March 24, 2022

Scooters, Golf Carts, & I'll Call You Right Back?!

Scooters, Golf Carts, & I'll Call You Right Back?!

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Scooters,Golf Carts, & Call You Right Back?!

Tue, 3/22 3:23PM • 10:11

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

electric scooters, call, scooter, weightless, write, laugh, wheeler, lma, debbie, late, ageless, shower, age, fun, frankie, golf, happen, picks, brake, motorcycle

SPEAKERS

Debbie Charlie, Charlie Ponger

Charlie Ponger:

Hey everyone, thank you so much. Thank you so much for listening to the teenagers. I'm Charlie Ponger.

Debbie Charlie:

And I'm Debbie Nigro we're having a lot of fun laughing about not falling apart. you gotta laugh This is not going I know right? Yeah, we're representing a very big group of fellow is ageless people. How's that? Yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

I don't know if I like the label though. We're you know, some people are calling us activators active agers. Right. I race it. Yeah, good.

Debbie Charlie:

I say I'm Angeless I just say and weightless on me. That's it now I'm ageless timeless and weightless. I just happen to be an age is just a number. Yeah. Ageless, timeless and weightless you in you a part of us. So listen, Charlie. Yeah. Just to let everybody know what we're doing now because this is improv and comedy and we see each other when we see each other right here and we do this podcast and we love each other and during the week or when we're apart we have things that happen in you go oh my god it's something perfect for this year tell each other right we don't tell each other and we walked in and we write it down on little index cards and throw it in the middle of the table and I pick out or he picks out that's where the topics are you picked him out he has no idea where this goes go. What is it? Okay electric scooters on the street? Oh, feel free take judgment for me.

Charlie Ponger:

What do you mean electric scooters on the street? I even know what those What are you talking about? Around

Debbie Charlie:

the country in various cities now different people are involved with making available electric scooters

Charlie Ponger:

like mopeds like you know that you're just like, oh, like it's a tiny little motorcycle kind of thing. Like an Italian moped. Or a three wheel thing that

Debbie Charlie:

oh, you see, yeah, you get into what they should have. They have Yeah. You know, a scooter from when you're a little kid. Yeah. With a motor? Yeah. Where are we going? Oh, are where but over where? Like in big cities. So I first saw it down south. We were traveling around and Dave and I were come back from Japan. I go, What am I looking at? Yeah, electric scooters. Everywhere I go my electric scooters. It was Virginia Beach, electric scooters. And they're on various corners. That sounds like fun how fast they go. I'm never gonna know. Trust me. I'm not getting that is my point of bringing them up. Oh, there Yeah, for anybody to take. Dave will do it. No, he's not covered either. So listen, we they're there. Yeah, anybody could take them and then they go home to your house. And then I go well, how do these people get these back? A truck goes around, picks them all up and brings them back to the location so you can take them again. That's cool. Right? So it's a good idea. If you are 12 Yeah, or 15 Yeah, maybe 22 And I don't even know the age that you're allowed to ride these things. Yeah, I'm sitting in my car the other day and I'm coming out of the parking lot and I go and there's a whole batch of them I'm never never give me I can't you want to get me to try one of these Park me a three wheeler with a basket.

Charlie Ponger:

Oh dear god Could I could I got it You know what like he thought we have to get one for you with a helmet and a microphone and a three wheeler and a three wheeler with a basket in the front and then it goes like 15 miles an hour. How fun would

Debbie Charlie:

that be? They also have bicycles. They lead their electric bicycles. They just I want to try one of those. That's cool. Yeah, but these one these scooters every time I look at I go, Oh, that's an accident waiting to happen then. You never saw a young kid go by you on one of those electric scooters.

Charlie Ponger:

Well, you know mopeds Yeah, all the time. I would love to have a moped okay scooter isn't a moped a scooter.

Debbie Charlie:

It's a stand up in one leg thing. That's a scooter. Oh, oh,

Charlie Ponger:

they're like these things,

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however. Oh,

Charlie Ponger:

I thought it was like a little

Debbie Charlie:

motorcycle. We should have a whiteboard.

Charlie Ponger:

I'm very visual. I like golf carts

Debbie Charlie:

myself. I think they should have a golf golf cart lane on the highway. No, I that would be my idea. Have a good time.

Charlie Ponger:

I have a friend who loves being very risky on a golf cart while we're playing golf me only what's risky me. Like if there's a downhill he will floor it. It won't hit the brake and let it glide, put it neutral and go as fast as we can. I'm like, we're Seenagers, and there's a cliff. And then he slams on the brakes and he spins around and he laughs I'm like, don't ever effin do that. To me again.

Debbie Charlie:

Actually, I think I know is in there looking for him. There's somebody out recently, and yeah, there's people who are crazy. Yeah, you can't risk guys one of them. You can't reason with crazy. No, crazy is crazy. Yeah, totally. And you know, you should know by now. You should smell crazy. Yeah,

Charlie Ponger:

we realized at our age we should know Right? Well, you know,

Debbie Charlie:

you know you're you know, you're made a bad decision at this age. Yeah, the problem is you can't get out of it. Yeah, you can't move fast enough to get out of the way.

Charlie Ponger:

What do you have in there?

Debbie Charlie:

On my way call you a little bit is the second card. What is it on my wall

Charlie Ponger:

calling you? That's you. I wrote that down? Because this is Debbie. You guys. Hey, Charlie should call me on the phone. I'm leaving. I'm going here. I'm going to my house. And then I'll be right over. I'll be awesome. leaving at 1030 Really? 1030 All right, let me let me clean up the house for Deb Baba Baba. I don't hear from her.

Debbie Charlie:

I'll stop you making me feel bad. She, she shows up to Alright, well, I read you along the way.

Charlie Ponger:

And then other people who like the younger guys, my buddies that are younger. Hey, I'll call you right back. I you know when I grew up when you said I'll call you right back it means like, I'm hanging up the phone. I'm doing my thing. I'll call you back like in five minutes

Debbie Charlie:

that call you right back could be anything.

Charlie Ponger:

Tomorrow a week from now. It's like so finally I said to a Frankie the model because used to be a model. I go Frankie, let me ask you a question. When you say a call you a little bit, like at the end of the conversation? I gotta go clean a little bit. Does that mean you're calling me in a little bit? Does it mean you're calling me 10 minutes or you might call me a month from now? Because it could be in a month from now. That's our logo or lingo?

Debbie Charlie:

I think we're at a place in time where people who don't get back to you in a reasonable period of time. Yeah, they start to stick in your head like the big pictures and write in your forehead you like not really liked them. Oh,

Charlie Ponger:

no, I just at first I was like, right all I won't do what I'm not gonna go take a shower because Right. He's calling me right back. He's calling me a

Debbie Charlie:

little bit. A lot of people don't take showers. And then I'll waiting for a

Charlie Ponger:

callback. Yeah. And then I'm like, Oh, now I finally know. I call you in a little bit. I'll get back to you. So give me a minute.

Debbie Charlie:

I got five minutes. On my way. I'll clean a little bit because I mean, well. Yeah, I have 7000 other things. Oh,

Charlie Ponger:

I know. And then you forget. No,

Debbie Charlie:

no, I don't forget. I know. I'm coming at some point.

Charlie Ponger:

You get that and then you feel guilty. And then you bring me homemade code. Yeah. How about when you do this? I know what you're doing. Deb. Right. You you. You were like Oh, I am so late today. Let me bring him some noise. Just

Debbie Charlie:

stop and make a little monitor.

Charlie Ponger:

Yeah. Let me bring him home. Yeah. Let me let me bring some awesome buco over for him and then he won't be pissed off at all, which I'm not anyway. Okay. I know. Yeah. But I know you now. I know when you say

Debbie Charlie:

don't start with me on the half hour you please. Half hour has been going on? I have no, you got

Charlie Ponger:

half hour. I know that that means three hours already know. So I plan like if if I don't know how your boyfriend's talking about I don't know how your boyfriend does it. Honestly, guys

Debbie Charlie:

want to tell you something? Well, I once looked up the late problem. Yeah. It's not just a now thing. Yeah, it's my whole life. People will hear you say this a little bit like, oh, yeah, no, got Debbie storage. Like people believe them for the show and couldn't always live in a building. They call me they go up downstairs like oh, yeah, I'm in the elevator. That's you. That was like I was in the shower. Yeah, it's different than the LMA. Right? It's totally different. But I am. I never intend to be late. I just have a million things that come up to do before

Charlie Ponger:

because the brain of yours. Just like it's a little

Debbie Charlie:

when I tell you about the mental illness. Yeah, I try to describe it or you go through life, you realize something's a real problem. Look, I look up one time, not so long ago when it had a minute and wasn't doing 10,000 Other things about the lightning. Some lady wrote an article she's like, I've been laid off a little describing because it's part of like, ADHD. I'm like, I knew it. I knew it. That paper problem. You have a paper problem. It goes right along with it. What do you mean, let me lay down tell you the whole story. Now. We'll go that direction another time. But I'm the late thing is not something I'm proud of. And I actually been on time, it makes me laugh actually shouldn't make you that it's not meant to be insulting. It's just

Charlie Ponger:

I know, it's totally not meant to be insulting. But I know.

Debbie Charlie:

We're not talking about this anymore.

Charlie Ponger:

I love pushing your buttons a little bit

Debbie Charlie:

ridiculous. I refused to take this kind of bring up in this public forum. We're breaking up

Charlie Ponger:

I was fine, wasn't it? Hey, everyone, tiny favor. If you go to your podcast player, whether it's Apple, Google Spotify, and you scroll down to where it says ratings and review and fill that out. that'll really help us like you can't even believe it's better than money at this point. And all you have to do is just fill out that fill it out and let us know how we're doing. And that'll help us in the ratings and move us up in the charts. Okay. Have a good one till next time. Thanks. See you later. Bye