and give them the right information to go out there on the floor to be successful Would you Do you plan on? Maybe being head coach one day or something like that. Something on your goals or something you would want to do or now. What's Bobby Jackson? Coaching career looking like. Maybe somebody would want to be on your team. Just because you're a black coach That's a good question. You know I you know anything. I do always want to do it to my go. Billy's and harder go home. Of course I would love to be a head coach. And that's easy thing to say I mean but the toughest thing about being head coaches you got twelve or fifteen guys that you gotta managing you gotTa make sure that you're getting the best out of them and for me. I can say I to be a coach in my my future my sight but sometimes it's not meant for you to know. I WanNa be a coach when that time comes. I know I'll be ready because all the stuff that into the study studying that I've been through But also allowing aligning yourself with the right personnel to help you become successful It's just not that coach's job to make twelve fifteen guys. Success say it's decision coach's team the a video coordinators the strength and conditioning guys physical therapy guys head. Coach is in charge of everything. No I can say I would like to be cold. But it's so many moving components. Of course I would love to get my shot if it does it. I won't be mad. I won't be upset. A will be disappointed. Yeah but because I know the work that I put in and I know the knowledge of the game that I know And the respect that I have for the game And being a coaches heart bro. It's hard like people honest. How hard. It is goes. Managing Egos it in in and making sure everybody's on the right page and not showing favoritism like is. It's so hard and I think that's the thing that I've watched. Luke do and a wise yeager do wash rig do as a player It allows you take different things in different components from every coach. That you've been a that you've been a part of and try to implement it into your coaching style. Yeah I was trying to get you to say no. I don't WanNa do it? Because he maybe you know you get what you don't you know we talked about. Be careful what you wish for now. I think I like that time. Come and if it do come. I know I'll be ready. We'll it'd be hard. It'd be extremely hard. I'M NOT GONNA lie And ask the beauty of being a coach. It challenged you every single day to get the best out of your your group of guys. I think you did a good job. I mean me I mean I always looked for you like I said I watched you. I think you did a hell of a good job with Isaiah Thomas Man I think you. I think you were a big part of him being good. Do you think you were obviously. He worked hard and did his thing. But do you think you helped them? I'll tell people all the time. I got Even for me like coaches are like stepping stones for you as a player players already. Good wants to get into the NBA like you you like you got to the NBA. Because you really US really good now. Those guys go over the top now you have to have a different mindset once you get here is. Al Was a different mindset. Like he worked harder the any body that I know right always the first guy. Jim always the last guy. Jim Wanted to watch fan. We Pete it. We play one on one that he was a student of the game. And I think that's why he was successful being a number sixty pick shoulder and had a chip on the shoulder and most guys get to league like he wasn't satisfied Jim for debt. Was the number ten. Pick a spot. He was Isaiah was way better the him because I did did all the things that Jimmy didn't WanNa do And not saying Jimmy didn't work hard. Is there worked even harder? You know he wasn't willing to use a whole nother gear yeah. He wasn't willing to succumb to the success of making it too early. He was willing to go far and beyond overboard to make it and be an impactful player in the league. I think that probably also comes from him his background. You know he probably always had that always. Have you always had a work that much harder? You know what I mean you. Little Shit have a chip. Yeah you always gotTA chip. Yeah like I wasn't six five. I was five eleven and so I had a chip. Most small guys have chips like Isaiah had a chip where he knew he was better. He was willing to work To be great and I think that's the one thing that propelled him was his willing to work through all the adversities that he said in his life especially with being small then people he kept people. Kept telling you to small you to swell too small and I've kinda resonate. I understand that so that was on my show. He just took it far beyond with the work ethic in for me. It was my job when he's a I want to be in. The Gym is my job to be there to help him fulfill his dreams. Co so after that you ended up. Comcast you ended up with Sports eleven forty. What was your career? What all that were We're we're back in the coaching. And all that. What was that like sports jacket while tradesman did you like that would you like better the radio the TV probably Radio Radio? Tv's hard what's hard about it. It's hard for me. It was hard because I was. I'm blunt and honest and for TV. You can't be blood and you gotta be careful what you gotta be careful what you say and I wasn't willing to compromise my To sugar coat things then I love. Tv taught me a lot of things But also rub some people the wrong wet In hindsight now see that and I understand it But at the end of the day it allowed me To do something to see if I can tackle this. This tough mountain is is tough because it was hard. Because I've never done it before And I know basketball like the back of my hand. Yeah but that's a different thing now. Here's a different thing. This now. How you relate where people gone standard but when you working for organization or working for a team you always gotta make the team look inferior and for me. I was always you were doing. I wasn't doing it I was. I was just saying what people seem and they didn't want me to say what I seen. They wanted me to big up the team and now I know that I am when I watch other teams do it like nobody talks bad about the the teams that they work for a and for me that was it wasn't like I was talking bad. I was just pointing out things that obvious the obvious things but from a basketball from basketball person and that Kinda rub people wrong way And so it was. It was a great Stone for me but it made me a lot of things though. Radio's not like that radios the same way. It is like especially if you work for. Say you work for Case K. And that's the kings network. Now you definitely gotta do talk about good you got you got talk- good things about the team and not the negative things or what you've seen. Well well that should have been drawn that way. They should a subdistrict. You can't give your honest opinion. You gotTA GIVE A I. Could you opinions? You haven't heard who me. I. Battle May because law deportment asylum. GotTa you gotTa change his up. You gotta you stop talking bad about the come on. Let the dogs. Maybe the guys are at Gaza looking at you like you. Ain't you know what they got problem with me. Tom Come see me. I I'm riding with them is just what I see as a basketball player and it wasn't like oh man he suck he. He'll need to be on the floor. It was just like certain. Plays out breakdown. It'd be like now. That shouldn't happen that way that it should have been executed better. That was a bad turnover by demarcus cousins or Rondell need become a much better shooter. He has to knocked their shut. Like those type of things you gotta be able to. You got to be able to explain it in a positive manner instead of negative matter now I get it. If I had to do it again I probably would change it because it it. It helped me grow. It helped me grow young coach now dealing with guys. Now you pick and choose your battles. I wasn't willing to pick and choose my battle. You know four years out of the League four or five years I still. I relevant still. Was You know cocky? And how little bravado and thought a newly game so it Kinda homemade brought me down alive to the really appreciate. The real people are going to them. You know so. I think that that was something that really really helped me throughout my career So after all that you ended up back on the coaching staff now I wanted to ask you this. Is there any player that you You have you ever said anything like have you talked to any of your Guys that you worked with the same way that that I Coach in college. Talk to you like a Yo. You have the skill to do this. You need to do this. Interest-rate up with him. Have you done that straight out with him? I mean but some people don't take it the same way that don't you gotTa know who you play it in today's NBA. I I grew up in all schools. Mba were you got talked to like us a piece of shit now like you gotta be positive and wash you positive positive. Now you gotta take that one negative and you gotTA show 'em on film instead of calling them out in front of everybody. I think that's the biggest thing for me like I. I kinda frowned upon coaches. Trying to call me. I'd be disrespectful in front of me so I've kind of taken that and implemented into my coaching style. Were if I see something wrong I just pull a guy to aside and yeah you keep making the same mistakes bro. I you can't do this because if you keep making the same mistakes coach saying and then you plan time and minutes going diminish so. I'm pulling to size so unique director and I can see it you know and that's how I handle a now. I don't like to do it in front of everybody. I like to pull them to a size. Sean on a Tape Indiana. Allow them to make the adjustments and then if they don't make the adjustment that's on them because now the coaches seeing them making it. Now I'm just trying to warn him how not to keep making those same mistakes and now is affecting your plan Tom. After the whole Bat coaching and everything I know you said you invested in a lot of businesses. When is a cigar? He did cigars you did. A and now you're getting your basketball academy up and going up before we talked about Your Basketball Academy tell me about all your investments made and did you learn anything. Good Investments Batman's anyone's that? You're like them. Tell me about that because you you you. I mean as a player with money you always. You always want to invest in things that allow you to grow up. Had you know I think the very first thing I invested in was basketball town? I don't think he It was over in Rancho. Oh Yeah Yeah Offer Sunrise. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah I'm best. That was the first basketball facility that I invested door. Really Good Day camps Did Kleenex a tournament? It was probably one of the best invest my may then I got out of it And so you always have up to now. I invested in film Yeah but Guy Name here Dionne Taylor. He's actually has some really hot movies lately. intruder black and white He's doing a really good job so I did that. Maybe ten years ago. Why vessel with Dion? And he's taken over. He disguised that our limits. I'm sack doesn't granite. Beg Brother He's really really doing a really good job Made ME TO BLACKS. Got Meet the blacks to coming out And so like his career has taken off. I did that longtime ago. what do you get when you're going invest it something? Where do you look for besides the business aspect of what kind of business it is? What do you look for anything in particular as far as the person's character? Wh What is something that draws you to invest in something? I think them wine when when I'd say tell people when they think about investment I will. I do your homework I Do you horror with homework. Home is is Phil. Finding out every detail every Nookie cranny you can find in Zippy look good on outside may not be good on outside and inside so Always tell people that like makes you do your homework. I know And and make sure you don't look at it from a perspective where you looking glass and you could see it just makes you dive deep into if that's what you really want to do But for me I always trying to figure out what's the best fit for me Because people like washing NBA like I guarantee every NBA players going to get hit with a thousand investment yet so many opportunities to invest in things now is on you to make those opportunities and that decision which you some going to be good. So I'm going to be bad. I remember. I invested in his real estate company. And the dude embezzled all the money and luckily I didn't invest a lot of money and it do end up going to jail for a long time because he embezzle millions of dollars. Oh yes a few from Sacramento and luckily I like. He kept need to invest. Two million dollars me. You invest two million dollars when we were building home building with buying up sacramental and do what? What did you do wrong there? Did you know like I'll invested crazed thing about it I I? I've like you know what I am going to give you a little bit of pot. You can flip these little bit home so I invested like thirty forty grand. I didn't he wanted me. Invest two million so within that thirty forty million grand. I didn't like while I was getting back from it. Self from net red flag was a red flag. Like I'm GonNa give you two million dollars in. You can't do the right thing with thirty forty like that'll be make sense so for me. Game a little piece of the Pie. I didn't give them a huge piece of the Pie Did I invested in Marijuana? Yeah remember you. Invested in marijuana one went good and one. Dingo good again I think what was the difference between the good and the bad one embezzlement another one. Yeah yeah people people don't like I'm probably the I'm like so honest so like money doesn't cause I came from nothing so for me to say you know what people when they see money and they see I gotta get that but there are lot honest people out here doing it the right way and then I found another person. Who's doing the right way and one person doing runway? Luckily I went with Ron one. I want with the right way and I would think about like when I've are invested I never invested for through. Yeah like I always give you a little bit to what you do and if you do it and then then I can make my decision if I wanNA give you a lot. So that's a good tip. Yeah so that was just me like I would never tell somebody to come in and throw a bunch of money at one thing and by giving them a little piece of the pie to see what they can do with it. And now you're not like a fuck because it what investments you always gonNA as a risk that comes with investments But also having the right team join you do diligence making sure you do your your screen checks and make sure you make sure people is the jet. They ain't got I. I got this my mom I if I if I find one person. Say One thing bad about you in a minute for me to work with you just like if somebody's like a businessman you won't say one bad thing about me and I think it's I think it's easy to do like I think it's easy to be a good person good hearted person when she wants you dive into business so what made me who my own thing with the Basketball Academy. I got tired of giving my money to other people I says Shit. I'M GONNA do my own thing. I can control this basketball. Like the back of my hand like you know boxing. Like the back of yeah. Why give you money to somebody else when I can invest in my own self? Yeah and so for me that would make me get into the Basketball Academy doing this. Because I know if I messed this up on the back of Bobby Jackson not on the back of somebody else so that will make me really become our entrepreneur. What's going to tell me about your best basketball me? What is going to be like? What IS HE GONNA. Wh- what is going to be different from all the other wounds? Tell us more about it. I think the big thing was going to be differences. Were actually we have a fifty two week curriculum That consist of making kids better every single day. And Larry who says the best we just reinventing? The sauce dislike you with boxing. You just raven the sauce and you have a recipe and you have. I forgetting boxers To the pivot of the careers I think basketball has been around for so long people. Try to reinvent the wheel. It's not about reinventing the wheel like because everybody can be a trainer. Everybody can be a box trainer. Everybody can be a basketball trainer. I agree but the biggest thing for me is everybody doesn't know. Would it takes to get the athlete to that to his elite level and be consistent in that was high school. Whether it's college and then you can say you know what I I had a foot in this been successful and for me. I don't look at it as a monetary thing. I actually Jamie Love Watching. Kids get better every single day. I love that you said it's not about money from me. I tell people that all the time my man the reason why I feel like I'm doing good with what I'm doing this because I don't look at is the money thing I honestly has love doing. Yeah now money is always a good thing because you got to pay your bills but at the end of the day smart about it. I I love watching kids. Get better every single day. Love watching them grind. I love watching him. Come and pick up the skills every single day. And that's the reason why I created. Because if coaching doesn't work out knocking walk away and I can dive into Kademi doing this and not have to go by man. I WanNa keep doing coaching or do I want to focus on this. So coaching is right. Now I'M A. I'm a steak with coaching his loans. It takes him but I know I got basketball. My Best Ball Kademi over here that I know are you can develop these young kids when young age and then they give from elementary to junior high to high school college and then once they get to college and then you'd be like go ahead you. You like you own enough to make your own decision. Now if I've done a great job and you still comfortable with me. Once you develop into that player that you want to become now you can just come back and work out and be the person that you are within facility so for me. It's just developing really giving him the right from the mills and skills to understand it but it's also about allowing him to be young men and young women And talking to them in Ran Vietnamese but also giving him the confidence to go out there and believe in themselves. Yeah you had mentioned to me that you wanted to do something similar to what I'm doing with the warrior program would levels stages and stuff like that. Did you put something together like like? I said we've got fifty to fifty two week curriculum. And tough thing about it when we corona here. I've only had two classes and luckily I didn't go build this big silly. I rented it out with knee high skew school and we were doing two days a week. We've given a test run and we were saying how it was going. We was getting really good numbers and then they came in on the back burner but I've been talking with my team and we'll come up with innovative ways to do online Courses to our members With Chris Paul and Larry Hughes we all in under the same umbrella. Bt is is the company that guiding us and giving us The right information just all alone call today trying to come up with video content. The put on a website But the biggest thing is I who knows gonNA happen. Yeah I win a period where you don't know what's going to happen so just try to drive is much content to your website and in social media so when it's time for this to be over with now you have a platform stand on and people are going to keep coming back to you and you have it So once you get back and going I I'm always be a part of Jose. Maradas BOSTON CAB. Because I love what you do. I think you're a great guy But I also think you're you're a great train also the reason why. I'll go nowhere where I feel like. It's bullshit appreciate. I think it'd be a great job and you you. You've been a still in this community for so me so many years taking over prime time and turn I honestly. I probably Bro. Thank you because this year was some shit when before you came over and I like what you've done and When I talked to you about it trying to get some ideas and inputs Me To get part of be part of what is it in like a elected carnet. Yeah Yeah when when I get when I get cracking. I'm a I'm be a small come over to the small member side and check you guys out. Yeah What I WANNA talk about. You know about the gym and everything. We should talk about fantasy football baby. I almost say some bobby. Bobbies been boxing for Shit. Eleven year. Boy Guy Hands Boeing. He priority had hands going up in the hood ball. Bobby got hands. I'll put money on bobby boxing. Any Basketball Player. Bobby smacking him. I've always said it. Made Bobby got hands so you tell them about fantasy football but I hate fantasy football because I never pay attention to it. Like every my week You say you didn't like excuses but don't come up with excuses you it'll be my weekend. I have light is nine players on the team right. He's only once a week. You check you. Don't check it that much bro. When I heard like I have five or six people playing. I have like three guys not playing because I didn't go in and change my roster for the week not making excuses. Sometimes I did it but majority of times. I didn't do it so I would come in Las- last like the last two years last year and what happens when you come last in you gotta get in the ring spar everybody that's in the League which is draining abroad. They're good though he was hands but he was don't pay at. The end collapsed time. I was tired. A big was big. Daryl fuck try to test me Bro. Six seven six seven testing me. I couldn't get I couldn't get around Jab Jab in the shit out of me so I just like get get Panam I'll I? I got got a mormon robes. He was over with but he have jabbing the shit out of me. I couldn't figure out how to get around that jail. Hey because he's big got that later he got that little jabbing shit out. It was good times man. I was good times by appreciate it. Bye Right after that. I think Bobby said his is here she? That's not doing this. No more man made to be no fighter fight but not like that. I have to if I had not. That's a whole and that's the one thing that I respect about boxes The mindset the physical aspect the mental aspect and condition. It comes with being a boxing. Med is probably one of the toughest things outside of sports. And I m people think coming in a boxing ring is easy no heart condition yourself to be a great boxing number one. I don't know why anybody WanNa get hit upside the fucking to be a bosses. I don't WanNa spar do nothing. I just want a bag. That doesn't hit back like I love fighting as always so no. I don't WanNA fight. I don't WanNA spark but as a whole `nother level her it is man. It's like it's a different level and that's one thing that I respect about boxing. That's why I love box because I know what it takes and a toughness in grit the grind. That you gotta go through to become a really good boxer. It's like no other sport. Hail you actually by yourself like it's not eighteen. You guys on the outside of the Corner Cornerman. But you're in the Dan ring by yourself basketball. You got four guys like Orion Golf you by yourself Tennessee by yourself. But that's not a physical tested like knows you get tested. Get tested by your man you. You don't get tested by getting jabbed in the face get punched in the is. That's the one thing I love about boxing. Man You get to it you to grow but allows you to reach areas in your training that you didn't know you can reach but it also makes you feel good about yourself go cold so I'm going to start asking you some off the wall questions now. They have nothing to do with anything. 'cause after a while and just first thing that comes to your mind just answer it favorite restaurant and sec favorite rush Makoni Kunis. Dan Kunis is hot. The third person to tell us Mukunda was your favorite role in these Dmc role cousins. Eddie MC role or the Trainwreck or the lobster volcano row. I've got those three that I kind of go back and forth with okay. Tell us something about Bobby Jackson. Not many people know. Don't tell me the twin that you got twin. I know that can we a lot of people? Don't know that I I tell them that. Bobby has a twin sister. Yeah probably WANNA probably most generous person that you know like I give you the sheriff. My Ba- Mama's Missile me too thing. I love about you but I'm a Momma's boy to and I remember your risk your Respond said Sarah. Now I was straight Mama's boy probably people don't know that I was Mama's boy and wrong. We'll be you know I'm I'm still almost boy another thing. If someone is looking a beer get in the NBA. What would you tell them? We'll kind of Advice would you give them someone crying? And now these youngsters out here get what lay some up on some game bobby. Where are you telling them? number one. I will say that the biggest thing that I find in young kids now is wanting to an NBA. I think most people want to give it given to them I would say you know your work ethic Your desire And your decision making in your sacrifice has to outweigh any other thing when I mean sacrifice. I most people don't know what sacrifice me when it comes to become an NBA player especially a young NBA player like a high school. Most of my friends wanted to drink smoke weed and party and in college. You WanNA drink smoke. We can go to all the party. I that those sacrifices that you have to make to become an NBA player. Like I didn't drink smoke until I got done playing professional basketball and so that sacrifice for me was. I knew what I wanted I would say. Don't get caught up into all the hype. Don't get caught up into the HOOPLA. Be Your own man. Be Your own. Be Your own woman in walking only and don't be a follower. That's a good advice. Because there is a lot of followers people try to do some consoles and not because in the heart Anything you WANNA add on to the podcast for anything on AD. Nah Man. I'm a good time. I appreciate you for having me. Oh man it was great conversations man breakup now you what made you want to start this? Jose Morales Boston. Kademi and change from prime time. We'll made me. Yeah Oh shit man a lot of things but the biggest one I wanted to make me you know what I mean a prime time with me. I mean I wanNA make me. I wanted to the biggest thing is to the warrior program. That's me that's something I created something like you said. I wanted to change people's lives outside of boxing and I wanted to make him a better version so they did on thing outside of boxing in Buckner. Their world champions. I'll be like you know that was me and I felt like I couldn't do that under the primetime umbrella. So that's what made me do it and I think ever since I did is probably the best decision I made man What do you think the biggest? What was the biggest jump from you? Leaving Primetime to Jose a gambling on yourself so like you got other small businesses that want to take jump. They scared what would you tell them? I would tell them fucking overthinking. I didn't overthinking I. I knew what I wanted to do. I left the prime time because I wanted to see if I could do it under prime time but I felt like had been established for so long already had an identity. You know what I'm saying. I can't change that identity and with me soon as I came in. I I made it me. I didn't think about it twice but I said I'm GonNa do it on did it. And I think that's what people struggle on people start to think and think like how you did it when you were going to retire. You're like fuck I'm done. You didn't overthink Shit. You said I'm done and that's what I did. I said I'm done. I'm going to change it. I'm GonNa make me so that's what I would tell. People think whatever decision you're making if it's in your heart it's in your heart you know when there's there's a difference when you fill it in your heart when issues like. I want to go to Hawaii when Bush H is that you want to do versus when it's in your heart like Damn. I really do want to move to Hawaii. I'm saying there's a different type of you feel it when it's coming from your heart so coming from your heart. Manson's jump on it and do it. And that's that's exactly what I did and I and I man I gambled on myself and I will do it again. I had to just kind of like you're gambling on Bobby Jackson Academy. I think that's the biggest thing I think the biggest thing we've been small businesses and believing in yourself and gambling yourself. You got to be willing to take that leap of faith hail yet. You understand that that's going to be some bumps along that row and that drive but I think if you believe in yourself guess what once you find the right people that can carry out your game plan and follow your dream. I think you got a great thing going. I think you've got a good thing going here. I love coming here. nothing but great things From you and When I walk in here Kelly running running day to day and and allowing it to grow with David and great trainers guys that really understand the game and the one thing I really love about it. Is you got guys really boxes. That's trainers now. You allow them to grow and build. Abraham believe themselves. That's what I really love that. Yeah thank you man. I in this similar. How you said Rick Ataman had that conversation which you guys and was like Yo as a team and that is the same thing that I do. I have my team Bro. This is this is the vision. That's what we need to do. And let's all put the puzzle together and I think that's what you gotta do with any business you know. Everyone has to believe in the vision. That's for the business and then at the same time they gotta have their vision. What they're working towards for themselves. You know saying last thing. What made you start this podcast. Oh Shit I honestly did not want to do it as long as time. I don't want to do a lot of people told me I didn't WanNa do it. The one that made me do it. I went to Saint Louis with a whole bunch new entrepreneurs worldwide in. This dude comes up to me. His name is rob comes up to me and he's like well you need to start your podcast. And he tells me the reason why as all and this made me change and you have a platform already you have so many people around you you can talk to that you can promote and then you know. How bad would it be that you get to? Promote people out of your. Jim talked to about their businesses. Talk about their life and get to get people familiar with people in your Jim You know what I'm saying and then on top of that you could get. You could talk to so much easier like for example this added in no you and you didn't come here if I told you sent you a message on Instagram Ayla. I want I really look up to you. Want to meet up with you. I WanNa talk to you more. You're most likely going. Connect with me versus me telling you. Hey My name's Jose. Morales this podcast. I'm a big Fan of yours. I would love to share your story. You most likely going to connect with that versus major saying you're awesome. I look up to you. You get a million of those messages saying so that's really what sold me on it. And plus since I started doing it I've noticed a lot of people don't like them but each episode hits different people you I have. One episode is female base. A lot of men AIN'T GONNA fill it school but this is a female based like right now. A lot of basketball people going to the females ain't so I enjoy I network a great way to network but in top of that is a great way to market. Your Business without even marketing. Your Business and his boxing is for females and males. Yes so whether it's me it will i. My job is to like how I kinda perceive life is. My job is to inspire females males kids and I think that's the platform that you have and I'm like the one thing that I've said I like when going into business always shot to find things that I know like damn. That's all really really good idea. So I got approached the other day about this streaming company called X. OD and they won't meet a run. The Sports Unlimited Department Which is they got their own online streaming you charge you pay and I get to be the guy that runs that and these guys are land. I'm still molding and over trying to figure out how I can work that in because my schedule is crazy but I get approached by so many people and you look at so many different investments investment. They won't run it. My thing is do. I have the time to run it and bring content to their site within that site. You own your own. You Ain't gotta pay people stream for you. Give them a percentage but you own the rights to your own company your own podcast. So just talking about it. Like I got approach. Three days ago guy came to my house said now we had great meeting was on the phone with the CEO he knows I have the connections through the NBA. He kind of wants to market through all sports and give people because the facebook is raping you. You youtubers raping you. Instagram was raping you. Why not benefit from all your livestream events and you prophet and alleviate the middleman yeah so I got approached with that so when you talk about building your own brand brand like how do you get people to like say. How do you get like say David Gaza? How do you get people to believe in yourself and say you know what David? I think. It's your time to go out and do your own thing like how would you give him actually having a conversation with him direction to go because Davis super dopamine super talented like for me? I love building guys up and I love seeing people be successful though. So how do you take David and say you know David? I think it's time for you. Do Your Shit. I actually had that conversation with a lot of times by the way I think it starts to doing as good question by the way you start to do. That is with building their confidence. Get into believe in the system and believe everything. A lot of trainers that are just teaching. Don't jump the ship to having their own gym running their own thing. 'cause they don't have the confidence behind the front side of it. You know the marketing the lease all that they don't have that so you have to kind of baby them into that. Look get him. See how you're gonNA run that the system getting a believer? How they're going to do it once again. More and more familiar with all that didn't like okay. It's not that bad. You know what I mean. That's how you slowly Kinda push him into the pool. So how did you get there? How did how did you get to? I know you took the leap. But how like is there a person or individual? Yeah coming to faith moment. Who was that personal individual that coming to moment Major realize that it was time for me to jump into Jose Morales boxing. The cabinet me is My back my background before me. Teaching me I I was in automotive business. I I was able to manage a service department cars and all that and I was able to make I had employees had big had a big team like forty forty people. I was overlooking. You know and cars and everything so me being twenty one twenty two. Doing that gave me the confidence. Like Oh Shit. I can run a business in cars. How the Fuck inaug-inauguration do it with something I know like you said I invested in myself if I was able to do it with something. I did not like something I did not love. There's no way in Hell I can. I'm not GonNa make it happen with something I do love. You know what I'm saying and that's kind of where I got the confidence behind it. That's where I got my feet. Wet like okay. They should. They should something. I see doable. Something I can do so then when I got to boxing already have that confidence I already dealt with payroll. I had already dealt with taxes. Already dealt with all that I was ready to do it and I mean and that's where I have to get David to see I have to get all my trainers see but those are the steps were taken because I he's gotta get familiar with how to teach trainers 'cause you you're not gonna be able to be a have your own Jim if you can't teach somebody to run your program who run this and that's why I'm working on with him right now as you know you got to be a leader now not just not just teaching class. You got that down when I got to be a leader and that's what it takes. You got to be a leader when you run a gym your Lebeau ro any business your leader with so. That's why I'm working with him on but that's definitely my plan with everybody. I tell all the trainers that have come across. If you're still with me and ten years teaching sounds wrong broke. Yeah yeah sounds wrong with that. You shouldn't be here. You should have your own shape. Gotcha last question. What's up noted you a family man. You got a beautiful wife and you got to kids. How does the Jose Morales Boxing? Academy help you improve your family but hoddle is your Fam- help you improve. Jose Morales Boxing Kademi. You have to have a good balance So it is it's I think A lot of people have a hard time balancing that out. Like if you go all in on Your Business and you. Kinda don't spend time with your family. That's where that especially with the Finn asked like I'm here with females females. Yeah Mario Average shoe though is to my wife be like Yo a what the fuck you know what I'm saying so you you have to bring him along you know they got us. See that you're actually grinding. You know what I mean. They gotta be living in what you saw up. Bring him to like at the beginning of you don't believe I'm grinding at the gym from five. Am I'm here? Come up here with me. See what I'm doing so you could see. I did that a couple of times. And then she got to the point like okay but I believe you and once they see that you get the trust they know what you're doing. I mean you gotTa really do that. And then at the same time you got to spend time with your kids near spend time with your wife and not all business. You know what I'm saying so I've always been in their life where I've always. I will my kids and my ex wife like. I've always traveled a lot of always been busy so not but I never owned my odd. Never owned my own shit like always invested in investment partners. So now finding that what Mylan Academy now. I gotta find time to do things. I gotta be locked in but also have a balanced with my kids family but also make sure that I pay attention to them all the hell out of everything. I set up dates. Particular for like Friday is from my wife on Sunday. We flipped with my kids. I on Sunday. I'll be with my oldest. She blew my youngest and we'll go on dates with them. Okay just create that one on without you know what I'm saying. Saturday were altogether will do whatever the hell together and then Monday to Friday fry All Jim that's off and then on fights upbringing bringing with me when we go out of town. My family with me. The in the stands cheering from our boxers. They're they're we celebrate together. Part of it. Okay you know. Bring them with you. It is that is a hard Anything yeah hard balanced ballot shit. Nah appreciate you asking the questions anything. How how can people keep up with by being the Bobby Jackson Basketball Academy. How can they stay in touch? What's your Social Media Social Media Instagram is B.J. Ba And my my website is The Bobby Jackson Basketball Academy DOT COM I'm Bobby Jackson. Seventy three But you know I just try to make sure that that you know. I make sure I'm taking the right steps What does long is GonNa be a long haul like I. It's I people want instant gratification. Really quick and sometimes something's take some time to develop a in Driven in the right direction and saw mentor for the long haul. Just like you were you in yourself and I think when this Kademi gets up backing running I know is going to be totally different where everybody else is doing. Because number one like I said I implemented a warriors stages stages were who got beginners intermediate and advanced in. You grow with the shirts that you receive. And so within the fifty to rick the with the fifty two week curriculum. I know other trainers in other gems. Not doing this doing this proven because Chris Paul and Larry Hughes is doing now is for me being in this Sacramento area where your own and you respect them but this market is so saturated with basketball and the only bad thing is like. I'm all about doing things. The right way. Fundamentally disciplined organized structure. We got the same so it may take some time. But I know and I don't want I don't talk bad about other trainers. I just know I talk about myself that I normally be doing something totally different than what everybody else is doing. And once that time comes where they see that my academy is driving. It probably be one of the best academies in the world. Maybe we're GONNA go for the world. Yeah without a doubt. Yeah I you made me think of this but I see. There's a lot even with here in gym. I feel like a lot of trainers go day in day out and just run the class or run the thing without really trying to teach and without really trying to groom somebody. You know what I'm saying. And that's the biggest thing that I hold. The trainers here is like. Oh make sure you're teaching. Make sure you're grooming. No make sure you're you know what I'm saying. Teaching comes with studying to be a great teacher. You have to study what your craft is and just because you know what you're doing in basketball says I was nine years old but I had to take a different path which starting my own Academy. I had to be acceptable to listening to Chris. Paul listen to Larry US meeting in them and falling their curriculum that they have already have over five years and they got over four hundred and fifty members in both academies. And that's what you should go to get to them. And I and I'm not I number. The biggest thing is being humble and ever know everything you don't know everything like always regardless of what the plateaus that I reached The team is in the goals that have achieved in my career. Like going into a business like you got to be willing to be Homo Ball. So be willing to adapt and learn different things every single day. Yup Very true I agree. Brother is so. I'm going to end it but before I end I want WanNa say one thing last thing all those people whatever you working towards working man because I'm realize living a dream. I'm literally sitting right here with my childhood favorite basketball player. That has now a good friend of mine for years now and we're chopping it up and we have so many things in common Raise by single mothers the struggles everything in a such as bust your ass out man. 'cause Look Shit Shit really happens in thank you Bob. People coming through prominent. Thanks for hill and I appreciate it. Yup Hi man if you guys got anything from this podcast like Cher centers a message. Tell me what you guys. Tell me what you liked. Give us some feedback and we out he's.

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Bobby Tuna Pt. 2: Robert Platshorn

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Bobby Tuna Pt. 2: Robert Platshorn

"I'm vanessa richardson introducing a new podcast original today in true crime today is friday friday august twenty third two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen thirty six serial killer henry. Lee lucas was born in blacksburg virginia. Lucas confessed to committing hundreds of murders during his life. Although some investigators and historians believe i believe he was exaggerating today. Historians debate whether lucas was history's most prolific serial killer or merely early a liar playing the system today in true crime is podcast new daily show that relives the biggest true crime events from each day in history. Don't miss today's full episode follow today and true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts. It's now it was early. December nineteen seventy seven around midnight and george purvis was scared as as hell standing in the pilot house of a shrimping boat called the two bears he was looking for a big colombian trawler off the coast of north carolina. It was carrying twenty two thousand pounds of premium colombian marijuana a second boat. A large jot called the osprey was somewhere nearby waiting to start offloading. This was purposes first real test since joining the black tuna gang run by bobby plants horn and robbie mind stir. The gang was one of the biggest marijuana smuggling operations in south florida. If everything went smoothly tonight it promised to be a big payday and more importantly purvis knew he'd earned the trust and in respect of body and robbie on his radar screen purvis finally spotted the colombian trawler he radio to to the ship using a prearranged call sign pescadores grandes big fish. The trawler captain responded with the same phrase and purvis knew he'd found the right vessel. He called the osprey to tell its captain. It was safe to approach. The captain wade bailey. I moved in to tie up alongside the trawler aboard. The two bears george purvis washed the unloading begin. Once the osprey was finished bailey had instructions to take it to a stash house about twenty five miles inland up the cape fear and brunswick swick rivers leading daily to his work. Purvis turned his shrimp boat around and headed back towards the north carolina coast. He felt giddy sense of relief he would see that everything was ready at the stash house and then head back to the hotel and wilmington he should get there just in time in for some well-deserved breakfast what purpose didn't know and what would surely have ruined his appetite if he had is that wade bailey a the captain of the osprey was working for the other team. I'm i'm how will heart and i'm kate leonard and this is kingpins apar- cast original every friday we journey inside the ranks of organized crime rings <music> from street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or queen pin rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we followed the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. You you can find all episodes of kingpins all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify just open the app tap rows and type kingpins in the search bar. This is our second episode on robert platform and the black tuna gang a marijuana smuggling organization that was based out of miami in the late nineteen seventies last week. We saw well how bobby and his best friend robbie mind stor got into the smuggling business. They turned a side hustle into a multimillion dollar marijuana smuggling and distribution operation this week will explore how everything came crashing down leading patch worn to become the longest serving nonviolent marijuana wanna offender in history in the events that follow there are several discrepancies in dates in years between the official government indictments and and the stories told by robert platt shorn and the other figures involved in this episode we have gone with the dates provided in official sources at podcast. Yes we're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing. Reach out on facebook and instagram at par cast and twitter <music> at park has network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help us by the middle of nineteen seventy seven. The black tuna gang was at the top of its game. They'd already earned millions since starting out moving small amounts of pot in pennsylvania in one thousand nine hundred seventy four now they were among the biggest marijuana smugglers uglier in the country and by some accounts the gang was bringing in as much as half a million dollars a week they had a fleet of yachts and private planes at their disposal and they used vans with sophisticated radio equipment to eavesdrop on law enforcement according to some reports they how does many as sixty employees and associates including boat cruise security men and pilots they also had a number of legitimate businesses mrs some of which they used as a front for laundering their drug money among them was a barber shop a marina and the south florida auto auction chen bobby's used car dealership at the top of the food chain bobby and ravi lived like kings. Both had mansions in miami in their wives live spent their weeks collecting jewelry art work in antiques. They also both had a cocaine problem though they only dealt professionally in marijuana china they bought coke by the kilo for personal use spending as much as fifty thousand dollars a week on the drug they used it to entertain friends friends and guests at lavish parties at their homes and aboard their yachts. Their own drug use never seems to have interfered with their ability to run their business business but in the coming months the drug habits of their employees would cause increasing problems in their operations. They've been using an the ocean front presidential suite in the fountain blue hotel on miami beach. As their base of operations it was posh two stories sweet where they wined dined and supplied cocaine their clientele at all hours of the day and night but as their organization grew larger they felt l. uncomfortably exposed in the fontham blue so they bought a luxurious houseboat called the beams post time and outfitted it for doing business snus and partying they moored it right alongside the hotel and even had phone lines connected to the boat by routing them through the fontham blues switchboard did they knew they couldn't keep going in the marijuana business forever but for now they had a lifestyle to maintain and once they got their legal businesses up and running they could leave the smuggling life for good at least that's the story they would tell later at the time there was no evidence to suggest they were actually making any effort to get out of drug smuggling government records indicate in fact that they were intending to branch out into other popular drugs this including cocaine and quads they discussed expanding into the west coast market as well their partner a big gene myers had a cousin in las vegas who went by the name of scratch scratch was a professional gambler who wanted in on the marijuana business bobby. Ian robbie sold him a couple of bales of their santa. Marta gold to get him started. Then in the summer of nineteen seventy seven they flew out to vegas to meet with him and his local connections scratch met them at caesar's palace where he'd arranged for them to stay indefinitely greeting them in the lobby bobby. He said sorry. I couldn't meet you at the airport. I had some business to take care of for frank. Scratch it turned out was part of frank sinatra's entourage and he had an idea for how bobby and robbie could get set up on the west coast. He introduced them to a number of associates. It's who were interested in getting into the smuggling business. They were men in dark suits with names like sal tony and vinnie bobby would later stayed aid scratch was trying to campus to the mob a few years later the government would accuse the black tuna gang of conspiring with mobsters to distribute more drugs but bobby has since played down the incident arguing that it never came to anything and that it wasn't their idea in the first place in any case when the talks with the mobsters fizzled out scratch had another idea to lure the black tunas into the west coast post market it involved the affluent and growing community of rancho mirage near palm springs california about a four hour drive from las vegas frank sinatra and a number of other well-connected and high profile figures lived in the area scratch knew a guy who could get property for them nearby. The idea was to buy up a number of contiguous lots and build a private cabana and swim club they could cater to the local wealth and ultimately lee sell their new clientele high end weed through his connections in las vegas scratch promise to get several of the big casinos involved. They expressed interest in leasing a few such cabanas for their high rollers who wanted to visit palm springs. It seemed like a perfect opportunity. Scratch took them out to rancho mirage and showed them the property ten neighboring lots that would be perfect for a high in club. They also visited the palm. Springs is airport which was on native american land and controlled by the agua. Kellyanne tribe scratch assured bobby and robbie that with the right amount of money they can land a plane on the runway unload its cargo and have no problem from the local authorities in the end the opportunity. He was too good to pass up. Bobby put down ten thousand dollars to secure the lots in rancho mirage and scratch assured them that frank sinatra would be their first club member. When the cabanas were finished they also gave scratch two hundred thousand dollars to purchase an old lockheed constellation transport plane the connie as it was called was an old workhorse of the nineteen forties and fifties it had four engines and a big enough enough cargo capacity to haul more than twenty thousand pounds of marijuana in a single trip. It would be the perfect plane to supply their future buyers on the west west coast after returning home to miami. They waited for a call from scratch. Confirming the purchase of the connie after two weeks and numerous unanswered calls at scratches home number. They began to get worried. Finally in the middle of the night scratch showed up at bobby's bobby's door disheveled looking like he hasn't slept in a week big gene was staying at bobby's house at the time and scratch sat down and told the peer wooded happen. It turns out that after robbie and bobby left scratch was informed by one of his contacts that local law the enforcement had gotten wind of their plans to buy the plane and use it for drug smuggling. They were planning on picking scratch up. When he came to make the purchase he he took the money and fled riding buses all the way to miami with the briefcase clutched tightly to his side that was all well and good but when bobby opened the suitcase there was only fifty thousand of the original two hundred thousand left in it scratch it turns out had tried to salvage salvage. The situation by purchasing brothel sex work was legal in nevada and scratch had bought one of the well-known ranches with the black tuna gangs money think it even had its own landing strip where they could conceivably offload plans of marijuana bobby and big gene were flabbergasted and i an angry they had no desire to be in that business and running a drug smuggling operation anywhere within fifty miles of a brothel was a surefire or fire way to end up in a nevada prison. Scratch eventually left promising to get their money back. Bobby never saw or heard it from scratch again and this horrid miscommunication signaled the beginning of the end for his operation coming up. We'll explore how drug use an internal divisions spelled the beginning of the end for the black tuna gang when i was in in school the cool thing was durant iran if you had a duran duran shirt. You're definitely cool these days. It's bomba socks that bring out all the envy on the school yard. 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Crime never takes a day off and now neither neither does podcast follow today in true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts now back to the story in mid nineteen seventy seven the black tuna gang had experienced their first view missteps the proposed california ah -fornia expansion had gone belly up when their clients scratch was fingered by law enforcement however officials were still no closer to catching bobby be plant horner robbie monster who cut ties with scratch and went back to business as usual smuggling marijuana into florida following several several successful smuggling operations with stash houses in miami. They decided it would be smart to change their normal routine. Instead of offloading voting in miami they would take shipment up to new jersey it would confuse law enforcement and it would please their clients in the northeast who would be able able to avoid the risky truck transportation from miami in addition to changing locations. They also decided to just use one yacht for offloading instead of two through their associate mark phillips. They purchased a huge yacht. A one hundred four footer called the senator for for backup. They brought along a second slightly smaller. Yacht called nature's way. One of robbie's friends in new jersey offered to let them use his marina for off. Offloading the plan was a disaster almost from the start when bobby and robbie arrived in new jersey to inspect the marina they discovered it was much too small to dock their huge. Yacht the water was so shallow. The boats wouldn't even be able to enter the marina china much less dock there with both yachts already heading for new jersey. Bobby and robbie had to find a new place quickly. They decided united to look for a stash house like the ones they'd used in miami in the end. One of bobby's pitch men friends arranged for them to use the dock at an unoccupied unoccupied fishing club that had gone bankrupt. They paid the caretaker and his family to take a two week vacation and arrange to have the senator unload. Its cargo there in order to rent the place. They told the realtor they were filming a movie about drug smugglers starring robert redford. They disguised two their communications van as a film crew truck complete with a logo of a fake movie studio. They used it to deliver rented sound stage equipment into the fishing club. They set up lights boom mics reflectors and even a real movie camera along the docks to complete the scam. It all ended up being a big waste of time and money the morning after the transfer was supposed to take place at sea. Bobby woke up hoping to hear from the senator that it was loaded and inbound for the fishing club instead he got a call from his supplier and columbia the trawler with the weed on board had spotted the senator but the senator had mysteriously fled after the trawler had made contact he was sending his ship back ax south toward florida and suggested rhonda viewing in their normal location near the bahamas. Bobby was dumbfounded but didn't have time to be upset upset. He had to move the entire operation back to miami and figure out a way to get his yachts to the bahamas. He quickly realized that would be impossible. The yachts were so big and slow. They'd never be able to catch up to the trawler. The colombians promised to wait in the bahamas for no more than twenty four hours. There just wasn't enough time so bobby arranged with big gene who was monitoring commission from miami to have two more yachts dispatched to meet the trawler in the end only won a big gene. John's managed to reach the colombian ship up as a result. They were only able to get about half the load the colombians who by that time had been at sea for a month through the rest overboard and headed home. It was a disappointing end to a disastrous endeavor. It didn't help when bobby found out the reason the senator senator didn't rendezvous with the colombians as planned after the yacht returned safely to the marina in new jersey bobby learned that the captain and crew through coked up and paranoid had convinced themselves that the trawler was disguised coastguard ship after having spent a serious amount amount of time and money in both new jersey and miami bobby and robbie alternately made very little from the sixteen thousand pounds of weed they taken from the a trawler both their buyers and the colombians were upset. They knew they needed to save face as quickly as possible so they contacted mark phillips again and bought another yacht even bigger than the senator. It was a one hundred ten footer aptly glee named the presidential. The colombians agreed to send another load of thirty five thousand pounds to the bahamas around labor day of nineteen seventy seven atten big gene several black tuna employees were monitoring the mission from the gangs high tech communications van in fort lauderdale word came down that the transfer went off without a hitch but bad weather forecast for the presidential trip back home troubled bobby as he went to sleep that night when the phone woke bobby up before dawn. He felt a not in his gut. His fear hadn't been misplaced aced. It was big gene on the phone telling him that he'd lost radio contact with the yacht and hadn't been able to reach them for an hour but before four losing touch they told him they were taking on water and we're trying to get their bilge pumps. Working bobby looked at his watch. He could go buy spare spare pumps low them on a helicopter and deliver them out to the yacht assuming he could find it out on the ocean but it was still three hours until any marine gene supply stores opened. He told big gene to keep trying to reach the boat. In the meantime he started making phone calls to arrange a rescue mission. Robbie agreed to handle business at the auto auction while big gene continued to monitor law enforcement channels from the communications van. If the boat was stranded somewhere it was vital that they reach it before. The coastguard at eight o'clock sharp bobby walked into sears and purchased bilge pumps then deliver them out to the airport where an associate was arranging for a helicopter bobby would use his own plane to begin again searching for the yacht himself throughout the afternoon. Bobby flew search patterns around the region where the yacht was supposed to have been but he couldn't located his anxiety and frustration continued to grow when big gene reported that he still couldn't raise the presidential on the radio. It was becoming apparent that the yacht had either sunk or was dead in the water somewhere rain and fog forced bobby to call the search off and wait another day before starting out again. The only good news was that big gene reported all was normal on law enforcement channels. Neither the coastguard nor the bahamian authorities seem to know anything about a drug laden yacht the next day the helicopter finally located the presidential financial the to spare bills pumps weren't going to do the yacht any good it was beached on its side and quiet kkob on great avocado island and there didn't appear to be any activity either on the yacht or the beach around it. Bobby immediately hopped in his plane and flew out there himself. You've he flew over the cove. At low altitudes several times one of the yacht's crew members recognized his plane and stepped out of the dense. This man groves at the edge of the beach waving at him using a tube of lipstick that his wife had left in the plane. Bobby wrote a message on his window promising to return with a boat. It took another twenty four hours but the gang eventually rescued the crew of the presidential they'd been hiding hiding out in the muddy swamps and mangroves for two days without food or fresh water despite being muddy and thirsty. They were otherwise unharmed. The captain reported that when the ship began to take on water during the storm three nights earlier they'd been unable to get the bilge pumps working fearing the yacht would sink he decided to beach it in a hidden cove hoping the load could be salvaged there but as more details began to emerge in private of it conversations with the crewmen it became apparent that the pumps had been just fine instead the crewman who'd been sent down to turn the pumps on was so high. He passed out in the engine room before finishing the job by the time another crewman came down to look for him. It was too late in any case. They weren't out of the woods yet. The captain assured bobby and the others that they hadn't seen anyone snooping around the yacht it would be safe to salvage at least some of the marijuana so the gangs rescue boat a yacht call fishing fool return to the beach consented dini out to begin offloading bobby was monitoring the situation overhead in his plane. Here is where some contemporary newspaper newspaper accounts and the story told by bobby many years later diverge bobby tells a swashbuckling tale of two dozen bahamian marines jumping camping out from behind sand dunes opening fire on the rescue boat and its crew in this account bobby swept down upon the bahamians in his plane like a kamikaze fighter pilot to scare them off. They turned their machine guns on him before retreating back into the woods official accounts accounts. Tell it differently there. Were only four marines not dozens and there is no mention of gunfire or bobby flying overhead whatever happened once. He retreated back to a marina on nearby chub cay with the presidentials crew. Bobby got a call from big gene who is still monitoring things from fort lauderdale. He told bobby that the bahamian marines and police as well as u._s. customs and the d._a. We're all looking for the smugglers who had just escaped. Meanwhile gang members marc phillips and george purpose were on their way from north carolina in another yod still intending to unload the presidential. They didn't know that the authorities had taken control of it. Bobby knew that phillips and purvis would stop up at nearby walkers key to refuel before heading onto where the presidential was beached so he dispatched a pilot with a message telling them to standdown. The pilot took bobby's plane and left immediately. He managed to get the message to purvis but on his way home he was stopped. Adopt by authorities and arrested. The plane was searched thoroughly but since there were no bullet holes or any illegal drugs on board they couldn't prove move. It was the same plane that had buzzed. The presidential with bobby's plane grounded on another island. Bobby now had no way to get home with the crew of the presidential bobby reason that the rescue boat the fishing fool couldn't safely take them because authorities were looking for the presidentials missing missing crew. The fishing fool was sent back without bobby or the crew and opponents arrival in miami u._s. Customs inspected the boat inside inside and out meanwhile the heyman authorities were busy scouring tiny chub cay looking for the presidentials crew bobby and the others hid in sweltering garage underneath an upturned fishing boat while marines searched the area once the coast was clear bobby had to pay a hefty bribe to the dock master for keeping the searchers away from their hiding place now ten in two thousand dollars poor bobby still had to figure out how to get home. There was little doubt that the authorities would be back again tomorrow. The simplest solution was for big gene who was a licensed pilot to fly in during the night and pick them up to bobby's great surprise in irritation big big gene refused. He claimed there'd be no landing lights at the airstrip and said he didn't have keys to the hangar where the planes were kept bobby. Bobby was now desperate and angry. He'd have to figure something out on his own with the help of some local friends. He got his hands on a small small plane that was parked at the airport. It was owned by a wealthy businessman whose pilot conveniently lived on the island. Bobby paid the pilot five thousand dollars to give him the keys with a promise to leave it at the fort lauderdale airport bobby in the crew of the presidential left chip key before dawn and made it safely back to florida they passed without any issue through customs telling the officers story about a fishing trip that ended with them getting robbed that explain their bedraggled appearance and lack of wallet so we're i._d.'s. The agents bought it and let them pass through unquestioned. They'd managed to get home safely without getting arrested but the fallout from the disastrous mission was only just beginning as with the failed transfer in new jersey a few months earlier drug use among black tuna crewmen had led to the second failed expedition shen and this one had resulted in a beached ship with thirty five thousand pounds of weed on board authorities eventually counted founded seven hundred forty five bales of marijuana on the presidential after all the accounts were tallied up the black. Tuna gang lost a million dollars in the debacle bockel. It also led to a split between big gene and the others big gene has been running. The mission and bobby was only supposed to been peripherally involved old in the end gene had refused to leave his communications ban and bobby had been the one who'd risked his neck rescuing the crew when big gene had been unwilling to fly them out of chubb key that had been the last straw following the disaster bobby and robbie more or less us cut ties with big gene as bobby and robbie struggled to recover from this dramatic setback authorities. He's found something else of interest in the presidential. It was a stack of papers relating to a business called the green turtle construction company furthermore the yacht itself was registered in the name of roger culpepper authorities knew absolutely nothing about green turtle title or roger colpepper but luckily for them someone from within the gang would soon be willing to tell them everything they wanted to know. His name was george hervas coming up. We'll see how the government finally closed in on the black tuna gang with help from informants. An investigation called operation bonko. Now back to the story in the fall of nineteen seventy. Seven law enforcement was getting dangerously close to disrupting the black tuna gangs operations bobby plants horn and robbie mind stir had lost an entire tire load of marijuana when they're drug addled associates failed to make the shipment the debacle with the presidential didn't sit well with bobby ian robbie they'd come way too close to being caught and they were starting to have more failures than successes. It was time to get on the right right side of the law before it was too late. They began to pass the torch on to other gang members. People like george purvis bobby and robbie. He's still fronted money and offered assistance but let others lead the operations. That's how purvis found himself at the helm of the two bears in december december of one thousand nine hundred seventy seven overseeing the transfer of twenty two thousand pounds of pot from the colombians what he didn't know was that wade bailey the boat captain he'd hired for the job was working for the government after seeing bailey really begin the transfer purvis went back to the hotel in wilmington north carolina there he could relax and celebrate a successful mission with robbie who is monitoring law enforcement from the hotel later then morning when bailey guided his loaded vessel into north carolina's brunswick river for off loading customs agents. Were there waiting to seize the cargo. No high level members of the black tunas were there when the raid went down but one of their implies was there waiting in a rental truck for a load of marijuana he was arrested and soon began to give information to local authorities stories when investigators found out that gang members were monitoring law enforcement from a hotel room in wilmington. They immediately dispatched watched officers to the sweet when the officers got there they found the room empty robbie purvis and the others were long gone on upon hearing about the raid. They'd immediately fled buying plane tickets back to florida the failure of the north carolina operation coming on the heels of the disastrous presidential fiasco convinced bobby and robbie that it was time to put an end to their smuggling work for good there. There were already people in custody who could lead authorities to them. It was time to go on the straight and narrow but either the lure of easy money or a sense of obligation to friends kept a bobby from severing ties completely as nineteen seventy eight rolled around he was still working with george purvis helping him get established in the smuggling business in january of nineteen seventy-eight purvis purvis was on a plane which was landing on the colombian airstrip where bobby had nearly been executed by greedy military officer eighteen months earlier. You're the plane had been modified illegally with extra fuel tanks so it could travel longer distances while approaching the secluded landing strip drip the pilot lost control of the plane it crash landed in the jungle losing both its wings and leaving a mile long trail of debris <music> purvis and the pilots were okay but any hope of returning with a load of marijuana was crushed yet another failure upon returning to the united states purvis learned he'd been indicted in north carolina for the osprey incident two months earlier having hired wade bailey the government's informant himself. He was not surprised when the indictment came down deciding he wasn't and cut out for smuggling. He went to north carolina and turned himself in while he was being held in north carolina d._e._a. Agents visited him in his jail cell. After interviewing him several times they realized he was just the person they'd been looking for an insider of the black tuna gang who was ready to come clean purvis felt that he had gotten in over his head divorced and paying costly alimony payments every month he'd originally been hoping for some adventure as well as a ready source of cash he'd been bored working in his a father's car dealership but life as a smuggler wasn't all it was cracked up to be. He was ready to get out going undercover for with the d._a. Was a perfect way to extricate himself from the situation and hopefully avoid jail time after agreeing to become an informant hervas purpose posted bond and return to florida where he went back to work with bobby and robbie at the auto auction by this this time in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight a joint operation between the d._a. and the f._b._i. Had begun to close in on the black tuna gang back in september of nineteen seventy seven not long after the presidential was beached and confiscated by the bahamians. A man walked into a bank in miami beach. He had several gold chains around his neck and his shirt was unbuttoned halfway down his chest. He was carrying a briefcase case with half a million dollars in it. He deposited the money into an account called bill marr the same man going by the name aged roberts had been in just a few weeks earlier and had deposited six hundred thousand dollars into the same account all in cash hash at the time. The bank teller had found the transaction highly irregular and had contacted the d._a. The d._a. had asked the teller color to let them know the next time. The man came in so this time agents were in place to follow mr roberts after he left the bank doc it took several months of sleuthing but they eventually discovered that h roberts was really herald blooming lumine they would eventually discover discover handled the books bobby and robbie the accounting question veal mar had seen over ten million dollars in deposits in nineteen seventy eighty seven operation bonko discovered that via mar was the pseudonym of a south american money man who helped drug lords hide money in overseas accounts taking a fifteen percent commission via marwood hide illegal funds in offshore accounts in the cayman islands switzerland lend and panama he also routed payments to suppliers in colombia operation bunko set up a surveillance crew at howard lumens house one day dark haired woman in mercedes showed up at the house apparently to conduct some sort of business. The woman was is lynn horn bobby's wife her car was registered to the south florida auto auction at this point agents began to connect connect the dots some months earlier in the spring of nineteen seventy. Seven a stash house near miami had been rated. It was stacked ceiling ceiling high with marijuana. Several men were arrested but they were released a few weeks later when a judge ruled the police did not have probable cause ause to raid the house among the evidence detectives had found in the house were receipts for the south florida auto auction. Even though these receipts could be used in court. This was a vital clue for the detectives. Investigating operation bunko the auto auction was now connected to both the bill maher cash transactions and an incident of drug smuggling the agents ran a background check on both bobby and in robbie they discovered that in addition to the auto auction and several other businesses. The pair also owned the green turtle construction company <music>. This company didn't appear to be doing much actual construction business but they did on a large piece of undeveloped property in south florida agents learned that bobby and robbie had discussed using the green turtle property for a marijuana growing operation this had been in december. Uh of one thousand nine hundred seventy seven right after purposes operation in north carolina was broken up by authorities. Bobby and robbie had been brainstorming ideas ideas for how to get out of the international smuggling business but remain in the marijuana game in any case agents for operation bunko connected connected another dot when they discovered that papers for the green turtle construction company had been found on board the presidential after it was searched by bahamian on officials. The evidence against the black tuna gang was beginning to pile up when george purvis agreed to become a d._a. Informant informant in february of nineteen seventy eight he would help bring it all together. The presidential was registered in north carolina china to someone named roger culpepper purvis would tell authorities that roger colpepper was an alias for robert plant horn the same man blown the auto auction it would take another year before operation bronco was ready to provide its evidence to a grand jury free but once they did the jury very quickly returned indictments on bobby robbie big gene and a dozen others they they were arrested in april of nineteen seventy nine the trial began in september of that year and george purvis wade bailey and several others ars including the realtor who had leased the stash houses testified against them in fear for his life. Purvis eventually went into the witness protection action programme. He wasn't the only one who heard rumors of threats against his life. In the midst of the trial in december of nineteen seventy nine the jury was sequestered so that a law enforcement official could address the judge bobby and robbie the official alleged were plotting to disrupt the trial by killing the judge. A jailhouse informant had snitched asserting that bobby had told him about the plot it allegedly allegedly involved using bobby's mafia connections which he'd made in las vegas to handle the assassinations bobby and the others vehemently lead denied the charges and they were eventually cleared but their problems weren't over the law enforcement official also accused them of trying to bribe jurors in the end one juror was removed and later charged with obstruction of justice bobby's wife lynn was implicated in the bribery scheme automatically pled guilty. Bobby and robbie knew that the feds had enough dirt on them to put them in prison but they weren't seriously worried. Their lawyers assured them that nonviolent marijuana charges wouldn't result in more than a few years they were wrong. Eight members of the black tuna gang were convicted of various charges under a nineteen seventy law commonly called the king pin statute it had been i used to convict a number of high profile drug cartel figures over the years including most recently el chapo of the seen alot cartel bobby and robby were the first marijuana smugglers to be convicted under the law in his defense bobby quipped. I'm not even a safety safety pin. Let alone a kingpin. The trial judge who had to use body guards throughout the trial because of the rumored threats against his life disagreed read in court he stated the price for participation in this traffic should be prohibitive. It should be made too dangerous to be attractive. If the judge sentenced bobby to sixty four years in prison robbie got fifty three and big gene got thirty eighty three both robbie and big gene got out of prison before bobby robbie retired to a quiet life on the right side of the law big big jean died in the early two thousands shortly after being released mark phillips who supplied the gang with yachts and helped bring george purvis enter the gang jumped bail in nineteen seventy nine and remained at large for over thirty years he was finally apprehended in twenty eleven and given a five year sentence. George purvis reportedly committed suicide in the mid two thousand over twenty years after entering the witness protection program bobby got the longest sentence and served the longest term twenty nine years. He has stated that this is the longest prison term in u._s. Less history for a non violent marijuana offender but he points out that others who are currently in prison may eventually surpass him. He has has used the decades since his release to advocate in florida for medical marijuana focusing specifically on drumming up support among senior citizens and his efforts have paid off in march of two thousand nineteen florida finally legalized medical marijuana the black tuna a gang was the first big drug smuggling group to be taken down in the government's war on drugs in the wake of the black tunas demise other smugglers mugler's learn some valuable lessons why fill a boat full of pungent bales of marijuana when a backpack full of unscented cocaine is is cheaper easier and far more valuable a blizzard of cocaine was already moving into south florida by the time bobby and the black tunas is were arrested in the following decade drug cartels would coat the streets of miami in white powder and violence as the war on drugs eggs escalated the cartels developed an organizational sophistication that made the exploits of the black tuna gang seem quaint in the years since he has been released from prison. Bobby has argued that the federal government blue the black tuna gang story out of proportion bobby stated that even the name lack tuna was invented by the feds. They never used such a name. He also claims that the gang didn't move anywhere close to the million pounds of weed they were accused of. He says it was about one tenth of that amount bobby. Bob claimed that the sophisticated communications equipment the government accused them of using was nothing more than cheap radio shack parts. The fleet of yachts jason airplanes was exaggerated and the dozens of supposed- employees were really just friends acquaintances and fishing buddies at the time of the investigation gatien the d._a. Had only been around for a few years and was being threatened with dissolution. Bobby and his supporters argue that the d._a. We needed a big sensationalized story to justify their existence inventing a sophisticated drug cartel and then busting it was was all part of a bigger scheme to get headlines and remain relevant the d._a. Is always maintained that its depiction of the gang was accurate bays as donuts evidence and informant testimony but today even some of the government's prosecutors admitted that the black tunas were small fish compared to the cartels that came after them john f brown junior who was part of the prosecuting team has stated the black tuna gang seemed more like the keystone cops than slick masterminds weather bobby platt shorn and the black tuna gang were sophisticated criminal drug smugglers or s- storeowners just trying to make money with they're fishing buddies. One thing is certain they paid a high price for their good times for more information on robert platt shorn amongst many sources we used used we found his autobiography black tuna diaries extremely helpful to our research. 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Episode 55 -- Bobby Hillin Part 1

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Episode 55 -- Bobby Hillin Part 1

"Hello my name is rik huston and welcome to the same bob podcast your source for all things nascar history. You don't work. You're not going to have his opportunities. I'm not gonna give you up to these other. People are not going to give you these opportunities struggle the next ten years with injuries that i would like to talk about. I wrote a number down over and i gave it to him a scratch at number out another number. Alex number are shing. Hannah said you gotta deal and that was it other sponsorship from or anything else. I was totally out on my own day nascar and all of us associated in any way with nasqad aw forget it's passed. They don't have any hello. I'm steve wade and i am recused and steve. Did you get the email that i got got this morning. Hi yes i did. What did it say. It said the papers have been printed grand. National scene is at arlington well. Actually they're daytona right now because they were printed in daytona so road trip and you know stay. That was an awesome pace in news and i think it's beginning to thinking that this is actually reality. It's one thing to look at it on the computer screened but then to actually consider that somewhere in daytona. There's a warehouse and there's a palette of grand national say newspaper sitting there as right right. I'm telling you man. It wouldn't be out of the realm of possibility for you wanna. I'm gonna call janey here in a couple of hours and say i'm going to be late getting home tonight and steve. We talked last week about the crazy week that i'd had with travel but then this past week i was kinda glad to get past number. One my best friend joey step in his mom's sandy who were guest hosts on the podcast several weeks ago. Oh sandys daughter joey step sister. Jennifer had some pretty significant surgery in nashville on monday and so i made the trip right you know because that's what family does. The surgery turned out great yeah. Everything's great so those prayers were answered but friday not if friday night did not take a a year off my life. I will be very thankful that i think i know why as some of the listeners may know my son is a batboy for the winston salem dash and are typically take him to the ballgames and then go back home and then wait a few hours to go pick him up after the ball game friday night at about i don't it was probably eight thirty or so i turned on the broadcast on the internet of the ball game and basically the first words out of the announcers mouth were are we have been under a lengthy delay because of a very serious medical condition involving one of our bat boys are now that had to be frightening and steve steve. I can't even describe what that moment was like and i told janey what i had heard and from that moment until the time that we were in the car was maybe two minutes. Several of her friends had posted on facebook that they were at the game and we started trying to get in touch with them and it was maybe six or seven minute seven or eight minutes until we found out that it was not actually adam. I had to be longer six or seven minutes. Say it seemed like about thirty yeah. It seemed like an hour or so and then you know we get on for twenty one to go to winston. Salem and jenny opera say to get. Let's see what's the best way to say this. We proceeded to get in a knockdown drag out. I mean hours only doing ninety. Miles is an hour steve thought you originally. I was only doing ninety miles an hour but my son was in trouble and i needed to get and and johnny decided that we didn't need to get another speeding ticket and <hes> but anyway we got to the ball game and adam was okay and other young man <hes> his fellow bat boy had been working the visitors dugout and he had i guess become dehydrated and passed out. It was pretty scary gary dale. I can just imagine but i'm glad adam was well. During all this absolutely none of this has anything to do with nascar history true true but it was a big week and i'm very thankful that my son was okay. I'm very thankful that the other bat boy was okay. I'm fine. I four jennifer was okay and stay thankful that dale earnhardt jr. can addison absolutely really was a frightening situation steve in this this episode we're going to talk to bobby hill and junior <hes> and to know bobby hill in junior is delight bobby hill engine episode because how's he is a good guy absolutely first time i ever saw them and i'll tell the story but later on when he was seventeen years old and and he was one of the most mature teenager yeah i've ever met and throughout his career and his business life and his personal life matt point on he's proven at that maturity was a natural for him and stephen our second segment. We're going to take a look at the winston cup saying coming out of the spring darlington race in nineteen ninety-three and steve there. Is i quote in that paper from alan quickey that. I don't think that i will ever forget. I know which one you're talking about yeah so we will talk about that. In our the second segment this week we have increased patriot support from eddie muller people are starting to ask how they can get their hands on a copy of this grand national sane and here's how they can do it support the podcast for five dollars a month or more patriotic and you will be receiving zaven one of these newspapers as long as our supply holds out right and also five dollars a month will get you one classic issue of western cup saying one of the original issues ten dollars a month will get you to issues in addition to this darlington commemorative issue of grand national saying now how how can i make the deal better than that. I don't know i don't think i can possibly make the deal any sweeter than that folks as i used to say on the radio don't miss this one patriots dot com slash podcast that's p._a._t. R. e. o. n. Dot com slash the scene podcast or if you would rather just do a one time show us support the address there is pay pal dot me slash the saints <unk> podcast help us out because that support helped us get to the point where we could produce this grand national saying member of issue absolutely eh also it helps us do this podcast every week. It helps us down and we like to feel that when you support the podcast outcast you're part of the podcast well bobby you grew up around your dad sprint car and and detained you began racing stock cars. Luckily there in texas at age thirteen. How how did you wind up going down the stockcar path as opposed to open wheels well. I always thought i was going to get into open wheel racing but <hes> buddy baker was visiting indianapolis and he was friends with al ansar he was driving my dad's any cards time and they started talking and dag was there buddy was telling <hes> <hes> those guys about his dad's driving school baker driving or buck baker driving school and so my father semi bug baker drug schools results of that conversation and that's where i'm at harry hi okay harry said you know hey i can build bobby junior car and blah blah blah and so does what started me racing those first five races racism after that i just i love love stock car racing. That's what i wanna. Do you wind up moving to charlotte at age of seventeen and you finished high school by correspondence first of all. Were you stay in with anybody or were you on your own house on my own time. I removed here. I moved into an apartment and <hes> just just own and that was really no big deal because author has let me live in indianapolis at his apartment one summer while follow on one of his indycar team <hes>. I lived there during the summer. I was fourteen so i i was used to doing that kind of stuff high school football. The ball in texas is absolutely king and you had been an all district linebacker in moscow. How hard was the decision to give of that up in favor of moving north carolina house van dyke on wikipedia so it has to be true yeah but <hes> you know i wasn't sure about football. Initially i mean i'm talking eighth ninth grade and my father just said look as much as you like racing zing sobol. You're gonna do so part of life. It's part of lies lessons. It's grown up. You're gonna play so balling. I'll twenty fell in love with sobol also <hes> but <hes> the truth is i was. I was a really big enough to play for a big school or do anything really big timing football and so you know by the time i was you know in junior senior in high school. I realized that that was going to happen in terms of size so totally focused on just having a great in junior senior era so ball and then and then moving onto racing and and go on from there that you were living on your own in north carolina so you had to be self motivated you had had to be disciplined to do the things that you're doing so was the process like of juggling your schoolwork with trying to get up to speed in nascar. How was that process. I had a i had kind of a routine back. Then in a we it wasn't through computers and internet it was it was literally. I've gone to texas tech tech. They set me up with all the classwork and the books and the lessons. It's just a matter of waking up every morning and just doing my work and so i just i uh knew that really before. I left the house you know i couldn't. I couldn't really do anything so. I had to get that work done every day. So i just focus on that. The first thing you know proudly for proudly work from in the morning until around noontime in our leave the house and start everything racial related and at that at that time we were still i still had cars harry hi shopping. Can you know get sponsorship and so it was just it was just <hes> kinda just assist that that i had in it. Were it works out pretty well. Aw what was it like working with. Harry had we've had several other people on the show that had worked with him and i believe the harry hod was just about as old school who as old school gets the i working william two different times to develop brothers when i was there later but <hes> you know it it was it was two two two different times or different from the standpoint of when when i was younger and were within the first time and by ottawa young both times i was literally to soak in everything i thought he was the coolest coolest guy in the world and he he was so oh smart and he has such a way about in that <hes> it it just came naturally he he he had a way of getting people to see things his way and and he was a really a great salesman on top of a really smart smart car guy and he he was so far ahead of time from car standpoint and people they didn't wanna most people garage i think are intimidated by because they just didn't want success some of his ways but <hes> he he really may really new star staw said and cars drove really really well <hes> unfortunately the second time that joe foreign <unk> or you know worked with is a little different because he was he was skin older and their resistance signs of of him <hes> not he was really pretty old. I mean crew cheese. Today's hurt us and <hes> <hes> and so he's a little different and also right when radio tires came in as so he was struggling with with getting hold of radio tires and wasn't really willing to make much change change goodyear was trying to teach all teams about the things that we need to change our cars to get the radio towers to work and and hurry was he was a little hard headed with that and so we created our problems twenty two of us openly good but the you know from the perspective of overall arabs a great it was great just piece of history a start out with him and working with having you know looking back. I love to be guessing and you know just feel fortunate to work with him now. Tell me about your high school graduation. I i believe it took place the same weekend as the nineteen eighty three world six hundred at charlotte. I know that you had to fly back and forth to texas a couple of times. Well really really only one time. What i did is i was. I was in north carolina and <hes> i had already flown back to lubbock because that's where to go take muscle exams of about a month earlier and <hes> and so when race we can come around. You'll back then. If you remember the qualifying session on wednesday the it calls on thursday because sessional friday and i think i qualified on wednesday in the first round and didn't make the first round but stood on my time and he goes to be around long time really understand what that means but the loans to reassure once i qualified on wednesday us lose out on. I can't remember my calls i don't serve but i flew out and was there in maryland for graduation friday <hes> and was able to slide home sometime sometime on saturday and to be able to make the race on sunday so we do much practicing we practice before qualify and i can't remember i get to practice any on saturday. I don't think it did and just got back on saturday and <hes> goes back and everything was just commercial flew commercial and was able to start the race and i sink i started like forty s or not forty somewhere in the back and <hes> and ended up finishing eleven so it's pretty fun day and priests resod weekend and you know just altogether so i think that weekend just really cemented my drive and desire to to to wanna make it in nascar bobby. I have to ask your young at the time and you're flying back and forth to taxes to graduate high school. You're living the good life as a winston cup driver. How how did you keep your head on straight and not get into trouble or you know. I think it's mainly my solloway. Raise me you know i was fortunate to <hes> you know to to have that opportunity and and <hes> you know my dad's always kept me grounded and you know and i look back preschools but i didn't act spoiled and i would and he training out to act that way not to be there. He trained me that you know you got to work hard and if you don't work hard you're not going to have these opportunities. I'm not going to give us. Opportunities and other people are not going to give you these. He's opportunity so skilled me a a really strong work ethic and i. I saw like i were charred myself and i always wanted to make him proud of me and and you know the work that i want to put into it. He'll sort generally for me around right around that time was when my father father my grandfather basically went bankrupt and there was no more money coming from either one of those guys to get started and really from at that time on an even before the graduation. I think it's it started that season. I had to go get my whole sponsorship and as i if i'm not mistaken i had a sponsor answer on that core that we can i had around ourselves because again my dad and my grad kind of helped me at first year and then in and that was it i service a sponsorship from family or anything else. I was totally totally out. You know getting on. I think it's interesting that you say that because there was a perception that bob dylan the wind was this rich kid from texas oil money and i'll be honest with the i did not know that about your family that year the the only races i raised her win win or when i would go out myself round in and around charlotte and what gives sponsorship and i called the guys we go back on the car and and get ready to to go to another racin jason and when <hes> when i'm at the stroller brothers they were a sponsor they agreed to sponsor me for pocono and bill steve all the said said to me after the race well how much of the person i get the i ready. Do i get. I said well you don't you don't get any us at the owner. Drivers split that and in this particular case. I'm the owner owner driver word. If i want to be the owner i said i wrote a number down on a piece of paper and i gave it to him. A scratch at number out another number gave to may alex number are reached shing. Hannah said you gotta deal. Okay my car. Bobby today getting started in the higher ranks of nascar at such young age. You are what eighteen not pain about that time that we're talking today. That really is a neat thing out of the norm but back then you were racing against established established mandarins who were in their thirties at least so how were you accepted by the old guard back then in the beginning not not not that great and then i think they accepted me pretty good but you know obviously so many mistakes i look back and because it wasn't normal you know. I really needed to have a certain that i don't. I don't really know how to describe it but it was much much tougher outside one talladega and part of it was you know bringing stuff on my own and part of it was just the natural now once i want. It was like okay they work. We're not going to help this kid anymore and so he's a little bit <hes> kinda tough part about it. Now you talked about joining bill and mickey east avala and in nineteen eighty-five bobby allison ran the season finale for this delays and then joined the team full time as your team may in nineteen eighty six he had left daugaard midway through nineteen eighty five because he wasn't exactly a fan of two car teams. How did things work out that he became tame mate at this develop brothers well. I think there's a lot of stuff behind the scenes that i really didn't know about <hes>. I don't think copy hobby wanted to cartoons either gonna be and and that was a struggle for us and <hes> but you know it was is what it was and and we got through it and you know what probably win the best scenario for me a long-term it was really good for short term because it helped put us on the map <hes> the best scenario for me long term in nineteen eighty-six though you start off the season by finishing fourth in the daytona five hundred you take a sixth place finish the next rights at richmond a few weeks later you put together three straight top tens at martinsville talladega and over what did that do for your confidence at at the time or at that point. My confidence is probably at an all time high. I'm just let things are coming together and and you know we were just moving in the right correction and and it's just a great as a great time and at that point i just knew it was a great feeling you go to talladega second talladega that year and you wound up leading with twenty laps to go and at the end the last few laps. You've got a mirror full of bobby allison and then tim richmond right behind him. What were you thinking at that point. Don't let them slingshot balmy yeah for sure now going into turn one on the last lap. There's a big rig behind you. Did you see it no. I didn't see it i didn't. I didn't say that i didn't really i barely realize that accident happened until i guess until you know after the checkered flag even then you had rusty wallace driving ricky rudd car and then tim richmond was right behind him they were kind of hooked up in second and third right behind you and you mentioned the slingshot and that was at a time when the slingshot was all but a done deal. I made if you're leading race last couple laps. You're pretty much a sitting duck. What do you remember about coming through the trial and taking the checkered flag. I just you know just i remember coming off a sore thanking okay. I've gotta work this. I've gotta work this this. You know i got navigates straightway internist dogleg just perfectly because of i don't you know they're gonna pull the draft and they're gonna give beside me and you know back then the locking was very very much <hes> frowned upon and you got you got <hes> you know you gotta look at really bad way and and everybody in the garage orie would talk poorly of you and you need. You should use to do that back. Then and today is commonplace but so so you you know you could you could move around to keep cars from pulling up beside you because the car pulled up beside you you really couldn't block them at that point and so <hes> you know my my whole thing's things just get making the right moves while they were still behind me so that they never could pull up serving now also believe that tim richmond kinda tried to get around rusty. Did that help you who knows i can't remember that part of you know it just <hes> just all the big thing. I remember about racing in that in that timeframe at daytona. Talladega was the fact that you know there is a big every driver wondered okay. Do i want to be leading on the last hour. I wanna be segr- sir you know <hes> that was kind of big and because it was really depending on circumstances you could all obviously if you're leading you've already got the lead so it's just a fan and then <hes> and then after that it's well okay but if your second or third you can sern had to take advantage of the draft and try to sling shot by you can have a better chance so i just remember that was the question of the day right around that time. Bobby mentioned it just a second ago but you had just turned twenty two years old a month or so before that and dan. I'm always kind of gotten the impression that you considered that race as maybe a turning point in your career and maybe not for the better us you know it was causing a lot of ways at that point. I quit learning as much as i did partly because i was probably pretty cocky partly because like i mentioned earlier the other drivers really didn't want help me at that point anymore. The one that really the bigger things that i think was just a bad situation that i was too young. The handle was the fact that it's a still others. You know our team just all the sub decided they restore building our own kassy's and for the next in two years the cars run drivable. I mean they were allowed us. Rival and you know bobby also actually came a and tested he test. We were testing together at daytona. He got in my car and he leary said. Let me let the hair on on my head. It was so spooky those were his words after my car and so i just went for two solid years with a car that was designed by our own team. Leave it at that time. Nobody was really designing their own. Chelsea's user ran a hutcherson pagan or a banjo or lawford chassis. If you didn't run one of those chelsea's you you were out to lunch and <hes> we were. We were one of the first to start designer on chas. He's in it like i say literally for two years. The car was drivable title and i was out on restaurant struggling <hes> and <hes> and then in nineteen and in nineteen ninety was when our nineteen nineteen ninety was the year the harry hi came back in in that year <hes> we ran actually we really ran even though we were struggling with radial satires hurry in iran much better than i have been around the last two years because the cars are driving really really well <hes> but that's also year that i hit the wall aw charlotte really really hard and i you know this is probably the single biggest thing i'll say about everything backgammon concussions and broken. You can show and all that stuff in you. Don't you didn't hear that much about having a sector driver but i can look back now and thank you know i had some i to my worse <music> actions at nine hundred ninety and my neck was never the same and that really probably hurt me as much as anything. I struggled the next ten years just with with you know injuries injuries that i didn't want to talk about assoc just a struggle for me at that point you know although i still had some good chances to win races and do some good things but it was just nervous same after that bobby. Was it a situation where maybe you were being used as a test team for bobby's operation or was it a situation where you you were maybe too young to maybe have a say so and say hey. We need to do something else here. As far as the chassis goes it wasn't it wasn't i was being used as a testing testing for bobby's team at all. The teams are totally separated. It was interesting about that time. I had some familiarity with the way some of the two car indycar teams operate bruma guys operation and even formula lawn because he had a relationship of some of the solvent along guys and you know i was a real proponent of heaven teams act as one team with two different drivers where you really is more like what hendrick does today and <hes> and so we weren't that way with several teams i still ah couldn't say it was because i was like testing for the teens operated totally separate <hes> it was more just you know <hes> our guys trying to do their own all saying and i was just i really have a say team bobby in the late nineteen as around nineteen eighty eight eighty nine. You wound up doing a series program. I believe with ted kander as a team owner at a time when the cup program. Maybe wasn't going the way that you liked you wound up winning a couple of races at dover her and at nazareth i believe how much did that play into your confidence in keeping you on track so to speak well it was a huge also also booster and an i can't say enough for the guys helping puts together. Ted connor mentioned ted was he's really the nucleus of that in and i'm at ted shortly after we started his two brothers and ted walked in our shop one day and we immediately become great friends at ted ultimately was like my father for in north carolina he was my second father and he he was really hustling brain sponsorships and the lawn of people don't know this but terrorists responsible for us <hes> having all pro auto parts is our sponsor and that was chuck rider and and you know a lot of people don't know this either but we want eighty six chuck one to be our primary sponsor autoparts well developed others stuck with miller beer and that prompted <hes> chuck routers start his own nascar teams so you know ted was responsible possible for bringing chuck rider into the sport in like you say later on when we were struggling savalas brothers <hes> ted had a relationship seelig sa- bodice and so ted introduced me to see looks and the three of us put together a team <hes> i appointing a couple of busch races with and so you know ted was a big part of add ted was a partner her people don't know this also today was a partner with felix about us and and and and really begin got three looks involved in nascar so he was a really gig supporter of mine and he's a big supporter of so parsons it allows for field parsons. He did a lot for a couple of the other bush drivers and he was really doc in those days was one of the main guys driving sponsorships and bringing sponsor to nascar a assoc- is good for for me and we had a great relationship and he's a great friend and he did allows the sport bobby wood did that do for your confident because house like you said the cut program wasn't going well for you but you get this opportunity in the bush series and you do well you want a couple of races was that maybe the key to say in. Maybe i can do this. Maybe things aren't so bad. After all it was it really was and you know like i say uh on cup level we were designing and building our own cars and then they were just undrivable and and so we had opportunities start the bush team it was great. I mean i mean sherry kenan and todd bodine and john also were the three main employs three those gossip gone on to great things things yeah and and and and we just we had an unbelievable core group of guys that worked will gather i mean they gave me cars over so sunday drive and we we were completed everywhere. We went on a you know. We won two races but we were competitive. Everywhere we ran gradings just a fun sun time on and it really did cause a lot of things to happen on the other side say hey wait a minute. We might not have driver. Probably we might have a car problem. Now that prompted you awesome change and again you know we ran really well on the cup series <hes> in a lot veteran eighty nine and ninety at we've gone through a struggle and some of that was result of these changes changes in the that the team made made because we were on so well bush side at darlington raceway tradition comes alive. Here's bill elliott out of turn number. Four herald kinder- has the checkered flag in hand elliott takes it and wins the winston million and the southern five hundred seventy years of racing the track too tough to tame aw come celebrate the nineties with us at darlington raceway on labor day weekend earnhardt will win his second southern five hundred six victory at darlington raceway in south carolina jeff gordon will win mark. Martin makes it four wins in a role to purchase tickets call eight six six four five nine race allegoric racist off turn number three and back to start finish to take the checkered flag or visit darlington raceway dot com the measure of career winning a stubborn five hundred they bring the family and relive the history rich but gets the jacker at tim richmond wins the southern five hundred south south carolina just right so steve bobby hillen is seventeen years old when he moved to charlotte to start his winston cup career. He's not even graduated high school so he's he's doing schoolwork at home getting that knocked out dingo onto the race shop and trying to put together some sponsorship for him to make the races and all that kind of thing leaving on his own at seventeen more than thirteen hundred miles from how did he not get himself in all kinds of trouble and you alluded to it in the intro that he was one of the most mature people for his age that you had ever met absolutely and that's probably the reason why he did not get into trouble because being mature individual. I think he realized that doing things that could possibly get him into trouble with not serve him well in his ambition to become. I'm a race driver. The reason i like to talk about bob at this stage of his life is because that's when i met him and here's how the set the scene grandma grand iran national scene used to be located in a converted country store in concord north carolina and more times than one in my first year is there people would just walk in dan and ask for nabs casey nine minutes older gentlemen a bib overalls. Everything came in and was looking for a pepsi well. I knew what did it because we did have a pepsi machine mine ahead nab and potatoes this pepsi machine so i took him to the pepsi machine and he put his money. God is pepsi and he was fine but you stood there for a while and watched everything the thing around them that what we were doing and i don't know they could figure out what we were doing. Buddy finally smiled and he left with his pepsi and hand now ways when i was trying to break into the sport. I thought that that place was like fort knox. I couldn't get past the secretary to front door and this guy and the bib overalls overall. You just brought him in when i was a different time. There's a few years secretary at the front door then okay okay okay so this was. This was a different building. The only bill okay now. Phil converted country store to it converted red cross office in downtown concord. Well figured you just i saw maple and up into the driveway and lock the doors fired senior driveway arcade nineteen country store and and the door opens yet again and in locks his kid that nobody has ever seen and this is hi. I'm bob halen. I felt like seeing what sir you're trespassing or something like that but before i could even a word ripening came harry hyde right by really did not true she you said what in the world is going on around here and i went up there and so what are you doing. He said i'm helping. This boy. Get started got. His father's got a team here. I'm i'm working for him and i figure he's got to be recognized. He has to know who to know in other words so i brought him here and he's just going to introduce himself well. He did and sure enough enough. We did a story on bobby junior coming from to begin the winston cup career. I think it's funny that you say that because i had basically the same experience with brian vickers dana landry was his p._r. Guy and i had known dina for years and years and years and he said that brian and his dad were going to be making a busch series started milwaukee and a few weeks and would it be possible for him to bring brian by the office to introduce me of course may be in me. I said well why don't we have lunch launch so we went and we had lunch and i just found brian to be incredibly mature for his. I know o'brien. I agree with you. A hundred percent now once bobby started racing. What was the prevailing sentiment around the garage about him at that time because that was at a time <hes> when young kids like that didn't get their starts so early yeah it was it was different and he was so young that i don't know how many fellow drivers in the garage are really took him seriously but then again you have to think that maybe they were kind of looking at him closely and make sure he you would do as well as he possibly could because let's be honest. Those guys were in that same position not so very long ago for many of them. Now many mccoy survey okay oh christ the veterans bobby in this interview was very honest about his father and grandfather basically going bankrupt about the time that he was starting his his winston cup career so bobby had to do a lot of those things on his own it'd go out and find his own sponsorship and he was doing this at a time when he was <music> seventeen eighteen years old so i think a few people if not a lot of people had this perception of bobby been this rich kid who had been handed everything. That's not the case. That wasn't the case. Bobby's father had an indycar team. Yeah and bobby followed that very closely and at age of thirteen he started driving and racing and he won the championship at edessa texas and entered the book baker drivers when he was sixteen so is not that he came came on board without any knowledge inexperienced whatsoever he did have a pocket full of it now love the story that he told about the strike and the deal with bills davila for tame ownership this head sponsored bobby at a race at pocono and expected to get part of the prize money and bobby. I had to explain you know. I'm the team-owner i keep the purse. Money bill said well how to become a team owner and evidently one thing led to another and bobby slid a a piece of paper across the table with a number on it and bill look that scratch that number out wrote another number pass it back to bobby and bobby says you gotta deal now and make peace. Davila weren't necessarily the good old boys from the deep south at all well at the time. They were considered richard outsiders because that's exactly what they were. When you talk about having winston cup teams they were from the outside but one or two those team owners. We're talking to me and they said you know you clinic. These guys are not gonna do bad even though they're not from here and there's one the reason why now is my understanding. They had a concrete business and i believe is in new jersey. I think so i could be wrong but it was up there somewhere but anyway they they had the concrete pillars and one team owner looked to being said that the reason i think they're gonna do very well is they. Don't know how much money the best way to make. A fortune in nascar is just start out with a big one. If you wanna make a million dollars started out we're too but i was told that they had the wherewithal to make something out of themselves in the sport and to be honest with the step bolas deanne dan do that to a certain degree they did become a super team by industry imagination but they were very competent team and i say that because a win bobby lined up with him in one thousand nine hundred eighty four through the years he had terrific crew chiefs jake elder harry hyde ron per year billie woodruff those guys who were all very complicated so when it came to having top notch quality help as far as pit bosses and leadership bobby has some good folks bobby had some folks but as he said in the interview maybe that was at a time when the devil all is we're starting to build their own chassis and that i don't think pleased bobby too well. I think he felt like he was kind of pushing the rope a little bit bobby hill and won won at talladega in nineteen eighty six and hey has never same to bank on that any you talked to some people about their first. I win maybe one of their few wins and they can recite every detail in depth. They remember what lap they put it on how many tires they took and all that that kind of thing and when i went down to spartanburg to pick up the newspapers from jamie bishop he as i mentioned was a big collector of racing memorabilia a billion and he had a uniform that looked exactly like the one that bobby hill in war when he wanted taliban <hes>. I looked at the issue of grand national saying that came out of that race that he won. I looked at the uniform and all the patches matched. I actually texted him from jamie. We shop and he didn't seem to be that excited about it. He really didn't you know. Jamie offered to make me a deal on it. Now is going to get it for bobby. Give it to bobby and to be honest with you. Though it was not the uniform was it was not the uniform because it had the miller script and then it had american american under that and we're zipped up the split was in a different place so it was not the uniform but it was certainly one that bobby had worn where but long story short. He didn't seem to be that excited about it and i think for bobby it turned out to be kind of a turning point in his career and not necessarily for the better well obviously when you win the race. I mean everybody happy for you but there is a certain certain feeling among the competitors that well you know we. We have looked after this guy to some point. We've helped into the more he can beat us now. Pal i think up to that point they might have treated bobby almost like a novelty you know because because he came into the sport as a high school senior seventeen years old and so nice kid good kid help him out of the box here and there but once he got up to speed won at talladega i think that dried up have very quickly and also is important to note that stuff. All the brothers also won and matt team received enough allegation and status. I think to make the other teams not helpful but wary to be honest with you. I think that there was maybe another issue that was there bobby allison had left dot guard the year before because he didn't like having a teammate and i don't know that bobby the allison bobby hill in junior necessarily enemies but i don't think that there was a close relationship there well. Let's be honest. Bobby hudson came came on more than nineteen eighty six. If we look back babe's record with us the bose kinda comes to the forefront oh yeah <hes> and then where bobby hilling does not now bobby's associated bobby allison's associated with sta bolos brings out out several historic moments and nascar not all of them very good whatsoever but still remembered first of all he won on the one thousand nine hundred eighty eight eight hundred five hundred wow that was something and no question that right there powered bobby allison into the spotlight spotlight but then in nineteen eighty seven there came back horrible wreck at talladega airborne catch fit that was definitely historic mark if bad moment for nascar for some changes required restrictor plates back on at talladega to slow the cars down so there's that that is then there's the nineteen ninety eight victory daytona five hundred good and bad bobby and this is take the headlines robbie hill annonced of all do not go to bat again. I'm not trying to say that everything that lives and bobby allison did together. We're terrific and headline making but headline making they were yes. It was always bobby allison one way or another taking the headlines for this travels and i think bobby hillen was kind of between a rock the hard place because as he mentioned in the interview this developers were building their own chassis that was at a time when not a lot of teams did that and i think that he may be felt like he didn't have a lot of say-so and i asked him specifically if he felt like he was. Maybe a test team for bobby allison statement. He said no it wasn't necessarily that it was just the hours young and i don't know that i had to say so and as good a guys bobby hill and is it was a tough spot for him to be. I don't think that there was any question that bobby hill and could drive a race car because he wanted talladega the cup rice and then he got a bush deal and bobby specifically mentioned that he wanted to include tag kander in this interview because of the impact that he made on bobby's career pad helped him. Maybe bring some sponsorship around and then started the bush series program. Oh graham forum that ran. I believe eighty nine and bobby actually won a couple races dover and he wanted nazar so i think at a time when his cup career was maybe not going as well as he would've liked that. Bush series deal was very important. Steve follow our fran bronchail on instagram and twitter at speedway screens and check out his inventory at speedway t s j dot oetzi dot com and steve this week he has come up with a miller american racing t shirt featuring uh-huh ah bobby hill and about that and bobby allison so you get two for the price of one that's right they were teammate at develop racing but them sponsored concert miller now in the interview bobby hill and talks about how that dynamic worked and maybe how that dynamic didn't work so check out that t shirt and many many many many more at speedway t s j dot dot com and follow bronchail on instagram mm-hmm and twitter at speedway screens so dale earnhardt. Has this really really really bad year in nineteen ninety two and finishes out of the top ten in points. He wins one race at charlotte. In may the six hundred and during the off season kirk shelter dean leaves andy patriot comes in and they win at darlington in the nineteen ninety-three trans south five hundred and so that was kind of a turnaround point for dale. I think so deals win at darlington isn't something i wanna go into too deep right now because any patriots actually going to be a guest on the show here in a couple weeks so that's something certainly that i want to talk to him about. So this issue issue. There are full page sidebars on mark martin who finished a close second today all and there's also a full page sidebar on dale jarrett who finished third and and rusty wallace ken schrader and terry labonte also have half page sidebars for were they finished but steve the next to last sidebar was on alan and quickey who had passed cow paid for six place with a couple of laps to go alan was the defendant winston cup champion of course we know that but he had crashed hard hard at atlanta in that dropped him to fourteenth in the point standings his six place finish at darlington brought him back to not them points one hundred seventy nine behind on earnhardt and that was very good for allan. Listen there was a reason why he would racing kyle petty so hard for six place and the reason was points and now effectively every point counts and five points is always good for me and good for anybody who can get him mm-hmm and you know why yeah we do al look how close yeah he won the championship at atlanta in ninety two. He won by ten points. Nightside points matters a lot. Sir allen was a strategist a master strategist any he knew exactly what he was doing at darlington and allen and said in this sidebar. My car went from one extreme to the other. I started out pushing like crazy. I got it adjusted pretty good and then about halfway through it got so loose couldn't hardly drive it. I don't know if the track changed where the sun came out and made that much difference now at the very end. He said you've got to be smart and run the best. You can with what you've got. Earnhardt loves this track and won the race and i congratulate him and steve the very last line of the sidebar says there will be another day one will be better now. Steve the issue date of this issue is april first nineteen ninety three and that was the date that <hes> allen losses life in a plane crash at the bristol airport near the airport. Yeah ah the first time that i've thumbed through that and i saw that quote there will be another day when we'll be better and that issue date that is such a strange confluence. I mean it just talking about it now. Just kind of gives me chills it kind of eerie to tell the truth and then as i was putting these notes together i get on social media. I don't want to overdramatize it but when people saw that about dell junior having a plane crash cash going into bristol. I triggered me a little bit. <hes> you know and i wasn't into sports full-time at that time and i didn't know allen that's away. Nascar history repeats itself that i maybe could have done without too yeah. I think you're one hundred percent right right there. Steve the long and short of it is obviously hiring hiring tired nascar communities very thankful that dale junior and his wife amy and their daughter alla are fine. The dog is fantastic and you know if there is one kind of lighthearted moment my cousin her husband actually live like two miles from from the airport where they crashed and they're both first responders and that was my first thought was the andy and sarah would be there and later that day i cinema cinema message and for whatever reason they had not responded but andy sent me a video and it was a video of the first responders kind of gathered around ndele junior and one of them asked dow junior his name and you can't hear what dell junior says the guy kind of looks at him goes. You know what you do look kinda. I like him. You know so if there's one lighthearted moment in all that that would maybe be it but again man. I'm so thankful pull that they are okay because in nascar right now they don't get any better person than dell junior. Everyone and i mean everyone is so grateful and i'm glad that it turned out the way it did. It could have been tragically so much. Worse and steve is crazy. All that might be on saturday that weekend in nineteen ninety-three darlington hosted its first iraq race and who won that iraq race davey allison and guess who he passed to win that race alan quickey here we go and stave. That was the last race that davey allison everyone now. I'll say this he might have done some short track. Appearances parents isn't he might have won some of those between the iraq race and his tragic accident at talladega but this was the last major race the he ever won. Well davey won the race and to win that race. He passed allan allan out. Who did we lose in nineteen ninety-three. Doth both exactly this issue is very very powerful and it's powerful because of the issue date april first nineteen ninety-three and it's powerful because of this line in this sidebar and because it covers davey allison's last win hello i'm buddy parrott and you're listening to the scene vault vault podcast steve. I am so sorry that we didn't mention this last week but bill niven died on august eighth and bill was a photographer who had shot for grand national saint quite a bit in the early days as in the grand national same days and stave. Hey actually captured the image of david pearson. That's on the cover of our commemorative issue great shot. It's an awesome shot. Brian hallman who was a longtime photographer for saying he oversees an archive of our or from several different photographers and when somebody needs a particular shot because he works with several different people hey can dig into his archives and just pull it out very easily and brian was going to surprise crosby with a hard copy of this paper <hes> so bill. Here's the deal. I'm proud of your work and i'm proud that your shot dot is on the cover of this issue of grand national say because it is a beautiful shot and bill maynes. Your work will go on. Yes sir sir yeah.

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Ep 138 - Interview with "Paradise Hotel" Winners Tatum Smith & Bobby Ray

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Ep 138 - Interview with "Paradise Hotel" Winners Tatum Smith & Bobby Ray

"You're listening to the reality reality. Steve podcast with your house reality steve. He's got all the latest info and behind the scenes jews on hannah's season of the bachelorettes in interviewing interviewing. Some of your favorite reality starts now. Here's reality steam going. Everybody welcome to podcast one thirty eight. I'm their host reality steve. Thank you all fraternity and get a great show for you this week again a little bit off the bachelor for a week and we're gonna talk a little paradise hotel but i got a couple of sponsors for you. When hunger strikes just remember this set of numbers ninety ten one ninety calories ten grams of protein one gram of sugar. These are the numbers of protein bar that fills you up without without loading you up available four tasty flavors. They can help kick your cravings. 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It's really interesting and i there's a couple of things i want to point out one. When you listen to bobby ray he he really dissecting this show and thought about everything beforehand and was very practical in the way he approached this show. Considering the show hasn't been on in fifteen years really wasn't a winning formula that he didn't have anything to go off. None of these people did i don't they really took strategy from fifteen years ago because they really we didn't know what to expect but yeah this was really interesting to hear bobby ray talk because it's almost like he was a mad scientist kind of thinking everything thing through and just the way he thought about the show was a little bit different than tatum and some of the other people i mean it it. It worked for him in the end so i guess that's the i don't want to say that was the proper strategy because anybody can do whatever they want on the show but it it's really interesting to listen to him talk because he thinks about everything so practically and i was kind of fascinated by that also want to hit on one thing for those that didn't see the end bobby ray and tatum where the winning couple but then it's thrown at them at the last minute kind of like they did on the challenge with bananas. There's an sarah that you know you either. It was thrown on them that they were just going to automatically split. They had a choice to make and bobby. Tatum were split up. They were they were put on a walkway. Facing each other and each step they took towards each other was a dollar amount fifty thousand hundred thousand fifty two hundred and two fifty <hes> that that might be there might have been another dollar amount in there or whatever it might have been off on the dollar amounts but every time they took a step they had to stand on that step for sixty seconds they could have bowl in there iran and if they wanted to drop the ball at any point they could and they would keep that money and the partner would get nothing. Bobby ray ended up dropping at two hundred thousand so tatum walked away david nothing however there is a podcast out there and a website. I believe that is reporting. That tatum got fifty thousand dollars on this show. I can tell you that that's wrong. I don't know y that person is reporting that but tatum did not get fifty thousand dollars from this shows. You got nothing. Bobby ray dropped his ball at two hundred thousand and that's what he got so just wanted to make that clear. I don't know why somebody out. There is reporting and putting it on a podcast that tatum one fifty thousand dollars because she didn't so let's get started. You're gonna like both of these. I up. His tatum actually recorded by tatum on july fourth so it's been about a week since we recorded bobby ray was a couple of days ago and you'll you'll hear on bobby raise interview. I tell him some of the things that tatum said in her answers so he knew what she was saying and they definitely disagree on a few things of you've in terms of what would have happened if maybe she didn't hook up with carlos and what she thought he was going to do with the ball and what he his original the plan was like. It's it's really interesting to hear them. Talk about it especially since they're not friends anymore so enjoy this podcast number thirty eight i up tatum smith then followed by bobby ray all right. Let's bring in our guest. She made it to the finals of the most recent season of paradise hotel before her partner. Bobby ended up taking two hundred thousand dollars for himself. It is tatum smith tatum. Thanks for coming on hello. Thank you for having me you got it. This is a show that hasn't been on the air in off since two thousand three so if my math is correct you're about seven years old when the show first yet when it first aired so when you went for casting or were in the process of getting cast for the show. Did you know you were getting cast for paradise hotel or did you respond to something that said hey. We're casting for a dating show tasting show on a major network or how did they present it to you. I knew that i was getting past it for paradise hotel. I didn't know what the show was exactly but i knew what i was getting into you for sure okay now. When you found out it was paradise hotel did you by any chance go online and try and find the old episodes and just kind of see the i actually watched a few humanist of the old show but i didn't binge watch it or anything i just kind of went into it not knowing a lot of things okay and like i said you are twenty three now now so you were very young when this kerr okay so once so how did the casting work for you. How did you get cast and was a long casting process for you yeah so <hes> believe it or not. I actually got casted for love island. At first there was very very very slow and paradise hotel reached out to me and they moved a lot faster so that's why i went with paradise hotel and they reached out to me they skype skype interviewed me. They flew me out to l. A. got tested for everything. We got <hes> ask questions and they just moved a lot faster so i didn't think of it like as anything serious until i got the call hey you're on this show all right and it's funny because love island starts next week on c._b._s. That's going to be a show that i mean. I know it's huge overseas. I don't know how it's going to translate over here because it's airing airing five nights a week like i just don't know exactly that's going to be committed to a five night a week. Show a reality show and apparently paradise hotels pretty big overseas to like in sweden but in france so i guess that you know a lot of people overseas watch it too yeah and then you know let's face it. I mean for paradise hotel. The initial plan was we're gonna air three nights a week thursday. I think it was thursday monday. Wednesday thursday it started thursday night or whatever then it was like monday wednesday thursday and then after one one week they were like screw it. We're only airing one night a week for two hours yeah so that it was it was hard for them because the bachelorette was on and the n._b._a. Finals were on debating paid it yeah maybe they just planned it out of when it was airing at the wrong time so that's what i think we all so you know like i said we only got one week of of a three episode week and then they said all right. We're gonna air thursday nights for two hours. Did they tell you guys guys this when you were filming on set like hey by the way we got cut down on that a week yeah. They didn't tell us anything. All that we knew was that we were filming filming twenty four seven and we actually didn't find out until the entire show is over okay so you didn't know that was my thing. I i'm i'm big on like filming and i see this show is interesting to me because what i do and my main job on the side is a cover bachelor and bachelorette and that show is all paul filmed way in advance bachelor in the can for seven weeks before the first episode airs and bachelorettes in the can for well this season. It was about four days before they started airing. This is a show that is turning around stuff within two or three days and it's like yeah. It's pretty fascinating but is there a big brother like in that way so yes and we only ended up how you know the the big appeal about paradise hotel was supposed to be this live segment where people get voted in and really their only ended up being. I think two times where you you went live in that was to live segments and you know that that kind of kind of took the luster off then it's like all right well. It's just another dating reality show. It's nothing different than anything else but so when the finale aired on june sixth. How many days had you been home by then i was home for about i wanna say three days okay. Did you have a watch party until it went to come over and watch yes. I had a huge watch. Injured dreams get stomped bobby through that and obviously you didn't say anything all my friends cameras. All my family was fun and you didn't say anything obviously right like no i did. I'm not saying i wanted to everyone's surprise. What was the action when bobby through to fall down and you are you know i actually she had the watch party at my work and a lot of people came a lot of my girlfriends came and when bobby threw the ball everyone was shocked but i stood up and i was like i'm i'm coming back to work baby and everyone was like night in and it was made light of it all right. Let's talk about a few of the things that happened and on the show and i think the first one that comes up to me was when jared came in when was voted by america. You had this plan of making him think that you liked him and you went out of the day you kissed him but you were clearly scheming with bobby. Tell us what that was all about and digging. Do you regret it. <hes> yes so you know. I don't regret a lot of things i feel like. I was definitely playing the game this it was my idea and i brought it up with the time which was tyler rosanna bobby bobby ginette really agree with it <unk> down so we went through with it and and i knew that i could have drier in the bag. He specifically said that he likes blondes and i thought you know i was only blonde. This is a perfect way to e._j. Ear out and i just did it and it was really easy. I knew that he liked me until he got immunity. That kind of messed things it's up for sure twist of oh by the way gyro can't get voted off. You're like oh crap yeah. That was honestly very scary moment because i knew that dryer it was gonna pick me because we had a great great yeah and what i'm trying to remember what the <hes>. How did you find out about. Can you guys scheme. That was a whole made up with carlos told hand but i didn't know that until the end but was it carlos that said okay carlos was an interesting character carlos him to run his mouth. Everybody <hes> he's quite an interesting character. What okay i know we set on the show but i don't kinda remember. What is his nickname that he gives himself and what is the significance behind it. The poppy thing what is it. I'm huffy copies isone. I don't know the significance behind it. I just know that it means dad seizing. That's what christie hillary said and what it means. What dad what dad's evening i. I really don't know all right all right. Let's let's talk about the carlo situation with you. It kind of had me a little bit confused but i know there's a lot that we don't see so yes where i kind of want to help you to help me fill in the blanks here so i'm gonna let you explain it but i want to set the scene for people that didn't watch or maybe confused like i was or maybe this is how it wasn't shown wasn't shown senior. Teams your teamed up with bobby you seemingly we're a solid team at that point carlos in a you know at nighttime conversation with you or just you and him talking tells you he's always liked you. You guys make out on at least two different occasions that we saw <hes> so one of my questions. I guess my first question to me that move would have made sense if you were planning on dumping bobby for carlos at some point so if you guys were never caught or carlos doesn't run his mouth. Was that the ultimate plan that you wanted to play out that you were going to leave body carlos so i if you wanted to play carlos and get carlos out oh because initially car listen i we. We've never had a real connection. We would always have conversations saying hey i like you. I'm attracted to you but i've never sat down with carlos and asked him about his family his friends or his background. I didn't know anything about carlos. I just knew that we were both attracted to each other. Okay so when you are kind of planning this with him. You're lying to him correct okay. It's up to tough to see that on t._v. 'cause we just we see you saying like your skin sneaking off to his room and making out in the bathroom or like oh is she. Is she playing bobby but you're saying you're playing carlos so the app worse moment when carlos and i were i guess a thing you can kind of say <hes>. It was definitely me playing him and i wanted to get him out. The second time i kiss carlos it was after the ice pop challenge and all i wanted to do was talk to him because bobby was so disrespectful and roots me out the challenge which i don't think was shown very much <hes> and so i went to carlos and that's when i kissed him but i always knew that he had for caitlyn and it was real and genuine and i knew that he would never like leave caitlin for me. I guess okay so bobby was upset right and the way he found out was carlos just ran his mouth and set and and set it. Why did carlos reveal your plan or what he thought was your plan of you you and him kissing kissing carlos. Why did he do it to try and get you got to try and get you out so people would turn on you so bobby i actually found out through caitlyn because i- kaitlan was sitting at the hammock which was shown with jamie and oh yeah after the ceremony i was talking to carlos and the ceremony caitlyn kind of called me. I don't know if this was shown or not and she said you know. I know things. Things are happening here and i'm not stupid this assist and that's when i took carlos down on and i sat him down and i was like okay you told caitlin when our plan was to not tell anyone and i was asking those how i should tell bobby when i was talking to carlo caitlyn came down and they showed this and caitlyn was like let's all talk together. We need to figure this out on causes up and that's when i tell bobby you know i kissed carlo listen. I broke the news to him. Okay now. If you're ultimate plan was you were doing that with carlos to eventually get carlos out yeah yeah when you finally fessed up to bobby about what you did. At least we didn't see it. I don't think why don't you why wasn't it showing or or did you tell bobby look. I only kissed him because i'm playing him or did you say that on the show i did not tell bobby that just because the first time that carlos in i kissed carlos actually kissed me in the bathroom and we we were just gonna keep it a secret and not tell anyone and i went along along with. It and i didn't tell anyone i just let it be and then carlos ruined everything and that's when i was like okay. We need to get this guy out of here. He's untrustworthy. Even though i was always always on good terms of carlos no matter what so carlos just kind of ruined it and i never told bobby that just because i mean but once it did get out. Why didn't you say all right bobby. <hes> you know i didn't tell you but here's the reason why i was basically using him. Because the second time that carlos tonight kiss i voluntarily went in there and i was upset at bobby bobby because he was disrespectful to me and so i mean there were times where i just wanted to talk to carlos but i always knew that deny he would never stand behind me which thank god he didn't because if he did sam behind me he could have chosen a couple to lease so just it all kind of worked out. Did who are you. Who are you legitimately. I mean i guess it's been a month since the you know it ended and whatnot but when you we're out there who are you more attracted to carlos or bobby. At first i was attracted to carlos carlos was completely my type but not as i grew to know bobby as a person i began to become really really attracted to him accurately like poppy. Who's a better kisser. I don't case intel come on say people on the show who like i'm trying to think who else kiss on the show was just those no kiss carlos bobby giant year rosanna <hes> joe johnson yeah. Obviously we already talked about that wait. You can't wait rosanna. When was that yes that was a truth or dare so we just kiss each other and we kind of made a little fun thing out of it. <hes> she picked me up off the ground and everyone was like wow okay okay. Do we wait. Have you gone back and watch the whole season or no okay. Did we see was that show. I can't remember you and kiss okay. I think it was. I can't what am i forgetting that. I can't imagine why would forget you rosanna kissing but apparently well there is there's extended stays on youtube to which are like scenes that are were not josh shown on there too okay guys. Let's take a break real. Quick got to sponsors for this week. Wanna talk to you about protein. One on your stomach is rumbling. You need something to fill it hunger-strike so aggressively. It's easy grabbed near snack. 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They want to win going into that finale. Did you think you guys we're going to win i. I had a pretty good feeling that we're gonna win. I knew that a lot of people did not like carlos yeah so that just kind of boost. My confidence did when car. When was there anybody who voted that voted for you that you were surprised voted for you or voted for carlos that you were surprised. Whatever's carlos not really is even get everything made sense. Yeah i mean everything definitely made it sounds for sure and so it happens you guys are declared the winners and on the spot. I don't know obviously on the spot on t._v. That we're watching it was on the spot to okay so it wasn't like any delay where there was time to go over anything or strategize or whatever kristen cavalry says the good so when bobby and i were declared the winners we actually immediately got sent to our rooms and we had to think about our decision an and we went over the rules and regulations and and then we burgess out there talk him. We looked at each other. We can do anything okay so for for for those that didn't see your declared the winners as a couple but they now throw in the twist of oh by the way we're going to loyalty tests where each stand at opposite ends you you walk towards each other. Each step is a monetary value fifty thousand seventy five thousand and then at any point. If one of you throws down down the ball that you have in your hand. That person wins that amount of money. The other person gets nothing. If you get to all the way to the center of two hundred fifty thousand in either of you drop. You split the two to fifty okay so my question. Is this when you guys like maybe even days before this when you guys as a cast sitting around obviously you have all day to do probably a a lot of nothing when you're sitting around talking about stuff. Did anybody ever bring up the idea that hey do. We really think that the final couple is just going to split to fifty or are they gonna throw zero twisted at anybody. Bring it up. I'm not sure about anyone else because we weren't surrounded by anyone else but i actually brought this conversation up with bobby and bobby just completely ignored it and that should have been a red flag there for me and i was like bobby but we have to split the money he was like. I don't even want to think about that right now. I just want to think about winning and that was that okay so he actually so you actually brought it up that there was i mean you guys would a winning as a couple. You would have to split fifty. What like what did you bring up to him. It was a very brief conversation. It would in bed and we we're trying to figure out everyone who would actually stand behind us to see we would win and i brought it up. I said bobby what if we have to split the money. What are we going to do. Oh and he was like datum. I don't even want to think about that right now. I just wanna think about winning and you know. I should have thought right there. You know he's not a split with me because he doesn't even want to talk about it. I was completely blindsided by in yeah yeah so on the loyalty test. You're walking towards him. Yes was there any part of you that thought at any point that you were going to drop or was it in her mind. There was no way you're ever dropping you. Were you were going to to fifty and hoping he got you there and neither have dropped. I was going to fifty. I didn't have a single thought my head to drop the ball. I know that i did bobby wrong but then again it was just a kiss and him and i work that out. We had a couple good night's together and i just i didn't have any thoughts on dropping the aw i wanted to meet him in the middle and us as viewers are seeing this play out and bobby's walking toward you who's constantly smiling constantly winking. Yeah were you when he was doing that to you and obviously you were seeing him do this. Were you thinking you were safe or were you thinking he might be just playing me right now or is it. I tell dropped. Would you realize oh shit. I had a small small small thought in the back of my mind that he might drop the ball on me just because he had been on a roller coaster and it hasn't been perfect for him but i also know that i played the game. I feel like i got us to the end and we were a perfect couple. He was there playing it safe and i was playing the game and so i did have on the back of my mind that he was going to drop it when he was winking at me smiling at me kissing me hissing or i should say blowing kisses that me i was confident and i was is looking at him in the eye and i felt great. I felt like we had this and when he dropped the ball. I was just in shock it was so it was a crazy experience. It's actually so hard explain yeah and one thing that disappointed me about the finale was bobby's ball. Drop literally happened two minutes before the show went off the air. I wish we would have had more like reaction. I mean the only thing we saw was you walking away crying and everyone basically cheering on bobby yeah so kahad a stand on the the little block thing for sixty seconds and believe it or not they actually had a redo the reaction which i'm not very a happy about because when bobby dropped the ball everyone was shocked and they didn't say anything and everyone was just looking at me and when i walked off i guess they had a radio reaction of them being happy and stuff okay and then th the look bobby gave you is like the look that everybody's talking about out. It was almost like he dropped it and said fuck. You look that gave 'em so po show. Yes obviously you've spoken to bobby about it. What was the first time you've got to speak to bobby after the drop happened how how long after that a couple of hours so after the drop happened. I went straight to my room. Impact myself and i said i want to leave. I want to go home. I didn't talk to any of the cast members not even bobby and we actually went back to hotel on because flights weren't going out to like two days later and i say to my hotel room when everyone was hang <music> out partying having a good time celebrating the show and bobby pulled me aside and he talked me. He's like hey. Let's bianca terms. <hes> you know and let's just move on and so that's what happens so it was like a day after so when you finally made it home. You were obviously bothered authored by the fa i mean anybody would be bothered by the fact that they didn't win anything. When you had a chance to that you didn't come home with any money from the competition part of it <hes> but ah you had got where you pretty much over at that point with bobby like okay now i get it. Why do you understand why he did what he did or do. You still like to the okay. Yes i understand but i mean i was his partner. If it wasn't for me he wouldn't have been there and that's what i told myself in the beginning to no matter for whom i partner is without them. I would still split the money with them because i would not be there without them. No matter what <hes> for me at the end i was was kind of over the money because i one paradise hotel we want. Paradise hotel has a couple. I just didn't win any money and i tried to to clear things up with bobby and i wanted to be on good terms with him and be civil with him and i kind of forgot about the money because i really liked bobby as a person but it's now our relationships a little rocky. I would say okay so before we get into the to that part. I guess my my final question on the whole competition aspect of it is do you ultimately think if you had never kissed carlos bobby never drops the ball and you guys were splitting to fifty you know. I really don't know the answer to that question at all. <hes> i've thought about it and i just can't answer it because i don't know i guess i mean obviously that's question for body. I mean bobby knows the discussion and hopefully we can get him that. He said that he would hold the ball but i really don't think deep down inside that he won because he was there for france <unk> opportunities and money and he wasn't there to gain a connection with anyone so i think that you would drop the ball no matter if i played the game face interesting so you mentioned about about a week after the finale aired you did a youtube video where you took questions off of instagram although ninety five percent of the questions we're asking you about bobby. Yes and you know you you kinda laid out exactly where you were and show. Yes what i got from that video granite. That video like i said was about a week after filming. We're going to get to what's changed since then but at the time you seemed in that video that you were interested in bobby still will but he wasn't reciprocating is that accurate bobby would say that he cares about me that he wants to hang out with me and talked me but it was not aw being shown at all. So how often were you guys speaking post show when you got back to arizona. He went back to his missouri right. Yes okay okay. He <hes> he called me and he actually talked me for about two hours on the phone. Talk to my parents. We talk on the phone. <hes> we facetime. We would tax tax every once in a while. He was kinda busy after the show and there would always be an excuse and i got to the point where i was over it and yeah so it was something to where you were considering like. He is somebody that you would consider dating and you were going to try along distancing. Yes i was down down. I actually really liked him but you know it's so funny is now that i think about it just because bobby knight. We currently don't talk anymore at all. We are not good terms. I think about it in life. Friends are like bobby wasn't got with me. I would probably never even look at him and i don't know if you've ever heard of stockholm syndrome. Eh that's what the bachelor the bachelor bachelorette contestants go through. Yes i feel like syndrome. What now are you saying. Are you saying that now just because bobby isn't reciprocating his feelings for you that you maybe but i know that if bobby was actually here that he it's not the type i would go for and he is immature and he's not the guy that i would usually date. I just feel like in the moment i i did grow feelings for him and i did like him as a person and i was down to work things out but now that i realize that i'm not with him and i'm not talking to him that maybe it was. It's all in the moment yeah. It's very it's very possible that could have been it and yeah when you are on an island and the only you know you don't have your phone. You can't watch t._v. You know there's no outside aside stimulation. Yeah you become person i had yeah. You didn't headquarters to but he was he was taking a. I guess. My question is okay since you did that video. Why is it strained with bobby. Now what happened i. I don't wanna put bobby on too much but bobby is made decision that i do not agree with and we have cut things off off blocked him on all social media. I don't wanna see anything bobby anymore and i just don't want to affiliate myself with someone who makes decisions that i don't agree breath. Is it show related decisions or is this stuff. That's since you got back and started talking. You've just heard some things or seen some things and just like. I don't wanna be with this guy. Unfortunately it is show related man and bothers me and people who i thought were my friends are not not my friends and got oh okay well post show. I know that you especially in your video. One of the things that you had said was <hes> on the show. You did not vibe well at all with <hes> now. God what's her name. Who's the one that you weren't friends with on the show but are now caitlin caitlin. You did not vibe with her at all on the show. You didn't get along and now you guys are pretty close. Yeah we're still friends. We talk every once in a while. Who and for all the cast is we. Are we talking. When you say like blocked bobby on everything is he. The only one or there are others that are in this that you're not friends yeah. There's others that are are blocked. I tell myself with them. There's definitely other is okay but if i were to ask them. Would they be saying something about. I mean i don't know who they are but if if i were to ask them. Would they be saying well. We don't talk to tatum because she did this. No okay. No you know why because people want to be my friend they wanna be civil. They want to have a reunion and everything be good but i'm not about being civil with everyone when people go behind my back and they do things that i don't agree with or that. They know that you know i like bobby and they go and do things that is just it's. It's rude and disrespectful respectable so i don't know i it fires me up because i thought these people were my friends and there's a group chat with everyone in it and i just try not to affiliate myself with with these people really anymore so you're not even friends with anybody. I talk to kaitlin every once in a while. I talked to david every once in a while but that's about it and tyler every once in a while too but eight lynn david and tyler yes are <hes> david kendall still together. I don't know i think that kendall just traveling doing her own thing in david's focusing on his own business right now so i don't think anything official but they're still talking. I'm pretty sure what about tyler and his ex would herber nameless forget in tyler in his access so on and off in that's what grow tyler i close together because i feel like i give him advice on his girlfriend on. I've been in relationships before or and so he always asks me. Hey what should i do like this not so that's what makes tailored clothes okay and i noticed that <hes> rosanna china was not on that list so yeah. You're doing your research. I'm just looking at the namm. I am saying okay. You didn't mention brittany's name brittany and i thought i thought you and brittany were really close on on the show. Yeah britney britney the sweet girl. We're friends but we don't talk every day. Okay <hes> carlos where uh with him. I don't talk to carlos is carlos with caitlin no they don't talk at all either. Oh god there's so much good stuff here. I want to know what happened like. I wanna know who said what about who this is great. This is yeah. That's good not rec- okay. We've gone over that. Marie elena she in the group chat at all group chat they all they all like each other but i just so you've kind of kinda just removed yourself from the situation and you're you're back to your life in your in phoenix right. Yes yes okay. It was a great experience. I gained social media followers out of it but so i asked why they all do it right and that's basically what it comes down to so outside of my final question would be outside of winning the money is is there one thing that you could change about your experience. What would it be something you regretted. You did something you wish you would have changed. What's something that you absolutely say looking back. I should have done this differently. I actually don't regret a lot of things. I think thanks. I did everything right. I know i was viewed as a snake or a villain schemed and i played the game but i did what i how to do and i essentially one. I got the end so. I don't think that there's anything i would do differently. Just because i mean i got to that yeah i i think i think with bobby and i hope he comes on <hes>. We're supposed to record but it's it's all based on his schedule. I e comes on hugh but you know he knows that he did me wrong and he doesn't wanna talk about me so that's his problem and now my fault yeah when when i had when i originally reached out to bobby and i said hey you know because i didn't know bobby until i sent my first email to him. I was just like you know kind of like my first email to you. Just explaining what i wanted to talk about or whatever said hey you wanna talk about everything that went down in paradise you know your relationship with tatum the loyalty test everything your decision to drop and all that stuff and he's like back yeah no. I'd love to do it. He goes but i don't wanna talk about tatum very much. I'm like yeah. I'm not supplies and i was like okay. That's a weird response because do cheese. The girl girl you got to the end with you. Guys won the show. I can't do an interview with bobby and not bring up tatum but we'll see how you do list. I'm not going to be surprised if he's like tatum full. We just go on with our day. I wouldn't be surprised because that's just why. He says all the time well if he says that i'm gonna say bobby. That's not true because talk to tatum and she said you're not so we'll have him. I'll call him out on it. You see him blocked on my answering. 'cause i mean i emailed you. Guys both literally within two minutes of each other because i wanted the podcast to be together obviously one of you. I was going to interview i if well put it this way if i found out because i didn't know at it no until i emailed either of you. If i found out you guys were still together or dating then i probably would have just on the interview like on a three way call and just had you guys into split questions that way but when i realized okay they're obviously not even not together doesn't seem like they're on good terms but so you're who i'm interviewing i if we get bobby on and he's part two of the podcast for this week then people will hear whatever whatever his answers may be but yeah if he says like no no i mean. I don't know how you could say. We're cool when he specifically told me. I don't want to talk about her very much so i oh i don't know but maybe but maybe he'll spill as to why since you won't he will not all i can say that him and it's not me that's the truth. I have tried to be on what terms of bobby i want to see him. Talk to him at him and it's not not need <hes> fair enough and <hes> so basically your life in scottsdale is what do you do. What's your your cryan said ed bottle service girl so what you do or do they graduated from a._s._u. I have a broadcast journalism degree for right. Now i am doing but i don't like when they call bottles for surveys. I just say i'm a cocktail waitress. 'cause i work in a fancy hotel the w hotel so <hes> <hes> i'm not you know in lingerie talking to all these guys getting money on them. They kind of portray that differently but yeah life <unk> good. I've been getting recognized and people people event super super nice and it's been good what do you what do you have an ultimate thing. I'm assuming that you went on this. You talked about instagram followers. Do you wanna do you influencing stuff or do you wanna do posting stuff what do you what's your ultimate goal here. Since my social media has blown up i do like to be active on it. I want to be more active. Though people become influencers and you know i hear people talk a lot of not nice things about influencers because everyone wants to be an answer apparently but i would definitely like to grow my social media more and more and produce good content and maybe deep makes them more utility does and i just wanna you know dwell on the experience and take what i got from it. You know what now that i think about this just popped into my head. Somebody came to me. I think a couple of weeks ago within the last week or when i mentioned about paradise hotel on my site i think they they either new or still no- oh you or new. You're from your past. Were you involved in the pageant world. Yes i was so that's the thing is i was competing for miss arizona for years ears in the past three years. I got i got her up and so everyone makes the joke that got first runner up again during the show so story my life i first refund up and everything you got first runner up from arizona three years in a row three years in a row yep. Oh my god just like it's brutal. What so i mean. I know what it's like to almost get to the end. I'm standing there with a girl saying now. I'm going to miss arizona and standing at the end thinking what the money i'm you know it's it's a reoccurring image in my life him huts. I mean after you after you do it once. You're just like all right well. Let me try a second time and then you finish second again and you're like and then the third time is i. I really have in the bag. I'm going to be missing arizona and i was so i was so dedicated pageants. I never went to any frat. Parties hardy's in college. I never partied. I volunteered so much and the third year as a habit in the bag and when i got i want her up again. I i was over. It and i was like moving on and that's win. Paradise hotel and i was like you know what i on national t._v. Hooking up with someone are not anymore so who cares so so we when you finished second three years in a row that was what sophomore junior and senior ear at a._s._u. Yeah wow yep man that's br. I had no idea all i heard was you were you were in the pageant. World had no idea that you had finished the second three years in a row. That's got it well yeah and are you friends with the women who won those three years. Do you keep in touch with them or no. I am not affiliated with anyone in the pageant industry anymore as you can tell it's hard for friends. Why why do you think that is news. I don't know it's just people come and go out of my life so easily and i'm okay with that just because i want to focus on myself and i wanna do my own things. I don't need okay to dwell on other people or force other people to stay in my life and i'm okay with that. World is very very competitive. Obviously asleep. I competed against sixty girls every single pageant and i was right then and there thinking i was gonna win. Strength tons of money on dresses is an entry fees everything but i'm sure that you know in that world there's a lot of gossiping and backstabbing and shit talking between people yeah yeah so. Maybe maybe that's why you're just like all right. I'm over. I'm over that. I've i haven't worn come as close as you can. Come to winning three times in a row. I'm <music>. I'm about -actly that's that's exactly what i think. Now this show i on her up again. That's fine to my life. Sorry sorry but anyway tatum thank you very much for coming on and in enlightening us on the t. going down in post bachelor posted paradise hotel even though we didn't get details we'll see maybe i'll just keep digging and find out what happened. Maybe you can take but i'm pretty sure that they won't say anything because he knows he's in the wrong but okay. I i even if he doesn't say anything i he's. I i guarantee without even knowing he's going to say something negative about you right. I didn't know he has nothing negative. Say helped me. The kid has is nothing negative about me at all besides carlos on t._v. Cool <hes> yeah. I did absolutely correct yeah and that's and you know. It's not something that we didn't see. I mean we all saw it. Yeah i just if he's already telling me in the very first email to him. Didn't wanna talk about you. He's obviously got negative things to say about you. I'm just curious to what they are. I promise you he does not have negative things to say about me. Okay anything dance me saying negative things about him. I'm just i don't want to throw him under the bus like that. He just knows that he is in the wrong. Which is why he does not want to talk about me or the situation because he not even the wrong yeah i do. I am going to ask him. Basically why did he choose to drop at two hundred what you know. The other thing is if he was you know you've said you weren't going to drop and he has a obviously he can't know what you're thinking just like you didn't know what he was thinking when you guys were walking walking towards each other. I'm just gonna ask them. Why did you drop to fifty like why not get another fifty out of it. I don't know why he dropped just going to blame it on the carlos situation. He's going to be like like well tatum kiss carlos so i couldn't trust her. He's looking to blame it on that situation yeah no. I'm sure that's what he's gonna say. I couldn't trust her and that and the reason i dropped was because she carlton charles and i'm going to ask him if she never has any sort of hook up with carlos if she never had any sort of flirtation with carlos does he drop and i'm caesar taylor. I guarantee it. He's gonna say that he would have held the ball but i promise you. There's that side of him. 'cause i know him as a person that he would have still dropped it okay so you don't even if he says you don't believe that answer. Yeah i mean he said it before that he would uphold the <unk> the i'm sorry he said it before that he would have held called the ball if i played everything right but bobby was there for friends opportunity money and i still believe he would have dropped it. When when did he say that in a po- show interview that he's done <hes> yeah. I think i heard it on some t._v. Station. I don't know okay yeah. I mean it'll be interesting. I'm just curious. I mean he. He dropped it two hundred. I'm just gonna ask them. Why didn't he dropped fifty. Why not get an extra fifty out of it if he was pretty confident that you work in a drop. Apparently he wanted to drop it sooner really yeah apparently he wanted to drop it on one twenty five but he he just wasn't sure when he knew that like i was holding my ball he just held it and he said he didn't want to risk it or something thing. I don't know yeah. I hope he. I hope he does it on hopefully before hopefully before this goes up next thursday so you know because we're re. We're recording this for all those that are listening. We're we're actually recording this on fourth of july so we're recording it a a week in advance. Hopefully i get bobby in the next <hes> few days hopefully monday or tuesday and we can have you both on and we can you'll hear tatum first and then you'll hear bobby's what his say is in all this after that so again tatum thank you so much for coming on sorry about the second place finish and whatnot but <hes> hopefully i get more opportunities. Yes it good luck with anything. That's come forward. Comes your way post show and we i'll. I'll be in touch with you. Okay thank you so much sees you gotta tatum all right. Thank you tatum smith for that. That was very interesting conversation with her. <hes> good to hear her perspective on things is and how things went because i was curious like you know so it takes two hundred thousand dollars away from you probably going to be pissed and she was and but then she got over it. She was willing to put it behind her. <hes> you'll hear what bobby ray says about that coming up in a second but she was wanna put it behind her and she was interested in dating him didn't work <unk> out. I still don't know if we know the real reason even after you hear bobby's answer at the end of this podcast so thanks so much though tatum for coming on real cool girl and she's been a lot of fun to talk to since we're recorded the interview <hes> and we discuss. I love island a lot. It's put it that way anyway. <hes> next up bobby ray. You'll hear his responses to a lot of what tatum said because since i recorded wanted him after her. I was able to tell him hey. This is what tatum said. This is. What she thinks went down. What's your opinion and <hes> bobby ray gets into a lot of stuff so here's the winner of paradise hotel. Tell two thousand nineteen bobby ray all right now. Let's bring in the other side here. <hes> he was the winner of paradise hotel the season getting you the finals nose with his partner tatum before taking two hundred thousand dollars to himself. It is bobby ray bob. Thanks coming on. They still adamant. You got it <hes>. Let's start at the beginning on this show because it hasn't been on since two thousand three so when you were going in for casting casting and you were approached about doing this. Were you aware of this show from back in the day to go back and watch old episodes or how did you kind of take it going see if i guess i probably went in with the most limited knowledge about the show of any of the gas members i got contacted did on a friday evening and i was asked if i could fly into l. A. that next day at saturday to you know to come and audition for the show. I didn't even know what the show is name. Was that point so i knew essentially nothing about it. I got brought up to speed in a thirty minute conversation with one the producers of what the show was the general gist <unk>. I kind of went in blind but i was in a position where if something came you know an opportunity presented zenit self. I was going to take advantage of it so i didn't really care what the show was kinda new dating show and that's about all i knew when i was like let's go. Let's go kill the audition and in you know take advantage of opportunities so that does kind of the way it meant for me. I'm sure some of the cast members probably addition for the show more formerly where they found out what about it you know put in an application for me. It was a little bit different and obviously it worked out beautifully so i'm glad things the way they did. When you say you got contacted on that friday evening evening was that the first contact about the show from anybody and they literally the next day for for me. Yes i will say that so four four nine five productions is the production company in charge of the show in charge of production and i knew a few of the people that were involved with another project in and four nine five is about with another project. I was kind of tenderly tentatively involved with that. Eventually i put on hold. Hopefully it gets you know brought back to the table implant. I'd love to be involved in the project. Say what it was by anyways before nine five production they knew who i was and i had been abolished with on issues before so who i was and they contacted me when they knew that they were gonna need a couple. More cast members obviously jumped at the opportunity so going into it like you said you probably knew the least out of any of the cast members. Did you have any sort of strategy or you. Were like i still don't really know what the format is so. It's kinda hard to form any strategy here. Well right it'd be they would ask you what your strategy on this and i would just labs. I i really don't know i'm i'm assuming obviously it's about making connections so i'm gonna try not to cross peop- gonna try to be the good guy but that was about the extent of the strategy i gave because i didn't really know the rules. It's funny. I've said this before. I still don't really know what the rules were you know. I don't think anybody knows exactly so it was so essentially at my strategy was hey. I'm gonna try not to cross anybody. A tribe beyond good terms with as many hotel guests possibly can and that was my strategy going into it just because i mean shows like that. It's hard enough off to stay on the show. When things are going well that have people once you've gone and actually you know dislike you. You're already to get your having more problems staying on the shell. You know if people have ulterior motives to kick you off rather than for me. Nobody ever was intentionally trying to get rid of nate. You know it was just kind of only reason they would want me. Gone is just because it brings them. One step closer to winning the show whereas there are some people on the show that like for example on santa got a bad rap so a little bit people want people wanted him gone. What happened is gone. <hes> nicole jet life people wanted her gone because the way she's acting getting while she's gone so if you didn't cross people and you didn't give people reason to dislike you i felt like that was an advantage obviously and in the end that was the exact reason ned dead pavement i won and then obviously dropped the ball the end who is the fact that people respected <unk> in respect the way i played the game where i didn't really cross anybody go behind anybody's back so much strategy obviously paid off but in terms of having a very specific strategy of how to go about things i did really have on it was just go into this thing trying to make friends and enjoy the experience and turn out to be a hassle essentially before the show. Did they ever lay out to you guys as contestants. There's is going to be a live aspect of it or not until that. I live vote in. Did you realize that was the thing we were told that. There's going to be live components. It's <hes> once a week. That was just kind of cool because once we found once we find out they're going to be live components to the show it it was cool because we knew that like our friends and family back home washing. We're gonna watch us in the moment so obviously there's a lot of shows where you do all the filming and then you're finished with the filming a new comeback and it may not air for a couple of months while this was obviously cool once we find others in the allied components. We knew that we were going to be there. Filming coming as it was going on now is kind of cool because we knew when we came back home. Everybody was gonna get out natalie were and <hes> there's just kind of kind of good news obviously others others who live set because having to come back home and keep quiet for a couple of months after filming is over. I think that i would have struggled that personally. Yeah i mean it's hard. It's started. Keep your mouth shut. I think and i asked tatum this. I'm assuming you're gonna give me the same answer because it seems to be the universal answer of what was going on there about this show was supposed to air monday wednesdays and thursdays <hes> it started airing on a thursday night then you guys did monday wednesday and thursday and then on that fourth episode fox basically said we're going down to one day a week to our show. No more live elements. You weren't told that when you were out there where you at this was no longer going to be a three night. Show as correct need the only thing we really heard about the show in terms of its success in how it was. Doing you know you're in the united states. The only thing we heard was that we were trending on twitter after the first night now that that's a good sign and for and then we just have figured everything was going smoothly and we didn't really think much about it. We were just living our lives yeah and then all of a sudden when there's five couples left we i heard all right. You guys have a week left filming and i'm just looking around and we're all looking at each other like wait. We're gonna go from five couples down to one winner in a week you know and and then it was like that was kind of like a alarming wait what happened exactly but we didn't really think about it. We didn't think we were cancelled or anything like that. We didn't really find that out until the back home so it is what it is you know things happen but it was interesting because we lost a grand total of navy eighty one six people in three weeks of filming and all of a sudden we find out we're gonna lose four sorry for couples in a matter of a week i mean it was like well. How is this can happen are going to go from five couples down to one in a week. I mean it just didn't make sense to us and then obviously if you wash tonelli find out how they went about doing that <hes> so it. You know there's pros and cons to i think the perot is that finale was phenomenal. <hes> there's a lot that happened in now. I mean in terms of a two hour finale. I don't recall seeing a reality t._v. Show with the more you know action packed analogy. <hes> you know obviously there's a lot of things going on there like a cool finish. Obviously which gets you and so from that standpoint you know. It's not all bad that we got cancelled ed one that i can remember <unk> history and i am bias there but still you know things. I think when i'm watching it and like i said ah told you when i first contacted you. I told you i didn't watch the finale until last week so it had been about three weeks. The show had their finale aired on june june sixth to last week and had been in my d._v._r. I had known what the outcome was. Someone had emailed me and said oh hey because they knew i was out of town. They said hey by the away. Bobby and tatum ended up winning. Bobby took the money <hes> i think they actually i think they actually told me in the email two hundred fifty thousand so the old time i'm watching the finale on i'm thinking you're going to drop it to fifty in this person being wrong about the money amount but yeah i mean is the thri <unk>. I'd like to ask you a question so were. You surprised surprised to find out what the result was. You hadn't watched finale so honestly when you heard i was surprised. I think certain people were surprised that i'd <unk> somehow pulled it off based on the way things went for me in the first couple of episodes can always as i like to put on the hot seat there for a little while were are you surprised i had watched because i had watched everything up to the finale so i knew you know the couples at that time between you know. I didn't think i knew was never going to win. He was just too scheming. He played. This wasn't survivor survivor. Maybe would have had a better chance to win but he's more about out relationships with other people and not and he just did too much scheming so i knew whatever couple he was with at the end which ended up being him in kaylin. I knew he wasn't gonna win. Dan i didn't see giren jamie winning just because of the whole <hes> they were just too new yeah and then and then so i guess guess if when i heard it i really thought if you would ask me before the finale i guess i thought david kendall would've won so i guess i was a little bit surprised but i'm not not terribly surprised belden so anti-climactic david kendall one. You know what i mean. It's just like there's no story there. There's no plot twists. It's like david kendall deserved to win. Opinion and i still say if the objective is to go all in love or to make a you know connections connections with people david kendall had arguing to strongest connection of any couple you know hotel so if that was the objective in a a achieve that objective more so than the other remaining couple having said that you know if if they just kinda waltzed through the thing and win in dominating fashion in hold onto balls and everyone's you know hugs says out that was sweet like is like the best t._v. can take now in terms of entertainment value. No like there's there's entertainment value what happened would would actually occurred as it's gotta be right up there with the best possible outcome series of events in terms <unk> enjoying what you're watching so and obviously again. I'm biased because i actually won the money in my pocket. Now can complain about that but i can honestly honestly say that david kendall probably deserved to win the show in terms of what was slated as the objective going into it for sir and their job purpose to make good t._v. and i think now <hes> seeing how the finale played out you're right it was action packed for two hours and and you know with the twist at the end there are a couple of things i had an issue with with the show and that was all season not not that this show was going to be filled with a bunch of challenges but to only have one all season it just didn't it almost didn't fit like do a show with no challenges whatsoever or do a show with challenges but just to throw one random one in there with the icicle or the you know the whatever you want to the melting it was just so it was just so out of left field because they hadn't done one up to that point that got anybody eliminated yet that was what what determined and elimination i dunno inside information there see i don't have any inside information but you have to think that direct correlation with the fact that show it's it's poet so let's say there's another five or six episodes on top of what actually aired without giving them time to you know go from five couples down to one and with a few challenges as you know the cost eliminations rather than just willy nilly in voting people out which is what they did. I mean you gotta remember britney and <hes> tyler went home because jared just invoked. Whoever you wanted out jared was there. They got eliminated. Okay you get to eliminate someone. There's no way they would have done that if they had the full slated number of episodes nets. That's is lively that they were going to start. I think we're gonna start to new challenges down the down the stretch and then obviously didn't you know didn't have the opportunity to do that. So is is what it is yeah. You know you make a point. It's probably where they were headed. It's just that i guess because of the schedule being truncated the way it was. It's why but it was out of nowhere somewhere yeah. It was out of nowhere. There's no doubt it's like here's a challenge the one and only and that and that challenge is really no different than the whole jared thing coming out of nowhere like oh jarrett here it oh by the way you get to eliminate a couple. That's kind of a big deal. Couples are all is definitely a baby for money and giving it to that guy who was like okay. We barely know him. He hasn't hooked up in writing. It's like gave a lot of power to a guy that was pretty insignificant on the season just kinda i dunno. It's kinda weird. So i wanna talk a couple of things that's when you guys were in and out there filming and obviously there's tons of downtime and your your guys are all talking to each other and whatnot whatnot. Did you all discuss in the house. What twists you thought might be coming on the show that season or did you just kind of like look. There's no point guessing. We're never gonna know over anything sort of tip off. So maybe you saw some things happening. Oh my god that's all we did all day. Every day was explorer possible twists and turns. They throw at us. It's all we did remember. I mean we we we didn't have t._v. We didn't have phone so we got to talk to each the other and yeah we would go in the pool and we chill the hammocks and you know do all this <hes> random stuff but for the most part we were talking and a lot of times. We're talking about nonsense talking about fun south at a time. Sometimes we will talk about hey. What do you think they're going to do. Moving forward what you know. What are we gonna do to cover our ass and rosanna is anna tatum tyler and i would always spend time talking about what can we do to cover our ass in case in this or that for example. What if they throw a checkout checkout. Ceremony are away and they make a rule where you can't really with your existing roommate now this lady in that scenario we said okay tyler. They're all go with tatum and i'll go with rosanna so stuff like that so yeah we were always kind of going through options of things they could throw us in you never know but it was it was i was trying to cover their ass in case this this happened so it was definitely something that we had time to think about and try to prepare for and of course an example full of that where an example of a situation where they threw a twist at us that we were not ready for was the situation gyro comes in tatum says hey i can get you know catch real feelings for me and feel comfortable in in standing behind me and then i'll send him home and the whole time that ideal is up in the air i was against it. I was very against it because obviously i was the one that was you know get shafted if things went wrong because <music> right is that we that checkout ceremony the girls were the ones say now so the girls were safe so so it's easier for tatum to say oh oh this'll be a good strategy rid of dry year because he's not going anywhere for me. It's like great now. The girl that i'm with is going to pretend she likes another other guy who knows if they actually do catch real feelings. I was in a weird position there. That's why i was so strongly against it in that obviously went against my strategy anywhere. You don't need to cross people in that show. It isn't survivor. All you gotta do is be a strong connection state. Cena couple and you're good. You didn't need to go out. You know plot against people. I don't understand why so many people trying to do that because that wasn't really the game. The game was just saying your connection <hes> of course now you say that and then david kendall that's exactly what they did is still at home so but you know what i'm saying so there's no right or wrong way to do it. I guess but it it was just like any way so tatum his plan to you know get ear to stand behind her and of course they jog your unity and at that point in time i thought i was going to go home aw because at that time thought datum ceiling him in a great while i might as well pack my bags now is the guy who's got immunity can pick anybody wants is gonna pick the girl that i'm rooming with sell auto. There was definitely some twists and turns. We are preparing for it and it was fun. It was it was a fun thing to do so in those numbers best status in my life so i'm glad i did it while i was going to ask you about the whole situation because i brought it up with tatum as as well but <hes> i mean you made your feelings known that you were you were not into it and i think you know like you said the the twists gets thrown. They automatically give j._r. Immunity and yeah you were. You're in a situation at that point. Where of course you weren't into it because he gave them all the power. You had to put all your trust into her her that you were going to stick to your word that she was going to stick to her word and if you both stood behind her that she was going to pick you which didn't even happen humanity exactly what it was a risk reward type of deal right so in that situation if tatum wants to play here the risk for me it is that i go home so the biggest risk of all you can take in a show at the worst possible thing that can happen. Is you go now is the risk for me and the reward award for me was essentially nothing right. Okay great so gyros on someone asks to go home anyway so for me. It was like no reward for a huge risks and you know. I was the only one that was going to be in jeopardy format. You know that whole plan and voted three to one tyler rosanna tatum all i wanted to go through with it because they felt like a threat and they thought they thought it was a great idea. I'm sitting there in the hammocks like i don't like it but i'm a moated so do what you gotta do who i guess you know but anyway it. It's all part of the you know. People kinda get caught up in the game. You know and i can definitely see how that happens and i don't blame ain't people for doing it. I just felt like it didn't make a lot of sense to me. I felt like it was such a simple equation. Having success in hotel now was have a connection and staying couple. That's it that's all you gotta do and the more the more you go behind people's backs the more you try to play the game more you. It's your tatum. Go kiss carlos behind my back the war you do things like that. Jeopardize your position hotel in. I just didn't see a reason to do that. Which this is. Why is every day. I woke up a breakfast had fun with you know all the guys talk to talk to the girls and tatum as much as i you know as much as i could and realistically <unk> that wasn't like a real relationship. Obviously i definitely wanted to pay attention to make sure she felt like i was in it <hes> but other than that though i felt it was just a simple equation having success staying a couple go and certain people felt like they needed to do more than that and like for example carlos. I feel like he did all the things he did because he never really truly felt the real connection so so he felt like he needed a kind of mixed things up in go a different route. If you make it's the end and obviously it worked for me got two finale. He got to the final two couple so i'm from that standpoint. I guess you can't really argue with it but you know in the end that obviously this is demise was all the back stabbing wended but you know no fault there absolutely no problem with any of the people on the show including carlos told them numbers zander's spec the way play the game forget sometimes. He's a twenty two year. Old kid shared himself pretty well to exactly. I know i know every time i tell people that it's because you know he kind of carried himself felt like he was twenty seven twenty eight. I mean shit. He was times where he thought maybe he was the oldest guy there with some of the ways that he was conducting himself now. Obviously didn't work out from the end but yeah i mean you can't fault somebody for going and trying to do everything they can to win you know and that was what what he felt was his best strategy so good friend so i wanna talk about the carlos situation and obviously i recorded the podcast tatum before are you so i will tell you what she said about it and then we'll get your thoughts on it because i honestly didn't understand it and what i said to her. Was your teamed with bobby. You're seemingly a solid team at that. Point carlos tells you he likes you and then you make out with him on at least two different occasions that we the audience saw. We don't know how many more there were if there were others so my question was to her that move would have made sense if she was planning on dumping you for carlos at some point point but it doesn't seem like that was her plan so when i asked her. What was your whole plan in doing all that and she told me the reason she did. It was capucci was plotting against carlos and she was eventually going to vote him out or she was. That was her plan as to why she did it. How do you see the whole thing well. Obviously i can't get inside tatum's head. I'd i would say that i believe her. That's what she says if she if she she can she claims she kind of said something similar to me where she was trying to get carlos to feel comfortable with her and she had hoped that he would come stand stay in behind her where he could you know get rid of him and his knee instead but i also have heard the complete opposite where she was wanting wanting him to come stand behind her so that she could send me home so who knows if tatum claims after the fact that she was just trying to get you know karlis kicked out of the hotel. I believe her at he said that again she didn't need to do that. Let things happen if you are or in your own couple and you're doing if you're taking care of yourself. It's all you can worry about. Let other people chew things up. Let other people fight for their lives because it's simply again. It's simple if you go on every checkout ceremony and you're confident with the person that you're ruining with your good so it was it's just interesting. In the all the times people went in you know try to strategize your way around the hotel when all it was just a simple just a simple past enhanced stick stick with it and that's why i started out in hotel brady and i told brittany you know hey you know. There may not be a romantic connection here but i swear to you we will. I will have it back the next two weeks next to checkout ceremonies and that will give us an opportunity to you know get an idea of what this shows all about to tale to meet more people and then from then on if you feel like you have a better connection somebody else then you get to pursue that but at least we're here for a couple of weeks and then she immediately the next day. It went off times does she. You know she felt a real connection with them and that's fine but under sitting there shaking my head. It's like you know you really think you're gonna find true. Love this guy on reality t._v. Show and it never happens but a seriously day to go in ditch. Lee wouldn't be nice pack. Everything was gonna work out beautifully and i think she to this day. She regrets doing that because things my workout differently it. She stayed with me but you know there's people they were there for love or money. People you know for me. I was there for the experience. I would say i wanted to win but i never thought about winning really the entire time i was there. Winning was not what i was thinking about. It was just simply. Make it through the next checkout ceremony and <hes> for me it was just you know the friend people you know give people advice when they ask for and i feel like i was kind of a big brother figure to a few of you know people there. I know data looked at any kind of like a big brother. David was only twenty one. There's another one that's like you know. He looked like he was thirty. I met him <hes> but yes so everybody had their own little strategy everybody they had their own little way about going about things and and i'm not gonna say i was better at the game and everybody else just because i happen to win. I mean i it's good breaks. You know it's not like you. You know it's not like i'm out competed. Everybody was you know leaps and bounds better than everybody at paradise hotel luzon really awake he better at paradise hotel. Tell you just have to catch breaks and staying a couple and see what happens from there so interesting. I think tatum one one of the reasons that she did say that she went over to the carlos side and made out with him. A couple times was her reasoning was also that look. I was also also not happy with how things were going with bobby. I didn't like how he treated me in the popsicle challenge and he was just kind of not being as affectionate <music> as i wanted him to be so yeah. There was a part of me. That was a little upset at that aspect of it so on on that that front what's your response to that. Look i will agree that. I was not the most attentive partner you know. I wasn't showing tatum the affection that she wanted and i i don't think you can necessarily fault in that because i was just being honest person and if i had felt more strongly about her than i would have just naturally shown more affection and spent more time with her. I liked tatum. I did feel a connection there but i was not head over heels love with her or anything like that that so it would have been an act if i had decided to throw myself her and spend every waking hour her it would have been an act. It wouldn't have been the truth <hes> <hes> it would not have been a troops rush feelings and that's why i spend so much time with you know various people not it wasn't just tatum formulas about you know all the connections in the hotel matches one and obviously i paid off in the end but look i mean the bottom line is even if tatum felt like i wasn't showing her enough attention amid a very it clear that all she had to do is keep her hands to herself. Were just between us for just one more week. Rights out she went and kissed carlos a couple of times which in the grand scheme of like the real world that big of a deal tatum <unk> dating tatum was my girlfriend. We weren't exclusive. She has every right to go kissed whoever she wants technically but in that arena in paradise hotel where everybody knows what to do. Everybody sees years everything that happens to me. It was just obviously a very questionable decision she made and like i told her and i actually sat tatum in carlos down the same time. It was in my room <unk> after i heard about this. I said i'm not mad at you guys but i'm a little disappointed like i was like a dad like it's like you guys are idiots. You know because all you had to do who was keep her hands yourselves and stay in your couple and then now this would be a problem but i said now. Both of you guys look bad and i was like i know you guys aren't bad people. You're not bad people but you look like that people now because you went and did this you know that point in time it it did hurt me a little bit because tyler earlier you know who is my best buddy and hotel had just left either. Just got kicked out by jared in the net save nights. I find out what happened between carlson him. A little hurt by because tatum is supposed to be the one person hotel that i trust and i find out that it's the complete opposite. I felt very lonely at that time because i didn't feel like i could really leap trust anybody in the hotel moment <hes> and that was a tough tough night for me because i was like man i you know i don't know what can happen moving forward. I don't know where i stand but you know again. They're not bad people. It was just a questionable questionable decision that they made apparently they're about trying to strategize and get you know each other out. That's word on the street. After the fact you know who knows eventually the case could have been they actually did have feelings for each other and they just never really had an opportunity to pursue it who knows house but again all you gotta do is keep your answer yourself for another week and then you go when you get back home to get out of the show and phillies over go crazy what you wanna and do you know but in that arena you know that everybody's gonna find out about it so i was a little bit shocked that you know they just didn't have the self control that they needed needed to be honest with you because it caused a new that tatum didn't do that may have been a completely different result but who knows well. You obviously got over it and you said like you oh you sat them down and you're like it just stupid. I don't hate you guys but you know what are you doing. This is just dumb gameplay. How did kaitlyn take it at that point because she was coupled with with carlos but i'm i'm forgetting why her reaction. I don't remember where we showed it very much about her. Finding i do about it but i think i think caitlyn was more upset with the fact that tatum hadn't told me yet yet and i think that she was starting to get fed up with it and she's like are not i'm done. It's time for you to come out clean until bobby. What happened and kate wants a sweet girl. I really like halen a lot and it was funny because we were joking around about even on the show like hey jalen i would pull each other side down the stretch after all that jury south to say we should be the ones that you know in a couple right now and we you know walk away into the sunset <unk> one hundred twenty five k. apiece breath because obviously we want a landslide fashion of alien. I were the final couple there and obviously that wasn't within the rules but it was just this like kaylin. I run the exact zac same boat we had partners that had gone by our backs and <hes> when the jury came out and everybody was pepper n- you know everybody with questions russians and everything like that it was just it was all directed toward carlos than tatum while kaylin. I just stood there and watched it and you know that's what i made a statement in with now. Look i get it. You know our partners have done some things some questionable things but you can't punish caitlyn i for that you. You have to make a decision based on who you want to win those kind of marble pitch i gave so again. It's not a bad person there. Everybody <unk> back back in the exact opposite everybody on that show. I really like <hes>. I think they're all outstanding people but in that show <unk> you know in that little arena that you're in with a hundred some cameras around east outta be smarter than that every decision you make you you need to know might have consequences and i think certain people. We'll forget about that for a little while. So is what it is. The cost certain people and it worked out for my you know my favorite so so the so when you guys get to the finals it's you and tatum against carlos and caitlyn going into that final knowing who was voting and knowing they just had to go stand behind behind the couple. They wanted to win when you were doing the math in your head. Did you think the u._n. Tatum we're going to win yeah to the honest with yeah. I thought we had about a ninety five percents sheets laying <hes> i went through my head and that was me being very effective on bias about it. I just went through my head all <hes> <unk> jurors and to be honest with you every single time i did it had at least six people that i consider to be locks coming our away and that would at worst via tie then all we would need is one of those swing votes to come over. I mean i knew david kendall. Were coming our way yeah. I knew mary elena was coming our way because she couldn't call us a new rose. I knew i knew rosanno is coming our way as close. She was to tatum and i as four tyler there was no doubter. That's five. I actually put hans as a no doubt as well and that was six now at the end he obviously took a couple of steps toward a policy caitlyn and then he turned around and came our way and everybody went crazy in those you know just to yovany can exactly no cons has a knack for the dramatic again. That's why you can see my face after start walking to the weight. I was in complete shock. Let's <hes> so those are the six locks that i had quote unquote and then there were some mm swing votes like britney and jared that i just thought l. a. does he get go either way and all we need is one of them. We got both of those you know. The final tally was eight four but i was pretty comfortable going going into it just because of the relationships that i have with all those people you know so. I'm very happy that things went the way they did and again. I think i made a tweet. It said you know some people focused on one connection and i focused on seventeen or something like that. It was all all seventeen people that stepped foot. Note sal tried to try to get close to try to have a solid relationships with them. Is you never know i mean it was about connections and and and to be honest with you as much time as we had. There's so much free time where you need to go and befriend everybody or you're going to go crazy you. No you can't just stick to one person can't have enemies no teller. I feel like you're gonna. It's gonna be a nightmare. You know it was hard enough environment to be in <hes> in terms of the stress that you go through even with all the friends i had so i can't imagine going through all that <hes> being disliked by the other hotel guests so again that was my strategy going into it and that's why when i knew when i heard that a jury is gonna come decide. Jury of you know pass. Oh tell yesterday and two winners gonna be again. I was about ninety five percent confident that tamyra we're gonna win the damn thing so i was very comfortable going into it. Yes yeah. She didn't break it down like you did but she said that she was confident that you guys we're gonna win as well. She just said i thought the numbers were on our side. It looked like we had more people and she also thought that the carlos scheming and the way carlos played the game wasn't going to resonate with a lot of jury they were just going to go for they. They saw what she she did but they thought she thought they would think what carlos did was worst in which she did and she definitely thought that you guys were going to win now. Was there any point where you guys obviously the the <hes> the loyalty test which was after you got in tatum were named the winner. Kristen drops the bomb that you are now going to be <hes>. Put the loyalty test where you know we talked about it with tatum and everyone saw saw the walk where you take a step and you have a ball in your hand. You can drop at any point. If you drop it. You win that money. The other person gets nothing if you both make it to the end and neither either of you drop then you split the two fifty <hes> tatum said there wasn't a lot of time from the time that was announced to the time he started the walk. You and her were not allowed to speak to each other so when that is when that bomb dropped on you and you're thinking about going forward what you were gonna do. Was your from the second that kristen announced this was going to be the ending of the show. Did you know you're always going to drop or did you not make up your mind till the walk yeah. Yeah i mean obviously i take them said we didn't really have a lotta time. We did not have an opportunity to talk to each other. I was azazel to go back to my room for about twenty minutes or so in mullet over when i first heard the rules and heard what the game was. I was definitely conflicted. I would have no problem splitting the two fifty but as i thought more and more about it. I just thought i just can't take that risks. Tatum was a person on behind my back a couple of times. I did not have one hundred percent. Trust her so it would have been foolish of me to assume that she would have hold held onto the ball time. She claims that she would have and i'm not saying that she wouldn't have but it's obviously convenient for her to say now that she would have held lavar. We can't get inside her head so she might as well say. You know what i'm saying like now that i dropped the ball. It would have been stupid for her to say yeah i would the dropped to so of course he's going to say. She's gonna hold onto the thing the whole time again. I'm not saying she's lying. She made she very well may have held onto the ball the entire time and been willing to split the two fifty but i didn't know that and to this day i can't know for sure. She had done that if he would have done that so i had to do what was best for me. What was best for me was to take into my own hands and the two hundred thousand dropped the ball and the reason i didn't to the two hundred fifty thousand bucks was because at that point it could have been a race and taking decided she wanted to drop it at the two fifty. When <hes> when kristen said go more than it would have been a real shame had lost out on all that money just because i got beat to the punch you know at the two fifty so that's the reason i dropped at the two hundred was just to kind of cover. My ass and contracts get greedy. Okay see that's that was going to be my question. Is you waited all the way to two hundred to drop at two hundred. You know you're winking atr better. You're smiling the whole time which is obviously game. Play on your part because you were doing that. Obviously i'm assuming to make her feel safe like hey. I'm not going to drop because you couldn't speak to her and say say like. I promise you so you were. Just you know giving her assurances she actually she obviously didn't drop up until two hundred. It didn't look like she was going to drop at two hundred either. So there's really only one of the place you could have dropped which would have been to fifty and that was my question to you. It's like well if you were going to drop and you and you had made up your mind at some point during that walk okay. I'm gonna drop one. I just drop it to fifty and get an extra fifty grand out of it but you're just saying that you still thought that there was a chance that she could of dropped. It felt which you didn't see was when kristen started the time the sixty seconds each time she would say okay. Your sixty seconds starts now now and would you watch the show. It makes it look like i waited a few seconds. Hell no when i stepped up to the two hundred thousand christie goes. Your sixty second starts now. I eat meat lot right when she said now. I can through that ball dom because i didn't want to risk it so essentially if you're gonna if you're going to drop the ball at any numeric value. You're gonna do it immediately. Is this make any sense to hold on to it for a little bit in wade out and then drop it you know because it just doesn't make any sense if you're going to drop it drop immediately at that value <hes> so yeah i did it at the two hundred thousand because if wade into the fifty i felt that there there's still a chance that tatum was waiting to the two fifty was gonna drop to the two fifty and if he had decided right when kristen said your sixty seconds start now and tatum beat me to the punch just even if it was a fraction of a second whoever's ball hit the ground first as the winner. I would add hard time living with that. Knowing that smart thing to do is to just does two hundred grams. Not you're not shaggy number so i wanted to be smart about it. There's definitely a lot of thought that went into that <hes> and it wasn't just like i was scared and just said okay. I'm gonna drop out. It's like no. I'm going to do this to cover my ass us. In case he decided to drop at jupiter the race finish though that was all strategy obviously it was all what was best for me and mm-hmm i felt bad about it and i had a reputation hotel russians good guide and crosses anybody all of a sudden. I make this move <unk> at the end where i take all the money and it wasn't agreed thing. It wasn't because i wanted more money. It was because i wanted any money at all. I you know what i mean like. I thought it was more so like i don't wanna get nothing. If i had a guarantee if i had known one hundred percent tatum had held the ball he tired time i would have been okay splitting the junior fifty thousand i really would have but i didn't know that i didn't know you know i mean neither. Did she <unk>. That's the other thing that went into. My mindset is kate improper <unk>. There's there's a lot of different angles. You can lead us but tatum if you're looking from tatum's standpoint she thinking okay is bobby going to hold onto the ball and she probably started thinking herself well. He knows that i've uncrossed him a couple of times. He knows that maybe i'm not the most trustworthy so he probably will drop a ball in which case taken within think well now. I know that bobby is gonna drop the ball. I need to drop the ball so you don't. I'm saying like there's all these things that go into it and who's to say she's going to drop the ball to one fifth year the two hundred or the tooth there's no guarantees so i ended was best for me if she had done anything across the earlier in the competition i would've held onto the thing i know that was question a year and a half of you but i'm gonna make it very clear is taken under not kiss carlos in tatum never done anything to romney over the course of my time hotel i would held onto the ball period of the stored one hundred percent one hundred percent ninety. It's not even close <hes> because i would have no reason not to trust her and i also <unk>. It also would have looked like an asshole. If i dropped the ball in tatum when she had done nothing wrong me i would look like an asshole and that did matter to america tation did matter to me both amongst other hotel guests and you know amongst viewers so the fact that opportunity to take more money and still be looked at as he's a good guy just doing the smart thing obviously it worked out well and it was a fortunate result but <hes> things are a little different than tatum never done anything to show. Oh any signs of this loyalty i will i would have held onto the ball the whole time and then you gave stare after the ball drop where where did this come from might get almost it was like a f- you and it seemed like there was a part of me that looked at it and it seemed like you were angry but obviously listening to you in this podcast and <hes> posted it. Just where did the come from was that just in the moment. You didn't even realize that. I was not it steve. That's what that is. That was just a great shot. Someone whoever's operating camera just got a great shot. There looked cool. <hes> and it looked like i was angry. Are- you know everybody's calling me a savage for that in all reality i think my emotions were kind of like you know. One of those like well i had to do. I had to do and i just kind of had a stern. Look on my face. I looked back at tatum. They're kinda siri action after i did it and at the same time there's a i'd be lying if i if i said there wasn't a little part of me that was like proud crowd myself in a way of finally standing up for myself after all the stuff that you know went down because you know <unk> tatum <unk> obviously went behind my back a couple times. I was very calm about it. <hes> i never you know never gotten carlos his face. I never told him that she was. You know a bad shirley. I was just very calm and i said look. It's a big deal. You know i i think it was a crushing decisions. He has made. It's gonna make it hard for me to trust. You and i said some stuff like that but i was very cordial about it. I never lost temper. When it came to the carlos tatum situation and finally i had an opportunity takings my own hands and kinda rights and wrongs wrong if you will and i did it so yeah there was a part anita. It was like you know this is it this is i'm gonna i'm gonna take things back amount hans right now and i'm. I'm a i'm a kinda right. The wrongs that you made out of our whole situation as kind of maybe we're that look came from. I guess understandable understandable and just listening to you on this podcast. It's funny because you have the way you've explained. Everything about this. Show is like you you just looked at this show from a practical point of view whereas i don't think anybody else did i mean i haven't the only person i've the only other person from this show. I've spoken to his tatum but you have really made it clear about how you looked at everything through a certain lens and i. I just don't know if other people on the show did the way you did. Which was you know like like. You said. There's no strategy you just. I think yours your outlook on the show. Though is a little is is different than everyone else's. If i had to guess yes but then again i haven't spoken everybody no i i wouldn't. I don't know if i'm the only person that that was the one about things away. I did that looked at things the lens through which i looked at everything but i will say that just in everyday life from a very i go about things with my head over my heart so any decision. Any reaction that i made was with my head is what is the best possible thing for me to say right now. What's the best move for me to make right now and i knew that everything i didn't said would have potentially consequences down the stretch which is why i was so so <hes> cordial everybody in china to ever cross. Anybody and i think the only time you saw a truer version of myself. South come out was maybe during that pops melting challenge a very competitive person and under those high stakes you know that we were under where tatum i almost had to go home <hes> from that challenge and she had dropped half the key in the sand and it was it was looking pretty bleak for us. Yeah i was pissed for second night. I yelled at her and i regret that but my point is i am no different than anybody else. I you know i like to strategize his. I am competitive. I have done things that you could be. They can be looked at it is not the right thing to do but in that show for the most part i did the right thing a win about things the right way because i felt that was the best strategy for me to hang around so and it was all because i looked at things like what what is the best way to go about doing things but definitely very logical and everything i did everything i said and i looked at every situation as what's best for me sal you know some people definitely lead more with their heart. You know britney led with her heart and in that cost i think and i think tatum. She claims that she made the move because she was there to find love and she didn't feel like i was giving her the affection she needed and she went off in felt suddenly celikkol listen. You know mistakes happen so i don't know i can't wrong anybody for that but i definitely was one of those people that went about things <hes> a very logical way and post show it's been it's been interesting. 'cause i had no idea about anything post. Show because like i said in watched the finale until last last week so i purposely tried to stay away from seeing what anybody was doing on social media following any you know see who was butting coming up or coupling up or just even hanging out i wanted to until i saw the finale and you know when i had him on and i asked her okay. So what's the situation with you in and bobby post show is are you dating. Were you dating was there. A possibility today in her answer was that she was interested in you. She would have done the long distance thing from you with you but she just felt like you weren't interested and you had given her the cold shoulder so is this just something where it was. Hey we were on a show together. We got to where we did because we stuck together as much as we could've without you going off to carlos couple times and it was just somebody that you're you weren't interested post show i mean is it as simple as that also this up going into the show and at this point in my life. I'm not necessarily actively pursuing a relationship necessarily. I'll say <hes> so it's nothing against tatum. I just don't know if i really want to be in a relationship right now and it's fine if she does you know everybody's kind of as their own agenda related baeza different points in their life so for me it would have taken something really special for me to commit to a relationship so obviously taking my were never dating. We were just in a couple on a reality tv. Show tatum was a person that i had you know some feelings flora. I liked tatum issues cool shoes. You know fun to be around all that stuff. Even with the carlos situation i mean not completely forget for that so there is no hard feelings between him and i just was not ever never really seriously considering a an actual relationship with her <hes> and it is what it is though i for her yes. She made her feelings known. I think he would have been okay with china long distance relationship i would not have been okay china long distance relationship and and you know we work <unk> talk from time to time. I think she was getting upset with me because i wasn't. I wasn't responding to her in a timely fashion. I wasn't talking about every day started. She's upset with me and she found out that rosanna from the show came to st louis to visit me and rosanna had been all over the rosanna went to california. It is britney in some of the other gas number. She went to new york visit. Some of the cast members hang out and then she went to st louis and oh. I think tatum look like oh what you rosanna or a thing now and it's like no you know using our good friends come visit and so at that point she you know i guess that's the last straw for her and she's kind of cut off communication when she found out rosanna was gonna come to st louis. Oh it is what it is okay because that's basically what it was when i asked her what situation with you and bobby now and she's like no we don't even we don't even talk anymore and he knows why and i'm not going to get into it yeah and he probably won't get into it either and and that's where she left it. I'm like okay well. I'll ask him but i have no problem getting into it. I have no shame eamon. Adding rosanna <unk>. Were very close in the hotel. We had a great time together. She obviously was with tyler inner time there on the show obviously made her off limits and he is tyler was my body on the show so as long as toddlers ana were couple. I was never gonna you know even consider zana's option to room with but but in all reality after all that stuff sell down you know reside talked and you know. We just knew that we were good friends. We wanted hang out and see each other so it's nothing more than that. What is just <hes> you know. There's nothing wrong with rosanna being close and i'm. I'm sorry that that obviously pissed off. I didn't want pissed kim off but you know she has every right to to go about handled things anyway. She wants so yeah. I don't really talk too much at all lately because you know she was fed up with me and and and i get it i mean in fact the view. I was surprised she wanted to talk to me. At all after i did which i did finale and i dropped also. I thought that you'd never wanna talk to you again. After that surprised to find out those that wasn't the case but took everybody moves on and everybody's got bright futures ascherman if tames not going to be a part artemije future in any way shape or form and that's too bad but she has to do what's best for her and for removing her removing me from her life completely. He is what's best for her. Then soviet so post show is there. Any obscene sounds like you're friends with a lot of the cast and a lot of the cast has remained friends. I take it yeah absolutely not obviously from the cast. I would say probably closest. I'm obviously closer to tyler. I ever hung out a few times <hes> after the show he lives about an hour. West of chicago is about three and a half hours north of me. In saint louis and we've held out a few times. We talk almost every day. <hes> he's really cool guy. We can have similar direction so we wanna go future and then i came to visit. I'm going up to new york at the end of the month of is intellectually caitlyn mary laying on hans jackie speier so i consider myself to be pretty close with majority of the you you know the cast members and it was a special experience that we are all artist so you grow pretty close to people when you're all involved with something like that. You know we went into it knowing nobody so it's really easy to start to get along with people because college you go into it knowing nobody and everybody's open make friends and <hes> when you're all a part the same experience like that and you're all in it together. It's really easy even in a matter of you know four or five weeks to get pretty pretty close to each other so some people are like oh. You guys were just on a reality. Show like you know stop acting like your real friends. You don't get it. You spent twenty hours a day with these people with no phones no t._v. You can legitimately get pretty close to people in a month. You know it's basically a month long vacation yeah so yeah so it's not unrealistic at all for people to actually have in relationships out of that thing but find your love. This may be a little bit of a different story well. You're you're closest to tyler like you said i asked tatum this but i don't know how close tatum is with tyler and and i asked her is tyler still with what's the girlfriend who came on the show. I forget daily daily. Is he still with her because tatum was like i think they are but they're kind of some days they are. They aren't yes the exact status of that relationship you'll have to you'll got to reach out to tyler sometime in had asked us from him. I will say i believe that those two are still see each other on occasion on how often i don't know if they had an official title. Tyler doesn't really ever give me a straight answer on that either so obviously hope the best for both of them. I kinda try to stay out of that because you know it's not really my business right now. I think kinda gone through some rough patches the whole show and everything that happened so i don't know i don't know the status of that. So what about you po show like <hes> like you said your two hundred thousand dollars richer <hes>. What are your plans going forward in terms of job what you're doing. I know you're big into gulf. I've noticed <hes> and you've got a hell of a swing for a guy. That's his thick as you are like. I'm i was when i saw that instagram post most of your swing at the golf course at the driving range. I was like wow because usually people that are as built as you don't have that flexibility exa ability and they all kind of swing the same way having played golf myself over the years you have very like i was impressed by your swing for someone as ripped as you are because it's usually you just don't get that type of torque on a swing like that but you know what you're doing out there. What's your handicap by the way thanks man. Yeah lama scratched off. I played in your scratch golfer offer. Hope shit no wonder yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah i played in college at the university of tampa a scholarship to play golf and it's just something i like to to do something you can do your whole life's too big part of my life. It has nothing to do with my career or anything moving forward just like to do and the abbott the flexibility thing is it's funny because i can't even touch my toes <hes> but in terms of flexibility in my back and what it takes to generate torque and you you know i haven't had a quote unquote a solid golf swing <hes> i can still i can still make those moves but it's like if you ever watch the world long drive guys geyser built those guys are giant six three six four two hundred thirty pounds and if you wanna hit the ball far you know flexibility in technique comes first then any muscle stolen any strength you add to that swing keep going further and further so yeah golfer something i like to play with cardinal hall of fame shortstop stop ozzie smith the other day and buddy had wanted to try them. Pretty sweet was unbelievable but yeah. I'm a midwestern dude. You know i i go out on occasion stuff like that but not really a big partyer. I like to hang out with my buddies and play all go to the gym and <hes> for me moving moving forward. I'd like to find another show. You know. Okay fuck yeah. Absolutely absolutely. I definitely not going to work for a little while steve steve. I'm not gonna work for at least at least six eight months. I'm just gonna take it easy so i had some money saved up before this anyway so i'm just gonna you know what <music> what was your job before this. What did you do before. I always i was in sales. I was in automotive equipment. Sales corporate sales gig where i had a bill. They all big old territory in the midwest kind of traveled around made calls <unk> tool shadows trade show stuff like that it was gay. I loved it great people there yeah but you know i wasn't passionate about it so hopefully the next thing i do. You know i have some more passion for it. That's all i can ask for right yeah. No doubt i mean you. You earned two hundred thousand dollars that you didn't have before you went on the show so you can do whatever the hell you want with it and take as much time off as you want you mentioned other shows was like. Is there anything that pops into your head like. There's gotta be shows that obviously you are. Are there ones established out there that you're like. I would love to do that show one day. You know honestly i would like to i would i would like to show where it's just a cast of people living their lives like jersey shore type show and the reason is because then you're not worried about the game worried about getting voted off you know i want. I wanna be a part of the cool thing about some of those shows riches. Following people's lives whatever it is they're doing. Is you actually get to do a lot of character building and you're not stressed out as you're having a good time and people are entertained by so the stuff like the challenge all nj the bachelor or the bachelorette like that. It's kind of more of the same where you're constantly on edge because you're worried about getting voted out and i'm not opposed to doing a show like that. Atlit you know rendition of jersey shore floor amateur stuff like that anything along those lines <unk> in house full of buddies in your living your life at the time. I guess what i would like to do because i do because i do have a good time. I think you didn't get to see that when he washed. Paradise hotel is not going to be time we had we. We get if you drink than us and we'd hit went down. There was fucking hilarious and you just didn't really get it. You didn't really get a sense of that because they had to stick to the plot they stick to you know what the show is about which was staying in a couple in getting voted out so all the little funny stuff that happened behind the scenes in a lot of that didn't make the final edit. It's too bad because there's some cool people in the show with some cool personalities and you just didn't necessarily get to see that no that's understandable like you said it's it's a television show and they have to show oh the game aspect of it and who's scheming in sue because then stuff if they don't show that part then stuff that then stuff would happen it wouldn't make sense. They had to show a backstory backstory as to why things lead up to certain things and yeah on a show like that. They're not gonna show a bunch of people having fun and just let loose exactly back. Maybe maybe if they had that full full span episodes they intended they would have more if they had the fleas exactly so it's but <hes> anyway bobby <hes> congratulations on on the win and good luck with everything in the future i really appreciate you coming on and taking the time <hes> to do this for an hour and i'm sure the fans are gonna love it as well so <hes> good luck in the future and we'll be in touch thanks to you they had me on you got about thanks a lot to bobby ray for that and to tatum before him really cool to hear from both of them. They're obviously not seeing the things right now but who knows maybe they will down the road. Just wanna tell you that this podcast brought to you by kiko ky-ko's projects and designed to spark creativity tinkering and learning and kids of all ages. They may be learning about steam fun. They aren't a mission to empower kids not just to make a project but to make a difference kiko is offering in reality podcast listeners the chance to try them for free to redeem this offer and learn more about the projects for kids of all ages visit kiwi co dot com slash steve. That's i w i c o dot com slash steve you know one thing that bobby said during the podcast that i that i gave a little little fought to and it didn't say it at the time but he's talking about when i asked him about the winner and you know he said in his mind david kendall deserved to to win and then obviously his the reason why they didn't win was because what did he say well. If david kendall one that would have been really the anti-climactic and kinda boring because they were there for love and within the theme of the show yeah they would've probably deserved to win but it wouldn't have been good t._v. and then him and tatum one and you know he talked about the finale and how it was a great finale and but he didn't agree with what tatum did during the show to get to that place said look all you had to do was to stay with me but when he says that about david kendall now thinking about it it's like but if tatum never does anything and never you're tries to play jar and tries to get carlos eliminated by going behind bobby raised back and they didn't have drama between them then maybe bobby in tatum or the couple ends up being david kendall and at that particular checkout people eliminate them like if there was no. It was almost like i get. We're bobby is saying but the fact that him and tatum did have some drama and they weren't like the solid couple that held hands all day long and you know slept together the whole show and and 'cause no drama and we're frankly kind of boring like david kendall were. That's what got david kendall voted out so maybe if he it's almost like i am i know bobby. He was bothered by the kendall stuff in early tatum stuff and that's why he eventually dropped on her because he felt he couldn't trust her however it's almost like without out that they might not have gotten that far so it is interesting. I mean there's there's obviously this is the first season in fifteen years. There's no correct way to play but the way that bobby one. The game was different than how tatum played and how bobby played. They looked like they were in different. They were on different sides of things but you know bobby. Ultimately has has the scoreboard in this because he one hundred thousand and tatum walked away with nothing nothing unfortunately but that finale was fun to watch. I mean if you if you missed it it. It really was interesting. You can even check it out. I'm sure it's still up on fox or hulu somewhere anyway. Thank you very much to both of them. <hes> for sharing their stories with with us this week please rate subscribe and review in apple podcasts always very much appreciated. We are in the top ten of any any shows all the shows on apple podcasts. We are in the top ten on the tv and film category which is great. We moved up to number eight. I believe last week and and the hayley stevens episode couple of weeks ago got us <hes> that particular episode got got as high as number two <hes> libya's episode last week got in the top ten so let's make the tatum and bobby interview make the top ten as well. That'd be great anyway. Thank you all for tuning in to podcast number one thirty eight and <hes> next next week. We're back in the bachelor world as i don't want to jinx it yet but it is somebody i've talked about in the past that i've wanted to get on supposedly. I'm going to be recording with them later today so i'll have that in the can hopefully for the next week and run it next week but we're to record today and it's definitely bachelor related. I think you're gonna like this anyway. Thank you off tuning into podcasts and thirty eight. I really appreciate it and we will talk to you next week. Yeah uh-huh.

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Episode 56 -- Bobby Hillin Part 2

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Episode 56 -- Bobby Hillin Part 2

"Hello my name is rik houston and welcome to the same bob podcast your source for all things nascar history bringing bringing this idea to us was a really really a stroke of genius to be honest with you because it fits in so well with our throwback platform as far as the boys to sern. I'll love him in the ring accident. Remember gone out on track first time in practice and just below hello and buy another car day nascar and all associated anyway with nasqad aw forget it's passed as today we don't have any hello i'm steve weight and i'm rick houston and we are here in a conference room at darlington raceway with kerry tharp who is the president of darlington <hes> rick. You look like a kid at christmas. Stave gabbay honest with you. It's hard not to get emotional. It really is because right here we have these commemorative issues of grand national sane and they are everything that we could have possibly possibly hoped for absolutely super and i'm really delighted with all the work. You did to make this happen. Well kerry first of all. Thank you so much man plan for this opportunity and i truly do believe that we have delivered and i believe that you're going to be happy with this product well. I'll tell you it's it's like a blast from the past. Let's go back months ago. When when you guys came in and approached this with this idea we want to do everything we can each year ear to give our throwback weekend a different look and a fresh look and this right here is definitely a fresh look and it's going to be so so well received by the fans that <hes> i i just i'm looking forward to seeing their their reaction but i wanna thank you all for for the hard work and the dedication gatien and the and the vision to get this done <hes> bringing this idea to us was was a really really a a stroke of genius to be honest with you because it fits in so well with our throwback platform and i am very very pleased without turned out and again i think the biggest winners and all of this there's gonna be the fan absolutely the thing that i loved so much about this entire. Process has been the reaction of people on social media and looking forward to getting their hands on a copy when we do something at saint vault podcast we we swing from heels to say that he picks up this. The issue of seen from darlington is not only going to be thoroughly entertained but they are going to get very good lesson in nascar history and and darlington history. It'll be a keepsake and steve. You and i've talked about this but there has not been a new issue of grand national sane on the newsstands ends a brand new issue roll off the press. It'll be thirty years this month. It was in august of eighty nine when the name switch from grand national national saying to winston cup sane and then in december. It'll be a fourteen years since the same brand printed its most recent the issue and now there's a new one that's right. That's right and i tell you what the folks that may seem. What was over the years are duly represented in this issue and that's people like yourself deb. Williams jeff owns kenny bruise mark ashburn. They're all in there and i'm proud of for doing that carry. I know that you're very a busy. It's your one week. A year that you work in an strike that from the record i cut cut a joke didn't mention that tadesse warden. I thought he was going to come across the table so listen carey i. I don't want to bother you anymore. Thank you so much for your time today. Thank you so much for your time over the last several months. Thank you so much for this entire project. I tell you it's amazing what can happen when when you know folks get together and want to do he's something for the good and this is definitely for the good of the sport good of the fans and and <hes> certainly what better place to bring back the grand national seen that at darlington raceway thank you all very much and we look forward to getting these in the hands of the fans here in just a few days. Thank you carry steve. I don't know where we go from there. But this week we have the second and final part of my interview with bobby helen. He talks about gosh. He talks about fighting you in the boxing ring uh-huh. Oh yes i want a piece of that action. Yes sir okay and then he also talks about just that amazing day he had at talladega in nineteen ninety two when he substituted for davey allison in finished third and that was a big day for him big day because he was in the closet he car he was passing people were pretty much left and right had never done that before and it was a real thrill l. form and then in our second segment. We're going to talk about the september eighth nineteen ninety four issue of winston cup bill elliott yeah one for junior johnson and also also in this issue. There's news about ernie irvine who had been so very very very seriously. Injured critically injured at michigan a couple of weeks before that was a miracle yeah. Absolutely i'll never get <hes> walking into the track with my friend. Tom higgins and we walked in the downstairs. Media the room at michigan and came across ally gold ally was is. Why does this sheet any just looked at us and said. Did you hear what happened happened. Ernie and of course it happened before we actually got there. We didn't know it was something that we couldn't really come to grips with at that particular blend time but we did have a job to do. We had to start investigating the accident and what the repercussions were not only for earn it but for robert yates racing this week steve we also have new patriot support from paul hessy jeffrey besta and michael massey listeners five dollars a month on patria one or more and you'll get one of these commemorative issues and you want to have on the and i believe that we've got enough that we can kind of spread the love around a little bit five dollars the month on patriotic or more and you'll get your hands on a one of these just absolutely beautiful beautiful issues and also do five dollars a month and you'll we'll get a classic issue of winston cup. Sane do ten dollars a month. You'll get to and so on so forth so yeah. The pod is pretty sweet. They're absolutely and fans as you do want to take advantage of this patriarch dot com slash the same podcast. You'll get hooked up on the papers if you'd just rather do a one time show support support pay pal dot me slash the same podcast. Your support made this grand national saying commemorative issue happen. Absolutely you were one of the first drivers who really really same committed to physical fitness and working out in that kind of thing. Is it true that you want tried to get steve way to spar with you in the boxing ring and if so is that offer still good yes and yes you're on you. You know really hoppy wheeler got me into boxing humped. He's done that with a lot of young drivers yeah <hes> the he he really took me under my wing and and work and we boxed now part of our physical conditioning but you know these big deal with boxing will young drivers was twofold one it was to help them getting physical condition but the other part of it was to <hes> work on your temperament healthy realized that a lotta things happen race car and so you know what he would try to do and when we were boxes he tried to give me lose my temper and so then he was sit on and talk to me and literally you know he'd say take out legal pack and and he'd say writes this question down. He say what happens. Is you know you get a flat tire on the fifth lap of racial. What are you gonna do what happens here. What happens there and and you know he made me write down how was gonna respond house going to handle it and so that was the box and was a big part of that and really physical condition prior kept me racing. You know it helped helped me through my injuries in my neck and dry. I mean today my next of caught up with me. You know i had major neck surgery just a few years ago and when i went to all the m._r._i. Is there anything else you know. The doctor said man your next just in terrible shape and i was had no <hes> <hes> no disc lifting my vertebrae and bone on bone and nadia candidates artificial disc in my neck but a still managed today. I can play golf. Do whatever and i think a lot of physical condition as far as the waste loved him in the ring i yeah i'd love for you to get him unerring to bobby bobby in the late nineteen as you also helped found motoracing outreach. How did that come about well. We were just the times darrell waltrip l._a. Speed and had each gone out and during racing at riverside. I think it was riverside. Yeah we were were invited to speak at church that mac shelton. I think he was a he was at one of his lead pastor. Vivas workings pastor at the church max was a big race in <hes> speaking church locally and maximum developed a good relationship as he called me one day and said hey bobby <hes>. I'm i'm. I'm gonna move to i think he said jacksonville florida and i'm gonna stored of a nascar ministry because we told we told laxed that you know we had a guy that was common to the racism during travel services and and doing a bowel studies but he's kinda hit hit miss and there's probably we probably use a fulltime industry in nascar anyway. He told me it's going to jacksonville. I said no no no no no max you're goes to jacksonville. I said if you want to nascar ministering unity moves charlotte and so he was talking to lake and he's talking to darryl and and then i think between him talking all three of us you know at one point we all talked and said hey would we find you know a certain amount getting started in and that's what happened happened so you know we help supporting early on and <hes> in everything just started coming together and you know the the motorist average. It just took off and became a really stable. <hes> kinda like church has a track for racing community. Maybe you wound up leaving this develop brothers at the end of the nineteen ninety season. Was that a mutual decision or was that your decision or would you have maybe stayed if the opportunity had been there well it you know going back to harry hyde early on we were running well our fight like chess and dogs and and it it was a real frustrating time for me and i looked at my career is affected people. I don't know i don't know i was going to ever get any respect. If i stayed it's develop brothers and i was also frustrated because it if you looked at sports at time two teams that were the most successful were richard childress childress <hes> robert gates jagger out he was teams where the owner was very very evolved in the team pretty much on a daily basis and it a lot of people don't believe this but the exact weight went down was like this cost of all the one night and i said bill and i walked him through the successful teams and how they operate in the owner was on site and i said bill i think only chance we've really got to make like this thing. Work is for you or your brother to move down charlotte in operates his team hands on. I said i think the simple fact that you being in here. Were changed so much because i was so frustrated i saw so many people come in place and and by the way harry is not one of so many people that came out of that place that took advantage of of older brothers and <hes> and i was tired of seeing that and i wanna run well the nonetheless i just said i think the only gonna work is is if you guys smoothed out operates team and the other ones stay up in new jersey and run your business and he said i think that's the only way we stay together us the way i put it to a see because because if you can't do that i think i think it's probably best if i just start looking for new ride. He just said we can't do that. We we just simply count on doing it do and that was czar agreement and i said okay. I just want you to know i've got to start looking for nero is go ahead and he he we were both ready for a change and and and awesome xactly how it went down now davey allison gets turned over at pocono in nineteen ninety two and he's beaten up really bad anybody who was around that time remembers as the bloodshot eyes remembers the broken hand in the velcro on the steering wheel and the gearshift and all that for him to even be in the car but you get lined up to get in the corner under the first caution at talladega. How did that come about well. It's time. I did not have a soul tom ron and so you know when it happened. I think i immediately reached gerard gates and lobbying for the job and not me along with hundreds arta and so you know it just i didn't know i didn't really know until the last minute if i was going to get opportunity and i can't tell you behind the scenes how how it happened but evidently robert and learn girls decided to you know in the car and up mail that was a good breitbart remains to come back and do so well in in that nice. You're not supposed to cheer in the press box. I was pulling for you that day because you had a well of a run. What do you remember about the race itself now. The two things i remember three things i remember one is that coming from the back awali dollar back and i poked <hes> <hes> and we drafted together and and <hes> we you know we just go from the back straight to the front and then the second thing i remember his at me as sterling marlin and ernie urban lapsed the entire field that was unheard of back in and <hes> and so we literally were all on the lap ourselves in inserting starting. I remember is that <hes> coming out of the pits the last stop under grain <hes> it was a it was a gas and go only <hes> or ramada been to write towers with guest go only but i couldn't get out of pits because you know with without i didn't have a luxury in the the other two guys had locked in and so i couldn't. I couldn't keep spin the tires coming out. It's out there and that costs us from winning the race and so we think it's third set of winning. I think like robert gates and all those guys were super happy anyway. I was frustrated because i felt like scowl the pits yes and agreeing woodhead chance to win that race in and it didn't happen but it was still a great guy you mentioned the fact that the twenty-eight car robert yates racing at that time was one of the two or three best cars in that garage the lose it like for you personally to drive that car that day oil fast to tell data and and you know oh i didn't remember going out on track the first time in practice and just blow and by other cars josh this experienced anything like this so it was a pretty cool that was probably one of the most exciting times of ever getting a race racecar was just that i practice session that car just how great was pasta was now the the was interesting. Though was the following week we were going. The bristol and i had the opportunity drive the car bristol in thought it was going to get to race it. In so what happened was i practiced the car and davey practiced the car and i i ended up not getting the start the car because davis well debuts always starts in the points but <hes> i was is going to either get in the first or second cautions and long story short davian of getting a crash <hes> before i could ever get a chance to get the car during the race race but the cool thing about that weekend was i got to practice car and was in in right off. The bat was one of the fastest cars and practice and again. I was thinking well. I don't know how you know. Robert gates known first horsepower and so i would sure how much show up at at bristol but woes lows amazing was just a car sells out how will droz and how it has power and drove really well and then again. I'll get in a car bristol which is a complete. It's a short track is not even close to a super speed right and i got in the car and just like wow this is easy as karch is good and fast as it was just a cool experience after talladega and finished in third and putting davey back atop the point standings did your phone start ringing <hes> yeah ah yes and and that's you know one of those times where you know if i had to do it all over again i was just i would have done some completely different but you know i probably would have more offers ahead more offers common but i jumped at the first thing that came and it's probably the biggest mistake i remade into to really put the kabosh ashok career and it's kind of a bad thing but yeah that's that's where i went down nineteen ninety-three daytona five hundred bobby you get in a situation relation and accident with kyle petty and i believe allen's or junior and everybody has this vision of you and cow kinda grabbing each other and him grabbing having your helmet and all that kind of thing what happened from your viewpoint well first of all you know. That was a great race for us. I think i was only forward the past dale earnhardt under green flag conditions for the leader race or earlier in the race. We're run really well and dale earnhardt and al unser jenner or get into a crash in front of me and take me out and when he when i got hit it ripped my right front corner of the car off and again again june. Don levy's team was run what they call just a a one master cylinder brake system so all of my all sore breaks were tied to one master cylinder so that when i ripped one wheel off not only do not have any steering any bricks pushed all the brake fluid out of it and i know bracelets during sir i go through the trial so the grass is backed up <unk> subtract and hit the wall well kyle was in the back at the time and had it you know play opportunity to slow down al but for whatever reason you know spotter you know why you know he comes he comes through the trial when hits me and curls out of the car and and i thought he was gonna i'm sitting crashes disappointed about everything that happened. Normally when two guys trash lifetimes ago reach him say your k- i kind of walked across the hood of his car and lean into my car. I was expecting him to say hey. Are you okay in the state he said why did you not keep your foot. Put on the ethic break. <hes> just set there for seconds at what and i just no no. I know i'm gonna go explain him. This is baloney and so are chasing down and we get into deal where we're just you know grabbing each other. Whatever and you know it's funny funny. How thank you putz at all. The time like you know people say oh man. I hit the sky surrogate. I should have punched this guy. I'm kathleen back man. I punched him. Cowl wrote me the nicest apology letter did he really mean and people don't know that the cow wrote me the nicest apology letter handwritten letter putting the miles you know and it's no big deal to that but <hes> but it's time i think we were both pretty frustrated. How long after that did you get the letter. Let's next week. I'll really okay all right. Why is very cool. That's another thing. I didn't know that's pretty awesome bobby. You made the field for the inaugural brickyard four hundred eighty giving your family's background there. What did it mean into you to be able to raise their yourself then yeah. That was probably the most special times throughout my whole. Racing curves is going to go back to andy the pictures of myself sit on a side pot of indycar steering out to the to the grid as young boy when is getting pushed out to the lineup and so come i'm back their race was really really cool and and <hes> and <hes> just you know he's just you know the story of us getting a racer driver. Bill elliott gets time. <hes> it was a great. It was just a great a great time. I enjoy being there and i enjoyed every time a race. The brickyard is is is just really special now. Danny shave her had played major league baseball for the red sox the indians the rockies and the cardinals and at that time i was a big baseball fan so i thought it was pretty cool that danny sheaffer the major league baseball player was coming to the race track. How did you two become friends and then how did that lead to the busch series team. Well going back to motor array salaries when the race restarted somehow max had an affiliation with pro athletes outreach which is a ministry to non evans started years ago and so they had a baseball conference each at and the baseball season in the year conference and then they head of football into the your conference and so when we started motor racing outreach <hes> max kind of affiliated motoring outreach with <unk> pro racing outright or pro oh athletes outreach and we had our urine conference with the baseball guys and or allow the baseball guys came to argue in conference because <hes> norm was helping max axe and so gain shaffer and a couple of the other baseball players came to our in the your conference and that's how we got to be friends and we're still still great great friends today right but <hes> you know fast forward introducing me to gary guidi saudi guys <hes> you know we just at a time later where out starting to bush came came and talked to danny one thing led to another. I was raising money to start team and has some guys out of charlotte. Were going to put some money up and <hes>. I stopped danny and gary and start talking to them and we ended up getting five at a major league baseball players to to put money behind the team and bacchus to help. Let's get started a baseball fan at the time or was this more of a business arrangement as more of a business arrangement. I i was somewhat of a baseball fan because my father other <hes> actually went to texas on a baseball scholarship and my grandfather and my great uncle both play professional baseball to some home extent and so the i think the baseball gene kind got lost with me. I interested in baseball an especially following those guys after meeting him <hes> you know and and so today i'm a pretty big baseball fan i saw the astros you know really close and i had season tickets for a while so they kind of those guys got me. Really i enjoy it and start. Calling is probably more now. Eventually mark maguire came into into the ownership group in some shape form or fashion and the first year that program turned out to be nineteen ninety eight which was the year of the home run chase between sammy sammy sosa and mark mcgwire and i thought it was really cool. How you guys we keep up with his home run total on the car yet yeah every week <hes> every every week we had a number of a little number on the seacoast of the car and it was however many home runs he had at that time and so it was really cool on the racetrack week after week with a better number higher a number higher number and then you know all culminated with us going racing saint louis after he already hit seventy home runs and we have special tank scheme special helmet and and i was really really cool weekend <hes> being able to do that in the busch series a march as part of the team. How much attention did that bring to well. I think it helped quite a bit it really did i mean that was you know looking back on the we saw at that time we thought the media exposure and and the the exposure nascar's getting in general was it was kind of just off the charts and lo and behold it's nothing it was nothing compared to what is going to be an all the way from two thousand four two thousand seven. I guess maybe or whenever you know is really high time but but at that time it was a lot and we and and we generate more immediate exposure as your long and he was getting those home runs totals and <hes> and so there's a lot of fun in my book second to none the history of the nascar carbo series there is a picture of you in your car at gateway. I believe it was and your helmet has mark maguire on the side of it and roger cameras. Do you still have that helmet and if so what do you want for yeah i keep many racing helmets but that's one that i did cheap she <hes> and and so the the gentleman that tainted that helmet he painted two helmets identical and he gave one to mark wanted me and so i i raced aged the race in saint louis with that helmet and then retired it and it's in a case. I've got it here a home and and those are asked to buy. I don't ah south so you're saying no deal come. Oh man bobby. What are you doing now. When did you move back the taxes. I moved back to houston in two thousand and one and <hes> so it man if somebody's a whole nother career here. It's crazy times flies but you still feel young enough. I go drought racecar <unk>. Come on now. Come on now. You need to put that based or asked now in two thousand one. That's the belong. What are you doing now well. I'm moved here. <hes> i started service company operated company for about eleven years and where a successful sale and then in started another business <hes> we were we were building subsea equipment and we ended up actually building offshore platforms and so i've been in the offshore business <hes> but when the last oil price went down in late two thousand fourteen we kinda change gears and so <hes> for the past few years we have been developing a project to build a sixty thousand <unk> hydra traitor to treat to seal the also the new. I am oh twenty twenty regulation so we're we're in the process of trying to put together basically a refinery honorary bobby last question. How would you like nascar fans to remember. You know that's a tough question i don't. I don't really really no <hes> you know. I think if you say nascar fans you know you're talking about. You know a group of people. I kind of look it lies as a whole so k. not so much that i don't want to be remembered eating live. I think my goal in life is to is to <hes> you know help motivate people to do the best i can be independent. You know ultimately walk walk what god has designing for them to be. Ah literally had a friend that they struggled and he and i gonna conversational clog last night before i was driving back here austin and <hes> you know we talked about what is the definition of success around the dennis successes really walking closer to walk to be the person that god wants you to be the intended you to be so <unk>. Alice walker remember means for or you know was my role airs. Try to motivate people to be the best day <music> at darlington raceway tradition comes alive. Here's bill elliott it out of turn number. Four herald kinder- has the checkered flag in hand and elliot takes it in wins the winston million and the southern five hundred seventy years of racing at the track too tough to tame. Come celebrate the nineties with us at darlington raceway on labor day weekend. Earnhardt will win win his second southern five hundred six victory at the darlington raceway in south carolina jeff gordon will win mark. Martin makes it four wins in a role to purchase tickets gets call eight six six four five nine race allegoric erases number three and back to the start finish to take the checkered flag or visit darlington raceway dot com a a measure of a career winning a suburb five hundred art. Bring the family and relive the history rich but gets the jacker add. Tim richmond wins the southern five hundred south carolina just right so steve wade win. Are we going to be able to set up this. Sparring match. Touch with bobbi hill and i cannot wait for conscious. I just can't do it. I'd murderer well. I'll tell you what when you set this up. I want to go straight to vegas and say what kind of odd we can get on this match this way. If we do set this up and you do find those odds at vegas make your they're against me so you can make money. Is that why it's going to be well again. I'm just gonna say well. Maybe you shouldn't get now. Steve joking aside. What do you remember about him offering to take you to the boxing ring and go at it fist to coast the whole nine yards. I think it was sent around the fact that <hes> bobby was boxer in the sense that he used as part of his physical fitness regimen yeah and so we've got to talk about that some time and i sort of said well you and me are just go at it sometime sometime and see how you do it all right. So what was your idea. I asked him about sure now. That adds a whole nother level the matter is i kept telling him. Hey i'm joking. I'm joking not serious. I never forgot it though never forgot. I can't believe that you've brought up the fact that one of my favorite workout routines ever is hitting the punching bag at our local wa. That is the best workout i've ever had. I take your word for it. Be very honestly. I've not hit a a punching bag as much as i love hitting punching bag. Though i ain't about to hit anything that's gonna hit me back and bobby hill and would hit me back well. That's my philosophy to this. Wish by rica believe me and we joke about this but working out is something that bobby hill india to stay in shape and he was probably probably one of the first that i really remember kinda concentrating on physical fitness and that kind of thing him into mark martin him and mark martin but before then it was getting your car driving around smoke a cigarette and get out of the car and go line the lazy chair for the rest of the week but that wasn't bobby and that certainly wasn't mar- martin no no and and those guys are at the forefront of the trend that began you're right in the in the early days of nash hard for many years afterward. <hes> drivers were not exactly the fittest of physical specimens. There's no doubt about now they they weren't shave for what they did. You know their stamina was very good but when it came to doing physical fitness regimens that increase their muzzles. I'll things like that that they weren't practitioners of that and another aspect is the fact that bobby said that he did this in order to basically rehab some injuries that he had particularly with his neck and just off the top of my head ed certainly bobby hillen was involved in his share of accidents over the years but i don't remember any that were necessarily. I don't know that he ever turned over. I don't know the barreled. I can't remember anything like that and i can't remember bobby ever saying to the media that he was working out to overcome. Nobody knew what kind of injuries by being may have had and not drivers don't necessarily like to broadcast the fact that they are in unless this is severely negatively affects performance yet and they'll speak up their junior. He's perfect with a concussion. Bobby never did that. We never took it to heart art that he was doing this not only keep in shape but overcome injuries. That was an unknown. I actually had the opportunity to sit down with bobby in houston houston a couple of years ago because he and his wife had come to see the mission control film space center houston to win. We had our big premiere down there and then dan. I don't know how long it was after that i came back to houston for another event at space in houston and johnson space center but i had some free time and so bob hill and and ah kind of just hung out and watch the door truck race together <hes> he talked about his neck injuries that night and i didn't know that they were as extensive as what they were no. I don't think anybody really did tell through certainly not while he was driving but there's another side to silence that drivers have about injury. Oh yeah you probably know where it is if they let it known that they were injured. They felt that they're putting their ride at risk. There was a time in place place when you didn't talk about internet very taboo. That was true. I remember more than one driver lost his ride because he could not compete in the car or at least it could not compete as well as he thought he should and the owner and the crew chief picked up on it and decided we can't spend the next several weeks you relief drivers going to have to find some way to get around this and that way was to go out and hire another. It happened so the fear was not exactly exactly irrational not rational at all. I really you know in this day and age. I don't think that that sort of thing would really go on unless the injury was debilitating rose tang and now forced to drive the car but back then yeah it happened and there was truth to the concerns driver had that if he spoke about his injury he was risking his ride. Now steve asked me about going to get takeout to watch the outdoor truck race with bobby bobby hill and asked me about that rick what happened in going to get takeout. Why you and bobby watch the elder race oh my lord bobby hill and got behind the wheel of his issue. Oh no and i knew that when i was in trouble when we left his driveway doing about forty miles an hour on two wheels and steve. I'm not had exaggerate on holy man. There are two when you're covering drivers offers number one never get in a car whether racetrack number two never get in an airplane where the race driver is the pot now do that and more and more and this is a brief one more. Don't agitate the driver if he's in his paget are in front of you which i did one one time leaving martinsville speedway's. I came up behind her slow of course yeah. The traffic is backed up. A little bit came behind the car. I was waiting. I looked and they're are driving. The car was buddy owington so what i did was i tapped him on his rear berber boom just like that. He looks up in here. Review mir saw oh is me shoved his car in reverse mash the gas and push me twenty feet straight backwards. I was scared there because i didn't know how how far the next car behind me was ultimately ragged ways but he just he showed me straight backwards incredible. Don't mess with the driver and a passenger in your to get it to where the restaurant was where we were picking up our food. We had to get on like some of the houston area. Yeah interstates rick. You're gonna pay holy cow bobby hill and i know you're listening to this. Not love you brother but holy cow man. You scared the daylights out of me that good for you bobby in steve another thing that i thought was very surprising about this interview was the fact that he kind of talked about his relationship with harry hod and he said that the first time he was with harry hod who was seventeen eighteen eighteen nineteen year old kid and he was basically soaking everything in but then a few years past and harry came back and was his crew chief steve at this develop brothers evidently for whatever reason they didn't exactly see eye to eye. What you've got is a old crew. Chief set in knees ways. Yeah no doubt about that and what you've got is a young driver who was just a kid. The first time we met this old crew chief and was probably probably an r._v. and everything said but after baba gained a certain amount of experience yeah on the cup tour he had knowledge a public. I thought that sometimes his knowledge should be listened to. I'm not too sure he got that response out of harry. I never met harry hod but what i i know of him anytime. Anybody's getting in a fuss with harry hot. It's probably not gonna end well. No harry was stubborn but harry was brilliant. <hes> there's no question about it. He was a master crew chief and even he said that <hes> as his career moved on found himself basic taking care of younger longer drivers rather than working with established stars so his whole attitude about how to be a crew chief when it comes to working with the driver change and i think it changed the point where harry that i know more than you so listen to me well when that young driver gave over and has his own stash of knowledge. That's not gonna work to will and i think another thing that was in the mix was the fact that we talked last week. About this develop brothers building their own chassis and the end bobby went to build avala and said you know. I don't know that things are really working out as well as either. One of us would like because certainly the results were on the race track the way that they would've liked right but bobby went to bill and said the successful race teams right now are richard childress and junior johnson and hendrick motorsports in jack rows house and those teams were the team owners are present at the rice shop every week right and for whatever reason that wasn't the case with this develop brothers. I know and i think that's the voters had pretty good business going for themselves. Back up north. It needed a lot of attention and i think that they count on others at the shop more or less to do the day to day routine that need to be done. I'm not saying that those people that they hired weren't good people but i am. I'm saying that for quite a while. There were rumors yeah. <hes> let it go around and <hes> i'm sure bobby heard it and his reaction was a logical article one. He would like to see the owners be more hands on steve. One of the most interesting parts about this interview was the fact that to me when i asked bobby helen about substituting for davey allison in the twenty eight robert yates racing car after david had been so very seriously hurt in that turnover at pocono bobby seemed ten times more animated talking about finishing third then he was about actually winning at talladega. I don't know why i think i know why because bobby had been on a team with which he had a lot of issues. We just talked about that <hes> he mainly because he wanted the supposed to be more hands on and maybe because the the leadership was not the kind he could trust now think think about it for a minute now. He's driving for robert use race who is more hands on than robert gates. You know why because unlike the suppose robert robert yates had to live auto performance of rodney that was his life blood and number two. He was very very good car because he knew you see what david was doing that car and how well he was running in that car and to him to get a chance to step into that car and drive at talladega got his a tremendous boost for four as well as eagle yeah the proof that he can go out and do something in that car. If the car is really good i can be just as good as an extra every in it anyways eight finished third account today yeah no wonder he was ecstatic. Well i thought it was pretty funny because he said he got in the car for practice and all of a sudden he started started roaring by people to regularly and this car was like riding on a rail it was like rodney rocket ship right and he goes this is cool and certainly that car at that time was one of the i'd say three or four best cars in the garage because certainly not eighteen ninety two all things being even it was a storybook finish for alan quickey but without pocono and without clifford having having his accident i believe davey allison walks away with that championship. You're right. I think you're right. <hes> all the circumstances being equal. He had to be <hes> the heavy favorite to win the championship. He had those disappointing even heartbreaking moments that really sort of changed the tide and steve ernie irvan won in that race and sterling marlin finish second bobby hill and third guess what they lapped the field right. The three cars lapped the the failed now. Can you imagine that happened today and people losing their mind over that no i can't but that's dresses way. I said about bobby. This was a thrill for the guy to do that and steve. I'm going to be honest with you. There's not supposed to be any written cheer in in the press box or anything something like that but that race that bobby finished thirty and at talladega. That was the only race that i ever saw from that old press box mount everest talk. You would just have to been in that place to know what we're talking about to get from the front of the room to the back of the room. It was basically like climbing mount everest. The stairs were so so state and they were so narrow exactly they were so narrow but anyway. I sat in that press box watching that race. I wanted bobby hill and win that race. What a story that would have made. That's my point exactly. I wasn't necessarily. I don't know that i was necessarily rooting for bobby but that would have been a heck of a story if he would have. I've been able to feel the same way. Every media guy in motion boards has failed over the years. They're not cheering for the guy for just <music> simply cheering for them yeah. They're cheering for the guy with the thoughts in their heads. What a story. This is going to make that's where we came from and i'd have been right there with you. Bobby so bobby starts getting some phone calls and he winds up with the number ninety car the hog mars car owned by jimmy dan levy nineteen nineteen ninety-three daytona five hundred bobby's running pretty well in that race absolute doing pretty good and has a bang-up with allen's or junior and a couple of other cars and winds up in the trial and has no brakes has no steering and along comes kyle petty tim and they get into it on the race track and they come to a stop in their cars around next each other and bobby. Most drivers would come to the wind and say hey are you okay and it's not exactly what cow had in mind well cow was very upset with bobby but he did not not understand the situation. The individual who started that malay we're still learning art no clipped corner found that allen's hendrick car and now plowed into bobby bobby when the grass backup to track and so when they raises over and kockums over there because he's is really upset. He didn't really understand the entire situation and bobby trying to explain it to it. All kyle is saying shut up. Shut up collar. Say it so so bobby said well if he's not gonna listen to me. I don't know what the heck else. I can do now later on as you well know kyle did apologize i think he wrote him a note but that it was after cao learned the entire circumstances and bobby wasn't it felt watt they it's kind of funny because if there had been any driver for in that garage at that time where i would have been more shocked to get into a physical altercation no no there weren't any punches thrown or anything like that but to see two drivers going nose to nose like that it was kind of shock to my system to see bobby hill all all people maybe like speed. I wouldn't have been able to say like space going at it with anybody. You know he might have gotten punched by michael. Alter egos. What's going on getting punched one thing pundits up by us you know turn the other cheek but you are correct and bobby did say that the week after after daytona that he got a handwritten note in the mail from cow apologizing and i thought that was that was good that was good and <hes> you know in mentioning bobby being in-incident like that well. It happens and number one. He's a competitor but in this particular case he was on the defensive entity because he was trying to explain to cow what was going on what really happened in house having no part of it yeah and we talked about the deal that he had had with the major league baseball players who became part owner in his rise tame. I tried to weasel my way into getting the mark maguire helmet. He wore ah gateway but he didn't exactly bite on that one so i'm a little upset with my friend bobby helen but i will say this. I wasn't as upset at bobby hill and not giving me the helmet or not making a deal on the helmet as i was our trip to japan. Oh yeah i got another bobby hill in store and this the the even worse than the odyssey that was going to get takeout food. We went to japan for the first exhibition rice and of course bobby was there with his rice came. It was our first day there and so none of us had eaten any american food since we'd left the states right on the plane to japan they served something called shark fin sup- steve that was the nastiest looking and smell and stuff like oh my gosh stave. Oh i can't even describe it well anyway. Roy we get on a bus tour of the local car manufacturing plant and after we finished our tour on the way back to the hotel we pass a mcdonalds and the entire bus yield as one voice stopped so we go in and we order order our food and obviously i didn't know any japanese so are pointed to the menu now go number five well. The lady gave me five of them. No no no just want one number way why i got my food got back on the bus and i'm opening my hamburger and it smells so good after not having any food will bobby was sitting next to me on the bus and he got his hamburger and he i started looking at it any sniffed it. There's something wrong with this. I don't think this is real me. I think anyway anyway by the time he got done. I couldn't eat my hamburger because i was convinced that it was whatever bobby hill and said it was and our so mad at bobby because he had screwed up my happy meal for him in steve follow bryan kehl on twitter and instagram at speedway speedway screens and check out his inventory at speedway t s j dot oetzi dot com and this week save. Hey has a brand new with breath tag size large sam bass ernie irvine portrait t shirt and also he has a bill elliot t shirt from about the nineteen ninety three ninety. Four era is amazing requires. This stuff is great. Oh it's awesome stuff. I've still not quite gotten over. My jimmy means t shirt. That's now dale earnhardt jr. t-shirt and certainly you're moody blues tee-shirt brian does a good job of uncovering some loss treasures again follow him on twitter and instagram at speedway screens and check out his inventory at speedway t s j dot oetzi dot com steve this week. We're going to be talking about the september eighth nineteen ninety four issue of winston in cup sane and i have a question first things first all right what very important event in the history of western cup sane had taken place exactly one month before this issue date so what happened on august the eighth not day ninety four that was so major in the history of winston cup saying did we the higher you not exactly that was the day i was sitting in office at the allegheny news the phone rings and the office manager enger says rick gotta call lon okay. I'll pick it up and it's deb. Williams and william says rick. We're going to be hiring a new staff writer and i was just calling to see if you might be interested in interviewing for it. I try just opera and good. I think she told the story when we talked at the reunion but i could not physically answer her because i was in shock and eventually eventually she goes rick. Are you there and somehow. I managed to get it out to yes. I would in fact consider nice if you if you offered i would consider going to work for winston cup saying so that was august the eighth nineteen ninety-four now what happened on september the twentieth nineteen ninety four. That's when you came to work for seeing correct. That's the day that you index card and officially offered me the job at wants to cup saying i don't you know what i was thinking. I really don't do you remember what the offer was how much i was going to be getting paid. Wait if it was it was too much but ah i went to work at winston cup scene for twenty thousand dollars a year suck like that sucker's would have worked their work their ass pay enough to keep me in a chinese as buffet and a roof over my head. I would have been fine well and all sincerity. I say rick you were worth it. Okay so so september the eighth nineteen ninety four issue of wants to g- up saying covered the nineteen ninety four southern five hundred at darlington raceway and that lead is is in this commemorative issue and steve that was bill elliott's first win since the nineteen ninety-two hooters five hundred that we talked about davey it had had been almost two years since he had won a race and he was driving for junior johnson right and he was lucky to have won that race he was because that car started overheating reheating very early in the race at one time june toes is up to two hundred eighty five degrees and the water was just bubbling but here's we're good fortune came in bill was able to make virtually all of his pitstops under caution and therefore he did not lose any time on the track back and during every one of those pitstop they were pouring cold water back into that car to keep it alive and they were able to do it utilizing those caution pitstops the the context for this he was driving for junior johnson and this was the very last race that junior johnson would ever win as a car owner now now that's just hard to kind of wrap your arms around right considering the success that he had absolutely and <hes> he went on until nineteen ninety five right with <hes> and ran mostly a two car operation until till right the end and won the driver who drove one of the full seasons junior ever had was brett bodine's kind yeah. He drove the ninety five cs. That's right and i remember talking to bread <hes> during that season and he said to me. I don't think genius heart is in high thinking linking yours wants to back off as you can and i admit that they're having guys wearing suits come into the shop that he said there's questions with so bread was very concerned concerned that junior was approaching the end of the line by his own means by doing it for the way he wanted to do it and his desire to keep up constrain of racing and the expensive race was fast going away which pretty much told me when we did book on him for years later that suggest uh he realized at that point. It just didn't want to deal with it anymore. As amazing as that same bill wins the nineteen ninety four southern five hundred here here at darlington and steve bill elliott would not win again until the two thousand and one season finale at homestead right now. So how does he go that long. That's the longest winless streak in nascar right now. I don't know do know that. After ninety four he'd left junior and joined end up with charles hardy and formed his own team and i'm kind of wondering back then there was a system whereby top drivers who quit driving even for others formed their own teams there awhile to pricky road buddy baker you know bill elliott kailua all former teams in all but alex zappin didn't nowhere near as well as they did when they were racing for other owners now there are several reasons why but the one hour is advanced was so when you are owner slash driver you have too much on your mind to concentrate on doing the best you can on the track your thinking about paying bills paying people getting sponsors things of that nature business thing to take away from the simple fact you're going to track jump in the car practice. It tell them what it needs to do. Go out and qualify base. You can't then go out on sunday and ruin fashion by began and that's pretty much it. I think that some of those owner drivers though they did experience some success success initially right out of the box. I mean you had alan koichi. Your won the championship and that's a beast into itself. Darrell waltrip won some races ricky rudd won the brickyard four hundred driving dang jeff bhodan wants embraces after he bought allen's tame. There were some other drivers in there but i think what as you saw there was as time evolved multi-car teams kind of right tended to take over and you had the rise of the hendrick motorsports being so super successful successful in jack rouse. Oh car teams like oh yeah yes so it was very it became very very hard for the owner drivers single car teams to compete absolutely and again. I stress the fact that i do believe he's correct odd that these driver slash owners realized they could not keep going when they found themselves trying to help their team with money out of their own pockets. That is a no no you don't wanna do that. I think it's very interesting that that in this issue of winston cup saying bill elliott was actually i asked if he ever thought that he would win again and it had been quote unquote just two years years since he had won the nineteen ninety-two hooters five hundred and he said i don't dwell on things like the fans in the media. Do i go out and do the best asked i can and if i don't win i don't win. I just keep plugging. I heard rusty wallace. They want never doubt your ability. I think i've won enough races that my ability. They should never be in doubt. It's like the old saying you never give up true and i think that was kind of the mindset that he took with him those seven seven years or whatever and even though he was struggling very madly in that family owned car charles hardy car i believe at one point who was actually her and missed part uh-huh was it i think in ninety five sese where he got hurt at talladega but for him to go back to ray ever and ham and have somebody else this kind of take the load off his back a little bit i thought that was a pretty cool story for him to win at homestead yeah and then <hes> thank the next year he won pocono in the brickyard four hundred build it better than most i will grant you that when when it came to owning his own team even in partnership but i know two or three of these other guys who did the same thing building say but they said that they responsibilities and the money necessary to much of burden to bear in addition to driving so that got in the way of them doing particularly well but like i said lasted longer than most steve you mentioned in intro hello welcome in to the media center and here in the news ernie arvin had been hurt that was august the twentieth in michigan and steve. That was not not just another accident. That was a very serious touching. Go life and death mishap. I believe initially he was given what a ten percents. I heard not of ever racing again. He was given a ten percent chance of survival and in this issue that accident was still still very very much in the news two of the three columns on the columns page or about ernie several of the letters to the editor or about ernie there was a breaking news story ori that said that his condition had been upgraded from serious to fire and also there was a baiter on safety right. You you know because safety again was a very important thing because that was not teen ninety four in august and in february daytona way ahead lost. It's not only neil bonnett but rodney oranges couple of days later so safety was still on the minds of a lot of people. The thing that i think is so amazing amazing. How history and tom works out the photo. In this issue. Yeah bill simpson's right. One of the great great people. Oh involved in the safety of racing bill sampson has saved more lives in this sport than any five hundred e._m._t.'s. I would agree with that. We all no no the controversy that erupted in the year two thousand and one. I don't wanna get into that now. We'll say this he was an amazing innovator and he did save a lot of lives and in every photo by we asked a bunch of different questions and one of the questions was my fantasy is by right bright and you know obviously we've got some funny ones and we've got some ones that we couldn't print but bill simpson say his fantasy was this quote unquote that no one will ever be hurt again and that is bill simpson by legacy dan to let you know how zealously he believed in the safety of drivers went you know his fire suit design yeah and to prove how effective it was. There is a poster yeah yeah in that suit and helmet completely engulfed in flames. The boy set himself on fire walked away from it. After of course it was put out the fire was put out to prue the resiliency of his uniform and it did this is andy petri when you're listening to the scene vault podcast. It's going to be very honest way to even though it's been what maybe an hour or so since we've seen these issues right got her hands on at the chance anthem throw him a little bit. I still don't know that sunk in. I truly don't yeah but it is such an awesome failing to see him be able to read through them thumb through it and steve on twitter this week we got just one of the best compliments the we could have ever received here podcast and it's from andy austin and he he said anticipating the same podcast is the digital equivalent to checking the mailbox circa nineteen ninety three four his issue. Your western kept saying that's <hes> that's pretty cool complement and it's why we keep doing what we're doing. <hes> people seem to have responded to the podcast and as long as we can do it. We're going to keep doing this. I know i am oh. I'll be right there. Were so follow us on twitter at the same vault. Thank you you to everybody. Thank you to peter cellino and the team at centaur media. Thank you jim beaver and the down and dirty radio network. Thank you to joey step for the musical score. Thank you so much our patriotic and pay pal supporters. Thank you to brian caleb and thank you to darlington raceway absolutely and you know when i look at this paper i go back and i go back and think of the days in the past when we used to work very hard to put this paper out and looking at the stuff was was written back then i it's good quality material and i tell you it does bring back memories and man. I go way back and steve. That's not all we have another announcement coming up. That means a lot to us it really and truly does indeed and eric quinn. Thank thank you for making that happen and we'll tell you what that's all about next week at boy eric <music> <music>.

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Bobby Lee Returns

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

1:18:15 hr | 1 year ago

Bobby Lee Returns

"Bobby Lee is coming shortly so for those people who have youtube me and message me the interviews here. We just do an intro threat Bob. You can fast forward if you want to help you. Don't intros are sometimes find. You get a little information but Bobby Lee is coming up hilarious intense everything you've ever dreamed of Holy Crap. I don't think he gets more serious. Bobby Lee than on my podcast. He eventually get serious. You have to write. Well he will get. You'RE GONNA LAUGH YOU'RE GONNA go. Oh my God and then you're gonNA go. Wow and then he lets go and he doesn't. He doesn't because we both experienced a lot of stuff in our lives. And we've been friends for a long time and it's nice that he's comfortable enough to He just supports him. He has such successful podcasts. He has to now and They're both incredibly successful and yet. I know it doesn't have any time but he's come on the podcast again. He actually came with Lila to the other pockets. They had and I've been on his show four times and we're just buddies because whenever you need and that's what I like because I have friends that are incredibly busy and they're just busy and they're not coming back on the podcast. They don't have time for it they're doing and I am grateful if even came on. So that's all yes for but Bobby Lee is the kind of friend Nixon. Tom Welling these guys come back. Stephen Mel Jamie Lynn. Sigler they come back on the podcast and that's really It's really cool man. It's cool when they take time from their busy lives to join us in share personal shipman. you know. I don't want to get into the virus stuff You guys hear about that on the news. You don't WanNa hear it in as it's been a lot of stuff and there's so much misinformation and all this and you don't know what to believe and now. I believe in quarantining yourself if you think you're at risk and you think you're in the big problem is you know again. I'm not Dr Ryan. But don't you think the big problem is spreading it to people who have weak immune systems and all these pre-existing conditions are old people. So I get it. I'm not going around them. I'm GONNA try and limit. The amount of people even see which is hard because I need to be around people. Yeah I mean I think the thing is just was your washer handy responsible be responsible. Don't be a moron. Don't go out to the bars. They had groups. We're trying to minimize. I think just minimize everything right now. Don't have medical supplies to to account for that is crazy. It's just it's crazy. We'll never I mean you know. I think it really when it got got when they said the NBA shutting down here at South by southwest okay NBA The NHL when the then the stock market SPA. You're like wow this candy. Something serious but You know you stick together. We've you know this. The planet has made it through so many things. That doesn't mean you should take it lightly just means you do the best you can and try to be responsible and smart. That's I'm I'M NOT GONNA. I'm and that I don't think we need to talk about that anymore. you know before we get to My good friend Bobby. Lee WanNA say again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I say it because I do Without your subscription without you're listening and You know the little notification thing on the Youtube Ryan worked so hard so I commend you on that and I really hope guys give the video a chance. Watch it lets you know you can listen to it. Subscribe at watchet to spread the word. Share it The interviews are great with Jamie Lynn. Sigler I teared up. Tear down my face. It was it was intense was beautiful. Funny was everything The Martin Star Was a great interview was a great interview and he got deep and Just give it a chance. Yeah also shutout to the patrons I. I did a live PA. I've been doing since I'm at home. Mostly now I've been doing live. Instagram's I've been doing live facebook's and all of a sudden people are joining patron they're subscribing because subscription to to the podcast is free but people are donating a dollar five dollars one hundred dollars a month to you know to help the podcast and but by the way you don't just do that and get nothing for it. There's bonus footage which are going to shoot one today. There's inside of me that the the patrons get to ask. I respond a lot on there. It's like a community of friends and I always said if it gets to a certain point where it's big enough where you know it's paying for everything and we're doing well. Hey let's Let's have a Patriot party a patient party. La I'll rent a place out or my backyard who just beat Patriots maybe few celebs but no ranchos. Rondos are showing up. It's like everybody has a patriot. Yeah that's it and you Ryan and me. I'm invited. Their braces invited Jesse's invited. You guys will work great so join Patriot Whatever Is Is Great. I appreciate that. The podcast live. Podcast was cancelled for March thirty first and that was at the north door and we have changed it to July. Second so go on my instagram or my twitter It's at the North Door in Austin and it's going to sell out so we're doing two shows a seven thirty nine thirty at the north door on July second and that's a Thursday nights. What's a better night for people? It's GONNA be Great. Hopefully you know it gets better things get better and by July. We're good to go Camp Rosy people been talking about it My First Camp Adult Cam doing for the October Halloween weekend. Thirtieth and thirty first. You're going to go to that right. No because the wedding I was supposed to go to April has now moved to that. We've changed. Why would anybody fucking wedding on that weekend? Because it's England and they don't really do Halloween stuff. Halloween originate in Ireland. That's not England but it's close some point being. I can't go to the Camp Rosie. 'cause I my cousins weddings now that weekend right okay. But the camp. Rosie is going to be in that weekend. Let me tell you. They'll be linked soon so. Just wait for it but it will sell out. Probably one hundred fifty to two hundred people. That's all they can attend to be some some tickets that you can get that maybe room near my bunk in my area in my cabin not thank you. Don't just but this bunk. Cabins includes your food your snacks all your alcohol your betting your activities parties Cost Him. It's going to be a frigging blast and we'll get more into that so also if you want to get any emerge from left on Laura Band or the podcast inside of you. Go inside of you online We've got great. Podcast coming up Great Gas and you know at a time like this when we're sitting around we you know you need to. I hope he will continue to be pockets. At least we had things in the CAN. We got things in the canned for for the next at least a month at least a month and great guests so yeah. Let's talk to Bobby Lee right now. he's hilarious. I've known him for a long time. He'll he'll surprise you hill upset you both both at the same time. It's it's he something else and he goes balls out literally but check this out. Check this podcast. Let's get inside a Bob Ely. It's my pawn. You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rose Inside of you with Michael. Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live. Studio audience was like this guy. Vote you said. They're yeah over here and this is Ryan. He's the engineer level. Rides the best. You've never met him have have you have live at now. Let me just now because I like the profile your face you look like a hawk hawk. Hawk Hawk he's got one of those Angular Hawk faces president-elect Delia President President Christen Jalili on the coin you would your profile with President. He does have a good like a Lincoln face. Yeah Lincoln I'll tell you I don't know. Are you producing the show now? Or what yeah. I'm sitting here recording. Things should are you. Is this your show right now? I just watch you interview him all day. No we're starting. I was just asking some. I need to know about my environment. You thought I was going to be angry. I the first thing I said to Ryan was bobby is GonNa come in pissed off to ours. That's the guy you've known forever. Yeah no because Y- meeting I WANNA I WANNA be on time for you. I said yesterday I go well about four thirty and then you felt like you were like it's going to be four and then all of a sudden I'm like what's in my head nudges. Listen so in my head. I'm like how am I GONNA. Cause I'm a culver? City was was a bald guy that that does America's got talent. Mickey Rourke Mickey Rourke no no who is it Howie Mandel hours with that guy and that Filipino. Guy Joe Koi yeah and then I was with them at the Amazons and I was like looking at the clock. I'm the second now three four Amazon. The Studio Amazon not the Amazon so we went to the Amazons in the South Africa. Americas America South America's Amazon flying there from there. We were at the company and we're pitching something and then I was like. Oh in my head and I said it out loud I go. Lex Luthor is going to be mad if I don't leave now and Mike Roosevelt and they go fans all that stuff. You did not you did. Yeah because I was panicking. Why were you panicking? You're the one who's a guy. GotTa do Rosenhaus podcast. I would do anything for you but my point is is that you're the one that was like it's going to be four anyway. We're here we're doing. I didn't say it had to be four. I just said hey you. Let's let's do I love you. I'm blown away by. We haven't talked since you went to off to that wellness center. There's your coffee my timing thank you so much. Thanks Jess thank you jess. I just remember you always like you sleeping on a couch. You're doing all these. Things always a funny lovable guy. We all love you. We all rooting for your. At least I was and now I think you're like you're like taking you're making so much money you are like a you fuck you know. Oh you don't try to act humble. Don't you fuck you know I'm so happy that you are listening? Nothing going. Who's now fucking doing it? Everybody wants you with Howie. Mandel as do you're you're doing all right. Hang on a second if you want to do. This used to live in apartment. I did four podcasts. The most any guesses come on. I want to your little apartment. Our favorite person. I love you in fact all your all your fans every time. It's funny because I would read the comments. They go. We'LL ROSENBAUM. Ado fucking video with watches fucking show tell that and I was like we. GotTa do video. That's the reason I did. Video is because you're fan said they'd they'd watch if I end. They're clever. I listened to them. Yeah they're intrinsically clever they. Are you listening to them to? I listened to everything what they say. Everything the way I dress. The way behaved the way walk. Does it bother you when they say no? Because I don't listen. What's the worst thing someone said about you? That's a fan of that. Loves you but said Chink. So many said shut up. You Chink wasn't a white person. Though I you know how sometimes the profile photo is like a piece of a flower. Sometimes they do that right so you don't know who the or sometimes it's like universal symbol of some sort of sporting team right the Kansas City. M- people whatever the team she you know and They won right they did. I saw the I saw the game. You were there no what happened. Was I I was in Hawaii and I was flying to Hawaii and in line. Was this Chinese fellow. He was in the Hawaii Five. Oh you're in Hawaii five o two Magnum. Pi Magnum Pi. He knew he was also in the lost. Was the Chinese fellows. Name Daniel Daniel Daniel Day. Kim's your great great actor he's in line with me this Chinese fellow he goes He's Korean corrected. You and I was wrong. Racist I knew it Chinaman said you hit them Corcoran invite mask on. He didn't and He goes. Hey what's that John? Eddie goes he goes. Come to my house to watch losing Hawaii to watch superbowl. I've never seen a super bowl in my whole life. But when he asked me I was like I have to do it. That went to lock him. Is that why you're began and I went to his house and watch this whole football game. The first one I've ever seen with his kids and his family was actually pleasant. It seemed very normal to me. You know So that's how I know about the Kansas City. You normal like at People's houses that aren't like you like when you're hanging around normal people who don't want you to start like shitting on the floor. Do doing the looking someone's Dick on camera like those are things that are blasphemous. Things that you're saying I don't do either. One of those video. That Santino the Great Santino. The Great Santino. I kissed his orange sack in Korean culture. If you yeah. You're you're about ally this culture I know I. It's a sack. You kissed the sad. Yeah because it's a yes. I think he was the shaft. I looked at it and I think the kissed it so I would know my assistant. Just goes you have to see. I saw it she goes. It's so funny she started. I don't WanNa see it again. Why I don't know why it it wasn't like I thought it was. It was fine but it. Kinda like what? What yeah it was almost like a too much. Did you think you cross the line? I sorta God. I would kiss the tip of your Bare Dick. You would for you if you pulled it out. Go kiss the tip of my hair and MY JEWISH PENIS WHATEVER. It is not racist about it. Yeah I don't want to know what it is right this guy. No I would not do him. But you really stood up right now on camera and said kiss the tip of my penis. You will do it now because it's on camera. It's a yes an thing you know deny when you're doing improv. You don't deny right. So if he pulls his penis out on camera it Showbiz friend right. So you have the end. You can't deny it and go. I don't WanNa do it? That's against the IMPROV rules. Right so it's like that's the deal so I heard that you apologized for it. You felt bad about it. I didn't feel bad about it. But I feel bad because You're the reputation things out there that aren't true and but it's like it by kissing a man's Orangemen's Pena's Orange Man. You mean by Redhead redhead. Orange Pena's on camera. It would it? validates those rumors. That aren't trim out me right. If he would do this why he would do this he would do that. Yeah right right yeah yeah. He's done some provocative things in your life like what I remember the story where you took a euphoric not. Defecated on Comedy Central. That's true it's mad TV in a different defecated but that right there. I don't feel bad for because that was called shadow play with shadow play. It's a joy division song I like to Division. I don't know what this but I just use it. That were shadow play. You just like it's like play in the shadows right from the start jettas and number two. He deserved it. The pool wasn't for Shock value for Shack Valley. It was revenge right. Do you think you have to up the ante. I'm honest with you. Do you think the only get Ryan don't deflect. Do you think Bobby Lee. Now 'cause you're bobbly you are your fixture. Is that the right word. In in America People's homes people know you people have you aren't Internet's fuck lately. What would today's I've been like? I all let me finish as you certainly make faces when I cut you off. You look at me like. Oh you're feisty today I love at go fuck your Shogo had no. I'm just saying. Do you feel like you have to up the ante all the time because I kissed this shaft or his sack now. I have to go to the next thing. 'cause they're expecting more. Do you feel. There's a pressure well. First of all I think that every man has kissed shaft one time in their life. Not By choice sometime maybe not my choice but they have you ever man has at least kissed a shaft. Yeah Ryan May I ask you. Have you ever kissed the shaft? No I have not okay so you were wrong. Does Colli ever go? Bobby Bobby would you kissed your friends. Your Business with his first of all. It wasn't his bearish it through underwear. Second of all he said the whole bit was smell. My Dick did you actually smell it? So he pulled it out to smell it his real dick know what what you saw on the Internet right right so he pulled it out. He goes smell. It was supposed to smell it but a switch off and kissed it. You can't and it was a European kiss. It wasn't like Italian kissed you. That's kind of whatever European. Yeah if you a rattlesnake bit your dig in that whole the whole story I think that thing like if you get drunk out you stuck it out for a million dollars. I would suck then amount of your dig. If you're GonNa die this key you notice that what you're you're answering a question and this is called a non sequitur plea went to a rattlesnake biting my Dick by the way inside fans. If you're listening we will get to darker place but right now we have to let some of this sort of land which I love about is that you know you have tiger belly right now. Now you have a new show. It's called patrons bad friends. Talk with Andrew Santino top sex. I noticed I never been in the top sixty all right. I'm relying on your fans for being true. And no but I love Santino. He's very funny you guys. I have a great chemistry. You coulda done one either. Didn't ask you could ask for me I want to do on. It's too late now. But why a euro kissing a Jewish Guy Surgical? Didn't you ask me? You're doing a show? I didn't think you would want it. Another podcast yeah. But I'm just saying you my brother my brother Steve. I would've done with him as well. If you would ask me Andrews. The one that went. Were doing it this date on what to buy the equipment you know we have to be coerced into doing it. But let me ask you something. This is serious question. I want you to be honest with me. Go ahead do you think it's too much now. You're going to quit tiger belly. No Not Tiger belly. What percent is my number one? So you're gonNA keep both of them. Yeah you realize this is a lot of work you know. Theo von has three he does. He does a he has. He has one on his own. He has one that he does with guests. That's three he's a lot of people. Rogan does four or five a week sometimes two a day. Would you do this only if somebody said you can never act again? No stand up you just to your podcast. GonNa make millions of dollars which you are now. I can't do. You'd have to say no because my dream is bigger than that. My dream is and I. You know so funny. Because I ran into Joe Rogan last night. And we were talking about how you don't need to fuck with Hollywood anymore. Because we are taking control over own destinies. We don't have to wait in line. You know what it's like you wait in line. You sign up you wait for the call. Tried to get an audition call that they tell you what to do. In control with the PODCAST. You're control of yours as well correct. I am but I don't have the luxury of Fortunately for you look I love mine. I'M GONNA keep doing my mind's don good but you know it's like a long been doing yours for two years okay. We've been doing ours. What for four? Yeah for the first two years. We didn't make any money. That's a slow passionate and doing very good at it. You're very good at it and you know when when you did ours before you had this one. I thought to myself this is something that's down mikey's fucking lane man. Well thanks to support it but that will always be yours and you'll always do ours your family your family so my point is is that. I don't know why have to come in here and you'd be so hostile towards the and so aggressive you got eagle face over a year writing done a bunch of notes you got fucking accusing me of sucking dicks on the sly you know man. I don't get it. I came here and I'm always GonNa do this show and I came here you do you know what I asked Callus. Because she keeps you live together. She does say hey. Can we go get dinner somewhere so she has to do you? Do you have time these days to actually let me let me finish. Let me just finish what I was GONNA say earlier? Okay okay so it's so funny that you say the things are good and you know me and this and that because they're not gonNa tell you why okay? Okay I sit around every I wake up every day and I have the same fears and the same like. Why didn't this happen? You're I mean I wish this would have happened. Why don't have this? It's human condition and human nature right. You're never going to be happy because because success and money and all this stuff doesn't fix you as you well know. Ch- it just doesn't doesn't no one can understand that if they're broke or not making money they think you guys are fucking idiots. You have the rest of your look doing roach what we need to look at that and then the way you get through it. Is You go I wanted to do. Sometimes you do a gratitude list right. I do a gratitude list. I look around my environment. I try to be mindful about my surroundings. You and I. I went to the center and then you went to one about a year later and I'm seeing the things that I learned through you. Now keep going. I like it. You know what I don't like what you're doing to skew the fucking thing too. I know what you heading in. I'm twenty call. You go the opposite way weather. No it's because I wanted. I wanted to push Paul. I love the push-and-pull I like it to you. We'll talk about the digs later in the sucking but the thing is is that Eagle Face Eagle Eagle. What's up man? You goes no no no. Don't tell me what to do this. You were getting into. This is the meal you I want to see the robot because no one asks you to deepen these other guys job and all these guys put you on the show. Let's talk about Shit. And if they don't want to go deep with you you know. It's so funny because when I went to. Let's go back to what happened. Let's go back to what happened to me in August. If that's the direction that you want to go to all I wanNA know as you can always talk to me talk to you. And that's why. Listen when your dad passed which I know. That's where it's starting. Yeah I know you're world crumbled and it's been crumbling and you know but I I told you I was there for you. I knew you were going to get help. I don't know how many times I had to tell you. I'm here and when I say I'm here you know if you deflecting your look at my rudy poster. It's Shawn asks really good. Move very moving. Go ahead so in August you lost your dad. Yeah I lost my dad and what happened was my mom called me. And she goes on that he he he he he he is. I was at a hotdog place. I love hotdogs. I Love Chicago and hot dogs because of the peppers and the the add extra like were you about to order the hotdog. Would you heard this message or I had the dog in my head. Okay and I didn't even eat it. I go what did he is? And I just didn't eat it. And then I went into panic next. Yeah it was. Not even a panic. It was more of A. It was a shock numb. Yeah it's like when I was molested when I was a kid by guy with down syndrome. A true story this story. He used to give you candy yet. My point is is that it's the same feeling of just like you. It's almost dreamy other worldly. It's not good. It's not a good feeling but it's like what the fuck this is like. You know you you know. And so I called my brother Steve Mothers out and we just booked a flight and then but you know I haven't been going to AA meetings in four years at seventeen years sobriety and then next thing. I know I'm at a place called I might have. I met a fucking that we dispensary. I won't say the name and I'm in line to get we'd after seven years of being sober. I don't know how I got there. Bro. I was going home and just pull. It was called urban freeze grape extablishment great. We'd smoked weed in seventeen years so I ordered what I bought was bought. Hey Gumy's so but like fifteen past gumy's and this is how alcoholic brain is. I am I because I didn't want to tell my brother or my girlfriend. Or my mom that relapsed so I went to cvs and I got Melatonin Melatonin. Gummy you know Candy no you can get Melatonin. Ones at the sleep sleep better. I like their gummy bears. So you put them all in there. I took all the dump that and put all the weed ones in there. I'm sure and so when I was packing to go. That's what I had and were. They really like do they. Are they strong the strongest one? I don't know ten milligrams peas but after not getting high for over seventeen years. I took one and I just completely got almost way too high. Were you upset with yourself? No because I was more upset about my dad was just like and also I had this feeling of like a new chapter like if you were flipping a book that would that day was the next chapter and it was going to be a long dark hotdog. He took the Melatonin the the gummy site. And you're on your way to Your Dad's funeral. No He's hospice. Yeah right so completely high get to Arizona. We get to the hospice and my dad is. He's loosened like you. I walked in and he smiled. Saw why are you smiling? Because you just said he smiled so it made me smile. Oh so he smiled and my brother and I looked at all. He's fine fine so then you know we're like we kiss. He can't he hasn't been able to talk very long time and even when he could talk you can understand them because of the thick accent but He basically still love you. Know that kind of thing and We actually there was a sense of like why the fuck did I relapse. He's not dying. We doing here but then the lady came in it was telling all the problems and basically she says so from now on. He can't either drink water or eat. We're going to feed them and then my brother was like freaked. The fuck out. My brother was like wait. What the fuck what the fuck you gonNA feed them in a couple days right now from now on. Yeah we did. He's elephant island right. Yeah right because it's like if he had because he had all his lungs every stomach had so much. It's just what happened to my grandfather November. Same thing yes. Yeah why nothing. So then you know now. We have to sit there for seven days. Sometimes it takes weeks. Yeah and to see your dad. So from every day he's now like dwindling and are you getting higher and higher as you go in there and hire an hour and the gummy bears every day. Now get used to join. It doesn't know about Domino's about join. Don't they look at you and go? You know because you can brush it office. Tears and sadness tired fatigued tired and sad. You know what I mean. Gotcha because your eyes are all bloodshot. You can just you. Can you know and then my brother would stay there at nights. My brother would stay asleep for them. Yeah he disturbing photos you take photos. Look Dad's doing now and he's just like staring at ceiling. Why do you WanNa see that I know exactly? I mean I couldn't do that. Yeah in fact when I saw my grandfather lasts when I saw him in the home and I remember he was sleeping with. He was sitting on the couch. And all these other people around him and I walked in and my grandma. He's probably not gonNA remember. I'm like fuck that. He always remembers me. But he's an Alzheimer's he goes. I go- IRV. I woke up everybody in the place. He is head lifts up goes I saw one in a million and it was the last time I that day was the last time I was with him or two more days. And then I laughed. And it all went downhill out of the blue and he went new hospice. And they're like do you WANNA come down and go no. I don't WanNa see him like this. Now I because I knew what was happening and I knew that I I wanted to remember him. This was for me. It didn't bother me He was like a father me. I Love I love this man and I didn't WanNA watch him deteriorate. That was for me though. Everyone's different and I said as long as you're okay with that I go would fucking look at me and go. What do you do? What is this what why are you? Why don't get go home? I know he would want me to see him. I just know we had a bond. That's my opinion of what I went through but that everything's different so it was. It's a chance to witness truth. Loss Westerners have such a difficult time with death in Indian of. You know it's like it's the most honest truthful thing that you into beautiful thing you know and I had to witness it. I was there when when my dad took his last breath. You were there that moment. Yes did you say anything to him at that moment or he was he was in a coma wall. I mean I couldn't say anything because my mom and my brother freaking the fuck out. They were crying a show so when he takes his last breath. They're freaking out bobby on gummy bears. Or whatever your kind of not okay but your mellow one. Oh yeah I'm completely Nama. Stay about it. Were you keeping them together? I'm the oldest. So maybe that no. That was an in retrospect. At the time I could tell you I was being neo from the Matrix and being fucking cool and Zen accused a cucumber. But in retrospect I'll tell you what later but what it was when he died. I didn't feel anything I had sunglasses on and Gucci and so am I came in by just so funny my my uncle. My Dad's brother. Youngest brother drove from San. Diego walked into the hospice. So my dad's body got back in the car and drove back eight hours. How long was he there for like one minute? What the food did you just say anything by uncle? Who was this? Yeah it was the best friend. He just didn't want to deal with it. No it was really Kinda cool. It was just like he looked at the body and he made some sort of home do something like that. It was no word. A prayer sounded Korean. So you look down on the back in the car. We'll buy drum up. Did you hug and kiss your mom or you know we photos stop. He took photos of what my mom wanted photos. Eerie Dad dead. Yeah my mom goes. We had to take photo so I had to do like the timer thing with fucking phone. You had to set up a time. Reversed the image on your camera and take a picture of we three times. Could you imagine some nurse standing there? Yacheng this but it was but why it seems odd to me maybe not to you because I I wouldn't want in fact at the future. I don't want any pictures. I don't want to remember this day. I don't want to remember all the sadness wrong. Maybe I want my mom wanted it. Were you surprised when she goes? Let's get a picture of it. That's what you want so I did the timer thing and we. We did this. I mean and my dad was laying there. But you didn't do anything like the space. I don't know if we didn't do like the Charlie's angels so it was a serious photo smile on the photos. No it's I mean I could show to you but it was so funny because I sent it to kate and Oliver Hudson and he goes. That's fucked up. Don't ever do that again. Great Oliver was shocked because he he thought he was alive. In the photo is that that's cool as your dad sleeping is dead and he goes and he called me and I heard kate laughing in the background. Look at how some big fan but then what happened was I got back into town. And then we are shit starting to happen like what well first of all. I'm hiding it from Lila. My girlfriend. I live with why a podcast with was like my best friend. You're hiding your emotions my using and you're using using now no. I'm only smoking. I've only smoking vaping marijuana right but you know when you're when you've been sober for that long and she's only known me sober and then when I'm constantly twenty four seven. Hi It's weird. She knows she doesn't know at the time she just thinks. I'm having a fucking meltdown because imagine like we're in bed in like three or four days in when we get back and she's asked me a question and I'm giggling fucking youtube video. She thinks you having break came on your podcast before you went to that wellness center you were you were using your like. I'm high right now. I remember thinking he said that yet. But then what happened was Not only in my high but for some reason I can't get any food in food down so every time I would eat something vomited. Why why didn't know why the time? But I'll tell you why later. But and then not only that. But I couldn't sleep so we'd get like one hour's sleep I couldn't eat was just constantly high and then on top of it hiding it from everybody and then on top of it. I got a job. You know a a network job on a game show right right so it was his game show where I had to do. Athletic competitions or it was with a UFC girl right now with rob Gronkowski and Venus Williams. And I'm doing eight. One Hour strenuous athletic. Where you hide during it not only high not eating or sleeping. Did you have any like. Did you ever fall down and like my knee blew up to here. 'cause I ripped a tendon right right. I couldn't walk sleep. I dying and leg legitimate like I would be on sat in front of like a live audience and Keegan Keegan keys is hosting and people would walk to go all right and just like I in my head. I'm like I think I'm GONNA kill myself. That's how you felt. Oh yeah yeah you embarrassed. Maybe I just didn't know what the fuck was going loss. Completely control out of control. Didn't know what the fuck was going on. And it's so funny because this happened in September so it's not that far away and you're you're grieving at the same time but you're not grieving to you and I haven't really cried over either right so I'm now having the so suicidal thoughts and I'm losing my mind and I- mom. I don't know what the fuck was going on in. I remember going on the road or go to Portland and I remember taking my two openers. Who are in a good ahead booked. Before I'd relapsed to openers that are in alcohol anonymous that are my friends who not hide my drug use from them as well and then I remember taking them to a Sushi restaurant after one of the shows and I took one by of yellowtail Sushi and vomited over my fucking shirt right in front of them. These two fucking Knox called colline. Just telling me all this stuff I'm doing right to collide Nikolai My girlfriend's going crazy. Did you fire them? No you see knocks you fucking knocks. You were angry but now you're not angry with John was somebody had to say something. You're going down a slippery slope here right and then Were you able to perform? I don't even remember but you're doing your act. You knew it so well that you're able to play. I don't remember. I don't know what that show was like. I don't know what the fuck was going on. Did you care no? You really didn't care I didn't care I think one show. I did like ten minutes. 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She just thinks I'm having like something. And then what happened was One day she says. I think I'M GONNA leave. I can't be in this. I don't know what's going on what I told her. I realized and then it was chaos. Does she cry? Or pissed chaos. What the fuck you just had moved into your new house right. Yes I mean this new. How it's it's crazy no furniture. It was crazy and then I go I don't know what's going on with me but I have to finish this game show right so I and I will go to someplace. I don't know where I wanna go all wanted me to go to the Hoffman Institute. So I was doing research on that but I don't know I needed to do something because I could legitimately feel myself dying. You know what I mean. Just the physical and the mania you know in the manic episodes and the eating and sleeping so you imagine now a month and a half two months in. I'm still doing this game show. She's allowing me to use. I go I want to use every fucking day but now I have to use water marijuana because the is too much and if you stop now it's like Jack. Nicholson doing coke. It will just stop his heart. Maybe I don't know it'd probably upset you because you're now you're drug addict now. Twenty four hours a day. He's like I would do three hundred four hundred hits are you able to be I don't know why my mind went there. Are you able to perform to have sex with during this heart broken? But you're not even thinking of Sax on. You're not involved insects. She's she stays with. She's she's barely hanging on. But if you didn't tell her at that moment to be honest with her she was gone also. I was more concerned that we were more concerned about me. I lost twenty five pounds in a month and a half because I couldn't eat. It can barely walk because I have no energy. And so we're more concerned about like my livelihood and being alive is the right word lively and so one day I Run into a friend of ours and she's like you'd like shed and then she's like she's like you got to see a therapist she might therapist and I didn't know what to do. And in a wife said yes or I'll see your fucking therapist but she was a trauma therapist Beverly and I went and saw her in the miracle happened those at miracle. So we're talking. What's going on? I tell her relapsed. Seventeen years my dad died. I can't eat sleep on all that stuff and then she's like then we go into like well. What was it like growing up? And then that's when I started talking about the abuse sexual abuse physical abuse father. Yeah you know my dad I just remember one time. My brother and I were sleeping. I was maybe six years old. My brother was three and it was like three in the morning. My mom runs in that into our room and remember turning the lights on and she opened her mouth and all teeth on because he pushed them out and then I remember him trying to get into the room. And I remember my brother and I imagine six-year-old three-year-old my mom barricading the door. You know because we know that once he gets in the room we're all GonNa get hit right. He would do shit like Just if you looked at them wrong he would hit you as hard as he could with a golf club on your party. Was He. Trunk Rage? Rage is this something that you always remember this. Bring it out. Did you get this bring it out like all of a sudden like? Wow this is what's up. How Star from here? What do you mean when you're going to therapy and stuff? Is that what they're talking about going back to the beginning we were just talking about like my dad. I was as I'm concerned that I didn't cry. I think that's what it started wandering in the we explored that aspect of human. Would you relationship? I go my relationship with him was fine for the last since I became a successful comedian. You know that that's when it you know Kinda but before that you know that was just a dark. I'd say you're saying that your relationship with your father got better when he saw you being successful so you felt like he started to love you more. Yeah you know what now? It's tragic in it and I- whatever then I'm just telling you know no I. I really appreciate I'm hearing you and then here's another story. I remember one time I had meningitis. I was GONNA die in. I remember we lived in Minnesota and I remember like my dad wanting to take the stairs to take me to the hospital but moaning the elevator could likely like seven floors up in this apartment building and I remember them pulling me and then my dad let go of me and then he went out and hit my mom in the mouth and I fell to the ground but I usually remember that shit. That's why they can get your fucking hands out of your head so it's like you know And that was continuous right. So have you always feared your father. Not just him. He would beat the shit out of my cousin a crazy person so everybody feared the sky. The I guess. The big disconnect is in a way I understand. Is that but you still loved him and you still wanted his approve. You still want all these things and even till the end. It's hard to like. Sometimes you think I I know he's your dad but sometimes you ever think it's still wrong and I. It's devastating when he did he. He affected me in ways. That could explain to you later of little things that I would do in secret right to punish myself but lead. She'll check it out but once I was in her therapy office and I told all these things as I would remember leaving it driving by Panda Express and ordered three. Different MEALS. There three different combinations. I aid I could eat again by just getting an offer house and then that night. I slept for the first time in months V. Ever tried. Mdr. That's what we did. That's what I did and it and dad were dude. I've never been that hysterical. My life where you keep doing the same thing let events events you overstay their. Stay there close. Your eyes would follow my finger finger. Yeah Buddy I did the machine. I didn't think I was worthy enough. I was like no. This is this is for like veterans people who lose let. I didn't think my shit was and all of a sudden she taps into something. Yeah and this devastation. I felt as a kid comes out. And what's crazy about this? There's some science to it but then you know that happened but it doesn't affect you the same way that it worked for me. It worked for you so you were able to acknowledge that it happens there. You somehow forgave him well. What happened was after going after leaving their eating what I was eating. I thought to myself what there's a connection now between my my childhood and my trauma and my body right I could could make that between the brain and your body. There's a connection between. I thought to myself my God did I. I have to deal with this right so then. That's when I went to PCs in Arizona. How long for two weeks and it was on from seven. Am to nine. Pm. You're in you're amd are do art therapy or therapies like everything expensive. Yeah Pretty Expensive Gucci. So you did you go in there thinking would you mind? I kind of like I and then all of a sudden you realize wait a minute. Something's happening what walk in there. The first day I remember the Lady Maryland. Murphy can't comes out and she's exposed and I'm in a group and you're with the same root for the whole time right and you're in a group with these people are like there's one orthodox Jewish guy with the little hairs and the hat passes whatever and then You know I mean there's a house Ma your wife. Yeah I mean you know someone staying with me and like you have to check out. Yeah so the beginning. You're like look the fugger right but then it's so funny because when it was over. I WANNA leave them. They're my best friend. You know you know it. Is You feel safe for the first time in your life. I bet you really felt safe. Yeah and I also like working on myself. I enjoy the process of feeling better in dealing with things you know so you know by doing that. Process. I remember I did an md our session and would they made me do as they go to a a mall and go to a build a bear and I go? Why do I have to go to the mall? And they go. We'll because we want you to make a doll that represents your original child. The child first comes out in the womb. That needs just love sexual attention nurturing all the things that a baby needs you know and so I remember getting the doll and I remember When I was eating with collided Cacao with me to the mall holding the baby was eating and she cried the way I was holding the fucking doll. You're holding yourself. That was holding myself. Yeah and you meant it. You're doing the work. Yeah you weren't trying to be funny. You're doing Yeah and then. I didn't that day later that day. I didn't. Amd session where it was about one traumatic experience of my dad and then she told me to pull out my doll. And then you tell your original solve ride. I mean the how you're going to protect him and I I I ended up on the fucking ground crying so hard holding his thing and then I didn't my dad end and when I walked out of that session I said one thing I miss you dad. I Bro for two hours ahead. Had people pick me up from the asphalt? I was crying so hard just from that moment. Yeah like it all hit you in one word. Just two way yeah. I grieved right then and there and then also when I went in there I got sober. I have Eighty four days now and so You know I got so were there as well I go to a lot of meetings every day every day. Yeah when I was. Y You know when I was shooting Magnum Pi. I went to meeting off days which I'd never used to do so. I'm very diligent and In a trauma. Therapy every week with a counselor beverly. What does that entail equipped therapist? She's a trauma. Do Deal. Her does Ambi are so I I did it only twice two days and the first time it really worked in the second time I felt like it was forced like I'm trying to force something out of me and I couldn't get comfortable. I couldn't do it. That's a part of it so you go. You got to be honest with yourself and you know. I'm a performer. So we want to perform right right so I end the whole idea of. Amd IRAS every time it doesn't. You're not GONNA have a breakthrough. Sometimes you'RE GONNA like. I'm thinking too much That stopped so you have to do it a lot. You know and I have so many you know I go to different memories and you do. Amd are sometimes a bunch of sessions on one memory. But what that memory happens it just it becomes. Smaller in. The weight isn't as heavy. It's still there right. Yeah but it. Doesn't you know trauma not only? Does it affect you mentally? Affects you physically? I think it causes ticks and out of 'cause from from things in the past and I'm just like you know I feel in my body that you just haven't been led out there just like these dark. Yeah I feel that same way. You're more prone to getting cancers and strokes and whatnot Baddie body as you feel good. Do you feel like you. Have you still have a lot of work to do? You feel like I think I'm I'm now feeling the way I sh should've felt a long time ago. Well I don't do that. They see. Here's what I wanted to say to. You is that you don't know. Is that every time I would before this every time I would have a bad audition I would have to bleed yourself. No I would take a bottle of water and hit my head over the head a hundred times until blood was over my face every time every time you had a bad audition or I. Perceived had about addition. Every time I make a mistake I have to punish myself the way my dad punishes me. I never knew for a long time. You've been doing that. All for twenty five years it insidiously his his the fact of my childhood has seeped into every aspect of my life in so all those things they used to do to punish myself. I don't do anymore obviously and number two because not only of my aware of the actions of doing it while. I'm doing it but it's also I don't feel the need as much to do it. I don't WanNa do it you know and I think that has a lot to do with dealing with you. Don't mean I have not done with a lot of it right but during the process of it it's really just to help me out in my daily life in terms of like even depression and You know the things we're saying before making a gradualist doing the tools routine. Ya to do. Do you Journal now. Did they show you like the Journal every day? Or Yeah Man fucking journal due to. I've never done it. God Man Fuck by the way blown away by Your Vulnerability. I can't. I just can't believe like it's not what I want. I want her second-leg comfortable like just to to me. Look I went through this and you know I'm not comparing but it's like wow just when I was like my shit was tough a body. Do you feel like now. You're no I just feel like I just felt like no one was ever sort of taking care of me saying I'm proud of you. You're good enough all these things and you never got. You're like sort of getting through other things attention funny. This we're doing all this Bob until one day you either decide to find out what the fuck this is all about. And then you dig deep and then you go am. I worthy I am worthy and I gotta find out why were the how. I'm not stupid I found a lot of site. You're incredibly stupid your your. There's all these things I you know I. It just was so overwhelming and I didn't really know where it stemmed from and when that comes out and it still happens. Sometimes I get nervous because I'm not gonNA. I'M NOT GONNA hope that I was at the Magic Castle and the magicians like. Who's going to be my helper might not me? I'm stupid I'm GonNa Fuck your trick up. Pick me right and it all stems from being that like that kid who wasn't like good enough delight fucking can't believe you went through that. It was amazing as that's sort of what happened to me is. I kind of forgave at the end. Yeah I didn't think I would came out of nowhere. Yeah I was like. Why am I what but you do? Somehow that's the only way isn't it? It's a miracle though to that like you know people with our backgrounds you know. Sometimes you know Even the counselor said and I don't even understand it really but they're like it's a miracle that you was able to carve out any sort of resemblance of a life right and I'm like and they go. That's you know has something to do with your resilience and survival techniques. I I always had humor as a defense mechanism and I had no skill sets except to be funny and but I use that one skill set to create a career right so in many ways I could become a serial killer or guy that caused other people trauma. You could have done that. No but I'm just saying that a lot of people in my background to have crazy with their lives go a different direction you know but for for me. I don't know what it is but I was always like even when I was twenty three. I remember being at a comedy club at open mic. And I remember just going you have. This is it. That's why all these people from San Diego hated me back then as an amateur because I would just so like fucking I have to do. This is a great great. This is it. I have no other fallback position. I have no college degree. I have no other dreams. This is your purpose or did this or nothing. So when you're when you have a kid like that you know my climb pretty fast. You know I mean I start at twenty three. By the time I was thirty. I did the tonight show which is a big thing for a kid from San Diego with my kind of background you know and I just crawled my way up to that thing you know so but but now my life isn't about that my life is a you know you know you say in the beginning of the podcast. You're doing great this and that but I'm doing great in terms of my mental health. I think and that's all I really care about. This other stuff is fine in grade and you know blessed in an unhappy and grateful. I get depressed. They just want to be healthy. I don't WanNa fucking kill myself Bro. You still feel like that. That's why right 'cause you're doing all the work. Yeah and you feel like you're worthy Y- you know when I was in Hawaii last and I was like a by the way up to talk to you about so I I go to shooting this show magnum. Pi and this was the first test of my mental health. I show a director was a guy named Peter Weller. I remember Peter Well. He's a tough guy. Who's a rebel cop? Yeah Yeah so you know what he said to me. The first day at work he was directing the show his opening line to me was. Don't focus up kidding around. I don't I don't know it's probably kicking around. Didn't sound like to me. I didn't laugh now. And he walked away and then after the first take of the first day he goes like that. You didn't like this. I don't like it because it reminds me of my dad and when in the presence and I told that to Jay Hernandez and data we two of the stars of the show. That's my dad. 'cause they did my podcast that Saturday to the also. I'm friends with them. So they know my pass as well and so the whole time that whole week. Shooting with this guy was like firefly from me. Man. She's you ever know that Chevy tell him but you for me would I did was. I would just start saying should back your dad dude. You know. I don't respond to stuff like that that energy and then like by the first last day of shoot I was like I just wouldn't complicated line a hated. I didn't understand the line. You probably still remember. I don't even remember. I can't even say it because I don't even know how that's how difficult blind was embarrassed. I don't care at this point. Let's good I wish I just WanNa get the fuck outta there. It's embarrassing yeah. It really is. I get embarrassed. But what's worse him? Shame me afterwards out loud. You can't even do one line for the whole crew and they're all people uncomfortable laughing and I'm sitting there just staring at the table just going. It has nothing to do with you. This is just him. It's personal. This is his issues and also. Because I can't do this I fancy I think they got it. I don't even remember but also you normally would have done a year ago is go to my hotel room and cut myself with razor blades. Can do that one line. He didn't do that no I. Just sat there and went was so happy. I almost felt like crying. 'cause you are sitting there going. Oh Shit I'm embarrassed. I feel like you know. He's shaming me. But I could separate the fact that I'm a human being mean under this under this circumstance. I don't really perform great. I mean when I'm under this kind of pressure and I know that about does right so you know I was able to put all into a into context in Perspective and go. It is what it is. It's a bad day bad week. I may never do the show again. You know and It's okay you know Ryan all I can think about is. You're going to have to take the sound out of me biting my nails. I've never done this. You've caused me to bite my fucking nail. Why because I'm on edge with your story like I've never been like this with anyone story like this is for me the most raw honest thing and I I know I have you my boy and I appreciate you do like my boy. You're my boy but by the way you know he just wrote males gotTa do you what I do the opposite thing and I'm and I'm I've gotta you're more mature right now doing what you do because when there's a Somebody onset or somebody. That's kind of being the guy like no. No THIS IS GONNA. I always got my thing is. I'm not GonNa fucking let that guy do that and it's like it's like I don't like authority. I don't like when people I could feel myself getting worked up right now. I remember this guy. Michael ironside scanners numbers. I don't know what the fuck was going on. But I was on the SMALLVILLE. And you know I've been on the set for years. I'm like laughing at talk and everybody and I'm like and this guy goes up to me. Is this guy He's directing now he's looking at me. She's an actress. Show guest star this guy. Yeah what's going on Man? It's gone out you And I was. Are you serious right now? It's like yeah you're that Guy Right you've got to be the funny guy. I gotta be this. He's just call me Al. Yeah and feel it. I feel like I feel ashamed. I feel like their father figure. I feel I'm being a kid again being reprimanded and it's it's Bruin and such a good mood and now I'm just like I don't know what's going on. I'm really uncomfortable right now and I go. Hey man you could be this guy when it's you know when you're one of the leads on the show not when you're a fucking guest star just looked at him right in the fucking is fucking heavy role. I I just was like. You'RE NOT GONNA fucking coming here and like make me feel like this shouldn't belittlement from people so I don't like sometimes when people when people push my buttons. I don't do it often but when someone gets under my skin and really comes after me. Yeah or just an I give him a chance like okay okay And then when I hit that point it's like fuck you man. Now we're on and it was just one of those moments dude. I don't fucking care I remember. There's been moments in my life. What am I I remember? I mean give you the story I give you the story. I love my buddy in Vancouver wants. We're just going across other friends. Tom The neen I was doing show up there and he was doing something else and I was bald and smacked me in the bald head. It was cold winner. Dude cut it out man. Yeah like pop and go dude. That hurts man. Stop that yeah. He did again and then finally I go. Hey Stop doing that man. And then a few minutes later PA and I turned him much bigger. Brawler could kick my ass in a heartbeat. And I go buddy if you fucking hit me one more time. I'm going to punch you in your fucking face. I don't care if you beat me up I will get one fucking punch and I will fucking buster face up. Do it one more fucking time and I remember. He just goes dude. Calm down in hit because he knew that I was gonNA fucking do something. Yeah at least. I'm not the guy where you'd say. One thing to push my buddy I remember. I remember one director. Wants is another one SMALLVILLE. He's like okay. I gotta get the flight out because I gotta get home to whatever. I have a family thing I know. He's been cocky about it and then I remember he goes well he knows story was Clark. Kent on Smallville and he goes finally I go dude. We gotta get to the scene. You know what we're not. GonNa do that scene today. You're not gonNA make your flight. We're GONNA shoot it tomorrow morning. You know why because I'm the director and I remember looking at him and going guys to the crew ago. You know a humble person. I would never do this or say something like this unless I was provoked by a fat ASS director I go. I'm one of the leads on the show. Do you know who's getting fired. I YOU FUCK OFF. And then the AD comes comes up through those guys because we talk about this offset and we certainly can. And this is a big dude. I know again I get my asking. But he's fucking with me. Why are you being a Dick? I'm not being addiction. Yeah and then he goes. All I do this. I'll never forget. I go look man like that because he thought I was going to hit you. What do you WanNa Fuck and fight me? You WanNa fight me now. It was so uncomfortable I love it was but it's just like you know. I guess it's like people push your buttons man. Lost my shit. Are You thinking of cutting now? No Har while he was looking at me like you know. That's a good shit. You can't cut that so I feel like you and I feel like this insecure kid and then something comes out of me like I can't I can't I can't I'm GonNa shut down. I'm going to fight you. Fight you fight I fly. I'm the flight or freeze either freeze or or flight. You're a fighter but it's the same. I don't know if I'm always a fighter. I freeze to know. I've never fought back but you know what I WANNA fight. I think I'd rather have somebody like that on now with your improvement and all the shit. You're working on your buddy. Don't talk to me like that. Just don't talk to you. Yeah Mind Your own business and that will make you feel good. I remember I had a director who called me a racial slur. What say similar like a chain. Jong you can't you see those Ching Jong is or something like that. Yeah and I remember going sorry like coward. It's one of those things were in my mind. I'm like I wish I was a young guy who was in. Like the ninety S. You assured power or something if he now all he would never work again now. I would call everybody it. Would it would be a disaster. Yeah Tiger belly people would be disaster for him. Yeah but I love Shit like that. Hey listen this is a patriot account and these are people who subscribe to the to my Patriot and I know you have one but they really help support the show they do. I need them. I'm not like you know okay. This is called Shit talk and questions eastern from Patriot. Some good questions here quickly answering you'll have to take a long time. I want to Raj. Raj what's your go to Karaoke Song Tequila Tequila. Because you don't see much much words one word that's it. Did you just come up with that? No you're listening Tequila if they ask me. Because I don't like doing carry Gal. I'll do Tequila. Angie what would you say? Is the most unhelpful advice. You've given on your podcast to date that when you said something went back and go what the fuck was. I giving that advice for. Usually usually if somebody doesn't WANNA have sex with somebody because it's just say leave him well so I remember somebody saying like I'm dating. This girl is three months. I'll just leave the bench. You know what I mean kind of thing when he could have been seventeen. Who KNOWS A scenario? Yeah well you didn't know it was just say Sophie 'em any funny stories from the kicking. It old school moving. I remember you and I were naked. A Lot will you show me European? Is You show me yours for a few did? I don't know if I was one hundred percent because I remember the day. Is that when we bonded? I walked into my own trailer and I turned around and you were leaning against a wall in my own trailer with penis out. Would that be considered harassment today? Not to me. That's a Korean. Hello Tom Funniest store while Filming Mad TV. I gotTa have so many. What's the one that just fucking comes to light? Well there's one that I haven't really told much was just one day. That Jordan Peele Jordan. Peele was like One day he had like one scene where he had to carry in a glass of water. He was a waiter right but then he got really high Colegio. He had no line but we knew that he was going to be able to do it because he was so high because he had it balances glass it had. He had to put the fucking glass on the table. Right and I remember. We were all sitting behind the monitor watching Jordan. Come out and just seeing the. It's spilling shattering. He didn't know you were fucking with him. It was so fun but that was I remember Andrew. See what's the worst celebrity interaction you've experienced here? Weller know that but I have another one. That was who Tom Selleck. No last summer and then even fucking no the guy and he kind of yelled at me for no reason it was like I was doing pauly. Shore's movie which is I don't know what it's called. It was funny. The documentary thing. No it was a real movie mudbound scripted movie and Billy Zane was on it and I had just gotten set and somebody was like it. Look at the set I walked in. I was just talking in the bourgeoisie. Hey shut up to me and I just got the fuck is going. No one told me that they're shooting anything and I remember looking at Billy Zane going. Oh you want to go there. I'm small you're a handsome guy. You're titanic I got not saying we'll see what goes on now. You WanNa have a war with me because you don't even know what I have. I have an army. Billy your friends now. Mary Biegel question would you? Could you play a serious role in a non comedy series? I would love to. I know you can I would. I've done it. Lisa any upcoming acting gigs. Great and splitting up together in Love and love both were brilliant. That ended too soon. I saw you on the I wrote a show with My friend and a about a Korean. Spa in Koreatown. And it's a three camera. Sitcom about a Korean family that runs US really bad Korean SPA and see. Cbs Studios bought it. Are you serious? Yeah for we got the right in. Do the pilot. And it's GonNa work. You're GONNA get good. Riders don't deflect with the tongue slap Nico Nico how do you? How do you know when you're in the zone when you're onstage during set? How do you know when I fuck and Goddamn? Here's the thing. There's two things that you have to remember When you're about to perform there's two feelings that you have number one you sometimes you have to push your way up on stage but then sometimes you get pulled the different cushing is like get the fuck on 'cause he don't feel like something's pulling you to get up often. Do you get pulled rarely but when I get pulled. It's always great electric. Yeah that's about them can I? I think that's a perfect way to end this. Podcast buddy. This is this has been amazing tiger belly and the other show is bad friends. Bad friends with Andrew Santino and said he's GonNa come in the pocket. She'll get him on here right now. He said yeah he said he was. GonNa do it. The ship but listen thank you. I know and I know you'll do here. Listen thank you for the inside. I Love You. This was joyous. I WANNA come back and tiger belly as you know when you need a guest last minute to call me right. Yeah Bobby Legal. Thank you guys. Did I love that? 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216-Baba Yaga: Which Witch?

Myths and Legends

36:21 min | 4 months ago

216-Baba Yaga: Which Witch?

"This week on myths and legends. There are two stories from russia on the. I will see that if your errands involve you stopping by the famous. Which bobby goss hut someone might have it out for you and on the second. We'll see that if a person keeps making you forget they exist. That might be a hint that they're not into you. The creatures this time are creepy little old man babies who live in the water and just wanna have a talk myths and legends episode to sixteen. Which which is a podcast right. Tell stories from belgium and folklore. Some are incredibly popular stories. You might think you know. But with surprising origins others are stories. That might be new to you but are definitely worth a listen. Today we have two stories from russia the first has to do with the famous witch. Bobby guy and what happens. When her sister gets married in the second we follow a famous night fresh off of his killing of a dragon and getting married. And not at all on the way to accidentally falling in love with a witch I feel like you might be trying to kill me. Natasha said to her stepmother. The woman's shook her head. What gave natasha that idea. Natasha said that just spitballing here. She went into tasha to go out and see her sister. And the dark forest to get a needle and thread literally the minute. Her father left oh and her. Stepmother's sister just happens to be the infamous witch. Bobby guy who rides around in a mortar and has iron teeth with which to eat children. Also the stepmother has a needle and thread like right. There stepmother shook her head That was a mirage. The girl said a mirage. The illusion of water in the desert localized to their hut in russia in the winter the stepmother nodded. Yes at tasha could see that her stepmother was lying. She had a slight tell in which she ground her teeth. So loudly the hut filled with the sound of the jocelyn of pots and pans. The girl took a deep breath. All right and how was she defined bobby guy. The stepmother rose and pinched natasha's knows this was her nose. Could she feel this. Natasha shoulder slumped. Yes the stepmother. Let go pushing her back as she did. Natasha was to walk along the forest road until she came to a fallen tree. Turn left follow her nose and she would find her anti. The stepmother pushed a folded handkerchief into natasha's hands. She told the girl to get going now. Natasha knew this was a trap but she didn't have much of a choice. Things started badly with the stepmother and they had only gotten worse. After natasha's mother died. She and her father had a few good years together. They had tea and bread and jelly. Then her father became lonely. She was old enough to understand and when he brought this new woman home. Natasha thought it might be the same as it was. It wasn't though the first time attache had come to the table for jam and bread the stepmother slapped dot of her hands. Saying kids didn't sit at the table and she didn't need t- or jam. Natasha watched the stepmother eat her own bread except for the crust then tossed that to the girl the father being a fairytale father and thus nearly non-existent just looked on. I guess maybe thinking that he had been too permissive with the girl and that she needed a mother to get her in line. I dunno natasha. Learn too quickly. Because as soon as she found a warm spot in the shed to enjoy her half eaten bread crust the stepmother yelled for her to get in the house and clean off their muddy boots now. The stepmother was standing at the door making sure. Natasha entered the forest. The tasha looked deep into the darkness of the trees deciding that she would take her chances with the witch in the woods. Them with the one at home Natasha thought she found bobby goss house could have been. The gnarly looking. Iron fence could have been the house on chicken. Legs strutting around the yard. Who's to say. The gate wind as natasha opened it and she turned to see a can of oil sitting there. She picked it up an oil the gate so it can move without noise as she approached the house. The house seemed to become aware for it. Turned the candles glowing in the windows. Like is and the door like the mouth. It seemed to study her and then stretching over settled down allowing her to enter. She didn't enter the hut though not immediately because she heard something from around back a weeping it was another young woman huddled by the back door of both guys house wiping her eyes with her petticoat. The story doesn't say what her deal was but it was one hundred percent stepmother trying to have her stepdaughter murdered. Wonder if there's like a subscription plan or something for that because if it isn't prince ivan. Chance and bobby gas hut it's a step daughter. Who's there to be eaten. Natasha tried to ask her what was wrong how she could help but the girl wouldn stop weeping. Natasha reached into her pockets. Feeling only the handkerchief with the provision her stepmother at center with bit of meat cheese and bread. She emptied the food into her pocket and gave the young woman. The handkerchief heard wipe her is then. Natasha heard a grou- from behind her and turn from the smiling servant to a big black dog. it tasha smiled and toss the dog the bread and meat in your pocket. The dogs snarl disappeared. An eight the meat off the porch. She went from the back door to the front and trembling she knocked. The door creaked. Open inside bobby. Yoga with her. Long scraggly hair sat at the loom in the corner on the other wall. A cat set at a mouse hole turning to say a quick. Hey what's up to natasha. Before focusing back on the whole high auntie. Natasha said to bobby bobby gossett aside what she was doing instead a good day to her niece. Natasha determined not to show bobby yoga. Her fear said she had been sent by her stepmother for a needle and thread. Bobby gov flashed her iron teeth with a smile. Oh has she now that being code for hey. I'm sending you this child eat. Please eat this child. Which i mean. Basically a child walking through. Bobby goss doors a code for. Please eat this child. But bobby guy rose on her bony legs and gesture to the loom. Play natasha to sit and continue her work. She would fetch that needle and thread wall. Natasha and the cat sat in the room. They could hear bobby guy whispering from the next one for the servant. The girl who had been outside crying. Hey hey there's a girl in there that i'm going to eat but she looks dirty. It's gross make a bath. So i can clean her up first. Which whispered. i'm gonna be here sharpening my teeth. The servant agreed. But is she going gonna eat me. The tasha whispered to the cat while. Still clicking away at the loom what you want to get involved in your human problems. The cat said don't talk to me. Bring me all that when the servant pass by on her way to get the wood and water natasha better in hushed whispers to please take your time with furtive glance toward the door while bobby got lurked in the other room and prepare for her meal. The girl nodded. She would do what she could. What are you doing by the way natasha cat when the girl disappeared outside while i'm a cat sitting here watching a mouse hole so i'm playing chess Replied oh do you want some cheese. Natasha asked the cat rolled. His cat is of course. He wanted cheese and he didn't finish. She just dropped a hunk of cheese down in front of the feline. He looked at her back to the cheese back to her and back to the cheese. Was she serious. Natasha nodded enjoy. The cat attacked the cheese as he chewed. He said that this was awesome. He hadn't had cheese before. Because cats are naturally lactose intolerant carnivores and don't have the enzymes to breakdown. Cow's milk might lead to a massive litterbox later but that wasn't any concern of his. Natasha said that it could be the loud whispering. It could be that. Bobby guy was filing her teeth to a point in the next room but she was thinking that bobby guy wanted to eat her. Oh good guess the cat replied because that's what happens to hold on. Let me do the math. Everyone he sold the last bit of cheese. Hey didn't tasha want to. I know escape not beedon. Natasha smiled the cat detail. The plan the comb towel behind natasha. They were bobby guys. And they or magical. When bobby guy realized the girl was gone when not if and she was running through the forest the girl needed to take those items and throw them behind her. The towel will make a river and the comerica forest. That might give her a chance. The girl narrator is why would it. Tau make a river and a coma forest. The cat said. Oh you're just going to sit here and question the free riverine forest. No no no. Just don't take them see how long you last the girl hulliber hands. Okay okay she would take it but then. She looked at the loom as soon as she stopped. I'll be guy would here and come for her. The cat smiled. Has he shimmied up next to the loom in yard. Bobby god never let him play with. Oh you leave that to me. The girl thanked. The cat took the towel and comb. Ran through the front door about ten minutes later. Bobby a guy called from the next room. Are you weaving my little niece. She called the cat called back. I i'm weaving still doing it. Still doing that weaving thing. Bobby had shot through the window. That wasn't natasha. Hasn't it was the cat and he also wasn't weaving. He got carried away and was now dangling in the tangle of yarn in the center of the loom. Hey i see why you. Don't let me play on the loom. Now he said also she escaped the old witch stormed into the room demanding to know why the cat didn't claw natasha's is at the first sign of escape the cast. That's what she wanted him to do here. He was like fifteen pounds and a cat in tasha was a human woman a but no he let her go because he had been here for years. And bobby god made him hunt for his dinner. Never giving him cheese ooh also. The cat was now kind of immediately experiencing the reason why gone never gave him cheese which he please cut him down because he needed to be at the litterbox like ten minutes ago. But you gotta hello. Bobby guy was already at the door confronting the dog asking why he didn't tear natasha to pieces. He said the girl gave him bread and meat. It was super nice. Bubby gar rolled her eyes and leapt off the moving house in the art she found the servant who had just come back with the firewood for the bath. It turned out. She was honoring natasha's request because the girl gave her a handkerchief. Kind of a risky gambit. Because the girl was kind of like bobby gaas backup meal but bobby ghosh smiled as she looked out on the forest. It was fine. The witch said she enjoyed fast food. Because natasha's running. And i'm i'm a cannibal bobby clarified. Oh scott it. Yeah that one was a thinker. The girl said you should probably go though bobby augusta. The girl just didn't get her humor. She looked over. The girls should probably get in the bath herself just in case. The girl nodded went back into the house and bolted out the back. While bobby guy was gone. Bobby god confronted the gate demanding to know why it didn't squeak the gates said hi. It's a gate but it can talk and it's not like it wanted to squeak. That was uncomfortable. Didn't feel good. An tasha oiled it. The gate did know why. Bobby god never oiled it. She left the canned sitting right there. Pretty much forever ago and it didn't wanna give advice since it could never move ever. But if bobby guy wanted to actually catch the girl she should probably get going and stop demanding explanations from everything in her house. Bobby got tapped the ground with her cane and her giant mortar and pestle flew to the area in front of the gate. She hopped in said she wasn't too worried and shot off into the forest. Natasha heard that cracking behind her. The sounds of the mortar crashing through the trees and the bushes. Bobby gar was coming for her. She didn't wait and toss the towel behind her instantly. It grew into a raging river. She stopped to catch her breath. When bobby guy merged from the woods salivating she leaned forward. Continued on the problem with a witch chasing you in a giant flying. Mortar is at the flying. mortar is flying. She skimmed across the surface of the river. Natasha gasped ran. She'd gone a few steps when knowing she couldn't outrun the which she reached into her cloak. Grab the comb. She threw it to the ground and kept running all around her gnarled. Possibly hard trees exploded from the ground. She dodged duct dipped dovan dodged around the plants that were leaping up from the ground with a crash and rumble. But she kept going. Bobby guy was bright behind her reaching out her bony hand for the girl when a tree shot up blocked the mortar. Bobby guy writers herself and sped forward reaching out again but another tree sprang up. Then another soon. The forest that sheltered. Bobby keeping her wildland safe from the civilization that pressed ever onward was a prison. She was stopped. Natasha was safe. She was safe in. She was smart so she didn't stop running until she was clear of the forest back on the road. She stopped panting and she heard a voice behind her the tasha. What are you doing out here. It was her father still travelling to the nearby village. Walking stick in hand. He saw his exhausted panting. Daughter what what was going on. Natasha rose she had survived. Bobby guy the witch in the woods her father needed to know not only with the stepmother had been doing but that he s her father was complicit to. He let this happen by feeding away and deferring to the stepmother even in the case of obvious abuse. The father took his daughter's hand turned and stormed off toward home when the pair made it. It was nearly evening and remember how the stepmother had that teeth grinding thing while she was so agitated by being confronted by the father that her teeth flat out broke also. Her skin turned yellow and her eyes turned red. But she was bobby gas sister after all the father forced her and her mouth full of broken teeth out of the hut and into the cold never to return the father to decided to stay single. I mean he could just try to marry someone who wasn't evil. Maybe take a more active role in parenting still. It is commendable that he put his daughter safety over his desire to marry again. It said that they never let a stranger come in between them and over a table piled high with bread and jam lived happily ever after when the is an interesting character for as much as she reportedly eats children. I don't think we've ever seen her actually eat a child. I talked about this briefly. I'm one of the member episodes. She appears to be something of a test for young men and women in that really hasn't been more apparent than today's story. I've heard that she espouses peasant virtues and in her own sinister deranged way challenges young women with household tasks to prepare them for medieval marriage. It's a right of passage in which the child leaves captivity changed. For instance long ago prince ivan got his horse and defeated koze. The death lewis of vacillates. Lisa became queen in the tasha confronted. The danger in her own house stood up to her parents and changed sharon life for the better. Next up we're revisiting dobrynin. The dragon slayer in a standalone story. 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Now we're all halfway through the wonderful wizard of oz narrated by anne hathaway. There's such an engaging clarity in the narration that i find myself swept into this world like it's for the first time and while we love to read there's something magical about hearing story even as an adult get the app. Listen on any smartphone tablet of the web and discover what audio can be with audible. New members try audible for thirty days on them visit audible dot com slash myths or text myths. To five hundred five hundred. That's audible dot com slash myths m. y. t. h. s. or text myths to five zero zero five zero zero. Bring you russian night a bogus here. Who who've talked about before his stories are not really even connected. The epic i got this from doesn't bother to bring over any continuity from the previous work like i will today basically do bring you as a dragon slayer name for himself. Killing a twelve headed dragon on his way home. He met natasha natasha. A warrior woman. Who loved him so much that she stopped a bag and demanded he married her he did. And so. that's where we'll be starting today story. dobrynin was walking through the city. Things have been going well since he had been named. One of the czars. boga tears. Kit killed the dragon. And he was something of a celebrity. He couldn't walk down the street without being mobbed except the street to bring you had turned the corner and before realizing it. He was walking down a completely empty city street. He looked over his shoulder and the street he had turned off of was now empty to Weird he was about to turn back when he noticed two pigeons perched on allege pigeons in a city he'd fought a twelve dragon and nearly drowned in blood but now he'd seen everything of course. He took out his crossbow. Shut off temper bolt into the city list. Which is even worse. But he heard the boat clang on the stones above. He found the door to the castle on the strange deserted street opened it and climbed. What are you doing here. He heard me bent down to pick up his bolt. It was the voice of a woman though. Bring a spun around to see the beautiful owner of the castle. Marinko bringing shouted the famous of the city the infamous viper that leads men to their dooms with her beauty and promiscuity. There's about as much as i can say on this podcast and not market explicit but to bring it gets pretty explicit. He tells her that he knows of her reputation and she won't lead him stray. He has a tough princess warrior. Woman wife who. He's definitely not scared of meriva the witch side and waved her hands and one more thing to bring you said as he bent to pick up his crossbow bolt immediately. He was galloping in a field to bring a slow this horse. You know that feeling you get when you walk into a room and can't remember what you walked in there for. Go bring a figured. He must have saddled his horse left home and road out into the wilderness and completely forgotten. Why was there weird. Well time to go home. Where are you off today. Natasha said throwing her arms around her husband. Definitely not gonna cheat on you bring you said with a grin. Oh okay. Natasha said was he sure about that. That sounded a little suspicious What so suspicious about me leaving for no particular reason saying i'm not gonna cheat on you. I said i'm not gonna cheat on you okay. It's just a weird way to say. It is all but i trust you. She said a weird way to explicitly confirm multiple times my faithfulness and that. I'm not gonna cheat. Don't bring your replied. It sounded like she was the suspicious one here. All right later not gonna go meet up with the beautiful witch. Hello beautiful witch. Do bring us But the kakai brow when he found his way to marincos palace branka ground. Oh my gosh. Did he find his way back. She sent him far away. The story says that she quote cut out his footprints which is an awesome way to say that by the way. How did he find his way back. Here he smiled tapping on his chest by following his heart. She corona how seriously come on she lived on a street that didn't exist shielded by magic. Why did this keep happening to bring you not being able to read. The room swaggered toward the beautiful witch with what he thought were moves but she waved her hands in an instant. He was in a field this time however he remembered how he got there. What he didn't understand was why he was eating grass. It was nice though he said much. But it just came out as bello. He got a response from a nearby rx. His hair was in his eyes and he tried to bring his hook up to brush away but he couldn't reach and the second he was an rx a now. Extinct large bovine from asia in a field with twenty seven other orix healed curses for the witch but they also just came out as a mellow then bent down and kept eating. Grass could have been the fact that he was now a different species but the stuff was delicious. yeah. I haven't seen him in like a week. Natasha said he said something about not cheating on me with a witch and then left for a week. So you don't think he's cheating on me with a witch. Do you do bring his heretofore. Unmentioned sister side marinko that saucy which was up to her old tricks again. Do bring your sister change into a magpie being a witch yourself because why not. She spotted marincos castle in the middle of kiev. A home that shouldn't exist on a street that wasn't on any maps. She fluttered the balcony. We're to bring you a shot. The arrow and transformed back into her human form. She found moore inca in her study. These poems are very repetitive. Probably because they come from an oral tradition so she used the exact same explicit phrasing that bring a used when he first confronted the which i guess marinas reputation though maybe not justified preceded her to bring sister demanded that marinko free her brother now the sister would let go bring decide what they were going to do with marinko marinko the supposedly evil which could see that she had been taken unaware and was overmatched by. Do bring his sister. She nodded certainly dobrynin would decide her fate war. We're getting married do bring. It cheered when they returned from the fields. Were to bring you and twenty seven marincos. Other unwelcome suitors have been turned into animals. You're getting married really do bring. His sister asked moore inca smirked. She let do bring you decide turned out. He was hopelessly in love with her. She had that effect on men. Feast were having a feast. Do bring a yelled. invite everyone in the city. My bachelor days are over. I'm getting married. Your bachelor days ended. The sister started but trailed off. He know what might congrats brother. The wedding was a small one turned out. It was hard for people to find a castle that shouldn't exist on a street that wasn't on any maps probably for the best because of natasha to bring his actual wife at learned of it she would have turned marinko into oatmeal and not with magic. It was a small ceremony attended by the couple's closest nights in witches and after a wedding feast. The couple retired to their bedroom to bring a sister was standing in the hall. She hugged her new new sister-in-law saying that they might have gotten off to a rough start but she was happy to have the woman in the family to bring his sister kissed her brother on the cheek to bring a smile faded for the briefest of seconds and then he nodded all right basis. Turn for bed. Notice the suggestive eyebrow. Weigel no yeah. I got it. The sister said and said good night. The pair inside marinko was waiting for her new husband in bed in the bogut tears strode into the room. He was ready. She looked at him wearing only his sort really. He was wearing his sword to bed. he nodded. Oh yeah here. He wanted to show off his sweet moves. He jumped on the bed. Unsheathed the sword for his very unimpressed wife swung around half dozen times and ended by cutting her head. Clean off just to be safe. He proceeded to keep chopping at each joint. He didn't know what which is capable of. He had been an animal for a week. And he's still kind of craved grass. He heard a knock at the door and rushed to it. It was a sister she asked if it was done he opened pointed to the bloody bed. It was she grimaced. He should really plant some pants and oh shoot. She was an evil which so her body was full of snakes this whole time and now they're trying to wiggle free from her. Several joints bringing nodded as they do but yeah they should really grab a pillow case or something. After the body of marinko was burned to bring upon some clothes and the brother and sister left the castle that shouldn't exist on a street that wasn't on any maps. They made their way home. Well that was an adventure to bring you. Said he explained that marinko should have known that no woman could tame him. You literally only defeated her magic. Because mine overpowered temporarily the sister replied to bring in nodded. Yup no woman could tame to bring you and now he was single again. They were at his house and he threw open the door to the wife that had been wiped from his memory. The woman who to bring you threw him into a bag and threatened to crush his bones. If he didn't agree to be wed do bring. His sister looked to her brother single. Not so much. That's what we're gonna leave it this week. The story is kind of a complex one mainly due to its simplicity. It doesn't dig into motives. So i had to fill it in a bit in terms of why marinko would wanna marry to bring despite casting him out after he showed up uninvited the first time and then turning him into an animal for a week when he did so the second time. The story's pretty hard. I'm marie inca clearly labelling her as a witch and a few other words. I can't repeat. I made her more sympathetic resorting to magic. To get rid of the guys who happened to stumble upon her hidden castle and fall in love with her unfortunately she was stella which trapped in night in a medieval story so it kind of ended the only way it could given the genre next week or back in the mab manoukian were. We'll see that if you find yourself falling in love with your uncles foot virgin the virgin that needs to hold his feet in peacetime lest he dies. Well it's bad times ahead for all. There's also a membership in the site for less than the price of a cat but tissue dispenser a tissue dispenser shaped like a cat with tissues. Come out of its. 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#33 Bobby

Heavyweight

38:41 min | 8 months ago

#33 Bobby

"I'm looking out my window I'm looking at the clouds. and. I can tell you about the things that I see and you could tell me about the things that you see. I see. Over to me, she doesn't know where this is going. This is so why would walk? Sharing. Their you know what they say clouds nothing wrong with that. Why does it have to go somewhere? Okay. Now, what I see is a wheel barrel full of what looks like Teddybears What do you see? The Great. Oh. That's that's not good at all very bad sign. I, come I come from Lithuanians Stock and where cloud readers we see prophetic visions in the clouds that that's why I wanted to trick you into looking at the cloud so that I can tell you your future. Yeah I should have seen that coming. From Gimblett media I'm Jonathan Goldstein, and this is heavyweight. Today's episode Bobby. Right, after the break. This episode of heavyweight is brought to you by squarespace squarespace makes it easy to build your own website blog or online store to get started. Go to squarespace DOT COM slash heavyweight for a free trial and when you're ready to launch use offer code heavyweight to save ten percent off your first purchase of website or domain. wrote. This episode is brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. When a train hits vehicle at every alway crossing the results are often fatal. Be Cautious crossings and if the signals are going, don't be tempted to try and sneak across the tracks even if you don't see a train Stop. Trains can't. A message from Nitsa. Thanks Bobby. Bobby Lord is music composer and sound engineer. Each word I lay down goes through bobbies complex network of accelerometers in acorn tubes. Or to. Can I get a Schmeer of Music Year Bob? As a sound engineer bobby normally has to keep his yep showed should he feel compelled to sneeze say have a heart attack he cannot do so until the on air light to safely extinguished. But today we turn the microphone around and aim it back towards one too often shrouded in darkness and obscurity. Today, we tell Bobby story the story of the greatest public embarrassment of bobbies entire musical career. Traumatic. I would say not dramatic enough. Don't be stingy the music Bob more acorn a little bit of trouble. Bobby, joins me in the studio and tells me how his love of music I blossomed back in middle school. Around the time he met a boy named Jake. House where the cool kids sat and I think he was wearing like the leather jacket, a punk band t shirt and had blue hair bobbies hair was the nerdy Brown. He played nerdy sacks in the nerdy school band in here was jake who played punk. Rock Electric Guitar. Bobby was starstruck. He started dressing like Jake in band t shirts and tight punky genes. He found in the girls section at Kohl's he even begged his parents for a drum kit. So he jay could form a band of credit one, hundred percent with teaching me everything about like being in a band and and punk music and then. He taught me everything. You know there were a lot of times would be sitting together and both with our own CD players and headphones on. Like in different worlds and listening to different records but just together you know. Bobby listening to Jimmy, eat world jake to Noah facts both of them eating gummy sharks and dreaming about the music they wanted to make. With a couple more friends, they formed a band and even though they were so young it wasn't long before they were booking shows their first GIG was at a local record store a super super nervous and I was kind of just trying to hide behind my drums but Jake just kind has this like British punk rocks near singing in the snotty little punk singing voice and like looking very cool does base. This is a song of theirs called an undivided bobby h. thirteen is on drums and Jay each twelve is singing. Now I. Don't know how old the guys in Green Day are and I don't particularly like green? Day. But if you told me, this was green day I'd say Hey Green Day's not as bad as I thought they were. That's how good bobby and Jake were even as children. And through their teens, bobby and j continued booking gigs, the dream was to live off their music. But after college, it became clear they need jobs. So bobby found one as an audio engineer at a Chicago advertising. Agency. Bobby was companyman by day punk by night. Until one morning in the spring of two, thousand fourteen when his worlds collided, I came into work. My boss said, we have an ad that I need you to sing and I said Sing. Sing the not like said vicious or Joey Ramone or that guy who screams in that song at the beginning of CSI Miami because those guys never sang advertising jingles for McDonald's which was exactly what bobby was being asked to do. The creative in charge. A guy named Tim knew that bobby was a musician so we asked bobby to record the demo track for an ad he was working on he wrote a song called random red couch and they had shot this footage of hipster looking models holding like McDonald's bags of food and kind of like dancing on his couch this red couch. Tim was in his like. and. It's trying to like a comedy thing for younger people and he I, think he thought at the time like a comedic sensibility amongst young people was like randomness like absurd randomness. By two, thousand, fourteen, the word random had served the youth of America well and was ready for the retirement home where it could play shuffleboard with chill pill and Buja. But this didn't stop him I remember I, remember it by heart how it goes starts like we gotta random red couch. Don't ask me why people eating burgers with the girl or guy? On the weekends, bobby was a mother freaking anti Christ hanging with punk rockers who'd sooner sell the nose rings infecting their noses than sell out and here he was crooning about ninety nine cent chicken cutlets sold by clown. But lucky for Bobby. No one would ever hear it random red couch who is just a demo one of many ideas circulated internally that never got green let things got killed all the time. So I never thought that the thing we get made but Every step of the way we just kept hearing that it's not getting killed. It's not getting killed. It's still going and going and going random red couch was like this unstoppable unkillable monster for whatever reason bobbies bosses were bought up by bat by Levin it. And so random red couch was suddenly green lit. Bobby Lord was now the voice of a national advertising campaign for McDonald's. And this is where it became not fun because it starts to air and like it played a lot. McDonalds. Bought so much airtime that during the two thousand, fourteen NHL Playoffs Bobby says, he couldn't walk into a bar without seeing the ad it was everywhere, and from the moment it started airing random couch was immediately and universally and passionately reviled. A good illustration of how hated this ad was is that it was on McDonald's official Youtube Channel and it got so. Extremely ratio with thumbs down's negative comments that they took it off their own page. Like the hatred and the vitriol on twitter about this ad was I've never seen anything quite like like can can you read some of the tweets? Okay. That McDonald's rand couch commercials annoying as hell there better not be a random couch in jail after I stabbed the writers of that horrendous commercial. McDonald's if I see the random read coach commercial one more time, I'm going to kill someone in the blood will be on your hands. I want to kill the random read coach fuck your random cutch everyone involved with the writing, performing and recording of this random head coach McDonald shingles should be rounded up and executed. Wow. That's really harsh people on the Internet, are mean I know I know At this point I'm so amped up on all the reviews slash death threats I can't wait to experience the ad for myself. I don't think I've ever wanted to click on a link more in my entire life. A man. I'm so excited. Okay here we go. Shit okay. We random read. Don't ask me why. Clinton? Random. Nothing to. Ask. Without McDonald's. The. Never ends mcchicken. Labor data. Random lead couch. The AD features a group of young actors, each of them looking like one of those kids who'd have smoked a pipe in college. They dance about with the desperate energy of hostages in a hostage video who instead of being forced to recite from cue cards are being forced to eat laugh and gays flirtatiously at cheeseburgers. It looks like something a spam body regenerate if you typed in key words like Mustache Bacon and Cambodia. Pandering yet clueless chummy yet dead I'd random red couch is a paradox wrapped in a sofa point of fact, I hate it. And yet can listen to it again. Sure We got the child's don't ask me why. Guy Random jobs will see which by the way, a couch is a seat. You don't need to pull up a seat. Back. Flabbergasted and this guy's wearing a pork pie hat. The never. MC. MC, double. Posted my personal. Hello. Random couch. What is it? There's nothing random about this couch like. There's nothing random. It's the only setpiece is nothing is very pointed. Despite years of practice years of playing gigs and paying his dues bobbies most widely played song was his worst bobby was mortified this horrible annoying commercial come on a lot all the time and you don't want big bats me. It was like really embarrassing you. You just wouldn't say anything you'd be with people until anyone. I knew it was his voice white instantaneously. bobbies oldest coolest bluest haired friend Jake. As embarrassed as bobby was about the ad, he was especially embarrassed. The Jake might hear it. Then he not only loses punk read, but also the respect of the person who taught him everything about music in the first place. So even though Jake and Bobby spoke every day had practice each week bobby never said a thing about the AD. But then one day jake was hanging out with billy a third member of Jagan bobbies band. Or watching the blackhawks and then all of a sudden we hear this song come on and we start kind of giggling at the song. And then, and then I was like Holy Shit. Like, best bobby he goes no no no, it's not do that is body I know bobbies. There's no one else that sounds like a mess bobby we had TV that we have the access to rewind it. So we rewind and watch this is billy and then the tagline at the very end he speaks it. Though is clearly him billy. He's like Oh my God. It is bobby and we started laughing and freaking out. Later that day they saw Bobby Jake asked about the add an his face just drops just drops and you're like, Oh my God. Don't tell anyone about this, and until this moment have you kept the promise that you made bobby have you never told anybody? I told people. Of course, bobbies best friend and bandmate was going to dine out on bobbies humiliation, and so group tax tour send links were forwarded and everyone laughed. For Body it was a huge embarrassment but the thing that's outlived that embarrassment is a lingering question. What the hell happened. If you WANNA see this on TV. You would just be like how did this happen? How did this get into my TV? How did this through? At the time, bobby was a kid in his early twenties the lowest on the ladder with no visibility into how the AD got green led. The now as an adult, he wonders who ultimately green lit the AD. And at what cost? Like I. Heard a rumor that like Tim, the make of the ad been seen like in the office of the big guy and he was like all red faced and screaming and like maybe like I started to feel like if you had worked on this commercial like you're like a pariah, it started to become like a thing like you would hear people like you guys worked on random or couch. Has Tim's Korea doing I. Don't know. I don't know I would like to know. Who is Super Super Nice Guy. He would always go low baseball hat and glasses any talk luck this like real quiet kind of stone or Read of Red Cow. This is Tim. It's all over back to me now. Unfortunately. Tim's now retired, but he was in advertising for over two decades from office Max to Budweiser. Tim's worked on tons of successful campaigns but I'm calling to talk about his least successful one. I ask if he would re watch the ad with me while offering a running director's commentary and Tim says yes. He is a super super, Nice Guy. We got a read childish. Don't ask me why. People in favorites with your. Job Random. beat along with nothing to eat. A. Random Child's flabbergasted. MC. MC double cheese. The flavor of data menu. Random cavs. Is the worst crucial. Every Mitch like Joe Cocker has made that good. Random red couch is pretty bad but is it the worst McDonald's commercial ever made? Isn't that McDonald's hamburgers? Is it worse than this McDonald's ad from the nineteen sixties in which Ronald McDonald leaps out from behind a Bush to a cost a child on the street montcalm never talk to strangers. Robert Battle. Here, all proven I'll give you three more. Oh. I'm not even sure random couch the worst McDonalds. Jingle ever. Can it be worse than this one for chicken mcnuggets? Connecticut's. Huggins Canopy worse than a pre. George. Costanza Jason Alexander Prancing down the street in Pastel colors singing about the virtues of the mkx dot. Beep. No. More would beef and lettuce have to co mingle through the miracle of a double Styrofoam Clam Shell. because. You can't this. is random red couch really worse than all that. We. got. Don't ask me why. Yes. Yes. City is. All those other ads might be forgiven due to their moment in cultural history the pre stranger danger atmosphere of the sixties the delight in Styrofoam Man Sherbet. Colored. Blazers of the eighties. But random read couches free from cultural excuses. A monolith of bad taste that rejects any context I actually think what I had written was ever GonNa See the light of day, but I was trying to get an assignment off my plate. It turns out that just like bobby tim also thought random red couch would be killed. He never written a jingle before and was confused about why he was asked to write one now. Nonetheless. I think I might have been the let go because. Are you kidding it wasn't explicit like that. It was a thing where I just heard through a couple of friends there that it had to have some influence your decision. How long after the random read couch did were were you let go how would say within months? Yeah. That was the end of. A chapter for sure. After twenty, five years at the agency Tim was fired perhaps for something that wasn't even his idea in the first place. But. If random red couch wasn't Tim's idea whose was it who ultimately gave random red couch green light super super nice to the end. Tim Hesitates to name names but it's not long before he singing like a young. Jason Alexander Kathy. Kathy. I become good friends with Cathy who I was working on it and She was the creative director and there wasn't a lot of oversight and she kind of. Pushed through. while. Tim Above Bobby Kathy apparently was above Tim. Rung by Rung I was climbing a ladder, a ladder of Blaine to find out who bore responsibility for the abominable and random red couch. Oi All this talk about ads sure is making me thirsty for ADS. And lucky for me here comes a big fat thirst quenching tub of them. This episode of heavyweight is brought to you by Miller high life. The folks at Miller high life believed that big or small. There are everyday moments worth celebrating moments like untangling. Getting all of the orange peel off in one go or making yourself appealing enough for a cat to sit next to you. Whatever you think is worth celebrating bigger small consider celebrating with Miller highlife with champagne like bubbles in an iconic glass bottle it's crafted to be equality beer within everyone's reach crisp refreshing and unpretentious Miller highlife the champagne of beers celebrate responsibly Miller brewing company Yawkey Wisconsin. This episode is brought to you by Uber. Tonight. I'll be eating Buffalo Mozzarella pizza from my favorite neighborhood spot. Whatever you're in the mood for Uber eats offers a wide selection of restaurants from what's new in town too old neighborhood favorites select from a range of zero dollar delivery fee restaurants and more and. Order with Uber eats tonight terms and other fees apply see APP for availability. I would say it was probably the biggest clunker than I had ever done in my career. This is kathy the creative director for random red couch and the person Tim worked under Tim's an excellent writer Oh my God extremely talented guy. Like Tim Kathy retired from advertising some years ago. But says, random red couch has stuck with her I asked if she recalls any of the lyrics. Yeah. Which ones do you remember? What is it? I random red couch. Maybe have a bigger mental block against this spot and I thought sir. According to Tim Kathy, approved the random read couch but according to Kathy it wasn't as simple as that as a creative director you have a handful of bosses and people reviewing the work. Just when I think I've reached the top step of the blame Ladder Kathy tells me that she never had the authority to green light that level of decision making came from her bosses and these guys like absolutely Luckett. One boss in particular. So, at that time, our group creative director Tony, Malka was a bread. And he really wanted to use a song. You know he had a lot of success with that in the London market and he wanted to do. The ants come marching home and I'm like, Tony. We can't do a song with aunts for McDonald's commercial. That's nearly definitely have their list of no goes. Insects of any kind is a no-go with McDonald's right. He definitely wanted to shake things up. You want. You should try region as a Tony and he's he's super. Nice Guy Really Super Nice. I did a commercial that was cool. Just passing by and the UK. This is Tony Kathy's boss and just passing by was a poem Tony? Road. For McDonald's in England. After it aired actual sales went up five hundred percent and so Tony was offered the job in. CHICAGO. The whole Poyton started saying the labors and Cabelas and council motion tables but just passing by then the coffee types and coffee types and like that coffee for free sites were just passing by. Those on their own whilst on the phone donkey mcnuggets and having a moment we're just passing. The, driving through with Hungary crew who just pulled off the three two were just passing by. So. How did this happen? How did Tony go from crafting odes to rival wordsworth to? Couch. Tony explains the genesis of random couch. He'd wanted a song that was funny but funny in a uniquely American. Way. I think there's a brashness to American humor. There's there's no subtlety and as no intellectualism and it's just very bored and very funny. I think is probably you know a British psyche thing where very reserved and. Less likely to shout and when I first came to. CHICAGO. I realized is culturally, very different especially in terms. The improv saying second city and and a member Cathy was a big fan of a program called between two ferns. So instead of to ferns Tony thought one couch what could be more American than sitting on a couch. Tony Hope to achieve the so bad. It's good static of between two ferns random red couch stalled at so bad it's bad. In general though Tony is right about British and American comedy there nothing alike whereas British humor has a unit American humor has no you and whereas the American offices. Funny. The British office. I don't know what they're saying. Having not been raised with American comedy, the way Americans, and Canadians are Tony made a leap of faith random red couch seemed to have all the hallmarks of American comedy. It was Xiaodi stupid and in your face, Tony might just missed some of the subtleties. And to be honest as Tony performs post mortem, it still feels like something might be getting lost in translation if you take the musicale. Voice. Morgan Freeman for instance would have been ideal and he just invited you to join him in a in A. Bug. Some very, very tasty offerings case called astles dramatize. Couch Park Chan. You know when you're climbing a ladder. Just, the blame kind but any kind really there's that staff at the tippy top the one that reads this is not a step. Tony as it turns out, is that not a step step which is to say there's no one higher than Tony I have to rubber-stamp everything went out. Like. It all kind of came down to you. Yes onto blame it for it they're in that respect. You know I'm the one who policy I'm the one who said yeah, let's go with that. Within a year of the ADS release Tony was sent back to the UK. I moved my family to Chicago to try and be successful and I would be leaving there. Now still had things going the right way, but they don't sometimes. Although Tim and Kathy are no longer in the AD Business Tony Is. An in general, it's been pretty good to him. For one thing it's allowed him to buy a thirteen century chateau. which is French for castle. Dishes at quite modest, shanteau. Tony's been learning all about the history of his humble fortress and is even writing a book about it filled with fun facts like this one about the stairway in his turret. If going up I'll pay it. Goes Anti. Clockwise. If the people attack your call us all your chateau and they start to come up the tar then they will struggle to swing their sword in their hand. You'll coming down clockwise and you couldn't have a full swing and these people best swing is being restricted by the fact, stays going clockwise. Anti clockwise. That's what we here in the US of a call counterclockwise and what goes up counterclockwise must come down anti counterclockwise and it was time to go back down to where this whole thing got started. Bobby Hello I ask Bobby he's available to talk and Bobby says why and I say don't ask me why. So I I went back to Chicago as it were. Okay spoke to all kinds of people. I feel bobby in on how the random read couch came to be green let as well as the Arcane distinctions between British and American stair climbing to bobbies greater concern I break the news about the fate of coworkers. It does seem like they probably lost their jobs because of this thing really that's true. But Wow, all of them seem to be like happier and happier in some ways. Tim told me that since leaving advertising, he finally has the time to write poems short stories. The thing he's always wanted to do and Kathy has returned to her first passion fine art. She spends her days happily painting as for Tony. He's got a castle. Modest Chateau. Sorry. A modest castle that is. That is genuinely nice to hear. That is really cool that they have moved on from that world. For Tim Kathy and Tony All the campaigns are now a blur. There's one thing though that they do hold onto. Kim used to come in and we'd sit there and shoot a and loss. We became good friends. Guys had fun in the people that work with raw gray intends just hilarious are very formally kathy and Tim. Fun. Their happiest memories it turns out are not so much of the work but of the people they made the work with. Is the same for Bobby, he remembers hanging out in practice basis with friends a lot more than he does the actual gigs they were practising for. In fact, bobby says he never really got past feeling like that kid in the record store hiding behind his drum kit at the back of the stage. I didn't like playing live. Even. Though I did a lot for many years because I kind of felt like I was supposed to that I would eventually grow into it and it took many years to realize I was like I don't like this. What bobby really liked what he still misses his hanging out with his best friends jake still lives in Chicago and I miss him. You know every day billy moved to New York but pandemic started, and now he's going to leave so like I didn't even really get to see him that much in New York. I miss that built in. Friendship of being in a band. I liked just spending time with them and just having like this like built. In reason almost like well, we have to hang out Tuesday night because that's what we do. You were just in each other's lives in a real way. I missed a lot. Playing together, we we had an amazing time. Chicken Billy, miss playing with bobby also. Yeah you stole from me Yeah. I mean, he was always a oddity growing up. Like on any instrument that he touched. Yeah he's probably the best songwriter I know. And for all of Bobby's worry when I ask taken billy if they judge bobby random red couch, they say, of course they don't they never did. I think if anyone else had done that song, they wouldn't be as embarrassed as bobby because bobby to make really good music. I think with what he was given to the best he could. That's that is so sweet. It's stole turned into pilot craft. A pile of crab then infuriated a nation what can be more punk than that. If we weren't in the middle of pandemic I would spare no expense in assembling the old gang play together at fly them all back to Chicago to Jake's parents unfinished basement and I play the role of the sand engineer keeping quiet, handing out complimentary coconut water and contractually obligated gummy sharks. So good. But we are in a pandemic. So instead, I spent thirty seconds creating zoom link your glasses. The pretty new. That is, I. offered to spend thirty seconds creating zoom link but Bobby says it'd be easier if he just does it himself, what are we doing? The thing I wanNA give bobby after all the ACORNS. He's given me his a chance to play with his friends the way he used to as a kid. When it didn't matter what they were playing only that they all playing it together. On. Don't ask why. Favorites. Catalano. Rabbit. Gas. Donald. Cheese. Them's the flavor dollar menu. Know. That was that was I can tell. Want to. So. A Last week's. Food. Actions across. The. Fame. Grandson. Every dog show. was. Damaged. The Solomon to decide A. This episode of heavyweight was produced by Stevie Lane along with me Jonathan Goldstein. Our senior producer is Colella hold special. Thanks to Emily Khandan Alex, Bloomberg. Chris neary Nazanin Rafsanjani phoebe Flanagan. In Pot Jake Anderson Billy Klein and Jackie Cohen the titular Bobby Lord mixed the episode with original music by Christine Fellows John K Samson Michael Hurst and he himself the eponymous. Bobby. Lord. Additional music credits can be found on our website gimmick media dot com slash heavyweight. Our theme song is by the Weaker Dan's courtesy of epitaph records. Follow us on twitter at heavyweight or email us at heavyweight at GIMBLETT MEDIA DOT COM. We'll see you next week settled. A. Lawsuit repainting. Son. To. Take. A. Watch shouting cries sir. Son. Think about the things you really care about. When you vote, you're helping shape the future of your community and our country. 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Bobby Gets Thrown Under The Bus on Dating Life + Amy makes Cash offer for Someone to be Alexa at Sons Birthday Party + Bobby on returning to American Idol

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Bobby Gets Thrown Under The Bus on Dating Life + Amy makes Cash offer for Someone to be Alexa at Sons Birthday Party + Bobby on returning to American Idol

"I'm mark murphy. I'm a chef restaurant. Tour and host of a new podcast from iheartradio called food three sixty join me as we take a three hundred sixty degree look at history science culture and more all through the lens of food. The most important thing for me is not my writing ego. It's getting people to cook delicious food. Be we sure to subscribe to food three sixty on the iheartradio app apple podcasts were ever you listen to your favorite shows all right. The bobby bones post show pre show. We just finished up <hes> tuesday. Show glad you're here a lunchbox sick again today. She'll be back tomorrow. The strep strep is that right. I don't know i heard fevers. Okay well strep as much longer than one day might be the one to talk to them. What was he telling. You is wrong with them. I think he had a fever starting friday and went to the doctor found out he had stripped. Oh so both in you to sit by each other makes me nervous it no no. I haven't seen him since what friday i tell you yesterday we we did the song tuesday performed it live yeah get some pretty good reviews on that song. Hey we have here. We have a recording of it right. I don't know we have ruined unless you have it. You have it. I'll look i don't know i don't think so there. She is she's back. Welcome the party. Amy and we just walked back in the studio. She had to go number two. Would you admit if you vote okay. Let me say what happened today. Show for you to go. Oh my gosh no we were talking about. There was a story that you'll hear later on in the show where older parents <music> have better behaved kids before you get attitude with your face. Let me finish my story because you'll see where i'm going to do that well. This is where it has to do with attitude attitude yeah so during the segment amy goes well. She makes a joke about that is mainly for my kids because i'm thirty thirty nine but i'll probably date somebody you know middle east twenty no not just don't do the the mom nice tone. Hold hold on. Let me get to my point and go my cutoff. Amy you said you're twenty five years young but okay okay twenty five and you said who those play the game of the girls you've dated recently and and goes full under bus and i'm buying with it. I sat here and took it and i was like okay. Let's play the game with the girls and i started listening office. You'll hear later rebates. The ages of the girls i wanna with women girls and so then i had forgotten eddie goes being a smart i like to to eddie did the same thing and he goes. What about the girl went to the wedding with you. Which by the way. I don't think it's fully fair. It was a date right. Yes she came to me and was like and i kinda knew her but she was she was okay. I would like to go this wedding with you. I was like cool. Let's go. I didn't know until we got there that she was twenty three. I felt like amy was making a point and she couldn't and find that one example feed help her though but i didn't pursue her i was like w coffee together i haven't been since who says you're going to pursue your wife life. Your future wife my point. Then amy goes then amy goes. She was eighteen and she was it. It just made me sound l. Pervy she wasn't eighteen and you yelled at going into break. So that's the last raimondo's in my ear going all right. We got five seconds four and he goes eighteen to own show and i'm like no. She wasn't so my point it is. You're just yelling things to be funny in. That was funny and i could appreciate the humor the same way when you walked in and number two and you're like don't do that like it's all right. I appreciate your humor humor. Thank you boom but for sure. A lot of people left that segment being like wow that's crazy and then they had to go into work because some like did you hear about it a wedding with an eighteen year old not true saying you're right now so bad. That's my it'd be like what's wrong with that. Did you move or task no hassle. Is that what he says now. There's no hassle yes johnny. Cochran rhyme does say he doesn't tassled johnny cochran rhyme. I like that when you make a really good rhyme yeah if it don't love to help fit you must acquit great. Here's tuesday's top three every song right now. The biggest songs in country music at number three the ones didn't make it back home justin moore eh solo number two dan shea. I'll want you oughta massa so you don't need and number one. Lou combs career never broke. Mahar pro does does your biggest country songs. Your biggest pop song is ed sheeran and justin bieber with and maybe sometimes the best win them with and the number one alternative song is billy irish bad guy say you alternative all. Do you wanna play country. Thank you they <hes>. I got a text here from a nine one four number saying hey h is just a number my boyfriend's thirty seven. I'm twenty three. I got no problem with that. <hes> which is actually kind of the same okay. I'm thirty nine hundred ninety two thousand five fun. I don't have a problem with eighteen. I do not even a problem legally. That's where you can't say ages number like like you know yeah because if you say age is just number you mean age is just a number. I don't it's not good number. I mean an appropriate age. Age is the number that i follow strictly. I don't even shut up every show. Get off me. I owe you three number. Two jokes equal that up wow this list of things to talk about yeah. If you're listening to this right now you can call the show. Oh you can be put on the post. Show pre show our phone number remote. Will you tell that we may get calls. I don't know who's watching this christina. Yeah i mean we let her know. We're gonna call <hes> mhm eight seven seven seventy seven bobby. We've got a few more minutes eight seven seven seventy seven bobby. What does the average person spend the most time doing during the day eating and drinking sleeping commuting or leisure and working at commuting or leisure and family time or working community ten hours <hes> sleeping between seven and eight hours leisure and family time four hours eating and drinking two hours a say this about my sleep. I didn't sleep very well last night or the night before eilly. Is it possible the because because i i wasn't taking my medicine johanna taken the those probiotic yeah the the bacteria living bacteria. I didn't take them as much last today's cadet affect my sleep. I don't know i take them to my but i don't like what's wrong with you. I've been doing the wrong the bloodstream okay right there but a little better my brain fog is lifting like twenty percent of our brain fog lifting recalls getting. It's still not good but i can feel it. You can feel it lifting from my brain today he fog. That's a song amy that we we do in our bobby casts where people misunderstand the meeting. I can pull that number is crazy crazy because it's like well. I play some free minutes but yeah check out the bobby cast and listen to eddie. I talk about songs. You've thought one thing but don't mean something completely different the best way to get rid of stress at the end of the day beer or doubt cracking open a book. Oh he said cracking checking you had me cracking. Study found that reading for just thirty minutes has similar stress reducing efforts to thirty minutes of yoga. Wow we think about that yeah. I think there's probably something to it. I did not get to read last night but i did my whole week of dedicated time and so i hit my goal and i tried to read every day but i didn't have time last night. Maybe you're just like if you had. You'd be smart elegant. I'm gonna say that was the tone various my gosh. It was just the beginning key from the beginning of the song. This is phil collins an air tonight. We get unblock the phone lines if we're gonna take calls steady as she had him on blog but sl taking calls too well you take those calls. We'll take anything. There's listen to songs about ready. You'll listen the words but it's it's also like urban legend at this point with the songs about because of the words <music> <music> <music> safar okay the chorus off aw dark. I believe a senior new thoughts long time. I've really listen to the lyrics. I didn't realize i thought it was more like this. You think this special was on. It's gonna get better. Oh wow i guess exile but now it's like death is near you so hold on so so the word is that he saw another guy watching drown and not save him imminent <unk> references in later saw the collins goes talking about anything found a bunch of gibberish. You free styled. He's just fit so i just wanna say in words. Oh wow that's crazy. No oh lord we're not wow wow that'd be the word i'd but we do. A lot of those really means nothing. Nothing i think and he said that did you fill call was the drummer of genesis. Do you know the the the evolution phil collins genesis drummer. The solo went to so genesis was looking for. Do you know the lead singer of genesis. Peter gabriel boom so peter gabriel was the lead singer of bank of genesis. Phil collins was the drummer. Peter gabriel goes solo. They're auditioning people to be the lead singer. Phil collins is still the drummer and so he's like well just sing so as the the drummer he's singing and drumming and becomes the lead singer because we're like well you already know the songs and you can sing sold to make you the drummer even for just for now and they got have hits the second lead singer which is so rare and so then he just moved to the fry still drums some but then became the front guy in videos and stuff. You don't see binding kit. You can get the camera angle but in the nutty he goes solo and obviously you know him for that now. Do you know what peter gabriel screen. I don't see it. I think i do if you give me a hint. Your is the light the heat your is complete your eyes to feel the visit your remedy. Can you pull up your eyes. Jam gets good. We call them. Peter gabriel the evolution of the man that takes me back. Well i know but my sister was drill team so she was in high school. I was in junior high and she was like she was really good like tuesda officer on the drill team and they did a song to this and she would always practice in our living room so yup old back in my living room and onion creek austin texas or movies this where he carpet. This is what he's playing on the stereo on. This is the only reason why i know the song is my sister practicing john cusak <hes> yeah yeah yeah. I think this is this say anything. I think this is what he's maybe. I don't know i used that had gif the other day because i was talking about the guy on the bachelorette he's like he's going to see that such an old i could be wrong on or this one that the song this is it. I only ever seen that movie. Oh that's the cameron crowe movie. You know who he is. He's he was in gladiator. The russell crowe jerry maguire cameron crowe almost famous jerry maguire yeah <hes> my instagram lamey cope nope they return the lab the live so soon will burn without a voice from in your eyes the way i see you got to pee you. It's cool. Oh you went talk about amy getting rejected for a podcast for interviews gentle. He's having to learn the life that not everybody. What's gonna be on your show which is fine. I mean but i'm not gonna scare me from reaching out you know good good good yeah <hes> rick warren he's. He's a pastor a purpose driven life. You know that book no big time pastor i will say his rejection letter came from the woman that works the from dusk. It is church or whatever and choose very kind like it was amazing like she was so thoughtful should chilling me like praying for me. It's great. Unfortunately he can't fit this in a schedule at this this time and then he could not big enough. I know your big your podcast as big people even realize how big your podcast is yeah and then they she attached attached verse. That's what they're playing. Pranks signed. It blessings like every friend tells me their loss sirois savy every front tells you thanks thanks for your note to pastor rick about your interest in having him on the four things with amy brown podcast in looking at his schedule. We can see how this will be possible for him. Except your vacation asian phone calls to yeah i mean i wouldn't have him live. Oh probably yeah just interview him over phone then in person percents i._r._l. In real life ira wait times you do. I don't write the the letter u. for you but i write i._r._l. And i right l. let me know but is that. Is that okay if we do that like i'm gonna do it anyway. I don't care what you say but i'm wondering what would you say. It'd be like all right bobby twelve now. That's fine and i decay. It's okay. I hate on it. Just don't do i._d. K. but if i'm like doc <hes> we get together today at three pm to do x._y._z. But everybody l. m. k. yes amy checked out now. Because we just just listen everybody gets tired. During this part of the i'm not tired. I saw my other rejection letter. I was finding the letters is to pull them up because i wanted to. It was just funny. How rick's rejection was like several sentences and really kind and then other people they just get to the point who i reach out to anthony from queer eye and i love that show and <hes> thank you for the interest but we have to decline at this time xbox which let me anthony to the point the well anita google which one on i'll tell you. I don't want to describe them wrong. He's the cooking one. He cooks on the show. I don't know what they do under the difference. Watch it but i don't know their names like i know. There's a good looking black guy. There's a good like a white guy. There's a guy with long hair. That's funny good looking at the long hair. I like that guy yeah. He's who who i would date. I had to pick one of them. That's what date. Do you ever play that game. No oh yeah yeah it's like. Which one would you date unclear. I that's the one yeah i mean he's hot and he cooks and stuff which is awesome but he's busy right now so he can not there and i was like okay. I got those rejections actions like within the same hour in one day so that kinda really like beal. I'll keep reaching for the stars. Hey raymundo is right out there. <hes> i don't see him. You may have hillary run yeah right. There's a camera on you now. So we just saw you say rate who just walked by the hall to your left. I don't know if that was buckman more buckner faulkner but men might have been who is that right right there <hes> rods right there. Okay okay wait coming out right now the cameras i gotta go. Can you hear me <hes> he can hear you with these headphones. Yeah put on quick. Why are you grumbling grandma grandma awesome and if you're like grumbling i can see right on the camera yeah. You're on by the way nice shirt. You'll like it i do. It's a new. It's a new one yeah. That's a good looking sure. Is it a untuckit. No it's moreno sorta untuckit tuck. It like it's not real long does on targets. What a great idea unbelievable. I got like three or four of them. Have a bunch that i'm just like you and me. Here's the point you don't talk it in now. I don't leave it on talks dogs. It doesn't look sloppy. Get it. Not even a commercial isn't even endorsement say. It's not even a commercial like i really think it's a good product and house our utan. Can you like extra little bit a little bit. What did you do to get in the sun okay. And how did you feel about c._n._a. Festive t._v. Show was literally one of the best ever action pack fast paced. You did a pretty good job too yeah. I thought i was surprised. I was used so much a lot. Yeah like bobby bobby show. I don't know that that's that's the case but <hes> we have meeting. Someone had <hes> thanks for hopping on. I'm glad you feel safe enough and vulnerable enough. Just come with trust me very vulnerable mother komo. Oh you did all right. I gotta go very good all right. Check out amy's four podcast amy brown and today janet kramer's come into the house. She's always fun to talk to all right by. August eighth is national interview day for express employment professionals apply now. If you want to get better job visit expresspros dot com slash interview day. If you ready for the next step in your career get to know express register for national interview day to learn more about jobs in customer service administrative support i._t. 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What do you wanna say that <hes>. I just wanted to call <hes> in light of all the negativity and all the stuff. That's is going on in the news in the world today. I just wanna say i really appreciate the the positivity the love and the support that you guys show and i appreciate the radio joe 'cause it. Just you know it helps me get my day going in the mornings well. Thanks we appreciate that. That's that's a bit of our goal. You know i think we feel like we wanted to feel like you're just listening to friends and we're pretty positive people anyway so you know we're not trying to mr rogers anyone by any sense however <hes> we do feel like people are turn on the radio and here's some good some cooler some positive that they can listen to us so i'll be filled that way and i appreciate that call absolutely it's very refreshing. Knock mark and i appreciate you bobby and precepts studios well all right. Thanks a lot good morning. Thank you you too man virginia. How about this story. A man in tennessee who was convicted of two counts of attempted murder fled the courthouse during a recess. He's like i'm out of here and one of the jurors give him. A ride won't talk about that <hes> yeah his name is will call them. Matter reiki blake's. He was convicted of two counts of attempted. First degree murder was all happening. He was seen leaving the courthouse. They saw the camaro return notice a juror getting out of the vehicle. They say fled from the courthouse during recess while the jurors were deliberating once a jury was questioned. They admitted a driving blake said they did not discuss the case. During the drive okay good okay he was previously sentenced to twenty years in prison on each of the attempted him to murder counts in a five thousand dollar fine of the remaining counts. They can't find them still by the way still still gone. I mean you believe the jury didn't know anything what's up. No i don't believe it all and they for sure discuss the case now they didn't eddie ganic camaro the commander of the pig mom camaro rockinger kamera marrow glad you guys are here. Thanks for hanging out with us here on a tuesday show. We've got a pretty good one today. M you could yeah you yeah. I'm pretty good. I'm good man. Thanks so far lunchboxes not here. He he was sick yesterday. He left early. We'll see if he comes back later today. <hes> don't know yet so we'll see. Here's the bobby bones show podcast highlight segment of the day so amazon has birthday on friday yeah. His birthday is on saturday parties on friday and you're looking for someone to come to his party and act like who l._x._i. Because he loves alexa alexa he talks her every day. She plays him his favorite song. She tells him the weather he can really ask her anything and he wants her to come. He doesn't know that it is a computer bobby. All of this stuff is pretty new to him. I i mean i haven't i wanted to like crushes dreams. I asked him the other day what he thought. Alexa looked like i mean for all i know i think he's picturing that you know someone's working somewhere it in their voices coming through the box right. It's not like that. He gets that decision or computer. There's really not someone. They're now okay so he wants her to come in. So what are you putting out right now means does she tries to ruin all the time and i'm like so she'll be quiet. Oh you want him to believe it then well. I mean i don't wanna i i said i don't wanna ruin it for him. It's his friend we're. We're struggling friend department so i yeah i need someone. He thinks she's got brown around skin beautiful skin by the way she wears sunglasses and she's really nice so you need someone that fits that so you're talking to people in austin right now. Guess if there's someone that will wear sunglasses have brown skin beautiful skin. How much will you pay them. Well i don't know what do you think i should pay. I mean you. I guess if you could show up for like an hour to make it worth your time then okay so i will pay one hundred dollars to come be alexa alexa and but i mean you you if he asked you something. You have to talk to him like he might be saying. Things like alexa play old old town road the singleton road and then she needs to go. I'm gonna take home now. I mean but somehow maybe she could have like her iphone pocket or if she has that and like she could have certain songs queued up. I can tell you the ones he asked for the most right now and you can just hit play and all of a sudden. It'll start coming out of your pocket. Yeah that would be clutch. Are you being serious. I mean it'd be nice touch. How people need to get a hold of you if they want to. Take the shop. Let's see how could people get a hold. Hold me amiel bobby bones com okay. That's the email address in the in the subject line put alexa all caps okay and you will hire someone in austin to come and be alexa character to wear all black <hes> but sunglasses and the no the weather <hes> and stuff like that yeah look outside. The full of useless information is cheating at the iphone to be alexa. No he's now as what are they need to do to to get the job done. Done okay and your son is held nine. School starts more yup gassing. I know it's crazy. I can't believe already interviewing in another school year. I feel like he's eighteen before you know it says she are basically already is she is twelve but how are they getting along. I mean they're they're annoyed with each other right now for sure but i think once school gets back in and they'll have some separation that will be good. Do they feel like brother and sister for sure brother. I don't know guess and they fight. She just gets she's so smart and ahead of things and i'll always has been and she's a good care giver like she helps him and she wants to help open but then he's so behind it certain things that she just like sort of throws her hands in the air. Sometimes she's like i give up. He doesn't wanna listen to me. He doesn't understand is interesting. What i'm saying he's being silly. He doesn't get it. You think your daughter has a photographic memory i do. I didn't really re i mean i knew she always and i think some stuff is gonna come out the more she learns english russian better she gets at school but i knew when she first moved here like we would watch certain movies and it would be stuff. She saw who knows like years years ago. Maybe at the orphanage or something and all isn't huge we just sitting there and she'd go boom and the next like two seconds later. There would be an explosion in whatever we were watching and and i'm like how did you even know that she's like. I saw this once like i don't even and i can't do that so that was just that example has popped up time and time again and now she's starting to read and the other day she she wants to be a doctor and actress and a singer all three so i'm like you know if you wanna pursue your acting career which she loves plays like like you know like she could. You know you've been broadway. I mean but those they read all the time and they have to be good at reading scripts and memorizing things and she looked at me and she said you mean like back in. She started rattling off. These sentences and i had no idea what she was doing. I thought she was spewing stuff and i said what are you. What are you saying she goes. That's the book i started reading today and and i pull out the book and what she had said was literally the first page of the book i four sentences and that's what she said back to me and i was like like hold up like you're like you could have some. I mean she. I don't know that it's legit photographic memory but she's close which i am super happy before because i can read a book and i'll read four pages and i'll be like shoot. I'm not i would just right to go back and read it again so i feel like you kind of have that. I don't think i have a photographic memory or my recall is just fast like what i have is. I got like you read it once and you you pretend movie tena retina regina c. pap retains to this topic you do because i feel like and if anybody has any tips for me i just want to like you know. If it's a skill we can sharpen want to hone in on it because it will definitely help in school. I see those classes at two o'clock in the morning like speed reader l. My mom order that suffer for me. What was that <hes> golly. I had such trouble with reading. She ordered well. I mean i did hooked on phonics did not work for me. You know that was the tagline hooked on phonics worked for me and then eighteen year old joke around our houses didn't work hooked on phone yeah. I'm getting a lot of texts about you hiring someone to be alexa von yeah they say be careful. He doesn't give me the fun of at school. If he believes alexis real nobody he goes home school. It's fine. It's fine no amy. Tell well him a computer. This is creepy is supposed day said alexei is not a good idea yeah. There's nobody that's like this is amazing. I'll come on text not yet but like i'm sure someone or email gets weird okay. It's right at the point of him starting to be that age where you gotta start going. Hey some of this. This stuff isn't real. We'll get there but i mean i get that he's turning nine but he's not nine cognitively and emotionally. Not nine like this is still fun for him. It'd be like people want unicorns at their birthday party and people get horses and put what they don't think unicorn surreal no yes some of these kids four. They get a horse. They put a i would say. He's about four or five years old okay. I'm just saying i it feels a little weird to me but you're the mom you know more. I'm not questioning parenting skills. I mean people have clowns. Come to parties cardi's okay but again. They don't think the real deal. Maybe is this weird around the room morgan number two. I don't think so eddie. Why i i wouldn't call it a weird weird. I'm just it's just like bobby. Bobby said you should probably start telling them what's real and what's not and it's good for his growing up like you know in the computer but he loves to dress up as captain america on the weekend and keep the neighborhood safe and i don't crush his dreams at that. I'm like yeah buddy you get it but he doesn't really think he's captain. America okay well. I don't know maybe rabi tell our son why i think at the party's gonna learn that it was all just a way to learn yeah exposed. Okay scratch the whole thing. Do we a senior. We gotta do this. Well i mean first of all i need alexa and she's got all the requirements and i've i've had the same strategy and dating and it hasn't worked out for me is. I'm just saying it's going to be tough. Yeah kenny chesney all the pretty girls bobby bones show. Someone said i could be alexa first birthday a day but i'm a dude in white i can have and he's the bad version translates a lower operating system bobby bones show railroad president. Donald trump's gonna visit el paso texas in dayton ohio this week to meet with state and local local officials in wake of the shootings and other news kanye west domes for the homeless that he's been building on his standard acre property could be demolished because the structures are in breach of building coded neighbors are complaining and finally dangerous he continues officials are warning highs could exceed one hundred and ten degrees in phoenix and las vegas death valley could see a hundred and twenty per se not to go outside. Hey thanks for hanging out with us. On this day in country music bobby on this day in one of my favorite elvis songs ever sixty two years ago elvis at the top of the country chart was just lead me be your teddy bear keeping this was written for elvis second film called loving you not only the top the country charts it topped pop chart and atop the rb chart. He had number one all three of them. The song writers i took advantage of elvis's accidental reputation for loving teddy bears because there was a false rumor around him that he loved teddy bears false yeah. He didn't somebody made kevin. Also people started giving them. Teddy bears all the time we had thousands of teddy bears and at one point he donated all of them to the national foundation for infantile paralysis. All the teddy gathered they save donated but there you go on this day in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven elvis presley tops the charts with let me be your eddie babe ruth full house occasionally featured this lullaby as this michelle love this song and her dad and the uncles would sing teddy bear on full house one lady who's about to go to sleep to the battle ebbing bobby bones show the story here this guy twenty two years old he. He scammed amazon at a three hundred seventy thousand dollars by returning dirt to them so by dirt so he would buy. Let's say he bought a nintendo uh-huh and he would take it and take into out of the box and then he would fill it to its exact weight with dirt and ship it back and they would never open the box warehouse warehouse make potentially ship it back out so he'd get the money back and then he'd sell the nintendo that he kept and he made three hundred seventy thousand dollars twenty two years old been arrested because he kept sending them dirt he filled up the boxes with the same exact weight of the product amazon amazon deterrent policy says item on the website can be returned within thirty days of receipt refunds are processed in two business days customers can expect their funds to show their account three to five days and so so <hes> he has been released on bail and he started his own company with all the money so now it's like. He's got a company going with a bunch of money. He cheated amazon cloud. Wow it's almost like people that were billing amazon and apple. I think maybe even google and facebook with all these hey we did a bunch of work at your place and so they would just pay them their massive companies yeah a million dollars so i saw that this morning <hes> mike d went and saw that movie mighty what was it called once upon a time in hollywood good grandparent tina brad pitt leo dicaprio it just looks good long long long two hours and forty-five minutes. Why oh oh gosh that's like a really good movie. Ever long. What's up with. This movie is good. It's good. I didn't know what it was about going into to it but it's like leonardo dicaprio. He was like a big star in the fifties and now he's trying to get his career back in the seventy s or coming around that's good well how long rating system some four stars or five star five or four okay. So what do you give it out of five three five three five stunt doubles. Why why the sun double brad pitt plays leonardo di caprio stunt double in the movie any like drives them around and you liked it. Yeah it's only three to five yeah why not the other one and half have stunt doubles because they're kind of like drags in the middle of it because it's the law golly. You would think that they would just feel like let's cut this part out. Do you know in our long part. Get to the point bobbitt bone kissed nashville hollywood morgan number two thirty seconds giddy luke bryan brian is returning as a judge on american idol in our own bobby bones is also returning to the show as an in house mentor new season airs in the spring of twenty twenty an in acute video. That's taking over the internet. Lou combs posted a fan video of a young little boy holding a guitar and singing the verse from his latest number. One single beer never broke my a heart and seeing it buddy wire. Thomas rhett has teamed up with clothing outfitter effort chubby spray swimwear line. It's called the retro collection in its inspired by colors and styles from the ninety s you can see the line bobby bones dot com a morgan number tooth. That's your skin. It's time for the good news so remember the wiener dog that was taken from the people's people's front yard by the amazon person during the package. Do i can't stop thinking about up brought it up like four times on this show since it happened right well update wiener dog has been reunited sided with his family so landscaper it was working nearby whenever the incident went down with the person stole the dog like solid aw look like and when i guess when there is some sort of a lineup or maybe pictures were shown or something the landscaper was able to identify the person and since they worked for amazon had their info so then and they were able to find them obviously no longer kick their. Where's your weiner. Where's the weiner yeah yeah. I know and yeah it's crazy. Luckily the dog i mean it was trying to be sold on craigslist seventy dollars crazy that thankfully it hadn't been so i mean and i'm sure you're we we eh come out the door. Okay draft the winner her okay so they had the dog is back with the family. Yeah i couldn't stop thinking talking about our jay was taken to their family the phillips they now have their dog back which is super cool. Investigator ethan stark a cousin of an adventure tony so my dog over the weekend had played with a couple of dogs but they can't handle my dog. He's so puppy and just jumps is nonstop one dog at front. Come over pick my dog up. I'll play with my dog. He's always looking for a buddy. They did okay but eventually the old get tired of my dog and then another dog came over to my house and the dog who had that dog. They'll never been aggressive was like <unk> at mytalk the whole time who because he just wanted my wouldn't stop and i was like my life. Gotta learn so whatever he's gotta. Do let them let them play but he wouldn't stop so. I'm trying to find a good play partners. That's the tire my dog out right now when you get r._j. R._j. the weiner he's been i can teach my little dog about all right amy. That's a good story thank you that was telling me something. Nothing gets a lot of emails about coal case all the time and usually when i look at a store i can tell him. The first five minutes probably happened but this one strain. I'm katherine townsend host of the true crime podcast helen gone in an hour's asking people what's wrong. What's wrong. Komo sheriff's office james dan no explanation. Janey ward was sixteen years old when she died under mysterious circumstances dances she was at a party at a cabin in the woods in the small town of marshall arkansas story that she fell off twat daughter would be. I'm heading back to arkansas on a new case to find out what happened to jamie ward on september tonight nine thousand nine hundred nine. Listen to hell and gone. That's h. E. l. l. and gone on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you you get your podcasts showdown head yup by lunchboxes still out sick so filling in the bonehead is producer eddie eddie all right this one comes to you from alabama over the past few weeks a man and a woman broke into a grocery store in alabama and stole toilet paper for the third time how bad they need pretty bad. Okay that toilet paper so the third time the cops already there waiting for him and bam they get busted turns is out. They own a janitorial supply place how they were. That's why they were still. They weren't just in need of toilet paper now they you did to us for their own business but i think the bonehead part is three times different stores. You're going to do it. No don't hit any store right right right because out your business yeah. That's all right there you go. That's bonehead story today. Buddy miss the bobby accounts erica pursued by in the recording studio. This is as the guitar that they play on the record. It's only guitar riff. Amy are you ready. You're up. I can you name the song just by the guitar parts number one bomb the aw whether it'd be alive alive or often now staying alive. Your answer is staying staying alive staying alive showing me staying alive girl play guitar guitar like they're. I'm back that whatever whatever whatever whatever whatever okay eddie come on name by the guitar riff song number two. I'm a you are now. I don't you're in the dungle bathing <music> welcome to the jungle. You didn't hear that now really definitely start again. It goes and now i still here okay can project. Hey morgan to play. Let's still ow you will take a shot. I can try. I'll give you a really easy one you. I love going and dancing your twenty-five you know all the club songs yeah club saw clubs songs plates bars on all the bar songs. Okay this bar song number three got it down. Stop believing journey the good good. He's got one by the way let me salute all of you. You got it amy around back around. Are you ready ready named the song by just two guitar <music> aw man a it. It takes a minute to get their events already. Come on. They're all pretty easy. I was gonna try to help you with one. We'll just go with an what'd you wanna order raymond. They're all pretty easy. Go ahead. Can't you sound maybe la title the john moving on may may oh i i love rock and roll. I had to do your technique happen. All right back over to you ready. Listen closely. They played this one also in the bars. They're all targeted like an instagram ad right to her. This is your wheelhouse ready morgan number two. It's not there yet singalong no words in nineteen eighty nine. Her hair was long okay. You got to keep going by a man wow it is i yeah. I don't think i know the title you know what i mean like summer of sixteen. I lyrics eric that. I know it's kid rock. It's kid rock. Yes summer long. How is your like. Does your girl eddie dillon battling it out. We're gonna do speed around yep. Just yell your name if you know it raymond. Let's do number eight here. We go me santana song. See god knows. I don't and i just felt in muscle. How that i give from you. You got to kind of love that would be so gimme a the ha champion amy thing thing you listen. You all played wonderfully. <hes> amy wins yeah. Eddie got both of his right and morgan. I got one. I know we all everybody bobby bones. Show that's what happened. My friend was on a flight and a nine year old on the flight as they are taxing about to take off air dropped a bomb picture to people on the plane nine year old so they're taxing the pilot. It has to turn the plane around and i'm like we all just in the news like yeah. Nutmeg like not too long ago and then now boom it happened to one of my friends and they had to turn around and he was not in the best position to see exactly what happened but the nine year old was removed from the plane by police and yeah you have to what air-dropping ping is if you're not super into the iphone is that it's basically an easier way to text message. You just go connect connect bloom. It sends it through right. It's like a direct connection. Yes and the settings are right. Anyone's phone can accept like except for everyone so if my phone is in range like a wifi connection. I just wanted to send me whatever picture they want anyone and so a nine year old knew how to do it and thought it'd be funny to send a bomb picture to everyone who is open. What's bomb picture sure what everyone had to me. It's like one of those things fuse coming up yeah yes and so not only did the nine year old get taken away but then they had to deplane everybody just to make sure that everything was legit and safe and good and then yeah. I was just a frustrating process because this being late. What's the punishment for that not alive by your parents. A woman probably big time grounded rounded but i mean no gel. Maybe the judge scares. Oh yeah take the phone away. I guess that's crazy. I know let me go over to michelle in pittsburgh michelle. How are you good morning. Show me how pretty good what's going on. What can help you with go to much. You just had a question. I noticed that isa. Tell callers all the time that you appreciate the medicine as a call. I noticed stop doing that now. I just kind got to say thanks for calling because i do what i used to. I used to go. I appreciate you and then i would hit this button and you'd hear this and i guess i just got tired of it. I don't know why i still tell them. Thanks for calling. I can do it more. There's no reason i think it is kind of forgot they. Hey i appreciate you. You bring that back in our easy for me man of the people that's calling. Hey michelle appreciate you. You love the show. Thank you very much have a nice day thing of email and you can now send us notes to our mailbag as well so mailbag at bobby bones show dot com mail back. Nope nope mail bag at bobby bones dot com. Thank you mailbag mailbag at bobby bones dot com. Might we have me those two emails. They had a second so michael. Just come and drop them on my desk and be like here's two meals. Here's some emails. Do you guys want to run through a couple. Yeah all right so we get these these emails from folks all the time and there are mostly about really personal situations in their life and you don't have to put your name on on them right so just know that when you send them if your name is in the email header were not going to read your name if you put it in the body of the email will then say okay it okay so if you don't have to worry about that when you have to change. Does that make sense yeah you can send it. You can still be anonymous. Here's the first one hey bobby f situation where my husband's parents call me by. His ex wife's name constantly. I met my husband shortly after he divorced his ex wife. I understand a few slip. Buffs are okay but even years down the road. They still accidentally call me by my ex's name. It is even stretch as far as call me the wrong name in a toast to address this without sounding highly annoyed. How would you approach the situation. Eighty your thoughts. I mean i just think oh. I know that slip-ups happen like my mom used to call me kristie all the time. That's my sister's name my kids i'll say stevenson ashir all the time like i mix it up and i don't know why and that was one thing that was i was so annoyed me about my mom in the now i find myself doing it and i don't mean any harm by it but i would just if it really is something that's bothering you and it's gone on for years and i would just say that you ask them to really try to be aware of what like what they're saying like really just think about it because it's starting to hurt your feelings. A little in your general rule is on the bother you got about it or they're not gonna know well. They probably know they keep doing it. They probably know if it's been years. They probably know okay. Gas you gotta go them say hey listen. I don't know if you mean to or not. But could you please stop calling nancy's name. <hes> it's insulting all right. Let's see one more. This is an email l. to the mailbox. Remember sending up to mailbag bobby bones dot com. Hey bobby in the mail bag. I have a co worker in our building who never washes his hands after using the bathroom bobby fellow germaphobe. I'm sure you would agree that. It's disgusting. What do you think any advice. I'll lead on this one. There's nothing you can do. It's not you're not the bathroom. Police don't touch them like lunchboxes and wash his hands. I'll touch him correct. He's out sick right now. Practicing washing his hands that are male or female wrote that female interesting why just wondering she signed her name is adrian like is that dirty too wet or a female fan wrote the note. I don't know who the person in the bathroom mussa amy your thoughts. There's nothing you can say to them. Maybe you do this because you can't say anything but you can take the two fingers point to your is the point of view there is when they walk out of the bathroom. Don't say anything. I amy yeah i mean i guess. I guess you can't but maybe sometime maybe casually carry some hand sanitizer thirteen. You're like oh my hand sanitizer. You put a little in your hand. You say what some follow every time they go to the bathroom stick out their hand and they give them a little squirt. Are there you go. That's camelback raimondo. Will you mailbag us out. Please thank you very much everybody in that that was bobby. Mailbags <music> news amy's pile of stories so can a knife emoji double as a threat to kill someone who i've been seeing on the news where judges are now having to interpret emojis in court cases because of this question or does a heart emoji from a manager is that the same thing harassment snits wow so yes emojis are increasingly coming up in court cases and judges are struggling with how to interpret them so you now. You're not going to be careful about what you tax which emoji do us because even like winky faced emoji could be well sometimes the moment i'll send the face and eggplant but that just means you're gonna tell a joke tomorrow about vegetables yeah but winky eggplant could also means something in court court. I probably go getting in trouble. Yeah judges just aren't prepared for this sometimes especially an increase of it lately and like especially judges that are older and just not not familiar with a lot of the the newer of inaccurate fuel so they're a little perplexed yeah. That's that's wild and i am familiar still have trouble going yep guilty then. Maybe that's that's crimes now emoji right all emojis. That's a good story what else you got any so a remorseful thief who stole a bottle of ketchup from this new jersey jersey restaurant where back and gave them two bottles a catch up along with a letter saying that you know they had this string of bad luck after this whole hold the catch up and they felt like it was the bad karma chasing then so they needed to return catch up like new bottles here you go because i want the bad luck to end. It was like all kinds of things that was the tipping point for him to go okay job. I'm squares. They come and this is the worst thing i've ever done now. I don't ever want to do anything because a believer in karma oh yeah big time and now ohno me neither really yeah i. I believe that i mean the energy you put. I feel like if you're negative all the time like you're going to negatively breeds negatively. Come back and bite you but i mean. I don't think i don't think monster out there this watching watching you go on <hes> one point for bobby. I'll be sure to get him back with r._a. I believe if you're doing enough good things and affects people in a positive way that you'll get some positive back at some point. I did not believing there's a a karma spirit out there watching and giving you a score like a tally little bitty and don't mess with that stuff. I i don't either listen. Don't flirt with karma. I'm not flirting with karma. Alma live my life my way but i'm not a believer in that anywhere else shout out to the thirty five doctors jurors that successfully separated these three year old twin girls who were conjoined at the head it was dubbed operation freedom because it was a cooperative effort between between doctors from a couple of different countries and i just thought it was so cold that they did it and the girls are doing great so pretty cool at thirty our procedure. It's still amazing to me. What doctors are capable of doing do does the doctor go and take a nap and come back like i not there was thirty five doctors involved so i think they rotate all all them up saying this dr one who obviously is the best is why put him at first oh wow does. He ended up coming back at the end and if he does he has to go get a little rest. I'm trying to think of what i've seen on grey's anatomy. They do try to be realistic yeah they do. I love that story there you go. That's amy's powell. It's time for the good news in a six year. Old boy wears a special shirt fight bullying. One young kid in georgia is making a fashion statement for the first day of school this year rocking a bright orange t shirt with the text. I will be your friend to battle school. Bullying fling come on awesome nikki. Rajon fayetteville is a mother of four who also runs her own custom clothing business nisa. She asked her six lake. We're kind of short. He wanted to make whatever shirt you want and he's like we sure this will be your friend for all the kids you need a friend to. I know that i'm here for them. In the day sense the moms facebook post which features a very happy blake in neon t shirt with green writing has gone viral with thousands of likes thousands of shares and thousands of comments nicole on it good job kid here's looking at you kid the famous movie quote <hes> from like one of those movies to carry one of those old ones like casablanca casablanca ask people. That's what it's all about thank you that was tell me something good. Hey i'm steph pratt from the hills new beginnings innings and i'm wells adams from like i don't know a bunch of other reality shows and we have a show that is all about everything that's going on with the hills new beginning in here's the thing we filmed eight hours a day every day. The episode is only one hour. I'm going to tell you everything that happened behind the scenes means and every scene that got edited out if you're confused by this show which you probably are all the behind the scenes juicy gossip is right here so if you're a hills fan make sure you download the podcast today at apple podcasts iheart app or wherever you listen to podcasts just your buddy his the bob transmitting america aw thanks for hanging out with us. We appreciate you so much. Let's go over to amy and get the morning cornea <music> morning. Corny amazon finally sent me that book. I ordered about wristwatches yeah. It's about time it's an area. That was a <music> morning gorny amy. How's your yesterday. I mean it was pretty amazing amazing and was actually i really eliya day. I feel like we got a lot done. I felt really accomplish. I felt good going to bed being like you know what killed my list today. Which normally doesn't happen my to do list. It was on the list left while i had a couple of meetings. I had a podcast a record. I had a not so fun meeting then it. It's a long story for a meeting and it was here and it was it was awkward but it wasn't sign sign up here until probably like. I don't know after two o'clock. My husband was up here. <hes> yeah my day nearly it. Is yeah okay yesterday more than okay. The c._m._h._s. ratings came out and it was fantastic. They won that show one which i i was pretty pumped about. <hes> you just want to be the one that ship. They bring me on the first year. Oh yeah and then it's like you know what bob we had. The worst wasn't it was good and not only that the show was blacked out in thirty markets thirty massive markets because the direct t._v. Including here yeah and it's still one so i was pretty happy with that and then yesterday finally got to the american title announcement where i'm officially going back to american idol so yeah. That's kind of a big deal. It is a big deal. It is a huge deal. I didn't till last night because i wasn't on social media and i hadn't talked to you and i hadn't talked to anybody and then i saw it and i was like this is huge takes you back you. You just gave me like the <hes> you know where you can tap. Now you double tab and give a thumbs up. Oh yeah that's okay. I almost thumbs up emoji. Do vaclav cool cool. I was like oh so excited for you. I was like congrats and you're like doubled up. No i've changed my <hes> my feelings on that double tap emoji. That's good yeah. I i used to go. It's pretty passive aggressive. I don't think so anymore what i'm glad you clarified that because the all i had heard you say last that you thought it was passive aggressive on the iphone. If samantha's the months is a message you can double tap it and it gives you an option like five emojis you can hit and it's thumbs up thumbs down exclamation points ha or heart. I rarely hit that hard. If i hit that hard that means a lot of love for whatever you just said like it makes me feel good the thumbs up say hey thanks yeah yeah but yeah so i'm going back to american idol. It will actually be back in the spring of twenty twenty. I start shooting like four weeks. Wow because we go and do the auditions those start in cities which by the way i would encourage you. If you wanna be a famous singer. Go check out the auditions. We're going to be all over all over america so yeah. I do that pretty good pretty good day yesterday. I've known for a couple a few weeks. I think officially while they're bringing me back because we reevaluate. The judges didn't know if there were coming back and then all at once you know i kind of wish selfishly that it helped me off either. Let me go before the judge after the judges. They just kind of went. Here's guesses coming back. Luke bryan katy perry lionel richie and bobby bones so i get left off because i'm not near the famous they are dr. Do it separate so but it's fantastic so it yeah appreciate them <hes>. I'm just curious about this weird meeting you macaire about me. You didn't even mention amy didn't talk for like. We aren't talking about exactly what i did yesterday but i did. I had walker in laney. Hey stu and did a whole podcast at them and we recorded for probably like an hour and a half and i don't want to cut any of it because it was so amazing i mean i'm not going to it's just going to it is what it's going to be. It is what it there's gonna be a long one. We did our movie draft yesterday all quotes we wanna win room. In last place was raymundo. He jumped in to fill in for lunchbox with six percent of votes. It was raymundo hall. That's bad real bad thought very little bit better than that. Sorry everybody cable guy. One man to our <hes> audio guy picked the longest quote ever from wedding crashers. Yeah basically basically the whole script it was. It was such a funny one though <hes> billy madison a random quote stop looking swan and then cable the guy <hes> he did cable guy right l. bill. I don't know he didn't do that raymundo last place all right mark this out in fourth place out of five was producer eddie. Oh yeah really with. I am your father yet that and get busy living at and get busy diane brian and kevin. I thought he was pretty solid to come in place things along this weird in third place and was texting talking garbage garbage. Last night was morgan number two. Oh wow home alabama. Would you wanna marry me anyhow. I don't know if that means anchorman boy ascoli too quickly and the lion king the past can hurt you can run from it. I don't know we're still eighty dollars number two. You didn't win and finished third down you and me it. Is you know that was very close. Allies yeah yeah and with twenty eighty seven percent of the vote. Amy finished second slows. Amy had pretty woman big mistake gone with the wind. Frankly my dear and rocky for or if he dies he dies. I was able to get my first victory. Thank you very much. I appreciate it congrats man. I'm not even claven. Thank you for your support. Everyone right take just to get on the board. Enjoy it minds lot is like a box of chocolate a good one and i'm looking at what and then girls only what skills us from napoleon donyo. Thank you <hes> so i one which makes this. The total number two has three wins eddie one yuan me one so we're all. They're not on the board yet. I did get a text from last night though and said raymond mess. My first pick up had messed up so but that was good. We're gonna do another draft tomorrow. My can you tell us what our draft will be tomorrow. We're doing songs from the nineties. Oh there you go a lot. The song songs from ninety first will be producer eddie tomorrow <hes> nice big wow. This is going to be so hard. It can be any the songs in the nineties. That's just it no rule tomorrow in the nineties. So many great ones netflix has created needed a co watching contract for couples so netflix laid down some rules. If you're a co watch a show like if you agree and we're gonna watch guys can be gosh oh right. Do you have any shows you and your watch together. Well when we're yes. It just depends on what's in season but we've done this before. I mean we're not in one right now. Cause i'm doing big little lies and he wants nothing to do with that and i'm like well if you haven't watched season one though it's kind of hard for me getting a season to catch up the stuff meet us as good deploy employ anymore when he used to go to afghanistan for two months. You'll really hard for me to wait for him on stuff. You know sometimes. I would just watch like white for hero for fighting. I came in our freedom tag but i'm not gonna wait for on big little line now. I'm a horrible life because i would watch it then i would just watch it again and act like the heck what i didn't know what's going to happen. They're five rules in this contract. You'd have gone. What are the number one is. I won't fall asleep. If you're watching it. Together won't fall asleep that means you fall asleep. You miss it and you got to go back and watch it again. Trio number two. I won't get distracted by my phone causing the other person or rewind because because i miss something you guilty that i think he falls asleep. I get on my phone. I won't continue watching a show without the other person present guilty. I won't talk while the show was on guilty yet. Talk in the event that i come across a spoiler. It's i would say you can talk walk but you can't have a conversation like that has nothing to do with the show okay and finally i won't share it with the other person. Oh if i come across the spoiler. I won't share with the person that's what it is okay so this contract was made to be broken. No it's not i mean contracts aren't made to be broken. That's the dumbest rule. Mian and agreements contracts never made to be broken and my wife would never get past any of this is just my point. Agreements are never ever made to be broken. Okay bad agreements are made eddie. The contract is to if you're doing that and then what you do is you read the roles you both decide to sign senate and see if you can uphold it in. There should be penalties if you don't know what i'm saying you should create your own like if i don't fulfill my contract activator. If i you know skirt out and do something i'm not supposed to i. There's a penalty that i have to suffer the consequences so there you go. That's the flex contract. A fake rideshare driver stole more than twenty four thousand dollars cash from people's bank accounts by having them swipe a credit card to pay him and then draining their bank accounts. What's so this dude have been in trouble for a lot of identity theft and credit card scams. He was driving downtown masquerading as a rideshare driver and at least four people when they got a ride he was like hey going swipe it into my machine here. Most most people didn't but all it takes is one or two and you're in yeah. It's like those robo calls. I get if i had as many friends as i get from those calls. I'd be such such a good life. I have four or five calls a day from these people and it's always numbers that kinda resemble mine and yesterday because i've been trying to text my phone number neighbor yeah and what the what that is your number. Is the person's like one from you or one down. I'd text takes the bag said like the last digit. The last number goes up or down one for example my numbers five i've read right and so i got a random message yesterday from a number that had nothing to do with mine and they go. Hey you're my number. Neighbor wasn't the number neighbor oh eight. Oh five number mike we eight oh five hours and i said no. I'm not and they said replied i know they said they said both my neighbor numbers. Were lame and didn't respond so i took someone else's neighbor number now. I don't know if someone's happened to know what's this is my cell phone number. That's weird yeah. I randomly got this hammer. What do you think adam c. Hammer here on on the board with me. I ask him for advice now m._c. hammer or what do you think about this oh. He thinks that i should not have answer because it's probably a listener who got my number. Thank you m._c. Hammer you can see this. If you watch the show live. You'll see the m._c. Hammer on my desk. It does look like his arms are up is looks like he's talking to you like bobby. Does he sound like morgan. Freeman hank hill to get busy then i got a story. I told mike i'm going to talk about today. I can't talk about anymore like the girls situation. Yeah your story this one you kind of jesus about yesterday. I can't now i can't now. Maybe tomorrow fluid what happened. I'm glad you know what happened. What did give him what changed. I asked you what awkward having a meeting yesterday l. I guess now. I won't tell you <hes> <hes> let me go to terry and oklahoma who is sitting. It was called the show. Hey terry what's happening. Thanks for calling the bob. You won't chip. I'm not gonna say you great. I and i got introduced along. What's it and you guys are awesome awesome and amy guys. Oh yeah show the second season. I just got jumped rose. Yeah yeah you're acting makes me laugh and pointing twenty and <hes> i just wanted to this person. I've ever been actually got shot. Nothing like oh my gosh. Thank you very much. Appreciate you all right see you later. Here's a text hey <hes> bobby watched bill and ted's excellent adventure last night with my kids. They're twelve and nine besides a few comets by being old. They loved it most excellent. Thanks for the tip party on louis louis. L. and i'm supposed to watch that kids are like it yeah. It's a history teacher. Yeah okay list it so jeff. Bezos just got his delivery of a four hundred million dollar. Mega yachts amazon guys called the flying fox and so oh. Do you want to hear what's in this thing yeah first of all there's eleven be i._p. Cabins with private sunday a dining room for twenty two. There's a movie theater on the shot. The yacht aut has a swimming pool like those are trained for the olympics to jacuzzis two helicopter pads because one's not enough choppers coming in which makes it possible for him and his guests to fly in and separate helicopter right makes sense it accommodates. The largest helicopters in the market to this has fifty four crew members that need to run the ship. Wow you have to hire people. I don't even know before people in my clothes so we did some math here so jeff bezos makes seventy eight point five billion dollars a year okay <hes> so what i wanted to see how much this would cut his into his yearly early money. Meaning the average american makes fifty six thousand dollars a year the same percentage would be the average american bought a car for eleven thousand dollars. I four hundred million dollars for the shot. It's like someone buying eleven thousand dollar car not emerging right for us. We're like why and he's like. He's like think about a focus deal crazy huh heavily. That's that's that's an amount of money that no one will ever comprehend unless you have it yeah <hes> a woman locked inside the luggage compartment of a bus as it traveled through connecticut happened she she called police because she couldn't get on the phone on her and they pulled the bus over someone inside the bus shot video of the cops and the woman after she was rescued according according to reports. She was locked inside by bus employees. The woman said one of the bus drivers locked her inside while she was trying to receive something in her bag so she goes in to get something to kind crawl back there just like let me get on in here the bus up up up blue right all aboard the everything's checked all right jimmy. You're free to go. Wow and i bet it was hard to describe issues like come on <music>. Oh i mean i guess she knows what direction she was going saying. I'm on the bus. I miss the buzz over that crisscross song <hes> he got the bus that was like you know they had jumped. That's the one we all remember well. The second one was i missed the bus the other side of the tape. Yeah probably probably show love that you guys call the show so much like we wouldn't be able to do this. We also know that you can listen to any show in the world but you here with us. We appreciate that. I want to go over to emily in north north carolina who is sitting there. Emily thank you for calling the show what's happening. I'm just wanting to know <hes> first of all. I really freaking out because i'm talking to bobby emily. How old are you <hes>. I just turned eleven happy birthday. The kid thank yell. What did you want to know wanting to know. What kind of dog do i have. A bulldog english bulldog doc update on the bulldog. He's he's getting bigger. Fifteen and a half pounds one of my friends came over and he was like holy cow has grown so much awesome last puppies. Do they grow. He is chewing still but not as much. It's probably about sixty percent shoe out of one hundred. Even you came the house. I did not not as much as when you first got him in trying to shake that chewing up sending him off for a week coming up in a few weeks 'cause i'm leaving town. He's going to go and hopefully he's. We're gonna come back trained like for the money paying to train that he's gonna do dishes. Gimme massages want to wake up in the morning <hes> <hes> he does these about them in the house only once when he was sick <hes> doing we're finally started to hang out and have human dog moments. Instead of just just talk will not really that. I had to talk about the the dogs played with on the air <hes> i. I said that kind of annoyed them yeah. He's he's. He's puffy. Dominant one is a thick dog anyway they just yeah he's big shoulders a thick and he just jumps on dogs even dogs bigger than him and they're like. I'm over this so but yeah it's going. It's going all right. People people like you should get pet insurance. I don't have health insurance. I don't. I'm not going to get insurance. Oh bet even 'cause you've heard bulldogs. Go to a lot get sick. I was looking at insurance and there are a lot of weird. Clauses and insurance will cover except if this happens and it's like you know what i'll just i'll pay for it. I'll just go. I have my vet. I don't want there to be well. We can't do it right now because the pet insurance get clearance from the trying to deal with that so any questions about the dog. I feel like it's all on instagram people all. I wanted to get him his own instagram account. I'm like well because then i wouldn't get the locks that was away from your great content yeah. I don't want to sell up so skuas him a dog. Come on over to mr bobby say yeah. I think emily any questions about the dog <hes> what's his name. His name is stanley hanley. That's a good question his name stanley and i watch t._v. Show called the office and he kind of looked like stanley from the office and so named the net. That's funny. Do you ever watch the office. No see one show. There's one show in another movie that i really like the movie. Is it the newest one you watch your eleven. I don't even watch it emily. I'm scared. I'll have nightmares. One reason why yeah i watch those two shows which is the other one is stranger. Things is also because it's been wolford and oh the kid celebrity crush celebrity and it's been fired so it's interesting okay. That's fair around the room. Who would be your celebrity crush. She brings up a good point. You gotta pick one right now or when we know now and again. We've got some mary people you can say whatever you want. I'm not worried about that. Do you have yours ready. Editors editors is enough paltrow. Okay morgan number two. Who is your celebrity. Crush probably ryan reynolds amy. Who is your celebrity crush. Patrick dempsey mc dreamy yeah good. Does it make your make steamy. They both sound like sandwiches mcdonald's in good morning to make dreams yeah. I don't know it's a tough question because i mean we were going actors right eight. Not like you can be anything you want. Oh george strait sure but celebrity crushes on like if it presented an you're single and they were smooch. You're still staying with george strait. Whatever never do like silvester salone. No need to deflect and put it onto her. Just answer dominant like the same age. Yes yeah man joe have used. George looks good for his age. Have you seen it. It just looks like a good like an older guy. He's an sixties though yeah. He is. Just try to try to move on without doing now. We we know kate back short. I don't think so anymore. No not moved on six so i don't think i don't really have like one that i go. This is it but if i had to pick someone that i'm like this could honestly have a chance. Let me well eddie calmed down but i mean it could be. Someone that's married to law would have picked someone who's married. I don't think i have no idea of georgia's very i've known to have patrick victim. Seasoning is he. Maybe like lauren daigle. Oh wow yeah she's cute. She's seems nice. I approve. You went straight like that could really happen. Maybe yeah. I don't know if that could happen or not. We went like mc dreamy lauren dago yeah yup. She's very very pretty eighty. I don't think i don't like sliding in like that. No i d i s bobby. Is that who you went to french with. Excuse me you went to brunswick the weird way. You said excuse me. I didn't know what he said. Waving craton the vice did no. It wasn't wasn't let me see if you have follows me on instagram because i don't know yes she does. That's cool so but i don't ever like i. I don't really don't respond to stories. I don't wanna be that guy. I did respond to alabama hannah's story the other day though and i don't even think she didn't respond back but i they do respond. What do you say like that's funny. What do you do well. It's not that funny okay she. She did a post about seven triumph for five minutes bumpy. Don't be car rides. She was trying to take a picture and it was roughly to watch. Get carsick even watching that if someone's dumping around and i said rough to watch oh what's what's not flirting. I'm about to finish my florida flirt all right we'll. I'm being vulnerable here. I'm not doing it so that's <hes> you know mommy. This is safe. Just i apologize. No you said is a matter then what you're hot. Let let this be a lesson. I'll show you got an eleven year olds tons of doing a horse yeah. Okay listen emily inmates. Thank you for listening to the show. Thank you for calling hauling and hope you got what you were looking for. Emily l. usually emily. You should ask bobby one more question. You're yeah yeah okay. Ask him finish that the hannah text the d._m. From hannah no i texted her. Whatever all time favorite movie what would it be go and i'll end on this question all time favorite movie. I love favorite movie. You think <hes> era like turtle base on the moon. Oh man in an on the mood jim carey about andy kaufman professor movie all right emily thank you bye-bye would have answer to name yet. She asked me that hi. I'm daniel. Shetler join me on my new travel podcast cold everywhere. I've spent the majority of my life. Circling the globe. I have fifth straight dunks in cairo for a day been tattooed in the back of a jewelry store istanbul and joined the chef to seek out new sources of protein in the amazon song so i wanna tell you how i travel and how you could come with me and i'll show you everywhere every week over two seasons i will take you to different places across the globe chance a magical experiences and stories and included interviews from travel connoisseurs like the c._e._o. Of starbucks kevin johnson design a kelly whistler and the director of the smithsonian american art museum plus soon to be revealed. I haunt media stars listening subscribe to everywhere and apple podcasts the iheartradio app a wherever you get your podcasts. It's time for the good news all right. Let's boxes out sick. So eddie will be given us the good news eddie. What's up about a a man from oregon accidentally tossed his life savings into a recycling bin now he realized he made the mistake after the recycling bin had been emptied into a truck heading to the sorting facility the g._m. Says most the recyclables from the truck had already been sorted by the time the man contacted them but workers were asked to be on the lookout got for a shoebox containing twenty three thousand dollars cash. That's his life savings. Yeah cash on traceable can cash thankfully the cash managed inch to stay inside the box during its two hundred mile journey to the facility two hundred miles so they found the money all of it except for three hundred and twenty bucks folks but he gets it back in that crazy though that's crazy like what's the three hundred twenty bucks interest. I don't know if it's interests like i wonder wonder where that three hundred twenty one. Somebody knew what the money was and was like. Why did you take a little get noticed. Ask the whole gig. That'd take a little piece of it. Don't get a knife and cut it perfectly and no one took a bite yeah good. He got all his money back. That's the good stuff. That's what it's all about thank you. It was telling me something good. Crisscross talking about earlier never heard this. I don't think so morgan crisscross lesson here tonight. She's only twenty five here here. We go to <hes> kid rappers and remember you jump mac data make you john daddy mac and make you jump. Crisscross will make you john that yeah. I know that's all two friends kid. Rappers was there seconds on their clothes backwards. Yeah crisscross backward not just close overalls yeah but whatever criminal i don't know what to do they did one of them died chris kelly he died a drug overdose in the ninety s man no he was from the ninety s. He died of drug overdose in like two thousand fourteen. Ooh yeah thirties. Did you ever miss the bus what eating my number at the bus stop waiting. What what what do oh. I do every day there early. If that was always i mean when you were a kid. You could have missed the bus. I mean i miss the bus all the time and my mom would get so mad. One adults grow from discipline lynch children. My bus driver would wait for me and honk the horn alad go out my hotel and be like hold up five more minutes and cutaway mine would leave oh yeah and my mom would slam the dishwasher and yell at me like i have a very vivid memory of one time missing the bus. Sometimes i just would walk to school or ride the bike <hes> <hes> can do that. If you missed the bus period i was like i'm just gonna ride my bike to school today so <hes> okay. Let's cross border number to consider yourself less end up today. Thank you from oldies. Crazy oldies oldies well. You were you born ninety three so that's about that time when they were big ninety two ninety three ninety four so that would be like someone coming to me and going all right. I'm gonna teach about r._e._o. Speedwagon but that's old little okay about that. Ah crazy new survey came out about who people trust meaning what types of people and i'll give you some of the people on the list and you tell me most trustworthy to least trustworthy twelve people feel okay. Now your own personal judgment. Will you think american thinks just before them. Rank them elected officials the news media scientists and religious leaders okay. Who do you think's i so the survey finds public confidence okay who is the most trusted of again. You can pick number. One here is that the news media religious leaders elected officials are scientists. Who is the most trusted go ahead. Religious religious leaders incorrect. Okay go again. Scientists correct eighty six percent of people scientists. That's number one number. Two a number two religious leaders correct fifty. Seven percent of people trust religious leaders now. We're down to the bottom. I know this is going to get tricky. The news media or elected officials which one comes in third and fourth you can do both who i think in third is elected officials and in fourth. This is news media incorrect. Oh man i just yeah newsmedia third elected officials fourth. Don't trust like officials. Hey everybody don't trust him. Yeah don't trust them generally. Don't trust them. Scientist religious leaders news media elected officials boycotted this low thirty five percent. The people trust elected officials. I don't trust them any of them. They're just trying to get reelected. They'll say whatever it takes to get reelected. My husband and i were just having this conversation though because the news is so hard to watch too because it's like just one sided it's entertainment that is targeted at their specific perfect viewing <hes> like i agree with you. I like certain people and i like certain news shows. It has nothing to do with the people but it's like somehow it's being presented delivered like i don't know because i can literally watch one channel and go to the next and i feel like i'm getting totally different stories depending on what i watched that day what information on my being fed so as long as we know that then you all right but it's frustrating i'd rather just turn on the news and it'd be like legit fair and balanced not thing i know fair balanced toward the people that are watching that they want to seem like it's fair and therefore they trust them. <hes> sarah balances them right. Yeah there are two networks. I just can't watch it all yeah and there's one that i watch one eye open. I'm like <hes> you just have to know and it's people you fall on social media. You're basically an echo chamber. You're only seeing things you want to see anyway like on twitter following people that had basically the same opinions. You don't follow people that are different than you really yeah so there's that i want to go over to morgan number two. She's twenty five years old and sometimes she brings his segment she goes. This is what twenty five year olds care about over now here. We go five scare. There's a new virtual dating service called vida select and they're basically going to floor and find matches for you and then all you have to do go on the date. Oh wait. Is it like a computer dating like her or alexa so it's some consultants a stylist a photographer and they basically create create the best version of you and then you have a ghost rider who goes through all the matches and rights for you and does it with the algorithm so you get all the matches this and then they send you all their ghosts riding when the date set up so you can memorize your messages and go on the date you cram on yourself. Wow you cram. I'm on what's my personality and my communicating with someone. Else's go is my ghostwriter and someone else's ghost rider right there on the app yes and how do you you get on this app. I'm just for a friend who's asking well. There's like different packages all ranging from like seven hundred dollars to three hundred hundred dollars yeah thirteen hundred dollars save. Basically we create this whole version of you as they say the breast version of yourself. Pull it out and set it up for you. This is not for me because a lot of this if i do write my own. Maybe maybe i shouldn't write my own <hes>. Maybe you should read us. The rest of that banana hannah message message banana hannah now never mind alabama hannah. I wanna take a call from crystal restored in san antonio crystal. Thank you for calling the bobby bones. Show what's happening. I would say that i only listened to the radio in the morning so listen to yaw how's my driving time is quality quiet times and at my son jackson asked for lunch box all the time and although sometimes i don't agree with doc staff to support him because he's enjoying them well we will tell him he's sick today but we will tell them tomorrow and amy. I always back you up. Argue argued for you know the guys can't hear oh thank you appreciate import. I guess i'm just chopped liver one for me. I i liked you to i do all your i have actually eight two kids. I use yes so i use your advice in many different ways by different different things that you've gone through and stuff like that. In four of my kids are adopted and i adopted him about fourteen years ago and i always tell us my it's it's all what you make out of everything i share different stories and i will be a downloading songs from crisscross. I missed the bus because i i have one son. That always misses. I think i was just giving you a hard time but i appreciate you calling <music> all right. Thank you c. Crystal in san antonio which by the way if you're in san antonio eddie and that'll be friday night yeah we are doing our music and comedy show the raging idiots <hes>. If you wanna come raging idiots dot com <hes> turn that up feeling that tom baio checks just wanted to say and sin some love to you guys. It's tuesday h._o._a. Tuesday house going booze day yesterday on the post. Show a pre show i. I brought an old song that we'd written years ago about tuesday. I never really thought much about it so you can hear us kind of perform ish but it's a song called tuesday because it's the the day of the week doesn't get any respect and so the whole thing goes. It's tuesday h._o._a. Doomsday housewives going boobs day. Eat some cashews day. I'm just talking about ooh. That's wholesome you get here on the pre show. If morgan number tony bobby get on the they will be matches morgan number two your thoughts and there's here's another one you say don't trust elected officials. You're wanting to run for public office statement haunt you know it. I don't think you should trust me until i proved myself itself. I think he's trust anybody until you prove. I don't trust anybody until they prove to me. They can be trusted and so. I put myself in the same boat for any reason whatsoever. Don't trust me until i can prove that you can trust me there you go. There's a lot a lot of people commenting about your son and now if you hire someone to be alexa alexa that just not good for his overall growth as a kid okay. Let's just advising me so people don't ever have fictional characters characters come to their kid's birthday. Spiderman came to a birthday party but i don't think people really think that spiderman do they. Two kids died nine year. Olds still think that's it's a. I don't think so okay again y'all. He didn't get this kind of childhood when he was younger so he's not really nine. This is fun for him. You know maybe maybe amy should hire a white male alexa and use this as an opportunity thirty. Teach about fishing would screen over people. I got a little catty with somebody but simple. There's reply doesn't mean message for no reason to get it and i'll reply okay well. A lot of people let me do one more. Hey bobby and amy amy tell your son that alexis a computer. Amy keep your daughter and dance. That's pretty much it okay there. You go done all right. What if we lived our life by text advice. You don't take take the screen home with me and just look at it all. I'm like all right jimmy in sacramento. Thanks i should should eat more broccoli so <hes> all right. We're done with the segment you can call us. If you want eight seven seven seventy seven bobby eight seven seven seven seventy seven bobby would love to hear from you guys <hes> one other bobby. Don't listen to the guys. Make sure you get alexa for the birthday party. It's not any different than princess. This is their superheroes and like you said he's younger than other ages. I think toward you can but <hes> amy's should be encouraging behavior at the correct developmental age which he might have a developmental level of four so see all you did ask. I thought it was fine for it to happen. Yeah looking to pay somebody one. One hundred bucks to come n._b._a. Lifezette or sounds party on yeah and can have cake and stuff to throw that in my day friday or saturday forty friday saturday. We're yes casinos birthday saturday's birthdays he. He just knows his mini tells. Anybody and everybody like someone church on sunday. It was like how you doing he's like it's my birthday suit like he just knows that it's coming. I think he knows on saturday. I mean we'll celebrated both friends and family on friday night saturday morning. Wake up and be like woo. Oh maybe pancakes or something at your real birthday but then we had to do the party friday night because reading idiots are saturday priorities in austin is stanley going to san antonio show. That's my dog. No my dog is not traveling with me this weekend because i'm leaving a day early four days and i can't watch them the whole time so we'll have the dog this weekend. He's going to stay home all right. Thank you all <hes> <hes> jump on on the show. If you want eight seven seven seventy seven bobby wow i just checked my email because real curious about alexa emails and i have tons coming in people wanting to one hundred bucks likes to be alexa yeah. They're even attaching photos of themselves. They just want to go to the party right. Close to amy bobby bones show. It's getting teary was supposed to go to the hospital and get a bladder procedure. They call it bladder botox so he checks in all right. They're going to send it back and turns out. They circumcised them by mistake. Now that is not bladder bo talks. That is a whole 'nother thing. He's now been awarded over twenty four thousand dollars a compensation shen. You gotta pay more. He said i wanted the surgery botox and they circumcise me. They didn't know what to say when they found that they had done it they. They said they can't send me back to the ward and they need to talk to me. He described as a real surprise. So did the person that was supposed to get circumcision bladder botox or did they just completely. It just screwed it up. I mean he went to the hospital for a system. <hes> some kind of procedure involves looking inside the bladder using within camera before botox injected into the bladder wall. He told the story was so distracted chatting to nurses that he didn't realize who's gonna different procedure until it's too late. We'll tell you wanna grab my bladder well. Maybe they whisked through. I don't know why they were accessing seeing the bladder. Oh that's true they do your wreath rotary threat not to that's a different once you get on ways find a different way way to get there can't reach it going through my throat belly button right highway right there but <hes> we remain deeply deeply and genuinely sorry for this mistake. I would like to apologize to mr brazier non there because isn't it extremely painful to get circumcised. Yeah yeah especially as an adult or anything. I don't know maybe we don't know we never had it done. No adult mardi seconds. Oh me too yeah. This is a real thing in our household so i need to know. Has anybody had it done as an adult for your son interesting. They don't doesn't eighty uh-huh and i mean i'm not saying that that's what we're gonna do but i mean the conversation what what if you got charge more than a hundred bucks though he got a note from someone whose real name is alexa who will come to her son's birthday party it. She's like amazon. Screw me over for years to make money off of it right basically. Are you gonna apply to those emails. I mean there's so many yeah i will eventually. I appreciate the people that are also attaching a picture fill like they're committed. They're serious. They mean business trying to show that brown skin so areas looking for someone to come and act like alexa at our son's birthday. He's turning nine. He loves alexis like his best friend is so she wants someone the shift voice for everybody i mean it's like entertainment like we'll be like hey alexa and we'll ask questions and then i don't care gets down you hear and it was the door it siri all of a sudden. All the everything starts showing is yeah. I don't know could be fun. I'm i'm into it and i am getting some hate some people. I'm like anything you could say. You know what donate one hundred bucks today to animal shelter. I cannot believe you didn't put that money for kids. It doesn't right now. It does not matter what you do. Some people one person said bobby. Oh i mean they email me but then i guess they thought they're communicating with you too and they said bobby. I hope i hope you're not okay with this. Amy lying to her child unlike what they did get a hold of you. Just made sure it happens. The fast track is an all new podcast cast highlights the past present and future of racing including the machines and the racers themselves with a focus on what makes us go fast boat makes us want to go fast passed in the machines and the people that make it a reality. It's also about the technology of cutting edge engines and engineering us both on the track and off each week. We'll take a closer look at everything from go kart racing formula one nascar indycar and everything in between and if you have an interest in unbeatable street machines and we've got you covered there to the fast-track podcast is an exploration of what makes beat exciting why we're addicted to it and why we're always trying to go faster whether you're a new driver a weekend warrior or even an authority of race tracks around the world. The fast track is the show for you. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts so we're on the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts story about the t._s._a. Gsa here they stopped a traveler with flowers and there were like those flowers there was a knife and the flowers what yeah that was their disguise. A passenger flying through seattle tacoma was stopped when knife was found hiding in the flower stems. They were trying to bring it on the carry on the traveler was stopped during a routine screening of carry on luggage. The pastor will face a civil penalty for having a concealed weapon. It's like a real real knife to it's not accidental but what was their plan and according to the t._s._a. Website knives are allowed on flights and check bags plastic and butter knives. The only kinds allowed on carry on luggage young. Look at i mean it's a real nice legit knife. We're trying to disguise in their. What's a civil penalty. Civil is like not criminal. You just pay money. Basically you don't go to jail but you can. You have have to pay money okay. Let's different like o._j. Lost his criminal excuse me was was found not guilty in his criminal mcgee lost his civil and he had supposedly gonna pay millions of dollars think he has just follow him on twitter i don't we do. I tell people retweeted idiot. He tweets from jail. He's not in jail. He just started a twitter page a couple of months following me. I'm gonna give you the real scoop gotta sociopaths. Does your path tomorrow morning fresh off my victory of the draft today. We'll be doing that song from the nineties at nine eight central shaw that'll be our draft tomorrow best songs from the nineties me so hard yes going to be tough. <hes> children born to older parents are better behaved. I'm a perfect well behaved. Kids god well. I mean the mom has to be older too. The only thing that yeah yeah yeah so. I was wondering what you say what are they. How old are you. I mean either either. I don't know <hes> you're cut off. Is what twenty five for younger okay saying yeah yeah. That's a cutoff an older. It's like seventy two. She's basically saying the kids going to be likes. Dad sold the mom older than me exactly the reason. Why would you think it may or may not have. I was just saying that what happened down a trail quite fair. Old was the last person when you went on a date with my question. The last person wanted to with thirty two time for that revenue kingston. I'm thinking music time before that. There are some big amazingly as amy's. Thank you very much amy that someone's what how old how young a young if you're gonna put out frustrate just say fresher not it's not front street. I think that's how old they are. Oh okay. I'll just put it on the deadline for the cutoff twenty five twenty four. Oh not really well. That's good always look young people that look younger. That's good because when they get older they look younger secondly. You said about the wedding anyone. How does that one. Oh yeah oh say that that's untrue not true. How didn't she fought. She was twenty three hundred eighty. That's not fair to did you ever watch the first season of the show a yes. Did you watch the second now. Okay well. Don't just cancelled it so apparently can. I didn't watch the second they love the first but the second season leaves a lot of questions but they're never doing the third they said we're incredibly proud of the sixteen mesmerizing chapters of the oh a go on invest in it anymore a watch the sort of the boys on amazon prime mighty watch anymore more that show or no. I'm like five in yeah good although good it's like it's a superhero issue. It's not about superhero saving lives but it's about if they really existed they're real life struggles struggles. So what would you shows about. I mean it's like the dark side of super heroes and it's crazy. It's a real life superhero. That's true but it's called. The boys and i mean such generic name too right. Yeah i had no idea what was about grow superheroes boylans against girls too so i don't know what the boys means even. Now you know okay <hes> listen. We are very happy that you were with us today. You could have been anywhere in the world but you're with us and we appreciate that that being said we must go later this afternoon. Janet kramer's coming into the house and doing a bobby cast always go talk to her. She was up here yesterday she she goes. Who's driving that white truck in your spot. She hit me. She was like someone's in your in. Your parking. Spot is white s._u._v. interesting kind of she told me was like that's amy yeah. Okay okay read their right. If i drive up on your on my spot ah i knew you were coming up. I mean i thought you said if you're not here. I can park. I'm out of town really has to be out of town and you can have it as long as i'm not sure so now start checking i'll be like are you returning to your parking spot today. I'm gonna box today too so my friend and trainer jared title and it gets them lifting and some boxing in and i had a good bike workout yesterday the two who take it a shout out. Don't happen again for us it done <hes> w me amy well. I got to get my kids ready. They start tomorrow. Is that right yeah back school. People anyway your start school next week and that's what we're doing today to. We're doing less shop in trying to get the those close together supplies. Here's the predicament with stevenson. I don't know if you deal with this but you can't find him pants that fit ah body i don't understand what's happening. He's so tiny but then i guess his legs grown. Everything's high waters everything my eleven year old came out of the damn like okay that's that's more than skinny pants dude like skinny skinny and their high up just like you can and then he likes a belt he likes to tuck it in like urkel and i'm like what i mean i don't want to i want him to have his own style not working so we have got to figure that out before school fast man. School's back can't wait to one day have that problem. It's not a problem. It's actually a good thing for us. Are we gonna go. Thank you see you on wednesday lunchbox. She'll be back tomorrow. It's been sick the last couple of days all right so you got thanks. I would much rather story that you tell off. My daughter was beaten there. I'm katherine townsend host of the true crime podcast helen gone. I'm heading back to arkansas on a new case to find out what happened to janey war award on september ninth nineteen eighty-nine. There's no justice done it hurts. A lot of people listened to hell and gone. That's h. E. l. l. and gone on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Hour 2: Bobby Jones Jr.

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Hour 2: Bobby Jones Jr.

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Twenty third through the twenty fifth when asked if the buccaneers were interested in signing Antonio Brown head. Coach Bruce Arians said quote yet. It's not going to happen. There's no room and probably not enough money but it's not going to happen. It's not a fit here. Okay at finally. Atv News reporter filming a segment at Yellowstone National Park. Shed video of the moment. He decided to flee an oncoming heard. Vice it dion. Braxton was preparing to record a segment of the Parks Kovic nineteen shutdown Wednesday for NBC Montana when he spotted some bison headed into his direction. Braxton camera was rolling when the reporters spot of the Bison decided to smartly leave the area. He posted the now viral video an herb responses from multiple celebrities including Dion Sanders Cope. I don't blame you namesake. Somebody has to tell the story. Sanders tweeted funny for all the latest headlines Formation during the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the debt. So hasn't suggested that we talked to Bobby Jones. Junior you could follow him on. He's got his own YouTube channel. It's well produced. You can follow him on twitter instagram. Bobby's world eighty four. He has been playing Italy for a while. You may be remembered played for a handful of NBA teams and and then he went over and his played in Italy. And Right now he is in quarantine and his daughter is in the United States. I don't think they have any interaction other than facetime. So Bobby Jones. Junior joins us now from from Italy. What is the city? You're joining us from Bobby. I can't hear him. Can you guys hear him. We will try and get him back up a second and figure out what it is. That is happening there. Because he's joining us from Italy and I did want to talk to somebody who's in in the middle of being stock but since we have not been able to refined him. Let's talk about Tiger King instead. Because I know that billy and Chris had finished to God's I'm assuming you have finished it as well we will try to get Bobby Jones junior here in a moment. Mike Ryan just got done here. Talking to David Samson for about forty five minutes for a local hour broadcast just sort of reviewing the tiger king. So let's let's start billy now that it's finished now that it's over. What is your final. What is your final analysis of the thing that captured America during a very specific time in American history was probably two episodes too long. I think I feel like glass. Episode of particular was a little too long. I felt bad for job. Exotic feel like everybody turned on him when he gave him chances when they were down in life and then they all betrayed him and he was the fall guy and he was set up. I felt bad for Joe Exotic. Am I the only one? That's so bad for a long time in jail when no one else suffers consequences. I don't think that you would be the only one who would feel some of that. I think one of the things that we have not talked nearly enough about is the sheer comedy in the show that it's not. It is not billed as a comedy but the idea I will. It will stay with me the fat informant on a jet Ski. I don't have any idea why he was on a jet Ski. I don't know why he was going in slow motion. I don't know why he was wearing sunglasses. But there are moments like that sprinkled throughout we will get back to our review of the tiger king in second. Bobby are you there are you. Are you joining us now? From Italy bobby here. Can you hear me yes we can hear you? Thank you for joining us. What can you tell us about The situation that you find yourself in Well first thanks for having me on the show. Been a huge fan. Do for years and see Morona Italy located north Italy if the home of if you're familiar William Shakespeare home of art. Hold on a second bobby. We're GONNA get this figured out here. We will figure this out and bring you back at at eleven fifteen or so but now we could just go right back seamlessly into what it is that we're talking about a pandemic and quarantine in Italy to our shows reviews of Tiger King. Stu Gods what is your final appraisal. I am with billy where it was at least one episode too long. That final episode really dragged with probably unnecessary. The final episode could've been you know the second to last episode so it was at least one episode too long perhaps to episodes too long. I've thought the first four or five episodes with some of the best television I've ever seen but I the same reaction is. Billy did where I actually started. Feel bad for a guy that no one should feel badly for but he did give a ton of people who were down on their luck by the way a ton of opportunity gave them employment paid them money. I think and I actually felt badly at the end that everyone kind of bailed on Joe's audits great you would have no compassion for John Bone but yes for Joe exotic killer an actual killer as opposed to one in Octagon Chris your thoughts on what billions are saying. I don't think it was too long. I enjoyed most of it. It got a little obviously got darker towards the end. I thought the first three or four episodes comedy and then the last three were just kind of odd. But I felt bad for Carol's husband this poor guy because like we all know what he did to the first. We know it's been alleged that the documentary makes it appear like there are some very serious questions about whether husband disappeared because of her yesterday. Got I mean listen? Every character got crazier like each person. They introduced into this show. Got crazier and crazier Ed. So it was weird. I guess ended the end. What I'm trying to say with JOE EXOTIC IS IT. Seemed like he was the least crazy of all these crazy people and I feel like he wasn't given enough support and enough dedication towards the end of the again for Joe Exotic sympathy for Joe Exotic but nobody else you're you're strangely inconsistent on where it is you're willing to play some of your compassion and given what. I know about your hiring practices when he first started our original radio station. Seven nine hundred. Of course you don't see anything wrong with the type of ways. The hiring practices of Joe Exotic. Yeah you're trying to help people out of prison and feeding them rotten meat and you're you're like and Oh and met so he can have sex with them even when they weren't gay. Let me have compassion for this person. Who is controlling is environment so much and so interested in fame and narcissism and having. His voice heard that he runs for president that he runs for governor that he kills tigers and he gets polluted by all manner of what little fame is an intoxicant in his life. I mean finish third and that In that governor's race so I am not defending him when it comes to you know his husbands and how he went about getting them with the method. I'm just saying the leads accused of worries that he gave some people. Yes one hundred dollars a week and expired me totally. You're absolutely right. And one of them lost her arm his arm. Excuse me because when I was watching it it was her. I learned in subsequent hoarding. That that is a he. So that is and I've said before the the people that you should extend some in this docu series some level of. Oh they're not totally full. They're not totally. Evil is somebody who lost his arm to a tiger and somebody who lost both legs to a zip line accident that seems like it was pretty damn horrific lost both legs. Those were the two people in this very strange slice of Americana. These were the two people that were in any way redeeming in the entire thing in today's local hour with David Samson David. I have an extended part where we talk about. Carol's new husband and just his wardrobe is puzzling. Because if you're in the big cat rescue game. It is a bold move to go denim buttoned-down with Khaki pants usually that works the other way. Around when you're in any sort of wildlife advance auto parts people. We will trying to relocate Bobby Jones Junior in Italy in a second but tell the people if they are. Do It yourself mechanic or if they need to get some expertise from somebody at any of our interviews. Check him out on demand and they. Dan Lebatardshow podcast. It's brought to you by the capital one. Quicksilver card earning unlimited. One point five percent cashback on every purchase everywhere capital one. What's in your Wallet Dan? It's time for straight talk. 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