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1547 Dr. Thomas Nabors on the Oral-Systemic Link & Salivary Diagnostics : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

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1547 Dr. Thomas Nabors on the Oral-Systemic Link & Salivary Diagnostics : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Thousands of texas and schick owners have added a jazz sensor to their practice using our unique subscription option preserve your capital while never having to worry about warranty and support again visit jazz. Imaging dot com. That's jazz imaging dot com. It's just a huge honor for me today to be podcast. Dr thomas right neighbors. The third diaz aa cd fhd has been creating some of the most beautiful smiles in nashville tennessee. For over twenty years he is worn of less than four hundred twenty accredited cosmetic dentist in the world. He's been a teacher and lecturer for cosmetic total health dentistry. All over the united states and was a co founder of the first laboratory in the us dedicated to salivary diagnostics. Oral dna labs. He's a leader. Emerging fill to tell a dentistry creating a simplified approach to getting low dress commonsense. Dental health care advice. Virtually and before i start talking i whenever i see. You're the third. And i'm sad. Because i i'm the second i could've been the third but my grandfather was howard taft for ran and he by the time he named my dad. He changed his view. He didn't like that president anymore so he changed. My dad's name to howard. Eugene fran so. I'm howard eugene for the second and it was so confusing that my dad's start going by short middle name. He started going but everyone start calling him gene and they just called me a mistake. So that's how that worked. But hey my first question or you how you doing and asheville man. I'm so sorry to hear you guys had a We're doing good you know. I think that was very unusual way to spend christmas morning. You know it was interesting because you know you start your day pretty normally and a little bit adami quiet you know with sort of the way. We're celebrating things right now and so. It took a little bit longer for the news. What happened to actually get out because so many of us just kind of at home and leisurely join the morning but my office is actually two blocks from the blast site and two blocks up hill and my building loss. A couple of windows and waterline. And so i think the size of that explosion was a lot beer are that the people might realize just a seeing it on tv but yeah man. It's a weird world but your dental office was affected by that explosion. Yeah don't. I'm sorry i'm going to give away my alcoholism but ashville. I know second avenue. That's where all the bars are. And you can see titan stadium at the end. It was it on that street street. The street that parallels the river which parallels the tight stadium so it was right in the middle of our entertainment district. You know so. It's such an unusual place in the way it happened. So unusual with the timing of it so no one would be around and the fact that no one was was killed. There was was quite something then. It was just ten years ago. You had the crazy flood. Yeah yeah area about rebuilding your dental office in an article on the ninth floor of a high-rise so i feel pretty secure a high but you it's hard to explain. I mean everybody says long. Twenty twenty and it's it's definitely been course right before covid hit in march. We had a pretty big tornado. Hit our town also like every town around. We've all been affected. Certain ways whether it spent more extreme lot bounds or whether tornadoes hurricanes flooding bombs again like everybody else that i'm ready for twenty twenty one and and hopefully will have a better year than me yet. So i i gotta hand it to nashville though. Co couple things nashville. I sent my mom and her friends. london peres rome jerusalem. All these things you know the only place that she's asked to go back and it's been like three or four times upper land. Usa help she loves that in your aquarium bras and i gotta tell you something else about a national united states only has really three or four musical cities you know about It's my gosh. It's bourbon street. It's Bill street in memphis for jazz yen as second app is the second avenue secretary second nashville and by the way a lot of talk. I can't tell you over the last thirty years time has lecturing. there are some brands. Like no. i'm not really into country music. I said dude. When you're on second avenue everyone's in kendra and you go down there. And i can't tell you how many people that don't like country music said that the fell in love with it. I mean it's just different when you're bill street second avenue or that guy downtown nashville for about twenty three years now are so and it is amazing out. Our town has grown. And you know it's kinda gone from country to more of an entertainment town and so while the country's popular there's there's only so many different Quite a little bit more. Like austin texas may be where there's a lot variety of music and entertainment than there was even ten years ago. So kinda right in the middle of your and so we kinda miss it right now. It's really quiet for the most part. My first question for you is got to be to all the hygienists who who are watching this. Show white no more hygiene liz. This idiot i'm gonna. I'm gonna choke them. So what do you say to. The hygienists are seeing this podcast. No more hygiene her desire. They've been fired and they no longer job. We'll have to. Thanks steve anderson that maybe. That's an attention getter as he came. It was the name. But i the principle is that we're in the middle of a Revolution in terms of maxine about where we ought to be an advocate. We learned a lot this year. About the cdc a lot about testing and kobe testing relearning by being a pcr testing for coda testing. And what you're finding is that fair. Donald disease is a is a disease. It's an infection anna disease so it has kind of a a a double name. But the cdc will tell you that fifty percent of the american population over age thirty already has appeared on seats. And that's not jim divided. What percent fifty fifty guy so all of patients over thirty in its half of them have some sort of disease for us to continue to be coating on a regular basis for healthy properties predominantly. If you're not coating for some type of prayer donald service about half the time The in you're basically missing a lot of disease is going through your practice and everybody wants to say well. It's not my practice. I'm in an a fluent area and a dozen affect us said parasols as an equal opportunity in sector and so in our position is that we need a new izing into therapy. And i think that fits in my opinion is much more appropriate than cleaning in terms of you know my view on cut. How this works is seen what nurse practitioners done in medicine and really feel like the hygiene role as a huge opportunity and in our practices to become a lot more important and maybe transition more into a therapist or practitioner role found medicine. And so anyway the value placed on our hygiene team is significant. And it's amazing how it's amazing how it's shocking news to people that may be the mouth and the rest of the body or connected. I mean a-. I mean i remember one time. I was flying on eastern airlines. They had a medical emergency. And the you know. When i started lecturing any seven airplanes were all empty and that was flights. Were a thousand dollars to go anywhere on the plane. And i went up there and they go. Are you doctorate. Oh yeah madison phoenix. Here i'm sorry we need a doctor and and then and then the person that ended up the was okay was the registered nurse. The nurse and i'm like okay. I'm not a doctor. I guess the mouth is not connected to the rest of human body. But you know a lot of these people are saying. Okay well do. I cause the sun to come up because every morning i wake up i drink. Coffee in the sun comes up. Is it a correlation or cause effect on the oral health. This is stomach link. There's still a lot of naysayers. Say i think it's a correlation knock cause-effect what do you say to. Those guys will scientifically. I mean you have to look at research in data and if you just took micro organism. Let's say light for from under alice and really analyze what that is a microbe and you realize that might grow and invade tissue eh. can invade white blood cells can cross the blood brain barrier and so it can do a lot of things if took it out of context for donald disease. And just equated it what it is. It's a micro into significant passage. And so of that if they're about now. What's the relationship between alzheimer's disease impaired odyssey's is at clocking calculus. Or is it for ramona's droughts and when you start looking at the disease causal agents then you'll start to understand the scientific research that says okay. Well we know that having per donald stays if has got overpromised facilit- for cynthia Guy the you know. The red conflicts aren't complex than we know. Those microbes are going to be connected to other forms of systemic disease and so our job is in the dental profession would be to alleviate the risk by at least alleviating the source and so to me. I would say yeah. There is a correlation. But there's also cause allergies and there's plenty of data that would back that up. Do you think it's gaining momentum or do you think it's Flattening out or did the pandemic change the course of a total wellness. Dental practice is gonda more emergency room dentistry. Or what is your expectations for. Twenty twenty one about. How could we get again can tell you what we teach in. What i've seen about practice is as our patient really. They understand the correlation between a mouth on the by. I mean they're getting that information that they understand healthy mouths healthy body. That goes issue is scant somewhere. Mount issue and that mouse ought to be able to have the ability to get sick. You know different than throats are longs. Our stomachs aren't testi-. We're very familiar. Patients familiar with those areas getting sick and for us to continue to think that the mouth is just something that we claim you know every six months. And that's all it's ever gonna take to remain. Healthy is just a dated view of the the the the oral systemic connection. And so you know what i in. Twenty twenty line is. We've never talked much about testing in the history. Anything that i can remember and salivary diagnostics. we started all the was very new used to you. Just have to stand up a plaque sample to usc or what you one of the actual play to try to grow it and get it back. But now dna pcr is changed the game in terms of knowing what your target organisms are and i see the kovin. The testing is just open. The door for have conversations about testing als in a balanced Though the the the different factors that make us sick as human beings and how they work together as kind of a long answer. But i don't mean to just kind of trail on about it. So they all stop there. Now what what. I what i like about it is i know my home and you know. There's a couple of america's is i grew in kansas right in the middle. I mean you got the the new yorkers and you got the californian silicon valley's and everything and the inbetween is fly over state and it doesn't matter and if you were saying all this and you were in lifestyles rich and famous downtown manhattan next to larry rosenthal or you're in beverly hills All my home as like whatever. But dude you're in nashville. You're in middle america. I mean nashville. I mean i. I mean if you can do to nashville you can do it. In kansas city and dallas and phoenix. And i mean it's a replicable thing for three hundred million people. But you can do things in beverly hills that you just can't do in parsons kansas. You know so. This is so i think of us a real world dentist ashville and so if real world people in nashville or if it's working i it's a thing. Yeah i mean. I i think that's the thing is i think our patients are lot more to this than we think that they are really as we teach this process. We've been teaching this in Six or eight years now. It's it's more trying to untrained what we were taught in the dental profession that the cause appeared donald disease list debris that can calculate swing. We knew it. There was bacteria associated with it. What our target was debris right and now knowing so much more about the science when you're targeting the micro organism that's a completely different approach with is a lot more understandable for the patient to to understand testing and other illnesses. And so i think the way we talk about it is probably the biggest factor and you interrupt me when you want to. But i i was kind of like this. I mean when we say you've got some bone loss right. We use the term bone loss. And that's why it. Why don't we say skull loss right or head wrought. I mean it's like if you got an infection that's destroying the bone of your skull via the maximum or the mandible votes if that same infection was on your arm. It was destroying the bone of your arm. We'd in hostile right. It would be the emergency room. And of course arm we're not an interracial carotid arteries in two inches away from the floor the brain and yet we continue to want to say a little bleeding or low bone loss or a little bit of this a little bit of that and we tend to minimize because we're still focusing on it on all science and i realize that the for it when i'm telling you man i can't ally Emission minute ago that. I like to work on cars. I like to restore cars race cars. And i can get dirt and grime all over my hands all under my fingernails but don't get sick because they're dirty if i cut my hand while i'm doing that in the back year that are on me yet in me. That's what we have inflammation. And i think that's the new target where it is inflammation now. You're we talked about earlier. You're the third. And your dad is the first and you go by tom cruise tom. And who's tommy. Tommy tommy okay. What did your dad see. Any of this common When you were in grammar school or as a joke. Stephen i have. I knew how to use a phase contrast markers so from that time. Alice ten and up. You know because when i worked for my dad in summers rival school i was always the one that take the sample and put her under a microscope and then the patient will look at that at tech with on television and record it on a vcr tape and then we record the plaque sample after therapy so we would have a comparison from before and after so we use the microbes as a target even though the face contrast microscope visually and that goes back to the eighties national institute of health. And you win. A phase contrast really came on the scene as as a diagnostic tool to help start to fear these knees infections. In of course we had one group with one. I thought that was normal and dna. Pcr has stated the face contrast now. But but it's a great motivational tool for sure. And i want you to talk First of all. Your faculties world-class bradley. Bail and amy donating on show. Ya tommy tony look piano susan. Maple steve even laudi stephanie. Lauding dennis knee would in a chiropractor. That ms dewitt wilkerson de guy. I mean you're not hurting for talent on the show. But i want you to go back to that that child thing because when you were little tell about the story of the journey with oral aural. Dna so we'll use the term salary diagnostics ally because that's really what this evolved into what it originated was was trying to figure out the microbiology. Erred z's on a practical chair side basis. So that we can actually talk. Patients have a new target in point which was not just physical signs symptoms while the micro biology associated with the disease at how to measure that and highlight science near germany was doing salivary diagnostics. In europe to the tune of about sixty thousand that year so the europeans were ahead of that of us in basically using saliva as a medium to detect bacteria through a process called dna. Pcr says cop killer. chain-reaction in it's different than the auger plate testing like we're familiar with like strep test growed on her plate is it strapper. Not those are for aerobic microbes so anna roads are different. Which is are paired on disease. Friends there anaerobic so we hit never been able to culture that practically in dentistry so high life science was with beginning the salivary diagnostic phase of of of testing anaerobic microbes in an effort to show us. Okay here's your clinical signs and symptoms. Here are your target microbes. And if you need an antibiotic here's specifically what you can use it as a target regiment. If it's even needed so my dad actually got shut for tobias hind from business back when we were in mississippi and invited tobias succumb from near in germany to columbus mississippi and he did and so that is where we really saw the ad at the genesis of dna. Pc are on a chair side basis. We started a company with tobias called advanced diagnostics. That was me and my dad. My brother and ran out extra room on my dad's house and grew that to appoint where ultimately as many businesses do venture capitalists all. We were doing They wanted to build the lab. This time we moved to nashville. And we ended up building a lab in nashville tennessee. That was the beginning of what became world in any labs in the new orleans. Labs ultimately was sold quest diagnostics which most people now is the largest laboratory in the world because their emphasis on finding a medium besides blood that would carry that and be easily accessible especially in third world countries With i mean people really don't know how much information is in saliva and not just from a payroll standpoint and so that's kinda the the really rapid version of powell this kind of took place over the last decade but now what i learned in my experience the dna was. I was one of the lead. Tester is probably tested more patients than anybody in the country when special were developing the test model. And what i found is that at that time was that we had one of the most amazing tools for treating a disease that was very unpredictable. And but we had a very low interest in people carrying about it because no one time really cared about treating seats and statistically we look at our codes and i mean you know for practice has twenty percent coating or thirty percents coating Codes that was considered good. And you know so. It was a really tough road to to bring that product market and then ultimately the oral systemic links Became much more talked about. And then that has become the topic You know sort of the twenty eighteen oral systemically really became popular in an ultimate way. That as vault into total body health and inflammation. If you'll look now even carry oh dot org which is the association of paradise. Everything is associated with hair. Donald season inflammation outta we stop inflammation and. That's a really long board. Everyone to death was at that that take a but how salary diagnostics came to be at least in terms of world. That is a great store and again you have so many legends on there like on your on total wellness dental like anthony iacopino. I mean he was a Associate dean more cad. Then he was became the dean of Journal nick saw dental school. I didn't even manitoba after him now. I mean There's just so many amazing people That are coming on board With salivary diagnostics dolls. My favorite algae is at your when when people have their you know when your gums are bleeding like that that your gums if i flat him out and covers your hand imagine if you fell off your bicycle and you hit the asphalt hands i and both your answer raw and We the first time. I am did the mesa bike. Deal at seventy miles around mesa on a saturday and it was fun But some guy was waving and he He Ruckus bike and. He landed bare hands on the pavement. He was one of the guys who are with. I mean he. He just sat at his house. Wanted to cry for a week. Hander and that that's gum disease and I'm supposed to ask all my guests. It's the most common question people send me our. They don't tell our downtown dot com asher. Guess would you tommy. Would you take the vaccine today. Yeah well absolutely. And i'm scheduled to take it friday and i would've taken it sooner. We had an opportunity here on national to do it in one of the things that i learned you know in the salary diagnostics world. When you move from your dental practice into an actual laboratory and see how laboratories were there the regulations and rules regardless if we wanna you know maybe talk about how quickly the vaccines developed a still have to go to the same the same structure of validation regardless of how fast they do it. I mean you cannot come out with a product. We cannot cloud with the salary diagnostic tests without willing to offer kind of clear certifications. Fda approval we had to have on the The foresight institute. Boston helped validate the process. So you know for me. I've got a little bit of insider information on how tests are developed in as far as vaccines go one hundred percent be on board with it. It is a It was game. Theory is so important and i have two loves dentistry and economics or i m ba for my issue and it was kind of funny because you know what i was little you to listen to the critics because if you live long enough you find out whether right and they're saying What do you mean. Markets are efficient at all prices work in the market how to explain the nineteen twenty nine crash the nineteen eighties seven black monday. The y2k grass. If there's perfect information and humans irrational explain. The y2k crash explained lemans crash explain. The next crash has got to be around the corner. Two thousand eight. Since last one and read business cycles it got shooter. My favorite austerity automous nobel prize. And the reason there's business cycles because we're the crazy monkeys making all the decisions and that's why i'm bullish on artificial intelligence because i've seen natural intelligence in history for five thousand years and we got five thousand years of evidence that were basically monkeys lost her tail but i notice the nobel prize in economics about ten years ago was for someone mixing economics with psychology. And i noticed this year is they gave it again to another guy. And what what. The nobel committee is trying to signal us. That markets aren't rational. Information is not perfect. There's a lot of crazy people. There's eight billion crazy people. I mean look at the national thing that happened on christmas morning. Five minute right before we went on breaking news is our president. Just was the first. Us president impeach- not once but twice. They're crazy times. When i was in school and learned about the spanish influenza epidemic. I wasn't even creative enough to even imagine that that could happen to me in my lifetime. I thought i was reading history. And but you always hear history repeats off so these are indeed interesting times but a lot of these things that look like. They're brand new. People have been talking about these things for generations. And and now even this vaccine. I knew we wouldn't get a vaccine. Because i was stuck in the attenuated vaccine where they would get the polio. Try to kill them all and then put menu and then hoping that up and lived and gave you polio. I didn't even see that. Mestre are in common for modern. And i mean it's it's not even it's not even a virus. It's it's it's a piece of software code viruses replicating mechanism which was one of the pieces that had to be in our car. I know you're the cars. I love your mustang. Right on the right on the wall. But you can't have the car without some basics wheels and engine and you can't have life without a self replicating mechanism so viruses came before life because life couldn't self replicate unless you had that one part and but now you have game theory and games. There is a human thing where they modern didn't even Package single-dose vaccines. Because they knew the rollout would be so huge pakistan one hundred time and now twenty five to forty percent of the vaccines being wasted because they opened up one hundred got sixty line because everybody went to game theory. I'm going to let tommy riot. And if his hair don't fall out alternate but his hair falls out. I'm not trying and and my mother. She's eighty two. Well how. I'm gonna wait. I'm gonna. I'm gonna see your mom you're eighty two. You have the least about a waiting to go. I mean you know you need to get down there first in line. And she's she's in game theory you you can't you can't talk grabbed but Man these are just such strange times. Describing has been the crazies year. You've ever seen in your life or what. It is mad. And i think scientifically i always want about gosh favorite movies. It was probably apollo thirteen back. Oh yeah because that was the first like real time movie. Maybe my generation where you could actually see in fairly modern movie the whole world coming together to figure out how to get those astronauts home in a kind of like in this whole process of maine we really had like the whole world trying to figure this out and i know there's difference in opinions of different countries. Who did what. I'll have it at the end of the day. The science community has been trying to figure this out because we've never been able to have a vaccine for corona virus. If anything i mean a cold we've never been able to figure that out for coal and so to see them. Come in and do this help gone from probably countries that will never even know about and people that will never here And to be able to produces. I think it's gonna change vaccines for Like you were talking about. And by the way the people who are obsesses where the virus came from. I'd like to remind you that. The spanish influenza. They all agree that it came from a pig to a farmer in kansas where i was born raised when my mom started saying china is like mom you're from kansas and then he got drafted war one and then went to leavenworth which is the first confirmed breakout and then they got rolled into world war one. That was the first european breakout so basically the spanish influenza would just united states of america and by the way the only reason they called the spanish influenzas. Because you couldn't talk about your government like that without getting killed in. The united states and russia and china and germany and spain was neutral during world war. Two just every about switzerland was neutral. Spain was neutral and they didn't get involved in that and so they were the ones that free press and they writing about this flu service. You mean that spanish influenza. But i know this off topic near everything but i'm gonna ask you your all into gums and perry on all that but you're also a cd. And i just want to say this. I really piss off a cd guys. But since you're clear way national. I know you can't come over here and even to that fast car. No you can't come over here and kick my ass at least forty eight hours My gosh the young kids you see someone and they're pretty and you say oh you deal even prettier with veneers. File all the author teeth and veneers. But you know once she's twenty five. Do you know what that looks like at thirty five forty five fifty five sixty five seventy five eighty five would is going to look like seventy years later. I'm asking you when someone does upper ten years on a twenty five year old if she just lives to be eighty five eighty five twenty five. Let's see i've had jet geometry calculus trig. What is that How many years that fifty years later will any. Those veneers have to be replaced. Will any turn into full. Crowns will any. I'm in need. Endo what are the gums. Look around these things. So how do you. I called theistic health compromise. i mean You know. I can't tell you how many beautiful women i've seen they wanted invis- line and they're gonna pay six thousand bucks and i'm just sitting here thinking okay you go to. Asu there's not one guy at asu that's even gonna notice but they're they're ready to drop sixty five hundred bucks to do that and the same thing with veneer. Same thing now. I'm sold at fifty eighth at now. A lot of my friends are getting bo. Talks and all these surgeries also the so you gotta to do what the human wants. But you're a doctor so you know everything's a trade off so how does it a cd accredited mind like yours. Would he put the teeth. And what would you tell the kids who are just gonna put veneers on a twenty five year old and thanked. They'll be beautiful when there are one hundred. This is passionate as because i am. I'm a know generation is called. I think recalled like generation x or something like that where we don't even know what to call us. We're not bewails. Not the greatest generation. Were up there. And i i have come along with a cd Malacca so my dad all in all in microbiology the whole thing and of course like any child kinda wanna do my own thing and do something different and so for a period of time. I really moved into the ascetic auto dentistry to training. Got accredited a c. d. in farther. I got from health in tissue the more i realize how important what's was. It was definitely a journey for me to realize that everything starts health. And so it's my hygiene team. When we talk about being therapists we take the same photos. We get just as excited about verizon success as we do about cosmetic cases. But i'm gonna jump into what you're talking about now and we came along came through accreditation where there was a phrase call responsible aesthetics because everybody was concerned about. What's exactly what you're saying now and training i can't i can't say that enough because we've seeing an i'm calling it the instagram world right now. Alka it's like like you said people wanna put the news on anything if there's an influencer. There's any way that they can get a picture on instagram to say that they can do it. I'm seeing but i'm also seeing the side effect that of of seemed to cases this year of the of the to mid twenty year old female number near the teaser falling out because they didn't audubon veneer saw and so i think in an era of responsibility. We've got to be very selective on what we're actually preparing with people said for the longest time you can't do prep veneer with press ceramic you gotta For press and that's not true anymore without the silicates cases on a history now. Complete not Cases that are some of my favorite cases that i've done until two to your point about being responsible is. Yeah you got a lot of clientele right now. They're interested in sex. Is crazy years. Twenty twenty one. It was one of the best. Cosmetic i mean it's unexplainable to me kind of like star stock market still growing with as much turmoil as we add it. We've had this year. So there's some things i can't explain on it but i can say that we've got to be very astute to make sure that we're taking care of people for the long term and so minimal No problem you want to be very selective with what you're doing and be very honest about a with with that client about where you're gonna compromise. It's going to be on. I'm not gonna take any mortgage choose away that doesn't need it And if you need it really y Crowding different set of circumstances but move the teeth. I you got that option. So only sound preachy about it but being a cd are accredited a cd. I did a lot of cases that are like you're talking about that failed. And i am really a seem more and more and more of that. The more social media is creating a platform for shelling cases. That's a long hazard. You can get more specific with me if you want to. But no no i. That was an amazing answer. And i love it. So you know xrays is a great example. Money's the answer. What's the question rent can develop the x ray long before. Thomas edison had a big part in the x ray machine. He walked away from it Rankin the cancer. He walked away from but anyway it was out there for a long time in the dentist. Didn't really look at it. And then after world war two. They started dental insurance. 'cause they had the wage price freezes. And you weren't allowed to give people more money. So the workers started the longshoremen's so then we pay for our dental and that was the birth of delta dental and long-term club in in washington oregon california and And they decided they were gonna cover cleanings next one hundred percent. Oh my god as soon as they covered. One hundred percent x-ray ray machines one across america like a domino machine and so that's one hundred percent adoption. I mean practice mandra software. That's eighty ninety percent adoption. i'm digital x. Rays is well over. sixty seventy percent. But cad cam. It never got over. Say fifteen percent. But i can't find any numbers over twelve percent salivary diagnostics didn't take off. I mean what. What kind of penetration. You think salivary diagnostics. God and why is that. Why even hygience like you go to four years of college and your hygienic. Fortyish called your nurse. The nurse giving shots drawn blood in the hospital. Just got blood all over the hygienist. That isn't nearly as aggressive like that So a lot of its culture a lot of its tribal but a nurse if she walked in to a hygiene room and didn't know anything about Hiding in the mouth she. She'd order bloodwork. Yes i mean she. She wouldn't even blink at it to try to issue su. So we're the disconnect. Well i mean you know not to bash on our training at all. But but i think our training in our institutions is still going to focus on the things that are going to get us the ability to begin practice. They don't really give us the much beyond the basics. And there's obviously reason for that i mean. I got a tennessee. And i felt like i can extract. He can silty Got a pretty good set of they skills to get started in my profession but after that everything learned that has been continuing education and the continuing education models is. Of course we all have our different interests and i think on therapy has not taken off any more than as is because there's never been an interest i mean it's like you're talking about cad cam. I think one of the barriers so that is of the one of the things that's been a barrier entry. Their industry very low barrier to entry except for education. So you can kind of go through that process but when you start talking about donald therapy. Most of us as dentists were taught. That was a hygienist thing. We weren't even really be involved in that. They were going to do that and they were going to scale one quadrant per hour with local anesthetic in. We're going to focus on calculus tartar. Build a taught. Any different at the medicine will look at the exact same in section completely different. And what. I've learned for dr brad. Bail you mentioned earlier on the build on in a method is one of the most enlightening things i've ever done. Which is look at all these from the mind physician and take a course with physicians so that we can actually talk about how the body responds to disease process. And i tell my patients now we're not treating Disease for your teeth to me is not a teeth problem. It's a body. Problem is an inflammation providence. you've got chronic inflammation. That's what we know. Is the link to heart disease. Heart attack to diabetes control sugar control. All things are now totally related to chronic inflammation. And you go to dental school in your backyard. You're you're in tennessee. So you gotta dental school in memphis. And he's gotta dental school right there in On a in nashville my hurry. Medical college What does the dean there assure a former dixon now or the teaching that there is a as it a big thing there or would you. What would you say. Well i think most people are learning now. You know what i i've got. Some students shout shadowy on occasion from harry. And of course. I haven't done a lot of ce university as a student. But i think most of what we're learning now is that there are more correlated evidence that compared donald disease may be related heart disease. It might be related to alzheimer's troll. But i think it stops there. Then you stop you. Stop realizing that. There is literature in studies in in medical literature as opposed to dental literature. There's more information about tiered al-aziz specifics of it in medical literature. Then there isn't As when you start talking about the journal of neuro insulation talking about their study with fifty thousand patients and how these microbes have the ability to get into carotid artery spaces to get into alia linings of just your Artery system in general. And what the actually means i in dentistry. We never really even learn what chronic inflammation was outside of mouse. We consider chronic inflammation. Ginger lights are some something we can see. We don't realize. Chronic inflammation is internal as well as external when they say what causes plaque relation in your artery. We so quite to cholesterol and now he would acquainted inflammation and so i think dentists has own needs to learn a lot more about their body health in terms of just equating everything to the mouse. And i think that's that's the bailed. Uneven helped me with a lot. Yeah and his heart disease. That's a It's amazing when he starts at the heart disease he knows. Some of these people are just walking on time bombs. So what are you most passionate about now. I mean we. We had the the pandemic we had. Twenty twenty was just a write off. I mean it was an insane year. Now it's twenty twenty one. I got my first dose on the fifth. I'm getting a second one on the twenty six. You're getting your first vaccine how it's january thirteenth. How coast normalization do you think we are. And what are you most excited passionate about and getting back up on your feet this year. Man i can probably echo a lot of people in that or at least tennessee. We were closed for two months. We were considered non essential and we had companies here garage door. Opening companies considered essential nurseries week ago plants and trees they were considered essential and for them to tell me that i was not essential and that was i was going to be closed as a healthcare provider for two months did not feel good and it definitely motivated me to never let anyone in the healthcare profession. Feel like industry was not necessary and so coming. But i mean how trying to come back from that trying to get your team to come back from that trying to get everybody to realize at our infection control. Procedures dentistry have been outstanding long before the covid outbreak and came along with asia. Heavy coming a lot more mainstream and we had. We had to prepare for that. I've been very impressed. By what industries been able to do in spite of covid nineteen inner practices. And the way we've been able to come back to work in one of the most passionate about right now is i am ready. For dentistry to be back in the forefront of not just industry but we know how to treat people with infectious diseases. We do it every day in an aerosol environment and we've been In my opinion a super solid healthcare industry in spite of covid nineteen and With yama excited about getting my projects bag and all my patients bag getting normal having to wear masks every second of the day yeah. I'm excited about that traveling fine. I feel like one of the things we took away with. Kobe was fun period Getting out again. I i mean i'm probably the most asked about getting my life back like i wanted like everybody else does but really excited about we're dentistry is a a never been more excited. About how much information we've got now about testing and how important testing is and how important michael byles years as a whole because the whole world and try to figure out this one thing and believe me. There's a lot of things out there from bacteria and virus standpoint that we don't want either and so to have the spotlight on on industry on microbiology. I think we have a huge opportunity industry to take it to a level of an ordinance that has never been before is that that's not that's all i feel. I gotta digital share something again. I'm so impressed with so many your faculty and one of them is anderson. Means vannerson known as a mover and shaker in all things practice vans when he thinks outside the box he's crown counsel Woods would Would see all and and and talk about his involvement with this. Well when when we sold the united ques- on that was basically it for me. I was on a part of the company more. And what i had learned in. That was so much about the microbiology. And i you know. I'm very blessed with hygienist. That i feel like. Are you know a lot more like a nurse practitioner. I give them a lot more responsibility. Our payroll numbers in my practice are gonna run about sixty percent of coding and so their numbers are amazing. And i feel like talking about your economic background. History has a huge opportunity to to be more diversified in practice in their own businesses as waiting get agios numbers up Treating disease than we're going to have a better number at the end of the month. And so when. I showed my number cystic stephen. Our friends before i was a member of the crime council believer coaching and all those kinds of things and when i showed what we were doing and how we were talking about it that that's how no mahajan came to be is that we really believe that looking at the disease differently talking about it differently like your physician talk about it. Equating it to testing like your patients are very familiar with using analogies like fingernails in hair and all that other body parts of patients are very familiar with to talk to them about a disease process that we that we always equated to a physical sign or symptom. Steve is just a master. It putting together to chair side delivery on so many people outside of industry don't know how long it takes to implement something and so implementation of anything new without a plan and a strategy sometimes never happens. And so steve across the great implementer because he's really taken a lot of information for us and boiled it down into commonsense conversation calling the andy griffiths of dinner street so we can have these conversations in a short period of time in converts at therapy. And you're just talking about it in a way that the is more medical. Nf on it so much easier. I really do you know a lot. Of bragg's dissolves will come in there and say i mean come on. There's a threat on on dental day. Remind i just want to raise fifty five dollars an hour. And you're like a delta's does fifty five dollars for the cleaning and You know and then you say okay. Well it's going to work We're going to sell the floride You know it's fifty dollars and And of course any rejection at all and they just go crazy salivary diagnostic. Same thing you know you say well. This'll check to see if you have cancer growing in five different places and but you'll have to pay for this yourself no way. No way is injured in the for. And you're you're sitting there. I love that. You're sitting there in front of a car because it's so It's so perfect for dentistry. Because dennis never they always tell me There's no money in their town. The last time. I heard this. I was in a small town in kansas and we were eating at a restaurant and i said well okay window. There's a quick trip across street. I said how many vehicles cars structure as circle right. Now and seven i. Okay and what are they. All and it was five f. One fifties a two and a three fifty five that cost ninety the to fifty as the hell. The three fifty is you know. I mean big big money. Then then i tell these people that are on cars. This is my favorite a stat that the average new car price in america is thirty. Three thousand five hundred sixty dollars Source kelley blue book. Usa today on average will buy thirteen new cars before. We're seventy six years old. So so these americans will buy thirteen cars at thirty three thousand five hundred and sixty dollars a piece and it's only the dentist sue. Believe insurance doesn't pay and they'll say oh well we started doing. She got mad. Well welcome to cells. Welcome to cells when you sell so on a new car. Usually if you're selling cars on a car you're gonna have to have twenty five people walk on that parking lot and walk around that car before one drives off on it but they still get thirteen times before they're seventy six years old and and you go into building any medical dylan building with eight with a dennis on their Six of seven of them at eight has never sold one treatment. Plan ever for the bryce of that new car. I mean i mean look at clear choice. I mean they're they're publicly traded. They're all probably there. They bought and sold by private equity. Five times. Got a dozen locations. I think they do about eighteen. Thousand archers year for twenty five thousand arch most of their archers or full mouth so it's fifty grand and the people who pay fifty grand to go from dental cripple to that in one day. Have the same feeling as you had when you bought that little mustang and drove off and you just loved life and my. He's won't even for that new car. They just sit there and say well well you have. It looks like a bomb. Went off your mouth but the worst tooth in your whole body is right. There in the insurance will only pay for just one per year. So let's just be a one to dennis and then these guys are okay. That sounds great and then he drives off at one. Fifteen goodbyes a new twelve gauge. So how do you get. How do you get dentists to have the same enthusiasm about teeth. As dentists do about their own damn car man. You are like united way on what we're talking about now. But i'll take him in. I done this done the research on what you're talking about in you know the Fifty floored family. My grandfather was floored either and the video has been the number one selling car in our country for forty years in a row. The if you call a truck car you can say that has been the number one selling vehicle right well. The average price of a new. Fm busiest forty two grand. So not. i mean you're talking about people that are the number one via or why spend forty two thousand dollars and yet we're afraid to talk to him about faira donald z's or a crown or or quarter dentistry. And you're so right i think. How do i get people to talk. Because i'm excited about. I mean you can't go anything go into any well. I want to call it sales but the any opportunity to help someone get treatment and being hurt and don't have any time and kinda give them the quick rundown in showing a picture. I mean i mean. I think you know one of the things that we use for a payer dollars says our health history as so if our patients have had heart disease diabetes cancer. Anything that is a cofactor where payer disease could could be a a an accessory or an inflammatory Part of that then. We'll talk to him about that. But i mean how do you get the paper. Anything is you. Put it in a way that make them want it because they don't want anything that they don't want they don't want widening. They don't want anything they want when it's gonna do for right if they won't they won't what white either gonna do for them they want. What a healthy mouth is gonna do for a and so until we start talking in psychology in in ways that make them want the stuff that we have. They're not gonna money. You know if you keep saying scaling and root planning and in a pro charts bleeding on probing and it does hurt and you try to explain what doesn't hurt. All i want to know is why should they do this. And why should they want us me being a pep talk again so so my at my home is no more hygiene dot com yet. Are they gonna find housing dot com. You're going to get an overview of our course model right now. It's virtual as everybody has moved that platform so our courses is about an eight thirty to three thirty model right now one day course when we go back in person it's a two day course Fridays and saturdays. So you'll see the schedule you'll see how to sign a- and then Basically just an overview of what we offer from an education and Tell us about the you have an all day lecture. And how much money is that at all that stuff. Well the the virtual course right now Lead to seventy five and it is a full day of leisure mean. Of course zoom like this and what i'll do in the morning talk about the science and inflammation in. Why you should believe all of this. And i'll explain to you for medical terms while this is a different animal than we used to think that it was and why you should be concerned about it. Gave you some analogies in waste talk about this differently than in the afternoon one of my hygienists android has been with me. Twelve years in the whole evolution of number gene will talk the about. How do it because therapy models different. Caesar's faster dislike everything else industry and she'll talk. Hodges about how to execute that than steve anderson will be talking about buying trans just what we were talking about now on how to get your patients engage in what you have to offer because i can tell you man wanna weirdest stories is i had a patient come in last year Through nineteen access to either needed to extract it or your palate and save it. And she wanted to extract. 'cause she didn't have the money on the way out. She saw bo talk signed that i had a hallway on the way out the door. Stott and said do you. Do you guys offer both talks. And we were like yeah and she said we'll do that today so it taught me that if people wanted. Money is not a problem and getting people understand it in value. You have offers acadian. S where i feel like steve Really changed the game. You know in terms of having sites conversations. He did he really did. I'm as done a lot of very amazing things in dentistry So your your Your young kids know sixty five hundred came out during a pandemic. their clinicals were disaster Something lot of. Emily were able to endo on extracted teeth. I mean it just just crazy times and My gosh What advice would you give them. I mean they've got to be looking at tommy his dad tom. And how we back in eighty seven that oh my god it was so much easier back then and Yeah i'm gonna pull out my violin. And i'm going to start the song with the world's smallest violin. I still rather be a doctor of dental surgery. In the united states of america in twenty twenty one than almost half the countries. That i've lectured. I mean my gosh I mean and it's so amazing. It's so it looks like human spirits when you go to cities like katmandu or we were in. Cambodia and cambodia was really amazing experience for me. Because i didn't get cambodia. The first time. I went there and i saw to cambodia so i was talking to all the dentist who were thirty five and under their bright eyed bushy tailed but all the dentists. That were my age. They didn't wanna meet me. They didn't wanna talk to me. And and they kind of had a dead look and then and then they took me to the chimera rouge museum so you know we were sitting here talking about how these are such politically troubling times. No how would you like to have a twelve million people. And then there's a new government comes in town. Kills three of the twelve million. Every dentists. My age witnessed the killing of his wife or mother kit or neighbor whatever. And they're just they were just dead you you were walking dead so this is traumatic for you because your living at a time when the. Us president was impeached. By if this is traumatic dude. What would you have done. If you'd been on the receiving side of the ten year vietnam war or the ten year afghanistan war or the afghanistan. I mean so so yeah. They're bad but i've seen a whole lot worse in my lifetime. So so what advice would you give them to would pep talk. Would you give them back on their feet. Besides besides the obvious work hard and hustle entry. Everybody like you wanna be treated. That's rule number one and if you're sitting at eso and gosh darn office manager is not a dentist is telling you to put a chip in everyone because insurance pays for it. Go go tell her to go to hell and quit. Because i'll tell you one thing. I've learned fifty eight people who spend their whole life doing things they hate for money. Always end up on heroin. Iran article Ninety five percent of prostitutes are heroin addicts and they think it might have something to do with the really eight their job. So you know. Don't do things you hate for money. And you certainly don't have you. If you live below your means i mean go back in with your mom and dad and if you could only find one job three days a week then find another job the other three days a week. I mean you don't need more than one day off a week to i ten years and if you're really board will my god start a family. I had four boys in sixty months i started. I graduated at my awesome september. Twenty eight one eighty seven and i four babies and sixty months and what they and. What's the response well. I've been dating. Charlie for ten years and i have a different job every year for five. 'cause i can't decide if i want to start my own practice and mary. Charlie make a baby dude. I could have figured that out on the first date telling you man. I think our you know. I'm kind of good pets soccer. 'cause i just excited about our profession general. I'm excited talking about patients about what we have offered industry. Now you know. They got technology and three d street installing computers in ought implants. I mean it's all a young dentist that we kind of mentor together in our area. It's it's the best time i just to get to get into dentistry. Right now. Could be more excited for the younger regeneration to your point and tell us a young hygienist too if you think clinton all day for the rest of your life is going to be fulfilling our. You're already burned out at two years son another job. You know star finding people that want to make people better when a he'll a disease process and you think your hygienist isn't gonna want more work to treat paired jose's you're wrong because they do actually make people better for the young dentists out there like you said. I spend some time to see if you got because there's so much stuff that's available the to train you right now and i think that if when we can go back to traveling again one of the best things that i've done it sounds like you've done to is visit. Another country is a dentist and do some type of medical condition. were on. because. I think that'll change your perspective forever and you'll come back more motivated than ever because we only see was around us right now and i'm telling it like you said in a world i go every year or they go this year by year on his and if one of the best things that ever do i mean you know So i think mom were Maybe thought on. This is being a young dentist riot now with stained because a kobe and get out of school in those kind of things. But you're entering a profession. That is moving at a rate. That i've never seen before and i could be more happy and proud to be part of it and hopefully illo been up here a little bit more and these young will have more opportunities sooner rather than later and last. I can't believe we've gone over an hour. And i'm just another guy that's been on this show honestly vannerson has but And the bay doing bail delina and all those but gate-race he's on your faculty and i think of him as a asleep guy so woods woods asleep guy me you guys on your team. Got your different but wise where buddy guy on your team. Well think about Worsely back it was ten years ago. Right i mean i remember when sleep apnea came on and we were using an clients way back when i wanted to say the firstly bounty of clients i used just by glenn will glide will and i didn't even know exactly what it was. Our our salsa dua in medicine looked at his treating sleep apnea as french like that was a fringe thing. We didn't do sleep studies. we didn't understand. And what is where is it now. I mean i've got friends. That specialize in sleep ministry does all later. They sleep clinics in their practices. And now it's mainstream that if you can't tolerate a c-pap or don't want to then you're going to see a dentist specializes in and why i mean why do we treat sleep apnea so we don't die from it. That's to the to the medical component of what we're talking about. The district is as close to our medical colleagues as it's ever been and we don't want to die for sleep apnea so we're going to see a dentist. We don't want the correlation between paired donald disease heart disease. So we're gonna see dennis and we have to understand how these body parts in his body mechanisms any body processes interrelate so that we can help. Our patients live at happier and healthier than ever have. that sounded. like a tagline. Should write that down. But that's that's why i mean because sleep apnea a serious health condition and is being able to be treated by dennis. You mentioned You mentioned the Glide well and i just want to plug his book constant change adventures business life. My journey from start up to five thousand employees by james glide. Well just be covert. I mean and A lot of people don't know his story but you know you served in the navy. He so he went to vietnam. He went to vietnam. Brian bushy tailed being a patriot and came back completely. Disillusion focused and focused and worked hard and You know What a legend. What did the would the navy duty you would do. The navy mean to you did do you think that. How did it affect your journey. Well i is going to be affected in a little bit way than than that is because my dad was in a so. My father was in the navy. I was not in the day. Ball's dad yeah. Did it affect me as Because i was born in millington naval base and so grew up in the navy as a navy family and the prize. That i have a for the navias is significant. And for course being proud of my dad all those things so i say you know while out. I didn't serve the navy. I was tired of either. Going in the navy or born into practice with my dad right out of school and i was a decision that i had had had a father As it is would have gone into the navy right out of dental school. But you know for me. I was fortunate. Had had a dad wanted me to come to practice and that could lean on early in my career but i would definitely recommend it now and that's why you don't name your kid giving even i the second podcasting tommy. The third can use it for that. But i will say my son. I've got a son and he's he's a force so just wait. A minute has going to be. Is he the fourth yeah. He's a four. But the record is my buddy george foreman who had heads all eight george right but you know what the phrase i love the the most today was. I always call it the aesthetic health compromise. I mean you know. No woman. Needs bo talks at tummy. Tuck and a boot job. But if that's what she wants to have that she's the customer. And i called it the compromise. I really like you're responsible aesthetics and my last parting shot on. These young kids is when you see older. Dennis stick their tongue in a light socket and knocks him clear across the room. You're supposed to learn from that. You're not so say well. Let me see if it does that to me. And i'll tell you what every kid does the first five years out of school. You know the way the human mind works. Know you're walking through the jungle a carnivore jumps out. And you don't have time to sit there. And say is that a carnivore or omnivore. I wonder if his canines or pointed. Or flash your brain is designed to process every single thing you could possibly know instantly and that your intuition and i have just gone. My entire life watching people they. They're just third eye blind. I mean they just will not listen to their own brain and then the here's the brain. Say something they start arguing with it and every time a young kid gets in trouble because the pace says how about you just do this. And that and just put these two together and put a tooth behind it and scott perry and your and your guts us. Oh hell no. Twenty-five he seventy five. He's more the next thing you. The tail is wagging the dog. And then you're in front of the state board and our lawyer. Whatever and and you just you just saddle because you didn't want to do it in the first place. Well old dogs you learn taglines and one of my best tab line does is. I just laugh ago okay. I'm not even going to respond to that because you didn't have respond you. I'm not gonna roll in the mud dark and then when they ask you to do something illegal. Use a say these labs i will. you obviously. Don't want me to risk my eight year. Dr license for your crazy Charade with whatever the hell you want me to do with your insurance or whatever. I just laugh because it's kind of like it 'cause i seen in texting you can. I can send you a texas tommy. The titans are the worst. Nfl team that ever lived. But if i follow it with l. o. L. or a happy face or gyco laugh. Cry ed you. But but if i didn't put any emoji might think well look at the arizona. Cardinals do too good. So so you can say anything with an aloe l. so zooming when you're when your guts about to pew just laugh and just and and you don't have to answer everything. You don't have gauge a fight. You don't have to engage deal but don't let the patients talk you into doing. That's not right. And then the flip side of. That is sold demonstrate. Well then if you don't like to sell dentistry and your dentist that means we might as well just get rid of dentistry my throat away. Because the democrats want you to buy ford mustangs and f. one fifties and fancy vacations while you're so so the way you over sales is don't is this. Just treat other people. I will tommy. Obviously you're not going to drive that car with that mouth. I mean one of these things. Don't look like the other on sesame street. And i'll tell you what we're and don't nickel and diamond figure figured out and all parts say so. He told me look. We always do nothing. Its lowest cost jeep. Leave right now. We can always just do the basics. Our hurts this that we can pull that to do these things and and help probably your insurance pay for that because they don't pay for anything and that's probably bound not even doing anything but if you wanted to do this like that car you drove in on this is going to cost you fifteen grand so. It's not a question whether you have fifteen grandkids. I see your car. The question is win. Win is something you want to do. I mean is this a good time or you waiting to pay off that car. You got a kid in school. It's not a matter if it's just a matter a win win. Do think you would want to do a comprehensive approach to your mouth so that you can drive a car allah inside your mouth. The brand new car and and where you go wrong is right in between land. We too need the build up at a p up there number three needs a modine number four need an he is at one canal or to I don't know we're going to bill you for one canal but when we get in there and we might have to raise the price because there's another one we wanna put an implant here but i can't tell you the 'cause it might need a bone graft you know you just quit selling your you're killing yourself. Okay just look in the mouth. And what kind of car do you see. Do you know insurance by used car. There's nothing wrong with the used car. you know. Seventy percent of all car sold in the united states or us. Seventy percent of all houses sold the united states are used everytime one person buys a brand new house to buy a used house. So there's nothing wrong with us. Car used dentistry us houses. But but just get to that point with the patient and four seconds while you're looking at him in the eye and don't let them talk into something different and and they say well hook 'em the insurance doesn't pay for the floride an essay do the insurances even pay for me to clean your teeth. I mean i mean they're paying me less for the cleaning that i make an hour. I that the insurance is something that your employer buys to keep you at your job. It has nothing to do with my dental office. But we we. We know that it's important to everyone to have subsidies or something free or whatever so we work with the insurance but you know what you really need. You need a new car and then the every dental office in every county. I've been in this at eight. There's that one guy every friday. He works monday through thursday on assign every friday. He goes in and use the as like an anesthesiologist in their put. Someone to sleep a lot. I'm lazy to where i can't do. Four molar root canals in a row. All bring an end to donaldson for that you know. Don't learn anesthesiology. because you're not anesthesiologist. And they'll do twenty five thousand dollar case every friday their whole damn career and then the other seven dennis. I've never done it once. So it's all do the only the only cavity you've got is between your ears and that one and you're pacing be better served. Tommy thank you so much for coming on the show. It was complete. Honored a podcast you well. It's an honor for me to be here man appreciate you. What you've done. And i could be more humble to here so really appreciate it. All right buddy will have a good day anti down. I said hi. Will buddy bye bye. Bye bye bye. Thousands of decks and sick owners have added a jazz sensor to their practice using a unique subscription option preserve your capital while never having to worry about warranty and support again. Visit imaging dot com. That's jazz imaging dot com.

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The Quarterback and the Professor

Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

32:04 min | 2 years ago

The Quarterback and the Professor

"Raking news story out of Tennessee. We have just confirmed that former NFL quarterback, Steve McNair is dead McNair has been found dead. Steve McNair is death is a homicide case officers arrived in response to that call, they've down to individuals. Lisa McNair had multiple gunshot wound. It's this point. We don't know the circumstances of the shooting death twenty year. So he'll Zami was found nearby and or stand. She was a friend of McNair, raise questions about McNair relationship with her. Keep you posted on this development. Again, Steve McNair found dead today today. It's the summer of twenty seventeen Stephen near has been dead for eight years at this point, and I'm in the infant stages of a podcast about his murder, and I've started talking to Vincent hill a former Nashville cop who's been investigating the case on his own. In our first conversation, Vincent tells me that he just got a new tip. Benson says that a friend of his in old source in the Nashville police department reached out to confirm something. The Vincent has been hearing for some time. It's a rumor that Vincent has been chasing for years. This source tells Vincent that when the thirties found Steve McNair deaden this condo on July fourth, two thousand nine. Stephen been castrated and his penis had been stuffed in his mouth. Vinson is heard this story in of times now and from enough credible sources that he decides he needs to tell Lucille McNair Steve's mother years ago, Lucille hired Vincent to investigate the case on her behalf, and he's still gives her updates from time to. Time. This is a very difficult thing to have to tell a mother though in so Vincent enlists. The help of one of seals closest friends, Dr Alvin Simpson is friends call doc or Docx. Simpson, Vincent had disclosed it to me and I was trying to make a decision as to whether or not it should share with Lucille. I don't think that Vincent felt comfortable disclosing it to Lucille so asset to him. I'll call and I should it with a he's day at now. So I don't think it would make a difference whether it's true, whether it's false, but I want her to know that there's a rumor out there. FOX Simpson tells Lucille McNair about this castration rumor over the phone. Then dark goes as far as to suggest that the approach judge Mississippi and acid Steve's body be zoomed, so they can confirm these genitalia are intact. And to this very day, we won't know unless we were to exhume his body and let are. Physical is see because I don't have any trust in any of them. I don't have any trust in the medical examiner. I don't have any trust in the detectives or anybody else, and I'm not ruling out anybody in terms of being a participant in a conspiracy to murder, Steve and mafia. Liens won't change where that's concerned. You can tell which side of this dog falls on. When I first started talking to Vincent hill, I asked him who will show I talk to you for this story. Doc, Simpson was the first person he mentioned doc had been invaluable to Vincent's investigation. He'd wealth and knowledge about steaming near in the McNeil family as a whole. Doc, Steve, mid back in the early nineties, which he was a student at all corn state a small historically black college in southwest Mississippi near the Louisiana border doc. Samson was a psychology professor there at the time. Doc was the cool professor. He was young, the dressed well, and he drove a flashy car. He spoke with the students as if they were as beers. He'd have them hang out in his office. We'd have them over his house where they'd relax and swimming pool. Everyone knew that if you needed help with your academics or needed advice in general, you needed to go see duck Simpson. One of those students with Steve's brother, Tim McNair, I became something kind of like a Ronald Fisher mentor. Students were not even students will come back with different problems. And what I learned from out of that is that the students brought all kind of baggage to school with them, repressed matter, family issues of what is the one and with regard even to act. Dimick's when they will go to their vassals of, they didn't get solutions to their problems. I think I became popular among the students because I always found solutions for the problems. Tim was the one who injuries Steve. The Simpson talk never had Steve is a student, but he served as the faculty advisor Steve's returning and they hit it off quickly. Soon. Steve start inviting dog over the house for holidays and then on vacations as Steve went from college to the NFL doc was always there. It is games usually right by Lucille side docking Lucille. We're close friends. They'd cook together, go shopping together. Go to the casino together, looking back dark thinks that Steve brought him into the fold because he thought the doc would be a good influence on his mother. And Steve, probably like the idea of having a professor around dock, added a sense of culture intellect in gravitas to McNair family it developed. I think a lot of the students including Steve. Relied on me for wisdom. They felt comfortable in terms of conversation. And I think that that made the difference in terms of the development of a relationship with Steve with his other brothers with his mother and his family at large, they just acted as though they had known me for a lifetime, and I feel comfortable with them. I probably spend as much time with Lucille and Stephen family as I did at my own house. So it was indeed my second home, my Mississippi family. When Steve bought a house for his mother in Mississippi, the ranchers they call it. He had doc, Samson decorated Steve gave dock and unlimited budget and so dark out to make the ranch look like the governor's mansion. There were it what in pieces French provincial was I had completed the project of decorating as his date had you like it. He was very devilish is just a house dot o. he really liked it in. His mother say it, you know, stay relax it. He's not gonna let you know that. I know how busy, but I think he was very, very proud of the way that that turned out. Dr became like an ankle. The Steve, a mentor, a confident he was there for a lot of the important moments in Steve's life. Talk with the McNair at the ranch for several days around Christmas two thousand eight. The last Christmas he was alive at one point. Talk made a joke in passing that Steve never included him when he played sports with his brothers. And so on Christmas morning, Steve, woke doc Simpson up early, gave them a game, worn jersey, and threw him passes out in the yard is one of the last memories doc would ever have of Steve six months later on July fourth, two thousand nine dock rushed over to the ranch to see Lucille as soon as he found out that Stephen shot. Now, one hundred miles an hour getting over there to the ranch. And when I drove up. Hitting into the way, you know, you'd get disdain brothers, towns house before getting to the big house. He was standing out there with his daughter, just looking up in the sky. And when I looked at him, I could just see his eyes were glassy. He didn't want me to see him why. So. I just drove away from him and that were, oh, probably them just sixty guys standing outside within he is down. He was very Erie feeling and then walked into the house Lucille's as where it is blue it, which he had been crying. I said, I'll Lucille. I am so sign that Steve. We went in a beer room. She said duck the state. It was some twenty year old girl acid Lucille. What happened while she say, I learned that they said that the girl killed him and killed herself as Lucy. It was. It was Steve's done. She said, I don't know. And I started asking his brothers and others as we don't know. So maybe two or three days later out of there was nest as on the world that girl didn't do it. I said she had existed stays gone twenty four, seven, and it's a way that I'll be convinced that she purchased a gun. From an ex con. Doc remembers being at the ranch with Lucille when he saw Vincent hill on dateline for the first time, doc remembers agreeing with a lot of what Vincent had to say of all the people in the McNair. Family circle talks always been the most outspoken. He thinks that the Nashville PD got it wrong. He doesn't think the Jenny Kazimi killed Steve nine years later docks still doesn't believe it in our first conversation. Doc asked me quote, why not kill him in the shower when not kill him upon his arrival to the condo, why not shoot him when he walked in the door? If you're going to kill yourself, why the overkill? This girl was never shot a gun who doesn't have her propensity for violence, and she can handle a nine millimeter in every shot is a kill shot. Left temple right temple heart lung impossible. Impossible. Impossible doc met Vincent hill somewhere around the fall of two thousand nine just as Vincent was starting to investigate the case. Eventually they banded together and formed something of a team. Doc had all the contacts. He knew Lucille. He knew all Steve's closest friends. He could point Vincent the right direction. Tell him who to track down to get to the bottom of what really happened. Last November. I went to visit doc, Samson in suburban, Atlanta doc, moved there at through resigned from corn state. A few years ago. Darks career in education didn't end on the best terms, but we'll get to that later. Talk is sixty four years old. Now he's an African American man of average build who walks with a limp and usually dresses in leisurewear dukla's relatively quiet life. Now in retirement, he collects antiques and so his home looks like a museum. Every room immaculately decorated. He goes shopping at the goodwill store which he refers to as Neiman Marcus. He goes to the casino every now and then we also content spending an afternoon sitting out on his back porch smoking cigarillos. Doc does have one weekly commitment. You plays the organ at a tiny church about fifty miles outside of Atlanta every Sunday. Doc took me there on two occasions. Each time, there are only about a dozen people in attendance, and I found it impressive how devoted duck was to this tiny church. Doc, so loyal person, I guess that's why he's still trying to figure out what happened is Steve. That's why he's working with Vincent hill. He says he's doing this for Steve. He wants to find some closure for his friend after church one day doc, and I decided to make the six hour drive the Mississippi. So we could introduce me to some of these family and friends. Some of the same people he'd introduced Vincent hill. We toward all porn state. We drove by Steve's old high school and we stopped by his grave. It's an Amiga cemetery on the side of the road, a few miles from where Steve's mother lives. I actually have had drains and ask him what happened. And every time he starts to tell me a wake up from the drain. I remember one night. He said, doctor shop, many hailed his shirt up, and perhaps the drain might have been a result of looking at the crime scene pitchers because as all. Two holes in is bad, and it was Steve, who did this? And as you begin to tell me every time I wake of new drain, so I personally believe that his spirit is still kind of speak. And so that's why I still have this Nate to know. So did it so can be at wrist. Foale the titan is brought to you by Robin Hood. Robin Hood is investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks options in cryptos, all commission free. They strive to make the financial services work for everyone. Not just the wealthy Robin Hood is non intimidating way for stock market newcomers to invest for the first time with true confidence. The app is simple and intuitive, clear design and data's presented an easy today just way I recently downloaded the Robin Hood f. and I found that it's incredibly easy to navigate. Robinhood provides charts and market data to make it easy for me to make an informed decision. And then I could place a train, just four taps on my phone. The best part is Robin Hood, doesn't charge commission fees. Other brokerages charge up to ten dollars for every trait not Robin Hood. You could trade socks and keep all the profits for yourself. Problem is giving listeners of free stock like apple, four for sprint to help build your portfolio. Sign up at titan dot robinhood dot com. That's titan dot robinhood dot com. As I started interviewing people on our trip, a portrait of Steve McNair began to emerge. The Stephen near the dock, Simpson, new, Steve grow, poor and cramped shack of a house in mount all Mississippi. The second youngest of five boys, his father was largely absent from his life and his mother Lucille worked the night shift and an electronic component factory. The McNeil's were so poor. One person told me the Steve didn't have a bedroom door. They hung up sheet instead from an early age, though Steve showed talent is football player an of talent that he could build a better life for himself. And his family St. was often the best athlete on the field talking to his former teammates. They sound almost an off him. He can make every throw take up every I down escape any situation. He the perfect Nikkan into air McNair. Here's how Percy singleton. One of these receivers in college described him had these Hughes has these huge arms use this massive athlete in for Hillary playing quarterback was even more impressive. He could take control of the game. I mean, he could. He could take control of any game. You know, you got this Jordan, this type of or where you could just look into his eyes and you say, okay, we probably gonna win today. Several division. One powerhouse schools showed interest in Steve, but they reportedly wanted him to change positions and play defense, Steve wanting to play quarterback. And so he decided to stay close to home and play at all corn state, which it's about one hundred miles west amount. All soon people from all around the country sort of flocking all corn state this tiny school with a few thousand students just to see Steve McNair play that included Floyd Reese the former titans, general manager who eventually draft him. He was remarkable. I mean, I don't know if you've ever been out Gorn state, but. Way back when. I mean there wasn't lot there and and there weren't a lot of number one draft choices on his team, and they're Steve was everything. Did everything led the team scored the most ran the most. It was a one man show. He literally carried that whole university on his back and everybody went there just to see Steve. I mean, when you in town, it was going to the game. We play, doesn't matter. We're going to go to Steve air McNair. We were gonna, go see air McNair every major news Ella covered him on the New York Times. ESPN Washington Post Sports Illustrated. Put him on the cover. The headline was hand him. The Heisman, a few sees classmates even wrote a song dedicated Heisman campaign. Atropine. The way Percy singleton described it every game, fellow primetime event. If people guy that other schools at Ford estate guy, Charlie ward ever come to see him play. And when we came to play Sam Houston at the time, you know they're professional athletes. They play the rockets and play with orders, and you know what we would go. There was some some celebrity coming to see him play because everyone had heard about. Not only was he a star athlete. He was smooth operator a charmer, and that played well into the crowds of women who are now flocking to Steve's. Apparently that as far back as grade school, that's Katina vizo remembered him. She's the mother of these first child. As back in, I think you say he wrote me a little letter input in locker. Kaunda funny can remember things, but I know he wrote me a letter and we just saw any. We'll come boyfriend was Steve again, high school. Funny Sealy about every little thing, but he's good guy course. You know, cazar guys. What do you mean by that? I will this only I guess, gera- fan or whatever. He had his look flings or whatever. Just after Steve graduated, high school Katina gave birth to a baby. Boy. I know I was pregnant and I had him in September. We graduated in may. And after that he went off to college sound a yearbook, and I told me you go to college, you just forget about. He was like I, he would like, well, I'm not gonna college almost can help you with the with the baby like, no, you go ahead and go to college. So he told me the first Mr.. Right? I, but then we just went us every way by then Stephen Ori met, Sheila McNair? Yes. Steve McNair started seeing Sheila McNair no relation. She will become the mother of his second child. Oh, God was this is Adam melodic play begin vest which I had already graduate and I was in the gym, but I just have. And looking. No, but you know, I didn't never think so my fingers. I'm. They we met up, but you know, I never knew about him playing for about a nigga. We had went down there and visit him everything. You know how new he he playing football. He was about I was watching nude one day and they did something from Mali on TV. It was somebody football and I seen him. I was like, hey, play. I don't even and new Nitin about, but he was such a gym. He was VERA. Nice. Ultimately, their relationship conservancies rising stardom either. Yeah, we inundating. We end up dating. I went to our cone semester jail site. The two together in tandem, Steve's fame and the number of women vying for his attention state was popular and the girls around the campus and in girls from other universities were specifically coming on a campus of all Cohen just to see Steve McNair. They would throw rocks up to his window to get his attention. And I guess he as in the other young man will be flattered, ballads girls being excited about him. I don't know necessarily yet in type of relationships with all of them, but but they certainly were after him, Steve played along with the ladies to though Jerry Fletcher, the backup quarterback at all corn saw it firsthand, won't particular play. I remember when we were just southern and they had a lady over there. I guess she was from the news to real pretty. Steve told me that Fletch I'm gonna get a good look at her if I'm run out of bounds and she kinda get a cool look at. And I promise you the next play somehow he ran out of bounce and ran almost ran over and look the dead in the phases. One one thing that's got to me when he was a senior in nineteen ninety four. He finished third in the Heisman voting that was the year when the attention reached a whole new level nineteen ninety four. We'd be just steak and we live out of the state in in me him and a couple of guys. We got into a limo at the jets. They ballgame didn't even know Steve's hand on them. But then here, right? And we had a limo. And we went to this club where they had, they knew it was coming. So they had the VIP. And I can tell you it was a two hundred women than line. Dead's is shake his hand hugging, kissing the Mona full here. It would just how we looking for, like what in the world of. Then Houston Oilers pick Steve number three. Overall in the NFL draft. The Oilers later moved to Nashville and become the Tennessee titans. And that's received, became a bona fide star a household name. He led the titans within one yard of winning Super Bowl, thirty four in January two thousand. Then he shared the MVP award in two thousand three with Peyton Manning. She became the face of the titans franchise for nearly a decade. But Steve wasn't just a great quarterback. He was a great African American quarterback. He'd risen to the highest levels of the NFL not from Alabama or from USC. He came from old corn state. I think you can argue that his fame was elevated because of what he represented for young black quarterbacks everywhere. Bryant mix was another witness. The meteoric rise. Bryant played defensive end it all corn and got drafted by the Oilers one year after Steve did he hung out with Steve a lot during his early NFL DS, I in Houston and. In tennessee. People threw him for stars. You know, different people like we met, you know, Robert ory and Akim lodger Juan and Clyde Drexler and all those guys like that. You know, I met them baseball just being with Steve and all of them treated him like he was God. I'm like, wow, and I was amazing. You know, I'm like, wow, man, you know y'all guys already there, we just getting started, but you know you just he had something that everybody enjoyed being around. I asked Brian, what was it like going to the club with Steve? Oh God, it was unreal and man. It was some of the most beautiful women I seen ever before in sometimes you know what? We went these different city God, they will be flocking those hotels like it was unreal, and I'm talking about from every city we went in, they would be and just throwing stuff. Eddie. There was one issue though. Steve was married two years after he was drafted. Even though he already had two children by two different women, Steve married, Michelle, Cartwright, classmate of his from all corn state. He'd been a member of the golden girls, the dance team that performed at halftime football games. Michelle had been there during these rise to fame. She had seen the way the people reacted just a meeting. Her husband obviously do the circumstances of his death. The public knows now that Stephen gauge extramarital affairs. I wonder though how much Michelle, no, here's what duck Simpson told me. Michelle was aware of states indiscretions and a lot of time she would talk about them and so forth. I think she was a little bit a no way and should have been. But at the same time, that's the price you pay for being married to a celebrity. Her situation was not unique at all. Most of the celebrity males, ah, gonna be tempted. Do a lot of things. Doc. Simpson was in a unique position within the McNair family. He was not an immediate family member, but he was one of the few people St. would actually listen to. So he can act as an impartial mediator when family issues arose. Lucille would even ask Dr talked to Steve sometimes when she wanted to send a message. If he was drinking too much. For example, when Michelle was upset about something St. was doing, she would go to doc to doc had no Michelle since she and Stephen started dating back and call it. There wasn't really anything could do to help her though when it came to seize infidelity. Now, my hope issue on it was that the fact that stay was celebrity and it was an attractive man. All kind of women will going to be pulling up to him mayor women on their women and that no age barriers. In terms of that and young man gonna be flattered whether they carry out an act or not. It's like, wow, she looks like beyond saying she wants. Me when you have money, you suddenly become more attractive than ever before. And I think he was flattered by that talk told me it St. would go as far as the pick fights with Michelle. So you could leave the house. Then Michelle overtalked back dock says Steve would respond quote, you wanna get divorce using almost as threat. I tried reaching out to Michelle McNair to see if she would speak to me for this podcast. I sent her lawyer list of topics I wanted to discuss, but through lawyer, she declined to comment. Another person caught in the middle of the Machel's fights. Chris wall sees bodyguard. Chris worked for St. for about ten years. He's one of the bodyguards shadow Steve whenever he went out and about Chris, oh, a lot of things that duck Simpson probably been c. c.'s Brahmin man and my job was not to instruct him, baby him, teach him anything. My job would just make sure whatever he decided to do that, that I was there to make sure that a he was taking care of relationship wise. Like I said, I'm not going from firm deny any relationship that he had outside of Qasimi where they have been rumors about certain things. Absolutely. Chris agreed with doc. The Michelle was aware St. was sleeping around absolutely said it even got to the point where Michelle would ask Chris to report back to her on. We're St. was going at night. Chris returned, Stephen, say, quote, your girls calling me wanting. Know what you're doing. You only get your shit together. Her sister. It was almost like funny at times they would go out and Steve ABI a one spot and they will go to another spot and they would try to find that where we were so they didn't wouldn't be the same by the we were. And it was kind of a a joke at first, then it got to the point where will you know every time St. went out somewhere. One away was win is going to be home and the there was a lot of that going on years ago. And I told I told both of them. I think different times that I'm not a babysitter. I'm not going to report back for either one of you. I'm not gonna sit here and do a monologue on who's doing what and where. I mean, y'all grown people and I'm not a counselor, but at the same time, you know, I work for Steve McNair. Evidently he was unhappy with his marriage. He was so unhappy that a few years before he died Steed side rent a condo in downtown Nashville where you could get away from his wife. The Kanda was at one, oh, five, Leah avenue. Just a few blocks away from Broadway and all the honky tonk bars in Nashville in about a mile from the titan stadium. By all accounts, this Connolly rented was not a lavish place. There was a living room and kitchen on the first floor and two bedrooms upstairs. Each level was about six hundred square feet, which is small even for New York City of -partment. Steve apparently didn't do much to decorate either on the counter. There was a sign that read quote, never be broke money, but there wasn't much else didn't really look like someone lived there. But the condo served its purpose. It was a private place for Steve could take his mistresses. Notice I said, mistresses plural. Listen the Nashville police question way. Neely a friend who shared the condo with McNair. Do I personally. Obsolete. You ever been? I've seen him but physically shape for hand of senior basically got the audible. Got yes, zoom. They think that that had asked you today that that would be something that may help lead us direction or something that that you think we all know. I mean, if it stayed on, we got into everything out, wrote me. Pushy and being really. Just the way it was. Doc, Samson solve this happening Steve sleeping around getting a little too cavalier with his personal life. And you decide to say something Stephen, Docker standing outside a hotel in Nashville in fans were approaching Steve asking for autographs. One woman actually pulled down her blouse in ask for Steve decide abreast as remember, Kobe Bryant. That's it. He's very wealthy and he could have flown in a girly and he didn't need to get with a stranger and sitting and see how it damaged his Karroubi participating NSA. You don't want that. But again, as it when you're young and flattered by different come of women that happens so is just unfortunate. But that's why feel so certain that perhaps he had had some type of integration with somebody's wife. That's why doc Simpson thinks it's entirely plausible that Steve was found castrated with his penis shoved in his mouth doctors at Steve slept around with wrong woman. And that's the reason he wound up dead talk feels guilty now that he wasn't more assertive all those years ago that he didn't speak up more. He really can relied on my wisdom and I hate so badly that he didn't follow my vice regarded as women because I, I want him. I want him about Kobe Bryant and that episode and and Hugh he was lying to me. I'm not. I'm not the issue are. Stephen apparently living this way for several years. When one day he started flirting with Dave and Buster's waitress named Jenny Kazimi. The woman who allegedly murder him six months later. Still to come on fall of titan sample. My phone has been Steve McNair and it pulls up his picture and I come back and I'm like, God that Steve McNair got, she's dating football player, hang in that conversation that would indicate that he was going to paint a like much else. Twenty. Shouldn't be out drinking. Kim.

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RTFP #903: Greg Cosell

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

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RTFP #903: Greg Cosell

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As well, which I know you guys are very excited about, well, not the final mad and we're like the second one of twelve, but the the man winner for this week before we tell you how to win next week how you win in life is talk and surround yourself with people that are smarter than you. Right? So like that's why I have Andrew brand on Stanford guy. That was an executive wasn't agent more knowledgeable on that subject in me, I like to learn. I like to be well, I wouldn't say, well, read, I read mainly stuff on my phone, but I like to be well informed. I guess I would say sanding the Greg Cosell and breaking down the tape. It's big Showtime. All right, Gregg. Every week we get a chance to talk to you and I love it to get your breakdown of what you've seen. And it does seem like we spend a lotta time on quarterbacks, but rightfully so. And I know it was a week ago at this point, but I still gotta get your thoughts on what you saw from Baker Mayfield and his first NFL regular season action as well as Sam darnold because there was a perception that that Donald really didn't play. Well, let's start with Mayfield. I thought feel played well, and I think what's what stood out immediately without decisive. He was with his reads and throws there was no hesitation roster his game at all. He knew where he wanted to go with the ball when he didn't have his initial read right away. He came off it within timing. Now we'll see how that develops. As me feel plays more and defenses. Get a book on him, but he did. Play that way in college. I think the strength of his game is working between the numbers. He's got a quick compactor livery, and he throws with excellent velocity on the short intermediate throws between the numbers. That to me is the strength of his game, and he's a willing thrower of the football. I know it was a week ago, but when he hit Landry for thirteen yards down to about the five yard line on that winning TD drive, that was a really tight window throw, and he turned it loose. What about Greg? The the notion, I think I saw Jamal Adams jet safety said, well, hey, we didn't game plan at all for him. Do you think that that will make a big difference this week or in subsequent weeks? I guess especially this week, meaning, you know, whoever they're playing, are you a believer that that will make a big difference that they'll really be keyed in his strengths and weaknesses? The raiders will be as opposed to the jets who were really focused on tyrod Taylor's gain? Well, that's always something now we have to look for for sure that's true for every quarterback as they grow and mature. He's played one game and it's just been a little more than a half. And now teams will be game planning against his strengths and weaknesses tied into what the Browns do authentically with their concepts, and then we'll get a feel as you know, Ross were so quick to either anoint or two today. Downgrade players based on performance or two. So let this play out over time Mayfield as a natural thrower of the football. It comes out quick. It comes out fast. He throws with velocity. He's a quick decision maker, but now teams will look to him and game plan for him within the context of that offense and it will. It will take time to determine what he is. It's funny to Greg. I look at different things like, you know, he fumbled and Tonio picked it up. You know, the narrative might have been a little bit different if Tonio doesn't pick that up to, you know, I mean, there's so many variables into, let's say narrative because at that play, the bottom line point is Mayfield performance would have been absolutely no different than it was. We're evaluating mayfield's performance, you know, score of game statistics. Those are asides. You also have to evaluate a quarterback in a vacuum and isolate how he played with his skill set and what he did from the other factors in the game. What about darnold on the other side, Greg? What'd you see from him. Donald had a tough game, and then you know, we've talked for these first two weeks and even through the preseason about the style of quarterback. He is that he's just sort of a naturally phonetic player, but usually he plays with com- is even though his body movement tends to be frenetic. Well, this was a game where his unsettled foot work in balance, did result in ball placement issues. And there were snaps in this game where his frenetic movement tendencies did breakdown design of some route concepts and the timing of it. So this was a game where those tendencies of his which may be just built into the way he plays posed some issues. He was a little scattershot in this game, so we'll see going forward some of the issues he had at USC which concern some when they evaluated him showed up in this game. Now, again, that this doesn't mean that he's not going to be a good player off, but he's going through a learning process. He got anointed after week, one against the lions. And then Monday night game. Now he's going to go through the learning curve that all young and if l. quarterbacks go through. What about you said the things that concern people when he was at USC, what? What are those other than? Is there some other than like the frenetic thing you talked about? Well, I think there was some concerns his last year at USC with his consistent ball placement. He was not as accurate as he needs to be to play. Well, we can in week out at the NFL level. I think the final interception he threw to Schober it in the fourth quarter was somewhat Representative of some of the concerns with darnold. His feet were frenetic in the pocket. He didn't see the open receiver on the progression side within the timing of the drop. Then he dropped his eyes. Then he made a panic throw. So I'm again that that's the negative extreme. I don't think he's gonna play like that on a regular basis, but that was a critical situation and some. Of the negative tendencies showed up. Last week. When we talked, I asked you about Pat Mahomes and you said it was hard to evaluate them against the Steelers because of how many mistakes they made defensively. What about this week against the forty Niners because it looked like at least scoring in statistically wise. It looked like it was almost a tale of two Avs. Let them up in the first half. I'm curious to find out what was the first half in the second half. Well, it's funny because I didn't think he was quite a sharp in this games. He wasn't the first two gained, but his throwing ability and the design at a cheese passing game is really producing big numbers. I mean, his throwing ability is off the charts as we know. And I think when all said and done Mahomes fits the way Andy Reid wants to play with spread formations, misdirection elements, aggressive, intermediate, and deeper route concepts. And one thing you can say about Padma homes, and I've always been a believer in this, and I really liked this about his game is he is not afraid to turn. Loose Ross, and I think in the NFL. Sure. Is there a balanced as to win to turn it loose on some tough throws versus not sure there is, but when all said and done, I think to play at a high level consistently in this league, you have to turn a loose. You and Troy Aikman talks about that all the time. When he does games. You know, there's times you gotta turn loose and Pat Mahomes turns a loose now and he can make any throw at any time. What about Josh Allen bills? Got a surprising win up in Minnesota, and I was really anxious to hear what what you saw from him and his first road start. Oh, you mean you didn't have that game picked. You didn't have them going into Minnesota and winning the way I did. I had to pick. I had the Vikings winning. I'm outta my knockout pull as a result. Oh, okay. I thought everybody had the bill's going in there and winning big. You know, it's funny. I think the bills did an outstanding job. He's a young quarterback. We've talked about him. He's a young quarterback. That's a little undisciplined. A little reckless needs a lot of work, and I thought they did an outstanding job with their game plan to design basic concepts and defined throws. And what I mean by that there are a lot of screens. There are a lot of flat routes. There are a lot of one on ones on the perimeter that don't recall require reading. So. And then of course, the touchdown to Jason crew was was a play designed play that was that set up a defined read and a relatively easy throw. So I think at this point they understand that Allen is somewhat limited in his progression reading development. So they had a minimize that now on the few deeper drops, he was very quick to break down and leave the pocket. There's still a recklessness and a lack of discipline to his game that needs to be cleaned up. Now he may always be. A little bit of a gunslinger Ross. He may be one of those guys. You know, we'll see there. There's he has that quality at some level that does need to be channel to some degree, but they really did a good job setting him up with the kinds of throws that didn't require him to do a lot of mental work. Yet. One of the other games I definitely wanted to hit on with you was the eagles and the colts really from both perspectives as we see the first game for Carson Wentz this year. And the third game for Andrew luck. Why don't we start with wince. Yeah, I think that the the eagles well, first of all, the eagles are playing right now to compensate for the fact that they don't have much at wide receiver. So keep this in mind in this game about two-thirds of their offensive snaps at either two or three tight ends on the field Ross that is very, very rare in today's NFL when you agree. Yep. They started that they started the game in thirteen personnel, and I didn't know if there is I, I didn't know. Perkins was just going to play wide receiver all game. Correct. And he's there most athletic tight end because he's really just a big wide receiver body type wise. So yes, you're right. In fact, thirteen personnel, meaning one back in three tight ends was their most used personnel package in the game, and they came out with empty sets and the three wide receivers. Excuse me, the three tight ends and they went tempo and they've tried to get Carson Wentz into the game. But with comfortable throws because when you go empty like that. There's usually not deep drops because you don't have pass protection. So you know the ball comes out quick. They tried to get him comfortable. You know, I thought went for his first game back was solid. I wouldn't say more than that. I thought they were a few snaps here and there where he did not eliminate an isolate quickly enough which was to be expected. I thought at times has ball placement was not as precise as it needed to be all these things to me were expected. His first game back and I'm anxious to see how they continue going forward. I assume they're gonna, you know, Jeffery alshon Jeffery will be back at some point, but they're playing now to compensate foreign camouflage. The fact that they don't have a lot of wide receivers. Right? I thought he looked good. I mean, I thought he held the ball little bit at times, but that was an issue for him. I thought before that you know that at times he would hold it a little bit too long. I don't know what he was thinking on the interception. You mean the interception was actually just a poor ball placement, throw. If you watch the tape of that or was open if he put it on outside, he threw an inside. So that was it's easy to look at that and say, you know, terrible, terrible decision. It wasn't a terrible decision. It was just a terrible throat. What about on the other side? Andrew luck. There's alive statistics out there. Greg, about the lack of throwing the ball down the field. They pulled him off for the hail Mary this he look, does he look like the old Andrew luck to you? Well, through three games, he's not driving the ball down the field by design. They're not calling much of that. So my guess is they're not calling that because they probably don't feel he's ready to do that. Now we can debate whether that's good or bad. This is just what the tape shows. He did miss an easy touchdown, which might well have given the colts of victory when he made a very inaccurate throat, Eric Hebron, who is wide open on a high ridge zone, play late in the third quarter and luck left the ball. Well short, I mean, that was, and that was not a difficult throw, and that's a throw that just has to be made. So if you look at his three games, you'd say, overall, he's he's doing okay, but he's missing some things and they're not pushing the ball down the field at all, which again gets back to the point that that may well be by designed by the coaching staff because they don't feel he can do that yet. Right that. That's interesting. I don't mind the, I don't mind the hail. Mary thing. I just was curious about. You know whether or not he doesn't. You feel like he's lacking zip on even as intermediate throws? Well, I don't think he's lacking Zampa when he throws the ball ten to fifteen yards. Those are theoretically not hard throws so so no, the throws they're asking him to make. I don't think he's lacking zip, but we're not seeing him really, you know, throw it down the field. A feel like we have to talk about Ryan tannehill and the Miami Dolphins. Great. There are three. No, and it sounds like at least typically that he's just been playing solid football and I think that's the best way to describe it. I mean, I think they're offenses is fairly multiple under Adam gays. I think they do some cool things. I mean, they had the two touchdowns on sorta those. I mean, they're technically past plays what they really jet sweep concepts just with tosses, I thought tannahill overall was pretty refined in this game with his sense of timing, and I thought he threw with consistent accuracy. You know, I think he's within the context of their offense, which is pretty multiple Adam. Gates has always been that way. I think ten hill is playing very efficient football. I think a question going forward for their offense is can devote a the Bundy Parker. Finally give them anything. I mean, he didn't make vertical catch on a great throw by ten. Hill. It was a precise ball placement throw, and Parker is, is theoretically your ideal acts. He's built like AJ green. He's an ex, he's the single receiver to the mound ry, and that's what you want him to be. And if he can give them a vertical dimension, they have a lot of weapons. Yeah, they really do. I mean, it looked like grant and Wilson those guys can fly Greg, and Kenny stills can get vertical too. I mean, that's another phenomenal. Throw that Kenny hill made your, I'm sure you saw. Yes, thirty four years down to stills. You couldn't have placed the ball any better than if you just handed to him. No, I saw that that was really, really impressive. What about what about he li- manning, Greg. First couple of weeks weren't real good, and he came out and the giants really needed him to play that well, and he did. Yeah. I thought that he li- played really, really well. I mean, he only didn't complete four passes. I thought it was. He was really good in this game. And you know, I thought that the giants did a really nice job. It was a lot of quick game. A lot of rhythm throws the ball, got out of Manning's hands fast. As you know, they benched Eric flowers and put Chad Wheeler in at right, tackle former USC. Free agent is actually pretty athletic and clearly Wheeler had some bad snaps in one on one protection versus JJ watt. He's not the first guy to have bad snaps in one on one protection versus what. But the structure of the giants pass game with its quick game, timing emphasis compensated for and camouflaged that mismatch enough for manning could be highly efficient. So it was really, really well done. And I think they did some nice things that final drive when they to wrap it up the game sealing drive that ended with a touchdown to shepherd. Ally was six for six for seventy six yards. Some very good throws very efficient. I, it was a well designed game plan approach, and they knew about their all line and they knew they had a compensate for it, and they did a really good job. Yeah, that was that was one of the more impressive games of the week for them to be able to go in there and get that win. I guess the last thing we should probably talk about Greg is just the patriots offense, you know? And I mean isn't simple as to say that they don't have anybody other than grunk. Well, that was one of my most fun games to watch Ross their their offense for this reason. And it's easy to say mattress knows them and he does, but right now with that omen skill out and with Gordon a total unknown when it gets to third down, there's two guys. You gotta take away rob gronkowski and James white. So what did Matt Patricia do? This was absolutely brilliant. I was I was watching the tape and loving. This is what I love about watching Tate. So he played with seven defensive backs on third down which is often called dollar, you know, as opposed to die Mer or nickel. So he played with seventy -fensive backs. He doubled rob gronkowski on third down and he did it with a corner and safety. So we had athletic players on 'em. He put a corner or essentially a safety quandary digs, but he's played corner. He put him on James white. So you double gronk. You put a safety on white and what did he then do as well, which comes right out of the Bill Bill checkbook, what we call the bullseye technique. He had the whitest edge rusher on the side of white run right at white and attack him so that he couldn't get into his route and get out within the timing of the route for people who really remember. That's exactly what we Bill Belichick did Marshall Faulk in the Super Bowl when the patriots beat the Rams the greatest show on. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So he stole a page from Bella check and obviously Patricia was not with the patriots in two thousand and one, but that's what he did. It was a beautifully designed on third down. The patriots were only I believe, two for nine on third down and they dominated on third down. It was it was beautiful design and it came out of seventy -fensive backs personnel. And it seemed like to Greg offensively. He knew that bell Jack would just be worried about the receivers and Stafford and play a lot of too deep stuff. All right. Bellichik knows we can't run it. So let's run. Let's let's run it and of play. Keep away in that way. Yeah, but I just think the the defensive part was to me just so much fun to watch because, hey, when did the patriots score? One touchdown in a game and ten points, you know, that doesn't happen very often, and it's easy to say they don't have great wide receivers right now. But then as a defense. You have to design stuff that recognizes that and plays to that and Matt Patricia, just it's such a good job of understanding that their third down offense is about rob gronkowski and James white, and because you're playing with seventy -fensive backs, you could play man coverage across the board, even doubling gronk and still have three corners, playing man to man on their three wide receivers. So there was a brilliant strategy, Greg, I love it. I love when you get beautiful and brilliant. I love when you get that incited. Thanks man. I rust appreciate it. It cracks me up when Greg starts like you can tell getting excited. All Ross, it's beautiful. It's brilliant. It's beautiful. And the really cool thing about that is you can go right now and look at exactly what Greg was talking about in terms of the lions and how they played the patriots on third down in that dollar coverage, that dollar personnel grouping at NFL game pass, and you can do it for free if you use NFL dot com, slash Ross Tucker, football, think about how cool that is. So you can go in there and you can see what he talked about in terms of doubling grunk with a corner and a safety. I mean, think about it's now it's not as easy to do that when they've got other guys that are healthy and playing. But I'll say this just based on what Greg said, I'll go back on NFL game pass and check out whether it's probably the all. Twenty two more so than the condensed game for that one because I wanna see it, but how Chris HOGAN and Philip door set and Cordeiro Patterson, not able to beat man to man coverage. I mean, those guys have to be able to beat man to man, coverage have to. So I'm looking forward to going back and looking at now I bought NFL game pass. I already did the free trial already have it, but you guys can just check it out and see how awesome it is for your team for just going back and watching some of the things that Greg talks about so that you actually can see it and can learn. If you listen to this podcast, you like to be a little bit entertained by my goofiness at times. But you also like to be well informed. It's why so many of you love Greg days. You love Andrew days, and that's what NFL game pass helps you become as well. It helps you become a better fan, a more knowledgeable fan. It helps should be. Come more well informed whether it's the all twenty two angle that the pros, the coaches and the elite civilians like Greg Cosell us or the condense games which are also really helpful for me. Like if I'm looking at, you know, doing a Monday night sideline or I'm looking at. Whoever the eagles are playing that week to condense game is a great way to be able to see both sides of the ball game flow quickly. And of course, like Russell said, the big saints fan to great way to be able to go back and watch your team's game. If you don't have direct TV or whatever to be able to watch all them. So here's the deal. Here's how you get that seven day free trial of NFL game pass. You just go to NFL dot com. Slash Ross Tucker, football, NFL dot com. Slash Ross Tucker football for the seven day free trial, which is very, very cool and a great thing for you guys to check out and try game on. All right. Bri a bunch of injury news to get to as well. It's not good for the patriots as they put running back Rex Burkhead and linebacker. John Bentley on I r birkhead with a neck injury, and they were really counting on him to be productive for them this year, especially these first four games with Eshelman out. That's a shame and their vaunted running back depth has already dwindled after the Gillislee hill got hurt, burkhead's hurt to mazing how quickly that happens. And Bentley as a, you know, late round pick it really been a find linebacker to replace those guys. They signed John Siamese kind of versatile, doodle linebacker and Kenyan Barner who had spent some time with them. I think earlier in can't maybe even earlier this season as that eagles titans game, good news for both these, but especially the eagles alshon Jeffery cleared for contact. So. Oh, he's back and it looks like play Sunday was a full participant in practice yesterday. That'd be huge because they really, really are lacking at the wide receiver position could really use Jeffrey back out there. So that's a good sign for the titans. Marcus mariota will start pretty remarkable really. When you think about the fact that he really, you know, can't grip up all the way he wants to. You've heard Dr Chow on the medical minute can't throw the ball the way he wants to totally pretty remarkable that he's their best option of quarterback. That'll be very interesting to watch on Sunday for sure. Other notes, saints, resigned, Brandon Tate, Texas safety, Andre hall. His lymphoma is in remission, which is a great sign. Last thing I guess I would say is just Chris Conte who got stiff armed by Vance McDowell looked really bad. We all kind of made fun of him for. Joked about it. I'll just say this that guys played eight years sort of close to one hundred games and my guys are freaking warrior. And guess what? Sometimes you get them and sometimes they get you and they had to put him on IRA because he's playing out there with a torn PCL. So that even shed a little bit more. Like I mean, it was a vicious, stiff arm. McDonald deserves a lot of credit for it. It looked bad for Conti, but you know what, like I said, I get run over sometimes. Sometimes I ran over them, their NFL players. It's hard. It happens. Jeez, and finally Ross, we have a huge game tonight. The Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Rams. What do you think. This is a tough one for me Bri because the Rams are playing so well and they're playing at home, but they're without their top two corners. And I also feel like the Vikings were kind of embarrassed by their performance against the bills, and I expect them to bounce back in a major way. The problem is no Everson Griffen really hurts the Vikings. So. As you heard yesterday, I feel a little bit differently with the spread with the Vikings and then getting the points, but straight up. The Rams are just playing too. Well, right now short week at home. I'll go with the Rams to win this game. I think it's going to be like twenty four twenty maybe twenty three twenty. The Rams win. The biking's have a pretty good defense. I don't expect them to get torched and even at the Vikings can try to take advantage of feeling and digs against the backup corners for the Rams they still have to deal with Aaron, Donald and Adama consumer and that de line which isn't easy either. So I will ultimately go ahead and I'll take the LA Rams to win a close one twenty three to twenty. But I'm telling you, I would not be surprised at the Vikings one. That's why on the even money podcast. Yesterday I put money on the Vikings because I like them with those points. But if we're going straight up here, still lean to the loss Angeles Rams, but I really, I really don't feel great about it. I really think that there's a decent chance that they're able to go in there and they're able to get get it done. Devices are able to get it done. Tonight should be at any rate and awesome. Awesome game, speaking of awesome. I love finding out about new things for you guys that you might really enjoy like Robin Hood. 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Detroit City of Champions  Episode 17 The Golden Huddle  Special Guest Tom Eurich  Part 1

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Detroit City of Champions Episode 17 The Golden Huddle Special Guest Tom Eurich Part 1

"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT Network visit www dot podcast detroit dot com for more information. Nineteen thousand, five, the Lions win the NFL championship. The Detroit Tigers take a world series against the red wings bring home mode standards. Joe Lewis begins his rise to world domination. This transforms the motor city into Detroit sitting of champion. It is game time game side Jamie, Detroit city champions. Just really excited about today we're doing the podcast really excited about today we were alluding to it all the whole show last time. I'm really excited. That is so Detroit city of champions. It's a trilogy of books written by Charles. Davison. Jamie Flanagan just just enjoying the ride in listening to stories and Charles has been sharing some stories with me about people he met along the way and you have like a special appendix called tales of traveling storyteller tales of a traveling storyteller, and in that he tells that he talks about some amazing fascinating and wonderful people that he met as. Gathered the story motivated. Inspired him to tell stories just bringing the story back with I. Mean it was such like just you know the the road that going to art shows and different things You know there's been so many like what I came to realize early on the project was this because it was so forgotten that. Part of the story of the city of champions you know this, there's a city of champions that happened back in one, thousand, thirty five. But then there's also like the modern day effort to bring the story back and so this, this is a story. This is a timeline of the city of champion story which extends from nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, five, from thirty, four, thirty, five. All the way through today. Then everyone that is part of it. That's what senator for everybody that's listening for everybody tell somebody about this for everybody that does anything regarding the city of champion story you are part of the larger story of this effort of bringing back the greatest season to ever take place in the history of American Sport and today one of those people that is is. Really important in having captured. So just some. Important we have the honour haven't on the show with us today Tom Tom, Eric, time, European with my body. Well, thank you for having me listening to Charles Brings Back a lot of memories because when I was a young boy. Growing up my father always told me about the city of champions and I really didn't know just who they all encompassing just how big it was and dad said, well, that was the lions tigers and red wings, but there was moulder Hagen but the rest and Charles is put this all together to to to never forget just what happened on the city of. And I'll introduce Tom. Just a little bit more to is that Tom I Thomason Gamal today I forgot how it was that you and I met like I, I'm really like I'm trying to remember exactly. Where we met, but it's because it's been. So Long I've known you for ten years. I'll tell you exactly how I. Remind me my stockbroker was a man by the name was Mr Bill Williams. In. Years and it just so happened that he went to the nineteen thirty five championship. Game. witnessed. Okay and I told him that I interviewed a night tigers the line, the old really a. Football. So yeah so I gotTA. Say you've gotTA listen to he? He went to the game and he saw the game and his favorite player was Ernie Cadel. Yeah. Number One. Yup and he said that he he and his mother were were Kinda poor you gotta remember this was the Great Depression lines as long as you could see so his mother bought him an old shirt. And they put a one night and and he went to school as Ernie. CADEL. That's awesome and I gave him the tape that you have the video and when he heard Ernie, cadel's voice his son who's also working at the Stock Exchange said, his dad cried really does all of those years he was earning cadel he was in the Korean War and he always talked about the nineteen thirty. Yeah. So basically, he's like he's like you know like they nowadays, they sell jerseys for players. He's making his own back then because they couldn't even really by his mother made him and put a one on a so-called went to school and he was earning cadel and when he heard his voice on the tape are on the show. His son junior told me that he cried and I gave him a shirt of and he worked to the day. City champions. So how how? Did I meet him at a show in the no I was. I was in his office and believe it or not he had your. Book Okay. And I called. And I caught I your father because I didn't were wealthier. Father gave me your telephone number and that's how we yeah because I remember when we met it was that we met at a I think it was a little It was like a it was like a restaurant. It was like a coney island we and you were hanging out and I remember when I first met you it was Like the first year I was doing this. I mean, this is back in two, thousand eight and I remember it was like like I mean follow like the first person that I could that really could connect with because I was I was bit by the city of champions, bog solar you and it was evident from the very first day. You're like Tom was like you both crack crackheads for at. The Holiday Inn Board Michigan and. Gave you material Kushner Gotten? We exchange serve. As we've. been. Friends. Ever since and I I look every every once in a while you pop up into these know the different stores I'm these the the markets out at Laurel, Park and twelve oaks nobody wants to come come and see me I mean there we talk city champions all day, and you can also buy some stuff to. Tom POPs in there every once in a while and every time when you walk through the door Thomas, just whatever I'm doing. It's like I'm really excited to see in. There's really I mean you've been such a major supporter of like I mean it's been it's your friendship with you. It's been fantastic and I've just I've. Just. I'm really excited bring out here in. Because you've got some really great stuff to tell the world and I can't like this is not just to let the viewer listener viewer No. I'm hoping to do like two three potential even four episodes of Tom if we can get them in here for this because we've got a ton of stuff to talk about. Absolutely. Take your time. Tell us your stories guess We'll let me just. What let me prime the pump just a little bit. Okay. So one of the what what was the demand is sitting here time uric So this is I'm just gonNA. Tell us a little bit over because I want you to tell the entire story. Okay. So. So there was so in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, there was a fiftieth anniversary of the Detroit Lions, first NFL championship and it was called the gold and huddle and so tom it. Tom was there okay and not only was tom there but he made recordings will you told me? He kinda help facilitate and get that ball. Tom Tom Tom's going to get the story, but I just want like give me with Tom was there and not only was he there. But he like I mean he made a series of interviews which we actually have in our possession we're not gonNA. Get into that too deep on this episode that's what I want to bring back. We're GONNA do this episode I want to talk about how this entire Party came about because the story itself is fascinating and I'll. Talk about how? Like say like Tom was tom it wasn't just the interviews that he did, which are fascinating it, which actually use a lot of in this book in my third book But it was, but he actually like literally talk to these guys for three hours that are not on tape, and that's what I WANNA try to drag out of his brain because he's got some fantastic stories. Can I go back to my beginning in one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, bring it. Tom Tom Tell me about your childhood. College. In nineteen fifty seven. Neighbor reminder a high school friend of mine called and he said George Halas that was his last year with the bears as a coach, and so I ran over and I just caught him and he was going out the door to the car and I held out. George Hill is Mr Halis. Who is the greatest quarterback? You ever saw play in your career he said Dutch Clark Portsmouth. That's all. That's all he said. I went back home and my dad said, did you see George said yeah and I asked him who was the greatest quarterback and he said, Dutch Clark. I Sit Portsmouth and I said Dad, you know anything about Dutch Clark. He says I think he played for the lions what nine, hundred, Fifty, seven we didn't have an Internet we had nothing. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three. We had a furniture store in. Dearborn and one of our customers came in and who played with the Pittsburgh steelers and he took me down to see Bobby Wayne play an exhibition game and was called upstairs to the press box. I sat with Art Rooney who was with the steelers at the time and I asked him the same question who was the greatest quarterback you would ever saw and he said Portsmith Dutch Clark Detroit. Then in nineteen eighty-five what an honor to sit down with the actual players that played with. What what's the chances of that? That's incredible. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. So that's that's what I'm saying like the failure of George House, we've mentioned on the show a couple times already in especially his rivalry with with potsy Clark and. So the fact that the fact that George Halas with down the road say claim Dutch Clark to be. The best quarterback ever is because he because Halas had some great quarterbacks along the way too. So for him to. To actually go back and talk about his rival like that. You know bring out Dutch and say he's the man I mean that's an that's an honour. Well, not always credible I thought. Maybe, bobby lean be but he was playing the lions the next day and I think. I don't think he wanted to. But I would have thought but that but the bears had had tons of great quarterbacks I. Mean They had a they had a whole. Sydney. Halas was the was the coach that was a coach and a team for forty years. Arisen Greens played for that team was and there's so many guys. Yeah. There's so many guys that he could have listed and so for him to say Dutch Clark, I, mean, my God it's. Then I'll tell you how I got through the Golden Huddle. So that was the name of the fiftieth year anniversary. Yes. I can be the pig out of been here in by but anyway I but all interior to work for a little sports shop that took people and travels to like the Chicago to what is eighty four, the Tigers you know when they're. In this little sport shops started up. So I volunteered and my time was I would get to go on a ride he'll be. What a lady a lady walked in and that's she was selling from. W car. Advertising and she asked me if I'd like to do sports I said, yes, and that's how I got into radio. Then I was reading the paper that Detroit city a champions in Nineteen eighty-five was honoring the championship and I thought I little travel service would that would be an opportunity could have a little of booth there just promote our travel service and also represent the one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, five, world championship. We had tremendous players came bill them beer came Leeann speaks. Up for like it was that got Wesland Mall. West so It was like. A booth. At the Mall for us to sell travel tickets to get people to know. But in the meantime, we were sponsoring the one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, five. So that was the theme of the. Athletes Game in. Leon. Snakeskin had just beaten Ali. He came to honor it. Ferguson Jenkins came in and some of the great. Stars. K. Line came in. But the only one that came in to represent the nineteen thirty, five, seventy, a champions was eight. Kushner yeah and aid was the was the trainer and and start at the nineteen thirty, four lions. He ruled them from Portsmouth up to Detroit Taylor that that picture because areas. What? What an he gave the largest donation that canton had ever seen. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway, he introduced me and he said he was so honored that it was my idea to represent the nineteen, thirty, five world champions that he personally invited me to the Golden Huddle. He said time come early about four o'clock. The dinner starts at six. I want you to interview the players that actually were import Smith. and. The DETROIT LIONS In hundred thirty four betrayed had two teams. The spartans and they had they were fifteen players short. The build team in the story that they told. Me was unbelievable. Yeah. So Tom Sane is what he's alluding to. This is to actually I like I wish I would have had this conversation before I even did the third book because there are some information that this. What you're about to hear it's not in my book, you need another anti, it's not of my. Appendix Yeah it some. But what Tom's talking about is is. And what the story that we're about to talk about now is what Tom talked with these guys about. Their first hand experiences about moving from Portsmouth to Detroit in their hurdles that they had overcome the obstacles to overcome it's and it's in we talked about the transition between thirty, four and thirty five. Ver that's the varsity versus all star I'm sorry Farsi versus freshman game in potsy turned over this roster with Guys or whatever for the for the for the nineteen thirty, five season. But in thirty foot going into thirty four, it was there was another Rosser transition I didn't like I didn't know this I dive new deeply. But this Tom is to talk about is how when they left Portsmouth at the end nineteen, thirty three. And they were joined become Detroit lions they came to Detroit and they only had half a team and that's what the story times. When. I was introduced when eight took me to the reunion I was there was two tables. The one. Number one was were the actual spartan sat the original Spartan resume spart Clayton what's into Internet field and the other table was the lions crew. There was nine rookies on it teams which I did I did my research and the players. Door last game was December the third, the Portsmouth spartans nineteen, thirty three. That was their last game they. They knew what? There was nobody in the stands at the it was over. So they knew what was over and then the players are saying, where are we going to go and then Dick Richards came in who won't Wjr out right right and and he purchased the team and I've got the exact figure, seven, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine dollars, and eight cents he paid to to liquidate all the indebtedness of a Portsmouth. But now the players thought. Why he's going to take the whole team, we're all going to Detroit. You're going. To do what you gotta remember. Also Dutch Clark was not on that team at thirty three. He was the he was a coach at the Colorado school mine sure and who lifted in nineteen, thirty, two retired because they. Couldn't afford to so the. So all of the team sports was players are telling me that they were so happy that they're all going to be as one as a team and all coming together. Yeah we like us. We're all a team we're going to. Detroit. Didn't work that way. The word, the word came out that they were only going to take fourteen, twelve twelve we're going and the other fourteen were were going to be left behind. And that that really stirred a lot of a lot of headaches. It was very emotional I mean some of these players have been together like a team in Portsmouth the players I've been there twice they the team that city love those players, all their. Yeah they still I've been Donald Portsmouth myself in that Portsmouth spartans team is like I mean it is revered to this day they take stadium, the stadium Jamie Yeah it's like they. It's like they never lacked the stadium they last year they did a they did a a fundraiser because they had to repair some part of the building man this stadium. In the same shape as when the Portsmouth spartans in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty at the end of nineteen thirty-three it's incredible. Stadium is beautiful. Yeah and I highly recommend the people that are listening. If you ever go to Portsmouth. Yeah just go to that stadium and I'm going to give a little plug. Yeah. If you go to the river restaurant, all pictures of the words are and all the the lions. Yeah and when I was there, I saw the waitress I you know I interviewed they they didn't believe when you're eighty years old. I guess they have a beautiful little baseball field. Right next to the. It branch in the stadiums call branch rickey? Field Brennan Ricky is is one of the greatest GM general managers in baseball history He's the guy that brought in Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball, but the stadium's call branch you field because he played in that in that area and branch rickey was one of the driving forces with. It was built during the during the During the Great Depression like it was built in nineteen, thirty five, it was built right after the spartans left in that stadium was built by the CCC, which is like they use the you know like all these there's a ton of stadiums around the country that were built by these you know the civilian conservation. To like this. So anyways. So that's that baseball field is beautiful too and it's like still it's it's also a nice little shake. Louisville. Kentucky, it's a beautifully of the Ohio. Horsemen. It is absolutely worth your rigging back down to the twenty five players. Think that the team is thinking they're going to Detroit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, wishful thinking to recall then word and the players really didn't I think they were notified by letters written that who was going to go and who wasn't going to go there wasn't a red tag. And the left your friends. But breaking up from Portsmouth, you know those players had to go at coming to Detroit, they need it new medical. He didn't know where they were GONNA play they ask Richard where he he didn't have a team to play or a a stadium. Field turned him down, right? Well, of course, Not Tigers at tigers in the middle of the. Incredible. Crank Naven is. The run on your rate NFL team come up and tariff his beautiful name field grass that is not happening and The greatest season. They've ever had on almost a million fans and I did thirty four. They're like looking to come out there and they're going to have the infield all torn up my once again that ain't happening. Didn't didn't. He Richards went out to Ann Arbor and the big house was the big house in thirty four they turned down. Yeah and all of a sudden you a Titan Stadium Brodmann and I found out that the train the lion strained cranbrook. Right. Consequently what here's the players now? You gotta realize it's this team has been together only live in. Front and thirty three there are unrelated but they've been together until. Thirty one found I was doing a little research the Lions Vic Richard signed the contract to become an NFL team on June thirtieth nineteen thirty four. Okay and from what I call I called Canton, and in those days, you couldn't tamper with players contracts. Until you were absolutely a registered, you had the cert I'm a Detroit Lion Yeah. So then that meant that Richards. A Half Akeem. Short had to go out and get eleven or twelve brand new players that come in fresh. They had no draft the draft started in nineteen, thirty six. By Bert Bell. He. He was matter of fact I was at a game when they played the when the Bert Bell in Detroit and we stood for his appetite in Nineteen fifty-six. I've been alliance Fan since nineteen fifty. So, anyway. So here they are these players are all one team from. Portsmouth. Half of them are down here we're going to Detroit, who am I going to play with? Yeah. Who but at the same time in Potsy, they gotta trust because Potsy was one that brought them into well because he did that what he was going. To Charles here's my aunts or my question on potsy. Recruit the how did he know these players because you know these were all collies from Man Policy was that's what we talking about the genius potsy. Clark in Nineteen thirty-one in one, thousand, nine, hundred, foot one week because he took over the Portsmouth spartans in Nineteen thirty-one, it was his first year he flipped he brought in nineteen new guys, nineteen thirty, the spartans were dreadful and they brought him potsy and thirty one he brought in nineteen new guys when he came to Detroit. When he came in one, thousand, thirty, four, it was the thing we said was nine of the guys were still with them when Detroit and it was like five of them were still there when they won the thirty five championship, right? So that's what I'm saying is that is that they've now this is another overhaul that we haven't even talked about really until I been recently talking to. You I didn't even know this is a this is a third overhaul from thirty years that one, thirty, two, thirty, three, thirty, four, three, five, five years. This is the third major team overhaul that we're talking about property. The first one when he first took over the team nine hundred new guys the second one when he comes in Detroit now, we're talking about y'all thirteen new guys how. Many guys got left behind fourteen dollars reports. But yeah. So that's thirteen guys that he's got to bring for that for the thirty four team and then going into into a thirty five, nine new guys, I mean this twenty five man roster. That's what I'm saying potsy knows what he's doing. Everybody kept his core stars in place. So it's common for the time though we're the channel overly. But it's a hell of a thing. Competitive overturning your roster constantly deal. So wh- I was at the reunion like Kushner took to the table and there was the three spartans when I talked to were personnel, ox Emerson and Ernie Cadel. Those free players were the only ones left that played in Portsmouth Yeah and but you were saying they were sitting at two different tables. There was like a click like the original game, the rate he was like the modern. Here, oh these guys they were there the new. Thirty YOU Eighty fifty years on those are the new guy is. The way it was. Click say eight. Krisher. Took me in and he wanted me he took the table to interview the Lions or the talk to him. But. There's real purpose was to get me to Table One to talk to the poorest players. Yeah. And two of those players played in the very first game one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, two world championship along Chicago, under the and just touch base viewers join us a little bit late Aid Kushner was the was the trainer of the Lions and he's the one that brought Tom, which is our guest your time your to. The the goal invite into the Golden Huddle which was the fiftieth anniversary of the Lions I championship and I just wanted you know I'm not sure if I told you this or not. But I met his eight coach's son Steven, and that's the photos that we have that we put up on the screen the one with with the chest Jamie. So he's got that the chest right there was abby Kushner alliance trainer. That is now on the NFL Hall of fame. is on I'm not sure it's on display yet, but he but Stephen Kushner that is Steven Kushner was an absolute champ for this. He he he gave me he was able because he had he had I met him like a week after he donated that trunk and all of his all the stuff from inside the trunk to the NFL Hall of fame, and so he but aid Kushner also had the unpublished archives. Unpublished like a story of his own. Elsa. So it was an unpublished recollections of aid Kushner. Amsoil he is a Kushner. A bunch of notes regarding the story of the season and so anyways. It was in that trunk so. His son Steven at just donated the trunk to the NFL Hall of fame okay, and I was like you know what was in it I wanna go see it. You don't week after I got. Worse in. So many ways won't say. So anyways, he says. In. So he goes, Oh, my father had some recollections in their Mike. That's the one thing. I want I want to read about a recollections because especially after talking to you in how he was like you know he was Abe Kushner is such a driving force for you to go to this the Golden Huddle In. So he was able to get from me a copy back in the hall of fame because I tried to call myself and they were like. We're you know we're too busy to dig into the find like just don't eat it a week ago and they're like we don't know really were added whatever. But those recollections. Fantastic. That's the picture of aid Christian Kushner at the reunion in. One thousand, nine, hundred, five. And I'll get get it. That's that's that's. This is a picture time just gave us a show and that's the that's the gold huddle. No. That was the Westland Mall that was at the West that worry golden huddle. Where I was invited to go to the Golden Huddle Yeah, there is. And he was. He was the nicest everyone meet. He did he did all of the ball that are in for the for the all he did for all the after the game talk about the center also that. He. Was the personal trainer for one year of Dutch. Clark. All right. Okay. He could be stories Dutch Clark who can't believe over the US or yes we want he died in nineteen eighty seven. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm just saying like I met Steve His son and his son was at absolutely fantastic help me get some of the information. Sounds Real Nice. and. So yeah. So like I actually used. Some of the stuff from his saw that photo that you saw with the trunk in the photo that you saw the show, me bring up the other photo to where he's taping up footer that is also from see up here, Tom the screener Yup we have it on the screen for those that are could see it. That's that's that's a that's a fantastic photo Sean. Abe Right. there. Up a just handed to Jamie the that's the Golden Huddle. That was who was there okay and event on notice if you notice at the bottom is a picture of Dutch Clark that was not in the original program but I wouldn't Arou- Detroit and they've found a the sport shops and I was lucky enough to find a sports car drain shot this of Dutch Clark has the next one I want to I wanNA make sure are we're going to have a bunch of pictures from all the people at the gold model but I I had now we know we know exactly how can actually go through and We'll have photos all these players. So yeah when we hear their voice, we'll be able to see their pitching. We have a photo, but this I've got some really great shot to. Bring that up. We want to show them. Yeah. So. All right. So yeah. We'll get. Diving. Players for the. Going to bring it up. There you go. That's a copy of. The bootleg. Up bringing down so you can see bringing you can see the names Oh yeah, and then so this Jamie schone right now, the names of all the players that read the Golden Huddle he'll. This is kind of next time. You want to throw some out there. We can take a screen shot and do it. So the fans at home can. there. Maybe. Forgive a city champions man we rocket old school. We make. Ghoul Channel Ten, fifty six. Oh. Yeah. The end camera for Bringing up the. Well Anyway. I was talking to the players and I sat down I didn't get much of a word in, but the players were telling me about their days at Portsmouth and the Transition Detroit. It was very cheerful because they. Were worried about the players left behind and it was only eleven teams in the NFL at that time and they were trying to see if they could latch on with another team and they worried about them they. They were it was a massive depression is they play football or they have with a? Rich Denison always said in the depression where they called it the empty player and the team just didn't want those players and they work and they just suburb never played again I. Yeah and that's that's another facet of this this amazing stories that it was such a difficult time. I in in America. I mean I. We have no clue know we've we lived through the seventies. There's a little bit of a special. Let me let me finish with the players. When they came to Detroit, they weren't. At all know we've talked about this. This show is said. You. Tell you a little bit of interjection just real. Quick, the Tigers were the team in Detroit and thirty four. They're trying to seize on the excitement of this new this the the the Detroit is going insane for the Tigers and so the lions are coming in and they're being billed as like, oh, we're like they. They can draw some enthusiasm from the Tigers in this idea, but basically worked against him because the Tigers were so were so popular that the lions couldn't even get a mention on page three, right? Well, they had to win a championship just even get a mention in the newspaper that's the level that they were so you. Listen to him talk. Then when they got the Detroit, they weren't really accepted. Christiansen for me, he woke up one morning and there was a sign on his front yard said, please go back to Portsmouth shed. That's. Because there was no. which went frank. They call it. They Call Little Chris, the little crisp he's the best on the. Crank calls and listening to this and and you know at the reunion but then I discovered I like to interject something I went to Portsmouth on my first trip was a man by the name of Bob Morton and he brought in some really some dedicated collectors that had the actual programs from the very first alliance in Nineteen thirty, four, oh. Nice, and would you believe it or not in the back of the page of the program was every player's name? where he lived and his telephone number only in the game program. So it wasn't just like a brief mention in a newspaper maybe somebody go oh, maybe we should have mentioned the address today's paper. No, it was like out for the whole season I wanna go knock on the door. I couldn't believe that, but then I related back. I'm thinking those players You know here's the first game nineteen, thirty, four, they had twelve thousand fans, and all they gotta do is flipping the bank that player head of bad year I'm going to go I will let him in his driveway. Yeah. It was a floating telephones. I couldn't believe it Yeah Okay we get Patricia's address about getting them. I got a case of toilet paper. They won't release these addresses. That's. Like crazy been called the lion since nineteen the. crazier. Use your man heartbreak isn't new. To defend my life heartbreak is not new you. Got Them and then the the lions. Alumni director at eight turn it over to his name was Bob James. Bob. James went out and talked to some of the table to table. One. My biggest regret was that I didn't get a chance to get Glenn, prisoner. Because he's my that's my. Now you're my tendency like I love Dutch I, love. I Love Ernie Cadel CADEL tough to pick those. I Love Amerson I. Love Tarzan. Christian but Glenn Press now is my guy that's my I'd have to say I'd probably have to say my favorite line. Course but they call him ninety nine, you know why? Because, he made the ninety Ninth Year of his birth he couldn't act was an. NFL Player. Yeah. That the not now the oldest Phil player now is a man by the name of Seis Auvers. He was in Houston one hundred and I knew the whole really but prior to his death point Glenn Press now was the now. Sisa is the oldest or the oldest nfl he's. At one point press now. He was ninety nine. When he did that article, he did an interview in the free press or whatever, and it was awesome and it's great article. So after I left the table number two, what I see and I sat with Judge Gerard Jim. Martin who were nineteen fifty, three world champions but during the ceremony Glenn personnel was not feeling well and he left. He actually picked out the colors of the Honolulu blue. On. The Fisher building up as Glenn Press, now was there to pick out the colors. And Dutch according to what the player said that He's he had all these uniforms on the Fisher building with wjr in the minute that he came to the top floor of the Fisher building, he should. That's your golden town. Working in ninety here's a little is We're they're our sister station is Jr. so I get the privilege of working in the Fisher building, which is itself is is it just a monument in? Detroit is just a piece of amazing piece of art and I love it to walk in the hallway because my my grandfather. And then my dad and his four sisters all worked. In, the Fisher building back in the fifties there was a club called the recess club of the and they were they were all there my one aunt she's ninety. Six, now, ninety to ninety, six something like that. She was a nun. She's a Dominican nun. She taught at Saint Pauls for fifty years and that she's back at. The Convent, Adrian but she was at the elevator operator. My Dad and one of his sisters work the coat check and the other girl was a cigarette. The other one was a cigarette girl. The recess club and my grandfather worked maintenance. So I just I love walking into the Fisher building because place just it's it it is what it was back. Then glorious I just love be a part of and that's why I love these stories. It just takes me back to just a little cooler time. You don't call letters were before they were wjr now or w CX vcx. Right and they were in conjunction with ww Jay Right? Right and it was the news building and went fruits for the free press. Okay and wjr started we're at WCHS started nineteen, twenty two. So, we're we're we now. I just want. We were talking about me enough so. I get a little bit. But. I just WANNA throw on a little the thing about Glenn Press. Now, Bob I. Love the Guy. Right. The Guy. We were talking a little bit in the last show but. Again this is Tom didn't maybe didn't hear the last show is like Glenn personnel like there's this like Dutch Clark was the star you know does Clark was the guy but but but press now was also the star. Press. Dutch left and thirty three press now was still there and he was he was he who became when dots left who liked it okay. Dutch has gone. So now he's not the number one scoring quarterback number one score in the NFL. Now Glenn Press now is. He's the guy. So it's really pressed. Now's team for that one year. But that's saying like the entire time like Dutch Clark was like this reluctant superstar like he's retiring every single year and they're going please. Dutch please come back to. Our team and give you all the money from the guys that we didn't pay to bring you back. It was like. That's which is probably the reason why they didn't bring half the guys because they were using that money to pay the Dutch they meet Dutch the highest paid player in the NFL what do you think that money came from the guy behind. Me Like please touch. We'll give you all the money we got. You know like Duchess, the guy, right, but press now. Press now was was was an elite athlete he was in elite star in his own right but does was just that like Napoleonic like an elite superstar player that just no matter you know no matter what press did dots was just the guy because sometimes we have that reluctant superstar people like Oh please God if you could just come back one more year and then there's coming back to lead them to the next great year you know like this is so press now was there through the thick and thin from the very beginning and he was there even basically before dodge. Because he was in the iron tanks was the iron tin tax anybody wants to do some real real NFL research start digging into the iron tanks. Shirt. We gotta get. Jamie. Assured with the. Scientist. Okay. So awesome seeing you want some real football. Let's talk about the iron tanks. Okay. Taken on this. This is a semi pro team or some of these guys aren't even paid at all right, and this is a team that plays they're playing these games against the this this is the time. This is this is I think it was nineteen, twenty, nine and nineteen thirty. This is before he came to Port with, of course, but iron since a very close team portion very close city. So. Here's press now playing for honored sin he's from you played at the University of Nebraska right plays for the University of Nebraska, which is like the. Football. Corn husker football territory s were football players. You know the bread basket of America Com from. Do you played for Nebraska? Repressed comes from and then he's playing for the iron tanks a semi pro team. He's a quarterback for that team it. He beats as a semi pro team. They're not even in the NFL the NFL existed at NFL been around for ten years that point and they're pointing to give the audience and tax are playing against the Chicago bears and the giants, and he beats I forget which one of them. I think it was the I, it was the giants and then they tied the bears i. think that's what Abba but he beat one of them. But. anyways impress Nell was their quarterback right and he's the only the only tanks quarterback and I think in intended original stands from their field just like in Portsmouth the original stadium, which is an absolute architectural masterpiece but but it all Urinson they still I believe they still have the original bleachers which were also a concrete bleachers still there mile. Somebody's GONNA crush I'M A. Know. I'm a total say Glenn press now like I mean, that's my which I got the screenplay Tom I. Tell you write the screenplay done for the movie yeah. To Yeah. Oh Yeah. You always Glenn Press now is one of my main characters, of course these. Guys smick. Yeah. Well, where he died though Iron Ten oh, did he really went back tires? Really wasn't born, but that is a football player man. That is so awesome. Ninety nine years with diagnose what a great name for it so. When you go to Is Short for iron town. A portion of people enforcement all talk about the. Tank. At some legendary. You. WanNa study some real football history go look up the irons tanks and there's not a lot about him. You're not gonNA, find all over the Internet. Honored to read about the tanks you gotta you gotTa go to summer. There's there's a lot of books on the early history of football and it's all like football and Ohio football like really the football and Ohio. There's forgot the exact name but there's a couple of three books that talk about football in its earliest days. In this books you know you're not gonNA find on the IT'd be might. Find some scraps information but the real you know you gotta go to the books to read about tin you know what I mean and it's like It's just a legendary. It really is like a legendary team press now. So that's what I'm saying when when policies about to take over this team would positive about the team in nineteen one and he's like Oh we need some you know we need. To rebuild the bringing nineteen new guys and they're like this team, an iron tens got this guy press now she got to bring him here you know and. He hits the hits, the Jackpot Dutch Clark, but he's got Dutch and Glenn Press now and that's what I'm saying I just I. Love. I. Love Pressman Law his his nickname is he's he's very famous in. Ohio there. I want this movie to make. Do you remember who? was part of your interviews with did you get some tape on him? No I told you that. He lifts early he had problem and also the the very next day. At at at the reunion he he lived. But also, I'd like to tell you at the reunion. We had a surprise. This is a great story. Yeah. Yeah. This is the idea. Is No. No. I'll. Jazz either fight it. No. This yeah. laxer no okay that's. Reunion was on Saturday. And the Lions played the next day at home. Okay. I'll give you some hints that team stayed in the hotel which I did not know it was the Miami Dolphins now who was the coach of the might is the lions. I in eighteen eighty, five because the titty open a steakhouse in that exact hotel. What was his name Don Shula? That's correct. Yes Ailton. there. We talked about earlier. We talked about it earlier wasn't there down Shula in the same hotel later. The restaurant I think play Coz. She'll say us in that restaurant later in that hotel later, do you know how Don Shula got into his professional career? He was a Detroit Oh my God. Okay. George George. Wilson Hired Don. Oh Don Shula was. Coat and. I'm. Surprised he was the surprise guest, and if you notice the mid the menu there yeah. That his name was not under he was a surprise guest came down. The speaker was speaking at the podium and everybody was in shock Don Shula took over. And he praised the lions among unbelievable what he said and he mentioned Portsmouth he mentioned Dutch Clark mentioned them all. So she'll gives the really the the signature address of the Golden Hall and nobody knew nobody nobody's ever heard this story you know what I mean. Nobody's heard the story this golden huddle where there's all these players come here. What was the whole? Where was it was at the Marietta Northfield Hilton Northfield Northfield Hilton is where the is where the event took place and You Got Don Shula talking at this thing who in one thousand, nine, hundred, five, I was that was Dan rea I think they went to the Super Bowl and eighty with Dan Marino was a that was damn renal rookie. Now eight hundred was the bears I'm sorry. Now Eighty played the Patriots but ears Marino. Time that Marino took Marino to the super bowl too. But he was already hall of fame coach by that point but he talks about Portsmouth that he looked at the at the players and he just he just. Was Thank the whole team, the Lions Organization for hiring them. Ironically on George Wilson, he was the last player to play without a helmet he grew up he was stayed in Dearborn on garrison. Street we had a store across the street and George Wilson used to come into the shop all the time in the fifties and talk about football and the champions. Yeah. I. Thought I'd bring it where how about where where is the Buddy Parker for the nineteen fifty coach of the nineteen fifties lines where he got his start. Nineteen thirty five lions here's a rookie on the thirty five bucks. Saying. So that's one of the things I talk about. You know I talked about whenever I get to talk with lions, fans and stuff like this. is about you know like people like all the lines are terrible lines failures whatever. Right. But if you look at some of these teams, right, you look at some of these teams, like Pittsburgh, like Chicago like the bears. the packers and even like the Vikings and that all of these teams have a certain like it's a continuity of of like a a a winning culture, a winning a winning culture, and it's like in a lot of times. It's like it's this continuity that carries on from decade to decade the Vikings. They've had this continuity since like the purple people eaters of the seventies they've been competitive ever since the packers they've had this continuity all the way back since the nineteen thirties right and it's like and then you've got the bears same thing this continuity this in in the lions. Began that continuity in the thirties they had. You know when the Lions I came in they were incredibly awesome. They're winning their first ten games. They didn't give up a point for seven straight games and then at thirty five, they win the whole damn thing. They beat the bears they beat the packers they run everybody building, and then the fifties you got buddy. Parker who's a one is a star in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, five championship game, and he comes and he becomes the coach of the Lions in the fifties and he brings that continuity in that continuity, they're awesome in the fifties. Championships in the fifties. They're one of the most they're one of the most toughest teams in the fifties and then that continuity. There's a there's a separation. You see them saying like there was a disconnect between that point in the way that really what it is now and I'm not saying, I'm not trying to say that I know everything about how or why that disconnect happen. But what I'm saying is is there is more to a team. There is more to team is more to a franchise than just like buying a bunch of players all this guy's this guy's good whatever like this it's about establishing like like like like say this. is about establishing the sense of continuity that that stretches over the course tapping into your legacy tapping into your legacy let me just say this the right maybe this is one of the things I'm trying to talk about why the importance of the nineteen thirty five season. Okay. One of the reasons why the story is important because you know what? You talked to any lions fan out there and anybody that's watching the show. Go Ask your local lions fan right. Go Ask your local lions fan. What was the first year that the Detroit Lions won their first champion what was the year that the lines won their first championship ninety nine percent of them will have no idea that it was nineteen thirty five right. So how does S A question to finish? Off this thought, how can you have continuity as a as an organization as a franchise or anything like this? If you don't even know the first championship of your team or where that team came from how they got here? What made them great what made them great in the nineteen fifties body parts of modern definitely took a few lessons from party Clark. We'll definitely took lessons Clark that's that continuity a continuity. In culture, for the entire families and I'm not trying to say talk bad about fans or whatever like Oh, you don't know about the thirty five season. So you're you know that's your. That's your problem. What I'm trying to say is what if this is the time right to to bring back the sense like I say this continuity of culture that stretches back from the earliest days alliance carry on through the. Fifty S and maybe at one point it was severed. But what if embracing this story? What if embracing like the the what made the lions great in the first place? Is like the whole just the basic concept of history is known where you came from in order to understand who you are right and that is the missing ingredient of what will take the lions to the next. Nfl Championship Tom You gave me. A little bit of you got him in that's not a little rain. Back give me something. So ruger. Just went on a rant. What I just gave. Comic people can people can see. Nice rant and I went to as a kid, I went to both of those games. Oh you have. The original. And I have the original things. But this was the cover of the of the fifty, seven hundred magazine, and that was the very first one that was fifty three. I'd just look that up talking about program yeah. When the nineteen thirty, two world championship game was played in Chicago. They had a fire on the eve of the game and the programs got burned scorched and a one or two survived and somebody paid ten thousand dollars for a scorched program. Enters two or three and I looked it up on the Internet. The program is offered at fifty thousand dollars. A copy of covers that were showing us. No that was the copy of either way. These things what we need to leave these Jamie, right because we can take some pictures of these and we can put them up so we don't have. We don't have to bootleg these things up in front of the camera like this we show. Pictures. There's a little shadow we can. Actually, make it look sharp on. You know what I mean. So you don't have to like you know like last seconds. So if you leave these especially coming back next week Tom sure come back. To you, this is all a type. Let's introduce ranch. microclimate grandchildren ran. He's been here the whole time we didn't even introduce them. Thank you yeah. While you're situated Charles I gotTa tell you when you go on your rants and I love your rants, I actually have to bring your microphone down because you get. So animated envoy, Stars. And everybody that knows me washing show. How knows it too and now randy? No. Yeah. I'm paying attention back here. My Friend I. Got You. I saw a may have solved the problem with the Lions. Every you'll this is this shows talked about showing Detroit rate. Every hold on a second I? GotTa Tommy's another bottle of water. Like some brand you're like, oh, come on. Give you. The I wanNA. Know by Iraq they're not. Cool you're behind the eight ball. I'm behind your right now. Let's say he's raining real quick and randy brought. Tom Mintier Randy just came where where did you find from Colorado, it is coming from Colorado was a welcome welcome randy. Actually but I do live local towns, my neighbor and I gotTa tell you. I've never met anybody that knows more about the history of lawyers in the city of Detroit. He's a walking legend. Yeah. Thank you. But Yeah we're. We're glad to have you. Glad you guys came into the studio. 'cause we were talking about maybe doing zoom thing or whatever, and we're really how long are you here for? Live here. So all your best. Okay. Now. I got you. Okay. By the way, his son has your book till a piece of an Ohio Andrew Yes. MOVED OUT TO COLORADO TOM bought him your book the city. And I tell them it's the conversation piece. Condo, it right there on the coffee table I appreciate that calms you want to know the greatest compliment that I've not seen that complement wasn't great because it was presents a coffee table to talk about book. It's great but you WanNa know the best compliment that I ever got with my book. This is like my second years selling books. This is back in two, thousand, hundred, ten something like that I don't remember what the second was. Around there. anyways. This person comes up to me and they say. They're like I've seen that book before I was selling books right and the person comes up to this table and go I've seen that book before and I'm like Oh. No, you know what it was. I was at a bar I was at a bar and I was showing somebody on my phone I think like, yeah, that's my book or no I gave my minibus because back then I had instead of a business card miniature version of book it was like a little stapled like five bowl name, and if anybody has many book like down the road I'm have to make these millions because hardly like my original business card miniature books anyways. So I gave somebody a miniature book at a Bar said, this is what I do. Right, and that in the person says. Oh my God I've seen this book right and they're thinking about it. They're like, where do I seen this book before and then he says it's in my friends bathroom. Right? He goes. It's in my friends bathroom. It's I've seen it on his toilets on the back of his toilet and he goes, and then all of a sudden he like goes oh I'm sorry she's like you know he was in lost in thought trying to remember where he had seen the book and then he was just being honest with ourselves and his friends toilet I go no. No, that's the greatest compliment I've ever been given. Absolutely. My book is a bathroom reader I'm like every I I guess one thing to be a coffee table book. End Up in, the world. Abdul. Anyway that's that's that's I think that's A Pulitzer Prize him see what he's telling me. That I don't know what else there's nothing else. There's no other boxes I gotTa Cross Golkar's don't need any of that. Charles Draws you program On and Jack Timms he was in the ring and Joe Louis. Joe That's Joe Louis. He couldn't read or write in forty. It's all. The story autograph is is beyond your imagination. Yeah. So he's got the Where'd you get? Where'd you get? Did you get those? Palestine No. Well, I got that when I was eight years old in nineteen, forty nine and then I met Louis at Caesar's palace and we talked about how we can bring back for Joe. Lewis we do that. Jamie? Lot any. Time. This is all. I'll make you copies ask. What want to bring it back for some I'm very proud of what a Lotta people have never seen here to get something. That's. Good soaping under cooperstown yeah. I did that. He had the football hall of fame out there and you have. Ever, seen as well. Baseball Hall of fame and was the. Nations. Another thing we wanNA bring Tom Back and I wish we would have brought you in your for when we 'cause we did like fourteen episodes this nineteen charlie guarantees. He will. I seventy last year t seventy. Is Wrong. Giving you guys both. been. Down, somewhere, what would many many? Man was. Right. One Heck of a player founder Bill Michigan But Tom's got. Bill Flash Yeah one of the things we want to talk things we want to bring in is Tom's interview with Charlie Ganger Always Interview Charlie freaking game I wanna I, WanNa we play I'd be honored if you let us play a little bit. Oh Okay. But. I'm saying like for like maybe when we're done with the Golden Huddle because I wanNA focus visit, we can revisit alliance never get the. Cycle, I can't wait to. Yeah Yeah. You have any idea I'm gonNA show you something that many people I did not know that. Around by the way Ron episode do do like gladiator movies. So bring it back episode. There was. The was episode's Avenue. Think. Winston Jewelers recorded started a basketball team. They were called Detroit Gyms Detroit. All right. This forty-six. De this great backed up to towns. The one that told me about this. Get up closer Gimme. GimMe the story. Here we are. The headphones off? We're still cooking on the air all kinds of crazy stuff. Town. On the nineteen, forty six. This jeweler started a basketball team called Detroit Gyms Played Olympia. They had a bad year though, okay they won four and lost forty-six. Company came a franchise came from Minneapolis and they wanted to buy the franchise to get into the national basketball. Team. From the Detroit gyms, they took him to Minneapolis and what did they call them? The Minneapolis. Lakers. The Lakers I get it. Right? Tom That's right. This is. Marie Apple Lewis Lakers. Come the LA LAKERS. Yes it did and that's the. They started here. So in Detroit Labor out of the city. Dearborn Michigan Yeah? But here's the question. Is that the the season that the that the gems had was so bad that it qualified the Minneapolis Lakers for the first overall draft pick. The guy that they got was Tom do you know Michael Jordan Mike in? Number one overall who at the time was like. So greatest basketball player that ever lived we're getting a little bit off the. So That's how George Mike La Choice turn the ball over to Minneapolis so that's The the Lakers just winning division. Jedi stop they've tied the Celtics. Won Seventeen world chips in the Lakers and the seventeenth. So it's yeah but. Gain, but because of the thousand dollars because of the. season. that. got. George George Mike and the original superstar right I superstar the NBA is so George Mike and when he played for the Minneapolis Lakers, then he went to the Los Angeles Lakers and it became like the I like La Lakers superstar. So that's how the Lakers are like you literally came from Detroit He's got to binders full of stuff and he just keeps pulling them out. Oh Okay on who in Wayne? That's Wayne Gretzky. Yeah. That's the only sports picture in history where the little kid beat the champion and goals. Only picture ever taken all remain the kid coming back. He was he was twelve years old there was the. Head the record we gotta show that viewers today not yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a copy of copy but Yeah. That famous picture of Gordian. When when Gretzky was like a eleven or twelve years old Who is your favorite player from the Lions? Who's your favorite player? I just wanted to mind Bobby Lane I had the Mind was Barry Sanders but we're talking about thirty five lions. Probably cushion. I mean not eight players because L. Cardiac say how dots it could have been a couple of favorites. I gotTa tell you a story. If you look at nineteen, thirty, four, Chuck Bernard all he's Oh yeah. We talked about them already I went to school I met his son Chuck Junior I went to school with his daughter okay. That's what Ford High School in there and his dad his dad came into Laurel Park the other day I was talking about Laura Parka so it. So night train lane was your favorite Meant. Balmy Lane. Musk's. Cop I mean I'm not talking about Bobby Lane I played football thirty five they call nitrogen lane is that was that he was six But that's the you said, that was your favorite lion no, no my two favorite lions were Walker and Bobby Lee. Matter of fact I had. Put. Bobby lean on one shoulder bed. Favorite players. What. Let me tell you. Can I also who's your favorite lines players? Like right now. Well. Berry. Is Up there number one for me. I. Period, Calvin Calvin Johnson Bennie. Blades well knows about Bennie blades out there. Let me go back. Let me go back to the thirty five game they played. What Kushner told me that the when he went into, see a mirror playing the giants it was a very cool. A matter of fact that the crowd that showed up at Titan stadium was fifteen thousand lowest crowd ever watch. was. A bad day. But HDD walked in and he knew Dutch Clark personally and he knew eight pusher, he will mall the main concern was they want that broadcasts to get back to Portsmouth on the championship game there was only one radio station in Portsmouth was WPA Massey question question. Have you ever seen the nineteen thirty, five lions play I'm but I know I know I'm not saying person. I'M NOT GONNA say you're eight years old but the season was thirty-five. That was what ninety eighty five years ago. That was before your time. I know you weren't there to watch them play live. I know that I'm not have you seen the video I'm not a math. He's a time traveler. Where's the KB rolled up in a delorean man that math genius but I know at one did not. Who will remember you know? What I'm saying is. Is that since nineteen thirty five, right, there's been people have archived nine hundred, thirty five lions footage since that time. There's some great stuff. I have. Have you seen first of all I? Say this. The thousand nine hundred eighty three Portsmouth spartans the nine hundred thirty one Portsmouth Spartans potsy Clark wearing a leather jacket or some cool stuff nineteen thirty five NFL championship Game One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six lions with the banner of the nineteen thirty five world champions forced. We've showed all this far on this show. Yeah. All right. So what I'm saying is your Tom is. Whether, it's on the next show or whether it's prior to the show Randy, maybe you can set up some of the stuff. But what I'm saying is this is that you may have not known, and this is a excellent wanting for like an honest reaction. I got look at Tom's face. That's what I'm looking for a now is that Tom? When you leave here tonight, maybe this is like a special guest a special prize. So to speak you go home tonight between now and the next show you I'm going to show you how you can see as much Detroit, lions, Portsmouth Spartans, footage of these players as you can want everyone to watch. The militants. There is so much footage out there and it has been collected on the Internet. I'm going to show you how to watch it, and then next week when you come back, I, want to know what your thoughts are because. What I saw it, it was almost like a tear being shed actually watching these players in person. Let me tell you something that the players that nobody ever knew nate Kushner. We're going to wrap it with this. What is it? Come on what is little. Championship game in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, five, the course with players put little peas under their jerseys. Yeah. Remember Portsmouth. Yeah. To remember the players left behind. Yeah, I'll. Wow. Their hearts. Were in Portsmouth. Their mind was on the field. Sharon. Yeah. That's that's why I'm so glad you came in Tom Thank you so much. Because we're bringing into we're talking about the lions and city champions season but Thomas like bringing us back Oh. Heck. Reminded that these players came from Portsmouth and this was A. The transition from Portsmouth each. That's your clorox Spartan we're close getting there. But that transition, it was not easy and it certainly to this day is is something that's remembered by Portsmouth and remembered as something that was like it was kind of trauma attic for them to lose their NFL. You're bringing us back to that point. Also. Portsmith is still an NFL team because Art Rooney when I talked to him, he mentioned Portsmouth and so did George Yeah they got the stadium ready to go if I was running the lines. Let me just say this right. My Secondary Project I'm trying to do with the Tigers whatever. But gimme a chance down the road a maverick a chance to lions ever look for some advice for me. Right Ryan's. I'm GonNa tell them. Take to play a game in Portsmouth. Let's go back to your roots. Here's the thing the stadium might only hold like what do you think holds five thousand but they could hold will be gone. But how how freaking cool. How how often how cool would it be to have an NFL game in the original Original Thousand Nine Hundred Thirties stadium. That is imperfect condition how frigging would that be? Even though it was like an exhibition. Sure Right. It would be the coolest thing it'd be like it'd be like field of dreams. It we got we got ought to pull the plug on it though. So we'll be. com. There's just there's no ads serviceman. Thank top. Thanks so much for for being here. Sherri welcome just. Looking forward to more follow this thirty five, I was under an Thompson. On. Man All right. If you're listening if you haven't subscribed already, please subscribe put a like leave it common. 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Amy's Son Has A Crush + Isolated Vocals Game + Who Picks The Road Music?

The Bobby Bones Show

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Amy's Son Has A Crush + Isolated Vocals Game + Who Picks The Road Music?

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Yes yeah making. A habit of laying around for that long can raise your chance of having things like heart. Disease and diabetes diabetes. It may change the way your body uses sugar and fat. It can also raise your odds of getting a blood clot in your leg. They say if you've binge-watch drink plenty of water or to avoid all this now that being said I hear all of those bad things. I'm still cool with it. I love binge watching shows like if I get some time. That's what are you. What's up? BINGE WATCH TO LAUNCH X. Oh I would say if you watch more than three episodes in a sitting so more than three four day you gotta hip for. That's I'd say three lunchboxes four. I mean yeah three or more. That's my wheelhouse like if I'm laying there for that long I mean what is anybody else consider any. I feel like anything like if someone say you have to. At least get to six considered a binge salary crazy Morgan number two young. What's what's a binge watch for you? I would say it's like a full weekend of Benji like oh how's the amy. We knew the youngsters would come in there. Watching three or four is just a typical Tuesday. There's a story to about you. Know laying imbed Nasr's offering nine hundred thousand dollars in a bed for sixty days. I am that seems like you. You don't get to get up NASA and European in Space Agency. You're offering nineteen thousand dollars to subjects willing to spend sixty consecutive days lying in bed. They said the study which aims to analyze the effects acts of long space flights on astronauts astronauts bodies calls for twelve minutes that has been sixty days lying in a bed. The study dubbed Brisa which means artificial gravity. Bedrest we'll look at the picture benefits of artificial gravity nineteen days. That's it preparing. And then the bed for sixty days and use the bathroom in the bed not in the bed but like azure laying down okay. I'm I'm not at my stage of life right now. I'm not avid job to do a good job. I have a job with but you'd asked me this ten years ago. I'm down sixty days for nineteen thousand dollars. I don't have a job. I would be totally with that. Let's open up. Do Mellberg Mellberg again. Email from a very annoyed listener wade. Yeah yeah the subject. Is Amy Slash Bobby. But they still bobby B. O. B. I. E.. Okay I mean I assume they're talking about me with a why but it says. Why does bobby always cut off amy? When she talks? I mean she used to have the ninety second skinny. She doesn't have that anymore and now she does the morning corny and they end up talking during that two at their investigation. Seems like Bob is getting a little too selfish. It's also really irritating to try and listen to the show anymore. Why why does he talk? That's from Kelsey T. That's funny. Well let's talk it's your show. Why why are you talking? Let's just go layer by layer and you can speak to these things because I definitely am not doing anything if anything allies talk less about me. I'm over me for a lot of this McConnell here but that being said what happened amy in the ninety second skinny well I did the thirty seconds any and yeah that was a mutual dislike. It's like that was a that. Wasn't you something being taken away from me. It was like a passing it along to Morgan number. Two who's really in all that stuff staff and she does it well so it's great. There's nothing wrong with that. and she does all the videos for it. Yeah we're so I actually did not take it from Amy Kelsey and how do you feel about what he says. WanNa talk over everyone on the show I said be especially L.. I guess I don't catch on when you talk over me. You Bet if anything I've probably been rambling too much and you're trying to reel me back. In which is like you should do and it is the bobby bones show. Well Okay Okay Fair but I think we all talk over each other. But that's normal. Humans Talk. Yeah that's true. No I talk I just talked to readjust then. Just would you stop complaining about any no not me again so but heard about stuff. I put some fake money on my desk. All the sudden everybody gets mad. Talk over amy once already Probably Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah but anyway. Hey appreciate Kelsey and send us your thoughts. We love it there. You go and that smell. It was bobby mailbag own one of these Harry Potter. TYPO BOOKS WCHS go for ninety thousand dollars in an auction. A copy of the first in the series of Harry Potter's books. That is an error book. They say for ninety thousand thousand dollars in a London auction misspell philosopher released a bunch of mess ups so thousands of dollars for a book with mistakes that crazy. It's rarity you try to find the rarities. I never read Harry Potter. I think it's pretty cool. That people are so passionate about Morgan. Until you loved Harry Potter Yeah I loved it my. I'm Tom read all the books to us when we were growing up. That was like are nighttime stories. where it's how many of them are there? Say they're six. Were the easy reads. Yeah I mean. They weren't hard by any means. Like I think I was like seven or eight when we first started and then you loved it. Yeah Oh yeah see all the movies yes. It's all good like Harry. Potter is the best thing to bench. Will Daniel Radcliffe ever not be Harry Potter too. You know he's always typecast. Yeah when every time the most typecasting thinking about this the people that you think of and they're always going to be bad character from our lifetimes and I would lift off Urkel. Gelo white will always always be urkel character. Soda State Mark. Pau Gasol will always be Zack Morris. And he's tried to do other stuff but that was such a big part of our culture will say say bill. It's hard for those people in friends and some of them are better job. Jennifer Aniston Senate Bid Matt Leblanc's done a bit but because was that show gets shown so much still. It's hard for them to shake that they've been super tight. CAST is that kind of personal. It's like I watch it so much now that when I see joey now I'm like actually like he's aged overnight or something but he really hasn't Joey and then I see Jolyon like Whoa most typecast people from your lifetime when you. You can't think of them as anything else. Amy screech. Oh Goodwin Dustin dime and I. I feel bad for that do because he's tried and he just. Yeah ooh let's Kramer will always be. Yeah good one. And then Ashton Kutcher will always be Kelso on that seventy show for me. I guess I didn't watch at seven. Show that much so I'm good with Ashton doing. I've seen him do other stuff. 'cause he was big in that Netflix flicked show the ranch the Ranch Eddie. What about you? Anybody George Costanza I mean when you're I mean no. I can do whatever he wants to do. But he's still George Macaulay Culkin for home alone. which is tough? He's tried to do some other stuff and he had a couple of good movies. Remember the movie girl. Got Stung by the bees. I'll oh aw say showgirls no well the Olsen twins. They're those girls full house. Yeah Michelle well the guy from Cried Kid Ralph Maggio that Dude Stride Marlton from fresh sprints. So he does America's funniest videos now. Yeah and you know what I see it before. American idol comes on. He's pretty good. He's good he's putting a little host there so and then obviously Daniel Radcliffe from Harry Potter. That's pretty interesting life like that. Would you rather. It's like a one hit wonder we were talking about recently would you rather have a one hit wonder. NBA Smash and not have another hit or have a few songs that just did it kind of okay. The same thing with being a TV star. It'd be a massive typecast or just have a few shows that it okay and you keep working but you never like pierced the consciousness of America. That's obviously to have something. That's a huge success would be amazing that if it's like your craft and your passion and you WanNa keep at it and have opportunities than I would want to keep going the money for kids calling as more probably the biggest biggest for one thing to us right. Yeah Oh yeah you have to use it right because I mean screech or what about you. What would you choose? Probably the one hit wonder. You just have to be good about on your heart. Because they're always going to someone who wanders or one one role wonders or none I. I've heard some not pleasant things about some of the we talked about because they just hang on and they don't Wanna be called that but you're like you're only urkel you know and even like the one hit wonders. Some of them don't want up. Played their one hit much bigger than this. But we all know you that they're artists. They get to do what they WANNA do. They get to make their way. And I'm okay with that but again. Don't be mad when people only I want to hear tub-thumping Jumbo Gumbo or Bobby mcferrin who had don't worry be happy. He doesn't play that song because he's like any like that's on. This is one massive now. That's a bummer. It's it's a tough one. I thought that was interesting. There's some things in life that okay to cheap out on like car washes because you're gonna get dirty again anyway right speaking of cars the one thing you should never cheap out on is your battery. Yeah you know me. I'm no tech but I can tell you that you never know what a cheap battery can cost you and no one wants to end up with lifelong regrets. All because your car would start on the way to the concert that you've been waiting for months for or being late for a flight because you can't get your car to start on the way to the airport. That's why you need interstate batteries. America's his number one replacement battery and Battery Auto Techs prefer three times more than any other brands. 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Not even by you guys but I got a whole phone list of notes. Wow wide bobby socks like nine. Oh no well. I've had his allergies so oh bad I just wanted to hear how bad I really am. Let me tell you pretty bad. I've been trying hard trying are so there's that I wanNA play these clips for you amy by the way. Listen to the whole show search which bobby bones show on demand on iheartradio. You'll run through some of these songs. Amy Yeah these are the one billion streams songs and you're GonNa know most the biggest songs ever streaming just name the artist sitting go all the way Shirley you get that one. That is cheering. These are one billion stream songs. One one number two time so drake drake break one dance or you go one more right now. You'll know this one kid. There's one you know this one. I like. It was one of them that chain smokers the US. I'll give you one that. Don't think you're GonNa get this has been streamed a billion times leftist satisfied with the you know who it is. I guess Major Lazer L.. When with this one here who despot Seato? WHO's the real artists? Not just to be just a feature feature how happy happy that there's nobody even named Okay hold on hold on so. There's Justin Lever then today call is that. Oh No no no no his daddy Yankee. It's Luis Fonsi Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin be what I think Daddy Yankee's nickname was poppy. Well Daddy Yankee talk show down. This story comes from Nashville Tennessee. A person was driving a stolen. SUV down the highway. Only only problem is a brand new car and they got that old remote shutdown driving down the highway with a Hyundai. The police go shut it down and it just uh-huh stop. He's caught a couple things one. If I were a car thief the Shinier are the better at least initially. Go and buy some still something new pretty but yeah all these new cars have all of these electric functions like the shutdowns. Yeah and so you steal it also the GPS even if it doesn't shut down like a lot of these cars have a built in GPS. We could just log into something see where the car is some of the new stuff. Yeah and then also it makes me think of that. Show the lunch to watch called Karkare Bait call where they would put a car in a neighborhood that has a lot of stolen vehicles vehicles and they leave the keys in it and they'd have cameras in there and everything and someone would go buy steel and then they're driving it they would just shut it down and then people will get locked in the car and all it was so great because sometimes they'd go pick up Fred they'd be like oh my gosh look at my new car and then when it gets shut down they start freaking ally. Give me on your. Oh my gosh complain complain that some of them just like we busted and that's a TV show. We just watched people still cars and then watch them get trapped. That's still on no no. It's not you can find the reruns. But there's no new episodes they need to come out with new episodes. That is bobby. You know that you like to pitch. TV shows to ABC. You need to take that was I say we need to start a bait car again actually. That's yeah I know she's come to my neighborhood. Just put car there and set up a cell phone camera. Yeah yeah all right all right boneheads story. Today it's time for the good news with a woman in California is alive. Thanks to her water deliveryman Marco Pereira knew something was right he goes and knocks on the door. The woman's eighty eight years old. She lives apartment and she didn't answer this time. What happens usually says he'll knock on the door and go marco and then she goes Palo right and his name's also Marco and it's also water as alert right yeah? So he's like Marco Polo well. He knocked and Goes Marco and there was nothing back. There was no polo. So yelled again Marco then he heard put us here up to the door and he heard someone how and it turns out she had fallen all in on the floor. She was immobile for at least twenty four hours you wait on the other side of the door called. Paramedics came bobbed in the house. Got Her saved her she. She only had a few bumps and bruises no serious injuries. But she'd been now for twenty four hours thank goodness had he not mark owed and her not followed and then he stuck around you know they wouldn't have found her. So there you go water. deliveryman saves customer. Who fell in Home Marco? Paul Hero. Thank you there. It's all about that. was telling me something. Good Your Buddy and Math Trans America talk about it. I mean listen to the story. A company is offering its nonsmoking workers an extra six days off per year to offset the amount of time. Those who smoked took smoke breaks. took six days extra. What because if you don't smoke don't get tickets longbrake? Not all the time. During the year they take off ten fifteen minutes at a time ends up being six extra days. I get it I'm just shocked. They're giving next your days and they take away. The smoke breaks from the smokers. A marketing firm decided to make a change after nonsmoking workers complained that they're working more more hours than their smoking counterparts and they are and they were Unless they're taking but then you get into. How much is everybody on facebook instagram for their breaks right but okay if you were a smoker with then stop smoking at work so you can get these days off? I guess I'd sneak it. I don't know I mean I guess if you're addicted it's truly an addiction. The Nicotine I get it but it I don't know is that. Is that what it's supposed to due to encourage the smokers to stop smoking or maybe it's just the people think it's unfair that they're not getting all the brakes. Laura Michigan. What's happening? I'm talks I got to talk to you guys. What do you want to say? I just really wanted to thank you. Bobby you really inspired me because you keep telling everyone on like you just gotTa go for it. You'll regret it. It's you don't so Because of you I started a home bakery and I had my first top last weekend and I sold out. Oh that's fantastic and listen. I know it's nerve. Wracking the thinking about doing something and failing and and you know you're going to put it out there Erin. It's not gonNA work out but do you know how much more you'll regret it if you don't do it all and just wonder if you're gonNA fail or not. Oh my my biggest regrets that I didn't try things earlier. I would say not try things at all because I usually go after whatever I dream of Muslim. I don't get it but you don't see those public doesn't see things you don't get but I'm proud of you. Laura that's awesome. Thank you and so what's going to happen. You do another one now exactly scheduled but it's in the work. What's your specialty Like making cakes Mak around. 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Or wherever you get your podcast bobby bones. Show it's Nicole in California. Heck Nicole. Hey I was calling in for an update on T.'s. And sent how he had a crush on a girl in security damn thing that ever happened with that so yeah amy has has an eight year old son Stevenson and he's been going to dance class. Yeah it's the girls in his dance class. Well I think the girls in both of them but whatever yeah he he still sees her and he still has a crush this uh-huh because he was going to reveal unlike what was fine. Oh he would just well he would like th remember. Do you remember me or get nervous. And then he was would like runaway and he'd come up to us and ask us like what should I say in the running back over to her. We're like Stevenson. You bring awkward like you just gotTa go for it well. He finally went for it. She I back to say I haven't asked. And she was like seven eight blonde hair. What do you mean? He went for it while he goes after class like. I'm there to pick him up and and I'm like okay buddy. Let's go he's like. Oh wait mom I have to go tell her something I was like. Okay Okay Buddy. So we go over and he his voice changes to this awkward awkward flirty like like. Excuse me and then he said would you like to come over to my house and hang out with me like that like got real high pitched and kind of like trying to be cute but Like not not that swath like hey you wanna come hang out like please because they cater her on her mom is right there and I thought okay what an opportunity to like maybe see obviously the dance in studio in our neighborhood they probably live in the neighborhood like what an opportunity. Maybe like really make a friendship here and the mom is like so. The daughter looks up at the mom and was it's like yeah mom he wants me to come play with him at his house and she just kind of looks at us like that. That's not happening. And I'm like the Stevenson's like deflated slated and I look it seems I'm like Oh. Come on buddy maybe you just one day we can hang out before or after dance class. We don't need to make it like a play date because now I'm like I'm feeling awkward like I've done something wrong. But but she almost looked at me like you know little boys and little girls don't play dates together. That was sort of the by. I mean she didn't say it but it's almost like she didn't have to you. There's maybe because my son's boy and she's a girl and they don't do that and I was like. Is that a thing I don't know sounds like Mama. Bear's mad g kind of even looked off into the distance attention. This is a small studio distance. She was like just looking on like I don't even know what like scenes in my awkwardly just walked away and and I was like seeing next time like it it. It left me offers so much. I made a few phone calls even when I left and I'm like asking friends like is there like either two things came to my mind quite honestly wondering if it's a white girl in in your son's by the mom I didn't WanNa go there but it was. It was a boy or then I was like. Oh what if it's because she's confused by you know he's a different race and that can be a thing like I do have to think of that. Sometimes which is sad but it was awkward. And let me tell you. There's probably no play date happy. Yeah update he still likes her though and he went for it and I was proud of it. We have to work on his delivery delivery. He can't like he did that thing. You know he gets real like it is federally Would you like to come into my house Stevenson on the call. There you have the update no love connection me to like. I'm proud on. That even tried. Because it's tough I know and then the whole drive home. He's like mom so she can come over and play and like nobody. Oh Oh man. Hey thank you for that. Call to bobby bones. Show that Harry Potter Book for Ninety Thousand Dollars in an auction because errors in it and it was the first edition. What's what's your collector's item? And obviously we have nothing. It costs that kind of money. But what do you have cool. I mean the one thing that is super cool in our house is an African spirit right from Timbuktu like that. My husband went there and he brought it back for the military for work. And I mean I'm no. That place was real real yeah like Beckett Timbuktu but it is an African spear and it's pretty legit looking so and it's I use it as self defense in my brain you haven't used your husband gave me a gun wants from Afghanistan but it had one of the Times which is pretty Colton Fulton. What do you call that a knife? I forget something. That all the bayonet ban that yeah that's cool mine though would be of a microphone from an old TV maybe show the Jaguars show. He was a lane talk show host before Johnny Carson Microphone from that set which I think is really cool. That's probably much. Ooh I got one of those orange chairs from the real World Austin houses. They sat in the living room and one of one time one of them got mad and through one of them in the pool and I bought for fifty bucks from the Real World Austin garage sale and it sits in the nursery. Yeah he went to that. They're like big yards. They were selling everything from the real world house. The Brooklyn bought stuff about the heck. Yeah it sits in the baby through it brings you so much joy so much and you know it's really cool. It sits the rug that I bought from the Nashville show national the show. They had a whole garage sale when they finish that show off and I bought babies rug at that show so I have not only real World Austin chair but a rug from Nashville. That's cool identical twin brothers about the order to pay support support child support for a little girl because they're identical and refused to say which of them fathered the child and the DNA test was inconclusive. Because they're identical twins. I can't tell the difference. The judge says the men are depriving. The girl of the writing to her. Father is enrolled. Both men's names will be on the girls birth certificate. The girl will receive twice as much as other children from the same economic background. The men apparently thought that the split one father support him every month. What are they doing some weird sick jokes? They're trying to play like or not joke. But why are they. Why don't they just admit who will? The brothers are said to have switched identities today women to Oh oh they are so wrong there you should go to jail. They didn't do anything illegal though. Nasdaq should be well new law. I don't know what do you think about that. Bobby go ahead. You need. Need your opinion on this joys. Your questions my question. Is You just said you just made a good point. They didn't do anything illegal. But if if they are identical and they knowingly switched themselves and she did wasn't aware of it and she ended up sleeping with somebody else without her knowledge. I mean if yeah I did know well what I always say. Every little part I said let me see your ID me swagger the clothes off I there. There's no law against this is probably going to. I mean because if they're identical what do you mean like identical everywhere. You know the difference. I mean I l. now I guess do the brothers know like brothers really liked. I know I know that's a good question. They both were no. Maybe they both were hooking up with her. Oh well tested and then you know. They don't know but I mean. She was deceived she. She was deceived. Yeah you're right. Maybe they don't if they were pulling this trick on her. They may not know which one of those brothers are closed. L. Hobby the. And what do you do. Play magic the gathering my brother and I'd trigger. Also that your baby or not. How were they need some intense testing? Like if I don't know maybe some doctor can be like I can figure this out for y'All hey rob you're on the show what's going on but hey good morning Mr bones. Good morning in studio. How's everybody doing pretty good now? It's up to you. Hey I'm doing awesome a first time caller From here in DC. See My wife turned me onto you guys about a year ago and Absolutely hooked on you guys Bobby I gotTa tell you man. I started episode number. A one for your podcast about a week ago. I'm already up on episode number thirty. It's outstanding bobby. Guest you got it gets better the first one to work on a rough. Yeah artists come to the House songwriters. Come to my house and we sit and talk and we just for an hour and talk you know on this show they play music and you do a lot of the the big point. I try to do a good interview here. But you don't have all that space I do at the House with the Bobby cast. Well I appreciate that rob. Let me tell you something. I'm on number thirty two right now and one reason why I love it is because it gives so much more behind the scenes stuff that you never really hear about you know these artists. How many times that they sit there and fail and fail and fail You know and then you have other times when they're just weird situations that happen. Somebody's in the right place at the right time I forget the other day Who was your interviewing? But the dude was Working at was that Titan stadium do you guys has had the link. Oh man from Lenka was working. The F- The sessions the high bridge so yeah Brits on Arena and this huge producer goes money's in in his Co. alphabet that you wear whenever you sell hot dogs and he's like Hey I'm an artist and the guy goes okay. Well then bring some music by next thing. You Know Lang Coexists. Let's get you out. Thanks rob I appreciate. That's a nice thing to say. Search with the Bobby cast if you love music if you hate music notch podcast. I'll be honest with you. Music Hater. Probably not what you should listen to right amy. Well I feel like you get you get deeper with artists not just on a musical side like Brett eldredge for example we cried together. Yeah so there's that Arabia takes off have a good day but it's time for the good news. Bad shout out to five teenage boys and Caldwell Caldwell Idaho. They were on their way to play some basketball. You know doing their thing teenagers when they saw this old man fall down on the sidewalk so they ah pulled over. They were like driving to play basketball. Pulled over jumped out. Help the man up lifted in two feet. Not only that they're like. Hey where do you live. He's like Oh right over there so they made sure he got inside of his house. That's not all when they were inside the home. They cleaned up his scrapes and cuts with rubbing alcohol clots and anyway. There was a bystander. It's all it all and started taking pictures and then got a follow up on the story and she posted on facebook so now these teenage boys being treated like heroes you know what they are teenagers just like oh man fell. Let's go play basketball. Yeah that's good. What's all about that was telling me something good although why do you travel to recover from heartbreak to trace your DNA in to escape the Internet? I'm poverty residing. I traveled for the four hour lunches. I'm Jaylen Gerber. I travel for the ancient ruins and future relics. We are the globetrotting founders of the beloved travel website Fathom and our new podcast awaited go explorers all the reasons we travel every episode features a tale from an interesting in travel. But these are not your average what I did on my summer vacation. Stories travel is all about wonder mishap and discovery on this show. You'll meet an actress in rural Kenya explaining cleaning the INS and outs of safe sex graffiti artist tagging his way around the islands of Southeast Asia. Our producer arranging a high fashion photo. Shoot in the desert with puppies. Listen to a way to go on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. The wherever you get your podcast your buddy. Mr Bob transmitting across America Why don't we go over and get the morning corner maiming? morning corny. Why did they quit giving tests at the zoo? Why did they quit giving tests at the zoo because it was full of Cheetahs Very good solid joke morning. Gordon there you Here's a dumb debate in the morning. WHO GETS TO PICK THE MUSIC? The driver or the passenger is hotly hotly-contested. We have in this conversation last night. who gets to pick to me that you get in? The car is the person who's driving or is the person that's not driving gets pay attention to everything else. I thought about that. I haven't these days my kids pick the music. Oh I feel only people in the car. According to the story the driver and the a passenger who runs the radio I feel like the passenger should put on whatever the driver wants. 'cause runs the radio the driver or the passenger like turns the dial or picks driver picks it driver driver picks it because they're the ones driving torn. I am because I feel like the passengers would be the fun. Dj Mix it up okay. Fine I'll go with what we have to do. Okay I never the driver if my husband driving he always. Obviously I'm the passenger and I think the music you're changing your answer. I official final answer about the car driver and a passenger the dumb debate in the morning who picks the music the driver or the passenger. The easiest one you've ever asked us. It's the driver. The Drivers Viper the one that needs to be zeroed in on the road. It needs to be awake and alert and need to be having a good time like enjoying the music so they control the music the drivers in charge. And I drive I've in my household so guess who picks the radio this guy. Everybody's got their own what they do. But I'm just telling you that's how it works you control. If you're driving you get to control the music because you have to stay. They were all tied up a one to one number two. We think about this and going totally with the driver. She's music because if I'm driving I'm focused on the road and that's the one thing I gotta do. I don't give you on my phone. I have to listen to music. So does anyone else pick the passenger driver to do. I go driver the only one. But that's okay your fun. Dj so that's what we all want right so the debate the winner is the driver. Yeah just because you're getting control that's right. It's your car that moment. Yes maybe no. My husband doesn't my car when you drive even your car. We're going somewhere in my car. I still drive your car. That's not a shock to God's runs in every relationship. I don't know if it's my car. I'll drive Dr. We used to live. I think your argument about being married. I it okay. My last girlfriend. If it was her car she drove weird drove. There is no chance purposes. I don't have so weird like I'm a man after Dr Trust a woman drugs okay. That's not why my husband He. It's my husband's driving. Could No. It's not it's not that I'm a woman. He just doesn't get dry cleaner not driving right in the same east pile of stories that one third of restaurants and they're gluten free. Free claims are false. So if you're going somewhere and you're getting something that's totally gluten free while some research was done and thirty two percent of all restaurant meals labeled Luton free actually contained gluten. Often wonder about the calorie counts too. I know me too because we assumptions. The chef might be like this'll take so much better if one more tablespoon of butter and they will never know and they're all made differently like every meal is not made exactly the same. So it's just an estimation or but but again you have to think about it like that. Yeah and fun fact on one of my recent episodes of my podcasts that I learned something if you order Fajitas from a restaurant you can. I'd say hold the sizzle you know what's fun about your fetus. Come out and it's like yeah. This is now saying I'll talk me. He just hold the heat as well. I didn't know what caused this. is I thought they were just fresh out. And I was causing awesome and a force. It's fine but the sizzle is like it is for effect. And that's just it's like straight oil that they're putting on the plate right before they bring it out to you. Extra added unnecessary oil to make a request. Signed up picking the guy. Is this on a regular players. So I'm just saying next time you order for heaters you might wanna be like hold the sizzle and it'll it'll save. You like fat and calories. I've never even heard that. Was the thing me neither until my gas. Someone revealed to me I was like oh thanks. Aaron Okay so just heads up you may WanNa if you legit have gluten allergy or you're trying to watch your gluten just know that you gotTa Watch out for that And Sixteen minutes. It's a less sleep can ruin your entire day and I only bring this up. You're like okay. Well whatever sixteen minutes but sometimes when you're lying bad you're like I just finish this episode. It's legit bedtime. According to what I need to wake up but I'll just finish the episode and maybe that's the sixteen minutes you could get right there. Just turn it off. Go to bed you can watch later. Does everyone feel like the next day. After a bad night's sleep they're fine. Yeah are you guys there on your lives yet or is it the next day next day. Okay mine's I start to feel it somewhere into the next day but not right away. I'm like okay. I don't feel bad. I can do this I can. I can do this in the next day. I'm like I if I get a couple hours or three hours I wake up and I'm kind of fire and it just. It's my best having your body kicks into like that minor flight thing and then the day after. Yeah and I may get a full night's sleep tonight after I'm just dragging wasn't always always liked it. I remember back in the day. I sleep on the floor. No problem now today if I just roll over like eight degrees like old. What else so I saw all? This is stuck out to me because my kids have just started doing extracurricular activities but I saw that sixty two percent of parents say that they are in debt because of their kids activities with ten percent owing more than like five Gran because of music sports gymnastics dance cheerleading. Like all the things and I was just like. Oh maybe his parents need to step back and be like. Is that worth going into debt for probably not. Yeah well I ca. I always wanted to be in the band at school because I couldn't afford the instrument. It's sending with shrimp basketball shoots school basketball. Shoes is because I couldn't afford the shoes that's all. I didn't play basketball football. So you want your kids to have these experiences and I remember or the opportunity to thrive in something maybe more so than experience. Because I've only been to. What if I would? They've been able to play other or been involved. Really loved and would have been better at it. But I think it's mostly about. What can you put your kids in that? Maybe they'll take to more than just an experience. I wonder if when you're signing your kids up for stuff. We could go with the Dave Ramsey approach and be like. Is that the best price you give me because that might help. I'm just trying to think of ways for parents. Like still be able to do it all for their kids but not go into debt. Because it's got to be rough. You have your kid miss out. I remember my cheerleading creating stuff. My mom is freaking out. When I became a cheerleader? She was like this is like this is really expensive but when you came over to my house yesterday and that children uniform I freaked out doing nice cool. Why are you saying that I showed up at your house though came over yesterday like all all right? That's my pile was amy's pile of stores you listen to every true crime podcast. Laws days on the Zodiac killer sub read it and and we will so many serial killers. You're probably on some watchlist by now. You consider yourself a seasoned detective. There's one thing missing. You've never been given a case to crack enter. Solve the world's first interactive murder mystery. PODCAST puts you at the center of the investigation. Each week on solve you'll be assigned a new case based on real true crimes. That will test your skills as a detective. You interrogate new suspects piece together evidence and scoured distinct crime. I am scenes to track down murderers hiding in plain sight. Your cases are waiting for you. Solve is available now on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast one. Crime four suspects. Can you solve it bobby. Bones show can isolate vocals from a famous singer. Just tell me what band they're in for example. This is the lead singer of the Red Hot Chili peppers. Oh God Bernstein Mass I yeah you would know that you've got a point. Okay here we go name this. You can end the singer or the band either one by the isolated vocals from a recording studio. Moma all move the Steven Tyler correct. Isn't that cool. To hear the Edi so awesome I love you hear his struggles here the harmonies of the top of it. I locate so much. Amy Name the lead singer. We'll just go lead singer only number two. Go ahead if you never try. Ooh swatch you singer. Go ahead. Edward Chris Martin correct okay number. Three isolated vocalism recording studio named the singer. Go how the arrest. Who is that? Do you know the song. Yes it's it's just him in a studio singing and they've taken the vocals off the recording just vocals who come. I can't think of no nothing. That's so cool. That's Kurt Cobaine. That's when I got chills that clip. Let's do two more here is is the next one. I'll give you a heads nineteen seventies. Okay action ooh To make you found not back again. This time Jerry. ooh really ready Mercury. Yes night all right one more. Aw named us when this is a singers ice locals go ahead. Do you have the time to listen to me wine. Never once I am on those larger medic fools neurotic to the bone. Oh no doubt about it myself crew. Now you'll know it. I know the song but I can't think of the guy is talk or the band the band. Thank you having mad at myself for yourself because you know it I know it's it's Green Day. Billie Joe Armstrong can't do this. Play that back amy. Sing harmonies to it. Like seeing the high part of the time to listen listen to me everything else. Anything traumatic automatic. Lose to the bone down body by there you the right time for the good news shocks in some Mantha. Rodriguez is doing the best she can. She has five siblings that she's raising ever since her parents passed away trying to put food on the table. Getting to and from school doesn't have a car. Someone in the community noticed how hard she's been working. Put a little facebook post up and someone donated a brand new you car so she could help ease the burden. Yeah Wow love. It donated a car and even tell their name Winston. Yes always blown away by people not taking credit because like when I do tell me something good and I'm talking about them down in Orange County Florida. I want to be able to be like. Hey Jimmy thanks. Forgiven Samantha car. But no is that what you want to acknowledge someone else or that. You want to be acknowledged if you ever do something. If I ever do something that big I wanna be acknowledged that was all about. That's what it's all about and that's what it's all about there you go. That was telling me something. Good Your Buddy Mr Bob the transmitter. You're all right so what happened to so I was at someone's house and they offered me Kwa to drink and look I never heard of Cova. Okay is I'll take some qual- Lacroix they brought me me again of Lacroix and I was like. Oh you mean Lacroix did you say that. Why would you correct someone because well I didn't? I didn't no how to say it so I was like. Oh this Lacroix. And they're like no it's La- QUA- that's how they say it like. That's how the French say it or whatever so then I just got like I just just let let it go but of course I had to go google it myself. And it's a mid Western company made here in America and they even say on their website. It's definitely pronounced Lacroix. And if you ever get confused about it just remember it rhymes with enjoy so enjoy your Lacroix and get into like arguments. 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Okay now I am. He's holding up this this word now. I've been corrected because I was dumb and I go into a smooth place and I said I like one of those at Kabul's please And they said excuse me I was I gonNA cable the human an aside and I was like okay so I only know that that. Aca I E. Because I was shamed named. Yeah so how do you say that. We're being the next word is I'M GONNA SAY NICHE IN I. I use use the term a lot. And I'll be right but I would say it's niche niche loss elite grouping a lot of people say niche like a niche group. You hear people talking about it. They they say. I don't even hate that though. I don't hate niche. I don't either but that is incorrect if you want to do it right. It's niche. Oh okay next up okay maybe holding up these words okay. There's there's a trick because this is a restaurant that I go to all the time chipotle lay hold on Macedo. Here's how it's Red Chipotle but I would say chapel outlay jay-paul as how I say at Chapel. Let me tell me tell me. 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Episode 29: The Story of the 1935-36 Red Wings. Part 7: The Reluctant Star

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Episode 29: The Story of the 1935-36 Red Wings. Part 7: The Reluctant Star

"You're listening to the podcast visit. Www dot odd past detroit dot com before information nineteen thirty five. The lions win the nfl championship. The detroit tigers take a world series. The red wings bring home maude. Stanley's joe lewis begins his rise to world domination. This transforms the motor city into detroit with the crack of the bat. We are off and running detroit city of champions the podcast dive deep into the nineteen thirty five year thirty three championships just amazing stuff compiled in an amazing collection by charles davison. One hell of an author. I love you. I love you. I love your traveling The stories of traveling storyteller. I love those. I love those little bits man. What my friend says it was the. That's his favorite part of the whole book. Yeah he says he's like do. You should only just do book an entire book. Just the tales of traveling storyteller. I it's It's just the interesting people that you met. Yeah it saw. I actually at one point i wrote down. I wrote down on this. I have this huge piece of paper. It's like i don't know eleven by seventeen repair by wrote down. I went down year by year in. Chronic of the just like little reminiscences about each week. Like i went through and it's like when i spent like a couple days right it. I've got hundreds. I did hundreds of art shows. I was every single. You wouldn't imagine the. I dedicate myself to tell them this story to every person in the state of michigan with my own mouth and it was it was at cider mills. It was at library talks. It was riverfront beaches art shows. I mean every type of place that you can imagine that were at and it was like that was it was it was interesting to say the least. I bathed in every great lake one summer. Not out of say. I didn't go swimming in every lake. I bathe at every year. Literally another romantic about it. It's just it was like a quarter on the shower and yeah it was interesting. Yeah it really was. It was like the which which was the which was the warmest of all five. I think at the time it was. What is it Lake huron to yeah one with all the nuclear reactors dumping in that one. That was toasty. That's actually a a by sarnia. There's there was some sort of yeah on the other on the canadian side. We do we go. Swimming in the water was like bathwater out. There like This camp together. He's ever cooling. Here's up in one of those interesting people you met in your travels. Was tom uric in front of anytime. Well talking to charles and we had a little powell and was so excited that I learned about the books and called the got ahold of his father. I know that's right. Yeah father told me gave me your number. And that was so proud. Because i had a fellow companion that nineteen thirty five thomas. The first person i ever met that was bit by the city champions bug just like i was and it was like it was it was comforting to know that wasn't the only person in the entire world that could recognize how amazing a year which detroit wins thirty three championships in a single year. Interesting that was at the time. I was thought it was like about the only person in the world and so to meet tom. That was he was. The first person i met that was lake had been bitten by the bug in the selva story at how i learned about you was bill williams who was a stockbroker at oppenheimer over and plymouth. He was eighty years or eighty three years old and he had your book on his desk and he told me that he went to the one thousand nine hundred thirty five championship game out at titan stadium and all the lions and he saw the game and his favorite player was ernie cadel but all of his life he when ernie cadel were lettered number one. Oh that's a sweater with it. That he did. Yeah and then he. They were a very poor family so his mother made him a one and put it on his sweatshirt and he went to school as cadel head. Your books all three. And i said well i've got tape. I would like to have you here. Early cadel's voice and his son told me that when he heard ernie cadel's voice she cried because he was his idol of what he was playing. But you know it in the thirties. They didn't have the sports center. And all the technology he never heard his voice yeah and then when he heard his voice he said he just. He was just in tears. Yeah to hear is actual voice of his hero. And if you go back a few episodes you'll be able to hear those Exact recordings We we shared a whole lot of those. When tom started joining us to at some point the future. We've got charlie guaranteed interview. I'd like to dive a little deeper into at some point. Maybe in the future. Yeah winning joe louis to short. Yeah that's gonna be fine with him. Well and at many many conversations with him over the years. I think the listening audience will appreciate what he told me. That's one of the big stories of the year was was joe louis along with tigers and the lions and then what we're working through right now. The red wings stories got like everything. Like when i said the for the screenplay for the movie yeah like it's got every component of every great sports movie ever but these are true stories and i mentioned i say this beat when we mentioned joe louis because one of the classic components of a lot of these sports stories is the the battle against segregation. Like the jackie robinson story. I mean that's like one of these classic sports components and joe. Louis was i say the jackie robinson story before the jackie robinson story. Yeah because know. He's that's era. He's he's coming of age and you know he's you know he's going against the this. You know this sense of like that. No black man will ever get a chance to the heavyweight championship. so that's just one component. You don't like the tigers are like sort of the bad news. Bears component and there's like every single great sports. Sports story is wrapped up in the stories of these of these teams s. I mean we put it all together for a mini series for hbo or net. Whatever this is going to be the greatest sports story ever told on film because it's a true story. It's not bad. News bears great. But it's like a fictional story. This is real and so that's what i mean when you put it all together. You know what i mean. You've got every single component of every great sports or it's just like i've already seen it. It's in my head and wait to share it until in the meantime we're gonna be talking about it and you don't tell them what they can expect. The last two episodes we talked about the roster rosser changes and and how the the lineup got solidified right and we talked about some of the players. Yes yes and so you know. We've been talking about the evolution of you. Know like how the nhl nine detroit franchise grew jack adams and then how entering the season The roster had to you know they they realized in nineteen thirty four thirty five that this you know if they were going to compete with the likes of the with the especially with the tigers but even with the lions they had to be competitive. The thirty five th. They're going to thirty five. They knew that they had to put a real good team together. or just become relevant and irrelevancy in sports means is the kiss of the final kiss of death and so they knew they had to do something so that so they really started plowing. You know. we talked about the money. They spent on players the creativity that jack adams had in phnom getting players in also on how the minor league team was chipping and players. Beat the minor league team. The olympics beat college olympics. Actually beat the parent club which detroit red wings which led adams to look at minor league team. Certainly saying you know this is a team. That's got some components I should just bring the entire minor league team to the majors. Just call a day. But he's got brought in brought in book but instead he he he went for the the guys team but so so anyway. So we've gone on. I think we've done pretty good job going through the main player acquisitions sort of one sort of a final at least one more component to talk about. Which is. i think it's so important as i was thinking about what we should do for today's show. Yeah it is something. I wanted to do something. I really want to spend at least one show on in seoul in. It's something we touched on early on. Like maybe four or five episodes ago which when we started talking about doug young. Yeah so doug young is going. Is doug young. Yep screen so doug young. We want to go back a little bit in time to when we first introducing doug young. We've talked about doug young as a defenseman. He's one of the one of the guys. Jack adams has identified as a core player for this team. He's identified this guy as a as a as a great player Is one of his five core guys. He's not trading. Doug young but the problem with doug young is that doug young had not had yet to reach his potential and so jack adams going into the season he brought he got scotty bowman for fast defenseman. He knew he was pretty much set with scotty. Part of that fifty thousand dollar deal with city young. He's got doug young who is basically. We're talking about the defenseman. He's now he's looking at defensemen and needs at least four solid defensemen for this for this. New team is putting together. So he's got scotty bowman. This is new. Like sorta you know young edition all the And then he's got Doug young who is good but hasn't yet great. He's got potential in baucau idea what he's going to get with bucko he knows bucko did great with the olympics on the nhl though it's another story it's a complete mystery. This buckle You know he's he's he's exciting player but they don't know what they can actually rely them right and saw and then he's got a basically at an open slot for a fourth fourth defender. And so we're going to talk about the two issues that we just mentioned here. The force latte for that defender. He needs a defenseman to fill that last slot and he also needs doug young. He needs to figure out something to get doug young to play up to his potential. And so that's why we call this episode the reluctant star. Because this is where we're we're doing the story begins. you know. this is what we're trying to head into so so anyways so just start off. I want to start off. I want to read to you. A quote okay. We don't usually don't start this early on with the club. But i'm gonna bring it bring it on out. Yeah so so. This is a quote about so. This is abc goodfellow on fourteenth nineteen. Thirty five on the it was in the detroit times and it was frank mcdonnell. Who is the author of the article is so this is the announcement of eddie. Good fellow was captain of the detroit. Red wings okay. You won't see captain slot or we can show. Yeah we could throw. That's cool so anyway. So here's the so. Here's the the quote for this ebeneezer. Abby goodfellow will captain the nineteen thirty four addition of the detroit red wings manager. Jack adams announced last saturday adams had this to say abbey will be the captain as long as i am the manager. He is an ideal leader and has the confidence and respect of all the players. Now this just seem like a normal press release. Okay just like this every day average presley's but this right here is profoundly important to a series of dominoes which i intend to introduce the next little bit the now over over the course of this show. Okay so i'm just gonna repeat that just so we all know. I'm to repeat jack adams as quote just at for emphasis okay. Ebi will be the captain so long as i am the manager. He is an ideal leader. Has the confidence and respect of all the players. I like the look at this guy. Yes i love that favorites with you can actually see the reflection off the table. And so on. So he will be the captain as long as i'm the manager and that's the key thing to take this right quoted by jack adams all right so now i wanted to say i want to actually throw one more One more quote in here right so five cents. An equally short snuck so we over ear. So bob murphy detroit times. This march one thousand nine hundred thirty six march fourth nineteen thirty six so he meaning. It'd be good fellow teams with larry ori and herbie lewis to form. What adams calls the three musketeers. Whenever any change importance is made in the red wings plans or personnel adams always consults with these three men together with the team. Captain right so yeah so so these two components are saying here so so actually we can throw up on the screen. Listen to the redwings captains here all right. This is the this is. This is the beginning when they started with the red wings. That when you go back to the coors and falcons there's a couple of guys are not in important the storytelling so beginning nineteen thirty. Two thirty three we have larry ori- that's that's the first captain. Herbie lewis and thirty three thirty four. Those are the two guys we mentioned. Here's the three musketeers. Yeah right and then notice and thirty four thirty five we have a goodfellow on right this as the announcement. Okay but but this this was needed. Notice nineteen thirty five thirty six. We have doug young okay in so so pay attention. When i just south i quote huddle be will be the captain as long as i am. The manager every will be the captain as long as i am the manager. He said that in thirty four jack adams did and then the next year doug young's so so what. So what would make jack adams back on quoted newspaper source on june so ab goodfellow is one of if not the best place in the red wings all right he is a team captain and he is one of the three musketeers. One of three that article that with the three musketeers came on thirty six so that was after all this entire season. And so what would make jack adams go back on this determination that red wing that in so in the end you'll also notice what's also import notice as you look at look at doug young as captain and this. We have a list of all the years over the captain's doug young's captain for three years in a row. Yeah and then. You'll notice in the thirty eight. Thirty nine b goodfellow picks right back up as the captain for four more years. And what in in forty two years being captain with sid. How so he's so you see that. So there's this not only it's not so the first inclination is the thank you know face value wants to think thirty four thirty five. What we're talking about you know. They had a bad year. And maybe jack adams we'll maybe isn't the guy to to lead this team as a captain rent. But if that's the case he number one he goes back on his word after says he's the ideal leader. He's gonna be my cat for life so he goes back on that and also was a bad captain. Wide adams reinstate. Because i'm still the general manager. Thirty eight thirty nine all the way through the signal. What we say like sixty five or sixty seven whatever it was. Why would he reinstate him that right. So that's what i'm saying so it doesn't make sense of the question because that's where you know when you're looking into this. This is just as important for me to say this right now. What you are listening right now you the listener home the viewer at home. What you're listening to right now does not exist anywhere else. That what we what. We are beginning to speculate now. The discussion we were going to have does not exist in any history book except for these. it doesn't exist in any radio show talk. You'll ever hear it doesn't exist anywhere else out for right here in this show because that's how much we care about this story that we are willing to dive into this into this sort of mystery. Because what. I believe. I've uncovered with this is you know. Is the story of you. Know of the last missing link of one of the most important critical components of what ended up making this red wings team. Click and also how and why doug young was the captain of the first stanley cup. Champion red wings team how he became that. That's that's not insignificant and so and what's also insignificant. Is this idea eh. Be goodfellow is not. His number is not retired by the red wings. And if you look at this list. I mean this is we're going. We're going to get more deeper into it when we get to. We're going to do a whole show on. I goodfellow in and if you look at this list the every goodfellow if he had if goodfellow had continued in a string of captaincy on he would be as it is. He had five years as the captain of the red wings If if doug young had been captured for those fears he would have had eight years as catherine exacerbating the third longest tenured captain in red wings. History in with that in mind with the third longest tenure captain redwings history would would that have been a good enough achievement for his number to be retired by the modern day red wings. You see what i'm saying like this is this. This is a this is an important. Is i believe this to be a significant conversation to have because once established of the in this is this is all. Just get to the line of thought that i wanna bring out. Is the idea that abby goodfellow willingly sacrificed his captaincy in not only willingly sacrificed it. But you know there's a possibly that it might have even been his idea. Sacrifice his captaincy to give to doug young doing him up to be. yes because there is because i'll read. This is the next quarter. wanna read. Okay so this. The the issue as i've as i've raised already like the reason. Why so. So six in the captain's important and we just had a change in the captain here in the beginning of twenty twenty one and it was. It was like in the news for five six days a week. It was It was mentioned in the news in one way shape or form. I can see this was mentioned in a newspaper in red wings. Were not exactly front. Page material in this was an important thing even back then. It was a big deal. About who the captain was saw. I mean like football. It's like you got ten captains on the field at one time. I think that's that's really watered down. It is too rare every once in a great while. You have a captain in baseball and it's still another it's again. It's not nowhere near in hockey. It's still that see me absolutely a crap ton. cpi's roman they call his nickname. Is the captain you know. That was one of the biggest things with steve yzerman. Is you know the captain. You know what i mean he was. He was a tremendous captain and it was a it was a big deal now and it's been it was a big deal. Speculation is that it might have been eddie's idea to db to do this to bring doug young up and you said you here because you're so so yes here's the thing i mean. That was my read. The second quote is that adams whenever every time there's an an issue of significance. He has the three musketeers. Abby goodfellow larry orient herbie lewis alongside the whatever. Whoever's the captain all three of these men at all three ben captains that losing. And larry orient both captains in says any any decision of any significance is going to be brought before this brain. Trust the three musketeers before the decision is made air go. If here's you know whether it was jackson's idea nobody knows. This is the thing i need. People understand no. There's no article that talks about why they did it. I was going to address the they made they did not. That's what i'm saying. There was note. And that's what i'm saying. We have to so we have to use the evidence of the ensuing events glean. What the rationale for doing it. Because he's not gonna come out and say he's not gonna call and say doug young doesn't believe he's a star so we're going to make him a star by force them to be captain. Yeah it's not gonna come on say because that's kind of because now that actually loves even more pressure on doug young and kind of makes them look. I don't know how great a look that is sure. So he's not going to necessarily come out in say that they're going to say dog. We have total confidence you but there is a little bit of evidence that concert us on the path towards understanding. And this is the quote that want to get into so so. This actually comes out. This is february of nineteen thirty four prior to that thirty four thirty five season. It's like the it's actually. I think it's at the tail end actually of the thirty three thirty four season. So so this right here says so so this talking about doug young re says so so so it's a longer glean out the most important section here in this troy times dated february fourth nineteen thirty four talking about doug young he is however given to lapses and it is when in it is when he has lighter moments that has placed slips back into mediocrity say the same observers because at the beginning says into densely youngest playing great hockey. And he's you know he's talking about how good he is but then he says he is however given to lapses and it is when his lighter moments that is play slips back into mediocrity say the same observers so so right there it just means saying right there there. The newspapers are like these papers. Would like these guys are great. They're amazing whatever and then however he's got these moments where he's mediocre totally mediocre in now. This is where. I don't have a quote for the next step in the process that you know the reason i say this reluctance star but doug young you know just over the volume of reading about. I mean talking about years and years of reading about this okay. Years of reading about these players years read about atoms. It's tough to quantify to put all the little pieces together. But what i'm saying is that you know doug young from from different. You know you're reading about these different games. You read about these different things. And there's this. There's a certain like difference of doug young to defer to other players. It's an interviews like You know even when he's the captain He's still like defers. Like oh i didn't do anything. It was all these other guys He's always he's sorta shy and that's why it is a sense of it is there is a certain injection this or other certain speculation on my part. I'm by no means. Is this definitive to say this at the very least. It's a factual that viewers at this time are seeing that. He has noticeable lapses in his play. That he's prone to He's he's he's prone to. Go slips back into mediocrity. So that's what i'm saying. But i'm adding to that with just what i personally have read and what i feel in. My bones was one of the reasons that they would do this. Because it's a pretty drastic step to get to take a guy say. Oh he's you know he doesn't focus on the game we're gonna make him a captain so he's always seems like there's there's a missing component shirt reason why it's a circulation but i am. I'm putting it out there that That i believe like. I say from what i've read from what i've read about. Doug young from what. I've read about This situations in these games. That i believe it to be that reason that sort of the missing additional reason to these lacks to these slides into mediocrity as they say. Is this idea that doug young Didn't believe he was necessarily a star alongside all these other guys And so that's what i'm saying so this is so so this is like i say this were You know this is where. I'm where i'm going with this That's i'm putting out there. As far as the reason why so So anyways so there's no doubt so so that being said I've got several quotes. That will actually acknowledge what what ended up happening with doug young once he became captain. And that's also where we can factor in. You know what happened. All the results of him becoming captain his boiler yes so So that's i want to read to you so the fis so the quotes of talking about after After he you know after he becomes captain also serious shed light and i think to help enhance what i what i you know what i'm saying about this. This didn't believe in superstardom Somebody to read a couple of these quotes to to to show what he was talking about here and so on all right so all right. So rare okay radar so talking about doug young and this is this quote comes from this is from one thousand thirty six. So this is this is march. Twenty seven thousand nine hundred six. This is towards the end of the Towards the end of the season right all right. So i believe this is like taylor swift. Says responsibilities of leadership have aroused him to magnificent efforts in the public in public print. You naturally read more. About the balancing buckle mcdowell doug young partner on defense anyways. I don't want any further than that. But it right here being a be so Being named captain of the red wings set some kind of a spark in the manly bosom of doug young he has played one inspired during the greater part of the campaign responsibilities of leadership of a rouse him to magnus efforts. That's what i wanted to get there so it did so so. They acknowledged right here. That being named captain the wings has set some kind of a spark in the manly bosom of doug. Young that right there. That's exactly what adams wanted. That's from saint like it like when they say setting a in the manly bosom. That's not all he's prone to lapses on just big concentration. You know what. I mean like video back then. They would have had like adderall if that would help them focus a little more he would have been fine. They wouldn't need to give the cabinet. Alexandra spark in the manly bismuth. Douglas young meaning empowered him. You mean so that you see you see what i'm saying. This is the kind of language that they use. And i'll read another one so the way that they talk about it. So yeah so we saw says serie a doug young captain the wings was ranked by leading observers as the number one defenseman of hockey for the nineteen thirty five. Thirty six season yoga. The responsibilities of leadership like a great general. His plan proved such extent that he was an inspiration to his mates. He never slackened the pace from the entire campaign movies. Moving always to where the fight was. That was bob murphy detroit. Times april thirteenth. Thirty six so anyways you so right there. They say young once again. they're pointing once again. That it was it was the you know the transfer of leadership the transfer of responsibility that elevated him to the next level in. So i wanna give an example here to this is another. This is another quote so this is an example of the type of So this type this is actually doug young in a game Right i just love this quote here because there because this is doug young actually in the thick of the game and they're of talking about you know what what it is so always doug young probably didn't this is. This article comes out. This is april eighth. Nineteen thirty six. By bob murphy. The detroit times so doug young probably did more yelling on the ice during the latter part of last night's game then he has his entire career come on gang. Hold them watch out. Larry atta boy. Normally comeback fast fellows. The captain was the wings. Catherine was playing as one inspired but also bellowing out or a general on war-stricken battlefield. One by one newspaperman and the chosen few fans who managed to gain admittance to the dressing room filed by to shake the hand of captain. Doug young and so i have one more. And this is like my. This is the exclamation. Point is actually the very next paragraph exclamation point in this entire thing. The saints talk gems. The same atoms declared emphatically that making doug. Young captain had caused doug young to find himself. This has been the his greatest season. And what a season. So definitively making him. The captain of this team is i mean by all accounts is by numerous different counts. Different writers including jack adams himself acknowledges the transference of that captaincy on doug. Young is what raise his game to a level where they're saying he's the number one defender in the entire. Nhl okay and so say. It is definitive that the soul so so whether so like i say whether it you know the reason was specifically as i'm as i am saying that it was because doug young didn't believe he was a star which i think there's just you know a couple you know glances of of Ideas that it was or it was just as simple as he was losing focus. Whatever the reason was it is acknowledged all these quotes here. Yeah that that the transference of that leadership of the captaincy is what made him raise that game to that next level in so long short of it is what what incredible psychological move by adams by by epi goodfellow by the three musketeers. This is an this is an incredibly important like you know. It's an incredibly unique component to the story. That the the epi goodfellow would you know would would transfer that captain seats. You know trapped at tra transplant as too young like this you know and it would like you know what we're talking about today in the modern day sports You know what a player today. Look at the goal. I want to transfer my captain fray to somebody else for the you know because i think it's going to raise their game yet. I mean that's on raw. No that's on her and so on and at least i've never heard of a story like that in seoul so so let's say so like emmy goodfellow sacrifices that component of his legacy where he's not the captain for eight years as jack adams promised right. It said he's the cat is. I'm here as long as easy as long as i'm here. It'd be goodfellow is it. And we heard a quote last week from on bucko where he said. Abby goodfellow is the ideal of what all hockey players should be. That'd be good for a revered player at this time and so in one more component is and this is what i want to add. Speak as i say at the beginning here. Is this idea that That they needed a fourth that they needed a fourth defensemen. And this is where heavy steps in again. Every goodfellow who's one of the top scoring forwards of the nhl is entire career. Eddie goodfellow becomes a defenseman in one thousand nine thirty five. Oh he switches over from from forward. He's never he's never played defense menendez entire career. i mean. He knows how to play hockey of shirts. But he's not necessarily known for his defensive abilities as a forward as a and it is a bruiser and saw but then adams needs them to become a defenseman. It's so here's the thing anybody that's looking at ab goodfellow with a modern pair of eyes. That doesn't understand the context. I just throw this out to be good fell not only became. I can see. We're going to go more heavy when you get to. You know when we get a chance really. Focus on him yeah. He became one of the best defense in all hockey. In one thousand nine hundred five. He went to the he was the red wings. Only all star in nineteen thirty five okay. And he went as a defenseman later he dr forward going as he stayed the rest of his career and he ended up a few years later he ended up becoming an mvp of the nhl as a defenseman. Right and what it was when you actually look at all the records of for scoring and that like he's one of the top scoring defenceman in the nhl year after year after this and so So abby anybody that's looking at be good fielded importance of this entire story. Okay is anybody that looks at abby goodfellow and says know they look at his stats and they're looking at whether he should be considered for the red wings you know. His number should be retired. Which the highest fame's knock. Y'all got numbers his you know. He's he's in red wings hall of fame but his numbers not retired his numbers that you should be in the rafters of little caesars arena. Goodfellow next thirty. There's none of the players names are up in the rafter. And he richly deserved. His entire career was there. He was developed by the detroit olympics. Which was the team prior. He played with the cougars. The falcons he started out with the olympics. he's he's one of the best players in the nhl. He's a hall of famer he. He's the keys but all of a sudden now it starts to break down anybody that's modern day looking back at. It'd be good fellows record and they're like well. How many times was he captain. Well five times he was captain. That's pretty good now. If you remove that if you add in the potential context story a captain for eight potentially eight years he wasn't cabinet for potentially eight years is because he sacrificed the captaincy to get doug young to play to a higher level and see you gotta know he was. He was coaching and mentoring as captain captain. Exactly that's another picture while shortly if we get anybody who's watching this story that picture up with the where he's walking up that stairway. Yeah there's not since you picture. He's got the. Yeah the playoffs. Yes this is. This is a follow up on the screen for anybody listening. Is this one favorites. And we may already sean. This is already but this is a full-sized picture of and i think we might have showed it in a little corner. We're introducing abbey but this picture shows here. This photo was taken during the. It was a game three of the thousand thirty five. Thirty six playoffs against the montreal. Maroons and they were walking africa if it was either from the locker room or to the locker room but anyway this it's like an it's like a small platoon of soldiers walking somewhere and you can see that they're like i mean they're in order it. Ebi goodfellow is at the front. He is the guy. Walking in the front of this team is so despite the fact that doug young was the captain they looked at abbey is the i mean he was a guy in. And there's this picture is just one of my absolute favorite pictures for the from the books because these guys are this. I mean this is a moment in time there. You know they don't other about the stanley cup captains or champions and they're just like some random report snap. Shot at abbey is leading those leading this procession. That's not random you know. This is not a re you can see from the way. They're walking the way they're moving down this tunnel. This is not random. That eddie goodfellow in the front of that line and it's not random that they put that in the paper either S i mean like you know the captaincy. Did it necessarily mattered abby. They all knew he was the leader. They all knew that. And even doug young even when you're reading tara quotes from Doug young in the book and he you know he raised his game absolutely. But it didn't take away from abby. He didn't need that seed to be a leader. You know what i mean. It's like a dog. A general doesn't need the epaulets on his shoulder because like he's the leader. You know what. I mean he. He's the best leaders in the world. They don't need decorations or whatever they lead by action and who they are. And that's what. I'm saying like you know they. You know anybody. That's why this guess once again this story. I wanted to emphasize for this different. Forgive it an entire episode is because this. There's no doubt that you know like if this guy he could've could've could've and probably should have banned captain for eight years and without that context of that story. Anybody that's just looking at it as a statistic like oh he was captain for five years. That's pretty good. Yeah without three you know also was. There's a story there exactly. And also that the also which is the secondary component is ebi. Goodfellow became a defenseman so anybody. That's looking at the stats. And they look at like the first whatever five years of his career where abby just lighten up you know the red lamps and whatever you a lotta times a lot of sources when you look good fell it lists him as a ford listen as elissa as a forward and bright and so they look at his goalscoring numbers and they just watch them sort of go down over the course of his career. But the problem is that defensemen as the name implies. They're not on the attack. They don't score anywhere near as many goals. But if you actually compare his goals as a defenseman to these other defense of his era he's blown them out of the water right you see. And so that's the thing he's listed as but that's like these. This era is so detached from us. We don't know any of these stories and by putting him in its proper context. You see this special player that emerges it's like this is what it's like to me. It's like i mean you know it was like the gordie howe or the steve is roman of his era. And imagine for anybody that's watched steve is or watch gordie howe today. Imagine if gordy house number was not up in the rafters of little caesars arena. It would be insane. Yeah it would be insane. That's in this is insane trying to get at say. Because abby spoiler alert abby goes onto become this incredible defensemen for the wings. He's the missa. he's he's the guy that they need for. We had a lot of people to talk to. We got to fix cochran mess. We gotta we gotta fix the goodfellas major mass. It like the other guys. You could make us with the three musketeers. All three of those musketeers. Should larry ari was retired and never was actually hung up in olympia but it was not hung up When they moved over to. Joe louis which is the most craziest thing i've ever heard. How can it be retired by adams and jim norris. The numbers retired by them and it was actually framed and put in the concourse was. Nobody's ever gonna wear that number again. For larry ori and then in the number six where the number again and so then so then numbers retired but it never come over. And then i say adams has got this three musketeer group and And how they get some say like the three musketeers. Ori lewis and goodfellow. Their numbers should be retired. Absolutely and at you know like even if you wanna say herbie lewis well. He's he didn't have as big of a name. He wasn't as captain as long as if you want. You know it's abby absolutely. His number should be retired. And i'm not ever until my dying day until somebody makes it until somebody can make any type of a case that is even remotely The that goes against what i have to say about it. You know what this what i presented. Then it's ridiculous it's ridiculous and saw anyways. yeah so every goodfellow switches to defenseman. He gives up his captaincy to doug young and so we solve this problem that you know that now so this is what they get out of. This deal is they got they. They get an elite defencemen in doug. Young with the best defense in the nhl goodfellow as a defenseman who is Becomes one of if not the you know the best in the nfl is certainly one of the best scoring defense in the nfl or nhl and and now they've got their four is and so The way that the sort of the rotation worked out was is that doug young would be paired with bucko mcdonald. Because we actually have a picture. Here you wanna flip to on the so. This is the little quartet we've got to vote on the screen with all four of the red wings. Defenseman this is their cohorts at these are the four guys are gonna play. Every single game All the games the rags. I think it was forty eight. They play all the games. They don't all four of them. There's no other defenseman us. It's just these four yes. These guys are total. Bee's all four in the rotation is going to be The the to the pairs are going to be. It's going to be doug young and bucko mcdonald. And then scotty bowman and goodfellow. It's all the way so the way that it worked was is that the reason for the pairings was that buckle mcdonald's just raw we've already talked about a super raw super aggressive and he was balanced off with like the elites young who could basically cover up for the mistakes of buckle and i also think that that helped doug young too because it gave him like a whole like a like a lackey or like a student to really do. They actually forced him into that. Role more solar. He's he's like gotta like bucko came in right. He was the he was the lacrosse guy. Yes and it's like oh wait. Let's put him on. Skates was like when he played for the wings. It was his third game. He ever for you. When i start with the olympics when he came up with from the from the maple leafs he actually he was all he was mad because he didn't get in any in any games with the With the buffalo with flow. And so yeah the like you know. He needed molding so that cabling. That really helped him be a better cap young better. It's exactly that's what i'm saying. They actually gave him a guy like if he would've been partnered with abby with with. Scotty bowman alan any tips from you might not. I'm not saying he would like that. But yeah but with a raw bones rookie especially when it's like you know. Hey dog where we're going to go here today. Ducker buckles got this naievety. Going buckles like eight dogs. I'm gonna go hit that guy off. Okay i got your back. I'll cover whatever you'll loose puck gets by. You'll do it kinda gave dog actual like protege. You know a guy that he actually felt comfortable with you know. So that's another aspect was the other pairing is a scotty. Bowman in goodfellow is so with that line up with that sort of With that grouping you got scotty bowman who benefits as a defenseman for his whole career. And he's also always solid defensemen and he's really known as a big scoring defenseman. Scotty bowman know only scored a couple of goals every year. But then he's pairing and actually in and he's paired with abby who is a scoring advancement as we mentioned in likewise with With bucko in dog was bunker was never really score except for in the playoffs when he just has like city says the goals on dog but doug young was actually a re doug doug was fantastic defense when he was a great offensive. Defenseman is great defensive defenseman so that gates so that gave scoring punch to both of those defensive lines as well so as a perfect balance on the only thing that was wrong with it i was. I was getting see this for next week. But it's just is not gonna take long is the idea that scotty bowman is that you know is that is that good fell and scotty bowman love to both fight. Love the fight. They love to get in fights and hit people and stuff. And it led to a ton of paneling minutes for both of them. Okay so the problem was especially after the first couple of games of the season when both ebi goodfellow and scotty bowman are both in the penalty box for only two other visited the other guys work. I mean there are two guys shorter with a couple. there was actually a couple of moments. Where both of his is the on his liner both in the box and so he's like no we can't have this one gets in a fight. There's one i'm going to finish it for. Yeah so both guys will be in the box. Both defenseman there. And so it's so he actually commanded you know. He basically told scotty bowman he was like. Listen i've been trying to tamper abby for years and that's never going to happen never going to get you to stop fighting. We actually kinda need them to keep fighting. Because he's a total beast he's got these rivalries with johnny got league of the blackhawks and red horner from the maple leafs. He's like kind of like your bob pro. You know. he's he's like you know he's a total you know. He's like zombies of score. He's not just a pure muscle guy fighter but he was he was like probably their best fighter abbe was so that's why he's like. I can't stop from fighting. But so scott you're going to have to not that's gonna and that's an entire story unto itself is Scotty bowman in his him having to take on this like you know like not fight. Even though it was totally part of his game was his fight and stuff so that was the ones that are weak lincoln that armor and they were able to their you know they they would They would overcome it and they and these four defenseman would play together for the next two years and they would be. This would be the core group of four guys. That would win. Not spoiler alert. Not only the nineteen thirty five championship for detroit. But the following one as well okay. These are the four guys that would be back to back. This was the pairing. We've got this great vote on the screen. Raw forum are singing or they're all singing together in the bottom. I found this. I've got this great picture. Totally law which is doug young and bucko mcdonald. Stand in front of a normal smith. Yeah yup so Yeah so that saw. That's yeah that's pretty much what i wanted to get to. Well let me throw a challenge out there. Yeah throat So nineteen thirty five city champions thirty three championships in nineteen thirty five. But we're talking about the red wings. The thirty five thirty six year so call john. Let's say no it's the the wings didn't win the championship and thirty five. They want it and thirty six. Yeah oh well yeah the people they'll throw it out there because it wasn't the same year so how do you how do you how do you call that. It all happened within a seven month stretch. Okay i mean it's i mean it's like dominoes. I guess this whole everything. We're talking about happened within a seven month seven month stretch and the hockey season split thirty four thirty five thirty five thirty six. There's no possible way unless you had. Any hockey hockey fluctuates across the year. I usually say within a twelve month span within a twelve month span. All of this you know if it happens within a twelve month span that's within the same and most of it and most of it happened within seven months. That's what i'm saying seventh time with you. Can you imagine october october. Seventh the lions doing a december fifteen th and the red wings on april thirteenth then a incredibly short period of time. Can you imagine how crazy the city would be today with by you. Know exactly in jamie. What i'm saying is is that you know one of the things. I got entrance in one of the things i got interested in this story. Yeah that's a great sign. Yeah get stuck in my head. While and i love that what it does but anyways just one of the things i got really interested in with the story as i the further i got into it was was the idea of team building because all these teams all the stuff happened in the formative years of detroit sports. I mean the lions are born in thirty four. Yeah the red wings are only so named in thirty three thirty their only named you know there's only been the red wings for a handful of years and so these are the formative years these. The tigers had never won a world series. I mean they've been around the tickets. Were the oldest franchise in the city right on but they never won a world series and in in certainly that. The state of michigan had not truly embraced tigers. The way that we see today not until thirty five to that thing happened. So these are the formative years of these teams and i got really interested in the idea of team building building teams. What does it. Why do some cities retain their teams. Why do some cities some teams become such a such beloved by their city and then other teams don't even last a year you know. There's there's many vegas yeah. Well yeah they get really. I mean that's been there's been there's been thousands of teams throughout the course of sports history in general to all these different cities that leave they don't ever wide the packers. Why are the green bay packers. they have. I don't even know how big their city is. But if you look at population list of all the nfl teams or it's microscopic compared to every other team. Why did they live in their fervor is. It's insane it sold out every game in two feet of snow. It's that's what i'm saying like. Why is it that like in cases like people like let's because they have a large population and is because they do. This is because you know. It's not as for formula. Is that you. can't you can have a big city and not necessarily a team is not necessarily going to attach itself to the community. And that's what i really got into with all the stuff that's why we talk about the importance of the rivalries. That's why we talk about guys like bucko mcdonald who become fan favorites. Endear these people. And that's why. I say do says where we say when these teams are by the red wings it was important for them to win at the same time as the tigers or lions because they knew they had to stay relevant. They had to stay relevant. They had to win at this time. And so one of the things i talk about. Imagine how exciting it would be today if these teams one. And that's what i'm saying is is that jamie. What i've found from reading through these things is that there. Is you know they talk about those that don't that study those that don't remember their history are doomed to repeat it but i follow Hopeful line of thought. Which is that those that understand their history understand where they came from understand. The lessons of the past can can duplicate the lessons of the past can stand on the shoulders of those that came before them and reach for something greater can replicate that passed. And that's what i'm telling you. This is what i'm saying. What i found in these stories and a lot of these things is is is that it is entirely possible for detroit to do something incredible once again and there's so many different learning lessons from this story That may that they were able to tap into to make it a reality. And what i'm saying is i'm saying this without any this is like i'm saying the straight to the camera. I was looking at the camera. This is it is entirely possible for the city to to to to replicate the city champion story for a city that dominate in. You know in a way that no city is ever seen before there. There's no say there's lessons to be gleaned from this and i see in one of these days one of these days once. This story comes out once this story comes out and the people actually start talking about this and saying my god. I can't be you know. It's not just a bar trivia question that this is something that actually returns to the to the To the mainstream world detroit sports that the anniversary's remembered the abby. Good name is hung in the rafters. That mickey cochrane's is hung up all these different things at once. We start getting it Diving deeper into this in seeing what they did right and understand where we came from. Then we're going to be able to do it again. That's what i'm saying is so anybody that's listeners. Anyways listen tired of seeing their teams lose. Guess what. I got some got some things that's gonna help. Ramada teams tell these people that watched that run these teams to watch the city of champions podcast right now and we want to thank you. Yeah we do want to thank everybody who hangs out with us. We truly appreciate so nice little policy of folks chime in and say hi throughout the broadcast or live and then John hall said today And then you know so. It's it's it's cool it's So if you if you haven't if you're listening you haven't subscribed gordon subscribe leaving a comment would be a beautiful thing and That'd be pretty cool as well and we appreciate you. Hear what. I appreciate is Tom toms got a digital Gassing he did not tell us what the digital was. Yes so tom nor did he let me choose. Which did you know. I was gonna. Which one do we was so we got picked one. Well did you. Did you know that in nineteen sixty july the fourth that a young person eight years old would over the big diagara falls at the way. No because i was there. I was the last one and this and the cable the winds with a rain coat on where you into barrel relied tonight. Actually around and i looked at the made the best. That's the boat that goes up into the falls and i said my goodness gracious. Somebody fell off the boat because they were all the one side they had a big net. That could i just couldn't imagine That somebody fell off the bull dental ever think somebody would go over the falls soon so i i told my friend ahead of it. Was that high school. He would we pass it up the line and everybody stopped and then you took the elevator up to return. You're a raincoat and they were all hubbub. Him on the boy that went over the falls at what happened was that there was a father and his older sister was fourteen. He was eight and they on the niagara river. They stopped the the boats and for some reason his boat did went through the where and their daughter was thrown out and he was throwing up. A little boy was throwing up because the niagara river is one of the fastest rivers in the world that eighteen or nineteen miles an hour tournament and so the girl got over to the american horse and they got her out. Hey doggy paddling against never found the supposedly. They'd never found his father but the little boy had deserve on and they figured that when he went down he was boiled between two big mammoth rocks and he bounce back up and somebody spotted him on the list and they fucked him out. He was eight years. Old survived already survived. Yeah that's crazy july. The fourth quarter bank. I must've atoll. Imagine that kid the rest of his life like yeah went over the falls like wire survive like body served in the fall. I got another quick story. That i want to throw in with your with your with your falls on is anybody. That's not heard. This navy for della handy at della hansi was basically like the he was like sort of like the babe ruth of his day was early. It was later. He was a star from the late. Eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds in big adela. Hannity is one of my absolute favorite baseball players of all time. Big ed della hansi and anyways he died on the fall of going with the falls. Oh it was taking a train. He was taking a train to a game in detroit. Take it from his plan. For washington nationals at the time and washington americans because he played with the american league team at that point i think it was two or three first couple years the american league and he was they were taking a train to detroit and he got drunk on the train and was getting all angry and the the conductor threw me off the train and nobody knows what they He was he was wandering by. There is a security guard near the falls such and such and and He There there's nobody if it was an argument that he got him with the guy because he was so drunk he got kicked off. The train. It's so And then yeah so there was like nobody knows if it was an argument with that the security guard. Whatever look out or overlook there was there on. Nobody knows exactly what happened. But they found a couple of days later to you. Know dead from the grit and again imagine that whole thing that bay best baseball player one of the best baseball players in the country goes over the falls. You know. I mean that's still a mystery to this day. That'd be really knows exactly what happened but he said adding to a tremendous player. It's a challenge. that's a beautiful falls. I've never seen it. I've never seen it i love. It seemed i've seen the grand canyon. I haven't seen the nightfall fall. You see this. jd you been. I have well that road trip with the city of champions podcast falls. Make it happen. Might be a little water wings on getting close to that. Okay i get it. Tom look what happened man. Zip right past. it's just where does it go up telephone call. But now you're good. Good your lady friend and i don't mind you phone rings otherwise child yellen and i'm already getting jamie a bunch of grief about a one day. 'cause your phone buzz. Unprofessional gave her boarding. Because they got this lady. She's yeah yeah you're good know you're learning about the ring the bell. Yeah all right so detroit. City champions the podcast. It's the website detroit city of champions dot com and on facebook and You know get emerged there and Books and yeah. The matza released some new hoodies t shirts and stuff. Because i've been doing. I've got a black. If you come into the stores were in twelve oaks mall no by tweet. Parts of clinton township I'm actually in stores quite a bit. And i've i've got these. We've got some pretty cool merged with a black hoodies. Black t. shirts with the red taxed. Okay and we're about to put out some dark blue with white textile so it's tiger color. Know look saw it. Yep solve all right. Detroit city of champions podcasts. We'll see how. 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MWA289 - Ben Strano

Modern Woodworkers Association

1:28:47 hr | 1 year ago

MWA289 - Ben Strano

"Welcome to the modern woodworkers association. A podcast about woodworking from folk. Who would work? Woodworking is what we do who we are and what we talk about so join us as we have a drink. Sit around and talk woodworking. Hi and welcome to the two hundred eighty nine episode of the Modern Woodworkers Association podcast on Barton of cable and tools. And I'm here with my co host. Diani plot key of the ultimate woodshop and Sean was new ski of the Corner Workshop. In tonight we're talking with a longtime friend of the show. The one and only been strand of fine woodworking. Welcome to the show. Ben Thank you. Thank you for having me. Good to have you back always. That's right so I guess We'll start out this show like most podcast these days and talk about the corona virus go bid nineteen and so we've had a couple of things Come up since our our last show. I think we did mention our last show. The fine woodworking alive was cancelled but You'll have Ben If you want to fill in a little bit about what's going on I don't think you're just GONNA you're not gonNA have it this year and just Revamp for for next year. I think you. I think it's April sixteenth. Eighteenth of twenty twenty one okay. You're better at that than me. I can never remember exactly when it is It's an April so we're we're talking about kicking it. You know down the road trying to find the other day and it just it just seemed it was who knows you know and Also you know we've done a lot of research and surveys and everything and and it seems like that time is is is a sweet spot for our audience. That's when our audience really likes having event because they're they're less likely to be away on vacation. They're less likely to be you know doing this. And that so it just. It's always felt like the right time for us so for for maybe a day or two we were looking into other dates and then And then it was just you know. Let's let's let's just let's just punt on this year and Hope everything is called down for the next year and we can do it right And Hope I don't know. If Tom was here he would tell you. If we're going to be doing the same presenters or or or what the program is going to be like. But I think that's the current goal is to Just you know change. Change the day of the counter and that things are running right now. Who's to say that a new date would even work? I mean it's such a moving talk right now. We're in a very different place now than we were last week. So you don't want to just say let's move it ahead six weeks and we'll be okay. You might not be exact and all parties involved are going through a little differently so yeah really hard to tell if everyone could show up. That was planned this well. Extenuating circumstances if if you think about the world they were living in a week we can half ago. It fell. Felt like we might have been jumping the gun at one point in the day and then it felt like you know. Oh my God how have we not cancelled the next you know and it just it was all moving so fast that and there's a lot of pieces to to line up because we didn't want to come out and say we are canceling and and we don't know what's going to how the refund process is going to work. You know. I want to gradulate you on that because y'all put out a thing. Hey in two weeks. He'll you should be getting your refund within two weeks. I mean the next day I got emails. The the money's being processed and back in your accounts well and honestly I mean. I don't want to. I shouldn't we were expecting to have to eat a lot of it on soon. But it just Tom and renee or like it's it's it's the right thing to do and And then after. That decision was made The the registration software that program event that we use they. They came down and said listen. If anybody wants to cancel the event. We're just GONNA make it easy. You know so. They really went above and beyond honestly and and made it easy So I really thought it was going to take a long time for everything to come through. I think betsy was even saying at one point. She was expecting thirty days. And then it yeah. I heard from multiple people. It was already you know it was a day or two. And that's it good good. I mean if anybody's looking in planning a big event event bright they get the thumbs up from from me there. You know exactly. How did y'all have insurance for this event or I don't know I don't know I try and stay away from that. We'll so all synced vincent happening. Y'All have started doing some some other unique things and I think you've been kicking off the last last few days with some interactive online events. Well we're we're still figuring out it just it. The unlike the livestream thing just happened really naturally. I was My I was in the shop. One and my wife Texted me. She goes Chris. The'll he's doing a livestream from Beth room or something from his bedroom or whatever. I was like cool. I'm signing onto that and it really felt like this okay. You know. Everything's weird right now but this is cool you know and it felt like a little community thing and then all now sitting there was what what can I do you know. How can I do that? And I'm not like I'm like I said in one livestream not Mike Petkevich. People aren't GonNa like just swarm around a computer to see me woodwork. So what can I do and I was like? Oh wait a minute. I have full access to putting anything I want in front of the paywall. So why don't we find out what people are working on if they're stuck in you know by themselves isolated in in their shops and let's let's make it easier for them you know and So there's you know a lot of requests for machine setup videos and and the the obvious ones I think there is some workbench things but so that day. We did a livestream. Everybody told me what they're looking for. And I actually like some of it was just the my computer screen us in. This is a great article. That's great article. Read this do this. And then the next day I put it all in front of the paywall on the website. So anyone can access it. And that's great tastic and then. Fr- from that people are saying. Hey give us a tour of your shop and it was like You know I'll do it some other time in so we we we. We did that today. the other thing that we are working on though is it's a drag that there is no event in April so we're going to try and figure out some kind of virtual event to put on And it's right now. It's it's we're still figuring it out again. We had talked about figuring out. Different ways of doing the podcast. I'm also trying to figure out different virtual event hosting platforms and trying to classroom type scenario where maybe jeff and I head up to Bob. Man Dykes and he does his class. It's alive thing and you can be there in front of your computer and you can ask questions live and you know. I would chime in and ask the question on your behalf. So the the the screen So we're we're looking into things like that because we really have a lot of presenters that that we could get to in a short drive so we would like to try and fill that gap somehow. We're not positive how totally going to be done yet but some virtual events will be in the future for all those people who have questioned about sending back blue poxy. I have cats six right into the garage and how? How much does blue SHELLAC stain things? It's alcohol based wipes off all right. Yeah try and get some alcohol right now. Yeah I know denatured. Alcohol is going for premium. These days I was I was actually a local hardware store today and they were making with With heavy duty shop towels. They're making like alcohol wipes out of teenager alcohol and and and Rolls of paper towels cut in half and it was like okay. I guess that'll work. All right now yeah no kidding no kidding well we'll man y'all are doing a fantastic job especially help and support us through through this event whatever we want to call it but you know keep reminds off of you know all the craziness out there and Yeah fantastic So let's let's move on so Texas woodworking festival has also been hasn't been canceled issue has been rescheduled but they rescheduled for September. Twenty sixth so we've been we of course support support their effort so I think if you bought tickets are good for that event. So there's nothing you need to do just show up for September. Twenty six did buy tickets and Need a refund. They can do that too but I think one of the things they use this festival for is to help fund their school. So I would say if you can't make it and you can part with the money that would be nice because I know a lot of teachers and schools out there. I mean they're going to have no income for the next few months. And it's you know we we don't want to lose any of them. Tickets are very reasonable to this is. That's twenty two dollars. That's that's well worth dropping. Yeah so maybe a few didn't plan to go to. Ben Might be nice to go ahead and buy ticket. Yeah yeah no and I I know From from my my other life of of running I just listen to a whole thing about marathons how many of those are being owned in this and how my local marathon instead of postponing the Boston marathon which is a very important one. They just said. Kind of like fine. Woodworking did scrap it. The falls going to be so busy with events because everything's being pushed there because everything that was already scheduled they're just GonNa be piled on by what's already what also is. GonNa be coming in there because hopefully we can just move stuff six months in the future and be okay like if if you if you can go to support for sure and and also because the attendance may be at a premium depending on what else is going on Yeah and I. I think that's one of the things you know with. All these events got one other event. I heard don't have any information on that. We have also noted is the Bader's ball so that's done scheduled to late June so I'm not sure what their status is bound They'll post something about that soon. There's enough things right now. There are kind of questionably far enough in the future that you you're hearing not much about them. I'm hoping that the you know in three months could get a lot better And in the future starring future person if you looking back and wing would. They really blew out of proportion but also we hope so yes yes fingers crossed but like the twenty twenty. Olympics right now. There say they haven't said anything you know early on there like Oh my God they might cancel it and now that like bedlam is in the United States. Like they're they're not saying much more so hopefully by July weekend. All enjoy something like that but time will tell us well in in honestly. This is one scenario where I feel like I've yet to find someone who I don't feel like we're in it together right now. You know Everybody seems to be on the same page. If you've got an event going in July or something like that in your hesitant about cancelling I get it. I'm not going to hold that against you and also might not plan on going. We you know but people are? I think going to extend a bit more understanding with the circumstance than many times. You would find It's it's it's it's a hard thing to pull the plug on an event. It's a hard thing to do. And and if if it is far enough out maybe there's not enough of a reason yet to do it because everyone's assuming where everyone's understanding. Yeah Yeah for sure. Exactly well One I guess Good thing that's come out of this. So far as Lee Valley is offering free shipping now with no minimum order so You know that's one thing we need to do is support. Our you know support what you can your local businesses as well as some of our woodworking businesses. So now's a good time to go over that wishlist valley. I is it just me then in times like this you start looking at things going. I could buy that. I it time on my hands I could. Yeah you know maybe you know but yeah I mean it's it's great that they're reducing shipping a meal for something like that something that they do. You know in in different times of the year but Well I think cure. The key is no minimum order. So usually it's like a fifty dollar order which is hard to do but still that means you can get a door knob. So so check out their hardware brio catalog it. They got plenty of stuff there too. Yes yes I was. I was pretty surprised to see that because I mean no minimum order bright that that is fairly unprecedented by my I would think But yeah it's just one of those things you know right now is when you find out. Like how how who's running a business and and like especially leave Allie. It's it's Robin is he. Cares that man cares. You know so I'm GonNa have to buy that Little what do they call it? It's a little plywood thing that they made poor joyner for your. Oh yeah for the shoulder shoulder planes. Yeah Yeah don't need to buy that. Maybe Place. An order tomorrow for that but Yeah Mine's Love the Bow Sander. I think that's the whole yes. Yes yes Yeah Yeah especially with all the work you're doing now the with the Ukulele and everything. Yeah that could be really really handy. Yeah Yeah it's funny. You say that I'm looking this time last year little later. Last year we had the discussion about. They're both versus the rock won. We did daily. I still have the rock one. That's still not what sandpaper for it. And I can see the same favors more expensive than the Sandra was just thinking about. I have something just like that. I couldn't remember them well. you know maybe just bury your yawn to buy some stuff Best tools having a price increase on April first and April. I Gag So if you're interested in any vegetable products now's the time to buy so. Looks like they're doing everything across the board so even from their consumables and have they done a portion of that in previous years or yeah almost almost four years ago. They stopped putting pricing in their catalogs. That they were restricted to it for a full year. Wow so anyway so with that will move onto what in the shop so John you've been working on anything you know are. Are you at Home Office at this point? No I I'm I'm still in the office. Egged actually mo my office bustling as a little little inside my. Oh my work but Our client site has said any nonessential contractors can go back home. Which is odd. Because they're very involved and the site so on Monday of this week I received twenty employees and are normally in my office to work so our office got busier This week then then the opposite But today I had a discussion that might team of. It people spread between three offices. They're trying to get us to not work in the office full-time during this event which is odd. Because I'm the only one in my office so I do very physical hands on work with equipment and accounts and other things that I can't really do remotely so I'm today. I'm going to be in the office but anyway so what I've found recently is my time is in. I get like fifteen minutes at a time. I can't put an hour into my shop. I get little bits and because of my my hobby of rockets lately That means I can paint but only one coat on one thing at a time essentially because the masking take that long to do that. So what I've got accomplished in the last few days is got primer on one piece and a code of yellow which is the color of upper body of the rock. And I'm working on Because I've now flown rocketing inflow proved that it could go up and come down safely so now it gets a coat of paint because because you don't want to put that time in or or any of that material or anything if it's GONNA blow up or crash unexpectedly so you you know that it's my mentality about it anyway Entertaining to think what else no. That's that's about it. I've got a little bit of painting done in the last two days in a total of about twenty five minutes worth of opportunity Otherwise I got new shoes and Iran on him tonight. So there you go there you go there. You'RE GONNA go well for me has been a little interesting today because I had a call from my doctor's Office. I went in early last week for just a routine checkup and They called me today and told me that one of their staff members tested positive and they recommend is self quarantine for fourteen days so fantastic so Yeah so that's what I'm doing Which listeners that's why we're recording tonight's episode remotely exactly exactly now You know One of the things I was I was doing was fulfilling motors for some gigs. In fact I was going to go out to the mail today. Ships on so had to change those plants. And anybody that's listening it's order my jigs and received one of my emails. I do appreciate your support in Understanding during this time and everyone's been really super grade positive but yeah it's going to be. It's going to be a couple of weeks where I can Venture out to the to the post office so Anyway so that's what I'm doing still working on build up some inventory for my jags and Hopefully we'll get some shave worse time in next week because I've got a bunch of spindles. Anita shape not to make light of it. But you're a retiree so you read home-and-away that's true that young retiree. It's true that is also true. Don't have a whole lot of friends. Anyways were gone over the last time we were recorded like. We're we're isolated anyway like recording this. We're not in the same state let alone anywhere near each other. And so for for this part at least were pretty darn safe. Yes exactly now. What's what's also interesting. Is You know the the to the one place any indigo. Besides the post office was to grainger and pick up some some Inventory items for my jags. Luckily I have plenty on hand. But it's just a replenishment deliver you can but then I gotta pay shipping charges. But if I just go there store it up I can buy it there so raise your hand real quick. What's closer to you? A rottweiler or a Grainger Grainger by ranger couple hundred miles actually a fast fast closer than even the grainger. But they don't they don't well. I have everything. Grainger does expense. I've got closer than woodcraft but I could not tell you that there's a grainger within three there is there's another there's a small on the same block as my office but but grainger's only about fifteen minutes away. Has anyone ever bought something fast? And all this week we buy all. I've never been in the not. Your roofing carry lots of fasteners when I had to rebuild my Joyner plane or I needed some specialized screws that I actually got festival. Okay wow I never set foot in one. I can't figure where I'm on the Grainger site right now. I'll find a branch over at there at the top tech guy. I've I've never been ingrained or have never ordered anything from Grainger. I've been ineffectual. I've never modeling. You ordered stuff from McMaster Carr I love McMaster Carr. Yeah a lot of this stuff you order from them. You can get a grainger and so Sometimes a price difference sometimes grainger may be a little little more expensive than McMaster Carr. But you don't have to pay shipping so you can go pick it up at their store with you to have that like there's no web experience like the McMaster experience isn't as different as you'd expect from McMaster Carr. Yeah Yeah. It's not that different. But they will ship it. They will tell you what you're shipping is going to cost and I love it. It's almost like you know you got me so you know you can do whatever you want right now because it's going to be here tomorrow but Yeah Yeah. I okay so there is one about twenty five minutes south of me. I had no idea readers everywhere they are now. I see this looking through the locations and Ohio. Now that's not everywhere in Ohio. As I was going down I was like two hours two and a half hours three hours. Oh no look. There's one right there right. Pretty cool they everything just so that you guys know. I'm useless now. I'm just to be jumping back and forth between MasterCard Queens or maybe maybe you could build you know remote recording rig from stuff you get there. Yeah they've got everything what's in your show It's it's the opposite of Shawn's in that too no rock no rockets Nude no no rockets one hundred percent rocket free. How we roll them. That's how we like it but the The isolation that is coming with a everyone reacting to Cova nineteen meaning that scare houses. How's IT impacting? Your the roofing job at work it has shut down a number of sites. We work for a lot of hospitals and we've had three different hospital systems. Tell us we're tell everyone. Don't come so we're Kinda played a day by day and so far we still have places and we have some private customers. Who are like. Oh well the restaurant in my in my shopping centers close so now. You'RE GONNA have to sort of scaffolding right in front of to get on the roof. Let's do it now. So we've got some situations like that that are coming up and provided that the The government response doesn't become more encased and that the actual illnesses don't don't really magnify hope. Hope things stabilize as they are. I don't know that he's going to have that much of an impact in terms of our actual production but it's it's lots of jumping through hoops right now to figure out where we can go where we can't go Yeah we we tend to yeah. We're we're broken up into little groups so we're not usually in New York. At least we're being told to stay below units at ten. Um and that's not really a problem so so far we're we're navigating through it but every day is a little different so we'll figure that out. I did have. I had that thought today like for those businesses sadly that that have to close their doors. But maybe hopefully not for too long. What an opportunity to upgrade or fix whatever that may have been the needling thing that really couldn't do because you had to be open every day. The problem is that lots of small businesses rely on conflict flow revenue. And that's true it's it's GonNa be. It's unfortunately it's going to be devastating too far too many small firms My my heart goes out to a lot of them. It's it's rough especially the employees on service. Employees are not making killer dollars and when when the restaurant closes for three weeks. They're hurting and hopefully that does not last any longer than absolutely needs to earlier. You know even you know all the woodwork woodwork. Instructors and you know of course I know all the chair makers were canceling their classes. And you know the you know. That's the way these people make a living and it's really. It's really really going to be hurt now too. So my wife. She's You know she's a piano teacher. Basically she's cancelled all her classes. So you know. She's getting no income from that. Luckily we don't depend on that income but if we did it would be devastating Justice past weekend I have a CO worker that went to A IT'S A. It's a woodworking school. But they've also do a lot of other things and so he actually went through a knife making class and leading up to this previous weekend. It was a little questionable but still happening and and I asked him on Monday. I said Hey You may think all yeah. Show me the picture of the whole thing. He said there were like fourteen people in the class. Which is really full class for what it was doing But subsequently that places had to shut down and same thing like we can't do this anymore. You know it's it's we need to be careful until we know more going forward. It's like that's a very very very real thing right now. The way that has impacted our family the most well beyond the fact that the kids are home from school. That's a big task. But it's also shut down all the scouting we do so. Yeah I was just going to think of that too because you guys aren't even meeting any more right exactly so I've gone from two meetings a week and most weekends having something going on to nothing this. This recording is the only evening event. I have all week which is just unheard of. So that is what what that means. In terms of my shop is the entertainment center slab that is currently serving as a recording desk. And just catch all for all the crap. That's in my shop right now. The plan and I don't want to be held to this but the plan is that Saturday morning. I'm GONNA come in and clean the shop out. Which hopefully won't take all day and then I'm going to drag this thing out in the driveway and continued sanded Because I would love to start throwing more poxy on it at this point and just keep the stupid thing moving because it's been touched it. So that's that's the planes to get back into sanding and while I've got everyone there Eighteen month old total boater. Poxy still good you I would. I would think in the bottles got the to pump things a gallon in the corner. Some big bottles of West system that I've had for at least a decade. Yeah I'm I'm with West one zero five. I've I've used that on on on rockets reasonably and they appear to be hardening and as tough as could be. Yeah you might WANNA just make couple real tiny batch you just make yeah. That's what I was thinking is Friday night. I'll probably make a batch. Come out to clean Sunday. I'll make a Saturday morning. Make sure it's all set. Do you just say I've used it on rockets because you know people can't argue with anything after that on rockets yeah there you go no so so it opened me up into the silica under the coal Adelson. Look up which I it's A. It's a filler. It's a it's a I don't know what else does Thickener it's essentially cornstarch if if you were baking like it it it just makes it thicker and that's good because there's applications when you're making a rocket Ben. If you haven't heard I I made. I made a rocket I put together a rocket. That's like six feet tall and four feet diameter four inch sorry no four inches very Stomach pain or tube six feet high and so. It's basically like the kids that you did from the hobby store but times like ten and so when you're adhering those wings you need some substantial phillips to strike out and if you use traditional poxy runs like hell and so you need to thicken it but you don't want to thicken it and lose strengthens anyway. And so I I got into that whole thing but yeah so I use like maybe not ten maybe eight year old west of poxy that I had from making a five God knows fixing something previously and Yeah it worked great but yeah maybe that does quiet some argument essay on a rocket because because dead. Yes Sean is a platter. As as previously stated this thing went up in the air came down. Actually Pretty Damn hard and didn't break and partly because of the materials us which is good But also in the in the mixture of building a thing I use J. B. Weld too. So you know who knows who knows but then we're trying to expand our Audience with both woodworking and model rocketry. So we think the crossover in the diagram is our sweet spot. I've used everything from a belt. Sander to hand plane to a spoke shave on that rocket. I promise you. Can You bring the rocket over and let it play with my band? So maybe But let me actually bring the thick and the poxy back to woodworking Is that I actually. I've been using fiberglass to thicken the policy because it makes it even thicker than the COLLOIDAL That'll be crazy stuff because I'm looking to fill these pores and I'm looking the coil What is what it's Colloidal Silica. Silica thank you. The Silica makes thick enough. That it doesn't bleed through the Timber Strand. Which is what happens if you don't at all and it just drips through So that's one of the reasons. I was thickening. But I've also thickening. Just be able to to build up Do to build up a thicker coat so that I wouldn't have so much shrinkage But that's why I'm saying this whole thing back. Because it is pulverized fiberglass putting into it. I've never heard of a fiberglass filler. Yeah IT'S A. It's a glass filler. I don't think they actually call it. Fiberglass filler pipers anymore. It's just a powder. Yeah so so. Is that the little bubbles right there. Sharp sharp sharp sharp. You're not gonNA cut yourself but it's not. It's not a smooth thing to run your fingers through like it's some of the texture the silica if you if you breathe out in its vicinity. It's going everywhere you have to okay. You don't don't open it without your respirator on puffs everywhere. It's a buddy movie I managed to compare the two New York. I have a giant tub of both and I've got a small tub of Silica glass came. It's like a two gallon bucket. It's this big for God. Maybe Gallon but it seems that the building is that what the strengthening for like hall us some toll from total boat so they use it somewhere somewhere in boats okay. Yeah we'll sue. Well would that Ben? What are you working on that? We didn't hear about earlier today. What's in your shopping? We can we can reinforce with thick poxy. That's really the question. Oh no experience. I'm way out of my helmet here. let's see what am I? I'm I'm in one of those like sad depressing times when you need to buy a lot of materials and either like don't WanNa spend the money or you shouldn't spend the money and so like right now I'm just kind of treading water Because with the UKULELE. I've been building. It's the the the tone woods not cheap and There's only a few places you can get it from and the best place I've found is Is this place. Bo River would fall river. I think in its in Canada. And when when you start doing the the the the calculations you're like Oh man I can get all of this for for nothing and then then the shipping comes in and Actually the shipping is is absurd enough where I just can't bring myself to do it where a niece was going up to shoot something with. Vic Tesla and I was like Oh wait if something ship to Vix can you drive it back for me enough time to get into customs like I mean a niece occurred? I couldn't But so it's it's just one of those. So now I'm I'm making bending molds basically the outer moulds for For Two UKULELE. I'm king the shape a little bit so I have to make all new mall. That's going to be my question. They WANNA have. The mold lasts more than one. Yes it's just because you're changing it. Yeah Yeah there was. There was a mistake that I I didn't make in the first one It was right there to make but I didn't make it and I found it on the second one Where my mold didn't have enough of a flat spot to easily put the neck on so when when the neck was in in position. I was basically Aso's doing the Glue Up. I would ship peace out to make this flat area that the neck would go on and on ukulele number two. The neck wound up or the neck pocket wound up real like three degrees off. And it's it's a lot over the course of eighteen inches okay Because that neck stands up three degrees eighteen inches from the body and all of a sudden it. Just it just doesn't look right you know there's something about and and it's not enough that you can easily say what it is but it just didn't look right And eventually I figured it out and re cut the neck with with the three degree angle and to correspond with it But I don't want to do that anymore. So let's get right. So I made new molds. I'm this batch I wanNA make too at the same time to mall so that you could make to ucs at the same time exactly exactly and I think I'm going to make a Henner along with them as well so yeah so I'm in mold making. Mdf Right now. Well any reason for ukulele compared against other instruments curious. Have you ever tried to make a base no? I don't WanNa do that to myself. So years and years and years ago We always joke in in this. I worked in recording studios and we always joke. Oh this needs a baritone Ukulele because it seemed like an absurd idea. Right and then one day. I saw a baritone nuclear. So wait a minute. This is a really cool instrument. It's like a small guitar and I had always wanted one so I did a record for a friend of mine for free. So basically they did ten grand worth of work for him for for nothing and as thank you. He bought me like a two hundred dollar Ukulele. Which if you knew this guy. This is the only two hundred dollars thing. He's ever bond his entire life so it's always meant a lot to me so like one day he was like. Hey let's go to corner music. Hanmi Baritone Ukulele was like this is awesome. And it just wound up as my. I have nothing better to do. I'll sit on a couch. Play this Ukulele thing and for years. It's always I come home from work and I immediately grabbed that thing and I just start playing and people are talking to me and I hear maybe forty percent of what they're saying but It's it's just always been a part of my life ever since I had one. It's just it's it's a small instrument that You can sit and not bother people easily. You know it's like guitar. Sometimes there's a guy in the room playing guitar you know and and it's just it's a lot and you're like that scenes from animal house. Yes exactly exactly no no. Sometimes I am like that with the UKULELE. Don't get me wrong. I like sometimes my wife will look at me and be like okay that that's a lot but it's it's just always been a part of me And one thing about working in the office where I work is especially he was like like. Meh was making the boxes Manhattan. His thing Mike had his thing John has his thing. Everybody had a thing where it's like. You could look at a piece and say this. Is I know immediately who made in upright everybody had a voice a woodworking voice and I had always been seeking one and I tried to glommed onto other people's things and it just it was never right. I I love. I still love carving spoons but I never felt like it was. I never felt like I was saying anything with it or I was doing something that felt really original. I was always chasing something. And there's a really long story. I'm sorry that's why we're here. Yeah so I had. I had a friend of mine pass away and he was like the Guy who taught me everything I knew about recording and we used to try in like sneak things into mixes that would make the other person called the guy up and go. How did you do that what did you? Why did you do that? You know like like you used to you. Try and get each other going with something and when he passed away. I really thought about IT I. I'm you know what am I? I'm making things but I'm not really saying anything I felt like with music I generally had somewhat of a voice and here I am. I'm I'm I'm I'm sitting in a cubicle and not really making anything real you know and I thought screw that I gotta make something. That's mine and I thought I WANNA make an instrument that Joe would look at me and say. Why did you do that? You know like like what is wrong with you and I thought arch top Baritone Ukulele. Because there's there's there's no reason for whatsoever and it's you you search out arch top Baritone Ukulele and there's four. There's there's there's just no I'd I know? And and and they're they're out there people make them but it never seems to be a thing and like. I even found a thread one time in some forum where people are saying. Should it be? This would be an every says. There's no known thing out there to chase it's either freeing or horrible. You know where it's like you you can make it whatever you want. Because there's no arch top Bertoni Maili to hold up and say this is one that works and so I- right off the bat. I knew that the first one was going to be junk. And so I made it with with would've had lying around and this is but these were all techniques I had never used before I never. I'd steam bent share parts. But I'd never really been been anything you know. I had never hot pipe. Ben ANYTHING THERE WAS THERE. There was everything in front of me was unchartered territory but for some reason. I was stupid enough for just long enough to say. I know I can take this bit by bit and do this. And there's no plan to follow. There's no you know you you kind of have to figure it out as you go so that's fine you can't really ruin it because there's nothing to ruin. There's no there's no goal other than getting to the end of this thing I ask you about. How long does a project take you? That one I think started in April and I finished in I finished in four or five months and honestly I've had tables take longer than that but there was something that was inspired about it and and I just felt like no this is. This is much of a calling as I've experienced. I I hate to be so grandiose about it but It just felt right and it's like no this is this is my voice and This is what I do with work with woodworking. Now you know. Yeah yeah that's cool. In fact I was just going to mention I thought about you. A couple of days ago was Forgot what I was watching on. Tv But some wealth management company came on and it was about this guy who builds ukulele wants to hand the business down to a son. And it's it's funny because like now I am certain think. Hey could I could. I make these for for sale at one point and I that is that is an eventual goal. It's it's it's I right now. I just WanNa make an instrument that I'm truly truly truly proud of and number two I am. I am stupid proud of but it. It could be better. You know It sounds good. It plays good. It's got a thing But there there are things that that could be better about it And number one is falling apart. It's literally pulling apart. This seems are just yanking itself apart and that's fine. It served its purpose. It was the prototype of the prototype of the prototype Much the way you think about your shop diabe which I think is a beautiful thing where it's like. It's never done it's always. It's always next to done the one next to the penalty the penalty. You know There's something really freeing in that aspect where it's like. No this one's not perfect and the next one will be a little closer to perfect but it won't be perfect either but Yeah I you know that. That's what I'm doing. Just it's for the first time as a woodworker. I feel like no this is. This is what I meant to be doing. I'm not chasing somebody else's thing and so we'll we'll you know you obviously have the woodworking side down. I mean you know what you're doing you know and each one will get a little bit better as you figure out joints different methods. But you're kind of comfortable with that background but I imagine your your. Your background is being audio. Engineer is also interesting because you can really evaluate probably fairly quickly whether what you're making it's gonNA sound good or not. No I have no frame of reference in that regard. I string it up I. It's it's I am flying blind so really Interest Yeah because especially so. If if you're building an acoustic guitar top Acoustic Guitar. Experts Martin Style Acoustic Guitar. You can there are known variables. You can say hey if I move this break this way. It's probably going to do this. And if I thin this piece this much. It's probably GonNa do that because there's a history laid out before me you know There's there's there's there's a history of follow there's a record With this stupid are stop baritone. Ukulele there's like I've never seen one. I've never heard one so the first time I heard one was the first one I strung up and I struck it up and like if part of US waiting for to explode and The rest of you is waiting for the sound and eye plucked string and I immediately said. Oh okay. That's what it's going to be and that that's fine and I walked a and it was one of those nights. Where like you know. Everything just flowed. I thought I was knocking. Get as far as I did. I walked in the House afterwards and I said to my wife. You clearly sounds like shit. Sorry if you have to believe that. I only believe alcohol's comments about instagram. But it's and she's like I'm so sorry. I'm like it's okay. The next one was better. You know and So I don't know what it's going to be until it's an like right now between one and two. I made sure to only change things I needed to change to prove points to myself Trying to do that scientific method Blah Blah Blah The braces are in the same spot. The the thickness of the back is the same. The thickness of the sides I is is the same. The main change is the wood used. The F holes are a little bit different. Now the number three will be identical to number two but with an overhaul. It won't be an NFL you it'll be so that will be the test there. I understand the shape. Really their impact on the instrument is lost on me. But let me ask you a question. You mentioned before you'd never heard one till you played yours so I'm assuming you haven't held one priority years either else you would have played it hurt it so I have never honestly a baritone choppy. I've never seen. How do you know how to make one I? I don't well okay. So he's inventing the process so I I. I did buy a set of plans for a regular Baritone Ukulele okay so that that has been somewhat of basis and then sometimes starting at least yeah or like. I'll grab I have to flat top baritone nuclear lease and I'll grab one of those measure something on it And then just to make it like really weird. I changed the scale length which is How long the the Fret Board is and I just decided. I don't know what the everybody else's are seventeen. This was going to be eighteen. I don't know why and so now I feel like I'm stuck with that eighteen inch scale and I feel so but I that's why I say that I build was I'm not joking. I got done with that build and I was like walking around like I can't do anything and made a Ukulele with no guidance and it plays it plays in tune. It doesn't sound great but everything else was right about and it was like like you throw anything at me in a Woodshop. Everybody can do that. and maybe a part of that is my job and hanging out with these monsters of the craft. Who can do anything? And maybe some of that been assimilated and and I've acquired some of their strut. But I really do have this belief that I wish I could pass along to everyone of like no break it down into manageable pieces. Go STEP BY STEP. And there's no reason why you can't build anything you want to build I mean because I improved positive I nobody would have ever looked at me beforehand. For better or worse nobody would have ever looked at me and said. Oh there's this phenomenon woodworker who could do anything he wants to do or whatever and now I feel like no screw you. If you don't believe that you're wrong I can do anything I want to do. there's a strut that's come from. It's just because I figured well that was recorded before probably after the ukulele about. What's your shop tour with Michael Fortune? That's one thing that that's me was was well. May maybe you have the strike before because the one thing that struck me about that videos well look how calm. And he's he's just leaning over slumped on on the table saw he's leaning over here and it's like this is Michael You know. Does he call him? Mike maybe you can call him. Mikey I don't know but you seem totally at ease and comfortable. Well keep in mind too. That was day. Two of its okay. So there's a lot of the times when we were still drunk for the previous night. Windows Strato is hung over. Yeah I didn't know any better going into like tim or so. Do Shop tour. When I'm on camera I was already there a week. You know we've already like like we know everything we need to know about each other. There's a comfort level already there But I don't know I have been Able to always pull off that thing if I need to but there was just there was something about that first project either that she clearly the. I swear you got done with it. I was just like man if if somebody you know before I started if somebody told me I had to build you know a federal period high boy with all sorts of inland everything. I would say. There's no way I could do that. And after that project to be like. Yeah I can do that. It might take me a long time and I'm gonNA screw a Lotta stuff up and I'm going to be really frustrated but I'm GonNa get it done in the end because break it down into manageable sections and there's not a woodworker out there who can't make any product. They don't want that they WANNA make. I believe that I mean I. I'm in chair. Making is in that realm for me when making also is but yeah like. I've never done it. I really don't probably have a really good grasp on how to do it but I'm sure once I did it that I'd be like nothin' got this totally do that again. Shares were the same thing where that was that was like a mountain that you couldn't climb until climate you know and then did it gets pretty. I don't know I want to say easy but it's always challenging but it but you understand the process and what goes into it but I imagine at some point you know. I'm I'm mainly. That's mainly all chairs are really liked the aspect of once you make something you can sit in it. I'm sure once you make something you can. Actually you can play music with it. So that's kind of a kind of an interesting dichotomy instead of just making like a cabinet that not not that. There's anything wrong with that. Just sits there. I think there's something more personal about a change in an instrument but fundamentally a chair like like you are you're putting faith in the chair You know like because we've all sat down a little bit bigger than than you guys but sometimes you sit in a chair and you know have a whole lot of faith in that chair and so so so you you. You're trusting of the chair and the maker of the chair You don't have to submit to a table no way you chair. I don't know maybe there is there. There's the personality and Personal Nips of the chair and the the UKULELE. They're both more intimate than a table or a dresser but at the same line I think what the vast majority of us have in common as woodworkers and there are some who are purely artists and making things for art's sake and we all some degree of what we make for our sake but we also fall on the realm of function and really all of our work is on a spectrum between the two when you try to balance it to your satisfaction but what makes woodworking such a phenomenal pursuit. Is that at the end of the day. We make functional items whether they be just a little functional or as important and intimate as an instrument or a chair. They're still function there. It's not just a thing. It's not just something to look at her art or I don't know what else you'd call something that has no function But that's that's the point. You're at the at the at the pinnacle of that in terms of functionality But at the same time. But there's there's so much risk to that functional so like I always joke that you know with an there is a middle point with with the chair but like with the table. You know you're going to be able to put your Coffee Cup down on that table and the coffee and the Coffee Cup is not going to float away. But but like it's that that table will serve its function but the so the design assume important to reach that next level. See I and in a chair. You're you're there is like I said that trust you don't WanNa you don't WanNa Creek. You know wanted to whatever it. So and then you're you're sitting yourself on that so there's that's the next level and then this stupid Ukulele thing Qatar or whatever it might not serve its function at the end of the day. You know. It's like you pluck that I know and you go. Oh crap you know and and it's it's not it's not a enjoyable lists in instrument to listen to. It can look great but it's then it's our and you didn't set out to make art. I think the function is. There's A. There's an amplitude to it. That is varies on the effort that you put in but you can make a chair. That's uncomfortable and in many ways I think that's analogous to an instrument that doesn't sound right bird a couple of really that's very true you burned. Yeah Yeah Hey I was. Experimenting around also scavenged some You know okay. This one's not comfortable or something wrong with that but I can cut off the legs and return on to something else so I've done that a couple of times. This is part of the process. An uncomfortable chair is a UKULELE. That sounds bad. So what's what's the what's The table version? I'M GONNA say. Glass falls off of the table that that doesn't that rocks a little bit table that that's a good point. The finish you know into dining room table. And you need to refinish it three months These are all it's all on a scale and certainly I think the refinishing is not as big a deal as the chair. That's uncomfortable it's easier to fix and repair. But ultimately the table has a certain function and it's failing that function that share the instrument and functions. They're failing the function yes. I'm I'm really currently at a table that I made for my kids when they were young as you have a quote unquote train table. It's a big five by whatever table right But also in. My view is a workout bench with a piece of Stereo Equipment on it. So tables function is to hold shit in general but the aesthetic then is is beyond that and what it makes it a better table. You know is hold stuff eloquently but also was. Was that train tables function to make you a better woodworker. Oh Yeah Oh sure for sure so like some of the crappiest looking stuff I have will always hold a place in my heart because that was its function I guess. Oh Yeah Yeah I. I learned a lot making this thing. You know it was the first time that I I did a full rabbit around a frame to hold a piece of plywood and it's such a weird thing in such a large scale but it was. Oh Shit you know. How do I do this right? Like it was legitimately like at that point. I had trimmed houses. I built houses. I don't a lot of work but never done the work of that particular detail and I learned a ton making it and it's time my kids are in high school. They still play the train table all the time. No Hell no. No no no. It's not my my recording studio But which means I said at a very low table might my real question is if description of a man or woman. Whoever MAKES A UKULELE? Are they a Luthier or is there a different term for that Okay so this is. I'm last year. Some somebody who was arguing today I would not consider myself a luthier. What's the definition of a Luthier? Somebody who who makes stringed instruments string instruments. It's Tar Violin. Whatever it's of their violence there violin. Luthier IS THERE GUITAR. Luth years here because that just rolls off the tone and I think there are some like schools for that to go to school to become luther. Yeah it's a it's a whole thing you know like Any other Woodworking degree at you know North Bennet Street or whatnot. Yeah it's the the interesting thing to me is Like it there's Lutherans podcasts. I listen to and listening to like to me. There's something beautiful about listening to Violin. Luthier talk because nobody's trying to invent the next. There are people but very few violent. Lutherans are trying to invent the next island. They're just trying to perfect violin. That exists All violence look the same to to to to the layperson but they all look the same and they're all trying to just make it a little bit better. You know It's it's it's this weird world but then as a woodworker I listened to them and some sometimes I got like you don't know how to sharpen or or or whatever so like I live on these weird worlds. Where like I love to listen to Lutheran but I feel like like Like I'll always be a woodworker. I don't know why there's there's an an an it's we always or berry at work and I we. We discuss off in like when you feel like. You're a woodworker well. When you're sitting at the table with Mike Petkevich you feel less of a woodworker than do most of the time. He doesn't make you feel that way. But you just compare your work to his and you you you come up wanting you know Or when you're on a shoot with Garrett Hack you don't feel like a real woodworker then you feel like you hang out with woodworkers I feel like a woodworker now but I don't think I'll ever feel like a luthier. It's interesting what will notice that I don't know if this comes but Frank Stratas getting into doing more Lou. Three it seems like yeah he yeah he The guy that he made one of the benches has that bench with the Mark Tree. Lay of the violin maker thing actually he. He's one of the hosts of this podcast that I listen to and like those people are there from a different planet. I swear to God. But Frank fits that perfect spot where it's like you know. He listens to classical music and he goes to see orchestras and he plays. Cello built cello risers. Like that was a thing before draws on the never did come on but I I would love to have this conversation with him some time because I think he will. He definitely knows no more about Lutheran than than I do and he knows more about that world than I do. I just know about or through podcasts. Which is not here. So fake shots fired. No podcast. That was not a shot at Lutheran. Podcast Okay Okay. Okay Okay Okay. Getting there well then. I think we need to know what you need to do for you. Next live stream. You know jam out a little bit on the Oh sure sure and you know followed up with the little guest view. Frank I would. That would be cool. I would jam with Frank. Yeah jamming jam with Frank. Yeah he's such a super nice guy. Yeah so Well before we finish up the episode one thing Do WanNa talk about is is a fine woodworking singer here so tell us a little bit about what a typical day was like for you and I guess that's all changed now but hopefully it'll come back somewhat but I mean You know I think everyone. Here's you on the podcast and stuff. But a lot of people don't know. Hey what does ben actually do when he's not on the podcast? It's funny. I like so the typical day is is bler normal like I. I have a little bit of a system. I sit down I read emails and then I read comments and Depending how like the first one goes I might come back to comments later or it might try and do something else before finished comments but You know it's like every website comments and form comments And then youtube comments the comments and You know and And so Surprising amount of my time goes towards website management. So well yeah for you but I think a lot of people think oh working at during its you know awesome artsy fartsy sexy job and like you know a lot of times. I'm I'm Getting I'm you know there's somebody email customer service about a pdf that's not functioning right and a on a page from two thousand seven and so that's that everything on the website shouldn't work properly but it's wo- you really went digging so you know trying to track down the PDF and sometimes it's on to websites ago and trying to track down the files from that but you know it just your day can spiral really out of control when two thousand seven years in Buh so I do a lot of that We generally try and post one one post article. Whatever video to the website at least one every weekday So each one of those probably takes me about an hour to get up because I you know I got chuck tagging check all the taxonomy stuff is categorized right Read through a double check all the technical stuff make sure all the links work add links and trying to keep people on the web page. And you know there's all sorts of little things that go into making in a and they're really is. There's there's this we're fine woodworking. It's got to be as good as you can possibly make it and even if that's a blog post a you know a four hundred word block post. It's got to be as good as you can make it. You know because that's like you see that logo and you just go. Oh impotent man it up so There's a lot of that and then There's The podcast which is the fun part that everyone knows about and some days. I'm editing video allies so You know we go out and we do especially mostly video. Editing is Is the video workshops now which I enjoy being those shoot all idea. I passive editing Kinda get the content locked in and then Jeff does then a handed off to him and he does like the Polish and make everything thing. I liked the Polish than your nobody. Y'All do a great job with the video workshops in fact I've been a member since who knows when but You can really tell the difference from where they started to where they are now. They they took the early ones. Were bad it's just different. It's different yeah. And like as a woodworker. I grew up watching. Oh Garrett Hack with that little tool cabinet thing. There's there's that one video where he closes the door and it just gets perfect cushion of air thing going on and he just has that grin on his face and I made my wife. Watches that five times in a row when she came home from work. You see this guy There's so many great videos there but the they were limited to the time of a DVD. And we don't have that going on anymore And then if I'm honest to matt waiter came in and just ruined everything That man we did that North Ministry tool chest with him and he can't stop teaching. He cannot stop giving you pearls of wisdom and so when you're cutting dovetails he's chopping out. Dovetail wasted takes forty five minutes on a big chest like that and normally we would have taken that forty-five minutes and made it thirty seven seconds. But if matt waiter is sitting there telling you all of this wonderful teachable moment giving you the teachable moments every thirty seven seconds. What are you gonNA leave on the floor the cutting floor and I remember? Jeff let me go. What do I caught and we just? We just said it's we. Don't we leave at all? It's forty five minutes now this this episode forty-five minutes now chopping talking him chopping ways talking. And he's telling you about this thing he's telling you and he's one of those guys would all goodness the knowledge that man has insane and he's such a passionate teacher so passionate about teaching woodworking and it's like you can't you can't stop it just just leave it. You Know Sometimes. Editing is is leaving things alone and so that came out and I remember like going. Oh No what is gonNA happen like like this is not what they sent me up there to do and I remember. There was some some some side is. I got that when people saw like this first episode is like half an hour long. What are you doing and then I think in response to Youtube where everybody is used to. It's like men if you WANNA go get like Bing Bang boom. Here's your here's here's the highlights. You can get those all day long and Youtube and so we slow it down and give you the whole thing now And people really enjoy it so but I can't wait. I I blame Jeffer- having the guts to to not edit it And I blame the lack of not having to hit a two hour time limit. Yeah that makes perfect sense But yeah definitely do a great job with that but and yeah anybody. That's not a member highly encouraged because even though he complains about it you can go back to two thousand seven nineteen eighty-four you our report back. You want to go be strength. At Thanh DOT com. Just come straight to me when something doesn't work involve other people as well. So that's right. So yes yes. I think I got an article. I was building some stools and I got article forgot. Who wrote it but it was some need. Look in stools but it was like from. I WANNA say eighty two or something like that. All the pictures were black and white the stool. I always think of Gary Rogowski. Now when Gary's was somebody else Dot Com Slash Magazine magazine Dash Index page three nineteen eighty to take Fred doing a folding stool with trae three legged stool by David W Scott issue number. Let's click on that. Oh Yeah really round thing. Three legs crossing. Yeah I'll post a link to this. That's cool so So just like that. You can find anything you need it. Find WORKING DOT COM so anyway in new. And how much is Why would just do a plug? How much early description? I think it's eight bucks a month or one hundred a year. That's the unlimited which is really what everybody wants a little bit. So that's the magazine and And full access to the website and I. I know they were doing a promotion when they first came out with the unlimited which is what a year or two ago You were hand delivering every hard copy. But that's that's not not do that anymore right because you're too busy making mucus. Yeah Yeah. I'm delivering them anymore. And we don't have to covers anymore Yeah longer than it should have. Didn't it depends on who you ask it? As a consumer of the magazine I thought it was pretty cool but I know a little bit about the business magazines and it made no sense. Listen our job is not always make sense fair enough. I can respect that making content here wants beg of. Yeah Oh wow so nice and patient most of the time right but if you don't think covers it was cool. It was a cool period. Yeah well what would that as get onto our four nine lead beer choice? Oh with my self quarantine on. I'm still just drinking. Water require you to be dry or is it that you just can't go out and get no figured you know if if there's a chance. I might get something might. As well make sure my immune systems it's peak operating efficiency absolutely. No I don't mean to throw Deserves because anyone with risk of certain. Shut down the liquor store yet. So you know. We're in real trouble when that happens. So you're in Texas right. Yeah yeah that's not going to happen then. The State Constitution. They can't shut them. We're liquor laws. I mean we don't have the state run places but I mean you can't buy on Sunday. They have to they stop selling. This is hard liquor. Stop selling at nine o'clock at night ethics laws and and you can't find hard liquor and like Your drugstore grocery store. It's it's similar here. My favorite was in Tennessee. On Sundays. You couldn't buy beer until twelve. Unless you're in the Titan Stadium. They have similar laws here. Like on Sunday you cannot buy beer twelve. You can get it served at a at a restaurant like if you were going for. Brunch or something when your emotions in front of you before they conservative to you. Oh really oh yeah so You know me and some friends of ours. We always hit early morning While we used to go to one of those theaters serves food and stuff and we'd always hit Sunday early morning like the eleven o'clock showing and so if you ordered sons-in-law Komo so or bloody Mary. They would come out with this teeny tiny Bowl of popcorn to sit in front of you. So that's great but anyway but Sean so. So what? Are you drinking? So it's still winter just in case you haven't paid attention to this season that we haven't quite switched out of winner yet so I've got flying dogs. Canine winter warmer which Yes my wife found on sale at the liquor store. But it's it's not bad. It's a nice you know. Kinda heavier at seven something percent. I am this the second one ahead tonight. It's very nice new and so it's done. Its job there. You go how about you. I have some Oma Gang. Neon rainbows should be a plural. There are multiple it's neon rainbows. Ip Gang is a bree upstate in cooperstown which is where the baseball hall famous. I've been inside the Barua. I've never been inside. The whole own. Game Does Belgians and they do Do Lots of quads heavy heavy heavy stuff quite well? But it's usually stuff that's a little little too heavy for me. Having been to the burry I was pleasantly surprised by some of the lighter Ales and Ip as they had so. When I saw this and the pretty checkered rainbow labelling on the can how could I have said no to it? I should've it's it's okay. It's not worth buying but it's terrible. It's it's better than it's better than things are coming clear bottles but It's just it's just that it's a little watery. It's a touch tinny. That's too strong a word. I was all the whole time. I've been drinking it but trying to think of a word that's that's Tinny but not quite as strong as that and I had to do it. It's like it's it's quasi Aluminum any yeah. Maybe it's Aluminum Minimum Namie. That's you know it's criticism by faint. Praise there's nothing. There's nothing wonderful about it. It's kind of weak. It's not a successful. If any view earnt well-versed in in Long Island. Not Terrible is actually accountable. I'm not successful on the other hand. You know what this is this is. This is the poor sounding UKULELE OF UPSTATE NEW YORK. That's what this is playable. Just not enjoyable well with that been so. What are you drinking intriguing water I looked I? We don't trickle I. I hardly ever drink these days and I even looked cope. Doing the monitoring workers associated podcast. Let's go see if we have a beer in the fridge and we didn't have anything but if I was drinking a beer and I could have any beer. I was thinking about this. I would have a Yaser does perils right now yes there is a Nashville beer. Okay and it's there it's there and I'm really bad at describing beer flavors and everything so I'm actually looking at the website right now. Thinking like what is like are they gonna ask me as an IP is that this is an it? It doesn't say it's a beer. It's a Mexican style. I don't know it's a tasty beer and it's dark. It's a dark tasty beyond that. I really miss anyone in Nashville. Right now go have a dose parents for me so I'm trying to think if I had that one I was in Nashville. It's been a couple of years but I know so many breweries there now. It's the when I was there. The majority of the time there was only one local brewery and you walk into a bar and you go what what do you do? You have. And whatever they said. That's what you were drinking and Everywhere had two or three zoos on tap and now it's just gone on hand and I remember just being really pissed being like I walked into a bar to you. Do you have in this? Oh we don't have any like water. I know I can't believe he's gone to hell. Fantastic well So Been WORKING FOLKS. Find you on the interwebs or really hard to find. Yes you are. You're in strain on instagram. And if you're not following fine woodworking magazine. There's two hundred and eighty thousand people who say you should So Fine Woodworking magazine is is one. I'd prefer you follow because That's very generous of you. Bannon fine woodworking magazine puts out phenomenal content. But really get off your butt and follow both of them. Well thank you. That's right that's right and don't you also manage the short talk life? We've mentioned a couple of times. I still don't really understand what is chopped. Live early podcast. And we'll show you guys. I'd do it sometimes. That's right shots. Fired you know. That's that's our pod. Wes Three guys sitting around talking about woodworking. Where else can you get that? I'm not a permanent host but I was on chops. Live well before you you were. I remember that episode. Didn't didn't of a microphone. Stand that Ed made get glued to a table probably and that was back in the day of having the drive to Connecticut to be on the show and now with the virus will probably be having guests. And that's right. Well you all getting up there because you older episode two hundred or something. I didn't I don't know when you guys flew past us when you sent me this email and it was like two eighty nine. What yes we're at two to eleven just posted. Well it all goes back to the fact that our podcast is about two weeks older. He's a really really is is at all. It's a month it's not. It's not more than that. It's right about threes. And but you. You don't go weekly so I don't know. Generally it is. There were some periods there. There have been periods when it was like six weeks but for the last. I'm going to say four ISH years. I might be wrong in that but it's been a while that we've been pretty consistently weekly. Sean Yeah Yeah. Yeah it is. Show thank you sean. When Sean came came on gotten consistent yeah and now since Kyle. Kyle's kind of picked up a kyle. Is the one carrying the weight right now? It's not me. Oh one hundred percent well you know. I'm semi retired but I'm yeah well before we talk on my Pending Social Security. Check the army working folks find you well I can be found at Penultimate which shop dot com on the twitter at Amman. Some instagram thing just really. I'm just calling people out and teasing them on instagram. But you know this weekend if you should find yourself isolated in your house. Come on by my driveway and I'll be standing bluer poxy. Which I'm sure is a good way to fight the virus. Yeah and your entertainment centres longer than six feet so you can maintain that so you could send one side and the other three people on that back there. It is so sean. What about you while? I'm not in Long Island to watch Dami Sand. I'm on most social media's at At shabu seventy eight instagram untapped. All those things Kyle Abbott you. Well you can always find me at Barton Dot Colin Instagram. The only be social media matters engines about this show. 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Best Bits of the Week with Morgan2 - What You Didn't Hear About Raymundo's Brotox (Week of 4/5)

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Best Bits of the Week with Morgan2 - What You Didn't Hear About Raymundo's Brotox (Week of 4/5)

"The week we got four bits of the week with more in number two think. Y'all thanks for taking the time to listen. It's morgan number two here and this is the best bits of the week. I'm counting down the best seven segments from the show this week based on all engagement you know from social media online phone calls text messages emails and i count down from seven to one now. This week i'm bringing on raymundo with meade's do a little coho seen share some behind the scenes. His bro talks but first up. We're gonna talk. Jason now dean. Jason aldean came in this week for an interview and he talks about his best piece of marriage advice. Plus he shared. If he will ever reversed is the secretary. This is breaking news okay. I mean he gave us the real deal. Exactly how he feels out of this interview number. Seven on the bobby bones. Show now jason. How are you bud man. How are you know pretty good. I was seeing that. You're gonna come back. We've announced that you are playing live again. It's on sale. Friday bonnaroo farm dot com. But first of all. Tell me about this show and then at the end of you telling me about what the show is like. What in your mind right now. What's the first song you wanna play when you finally get back on a stage. We back we back. It's been you know it's s for everybody. I mean it's been a long year for us a lot of people but in the music industry artists than in kind of the behind the scenes people to you know our bands cruz and everybody involved so You know i think for us. Finally kind of get that glimmer of hope that things are somewhat getting back to normal for for us is pretty exciting so We're getting the chance to go out. Play couple shows and Hopefully it's going to be the start of of many to come here over the next few months. Jason aldean live from the bonnaroo farm in tennessee to the two nights of concerts may fourteenth and fifteenth. Are you both of those nights. Are you just one of those nights. Now we're gonna do it. We're both of those nights so Trust me we need the practice. But yeah we're gonna do. Two nights sayer You know it's it's kind of a limited capacity kind of thing and and tried the to make sure that it's safe for everybody. I made it's I think there's maybe five thousand people and night and there were doing these pods like four foreperson pods or something like that. So try to make the save for everybody but still get a chance to for people to watch his show on. I get a chance to play a little bit and kind of get everything moving in the right direction again. Tickets on sale this friday bonnaroo farm dot com. Yeah and they'll be sold in groups of four pod with pods arranged to follow six feet of distance. But you get to go to a live show. And i've said before i think this late summer and fall it's kind of balls to the wall like it's it's time to play shows again. Most everybody will be vaccinated and everybody wants to be back soon. They'll be vaccinated. so let's grow. Is that kind of what's happening in your head. Like you think fall were to go. Yeah i mean. I feel like that'll be the case You know. I feel like with with the vaccine. Obviously it's put a lot where people's mind at ease and you know and it's one of those things where people have the option now if you know if they're worried about covert or whatever they have a chance to go get vaccinated and make them feel better about it. People that know you don't get it don't have to and and you know i kind kinda feel like if if you choose to not get it and go to a show that you know that that's your prerogative and you know it's it's everybody's baraga Of whether they want to get it or don't or whatever so i think for us. It's just making sure people feel comfortable about getting back around crowds like that and and so they can have fun and not have to sit there. Worry about who standing next to him or or whatever. So i think by the fall. I think it'll be getting better. Feel like that's probably win. Things will really open backup fulltime for us. I'm hoping jason now is on with us. Our producer moon wanted to come to your house and do a version of cribs and a chance. We can make that happen or just like a closet or like a fridge or something like hey anytime you guys have an open invitation. That's not this is one of those showbiz where came in. Come by anytime you want. And then if we showed up you know the cops will be there. We got to clearly not working right now. So i'm at home. Most of the time. How many times a week. And i asked this because in my life i've bought things for example like a about a treadmill one point in my life and never used it right. I bought a pool table. And i was like. Why did i buy a pool table. I never use it. How many times a week do you use that bowling alley in your house On an average week. I i don't really use it that much but you know easter. We had everybody here at our house and and You know a lot of family and stuff were over and so my brother-in-law quick. So you know he. He was out there. He loves the bowl so a lot of times when people come over they'll go out there and use it but typically if it's just me and brit here house and the kids. I don't go out there a whole lot. I have a golf simulator out there too. And i tend to use that more that i use the bowling alley. Are you a good golfer. Now there's definitely room for improvement for sure. Do you play with the whole country. Music off crew like the charles. Kelly's the coal swindles darius rucker you ever get out there with those guys. I haven't played with some of them. I mean You know there's some. Some of my friends are songwriters in town. Dallas davidson ernest. Some of those guys. I'll i'll go out and play some but the charleston barrier there another level. I think they're pretty good. You know. I don't need to go with those. I like to have fun and you know have a few beers and just having a good time of those guys play with me. I know you're post malone fan. I remember you posting when you went to one of his concerts here in town. What do you hop on a post malone song if he did a country album hundred percent. Yeah you know. I mean i've always been alike anything. That's cool whether it's you know are pop or hip hop or whatever it is and posted or those guys are i really love the sub. He's he's put out of the last two years so i've kind of become a big fan of what to show. When he came to nashville guess was last year. I wouldn't see him in concert there. And he's great man. He's just a. He's a great artist so yeah he asked. I would definitely be onboard. And he's also someone who loves and genuinely respects country music right. You can have different kinds of musical tastes even yourself. Some would say that your country music is a brand of rock country. Would you define yourself in that kind of a category. it's more a rock and roll style. I mean i. I would say there's definitely element to that in in there for sure i mean rock was a huge influence for me growing up. Rock southern rock You know but then obviously country was su. So i feel like we have songs like drills whiskey and things like that in a lot more on the traditional side. But you know. If i'm gonna play tipo song to have you know i wanted to sound like a rock and roll song. I mean there's a lot of that in there for sure. But i just always been a fan of all different kinds of music. I just feel like if it's if it's cool let's go. You recently celebrated six years with your wife. What is the key to in your opinion. A healthy marriage. I think communication for sure We talk about everything and and you know we. We really are best friends. And i think that's the that's the key we try not to go. You know to too long without seeing each other. I mean there's times were. I'll have to go out on the road and play shows or whatever be going for few days instead some points like maybe a couple of weeks but i try to never go. You know more than no more than two weeks without ever coming home or or see in her having them come out to wherever i'm at or whatever so But communications me is is the biggest thing i think jason aldean is on with us. He just announced he's going to play two shows. It's really the. I live music announcement. Maybe since miranda announced she was doing those shows at billy. Bob's but it's it's we're slowly trickling in. He's doing these shows and in a safe way happening out of the farm at bonnaroo. All right man well. I think that's pretty much it i do. I had a lot of listeners. Hit me up. Because i said hey. What is it about jason. You want to an probably four different people said. He has an account on tiktok that he hasn't posted on since twenty twenty. Like are you just holding it for a big announcement like why are you not doing dances on tiktok. I don't know we're missing here but you haven't been on there and a year. Yeah well. I think i got caught up in tiktok was i gotta get started. It was a new thing. I was like all right. Let me go create a tiktok account and posted something mortiz things and then i'll dislike It's i'm just now figuring out instagram. So now i figure out something completely different out. I'm just when it comes to social media. I kinda kinda get hot and cold. I'll get something for a while you'll see it on instagram. I'll post a lot for a little bit. And then i will post anything for a while and so i think tiktok was kind of like that. Kinda got excited for a second creative accountant. Just never really put anything on. I have to ask you this question because listeners. And it's written on a piece of paper here you don't have to answer it but it says ask jason if he ever thinks about reversing the sesame no after four years you know all right there is hey get tickets at bonnaroo farm dot com jason. Nice job and we will. We'll see sooner. i man appreciate it. It's the best bits of the week with morgan number. Two coming in at number six. We found out on the show this week. That eddie used to sleep with a police scanner that's pretty odd habit to have raided. You have any like odd things that you did growing up i guess. Now the millennials when it really understand this but we used to listen to the radio when it came to sporting events. I listen to a lot of baseball games on the radio. We didn't have the tv channel. That had the baseball games. So it kind of like the police scanner. I would just sit there at night. And all i would hear was the radio. You don't watch it on tv because you watch it on tv. we'll listen. My dad was a cheap beep so he didn't like to buy cable so we would have the bunny ears. We may be got four channels and we never got baseball or the good sports so it was always if you wanna either listen to it on the radio or we went over to a friend's house to watch the big sporting events. Does it make you feel old. That like kids now won't listen to a sports game on the radio. No technology advances. It's so normal now to see a kid looking at an ipad and watching a game watching highlights. That's just life. It just moves along so the fact they don't listen to the radio they are missing out because there's details and helps you become a good listener other than that. Let them look on their ipad. It's a lot cooler. They're probably bored out of their minds with the radio. Did you ever like anticipate yourself like. You're listening to these games on the radio. Now you do a sports podcast and you're on the radio. Did you ever like foresee that happening. I kinda did. I always wanted to be a broadcaster so i think eventually maybe i will be where i'm on tv. And i'm actually calling the play by play like here's the two to pitch swung on drill deep to right field. That paul's go back back back. It's a home. Run and nashville. Leads wanders zero. I mean you're really good at that. Why aren't you doing inside gigs. With that i really wish. I could. But i believe it's a huge time obligation. We already have this fulltime job. I don't. I can't go to a game at four in the afternoon. Get done at eight at night. It just doesn't work with my schedule but if it's something you're passionate about i feel like you need to go after this right. All the titans were looking for a pa announcer. But do i really want. Go to tighten stadium sundays from ten. Am till three in the afternoon. I don't i don't wanna give up a five hour chunk of my sunday's just to say first and ten so some of the dreams you just have to say that was probably not the best dream but i still do think i could be on tv and broadcasting a baseball football or basketball those three okay so you are saying you still want dream but you don't necessarily want to chase it. Is that what. I'm hearing what. I've realized that. I do want dream but it is so hard to do the broadcasting as well as this job so maybe this job moves to where bones is doing something else and maybe this is part time then. I could do the sports broadcasting as it is right now it would be virtually impossible. There's only so many hours in the day. I mean i just feel like we're missing out on really cool thing and you can even go viral so many times because you'd be like the announcer behind the sports videos. What i'm telling you. I've listened to a lot of. There's not a great crop of talent out there right now. They really are missing. Somebody like me so this year next. I don't know when exactly. But i do need to put my foot in that pool of water and start broadcasting. What do you think makes you like stand out. I mean. I think you sound great doing it. But what do you think is like. You're calling factor. That makes you better than the crop as you say that's out there be better at describing things. I feel like they've you they use stuff. They've heard in the past where they'll say. Oh it's a beautiful day today. john isn't it. Yeah markets et sunday. Whereas i would say man i was just on broadway and i tell you what i wanted to have a shot. I want to have a shot of liquor all right here. We are titan stadium. I was just kidding around with my co host. So it's like updated lingo exactly. And i just feel like because of radio. We do it every day of the week. I would be better at explaining what i'm seeing. It's called theater of the mind and think i would do the best job at that. Well there you go. You've heard a lot of research done by ray. And i think in the coming years we're going to have a raymundo sports broadcaster on our hands. Okay well here's now. Why even talked about it in the first place eddie. You're so weird number six. What happened near your house. There was some guy barricaded into something. New is crazy man so they had bought. The cops had blocked the road and There were just probably fifty plus cops surrounded the cracker barrel in a hotel or whatever so how close to your house. I would say about five minutes from my house Which is right before. I get onto the interstate and so i see a camera guy there and i always feel connected to camera guys because i used to work in the new so i rolled my window down like hey man what happened. He said all we know is somebody got shot. All we know but i mean it was a big deal. I was fifty cop cars They were blocking the road and everything but later. When i got wherever i was going i finally found out later what had happened. It was crazy so there was a murder in memphis and the us marshals found out that the suspect for the murder was in that hotel there by my house barricaded they approached him and then when they knocked on the hotel door he shot three shots towards the door towards the officers didn't hit anyone thankfully so they caused a whole swat situation. That's where i was driving by came in was sworn the whole area. It was a six hour ordeal. They had blocked the interstate because this guy was barricaded himself and then to find out that he eventually just shot himself and six hours later. They found him in his hotel room. How did they end up finding the guy so they send the swat has a drone that they sent into these places that just kind of with the camera and they get to survey the scene withdrawn. And that's where they saw laying there dead. So do they knock out a window. Then fly that drone through. Yeah i mean. I think there's a series of smoke bombs and then robots and things like that and then the crawley cracked the door open. Send the dronut. Well you just got to know what's going on. Don't you always have to know what's going on if there's a cop car in my neighborhood guess who's walking the dog this guy. I'm gonna walk the dog towards there and look at the copy. It's going on everything okay. So that's your way to get to be bebop and by with the dogs almost make it look like i'm just going on with my day and oh i happened to run into this like everything. Okay what's going on in your officer. It's okay it's fine just to so and so whatever little heart attack okay. All right thank you. You don't care you can drive by big. I'm not meant to be there. Oh man to be there and may actually hinder. What's going on bones. Not only do. I didn't know then when i'm in traffic all the wind down. Tell the person next to me. Somebody got shot. Somebody got shot is what i found out you gossip or in high school But you know what ever since. My dad always listen to the police scanner. When i was a kid so when i went to college. He gave me a police scanner. I used to sleep with a police scanner. Because i need to know what was going on. Something you didn't know about me. You slept with the police scanner all the time and then and then when my wife and i started seriously dating. She's gotta stop. You're not doing that anymore. You tried to keep the police scanner in your room. Orderly because my dad did that on the whole my whole childhood. What was your dad's purpose of that. Nothing just to find out what's going on in town nosey and one time one time bones. He heard my brother getting pulled over by listening to the police scanner. It was a great every. i think. That's what i got hooked. Pretty funny do you remember about that. I remember he was outside drinking beer barbecue. And you had the scanner going and my brother was out with some friends and then he heard like got a so and so yeah pulled over here. expired license and going a little over the speed limit semi. That's kind of perked up. Like hey. That's your brother. This is your brother. I hear listen up so then he. My brother got home a couple hours later and my dad's like so. How did it go this great. Nothing happened nothing. You didn't get pulled over by the cops and then you've got less. Obviously but i was hooked after that. That's the best bits of the week with morgan number. Two coming up now. All of us on the show shared the one movie that we would watch on repeat. We were talking about movie. Mike's movie podcast. Where he talks about movies that you could watch forever so definitely check out that podcasts. But what's really cool as each of us shared a different movie. And i'm telling you we are all across the board when it comes to our favorite movies. I shared sweet home alabama. Which you know i'm partial. I think that was the best and ray. What was the movie that you shared wedding crashers super funny and there's a lot of stuff you can quote to your friends and everybody will get it. Okay so we. We shared those movies in this segment coming up. But i wanna know. Ray what is the tv. Show that you would watch on repeat Thinking about it now. I would say family guy and i haven't watched it in years but i tell you what there would be times in college where there wasn't a lot going on. Maybe it's a slow week in a lot of parties. You know what i'm saying and we would watch family guy friday saturday sunday. Maybe not sports going on. It was so funny and it's just an easy watch it flies by. It's an underrated show. And i really could watch it the rest of my life because it reminds me of cartoons as a kid. It's kind of the stall gic but it's the adult version. Can i make a confession about family guy. So family guy in south park to cartoon shows that come on after like friends or something. I'm watching on. Tbs take a nap. And i'll be watching friends. And i wake up to family guy and those characters haunt my dreams because of it i'll wake up and they're like yelling at each other and though these little cartoon characters and now i have nightmares about family guy. Yeah be careful with that one. D south park guys probably are nightmarish but family guy or actually really lovable characters. If you really watch it. I don't believe you like by the time like why is this. Tv screen so funny. They do know what they're really like popular tv shows. So i know i'm very alone in that nightmare that i'm having listened this nightmare. Whatever you start watching family got you're going to be your future guy. You date mary. Whatever every guy loves family guy so that is an attractive quality if your wife fiance enjoys family guys well. I'm telling you that's a tip right there. So you're telling me i need. I need to watch family guys. That i can get a boyfriend every dude. You're potentially going to date watch family guy in college. I'm just telling you right now. I i need. This is done. Because if i commit to this and this is how i'm gonna get a boyfriend really need the research on it before i met my whole life to this but also tell me what is the one food if you could only eat like one food for the rest of your life. What would it be. It's not healthy. But it's the food that i think about most often and it is cookie dough. I grew up with it. My mom would make a huge badge in us kids. We would do recon operation trying to get in there and get the cookie dough and it was the ones with the eggs and now they make edible cookie dough. That's very healthy and it doesn't get you sick. There is a potential. You could get very ill back in the day because we would actually put raw eggs in the cookie dough now. It's sold commercially at publix walmart. Cookie dough that you can just eat. This is i mean it is so good the sugar with the texture with the chocolate. If it came as a dessert at a restaurant. I would get it every time. Luckily they now package it whatever. It is so freaking. Good thinking back. I used to buy. This is what i was unhealthy. I would buy tub of it and just keep it in the fridge and it would be my desserts sometimes for breakfast. I would cook it. I love cookie dough okay. But what is the flavor of cookie dough sugary chocolate with with with a very easy to eat texture. It's it's chocolate. Chips are in it. But it's almost like a chocolate chocolate chip cookie. That isn't bake. I you know but all the cooking have flavors okay. Well then. it's the chocolate cookie jar harsh. Dan was a food network. I was like what is trying to get a chocolate sugar cookie. What what. I'm serious you know. These cookie does have players right. Yes yes yes so. It's just the normal chocolate chip cookie dough flake fashioned. Sorry you're describing it like a talk sugar. Holy crap thought those like emerald gossip cooking show. No that was. I mean i was just asking your basic question over here right. Oh man okay. Well my tv show. Have you ever seen this show okay. Are you ready new girl in and out never watched a full episode. But it's been on the tv before never characters or even know plotline or anything. I'm gonna need you to watch the show because it is the one. I would watch on repeat but also your the schmidt character. Have you heard that before people have told me that like. i know. you're joey from friends. But i'm telling you i think you're more schmidt from new girl like mitt from new girl. Has a douchebag jar in. It's hilarious dude. He kind of does look like me. Yeah you guys have similar vibe. Like he's a really lovable character but he also like he just has his moments where he's being like a frat boy and i feel like that's very use sometimes and me and him virtually have exact same birthday. See i need you. Don't watch those shows that you can confirm although watching with your wife laura's so she can also confirm our guy that's your that's your study. Then you have to watch family okay. I'll watch a few episodes as long as i. Don't start getting nightmares. I'll watch one episode of new girl thirty minutes. They're like little sitcoms perfect. I'll watch you're right before bed and have my homework done okay. I'll find the perfect episode for you too. Okay well here you go listen to all of us show members talk about the one movie that we would watch on repeat for the rest of our life number five texts mike last night and i said hey is godzilla vs king cole and good. I don't really care about either. One but the commercials kind of have yeah. It looks good. It does look pretty good and i have. Hbo max watch for free. And so. I texted today kahlil. Now we're looking for something to watch and caitlyn like it. He goes no but you would like it. Yes i would like. Even though i don't care about godzilla i'd really didn't care about them before they were in a movie together. I watched it. And i loved it. So what do you give it. I give it three point. Nine out of five burning buildings. It's good enough to where. I was entertained the entire time but just not quite a four three point nine. Has that ever been given here. I don't think so. I couldn't give it a four. Why a little bit cheesy. But in regards to this movie it works so those huge creatures like fight over a city. Is that what it is amazing. It's basically two months. There's wrestling the entire movie. So i love to our is a good guy Sort of not really. You'll find you find out you watch you. Don't wanna tell me no. Because it's boils the movie i think so. I'm uncomfortable watching too. Good guys fight against each other whenever they had iron man and captain america. If i couldn't bring myself to watch that marvel movie. Because i don't wanna watch people rooted for fighting against each other right. Yeah you like that one. Yeah i did like thousand. Who did you root for. I rooted for captain america. Over ira mia. How could you do interesting all started. I just thought in that situation. Captain america was in the right raimondo. Would you watch. I watched the serpent on netflix. It's one season eight episodes about fifty minutes each based on a true story. Oh it's not a movie now it's a show. What what is it. So it's the base in thailand. It's another language. You're gonna have some subtitles. Sometimes they do english which is nice but you forget about it so it's easy to follow but this guy prays on tourists and he put stuff in their drinks robs them steals. Our diamonds tries to sell diamonds. If you don't want his diamonds he comes after you and the guy went around forever. Decades overseas thailand. Asia finally got him and he's in jail. That is the good news. It's a true story too. Not a spoiler. Now it's called the serpent. Yup i struggle though when they go. Hey watch this show and read subtitles the whole time. That being said we can't hear our living room is kind of weird. Sometimes we hear and so we put the subtitles chance to you. But i struggle whenever we watched that movie The one you said was the best movie harris site. Yeah i five minutes into it. I was fine with titles after a while. You get used to subtitle hater man. You gotta stop that. What do you give it away. Give it five diamonds out of five. Wow that good my warning if you watch the first episode you're going to sit there and binge for eight hours so just be careful. It's really good. The serpent on netflix sounds good. What have you guys watch anything like okay. So we talked about nomad land and i told you i was gonna eventually watch it. I eventually watched it. And it's good guys. It's really good. But i will warn you. It's sad is crap like it's really sad. It's just basically about this group of people and they focus on one person but this group people that just aren't Happy with the way the world works so they wanna just kinda move from place to place in either. Rv or a van whatever and they have these big areas that they get together and learn from each other on how to live off the land and it's called nomad land but at the end you realize the rue of why they want to escape and that's where it gets pretty said to mike. Yeah do you like it was pretty good. It will make you want to sell all your things and go on a road. Trip is it. Best picture nominated yeah. Did you know that. No i i knew was part of the oscars. I didn't know what award he was up for. What you watch on. Its on hulu hulu. We'll i like more or no mad dog. I don't know you like sad. Sometimes and this ten definitely has sad feeling around the whole thing watching Yeah i watched mean girls for the first time because my wife had always talked about guys always quoted. And i'd never seen it so we were sitting around my wife's like let's watch it and we watched it. That's all right. I think it's all over hyped. Maybe it's more about the time it was in then now like for example people go. I just watch friends with the first time overnight. Yeah because it's nineteen ninety nine right now at the time friends was great and if you had some sort of connection to it even now it's probably good if you were connected to it then but if you just watch it for the first time now you're going it's fine things. Yeah the came out a while back the fresh prince of bel air however kids love loves it he loves fresh prince and now he's watching wonder years and he loves that too. Oh yeah oh he. He loves the wonder years. And i love the one. I'm going back and watching the wonder years episodes and they're like so many good life lessons in there like lessons. I don't even have to have with my kidney more because he's learning from the wonder years you just go. You're caught up all right so that's love. Watch this episode. Hey ray. I saw they were bringing that main guy back for bridgeton season to got set. We did a spin the wheel. Or whatever a drawing. I'm not watching season to you. Watch these one. I'm saying are you is the most draw where the character i would say out of all of them i. It's it's a pretty attractive guy. He's a kind of a. Va rides around on a horse. All the chicks want him good dancer be as bad that raise and then he lets nine things about him saying he was probably the best character. All the other ones were just weird guys. That were awkward around chicks. So obviously all the girls are gonna want to suave guy. Which was him. You're the only one to watch bridgeton. Here i watched bridges and morgan. You watch you said the guys not coming back. Yeah he's the main character and it doesn't really make sense that he's not coming back. I know they're changing the story line but he was the main reason that people decided to watch it like it was because of him. Is he doing like marvel stuff. Mike do i think he's an upcoming movie. Big jobs now. We shouldn't worry about him okay. That's it movie mike. Movie podcast is out one of the topics. This week is that you're gonna watch one movie the rest of your life. What would it be. That's tough this on movie. Mike movie podcast one movie. What do you watch. That's top. But i like forrest gump over and over and over because it just covers so many different things and it's extremely long. Yes i'll take gray wedding crashers. You're gonna laugh the whole time. It's one of those. You can always get a new pickup line if you watch the missed out on the first time lunch box. I'd old school just because you wanna laugh. You wanna be in your living room laughing every time and every time you watch it. It's still funny morgan. Sweet home alabama perfect romcom and you can watch it on repeat and not really think about it. What's your man on the moon. Oh good one. Just love the movie and love documentary on netflix. That doesn't count. But they did a documentary about the movie with jim carey to. It's the best. Bits of the week with morgan number two this week. We got an update from lunchbox some celebrity letters out but not as himself as a child he wrote one to carry. Underwood went to oprah one to the rock and we got an update on if you heard back from any of them if he finally got him out in the mail you know just got all updates and i am hanging by a thread listening to this. 'cause i'm waiting for somebody to send something back. Maybe a restraining order who knows if they find out. It's actually wants box and not a seven year old kid. I'm really excited about this. So here we go number four lunchbox three letters to three very famous celebrity. Seeing if they'll send a picture signed back right correct. This all started because a young kid sent taylor swift a letter and said hey. Can i get like some merch in taylor. Bunch of merge. We talked about all the letters we celebrities. We were kids. I sent hulk hogan won. Eddie sent cameron crowe director. Ray sent cal ripken. Junior usa troy aikman. Some of us got response to some of us did it. I think mine's probably fake. I don't think going can really roll my by postcard back now. I think about so the three. You've chosen were oprah the rock and carrie underwood and in the letter. You didn't send it as lunchbox. The thirty nine year old man correct because i thought they were just ignore it because they're creepy old dudes. I wrote a seven year old. greg. Amanda and i forget the other person's name but he wrote them to three year old but said he was seven. I like you do when you movies on tv. I like to see you sing. I hope to be cool like you. When i'm older eddie. Seven year old two of them at this point and he writes really well like they both better than the way he wrote the letter so that week ago. He's gonna mail letters off. It turns out your wife never mailed and she said she would take him to the post office. Boom never did it. Let them in her car. So what's the clip. We have here so this is me going to the post office and letting the post office lake. No i need to make sure these are mailed and get to these celebrities. Because i am posing a seven year old. Oh you told her the whole story. Yeah posing okay. That's kind of weird. Okay yes ma'am. I need you to help me. I'm posing as a seven-year-old sending letters to celebrities and see if they'll mail me something back. So i'm gonna make sure we mail those out. Okay you want to send it. Certified what they have to sign for. No just regular mail just need three. that's it. yeah. I'm hoping you know over my seven year. Old birthday party sleep. My handwriting look like a seven year old. I wrote it left handed. So i look like a seven year old. Did now okay misleading. Back to a thirty nine year old growth man. Thank you so much. She thinks you're a weirdo friends. Afterwards i think i two. She thought he was writing kid. Who's seven but he did say it was for me faking as a seven year old. Yeah that's weird. Who do you think writes back. I of the any of them. Do i would say if. I were guessing. We'll also kind of who we think. Yeah say one name first name. Ready one-two-three carry. Let's go. i. I think the rock because if you look online he does cool things for a lot of people and so i think he's in touch with his fans and i think iraq will do something the reason i say carey. And maybe you say carry to. As i think maybe her people end up hearing this and tracking the letter down in sending something back. But it's not for me. They'll never know. Why do you look at me like that out here. Let's bucks made big is like that's true though. They won't know what letter they wanna. What letter dish. What really set of letters. A day. I would imagine right i mean. Where did you send the return address to my house. Because i didn't want him to know music square west. That would just give it away. Okay we know this is so. I put my home address. This is interesting because they they're not gonna know what letter it is. Yeah that's true but but maybe they know it's a seven year old and you said it's a seven year old and they I'm still going with kerry. Okay walkout the rock We'll check back monday. We check back every monday and see if we have any update on the letter. All right thank you about the bits of the week with morgan number two this week raymundo got his much anticipated. Bro talks now fray. I just i have so many questions. Your guy friends like your really close guy friends in your life. Feel about you. Getting botox Let's see billy. I i would say they're a little behind on the show when they hear about it. It's already been on social media so they're weeks back they'll may be asking in the of the summer. Hey i heard you got bro. Talks about yeah. That was five months ago in the bobby bones. Show follow along in my life. I'm kidding if you're on your instagram. I know but my buddies are weird like that. Sometimes they'll go a week. I haven't been on social. What did you post to my. It's all good dude. who cares. What about your parents do. They know no my parents. Don't listen to the show. They're not on instagram twitter. They haven't weighed in a so as of right now. The only people that have weighed in is bobby bones. Show listeners that i've never met. Did you like did your dad ever get bo talks when you were growing. No no no no no no that. My dad works worked at a lumber mill. He's retired now. That was never something that my father. My grandfather anybody did in my family. So i'm maybe in the first generation to get botox of us slater's okay. Now tell me. I mean because i've heard like mixed things i have friends i get it then. I have friends who like swear not to get everybody's all across the board on this topic but why did you get it now instead of maybe like ten years when you're a little bit older correct it is preventative. I will say this all the people you see on tv have got in bo- talks. Don't kid yourself every news anchor. Every actor actress has gotten talks. It's just a very common thing we don't live in l. a. That's like fact basis to remove base. I could ask chris asterisk. Okay if you live in california. You're getting botox. it's all it's all relative here in nashville. Where with cowboys. Cowgirls country folk. Maybe it's not normal here but in other places. Miami beach nine. Oh two one. Oh those places. Everybody gets bo- talks okay. So there's this come out of your necessary money fund or like your extracurricular activities money fund. I will be real. We gotta deal on it. So neither of those funds england free. Yeah let's let me put it this way my my wife. So it's she gets the same procedures done that with her breasts. That i would that i went to get the botox done. So she's already paid thousands upon thousands of dollars for these treatments for cancer for her breast reconstruction. So because of that. There's a thing called when somebody's already under the knife that you can just get other procedures at a discounted rate. So she's already discounts. And i go in there to get votaw. It's very there. Were very very close with staff. I mean that because obviously you know. They really helped her after everything that she went through. This is really cool. All they were the biggest help a woman getting her confidence back. It all starts with dr unger and his staff eh maxwell athletics and so is this. Your you're potentially only on your forehead. Are you going to start getting botox and other places. i believe. that's the only place you really need it as guy seen some dudes do it under the i'm to the sides of the is which i didn't get i got like crows. Yes yes i've seen that. I follow some doctors on instagram. And they'll do they do their own. Bow talks but i just did the forehead because a lot of radio guys. You'll see it not even call out a guy but there there's fox sports news anchors. That have horrible. Furrows is what it's called right here above your eyebrows. It looks terrible. And the i need to almost message them. These sports guys who radio shows. They're not naming him but they need bo talks because it actually distracts from what. They're talking about sports because all you see is their their old age in their forehead. It really does age when you have up there okay. So did you notice that before though or are you just noticing that now because now you don't have that oh i made it. I'm walking around man. Y'all need to get some bow. Talks like whoa. Have you looked in a mirror today. I'm all judgy now. That's not something you should say. That's kinda one of those like you know how you don't ask them if she's pregnant. This is one of the say chick. Dip mo- talks. And i believe now. Hopefully since i talked about it more guys will realize. Hey maybe i have stressed out a lot my life. Maybe i have marks on my forehead. I didn't know. I had look in the mirror guys if you have a couple of your eyebrows in the middle of the head. It's there's a of factory jobs where you're stressing hardcore and you're going to have furrows get it checked out if you have had on a baseball hat on and you can see your furrows through your hat. If you're going through your hat you need to go see a plastic surgeon today. Okay so raimondo. Wants you to go get bro talks. But i need confirmation before you got talks. Did you ever notice about people. Because i've followed guys. That are doctors that do plastic surgery. And they're always saying. Hey not a lot of people talk about it. But everybody's getting botox we dig a little deeper into the people you follow on instagram. He was on big brother and then he became a famous plastic surgeon and he would. He was known for just giving himself botox in the morning. All right. I'm ready for the day to day myself. He he does not end well for anybody they're allowed to. I mean if you think about it. They're the experts and they've been trained to do. He's a doctor doctor. Okay well you said he was on. Big brother was then became famous. plastic surgeon. okay okay. Well that's fair. I would hope you do it on yourself doing on other people now this is raymundo talking about getting his first ever talks done and i think he felt a little pain. Just a pinch number three. What's happening welcome back to another week more studio morning. I do wanna start with something that came to my attention the weekend. Raymundo the guy that runs all the sound on the show. He's our audio producer. He wants to get botox. Now what is this about well. It's actually called a bro talks and apparently now that i'm thirty five showing my age. A little bit with wrinkles. So you're talking to my wife and company in town. Said if i start to forward the movement of bro talks they will give it to me for free. It's still bo talks. Umbro talks just a funny name for it. Well a lotta guys think that is just for females but also lines make you look older and with bro talks. It actually will trim off about ten years of your age. You you wanna look. Twenty-five my wife suggested to me and then. She did a poll on her instagram. About fourteen hundred people said yes. Raymundo needs to get bro talks. You can i ask. They'll why you're anxious and looking a lot younger. I've never obviously had bo talks or had. But i'm kind of okay with physically where i just look a little older because i am older. I think there's a guy. There's nothing wrong with that. I mean there's nothing wrong with this girl either. But i don't know what. A girl thinks about botox injections. I've no idea what's happening there. But i know as a guy i think guys are cool to be older. Why are you worried about that. Well i did have a lot of years when i was working in the lumber mill a lot of heavy machinery and stuff and it did wear on my face and stuff like that so if i could use something that technology's been advanced to where i can look younger. Why not i. that's what i say. And if he stood right next to me looks younger. You you think so. Yeah you look younger for sure. I mean ray definitely tries with a hat backwards which you're not doing it anymore. But i mean. I feel like if you took his hat off. He's definitely bald in in the back. And all that. So i would say you. How much is bro. Talked cost Think it's in the hundreds of dollars. So luckily i got the hook up to mention a company. Don't do it here. No no no. I'm good. They just said listen. If if people see it on your instagram that you're looking younger then they're gonna to want to go to this place and so i said okay i'll do it. I don't care my wife is in full support. She's going and holding my hand through the entire operation. And you think if you just post pictures of you on instagram people are gonna go. Hey wow look a lot younger. I just don't think that's going to happen. Well that's what they do so don't tell them that it's not gonna work but i am all in on bro talks. Is there a record for years in a segment. He's better in the over on that. Wow eddie what do you think i mean. I honestly don't know what bowe talks is or what it does like. I'm assuming that's the one. They're injected puffs and it just takes wrinkles out but again that's even temporary right like that stuff just goes away. Bow talks what it does issues like pop into your forehead. This is limited knowledge. Okay i'll do talk about. This is what you do. Go to mike for a sec. He's on the computer of they're doing research what you do. Is you injected in your head and it pretty much like it doesn't allow movement and and the rest of your forehead. What does it do mike. Officially it's Stops the muscles from contracting. So what's move it out so it doesn't work anymore like all the muscles are just kind of dead. Therefore your face just doesn't move when you're talking pretty much. The upper part of it. See i think guys like you look at these older actors harrison ford and like clooney in even like brad pitt. He looks cool and wrinkles. Like i don't think it's a bad look to have wrinkles. I bet you they still got a lot of work done. Oh they got bo talks. Thanks there mike okay right. When are you going to get this. I'm going in today. So hey you guys next time you d think tomorrow. I walk in the office. And i'm like are you race. Son you just say hey kid you're gonna come in tomorrow okay Good luck ray. Thank you you already lined up for free and you didn't have any talked about on the show yet. They don't give a rip honestly they just said there's not enough grows in know about it. So do your part. And i said i will okay. We can't wait to see what happened with. Raise bro talk raimondo. Not hating at all it. Just a bit peculiar that you got bo talks like you're good looking guy you're young. You're thirty five. I just think it's a did you pay for it now straight hookup but that's also the influence of a woman. I'm married now and she recommended. Hey why don't you do that. You worked a lot in lumber mill. Maybe stressed a lot playing sports. You've got some furrows is what they're called those little marks on your forehead. She said it'll trim off about ten years. You wanna do it. And i said okay. If she said you'll feel better. I want you to feel your youngest version of yourself. Why not get bro talks. Why do you keep calling the talks. It's called you're just a guy that's getting. It tells me and manipulated. It has the field that it's a female type thing guys can get it as well by calling. It bro talks. It's more normal for my guys as well. We're at the bar. We're talking about getting bro talks. You're at a bar with a bunch of dues talking about getting bro. Hopefully maybe this leads the conversation. I believe that's what the company was opening why they gave it to me. How much does it normally cost. It's in the hundreds. It's because they put some put them see season that head for me. They said i'm a guy got tough skin. So they're just pumping it to me. I okay no. They weren't having to pump it to you any harder. The lady did say she goes you. You have a very very intense skin. You have tents reactions and looks which means that. I follow our frown a lot. I get surprised a lodge so those are the the. I have that show on my face from thirty five years of laughing being scared happy. He's repeating commercial back like he saw it on some weird channel. Okay so tell me what happens you go in you. Sit in a chair. Yeah i took my wife with me. I said i really wasn't totally comfortable. Not having done it before and just right away. I believe they want a little moisturizing and then immediately they got the just like you're getting the shots for the vaccine shots in the four hundred. How many shots. I put in your head. I put five six seven. I mean it was at the locations of where my little marks are so right there in the middle and upper left. Upper right next to my eyebrow and then i believe right between my eyes. Some of it is a little fuzzy as little scared. A may blacked out present. It was it was very very comfortable beyond. They say just a pinch and really just a pinch pinch on the forehead her tad. I'm whether she said it was just a pinch. Do you feel like you're foreheads. Different it takes about a week sometimes two but they said it would be a very distinct difference when you look in the mirror and see yourself and you'll almost twenty five year old self. I'm going to throw this person under the bus. I was thinking. If i knew anybody any other men who got it. I do have a friend who is known. I'll leave it at that famous friends very known and somebody who's giving me a hard time lines. Like hey botox and i was like. Hey i kind of am who. I am at this point as far as like my skin and so i said hey guy telling me she talks and he goes. Don't do it he goes. I didn't want a whole head froze. I just couldn't stop it from being all in one piece. This two hundred fifty bucks to five hundred bucks for a botox around there. Something you have to go back and get another one for a while. They said you'll be good to go. You want to monitor it in two weeks just to make sure everything's good to go. Is this weird. Or because it's ray it's just like classic classic ray but i feel like i'm also getting sold on something right now limited. It's the best bits of the week with morgan number two. We had a relief. Fine young girl come on our show. This week lily bumping she broke the girl scout cookie record of all time sales. She sold over. I don't know like thirty thousand thirty. Four thousand something up their girl scout cookies and this girl is a selling machine and she made it a whole movement. Just listen to this interview. She'll make you laugh. She'll make you smile. And just brian your whole entire day. Also probably motivate you to go sell some things so here we go. Here's lily bump is number two to have eight year old on the phone here. Who broke d girl scout record for cookies. Thirty two thousand four hundred eighty four boxes in one season. She sold online for house and once she started selling a lot she started going. How can i use this to give back. and so. that's exactly what she did. It's all about her community cancer research and she just continued to sell and she's about to be on just one second she also had childhood cancer and so that was why it was important to love getting kids on that. Make a difference. And i believe she's on now eight years old third grader. Southern california lily. Thank you for coming on the show. How high lily are you. Just the bell of the ball right now. Everybody's like wow lily. You did so great so tell our listeners. What you did to sell all these cookies arrive also out of my house. Fat really helps to also sell online people from every state and even other countries but cookies from you and those will be sent out to hospitals homeless centers and two troops overseas. How neat is it to actually help out other people at the same time so awesome. It feels like there's a million 'cause all these people are donating. This many people would want to donate so much. You have a favorite musical artists. You listen to katy perry s. I love american idol. That's my favorite show. I watch it every night eleven. That's really cool. Did you know. I'm on that show why i didn't know i mean katie's on there for sure. Do you like anyone on this season of american idol so far why iraq The one the ball. He's blonde she. He made he made it. He made it into the. That's really cool. I'll tell him you say hello. Is your mom there with you. Hello hello are you. Trish the mom trish. How crazy is it to see lilly do something that not only is a great thing for her right but also to give back and you know you're you're seeing cookies being donated to all over all over the world real you know people the number one question that we get is how could you possibly have helped your daughter so thirty thousand boxes of cookies but you know lilley was born with cancer so this life and these moments are what we fought for every day. And it's a it's a dream to watch her pull that wagon and reached for her dreams and to see the world respond. How they did and our is magic. It really really is. did you. Set out to break a record and if you didn't tell how did at what point did you know. oh boy. we are selling a lot of cookies. We didn't even know there was such thing. We had no idea at the beginning of the season slowly school. Sell five thousand boxes so that she's on her trip to fiji and australia. And she each her five thousand boxes in pre sales so from there she decided okay mom. How many boxes do i talk to sell so that i could start feeding the homeless buying food for the homeless. So i said okay then you have to sell ten thousand boxes so she did that in a few days and we we were told one number was the top selling number. She had to pull out almost ten thousand boxes and she hit it a week early. Thank you for sharing time with us. And i want to tell lily the same thing you put it back on the phone. We just really guys lilla. Hey here's what i'm gonna do. I'm going to see katy perry tonight. I'm gonna tell her you said hello. Okay 'cause we're shooting some american idol and i'm gonna go up. I have this picture of you from the news. And i'm going to say lily bumper sallow and she's going to say hello back and everybody can follow lily. Lily say your say your last name darn okay. So follow at lily. Bumps underscore give forward. That's her instagram lily. Bumps underscore gift forward lily. You are a plus the best. Congratulations big things that had for you. You have a heart of gold. Okay kid all right via lily. The best bits of the week with morgan number two obviously coming in at the number one spot we had chris stapleton on the show this week and he performed this huge all of us in the studio. Were so excited about this. Because it's so fun to talk to chris stapleton but not only that when he performs everything just goes quiet so here's him his interview and a little bit of his performance of starting over number one the friday morning conversation with a pull stapleton love with chris combs on chris. How are you bobby. How are you. I'm good listening to to over as i was driving into work this morning and i always love to talk to the songwriter and that that is you wrote this with mike henderson. True in the process of of this record what point did starting over get written. You know when you're putting songs and then what was in the room thinking about concepts like how did starting over. How did that come about. Well i mean starting over as a where it was written in the course of the record we took about two years during this record so i'm trying to think. I don't think that we had this when we started the record so we started the record in two thousand eighteen. So i think this song came in the middle of us. Kind of shutting down and touring for a year and then we go onto the room part of it We got in the room Process with mike shop up about eight o'clock in the evening at his house. We have a few cocktails and talk about life this particular evening. We were talking about thomson life when you have to kind of start over either by choice or any kind of life kind of presents that to you and but also the fact that there's hoping that you know there's there's a hope and a new beginning and hoping and get into travel down the road You know hopefully to something better even if you don't know what that is and so the song kind of was born from the air and and Kind of started from lan wan and went to the end. When you have a song with a concept do you write the hook. Like the chorus i do. Sometimes you start with the for. This is the first line of the song and you work from there. What's the writing process like for you. It depends it can be any any different way. Yes sometimes i do have a title and you right from a concept that way But i think we were just kind of thinking about starting over as general concept maybe not as a title when When this song particular song was getting written but some know. Sometimes you start like seeing you start. I'ma strumming home kind of guy you know most of the time and then a melody. what's that feel like. And it gives you Kind of direct. You find some words and mumbling and those words lead to other words and and before you know what you have a song. And that's that's generally the way that that works for me. But i've done many different ways. I've read an entire songs over top of lyrics that were already there. I've written you know song from drained the chorus and you know walked into a writing room with chorus. You know so those kind of things you just of have to walk through the doors chris stapleton with no. You have your guitar with you before we we before we talk a little bit more. Would you mind playing starting over for us. Not at all. I'm gonna. i'm gonna do that right now here. We go. Chris abelson Rose a welcome place in iran got no can play. I've had owned this town. Stay not co jump in the water and see wolf flu. We same day. That's be stoned on. We don't matter to me live long. Allah room di cambio. You can be my own. Leave blue star chris stapleton. Right here by the way that is up for song of the year starting over as both artist and songwriter and sunday night. Hit number one. I quit my show. You've heard me say now easy now using now now. Now listen bob people stop playing it just to give me to quit okay backrest while to say that it's pretty tight so you don't wanna make you don't want to know you don't wanna make a mega promise you can't keep their and if i were you i'd hang onto that job. I resent that. I take that back. I take that comment that well listen. We gotta make the number one. it's gets. The greatest song is the greatest album. I love it so much. Chris stapleton zone with us. You know just around town. I'd see come to events and you you drove this old truck and you'd park it outside the venue the reimann wants you came in. It was very lucky to have you come play with us and you drove your old truck and you parked it there. You still drive. That old truck know what. I was driving time. I do have an old jeep. I drive around. Sometimes i just got back from getting restored so yeah driving around whenever i can. It's it's one of my favorite things dr. Are you like an old school guy where you'd like to drive the old truck because what it means to you and or are you guys. Do you have like a big jacked up. F one fifty with all the bells and whistles to no. I don't have anything like that. I i like cars though. I like all kinds of cars and trucks and things like that so But you know we have farm trucks farm. You know things that do work. But no i don't have like a super fancy truck necessarily what happened the state farm. What happens to the stable farm. We we take care of babies. It's a baby. Is morgan there with you. She's right here. Oh tell what i said. Hello and i love her. I always wanting knowledge. He's with you because she is so good. Yes she's right here. He says you're so good and he wants to acknowledge that you're with me. I felt like people miss out. Sometimes we're talking to chris morgan's right there and i love chris. I love morgan. Equally her own powerhouse of an artist and singer and they'll sit there and people like they'll look at morgan. But just because you're not on the whole package year. They're both right here in front of you. They're both amazing. So yeah wanting knowledge are being with you. Of course i watched your career. And you know i look at the lyrics of your songs and i don't do that with many people. I have trouble remembering things you know when you write songs. Have you ever read the line in a song and you've already wrote that line and a different song because you have. Has it ever happened to you. We double up at all. We'll sure there's only so words in the english language and just like they're only so many notes on a guitar you know you you probably borrow from yourself more than you try not to you. Try to recycle too much. But you know you can if you want to. There's some good things that there's good images that are worth using over and over. That's the reason there's so many songs with angels in them you know it's not It's not a is not something to necessarily shy away from borrowing from your self. Although i think you know one time. John got sued by his own song. One time so you gotta watch that kind of stuff but kind of weird to think about but yeah i. i don't know. I definitely probably borrowed for myself. Both intentionally and unintentionally it just trying to find different ways to say similar or express similar feelings. Am i right about that. Sure or you're looking for you know maybe a common feeling that you haven't heard a lot about you know that's the other quest to you know Put the put the human condition into a song that we all we all have. These shared experiences. And and you know love and heartbreaker the common ones but There's there's many many other ones the small ones that are worth examining and Certainly worth connecting with people over. You were valedictorian of your high school class. When you're graduating high school. What was the goal as valedictorian as the smart guy. What did you want to go do. I went to school briefly to be a biomedical engineer. Why is he laughing chris. I don't think she. I don't know why she's live. But that's what i did. I like that. i don't know why she's laughing either. Then i went to business school for a minute clearly. Neither one of those things took. But but i like it okay. All these grammys you have. Do you put them on display in your house or are they somewhere like a storage unit I haven't seen some of them I put them we take him. On when we're touring we put them on the road and like a. There's a ticket you can buy. That has like a walk through kind of vip thing as for the people that those belong to the people to me. so i haven't seen them directly myself but All those awards. I think belong to the fans and i want them to see them. I don't i don't make a trophy room to myself at my house or anything so weird that i have a shrine to you in my house. No not at all. You're you're allowed. You're allowed to do that. Totally cool and i have a shrine to you. That's okay okay. Live music where in your what's happening with you anything where you're like all right. We're getting close what's going on. Oh well you know. We're all hopeful that was what's going on. You know the the closer we can get you know to Everybody getting these coronavirus things Knocked out vaccines and whatnot. You know we can make public gatherings okay. That's that's all You know we're we're hopeful for the fall. You know we're hopeful but you know we'll fingers crossed. We'll see what's going on. A lot of it depends on all of us out in the world and so there's a lot of mutual trust in the world that has to happen in order for everybody to get back to some kind of normal and get some shots and some arms. You know i got my. I got both my shots and feeling good about it. Yeah i got. I got my second one yesterday. Yeah how you feel. Good a little slow last night but this morning a feel normal old man feeling bad not not any kind of reaction anything so well. I got my second one. I yelled at chris stapleton. 'cause that's why i wanna go chris. Play live again a dedicated to you. Jeff appreciate that. Appreciate that stapled azzam with us. You dreamed a chorus. What song was that and do. They think you're not when you walk in go guys You're not gonna believe this. Yeah parachute was actually. A course that i dreamed i woke up from a dream and had dreamed the entire course to parachute and i and i walked into running login with jim. Beaverton said you're gonna think i'm crazy about i dream discourse last night we should write the song and so and that's what that song is. Do you wake up after you dream it and in the middle of the night kind of jot down or can you just hold onto a because half my dream. I don't remember when i wake up. I have very few dreams. I can count on one hand. That i remember and that's one of them so i don i don't remember dreams hardly ever god reaching out while you're sleeping and going handle you don't dream much but let me give you the gift of this song. Well maybe i read an article that says you don't sleep very good. If you don't remember your dreams. I think there's probably some kind of sleep deprivation that prevents me from for memory. Dreams very is my friend in yours are musical hero. Christo chris thank you so much. We love you buddy. Let's get that number one. All all right bye-bye we got four bits of the week with more in. That's it for me all the best bits of the week. Thanks for hanging out with me. And i really appreciate. Y'all taken the time to listen with me. And raimondo reagan meal. Oh yeah that's us for today if you want to follow us on instagram. I'm at web girl morgan. That's at season raymundo. And of course the show is at bobby bones show and all of the fun videos. We have about bobby bones dot com so go follow go like all the things hang out with us. We're pretty interesting across the board. The whole shell so just follow it all. Thank you guys. I hope you have a great weekend by him.

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Booth Life and Friends Episode 2 Play It Again J-Scott

Booth Life and Friends

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Booth Life and Friends Episode 2 Play It Again J-Scott

"The. With Come For back. We have power. I'm your host tissue savage in these are my co hosts, Cody and folded and Sahara Stefania welcome to episode two booth life in friends. Spend a little bit of a stressful week. We've been out of power, so we do apologize for the delay, but we are here and we're ready to jump in with you. Guys on what's new going on in quarantine land. So much fun I notice I'm pretty sure on day. Fifty four fifty five something like that. snapchat sounds about right. I can't believe that I've been here for two months. I was talking about it. Today Yeah I've been here for two months. Longer I feel like. Almost exactly two months later you. Since since since the last time I flew. Before that earlier in that month of February, you were already coming here. You had been coming here for the past year. I would only went home for a week. For a week to bring you back pretty much. Your just kind of weird. How it happened there? There was no like buffer for my transition. That was literally like Oh. You're here now and your jobless. A poof, yes, that flew by times flying by Yeah I. Mean I kind of feel like I'm like to blame, but I'm like listening cody like. Way This is going to happen. It wasn't until Sahara now. Just push this up early. Getting going. I felt like you were probably like while they actually do. A! I had all. Faith. You guys I just felt like I kinda was pushing it a little bit too much. And Mrs Honestly. The, notched the notch help, but this is a conversation that we've had with tons of people that are kind of in that same boat of dislike. Florida's cool, and we love it, but at the same time It's time we partner ways, and it was inevitable. It was going to happen. And you know just like. You know celebrities like ditlow from Florida, and he says that the best thing to ever happen to him was to leave Florida so. I feel like it's the same way for other people that have been their own state for a really long time like people all of New Yorker. People that live in Galle and they want to leave even though those are destinations that people wanna go to, and it's the same. Florida it's definitely all on an individual basis. It's like the sink or swim everyone's survival mode at this point especially, if you don't even know where your next meal is coming from, and I feel like there's really nothing to hold you back or stop you get in your way. You have no excuses of this point I mean other than finances obviously But I mean it's just one of those things like. If you have your dream, you might as little pursuade now. What do you have all this extra under exactly like you said survival mode so yeah SCO for for sure. Yeah I mean that's kind of what I've been doing too, and that would lead me into my conversations I've been having online in our events pages. It's been really hard just even being a moderator and trying not to lose your cool all the time with so many people that are judging you and. It's it's just something I've been struggling with lately because their reaction is to tell you all of my musicians, my Dj's people that I work with my friends. To go out and get another job. Go work at Kroger. Go work at target or somewhere else become an essential worker to me. That is not fair. Because how can you tell me that? Producing Music is not essential because music does save lives. and. I mean I will argue that you know Tom Blue in the face so. It's really hard that I'm I'm struggling with it because. I. Just don't think it's fair. You know to keep live music, music, city, downtown, or anywhere for you know for that route I. Mean Even in Florida I feel like a DJ should be able to play at a restaurant that serves food. If, they want to choose not to serve alcohol. They don't have to. But why can't a band or a deejay play that are completely isolated away from the guests who like mind blowing to me. That's what I'm currently struggling with, and it's like I feel for the musicians artists personally because I know what it feels like to be on stage and perform in front of people, and how it's just a different feeling than what we've been doing. Virtually like you said Yeah I mean so. We did we did that. feed Nashville drive. Just the other day last Thursday, and it was I only had like ten people there hanging out with us, you know because they were helping with the drive in the we had the musicians and stuff, but honestly literally just playing for like ten people and interacting with people like strangers like and they're also musician, so they're also relating to you know the things that we're going through, so it was really just nice to talk to people and even just play some songs for some people, and they actually were like jamming out to some like. It was like a regular easy set that I played, but it was just you know some. Music and everyone was just chilling and just talking about like their own kind of like struggle or what they're doing. It was I. don't know it's it's definitely a different feeling. No matter what like the Internet's cool but It's it's. It's almost like a texture like it's like. It's the whole experience of being to interact with people at. What you love with people and doing it online is cool, but then like it in person in actually seeing people appreciate it unlike that can talk to relate to you and stuff like that. Is Not GonNA cut exactly. I love it and I had it. because. It's so freaking cute. It's like the pride react when it was the rainbows Eliah Byu. Rainbow Background profile where you one of the I think I did that starts really believe it. If not then I definitely had the Venezuelan flying for sure. No God no got rapid. You're just mad. Cause our audit buzzer way better. Goals. We were really. I mean I. Think we're doing pretty good. Yeah, and you know going back to this whole idea of dislike opportunities. Because this pandemic? Yeah, leaving. Ford unders coming here in like I'm so grateful to be in quarantine with someone. That's like my best friend. I feel really bad for people that are sucking den relationships, or just being around unpleasant family and they're stuck. Definitely grateful to be around, you know both you guys. Feel helping with the sake. Your I definitely feel fortunate. Honestly, if you're fortunate to like, just be like the way everything played out. You know like tissue, play a big part in me coming out here and really helped me get my feet on the ground, and then you know we got swept. Our feet were swept off the ground in an instant and the you know, but we kind of were able to jus-just just work through it, and so we feel like we kind of drove each other through it in, and then we got the place here and then it's just been you know like I. I can honestly say that even though I'm struggling in life has been very difficult. I'm probably the happiest. I've been in a very long time. Like I'm happy with the direction that we're taking what's kind of coming of all this? Like even with all the negative energy that we've had I feel like we're drawing some huge positives in and like that's. What is your I mean that's what's awesome about is that we've really been able to like just kind of like I don't know we're. We're finding things like we're finding our way. We're going to pay that path. No matter what and this is all just GonNa be part of our story. That's going to be dope to tell, and hopefully it'll be on Netflix Netflix. TV Show I mean. We can just put it on there. You don't need. It doesn't take much. Now. Yeah I. Mean it just kind of weird to how many people have sent me a DM like? Are you still working ten thousand question marks or I? Don't understand like. Aren't you? Still working question mark, and it's like obviously you see that I'm doing something online They're asking me this a reason because posting around posting flyers or you know talking about this online music festival that we've been doing nonstop, but they aren't understanding. When I explained that to them like we're not getting paid for what we're doing. So, it's like yeah, still working twenty, four seven, getting a paycheck from someone. No, like do you understand what goes into owning a small business clearly don't voting small business and creating in creating and sustaining a brand. Especially, when we're not physically able to create content, so we're literally like trying to create tangibility out of our bedrooms like it's yeah, and I've had a lot of people just flat out judgment, either on how many followers I have, which I think is just absolutely ridiculous This isn't a number game. When it comes to that. In my opinion, you can buy followers so unless you sit there in. Like who bought them or not like? How are you going to really tell? Like if you don't know, obviously I could figure it out myself, but can the common. You know everyday person. Probably not you know that number to me means nothing. We obviously go back to our reach online just on facebook where. Our has been seen to me, that proves. Day and night compared to like how many likes or fall off either also dumb the growth in general. How how much the reaches Perron? Just on that. We've been under this pandemic. I mean we were pushing our continent soon as this year started, we came out of the gate. Strong I think Yes for sure. We were put it. We're putting out a lot so. We were already growing, but I mean when pandemic thing happened. You know I think just like we've just been an especially. You obviously have been creating connections. Where like you know it's really helping. Boost at Yeah I. Feel like I. Never used like my one time or like my calling card with some people that I known I'm friends with and I'm like you know what I'm GonNa put my pride aside and be like. Hey, look like I. Need Help like I need you to. To, help me I need you to Use Your platform that you have. That's bigger than mine to get. Our voices heard What we've been doing is trying to get a government officials attention. We finally did. It wasn't me personally. It was the boards who I work with here in Tennessee cell played a big part in it by contacting them every single week. Telling them what we've been doing to keep music alive and I feel like just a little tiny bit of. A glimmer of hope that I saw with that gave me huge joint in. Light of the ended a talk leg and we'll keep saying from congressman. Jim Cooper for actually. Taking the time to write the letter that he did last week. So I'm very thankful for that and just you know getting. Our voice heard like I said. It's just been a struggle lately for me and. It's Kinda like you know why we created. This podcast is like hopefully like we said before. It's one share. It's one person that here's we motivate them like holidays. The hair was talking about the young. It's it's just. It's frustrating because we put a lot of effort into just. Sending now. And it's not. It's not that hard. Especially in in what I did for this one was just message everyone in my contact list at new iphone. If you had a blue bubble I was going to send it to you. 'cause literally since you got the blue bubble and I send you the link. You, just click on it, and then you listen. Bam Bam, one share. Bro, that's all it takes. Out to the supporters that go out of their way to do like you know. Repos are stuff. It's the same thing you know supports small business. All takes share in a lake the absolutely especially since we are asking for donations and we have been asking for financial help, which is something that has been hard to do, but I knew that I was gonNA fight for artists and musicians, that I knew were out of money who were ineligible for unemployment who were getting denied for the PP SBA and it's just not fair. Fair even with the rules of affiliation and everything that we've been going through with that with the governor that he finally addresses well to the White House. It's just wild. It blows my mind because you know. These people are left in a gap I mean honestly even I believe it was college students. If their parents claim to them, they are completely left out of the emulates checks as well as the same situation, which is just crazy to. Couldn't get any money from my aunt. Because, my mom technically claims my aunt for the disability. So she wouldn't. They wouldn't give her stimulus. Yeah, which is ridiculous because she has to take care of the and all this just say every human American, and that's not true. It doesn't even make sense. It's not true. I do not have a stimulus check. I know tons of other people who have not gotten a stimulus shack We do not at all qualify for unemployment. or been denied or for the thousands of people that have gone on to these websites and their different states, and they can't even get through, so it's like an issue. Yeah I, mean and then you have the people that may not have great Wifi or the servers down. can afford better Wifi or may not even have a desktop computer at their house. And you know at that point. They're giving up. The I know they offer. The funny thing is that they offer these paper? Asians, but it's just like. Yeah I. Don't know if you can print it online if that's the case that could be difficult because the state websites are so flooded with more people than the servers can handle. Or I. Don't know I guess you'd have to pick it up but if that's the case. That's people from all over the state having to go to that one location. And then again I, don't know the full details of. You know my experience was. It took me a week to get through online to sign up for unemployment. Just a sign on and. At, first. Apparently. They couldn't verify identity, and they gave me a number to call every time I called that number. It would either have me on hold for twenty minutes, and then hang up, or it would give me a automated voice message that says. We're sorry. We don't have basically saying like we're sorry. We don't have anyone that can talk to right now. Bye and hang up. So, but eventually I was able to finish my obligation. Wasn't able to verify identity, and then I had to put in claims for work, and just like what you said earlier about how you know you have your own business. Why are you going to resort to getting a job at a grocery store? Yes, technically, it's essential and I understand that, but for me. I was a bartender in here I am making amount of money a month, which is a decent amount, a very good amount in amount that I have friends who have degrees that are making less than So why am I taking a job? That's ten bucks, maybe fifteen bucks an hour. I'm not taxes. Yeah, a tax is I'm not making nearly and probably. Less than half of what I was making before, and it's just not worth it at my at at that point. By I was supposed to make claims and when I tried to go to lake when I tried to get on the website, you make the claims I wasn't. To because I kept getting kicked off the website, because like I said there's it's the servers are overwhelmed, and you're just kicked off and I was never able to fill in. My claims by then luckily after you know a good five to six weeks after I initially applied I finally got a payment. But that's the thing and it's not just. Ford is not just Tennessee. It's literally every one of the states is having that same issue with their state government whether it's unemployment or I don't know social security I know. Food Stamps is having issues, too, so yeah me. Their servers were built. Exactly can't handle commas traffic they have been. which is just wild, but I mean that's definitely why we have kept the music live online. That's why we've done the livestream streams, because we know personally so many people that have been affected by this who have no financial relief whatsoever so even if were you know if we can pay one bill for them or something that they're struggling with. A lot of the Times that we have wanted to even just do groceries, and that's why we have teamed up with feed. Nashville and that way. Musicians here in town artists, any hospitality industry employees. They can go over you know. Pick up groceries toilet paper. They're also being helped by hope Nashville, which was perfect that we've aligned with them. Other hope worldwide end you know that's a international company that's also helping bring groceries, diapers, and canned goods and anything else that we can get on these people stable, because they don't have it and you know it's just wild when we're all Kinda just standing up for our rights at this point, because we believe that especially music city, we should be allowed. To play music perform when everyone else is gonNA. which could be this week and it could be starting Saturday a like personally. My brother Brian like he goes back to work tomorrow. At Ten am to learn procedures to learn you know what are the new standards what they're going to be doing? You know sanitizing you know all all that things that the bartenders now staffer GonNa have to do which is. Crazy when you think about it like in the whole world against. Yeah, it's. Forget side work like. Steroids like every every handbook in annuals by the with. What's really funny is the fact that they're probably not going to get paid more when they right right. I was thinking about that as well the hospital so especially when. They're tipped employees like it's actively not going to get paid more yeah. Yeah so I mean, and obviously it's to be an idiot. Industries not just tipped employees, but you know that's where my argument comes back with. Why can't we open our small businesses or somebody? That's in the entertainment business when people are telling me to go get a job at Kroger Publix when then I would be putting myself in harm's way. If this virus is still out there, you know. which it is, but I mean directly coming in contact with hundreds of people coming out of the grocery stores versus isolation of musicians on stage. Yeah so. Yeah Weird. It's so weird. That's kind of maybe lead leading up to another topic. We WanNa ask our listeners. Like what do you think we should do? We want your feedback on. How else should we should adopt? You know we've done a couple of different things you know online and We've worked weeks now. This festival we've had great feedback a lot of help I can't even like blocked on the amount of women I can tag. People face well. I think it's like a random number. Fifty two were I. Don't know why because they keep getting facebook jail of course but. I can't even thank everybody I want to on instagram and facebook and I feel like i. like hurting someone's feelings every time I make a post. because. I'm literally blocked from doing that, so but the upside of that is that there's too many people to thank and I had a lot of people. It was well over fifty two people that have helped us. On major platforms, local deejays local artist. The one day I had a Nashville takeover I had pretty much every major venue downtown Broadway covered. From an artist that works there you know so it's pretty cool. It was pretty awesome. And then our our bigger helps. You know celebrities that I reached out to help us. But I mean even just like. Dustin Olson. He's touring artists Gig honky-tonk Josh page. Everyone like that Allie. Those people that are here in Nashville. You know just really gigging every single week. Singing, the same song getting the same requests, which has a DJ can relate to your like us. Literally everyone even John Q. Jennifer, ric purdue. Feed Nashville like how many times do we get wagon wheel requested through now so I'm sure you can relate to that of course big time whether request, but I mean I'm sure any of US would get give anything to be back from that situation. Your. I'd like just play the birthday song I. Don't care over, and it's alive. You'll be like I. Just want like bodies moving around front of me, but it is what it is. I do so weird like. How are they going to control the dance Lord to I mean that's I was going to have a capacity thing I. can honestly. Honestly say that I have been just try wrap my head around. What the eventual future! Will I have? No idea what to expect at all like. It's it's it's weird. It's like Steve Smith who owns like half Nashville downtown. I mean they started with kid. Rock honky-tonk, and there's going to be the PLEXIGLAS which is put in place every to Barstools so. Even if like what he's, he's fumigated. The place I think twice now top to bottom their stance sanitizing everything. They had hustled suits in their of them, sterilizing things, and I just still can't wrap my head around even if you are running at half capacity, how do you control the dance floor? Like are the dance I was going to be closed like. Just weird. Like I don't know like how they're going to. Implement this new Nashville downtown or this noon! Awards can happen yeah. You can't really even control the foot traffic you know gets I. Don't know I. Don't know why to expect that. You were talking about that about Broadway. Dance juice at the at the end of the day like these people are GonNa. Walk around Broadway. See where they can get into if they can't get anywhere. What are they going I mean like this is going to be a lot of like. Yeah, it's going to be a lot of like. Just figuring things out. Willy Nilly Broadway. Is You know just as packed almost sometimes like Times Square? Lake shoulders notes I. Mean Not lie looked like. Like, the crosswalks like. Just pretty crazy. Look, you're not in Kansas anymore. I mean the like the crosswalks to are just always packed. They got the data. Yeah, all sorts. It's crazy. Bashful the. Legal. Lease later Actually Notch Vegas. Lots of people, yeah, all sorts of life going on so I would say like all. We took it for granted, but like literally stand here and said a never once took this town for granted. At least yet the I hope I never ever would do something like that. learned from my lessons in the past in my mistakes that I just feel like we talked about it last episode of it just being in the air and it is and I mean that's why we're doing this. We're not going to give up, you know. At all and huge shoutouts, who I rig, screwball whiskey Ian Carey in especially, Thomas Nicholas Cam. Forget him. I mean he took over our lives as well and has just been an absolute angel I don't know what this guy does like for living other than sitting on his iphone seven. We're totally jolly new phone after the tone. Button on your. You don't need it. This way twenty thousand one, but we're going to send you a new every sure. But I mean it's just been crazy. The outpouring support I mean he's helped me much. A screwball whiskey has been absolutely amazing Johnny Lucas, his record producer, who went live as well Brooke Eden, who we know and have ties from West Palm Beach. She tours with Garth Brooks. was on American idol as well. She just did our live for Cinco. De Mayo and I'm just super grateful for these people like Jake Hoot and Radio Romance, who has helped us who have platforms to raise awareness and we're definitely. Not at the goal we want financially, but again we're not gonNA. Stop until we know that you know these people have. Means to put groceries on their table every single week for the list that we have people that do not have so. It's been really great to team up with Tommy and Danny and Everyone with feed Nashville Brennan. We appreciate you guys like for doing this for us to. Go! Like it plus the. Singer was. Judd, yeah, great singer Great, Jen, friend pick I believe. Is Her job BEC-. Yes, very talented, very told. Her. Nice people. Losing Nice it was nice. It's a nice day out. Yet and I mean that's kind of like. You know. We're just China again. Still adopt. Even? Cody can talk about it like just getting burned out. We kind of touched on earlier about doing a livestream said it's just hard like. To keep being innovated, were working on a lot of things in the future furniture to. Like all the things that we miss yeah. But. You know just. It's wild like we were saying like how many holidays that we already miss like what? Literally Lake Sugar Mom. Easter Easter Army I don't think anyone really say really got. Part was when he was right there. Right there. Yeah! Yes? Sports. It'd be crazy. I definitely spent the full three days like usual with Kala. Text message and facetime zoom all. That had to do that with my best. With the sportsworld get little fix I think that was also something that was good for the whole country like Oh. They're sports on the TV know for sure. Took your mind, yeah, get your mind off of it a little bit for sure yeah, and then non stop. Banter back and forth sports brings. Always bad as politics. Very much so is one more person me asking me if they've seen the photo. Shoppers of Aaron Rodgers and a Patriots Uniform or Chicago Bears Forum. I swear. I will fly wherever you are. Because it's not happening. Relying more orgy relax. I team has to have backup quarterback I'm just saying yes. Yeah, all seems. Cheese, but I mean like assange is football i. mean is every sport and. I feel like I've seen the comment online. Like. Why don't they just play for? Play play the stadium without fans. and. I mean I. Kinda don't see why they can't just do. I think devil's advocate to play on that why? They couldn't is all of the contracts that they have. All the advertisers that they have like when you think about the Titan Stadium. Like what's the first thing? Remember when you walk in there. Like do you guys like? Jack Daniels right when you walk inside stadium. How are they going to? As a business in Tennessee titans justify to Jack Daniels. Hey, you should still pay for your spot here. When no one is selling booze, you anything from your vendor more for instance, the cost, light LS, and obviously we all know that we're building a new stadium Farley for the Nashville soccer team your, but they play in the stadium and their sponsors for people don't understand is GMC the trucks. That's who they got advertised, so we will need is Nissan. That's my argument to people. Why do they need their own stadium? You know with this whole. Hello, they have different sponsors. It comes back to money. Everything goes back to money like MOCATTA. Love so obviously. That's a conflict when you have two different sponsors in the same type of category like to to. All whiskey and Jeff, Daniels. You're knocking. Have that side by side should not even if there flavor for so it just? It's hard in I've come you know in the same issue with me like asking for sponsors in ads in things like that booth life in you just kind of have to make a decision and. I don't like or season ticket holders. I'm sure. Hold a lot of the profits from sports events. So how would you justify not giving your season ticket holders full refunds when their to? No! They've already paid for their tickets. So I mean this is going to be interesting. especially like if the season ticket holders say they do have seats I feel like they would be first priority all. Your data. Tire. Like even in the movies I was Kinda surprised didn't do that unlike movie theaters. Like six people apart, if you're a couple or small family that's Corentin together whatever you can sit together or figured out like maybe every every row. Prize. Try was well. I think they may still come up with IBM as. As three. But even then I think they open up at like a certain because. Forced to close no matter what they weren't essential, so I feel like that's why maybe we haven't seen that yet happened. We haven't seen other businesses adapt I. Mean we're GonNa see NFL, schedule comes out tomorrow for the whole year, so it's going to be Hashtag because you're. GonNa be like. Now. They have a plan. The schedule is coming out on time like. Is this going to happen? Why would they Sunday all that time putting the schedule together if it's not your so up? I would use yet sewage crazy. Crazy Times now. That's all I. Keep Thinking about like. It doesn't really matter why you talk about, but in just all stems down to right now twenty twenty. Before any of this happened. No one thought it was going to have not. Top. Few me a few years ago I was going to be delivering groceries. People's doorsteps for a living. I would've told you your bananas Yeah. I mean if they told you. The country was going to be shut down. Would you believe? Shirt Yeah Yeah Sports, no now music Now like it really clicked win. So you mean desert sugar here have been. Doing some instit- carding lately on the just to get by really. Luckily, we've been fortunate we've been you know receiving. Her employment stuff like that, but but we've been trying to do this on the side. You know just to sustain ourselves. anyways, it's. It's weird when people literally thank you. For, going out in you know getting them their food, and going out and I understand why I mean it's genuinely. Genuinely thanking you because you're actually taking a risk, right? Out and yeah. Get a job working there. You're doing the exactly and so it's just more. Yeah. It's just weird, though like when you feel like you're actually doing like a community service like dropping these people you know getting their groceries and they're literally like. You're like savior is. Nights China armor dropping off your groceries. But I mean it's a hey, man. Just don't get mad at me if we don't have toilet paper. Cows because you know. There's a shortage in if I can't get it, I'm sorry and if you're not thinking data Nashville and he really think you're going to get you some biscuits or Biscuits Cinnamon Buns. Ain't happening is only two per family so making that homemade? Yup, mean under start from scratch. I'm sorry I. Mean That's a my grandma taught me, so I don't know what Pillsbury sold out them. Shortage. I mean yeah. This is south liked them some southern cooking. Dj Dj now delivers groceries and I. Mean Look I'm not. It's weird and I, but I'm obviously not beneath me. I don't mind doing it and honestly it's been. It's been a thing of actually. It's kind of like it's our job. Slash Hobby right now. Because there's nothing else to do. see gives us the opportunity to drive around and kind of area to really been helping explore areas. We've been seeing some also goals icon of being able to set up our mental goals for the future like seeing these neighborhoods and be like y'all WanNa. House like that. y'All WanNa House, like that and I need a house in Woodson or Brentwood. Lie Inches Brew Yeah. It's going to happen. I'M GONNA. Put It on my vision board, so putting on my vision board I'm GonNa put it on. Your Vision Will Y'all GonNa have mansions. Started thanks. To, have a basement and like a storm shelter. Oh, one hundred percent of those. That has to be top priority because I'm so sick of fighting in my closet in my bathtub or you're at. Insane. Yeah so yeah, no, that is on my top priority. If the house does not have a basement, not somehow, and I just think weatherwise. Tennessee is Wayne more bipolar than Florida we've. We've actually completely agree that. This is I. Think Florida was the worst seriously, but what? Florida's hot all the time. All the time lies. It's humid sticky, but here in Tennessee. What I've noticed in this has been the trend for about a month. Living Year is Luke. Twenty degrees, maybe twenty five degrees difference every day between the low, and the high within hours within hours, and then all of a sudden one day it's like seventy or eighty the next day the highest like sixty may be fifty five. The winds are like. Fifty miles an hour with. Excuse me, I honestly. I could be completely wrong, but I feel like I should. We should look like the history of the weather from even just last year because I know, it was already hot this year like. Last year this time it was hot and it was not getting cold at night, so the drastic changes in the weather I feel like weren't as bad last year and two years ago. My one of my best friends Katie Hill. We were up here for a COMECON. The first time I really came to explore Nashville. Maybe I'll almost no, I think it was about two years maybe three. We went to calm upon and we. We were dying like it was so hot in I wanNA say it was like the first week of May, so there's no way because we were fully drenched in sweat. True line was crazy because they added Walker software con to this comic con, so it was on top of your regular one. You had a second one at the same time in the lines we waited I missed. The whole aero panel I was lucky as seen him before, but I was so pissed. Is You're paying all this money for VIP or whatever and to get in there and you waited I think three and a half hours in line just to get in this place. Wow! After we already had pre purchase tickets like there wasn't anything to wait for to win was. So that's I mean it was wild to deal you. Know. Like everyone has badges in your badges had to match your name in the in the slips so like me and her were like this is wild, and obviously I can't even believe that my best friend would have waited. That long because she's not crazy, it's concerning. Like I am? But I was thankful for her, but I just remember. It was like the beginning of May and we died like she had a convertible when we were running around convertible the entire week. So I know for activated never got cold now. I JUST WANNA. Say Rare Ray now, a may seventh. Found, yeah seven, twenty twenty. currently forty seven degrees. The Knicks coined the all day. Today right now it's forty seven degrees, and today's high is going to be a high of seventy and a low of fifty two. That's twenty two degrees. Bro, I mean when the the Drescher Jericho. I, guess say it rare Derek Ever. Know yet or I think it's. It's spotlight Jericho, but instead of J. D. UK and What that is like you said just sees superstrong the other. Line wins better. They're basically. Just horizontal it's onto win within the rain coming in at the side four hours later I. Think it's twenty four hours later. When you get the wake low after that happens, so it always happens like in twos so basically. That's how we got a yeah at the same time, so it's almost exactly twenty four hours later, which is like insane so I'm like I'm when that happened. Migraines were nuts, and then it went through treated pressure yet way from seventy four I. have it on my snap hyphen. Add the the temperature. Yeah, it was seventy four. or no sorry eighty four to sixty four in forty five minutes. During the storm I remember that because we were driving. I remember it was hot. Yeah, it was sworn island, watching the eighty four eighty five degrees in like right when it started as a minute is starting to rain, it was already sixty four sixty, so there's one ole. Ernst just that I don't think he's just Tennessee I think something's going on. Day they say in Florida this hurricane season is supposed to be like legit like real. Thursday night. I think it's ironic because they're going to have a hurricane, kyle, so really what they say about Kyle's. They love Monster Energy, and they just want to punch holes in drywall on. Or. You don't see that me now. I ask him. Recently, I'll have to send you. A whole. This is a whole Internet. Right but doesn't. It has already got a girl or no I. Know What every name! It's an alphabetical name and I think it is kind girl yeah! Maybe next year. Ob Karen. Or have we already have cared. Maybe we have had it here in verse. One ever. For concurrence. I mean we've seen it up here and I'm GONNA, keep calling y'all ladies Karen, if you deserve Justin. Maybe some good Cairns out there, and there are some good Cairns, but you know they can't get mad when they said the Chad in Brad all that stuff, Shannon Brown I got a friend named John. I know we've gotTA TALK TO KYLE, detected Chad I. Mean I still call people Chad's them. So I can't help try that. WanNa! Call Them Brad's actually called be reds. Iran. On Be Rudd shed? I'm from Palm Beach. You know putting Chad's Brad's are very. Very very predominantly Chad in Brad in palm, Beach Palm Beach Land. I feel like none of us like so different from Orlando Weird over there yeah, so. Now I mean I was born in. West Palm Beach steelers just weird. I just I. I don't come from old money like that and. I was there is in a different group employees. Jimmy there are different groups. You just gotTa. Find Him, but even then it's just. It's unfortunate that like a lot of the group that we do business with happened to be like. Yeah now on that wavelength. I mean if for people that are from Florida from Palm Beach. If you know anything about the five hundred block downtown, commodities which is you know downtown West Palm Beach. That's where like a lot of the alternative crew or different people when a lot of culturally. Yes very cultural over there. East Nashville, so yeah exactly but at my thing was as just a palm beach. Fortunately just like that that it's not it. Whatever cultural? The cultural hub that will once was is just kinda dwindling. And like you know nothing against all my all the people that do work with down. There I love them. I love three tour. Four yeah, exactly yeah, yeah. Mad Love for the people that I work with and like you know, there's people doing amazing stuff down there. Don't get me wrong, but I just feel like the direction of the city as a whole his been. It's leaning away towards like towards. Off and we say nationals on another level, it is because we know firsthand how you know West. Palm in South Florida Axon how? Their government officials do business and just things like that. It's just it's crazy when you can go to a Michael's here and every block, there is an emergency service, so if you ever need ambulance or anything, or if you're by yourself in a parking lot, you need help I mean you just press the button. On every block like things like that or like, even aren't they have? is just like its own I. I don't know yeah, like like it like I said earlier Shirts chirp. Sorry, go ahead and. They're very loud and soft ceiling Cheryl's like the loud burns. Year like is that noise? Her. Oh goodness, no, Oh, yeah, you did record those. Do anything with it though I couldn't I I have? Something I started, but was fan. Maybe he'll try. Situated Young. Uneven a lot of I haven't yeah. I've just been sitting in the studio. So my deal is that I. Love you know the like I was talking about earlier. Performing with people is definitely something that I missing. The live streams are dope. on I do WANNA. Keep making some mixes maybe posting some stuff. and I probably will do a livestream occasionally, but honestly I'm just a little bit live streamed out. Just just been kind of a complicated situation in everybody that has knows anything about live streaming knows that the copyright situation has been a big nightmare. Now that we have cloud and stuff like that, you know we are trying to go down these other avenues, but even then there is still very difficult, and it's all Wi fi dependent on your network dependent, and it's you know at the end of the day like a we could, we could get everything situated tour blue in the face, and then the Internet might. Might not work, and then we're still right back to square one. You know tickets here for an hour making a frame that's like spits specifically for me, Super Dope with all the Info on it, and like we're all situated way to go in the next. He not work at our back to regular video on facebook live. That gets muted or booted and I it's. It's very exhausting and I I also don't want to have to limit myself like with my sets and stuff like that just to be able to kind of wrap around this whole action situation so I've just been focusing mostly on creating music. Creating has really been my number. One thing that's all I. WanNa do so it's just been INSTA- cart with her and and creating music. She's usually sitting in the studio with me and working on her stuff and we're just you know group in now. You'd have no copyright issues when Tehran xactly yeah. My music. I live on facetime with my man. who sounds like he might be coming to Nashville to so we're about to have here. People don't even know all your. Keep that on the deal by up. Saying they'd Better Watch out. We've got a lot of big things in the works for sure. I'm definitely I mean. It's so hard not to be. You know negative in this whole situation, so I keep trying to just tell myself every day like you know. We've got big things on stole like it's cookie. We just have to let it simmer like. Let all this stuff you know passed by, and whatever I mean, it's just obviously we've never had to deal with something like this. So. It's just been a crazy story in like. Cody said maybe we can add that tour. Netflix's special for sure. are, they suspend overlooking the frustrations of everything. Yeah, I feel like everyone's getting so frustrated worked up right now, and it's really it's been a lot like to see on social media ads like everything else I can honestly kind of overwhelming at this point I feel. Like, everyone's just kind of acting out and and being extra because they just I. mean unfortunately like we're all just kind of. That's what our heads are wrapped in in right now. There's nothing else to think about half the time so. It's been a lot and honestly I've been like I've been finding. He's working on music and not looking social media and I think like that's kind of I mean. I think that's what we do best honestly like instead of looking at all the negative stuff that's been going on. We're thinking of like. What can we do and? Then, it's hard to like still mobile doing because. We really have no other outlets to promote right now other than social media just. Like a catch twenty two almost. Forced to stay on social media be on top of things right now for a few different reasons and none of them are really personal, so it's just hard that I don't have that luxury of let me just turn on. Off Today and it, so it's like different perspectives like we were talking for shout. And that's something where I feel like I can't do that. Yeah, you know. And I'm not rely sometimes I'm like you know you message me all day every day and sometimes I can't look at it at that time or something like that, but. Sometimes I'll look I'll just be like man like there's just so much going on like like you're always reading and seeing stuff and I know you see and read way more than I do most of the time because are like that's unfortunately you know you of have to be aware and submerged in so like which is sometimes. It's like wow like it really is just like you know. It's one thing after another where there'd be negative or positive, but it's just like there is. Something happened in all every. Required to check in with a few different contacts, some every Monday every Tuesday, so that gets kind of overwhelming, and then I have to be prepared on what I'm GonNa. Say Like on a conference call or something or just giving updates on what we're doing for life. You know our big projects that we do have that are on. Hold Right now. We're just trying to be as prepared as possible as we can. And that's why I'm an argue with somebody who tells me to stop worrying about my small business. Because I don't have time to do that I. Don't have I worked way too hard. You know for the last almost five years to me just to have a pandemic happened, and then say Oh, no, let me just give up by during like live, you can exit. Stage left like right now. I really don't care year. Sorry, we'll also also think that people aren't thinking about the fact that like we're not. You know just as Wasp, speaking ourselves I think, but we're. We're also brand in sustained sustaining brand like you have to put out the congress to keep the. Doesn't stop. You know what I mean like. Because as soon as we stop posting in creating content putting stuff out there, we stop being relevant now, but it's hard to even think like am I. Are we even still relevant Alec obviously I get crazy feedback with the festival, but like when you post something on Instagram or Sarah was talking about shares, and you don't get those reactions that you're not getting the shares from even your close friends or family or something that you're asking help you like. It's hard to say okay. We are doing the right thing. This is working. How do you gauge out? Yeah, exactly like I? Don't know your and I've been stuck at a crossroads myself like a between a my annoying people too much. Posting much. Might not post the right thing. Know and it's hard because I try to do all male graphics myself so I don't have to pay someone else to help me to do it, so it's just. It's like like you said it's overwhelming. You're putting a lot in a really tough to gauge like what kind of return we're getting out of all this, but like we've said you know. Analytics are out the window and the situation. You're surge, not even really like a trial and error like that's working in. This isn't work in. Georgia can't even really tell in. FACEBOOK is like hindering everybody from that, too. Because you know, they're blocking from events even if they're happening happening online. You can only. Fifty people to event. On your friends list. Yeah, so. Hard like okay, like I'm one person inviting fifty people. You to choose Wesley so how? Will you hold you to help share, or that will benefit from what you're doing. Or needs to see it. You know things like that, but. Yet. That's why you need like everyone person like. You like you know? Of course you always have a list of people that have to be like ten Asher so that you gotta subtract that out of that fifty already right off the bat, and then like all right. So who else can I guess? That's going to help me, yeah. That's also one of our next events. That's GONNA. Happen that we can't talk about but we need a crew for that and we are limited the capacity reasons if we have an event. That's fifty people. You've got to subtract the crew. So how does anybody think like we're GonNa make money on a live event, and that's kind of where like even in the pageant. World I'm struggling big time because it's like okay. Saying overhead to run a pageant is around seventy eight thousand dollars like you mean to tell me I'm GonNa make a in profit with fifty people there in half. That is my staff like. How could I possibly make that money? Even make one dollar in profit. And be able to produce a show, live for any pageant any system How could any director pull that off right now with only allowing fifty people to either? Cruiser and for the negative comments that I have I'm just GONNA. call him out like. How how could these people flat out? Come here? Come at me sideways. Saying that, we should still be holding pageants because you know pageant, girls quote unquote have a platform, and they have to volunteer, and that's what they're about, and we need to volunteering, but I'm sorry like do not I feel like those people don't volunteer because you know because goodwill are is closed because hands on Nashville. They had X. amount of people that can help them. WHAT HABITAT for humanity? They're not open for business, because you can't have the amount of volunteers that they need to run their charity because of the guidelines, so it's like. Are you really volunteering? Are you really getting out there? Because if you were, you would know that you can't physically go anywhere to help someone? So that's what's been making me angry and it's like yeah, you can go to food. Banks Y'all you could drop off food. You can do drives. You could do virtual fundraisers which I'm looking into. Silent auctions online stuff like that, but like I guess we worked up. because. I feel like people's priorities are backwards and. I just don't think like that should be on the forefront when they're not looking at even running a pageant as a business like they don't. They don't see that costs maybe seven grand to run A. Certain state pageants, or or even if it costs one grand. As an overhead. Yes, still hard is the the point is like with the with the. Going Back off. And like forget our bar crawls like. Is that ever even GonNa Happen again? Like I have no idea what one person it's on yeah. One person goes. Yeah! We've talked about doing drive in events like we've seen that happen on Blake driving clubs, whatever but then. -bility. How do you drink driving? Yes, yeah, and with all of these. Restaurants doing to go orders of Alcohol I. Get it. You're helping your sales, but it you know they have the seals that say like do not open until you're home. You're out of your vehicle. But how's that GONNA? Stop someone from often in that. Go Margarita. Like for sure, it's not don't do it all right shirt. Yes, whatever they? Are Ruining it for the rest of us. Who would do it responsibly? Yeah. It's just weird like so. That's kind of why we wanted to. Maybe! Flip it to our listeners and see what your take is when you think that we should do as a business and an event management. Like what else can we do online? What would you WANNA see? Do like we asked the four. How could we adapt and we would leave it. You leave this episode with that. And just basically kind of get your feedback on what you'd like. See from us like in general. Onto video audio. Whatever what do you want to hear what you WANNA see? Yeah, so I mean I'm all what you want. I'm definitely all about you know critiques and criticism. I'm just definitely not about breaking each other down so I feel like you know like we talked about share small business support local when you can. Just, give back if you have the means to so. I mean that would lead right into what we've been doing. This is a podcast in show. So every week we come on, we talk. Cody Sahara in I we just Kinda. Give you an update on the quarantine life. What's going on in the booth? Things like that and we leave you with a mix from a guest. In last week, we had cody which is in Fontenay. He did a really nice little mix there. If you listen to it, you you on episode one so if you haven't make sure if you you know you're listening to now you go back in relation to our episode one. Is Pretty Dope. I have to admit that maybe listen to it three or four times on the way. I was like Oh yeah. Three times yeah I think we have to. I mean issues. Nice like Sarah was saying earlier like if you're cleaning your house like you can leave it on and just close out. The APP like she was saying twitch and apple podcast. You can do other things while you're listening in supporting or working out. Yeah, that's the day one all my fit fifth. FIT FAM FAM. Even now I'm not working out, but. We're not doing so I. Heard bojangles yesterday. But if you're in your car, you know. Just to support US share you'd like. She said it is free to share. You can share. Share could share one clicks. Yes boom. One second of your life yeah literally. Like, you're already on social media, anyways. Click like probably yeah, Ali, but like that. You didn't read it, but you liked such sharing so just shared, said Yeah. I mean we appreciate our supporters. Still much were definitely not downplaying that whatsoever all. Shout outs to every single artist, every person who has shared the event who helped us what? The hope is canceled online music festival. Stories coming out soon, so we'll share that with you next week I'm sure updates on that? And then we definitely wanted to just in this with a quick little recap and leave you with a mix, so yeah, cody is like really really very close friend who I don't like I. Don't know if I'm like losing my memory a little bit. Of Getting Old, but I'm pretty sure. He introduced us to each other by their mutual friends I wanna see I feel like he did. I mean even if we met through anyone else I think are real. Introduction was with Jay Bilas like I was when we really started. Yeah, so his name is Jeff his stay Jane Dj name as Jay Scott, a lot of our viewers. Listeners know him as Jay Scott. I've been called him now all the time over Jeff Flake. If you are from Florida were from south Florida Palm. Beach area. You know anything about Sun Fest Music Festival that we used to have in palm. Beach he did. Barge parties there. He was involved in a lot of. Of some of the bigger events in Palm Beach County back in the day. Yeah, just the other day I think cody had like a reminder on his phone of picture of us and I was like you know as his birthday right so it was like super. Random Jeff pass away and he's always in our thoughts literally every day. Cody says something like today, even talking about him in his fireball whiskey all the time, and then it came on in the mix, talking about fireball so I just feel like little things like that. He's still looking out for us. and. We went to tons of music festivals with him. Live concerts. I remember I don't know I feel. I was like super super down one day, I don't know what happened. he like randomly text me. Like what are you doing today? I'm like nothing and he's like allies surprise. You're going to a concert with Rascal flatts together how? He's like here's our tickets like we're going. I think he. He ended up getting rid Brown of tickets to down there you're not. Absurd Chili Cook off. Yes south Florida. Guy. We all went to just little things like that. He was like so awesome like we would always send feasibly guard. Dunkin donuts together and it's Kinda crazy. There's Dunkin donuts in here so just little things like that. Remind me of him every day. Most. We always arguments over Dunkin or starbucks, but. I agree with them. Home Yeah, so that's that next that we are leaving you with on this episode. Two of booth life in France podcast It is his mix that he sent me. He wanted me to send it out to get hurt. In the country world, because not a lot of people were doing re drums and edits of country at the time At least we knew of, and this was to sixteen I believe this is from so I've had this in my email I've sent it to a few DJ's before It's a little bit over an hour I. Believe are in fifteen minutes. Yeah. So. We're GONNA and leave you with the entire mix. Usually, we weren't trying to keep our podcast this long so in the future they will be a little bit shorter, but I just felt like there was no reason to cut it at all and just to leave it. As is because it was his mix, yeah. Yeah and I, mean we? It's kind of fitting since we're in. Nashville, so we're GONNA go ahead and leave you at that again. This is Jay, Scott. Our dear friend and this is his mix. Thank you thanks. She was sitting. Over on the tail game. Swing and by George play I was looking for. Thing in no, she ain't got one. Soon as I sat down, I was fallen in trying to pour a little sugar entered Sika talking over two speakers in the backyard. Job Up and gun me off. She was like Oh my God this song. Listen to the radio on. Read to? Use. She was. Arrested over, she was taken. SPAN. Bank. He said. Last time, you would have played it just one more time little. While later, we were sitting in the drive. 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S3E5: CBA Fun Down Under

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

1:22:03 hr | 1 year ago

S3E5: CBA Fun Down Under

"The actual Jason Yes searched. We'll give you. The walls became spring. I knew and then claw your face off roused rast talking with. Aw thank you Low rapid's fans and welcome to another preseason episode of holding the highline with Rabbi and read. It is Thursday January thirtieth twenty twenty probably our last show of the first month of the year. Let me bring in my large boulder that looks like a small boulder. Rabbi Marc Goodman so fantastic. How did that take over the Internet? The Internet is wonderful because stupid stuff like that we'll just dominate and take over for no apparent reason other than it makes very little sense. You don't even have to try on the Internet anymore. You have to be unintentionally ridiculous. It's it's the best I can't wait till I get a viral tweet like that. I'm still trying to break out of the you know low dozens Yeah that was pretty funny. Okay Mark. We've got a smattering of stuff to talk about from rapid standpoint so first of all let us our topic tonight. Folks is going to be some breaking news as time of recording according mark Gregg Berhalter had one of his last press availabilities prior to the United States. Men's national team post January can't friendly which will be this coming Saturday Saturday the first of February taking on Costa Rica and we got some good news on Rapids Front Sam Vines will be making his. US national team singer team debut thoughts. That's good I was worried. He was if he didn't get capped by the United States at an early age he might wind up playing for his native country of New Mexico or something like that. I don't know I mean it's it's that's obviously jokey. He's he's an American. I don't think Sam Vines is really eligible for any of the country although we should ask him about this year but I think it's great One of the things that was noted online today Brad Smith of the Seattle formerly the Seattle sounders signed it with Cardiff. I think He's he's they're left. He was there left back and he was a fantastic overlapping attacking left back Left back to really hard position the Phil both at the US embassy level and of course at the MLS level And so sam vines kind of growing into that position. It's a really good thing definitely January edition at left back In the US MNT doesn't necessarily mean that Sam Vines is going to be you know he's starting left back at the World Cup in Qatar. Knock on wood. Should we actually make it. This time out But you know I don't know magic can can you think of off the top of your head. who the other candidates at left back for the? US national team would be well. We're going based on when they've had competitive games it's often ban if it's not a back three it has been Fulham. FCC's Tim ream on the left. Left Center back on mm-hmm and then he's been a left back at times. I know there was who is the guy who was with Norwich who who Bruce Arena have been calling up whose name. I can't remember right now but I agree with you. Mark that pickings have been a little slim. This was a position that even going back to the Jurgen Klinsmann Klinsmann era. They have had some struggle filling. I guess you also have a whore heavier Fanja in for the Portland Timbers. Who's been a pretty decent starter? Sure but I mean when you compare it to how the rest of the back line is likely to look for the US national team for certainly coming up on World Cup qualification education which will start within the next twelve months. You've got Zack. Stephanie News with Manchester City and being loaned out in a very competitive Buna sleek albeit on a team team. That's in the lower half of the table and then you've got a smattering of very high performing. MLS space centrebacks. I think of guys like Walkers Zimmerman for example Aaron in long who are quality players on good. MLS teams with actual expectations. And obviously they've got a few options as well at right back. Can you know whether it's Tyler Adams or other guy's playing in Europe and so I think it's interesting in that regard in that there's no type a left back in the pool right right now. Who is either playing on an MLS team that's consistently challenging where there's maybe international competition available to them or where they're on a team that's going to be seen in by somebody internationally or playing somewhere in Europe and so that's something where if Sam Vines can just continue to be really really solid where you oh? He shuts down Christian pavone and a preseason friendly or in a mid season friendly with Boca Juniors a couple of years ago and he was I think the best under the radar are homegrown in. MLS last year and then if he's in position to be the starting left back say thirty plus starts this year for a much improved very competitive. Defensive Team seem that is aspiring to make the playoffs and potentially where that and US national team stuff get Sam Vines on on the radar and on the map in terms of other. You know the thing that I usually say in terms of whether or not the rapids are relevant. Mark I've used as example a few times games on the pot is we have a Seattle sounders fan who's just scrolling through twitter when they go to get their starbucks or get their lunch for example what would have to come up on their twitter feed or on their mls or mob notifications that includes the words Colorado rapids. They would make them spit their starbucks out involuntarily Antero early and I would say really. It's only been the calendar cost trade and then I would say maybe just a couple of the coaching decisions but there's been nothing historically quickly the rapids of really done. That have kind of made a splash. I think if Sam Vines were to establish himself to where he's at least on the preliminary WAAS roster come nations is League World Cup or World Cup qualification. Or is there going to be another Gold Cup before the world. Cup Mark Yeah there's one more yeah one. In twenty twenty one because they're dropping the Confederations Cup. So I think I think any of those would certainly qualify as a holy crap. I haven't heard of this guy. Let me pay really really close attention to what the sounders right. Midfielder does against the San Vines kid at left back when I go see the sounders play the rapids at the clink link and so they go so I was just going to say I think this is a great first step for Sam Bean's unless he has an absolute howler and like Costa Rica. GEICO wins three nail or he gets a red card. I don't know that anything that he individually does from a performance. Our results standpoint is going to matter on Saturday but I think the key thing is can he. He have a performance that is commensurate with his level of performance. In the camp so far and can you take that into the rapids preseason. I assume he'll be released on Saturday Saturday after the game and probably back in with the team. Wherever they're training on Monday can carry that through Ken Sande vines go from being one of the few reliable but decent options at the rapids had defensively to being a really impact player in a couple of key moments on a team that is competitive and consistent throughout the season? If Sam Vines is does that then I think by the time we get to World Cup qualifiers later on in this year. I think sandbox absolutely has to be in the conversation if nothing else for that thirty five man roster Mr Justice the depth option depending on what's going on with Gregg Berhalter various European based options. I was just going to fill us in on the depth chart at left back for for the US mnt the way I see it. It looks like there's basically four players in the mix for left back if you're not counting right backs who should or could get swung over to the left side Your first choice is probably Tim. REAM WHO has forty caps for the national team and one hundred fifty eight matches with his current club Fulham but he's also thirty two years old probably right behind him his Antony Robinson who played for Wigan and He played a full season for Wigan the last year and a half and today it was announced that he's been sold to a C Milan that's kind of a breaking story. I think not us don't worry And then the other option of course is Greg Garza new hasn't particularly been healthy consistently Atlanta United. He played for them FC Cincinnati Yeah. But he's he's been mostly a hurt for Cincinnati He only played in thirteen matches last season so any only played in eleven for Atlanta united the year before that. So we're talking about a guy who doesn't it doesn't have a reputation for staying healthy. He's twenty eight years old And his his his health in his health stuff off is knee injuries hamstring injuries. You know all the stuff that happens when you're knee is problematic and you're using other muscles to to compensate. Yeah but that's that's the whole list. That's everybody who's played at left back for the US MNT in last year unless Dana Lovato has played over on that side he kind of has played both sides for Montreal but Lovato is also. He's twenty eight years old And I I think he was a very good Leftback for Montreal but Yeah I mean if Anthony Robinson can actually start for a C Milan that would be really. That'd be bad for Sam Vines but good for the national team but combines can continue to progress. I mean you know Tim Tim Ream is not gonNA stay young forever. So we'll see yeah The Guy who I was not remembering from Nottingham Forest was Eric Lee High Mosier he was the starter mostly at outside back for the US national team the last Gold Cup that Bruce Arena arena managed so twenty seventeen I guess he says not. According to Wikipedia. He has not played for the national team in the last twelve months you are correct. He has not he was a bruce arena. Era Call Up. I think he had gotten a few call ups but not that many games underclassmen has not been called up in the Gregg Berhalter era and I thought he was younger than this. He's thirty one years old and then after that world after that Gold Cup appearance he made the move from Nottingham Forest to whole city in two seasons. He's made sixty six appearances. Which is okay? Given how many games you play in the English second division whole city or Mid table so I don't know that I don't know that a mid-table we'll championship player. WHO's thirty one years old? Whose peak was being an okay guy on an okay Gold Cup team team supersedes any one of the three players? You've mentioned who were all at least on the up and say what you will about. Tim Raines Age. He's been really really steady from a health standpoint for the most as part with full of and Fulham's definitely competing for getting promoted again last season hall's not going anywhere so it's not like Eric highs going to suddenly suddenly be in the Premier League and really challenging himself. Defensively this season where I would say everybody else is at least playing at a high level has the opportunity in the immediate future to move up to a higher level including transferring to AC. Milan's a pretty darn good improvement over playing for Wigan or in the case of Sam Vines is so young that you're going for for potential. You Know Eric Lee high at thirty one years old this is the him right. Now is the best that he is ever going to be for the rest of his life and then even then you go for for two years now for the World Cup. He'll be thirty three years old. Yeah Yeah it's not a it's there's no law a deep roster at left back for or Americans that's the other things we're looking two and a half years out who else could could possibly surpass him. not too many people You Know Ben. Sweat is a leftback whose American DaMarcus Beasley probably won't be there in a couple years. I was right. He's he's already retired mark. I know now I was kidding. Lovato was right is a left back but he's good but not accept a exceptional And one other kind of like distant shout out is Aaron Herrera. Who is American but of I think Mexican heritage and or Mexican family family so I don't eat never been capped by anybody plays for ourselves so we'll see I don't know he's an emerging kind of player too. But you know we'll we'll put it. I put a put a pin and all these guys but I think you know a lot of the hope is is on Sam Vines. We'll said I guess one of the things that we Kinda WanNa note on this front mark. Jonathan Lewis also in camp for the US for January camp. He made the final cut for the twenty three man. Roster for the game to be played against Costa Rica has not been named as far as I know one way or the other whether or not. He's a starter. We kind of already talked about how this was kind of just to check in for John Lewis and really it was about. Let's see where you're at relative to the Gold Cup camp last summer and let Gregg Berhalter give him some homework assignments for the twenty twenty season Vice. That game is I'm just being. You're you're good television guy now. That game happened Saturday At one fifty five PM Mountain Standard Time. I know you all occur work on mountain out. There Yeah I. I don't have any strong opinions. I think Lewis is likely to get out there for twenty five minutes in real hard and we'll will we just kind of hope that that game Everybody stays healthy and it's not too competitive. I don't imagine that it'll be too rough and physical. But you know I mean a lot of those Costa Rican players Some of those Costa Rican players play in Europe in our mid season form whereas about half that more than half that USA say roster is going to be mls players who are not quite all there yet yes well said just one quick bookkeeping note mark. This is a little bit old news is but Colorado rapids officially renewed as a shirt sponsor and as a general sponsor the club with transamerica. This is something that I have. Samuelson had reported voted on. But I don't think we had done a podcast. Since the official announcement I mean all good on the club from financing standpoint and good to know that they weren't just interested in the rapids. Because Tim Howard happened to worked here. It's good we don't know that we don't know the financial terms of the deal. We don't really know how much How important financially the kit sponsor a major sponsor is to the Colorado rapids? We we know that the rapids typically lose one to three million dollars a year. We know that they're AH. Their valuation is a franchise though goes up by five to ten million dollars a year. So it's all money for KFC. They're doing quite well on a lot of fronts but You know the big fear I think was that If transamerica doesn't renew the rapids who haven't been assist spectacular or exciting team that especially without Tim. Howard that SPONSORS JUST GONNA lineup to throw money at You you have to go down. The pecking pecking order. And you may have to find a company that doesn't have the same level of stature like Chow a fly by night Phone the company that Promise like a multimillion dollar contract with the rapids to be on the kits only paid the first fifty two thousand and then backed out on the rest of the money and wound up in a US. Federal Court getting sued for the rest of it and and I never by the way I never saw any articles about how that how that lawsuit was settled my assumption is chow. Basically dissolves couldn't show up didn't have any money and the rapids like. I don't think we're getting any money out of this. That was closed out all right right so any case mark as of yesterday at time recording the Colorado rapids were officially kicking around a soccer ball. Some form remotely close to an actual. We'll soccer game against an opponent. That just wasn't other rapids players wearing pennies so on Wednesday folks in the morning mountain time the Colorado rapids played a three scrimmage periods against cal state Fullerton marked. You remember as a fellow southern California born person. Do you remember what Fullerton Mascot was. No not at all and it's funny because my brother-in-law went there. He got his graduate degree there and I have no idea what fullerton regions are they I feel like there's some kind of no I'm not even GonNa Guess what are they. I have no idea. Why don't you look it up? And then I'll say what the LINEUPS lineups were so first of all folks I say three scrimmage periods they played one forty five minute half and then two additional thirty minutes so I guess three halves that totaled one hundred and five minutes so the initial starting eleven for me I. I guess you could call it a proper. Half of Football Clint Irwin and goal. And then from right to left along the backline line Rosenberg a Boubacar trustee and then in the midfield mosquito price. Acosta Nicholson and then Kai Kemar and Andre Russian. You shaky up top at the start of the second-half you had rawls Jeremy. Kelly the draft pick drew more. Danny Wilson Sebastian Anderson and Kwaku Poku Both playing in midfield as well as Brian Lopez a rapids Kademi player called Basset. Darren Darren Yappy Nikki Jackson and met Hunley we. We do not have a list other than Sebastian Andersen subbing in for Nikki Jackson. So I'm not sure if there was a full line change for the third half of thirty minutes but in any case Drew more scores. I believe on a on a corner kick off of an a service by call Bassett in the fifty second minute and then cal state fullerton scores in the ninety third minute so I guess that would be halfway through the third period of soccer and then ultimately the game ends one one I would say listeners. Do not read too much into who was playing in terms of what group quite yet. These guys are still trying to get fit Obviously Robin Frazier once you get everybody familiar with playing everybody. So I would not put a whole lot of stock in Robin off. AMAAFUZA STARTING WITH FI regular starters as opposed you. Jeremy Kelly who started for the second-string or the second lineup so to speak we're still going to be plenty of shuffling. This is just one singular data. Add a point and I wouldn't read a whole lot into some of those personnel decisions. At this point I would wait at least for another couple of preseason games and certainly the end of the month of February where the rapid will be playing preseason games against other teams to see who's playing in the midfield alongside of Kosta and price anomaly only in terms of who I in terms of actually trying to suss out an actual actual depth chart. This is one data point and this is the data point is probably the least valuable in terms of having in preseason lineups determine the depth chart for the start of the season mark. What's CAL state Fullerton name? And what did you think about this scrimmage. If anything I forgot it 'cause is it makes no sense. which is they're the titans and I was like? Why are they? The Titans in the answer is because the students voted on it. And that's why Yeah let's see Yuppie Bassett Lopez in the middle row to buy Alarcon Houser Ramsey he and Kelly across the back for the final thirty and abroad in goal It's a pretty you know it's nice to see that but you said it in Poku Oku the right wing. But that's another example of a invention is the mother of necessity or something like that. Mother of necessity is the mother of invention something. Like that right like you kind of have to put a bunch of guys on the field route to buy is not a leftback back so but you kinda gotta give him some run out there And seven Anderson is not a left back either. But you gotTa Kinda put him out there so It's interesting to see. I don't really know much about Lopez. it's interesting to see that. He played in in two quarters. It's interesting to see Athem foon a Kinda get that. I use said think nothing of this. You know because there aren't any other options out there at left back but You know they didn't. They didn't put them out there I guess the other The only other question I have is Did I miss something. Declan win that. He's he's not out there isn't he. Signed sign. He's still on the team. He was only he wasn't really participating in training in the rest of the season. So maybe he's not fully fit mark and I'd probably I'd similarly a don't freak out about it. Don't eat too much into it but asterisk next to the absence of court Ford from any of these three periods as well. Yeah I mean those are two things to kind of just to keep on your You Know Loki not on your radar just to figure out. What does that mean but I yeah? Now that you mentioned I'm actually surprised that to Nazi court for out there because you know a full year of Nea Ri. Have I mean. I'm hoping that some intrepid reporter gets the full story on court. Ford usually don't lose a whole year to a knee injury. If there isn't a misdiagnosis of failed surgery or some re injury involved there typically. You don't like to talk about out that the reason like we. I don't know that we ever got a very clear explanation of what happened with courts knee What the injury was what the surgery Timetable was with recovery. Was We got we got a lot of vagueness and so my guess is that as soon as the rapids figure figure out how to say out loud. It didn't go very well. There were some complications. They will say that but like typically you don't get Aradio blackout with an injury like this and you don't start a new season with a player who was out all last season With a with a player being held out a non contact other than that Yeah I think you said it really well about not reading too much into anything You know I couple of seasons ago go I was getting my hopes up about players at the rapids brought in and then finding out the hard way that like it didn't really mean anything you know fagging. A couple of goals in one of these early early season matches doesn't necessarily mean that you're You're GonNa you know steel yourself. A spot on the bench. There's there's not many spots to take at at this point We talked about it last. PODCAST if you didn't tune in but Matt Ni- both think that there's maybe two or three spots The Nice Nice thing about having a relationship with Colorado Springs any one of these players who kind of impresses I would imagine that either. The video will be sent directly you too. Alan Koch with the car springs switchback or Koch is actually in southern California. You know getting an eye on these games themselves so so. That's the upside of this. I think that's everything that we need to say about a game that we didn't actually get a whole lot of highlights from mark and obviously a game that we weren't able to physically watch but we'll definitely try to be attentive as we get more information from some of these preseason games as you and I- annually laments regarding this the regarding this time of the year mark is that fans and media members and everybody you're starving for any indication about this stuff and I'll admit the league and the club have overall all done a better job but I mean just to three years ago you just get a basic list of who the teams were playing or scrimmaging against when those were actually occurring. And maybe if you're lucky you get a scoreline or who started but then no actual information about what transpired or lineups or formations or even definitely Lino highlights. So it's a step in the right direction but at the same time fans we're looking at this they're reading the press releases or any of the stuff that's going on on twitter and they want some kind of insight right into what this means for the team and somebody like you or me are trying to do it with very much incomplete information which is at best disingenuous or the very least you know I was trying to. We're trying to come up with clear and concise analysis off of complete conjecture or limited information as opposed to a normally a regular season in game where I would say arguably. Both of US watched the entire game from start to finish twice before. Actually having a thirty minute conversation about it I mean to the point a Oh you have to give the rapids credit and a lot of teams in. MLS five years ago in major league soccer in the early goings you would have trialists. And when you listed listed the starting lineup on twitter you would list the players as trialists in all bold letters and sometimes the team would even go for it so far as has to write like goal scored by you know Seattle sounders in the thirty second minute by trialists and it was like guys. Come come on at least show me the goal tell me the guy's name there are couple teams and MLS. That are still doing that. But it's really rare. I mean I think at this point everybody knows does that as much as you don't WanNa get fans hopes up for player that may not ultimately stick with the team. It's totally ridiculous to not even bother naming a guy out loud. Yeah so mark. I was having some nihilistic fund this week every single day logging on twitter checking checking analyst soccer dot com checking garbage twitter to see whether or not the CPA had been renewed and every single morning. When I checked that and found out that it wasn't the case I would again posted another tweet? The CBA expires in six days. Five days four days and then I think all caps and then all letters no numbers for yesterday yesterday when I said that it expired in two days and now we have gotten word and update major league soccer. The owners the commissioner and the Players Association Association have decided to extend the current iteration of the CBA which was due to expire. Tonight as of time. Yes tomorrow as of time I'm Afr- According to next Friday. which is February seventh and presumably? This is just giving themselves one extra week. In order to negotiate out whatever appears to be the holdup that hasn't really been explained or reported on publicly. As of this coming Sunday February second there will be preseason preseason games and scrimmages between MLS team so after the US national team game on Saturday as of Sunday at about early afternoon eastern standard time there will be MLS teams playing against other teams for those of you wondering about the deadline in terms of when things actually get Harry in terms of the teams playing competitive additive games and potentially players either actually having a hold out in a proper strike or potentially setting a really dangerous precedent with their suit wearing overlords in terms of choosing to play unexpired CBA Seattle for the teams does not kick off until Tuesday February eighteenth and then two Saturdays from there on the last weekend of February in which the actual emily season. Kicks off so just to recap that folks this coming Sunday. The second of February analyst team scrimmage against other analysts teams. This coming Friday February seventh is when now the current operation of the is due to expire. There's extended deadline. MLS teams are playing competitive Champions League games on February eighteenth and then obviously the rapid start right before the beginning of March against these united in the first game on calendar for the season. Mark your thoughts on this extension what could potentially be the holdup. Is this at least an indication that the parties are are firmly have at least indicated that they chose not to expire and in both team. Saying we don't want this to expire means that they're at least trying to not play hardball. Yeah I think that's the read I think if the team if if the players association and MLS management were really far apart than the players association would give themselves better leverage by saying you know. We're not going. Everybody who's in training camp is is is coming home. We are not. We are not negotiate. We are not continuing to train until we're a little bit closer together That's that's not what happened. They extended things. So that's an indication that probably the parties aren't too far apart the other indication that that's clear is that there have been ongoing negotiations creations and they're probably agreed or close to agreement on a number of important issues such as you know Max cap salary Tam level players or whether there's going to be kind of a middle amid level batch of players how many GP's AP's How much the overall roster can look like minimum salary for veteran's minimum salary for rookies accommodations combinations per diem and charter flights And of course the all important thing that is definitely GonNa get worked Don for this contract negotiation which is free agency whether free agency will look a little bit more real whether they will bring down the service age and the ages Those are all some of the big things and I think a lot of the a lot of a lot of the league getting a lot of the MLS PA have been kind of in the ballpark. About what it means like what what are the likely directions of those things are GonNa take for the last several years that we've known what they gave up. They didn't get last time and how they they felt like they got jobbed. And I think that that those changes will those changes have already been considered. They're just a little bit apart on on the specifics. But if you want to read a great article which is mostly in fantasy land but really gets at the core of what is The problem what are the problems with the League in the CBA stamp stace goal And Paul Scenario wrote their dream their dream set of of of rules for MLS MLS which basically included a salary cap And and some form of DP's but did not include it. All Tam or GAM or any of that stuff anyway also spending floor which I think really really interesting for a lot of teams like I would say the rapids and New England Revolution Pre Bruce Arena. But that'd be that'd be a really interesting situation for like the Houston Dynamo to have to deal with breath. Yeah and I and I think there was some there's there's also some Some issues around international players that the League wants to resolve. There's there's issues around international slots as shoes around Homegrown and the use of the draft. All that stuff needs to be resolved But I think the CBA is going to be mostly about those the most important A group of folks that are dealing with the CBA are those mid level mid mid-career American players twenty four twenty five twenty six year old guys. Who aren't quite making the big money and they're still chained to their team team? Those are the guys who are going to be the big issue this year. And maybe they're still making at the low end of the salary like there are guys. There are American players who drafted at a college who are two or three three years in the league who still making somewhere around eighty ninety thousand dollars a year. Now that sounds like good money to podcasters like me and Matt but for professional athletes to make eighty thousand dollars. It's pretty embarrassing so That's the thing that I think. A lot of people are GonNa want to resolve. Can we make sure that those those third and fourth year players in mls us are all making you know like they're making tesla money or at least like small-sized BMW coop money and and not Hyundai money on day. Yeah we'll set on that front mark. I think if nothing else the optics to me says nears I wanted to go down the route of we're operating operating unexpired potentially teams are in preseason. Or you know going into actual competitive games unexpired. CBA So it was good to see them at at least six to say that. Nobody actually wanted to go full hardball on either end. So that's good. If nothing else from an optic standpoint. I'm going to be really curious to see if by this coming Friday on whether or not things are actually closer. They actually signed something or do they. Just this turn into them kicking kicking mccan down the road to the point where it's okay. We don't get something done on the seven so let's extend into the fifteenth if they don't get something down on the fifteenth let's give ourselves the weekend and then you know potentially they're going into it when it expires like fifteen minutes before it. Land United is supposed to kickoff in on Tuesday February eighteenth. So that's really kind of my only concerned because the actual deadline of young of this week was that hard deadline in terms of it was the end of the world but I think if it gets to you know the Evening Mountain Mountain Standard Time on February seventeenth and nothing's been renewed at that point. Both parties have kind of put it into now. There's a hard deadline and it's a hard deadline headline where really the players have control. Because then if landing united just says you know what we're just we're not gonNA play a game on an expired. CBA then I think that rightfully it fully so puts them all of the pressure on ownership. Because there's nobody. There's nobody from a consumer Fan Sam Point who's rooting for the owners and Don Garber in this situation situation and so if the players were say we've asked for these sort of things you've been really slow and giving it to us we're finally in a position of power. We're going to hurt you where it's where it hurts most in by choosing not to play under an expired. CBA until we get what we want and effectively. I would assume that being automatic forfeit in the context of an international no concrete cap competition. So glad that it didn't expired hopeful that this indication that they're at least aware of the deadline and moving forward but there's going to be a hard deadline in an ultimately at that point the closer we get to that the players are going to have all the cards in their hand in terms of how lenient they wanna be or whether or not they wanna push this all along the owners to try and get to what came on. I really really hope. That's not the case. I really hope that secretly. It's just been radio. Silence from guys like Alejandro. Bedoya Don garber other guys the analysts and they're just working through stuff and just haven't said anything to anybody but I'm still. This is still something that is in the back of my minded something that I'm going to be very aware of and if it's next Wednesday and we haven't heard anything I'm probably going to be drumming up some more stuff on twitter mark. Speaking of stuff coming up on twitter and people getting upset about mark. We officially have at this point pretty much every single leaked MLS JERSEY. That's going to be coming out this year. Obviously the rapids will be dropping. There's next week as well and it's Kinda similar to a bit like last year mark where we're kind of going back to one of the retro looks from the standpoint with the the three Adidas stripes on the one side and then some mostly monoculture on the other side and as usual adidases tons of fun stuff down like the front piece of cloth on the chest for a couple of teams but similar to last year in that most teams were coming out with a new secondary cat most of the secondary kids. It's last year were white so there was. There seemed to be at least general template that Adidas was doing and then just had a little bit of fun with some of the kits. We kind of see that again Dan this year and so there's an aspect of these kind of spring single entity at the same time. I don't know that rapid span's really have to be really. Why are you upset about the circumstances? All things considered given what some of the other teams are going to be wearing in two thousand twenty and furthermore the rapids are relatively simple. Look at this point you know like how do you make Liverpool fans happy about the new Liverpool kid come out with a red shirt. That has the Liverpool Crest on it. It's the Burger shirt. It's got a little bit of blue accidents you and I both been big proponents of the rapids. Emphasizing their second of the ice blue color and this is a shirt that definitely achieves that albeit in ones. That if you were to just you know pull. Let's sing up and paint. And then just change a few of the boundaries and then click some new colors would look the exact same as most of the other new kits. That Adidas is releasing this year. Mark your thoughts and more importantly importantly what other analysts teams are. We roasting the most with their crappy shirt releases. I think I think people freak out at first and then they and then they kind on a back off especially once it gets paired with shorts But if you want to take a full spin the best website I've seen for almost all the the leak the Jersey here's e leaks is soccer by SPIC. SOCCER DOT COM Did a really good rundown of all of them Atlanta nights got their white the Columbus crew went with his really cool black With like a funky design in the back that I really did of teams that the three stripes on the one shoulder look really good with their accent. Three color The two teams that the jump out the most are Minnesota United and Inter Miami. Because Minnesota's baby blue looks really nice and also. They went back to the last kit they had in the NFL before They jumped to MLS. which is that? They had the the wings on the cover on the front The wings of the loon so that was a good look People hate the R. S. L. Kit because it kind of looks like Somewhere Inbetween tie-dye. Someone threw up all over your shirt but it Kinda like it. I mark it once again. Looks like the printer broke. Yeah they and their printer broke. Jersey is their kids that they revealed last year. So you'll see that one and again. Their Principal Jersey is a terrible jersey. This one kind of looks like someone threw up on it but I kinda like it It looks a little bit like a Plato mixed with tree. Free rings or something like that. I don't mind it NYC seizes. Very Good Red Bulls as a very very good one Hard hard dark black with a very very you know kind of blood. Red As the accent on the three stripes and the Red Bulls. I think that one's amazing I think the Roszak test for every the MLS fan is whether they like or hate the San Jose earthquakes one. It has this weird stripe of yellow. Which I didn't even know was a was a color for the quakes? QUAKE'S I don't think it is. It's a post so mark it's supposed to represent the San Jose city flag and it has very similar colors to San San Jose state spartans of which their Home College Football Stadium was the original home of the San Jose Clash Back in nineteen ninety four but I look at this mark and the first thing I saw the quakes are wearing galaxy colors. It's also round. The yellow accent they did is at the top of the chest and it's weird it doesn't make any sense. It's not a straight line so like you've got I mean if we're going to be aesthetic nerds here you've got a lot of straight lines and then you've got a curved line and and it doesn't quite fit the one thing I'll say the quakes did that. I just noticed now that I had not noticed as you know one of the things that didn't happen this time out which is really frustrating. Some other folks pointed of this out one of the things. That's really weird about these kits. Is they made sleeves. And they made a neck and the neck isn't the caller lawyer isn't exactly like a like a lot of soccer teams in the old school would have an actual like folding over collar. These are not a folding over collar. And they're all the same so the arm cuffs and the neck collar all identical across the league. So that's kind of boring and then to to overstate that. Even more almost every team in the league to the collar and the sleeves to be the same as the front panel else shirt as well as the shoulder panels so the colors are. There's no there's no uniqueness there's no pop to which is really disappointing pointing the exceptions to that of the Seattle sounders And San Jose San. Jose is the only team that went with like a white kit a white collar but with blue stripes apes. That's the only thing I like about that one and after that it's it's it's a lot of media let's get to the only important one. which is the car rapids rapids? The rapid city really plane kit The three stripes are the baby blue on the right shoulder and then the main front panel has kind of a diagonal Like embossing so it looks like they're diagonal stripes where some are slick and some of them are slightly darker Burgundy. Hey it's okay. I mean it won't be particularly noticeable. I'm sure they'll pair with the the blue shorts and it'll look fine You know I I think for our Burgundy Kit less to some degree is more. I think every year. I'm a little worried that the Burgundy kid is gonna get ruined mum fine with a secondary very kit being the avant garde one. I was disappointed last year when it came out white But so I'm pretty happy with the way the rapids one came out. It's not it's not like Oh my God I love with it. I have to buy this one which I'm kind of relieved. I don't really have a one hundred twenty bucks or eighty five for a replica. Burning earning a whole my pocket. But I'm pretty happy with it. I think they'll look good at a with it and I think we dodged a big bullet when you look at some of the really bad ones like our cell. All Cincinnati went with two panel which I always think looks bad so ugly. I don't get it. And a lot of people think that Orlando City they got kind of a purple ripple son that fades as you get further away and it kind of looks like someone's spilled a little bit of Blue Dye in the wrong spot of his shirt hurt and then just tried to wash it three or four times like. I don't think it quite worked out the way they had hoped to. And lastly the last one. I'll comment on. Is I think some people people are going to like it but the Dynamo Jersey makes me have a vertigo. Like it's really really swirly weird with a black it's on it's orange on black and it's really really weird lines in asymmetrical shapes. Yeah I like the the last one where they kind of had like the faded orange in the middle of the like the Black Front of the kit I actually liked for Houston. I don't get why you do that as a Houston. Were to do that. But the Dynamo played in like ex-chicago. I'd be okay with that. I don't get the idea of having a primarily black kit that you wear at home when you have like afternoon Games in Houston in the middle of July. It doesn't make any sense to me so a couple of comments that I've mentioned in the past on the show and on other platforms anytime jerseys. Come out mark in terms of how I view things first of all most most of these Jersey releases. We only got the Jersey so we don't necessarily know what the entire it's GonNa look like. I agree with you that it should be. We'll probably be the blue shorts. And then some combination nation of the stripy socks as well that we both men fans up but I would say just looking at the Jersey in a vacuum without getting to see it with the entire kit gives me a little. I don't fully judge the kid until I actually see how it's properly assembled and then I'm able to see it from sadie view up in the press box actually during a match and then been able to see it either up-close in person or up close for TV and so a lot of Jersey fashion these days with the little the subtle things that never come out for someone. Stadium is really for somebody to wear it for it to be a fashion thing for the up close view and so a Jersey can be great from the stadium view at the top. Ah at the top row in section seventeen. It can be gracious individually as a shirt up close or far away or at least in terms of how I'm choosing what yours these I WANNA purchase is. Does this look good with like jeans with jeans at a soccer bar with me with me having a beer in my hand and so Jerseys and I and so amongst all those different options jerseys can be good for one or several of those but not all of them these days with how much crazy stuff is going on. It's really really hard for Jersey to universally good. Be Good for all of these last years primarily kit for example when you think about it is just a plain burgundy shirt but when you put it together with the blue accents that having the entire kid it was baller the fans loved it. The players love to it looked really really good in stadium. Look really good. up-close we with the entire entire the entire not the head shop of the entire. You know say body shot of one of the players wearing it but obviously if I'm just wearing it with jeans that's okay because it's another color but when you think about it. It's just a plain burgundy shirt but like I said previously you know Manchester United and Liverpool and Arsenal have sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of the shirts. Just coming out with just a regular red shirt and obviously arsenal does the the whites on the shoulders. But you get what I'm saying mark so I agree with you in that. It is plain under the premise. That Adidas has been very very template generic single entity in terms of the kits. I don't know how excited we could have gotten about any rapids given the that's the premise. Upon which Adidas is doing most of these jerseys given what some of the other teams got I think the rapids dodged a bullet and ultimately this is another year in which the rapids Burgundy Shirt by there with me wearing it in jeans in a bar or probably seeing it hopefully hopefully with some blue below the waist is going to look overall really really good and ultimately it wasn't ruined. I think as long as rapid FANGIO's get a burgundy shirt that says Colorado rapids for the most part. There's not a lot of complaints given a lot of other teams have had to deal with in the time of the rabbits having solid burgundy first team kits all right one of those things that I do want to address. Mark we did actually have an ask. H H. L. Jared Greenberg was asking about whether or not there there was a rumor for the rapids rapids getting a third kit and believe Jarrett. You are referring to the rumored since ninety six collection which will be coming out this coming summer for or all of the Nineties Nineteen ninety-six original MLS teams including of course the Colorado rapids. We haven't gotten word or any leaks as far as what that material looks like whether it's jerseys or shirts or other merch mark. Correct me if I'm wrong. We haven't gotten confirmation if archers coming out did at any point that team will actually. We're them but we've gotten word that it's definitely gonna be throwback he stuff so go back to the absolute like like stab your eyes out stuff that the galaxy was wearing. I'M GONNA assume that Casey is going to come back. Maybe we see some reincarnation of the San Jose Clash Look. I'm going to assume this means the rapids having something that says has Colorado rapids on it. That's primarily green. Yes no that'd be nice. I think that the the original you're talking about something that fans can buy not something necessarily essay actually play in right. Yes yeah possibly. It's it's a good thing. I wanted to add one other piece of news. which is kind of like a heartbreaking piece of news that I just saw which is I don't know if you saw this matt natural? Se They put out a joint statement from Don garber and Nashville. Se that apparently really they are. They were they were given an expansion team on the promise of having a new stadium. The mayor said Ed recently that he the the That they were not moving forward with demolishing the old stadium and building a new stadium idiom and that It's holding up the works The statement includes the following language during today's meeting. MLS Commissioner Don. GARBER garber made it clear to mayor. Cooper that major league soccer would not have awarded Nashville and expansion team without the commitment made by the city to build a soccer statement at the fairgrounds. The mayor's continued. Refusal to proceed is a deep disappointment to natural gas CNN. Last I've never seen a statement like that from the League that basically like they're basically leaning on him publicly by saying like You promised us a stadium and now you're backing out of the deal for you know it's just it's it's a it's a bad had. Apparently also in addition stamps goes reporting that they are having trouble with Season ticket holders at this kind of news isn't going to help them either. So pray for Nashville Ashra. They may they may make Cincinnati's entry into the league last year which was kind of calamitous. Look like a smooth sailing by comparison and so when New York City of C- came in Martin Resolve this resolve this. Oh Yeah we'll get to the stadium part later and I think really we just found out out the don garber and everybody really just wanted. Manchester City's oil money right so like does this like like Nashville. Will I have a hard time believing. MLS three point zero unless given all the disaster clubs that have operated either financial front or an on the field front. The the League would actually fold the team for the first time since two thousand one but I think if I look at Charlotte if I'm any other prospective give bubble expansion if it Sacramento hadn't gotten a team right now and they were seeing this like they have total rights thinks like start lighting the torches and sharpening the pitch forks and marching on the analysts New York offices for this kind of decision. So I mean if you're any bubble team right now that's going to be like last one in first one out for MLS given some of the other expansion teams were promises were made the expansion was given and then those promises weren't followed through on you. You know like that giant commercial area. That was supposed to be around. Exporting its park I leaving there has no chance of being there anytime in the immediate media future. That's that's Kinda crappy from Nashville standpoint. And you know I still contend. Mark I don't I think a a New York City of C- can't function from marketing sandpoint playing in a baseball stadium and trying to be a superclub as time goes to infinity and if they achieve anything anything but a baller soccer specific stadium somewhere in the five boroughs their whole marketing of being everything. The New York Red Bulls sold out to be going to New Jersey will completely fall through the cracks. And I don't know what that looks like and I mean at this point I think I think now if that's that's the situation then I think Nashville AC- really has to hope that made like a couple of years. They can be at least in somewhat of a position that they're at least selling out the lower bowl at whatever ever Nissan Titan Stadium. Where they're playing right now because I mean a team just on their budget level with the way that we're expecting them to play and the money that we're expecting them to spend end but playing an NFL stadium and not getting Seattle? Atlanta sized crowds just reeks one point zero in all of the worst ways Totally agree just WANNA add one last thing to that which is the that It to underscore your point completely Inter Miami cf promise you know soccer specific stadium and what they wound up with was Repurposing Fort Lauderdale Stadium and building there. And they're saying it's temporary it's temporary and the and the reality is like it's not gonna be temporary. I mean it's an hour drive from Fort Lauderdale to Miami and the effort. They're putting into bill that stadium the effort it took to find. It is basically going to say like it basically tells house like this is this is not going to be temporary. This is going to be so you are right. The defining characteristic of either this mls three point. Oh or like three point. Five is just soccer specific stadium promises but soccer specific stadium letdowns as well. Yeah okay. We touched on everything mark. We've got a really really special interview coming up for you dear listeners. I sat down a couple of weeks ago. Just before the start of training camp with Colorado Rapids goalkeeper coach and Academy Director for Goalkeepers Chris Sharpie. He's a wonderful man with crazy. Australian accent he has a really really interesting getting soccer journey in terms of playing the game starting out in Australia going Europe finding his way to mls and then carving out a pretty awesome niche mark where he's been a really good contributor to the Colorado rapids as an organization and obviously done it with a wide variety of goalkeepers who've been productive for the rapids and obviously still found ways to have jobs jobs elsewhere when they go to other teams. So let us roll with that. But I follows individually on twitter at soccer underscore rabbi at L. W. Smith polar her hit us up on the twitter machine at rapid ninety six podcasts. Send us your questions using the Hashtag ask. Hgh L wrapped ninety six PODCASTS AT GMAIL DOT com if we bring monetary value to your lives Denver Post Dotcom backslash. Ach L. AND PATRIARCH DOT COM. backslash rapids ninety six podcasts with that listeners. Here's my conversation Asian with Chris. Sharpie Ozzy Ozzy Ozzy Oil Roy. Well first of all we've crossed paths but I don't. I know that we've had a formal media conversation. I know the the boys all call you. Sharpie he do. You prefer that Chris Coach whatever whatever no not coach okay liver of a okay. We'll stick with sharpie then. Okay so you originally from Sydney Australia. Australia Zaveri Sporting country. I know soccer soccer and football was still you know when you were growing up. What sports all did you play and growing up? And Ultimately Judah football ultimately for a year. You know your your life in your career right well. My is dotted. We've actually started. We saw kind of only Playing on it when I was younger and then I played a little bit of rugby. a little bit of cricket a little bit of tennis by Kinda like across those sport As I got older I kinda ventured away from rugby a little bit and just kept playing soccer and cricket And tennis as I hit my early teens it was pretty big I was pretty big with tennis. Actually love tennis was quite good at it was on the the Sydney and shook it And then as a little bit older and I was okay at soccer My Dad Jimmy. I choose between soccer and tennis actually chose soccer because I felt I was better at. Aw but that's pretty much it. Yeah Cricket Tennis and soccer with the ninety three when I was growing up in a little bit of rugby when I was a young kid. Okay and then as soon as you started started. Playing soccer was immediately drawn to being a goalkeeper or were you shifting around in positions and realizing maybe prefer using your feet as much out was not might might. I was a striker up until I was about thirteen. Years ago. you know and one day. I think it was like each well. Lisa teams The goalkeeper got injured and was stuck in gulled right Not Just Kinda start stayed there. I didn't change so okay. It must have changed that kind of makes sense now because I think I remember a couple years ago in the media game that we had we were getting set up and cello was the captain apt. We were on the same team together and then he was asking where everybody wanted to play and then he said you know sharpy. What are you going to do? He said. Put me up top. So goalkeeping geyser tonight can fly. I could play on the plan. Okay very cool. I remember having a conversation with Tim. Howard a couple years ago and I've I've heard this from other American goalkeepers just the fact that there's more diversity of sport in the United States than in Europe and the fact that all the other sports in the US ultimately really have ball the hand coordination? You know your dribbling a basketball catching in throwing a baseball for example you know. You just mentioned playing rugby and I know Tim. Tim had said you know when he was playing Everson. There were a lot of times where he'd be going up against European goalkeepers and across would come in and their first instinct would be to punch the ball whereas he he was immediately comfortable just catching it and then that allows you to possess the ball you know. Is that something that maybe was a skill set. You developed playing other ball-to-hand sports. Yeah definitely I think if you look at Australian in general pretty pretty athletic country And very much like the USA and cultural You know we We outgrowing out. We've you know I'm a multiple whether it be soccer. Rugby Rules Cricket Tennis Rugby League You know that's just basketball. The ball I said how you do it when you go up and try your play three or four different schools. So I think you look around the world we've created just like the. US have some pretty good. Okay okay. There's no right now. Matt Ryan Place with Brian primarily mocks for both niche. We've had a pretty good run a goalkeeper across. I would say that as a whole Oh. Australia's pretty on par with the culture. Obviously we have different sports than the US through he but it's a very diverse at a young age playing different sports. I think that probably helps the hand eye coordination one hundred percent We'll get to your professional career and a couple of questions talking about playing in Australia professionally but obviously Australia. Kind of the United States is mirrored in terms of starting their own domestic league just a couple of decades ago you know now getting into the twenty fifth season of mls and then obviously that's helped with an improvement in the domestic play Australia's pretty regularly you know getting to the World Cup and obviously the Matilda's have done a really good job on there and what's the future look like for Australia's a footballing nation. You know I I think. Well I think it's gone through ebbs and flows like any any nice should That's interesting in footballing world You know I think Ross who decades we've done well as a nation to get into as a World Cup you know you look at the play that we produce across those. You know those two decades guys like Martha Duca Howard Keel. He'd he'll you know Mark Schwarzer and now you're into the next long live play You know but I think as far as you know where we're heading and if you put the materials and you know as well and you know the head coach of the materials and the last COUPLA. He's very well. He was my coach growing up And they've done a great job Yeah I think to just like the US USA. No I'm very similar. Comparisons that you know for a straight. We've gotta continue growing grassroots level funding. The Best Path lies full. Oh how young players whether it's to stay in ever-growing I league and try which is growing which is fantastic. I've got a two year and three news coming in twenty twenty twenty twenty one But I think you know you gotta look at the the profile of the smartest right here and and you know now best players playing in European gene leagues whether it's legal the Bundesliga or or the You know so. I think we're still growing. We have a number of very very good. Young players is right now whether they're planning legal. Pioneer I think the right for our country But again you know just like USA. I think finding ways continually develop and grow you know you twenty three twenty. It you seventeenth You know have struggled in recent qualifications. Indication's for Wilcox And just kind of building on the talent we have as a country as a whole back lettuce and like you say talent athletes I think that's probably the biggest place for us because we definitely have a sporting nice and it's it's absolute only nicely. That always has been But I I think the future is bright for the bus Benzon Soda. You know if you look at it you look at people like Santa. Got A great job for the Matilda's and now she's in England playing in the women like The future is bright. Well said let's get your playing career you joined Blackburn Rovers as a teenager and obviously that was at the time when they were in the Premier League league big six was a term at the time but they were certainly up there and then later spent some time at Southampton that at that point was developing their now storied reputation nations both the academy level and the I team's basically a feeder team to the top six in the premier league. What were those experiences like? And how did they help you grow up as a professional and then just as as a person having to leave home at such a young age wonderful look and I look back on it now and you probably reflect on things and so you get a little bit older but that kind of you know. Put My wheels in motion speech. You know I got up and left at a sixteen year old. Uh My family and friends I was at Blackburn tees off they won the league and obviously no one expected respectively kind of like the west of the city story. A couple of years ago You know at the time it was a big cloud that had big players Chrisite. My Darlene Colin Hendry team our a big club and I got there and I was fortunate enough to Tucson three. You know why teeth deal. I stopped on sixteen I didn't know my walking Zeta after a couple of years And then I ended up nothing home for one season in the NFL. Australia And then I left again and went and joined Southampton handed For two more years which was fantastic. And you know those two period of time where you know over the course of four years Oh five years if you add one on your home But you know look it stood me in good stead for just being on my own and learning the you know the ways of the world on my own stuff. If you got really for me. It was always wanted to do was play in primarily paint. That was why dream when I hit fifteen and realized that I could be You know and I just kind of look towards that and got lucky enough to get myself a couple of Charles in England and age and you know in Blackburn lock man and I was fortunate to sign me but you know not no only make some friends for life across you know the that period but you know ruining from some of the best goalkeepers in Tim Flowers and Paul Jones and Neil Awash at Southampton You know at such a young age and just learning how to conduct myself as a young pro and a young athlete And will cost myself. You know on my own without any family and friends I think for me really stood English. I hadn't seen in a way twenties now. It was a really good experience. Well said heard from a couple of different Americans who've traveled abroad. And obviously this would have been you know a couple of years or even a couple of decades ago they just felt maybe not alienated but being the only American room coming from a country. That didn't necessarily have a strong reputation for producing international national stars where there are a lot of Ozzy's playing up and down the English football team at that point like did you have other Australian friends or you. The only guy with the bizarre accent on the team for me like when I was the only time I'll be glad you know all of the UK and in Wild Armand Scotland and uh-huh as well When I went to Southampton there was already who on your threes? There Coin Scott MacDonald which. I'm sure everybody knows quite well. We don't have a great career. He was the top goalscorer Celtic One year and he's careers now playing. I just actually Sochi transferred to Brisbane roar Stra Not Rosy I it really well he was a CD boy. I like plank within against WHO's already signed play when I went to Southampton And then we had some plays come through guys like Jay Lucas. This and and Cub Larry I mean it went on to be you know. Play Fifty Sixty Guy At a state at Southampton but he went on so you went inside. Intimate Line played Fedotova in the I league and I think it's still one of the Melbourne clubs right now but you know it was at the time when I went there it was is quite young All the good players that were going through the white t shirt and you know we had quite a few guys. Brad grows with my stuff at read And these the two guys I grew up playing with the same they So it wasn't uncommon. For All these you know scattered around the the ranks of the white cheese in England which made initially women playing against each other guys but you know at a young is our good friends you know we all kind of look out for each other but it was fun having all these there? That's the show. Mary cool cool so you spend some time as you mentioned previously back in Australia in the national soccer league and that was just a couple years part of the League coming into existence. I hear old stories about the NSL and even what some parts of the US seller like being kind of like the wild west. What was that experience like? And how do you think the national soccer league set the stage for the alien to come into existence. It was good. That was yeah. I grew up playing in the in the Youth National League Time I played the two clubs noble spirit and Para Para You know that one either. I left like winning. Came back to to Sydney. I played for spirit I was at a gun apprentice. That could have four practices on the first team at the time. I'm so I was on. The first team is one of the apprentices You know again it was just a good experience young young player I On a first team in the National League and you know we had some big players coming back from other safe guys like Robbie slater in Croke game. I don't you know great models now. National Team head coach for Australia so there was the people coming back that were you know big status in Australia And I think for me that kind of set the tone for what was the league. I think the came back and you know the NFL switched over and new clubs came in and all clubs left And I think it kind of a tone for you know the young players coming through that one to Chicago the stadium playing on the big flood leaks You know so I think it's kind of NS NFL year. The last couple of years really did atone for a new. I league and kind of set a foundation for defy is playing in Australia very much. The same why you look at the top of the Americans coming back applying in the MLS. Good stuff I've heard from somebody else within the organization secondhand and the U Meeting Jon Murphy Story then that relationship ultimately jarring you to Colorado Can you just tell me your side of that story of you meeting Murph and how that ultimately led you coming to mls. Yeah Back in two thousand and three or four I came to Colorado Auto holiday. It was previous to the two thousand four Olympics Right when the NFL went into administration Had about two months. Got There across the the ALESSI's which was like June July in England and I couldn't Colorado for holiday reached out the caller just said. Look you know who i Dan Blah Blah. I'd love to come in training for a couple of weeks on he One that actually got contact with me. He was a goalkeeping coach. Here at the time and He he he's really coming adding so I went down there and trained or trump the rapids and trying to you know two or three weeks while I was here in my off season for me when I touch also next four or five years and end up Denmark and she doesn't six seven and You know and if he doesn't seven my contract was up and I reached Muffin. Just should have said look you know this is the situation. I mean I would like to have look at Colorado and I kind of Colorado and that's the address history And most still here at the time. WE'VE BONANZA FOR VIDEO And yes so I just came back in and that was kind of the beginning of everything Colorado. Okay when you came here for holiday today. We're you up in the mountains. It would have been in the middle of the summer. I think so did that is the mount seem to drive to Colorado. Now I was actually had a very frank very very because friend of mine one of my best friends in four colors so I was up there staying with him. I was just doing some pants with him out there helping out a little bit getting his business up and running And Yeah and that was the you know there's probably four or five weeks And just trying to stay fit. Okay now you know I'll season in England And that would be just kind of reached out to the club just to see you know if anyone reach back out to me and my go contact that same day so yeah come on down have you. That was it up. And I've seen so very cool In addition to being the goalkeeper coach for the first team also the academy director actor of Goalkeeper and. I'm always very curious how some of these different positions can exist within the academy. What exactly are responsibilities? As the academy director for goalkeeping. How much atonomy or direction are you getting from other staff within the academy I yes? I ended the Restaurant Academy has since two thousand and so saved I oversee the twelve V. I overlay through to the United States. So all the goalkeepers in that span I also oversee Athletic Rapid USA club goalkeeper's so at five regions across the cost of Colorado. I feel the goalkeeper Anacleti being coaching staff. In those five Reagan's You know it. He said you know the the stuff here is absolutely fantastic and you know they allow me to take care of the goalkeeping manner that we feel is fittings. The club moving forward find produced. First Team Bulky You know we've got a very very good year Gawky to stuff right now. You know we've got a I've got a I am eight hundred quotas and incoming through that that I think it'll be very very big for the Got Some very very. The younger goalkeepers a younger age But yeah there's far as the doctors have a Wonderful Academy Staff Club And you know it Chris. College Kademi Director Got Bloom Job in the last twelve months of you know putting everything together and you know it's always a work in progress but as you can see where producing great young players any line instead Aniston and cold bath name a few You know so as far as goalkeeping concerned and and you know they they leave me out to do my job and do do it well which is produced. But you know I believe right now doing a very very good job amongst the stuff The academy in general has a fantastic Chaffee Group of cultures that wholly committed to producing young players. I forgot club and I I. I think that we see the benefits absolutely and I guess on that Note Abe Rodriguez probably the first thing that really rapids. Fans will hurt open with everything certainly that he did last year down with the switch backs you know. Can you talk about. His progression. Action is part of the academy and what his future looks like. Yeah he's been great. You know I found him or five years ago playing for what was Collado. Still on you know. He was playing on one of the field watching not not particularly hand but He's come a long way in the last four or five he's grown as a goalkeeper. He has a chip. Ah Shoulder that many people have He wants to sixteen hundred young You know last year you go unity to apply for the US L. team medical arrest which backs NFL and the sixteen year old. That's everything they're old. I think that he was the youngest goalkeeper in the US He had some wonderful performances. And Yeah wanting stuff. A couple of players are the League player of the month He he's future is bright. He's a a young hungry aggressive goalkeeper. that you know again we look at the system here the rapids academy and we've come through the system as has Andrew quotas the one below him in the age group and I think he's got a very bright future ahead of you know he explosive young goalkeeper He's very good with his feet I think that getting him taunting you only seventeen being. He's all in give him time across the course of the next three or four years playing all games at a high level. I think we will see a very vocal. I mean the following question question absolutely is a compliment every single time I have been out at feel twenty or watching any training. You're really really loud. If you're working with the goalkeepers in your guys's is this corner and the field players somewhere else you are the loudest voice on the entire training pitch. Where does that come from? I know. There's a stereotype that goalkeepers can be a little crazy. But where's that energy come from. And how has that helped you. As a goalkeeper coach. I think might be easy. Answer surveys I I just love my job. I absolutely love my job I love. I love that the coaching staff. I work with here. I absolutely you know love to work in the morning. Robbins being absolutely fantastic You Know Neil and MBA's stop here in a wonderful stuff on a really excited every day. You know. We walk out on the training field but I think for me if my passion for for what we do is just the ultimate draw drives the million. You know there's nothing better than being being out the football field. The morning people stuck stuck in cubicles in behind desks and you know Developing and improving and tiny and everything take along with being a professional coach. I think for for the goalkeeper survey is every time I'd have to change and get better Both of the coach. And I gotta go veteran you know Somme loving my job and passionate about football club. It's I am for being here so wrong. You know continuing to win football. Thirteen and produce goalkeepers and make sure the gods are in a good mindset for the game a weekend for me. It's just what the and I think that obviously like you mentioned it shows in Chinese really happy to hear because you don't hear yourself yourself again when you're out there but you know I think a lot of my job in the love of this war probably not aligned with the stuff that we have here in the want to win football games lake and it's my ultimate driving Hopefully what you just said it showed fulfill which is absolutely fantastic. A couple of my friends who work in education have a a teaching cliche that you have to teach to the average. So if you've got a big lecture hall you have to teach the average the average student will really get something out of it. You know maybe the more excelling student will be a little bit bored in the struggling student. You know might need a little bit of one on one attention after class. And so if I think about say the last couple years that you've had with the three goalkeepers in the rapids obviously you've had Tim Howard. Who just a couple of years? Prior was one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League. Clint Irwin Zach Math. who were excellent excellent starters that time and MLS but obviously we're serving as backup and then whether it's Sean Burner? WHO's now a Saint Louis F C? Or you know Andre Your calls a younger goalkeeper who is still very much developing. How do you plan out on any given day or any given week? What you're GONNA do in a way? That helps out those three goalkeepers when they're all at very different stages of their careers careers. Yep last thing you said is planning. You've gotta be very very well organized thing about what you WanNa specifically with these. Go keep you know and I think having him for the last four years has been wonderful for as a coach. Because you know as you went on from sixteen through to to last last year you know obviously a different state you career coming. In as one of the best goalkeepers matriculate one of the US as number one time and you know for the Gold Cup and the World Cup eh flies and sixteen and Seventeen You know and then obviously having that time. He probably had his best six months spill in. He's analyst Korea in the first half of two thousand sixteen. I'm before you go here. You know we worked so hard in the preseason again you need to be obviously so high. This thing is here to could get back to where he was You know and again having cranked by such years a coach in two thousand. So let's see You know and then producing him over the two thousand fourteen fourteen fifteen seasons where he was good enough to get a Toronto Analyst Cup You know I think for me. It's all about planning approach. He's tightened the days during the week. And and I'm and what is your field and you know having someone like he'd way you know The planning process that he was very different from Zakho quaint. With you know my shoes. Eight allowed APPALACHIA. Really get off the number two in my number three and work on weaknesses and strengths and and things that maybe they had painful because they're not playing games or I'm uh-huh one is Having to be on having a good process and a good idea to how you're going to structure which WHO's playing who's the number one cause they obviously get the game. Thanks well you can keep improving the number of the week and and keep things way can keep working. I think they're going to see on the weekend against your current playing and finding those moments during the week to continue work on two or three they always ready just in case something happens with. I need to plant trees playing like I was last year but I think for me now the process. Is You know making sure that everybody is fully fit. Everybody is a good head space to play for everybody. You're GONNA have spaces. It's called a better training on any day and the process of make sure that the boys lot getting the Games on the weekend Continually improving consumer getting the right play navy get a- and again just thing within that project You might be the best person to take stock of how Clint Irwin has evolved. As a professional he shows up to the club in two thousand thirteen wins. The starting job does well enough to go to Toronto Compete and win a couple of trophies and now coming back in for you know with the team you know within twenty four hours. The all opening up camp how much he evolved as a professional in the time that you've known him look Clinton very level headed composed imposed Me and my coach two dozen thing but cleans first year that is a analysts goalkeeper You know and you'd say another getting very nice demeanor as a person which obviously tired of seeing you know the way he performed on the football field you know. He doesn't get too excited. He doesn't get through there and just going to say to that level vice which is a wonderful community for a goalkeeper but he's overall growth and experienced. He died in the last. What seven eight years has been fantastic You know you can see it now. It's his turn to showing he he you know he's trying to be the number one and and really start Klein the head and walked all keep which I a hundred percent forty believe he is in the NFL But he just he's he's maturity both on and off the film he's ability to look after himself. He's very very off the field looking after his body. He has a wonderful routine. which which you know? Most goalkeepers do because that's just how they out of people so You know but now it's he's you can just see it every day if he's ability to lead the group and and you know the runs with him and he even Lockheed being with can't as being a wonderful learning curve having seen how the best deal on a constant diane even for the Clinton who does not again so rabaul seeing how well team moved off himself a lot of his career. I think really helped Clinton so yeah. He's just look as a as a goalkeeper just really evolved on off the field. He's cute he's got great right experience and I'll be honest with you. I'm really excited for her. She grabs anything. Dante client is one of the best goalkeeper. Melissa Sharpie. Thank you for your time today Sir. The Best of luck with camp opening up tomorrow in the entire twenty twenty season Clayton sir.

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Bobby Makes A Big Change To His Will + Amy's Daughter Has Been Doing Something Unsafe + Ansley Watson From KATV-TV Fills In For Lunchbox

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Bobby Makes A Big Change To His Will + Amy's Daughter Has Been Doing Something Unsafe + Ansley Watson From KATV-TV Fills In For Lunchbox

"Oh right the bobby bones post show pre show. We were up. It's time for the post show. We just finish today's show. We've had a little time in between we had Ensley from channel seven up here. We had some other stuff. So it's if you're watching on facebook right now. We're in about an hour late for still here work. It is Tuesday. So we gotta get Tuesday Song on Raimondo. Fiemme would that be a chorus here? We go to the H. O. Do Housewives go home just talking about twos day the best day of the week. You all know what's my time so I made a song about today so happens arrives. The lowest number of crowds is for Bingo at nine. Don't know how you do today. This is how my son comes up. This small amount watch because I love to is the birthing. Shout Breeze Zuma this morning and every Tuesday five. I got my spandex on. It's time to head to the Y. Let's go eight Joe. Oh Jews Day housewives gone jay talking about two. Two Brown. Cow Goes Moves East Cashews I'm talking about to go to Mardi Gras on Tuesday. I go tacoma guy on a Tuesday. Playing pokemon on Tuesday came out on Itunes Joe and housewives gone duck them by Jews Day. Gift to round cow goes some just talking by mum they. The story is forget the man cave now. It's all about the we sheds caves and she sheds but now we're doing we shed a commercial about. She sheds the she shed is for the ladies. The man cave is for the man but now it's the we shed. There are two separate sheds connected by a single deck so couples can have alone time but still be connected. This is perfect for couples who appreciate a little alone time from each other. But you don't WanNa be too far apart now. This phil feels very similar to my relationship right now. Here's where my girlfriend gets annoyed with me as we have every all every day we have a couple of hours of alone time. We make sure that it's in when you're together bobby. Schedules it fire needs. Air Is what I say. Okay and if you just everybody side you guys know finally you just get tired of stuff you give too much cheesecake and you love cheesecake. You go a little too much cheesecake and I I love you know my girlfriend. She's so funny but there are times where it's time for both of us. She needs to go work. I need to go get on my bike or be alone but but we have alone time but you can have alone time now on a we shit. You know what's annoying about to me? This I mean annoying about me. Is that? We'll talk about alone time own alone time to our stop act like it's the greatest thing ever so like just like you kinda like it don't be like. I just can't wait for a long time because I do play it up a little bit. I'd be like what should we do around one show? They'll probably get along all year. I love it. I'm so annoying but I do. Why do you roll your eyes? Because I don't know I don't know that. I think she likes alone time too. But probably no not as much as you feel like you make sure that it's on the schedule your very schedule oriented very and. I think she's flying all halfway across the country to see you. You wants alone time too and we're not days at a time. Who knows who wants each thing each quantity. We could ask her talk about Chevy wants alone time. Nobody wants where together for four or five days also not together for four or five days. That's okay that's when you're fire is getting air. Uh Air I right now. It's getting near I so enjoy being with her but also you don't need to be with anybody all the time you guys know him right they will take on. Take him on. I'm not alone time more than me. Well I'm not saying you're not right. I just think that you presented as like this is annoying her purpose. Oh okay because it's like. Hey we'll do alone and I'm like oh I like sexy. I'm like wait for that alone like Gosh. But it's it's a we shed one deck and the two little sheds are connected to it seeking get this at home depot or what do all sheds and you build a we mostly alone time? I go into my room. And she's in the living room so you can be in a man cave so doesn't matter to me. You know in times up. Does that a timer Or do you come out of your room and you're like definitely time it right. Then hang out again. Have a timer going right. I'd have things that I want to get done so I need to make sure. Sometimes I'll just go right the PELETON. I need to go exercise. But you know she went for mortgage number one for like three hours last week and so you guys can hate seeing. You're not at all. Do you know what's funny though. I look at the data from our podcasts and I try not to talk about relationship that much. Maybe wants to show it at a five hours. Sometimes story are most listened to podcasts. Are when that's in the header because it's still kind of new people are just click the podcast. What's developed Asian? Talk about it all the time. Then I don't want to power. The web hits on stuff like that. Do we put stuff on the web or now? Yeah I mean everything that performs really well for us on social media is anything show related like if I post news. People kind of You know news like news stories kind of care like as soon as I post any show related topic. Yes people love that stuff just any story like that and they they do love your girlfriend stories a lot trying to beat it to death. Same thing with the draft. All we stopped doing drafts for awhile. It's probably would be to death but I do love a draft and that gets so many hits isn't it helps us a lot drafts. And she she when she was helps us. She has to get web numbers. Yeah and so the drafts. My favorite segment that we do now is the draft is fun and competitive and we draft our teams of what? The topic is but That's a good one for web. Yeah that's why. It's my favorite half of it probably lunchbox over and over again. It's all him he's not here. But Edie Edie is one that was like one hundred times even do that because I tried it the other day to just because I saw him do it. I tried it. I'm like let me vote over and over so I don't know how he doesn't Jennifer Lopez. Alex Rodriguez are going to get married and J.LO's ex husband. Marc Anthony will be invited. Oh kids together okay. And also. Don't they hang out a little bit all of them? Yeah I mean the kids together so I don't think it's weird but the the story made it seem like should it be weird. I don't think it's weird because adults relationships change and you do have kids and the kids are very important. I think and it's also like the dad going cosign to my kids. Yeah right yeah yeah but I. I just don't think a lot of people do that. Well maybe it could be people could look at it as an example. I guess it just depends on how toxic the yes break-up was it just depends every every relationships different and they're Latinos like me so we're very jealous it's just. It's very rare in our culture. Are you blanket statement? Excuse me we Latino Josh my brother my dad. We're all very jealous. All Martha Stewart's go to cheap food single slices of American cheese. Do you have a cheat food? Cheap food or cheat cheat like like a one that you just kinda run too easy. I mean I I know I'm working on a lot of stuff with my relationship with food so I try not to see anything like good or bad or cheating anymore which is a new thing for me so I don't know I'm kind of just allowing whatever but I do like like reese's cups like that's obvious thing. I know I have out like wisdom that tells me that's not going to be healthier for my body so yeah I dabble. I'M GONNA rock pop tart with butter this weekend. I told her I would. I would try how Ya do. You know which. Flavor pop tart. No but I'm hoping strawberry I like. I like red and it has icing. My favorite flavors are just red colours sherry strawberry anything read. You can just give me right like flair read. Read typically tape name a red flavor. This bag can't Robitussin. Will that that purple but now they make read it. Depends if you get charrier. Great tough taste bad otherwise we would drink it all the time. Tell myself like this tastes horrible. Because otherwise it'd be throwing back shots and you can and people do that. That's bad onto that. I'm trying to have a better relationship with cough medicine though so I don't think it was good or bad I make fun of me. Yes you HARZ rocket. No that's okay. I'm proud of myself. I'm making steps billionaire. Warren Buffett finally gave up his flip. Phone only had a flip phone. He used to make calls. That's it Bread elders is at a lot to these back on the phone. Right now. Didn't Dirks Manley do that too for a bit too but Dirksen Cheat who have two lines billionaire. Warren Buffett finally gave up his left on the Richman in the world. But he's been rockin the flip phone and now he's he's given it up iphone eleven it. Just it's not even about if you want to have the toxic Internet it's about you can be efficient and get stuff done You know there was a story about New Year's resolutions and if you've kept it until this point like a few more days it's a habit because you've doing it so long. Why would he have? I'm I didn't make a new year's resolution but I made a word of the year and I'm sticking to it. The word of the year does not count as a result of water every day since New Year's good for you hundred ounces of water and that's a lot and I've stuck to it and I have to pee right now if you made a new year's resolution you're almost there to making it a habit mine. I made a literal New Year's resolution to be on my phone more than that. I was kidding but I don't. I'm not addicted to my phone in the way of I need to be checking suffer but I get a lot done on my phone and I connect with people that I would never get to connect with. It wasn't my phone so when I say beyond your BMI more what I meant was actually extend contact in create relationships based on the small screen. We have in our hands which is quite amazing. We've ruined it in a way by doing a lot of stupid things with it and focusing on a lot of stupid things for a long time but the essence of being able to communicate with someone who's thousands of miles away with something they can fit in your hand amazing. My entire relationship is on facetime half the week and you still want What do you call it? Do we always have to go back to a long time? It's just needs a long time but whatever you have a hell I think that you understand your relationship with your phone and you have a healthy relationship with your phone for some people. They can't have the same goal as more springtime. I love my phone not in the way of on it all texting or C. When Mary I'm on my phone a lot more than she is. She's really not a phone person. Does that bother her? Maybe sometimes because I'm like ninety miles from working at check and he'd need to see what's happening here I think about. It doesn't bother her. I just two different kinds of of people. She's very much. Put the phone down in experience with happening in front of me. I'm like well what's in front of me is call. Put the phone down. But let's see let's weigh the options on which one I like more. So we're GONNA go amy's got a P. R. Word of the year is water. She made a habit. She said it every day this year so I know you do one hundred ounces. Today's as I have I have done one hundred ounces a day since the new year and I'm very proud of myself literal water. Bobo would be proud. No I said it's like water. No water was overall theme and I thought of it while I was skiing. Which is basically. It's ice which is water and I was weaving down the mountain and I was being flow e so I wanted to be more go with the flow. Sometimes I can be rigid and I wanted to drink more water and then also water can leave an impression when it goes through places and I want to be more intentional. Leave an impression on people that I spend time with. That's my three-part water word. The year twenty twenty. I've checked out. I was reading text in you. Know I'm reading text on the screen. The show amy channing. Tatum is gorgeous too. Don't forget him. We're talking about high dudes earlier Normal though now he's not just like the normal now at his time. What do you normally looks like tatum? Okay all right. We're done. Thank you guys. Here is Tuesday's show. Tell your friends about us if you don't mind put us on instagram story on yours antagonise. We'll try to share as many as we can in the end. They don't pay for us to be advertised. Like a bunch of other radio shows so the only thing we have is you guys preaching the word and encouraging people to check out the podcast. Thank you guys. Go Transit. Welcome to today's show more in the studio and let's see what's happening with everyone as we do our segment what's to happen a ads. You know what we didn't talk about yesterday. Was I played racquetball? Your husband over the weekend is only the second time that we played. How is he last time? After the last time you played which was a months ago he bought new shoes just for racket ball. Great Compliment Media White Jordan's to play racquetball and I was like great shoes. Yeah yeah so really putting those to us. Hey hater no it's good. I'm glad y'all win because I think he got excited after. I'll play like it's fun. And so he thought okay now. I'm going to try to play racquetball. More and he just never got around to going so I'm glad you talked to him about it. Come back with rave reviews of our time together. No he did. He had a great time. He is like he said it was awesome. He said we'd play around or whatever and he's like and then we'd have a break and talk for awhile and then we play and we talked so he. He enjoyed it a lot. Well we got there and we always say best out of three and last time Wolf Them. Pretty good real quick but this time he beat me the first game. Wow He'd been watching youtube and doing some crazy serving stuff. Yeah because I asked him I was like. There's no way you lay goes. Yeah as a new taking lessons. He on watching Youtube. I said Oh great seriously Saturday morning before he left to go meet. You pulled up youtube and was watching tutorials and it worked for a minute and then the next round showed him but he definitely improved. I was a pretty racquetball player. I only ever played in college but I never was able to. Just take a sport because I'm okay athletic but I always just work hard. I was a good baseball player. Worked hard it's an okay football player because it worked hard racket ball. Contact you it okay. So anyway time. We played for like two hours. We talked for by forty five minutes of that but I just wonder what kind of reviews I get when he comes home. Solid Yeah he had a great time. Us ready. I mean his. He really really enjoyed it. I think that's basically say I really enjoyed it. Which I think is awesome dude friends. He hangs out with not here. Most of his friends are in North Carolina. So and he goes back there a couple of times a month so he gets to hang out with them but in Nashville. No so yeah. That was awesome. There's a basketball court because we play at the why. There's a basketball court right next to it. I was going to hop a couple games talking about. I can't I'm just so afraid. I'm GonNa hurt something come in basketball. I'm so sore from this bracket boss still. But she's hurt squatter like I'm having to cut a lot so I was like I should go play and then I just don't WanNa likes land on someone's foot and tear something because I got a couple of TV project coming up after beef active and so I need you to keep me out of the pickup basketball. Okay I can go play. One on one migrants have really a basketball player. We'd go play one on one but I can't go again. These games like get invited a lot now and I would like to go play. Let's go show my prowess here at the moneymaker can't hurt. The moneymaker which is frustrating. But if I'm talking about keep me out of playing basketball over to amy. What's Uh so my kids saw the new lion king in the movie theater and like loved it and I had seen bits and pieces of it when we got it home before we all sat down as a family and rented it again? And it's so good. I watched the start to finish and the new one where the animals look so real. I couldn't but here's the rookie mistake. We made we rented SD because it's a dollar cheaper than hd and this is the first movie where you can really tell the difference if you don't pay that extra dollar. There were times where all the animals will be running like during the stampede. Some point and I was like what you know just real blurry like in some of the movie it just looked so real and then other parts it looked bad and I know it's because we didn't spring for HD and it's one dollar so that's my recommendation who was the one that said you know let's not bay was buying hd three ninety nine or renting. And I was like what will go to more options because then you can click on SD. And it's only two ninety nine so he did it real quick and then of course whenever it started to get out. He's like Oh. I want that dollar back now automobile. Long it's slow waiting why you should watch it though but I'm not seeing the first one. Well then don't even bother with the first one. Yeah so much better. You're like Oh and it makes you think that you can have a lion as a pet. You Eddie I'm kind of excited about this. Guy's Burger King is rolling out a new sandwich no beef but just French fries. See this to bonds. French fries in the middle. How about that for a veggie? Burger doesn't joke for people that are like Veggie Burger and they're like. Where do we go that one time in and out and Y'all got burgers you're in Vegas or something and those backhoes vegetarian and I was like I'm Anita veggie Burger please and they basically gave me two pieces of bread with tomato and cheese? It's kind of like that but I love birdied. French fry sandwich with ketchup and cheese. And it does good telling you it looks good. It's almost like when you have that fried dish when you got shot. Cheese topped all over it with Ketchup. Or whatever else you want. Which by the way they should make bigger platters for those and not stack them tall Well here's what happens with stacks of fries or not chose. Because they're stacked tall. You really only cover the tall part with the cheese or the cat and then you have a bunch in the middle class. Chetta's dry mid through all dry figure that out by now but they don't know they either need to lay them all flat and make it a really long thing or they need to layer there. Do a layer cheese. Some chips layer jeeze. Maybe the layering the topping farthest. Freiburg goes it's not here yet it's a New Zealand which is weird to. I wonder how they pick their pick. They're like all right. Let's Go New Zealand yesterday. We talked about the KFC chicken and doughnut sandwich. That sounds amazing that chicken I love. I love doughnuts You gotTa love when these restaurants are trying to change it up a little bit your work. I just hope he gets to America. Not even try it. I'm always like you'll try just amazing. I never tried. Hey would the hat right? That's what's happening with us this morning. Here's the bobby bones. Show podcast highlight segment of the day. All right so what happened. So we're all sitting in the house and like our living room kitchen area. Everyone can hear the front door. So we're all right there and we get a knock at the door and stuff shira just yells out come on in its open always like it's always openly choose rule out about it and I thought so sure first of all we have no idea and I looked yes. The door was unlocked so should not wrong on that but like I don't want people to know that and we're we're in the world. Did you pick that up? I guess you saw it on TV. Show I mean he's like Hannah Montana and things into that lately but I guess someone knocked on the door and they yelled come on and it's always open like real welcoming and friendly way. It was a delivery person and luckily they didn't come on in but I went over the door and it was a stranger that we did not know and I didn't want anybody to ever get the impression that they can. Just come on in at any old time because it could have been like a actually. They weren't even delivering. It was like a door to door like sales like selling something. And that's like that just made me nervous about whoever was at the door that they hereby daughter. Yaldo where it's always open. So what would you say to her? Just told her. No we go to the door actually only want you to go to the door like you can like peak out a window where they can't see you but you always let us go to the door and if you're ever here home alone you don't need to answer the door but then. I got nervous of like sometimes burglars knocks or Ring Doorbell to see if he's home and if nobody answers then they break in so I thought what do I do. Do I have her show that she's home? I don't know it's it's hard being a parent and trying to figure it all out but I do know that we don't yell at strangers to come on in Eddie dealer. Kids opened the door. I was thinking about that. And like my my. It's great that her daughter like has the even the energy to say like. Oh come on in my kids. Don't move bell rings in get the door. I'll get it have the opposite problem like normally if somebody's coming over we know they're coming over so it's always awkward to even as an adult like God. I Don't want to go pee. Because then they'll see me and then not to talk to them. Even when we were kids people used to just come over. Yeah never if someone just showed up at my house like what up like we have cell phones? You can text me. You could have tweeted me. You could have done many things. Let me know you're on the way over here. This is not the way we do this anymore. Which do you prefer? Do you prefer the like being able to just pop up at people's house or like this stat from my child Milkman. Sent to borrow eggs and sugar from my neighbors. W Like Uber. Your Dad places you like to be able to be on the Internet. I Love Amazon Prime Now. I can just get the eggs in an hour but I'm just saying that is creating more of a disconnect. There's a thing in my house where there's a cross street like across my yard so at night when people drive up that street the lights come right in my window so. I think the people are always in my yard and my dog now that he's super like protective of the house. Every time somebody comes with that road just going crazy shit maybe shades. Something in the front blocker thing. Let me ask you this question. Whatever happened to predictability the Milkman? The paper boy even TV. Yeah she should talk to whatever happened to the mailman. The paper boy. Did I get eleven here? Somebody tell me a plea remember their full house. Family matters that's the MILKMAN. Bobby bones show short pretty raimondo over there in health news president. Donald Trump says the. Us Corona outbreak is under control. There's no reason for panic. Number of cases in the US fifty three in la thousands of mourners flocked to the staples center to say Kobe and Jonah. The arena sold out for the memorial which featured emotional tributes from wife Vanessa Michael Jordan and shack and finally tonight is the Democratic national debate in South Carolina. It's the last one before voters in sixteen states. Go to the polls on Super Tuesday. Next Week. Bobby bones show well. This is a very personal on this day in country music. Hit a formula in the bobby bones show on this day. And what do you think happened on This Day in twenty thirteen? Seven years ago February twenty fifth. I hadn't thought about it at all until you just said this that that that was our Davos when we moved to Nashville that our first day on air or I don't know that the bobby bones show launched nationwide On Country Radio Station starting on February twenty fifth seven years seven years ago today. We're seven years old. Wow Brad Paisley Jayco. And Gloria Joe Nichols Craig Campbell and Janet. Cramer helped welcome bobby bones during a press conference at Country Music Hall of fame for theater in Nashville beginning February. Twenty fifth twenty thirteen they launched Jansen. Was there too was? He Oriana the country top thirty later launched March second so today I always consider March first day because we were still by. Today's the first day we launched nationwide. If you're new to the show this is what happened. Well I was born nineteen here. We go the small town in mountain. Pine Arkansas No advil Syndication Company in Austin Texas out of my own money in and strong together. Twenty five cities in the company comes in and goes. Hey we Want to buy this from you and I was like well. Your company is to all my money making this thing because they know syndicated the show at least not to the level that I was and that we were the amy and I work together. Eddie wasn't a part of the show and so they said. Hey we're GONNA put in a New York Los Angeles to go be where Ryan or Elvis. Duran is secrets and they're both still there right now so obviously it didn't work out. Both those guys stay. If one of them's GONNA leave and so they're like all right. We're we're done with you. What do you want to? I'm like I'm out contracts up and they said where do you WANNA do? We figured it out and is like one. Well go natural. There had never been a national country morning show before and so moved to Nashville country. Music was easiest for me because I was already getting in trouble. Putting country artists on our pop station Willie Nelson would come by darks. Bentley would come by Josh Abbott In Texas Randy Rogers Green so I would always hear from these hip hop stations go. Why are you putting country artist on so to me? It was easy because I grew up listening to the country music. I feel like although I listened to everything now definitely not. Just listen to country music now. I felt like my people. Mostly listen to country music so I said let's go do this and go try it out so we moved in seven years ago today we started and I remember when I took over the show. It was a big risk because I had to give up everything I built. There was nothing built into it. We launched on these stations. But they were like. I don't know everybody hated us for years because we sounded different than the other show. Now every show sound like us as far as like normal humans. The fact that I didn't wear a cowboy hat was controversial so much so that. Cbs candidate a story on it. They're like he doesn't wear a cowboy hat or a Bell. Buckle find out at seven how he's still alive was like wait what we still don't even realize is the thing But you know our whole goal is this show is to be as normal as possible. And that doesn't mean. I'm not a complete Weirdo. But it means I'm not on here with a big voice to be like this or trying to fake like a cowboy which a lot of country Radio people were doing and do a little bit still But we came over and the first couple of years were brutal But here we are now seven years longtime or short depend tile look at it it does feel like a lifetime ago. I feel like it was twenty years ago. I remember moving out here and they put me in a temporary apartment near where I live now. We both renaissance same building. Different apartment was and I couldn't get my dog up here dog dusty and so I'd have our friend cruised drive it up and I remember he had this. Gps on his collar. So if your dog got lost you would know where it wasn't your yard or neighborhood but I got to watch him. Gps All the way from Austin all the way to Nashville in the car. I just watched my map and see where the dog was coming up here. crazy the whole experience. Just we were told no so many times and you'll never make it and people writing stories about us how we were. What's wrong with in the country? Music Music hasn't quite turned over yet to think we were martyred that and so we were what was wrong with everything until we weren't So is it is not seven. Years ago we started this whole show here new woodwork. No doubt new award. You did the whole course but I won't get into something if I don't believe it. Yeah I know because I believe we are like our listeners. And that's what I thought would resonate. Not if you were a cowboy hat or award cowboy boots but like what do you care about in life? What do you feel like sharing? How honest will you be? It's like country songs but almost sometimes doesn't matter what the instrument you're using is. It's where's the authenticity of the message. A new word or I wouldn't have been like amy. Pick up your life and move. Let's go around like Eddie quit your job and TV in let's move Newark. Yeah I would never even. I remember thinking like well I trust bones for sure I mean this is whatever he does is a trust one percent but after that I never even thought twice that it was not gonNa work just because you when we came. You were like all right. This is what we're here to do. Let's go and we never quit work. Hard every single day leads me to my now. It's not right now. We're on this day. Seven years ago we became the show that we are here And we appreciate you guys for letting us into your lives every morning own a lot of emails and texts asking what. I'm listening to right now. Like I have any sense of what's cool but I did pull up the last three songs that I've saved stream and they're all covers of other songs. Which is weird and not on purpose arrest and Kelly whose Casey Musk's husband by the way did a cover of teenage dirtbag here is rust and Kelly version could a Which was the jam back in the day. We did the song here. Teenagers AIRBAG. You know that Song Yeah Ideal. I was big in alternative music when I was young. Well Yeah but you were so young I was. I was very classic. Rockers Nice Another song that I have is. Hilary Duff never let you go which is a third lab line song from back in the day. Here's sort of come on and then I'm not gonNA use my last night. Song saved two towns. Did stupid boy. What's your towns this if you know this one all the covers. Keith is Keith. Obviously well there you go visit. I tell uncall- am original their all covers raw covers. None of that's original. Appreciate you guys over. Hit me up. Instagram MR bobby bones. Let me say this. Real Quick de Eddie Naira in Tampa on Sunday. The raging idiots are playing strawberry festival. There are tickets. Don't believe they're sold out. I don't know what sites are sold. They're not sold out. So you've gotTA RAGING IDIOTS DOT com or you can get them somewhere else. I don't know Google. It cannot wait as toby. Keith wants told us when we asked how he was. Google me funny I mean how are you Google me? So there's that and then you know. We're doing this show in Boston. Coming up in a couple of weeks and sold out so we're actually going to go not the same weekend because it sold out so fast. It hasn't been announced yet. But we're going to go back up and play near Boston again. Okay 'cause I couldn't do Boston but you know we also near Boston. Where Northampton Nat Area Springville? Okay okay. So we're going to do it. We'll have another show their North Dakota. We're GONNA complacent shows we're going to fairs and festivals. We're like hey we go there. We hit Boston market up again. Yeah sure that'll make me happy bouncing from Nashville in Hollywood working number. Two thirty seconds. Skinny to kneel towns shared a new song as e salute to fifty years of women in agriculture in connection with national future farmers of America Week. It's called in my blood SAM. Hunt Song Kin. Folks hit number one this week in for him. The song is all about family. It's hometown it's my my grandmother. Ma all my cousins and we have a big family always got together on the holidays. So it's all my cousins so it's just it's just home really for the most part. Brian's son tape really loves that he gets some perks with the fact that his dad is liberty. I was playing Hershey Park. And you know we get. The fast passes takes just bouncing off the walls. He finally is fifty two inches which was a huge deal because already rollercoaster on the plane alert and he got on one roller coaster and he says. Oh God Dad. I'm so glad you're Luke Bronco. It was pretty cute moment. I'm Morgan number two. That's your skinny. It's time for the good news guy. New Jersey named David was freaking out last month because his fiancee went into labor. Ten weeks early and this nurse named Lisa McGowan helped him helped calm him down. Help them well. The Best News is David's fiance and their sons. Zane or both doing well. The baby's put on way. He's gotten stronger every day. But this makes the news because of a really weird coincidence after the baby was born. David started looking at old photos of himself as a baby because he was also a premium turns out. Lisa was also his nurse. Wow Way back in the day probably coincidence. Same nurse kids nuts. Both of them were born at Saint Peter's University Hospital and she's been working there as a nurse for over thirty years. David found a photo from nineteen. Eighty six of her holding him as a newborn and fiance realized it was the same nurse so they recreated the photo with their son last week so pretty cool story pictures pretty cool online and I wanted to share that. And that's what it's all about. That was telling me something good showdown over Eddie. Who's filling in for lunch? Box Security camera footage captured prisoners trying to escape from jail. She got up to the ceiling and start to walk inside underneath. The roof of the prison fell through the ceiling tiles. Landed upside down in a trash can watch the ceiling tiles. Were you always see people escaping to the events and above the? Yeah but I guess what they don't show like people falling through. I figured a cartoon where it's just like head right in the trash can like. Oh there she is. I wonder how she went head down though the I don't know maybe she was trying to crawl yawns down on her hands. Would you have been? Is that what you're thinking? I know I have fallen through a ceiling before but I was up in the attic trying to get my old cheerleader uniform. Mom's house and she stepped on the part. You're not supposed to step on yes. Yeah it wasn't and I went straight through but the my hips luckily caught me between the plywood or whatever the her legs went through my head stopped me and then I was just dangling from the ceiling but there was a huge hole in my mom had to get it. All patched apples like sorry. You're still the prisoner. We're trying to escape. I think so. I mean it's still an effort right. It's just like attempted. Whatever attempted escape for sure. Okay Eddie thank you. That's your boneheads story. Today among people love this game yesterday. We're GONNA play it again. I'll give you the theme song to a movie name the movie. Here's the example rocky. Had that yesterday got a point if you've got a right. Let's do it again. Our players are amy. Eddie Morgan. Everybody can be in Salmon. You get out of five number one. What movie is this man? Panther Eddie Pink Panther Morgan name this movie theme and then you didn't write anything I did. We'll like being honest. What do you have? She fell on Eddie Indiana Jones captain. America don't mix kill you number three named this new be afraid everywhere you turn. He could be looking three at sound him there. I just ate. It took thirteen toluene. I had Freddy Kruger Nightmare on Elm Street Friday the thirteenth. Jason Michael From Halloween. Michael Myers number four. I'm in Emmy Movie. Not a vendors any vendors. Morgan you need this one. Hire the Carribean. How guess she's still in it amy's been eliminated but you're gonNA last one anyway? Mean sure number. Five named this movie is from little boys and girls pull interesting. I'm in and your voice again. These from that makes sense. No Amy Ultra Eddie nightmare before Christmas. Morgan you can tie this up if you get it here. You have shot. How confident do you feel very confident for the tie the shining? What is it Harry Potter? Oh I feel so stupid wrong with you went away. I'm GonNa say thank you. Thank you. Thank my mortgage. I thought you had that one. I don't even know how I did. Not Know that he either. So they told Russell Wilson quarterback for the seahawks not to listen to country music because it's too negative is a mental conditioning coach. Who ADVISES HIM TO AVOID LISTENING COUNTRY MUSIC? I've just grabbed the top seven songs. I just WanNa see if a country music negative negative. I thought the same thing. But let's see number seven right now. It's Luke Bryan. What she wants to nine. She sounds positive sexy. Sexy positive writing or number six is Jason. Aldean'S WE BACK POSITIVE. For as you put that before you go play if it was negative. Wouldn't be we back here. We go come back. We saw we suck. Yeah exactly okay Jake Owen homemade things. A bath can't change along. Law was being men at home. Maybe they're Road Omeday. Great honesty negative. That's like a positive feelings. On number four is caned brown homesick or every reason. This could be a little bad. It's not like a love song but okay homesick. You'll give the coach one out of four. So far merrin Morris the bones and they have a gun nine negatives one hundred percent positive like we may go on through time sometimes. But we're good horse Lou Foundation. Good number two right now as Jimmy Allen made me want to is still thinking what I'm thinking. I'm about that in them. Like either one generic the coach get this one way. The number one Samdhong Kinfolk who MAC jam. I'm GONNA go just by looking at the top song music right now. Maybe if you go listen to hang junior tear in my beer leasing to listen to that Willie Nelson always mine might tear drops crying in the rain. What's the other one cheating heart? Your cheating won't be listening to stuff. Russell Wilson that's all in the news. We just ran the numbers right here. He's wrong I wish I had a mental conditioning coach at sounds therapist because the therapist. I go to once a week call. We lump although she told me I need to come this week. You needed to. Wow Are you going to go? No she's like okay. Fixed your perfect. Why do why the plan like you just starting to less? I mean you'll probably still go home and now I go next week but this week. She's like you're in a good place like take a week. Unity come next week. Yeah I'M GONNA pay for it but this week like I'm healed. And their first guy been healed thurbers would be like. Hey don't worry about it. I mean because she's making money off of me going in. She's like we're good either. She's really tired of thinking. Is that what you were thinking down? Not Not in a rude way. Bobby's such a challenger that I feel like a therapy session with her probably is a lot of work like everything like most you'll be like. Oh Wow I've never thought of it that way. I'm bobby like well. Let me present this. And so she's probably like you know what I think. We're good this week. Take a break. We were looking at our programs just Kahlil myself and she is a two which is a helper and I'm eight. Which is the Challenger? And then I went to the site that tells you what you're supposed to be together and our two are compatible like the most aboard eight and a two. Maybe that's why you get in the week off. Maybe that's why things are working amy's pile of stories the starbucks drive-thrus to have cameras in them assume everywhere. I go has a camera on it. Well they keep. It's kind of secret but someone on social media showed that they are filming you as you're in there so heads up. You are being watched. Well I would think that every drive through has a camera so they can see the person that's ordering and if they're actually up there I had no idea I've never seen a camera I just five. He's talking hello. Hello like no one's watching me also. I would assume everywhere. I go big brother's watching me at this point where you're probably right. I was listening to the daily the PODCAST and they're talking about that everywhere we go watch. It used to do bad stuff to. Kate won't heads up. Yeah when you're ordering through drive thru. Don't do whatever you want there watching. I find as in the past few weeks because I was talking about this and got a bunch of starbucks texts on the text line order too complicated because I go up and I go. I'll take a dirty John. Lott two shots of Espresso Almond milk and one shot a raspberry hot and I would always be like man. That's just a lot but so many people say they enjoy it when I know exactly what I want and the name of it because it's easier for them. Oh and so I do go in and I said exactly and I feel like they're they're they're right on it. Yeah I've guilt about that but I feel like if you know exactly what you want. Say everything that you want. And they'll get it just right. It's when you don't know what's a media. Paul Trump's can I get that's where it becomes an issue busy. Okay I mean. I'm not as certain sometimes that I hope I don't sound whiny like that. Is that little. What's your favorite coffee? Try to say more like Can I get one fourth steamed almond milk and the rest hot water? The stuff like that does not annoying right. I would suggest based all the feedback that I have received from people that work for starbucks. Yeah just say what you want instead of asking through like. I won't one fourth water the rest easy milk. One o'clock two o'clock you're GONNA say. Just be more. Just tell them what you want. Not Can you get it? That's my advice based on all my conversations. What else amy. So there's a new. Dating APP called meet helium. We're you can review people that you've dated or talk to on the APP and so it's like we're all about reviews like we like to know how many stars in the TV show gets remove before we watch it. Well this is kind of that thing. If you see somebody on an app you can see how they've been tagged and that's how you review like. They have positive tags like funny. Cute chill and then they have less appealing tags like cringe. Rude sleazy ghost. That's not good. That's unless you end up with them. You're not gonna hit somebody with a positive. Yeah yeah almost a ghost people. If that's the thing and labeled as a go I could have only used that wants by the way not on any dating APPs. I have a girlfriend before. This is what happens now. I say things on this show and then it gets back to her like with three wrinkles in it. It's not exactly how I said that broken telephones somebody in Tulsa. Here's IT tells their cousin who knew Kaylynn from back in college since her a dam. And the next thing. I'M GONNA go up. I'm like a promise I didn't have to. I'd never had two winners. It was one the whole time there was never a surgery is a weird thing but haven't had to deal with in a while What what are you looking at me like your example? Your example of that. You know it's just the in his mind he's like he just goes with the Weiner example. Bobby at two Weiner No. We had to hotdogs aboard the July last year. That's how these stories get twisted. Mister the our. What else have you participated in the skull breaker challenge on? Tick Tock me what that is again. Okay so three people lined up and they all like jump in the air but then whoever's in the middle the two people like knock that person down where they fall and hit themselves likely their head and it's supposed to be a thing and doctors are advising? You could really get hurt and you need to stop doing this. 'cause teens of course are doing it all over the out. I haven't seen a MONTEK. I've never seen it. I don't know that it's all over the APP. Okay maybe it's they say it's viral. Maybe it's a little bit there've been a couple. I haven't seen it either because I would know my my daughter was on tick tock all weekend with her new friend and I have to really monitor what videos they look at and what videos they do. And now I've got them doing sign language videos and it's awesome it Mike because my dnr all the time. Have you seen the skull breaker challenge? I've seen it on Youtube but not on on talk yet. So I don't think it's that viral antique not Super Viral yet. Maybe it's hit there've been a couple of them well. What are your favorite talks? Ooh I really like ones where they're like. There's like something hidden in a room and have like a secret rooms. You have to find it. Yeah like people showing the secret rooms in their house late. Why they reveal them. Yeah I've seen minor probably I like to watch couples dance. I'll do that too. I know but I like to find them. The ones that we can probably try and then I send them to her. And I'm like no we do this one. Mostly she sends to me and I'm like can't do that one like she's a good dancer. I it takes a long time. You're the ones I don't like the ones where they're like. I found this string and they follow you along like keep they keep pulling the strings. Now it's going out my window and it keeps going. It's like let's go to the neighbor's house and in the video quits and you're like I do do a lot of mentos and coke wins. Oh yes that was interesting. Yeah reposted something like that. Oh grow does any COGAN. They always mesler grandma's on ticked off of that one I'M GONNA take talk Mr Bobby bones if you haven't posted anything in a while but Keilor on Thursday and we have matching shirts for every one coming up. Yeah whatever routine yet. We only have a short matching shirts. And it's all meat. It's not her by the way. I'm totally in a matching okay. Do you know Eddie match when you and I performed. That's true we know ed different colors. No but there's the the the same like we were vest and ties. You have a thing about matching Yup with people you love for like sorry you don't feel well or do you know all right okay. I mean that's my filed amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news to tell me something. Good Eddie you're up. One of three year old boy goes missing wanders away from the House and goes into the woods missing for a few hours. Cops show up looking for the boy but thanks to buddy the pit bull. I'll tell them and that's where this was going. I was hoping the dog was GonNa Save. Says Hey cops follow me. Leads them straight to the child finds them? He's harmless. He's harmless. He's good to go and everybody's happy. Let's talk about a three year old. I how. How quickly can a three year old disappear vast vast because my my baby's one and he's already walking and he can go pretty quick? When your son? Your two sons were three they disappear out from under your eyes. Pretty the door was open. I mean they were out the door. Yes no one ever left the neighborhood or anything but yes. They've moved quick. Did you ever lease your kids? No never did you ever think about it though like in an airport. Maybe just tyler someone to them. I've seen some of those. Like telephone. String Wires Tetsu. Kids are as cigna backpack for you never. And the dog condom dog found He's great and the cops say that usually they're out delivering bad news most of the time. So it's good to get this new story out there and listen. It's a pit bull to which I believe. Dogs are as they are trained to be. I don't believe there's a bad breed and so I don't like seeing pit bulls and you've seen each generation. All of these dogs get vilified as German shepherd like during the eighties. Rottweilers in the nine zero pills have been the recent one. Listen piddling can be bad unless it's trying to be bad so I love that. That's who saved the kid there. That's what it's all about. That was tell me something good bouncing from Nashville. Hollywood number. Two thirty seconds towns shared a new song as a salute to fifty years of women in agriculture in connection with national future farmers of America Week. And it's called in my blood were you. F F amy no but I was an AG major at Texas. A&m feel the song right. Yes I haven't seen in agriculture agricultural development so just speak up a Llama favorite new artists. What else Morgan? Sam Hunkin folks hit number one this week and for him. The song is all about family for me I have. It's my hometown. It's my grandmother. My all my cousins and we have a big family and always got together on the holidays. So it's all my cousins so it's just it's just home really for the most part and Luke Bryan son. Tate really loves that. His Dad is a celebrity. I was playing at Hershey Park. We get the fast passes takes just bouncing off the walls. He finally is fifty two inches which was a huge deal because he'll ride any roller coaster on the plane alert and he got one roller coaster and he says. Oh God Dad. I'm so glad you're Luke Parana. That's pretty funny number two instagram at Mr Bobby bones. I'm GonNa read you. The top ten netflix shows in a second. Now not all time but right now. They've now they're putting out a ranking. The number one show. I've been told like ten times. Watch it and I haven't seen it yet. But because this came out and it's number one Probably have to start the second. Let's bring in our next guest co host because lunchboxes out. This is Ansley Watson from K TV and Little Rock. She is the anchor there. There she is. She's like a hair is on fire. She's here you come to my grandma used to say. I met Ansley. Angela how are you? I'm doing so great. How do we fix our microphone? Just pull pull pull it down a little bit taller. Your gentlemen almost five seven. No all right I met Ensley in mountain pine I went home. How long was it two months or so ago? Yeah Yeah I think that's about right and I go there and she's waiting on me like TMZ. Paparazzi really know And so that's where we met and she works for when I was growing up. Ned permutation is still around there. He's retired but he's still in Little Rock yes So she tweeted and tag me. I guess what was the story? So your boyfriend's mom tweeted us so my boyfriend's mom. Her name is Stacey. She's a huge fan of the show and so she was listening and heard that obviously lunchbox was gone and so she tweeted. Ansley needs to fill in so I was just like ha ha. That'd be so fun re tweeted it tied you bobby and then here we are here. We do it all right. What do you WANNA do first? Oh my goodness what you mean. Well we'll do a joke. I M you go over there. So here's how it's GonNa Work Raimondo. Hit the club and then morning corny blended the police officer say his belly. What did the police officer say to his? Bellybutton you're under arrest all right. Thank you mark was morning Gordon. Ansley House GonNa work is that clip was GONNA go. Don't start. We had probably Chris Kirkpatrick yesterday. I'm just jumping into it a point to you when it's your turn here we go. We're morning corny. Why are frogs always still happy? Wire frogs always so happy. They eat whatever bugs them. I was cracking up but I read A. How long have you been television? News almost five years This August I guess. We'll Margaret Five Year Michigan K Upper Peninsula Michigan beautiful loved. It bows like I need to get back. On the south. It's so cold Raimondo. Which part of the peninsula you from. Yeah from that upper peninsula too from Marquette on the news that weird. Yeah I lived there though in fifteen years I moved out when I left high school so so you went to like Marquette High School. I went to Gwen but to the mall towners. Okay goodness I'm blown away. Great spot loved it. So you did you go to school up there now. I went to harding. University and Arkansas then moved back home worked for a minor league baseball team and between jobs then got my first job. So what'd you study in College Broadcast Journalism to be on the news? Yeah initially I wanted to do radio and had internships in radio and I did an internship in Saint Louis and at the end. They're like you did great Ansley but like have you thought about TV. And I was like. Oh I don't know about that and I've loved every I literally did not know what I was going to be doing when I got my first job. Like I did not know what it meant to live shots and so you married to a small market. Which is what happens. Usually to in hot springs in my hometown And so you then you move to little rock from there. I did is perfect transition. So channel seven in Little Rock. They are starting a new afternoon show so we have our good morning. Arkansas lifestyle show but we didn't have an afternoon show yet and so they had just started in. They needed a reporter for that and so as easy transition from my two year contract there marquette. Move Back Down to Arkansas. Starting this brand new show so where about two and a half years into this new show. Good Afternoon Arkansas and House I going good. Oh it's amazing. Four people in Arkansas. I love Y'all thank you so much for listening but if you don't know about good afternoon Arkansas Watch from three or four afternoons superfund. All right good yeah now. I'm excited. I like her energy. I'm like Dang I need someone whatever she has your so sweet the most energetic person. I have decent energy on me. I'm a morning person. You are right from three to four. Okay Yeah so. What time do you wake up in the morning? Usually well I have like a normal our job now so I wake up like seven or whenever and how was the last night you drove up from Arkansas? How does that drive is great until we hit Memphis than a hit Got Robbed No. I was driving through. We stopped at a at a Gestation now at a Restaurant Olive Garden walked in for twenty minutes came out. My car was robbed. I'M NOT GONNA lie. We stopped at Popeye's last night for dinner and station. I looked at each other with. I probably the Best Hotel in Memphis and they made me drive behind the gate and they shut the gate behind me here in Haiti. Yeah no I'm not kidding. I was like what is that. I want to stop there. I'll just keep just keep all. We're so hungry bathroom so bad. It was just we had to do it. So that's what happened but it was about a five hour drive in terms of sex with the storm. So did you do anything national last night. Are you kidding me? No we're tired. You got to the hotel and we're like let's go to bed. Do you drive right home after the show. Yeah so the goal is to get back home for our show at three. So we'll see we'll see if we can make it. So what Netflix is doing now is they're putting out a top ten list on its homepage. In every day it gets updated with the most popular titles of people in your country. I love this so much yummy to what was happening was was talking to my girlfriend. Last night she goes. Hey we have to watch. Love is blind my God. I don't know that is. She said all watched two episodes the greatest ever seen this week and I was like ever. She had this week. But she's she and Thursday but here these are the top top ten shows. I am a killer that is anybody else. They are Step forward the chef. Show that you know the stranger. I saw that one. What's that's the one about a girl that shows up in people's lives and Oh yeah you're talking about messes up their lives completely. Yeah that's a number eight. The office is the number seven. This new series called baby is eight. Better Call Saul as at five gentrified of four lock and key at three narcos Mexico which your husband said you guys were watching. Yes we are and it's great and I realized it's I mean I've known this but I know I bag on subtitles Eddie. But narcos Mexico's all. Sometimes you're like a drug show and I'm oddly obsessed with that stuff I can handle it and the number one show right now on. Netflix in America is love is blind which as they have. You watched a how many episodes are out on. What is it a little? I think there's like nine episodes out and there's three more coming out on Thursday which I will be watching. But it's basically like an experiment to see if people can fall in love emotionally before actually seeing them in person and judging their looks or who they are basically. How do they if if you can't see each other so called the pods? And so there's these just huge rooms where literally just a room with a wall that you can speak through to each other and see these poor people walk in there like hello another high. They start talking dating and get to know each other by not seeing each other. Do they ever? Is there ever marriage on the so what they do is to actually see each other? They have to propose in the pods and then therefore they can see each other and then they go on vacation and then they like meet each other's families and has happened so far on the show you've seen people meet and they'll turn the lights on Yes And so far. They all are excited. Like Oh yes. I'm attracted to them. But now it's like they're spending more time together or the people on the show super hot or they kind of looked like me the thing really attractive and so it's like. I was with us with a friend in the newsroom. How does I mean that's great? But I don't know like we want someone to turn. We want like a really hot girl. Turn on the lights. And there'd be sitting there and then just see her face she goes. Oh man that's what we want. Let's be honest. Well then do it. Go on really in love with your personality. I haven't seen this show but again I was talking about last night and she goes. Do think we've fallen love without knowing each other. And they said listen as well. I told her I said if we're just talking to each other and or only basing it on the words we say and how funny we are. I said you're probably GonNa Fall in love with me because that's how I got. I said but I have a better shot at getting you that way. Then you seeing me because I can. I can talk to anybody when it's just physical attraction. I'm no supermodel. Let's not get it twisted if you're new. I'm no supermodel. Imagine Clay Aitken with like a little bit of shine. That's kind of me and so Then we talk about the. She's super funny. But I was like you know dudes and women fall in love differently. We are very visual. Guys are stupid. We're like the needs to needs to be high but there's so much depth in women that you can find a guy that you're just like a but he can be awesome and be like all right now we're talking. That's how I got my girlfriend's so you could you would. Actually I dislike any. Yeah it on okay. Also Nicholas Shea. Nick and Vanessa lachey hosts it. Yes okay now I know now. I know I've seen promotions for that but I was all together. Okay I'll watch episode tonight. And how long are the episodes? I think there are about an hour too long. No hats at the beginning when they're on the pause to know each other because it's a little like la but then it's like when they see you want to see that moment. I won't lose her whenever they jump through the paper and they're from fat skinny. I WanNa see lights dark light on. I want us to transfer. That's what I like. Wow Yeah fifty seven minutes long now you got. It should thirty nine minutes. Yeah I got my boyfriend hooked on. It is a good time. Now who's prettier? You were him honest. My boyfriend and I know he's so cute. He's so handsome she goes cute. He's got to get. I want to show a picture from me. Oh come back. We'll do the picture reveal up to this. I don't WanNa see him. Okay but I'll look and bobby. You're you're not scared of guys taught the settler in the richer thing. I don't know what that hold that not heard. I don't hold that Darius just text me he goes clay. Aitken with shine hilarious spot on listening in south. Carolina won't come back. We'll do I WANNA see Kansas Boyfriend By the way Filling in for lunchbox. Today's Ansley from K TV in Iraq We had a guy from instinct. Yesterday we had travis dinning. Who's an artist? P folks are coming by an entertaining us for the next couple weeks okay. Angela let me see your boyfriend. Okay here we go. Who was filling in for lunchbox. Today she is on k TV in Little Rock which is the ABC affiliate. I'm looking at them now. Here's the thing I'm sure he's a nice guy. Probably be listening around. I'm sure he is. He should relax. Let's hear it has. I am like him. We're both we both outkicked our coverage. I would say he's a fine looking guy. I'm sure it's funny and loyal and kind. He's I think he's the reader. What does I settled? And he knows settling. My point was women have way more depth than men. You guys can look for things. Because we're dom is pretty to me and she is. We can go for you. Guys can go okay. He's gray hair. I mean nothing. Best Hair. But who who is prettier? She's prettier big east. Cute good good friends. She said that I'm proud of him. We are all proud of you matt style. Because I'm at like you when people look at me with my girlfriend. They like they're like is there. Some you know make a for for dead nuts alerting nine forty year old dudes who get one final shot. She is an angel princess. She's gorgeous. I mean I don't use those words. Well that's what I'm saying but I'll angel I if I were to say. Hey my little princess. I think she might have called her babe. Baby I don't do pet names doesn't say like MAMA DO ANYTHING. I dare you to use babe casually. When she's here this weekend is like hey baby and Hammy that. Does she call you anything? No not yet. Y'All well no no nothing like that. No we're good. We're we're not trying to you know it's just not my style either to have weird goofy pet names. Babe is not like that. Honey Babes. I mean look at it. I'm looking at this guy. Now by the way Annesley's name on instagram has a watson one to two if you want to follow her a watson two two eight. I'm sure he's a great guy. Is He really like did good on getting you say you don't want to know how we met as kind of a cool story? Go ahead so I was interviewing His Dad His dad has a nonprofit called cubs kids which takes Mentors kids takes him out hunting and fishing whatnot and so he was living on this island. The Arkansas River to raise money for this nonprofit and Get out there. Introduce myself to The Guy was interviewing not bad and like within two minutes you just flips this phone around. He's like yeah. This is my son. Y'All need to meet so the dad hooked you guys up. Well he tried and then the next day. One of our meteorologist James Bryant Said Ansley I have this friend. I was looking into instagram. I saw this picture from my friend Matt and I'd just clicked like y'all need to meet and I was interviewed his dad yesterday. Sure this guy was this. He says he didn't know. But and you guys have been together for how long almost a year. And how's that going March? Oh it's wonderful. It's love my life. You think you guys get along you think. Are you having that conversation? Yes for sure? Have you looked at rings? He knows what I like. But we haven't like physically gone somewhere. How old so. He's twenty. Four and I'm twenty seven O o Rama fatal. That was really really weird from air and now it's fine but centrally scared off. I don't want to be that person okay when I was nineteen. I know I do that though. I do that all the time. When my dad got married his fourth wife I was like I was like Dad. You're like tw- your late twenties. And she was a baby ever since then. I always do that with Google so sorry about that. I would say that this guy did good. Yeah thank you. Yeah thanks. That's a real compliment. Say because again. He's he's a fine guy. Most dudes though most guys are in that Middle Lane of just being fine like it's most guys aren't super hot or super ugly. Most guys are just in the Middle Lane and you can find a good quality attached to it. Who is a Super Hot Guy? Then in your mind David Beckham Ryan Gosling. Okay Should I go on you go? Who is the hottest celebrity guy to you? I not default to Ryan Gosling. But there's I feel like there's a lot but again I don't know their real personality so I'm like what I really like them. You meet them in the POD and Mesh. Yeah I you know that guy from you. Whatever that he's pretty hot ten Badgley that might be probably my type. The him probably. Yeah Morgan who's your favorite dude. I like the Hemsworth Brothers. Liam and criticize muscular dudes. You I mean have they also are like G. Q. MODELS. They look very attractive and their fifth package type. Ansley celebrity. If I had to pick a celebrity. Who's really attractive Zach? Ephrons really attractive. Is you think. He's too muscular now. Have you seen those new shorts? I mean I haven't been searching. No but is there. Well I don't know. He's a lot of his allies too much muscle. Benei or something. I think he got muscular for Baywatch remake. Whatever the movie filling for lunch boxes. Today is Ansley Watson who works the news in Little Rock on K. A TV channel seven and she drove up like five hours to be with us this morning. Post reading about Japan's late used to work at a butcher shop. Yes that was my high school job. What did you do there? I was like the Deli. Meat slicer that cheese slicer. Did you have a favorite kind of meat to slice? Oh that's a good question. Is THE WORSE? Got A good question. I'm just never met. Anyone is Cajun Turkey because messy so when people come in and order. I'll take a half hour cajun Turkey you'd be like. Oh yes it was the worst and the best kind was probably like the honey. Ham stayed together pretty well. You know all your favorite movie ever get sick She's the man. Is that with a man of means. Yep when he plays soccer. Yeah it's been a while you know the whole the whole tampon trick if you have a bloody nose thing going and you stick a tampon up your nose from that movie. That happened a year and that by the way it has happened to me a few times because I have chronic nose bleeds or at least they used to as a kid growing up in Arkansas. We'd get so hot there that I would just go to sleep and wake up. My pillow will be drenched in blood. And so I'll be like oh my goodness so we would use mo- sometimes we'd rip up the Tampax input work Favorite song ever in your whole life. Okay so I don't really have one. I have like jams up certain time in my life and when I had to think about this spice girls just came to my mind girls you. You're a beekeeper. Yes started that when I was fourteen with my dad. My parents still have my hives. A Home I don't have them in little rock by kind of started as a you guys like as a project for I was enough of a and for agriculture and I started out as a project in high school and then you got local honey. We sold out. The butcher shop is great you do. You do marathons. I've done one full and to have running I. I'm burnt out right now. We just did station actually and my dad. We ran the Saint Jude Marathon. So after that I was like that was awesome. But I'm good for a little bit running. We were talking about her boyfriend to go and I was like you know. He's not as good looking as you are. He did did really well for himself. I didn't know that you brought his mom with you. She's the whole reason I'm even here so she's got to tag along. And how does she feel with me saying her son's not as pretty as you are? I don't know she likes it or not. I would see like he did like he outperformed be overachievers right away. Want to out work. What God gave us now kick your coverage? Let's do it. Tell me something good answer is going to do one here. I'm GonNa hit this clip. I will point at you. We call this the Chris Kirkpatrick. We would hit a clever start talking. All right Raimondo. Hit IT. It's time for the good news. I'm Ansley Europe okay. So my freshman year college roommate. Her name is jasmine peers. Cheese my age so twenty-seven she was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago She just got done with Chemo. But she's getting a double mastectomy on Friday so we're very grateful. Everything is looking. Good right now Suggest prayers everything goes fine on Friday. Good for her. And it's tough here not good luck to the rest of the process for her that she went through and is on the other side of that. We're all really out there. Yeah that's Nice. When you work in news they give you money for clothes I have a little bit of budget yet for clothing and hair and stuff. Is there a rule where you can't wear the same thing twice I've never been told but so definitely wear the same stuff twice if you do. Oh yeah not closed for that. You know what I would do. I think I would wear the same thing every day for a week and make it a uniform type thing and then switch to brand new yourself. Yeah that's what we raging idiots. We were close What I WANNA do is start wearing scrubs to work no thing because then it's the thing and it's comfortable you know people are going to convert doctor. I'm okay with that too no problem. Then they're going to be asking you all these questions about their problems. While you're GonNa say I guess you could say on this show? I got all the answers. Sit Down so Yeah originates we were. We were the same clothes all the time gap on purpose. Because I didn't want to have to dress us. Deaths the best thing ever let me say this to. I was looking at pull it up. We're adding are playing Tampa on Sunday. At the Strawberry Festival. There is still tickets available. What's show has been selling wonderfully and somebody that works for the Tampa Bay Times or one of those. Those were show to see Strawberry Festival. Yeah let me read to you what they wrote. Where like raiding? Yeah so there's like four one three actors on warlike near the end prioritize your day. Yeah well you have to buy tickets good. So Hey Ramona where you get Get the targets back up. If you don't mind they say Bobby. The raging idiots three thirty. Pm March I As Basically Country Music Ryan seacrest bones is one of the most powerful figures in Nashville. He's parlayed that power to still dancing with the stars and is a comic N. musician fun stuff. But hardly essential. And we're like one of the ring shows and so I don't know who wrote this. My who wrote this? Say His name. What if you put up on the screen just froze up on the screen? I just wonder what this beef is with us. Everybody has a beard. Usually guys with beards are it. Looks like the guy called guys. A beard. Usually don't like us but I'm telling you I am right really easily hipster guys with beards. Who are like one of these guys. Who are these guys proven wrong to do? What's his name? J What cridland of course from the Tampa cridland. They always hated us. Eddie so I saw that this morning basically Ryan seacrest doing non essential things first of all. I Love Ryan Seacrest Ryan. Great other than us just being white guys were not that alike while you're in radio and TV yeah like when there's a lot of white guys in radio TV. Thanks Great Ryan's like the rand the greatest host I've ever seen but other than that kind of putting all US white dudes in a box with me and Mario Lopez two zero. Okay okay. I just did Bobby in Ryan have similar jaw lines to. We do okay. Maybe I'm missing out on this early. You've never thought that offer similar. Look at that now similar. Yeah thank you but I don't I don't WanNa put you in a box with him but I like the same jaw line essentially downs actually Tampa Bay. Times is the one hating on us. So if you WANNA come out of Strawberry Festival there is still tickets Yeah what what do you? What do you say that? We're I think we're really good. And we funding. It's time for the good news. Amy So there's a really bad car accident where the car was totaled and Trooper Jesse Williams was a state trooper. That was out there to help them and he realized he put the women in the car. They were okay but their car is total. He put them in his cop. Car took them home and kind of realize the situation. They were in their car. Help them get anywhere and everywhere. This would really disrupt their life. Not Having a car and they didn't have the finances to get another one so he went home to his family. This way that went down in December in family and they all decided to not do Christmas gifts not buy anything and they spent that money and save some more and now eventually ended up buying them a new car and gave it to the crash victims day. I'll because he was the officer on the scene and he learned about their story to give up Christmas. Yeah and that yes that's crazy. That's that's what it's all about right. There was telling me something. Good transmitting Ansley Watson from Little Rock. It's been filling in for lunchbox. If someone asks you what you do for a living what do you say? I am a co host for a lifestyle afternoon show on TV on the long name. I don't know I didn't news. Nobody really asked me that. My wow I feel like an anchor is a little different from hose. Anchors more news hosts more. Would you showed the okay with them? Sliding you into the big anchor spot. Could you handle that? I think I could handle it. I don't know people would like that though because seeing me serious is weird on. I did a TV reporting young. Twenty twenty two twenty three for a bit and I just wasn't my thing because I didn't want to knock on people's doors and be like Hey. I know there was a car accident in your cousin died when you talk to me that's brutal and he came from TV news Hard going to people that were grieving hurt in trying to like. Ask them questions that really. I felt like it's none of my business but I guess it kind of is I don't know so that's not. Your goal is to be Six or ten anchor. What's the goal for you bless? I'm literally my dream. Job was to become a host of a show one day. I didn't know what that looked black but I was just like that would be fun. Just chatting with people getting to know people's lives just having fun goofing around and gets to do at. It's happening right now. I'm living my dream. It's great and your boyfriend works television to. He is a field producer for outdoor shows. Yeah so he's and some of those shows on discovery and other out or all the outdoor channel's his mom is here. Yeah Stacey can we bring her in? Let's bring in Annesley's boyfriends mom who is one of the reasons that she's here she is. I stacy walk into the microphone. How are you today so you tweeted me in the show that she would be a good fill in for lunch box? Why did you feel like she would be perfect? Because she's Awesome Fun. And she's just as good at what she does. Is it weird to see her? Make all your son. Why don't say that? Well I just wonder they don't kiss front of you know you never kissed on her. I don't think we should be little heck out in front of her. So do you listen to the show I do on the podcast mostly? Oh cool when we moved back to Little Rock Seven years ago is when you came on. So where did you move from? Well we're from little rock but we were living in Florida for six years. The Geneva Gown Florida and Tampa Bay was bashing us. Now I didn't don't get me started. I is a whole segment. You Miss And so you drove up with her last night and head back today. What'd you think about this whole experience? It's cool so excited for what did what did you learn from being up here Well I learned some of the behind the scenes things. But there's a lot of behind the scenes. Did you guys in the office over there? Raymundo Sam I talked to Hillary for awhile. Okay and then. Scuba Steve and really nice to you. The repair nights cake is this right now. You are so nice though. What that's not true that you're talking about. Oh well he's not looking at. How does that make you feel? I feel like that would be something I'd be proud. I'm proud of it but he's cute. Well no you missed the whole point of that. I said he's like I compared him to me. Okay that we definitely both out kicked our coverage without pretty our girlfriends. You took that as a slam but he was a home. Run it is it is. I'm very happy for him. We Love Ansley so and do you hope they get married they will you think they will only ever yeah. He's pretty close to the same to one or two other ones did you like. I'm not twenty four. He's high school. Yeah I met Ensley back in mountain. Pine came in Cover story when I went back to my hometown and she actually met Kayla too. I forgot about that because he's wearing a green sweater and a golden necklace. And wouldn't you say she's way prettier than I am pretty. Yeah for share. Nothing wrong with that look at me like complimented like are complicated. I am Anthony. We have you a gift. A parting gift has brought to you by the Here it comes. Here's your gift. This is it's a little rock signed by all of US literally. 'cause you're from little? Rock IS ON SMILEY FACE love also. We really spent a lot of money on this. I liked the glue. What's your gift? You said that you loved the cards right. I do love McLarty's we had McLaren's barbecue sauce for you. How did you get a full bottle? Well I told you that Alicia did a story at McLaren those little wrinkly She does story with them the other day and so she brought back a whole bunch of barbecue sauce. We literally had barbecue sauce up. I'll see you around the arts and Crafts. Compare what is better looking at this? I think a heart gift Thank you very much eyeball dispel off. What would you like to say as we conclude our segment here Thank y'all so much for having me I'm truly humbled and honored I. This is just so fun guys. Put me in a really great spot. So thank y'all y'all street into Angela's boyfriend Jimmy. His name is Jim. I'm proud of you man. I see a lot of you a lot of me and you a lot of you and me for him. Hey Mom that was the biggest compliment. I'll take it and you're good mom. You're headed back today. Yes what do you talk about the whole time everything? It's like? Yeah just kinda join US. If she ever state your house overnight no no no if you went on a trip on vacation. Could they sleep in the same room? Ooh Good question. We don't do that. They wouldn't they wouldn't know okay. What did they wanted to though not to have a talk with him though and be like Sun No. He's a grown man. It's true winning. He's got a he's got a beard. Do you feel like she's a little old for him. You know make things fun all right. Listen WE'VE HAD FUN and League. Great to see you get to see you today to say amy so fine. I hope I mean one day. Maybe you could come back. I like the energy that you brought your feet. It wasn't too much but I I could be a lot sometimes. I take your happy just so happy. Angela give your interim a watson one to two is my instagram. Hey Watson one to to come back I'M GONNA CO host your show one day. You are fine because I'm a big Fan. And he does whether there and so many go through the weather on the green screen and this really loves slow rock. You take it home with you. Saw The story that Kirk. Douglas left a sixty million dollar fortune to charity and left us on none but then doesn't his son have a bunch of money as rich which was on weird story to me. They would go. You didn't leaves kid any money. It gives them rich. Get probably need any money kirk. Douglas has continued his charitable efforts even after his passing sixty million bucks. Now that'd be a matter. We'll talk yesterday with my the people that my people. I don't know what they call them. Okay I didn't know if you met with Caitlyn or with the whole knew. Raymond equity the news sounder. Because I do have some sort of news to drop on you guys will. Yeah here it is Amazon. They'll probably your hands together Eddie. I'm getting the House on optimal. It's not about that okay. But news is. I've only played the pressure on. Thank you Eddie. You're now on my pull the plug list nobody. I know you talked to me about that stuff. First of all I had to pull my ex-girlfriend off of it because I'm in a new relationship as she was just there because I'd have no big change it to so it was. Amy Am I ex. Girlfriend on my. If I can't function on life support they were the pull. The plug is the obvious answer is keep them alive always keeping so now it's healthy me and Eddie Eddie. You're now pull the plug less every time you guys talk about this. I'll say Amen. That's a tough job. I'm so glad I don't have that job. Not that hard. We just keep them alive. But here's the deal we're GONNA need money to keep you alive then. You'RE NOT GONNA get paid to do it. Oh what do you mean hourly? You're GONNA salary to? Oh I don't need to get paid. I don't need to get paid but there needs to be a medical fund. So you're saying if I run a money you're not going to pay for them and and then we start going in our pocket figure out Justin. Yeah I'll I will. I'll figure it out so as a yesterday I changed to amy and Eddie are now my pull the plug or not people. Wow that's the thing I did. Put you down havens. Real talk though How long do you WanNa stay alive forever? No right but if we run out of money like what do we do all that in mind? Okay it's free. This is crazy. Dude may be the most responsibility. I've had in my life and I have four kids. Yeah well you know this is nuts. I didn't tell it yesterday but I needed to do that. And a lot of reaching out going. Hey have you taken your ex-wife off of your Will probably smartly made at me this time and didn't throw Caitlyn in the mix because then it's just hard if I hope you Kalem workout forever. I think she's amazing. But just if not then it's like a whole `nother thing again. I'm smart. Have you told your ex? She's not no longer. Oh boy but it's not a it's not a break thing where you go ahead and breaking up we have to kill me not yeah hopefully hopefully never even had to happen but anyway is that the amended Uber. But I don't tell you guys when I'm doing my will go kill me. If you believe me something will happen. I don't I'm not telling anyone who's my will and I'll just say this. You'll be surprised we'll tell you after the break of my life. No I'm not doing that. Oh no I just enough. There's anything else that you admitted. I know I'm never I don't ever dig into who gets what I did him. In a couple of things in my will percentages of stuff And then I put that on the playlist list. It's a big deal man Thank thank you I'm honored. Hey I'm all you know what I'm on. Thank you being announced raise Bachelor Party. It's like I should have the whole thing. We're like all right. Who's GONNA spend your day bad for not pulling the plug? Yeah I want to listen to me called that it should be. Who GETS TO KEEP BOBBY ALIVE? If you pull the plug on me and I die I will hunt you until you die. If you pull the plug on me and I live. I will kill you whenever I am back alive. But you don't believe in spirits. I don't believe that I've ever had had contact with one but I will be the first. Christopher Columbus of haunting spirit can't wait for that then So anyway it's big news. Thank you What else happened yesterday. I did a deal with three doors down yesterday where you may know three doors down from the song. It was a twentieth anniversary of this song. And this record coming out and so I know Brad a little bit the lead singer and we've got a couple of charity events and he's like hey would you mind coming out and interviewing us and so we did like an hour and ten minute interview and just kind of went through their careers pretty cool. That'll be out soon. But we spent a lot of time with them I just. They're like deep South Mississippi. Voice rock band if they were to come out now. I think I'm convinced they'd be a country act. Well because all their sensibilities our country. It's no different than what al. Deen does distorted guitars and I think people are always surprised how country they are when they talk and so it was good like what we have up there A. Here's this now. That's a country song. Yeah for sure and so I was talking with him yesterday. It was like. I don't know why you guys don't put out like what you do. Now which is a country record and I have to chase some rock sound that you don't even know what that is like. Don't chase anything. Just put out your music but you know where that fits now is in our world so but it was good and we did that yesterday for there. You go this. Dan Lota heads. Good guys I think I'm not trying to get into come up here and play on the show in the next few weeks or so three doors down and I'm having played. The heads works. Yeah that was good. I was GONNA Talk Abou. Oh someone just tweeted me. A question is your dog taking care of in your will. It is not that yesterday. I didn't think about that What if I just give it all to my dog? And he gets the greatest life. Ever Somebody who have to manage that though because he can't whoever you had for dusty just. I don't know that I had that you did I do that. Only thing. I have Amy went and she told me this. I don't know what to think because I don't like surprises if I know. They're coming. But Amy said they went and looked at a venue from birthday. I don't even know what that means. Site visit Oh bones. You know venue no idea. I don't really know what's happening here. From April seconds my fortieth birthday. I don't see where we went like. I don't I don't know how much you want to know. I'm not trying to keep things from you. That's why I'm giving you a little information as it comes like as we work on it. I'm letting you know because what's happening. Obviously Not Eddie and I looked at each other. We see each other new. We don't know anything. It's going to be massive. Massive mean Hanson. Coming BACK AND DO JERSEY. Now you have a like Dole can't triple a surprise and I'm not trusting online surprise. Bobby it's not a surprise. You know your birthday is April. Second one fish and they can't come right. Okay sorry sorry about that and you know what John Mayer is not coming. Oh my seven degrees of separation with Steve. Carell not available in the listen. Don't hype it up but there how do you? Why are you all worked up about a surprise when you know your birthday April second and you know that like months ago you appointed me party chair. I vote why you're acting all I one hundred percent party chair. I would expect nothing less of myself more. Okay ever but no. It's a plan other than the venue right now. Well there was another plan but got quote back from that place and I was like like I laughed out loud. Couldn't believe it. I could like send my children to call it. I know I know that I know why it was what it was. Because the hours we'd be renting it would be peak hours for them. I'm sure they would make more than that. I'm limited on our food. There is an element of that. That could be involved in where we went yesterday. And I think in this crazy surprise when they set it I was like shut up. That is perfect of right up your alley record era now. Chicken Fried steaks Chicken Fried Okra. It's even better. There's there's nothing well in a different like if you're talking about cooking. Thank God think Mexican Eddie you came out around you WANNA know anymore. Why for the is it going to be a surprise? No it's where it's where it is not going to be a surprise because you're going to have to know but I would say here's what to expect where it is first of all. We don't even know for sure that it's going to be where we went yesterday. I hope so because I love it but it is it a music venue. Okay let me just tell you. Is it a Titan Stadium Football venue? Just sit there and he saw we have ray announced and now he's eating cake. Okay since you have since we're in front of the microphone and that's where you tell me things honestly how I told you off the bus where you tell me where do you. Where do you see this like? How many people are you picturing the author forty? It's your forty s because last year we had like eight people and that was intentional. So it's like in my mind yesterday. We were going from eight to like a wedding looming. Ask This. Are we selling tickets to this? No why would you off your birthday not talking. It'd be privately funded by. That's the problem friends. Pay For your for your birthday amy. How much is this GONNA put like? What are we talking? Okay everybody income. I don't care. What do you mean everyone? Everyone listening right now. Everybody's GonNa be only but I I was just genuinely curious like how the invites should look like because you have so many people in your life. Now that I know of that are very important to you. That are a little different worlds and I. I'm sorry I don't anywhere. We're working on to make sure because I want everybody to be included so as long as you're cool with that we've learned nothing except there's a lot going we've learned nothing nothing. Well there's another genius health tip on the Internet and doctors going Hey We don't think this is right. So what's happening is there is a him royd cure involving potatoes. That you shouldn't do. If you see it don't do. There's a home remedy involves inserting a slice of appealed. Roy Potato into your butt and leaving it there for thirty seconds doctors saying don't do it because there's a lot of bad stuff that can happen if you do that. rob potato a slightly acidic and apparently by the way. I'm just not. Is this somebody being funny and creating a mean or something and then everybody started doing it. There probably was a point in my life where I have tried this. But now there's like one of the paltrow she would tell us exactly and I'd be like okay. The claim is pillar or potato cut into thin slices like you do the French fries. The slices in the freezer wait till the frozen insert the frozen potato slices and leaving Thirty seconds repeat the process for three to five days the next three to five days. Leave a slice in for thirty seconds more each time. But don't do it. You're saying no No I'm saying don't do it. Yeah yeah they go to the doctor. It's that bad. Don't put potatoes in your life. Well I guess I did. I miss what the what what do you. What do you have or what? What does the good that comes from it? Cold on something that's inflamed okay. I think that's what other what else can you get up your but a sliced potato all right. Nothing else. Something and tear. I'm Roy are swollen or bulging veins. They're similar to varicose veins. But much more sensitive part of the body one twenty people. When I was training for a triathlon I got one and I was like I thought I was dying. I called the doctor because I was bleeding and I was like. I'm dying dying. That's scary man. She's like what's what's up. It goes I gotTa Bug A. Blood coming on but she does have him Roy. You don't know that you haven't seen it right but if you're right to be concerned and you should absolutely go to the doctor because it could be more than a hemorrhoids wasn't concerned. I thought I was I was I know you should be concerned to get on. That will hit him back up. Yeah it was. It was crazy. But don't put potatoes in your. They're saying okay for him right now for something else. That's your own business but for Henry. That's the more you know right. Thank you very much finally hit my goal yesterday. I did fifty two weeks streak on. Peleton's thank you very much sir commercial. They don't pay me anything. You do endorsements no you or did you do something but I mean that's not why I I've my Peleton because you gave it to me as a gift so fifty two weeks yesterday. You're going through it away. Never just throw it out the window. No yeah I'll keep going. It's good because my house like I'd rather go box and go to the gym but only have forty five minutes ago on the bike. But what's weird is like I have these instructors. I never met in my life and I'm like I feel like my friends. This Alex to stunt I get I get on and I'm just like no and I tagged him in a post and he gave me one of those prior hand back mode based out of New York art now So yeah it's pretty proud of that because that's a that's a long term goal and I like rod or boss has one Kevin Grad boss has one and so we get on there and kind of ride against each other. I don't even know if they're competing with me but I'm competing with every time I get on and I keep them on the side and see where they are and I and I get on this bike and I don't stop like there's no I don't take the class. I pick a kind of music and then I get onto just goes hard as I possibly can for thirty minutes. They're saying like go uphill listen to Alex to saw a little bit because he says motivational things like that. But I don't know I don't slow details. Ride hard the entire time. Ever go uphill or downhill. You don't ever shift. Anything wiped. Do Mind Games where I go. I try to keep my. I'll put around fifty the whole time on the bike which is really hard and so sometimes. I'll crank it way into it standing up and then I'm like okay switch. I'll take the pressure off in the pedals fast. I can Lighter but I can offer thirty minutes and it's it's it's hell for me on purpose because if I can get through that thirty minutes of as hard as I can get through anything because the whole time miserable. There's not from the second clock starts miserable. What I like to do is have Arkansas basketball happening at the same time if I can make that happen but we're not good right now so then. I'm just double miserable. So but yeah. It's two weeks off very proud of that. There was a guy named Joseph Oldendorf. He had across for eight hours to get to cell phone service after injuring runnings. Speaking of working out Joseph Oldendorf while jogging on a treadmill in Washington's Olympic National Park he detached his Tibia unable to walk he dug even ended up drag himself on his hands and knees six miles and freezing temperatures where he could get closer to a trail to find signal to call for help during his crawl. His knees became so raw to put shoes over his kneecaps to protect them. He's now recovering hopes to make it back on the trails. How he felt crawling for six hours. How I feel every thirty minute ride. Emma Palestinian is miserable. And I don't know if I'M GONNA make it probably beg to differ on me. I get on this thing. I go as hard as I can. Go there's no time I don't if I get involved in something it's an it's there's no dinking around it's like if I'm going to put my time and energy I goes hard as I can. I enjoy my Peleton. Crank it I don't know three point five. Walk Stroll do a phone call like. I can't even look at texts emails. I I'm sweating so hard. I can't even hold my phone because I'm going so hard I can't even look at my phone is I'm going. It's time to go. It's time to go. You Never WanNa like ride a real bike riding bikes only put in my house exercises stupid. Do Five six times a week but I don't like it I don't like it I don't WanNa do it. If I wish I could just take a pill I don't like it. Needs biggest three songs and country music at number three. Marin Morris the bones zebra Jimmy Allen. Make me want to number two and number one is Sam Hunt. Ken Folks WanNa introduce you and the number one pop song is deal. Aletha. Don't start now. Don't show your daughter. Listen to this one I like it. It's a good one. She has a bunch of songs. I listen to all this. Don't ask me you know law and I know the whole beaver album and I know Harry styles in her. So are those of your big songs right now. Morgan number two. If people want to hear today's show we're we're wrapping it up. What can they listen back for on the PODCAST? We had a Anthony Watson from and as a special guest host and we talked about that show. Love is blind that I'm to start watching today at least get one episode. What else is going on? And Amy's daughter has been doing something at home that she learned from TV show. Yeah which could get you killed. Murdered your stop doing what she's doing. That's it for today Raimondo. To me out of here amy. What's going on some work stuff today and then I got to carve out time for Stevenson time. My son like we need. I think he needs one on one time with mom and maybe I need to apologize. Sim for yelling but I wanNA make sure he knows that. I don't mean that I'm just in a hurry sometimes and then oh we have. I've friend coming in town to stay with one of our friends. Say like that. It's like my ex girlfriend a long time ago. We always weird about it. We'll get him out. This is the first one now. You have a girlfriend so I didn't want to make it a thing like I don't WanNa make anybody feel uncomfortable. It's not no one feels uncomfortable unless you look at US weird a friend coming into the way. This happened this morning with amy. Amy and Eddie. I'm Emma Office. And Amy comes and goes as early this morning. I just yelled at Stevenson. I don't know what I'm GonNa do and then walk in and I say see Eddie this morning. I'm like Eddie. Whatever he goes. I can't have these kids anymore. Four driving me crazy rough rough nihilist whole day. I don't yeah what you offering every the opera shooting that show so and by the way it starts maybe tomorrow. The network doesn't launch digitally till the early this summer and in some cities it's on the air already but it's a slow roll out for this network called the circle network but you can go to circle network website type in your zip code some cities it's on. Just catch it on your cable but some the four all out as early this summer but we shoot the operates tonight which is the show that I'm hosting so thank you guys. Check out the podcast and we will see you back here tomorrow. goodbye home. It's about balls.

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Bobby Is Allergic To Dogs + Lunchbox Asks For Free Stuff For His Birthday

The Bobby Bones Show

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Bobby Is Allergic To Dogs + Lunchbox Asks For Free Stuff For His Birthday

"Are you scared about the possibility of a second American civil war? I'm Robert Evans. I'm the host of the podcast behind the bastards. And I've worked as a conflict journalist in a couple of actual civil wars in Iraq and in Ukraine, and I'm here to tell you I am scared of that possibility. If you wanna know, what might be awaiting your friends and your family, listen to it could happen here. You can listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. The Bobby bones post show pre show read this radio newsletter. When I get off the air, like, this is this is my my stories are looking in stories and our radio newsletter every day, apparently, Alabama who I know. It was uninsured Kogyo before we went on Chicago. Is that prints Carla marine Anthony now at kissing Seattle? I don't know what does she do? Yes, she's on air really Daggett far good for all them. They added some British due to English Evan. It's like their new morning show on a dumb name. I'm just kidding. The dumbest name Bush Ivan. He's joking. I'm totally joking in lunchbox. Like, we have the dumbest names and Amy Eddie. I always feel embarrassed to say my name to new people when to like, hey, what's your name by bones? Because I know that thinking about pirate like a porn star or something. That's what I'm like chasing. So. Yeah english. That's what I mean. Dude. I'm just playing name so called friends get together, and how radio show, it's pretty crazy. What's up having Alabama with Carla Marie and antidoto? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exciting for them. Yeah. Newsletter here. All right. Does any other radio? Do you care? Really? Did it make the news? The Ryan Seacrest gave your gift. No. It comes up later in the show. But did not because it didn't come out yet. I didn't put a press release out. You follow for the radio news. Nah. Okay. Do the already couple of these newsletters to see what's going on. So nothing need some good follows for Instagram because I've just got nothing I've got like couple of country artists and then friends from back home. So why do you need? What are you looking for entertaining because I like to scroll through and see what people are doing. But it's the same people over and over and like oh well. Well, it's dead podcast. Many people follow anybody's I feel like he doesn't right? You get to enjoy Instagram. I started following two hundred and fifty volunteer to fifty people, Amy. Oh, please. I'm falling. Oh, I need to clean up. I'm falling four hundred ninety six that's not terribly terribly lot. Maybe there's some some I could, you know, Eddie Lee following I'm with you two hundred and forty three really. But I guess there's just all boring. Mike Dami follow four thirty eight four thirty. Do you find? That's too much. You do Morgantini followed ten thousand. No, I fell eight hundred and forty six WalMart. Good. You like to stay in form though. Wow. Oh, how do you even see everybody's things? Well, so you can always so story. I look at the most because they're the ones who pop. Carl Amari column, marina, Anthony as one of my first person wins Joe from Joel EBay, gross, Joe. Yeah. Yeah. He's funny because he eats everywhere. Just tells I go to this. He just goes into place in eats and reviews it. Yeah. Nikki Glaser funny. She's a comedian. But she does like she. She's a lot of vegan stuff though. And she doesn't on purpose to make people feel uncomfortable. She felt like a little pig and be like that stuff. I just go through. I don't know. I don't like that. Meet. It's not spend too much time looking at him because then I feel guilty. But then she does like headlines that you'll make funny comments about it. So that's funny to me who else do you have Amy that you like to follow? That's cool. How would recommend? Well, I'm just going on through. I'm not really I like follow. So many do have like, for instance, stories I'm talking about the story is more. The story said that sorry. Okay. I was looking at so in stories, I love the home edit there. No, no, they're pages all organization, but their stories is like clear, she runs it. She only lets Joanna sent her things. And if she approves it she'll post it, but they're funny. They post about their family their lives. You tells funny stories it's not organizing all it's I mean, I'm entertained. Oh, wait bones. Weren't you watch? Caroline, brian. Dow, she's funny. Like, a prank or something? She posted a April Fools prank because she did for Luke in other people. Yeah. It's pretty good gifts. Yeah. On her stories, you know, Chrissy Teigen. I don't follow her on its Twitter L. She's a good fall, not the incest story. But the just the Instagram follow of Billy current and cracks me up because I mean, he literally lives he lives in Hawaii. And it's it's like Hawaii and like beautiful sunset beautiful sunrise going surfing. And then it's like playing San Diego the plane like playing Omaha Nebraska tonight. It's like it's like a concert, and then beach life beach life beach left and then playing like middle of nowhere America back to beach life is like the life. This guy lives pretty drastic. Okay. Hey, rod. He's good. I fall rod. It's like editing a middle of nowhere places right there. No. It's his life. It's how he's just like the two one day. He's a surfing in Hawaii. And then he's like in the middle of nowhere, America. And then he's back to like living, his peaceful life in Hawaii. It's pretty crazy expensive to live in Hawaii. It's going out there. A couple of times. No. And it's weird. Is you don't know the sports, Iran? He was known as such a sleaze. I never feel see. Okay. So let's go ahead. Yeah. Really? He's done a good job. Reworking his image on TV, but I still sit there, and I think given us baseball advise you cheated the whole time. Steroids steroids. I think a lot of people cheated known as such a scuz- now. So and, you know, having jaylo like all these Sanders smoke there's fire folks. Well, there's a lot of smoke. I don't say there's smoke. There's fire. There's a lot of smoke. There have been a couple of women's. I not following. You do whatever you want in whatever, I don't know his Georgia. You know? I mean, I don't know that he's a I don't know that he's not a nice guy. I like him, and I like jaylo to listen, if you're entertained you. You're tall you. Care about. Oh, John Mayer. He's Mary area jumping posts a lot. Yeah. He's into it. He does lives and like TV shows and stuff we. Yeah. He does what's a show called current mood? Yeah. Kermode? Okay. Anyway. Thank you all. See my notes here. So we didn't get to today shows about to start here in a second from today. Let's see Amy has are walking through a famous friends says who you're famous prince you walk with not they're not famous. Okay. Okay. Well, head give me one Mary. She's is in town regular my regular walking friends. Did you walk with I walk with Gracie who is? The wife Gracie. You stuttering what he's done they're separate from their husbands? But Steve Moakler is her husband. Go ahead famous. Caroline hobby. She was in a group. She was she's a singer dinner. She's married. Michael hobby of thousand horse amazing row store. Win guys. She would go from June, Jennifer lane. And so yeah, they show and she has a podcast to kind of famous and then the regular in our group is Natalie pathway, Eric pathways one. We all live like super closer to the we just walk in meet at a location in than we do our thing. And then we walk them. Are there any ordinary people that you walk Betis? Welcome security guards like walking with. No, they're okay. Eric passionate probably really nice gift that cinema note. Oh, yeah. So in my first book, I talked about how I thought sunny D was orange juice, and we couldn't afford a bunch sunny D. So I'll do with poor half into a container filled both contentious waters within I had to. So, you know, concentrating my own sunny, delight. And so he took a sunny delight glass like a new and made it be light out of it. And I built this whole light. Owlry? Hindi crafty sent him a note today and get too late last night. We had raging Guinea's practice until late. Yeah. After now almost ten or so I I time to go practice with a new girl who I took for American idol when she didn't make it. She was so good. I was like how do they not put her through? And so she lives in Nashville, and I was like, hey, we're on. So she's gonna play in Bakersville with us. And we played I think she a little bit walking into that room. She's a bit overwhelmed because you're just part of a new band. Everybody knows each other. That's right. They're like eight of us in the band, and she's a new one. But it was good. She was good. And we have a new Qatar player. So we did that totally last night. And I kept thinking too. It's kind of a weird like she was on TV not too long ago talking to you as America's mentor and that she plays in your van. It's got to be a weird feeling for her to be there. Like, all right. This is weird that this is what's happened in my life. Now. Maybe you know, like, she didn't expect that at all. Yeah. I don't know. Maybe maybe she expected to get there on American idol. Well, that's true. Bad consolation prize? Yeah. Sorry, you get a free hat here. You go say get the raging idiots. But you know, did that too late last night? I slept a bit. I'm still off. I'm glad I love when you walk in you're like slept. I actually slapped and I'm like, what would you do? And you're like, I just ran myself. So ragged. I just feel like new plan. Exhausted myself like yourself to exhaustion. I think that's the plan be exhausted. So I can sleep I slept for like six and a half hours last night. Which is a lot for me and just fell asleep. Right rather band practice? So. Yeah. Good edge. Pretty good. Pretty good. I was supposed to go on Ryan Seacrest radio show today because I'm filling in from American idol on Monday. And I think he maybe sick again. And I just got a call. I was going to say we're going to record for Friday. But it just got a message use maybe in. So I'll see anything else lunchbox has been cleared to do the elliptical. I see in my notes because that he's at a bone spur. So Finally, I can do something a little bit physical activity. So I can get on the elliptical because that means my feet are still not going up and down and pounding on the bone spur see can't run yet can't run yet. How long till you can run probably another three weeks, and you had to plan soccer. We'll just old age feel it when you heard it. No. I it just it's it's calcium build up, and it just I got real tight. So now, I'm stretching out and doing X. Sizes and physical therapy. And they get in there, and they massage it, and they try to break it up and make it feel better. And it's feeling a lot better. But now, I can do the elliptical. Woo. Are you at the age, Amy or something always hurts? I'll pretty much. I mean, if it's not one thing it's another, and then I'm trying to figure out what I used to roll my my back is killing me right now like injured it put my shoulder. I'm still working on my shoulder. I'm doing like HGH from the doctor twenty home my shoulder. It's always something. My wrist hurts. Everything's changing. I feel my body changing. And I don't it's not because I turned thirty eight sound like you turned thirty eight overnight and things change. But like just things are changing. And they say that happens the closer you get to forty and here. I am criminal Bowman. It's fine. I'm having no embrace the change. I feel like curvier, and you feel curb your curvier hold on because I'm like working out different guy. Or if I'm okay with what's bigger. Some stuff. Some some stuff has been hard for me because some clothes I you me like three years ago. Don't really. So it's like as we do this weird thing do ourselves as girls were like, oh, I should be able to fit in that. Even though I'm healthy. And I'm stronger than I've ever been. I do good or not. Yeah. But, but you know, and it's like a mind game. And he just let it go like who cares of genes from three years ago? Don't fit me like I have new genes. It's assign like I don't even stress about that. But I'm like, I'm just gonna curvier my. But is bigger for sure definitely gonna wait. I haven't way I don't. I don't wait myself. I haven't weighed myself, I guess, I'm bigger I have to have. But I just don't know how much, but I don't wanna know. Do you feel like because I know I feel strong and healthy. So I don't want to obsess over the number. If that's gonna throw me, mentally, oh, I obsess over the number. I can't three times a day. Yeah. I wake up in the morning. I'm elitest slept. Evan add food. No water for eight hours, six hours, four hours long. If I don't get sleep. I put on weight because. My bought my hormones aren't working, right? Yeah. It's april. I don't think I weigh myself since August of really. Yeah. August-september did you way back then like one fifteen? Shop up there today. Let's now. No, oh, no. Because I don't want to I know that I've put on weight whether it's muscle, or maybe even a little bit of, you know, other like, I don't know. I don't feel bad. But I don't wanna be. I don't wanna be fooled by that number because the number doesn't mean anything, I know that I'm healthy and taking care of myself, and I'm strong, and I feel good. So I don't want the number to affect me a good attitude. Right. If you can manage I couldn't I'm too weak for that. I need to see numbers to two can engage myself at what I need to do like pounds last week because eight terribly pizza, can you believe that one time. Yeah. Yeah. But I have pizza. You know, what I want you to have that? And I want myself to have that too. I used to feel really guilty are wouldn't eat anything. Right. Eat lettuce and green juice, and I'm like over that. Like, I want to live life a little bit. You're married with kids. I'm still I'm still up fishing. That's true. You gotta maintain. Soon as I get one. Club years. Yeah. I mean, you know, still have to maintain. I mean, he made notice like allergies, but on a little bit of weight, but what he said that to you ever. I don't know that I've ever put on a where it's significant. I know right now he thinks he says he says that I am strong and healthy. And he likes who you wanted to work strong. He used the work strong for you. Yeah. I am a little strong because I used to own I am getting stronger. I guess it's like when I'm working out. I'll be like oh my gosh. Look, I'm lifted I'm doing this with this twenty pound dumbbell or like, we gotta pull up. Our I still can't do a pull up by myself, but I can do assisted once, and it makes me feel really strong. I just wouldn't ever used that term for a woman until she told me to use a strong like big I liked Ord strong. I think you probably are stronger, but I wouldn't use until I was cleared to use it or if she was trying to get stronger. Yeah. Yeah. I am trying to get stronger. You tell them like you can go and be strong. I guess I haven't. But I wasn't offended by it shouldn't be. No, I I wanna be. I just I don't know I'm gonna find like a healthy place. What we're all searching. We're never going to find a perfect place healthy place. We're never gonna find it. Should I feel like I'm there in? But I but I did. But I got set back when I put on these genes, and they could literally could not get them over my hips. And but and then once I finally did a couldn't put them. It was like a three stooges episodes. A really interesting moment. But also a moment of growth for me, or I was like, you know, why? You know, what I ate differently back then I worked out differently back. Then you had more time to do those things more time. No, I still working out and eating and taking care of myself. I actually feel my body more. I think I wasn't eating enough then and like I was not as as happy in certain ways. Like, I don't think I was feeling my body properly. Like, I literally drank green smoothies in green juice like all the time. And I was like a law hungry. But I mean, really my body was it was like give me some other nutrients and protein food not necessarily protein for me. But like, I think it's important to build muscle. And I probably didn't have a lot of muscle than either will. Talking about right now journey. Small over time, right? To happen your club. Do you know what I did right away though, because I could've fixed zipper. And then maybe kept them in my closet to see if maybe I could get back down to that size. But I don't even want to stress over it. So I am mmediately just walked in the kitchen. Bye. Bye. I'm a big fan of eliminating negative quickly. Yeah. Like cut it off guy gangrene to thumb who can't get it off. Yeah. Can't put those jeans on trash on. Yeah. Especially if they're broke into well, they probably. Force. You could have donated them. Yeah. But I have donated with the no attached like rookery broke zip. These. They also don't fit sorry. But they're very cute. Hope you like them to sell good. Yeah. We're going to we're going to clear out. All right. Thank you. Here's today's show. Hope you like it and check out Amy's podcast is new episode up today. Right, amy. Yeah. I've got Mary on who is Bobby nice friend that we met on Twitter. So out of people always interested in our friendship because it's like blossomed, and she's become one of my best friends. And it's weird that we met on Twitter and then Kelly from velvets edges on talking about the latest fashion trend, which is ninety s fashion. So all the stuff from the nineties is back. And she tells you how to put it into your lifestyle without overdoing it, and then I have an apology note from a listener that was like hating on my Dopson, but she turned the corner, and I just thought very big of her, and she said, I could share it. And then I have four energy boosters that aren't coffee sipping you to pick me up. You can try one of those. There you go. Check it out four things Amy Brown. Here's a clip AMAN told of Mary be saying how she just started following me on Twitter because she thought it was funny. That was because she lived in New York. She did not know the show. Oh, but it is. I just thought it was funny. Yeah. Well, then I guess maybe you started listening or you got to know him. But you worked for Marc Jacobs at the time. And I remember him coming into the studio when when he says some girl that lives in New York that works for Marc Jacobs, just failed me a package of awesome close. Expensive clothes while she worked for free, and then we became friends and Amy became like, a best friend, and yeah, the two went to Haiti with when you didn't go. Yeah. She took me Nikita. And maybe okay. I'll listen to that podcast four things with Amy Brown. Check it out. All right. Today's show, and it starts now. Hey, stop crushing candy and make the switch to best beans. Hey, it's Bobby bones here to tell you about this five star rated puzzle game. It's just better than other puzzle games. Don't miss out. Best fiends is not your average public game. And what you play. I think you'll agree. Trust me when I say that best beings is just fun, use your brain. 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I don't know if it's at brides are becoming less and less grateful, or if just a news looking for these stories because the story for you to start. This. The latest is a bride who actually called a guest who complain because he wasn't good enough. A woman posted in an online forum that her ex friend is hung up on her complaint that the gift wasn't good enough. Beautiful wedding. Lots of guests lots of wind food that we've been fireworks, and they left on a yacht that a bunch of money. In the but she complained to get wasn't good enough. She said that the cost of having me and my husband at the wedding was more than the gift. We gave her. Like that they had to pay more. I mean that. That person will not be a friend that this'll be the end because this is not a one time thing. This is a this is a culture thing you did say X friends. So yeah. The woman ads the bride when onto nag at me for five minutes because I was speechless, and then hung up and ended their friendship. Yeah. I can't even imagine is this this is the thing. I don't think this woman just turn like this. She didn't just go from the best friend ever to like, you know, a garbage friend, right? That'd be some signed leading this. But read that today, I've been buying a lot of wedding gifts for people couple, weddings, one, Cody, and Sarah are former interns. I sent them gift. 'cause I didn't take it to the wedding. Do you take it to the wedding or do you mail? It not not any. Well, these days I haven't taken one to leading in a while. What's the registry Lauda gift? Yeah. Send it wouldn't you some people still do? But did you buy them a gift I need to find out where they're registered abroad, vacuum cleaner? Ooh baller. I felt like it was nice. Yeah. And it was also practical and a bottom of vacuum cleaner. I'd love that. Yeah. Felt pretty good about that one. And then I'd another wedding. Jillian Jacqueline gets married. This month artists, and I'm friends with her and her fiance, Brian and about them a grill because I couldn't go to the wedding. And I felt bad. Let's see. Yeah. I was like, ooh. And I wrote on the note Sarkin come to the wedding sorry to Norris DP. No. Here's a grill. And then since it off, I definitely felt the pressure of having to get a good gift in all I feel the pressure to to be like in by Guber flyswatter registered for it at something that they want. So no matter what you get on. No. There's just the pressure. There's a constant pressure now. But I liked him. I would I would go to that wedding to the worst is if you wait which was probably me right now with codeine Sarah because I will have to get on that registry. And I want to send something, but like there's like nothing left, especially, but you you have what is it a year for thank you notes. After the letter you have a year to send them a gift after I know it's a year for thank you. But I'm not sure what it is for the gift salvant. Sometimes you go on registry of you, wait too long. The only thing left is like a napkin or something really not that exciting, but you can also send the gift card. There's also an option on the side. Like there's nothing else. You can get him. Yeah. Here's the Bobby bones show podcast highlight segment of the day. Your buddy miss the Bob. Transmitter? Erica. This is about. Right. Try live thirty this just in. We're going to do allergic to dogs. I found him allergic to dogs. We went to the allergist which stinks fifteen years looking to get another one have take a pill every day. I want a dog. But you remember the song different for girls? Allergic to dogs. We've never we've never practised I just handed editing whenever thirty seconds ago. All right. Let's see if this is even funny. Which I think. It's called allergic to. Mccain throw on jacket and walk in the park. I'm allergic to everything included things the bar. I'll take a pill everyday. I'll get a dog. Anyway. That's right. A fluffy bottle acuteness. We'll be mine. One day even know I'm allergic to dogs. And that ain't no joke. Income low wrestle woma throat will close this rash. It ain't that big deal. I'll just wear a full body suits. That's may dad. Steal the dog jumps up with this. Pause. Any Mike get close? Fast forward through the pave push back when the tears come on. But I'm allergic to dogs. We knew. There. That's money. How'd you do over there? So bad. Their best part. You know, let's pause into June. The pain pushing back on it. I don't know. Yeah. That's fresh basketball through the pain pushing back when the tears come on. What I'm allergic? Thank you. It's good stuff. Thank you. I would go freshly written freshly the end. Wow. Moving on with hot on the move in on Sandra in Virginia. How are you? Sandra? I'm great. How are you guy? Hey, I'm pretty good. You being sworn in as a judge today. I am how exciting is that? What did you win election? Did you get a pointed? Yeah. Who do who appointed you? The general assembly of Virginia. Why are you nervous because now you're going to be affecting decisions and all of your citizens around? I'm less nervous about that. And more nervous about the ceremony this afternoon to there's going to be a lot of very important people. They're not too big wigs. And I wondered if you had any advice 'cause we are huge fans yourself. Yeah. I mean, every bigwig was once a really little wig. And so they're no better. No better. They're just people. I've had to learn in a weird way. Because all these superstars come to the room. Oh, my goodness person so famous, but then you start to go a world the same. Everybody's the same. So wait, what kind of bigwigs you talking? I'm going to be there. People more important than I am. No. But that's no there's nothing more than you are again, first of all you have to eliminate that. So wait what what kind of cases are you gonna be doing in Virginia? All sorts of general district court is where I'm seeing feed it so any Nicomedes or if they considered are lower court on Puerto records. So so no jury you get to just make the decision yourself. No. Yes. All that'd be so awesome. Thou say stressful. He's awesome stressful. Nothing what if you go in you're in a bad mood. Sandra? You have to tell yourself are like I'm in a bad mood. I probably shouldn't be as mean because I know if I'm cranky. I'll give me a heads up and be like, hey, not feeling great today. Like just bear with me, you should tell like the criminals guys. I'm in a bad mood. This is my cell just bear with me. I mean, do you think about that kind of stuff? Sandra? I do I do. I'm just gonna listen to your show every day. Amy puts me in a good mood with her joke. And I'm going to go in there every day with a good attitude. I love that. Hey, go to this meeting today, and is all about you. Or they swearing in a bunch of of you guys. I would definitely it's all me off area. Weird for me because I'm a very. Humble person hard to hard to take celebration for sure I get that me too. I don't like people to celebrate me. But that being said, I obviously you've earned this. How did you? What were you doing before? You were a judge. You sound. I think you are smartest. Listen to actually sounds awesome. I've everyone I think of all people that are called she wins. Smartest one. And so how how long do you get to be appointed judge? My first time is six years. Wow. Okay. Listen, we get the hand Becky trial. Do you think maybe they'll come over there? Absolutely anytime you want, Bobby. I'm just saying you should put her in jail. Okay. Here's what's going to happen. You're going to go today. This is not going to be the first time that you're going to be celebrated now that you have a position of power and prominence to people are always going to be like, oh, this is judge, Sandra. So today's the first day just kind of have to get used to it. Nobody's better than you. They just aren't. And I tell you that because I feel the same way had the same problem be like man, I have to go and all these events all these cool famous people everybody pees in the pants a little bit. You know, they've just right. But you have made my day. Okay. Well, thank you for calling. That's that really is come on look at it. That's amazing. Kanter, do you get a black robe? I I will get a black robe this afternoon. Wow. Part of it where they put the robot. You yes, this is like a ceremony to that's a holding. We're talking about an entire call is about getting like, I didn't know that was like a for she sits there. And then they rope her I'll do they robe you now. Yes. Big you see why not? All right. Thank you, Sandra. Appreciate that. Call. Good luck. Come on. That's cool. Yeah. Let's go over to Steven Austin. Hey, Steve what's going on buddy? What do you want to know? Got a question for you. And basket full of maybe five nursery item. But I gotta cashmere. I'll put the entire basket and. And. And the cashier made a remark. Oh, okay. I'll unload it. You. Passive aggressive looking. So for the our phones are still messed up. Let me kind of translate what he said he goes with grocery stores got five items in a basket. He just puts the basket on the conveyor belt, and then the grocer goes, oh, wow. I don't get those out. And your question is should you have done that? Right. Or should. I have unloaded listen. You should have unloaded the basket. I don't think. It's judge Sanders. I can put you in jail because you didn't. But you should have unloaded the basket because then she has to unload the basket or he has the basket. Yeah. I don't think it's that big of a deal. It sounds like the attendant with having a bad day. Yeah. Maybe you were like the thin person. I in in a row that didn't. Yeah. But I do think that's something just the general role is if you can make life a little easier for someone else try to do it. Because what are you appreciate if someone did that for you? Now, again, this is not a massive thing. But I do think that you should have unloaded the basket. Mara, very difficult. Hard. I did I did it for her. But that's okay. Okay. See I would agree. I haven't like I wouldn't have reacted well to Hervey and sassy with, but I can take the little basket and go put it back where it belongs to. Did. You do that. Roll the I guess you'd have a car a big car if you had a small basket, what kind of store was it was one of those organic fruits roots doors. Regular grocery all right way. I appreciate that, buddy. Thanks for the call. You are in the wrong. You were in the wrong. Thank you. All right. Thank you. Thank you. 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To start your workday with before breakfast available each morning Monday through Friday finding on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast together. We're gonna feel us busy won't getting more done. Bobby bones show, three more. Let's go over to Raymundo in the glass room with the news this morning in vain a state trooper with killed in a freak accident. A wheel came off a logging truck and hit him. All he was along side of the road. Such sad news in LA that nice guy was accused of tacky least nine people while he was on a bike has been arrested and find the recalled recall at least twenty thousand pounds of pros and peace patties been recalled parade advanced peer foods on the label. They could have plastic. Well, it says that you know, how you drive on empty with the gas on. Yeah. It is worse for your car because like little stuff that's messed in the fuel tank and get stuck in the filter. And so you need to keep it gassed up because you can do severe damage to your car. I I've read on empty all the time. I hadn't thought about it. Crazy. I don't write on empty because I'm scared. I'm going to guess mostly. And I'm I'm pretty conservative and everything that I do that way time gas. I right. Here's what I've been vision. I'm on the interstate and there's an accident and Amani, and everybody's just sitting there, and I'm about to run out of gas. And then I run out of gas on the interstate and there's nothing for me to do. I can't get anywhere. Wow. I'm not that forward thinking, oh, I dream about that stuff. My husband fills up at half a tank, like if it's half a tank, it's empty, and I'm like, and then so when he gets in my car, and he sees that I'm happy, and he's like you haven't filled up. I'm like, no does he get in its hippie. Sometimes. Yeah, he's mostly the one that fills up my car, actually, he'll get like that's something. There's been months over. I don't even go to the guests. It's pretty crazy. Yeah. Because he kind of knows even with the kids. Yeah. Somehow like somewhere in the week or so he'll end up driving my car at some point. And if he does it just gets filled up. Well, it's beautiful. There's also the thing were, you know, sometimes you just can't afford to buy gas and your. Car. Yes. But if you can maybe you can keep it at that point. Because like I said it's bad for your car because there's a lot of little things in their house, sediment and stuff gets through it messes it up, and then mome you get towed got to get it repaired. Talking thousands of bucks. Folks. I saw this story about these students that hacked their school to get taken tests. Oh, we think about that. I mean funny but bad to fourteen year olds El-Al fourteen. Packed their school's WI fi network. So they could get out of taking tests and at work to tell the school trace things back to them, and they were both arrested for criminal, computer activity. Wow. So they figured out a way to hack into the school's wifi routers and shut down the internet. And since their tests were on computers. Internet was needed. No wife. I make no test. Like, let's say, no, no WI fi. Sorry. That's why. Hey, listen. They did some that smart, and they beat the system for a while a legal. No, no, no. They need to do is start using their smarts for good. Well, this is what I read this story, by the way, they were both arrested charged with criminal computer activity and conspiracy to commit criminal computer to go to juvie. Well, I don't know what's going to happen. This is what I would do is. I would say, hey, because I think there's a lot you can learn from people that are doing things in a different way and even illegal way like you go. Hey, okay. Well, instead of putting the kid big house like teachers how you did this short say exactly how you did this. So we can learn how to actually build against things like this. You're still going to get in trouble. You'll get a free pass for sharing. But it's not going to be as harsh. Right. You know, most times to like to find bad guys, you have to go and talk to other bad guys and get them this. And then you're like, well, this guy's not credible. Nobody know what can you haven't seen in a long time? I know you. But yes. Yeah. Leonardo DiCaprio he's in jail, and they take him out in the FBI or whatever hires them, well one. Yes. At the end. That's what happens, but sometimes they take down mob guys they have to go to other mob guys. It'd be like, you know, tell me what hap-. And then the courts will go you're blaming a mob. Guys, lied his whole life. But you have to sometimes go to bad people and get them to rat. Another bad people, even though they may not be the most credible. So you go to these hackers how you hack this fix it up for us. And you still get in trouble. Right. It's community service. Yeah. Hey, I read that that's pretty as a parent like party would be like impressed by your kid Smith. Within they really need to be in trouble. Bobby bone. So it's an Ecole in California. Heck, nicole? Hey, I look calling for an update on he's infant how he had a crush on a girl in search the that ever happened with that. So yeah. Amy has an eight year old son Stevenson, and he's been going to dance class. Yeah. It's in the girls in his dance class. Well, I think the girls in both of them. But whatever. Yeah, he he he's still sees her in. He's still has crush does. Because he was going to her like, hi what what was his line? Oh, he would just well he would like three months. Like, do you remember me? And then he get nervous. And then he was like runaway and he'd come up to us and ask us like what should I say in the run back over to her? We're like Stevenson. You ring awkward like you just gotta go for it. Well, he finally went for it. She says I haven't asked, but and she's like seven eight blonde hair. Cute. What do you mean? He went for it. Well, he goes after class like I'm there to pick him up. And I'm like, okay, buddy. Let's go. He's like, wait. Mom. I have to tell her something. I was like well. Okay. Okay, buddy. So we go over, and he his voice changes to this awkward flirty like like, excuse me. And then he said. Would you like to come over to my house and hang out with me like real like that like got real high pitched and kind of like trying to be cute? But like not not that swamp. Like, hey, you wanna come hang out like? Hater. Her mom is right there. And I thought okay what an opportunity to like, maybe see obviously the dance studios in our neighborhood. They probably live in the neighborhood like what an opportunity maybe like really make a friendship here. And the mom is like so the daughter looks up at the moms like, yeah, mom. He wants me to come play with him at his house. And she just kind of looks at us like that. That's not happening. And I'm like Stevenson's like deflated, and I look it seems I'm like, oh, come on, buddy. Maybe just one day we can hang out before or after dance class. We don't need to make it like a play date thing. Because now I'm like I'm feeling awkward like I've done something wrong. But she almost looked at me like, you know, little boys and little girls don't play dates together that was sort of the vibe, I got I mean, she didn't say it. But it's almost like she didn't have to there's maybe because my son's a boy, and she's a girl, and they don't do that. And I was like is that a thing. I don't know sounds like, mama. Bear's mad. She kind of even looked off into the distance. And this is a small studio the distance. She was like just looking on like, I don't even know what like seems in my awkwardly just walked away. And I was like seeing next time. Like, it it. It left me offers so much I made a few phone calls, even when I left, and I'm like asking friends like is there like either two things remind quite honestly, I was wondering if it's a white girl in in your guess, that's why the mom died didn't want to go there. But it was it was a boy or then I was like, oh what if it's because she's confused by the he's a different race. And that could be a thing. Like, I do have to think of that sometimes which is sad. But it was awkward. Let me tell you. They're probably know play haven't. They. Yeah. That's the update he still likes her though. And he went for it. And I was proud of it. We have to work on his delivery. He can't like he did that thing. You know, he gets real like it is like, and he's like would you like to come over to my house? And I was like Stevenson well on the call there you have the update. No love connection. Get me to like, I'm proud of him that he even tried his that's tough. I know. And then the whole drive home. He's like mom. So is she gonna come over and play like, I don't think so buddy. Oh, man. Thank you for that. Call. Hey, everyone. I'm doctor ause. I love getting to talk with you on my show every single day when the cameras stopped rolling. The conversation is over quite decided to start a podcast in order to dive deeper into the issues, and ideas that I love sharing with you. It's health, unfiltered, my wife, Lisa will be joining me together. We're taking wellness to the next level and having a little fun along the way. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts are on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. It's time for the good news. So there's this thirteen year old Dylan, and he was receiving treatment for leukaemia around Christmas time in all he wanted was a new bike totally looking forward to riding at once his strength returned. Only problem is he did get that bike for Christmas. But by the time, he was ready to write it and strong enough, the bike was stolen. Oh, anyway, fast forward a little bit. He's now in remission and thanks to the Polk County sheriff's office. He's going to be riding a new set of wheels this spring because two deputies dob is house and surprised him with a brand new bike an helmet. That's good. Yeah. Good for them plano. I love it stinks by got stolen. No. But you never know his mom may run into the kids to Sola, and she can get it back. Remember the kid? I I know I still run into the kid that Sola to maybe random kids at stole her son five they still both. And then and then to that's how it was so obvious that it was their bikes because they were. Together and the kit like a five kids roll up on these bikes in two of them, bow or my daughter and son vikes, and I ran after I chased them down. And I said where did you get spikes? And they said that a friend gave them to him. And I said, you're lying. Those are my kids bikes, and I want them back and then my husband kids walked up. And I said, these are my kids you stole from them. I said, but look we're neighbors we can share you don't have to take from us. So anyway, I I see the kid around still and he says hi to me now like make sure I got the bikes back immediately like within five minutes. There was a marathon going on. There's a bunch of bystanders people started filming the confrontation. And then I wish I had. I know me too. I don't know who those people were. But I yeah, they gave the bikes back. I was shocked. But obviously, they knew that they were stolen that they belong to them. And that's good. Good good story. That was telling me something good showdown. Head. This story comes from Rogers Arkansas two men were hanging out, and they both have bulletproof vests on there. Hey, let's go on the back porch and shoot each other. Oh, wow. They had there. Not to run the end of the story, but there's alcohol. Yeah. Go ahead. All right. So they go out there. They shoot one guy in the chest. Wow. In the bullets stop by the vast. But it hurt a lot more the guy thought. So he gets mad and shoots. The other guys six times in the back. And the one guy that got shot in the chest couple hours later chess still hurting he's like Honey, you gotta take me the hospital, I think something's wrong. So they go to the hospital. The doctor ask them what happened in the white, man. They were drinking and they went out and they shot each other with ball proved Bassin's so they both got arrested, and now they can't have contact the rested. Oh, yes. The legal why incenting to this shooting? Yup. Class d felonies punishable by up to six years in prison and ten thousand dollar fine felony. I wonder if they were supposed to have guns like, I don't know why. Because if they're both voluntarily shooting each other with. Shouldn't be going to be like. The hospital and told him what really happened yet. But I mean, you should always tell you the truth doesn't know what they don't lie about. Wow, that's crazy that two people would go. Let's shoot each other with guns because if you just miss a little bit like neck, or even just shoot it gets mad that it hurt. Yeah. Dotty that too. All right. Thanks about sludge mugs. That's your boneheads story. Your buddy miss the bombing. Transmitting? Erica. Right. Tomorrow is gonna be awesome. Because Shannon, doa is going to be in. Joma common. They're gonna play this song. I know who we're going to play that it's nineties countryman every Friday morning conversation. It'd be all nineties country artists. I just love country music. And that's why I do the segment on the stand country music. A lot of people have called me country music's youngest historic. Thank you. The Bobby Jones show on this day in music. Come on thirty nine now. Oh country music's middle ages. Well, I don't know anybody else that's younger right now. But sound like. This is Kenny Rogers today. I mean. Defiant. I mean, yes, I've heard it. I don't notice well as his others. It was his first number one of the country charts. It was his first major head of the solo artist. You know, what his band was called when he was a gambler's. No, it's a good good. I addition it was like a rock country band. Did you know that? Now, his own mother was named Lucille Rogers, by the way, fun pack. Defined? On this day in nineteen seventy seven Kenny Rogers has his first number one of the country sharks. Lucille, it's fun. Listen there that was this day. Bobbit bone show Cynthia in Alabama. What's happening? You're gonna get in touch with. Wow, hard. You've been trying for months now. Come on Cynthia. It's not that hard. You're a popular may come on what? So wait you've been calling and not getting through for months. Get. I'm sorry. I'm glad you got through though, good to talk to you. What would like to say? I love the show at follow. You American idol. I followed you on dancing. I just love everybody on the show. I love it. Let's go around the room. And I'll say something nice about. Well. That's what set you something. Nice about everybody in the room. I like this. This is good. That you said something nice about me, some good. I say something about Amy now. Well, any funny. I just love her stories. I love to hear about her children. I just love the story about her children. Thank he'll not a lot of people say, I'm funny. So funny all the time. Really? Yeah. So random, right. Let's go to lunch box. It's not about lunchbox Cynthia. Fox who the character plunge ball? He reminds me of me because he likes to make everybody laugh and he had his own. What do you say? Like, he's he doesn't care. What anybody thinks he said what and says one thing, and he doesn't care what you think. You must be a smart woman and an amazing person to hang out with a. Yeah, let's go to one more. Our producer Eddie have anything about Eddie. I really don't know. I I don't know. Eddie. I don't know. I'm not really sure. Wow. Then you we need to get to know each other better. Jere Eddie, foster two extra kids. Yeah. I was in there needed to go. And I tried and true. On the show. And I'm and I was like Selker vision that week. I was. I mean, I was I was trying to get in touch with ya'll. She doesn't moved on to Nashville. Does she doesn't know anything about you? I love you to send you it's. Okay. Hey, listen sent the I'm going to send you assigned book. How about that? 'cause I appreciate the game. Use went around the room and have to do that someone to assign of copying my last book it's called fail until you don't if you want it, and I'll send it to you. How about that? Thank you. Anything you'd like to walk out on your drop. The mic statement, go ahead. The mic statement. I just stood outside my house because I have no service in my house for thirty five minutes. He's here in the freezing cold come on get did pay. Thank you Cynthia. I'm not going to hang up on you. I'm gonna put you on hold. I'm going to send you a signed book. Okay. Thank you. All right. Thanks for listening to the show. Appreciate that. This is this OD speaking, I am the motor of the taxi driver over by Washington street and maple street last night to prove this. Here's a bloodstained piece of his shirt thing that makes it interesting is this guy was the ethical. He could be anybody. He could be your own Bill could be a guy living next door. Whatever I think we're fifty years into it's time to solve the case the entire season of monster. The zodiac killer is available now. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. One of these Harry Potter typo books. Go for ninety thousand dollars in an auction. A copy of the first in the series of Harry Potter's books that is an error book. They say for ninety thousand dollars in a London auction. It just misspelled words like philosopher released a bunch of mess ups. So thousands of dollars for a book with mistakes that crazy. It's a rarity. We try to find the rarities. I never read Harry Potter. I think it's pretty cool that people are so passionate about Morgan. Number two. You love Terry. I loved it. My mom read all the books to us when we were growing up that was like are nighttime stories where it's very Potter. How many of them are there? Book wise. Six were they easy reads? Yeah. I mean, they weren't hard by any means like I think I was like seven or eight when we first started. And then you loved it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. See all the movies. Yes. It's all good. Like, Harry Potter is the best thing to bench. We'll Daniel Radcliffe ever not be Harry Potter too. You know, he's always typecast. Yeah. Whenever time about the most typecasting think about this guy's the people that you think of and they're always going to be dead character from like our lifetimes, I would lift off urkel because Gelo, white will always be urkel daily matters character with soda state, Mark. Pau Gasol will always be back Morris, and he's tried to do other stuff. But that was such a big part of our culture will say by the Bill. It's hard for those people in friends at some of the better job. Jennifer Aniston a bit Matt LeBlanc's done a bit. But because that show gets shown so much still it's hard for me to shake that they've been super typecast is that kind of her cell. It's shut like I watch it so much now that when I see Joey now unlike act feel like he's aged overnight or something, but he really hasn't. It's just I see Joey. And then I see Joey I'm like, whoa. Most typecast people from your lifetime. When you you can't think of them as anything else. Amy screech. Oh, rage Goodwin Dustin dime, and I feel bad for that do because he's tried. And he just yeah. Ooh. Let's box. Kramer will always be. Yeah. Goodwin and then Ashton Kutcher will always be Kelso on that seventy show for. I guess I didn't watch that seventy show that much. So I'm good with Ashton do another. I've seen him do other stuff 'cause he was big in that Netflix show. The ranch the ranch Eddie what about you, anybody George Costanza? I mean when I mean, no, he can do whatever he wants to do. But he's still George to meet MacAulay Culkin for home alone. Which is tough. He's tried to do some other stuff. And he had a couple of good movies. Remember, the movie with the girl got stung by the bees. I'll oh girl. I'd say showgirls. No well, the Olsen twins. They're all those girls the full house. Yeah. Michelle the guy from Crotty kid Ralph macho that dude's tried or Arlington from fresh sprints. So he doesn't Mexicans funniest videos now. Yeah. And you know, what I see it before American idol comes on. He's pretty good. He good. He's pretty a little host there. So and then obviously Daniel Radcliffe from Harry Potter that's pretty interesting life like that. Would you rather? It's like a one hit wonder we were talking to an artist about three suddenly would you rather have a one hit wonder NBA smash, and I have another hit or have a few songs. Just did it kind of. Okay. The same thing with being a TV star. Amy would rather be a massive typecast or just have a few shows that it. Okay. And you keep working, but you never like pierced. The consciousness of America, that's hard. He's obviously to have something. That's a huge success would be amazing that if it's like your craft and your passion, and you wanna keep at it and have opportunities than I would want to keep going the Mony for kids. Call pays more. Probably the biggest two biggest for one thing to use it. Right. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You have to use it, right? Because I mean screech. What about you? What would you choose probably the one who wonder you just have to be good about on your heart? Because they're always going to know you for that. Some someone wonders or one one role wonders are not nice. I've heard some not pleasant things about some of the people. We just talked about because they just hang on. And they don't wanna be called that. But you're like, you're only urkel, you know, it's got to be and even like the one hit wonders some of them don't want to play. They're one hit. They're like where much bigger than this. But we all know you that that they're artists. They get to do what they wanna do. They get to make their way. And I'm okay with that. But again, don't be mad when people only wanna hear tub thumping Chombo Wamba like that your or Bobby mcferrin who had don't worry be happy. He doesn't play that song because he's like any like that's on his this one, you know, massive it. Yeah. That's a bummer, but it's a tough one. That was interesting the Bobby bones show that Harry Potter book for ninety thousand dollars in an auction because there were areas in it. It was the first edition what's like your collector's item? And obviously we have nothing it costs that kind of money. But what do you have? That's cool. I mean, the one thing that is super cool in our house is an African spirit from Timbuktu. Like, how did I get that? My husband went there. And he brought it back for the military for work. And I mean, I'm no that place was real like. Timbuktu, but it is an African sphere, and it's Peretti legit looking. So, and it's I use it as self defense in my brain haven't used it a self. Your husband gave me a gun once from Afghanistan, but that had one of the times. Which is pretty cool. Tune. What do you call it? I forget something that all the ban it being. Yeah. That's cool. Mine though, would be a microphone from an old TV show the Jaguar show. He was a. Late night talk show host before Johnny Carson microphone from that set which I think is really cool. That's probably much. Oh, I got one of those orange shares from the real world Austin house. They sat in the living room and one of them one time one of them got mad and through one of them in the pool. And I bought it for fifty bucks from the real world Austin garage sale, and it sits in the nursery. Yeah. He went to that. They're like, hey big yard. So we're selling everything from the real world house, then let's and bought stuff about the heck. Yeah. So yeah. It sits in the baby's room. It brings you so much choice so much, and you know, it's really cool. It sits on a rug that I bought from the Nashville show Nashville the show they had a whole garage sale when they finish that show off and I bought babies rug at that show. So I have not only real world often chair, but a rug of Nashville, that's cool. Amy's pile of stories Silverados in just launched what they're calling just kids plan, which I think is awesome. I'm actually in a literally look into this. It includes unlimited talk and text to twenty context that are pre approved by the parents and offers the company's smart family protection, which will let parents track their kids location control online screen time and limit the content. They're exposed to. That's pretty cool. That is pretty cool. And it's the first to do it. Pretty smart. It's called just kids plan. And I feel like I'm getting the point where I need my daughter to have something some sort of phone. We're looking she's going to be twelve. Yeah. Like in a couple of weeks, and we leave her home alone. And like she needs we've been looking at these watches that kinda make calls, but if this can control all of that like it says like this might be something we do what else? All right around the room smoother crunchy peanut butter. I'm going to take myself out. Out of this. I don't want. I've never having a butter. We move myself from this conversation that you guys have crunchy Eddie, crunchy straight up Frenchie. I love that crunch off give it to me creamy L. Okay. So wait, what's who wins? Well, and the Rover want crunchy one out of three. Yeah. So forty nine percent of people say that their favorite is smooth way. How many percents forty nine percents happen half? Right. Yeah. So it's taught gets you want play cut. That's a weird way to give the results. Not because you didn't let me finish twenty nine percent, say crunchy, and then other people don't care. They don't have a reference also smoothies winner. Bit crunchy is just so obvious to me like you wanna like bite into it and feel that extra. There's something so extra about in bones. What is it about peanut butter that you don't like what is it about certain types of music? You don't like or something? You don't like why did you ask me a question after asked you saying you'd like why don't you like the taste of something? I don't know. I can't explain what my body reacts to like, you know, I'm not that. Isn't it something from your childhood? Did you have to eat a lot of peanut butter when you were a little. No, no. 'cause I was eating peanut butter. How I didn't know because sometimes that's the thing. Like, my dad grew up on a chicken farm, and like, well, my grandma had chickens and they to confer like every meal and to this day like he cannot eat chicken because that's all they had. I have that with payday candy bars because we can hobby lobby and having money for dinner. So I had all the payday candy bars. Register and I got really sick. So your bony though, but I just never liked peanut butter. All right. Well, she got. Okay. Well, this boy comes home from school with bad grades. So his dad is like all right Sime to teach you a lesson. Go get your PlayStation for here's a crowbar and a Molder, and I want you to beat your place to he says, so he had to hit it with the crowbar drop a boulder on it. Then the father didn't think that that was enough. So the dad took the PlayStation. And then he made an in the kids like crying is all on video and his dad runs over with his car. So the whole world can see that video. I don't know by your voice. I see that you don't like it. I mean, I just don't I'm like, okay. Does this send the message like you'd better get good grades? Or I don't know is this effective because I know taken away my son's tablet is very effective. But I haven't tried beaten it with a crowbar should. Well, here's the thing. I don't have a problem with it. If this was the rule ahead of time. Like, if it's you don't make certain grades. You're going to lose your PlayStation four, and you're going to lose any way that you don't like, and then you made grades. Okay. I have to live up to what I said I feel like this is like later in life stuff like in counseling like well. Like, you know, when I was twelve or however old dad made me beat my PlayStation move. You know, what if he's in therapy talking about that? He's got a pretty good life. If that's his biggest therapy. Is you now I'm okay with it. As long as the rule was stated do you have a hardcore punishment? You remember? And you learn from it and you're like, hey, never going to do that. Again. I was a good kid. I got my I got whipped some like flyswatter. I got the extension cord sometimes you gave will pick a switch, and you go. I'm be smart and get a small switch in the small. Switch tear you up. They'd be like I'm going to be small and get a big switch big switch club you to death. So they even smart like talkback, no smarter. That'd be smart. Oh, she would tell me go pick moments, which I'll be intelligent about the size of the switch get a tiny one. It'd be like why did I just tear you up? I'm always miss which. But I mean, I was just I would never in trouble though. Yeah. But not even just a good kid. Nobody cared. What I did. So I never got in trouble. Because even if I did stuff. Nobody cared a lot of guidance. So it was like just go, do whatever. And then I realized what I needed to act out acting out against anything. There's other act out against nobody cares. What I do. So just wanting made my own life one time a month that it had some weed. Oh, yeah. That's right. I've never smoked weed in my life. I've never. And she was like, there's we'd and your car and she's like yelling at me. And I was like first of all about that car by myself. Why are you in it like the holy the whole point? I was like all everything and second of all I don't smoke weed so Chow, and then that was it the end. But no, I was never punished kid now because it wasn't, you know, sometimes at school like I would maybe not get a great punch myself myself in the back. Oh, wow. You shouldn't have got to be what? Now, nothing crazy. I mean, I definitely got grounded or spanked. But we don't have any. I got soap in my mouth to talk back. But I mean, I was like little twenty. Anybody else know that thank my mom threw us in the bathroom one time. You know was like she ran out of places to put us through some the bathroom. And then we got a hold of some razor blades in shaved all our bodies. Eyebrows. All shave your own body, and my me, and my brother said, what was your punishment? It's hot better looking. Punishment being locked in the bathroom. And then that's how you revolted. Okay. I'm Amy that's my file. That was Amy's pile of stores. Hi, this is Ron burgundy from the Ron burgundy podcast, and I'm recording this brand new promo because apparently the old promos are now suffering from listener fatigue. So I'm recording. This new one to ask you to listen to the Ron burgundy podcast. And I'm so sorry. You the listener that you've become fatigued by the previous promo. So here's a brand new one. All right there. How do you like it? Yeah. Listen to the podcast. Thank you. It's time for the good news. Brianna is a nail tech in North Carolina. You know, go in and get a Manny a petty. So she's helping this lady Al Kim or Manny petty, and they're just talking about life and Brannagh's talking about him pregnant. I'm gonna have this daughter, and I'm so excited, and I won all these things in life. He gets done love. The service goes the front desk pays and says, hey, free love the service. And I hope you get all the treasures you want and tipped her a thousand dollars. Wow. The big old tip who tells that source. Brianna? You think the? Brag about heck a lot of times the tippers don't maybe. Oh, you're saying is it the person that got the tip of the person that left the tip? Yeah. Like has this get to the news? Sometimes I'll wait or take a picture of a receipt. And I always feel like as a former waiter that's a bit much like the person that left the tip if they didn't put it out themselves pride don't want that to be known. The way the waiter. I I bet you the lady that brianna win homerun on Facebook. I just did something terrible lawn. I gave her a thousand bucks. That's a great story. I love it. I didn't somebody gets out. You know? I don't mind if people like talking about causes they donate to if it brings attention to a cause. Actually, I'm for that. Where if somebody goes, hey, I just donated whatever to this. And this is why I'm cool with that. Because you're one you're donating and I never had anybody for donating. But to I think it's cool to bring awareness of things you're passionate about that story gets out there. That's a good one though. That's tell me something good. That was telling me something good bounce. Nashville until he would number to thirty seconds skinny high valley dropped their first single off their upcoming new album. It's called single, man. Here's a clip. The ski over you. Fagin ni. Your. Awhile. New song. What else REBA told people magazine that she's totally in love with her man's skater? She says her old heart is still beating and they like to spend stretches of time together at her Nashville place in his Texas home, a hung os skater when REBA mostly skied or night talked for like forty five minutes, you met skater a salad them always talk for a while. Good, dude. Just chilling what? Yeah. Guy like, oh, skeet or what else and Brantley Gilbert said that he doesn't like to dress up for award shows. But he knows his wife amber loves when he does. So he said, I know she enjoys getting dressed up, and I try my best to play along. It's not my favorite thing in the world. But I'll do it for her. I'm Morgan number teeth that she was getting. Your buddy at my miss, the Bobby. Transmitting across America is about. Right. I top of the morning corny, but even more. So it's the investigative corny or our team tries to figure out the morning corny one of four corny streak. It's never been done. When a team has got five morning corneas in a row. So let's try the morning corny here. We go. Morning, gordon. Clive is the picture sent to jail. Why was the picture sent you? I know this. Oh joke. Don't have never heard in my life. Many already knows it. Oh, I don't know sell. It was framed. Oh man to. Easy. I mean, they didn't even get a chance to talk it out. I mean, he's a genius joking and said he had cell. No is frame. I wouldn't even close to frame my head. So I didn't hear the end of the joke. Already heard. Why must the answer? It was. Wow. Sometimes powerhouses just win like that. No, you don't want to mess up the street in a climatic, but you know, waiver five off the patriots. Spray of winning. Bobby bones show tomorrow morning at this time on the Friday morning conversation Shanidar is in play tomorrow and be good. A Saint Louis woman got mad into the woman because she was coming on groceries as one of those you got to be in the express lanes. You gotta have tonight at a less. Yeah. And so eventually Chopin fire on the other girls car fire with a weapon. Oh, a Saint Louis woman took exception to another comment about groceries in the checkout line of a schmuck? This is in Saint Louis and eventually opened fire on the fellow customers car. She's twenty was charged Tuesday with first degree assault armed criminal action and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon the confrontation began at a schmucks store. Wow. It won't check it out made a comment of the amount of grocery she it's too much. It was not clear from court documents. If women were in the express line, but people said they were she got angry over the woman's comments argued with her and then followed her in the parking lot pointed a gun at her. The woman drove off the lot but a Chevy SUV soon pulled alongside her. That's when boy they're really getting mad leaned outside of the body of the fire. Two shots into the vehicle missing her. This does a little much. It's a lot much. There's a disrespecting your say, well, that's not even about the groceries. It's about someone disrespecting. I was reading yesterday this Twitter thread about two people that we're fighting over a parking spot. There was one open spot in their cars are parked parked there. And they both wanted it. And they set the for hours. Yeah. It's one lie to the whole thing. There was even an empty parking spot across the street, and none of them would go because they were holding that spot is their spot. Yeah. It's never about really what it's about like who cares about how many groceries you have. And someone was commenting. It's always about the disrespect the ends up getting people in trouble. That Saint Louis represent no this morning lunchboxes represent Arkansas to shoot each other with the bulletproof vests. Yeah. Boo. Like, they were like, well, let's say these working they put on bulletproof vest and shot each other resent Catan. Yeah. That's my home present. Cover. Forget tomorrow. Shannon doa. Good for you. Watch him Becky in DC or go to court now, I didn't her infelicity up and went to court for the they were paying to get their kids in college. Which really stinks like we make jokes about it. Because they Mbeki, but it really stinks. 'cause there are a lot of people that are working hard to get in school. And they can't because rich people are paying for the kids to get in. It's way bigger than just a school thing. This is a society thing where rich people just get vantage because they just pay for it. So they both appeared in court yesterday. Neither of them entered a plea. I'm assuming they'll make some sort of plea deal, but prosecutors are demanding some jail time. And I think they should go to jail just to set a precedent. Just because you're rich doesn't mean you should be able to get every advantage. I just think about kids that are that come from areas that don't have the most options and they finally do. Well. Yeah. And still they're blocked out because somebody just had more money. I'll tell you about a kid in Chicago. Got a perfect ACT score this morning, thirty six. Oh, wow. Love that. It's like a junior in high school nail the ACT, so awesome. They're facing five years behind bars, by the way. Oh, Lori Laughlin implicit. They won't do five years a long time. If they do three months, he will they go to that jail with like tennis. You hope not I would think that the judges want to make people know, hey, we're in this 'cause they judge to get reelected. He forget everything's about elections politicians only doing things because they want to get reelected. That's it. They don't care. They all get jaded and don't care any more about us. It's all about getting reelected. So these judges have to get reelected, they'll they'll send them to jail for a little bit. Anyway. They did look good though. Fancy clothes. I don't know. I would have wore such close probably not winning this rich rich like. That doesn't help their day snoop rich. No got the old Volkswagen bug from backfire. I go to an allergist yesterday because my allergies at times. We'll just eliminate me from doing the show, and I'll come in this and I'll push through it. But it's just not good. So. Allergists was a real doctor so friends like him to go this specialize in allergy. So I go get cool. So I go, and they do is they lay you down. And they take your in the that take my shirt off, and they have like this little cloth thing, and it scratches a hole in your back, and they put like the pollen into your back or they put the dust mite into your back like, and then they see what your body doesn't how reacts and you have to lay there in fifteen minutes, and it's just like crazy. And then they shots in my arm like six shots to and they label them all so they can go number one reaction. It was wild. What they did. And so I'm laying there. It's all on my answer story that Mr. Bobby bones, but I'm laying there on my stomach. So I'm allergic to dust mites. Like crazy, my back swelled up so bad that two huge nuts. So dust mites. I'm allergic to apparently weeds, I'm allergic to go onto the list. Here pollen, I'm allergic to really bad. Dogs the. Yeah, that's the one that threw me like, I just like, she's joking. No because I put them allergic to commitment on there. That was my joke. Right. But dogs was real. And so I was like, well, what do I do? And so because I'm going to get a dog. It's like a lot of people are allergic to dogs, but I've take a pill every day and not just like a zero TAC or one of those pills. So what happens the I have to go in and you put under your tongue and the first time you do have to in the office. So in case, you epi pen, they've stab you with it. This whole thing seems a bit intensive pill. Yeah, you can go on once we can get a shot or you can take a pill every day. That's pretty crazy. But the first time you go on to have to watch you take the pill like under your tongue because some people react terribly to it. So that's why I'm gonna do see now you have to take a doggie pill base. Like, yes. Take a pill to make sure I can do all them. What about a hypoallergenic dog was trying to do that? Well, I only know that because that's what like we have a labrador. And that's what that dog is. Classified as so I don't know. I'm not going to be dog racist. If he's not Hypo in right? What I'll take all all dogs. Any welcome. Yes. I'm just saying I don't know trying to help you out. So that's what they did. They they gave me seventy five shots in my back like claw shots. And then like I can handle it. I'm gonna act like I'm tough about seven. I was like oh does not back gross to I guess still break out of my bag and like have moles of that. I'm just disgusting. So but I'm allergic to dogs. I slept with my dog every night for fifteen years. The my allergies. They just some mornings. I commend was like. But yeah, that's the deal. That's that's the update. So are you doing the pills or the shots? Labor Day Hindu pill every day. And then, but so you start start now or you start when you get a dog. No, I sorted out. Because it's for all these things, but some people take every day like a tech or a nasal spray. They spread every morning. I didn't know that was the thing. I worry about that like him having to take that every day. That'd be two things. Like, I don't know. What you take something every day? But oh, well, I take my show a lot. It's probably not good every day. Lots of days in the months. Why do they yesterday took awhile? It's all up there. If you wanna see it on my answer story for the next few hours, Mr. Bobby bones. But it's interesting how they just put it all in you like they put the things that make you react into your body to watch. If you react. Yeah. Never experienced that before I'm intrigued now, we'll take a pill every day and the epi pen is that's intense for those you guys have to use epi pen everybody because they you stab yourself with it. Right. Yeah. The once they monitor you take the pill, and you don't need the epi pen year. Now allowed to take every day by yourself. No. You don't need me on a monitor to watch you take the pill every day. Hey, everybody. This is Chuck from the movie crush podcast, and I wanted to alert everyone to a very special episode. I was able to get Mr. Christopher Walken believe it or not into the studio to talk about the movie footloose. Here's a little taste of what you can expect. And then, you know, I think you're talking about that great farmhouse dance sequence when he's by himself in the warehouse. It's one of the most absurd things I've ever seen. Enjoyable as hell is a dancer, you know, hopefully at hot, but. Yeah. This kid and he's angry. You know, he's very angry. He's been pushed I wrote down. I took notes and wrote down whole towns against them. Uh-huh. And and it took notes for this. I did while because I wouldn't remember anything my fear. An just watched that yesterday. And you can listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Hey, tear, Virginia you're on. Hey, good morning. I just wanted to let you know that you're not allowed. I went through the exact same tests and ice weld. I I would say I think they said something like ninety percent of what they scrape. I was allergic to including dogs, and I have two dogs, then they're not hypoallergenic. Just I keep them very clean and basin. And it's the dander that you're allergic to. That's what he said. So I'm gonna tell you all pills pills on him need. I'm going to every pill. So I can have a dog like load me up a pill. Yeah. Well, thank you. I got a message about that. And then also being told us judges, and the Felicity Huffman and Becky trial are federal so that our point of a politician's. These aren't the ones elected but politicians at appoint them. It's all going to be political. Don't kid yourself. Judges don't wanna look bad by letting these rich people get off. You know, what I mean tarot you agree with me on that too. How you feel about that? What if your kid wanted to go to college some rich kid got in 'cause they paid for it? I'd be streaming upset because I do have a to hard working kids maintains very good GTE's. And we're not the richest people. So. Yeah, I think if another kid got into because they pay for it. I'd be very upset. Would you stop watching full house or fuller house in protest because that's what I'm doing? I don't watch a whole lot of TV anyway. But absolutely. Afford anything? They said it's on talking about. Hey, tara. Thank you very much. Appreciate the call. And thank you for listening to the show. All right. See you later. Did they take away all her hallmark movies? Yes. Yes. Now, don't be disappointed that of everything had just told you. That's what makes you know, hallmark movies. I mean, I'm just saying flex for her. Sarah in Saint Louis on Sarah. Hello by me. What's up? Well, we're just talking about as I love Saint Louis matter of fact, come out there pretty soon. But how do you say that schmucks is that is that the like a chain? They're like a grocery store chain. Oh, yeah. It's definitely a thing. Well, so these people are going to fight and then shooting at each other because too many items on the ten items or less, you see that story. I did how you feel about that. Because I always sometimes I am like man watch my hometown. Now, representing the best earlier those two dudes markets shoot. Each other bulletproof vests has all over the news yesterday has been embarrassed lunchbox. Brought of that today. You gotta live with it. How do you feel about that Saint Louis? Yeah. It's just a spread kindness bread. Love. I gotta get all or some grocery. What can I do for you? Sarah. I wanted to shout out to my friend, Sarah, Dallas, Texas. She listens. Every morning on your podcast, but one to chat out her and of a first time caller listening to you guys every morning on my way to work and just love the guy's Fred so much joy and love and love listening unites. Bruce shoot the we'll sing on the bowl. Thanks. I listen to the entire show yesterday. I may do that once a year. What what why yesterday? I don't know. I feel like I've been on my the last few days because I haven't been sleeping game taping yourself hard. What did you learn so many notes I made I made so many not just about me, not even by you guys. But I got a whole phone list of notes. Wow. Like why Bobby socks then I may like nine. Oh, no, well, and I've had his allergies so bad. And that's wanted to hear how bad I really am. Let me tell you pretty bad. I've been trying hard trying. So there's that I wanna play these clips for you, Amy, by the way, listen to the whole show. We do a post show pre show after show that runs on the podcast. So listen to the show back. If you miss any of it search, Bobby bones show on demand on iheart radio. Here's Courtney in. I don't know where Kohei Courtney where do you live? Arizona's take thanks for calling. What do you want to say? So I actually was listening to the pusher. And was wondering on if Morgan member to ended up getting like a first homebuyers gift from her realtor. And if she did did you oh that first home by this too? Because when we bought our home three years ago. Our homebuyer guest was the their office like the realtor's office yearly calendar. So like, it was a picture of them. So I think like I may have got the short end of the thick for sure did yesterday on the post show. Appreciate we talked about Morgan to who by the way is closing on a house today. I never house. How do you feel nervous? I'm so nervous. I'm so overwhelmed right now. I'm just excited, but very overwhelmed. Remember, my advice, you're going to get there? They're gonna have all these papers for you to sign. They gonna be like if you wanna read over these you can don't even fake like you're reading over them to sign them. Just sign them signing my life already been read by someone. And even if they had it you're not gonna read them. Anyway, they mean, I read about was like, I would just fake it. I'd read it and be like, oh, man. You know, they're looking at you like, please don't write at all in. I really go. What am I going out for lunch? You know, he's not. So just signed the papers. It's gonna take forever. Anyway, it's gonna seem so overwhelming because it's supposed to be a treat to now. Be in debt. Yeah. Yes. Dagger like, congratulations. You now. Oh us so much money. Just get in thirty. Yeah. I gotta get I'm a huge sports fan. And so my first house when I was twenty five they gave me a signed picture of Nolan. Ryan, hey, would you get a gift? I'm trying to think of I can't remember, I I know our first house we want here in Nashville at came to the screened in porch. And there's like, you know, the winter months, you're cold. So our realtor she got us in one of those big outdoor heaters that we could put out on the porch. So when we when we bought the house who've not there because that's something we mentioned we were looking at it. Or like, oh, we'll have to buy one of those heaters. So we can hang out here in the winter. She was listening and we bought the house. She bought us on March. First house, you get a gift I got a magnet for the fridge of the Dallas Cowboys football schedule. Okay. Awesome. Nice. Well, it seems like we're we're just depends. Yes, seems like how much realtor likes you? I guess. No, we lost. She is. Yes. So it did sound like you got the poop end of the stick though. If you just got a picture. Hey, so where do you listen to the show? I'm sitting here in Arizona. It's a ninety seven one the ball Tucson. This come on. Well, thank you for listening. And thanks to listen to the podcast. Hope you have a good day. Thank you see later, you run through some of these songs. Yeah. These are the one billion stream songs, and you're gonna know most of them because of the biggest songs ever in streaming. Just name the artist sitting go all the way. Surely, you get that one. That is edgier. Shape of you write. These are all one billion stream songs. Dada in number two by the time. It was. It was like Drake and. Drake's one dance. There you go. One more right now, you'll know this one something be kids. Love this one. Yeah. No you or no one Electra. Now like, it is one of them shows that chain smokers. I'll give you one that don't think you're gonna get this has been streamed at billion times. But do you know who it is? I guess major lazer. When with is here. Who sees things despot seato who's the real artists not just to be a feature. Happy happy. What's that? There's nobody even. It's not. Okay. Hold on hold on. So there's just me. Then who do they call? Is that? Oh, no. His daddy. Yankee. It's Louis Fonzie daddy Yankee featuring Justin b. I think that Yankees nickname was poppy daddy Yankee. Dustin no country songs made the top list. Oh, yeah. I mean, whatever we're still in a niece that Seyran one though such jam still shape. You. It's time for the good news. Payless shoe store in Kansas, and it was closing. They had think file bankruptcy. But regardless they had to move all the shoes out because to get out of the space. And so there markdown super-low, but Addy tricked win by the mall, but she wasn't trying to fill up closet. She don't it all two hundred four pairs to the Nebraska flood victims one dollar a pairs charged. And she negotiate with the business and manage to get all the shoes for a hundred bucks, which cost more six thousand dollars. But she took them. There were women children's amid shoes, and then took them over to Nebraska and donated all them how multilevel like to see it and go there's an opportunity here to go and negotiate for the price, and it's been her money and then to make sure they all got him. That's good. That's that's next level. That's what it's all about. That was tell me something good. Birthday was earlier on. Tuesday, data and lunch box thinks I should've went places, my ID and got free stuff. So instead, you did that I just went, well, I just went to different drive throughs, and I even have idea I just told him with my birthday, I want free stuff because we need your birthday, they give you free stuff. And you didn't take advantage of it. It's my birthday. Oh, can I do for it? Do I get like a frosty? How about a free fry you don't get anything because they. Not even like half a cookie. You want a Cup of water? Can you see me high birthday? Oh, why won't sing high bar down your birthday either? I like that. So nothing at Wendy's. Nothing new right lunchbox goes to Starbucks. Yes. What birthday? I'm talking about living your little thing. Happy birthday to me. Just like a little happy birthday to is poor girl wakes up early in the morning gonna Starbucks and work. Nasa sink, some young. Free Cup of coffee for my birthday. What about a free hot chocolate? Chuck go to me. Every jock briefings to Starbucks hooked it out big one to not a small one. Okay. He's going to crispy cream saints birthday. Today is my birthday, and you are my favorite doughnuts. I was hoping you would see me a little happy birthday. Get a free Donut. Down here. I just wanna glazed Donut. But I want you with chocolate. All right. That's talking about you to sing. And I don't I love free Dona crispy cream hooked him up. We'll do one more at these places. Give free birthday. Everything's all the time people. They don't. Oh, yeah. It's about Bartha McDonald's, by the way. Yeah. Can you sing happy birthday to me have anything you gotta sing it of? Hey, let me get like a French fry for for my birthday for free. How about cheeseburger? No. I had free water good. It's healthy. What have you put through French fries in my water? No. Verde to me. Okay. So Starbucks, and Krispy Kreme hooked it out. Wendy's and McDonalds didn't they denied? I just saved your birthday believe you. It's also I think most people in life belief, you say something. Probably depending on who's working the window that day not in their employee. Handbook if someone's birthday before you have free rein to give away whatever the girl at Wendy's. Having it though. It's my birthday. All right. What do you want? It's gonna gift sin appear by Ryan Seacrest, which is very nice on the bag. It says happy birthday, buddy. Thanks for filling in my shoes. Cheers, Ryan Seacrest. And so what happens on Monday nights American idol coming up. Ryan got sick. And like last minute we fill in. So I hope and they sent me some shoes so call it is so cool. So record Europe is on the show do these so Seacrest sent me. These Jordan's film money. Thanks, repealing my shoes who's your? But. Yeah. Monday Americans on Sunday night, Monday night. And hope you watch it. I'm the mentor. Definitely not the host Ryan job. Well that on Monday but Monday. Yeah, Ryan got sick. And they were like, hey, can you hop in his host, and that's like going? Hey backup quarterback. When did you to jump in for Tom Brady, real quick? And so yeah, they did. I think find it. Pretty good. So yeah. That'd be Monday night. When I'm, but that was nice Ryan I wanted to hear this but pre sheet that as a nice gift they signed that really. To see that card. Yeah. I wanted to see paper. The piece of paper owned inspect it because I was curious about the same thing to be signed it, really. Well. Yeah. Because you know, so juvenile we just can't appreciate a gift. By the way, if you like Monday night show what it's printed is copied. Oh, rubbing it with. I'm sure he came up with that though. Like Thompson like fill in my shoes. Yeah. Right. That now. Like as you watch Monday night tweet like, hey, Bobby denigrate job, hashtag American idol. Yes. 'cause they watch that they need a pump you up there watching then they'll be like we should give him his own show. Yeah. So yeah. That was very nice of Ryan Seacrest us in that in. They should at least go over his name with like a sharpie or something. So it looks like, but I'm sure you have to order it from somewhere. No, I printed. Oh, look they flowers. Yeah. Just Senate components finding to do. Oh, yeah. I know country artists I will not reveal who don't even sign their own stuff. There's a machine that does it. Oh, wow. That that machine did Ryan right there. I promise I signed everything because I would never first of all who wants my signature. But if you do you better believe, you're gonna get my terrible bibles signature. Yeah. Well, you being hater on Ryan signature up three times. I tried to get up three times. And you can't bring it back talking about the machine of the artists. And I said, I was curious. That's why it's still awful gift. To say on. They should you know, go over it. With the sharpie go again. Fourth request that when you when you go to one eight hundred flowers. Hey, listen, vetus have someone that signed the name. Anyway, that was a very very nice gift from from Ryan and Monday night on American idol, I'll be hosting it show. There's new account for print Syrian Meghan Markle. They got one million followers and five hours yesterday, the fastest ever to Guinness world record for the fastest two one million followers. The crazy. Why is it new because they haven't put up an account? Oh together. Okay. Gotcha. Royals, put up really Instagram's. And they've official pages. But skews me, I gotta go. Follow them you care. Yeah. Karen of to go follow right now. You don't handle are so precious. I only follow two hundred fifty people. The they make the cut. What is the hand? I don't know. What what is there handle France? Okay. Fine. All figure it out. I didn't look at that. If you baby photos, I think there's a lot of baby photos. What are the mortgage to six Royal that makes sense? You just followed it, and they and they oh now and they have a blue checkmark. They three point four million in blue checkmark away. He's all butter if she doesn't have. Oh, yeah. Well, I mean 'cause I've been working at it. I've applied like six times and gotten rejected. One of my friends that like fairly had Cup was trying to help me. He called me goes, what did you do to Instagram? He's like they just rejected you again. And I was like cool. Let's keep trying because some people don't take me seriously when I reach out because they're like, this is real radio Amy out mill like app. It's me identical. Twin brothers about order to pay support child support for a little girl. Because they're identical. And they're refused to say which father the child and the DNA test was inconclusive because their identity twins. I can't tell the difference. Oh, the judge says the minner deprive and the girl of the writing to her father is enrolled, both men's names will be on the girls birth certificate. The girl will receive twice as much as other children from the same economic background. The men apparently thought split one father support payment every month. The what are they doing some weird sick joke? They're trying to play like or not joke. But why are they why don't they just admit who will the brothers are said to have switched identities today? Women to oh. Oh, they are so wrong. There you go to jail minute into legal, though, NASDAQ you'd be we'll well new law the judge on earlier. No, what do you think about that, Bobby? Go ahead. You need need your opinion on this joys your question. My question is you said you just made a good point. They didn't do anything illegal. But if they are that identical and they knowingly switched themselves, and she wasn't aware of it. And she ended up sleeping with somebody else. Without her knowledge. I mean, if they're identical. How she's no will what every little part. I said let me see your ID. Me. Sweat. I there there's no law against is. My point this is probably going to and I think you can go lunchboxes lied to people birthday. Yeah. But this is this is more than a birthday, you know, if you misrepresent yourself a federal agency or I mean because if they're identical. What do you mean? Nickel everywhere. Like, the league's. Yeah. You know, the difference. I guess. Do the brothers know like brothers, really know. Like, I know I know that's a good question to both were. No, maybe they're both were hooking up with her new. Well. They tested, and then they they couldn't Ray don't know. But I mean, she was deceived. She was deceived. Yeah. You're right. Maybe they don't if they were pulling this trick on her. They may not know which one brothers are close. L hobby and. What do you do play magic the gathering, and my brother, and I'd trigger alls? Yeah. But don't you want to that your baby or not? Yeah. But how are they they need some intense testing? Like, if I don't know maybe some doctor can be like, I figure this out for y'all. Rob you're on the show. It's going good morning mister bone. Good morning studio. How's everybody doing pretty good, man? What's up? Hey, I'm doing awesome. A first time caller from here in DC. My wife turned me onto you guys about a year ago. And absolutely hooked on you guys, Bobby. I gotta tell you, man. I started episode number one for your podcast about a week ago. I'm already up on episode number thirty. It's outstanding a lot Bobby guest. You got it gets better too. I kinda rough. Yeah. Artists come to the house songwriters come to my house. And we sit and talk Jessie James decker is coming by tonight. And so we'll be doing Bobby cast recent ones Trevor Rosen from Old Dominion who came by Tricia, your what came by. And we just sit for an hour and talk in on this show, they play music, and you do a lot of the the big point. We tried to get interview here. But you don't have all that space. Like, I do at the house with Bobby cast. Well, I appreciate that. Rob let me tell you something. Like, I said I stand on number thirty two right now. And one reason why love it is. Because it gives so much more behind the scene stuff that you never really hear about you know, these artists how many times that they sit there and and fail and fail fail. You know? And then you have other times when they're just weird situations that happen. Somebody's in the right place at the right time. I forget the other day who was your interviewing. But the dude was working at was that titan stadium. You guys have. From Lenka was working the sessions the high. Yeah. Yeah. Brits on arena, and this huge producer goes by in his little outfit that you wear whenever you sell hot dogs. Hey, I'm an artist and the guy goes, okay. Well, then bring some using by next thing, you know, Lang coexists. Thanks, rob. I appreciate that's a nice thing to say search the Bobby cast, if you love music, if you hate music might not you podcast. It'd be honest with you if your music hater, probably not what you should listen to Amy. Well, I feel like you get you get deeper with the artists not just on a musical side. Like Brett Eldredge, for example. Yeah, we cried together. Yeah. There's that. All right. Thanks have a good day. But. Have a good day, bud. Morgan number two who does all of our digital and social media and website. She's buying her first house today. She's twenty five years old big life moment for you life, man. Nervous right now, I'm nervous. But I'm just so excited. It's such a big thing. And I always thought growing up that I would be like married and having kids before I got a house, but I'm just kinda switched everything in the other direction. You're twenty five different day. Now, you get. Yeah. I mean, if you're able to do it smart free to do it. So did you put a big down payment down a really big loan? And then. Still there. How's the loan habits, but you still put a down payment down? So and I'm going to be house poor for awhile. So my nights out will go into Nova smeller over the next few years. Would you call it house poor house four? Yeah. What's that mean like you? Because you're we all helpful. Well, how exciting for you and your closing today. Then you can keys moving tonight. I I'm starting to move right after close, I already have everything all boxed up. That's how excited I am. Did you hire a mover? Well, my dad is partial. Parents are here box. Oh, yeah. I think Gary message me on Instagram the other day, and he was like Evan Haney blocked. I'm moving talk. Let's get on it come on out goes to you. The most the bucks. Wow. That's exciting to be moved in by this weekend. All the way. And then so everybody be expecting a housewarming party within you are going to have one and a half. Yeah. Interesting. That'd be good. You should have one yesterday in the postal pre show is like sharing a bit. Don't be too good for house party because then you get all the little stuff like like the towels for the guest room 'cause wants to buy those you need your own towels for your own room. Yeah. But you have extra rooms. No, right. Yeah. Extra better. That's the point of a house Warren party to get gifts. It's like a shower. Yes. Okay. That was just a party like all, right? Let's make this officially my home. Tear it up probably Kalma both tear it up it. Right. I never had one. I always feel weird having a house near you are saying don't be too good for a housewarming party. I know do as I say not as I do. Okay. Very hypocritical on this because I was like I'm having a house party people buy me gifts. But then when it's not me, and I can remove myself from situation. Oh, it's great people want to actually help you. Let people help you accept me. Morgan has a segment that we call. What do twenty five year old care about is that we're doing are we doing food world two of them over here, which why would you like to do do you like to do? I do have both. Okay. Let's you twenty five year olds. So there's six photogenic trends everyone's going to be Instagram in this spring. So if you're wanting to step up your Instagram game, I guess you like photographic fashion. Like this in style things you should wear and your Instagram pictures to be trendy plead Doug face 'cause I love doing Doug. Right now. Fashion item. So tie-dye is one of them. And then shells and pearls. Maybe those Pook. Necklaces guys can bring back. All right. Layered leather strappy sandals beige on Bet's, which is like a kind of Florida Georgia line. They have that line. Brian kelly. They have beige on Bet's that's very big trend, and then utility belt bags so. Any pack. Yes. So you're already in the trend bone sill? You're all set. Come back around. All right. Thank you. Twenty five year olds. The woman gave birth in a mango tree while escaping floods. Central mozambique. She a single mom she delivered her daughter watt clinging to the branches because the middle of crawl up a tree or two year olds up in the tree with her yet today, you think you have problems 'cause you get your coffee in time. Imagine having to have baby and tough tree. Yeah. Yeah. Doesn't Africa by the way. I didn't know I was at home my two year old son. It suddenly without warning the water began to enter the house that no choice but to climate. I was alone with my son and watch it there. She had a baby. What what do you wanna know? Wanna know like when the baby came out in Jeon? She's an tree. Is crying screaming screaming the baby was coming? But other times I thought it was just because the hunger a lot of people lost everything in the floods. But I gained something. Oh, me hater not. No. I'm not hating. Well, there you have it. Let's wrap it up here. Today. I got a lunch meeting than such has piano lessons today, and Eddie probably the keyboard now after lessons to can come home and show me everything she lard. And then, oh, I'm cashing in on part of your birthday presents me got Bobo coming over for some goods. Clown's drugs. Yep. Exactly clowns coming over to give me drugs. When it sounds like Adam bo-bo, and he does like hydration and health stuff. Birthday some cashing in. All right. And the. Yeah. I know I get it is very big. I've a Bobby cast Jesse James Jeffords coming over alcohol. Yeah. So that'll be up tonight. I'm gonna go to her new stores shop here, just yes. She opened it in the Gulch on my notes. I read before I do the podcast. Can congratulate her it's Mary new. What's it about this the sort close? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Like super kit stuff. I see people go because all I I don't do cute seventy super cute. Yeah. So yes, she's coming over shimmy, real nice message shakes her and Eric Deccan watch American idol religiously because they do they did laugh to watch is messed about American idol, which by the way, let me say this gin that Sunday nights American idol and Monday nights American idol of next week. But Monday nights, absolute I'm hosting because Ryan Seacrest got sick and had to help in theater host. So all the nice message that you guys like tweet out. They see when you take American idol. It's like by most amazing host give them award raise. Yes. Like all that people see. So if I can encourage you happening, Monday night, just tweets brains out hashtag American idol to begin. So I know there's a lot going on Sunday night. But hope you watch that ACM me on the show. So I have to go straight into only American idol only American TV is even have no channel anymore. That's it. Only American on one ABC. Thank you very much. Will see you on Friday tomorrow. Shannon doa comes in to Friday morning conversation and performance studio. We gotta mentioned Morgan. I'm just closing our house today. Okay. It's our dressed up. Yes. Yeah. Super cute. She got the nap Jesse James Deckers sore. But she has on like really like he'll like, clearly we I feel you Morgan, but we dress that way normally when we have a meeting or. On a house out by everybody about it bone Chauve? What is hard? 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Raymundo's Scamming A Listener + The Good Son' Game: Who Would You Save? + Eddie Approached To Be A Head Basketball Coach

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Raymundo's Scamming A Listener + The Good Son' Game: Who Would You Save? + Eddie Approached To Be A Head Basketball Coach

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The bobby bones post show pre show text from renewal last night and it's about the games that we play here on the show and it's like hey eddie needs to be banned from doing something during a game because he feels like it's cheating now before raymundo states is peace. Do you guys know. What eddie does that feels like. It's not fair. no i know. He controls the cameras that interesting. Let's over. Bobby's what bobby sheet says. Don't have cameras behind him. I just so. You can use bobby right now. Nelson right down our answers. He could zoom in on what i put hammer. Did you do that. No okay raimondo. What's the issue. So i even have a clip of it too so you want me to play this. Explain it explain it. I okay so what adiel do is. He'll say an answer but then he'll read your face and he'll determine exactly if you're trying to trick him if it's a wrong answer and then he'll switch up his answer and this clip explains it perfectly what he does. What city is the capital of china. I believe. I don't know. I believe it is beige. Seen now on hong kong no hong kong gene. Let's go beijing microwave accepting that lock them. In his first answer was beijing. His last answer was beijing. The answer is beijing. So you think that's i'm reading my face. Yeah because he's really good friends with you. He knows your expressions of somebody. When you're trying. Hide something. Or whatever i i just think it's cheating honestly and i realized that when i was playing the game for the first time and i can't believe it's gone on for this long eddie. Sounds really upset. I read your face. I i mean. I don't think i even know you more than anyone else here. Like we all know you very well like not your best bud. I think. I think though that i don't do this anymore than amy does. Oh amy's all over the place. I mean i'm just working through it in my brain. That's right yeah so now. Also i could be reading body. Oh yeah read me friends. There we go. I got a poker face galore ray. Do you think bobby gives expressions out. Like the bobby during this. I don't know about that. But when i think of the game shows the lay alex back he would never allow that he'd kicked you right off the stage if we're going gameshow mode than it. Definitely stay professional boom. There's your answer answer your very direct with okay. Let's do that then now. Sometimes i need to work through it question the figure it out on with us right now is kaley. Sure kelly s podcast called too much to say with kayleigh shore. Kelly how are you. I'm good how are you pretty good. Her new episodes about breakups. And the type where you live together in. One has to move out which i've never experienced. I never lived with anyone before caitlyn and hopefully this will never happen. I don't think it will at this point but have you been through one of these kaley. Yeah i have and That's what i kind of. I pretty much based whole episode off of. But it's been a while now. But i felt felt like you know it's getting to the age where people have been through that. I mean it can really happen at any time but my friends have been through it and i just was like let's talk about it. 'cause it's sex more than your average break up in a break-up or you're living together do you fight over. Who gets the kitchen table if one like. How does that work well. That's kind of what i was talking about. Like one of the biggest part that really stuck was i had just bought him unintended switch for his birthday and that was when they were like they'd just come out and they were like i think i paid like six hundred dollars for it and then he went and cheated on the and for some reason it ended up playing out he to keep it in to switch and i was this close to beating delta and i'm still mad okay. That sucks but yeah. So he got into switch did in the girl switch and she couldn't she she couldn't be zelda to hang what should be apartment though and i also got an album and my happiness so i think on okay long term happiness is what you. That's good check out too much to say with kaley shore. Hey so what's going on with the with the new music. I saw you another song. Yes i put out the second song off of the deluxe version of my new album called line to myself and it's basically just a diary entry it my songs. Aren't that different from podcast episodes. There's still a little shorter. But i'm really excited. I co produced it and it's got really fun ninety sides on it and i'm very proud of it. So what's up Are you putting out more songs after this one like what. What's the music plan. Yeah so there's two more songs and the album itself Comes out on december slash. Kaley shore check out our podcast too much to say with kayleigh talking about breakups where you live together and has to move out and then you fight over. Who gets to wash rags. Thank you thank. You have a good day. Guys on your podcast. Are you doing your episode this week. No lisa hayme is so. She's on my podcast network. Has their own. Podcast called the truth theus life but she all. I also do outweigh with her. She's doing all four things and it's a variety of things that i think we'll be Interesting relatable for people to hear about chagall. Four things with amy brown which is having run this week last week. Kaelin and i were one of the hosts takeover. I haven't i haven't i haven't yet but sometimes life get you but i heard you shared your favorite songs from home arkansas. She did oklahoma. Sort of mean for that have no favorites from oklahoma arkansas. Yeah we did Songs about where we're from and that was just the conduit to get to us talking about life now but check out four things. Amy brown last week's episode was ceylan. I on there. And i got some messages about morgan number two. She was the third thing and people really appreciated her opening up and sharing some of her journey and how she became a strong independent woman. So thank you for that morgan. Yeah of course it was really fun. We've forgot to mitchell. The message you got about me and mike d gave the movie. Oh you're forgetting to mitchell messages about me. Might what was. Mike's well well. I think a hall a christmas movie guide. Which is you know. We all need to know what to be putting on to get in the spirit all right. That's it folks have enjoyed today's show tomorrow. Eat the hot chip in the paki challenge hottest chip known to man. How does chip on earth hottest chip. That's killed somebody three young people yesterday although it is extremely guys tomorrow. 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We talked about this on the show. Who sold their kidney for an iphone because remember this at all no so he sold it for an on. It was like i just need two thousand dollars donated his kidney well now. He's bedridden for life. That's terrible so what i'm saying is don't sell your kidney for iphone. Yeah as the moral of the story. It was a black market deal. All the saly was this in america. No okay there. Nina is always said. He underwent illegal surgery to have his right kidney removed deliver to an unknown recipient. The surgery was carried out by two doctors who were also employed a local hospital so he felt safe because he's like these doctors that are doing this every day. When you return home with new devices the mall musset said. Hey how do you have the phone. After details of it emerge nine people involved in the operation were arrested five who've been charged with intentional injury and oregon trading Like this black market organ trading israel. Those charged include a surge in the broker. The person who leased the operating room those who were tasked with hunting for donors through online chat rooms. This is a dark story. wang who is now in his mid twenties later developed an infection is remaining kidney how come the doctors can do it right. They'd have the proper equipment if they do this. All the time that stinks so is he gonna be okay. No bedrooms bedridden for the rest of his life but they say it's not very okay. So that's a sneaky story. This avoid chat rooms where people are asking for your organs for you. Say don't oh that's scary. A couple of new york had rare identical triplets. The odds one in a million to have identical triplets meet the getting triplets the adorable trio of identical sisters who according to experts were born at odds ranging from one to one million to one or two hundred million because it is almost impossible to have identical triplet. Wow i predicted that we could possibly have twins if when when we finally have kids. Why is she has you want here. She has so. Many twins says the twins in our family and it skipped her parents. Oh yeah so bring it then ought to be done you're gonna have triplets aaa then. I'll be done. Let read tater chevy. We got three kids and we're good to go. You know Okay with that. I saw that baby picture on instagram of those three. You know what else happened to be on instagram. You tell me if you have. The same thing happened to you. I'm online. And i go. And i rarely click over to someone's profile pictures feed rarely. Do i go over and see and just look at all. Someone's pictures over this person. That i know a little bit but i followed for a couple years and i like know what's happening in their life because follow the on instagram. And i don't follow that many people on instagram. And so i click over. And i noticed they don't follow me anymore and i'm irritated because here i am invested in their life and at some point they thought that what i was doing was so stupid. They were going to follow me so then i wish i could like do the in black thing i do and forget everything i've ever learned about them so on followed them what you did. What if you're overreacting follow me. Well accidentally found out that you aren't following me. Not learning about my life. I'll give craft by yours. Do you wonder why they unfold. You are the scenarios like well. What did i do some i did. Who was it yet. Okay like say right here. Why do you know somebody who reached out to you. They're following me now that i don't follow that many people i have the people that followed that have no idea who i am like people. Sports teams people look up to. That's fine but people that we were mutually following if they follow me and then i didn't find out until later. I just felt like a doofus. Do it's an accident no never an accident. it's hard to follow. They don't want you on file. I'm pretty sure you you accidentally hit that button and then it says. Are you sure you want twice. Oh okay well. Then i guess hamstrings are so i ran yesterday. That is the form of exercise. That i hate the most. I hate running. And i try to do it a couple times a week just because i know the. The payoff is worse than the pain. But i start running. I feel like. I'm a good shape at about forty five minutes into it. A look at my phone and it's only been about six minutes running and then there's like this is terrible. What is your worst exercise you hate doing. I mean probably running or swimming swimming. No it's exhausting. But i know that it's it. I used to do it a lot more. But now when i go out there and try to do some stuff and like this is just awful. You do a lot more in a shorter period of time. Running takes forever. So why do you do running if like what do you mean the payoff is. Don't you have other ways to get cardio. Either by by running does the best for me eddie. You have when you hate them all of them. Oh just don't like exercising. But which one do you hate them. Oh if i had to pick one. It'd probably be the squats because i have weak. Legs squats guy. Yesterday i was at the register and big guy. Tiny legs and tiny arms. Hit a big barrel chess. Big old belly and his arms were so small in sewers. Legs weird yeah. What do they say. Like don't skip leg day or whatever all days except for bench press and eating ripped up there. He yanks big limbs were so small. It was weird more. You what about you. Which ones do you hate. The most definitely burke's i hate doing burke's up and down and up and down. Not fun push ups. You know what i mean. Those are. they're annoying because you've got to kiss the ground every time it's like dirty and kissed the ground you got your nose to the ground. Let's get a push when i was in prison. That's all i did though. Oh man here's and franklin tennessee. Hey hope you're on the bobby bones. Show what's going on. Hey all right. I just Purchase on apple watch on face marketplace. And i had already spent my money because it was through shipping and now i purchase it last night now. I've been blocked by the dude. I purchase it from dutton no response. I've tried to get a hold of him very different ways and just don't know what to do now paying him under but did you do anything in the wrong order because it seems like people can take advantage of the situation a lot. Did you like what's the rule. I've never bought anything as a marketplace and take it and you pay immediately. Yeah like usually. I only buy things in my area and so you can go pick it up or you can They can come to you or whatever but this one was. I live in franklin just from seattle washington. That was like shipping. Kind of thing so you have to pay before they ship it. And how did you send. The money was vin mo or pay. Pal yeah. I was like facebook. It was through pay pal but it was through facebook so that makes sense. They got you though. I know and like a hundred bucks down. The drain do raymundo. What'd you say. Raimo know your customer service with pay pal is awesome. You'll have that money back in a week. Max oh yeah. That's that's why they are there. They're the middleman so they can protect against that. So who does she call. It's easy go onto their website. It's usually a chat person online. You don't even talk to them and you just put in the numbers they got fraud and they'll say all right we'll check on the other end. Give your money back. Hey hope to check that out and let's works. I will thank you so much for your info all right. Thank you have a good day. You i have a friend of mine. Who's a comedian. And he his facebook page was hacked and so they hacked into it. Locked him out of it. Any has probably hundred thousand followers locked him out of it started going live with videos and selling purses. Oh oh are you sure. That wasn't a comedy because that's funny. It wasn't a comedy and he's like. I can't get into my facebook page and chinese dude selling person acting and went live a love that we can you imagine how helpless after i won dancing with the stars. My socials got hacked. My twitter got. I remember the and it was me. It wasn't me but someone asked me going. I didn't deserve to win. I suck so crazy person and we couldn't get it back in the county. Could we now and it was yours and the shows like everything hacked all because you want dancing with the stars hacked. You know for your money today. Didn't steal anything else just like everybody. I thought i should have won. I remember going into good morning. America that morning to do the interview. And i'm looking at me tweet with the f. word i don't curse and also like i blink suck. I should've never want dancing with the stars and people that should have. I'm like well. I didn't write this. I don't feel this way so hit morgan. A whole day to get in okay. Mic has told me about a movie called the good son. he's created a game called the good son gain by the way anyone's seen the good son. No coley co-cocaine elijah wood. And so what's this about. So it's about this kid. His mom dies so he goes to live with his aunt. And then there's this famous scene at the very end where she has to decide which one to say the good son which is her son or her nephew. Oh she can only save wonder hanging off a cliff. Okay so the game has suggested as we draw two names out of the hat. Those are the two people hanging off the cliff. We have to save one of them. Oh how you get to draw i. I'll i'll draw for you ready your your people. Are you get to good. Son scuba steve. I'll guys come on aiming for utility hillary. They're both hanging off a cliff. Got both of their hands all you. You say one of them. Yeah okay. oh this is great. So you have scuba steve or utility hillary. They're both hanging off a cliff. Horrible gave okay. Well have known hillary longer. And steve can maybe pull himself up. Oh they can't pull themselves up. Die uber and saving hillary. Okay scuba steve style buddy. Look me in the eye. When you say that you mean you just got the good sign. I'm sorry eddie ready. Yeah come on your to people are one person hanging off. The cliff is lunch box. That's great whoever. The next person is the second person is bobby. Bobby brunch. sorry any more. I knew that one of the easiest. Bobby against anybody picking sorry. Yeah give it to me. Yeah you get drawn out of the hat morgan number. Two oh man or amy off eighty. Let's just be real a tough one. They're both hanging there and they're screaming large large. And i'm like what can you do for me. What can you offer me go. I'm saving morgan. Number two wow. Wow why just. Because then i get more. I'll be more in the spotlight. I get more airtime like my role increase. So i never know airtime okay. The first person drawn is aiming well. Don't even draw the dead dying. The person she's up against is raymundo arrayed dos. Somebody else against amy against. Amy is mike d by mike goliath. No i'd have to at least think about that before. I kick my hand. You think about it. Maybe like oh that was easy. Yeah amy un. we'll do number two. You have two people. Thank you for saving me. You have lunch box. What over i say. Life or amy what. They're both hanging out with cliff. I answer this question. Same scenario you have to save the both hanging off fair to pick who you like better. I liked them both equally and i. It's really unfair because lunchbox did save me and he's going to be so mad if i do not choose him right now. Oh gosh they're both hanging off a cliff you get to save one. Go ahead morgan. Number to save me an answer i well i got you morgan. I just i you know. I have amy's back. I'm sorry i'm so sorry one more one more mind raymundo lunch box or eddie oh good. Oh they're both on me on the sore loser show podcast. Who's your boy though right right well. Who do you save. I've i've lived with launch. I've known him longer. Eddie has been a better friend as of late. Just more friendly nicer to me. More caring eib. But even though because of that. I still ongoing lunchbox rider di. I've known him the longest of our. You live together though dog. That's the way it has a morals right there. Eight asia morals do that game at thanksgiving okay. Well that's good. Son get that and telestrator two games. I recommend bounce nashville in hollywood to thirty seconds. Skinny carrie underwood's my gift. A christmas special is coming to hbo. Max on december third. It will feature her christmas album. John legend coming on for a duet and some behind the scenes footage of recording little drummer boy with her son isaiah russell dickerson shared on an upcoming bobby casts that his wife didn't like his now number. One song love you. Like i used to when he first played it for her. She told me the title of the song is better than the song. You just played me. I'm so mad like now completely just stripped it down and rewrote the entire thing. It was not what it is now. The same like i used to about the. That's a that we leeann. Rhymes is releasing her first chant. Record this friday. It's a meditation album called the human and the holy and it features chance that will infuse in go along with her release of candles. A morgan number two. That's your skinning. It's time for the good news. The holidays are a challenging time for the american red cross to collect blood donations. An obviously kobe. Nineteen has not made easier. The hopkins family is based in missouri. They have made it a tradition to donate blood on black friday instead of shopping. That's pretty cool. Yeah for sure. And not something i would have thought about. But that's great. They've kept the tradition strong for years their seventh year in a row. Five members of the hopkins family roll up their sleeves. Donate blood mike hopkins said. It's a great way to get back. I think a lot of times when we go shopping things people want but this is something people need so this story and thought i would never thought about that. That's next level thinking it's fantastic really cool so it's one you could find any way to volunteer on black friday. Something small something. Awesome like this or give blood. You can start your own family tradition of giving back. So i just wanna shout them out the hopkins family. Pretty cool the hopkins family we'll donating during the timeframe of the american red cross campaign comfort. Enjoy that it'd being supported by country. Singer martina mcbride now through december seventeenth. So just wanted to share that story. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something. good show. Yup this story goes from manhattan new york. A man was driving his lamborghini. Two hundred and forty thousand dollars when all sudden boom a moped hits them and knocks office mirror polls over to get information. Guy in the moped jumps in the lamborghini still breezy heels lamborghini. Why has friend who get away on the moped. Hold on let me get this straight. There's a lamborghini driving down the road and two guys on mopeds oh dumb and dumber stock. So we're targeting this lamborghini that's what they think and then they take the lamborghini and it was too fast. They crashing oh. They couldn't handle the speed. They're used to the moped speed. Yeah maybe they were using the guy driving to not being used to being held from behind and they couldn't do that in a need you to hold me crash. Wow if they plan that as a pretty like not to say pretty creative an pretty like that's next level thinking but then you gotta know how to drive it man. There you go. I'm watch box. That's your boneheads story today. A bobby volunteer. I gotta be honest these days. I can't tell way too much time or not nearly enough time. If you're like me and you're at home more than you normally would be there still so many conference calls and emails and follow ups that sometimes you just gotta shut it off for a second right. I'm gonna give you a solution if this is a little bit of what you're dealing with. Download the five star rated puzzle game best beans. Now you're meantime is just that anytime best. Means is a super fund puzzle game with tons and tons of levels. Yoki planned for hours. Trust me five levels in and you'll be hooked all night you can even call it a family member or a friend and play and play with them wherever they are. Maybe booked tom on your schedule for a coke conference. 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Signed craig the fact that it even bothers you a good for you. Yeah it for you but how close are you to this. Greg is your cousin. The brother if you're qualified for the job. There's no reason you should have put yourself in the mix for the job and let them hire the person who is best suited for the job. I'm sure all the guy greg. I'm sure whoever the guy's was recommended by you. Just gotta go and try to provide for your family. You're not stealing something from him. You're not getting him fire to get his job. It's a competition. It's a capitalist society. Baby i love it go. He's got the best credentials who's going to work for the to make the most go for the job. That's what i'm saying. I would tell him though. You're doing it you would if you want to be fair about it. Hey i called to give you a recommendation. We'll be honest with the asked me if i would also like to interview a little that shady. Why did nothing shady. There's nothing shady. The guy doesn't have a job. Here's a job suited for him but he was. He didn't know about the job unless they came to him. He didn't say anything for me. They said oh. Aren't you qualify for this but there. He's a recommendation. I don't know. I just feel like that's a little jerk link. Yeah very tricky greg. Go for it. Don't feel bad about it when you get the movie. Just a little bad but you're not stealing anything from him. He may not even get the job. he's just being recommended for the job. You're going to give up assure job away that you could get for someone who may or may not get a job and you're out of your mind and that guy should just go ahead and remove you from his list of people to call into the maybe you can hire him. Maybe i greg gets a job but i'm just letting you know right now. If it were me. I will get a job be like. They asked me if i wanted to be in the interview process. Say yeah that's it. You wouldn't do it. i do. Okay bobby let's just say somebody called you right now and said. Hey you know. Eddie was just applying for this best friend. No not the same. Okay okay okay. All right scenario that. I can knock down like agenda will board when i'm upset. Slap down anything else. Go get it get it. that's it Speaking of jobs lunchbox fire has he told you know. Tell him who it is the garbage man. I don't know if we're at war. Or what but it seems to be happening more and more. This is the third week in the row that they haven't picked up my garbage. Don't you have a beef with the garbage man. Yeah because he ever here. He puts a thing at the holiday. Time puts an envelope with a note. Says if you'd like to leave a tip for greg the garbage man you know. Leave it in this envelope and just tape it to the top of your trash can tip and you're just doing your job. You're not doing anything that any government wouldn't do. Your put my trash in the trash truck and i two weeks ago i go out there. And they're okay. Maybe they missed it. Go out there last week. Trash full. I go out there this week and it is. I mean it's still like i'm having to go put trashy my neighbor's trash cans and guess what they're empty so they are driving by my trash can on purpose and like i am i want. Would you call and try to get someone fired. Because what's an accident twice. Maybe you blinked and missed it three times. This is war. You feel like maybe should tip greg. Garbage man No is it still greg. The garbage man manson same guy. I'll get the same on blow every year. And i mean here. We are in what november. So we're looking about two weeks away from getting greg's note again. And guess what greg i'm gonna give you pick up my door trash by two. But if he put on the trash can he won't see it because he doesn't even pick it up. Nobody has to see it to put the note on the trash can so annoying. Why don't you just call and be like. Hey you guys have forgotten my trash for a few weeks. Get an answer and then go from there. Okay so don't call and the man like heads roll and what they call it. Lets his name again. Greg the garbage man. Are you sure. Greg is still the garbage man. Impressive to have the same garbage man for several years or you think they change it up on you. I mean. I've had the same male manses. I moved in. I guess it must be true. I guess i do get into different mailman every couple of months. Yeah call handle your business with a. I'm calling the city for real miss treasury weeks in a row. Would you mind checking what the problem make. Sure i'm doing everything right. And it won't feel threatening to them if you're going. Hey maybe i'm messing up. They'll get it if they don't then maybe you have a talk with great you wait for them all amount to sit out there by trashing but hey great you wanna skip this one today. Hey greg over here bud. Putting fixing problems left and right own. Are you guys. write your answer down. Last one remaining wins it's survivor style. I'll play you a jingle from a famous product. Yeah just have to name the product. They'll be easy to start. Amy lunchbox eddie morgan. Right transfer down here is product number. One right everybody in. We're in all say this one of the counter threes pretty easy one. Two three cat cat is correct kit. Kat everybody said it right all right next up here is jingle number two businesses that i feel like you're all. Ooh morgan struggling. Oh yeah that played again remember. I don't i don't think so. I'm doing great edit on that other way off at it been okay. Let's go around the room cecchi cheese. I don't wanna grow up seeing the rest of it. It would grow up by one. Stay chucky cheese works that does work the rest of three no it s. I don't wanna grow up. I'm toys r. kid. A million toys toys arrested. I can play make sense wrestling album. What oh. I don't need a recipe that store wrath next up jeffer- see if you can name this one My bologna might think they didn't have this in south texas. Or what am. I going to be the most famous jingle of all time. Only what. I love me i mean i guess if you guys don't get this i'm shocked right now we're gonna do you know how i'm in utter disbelief. Okay i think it's can. I say what i say everybody in. I'm i think it's saying baloney. But i thought baloney was the brand. You think there's a brand just called. It belongs why i was confused when she was like as them about my bologna. And i'm like well i thought blowing. It was a brand so branding jingle that lunchbox bologna first name. That's what she said. I don't know the rest. What product is baloney. But i put oscar mayer. How would you sing it out. I have no idea how he got is what i'm saying. I've no idea. But i don't. I thought baloney was the brand. Try singing it though Oscar or my baloney has uppers name. His name is oscar. I mean. I'm gonna guess i'm wrong. I to have oscar mayer well. How would you sing it. My bologna has a first name. And that is oscar. Mayer i that you guys are nailing that should have. I promise you have sing out. Okay i think she goes oh. Sesar bologna has a first name. It's a are my bologna has a so we got it. Wow you guys have never heard the oscar great. Guess wow what planet have you guys been living on earth earth. Wow yeah okay. I thought i was going ahead with that one next up jingle number four who gain the best part of waking up. Got this one. Eighty folders lunchbox eddie. In your next up me all right. Thank you old dominion lunchbox struggling Man i'm yum yum yum yum yum yum. Need an answer road some down. What do you have catnip catnip. Some kind of cat stuff. I don't know what it is this cat stuff. But is not catnip catnip is. I don't have cats key. People have cats are weird. Eddie i have meow mix amy next. Meow mix correct. We're down to two competitors smartest next up. You can't what amy charms eddie think. It's lucky terms of oyster. Sounds weird it was. I think it's an old okay health. Okay lucky charms. Or whatever he is it is lucky charms next one up now i in my head down now. Amy its pull ups. Is that not a brand. What do you ever done. Huggies eddie i have huggies written down. He's right there. Why are you doubt me because you sit rocking weird. You're acting weird gun indigestion. Upset stomach diarrhea heartburn indigestion. Upset stomach amy That's pepco ismal. Eddie context clues pepco bismuth crushing. We got a couple more here. You go along. This is amy. Alka seltzer alka seltzer. Okay this is tough. Hopefully we'll miss one here. Eight seven seven seven seven seven seven. Use it when you need call. Eight seven seven cash. What if you miss. You know. I guess but i don't know amy capital on eddie might be capital one. I have easy loan. No it's j. g. Wentworth eight seven seven cash now. Jj sudden death. Because you missed one of buzz in with your answer by the next one answer buzzing with your name say your answer. Go ahead eddie. Corn nuts incorrect. The answer amy. Listen to it all the way through. Sometimes you feel like a nut. Sometimes you don't so. Is it like something. That's like not nuts nuts nuts incorrect almond joy. Yes so what is it. It's mounts mountains. Last one sudden death again. Y'all your name as the buzzer here. We go state farm. Correct winner. Because i bring in my head were saying pacman and i heard state farmers ciba's without knowing the answer. Very listen to it for yes. Bobby does learn from the best. Stop it you did own. The headline is blanks are having a hard time dating and twenty twenty six we think. That is millennials now. Any os elderly. Because corona millennials. Elderly went different ways. Karen's actually karen makes sense. The nave imagine if you're dating and you meet your probably like it'd be like if your name not the same but people like villains right. Oh was osama. Oh wow yeah or your last name. Was hitler saying it's exactly the same. But i'm saying there's even if you had nothing to do with the situation because this has nothing to do with karen right if my huntington karen jones i use my middle name elizabeth. I'd be elizabeth jones for a while. But i would imagine swiping three volume karen. You're like if you're on the board. On so i saw that. There's a forty five percent drop in people with the name karen. Getting their apps met their swipes managed unfortunate. I of stories though recent study was done to see how we're going to be handling thanksgiving and pretty much on celebrating with at least ten people. I'm reading that anything over. Six is not good but according to results from a study of people are going to be attending gatherings with more than ten people and a third of them saying they will require their guests to wear masks. You're right into a holiday. Nobody wearing and then you're sharing the same food. I mean every day. We set new records of corona virus. Highs it's worse now than it ever wasn't spring and so some states are going. Hey you have over. Six people were going to come orient for example. We're gonna come. We're gonna find you don't show just don't post on instagram. I think there'll be five where i'm going to be what i mean. That's that's in. You know that you know. Everyone's been taking precautions right the people that you're near five. I know i have. And i know that they have even more than me. So i'm probably the one walk in there. Like i'm a gamble. Said the cdc said that you know has warned against any thanksgiving celebrations that include anyone outside of your immediate household. Ellipse there so just heads up on that and that if you are going to have people over try to eat outside not going to happen to be cold and you're not gonna you know we're we're saying a lot of people don t to wear masks as they eat okay. What else ain't while speaking at thanksgiving. If you're looking for a really fun baskin robbins is bringing back. Their turkey cake with ice cream stuffing and sugar cone legs. Is it taste like turkey now. It looks like it looks like it has like stuffing in the form of sweet flavors like chocolate chip cookie dough old fashioned butter pecan peanut butter and chocolate it. It looks really cute me. I think this is the kind of thanksgiving. My kids would y. If i showed up with the turkey cake i still remember going and having turkey and dressing ice cream at a shop in california. Real turkey. Meat in it was fantastic. You loved this. Because i was grossed out by the thought of turkey at first then i went so fast i've had i've had a turn is pretty good. Okay what else amy. So if you've been to waffle house the past couple of years. You've probably heard chris stapleton version of tennessee whiskey. Because that's been the number one song coming out of the jukebox there for two years in a row so last year we told you it was number one and number one again the waffle house. Words are fun. I see us all walker as holding one. He got one too. That's cool. I'm not sure what all the categories are but it's just cool to have an award that waffle house on this sounds like waffle house. I spent so many nights at waffle house probably the entirety of my freshman and sophomore years of college. I would stop off. Well it's because. I had to drive when i lived in arkansas. Our to work. I did the night shift seven midnight. I'd get there five drive home at one study till two thirty at wath to thirty three it's waffle house and then go to class at eight brutal never thinking it can never get worse than this as far as having to find time to do stuff and it has not look back. It's a pretty fond. Memory i go off every night and somehow would have put on any weight. Do eat sausage awesome. Though is that what's up. I'm amy that's my pile was amy's of stores. It's time for the good news. Ready the all food bank in sarasota. Florida is setting up a big goal for them this year. They're hoping to hand out now turkeys by thanksgiving day which is huge because they know the community's been hit hard by the pandemic and they know that a lot of people aren't going to have food on the table so that's their goal for that but also four million meals is their goal by the end of the holiday season which is a cool story because it reminds me when i was a kid. My dad some random. Your i think i was like ten years old said guys. Let's go the store. we're going to buy one hundred turkeys and we're all gonna go to the me. My sister my brother my mom my dad and went to a bunch of neighborhoods and we handed out free turkeys and people that either needed him or didn't and they would tell us right there like you know we're good but our neighbor does and we would just deliver and i'll never forget that memory. That's a really great. Yeah that that's a distinct memory for you of your dad. We did one year. And i was like. Why don't we don't have the money to remember. That's a good story. that's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good salcombe to the show appreciate it so much experiences at the university i got my degree from university of business management. I was the first person in my family and college and graduate so my parents told me i was boards. Hec you. i really didn't have a choice. I'll wait and visited all those campuses. In when i when when i went to hand him but there was nothing like him campus. So i was like what would you say you learn the most dan at hp see the broader. A new york is always new york or when i went to hampton and i had a roommate from jersey related mississippi and then i had a roommate from philly equipped you ought to all that music bringing that back holy so now not. Just your fiji spin anything. That's what that's what. I think is the biggest. Hec was meeting. Everybody invaded those excellence. Mcdonald's celebrating as well as we should for more information on mcdonald's. Black and positively golden move. You can follow at. We are golden on instagram. A couple of days ago we did a segment called rejected segments. It's all the terrible segments that are suggested that we don't use the big one was eddie going. Let's all mentioned something. We love more than our spouse. And i like well morgan wallin song. You're out of your mind. One thing and i was like no nothing when i'm not being a part of the eddie goes golf whole thing however raymundo said hey i got one and now rejected it but he said if you call a pizza place. What is it you order online. I yes and then you'll call them and say hey if i pick it up. Can i get a discount. I'll help out your business. So you order online for delivery. Then you call you go. Hey never mind. I'm going to pick it up knowing the whole time. You're going to pick it up anyway but you act like you're being helpful. You want to make their job easier. And then what kind of discount do usually get typically. It's fifty percent off. we hadn't. Let's try this out. Oh great to see at this hack works you call the pizza place. I ordered it online. And i waited five minutes then. I called the pizza place. And i was like. Hey actually gonna be in the neighborhood of i can swing in. If it's going to help you out. I'll get the pizza and you just give me a discount here. We go again. I ordered a pizza online. And i hit delivery and actually i was gonna be over in that area so i was gonna say i can swing in and pick it up if you'll give me a discount. The name for to order jason gable could take the the tip in the convenience be off and then like half the pizza. Nah my buddy my buddy raimondo. Told me that if you accidentally hit delivery and then you happen to be over there they'll give you give me a discount on the pizza. No yeah but not tell you the truth. Is he lying to me. Hey definitely lie. He said the life hack. Is you order online and then you call them immediately. And say hey. I know you guys are super busy. I'll save you guys time and you pick it up and they give you half off the pizza idea and we were like super behind and it was take like two hours to get your pizza delivered to you and you didn't want to wait the law. You wanna come get then fine. We can do that but we don't have any deliveries on the screen So your delivery is only one and you're clearly just trying to scam plot discount ray out immediately when it doesn't work work. Well my friend raymundo said so. It doesn't work. it doesn't work. All they did was take off the delivery fee. What you going to pay for it to happen. And then the tip. Yeah okay. so that didn't work raimondo. Your thoughts quickly. You could've called it a different time. Maybe the peak hours. Fridays and saturdays. That'll work better. Okay let's go over to amy and get the joke now morning corny. What do you call a turkey on the day after thanksgiving. What do you call a turkey on the day after thanksgiving lucky. That was morning gorny locking around this. If you watch a nature documentary we'll give you a healthy mental happiness boost. What if you walked in nature. That's something out ceylan. Loves a walk. Heck kaelin and amy go walking. Sometimes you know what. I hate a walk in nature hiking talking about in general for the sake of walking. I love that. I get most people do i. Don't i'll go ceylan. I enjoy walking with her. But it's not the walking part that i'm doing a for it's just Being able to hang out and talk right. She loves a walk in her name. You'll text you want to go. And it's like i can never gonna walk and be happy because i'm going to be moving. I want to be moving hardcore but my life is two ways in its polar opposite. I'm going none or all in a walk is just like some and i don't like some. I want to work on their walk three hours anyway. Just go watching nature movies. But i assume going on a nature walk would be to get out these himself. Which by the way. Yesterday he was telling us that she ran into reba. Mcentire at the grocery store near sure one hundred percent one hundred percent. It was reba no doubt but she had a mascot totally right about. So you're at the dentist yesterday. Yes and and i see jimmy allen housing down on what's he doing. He was checking the he was like. I was checking in checking out so we were crossing each other and he was paying guests her to make a little joke to the girl she said something like okay you can go ahead and just run your card. He's like okay. Do unroll i get. The job is something about. Do you try to pick the amount of whatever it's going to be just like no. This is total humane misinterpreted. Maybe i'm i'm butchering a but it was good. So we saw each other across the counter and said what up he did. He had on a buff thing pulled up over his neck. And then i had a mask so you recognized each other without mass. I don't recognize anybody with a mask. Even people like the other day. There was this one blonde girl who was in my house with the mask. And i was like caitlin well. There's another instance of amy celebrity. If you count back through the years reba. Obviously jimmy fallon kit more at the grocery store. Bread eldridge thomas. Rhett chip esten from nashville dolly dolly driving around turks sheryl crow. Oh with kimberly. Karen you just hang out where all these people. Now see that aranda. I see them in parking lot. Roy in parking. Who's that. I'm a red mic wilson gretchen. Or did you see her. Parking hartson own basketball coach. Yeah the basketball coach. My kids team the head coach the head coach so so we have threat lot. Here's a little back story. So we had football recently flag. Football and the coaches is a little bit drama. Whatever and there was only one volunteer coach. They said we need a spy. You know the teams to get better. So i volunteered to kind of help with quarterbacks and receivers and you guys have any games after none okay. You're oh god well. We got a lot better gay right so now in january here comes the basketball league. It's time to play basketball. And they're looking for coaches and so they're like all right. I know your two sons are gonna play. Do you want to be the head coach. Same team different kids different kids but it's stack stacking time. This is the time when you start looking at other players and like all right pulling players may steven wants to play the a baller. I wanna my team started things like that. What i'm saying your kids playing on the same team. Oh yes two. Little ones my foster kid and my seven year old. Yes but you've never played basketball. That's the one sport i never played. I tried out in middle school. one time. Seventh grade tried out. They laughed at me. What do you tell them. I mean. I think it's good that you want to be involved in your kids. I cus just on youtube or something you could watch to orioles. Yeah bones on pretty good at a. Ps four know the fundamentals va to. Have you learned. Pick and roll voller. You've seen me play your and i'm controlling guy which i in a sense. That's what i'm doing with these kids. I'm telling them how to run. Plays what to do. And how old are the kids They range from first and second grade. I'm going to say do it. Especially if they don't have any other coaches like if they're really looking straight. They're scraping not scraping yet. They're look to be proactive. Just think imagine how much your kids get to play if you're the coach. That's what i'm thinking. That's what i'm thinking because really you deal with all the time where like you. Put your kids in something. But the coach's son gets to be the star. It'll be all the time such a headache for you though having to deal with other parents what's your gut say. Yes or no well. My gut says no because i know nothing about basketball but my heart is like. Let's do something that you've never done before when you have to decide soon like two weeks i'm telling you i mean it starts in january and i've already talked to other parents and they're like oh we've got our team together. You got your team together already. They'll yeah eh bien experience for you for sure how many how long season i mean it's probably like looking at seven games bones. Would you like to be an assistant. Would not because. I can't promise i can be there for all the practices and if i'm not all the way on a can't be in. Okay can. I wouldn't be the assistant. It'd be the head. Because because i would like to be the head because i feel like the head coach doesn't really doing anything you should do it. It's so easy for you guys. Oh dude i want you to just like can laugh at you when you lose every single game and you have no idea. I want to go watch you. Try to coach hilarious. Day the whistle about it. I mean my kids thing is pretty cool. Have their data as the head coach. Let us know okay something else. I wanted to bring up raymundo. He's always trying to swindle listeners. Or get them to put in his code on a betting site. he's got his own racket. He and i really. It's a racket but now he you're stealing youtube tv from listener. Yeah one of our listeners. In saint louis so every night me and my wife left even watch local saint louis news but we get youtube tv. It's a sixty dollar price package for free. Thanks to jasko pasco how this come together. He just hit me up. He said we have two spots available. That are left on our youtube plan. It's grandma he said. Would you and your wife wanted on your tv your house and so we added it the other day we had a little situation. Because we're in nashville. He's in saint. Louis it said. Hey you need to get jasko to reestablish your connection or you're gonna get signed out. So i hit him up. I said hey man you need to get back on this. They're about to kick us out of your family plan but we're in like flynn right now. I mean we've been watching. Youtube tv with jasko. Is that real channels on youtube everything. Yeah i mean it's the future a cable people keep saying it but it's better than cable and it's cheaper at sixty bucks free for us who's jasko who. How did you meet jasko. I don't feel like i know him forever. We all watch tv together to help get in contact with jasko. The first time you randomly hit me up on. Dm's and said he wanted to do it for us. Because i was talking about canceling cable. And he said. I have the next thing. That's bigger than cable on. Its youtube tv. If there's a way we can get jazz later in the show if possible. That would be great. Do you have a favorite saint louis. News channel yet Four and five. I don't know but the weather's good there. There's some heavy crime though all really i'll be like oh man there's a shoot him in my wife's like that saint louis and we got good wing jasko on later two. That'd be awesome. Goodness wonder what jasko does he works at home. But he's a. He's busy mom and grandma. Thirteen hilarious kids transmitter on the show. Right now is allie in massachusetts. Hi allie hi. Good morning show morning show. I can't talk to you. Say morning studio studio coming here. we go integrity. It's just it's a muscle memory. I can appreciate alley. Where do you live in massachusetts springfield. A love there. We're gonna do a little something here. Aim you're gonna have a chance to win her a price okay. I'm going to play a game. Called named the classic rock lead singer. If you get five out of seven amy our alley here in springfield massachusetts when a gift card to walmart miami. That's walmart photo. Invite you to stay connected to the ones you love by making beautiful prints photo books and wall art from your favorite photos taken during your time spent at home. The one hundred dollar walmart photo gift card plus a walmart photo gift which is a blanket by the way of this lincoln face. Oh boy oh nice all right. I'll take that. Why all right allie. So you're gonna hang out if amy gets five of seven you win okay. Sounds great. Thank you here. We go amy. Can you name the lead singer of this band. So it's a whole process who's got to figure out the band and then name the league's yeah. We're thinking about that. One steven tyler. Herro smith is that wrong guns n. roses wrong. Let me start with a band. Like bobby said and then you can get tyler. Until he said. That wasn't right and i was like. Oh that's i don't even now. Here's the lead of who do you think guns n. Roses lead singer roses axl rose. That makes okay. Okay over one right next up. You've got band aerosmith steven tyler correct. Give that girl appoint job. Okay said you get name this lead singer what you're changing your answer. I was ready so we pulled down. Oh no who's that band. Okay you to releasing. Who did you call players martin. Own style listen. Thank you to for three. She has to get five out of seven name. The lead singer here. You go nirvana lead singer. Glenn nice you still on the run boys next one up through some way you got the same got it. You got easier than you think. Demand is oh satisfaction is that can beatles questions. We don't do questions okay. Well this is my guest now. Go ahead beatles mccartney incorrect. The rolling stones make jagger laos. You have to get. Thanks have to get the next to right to win. Name the lead singer son tag. By what a weird song pick verb all the song baseness stopping skin gone into. Amy has her hands on her head trying to channel. I'm gary in yeah. I don't know that she's gonna get this one amy. I know because didn't we. Have somebody come in and like cover all these song. Can you name the band. Queen queen is now associate that to the league trying to do now. I have in my head alexander mcqueen singer queen. i know. I know that's like this. That's all in my head. I know it's like No no okay. No not ray them about. Who's who's got up and and the lightning very very frightening gonna galileo. I watched a movie the movie that movie in that guy from the the the robot show play. Nellie give you said nothing. Amy's do i'm gonna tell you. This is the only one that you can hop in and help. This is the only one you can hop in and help on. If you know. Allie the answer. What is it alley. I'm sorry we're trying to allie allie. Would you have known it. He's on her own. I have no idea. Amy did yell out. Freddie mercury. That's correct thank you. How does it take you a year to get there. It's like i don't understand. Sometimes when i'm clear. Sometimes things come to me really quick and then that's easy trivia some days you might be say what's the capital texas and i'm going to be law. It'll take me forever. i'll get there. But then other days like austin. I don't know it's just we're down to the final question up in here. We're going to put her on a clock thirty seconds. Okay just because. I think we started that question yesterday. Okay okay okay last one. Who's the lead singer. Say mean uh-huh okay for the win for one hundred dollars walmart photo gift cards alliot springfield a blanket with my face on it. This is probably going. I don't know what you can do. A lot of us. The same warm amy. Who is that lead singer. Tv next is it. Stevie nicks out alley. How do you feel. I'm super excited. I think you you know what i wrote down right before replayed i'm going to win. I just thought. I'd put myself up a little bit confident. That's right him he's gonna take forever. We both knew that. Well either way. I wanted to go in believing in myself. Would you have known this one as a tiebreaker. Have one word what i said. Get the lead allen rock one zero two nine. Get the lead songs row. You know why because you're a guy and we talk like this on rock stations because we think guys like it like stick dead rock and roll meteo one. O two f. led zeppelin get the lead out who came up with. Take the lead out. Get the to get the eleven every rock station. Admiral single one. It's too for tuesday. today's wednesday. It's it's wet. Wednesday lead singer robert plant okay. I know that for when. I wear my led zeppelin shirt and you probably should know this one here. You go out see knows this. She doesn't get banned one dollars one dollars money. She won't know the band or the singer. Why yeah i believe in nine this one as i'm getting my dollar out get led zeppelin right. There's no way you the commodores right. Go ahead ahead. Who think that in a head there. It's the doors. The doors amy open mic open door open door. Oh my goodness. That's a great joke. Actually dollar jim morris. Ooh yeah jim nali congratulations. Thank you for. Playing not to is the morrison that sings. I girl van cousin seriously. No it's time for the good news a couple years ago courtney. More and her daughter arabella started. These things called. Blessing boxes in anchorage alaska little houses where they put food in it and they're usually by schools libraries that way families need a little extra food. They go there. It's free and they fill them up and thanksgiving right around the corner. They're putting little thanksgiving things in there and it teaches arabella nine years old. This is how you give back to your community if there was this in your neighborhood it. Oh my god but you don't need it but it's free. It's for anybody if you're walking by and you see some stove top stuffing us after you don't need the help to get the stove. Top stuffing well. What if that's what. I'm missing for my thanksgiving. Then you go to the store and buy it because you're able and then someone who can't buy it can have it well if they're going by they could go by the store because the stores the same distance from that blessing boxes for me. They can't afford it okay. Well you don't need that blessing but you'll take the blessing right. It is for anybody that would like it. So it's free sorta like there's ones in my neighborhood. Now that are free books difference though. Do you take the book. You don't need a book to survive and eat not only take the bus. There's nothing really good. they're all. I've looked in their for kids books because my kids read or they don't read you. Read them books but there's nothing good there beat up pages torn out and i'm like okay guys. Can we get some nice books in here for us. He leaves complaint note. So you got a mom and her nine year old daughter and they're doing blessing boxes. Blessing houses in you would stop by and take the food if you're hungry or wanted to even though you can afford a house and i wanted to cook something. Go to the blessing box another. It's for the community. And i am part of the community and i don't think anyone would argue with you right now. That's not true. He's not doing anything illegal right. It's just not right. Doesn't feel good to me feel terrible but how do you know that everybody goes to the blessing box really needs. I don't you just hope and trust and have faith that people that need it are going to get people that don't need aren't going to get it. It's sort of like those restaurants we hear about it. They you pay what you think. It's worth fifty cents. Go never been to one of those. I wish they had some of those around here. Because i'd be cheap every day every day like i don't know how they stay in business because i don't know what like i wanted that one band. They put out an album. They said oh. Pay what you want radiohead. Are you crazy. I paid a penny. Did i did. You're giving me a hard time about blessing box. But you stole music for young and dumb back. Then how twenty five. Well shutout tell me the name of this courtney. More and her daughter arabella there. You go that not lunchbox that that is what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Local businesses are so much more than the goods they sell. That's why bank of america and mastercard are teaming up to offer entrepreneurs the tools. They need to thrive from cyber security software to website. 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And i will try to wake him up and it takes me awhile and gets mad at me. Because he's like. I would rather sleep. Just leave me alone and it kinda causes us fight between us. So i'm just wondering if if i'm just making a big deal out of nothing and i should just leave him alone or i think i'm looking for him but he just gets mad at me. Volvo class advice given yeah le- malone ongoing your whole life. Why why push it. Leave him alone. This is just how is bodies wired. Let them go to sleep. If you wakes up and crawls back into bed later all good not worth it. Easy when i know. That's not the answer you want but let it go well. I kind of expected but it's like he sleeps so hard. I think i'm looking out for him. Like you're going to be really uncomfortable or you brush your teeth or like i'm thinking i'll look out for him. He's i'm dangerous alone for some reason. He starts to be uncomfortable or as neck hurts. He's like hey. Would you start waking me up then you can do that. Otherwise leave him alone. I'm sorry let them her. Sometimes we have to learn hurting. We don't always learn about people telling us what we should do. We have to. We have to do it wrong. Couple times so hailey. Thank you for your call. I'm sorry that's not the advice you needed. Hey thanks for having me last night. Which if your partner whomever. It is a heavy sleeper or once they do fall into a heavy sleep they go into some sort of physical routine. Tell you last night. Apparently i was holding and have my phone in my hand. But i was asleep and i was holding my phone up talking into a facetime with my arm above my head and caitlyn grabbed my arm and pulled down. It was like you're not on your phone but you were asleep. I was asleep. Wow you must've been dreaming about face timing or something. But i've dreamed about a lot of stuff and i acted out with my body but she said i had my arm. All the way reached down holding my phone in front of my face going. Hey yeah that's fantastic. She said you know what. I was looking at any other listeners. Out there they are. the partners. Do really extreme fiscal things. While they're sleeping. Let me know you can call. Don't let me feel so alone here. That's interesting eight. Seven seven seventy seven. Bobby that's our phone number. Eight seven seven. Seventy seven bobby. Let's do the news. Bobby's story dolly parton is being credited by the folks on twitter with helping find a vaccine for covid nineteen earlier this year dali announced she was donating one million dollars to nashville vanderbilt hospital to help advance the research. Being done for a vaccine it turns out. Vanderbilt was part of the madonna. Trials and madonna just announced their experimental vaccine had ninety five percent rate of positivity in human trials. They showed a graph of where the money came from. A huge chunk of it was dolly glow. I'm just happy that anything odd do can help somebody else. Donated the money to the covid fund. I just wanted it to do good and evidently a pure real. So what can we name after dolly parton in this town that we name like airports are named after folks yes. Does our airport have a name. Yeah the guess nashville. International airport pretty lame killing name. It like dolly parton titan stadium. that's already nissan. Got its berry field. Nashville in an airport after colonel. Harry s berry. Oh okay well. I wonder he probably wouldn't mind. Because i love joelene anyway. Dolly parton shutout. Obviously you're the best. Let's do another one bobby's story. People magazine has announced their sexiest man. For twenty twenty. There is that's right. You know that place where the revolt it is. Michael b jordan. I agree michael jordan. Quite good looking guy. I watched that guy do those rocky movies apollo call. Yeah whatever he is ripped of those. Like sometimes i'll still be working out and picture back when he was running behind the truck because they go to some like desert camp and he's so ripped. I still picture that in my head. I want to be like that and then something like a year ago. So i totally could be down for michael b jordan being the sexiest man of two thousand. Twenty more you think about this. Oh yeah i mean. I would totally date michael jordan. He is a very nice looking man. Are you okay with him being sexiest man. yes. I would have chosen him one hundred percent. Amy yeah totally. That's a good one but there's also hope for us nerdy guys like myself. Who does not look like a michael jordan. Listen if we walked into a restaurant same time nobody would confuse me from michael jordan knee way whatsoever they would go the opposite of michael jordan is here however dan levy levy dan levy from Splits creek yeah was just landed a spot. It just landed on in the magazine for one of their sexiest man. Alive got dark glasses. Kind of goofy looking gashi eyebrows love. It can't get enough in nerdy guys representing here actor writer emmy winner now people's sexiest man alive for that guy. We saw him in a restaurant. Who is with me. Might be was yeah. We're yelling and so we're lucky enough. Our show is syndicated all over the world and so we get shipped up to canada. It's a fantastic day hanging out with a radio station partner. They're never been to canada. We go to this. This really boozy place. And they're like okay. Go in not a lot of folks can get in there and like well. Why are we getting here. That they have pulled some strings. And so we'd go up and they're like hey. You probably shouldn't be on your phones in here. I didn't know what was a rule will be on your phone. And i'm like okay wink wink. Don't worry about. I thought they may just because we had people that were buying our show. And i needed to present so i look over and you. Dan levy levy. How do you say his name. Lebane- dan levy sitting at a table. Like three over with buddy. Pull on my phone. I'm holding like my sternum. And i'm trying to be cool about it but you never call about it and i'm recording. It and i see he sees me doing it. Oh no philadelphia. Your bright red phone case while i gave you live right and so Someone comes up and goes. Hey you're not allowed to have a phone out in here like like a server. This is where the celebrities coming in. So i'll never forget that moment all the canadian celebrities. But that's where they film S creek right and the thing is we could probably say it because it's s. c. h. It's at the last night in you. Walk that line risky. Stay away from it my son. I don't know. I don't know he's saying it but sometimes when he's threatening he's about to say that he's like okay fine. I'm about to say s. H. e. e. t. all day long and i'm like the gas stations. H he thinks that's how you spell alleged the bad word but he thinks it's cute because he thinks that's how you spell as sag et. And i was like well. You can say that all day long go for it. You got a couple of things to ts here. Coming up finally got the guy on the phone. That's giving her a his youtube tv channel. Oh what's his name. Jasko perfect if you missed the segment earlier. Jasko reaches out to ray and goes. Hey got you covered. Give them a log into his youtube tv account which is all live tv. He lives in saint. Louis so ray watches the saint louis news on that account every night to we have jasko coming up. One of the biggest hits in a while. Mars guests are concerned. Also got a bunch of callers here. They're ready to talk about them or their spouses or partners doing crazy things in their sleep. Perfect here on kahlil in wisconsin. I then we'll get a song on kayla what's going on. I i'm doing good. How are you doing doing pretty good. Tell me about this here. Because i was apparently holding my iphone while i was sleeping out in front of my face talking into it. Yeah so it's only happened once or twice but my boyfriend has screened in. And i've asked him like what are you doing and he. He said. I thought there was a dog on my chest. And i had dared away. What get it happened two times. Though like two times he had a scare dog away by screaming. So reenact if you can what it sounds. Gosh in the middle of the night Just picture a whole loud beller. I don't know if i really can enact it for you scream. No i'm i'm might scare my dog though we don't care give rip you. Want me to try and reenact what he sounds like. I really need to feel it and understand it goes. It goes in middle of the night. Kahlo appreciate that where he lives in wisconsin madison. They're used to winter there. You know. I ice eddie ever worked walked out on this amazing you out of your mind dude. Kayla talk to you later. Thank you for calling. Thanks so much for talking guys. Have a good morning. Let's talk to andrea in north carolina. Who's on the phone andrea governing. Good morning studio. I have a husband who is a vice president of a big food Restaurant highway fifty five and eastern north carolina. And he's always on the phone. So i had a them one night. 'cause he woke up in the middle of the night with the remote control. Well he didn't like sleeping hit his remote control and he had up to his ear. Talking on that's awesome. Do you get picture that that's funny. Video love it. that's hilarious. Good one thing. We pull out a parties. I'm like look this is what you do in your sleep. That's funding to thank you for the call. Hope you have a good day. Thank you you too thank you. Let's take one more kisha in arkansas. You're on the bobby bones. Show kisha what's going on. Hey good more than studio. I'm so tiny to be talking to you all. But i can't say that my fiancee josh always eat things in the night like i woke up and caught him He took the batteries out of our and aid them. Fit into them. And so I've got him meeting or he's like dishwashing liquid. I've found things in the microwave that he's tried to cook. I'm like he will eat anything in this guy. It's not your dog. it's your husband right boyfriend okay. My fiance isn't this to where you have to physically him. If he's going to hurt himself child lock thing. Yeah i'm well. I've considered getting cameras to see but yeah it's a little bit. I'm a little bit worried about it. Yeah that's concerning like he could die eight something. He drank dishwashing liquid data. He did the next day he kept like feeling something in its mouth and when he got home and he was like. That's exactly the taste ipad in my mouth. All day of all day should thank you for the call. If you have an awesome day. Thank you later. I will come back in a second. You got some more calls like this. We love him crazy things. Because again i had my arms stretched out up above my head in the middle of the night looking into an iphone. That wasn't there because i was asleep. You guys are doing crazy in your sleep. Let me know eight seven. Seven seventy seven bobby. Also at this time tomorrow the hot chip challenge s chip cost fifteen dollars for one chip in the hottest chip in the world listeners. I said don't do this bit. Many listeners have called and said. Don't do this bit because you will regret it but one of us will have to eat the hot chip on the air tomorrow morning. We'll spend the wheel tomorrow and see who it'll be at this time on the phone right now in. Saint louis is jasko jasko. What's going on with you not much. Good morning good morning so you reached out to raymundo on instagram. True twitter tweet him. And you say what i would around the time. Football season started Talking about You're watching the game and hit him. He mentioned he didn't have anywhere to watch it so i reached out and offered the To watch remind you so here you pay for this youtube tv account right. This is basically like a cable package. You pay your money. I do. But i do have like three people. That are the on the plan to and you didn't think to ask right at chip-in. Hey for a few bucks. You can be part of the plan. You are just nice enough to go. Hey man i heard you whining even though you have a great job and you just find financially argue winding i wanna give you one of the links to my account that that is what went through your head. Neither real need and I did make money off of kaido. His lock bullcrap rape wrong every week. Already been down that road. I lost five of seven. Time raimondo's locks. He's awful bedding the only one. The only one i ever did was actually Opposite anyone anyone. Okay that makes sense so and raimondo's on your channel and he says you watch saint louis news every night because i guess you guys are local. Saint louis yeah are. Are you gonna let them. Stay on this forever as long affected raimondo. What to say to. Jessica i mean honestly. I enjoy watching cammo. V news channel four at night. Jasper watches as well and listened. They're on your side. That's why i love that juicy jazz. Can you see what raise been watching i can. No you can't thing we were going gonna ask what kinda weird shows that. You've been watching. Okay i think that's very nice of you. If for any reason you ever want to pull that subscription from ray. Don't feel like he's going to come on the air and trashy because i won't let him. I think what you did very generous generous. And i hope that translates into some good christmas karma for you all right. See you later. Bye-bye verge. How much money. Saving your sixty a month expensive and we were able to cancel cable so even more than that. I've offered him before. And maybe i need to again chip in a little bit eventually. They're going to shut it down. They don't want people in different cities on youtube tv. But i think he has a bunch of links and you can let people like netflix. Family plans four people that can watch time. Well then we're golden. I'm lucky that it is now. Five friends sixty five bucks a month. Jackson has friends. They just pay for their own things. I like saint louis. Tv the honestly is it better than ours. Yeah they get The only hill yet to football games. We only get one because we're in an nfl city. They're not danielle and florida. You're on the show talking about weird things you do in your sleep. Would you get last night or would you. What have you done recently. Well it was my husband. Actually he likes to work out a lot and he With bench pressing have sleep. He did henrik while he was sleeping. He was doing the bench press emotion with his arms. Oh yeah he did full head. He was like that's awesome. That's really sleeping. I only get into talking. Have elite or doing physical things. If i'm sleeping really soundly. Which is rare because i really need to be checked into next level in order to get to that spied so if i'm half asleep or not sleeping well you're not gonna see me doing burpee or eating pie or anything like that and then you talk like in a feminine voice to well we can ask kaylin. I don't know if i have recently but we've just confirmed so john party on fridays coming in bringing summer his about to be wife and they're gonna play caitland i in the newlywed game. Oh great you can ask her then. Okay i still talk feminine. Fimat thank you for your call. We appreciate that will be a great day. You go to jennifer and missouri jennifer. You're on the bobby bones. Show what's going on. So my husband is a chronic sleep walker. He one night. I woke up. He was cnn our doorway and he was on the phone. And i said what are you doing. He had nine one one on the phone. He's said that someone was under our bed with a gun. And i had to get up and reassure nine one one that we did not in fact anybody in our house with a gun so the cops come though. Because i would think if you've got a nine one one call where there have to respond respond. Oh my gosh. What if you happen to be then intruder with the gun. And you're tricking them. Do all clear. And i didn't think of that at the time but i think of it. Now they're nine one one operas seventeen year old kid. I green online Yeah whatever believe you. That's wild and so what have you guys done. In order to combat his crazy sleep activities Really haven't done anything but he. He has kind of settled down as he's getting older because i mean it used to be all the time we had bears in the basement. We've had alligators in the bathroom. She one time woke up and he was on his knees on our bed and he had his blanket. All what up in his arms. And i said what do you do in. And he goes. I caught a bird. Yeah i was like no you did. And he was like. There's a burden here and i was like no. There's not and he goes. Do you want me to let it go. And i was like well well now where he gets up with. His blanket runs to the back door open in starts flailing his blanket. Like he's letting in lisburn going to the wild all asleep. Oh yeah this guy's live in bear grylls live all he's asleep in the normal guy like when he's but here's the thing i would worry about because he's so action packed in his sleep what he's upset you and tries like stab you or something in not knowing accidentally right or he thought you were someone bad. Well i don't really know he hit me and then i woke up and then he's like. Oh my gosh. i'm so sorry this would be the perfect act if you faked a bunch of stuff and they wanted to murder them and then it was on record at how nutty were sleeping. They're like he's done this before. So like you do like nine or ten of these and again you drink a little dishwashing liquid. You walk outside your whitey tidies and do. Ymca you do. A bunch of stuff enact asleep and then you're so mad you decide to kill earnestly bones. You're going to scare her. No no no listen to me here and then you like no. Obviously there's this track record of me. Doing i'm so sorry and the judge. Are you sure you're sorry. Yes sir you're free and then all of the needs free and he's writing a book they let those people hospital your free like the bird that you can't promise you didn't mean to do your on your free stop it you know. I do wonder though with their husbands brain. I wonder has he ever thought about maybe doing some work to get deepen their like. What if there's there's something going on back there that's creating these patterns in his. I will say that it has dropped off dramatically since he quit playing video games. Okay okay video game hater in the house you take that up okay right. We believe that well you very much for calling. That is the best story. I don't know that anyone can top that and hope the bird was okay. Yeah as long as a bird and the bears and alligators are good to animal guys really tugs him. A heart okay. We'll keep in touch with us from time to time. We're going to be worried about you. By jennifer good day. What a great call. Yeah amazing you always thinking your like. I'm going through some pretty messed up stuff. And then you hear someone you look. I'm all good in every nice. He's worried about whether or not he's gonna ride an ostrich crazy all right. Call us if you want eight. Seven seven seventy seven bobby tomorrow morning. Somebody on the show eats the hottest chip available in human form. We're going to spend the well. We've been told not to do this. Segment not only by callers but buyer management. But you know what are they going to come in. Nope corona time. Nobody's coming in stop us. That's tomorrow morning on the show around this time though. Hey it's bobby bones and if you're like me you burn through your to watch list months ago and you've been hungry for a new way to have fun. Well i've got good news. Best fiends has over five thousand levels. And since you can change your little scenes whenever you want it feels different. Play all the time. Now you've probably heard about best fiends bhai now. A lot of members on the show love playing. It's five star rated. Let you play with friends or family no matter where they are and with so many fun puzzles. There is always something to do. So let's let's try it out if you're looking for a free download that is tons of fun best beans here very easy to do you. Download best beans for free on the app store or google play. That's it download. Best beans four free e on the app store or google play and start playing apart together. That's friends without the our best fiends. best f. i e end. espn's check it out. It's fun game. But i do think that you're gonna love this. George clooney story where he finally come clean and city. I gave fourteen in my friends. Each one million dollars. That was always the rumor but you know how stories go somebody. Here's something game fifty bucks next thing you know. He confirmed the oscar winner. Confirm rumors they him. One million bucks to fourteen of his closest friends back in two thousand thirteen. He said quote. It's not basically. If i get hit by a bus there on the will so why the blank and my waiting to get hit by a bus a few years ago he and his buddy said that they had some friends over and he gave them all cash. But we didn't know fourteen friends in one million dollars. Fourteen close friends. That's crazy to that. He has fourteen friends that he that close to and i wonder if they're still friends you got no your friends for life. And he's also invested in if he needs some sort of oregon group and see which one matches because somebody's gotta give it to him. He has a net worth of five hundred million dollars according to forbes but he gave fourteen one million dollars crazy. I was looking at this painting this morning. It's from eighteen sixty. It's called the expected. One by ferdinand george waldo more. It's going viral. This painting again. This painting is from eighteen. Sixty you can come grab it. What is she holding in this painting in your mind holding cell phone an iphone on twitter. What and it's from what year eighteen sixty. But what does she hold a time traveler. That's what she is someone painted. Are you sure no-one photoshop. That old painting positive. But what is she really holding an iphone by iphone. Twelve max frederico call it or whatever his name is ferdinand harsh while mueller that he say there's an iphone twelve. he's dead. He painted in nineteen sixty. They think could be a small prayerbook. It's an iphone though. Okay that's what. I it has the apple on it and everything. Now let me see it's not hd it does look like he's holding me. I walk anywhere head down in front of me. Your brain could be reprogrammed to prefer fruit instead of chocolate by zapping neurons. To make healthy foods seem more appealing. It just seems like a sensitive place to be zapping recklessly the brain all about some chocolate point zapping all the sudden. I wanna eat cat chow. You don't distract the doctor. While he's zapping and accidentally zap he tax before he zaps. Kids been bad at school. Next thing you know you wanna eat poop from reason neurons and the brains orbital frontal cortex fire when evaluating choices. They were discovered two thousand six but it was unclear if they guided choices. Us experts stimulated these neurons in monkeys. As they chose between drinks they found that electric currents could be used to disrupt choice about evaluations wondering could be made. One shock made to make wondering more appealing. That i need a load more data to work on this for a few months and release a little study there but the brain man. We don't know anything about it. The weird thing. Yeah let's go over and we're still talking to folks who go through crazy sleep issues because that last night i was apparently as i was sleeping holding my arm all the way out talking into an iphone going well. That's fantastic visual. What are you doing. What are you in so i was like who does this. And so we've had some crazy calls. Let's go over and talk to because there's some funny ones here. Amanda in tennessee is on the phone. Amanda welcome to the bobby brown. Show thank you. What would you like to say well when we were first married. My husband was quitting chewing and one night. I'm really light sleeper. And i felt kind of moving around. I knew he was dreaming. And the next thing. I knew my face was soaking. Wet with a mouthful of hispanic. He thought he was chewing. And spitting it on your face dip. Yeah yes. let's entire pillow. What do you say to a guy when he does that. I didn't say anything. Just shoved him off with the bed. And then what did he say. Whenever you won't go surprised. But he i think he remembered the dream so he he knew what was wrong. That's probably convince her. If you're like there's no way we'll actually. I was in the third inning small player. Thank you for your call. Hope you have a great day thank you to do you like beer at all. Yeah i mean. Miller lite probably. Or what's that michelob. ultra light. They have some pomegranate cactus. One good going to sound good on some really light beers beer guy. Oh yeah loggers when we tore always ask for local local craft beer. I'm like okay pretentious. We're going to be traveling. I might as well try the local beer even not i'm like amy miller lite. Let's go then. You can really tell the difference in beer. Oh yes absolutely. Like a waffle house is partnering with a company to make bacon flavored beer. Amy's face says no eddie. What is your face. my face says. I'll try anything but that sounds disgusting. Really don't want wanna drink making. You know to eat bacon yeah. Waffle house has collaborated with the oaken brewing company to create a red l. whether unique flavor according to the greensboro georgia based brewery the waffle house bacon and eggs bacon and eggs. That's funny the website. Says it's dark red in color with a scent and flavor of bacon blended with the beer base you would try. Absorb sounds good. It sounds gross. But i mean you know. Like what are you say they. They don't release this stuff without having like taste tests and people saying hey actually tastes pretty good so i'm sure it tastes all right and when i told you guys about the ice cream with turkey and cranberry Sounds gross. it sounds fantastic. What have we went ice cream. The other night at jimmy's ice cream here in town and i had the goat cheese the good. I know what you're talking about cheese in berry. That's what it was like. Go cheese and i was like you know what has to be good because it looks so disgusting so i tried it. S good is there you go. It's called goat cheese with red. Cherries like always tell girls. When i was like nineteen or twenty i may look disgusting. But if you ever say that to. Anyone was a young kid. I don't forget tomorrow. We eat the hot chip someone on the show as deep the chip that they only one fifteen dollars for one chip. That will happen right here on the show tomorrow have a great day. 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8/13/20  Extreme left riots decluttering our country.

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8/13/20 Extreme left riots decluttering our country.

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What I have an opinion that I expressed in this program, some things I'm just convinced. Some. Rather. Confident of. Others. Way. It's a mild opinion and in some cases player just making me gas. At I've always tried. To make it clear which category they would fall it. You know and. I should people are asking are you going to have a football picking contest this? Depends, they're going to have a football season. Have you been getting these questions? Why do I, what? I was just assuming you're going to say no when I said, why don't you ever get these questions and he said, yes, he is getting these questions Oh. Yeah. Well, everything's out of all. We don't know they're not be college football ed if there's just limited, we know it's like everything else if there's a point doing it will we'll do it. But if there's not a we aren't going to do it but that would be a perfect example of. Whether, certainly, I don't think anybody could say with any kind of Adam and certainty that they're convinced as the what's going to happen in a football game but you might have some games in which you're far more. Persuaded of an opinion than you are of others. I used for quality allergies because they always work. The media in its commentary on everything. Expresses everything with absolute certitude There's no room for wiggling at all. Now, you would think this would be dangerous. If you stated things with absolute certitude every time and you were. Wrong. You think eventually it'd be a laughing-stock. For. Instance. If. We did my football picking contests than what we like twenty weeks in a year something like that. And I went on twenty. Twenty one shot up. You'll like those people correcting you Tucker Carlson on Kamala versus cavalier. You hear his response to that. I'm so happy with Tucker Carlson's response. So what? Is. The NAG's nannies out there Tucker Carlson. So I think he's going to call her Kamala Harris now for the rest of the year just to get under their skid just drive crazy that people who like to correct things like that. I don't know how long Tucker Carlson's GonNa last but that's almost that other question the point that I bake is. If I. Went Over Twenty One. But every week instead of home one night at doing just. Absolutely, told you I was going to write this era more for disagreed with me. I'd be a full. Yet the media and the left is wrong about everything. Always. But they don't have that sense of shame. Why. because. There's nobody to call about it. WHO's the call the media on media missteps other than the media, the media by definition is. The most pieces of our society, the only people to call them on them would be others voice, but obviously, most voices are held by the media themselves. Now. Let's talk about the extending media. There's no good term for yet people use the term social media. That's a bad term. We need a better term for. When social media came out it was when people were posting got facebook. I married we went up north for the cat to see the cabin that that's not what facebook and Google and twitter at irony there. Now, the most powerful news sources in the world there are I guess half the people in this country under the age of forty, get their news from social media from the news feeds they google put out and fake and facebook puts out I. You get a lot of yours facebook's newsfeed. Don't you? Yes so It's I therefore I think that it's not correct to just referred to this as social media anymore because the the usage that people get from this is way beyond just social chit. Chat Ed. Look at this photo of the baby picture and so on. It is your source of news facebook may be a more important source of news that the New York Times right now. So I'M GONNA call this the extended media. When people who are not in the media tried to call the media on their misstatements they often have no form other than the extended media put something on twitter put something on facebook but even then those things are being taken down right now with shocking regularity. To Express Eddie criticism. Of Certain stated expertise Kuroda virus that I'm telling you. It's really Fast they get those things off his social media. Even if you draw attention to. The wrongness of somebody of the statements you I mean you could get a cottage industry just coming up with all of the things that that quack. Anthony Fauci has been Rog abode. But. If you try to posted on social media just dowd. It's God. To understand what I was referring with regard to nuance of opinion, I, try. and. I always had met with Iraq I just don't understand why the be. Well, I know what the media as. Thorough, the time I'm only a little bit. So therefore, there's never any problem with doing it. It isn't exactly humiliating to admit your Iran when someone like me being an incredibly brilliant a conservative is wrong. Only a pot occasion. If the media admitted, they were run every time they admitted they were wrong. They would literally have to correct every single thing that they would ever say I beat it would become tedious the newscasts but mostly just the correction and the admission of Rodney's. So, as you go through things and see how things are playing themselves out. I've tried. To show extreme confidence in the things that I'm very very. Certain. Others that I? Think, very, very likely I'm right and then lower and lower and lower as things go along now made this comment about silver earlier in the week. When silver had finally had the long-awaited pullback silver was going up like eighteen nineteen days and finally pulled back five bucks i. I don't know if I come was give it a week or For everybody who missed the WHO missed the opportunity today's that can jumped in and get some of it again, I stated that with I would say that would be in my category, two of the four categories of strong confidence that I think that. Silver what it was twenty five is far likelier to be fifty before it's cat. In other words, it's a tremendous buying opportunity silver of courses bonds back. Pretty good. It's almost mates that back with highs I think the highs run twenty, nine and thirty, but it's in the mid twenty sevens right now. Now. Here's my plan for bringing this up at the beginning of the program. Let's. Let's suppose that what happened with precious metals here this summer and if you're not aware really all year but especially, this summer precious metals at especially silver have exploded in price. And I happened as you know to be of the opinion that is the beginning stages of a term bull market. That's premise thaad a declining dollar and inflation. But. I could be wrong I. Mean they're going to be right or wrong. Well I guess the thirty could be somewhere in be in other words, gold and silver kind of just hang around flat for the next five years. In one of those things, it'd be right wrong or somewhere in the middle. Right. Let's imagine get I'm Rod. At, it would be good if I'm wrong. Generally speaking precious metals in commodities exploded price when the economy is having real problems. So it'd be good if I'm rock. Let's imagine for example, Selva goes down, to twelve. Well. First of all y'all know you want all know yard be say I thought that. You know when silver was fourteen screaming was eighteen the party was on what it was twenty four. Here we go but it was thirty. This is not the end. So pulls back to twenty five I e better getting your now. So if I roy, it goes to twelve. What's the point of me? Say I never said that you all know I said it. Not Admitting your ride gets in the end Kinda pointless. Paul says it's like a gopher cheating their own score. Why is it that you or you try to wade into the analogy thing I am the master of the analogy why is it like that? Do you mean you don't mean an attorney that you mean like a Golfer that you`re A friend that a force of yeah. Because when they do we get on TV we all you know. Can't cheat I still. Would've remarkable things to me I drink up all the time I forget which tired of it was, but it was the judge said where he supposedly committed this infraction and Fan saw it on TV and they called it into the PGA and they docked the next day. That's still blows me away that a fan at home can catch up I wanna do that baseball every time I, see a pitch tin that strike box that they call the ball I want to be able to get on the Horn and make baseball correct tat instantly. Well, it's point gulfs the only sport where you would actually let a trouble. That's where Tucker Carlson, the come in. So what so he did they didn't catch it. So what why is it your job at? Why do you care? Dolphins the Post Anal Sport we have. Right Now there's not any what like well. We've settled so much what would be second? Don't ask the opposite of ADL NASCAR does whatever they want whenever they feel like it racist going on too long without a yellow flag they'll just oh, debris the track I laugh about that all the time there has never been one lap in the history of Nascar that somewhere on the wasn't debris. By the very nature of it Oh, we got debris track. Okay. Horse horseracing is. It's weird in that it's both anal and completely not the same time. There are some things that are anal about it. But mostly I made mostly. Mostly cheating is rampant and it's lawless and I would be one of the things we need the we have more of the Anal we've got to be a little anal ticky tack disqualifying especially in New York riders for interference and so on. That's a big controversy in the sport. Olympic. Sports tend to be anal. Yeah. You're right about that. Practice field is rather radio. I don't Jimmy is anal. I guess I don't I. It's Ticky tack. Well, how do you mean like if they don't land of yeah, I suppose of but now we're reaching the fact of the matter as we can't come up with anything that even approaches golf in terms of just the opposite, the number of little rules that they. And then all these golfers they pride themselves on knowing all of them I don't know what's worse that they have all these rules, but some golfers actually know them. Like a while he addressed the ball and you did like. I don't. Like, you can't contact the ball with the club head or something or another. You can't grout. You can't ground what is it? You can't ground the club when you're putting is that what it is? teebox you can't. You can't take a practice the but there's something about grounding the club when you're putting you see or or is it Something where you're not supposed to let the club had hit the ground before you. Before you hit the ball. I I don't even know. So that's my point but they got all of these ridiculous. What did we get off on the whole Adl thing? So anyway getting back to the point that I make about. And there is in the end I always try to pay off at often these rants. There's no point in me trying to ny that I was wrong about something. No sometimes, people will misquote me. For example, I might have said a will happen if be occurs be didn't occur the eight and half to say, well, the beat didn't happen I said that in order for this to happen there has to be another thing or I will say something and make it only a mild opinion and some people will act though I guarantee that it would occur but by in large. I didn't see trump letting the presidency I thought as you know in the general election, my commentary the day before is I thought it was a lacklustre the people thought and I was struck by the fact that he puts so much effort into Wisconsin that I felt his people blue something but I didn't predict that he was going to carry the state. So, when he won the state, I admitted that I was surprised is of the all IDA is GonNa. Really you know he was going to where, where was that commentary from you before the election. There is a consequence though. And this is my payoff of the point. and. After I, give you the paper to give you the sizzling summer cash contests texted word for the three o'clock hour. There's a consequence to nobody ever calling the media. For being wrong when they're. Just as there is a consequence for nobody ever calling the left for being wrong when they're rod. For example, everything lefties have ever done in public education has been a disaster. The areas that they have the most control of Public Education is republic education is the worst they control almost all public education, but it is overwhelming control in the big cities. Where there is nobody else that has that he put all of that's republic education is the worst. The consequence of nobody to call them all the mistakes that they've made in all the things that they said that was going to happen happening is. They end up not being discredited when they the next thing. Now, go back to my original analogy the. On Twenty, one of the football season with the football picks, let's imagine I was Owen seventy can use imagine if I was seventeen. I mean I could imagine you being seventeen but can you just imagine if I was the one seventeen? You'd never hear the end of it and people would tune into here my idiotic thing and they would laugh about the next thing, the media and the liberals on seventeen there. Oh, in two, hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand yet. They don't have that same mocking and ridiculing with the next thing that they come down with because there's nobody ever to blow the whistle same thing for example, with Fauci the cracks been wrong about absolutely every single thing. So therefore, whatever the next thing that he paddles off about with regard to the corona virus should be mocked and ridiculed given the fact that he's been wrong. But since nobody's blown the whistle and all of the earlier mistakes he doesn't get. That step to says them with the next thing that he comes out and says. When let me give you the word? They don't finish off that white whereas. Sizzling summer catch? Fun. F. Should I have had to spell fun. Yeah for. All because I think they might have thought I was saying a different word. Oh, well, it spa as in. Go have some fun. You have until four o'clock to Texas. Now she's going to two thousand dollars texts that into two hundred, hundred text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Messaging rates apply. In this. Contest. By contrast. When Republican politician. What a conservative politician. Predict something or does something? Does it work out? You never hear the end of it? It's even got to the point of these newspapers do these fact checks where they come out and they say that the Republican is wrong even when they're not. You'll often see conservative politician I can accommodate Republican politicians say something it's undeniably true and they'll rule it false. So there's that constant. Hyper examining scrutinizing everything that anyone right of center ever says. And any statement they make any? Projection, they make any policy decision that they bay. Is criticized forever. Let me go in time to make a point. I will grant you that sometimes we evaluate decisions too early. I'll use a football analogy again it just amazing how well they work. After the NFL draft every year. You'll often see the media come out and give grades how a team drafted. The same thing happens in college sports with the recruiting classes. Well. Let's ridiculous to grab at greater draft after the day after the draft is over. The players haven't played yet the time degrade the draft is after those players all get to the NFL or a recruiting class after they played two or three years in college where you could see whether or not they pad out or not. But everybody wants to make instant judgment on things. I would say that you can't really evaluate in NFL draft until five years after the fact. And if you go back and look at some of the Packard raspy indeed, we're able to find that if you look five years after the fact that some of those drafts including almost all of Ted Thompson's final drafts were absolute disasters. That there wasn't a single player never bite at all pro. There wasn't even a starter that would come on them. But you really can't even do that as I'll use it as A. Slowdown I'll use as an example. Last year is good class. Clearly, some talented players edit. Bot. Gary. Barely got on the field pro. Plug that tank we deliver propane straight to you extend your aunties went through. That's. Pain taxi pro Pentax Dot Com let's cook in this weekend. If reeling is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code bbq Ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchange delivered to your door. It's that easy with propane taxi. So you can focus on family friends and fun at Tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon moheda in new. Guava Market Rita smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork case for a mini summer. 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I think many people especially, if there is a packer season, this year are expecting to see significant improvement from Gary given the fact that he's such an incredible athlete and you think that that would translate into being able to make plays in the football field. So that's my football analogy. Some of these things you have to give time to in order to make a judgment on. Somebody does something in terms of economic policy to look at what things are like five weeks later but that's not enough time. I've got one where we have enough time. It was in twenty eleven. That one of the most controversial policy decisions in the history of the State of Wisconsin was implemented. Governor Walker proposed that the Republican legislature implemented. A series of. Educational Reforms. Aimed at lowering the cost of public education. Making public employees pay at least something for their obscene benefits. And finally once, and for all break the backs of the Teacher's Union in the excessive. Import, they were giving to how the schools were body. All three of those are part of the goals we wanted to weaken the Teacher's Union saw that they could stop shopping you around going and making all of these decisions about policy that clearly were resulting in poor quality schools given the fact that most people were aware the public education it Wisconsin with sliding also had far higher costs for our education than almost any other state in the nation. For. No evidence and we've had this problem of high property taxes in the state of Wisconsin for the longest time. The opponents of act can. And we all recall the Walker was recalled over the thing in every that a recall election rather over the situation in. So Audrey, all recall all of the horrible predictions that would occur if act was implemented. It's now nearly ten years later. That's enough. Todd, not map. None of. Now one of the bad things that we were told was going to happen happen what? Instead, school taxes actually went down some of the budgets guided a better shape. We manage to get the union out of having as much input. They still have a lot of input because they control school boards but at least They didn't have the ability to go at it. Starting to go she hitting things like. How to teach the classes and so odd and none of the things that we were told that what the awful things that were going to happen happen. In fact, just the opposite occurred during Walker's tenure, the economy of the state improved dramatically. Once, we made this move to reform education reform local taxation. We suddenly became very attractive for business and industry to locate into the state. We had a tremendous job boom, all of the stuff that happened. Up until we chose the put twenty or some place and started at screw things up, the point that I make is that's enough time to evaluate the decision. Let's imagine. that it went the other way. That all of the terrible things that we are going to happen because of that can actually happen. You'd never heard the end of it. How many stories have you seen in the media going back though and say you know what? Act had worked. And none of the terrible things that we were told we're going to happen happen while Scott Walker is right. There isn't a single story from the media that goes back and says, the Republicans were right. But if the Republicans arrived, you'd never hear the end of it likewise on the opposite side. If a liberal public policy is put in place and it turns out not to work. You are going to get the media coming forward and saying you know what that didn't work. I'll give you a very recent example. The DRA cody and estimates of the number of people in the United States and we're GONNA DIE FROM CORONA VIRUS Millions based on that Imperial College Model. How many mainstream media stories have you seen mean on the conservative media mainstream media stories have gone back. And focused on the terrible decisions that were made on the basis of that awfully wrong prediction how many stories for example, have you seen mocking and ridiculing Andrea Palm the crack from Madison for her horribly wrong predictions on deaths in Wisconsin which were all based on that national figure none. Or if I say virtually nut. Virtual not. If those stories word People would have less reason to fall for the supposed expertise. Of these cracks the next time they predicted something. The next time we said we should do something given their lengthy track record of being Rod. So. Well I always try to admit when I'm wrong and I don't mean like every little minor little thing including things I forgot. But you know I used as an example because I have a fairly strong opinion and again I hope it wrong about this. That we're headed for commodity inflation because of significant weakening of the dollar and paying the price for policies of both political parties, and if we don't end all of the stimulus that pretty soon, the dollar is going to be trashed really really badly you're already started to see because of changes in the way of life and changes in lifestyles a lot of course going up in particular real estate. Suburban real estate which did not keep up with urban real estate up at the last fifteen years is headed to a new heyday again. For again a lot of reasons that we see societally plus I believe that we are headed for the first time really in forty years in this country, their people at the age of forty five inflation is. They just don't. We haven't had real inflation since Jimmy Carter left. People can't imagine what it's like to see things go up in price double digit every year. Do you remember interest compounds? Something that's thirty cents five years later is a buck sixty people can't fathom that that's what we had. Of all the economic problems they have it's by far the worst. It's worse that unemployment it's the worst one you could APP. Because it destroys. People's life savings. It's especially terrible for older people on fixed incomes or people approaching retirement who don't WanNa take a lot of risks in their investment. The value of the dollar, the dollar. By as much as it did before. So all this money that you stash decide. Instead of buying year three dream homes that gives you too low for breads and a pint of sour cream. Go together, who would go to the grocery store and buy three loaves of branded a pilot pint of sour cream that would be an odd. You can't really put the sour cream on the bread. That's a very odd example they came up with. No I know they don't go together and that would be very weird order. It's almost like something like Jesus parable where he took the loaves in the the loaves and the fishes in defend the masters right? It wasn't loaves of the seller cream but three loves bread and Sour. Cream. I don't even eat the bread anymore not that's the carbs in all of that stuff you try that carb thing. You should try it. I want people to be as miserable as I am it's not miserable. It's not as hard as people make it out to be, but it's annoying. You know what I'm saying. Like you don't take like you just you don't can't even imagine like some of the stuff that's on the list if you're not doing the carves. Everybody knows the obvious ones you don't eat potato pasta bread I mean those are the obvious. What's right? Yeah well. Try to eat breakfast. It's eggs and berries. There's nothing exhibit. No not fruit just berries, apples and all that stuff terrible berries are low low carb through. So you can. They'll let you do those. It's not zero cards at alleged than eggs. That's it. That's it pancakes Oh man you ought to do this. You're never get a pancake again I'm sure somebody's got some sort of. Lake. Flawless Pancake or something I. Don't even mind. I don't even I don't even want to try those things. I mean I think I just saw asparagus Burger, the store I think that's what I saw. It was. I don't want that. At asparagus Brad you. Done. No I need to have done babb all right now elated. asparagus Burger. Just. EP asparagus said you have to. Have we got to that point that in order to make somebody want to eat asparagus hypnotized them into thinking that they're eating a hamburger. The. veggie. Yeah. But that's just soy. Soy All it is is filling. You know what they do. You know what they're really doing. They're they're packaged together. They'd put a lot of mustard, bake it on the top of it so that they don't taste the fact that there's no actual meat and that's how they do that. Yesterday his credit grill. One of those things you know what happens like the flavor goes out of the grill because it's all watered it's instead a grease dripping doubt. It's literally water putting your fire out. How did you get out of this? This is your fault. Eddie problem we have on the program that's now your fault Georgia, stand it. I brought up they Brennan and so are stupid point. As I say I correct my stupid points. I WANNA, make it point now. See for people who think that this is Stupidity It's like the parables that got to a point here about. How it is that people could be liberal and how we can be baking some terrible mistakes that were making in the United States of America. And how it can be listening to people who have been wrong about everything else and how can we not understand that some of the things that are being prescribed stupid like in a country with soaring murder rate. Cutting police budgets. How can we not understand? That's an incredibly stupid idea. How could we understand that it's an incredibly stupid idea for a toast to go in and allow a bunch of outsiders to trash their city trash, their police department stage a riot at the home of a police officer, and then let them whine and cry and complain because the police officer came outside of his house stood at his own front yard. Now as I say, some of these things seem to be so. You wonder why some people draw the opposite conclusion and I'll go back to my point that they've not been forced to be discredited for having been wrong about everything else if they were they would be less willing to run around and proud off such idiocy the next time around because we would all laugh at everything they said. My next thing is really good. So as to not Russia regurgitate the break right now can you handle that? Well why couldn't you actually? I do I do your permission. I don't you get all those things that I wanted to every we do all of that. I. The reason I'm having to the Don Lemon. Thing is I've had some idiot liberal say that's not true. But people on the left were questioning whether or not calmly, Hera should call herself. African, American. I it's a better year that this has been going on. Remember most of them didn't want her to be the president because. They didn't think she was liberal enough think how crazy lefties when she's not liberal enough what stolid wasn't far enough to the left for the Soviets either how far off do you want to go while we know what that answer is. Bernie right. They're still under hissy fit that it isn't Birdie. Yeah, what is the thing? But that the the birdie bumper? His Bernie Sanders dead well. That's like. Paul here's the thing Birdie might be dead, but he's still more vibrant than Biden. You could literally be dead. It has a stronger pulse than by right now. There's something about liberals that when their candidate loses they WANNA keep the bumper stickers, the signs and their carpets, and it's an odd thing I mean. See I mean I think after you win it makes some sense because. Let. Me Say this after trump won in sixteen did you do very likely he'd run again and twenty same. WHAT'S SCOTT? Walker if you're in your supporting somebody, he's still in office. So that's still current statement plus unless the person isn't intending to run for reelection, it would still make sense of doing it. But I mean when you see somebody still has a fine gold sticker on their car this is either somebody that's covering a rust spot or in total denial. That birdie it's like the whole thing with lefties. It's such a badge of honor plus no lefties have to worry about. A. Bernie person in your neighborhood does it after worry about their car being vandalized the way at person does if they live in Walla toast there West Alice, they just don't have to if they if by the way if it was our side that was doing this vandalizing and trashing of lefty cards and signs, you understand how different this whole story would spit again. At vacating people throw rocks through windows of people with Joe, Biden signs in their yards but. Equally, this whole thing would be responded to very very different and again, I'm not advocating it. I'm just saying. Feel like you've watched all the things find even more to love with Xfinity X. One, the ultimate entertainment experience catch live sports they're back along with more scores and more. With xfinity sports zone the best sports entertainment experience, plus find all your streaming apps and more in one place with award winning voice remote x one makes entertainment simple easy. 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Don't know if they invented they just made it popular but saw they must have shows that which they show people that I I, mean it's just. I never heard the term and now it just interested. They claim it's good for your mental health. It's good for this that and I just your wife does it all the time? Well, that doesn't even make any sense. You can only declutter Paul if you've allowed clutter to occur in the first place. Uses the turbo all the time. All right the she as a realtor declutter. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah that's I get it but see you people can't declutter much because the only way you can declutter is if you have cluttered. Time of cluttering. That's me. Fortunately. I'm only me. I can't even imagine if I was lake. You had girls are girls more cluttered than boys. You know you didn't have boys. I have I have neither so I ask you get why didn't hear. He doesn't work here. Anymore Columbine put wherever he is. What you think girls clutter less than boys. But what about girls keep more clothes and stuff than boys? But no, but I. But I think it clutter I don't mean messy I mean just too much. To say other than stop if you know what I mean just too much stuff. I have too much stuff. No. We'll see I'm not a hoarder. But I realize I evidently have hoarded. The difference and I've come to learn this and there's another going to be another payoff at this point. Hoarders can't ever declutter. For A hoarder to declutter would be just. It's like a heroin addict getting off heroin. They would go nuts over it. I right now m a maniacal declutter. I'm having people helped me out of this clothing through and sorting on and organizing all of this stuff ed. I'm just so used to hearing the same. You really shouldn't throw that away. I am just if there is any doubt, it's God. Any doubt it's God. Any doubt it's got I'm prashant stuff right and left the other stuff that clearly isn't junk. It goes to the garage. I had this in Vincent. Depaul come today with a truck. Oh I just I I was so happy that trump pickup truck filled with by stuff going away. You think that'd be unhappy but I just hope. They hair with it I take more bags of garbage. I've you saw happy about that clearing out stuff and desks and my philosophy out has simply been this. If I have not seen or use this in fifteen years, I'm not gonNA see your use it in the next fifteen years I might be dead after that. So therefore, it's of no use to be. That's the standard that I'm applied I'm applying the fifteen years. Well, that's this is. Just. kind of stuff that over the years you saw save because it would be nice to have that or it's that busted right? Now busted. So why throw it out or not busted why get rid of it? I mean I have this desk in the basement and you know it was in the desk of the basement, all the stuff that was important enough to be in my actual real desk that I have. That's all God if it wasn't important enough to the real desk guests lot. It was never important, right? Do I really need to have checking account statements of nineteen ninety-three. But this is the stuff. I. Found because it was stuffed in this drawer zillions of years ago and I never went out at any cluttered it. So that isn't really horrid because it was just off over there. Ian Tucked into this area where it never goes off gets visited you. Same thing with close close becomes controversial because what if your weight goes up or down something come back and now in the stage where the stuff that I'm glad I didn't throw away things because they're coming in handy because of going in the correct direction fortunately. On that but I'm just getting rid of stuff. Like crazy. And some of the stuff are keepsakes memorabilia. For instance, I saved a lot of clippings and stuff from horse races over the God God Gone Gone God. They use it. Why would you get rid of that Paul if I threw it in a box in two thousand one that not go back to reread that story once in nineteen years am I ever GonNa do that? Maybe what I'm ninety I want to look back I. Wish I had that box screw it I'm not ninety and I'm not. I don't think that's going to happen and probably be like Biden then and not even know that I ever owned by the by the time I I'm it'll be like Joe, Biden and think. Croquet I was in Croquet or something or at other I mean for all I know Joe Biden thinks he was a jockey just ask if he might come up with that thinking about Biden's remember. Biden told Tall Tales before he lost his marbles. So he's got this thing if a guy that was they had no grasp of reality even when he had a grasp of reality yeah, it's plagiarized. Remember he talked about he was at the top this law school class it. He was like the bottom he was down. There were you you were. Do, you even know where you were. Yeah. You'd never saw ranking. Did You They. Always talk about top of the CL I did don't think they ever put that out. Yeah, but they didn't put out a list of every body where they say somebody ranked third. I never saw that. I WANNA. Go I WANNA. Go back and check that. We got a guy who works here at the station who was in my class I want to see where he came in. He was probably Halo, right. Well, yeah I mean that's why he went into sales. I mean nobody at the top of anything ever went into sales sales is what you go into when you can't do a damn thing but can talk what right? Yeah Radio Yeah radio sales there's a lot of men says that are in that. Courtesy the same name as the the Walla Tosa Office of the term we applied of the people that have yeah high intellect anyway. So. Here's the. Thing that I, noticed about this, some of these things that I am getting in like I say I. Because I have no patience. This is not a meticulous. Let's go through this. I am in a moronic fashion I, take great big green garbage bag and I I'm hurling things in their stuff. I don't even look at the. Thing I just figure if it's laid with this other stuff that I don't want everything that's said Bam Bam Bam Gone Gone Gone Gone Gone and I have some people that are thinking that I might be literally throwing the baby health the bath water that I might be doing something and I just I just right off mode that if in doubt out rather get rid of something that I need the keyboard stuff that I don't need because I'm trying to get trying to make some progress and there's just sub Paul I, have a TV set in my bedroom that I have not turned on fifteen years. I don't know if it C- you ask. It it's It's a flat screen, but it's got the guts behind it. That would be a picture to a bright, but it was still a flat screen but is. Well? The, the the. Was the satellite box that was hooked up to it stopped working years ago and instead of getting it fixed I just decided to give that box background to be charged for the extra box years ago. The DMZ vase they'll sit in there. And I I mean I rationalized the TV sitting there because the TV's on a beautiful sad at it actually looked better having the TV in their the not having, but it has turned odd. I have not turned on the TV and fifteen years. Everybody to succeed. I think it's weird to watch a TV when you're in your bedroom I, just think that's weird. You. Think, I'm nuts about that. Don't you? Everybody. Thinks I'm nuts about that I just think. My point is if you're in bed sheets, you'll be trying to sleep. Why would you be watching television? You're saying yes. This is another difference between being single and being married or. Another thing I'm single and the only guy in there that bed is. Some people have the bed for two purposes. My bet is for one sleep. There's. Kids that got ya see I don't have that. That's what anyway that TV is well. Whether or not that TV was salvageable or not. It's God then I go into the sock drawer. Twenty six pairs of socks what do I need those for? I don't clean. My do my laundry, every twenty six days. I don't need all those pairs of socks summer ever getting word Gone Gone Gone Gone. Significant stuff insignificant stuff. That's I've been then dishes. Okay, I, have guests over I need I need more than one plate twenty twenty. Seven my sister come over to assist you with this said, your job is to go to the kitchen take a look at everything. Anything that's like close to junk more on the junk side the decent you throw away or take home one of the two. If you think it can be given away put over here. So she just went through all of that and I don't say that's the that I'm in so. Telling this. And this gets through I think at interesting observation. Is I've noticed it is a lot easier. To get rid of something. That it is to accumulated. Some of these things that I've throwing away with less than one second thought. I mode of thought who hours about before I bought. Or if it was some keepsake something that I would have given a lot of thought to our treasured for a period of time and was actually important. These things that took a lifetime to build up. I can discard it in an instant and my revelation about that is that's true of everything. You know it's especially true of. Yes. Somebody dies what we do. Two days two days pass. He's in the ground you have a funeral people cry he's gone and I'm not saying you totally forget about it. We move on pretty quickly. Don't we? Somebody, this is a person who had an entire life that they're out there. And human beings realize life goes on and while some people take the death of a loved one very, very seriously. The fact of the matter is that most of us could roll through this rather quickly. For. Instance. Of, due to die I'll prove that I could make it. If you want, we can make it. You do you add it to be you or me? You probably. would. Just say why not us because it's not even that much of a hypothetical. Okay. Paul says it's me I. Let's Suppose I. Croak. Now if my case would be a little bit more serious than most. Because I'm very, very important obviously the company and they don't it's not like if we. lost. Somebody what are these stations down the aisle? DIED OKAY FIDE Voice tracks somebody else who? Would ever so I mean there would be some thought about that and people would okay I'm not the air but. I fully understand. The audience, the station all over this next lead stay right. I mean, the only down the only downside would just not being in the way of Donald when he was barging into the studio and claiming that shared only. At that's just the way it is. So it is with everything. That point. And I was kind of pondering this this whole inspiration, the light bulb came. Three minutes before the show I was getting my last cup of coffee before the show. I was Kinda thinking about how I'm throwing all this stuff away, and then it dawned on me that's really how we are with human beings. I thought, about? Abortion? The process that goes through people to get to the play and I don't mean like a tinder date but you have sex in a relationship and you have a child at the set of the other and decide whether it added then five minutes later you had the abortionist and the baby's gone. But that's not where I'm ending. Or tweeting that. Just throw it away after so much time so much effort to build up. So much of it, you know what that is. That's what we're doing our country. Two hundred, fifty years of history. So, many checks and balances. History that's both messy at admirable at the same time. Territories in so many different nations that we through together. Such. Open acceptance of being a melting pot of people coming from everywhere in the world. More. So than any nation in the history of the world giving people broad freedom so that you can have just about, Eddie religion you're watt and speak about just about any political opinion. You're what and say just about anything you want. And that our cultural traditions that are symbols. are ways of life of. Arguing things out politically. But always respecting the fact that we have elections and some are going to be in power for a time and others are going to be empowered the general respect for authority and police said military. The legacy that we have. Everything from the architectural structures. Of the big buildings. To the independence of people who want live in the middle of nowhere and don't want government to tell them what to do all of this. This two hundred and fifty years it really more than that with the people who settled this country and created the melting pot, two, hundred and fifty years of. Human Development, and in this case, I don't mean evolution in the biological sense evolving as a culture into what we are now. and. We're allowing a bunch of revolutionaries than an anarchist to throw it in the garbage trash. The whole damn thing. It's not just the statues that are down and it's not just that we don't even stand for the national anthem. It's that we're just a terribly illegitimate country where a bunch of races cops a terrible private property isn't to be respected. Let's go and look through buildings at tear through stores and call them reparations trash the whole thing and say it's rotten and horrible. Cook quickly this happened. This, had barely started by February. We're in August half a year later. We're throwing away everything that was great in our country with the same ease that I'm going to the drawer and throw it away some magazine from Nineteen ninety-one, which is kind of adored. The same thing. The difference is I. Don't need that magazine from Nineteen ninety-one. What we are throwing away now can't simply be recovered. It would have been unthinkable. That a good squad at the Germantown. High School. A few years ago. Would have fired a swing coach. For criticizing marked historic at his Asian. Now. They don't even like I'm telling people about it. This is how fast they saw boobs hold on objected this don't object to that. No No, no no, it's gotta go. It's gotta go. It's gotta go suddenly deciding everything is racist. Everything is horrible at anybody who expresses at your point of view their throat in the garbage toe. Bring in some athletic director from Franklin. Let her get her nose out of joint that somebody says something that she doesn't like never mind what America has been for two hundred and fifty years. She doesn't like it now throw her out the whole school board say, Oh, she's a wonderful person rather than understand. She's taking away somebody's coaching position because she doesn't like his political point of view. That's what we have lost in just a few months in this country as we throw it away with the same abandoned that I'm decluttering my home. Is My point see? That's where? It. took a while that was well, you that read like a duck, a ping pong ball that was an extremely well thought out point about going for the one to the middle of the other A. It is so much easier to get rid of that. It is the buildup will some of the things that you build up are worth keeping? Like I'm not throwing everything away. I'm not throwing the Golden Silver. Away. Marconi. But. I did fine. I get find it. I I the one thing that happened with it as I followed it but no, I have actually throw it. It's it's on the bubble. I I could haul it into the station, throw it into by dump of at office. I suppose. That's the point I make. What you have Right now are a bunch of anarchists who don't like our country don't like our order and they are decluttering us of our American heritage and values. And the rest of us are like my friends that are standing back there with shock and awe as they can't believe. I'm throwing all this stuff away like I've had some stuff that I took all the stuff I get the Samba stuff I, just put in the garage while the next step is a crew where it's going to be give it away not bad enough to throw away yet. So I, moved into the garage because his needs a temporary place you know carry it down the steps and so odd. We'll valley's Zepa. Why might want this? I will never people say. Okay, maybe you might. This is first come. First serve the Saint Vincent de Paul Guy They wanted all of it. See. This is this is what right this is what life has come to. This is the happiest morning I've had in a long time, their holiday, two tables that mix this is this is oh, Ho Ho tables hauled away per this is like. This this is like some lonely pathetic swamy little guy getting a hit on tinder I mean. That that's that's how I reacted this. I mean I I ca I will admit that there was a tie by life that maybe I was more focused on the for those kinds of pursuits than others but is it a pathetic to like get all excited because somebody swiped you the right way on tinder and okay let's go over there and I mean come on. Come on I don't even think if I was in my twenties I would've gotten to the point of. Not Be free. Well, not only the let done how `bout the letdown of after you did it and realize okay. Now you've been declared that they're never going to see you again that all that it was was well I you know all it it really is the same as with yourself. That's really all it is. There's no more substance to it at all and there's a reason why people end up being. I could go through a whole thing here about how he declared God out of our lives and so on. The people that are most miserable, the people that are most than happy the people that are most on anger, the people that have no god in their life at all that's what I believe I believe that because they're persuading all of these things too short. It's like everything that liberal is liberal politics gives. You it's all short term reward long-term desert work, which is why all these liberals are so angry and miserable they do all these things that to make him. Happy. It's like the people that trash you know the rioting that goes out of Walmart Tosa when they're done rioting, they're just as bad as when they started they had funded the meantime but they realized that in the end they didn't accomplish anything there's nothing affiliate. The only way that they can get even more excited is the bus Stephen Moore windows the next time around right. I am right. They read about all of this stuff save is rog about all this stuff like liberals have Ragab olive at somebody can come back and say you got proven Ragavan this. I'm not going to be proven brag about it. You Don Willett right about it. Got This thousand dollar word here to tell it to you now. So. What? I like that Tucker. Carlson. You mispronounced he kept telling her. What did he say Kamala Harris Yeah at the credit. Said so what? I I liked this. So what to use that a lot? So what? That's the whole point is where she said it differently, the in factors like these youtube put together of all the different ways she's had it pronounced I love this CNN's been pronouncing it the same way apparently the wrong way forever and ever, and ever at the reason why nobody ever got it right he she dropped out. So early, how many delegates she won What Everybody's laughs. You Know Joe Biden ran for president three different times lady delegates. He had one prior to this year not. He might have one or two. But when he went South Carolina that was the first time, he had ever what a state in his third fry see you got a guy who until this year never got anywhere running against somebody. I mean she literally she came close I guess she didn't get into last place. Some people didn't get any delegates at all but but Cobbola Harris came close to finish last for president and she's going to end up winning I. Suppose you could say well. Pence Pinson Rod had pants running sixty and. I mean I think nobody was going to stop prompt with pensive gotten to the point that say. Second third and fourth place for froze Rubio ed cases which would pants of crack that there's. There's really no way of knowing. Yeah Leroy Butler changed his name delivery right yeah. Well Yeah. I mean that's the other thing I. Don't think Kamala Harris has been cobbler her whole life you. I think for one thing I say things based out of the way I hear most people say them on TV, and that's most people were saying. But if they're going to say that this is she wants to pronounce and that's the way I'm going to say it I don't care but it turns it why you said it right I agree with tiger. So what? I mean, seriously. So, what? What? Am I not right about that too. Yeah. Okay. So what Paul tobey something should plugged data O'Donnell had I waited I said so what? Donald Talk what? No that's good that he had a winter so. Banned. More. Outside is. We're all the honest world. On. His Mat you know on the down in Mexico, you haven't played. Played the. So like I forgot, we had punch with lefty on there. Why don't you? Why do you ever play that? What's the matter with you? You are now I did it again you answer questions and it s it say, why are you playing it now? I said, why don't you ever play? You have no answer. There's gotta be a for it. I don't care if it's mainstream I, put it on one of the reasons I put it on their spectacular, not mainstreaming your narrowly focused world is opposed the listening to two of the greatest poets advice in the history of country. Music. Let. Back in the Euro I love country music. This is I. Think the John What Jon Wyatt actually like the stuff even way before this this it a little bit warrior now Tom. Left it. With Farro. Read. Very. Food. Country Music series that aired by probably going on maybe even longer. Now who's the guy that does all those Pe-? Yeah. his. A lot of people. Do a ten, eight per six parter eight, whatever it was and it's this. You're getting any twenty minutes to something and not to something else some people will question. For instance, some people wondered why Emmylou Harris was. So prominent, all of that isn't she more of a folksinger I found that the things that he gave a lot of attention to her also the things that were my taste is well some. Country Music moments at stars. Were Charlie rich barely showed up at all and you behind closed doors at all and then I'll. That was never really my cup of tea on the other hand. I bet he did fifteen minutes just the song Pancho a lefty Ed the history behind the walls they again the unbelievable musicianship and craftsmanship of the start yeah. Well I mean. William Merle just. That they you're just talking the. Two of the five or six most iconic figures in the history of country music. I've asked all the time with the greatest our country music is that's not a question. You could answer because you talk and great singer you talking great songwriter talking total musician I you're talking pure country artists is somebody that mostly did things? I would say that the biggest the greatest singer in the country music most country music bands that agree with me on this George Jones that he just treated lyrics way more different than anything else. But I could make the case that the greatest our country music is Christopher staffer because of the volume of. Music that he actually wrote and his influence and how for thirty five years after he had been changed the way the country music songs. For but the greatest physician in country music I still think is Glen Campbell I think he's one of the greatest guitarist in the history of that instrument that he's up there with Chad Atkinson, Segovia Jimi Hendrix, some of the others of you watch a youtube of Glen Campbell Picking Pick it away at the guitar. Watch. Just thought a youtube of. Just five one where he's actually doing a big guitar riff or Solo Eh just. Glen Campbell it never got taken seriously because he was too good looking if you know what I mean. I've I've had. I've had that. I can't even say I can't even talk like a Blowhard I made because. I like bust my own balloon on that right? Right where's the word? Cash. Johnny cash. You'd be. Johnny cash is another just tremendous story country music use an anti Cla -pedia not knowledge about other country music songs, and artists, and so one catch C A. S H cash. Actually, you are probably right punch you and left he would not be good bumper music to play every week because it's It's novel enough that you need to throw it in here and there. So I guess, we'll hear it again in twenty, twenty seven. Old. You. Know what you're doing. SET WITH SINCE When did that start? I barely know what I'm doing here. I actually you don't want to go cash text that into two, hundred, two, hundred, seventy, two, thousand, bucks, Paul Points. So Dan of. Witter. Well I need to have a winter. We have Adwa all week. Have we Know. Everybody pray right now make data left to plug my winter. Two hundred hundred anytime between non five o'clock to get a text confirming Playa Radio Info Standard. Data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. These stories are happening everywhere everywhere and it's hard to keep tabs on all of them, and we only frankly find out about a few because they managed to make it somewhere on the fringes of the media. This comes some college in New Jersey. It's called Stockton College but do not think that that's not Stockton California. It's a small college in New Jersey called Stockton College. As you probably know, a lot of classes are being held on Zuma now zoom is this. APP. In soon, become the number one of that. It kind of it kind of beats skype though escape was more one on one and zoom created the conferencing where everybody had beyond there at the same time that was. Which one is Microsoft. I don't even know I should know. I don't even know I don't even know. I should know these things being an order Microsoft stock anyway. These college courses are being taught on zoom and it's the same system that UCLA governmental meetings held on. You Know City Council of fourteen members they all have their little picture of them at the box, and that's how they do the zoom classes where you can see all of the students in a little section on the screen this here this when they're on the sun. So if a student a question or offers input, the other students can see him on zoom then you go back to the professor and so on it. But teams is different than the cameras we have teams. In fact, I have teams on my computer, it's teleconferencing. kind of the same thing. Anyway be quiet to tell my story, go back and play some more Pancho and lefty You don't like Merle haggard do you. He said, no. How I. Just I can't understand how red blooded American can what are you can't predict taken a knee in there. I know that rock fans like you. Have a cult over rush in an actual enemy rush limbaugh rush the band, the Canadian ban, a getty Lee and WHO's the drummer? Who'd he died? Did he die? Yeah. There are some people that are just ended them with like cult like devotion. and. So but I don't know I don't dislike them I hear their music I think it's good enough that I can see why some people are really good what I just can't imagine how anybody could not understand. People heard from Muskogee and they just thought it was a redneck saga reg yet a bunch of rednecks of Oklahoma where. The hippies that's like it so much deeper than that haggard himself said that song can be interpreted five hundred different ways and you can interpret it. Any way you want in other words was a tongue in cheek was at this it what was it actually an anti-war sign it's. Is Brilliant brilliant piece of music. Incredibly. Well, sug was. In the either. Know, it's not the either beholder that orange piece of junk at the end of Wisconsin. Avenue is an orange piece of junk. It is ugly. The fact that some idiot's Milwaukee think that it's our doesn't mean that it isn't a piece of crap I write about that just just just as. You can't. You can't go and put Charlie rich in the same category as Merle Haggard Charlie rich at a nice voice, Merle Haggard, it was a poet and a genius. Let me finish my story for this stack that in New Jersey. Got Zoom going on in the class. One of the students. On, his zoom feed. Had a photo of president trump. So, in other words what you would see him on zoom, you'd see this photo of trump behind him. Fake. Accused him of violating the university's code of conduct. And disciplined him for disruptive and offensive behavior. One of the students in the class. stated. That seeing the photo of trump. made him feel uncomfortable. and. It was intimidating to see the photo of trump. So the student was asked by the instructor, take down the photo of trump from zoom feed he refused and the student was written up on a code of now. Fortunately, the story has gone National Fox News found out about it and a lot of people are aware of the goon squad that's going on at Stockton five of the six misconduct charges against the student have been dropped. He's a doctoral student by the way his name is Robert Data. He's been accused of discrimination creating a hostile environment, harassment, bullying and cyberbullying. You literally can't in your own Rome have a photo of trump without getting in trouble right now. The reason why when I find out about some of these stories like the Guri that went on Germantown, where the activities director, and by the way she's gotten away with the school board isn't doing anything about it. The Superintendent isn't doing anything about it. The principal isn't doing anything about it guys at opinionated right-winger and does he go a little bit farther than that? I would go on some things of course, just as I go a lot farther than some people go out a lot of things as well. But he doesn't like black lives matter. He doesn't like the things that it stands for he thinks it's the markets target Marxist organization. So to a lot of people just as a lot of people think that it's absolutely wonderful for you know what a lot of people think it's perfectly fine that they went and shot a shotgun into the window of the. Police officers home people have all sorts of opinions of this country, but you only get in trouble for those opinions right now if they are on the conservative side off it, even after we find out about it, they haven't corrected the behavior in. Germantown. They didn't fire the activities director, but the kept the swimming coach fired and Germantown is a rather conservative community. We need to be aware of what is going on in this country. And we need to be aware of who school boards think are valued employees who are not. And the people that are running around slapping down people for having restrictive speech are being patted on the head and say being told good job and the people that are out there simply trying to express themselves as freethinking Americans have always had the right to do. I told the go away even in Germantown. And you're only to find out about it and conservative outlets like my own. That story will never be picked up on by the mainstream media and the people who run the Germantown School district. They're still at a hissy fit that I had the audacity to actually tell you the kinds of crap that's going on ever since they brought in this new school superintendent from outside Madison. By the way he said Yan for Mozart Anderson you ought to point out that it's Iowa County. It's not exactly the city of Madison I admit it sounds better San from outside of Madison which is actually true but he is from Iowa Tony. So they're. What. You understand. You understand how many points I worked into that thing I think I'm pretty sharp today. Don't you? You just want me to go into the next break. That's all you care about. What if I didn't? Then Walkie. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty W I. S N I mentioned at the beginning of the program, the notion of nuance. Not Everything is black and white. There are a lot of things in life that shades of gray in between. I was commenting earlier about the strike zone in baseball. Now, that they have that box, they put up there. It's gone take. It used to be that every empire had a different strike zone baseball just always accepted thou just the way it is some payers had. Most strike zone summit a high strikes on seven a narrow one summer known to be pitchers Umpires, and some are known to be hitters UMPIRES. Now that that boxes out there, some of the Empire's that just ignored the actual strike zone and did whatever they felt like doing it's been harder for them to do it. It's made it more black and white, but prior to that, it was an area of shades of gray. What's the wants strike? We know what the rule book states, but it was often interpreted differently another rule of baseball that has been changed because of. The existence now of replay and review it used to be when Russia was slight sliding into a base, you didn't after tatum. I mean you have tag but you didn't have to tag and before his foot got in, there was an unwritten rule even back to when I was doing a little bit of umpiring when I was in high school and college there was an unwritten rule that if the ball got there before the runner to call about and there was an actual good reason for that you played baseball you know what the reason for that was that I was thought back in the data. You'd have to go back a long time to be in the area that I was into know why they were concerned that players are guys to get their hands spiked. So if you let's oppose the ball got there and you're waiting for him, they didn't make you put your hand right down three feet in front of the base potential they get sliced if you're holding the ball down there in front of the base and the guy slid into it, he just call about. This is just the way it was always died. Well now they have replay and they show. So closely at indeed if the guy gets his foot in, he's called Save. so that shade of Grey is gone and it's now kind of a black and white thing. The other one in baseball was the phantom touching a second on the double play. I think they made an adjustment in that to accommodate the reality, but he used to be a guy guy. Play Guy Hits the ball the second basement. He throws a short for the gotTa step on second the Guy The shortstop did not have to have his foot of the base when he got the ball again, they were concerned about guys getting spiked. If he was in the general vicinity at some point, hit the base you generally let that go it was one of those unwritten rules that many sports have in place what has happened throughout sports. I'm Dr at something here I always them you know. You like these analogies that I share or not you like the way that explain these things. You don't like. You don't you don't like Mariah Dome. I just can't. I can't get. You're getting text of your friends i. The thing about Merle haggard is I can get people not liking. Buck. Owens Buck. Owens in Merle Haggard for kind of the same thing they both came from Bakersfield at both of the Bakersfield sound. But by Collins was kind of a pretty bland when he went on, he harvard he just thought he go if he was actually a very intense brilliant musician guys like. Who's The star now that model discover after John Help. visit. Dwight? Yoakam. A whole group of people who just say to get ready to watch more of what you love with Xfinity X. One live sports and more. With the XFINITY sports zone looking for more streaming APPS, they're all in one place xfinity X. One is the ultimate entertainment experience. today restrictions apply not available on areas buckle under so important but buck owens you might WanNa take seriously because of how goofy acted hee haw and so onto. Not Take Meryl Haggard Seriously I'm sorry it's just like not taking Bob, Dylan seriously. If you're into rock and roll, it's at the same level you know what I'm saying I can't get past that because of what you say you said about this usually John Wyatt who's no longer with us make some stupid museum comment that we get like he doesn't like and then name like the greatest band of all time it. It yeah. Anything anything after say nineteen fifty two but be what he would not like. So. Anyway, with having technology in all of society, just as we have replay in sports, the so-called, all the unwritten rules now become written rules because people say, well, wait a minute. He didn't do that in the rule book says that you have to do these kinds of things. But for things in which there isn't a precise answer, you know the ball is either in the strike zone or it's not the tag is either applied where it's not. In many other areas of life, there are shades of gray and there are nuances. And if you have two positions one absolutely this the other absolutely that sometimes the answer is somewhere in the middle or closer to the one side. that it is the other. What has happened with our coverage of corona virus. Is there has been no new odds from any of the so-called experts. And from the media. They have stated with absolute. The things must be done a certain way. The fact that three weeks later, they changed absolute to something entirely different. Doesn't seem to faze that. Likewise. Sometimes when you see public opinion and public opinion polls, you can get a black or white determination of what it is that the public is trying to tell you. Other. Things are more nuanced. Now if you're GONNA do a program like buying and have a feel for what's going on out there. You understand that sometimes the people say is not what they do. In sometimes, it people say not only is that what they do it's not what they think. Sometimes. I've learned this I talked a lot about how my distaste for audience research and focus groups in radio, which often will come back and tell you while the research says you do such and such and okay people may say that they like such and such in reality. That's not what they do. For instance, ask people if in listening to an oldies station, they have a broad variety of music over they like to hear the same song same narrow playlist played over and over and over again Paul you know. What the answer always is, they want the broad variety of music yet if all these type stations that are out there and one plays a narrow tight playlist of only a certain group and the other is all over the map playing thousands of songs. The one that has higher ratings as action with a narrow playlist. So people may say they want to hear, but the fact that the batteries the broad that pay playlist is the more you hear. Okay I don't like that side you punch the buttoning your God. Which is why some of these classic rock stations that have tens of thousands of rock n roll science to pick from play only the same two fifty over and over and over again I personally don't like that I personally like a broader cross section I just want to hear the same crap for the rest of my life, but I am in the minority on that but it would not be what people would say. Thus we're getting out of Joe Biden in the mass band aid. You probably would not have imagined this where this is going. Joe Biden. came out in favor of a nationwide mass mandate. He thinks that the federal government should require the wearing of masks by everyone in the United States anytime they are out in any type of place in public in the State of Wisconsin, we'd all have mass mandate issued by Tony. Everts that statewide. Biden thinks that this should be national. Now. Biden maybe an idiot but the people reading his Camp Joe Biden and come up with this on his own is that coming up with anything at his arrest coming up on his own are when he starts drooling and when he doesn't know who what what what state he said when he stabbed with something this a reason for it, and the reason is they pulled on this. We know what the polls show on mask mandates they are overwhelmingly popular. The Marquette University Law Paul here in Wisconsin that came out this week. was stay agreed in terms of the overwhelming support for requiring the wearing of masks sixty nine percents said, they should be required in all public places only twenty nine percent disagreed. I know a little bit about this in terms of what people say and where people do. I know that sixty nine percent of people don't actually believe that we should require the wearing masks in all public places because sixty nine percent apiece. Wisconsin nights are wearing masks everywhere they go in a public place. If they actually believe that they would be doing it themselves, you get away from the city of Milwaukee, the city of Madison the. Some of the more Liberal Urban Saturdays. I not only a few of these places hearing the stories the mask wearing is like a two percent. PAS come by and nobody in a bar nobody into this maybe maybe in a couple of chain stores or so on or with the store has their own individual rule. Right now the point that I make. Is that if you surveyed many of those people who weren't wearing them. They would say, yes, they're in favor of the mast mandate. It's just the thing that people are saying, but it's not necessarily what they do in other words go back to that word I use there's some nuance here to this. There's nuance to it. A People right now when they are responding to public opinion polls and this is why I'm just convinced trump is under polling I've been on this you know forever. What sounds better. I'm opposed to the mass mandate or high in favor of people who I am in favor of it and the people that are against that they're just not participating in these polls. It's another thing a screw it I'm not gonNa tell you. Remember, we live in a world where if you criticise black lives matter they're gonNA fire your but up in town anything that's considered not politically correct people aren't willing to say also. For these people who say do you support a Mass Bandi? Clearly some of them are saying, you know we probably want to insert in places, but it's interpreted by Joe Biden and his people as we are going to require you to wear it everywhere. Still Biden. is on this because he thinks it's a winning political issue. Now. Maybe, he's right. Maybe he's wrong I. Think he's wrong. I also think that Biden is planning to the choir here. Who are the people that are going to be most impressed by Joe Biden saying I think the people who are GonNa vote for Joe Biden, anyway elections are decided by swing voters take Wisconsin for example, the election's going to be decided in the Fox valley. I mean it'll be close election every vote matters but the Fox valley is the more swing area of the state of Wisconsin Madison and Milwaukee the city's extremely liberal the Milwaukee area suburbs. Very Republican. Trump one Wisconsin in two thousand sixteen because he dominated in the Fox valley in. Northern Wisconsin. It's a more swing area Democrats often do well in that area Justice Kelly for example, lost that area. In the State Supreme Court elections thought it's a conservative area, but it's frankly swag. I. Don't believe Biden's call for a mass mandate. Nationwide is going to play as well in those swing areas. So while it might poll really well, what do you think the polling on amass mandate ever in the United States is in Madison it's like ninety eight to two. Because Madison love the shove everybody else around a Madison with love to be able to issue orders for Duluth Minnesota. But Ninety eight to two is about how Joe Biden's GonNa carry the city of Madison as well. This is the reason however, people keep saying why aren't you addressing why the Republicans didn't Black Toady Iverson's order Paul I think discussed this nine times. I. Don't know why people think I haven't brought it up. So let's make a ten the reason why and the state Senate wants the black the order the state assembly doesn't have the votes to do it. It has nothing to do with Robin, Boston's Speaker in sap with the Individual Caucus, they don't have the votes to pass it and the recently the votes to pass it is. A none of the Democrats to black the order and a handful of Republicans though because they see response is coming into their office and they see these poll results they are over whelming support of the mass mandate and they think it's a losing political issue to try to obstruct it now. I happen to think they're misreading the public opinion on this. Again, what people say is often not what they do. I also think that some of the people who say they support mask mandates are the ones who get themselves the more they're those is most out of joint. If they go in somewhere and they're told the supposed to put a mascot. Brings me to the press then call story. Didn't the President Goal Story. You know any of these stories give the stories because it's kind of. Get a little bit of a tip off the story. The. DNR, the zoom meetings another zoom topic. Do you know about the story yet? The DNR the zoom meetings you know about this DNR. DNI. ARE NOT DNC DNC is. The DNC zone me, but let me throw this. I love this. Now remember when all the bars restaurants that they were gonNA make trillion dollars because of the Democratic National Convention. Now, hardly anybody is coming and now the Democrats are saying, don't go to any bars restaurants at all. Face went from let's keep the buyers open to five of the morning. So we could just cash out of the whole thing. Now, they're not going to allow there's going to be like four Democrats here and they're not ever going to be allowed to go to a bar. How could you not find this? Hilarious? But no? No, it's not. It's not the DNC and zoom they're having their zone. This is the DNR zoom. Preston call. This story is worth hearing. Feel. 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Now. y'All know what zoom meeting as you're having a meeting, but you're disappointing your computer yourself. Preston called the secretary of the DNR is requiring state employees where masks even if they're sitting in their own home by themselves if they're in the zoom meeting. Now, you can laugh and say, well, what's the science behind this and the answer? Of course, there isn't any science behind Eddie of it. There's no science behind wearing mask if you're sitting in a row and three hundred and fifty people. So why would he be requiring people to wear masks when they're sitting by themselves at home and you understand what all of this dog and pony show? Let's just make it look like we're all wearing masks to protect one another even if there's no point in having the mascot. Now in fairness to everybody else in state government cresting call who runs the state DNR is the only agency had that I'm aware of this and it's not like governmental agencies are doing this all across the united. States the reason the story has become Nash lose is nobody else found a department head is stope es, Preston Coil requiring employees the wear masks during zoom meetings. But there is a kickoff, the story. Given the fact that president called the head of the DNR believes that you should wear a mask at a meeting if you're the only person sitting in the room at the time. Why doesn't press the call where mask when he's playing golf? I apparently Preston's been seen out on the golf course quite a bit the last few days. But we're on a mask all when he's up and down the golf course out there you could save Preston's outside but there are people in its acidity. Now, the same president call that is putting on this great big show about requiring. Employees to wear masks, zoom meetings how compressed. It's not even wearing a mask what he's amidst other people what he's out there on the golf course. Press. That may say well, it's pretty stupid after where I'm at a golf course outside and forty feet away from the nearest gopher. True. But you have some of your employees of their their their on the person in their house at the time and you're making them put them on that as well. So I would merely encourage everybody who knows Preston call maybe take a photo of maritime. You see Preston without a mask on to expose him for the phony that he is. The point that I've been making here with regard to a lot of this stuff is people on the left condition, but they can't take it. Like the squealing has come from Germantown that I would dare draw attention to the witch hunting that is going on in which they have creepy little bureaucrats Croat's scrolling on facebook to see if somebody by criticized black lives matter. So they can take away their coaching job from them I, expose it in. It's the end of the world. They're firing a coach coach for having a political position and that's just fine or nothing mean about that. But I would actually tell people about what's going on out there and tell people how the school superintendent hold. So his activities director to such a low standard that he doesn't tell her that he she ought to be backing off of her. Demonizing people for their political views. So I draw attention Sarah attention to the fact that the school board in Germantown have enough spine to stand up intervene and say in our community we appreciate a diversity of opinion and we don't appreciate public employees running around spying on people and slapping them down if they hold a political viewpoint that doesn't happen to be left of center. Likewise. I suspect Preston calls the nicest guy in the world I hear he's a nice guy and there are some people say why you embarrassing precedent say we should take pictures of him when he's running around without his mascot well, you don't hear mark belling lecturing everybody telling him to put a mask on everywhere Preston Kohl's bake it is employs where that wear masks when they're sitting in a room off of themselves and the only thing that they're doing in public is turning their zoom camera on themselves. That is my point. Surprise surprise surprise you didn't know about this story literally got national I mean all all all the foxhole dotted Pressing came from the city of Milwaukee was the Milwaukee forest or read. I hear out at the golf course precedent where masks at all I don't know if he wears the basket, he goes into the clubhouse. But I don't. I don't know I. Know is that at the golf course I'm getting reports, the president calls and Rub without a mask, which is quite fascinating given the given the fact that if you're a game warden that's having zoom meeting with your head warden down there and saw county you're both better have mass on even though not near any other human being oppressed, go to crack the whip by new for just being you know spreading Kuroda virus crazy yell recklessly and crazily. The story again has gotten scant mainstream media coverage, and in some cases, the stories they get scanned coverage maybe aren't the biggest deal in the world but what is the excuse for the lack of follow up on what happened in Wallet Tosa on Saturday night? What is going on with that story has there been and arrest is already custody and our police going to try to develop criminal cases against all of the people who were involved potentially a conspiracy to try to kill officer Mensa, some answers that all of those questions asnd. 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