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GLENN: It's been a tough weekend. It's been a tough year, man. It really has. I look at the calendar and I'm like, it's March? Really? 2008? I thought maybe it was, like, August 2012 but then I realized, no, nope, I'm not paying 97% in income tax. So I know it's not 2012 and, you know, the Progressives are in office. Just, I mean, it's just been -- as a family we're just having some things and I, you know, talked to the Insiders about it in the past and without getting into any specifics I just ask for your prayers in the family. It's just been tough and then it's the election season and I'm also trying to -- you know, I want to plant a garden in my yard. I can't even do that. I can't even do that in my own -- on my own property in the town that I live in. Can't do that, no, no, no.
Yesterday -- or day before yesterday, Saturday, I had the people that were going to bring the dirt, I had to have an architect, an engineer. I'm talking about a 10, what is it, a 10 by 8 garden? 10 by 20 garden, okay? Small garden, 10 by 20 on my property. I mean, I have property. 10 by 20. Have to have permits, have to have an architect, have to have an engineer, have to have someone from the wetlands commission involved... to grow a carrot! So I'm a little on the edge right now. Just a little on the edge. And Stu, I just saw the message from you on my computer. I don't think, I don't think this is going to improve my mood.
STU: I don't understand what you mean.
GLENN: The Green Acres.
STU: Well, what --
GLENN: I don't think that's going to improve my mood.
STU: I think there's some -- I think people are talking about it and I think it's something we should address.
GLENN: Nobody's talking about it.
STU: Well, I was talking about it.
GLENN: You and Dan have been going back and forth with the Green Acres theme.
GLENN: The last I heard, you couldn't decide between two of them.
STU: That's what I mean. Dan and I have been talking about it.
GLENN: Go ahead.
STU: Well, there's two versions and I think -- I mean, it's all about you, you know, doing the garden at your house and what the neighborhood's thinking about it. But there's two versions. I don't know which one we should use because there's -- I mean, as you know there's a female version in here, in the song, and we didn't have a female singer at the time. So there's kind of like one where Tania's played sort of like by a Richard Simmons-esque character and the other one is sort of like maybe a foreign chipmunk.
GLENN: This is really not going to improve my mood. Go ahead.
GLENN: Again let me hear the other version. The other version is just, Tania's voice is different?
STU: Well, yeah, it's more of a Richard Simmons...
GLENN: Play it.
STU: See, I'm not sure, I kind of like -- I don't know. I think I like that version a lot.
DAN: I like it. The other one's good, too.
GLENN: And the web poll, it's showing you are not good friends. Last how are you guys were telling me that I should start drinking.
STU: Uh-huh, yes. Well, we should start drinking again. You should point out that you drank quite a bit in your past and you --
GLENN: The web poll, yes, sounds like Glenn was a happy drunk, 37%, no. Stu and Dan are horrible friends for suggesting it, 62%.
STU: You have to look, you have to understand, though. What people don't understand, it's not a question of whether you will be a happy drunk. You were a happy drunk. So I mean, it was just a matter of whether you think you should return to being a happy drunk. I mean, there's a lot of people out there -- 37%, that's a lot of people. And again, I think people out there that want entertaining radio, that want to see you drunk on the air, I think they should.