Mike Roman, Doritos, Mike discussed on First Morning News


Exclusions apply. Corner of west gray and Montross. Glad you're with us. Welcome in the Monday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, Doritos as it turns out or more than just a junk food for teens with the munchies they help deputies in San Bernardino, California. Lure a very large pay the size of a mini horseback. Home. The sheriff's department wrote online yesterday that deputies learned of the runaway pig and do to previous calls. They knew where the pig lived. They said the responding deputies quote, lured him back home with Doritos one of our deputies had in her lunch bag and the hungry pig followed their trail, the Instagram post was accompanied by a video showing and they weren't kidding about the size of this pig. Always had stood up on its hind legs would have dwarfed this. Female deputy that was lowering down the street with three does well for sure. This is a monster. That would that would be something to see because I don't think I've ever seen a pig. Stand up on the Tyne legs. Right. Well, yeah. I guess so and you know, again, apparently this big, I guess they knew where it lives because it had escaped before is that something, you know, we've gone through this before escaped animal, right? Why do they continue to sort of allow this to happen, right? I think a mildly offended by the by the age discrimination in your opening sentence, by the way. Doritos or more than just a junk food for teens with munches. Okay. Sure. Portent part of my diet, Mike, and I I don't I don't like that. Yeah. I I'd have to agree as well. I'm sort of just following the lead of the of the story that I kind of got this where I found this. But yes, I I would agree. There is no age discrimination. When it comes to Rita ranch. You gave me some ranch coup ranch. Definitely ranch. You know paired with wine or beer good for the afternoon, by the way with shows you and I have similar taste buds to pig. Yeah. Which is perhaps not uncommon for a man or people in radio for for that matter. And, you know, Gordon, there are a few of us who don't love pizza and many of us wish we could eat it every day. Enter a New Jersey man who says he only eating pizza for dinner every day since he was four years old Mike Roman who is now forty one told the new theory podcast that it was his mother that gave into his picky eating allowing him to only eat pizza for dinner and for about ten of those years, even a pizza every day for lunch. Oh, he now mixes it up with a peanut butter sandwich. Roman who works as a teacher only eats plain pizza with no toppings. He also typically goes out for pizza instead of cooking it at home Roman who is now married said that when he used to go out on dates, he only went out to places with pizza. Did he have pizza on his wedding day? You ask of course, he also had it at the cocktail hour and for lunch that day. How about on his honeymoon? Sure Aruba has pizza places. So your next question might be how healthy can a person who eats pizza every day. Be. Yes. Roman says, he has no health problems to speak up any manages to maintain normal way. Despite his greasy daily meal, adding that pizza has three of the four basic food groups. Okay. He does as we discussed before. But yeah. You know, he's a normal looking guys farces weight goes as probably because he's a super picky eaters is not snacking all the time. Like you. And I would be everything that's around. He's just waiting for his one meal pizza meal, man. You know, what I've I've started using on pizza for added flavor. Lemon salts lemon salt. Nice. I don't think I've ever had the pleasure of lemon evolve. Crushed red pepper. Oh boy. Nice combo. All right. We we're we're definitely eating something after this is over by the way, just quick math. Yeah. If.

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