Transcript prepared by Fielding M. McGehee III. If you use this material, please credit The Jonestown Institute. Thank you.
Phone rings twice
Woman: Uh, David Dupont, please.
(Two people briefly speak over each other, unintelligible)
Jenny: Oh, Dave.
Jenny: How are you?
Jenny: I– I got up this morning and I was thinking about you.
Woman: What– what– what was your name again?
Jenny: Oh, uh, Jenny Cheek.
Jenny: Jenny Cheek.
Woman: Jenny? All right.
Jenny: Yeah, I was thinking about you, and I decided I’d give you a call.
Dave: You were, huh.
Jenny: Yeah. How are you?
Jenny: That’s good. How’s Karen?
Dave: I’m just sleeping late this morning.
Jenny: Oh well, that’s good.
Dave: Yeah, so how’s everything with you?
Jenny: Oh, pretty good. Uh, I was to planning to go home with you the other night.
Dave: You were?
Jenny: But I thought at the last minute, you know, you probably had some things to talk over.
Dave: Yeah, uh-huh.
Jenny: Yeah. Well, I’m always glad to see you, and– anytime you wish to visit me.
Dave: Mmm-hmm [Yes].
Jenny: Uh, I hope that you will.
Dave: Yeah. Why did you call person-to-person?
Jenny: Well, uh, (Pause) I– You know, you know how the money situation is with me.
Dave: Mmm-hmm [Yes].
Jenny: Yeah, it’s kind– kinda nil. (Laughs)
Dave: Mmm-hmm. Yeah. (Coughs)
Jenny: Yeah. Uh– I uh– You know that our friend loves you.
Jenny: You know, obviously that he does.
Jenny: Uh, because uh, if he didn’t, uh, you know, with you saying, uh, you know, that uh, you tape government officials, which is a actual, uh, dif– uh, offense. So obvi–
Dave: No, not those, not those people. Uh-uh [No].
Jenny: So obviously he cares, and you know you have a friend in him, Dave.
Jenny: Uh, you know that he never meant you any harm.
Jenny: Even though you gave uh, in writing that you forged a check.
Dave: (Startled) What?
Jenny: You know that uh, he uh– You know that you uh, gave in writing that you forged a check.
Jenny: Uh, you know this is obvious proof that he cares for you.
Jenny: And you know, as long as you don’t do any harm to his people, uh, he’ll be there to help you.
Jenny: Uh– You know that, don’t you?
Jenny: Yeah, so the best thing for you to do uh, is get yourself back in.
Jenny: Don’t you agree?
Dave: (Inhales) Well, I don’t know. (Pause) I– I really don’t know.
Jenny: Well, why? Why don’t you know?
Dave: Well I– I just don’t know. I just– just been thinking about it.
Jenny: Oh, well. (Clears throat) Okay, I just thought I would uh, you know, call you and talk to you.
Dave: Well, yeah, well, I appreciate it.
Jenny: Yeah, well, I know you do.
Jenny: Well, uh– Listen, Dave. You know about uh, the dental bill?
Jenny: Is there any way you can pay it off now?
Dave: (Exhales) Not at this time.
Jenny: Yeah, you know– you know I– there isn’t any way I can pay it.
Jenny: There’s no possible way.
Dave: There’s– there’s no way that I can pay it off whatsoever at this time.
Jenny: Oh. Okay. Just thought I would ask.
Dave: You know.
Jenny: So everybody’s okay down there.
Dave: Oh yeah, everybody’s fine.
Jenny: That’s good. (unintelligible name) and uh–
Jenny: Yeah, Dwayne?
Dave: Oh, yeah. They’re just fine. No problem whatsoever.
Dave: So how’s Kim?
Jenny: Oh, she’s fine.
Dave: So what has Kim had to say?
Dave: What has Kim had to say?
Jenny: Oh, well she uh, you know, goes to school, and I, you know, how we don’t sometimes get together when– sit down and talk.
Dave: Yeah. So how’s Kim’s grades?
Jenny: Oh, they’re– they’re pretty good.
Dave: Have you been there to see her teachers?
Jenny: No, I haven’t, but I will.
Dave: Or have you talked to her?
Jenny: Who? The teachers?
Jenny: Oh, ye– uh, yeah, we’ve talked– yeah, I’ve talked to her about her grades, right–
Dave: Uh, what’d she say?
Jenny: Told her what, you know, you said about ‘em.
Jenny: Well, listen, I know this is long distance–
Jenny: –and costing you some money. So.
Dave: Okay. So let’s– I’ll let you go, okay?
Jenny: Good to hear your voice.
Dave: Okay. Bye.
Jenny: Tell Karen hi.
Dave: All right. Bye.
Tape originally posted April 2006