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The Joy Ride #151

The Masculine Journey / Sam Main
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August 10, 2023 5:00 am

The Joy Ride #151

The Masculine Journey / Sam Main

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August 10, 2023 5:00 am

Welcome fellow Joy Riders to the Masculine Journey Joyride Podcast! On this podcast you will hear funny stories, exchanges, and thought provoking moments that will amuse you, make you smile, and draw you closer to Jesus Christ in your journey of life.

This week the guys are celebrating their 800th episode! We have special guests that will speak and we take a look back at some of our favorite moments from the Masculine Journey. The clips are from "Also Sprach Zarathustra," "The Greatest Adventure," from the movie "The Hobbit," and "Jeopardy." Congratulations on 800 episodes!!!

 

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Welcome, fellow adventurers, to the Masculine Journey Joyride Podcast.

This is a brand-new show from the guys you know. I'm talking, of course, about the Band of Brothers. My name is Keith, and I'm the producer for Masculine Journey and Masculine Journey After Hours. In this podcast, you will hear funny stories, exchanges, and thought-provoking moments that will amuse you, make you smile, and draw you closer to Jesus Christ in your journey of life. In the before times, men all over the world were given a task, a task that would take them on a journey, a journey of the most importance. These men, however, would need help, help from fellow men that were too on that same journey. These helpers, these Band of Brothers, were there to serve as the guides in what is known as the Masculine Journey. The greatest adventure is what lies ahead.

Today and tomorrow are yet to be said. So joyriders and fellow adventurers, join the guys and myself as we celebrate the Masculine Journey reaching 800 episodes this week. We're talking 800 episodes of the highest brow comedy.

We are celebrating 800 episodes of the most phosisticated discussions on radio. One of my problems is my name, James, which is from Yaakov, the deceiver, the supplanter. And I was a people pleaser, still am. I want people to like me.

I want to tell them what they want to hear, whether it's the truth or not. And that is one of my slippery slopes. Yes, I found it's a precipice. It's not a slope. Or a cliff, if you don't know what a precipice is.

I assumed cliff, but I didn't know for sure. Thank you. And of course, we are celebrating the creme de la creme of old man jokes. Taking it into my office and just kicking that box all over off the wall, off the ceiling, I would smash it around and then I would step out the door smiling. I'm okay.

But there were heads peering around the corner wondering what was going on. So Harold, you invented kickboxing. I'm old enough to have. Harold is my best friend right now.

He's just a wonderful, intelligent Christian man. And we ride together and have talks and enjoy each other's company. You can refer to him as an old friend. Okay. Okay. My old friend Harold.

And I'm assuming when you were a child, he was still an elder in the church, of his day table. Probably. Probably, yeah. Yeah.

I was debating about whether or not to bring this up, but since you guys have brought levity into the situation, my question is, why was the glory low instead of high? I got nothing. Well, you were there. You're not allowed to ask a question without being able to answer it. Harold, the rest of the shepherds were asking the question.

What did you ask? Okay, gosh. So, congratulations, guys, on 800 episodes. And we look forward to the next 800 because … I chose this one because, as these guys know, the one thing that seems to always be on my mind is my sweetheart.

So, we were doing a program about the greatest Christmas present you ever gave or received, and that was just the most easy thing in the world for me. So, I think this clip will express it. Now, you're not in trouble at home when you're trying to make up for it? Oh, no. Okay.

I'm just checking before I play this clip. She loves listening to the program. She doesn't miss it. And so, I like to have these opportunities to make points with my sweetheart. Well, there you go.

Let's try to make a couple of points here. Harold, you had a couple of stories you wanted to share with us, didn't you? Oh, yeah.

This was real easy for me. The best gift for Christmas that I ever got was in 1962. On the Friday before Thanksgiving, a guy tricked me into a blind date with his sister. At Christmas, almost six weeks later, I found myself on one knee on the floor asking her to marry me, and she said yes. That yes was the best Christmas present that I've ever received.

I can imagine it was. And 60 years later, I'm still madly in love with her. And the best gift that I ever gave, according to her, is we had our picture taken in Huntsville, Alabama, kissing beneath some street signs at an intersection of Harold and Janice Streets. I had written her a poem that I subsequently cross-stitched and got mounted with that picture. And the poem says, I am you. You are me. Together we are one. Strange. Love the key.

Us till time is done. And sweetheart, I meant it then, I still mean it. Love you. Wow.

That's really nice. Got me a little choked up there, Harold. That was good. That was good, Harold. So hopefully you got some more points with that one.

I tried my best. Yeah. So anyone else have any thoughts for the moment while I get the next thing teed up here, Jim? You always have a thought. I usually have a thought, but I was just thinking about what he said.

And I said earlier, that's really a secure man that can stay with a woman 60 years at writer poetry and cross-stitch for her. Yeah. Yep.

You're making the rest of us look bad. I'm just telling you. He's been doing that since we started. He's commenting on his shirt, too.

He's advertising for himself here with a poet. Well, you know they can't see it on the radio, right? Well, I know. We can still bring it up. I'm giving a visual. So from the guys on Masculine Journey, I'm Keith, and we'll see you down the road. This is the Truth Network.
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