35 Burst results for "Baby Boomers"

Flu Season (MM #3871)

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01:00 min | 4 hrs ago

Flu Season (MM #3871)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, every October, experts start telling us to get our flu shots because technically, October to May, is flu season, and this year doctors don't know what to expect. Last year in the midst of COVID before the vaccine, we really didn't know what was going on. We didn't know if we would have more flu, less flu, we were in the middle of a pandemic. Again, this year, people are more active. We now have the vaccine, but people are a little hesitant to get a flu vaccine. Now we've already gotten ours, got ours a couple of weeks ago just in case because I'll be honest with you. I don't know what to expect. And I'm going to take all the precautions I can, trusting the experts. Flu season is here until May. I always thought it was later than that in all honesty. To be honest with you, I never get flu until usually January of February. If I do get it, reason being, I'm around more people during the holidays. Get the flu shot, it's going to help you out, and even if you don't get the flu, better safe than sorry. Right now it's tough to tell people to get vaccines, whether it's for COVID or flu or whatever it is, but it's best to go out and take precautions just in case because we really don't know what's going on.

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Flu Season (MM #3871)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 hrs ago

Flu Season (MM #3871)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, every October, experts start telling us to get our flu shots because technically, October to May, is flu season, and this year doctors don't know what to expect. Last year in the midst of COVID before the vaccine, we really didn't know what was going on. We didn't know if we would have more flu, less flu, we were in the middle of a pandemic. Again, this year, people are more active. We now have the vaccine, but people are a little hesitant to get a flu vaccine. Now we've already gotten ours, got ours a couple of weeks ago just in case because I'll be honest with you. I don't know what to expect. And I'm going to take all the precautions I can, trusting the experts. Flu season is here until May. I always thought it was later than that in all honesty. To be honest with you, I never get flu until usually January of February. If I do get it, reason being, I'm around more people during the holidays. Get the flu shot, it's going to help you out, and even if you don't get the flu, better safe than sorry. Right now it's tough to tell people to get vaccines, whether it's for COVID or flu or whatever it is, but it's best to go out and take precautions just in case because we really don't know what's going on.

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Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

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01:00 min | 1 d ago

Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, one of these strange things in life I'm pretty compulsive about is holding on to receipts. I've held on to receipts literally for decades and have great tax boxes, not only for personal, but for my companies, of course, too. But every now and again, when I lose a receipt, it will drive me insane. The other night my wife and I went out for dinner and went up to the counter did our order got the receipt, but I thought in my pocket and then went back to look for it and couldn't find it. Now, perhaps I laid it down when I went to go fill up my drink or fell out of my pocket, but I traced my steps back through the restaurant and couldn't find it anywhere. And I knew I could just go into my business account and just add it in there, but just not having one receipt, drives me crazy. Of course, when the credit card bill comes in, the line item will be there, and I'll be able to make sure to note it, but that's not the point. I am meticulous when it comes to my receipts. I pretty much save every receipt no demand. I go to fast food joints and get receipts. I've never had to use these receipts and they just stack up and go put in tax boxes and things like that. But for some reason, I got it drilled into my head years ago that receipts matter and I lost one the other day. And that doesn't happen often.

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Rooting Against (MM #3869)

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01:00 min | 2 d ago

Rooting Against (MM #3869)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I've been a sports fan most of my life. Pretty much follow every sport and have my favorites. But I find, and especially this time here, it reminds me. I actually spend more time rooting against people and teams than I do rooting for my favorites. It may be because the teams I root for, coming from a Chicago background, most of my sports favorites are Chicago teams, who are pretty inconsistent. But I really noticed this around NASCAR, where I have teams that I follow and like and don't like, but I spend more time rooting against certain drivers and certain teams than I do rooting for my favorites. Now I realize I ask our race, you got 40 people, so only one can win, but you spend more time making sure the other guy the guy you hate doesn't do well. You don't want him to wreck. You just don't want him to finish well. Same thing when it comes to sports. Right now, World Series, I don't like either team. But I'm kind of glad they both went to the World Series rather than Boston and LA because I liked them even less. It's very frustrating to spend more time in sports, rooting against teams and players. It just certain people in certain sports rub you the wrong way.

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Favorite Candy (MM #3868)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Favorite Candy (MM #3868)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. We're a week away from Halloween, so that means the candy corn bashing has begun on social media. You either love it or you hate it, we talk about it all the time. But what interests me is a study done by the national confectioners association, the people who oversee the candy industry, talking about Halloween candy. Number one choice for giving away Halloween candy. We're not talking brand here. We're talking type of candy. It's chocolate. 60% of people give away chocolate like to get chocolate. 40%, gummy candy, and candy corn. They didn't just say other, they said gummy candy second candy corn third. Now what I don't have is an exact breakdown of what percentage of people give it away like to give it away like to get it in return, but it's not as hated as many people would like you to think. Bubble gum doesn't show up and I'll be honest with you as a kid, you never wanted to get bubble gum. You always like chocolate. You like the full size candy bars, but I'll tell you what, even if I was getting a small little pack of candy corn or even gummy bears back when they first started out, I didn't mind. Let's be honest. There's no such thing as bad candy, unless it's a candy bar you don't like. Then you're looking for a trade.

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Amusing (MM #3867)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Amusing (MM #3867)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, for some reason, small children, little kids call it what you want babies have always found me amusing, and that's usually on first sight. I go to the grocery store walking down an aisle and there's usually a little kid that just stares at me in a grocery cart, and they get this little smile on their face, and I smile back or wiggle my eyebrows or something and they laugh, had it the other night when we were at a restaurant and looked over and little kid was just staring at me and again I made a funny face and it laughed. Now I don't know if it's my hair because it's spiky and blond if it's my size if it's just my goofy looks. I can't figure out what it is. I've talked about it before, but for some reason, young children without even ever having spoken to me, find me amusing. I would have always thought because of my size, you would think they'd be afraid of something that big. They've always said little kids can look deep down in the soul and can tell if your friend or foe and for some reason I must be friend. I guess I'm honored, I guess I'm amused and so are they. It's always been this way. The little ones like me, I guess until they meet me, and then hopefully they like me after that, but there's no accounting for taste.

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Ransomware (MM #3866)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Ransomware (MM #3866)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Ransomware is a word that people have been hearing more and more about this year, even though the ability for usually foreign hackers to come in and lock up a computer system and force you to pay them a ransom has been around for a bunch of years. Earlier this year, everybody heard about the Colonial Pipeline and the ransomware they were inflicted with. This past week we heard of Sinclair broadcasting one of the major broadcasting companies across America, having their computer systems inflicted with ransomware, but we finally reached the point where I'm getting upset because it's going to affect candy corn. Ferrara candy company, the company that makes most of the candy corn in America, their computer systems, which do, in fact, impact their manufacturing process, they have been inflicted with ransomware, and these Russian hackers want millions upon millions of dollars. You're going to hear more and more about ransomware and we've got to figure out a way to stop it because they're going to impact and disrupt American business as much as they can. That's one of the ways people are fighting wars right now. It's not about boots on the ground. It's about computers and in the air. And that's kind of scary.

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Windows Down (MM #3865)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Windows Down (MM #3865)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. During my formative youth when I started driving, we used to love driving around and cruising. I lived in Virginia Beach and we had the ocean area called the strip. You'd roll down the windows and have the stereo blasting. You'd have a good time. Even in the winter months, when it was cold and there could even be snow on the ground, which didn't happen often. We'd roll down the windows and turn the heater up and we'd be bundled up and still screaming and yelling and having a good time. We have that moment here in Tennessee, where the temperature is just right at night, where you can roll down the windows and it just cold enough that you've got to turn up the heat in the car, and you can have the stereo blasting. Now, of course, it all has to do with humidity, not necessarily the temperature, but there's just that rare moment of time where it's not too cold and not too hot not too humid in the nighttime is just right to roll the windows down and crank up the radio. Had that just the other night had to go out and run some errands and windows down, heat her up and man I was feeling good. From mere moment I was taken back to my teenage days. You can play some classic music from the 1970s, 1980s to get me in the spirit. I took me back in time.

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Good Days (MM #3864)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Good Days (MM #3864)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout our lives, we have good days. We have bad days. There are a lot of internal influences and external influences that affect that. Of course, as we get older, tend to have more bad days than good, just the way the body is. The body starts breaking down. I've always acquitted it to being like a car. The more miles you got in the car, the more possible problems are going to have. But one day I always try to make sure is a good day is October 20th. It's my father's birthday, and today he turns 86 years old. Now what's amazing is I lost all of my grandparents by the time they were 65, and that's kind of sad. I didn't have grandparents, so having my parents around both in their 80s is truly remarkable. I'm very thankful though to have my father here for 86 years and I count my lucky stars every day that he's here and I take every day as a blessing. Do we see each other enough? No. Do we talk to each other enough? No. But I'll tell you what. I'm one of the lucky ones, and I never take that for granted, because I have so many friends, including my spouse who've lost parents so early on, and it's just not fair and it's not right, but I'll take it as a win.

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Good Days (MM #3864)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Good Days (MM #3864)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout our lives, we have good days. We have bad days. There are a lot of internal influences and external influences that affect that. Of course, as we get older, tend to have more bad days than good, just the way the body is. The body starts breaking down. I've always acquitted it to being like a car. The more miles you got in the car, the more possible problems are going to have. But one day I always try to make sure is a good day is October 20th. It's my father's birthday, and today he turns 86 years old. Now what's amazing is I lost all of my grandparents by the time they were 65, and that's kind of sad. I didn't have grandparents, so having my parents around both in their 80s is truly remarkable. I'm very thankful though to have my father here for 86 years and I count my lucky stars every day that he's here and I take every day as a blessing. Do we see each other enough? No. Do we talk to each other enough? No. But I'll tell you what. I'm one of the lucky ones, and I never take that for granted, because I have so many friends, including my spouse who've lost parents so early on, and it's just not fair and it's not right, but I'll take it as a win.

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Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

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01:00 min | Last week

Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've tucked on this before, but it's getting worse and worse from what I understand. Organized retail crime is on the big time uprise. In fact, Walgreens has announced they're going to close some stores in San Francisco because the crime has gotten so bad. The biggest problem of course we have number one, staffing issues. Two, with business being up and down, they don't staff them well enough when they do have the people. So number three that makes it a good time for people who are organized in their crime to come in and just start stealing things. I've seen this happen throughout the years at Walmart's where organized crime rings come in and start stealing stuff just grabbing stuff off the racks and running out the door. Now sure a lot of the drugs are locked up behind the counter, the razor blade isles, they're locked up too, but that doesn't stop people. Because what they're doing is stealing the goods and either selling it on places like Facebook marketplace or selling it on eBay or even opening up Amazon stores and reselling those kinds of things, and right now with the economy right now with the disparity that's going on in our world. We're told it could get worse for both retail and for the retail public, and that's scary.

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Bachelorette Parties (MM #3862)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Bachelorette Parties (MM #3862)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. For the last few years, they've been telling us that Nashville was the number one destination for bachelorette parties in America. I spent a lot of time in Vegas, I spent a lot of time in New Orleans and horse been living here for about 15 years and I always knew more and more bachelorette parties were here. But over the weekend, it got confirmation of just how crazy it was. Friend of mine was in town to spend the weekend, so we went out grabbed dinner and then went over to her hotel and just going to hung out in the lobby area the atrium area, if you will, and just kind of chatted for a while, and every time we look at the door, another bachelorette party either on their way in or on their way out, I think in the time we were there, I saw maybe a half a dozen different bachelorette parties coming either in or out. Now maybe some duplicates, but I don't think so. But what amazed me? That was just one hotel. One of hundreds of hotels we have here in Nashville. And this one wasn't even located close to the downtown area to the lower Broadway area. The national is the hotspot. It is the its city, especially for bachelorettes, which is just something I don't understand the need to celebrate in the desire and well, I guess I've been married too long and that makes perfect sense.

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Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

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01:00 min | Last week

Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You see people talking all the time about the employee employment shortage these days and what's going wrong and where you sit on the political fence kind of determines your view on everything. I was driving down the road the other day and realized something. We sometimes have too many locations of fast food places, and that may also be part of the reason why we have such an employer employee shortage. I was driving down a road here in Nashville, which kind of spans about three or four cities. From Nashville into some of the suburbs. And as I was driving down Lebanon pipe the other day, I realized I just passed three KFCs within the span of about 5 miles. Straight line all on the same side of the street, three Kentucky fried chickens. Do we really need that many KFCs that close together in the same neighborhood now I realize there are three technically different suburbs, but at the same time do we need that many? How many more burger kings or McDonald's do we need? Yes, I realize we like having the convenience of something nearby around the corner, but could that be part of our problem too? We're overbuilding just a thought process. I could be wrong, but it's got me wondering.

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Get The Shot (MM #3858)

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01:00 min | Last week

Get The Shot (MM #3858)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I find it interesting how simple words can get appropriated to something else. When I say the phrase get the shot, you know, I'm going to talk about COVID-19, right? In this case, wrong. I'm actually thinking about shingles. Reason being I've reached the age of past the age where I should have gotten the shingles vaccine. So I've been talking to my doctor, I've been talking to my pharmacist has been trying to find out, do I really need to get the shingles vaccine? I've been doing a lot of research online. You see the commercial shore, but because I once got chickenpox and by the way, I had a severe case of chickenpox at 12. I've still got the scars even on my forehead to this day. I wonder if I need to get the vaccine. Now of course I have a history in my family with shingles. My father got it bad about ten 15 years ago, and has periodic flare ups. So I fear, if I don't get the shot, what am I going to do? I think about it all the time, and I've talked to the doctor and I think want to finally get the shingles vaccine. Of course, it's not just one shot, has to be two, two to 5 months apart. When you tell people to get the shot, we're not just talking about COVID anymore, especially when you reach a certain age. That's the rough part.

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Get The Shot (MM #3858)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Get The Shot (MM #3858)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I find it interesting how simple words can get appropriated to something else. When I say the phrase get the shot, you know, I'm going to talk about COVID-19, right? In this case, wrong. I'm actually thinking about shingles. Reason being I've reached the age of past the age where I should have gotten the shingles vaccine. So I've been talking to my doctor, I've been talking to my pharmacist has been trying to find out, do I really need to get the shingles vaccine? I've been doing a lot of research online. You see the commercial shore, but because I once got chickenpox and by the way, I had a severe case of chickenpox at 12. I've still got the scars even on my forehead to this day. I wonder if I need to get the vaccine. Now of course I have a history in my family with shingles. My father got it bad about ten 15 years ago, and has periodic flare ups. So I fear, if I don't get the shot, what am I going to do? I think about it all the time, and I've talked to the doctor and I think want to finally get the shingles vaccine. Of course, it's not just one shot, has to be two, two to 5 months apart. When you tell people to get the shot, we're not just talking about COVID anymore, especially when you reach a certain age. That's the rough part.

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Street Names (MM #3857)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Street Names (MM #3857)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason what's the old saying if it's not one thing, it's another. There's a controversy going on right now in one of Nashville's suburbs called Madison, and there's a fight going on about street names. In particular, renaming some city streets. The city council and the Chamber of Commerce want to rename a city street and honor someone who is a big player in the Chamber of Commerce world of just passed away. People are upset because they think there are better people if you're going to rename streets to have those streets named after. So we're arguing not over a brand new street name, but renaming streets and who should be honored. I just kind of shake my head. Number one, I've been through not only street renamings, I've been through an actual town renaming. I can't imagine being a business or a person having to go through that today. It's kind of crazy to think we're arguing over street names, especially in a town like Nashville or the suburbs even that continue to grow and new streets are added all the time. Why not name the next new street after this person, rather than renaming something an inconveniencing so many hundreds upon hundreds of people in businesses just makes no sense to me whatsoever.

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Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Stolen Vehicles (MM #3856)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Over the last couple of years, Nashville has seen a huge increase in stolen vehicles, where a growing city where the it city so an increase in stolen vehicles shouldn't be surprising. But that's not the part of it that surprises me most. The part I'm surprised with is how many people steal vehicles with small children strapped into baby seats in the back seat. So basically people are stealing vehicles with a child on board. It happened last week at a local Kroger store, a set of parents were shopping inside and had left the car running with the child strapped in outside the parking lot. Now that's just beyond boggling to me and I don't understand it, but it's not the first time anything like that has happened. Happens to gas stations all the time. People stop for gas or stop to go get cigarettes or whatever they're doing at the convenience store. Don't lock their doors, leave their car running and leave a baby in the back. It's not just stolen vehicles. It becomes stolen children. The good news so far, every one of those vehicles stolen has later been found with the child inside and the child okay. Very strange

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:17 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Like an hour and a half into this thing. That's what my wife had last anyway on. My actually i said it to you. Four minutes ended is just a point. That with mike though i will always be jealous of him for a number reasons for the number one reason is he was on. Nypd blue and the character sipowicz called him an asshole. Yeah that's my favorite thing ever. That's gotta be on youtube somewhere that clip. Now it's got to be on my real. But it's i'm sure it's on the show to clipper whatever it's on my real to i gotta find that and the i guess we can just youtube church on youtube Cenci sit with calls mass utah yet. Put mike mike grief. And i guess my real come up and mike hazardous opening line. And all shows what's walking out. Is the scariest looking biker. Ever seen in your life. I would introduce him. He picked me up and lift me off the standard. Take a hike. Magic boy. Remain a walk up to the microphone. Just stand there and get madder and madder and more angry at without saying anything and he just looked like he was gonna kill somebody. Then he'd legend the on the you ever be beaten the shit out of somebody halfway three forget. Why greatest opening line appreciate you guys time here. When is the show going to. I know it airs on facebook. Live in the pitching baby boomers group when when when the air on friday noon eastern fridays at noon eastern. Are you guys all. You're not always to know. Craig your california right. Yeah so for me. It's nine it's nine. Wow that's gotta be tough to be funny at nine. Am twenty ten am to get like run the for just you know i gotta say this before we go because we'll be watching this. They didn't know who rhonda forty when i was a great guest. He was you know who matt might you know who he is right if i say yeah i'm lying. Oh boy zip zip zip. Didn't come there. He was the son of redonda for the guy guy who played the the husband on hazel. And he had a whole his okay. Let's just move on to was a great. He was absolutely great. Great job interviewing and it was just funny because we didn't know was because we had it like that string of rupee but you'll new and then he he goes. I got run to four and we were like okay. that's sorta but he was great guest. Yeah john goes. Rhonda ford who she go ron to four. And what is the famous for other than his father was. hazel wrote. A book called growing up in disney has great stars. He worked for the reagan administration. Yeah he worked for the reagan administration. He worked for unwanted. We but didn't we all see rare. He worked for steve allen. He worked with them. He worked on on the on the show the couple with a and plus he. You know he's a you know. We also have a chris on the judge was fantastic. She's minute crush. I love her. I was gonna get it. And i still have to get it. The download her book lewis on earth. We add sarah ballantyne around. Yeah she she made beer Crater at at some point. I think you asked me about tommy. Cheung any luck getting him on i have not. I have not attempted yet. To tell you the truth. I really on tommy cheung. I'm the one that keeps pushing it. I'll get him for you. Because i'm going to contact him today to get him back on here. But i will mention you guys would love to. I hasn't to do that because you know you. You had him on the show. I didn't get saying we get tommy. Chinese gone no ships already had him on the show. I want get both. I want to get Teaching john you know. I'm i'm working on that. But i will definitely Put in a word for you today. When i 'cause i had planned on reaching out to her song nice so i look voted to checking out next right. Who's on the next week. this week. Actually get monday. Rv leads we have this guy that has a podcast where he he caused every bail store in new york. In evaluates their bagels. this is gonna be fun. That's a big. But he but he's a big big girl is always a big music. He just started his joke. Is brad i you know what i think. That's an interesting topic so Do you guys have like executive Meetings figure boarding well. I'll let you go to that. Because i i. i didn't wanna keep wanna keep you from business from actual business resign. Yeah that one. I got news for you. It's not a resignation when they just on it read early so you are the bbb radio. Dot com and youtube channel is also in the description. It's just youtube. Channel dot com a youtube dot com slash c slash. Bitching baby boomers pitching at at all. Different meaning back then My wife Has a whole different set of bitching about teaching john. You gotta hold and bitchy man man. That's what it originally it was supposed to be right now. It's like it's become get off my lawn bitch and right Time change and people changing meanings of words chains. And so you. Don't you never know what words we were allowed to say anymore. Any of that kind of stuff. It gets really confusing word game trying to keep up with that. I appreciate you guys Time pleasure man. Great luck and success in the future. And i'll be checking you out and continue to let people know about you so thank you so much. There's zip day by now. A bitchy baby boomers folks Took a took a while. You know streaming. I've gotta get away to add for people in at once with one push of a button instead of one at a time and remove them once one button one bush at the time. Hope you enjoyed this program. I hope you check out the livestream. Friday on bitching baby boomers Facebook page I'm not sure if it streams live on youtube but go to the facebook page link for that is definitely in the Check it out this week and let me know what you think. Love.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:04 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"The audience. That's what you learn yeah Who was in punchline. Tom hanks wakefield tom hanks right. That was at sally. Sally field was new at hiller. Negra n- max. Alexander was in there. John hobbit you want a hated this mazel show really what up on stage i signed. Everything she said was a home run. It's bullshit in some ways. Show was a good show but it was so unrealistic. Plays in that everyone was good at it. What i'm saying is everyone was good at it but the show is totally unrealistic. Because we can't write stand up but no you can't you can't you can't show the time lapse of somebody starting and getting famous because it would you know it would be at five ten seasons before you have to go from zero k. I'm a genius. How to perform and do everything first. Time onstage cop shows are really they are men used to show cops all the time they were coming to my house. I can't pete. Pete had a show on. Hbo about his about standup and marty ardy lang was on it too. It got casually after one season but it was the most realistic a show about standup. I can think of hp one on the seo. Wasn't he rona yes So my buddy rick overton. Who's going to be on our show in a couple of weeks. He was using that. Y- pretty realistic that show. I'm glad you brought it back to your show. How far do you guys scheduled guests in and what we got coming up that. That's on the calendar. People we get. We've done about about two months worth on the calendars right now. I know coming up a jeff. Sherman is coming up who actually his His father his uncle with sherman boys. They wrote all the music that you remember from disney. He's got he's got a movie. I mean this guy is producer writer on full of sugar. This song spoonful ship was about him. He came home from school one day and his father they were the writer wrote the music and said they had to take some kind of medicine at school or something they gave him and he goes all right. They gave a spoonful of sugar and his father. They wrote the song. Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. They also wrote the most popular most played song in the world. The outside world laughed in a small world played more than any other song in the history of the world. I i met him. He reducer produced on. Boy meets world. he i think he wrote and produced the movie. I mean it's just an amazing guy from an amazing family. We have colin. Quinn colin quinn. Is going to be coming up billy bob. What is that one. I've actually got to talk to him because he's got a scheduling problem but he it'd be probably within the next two months. Good good get there. Yeah so i hope people will check it out. I'm gonna be checking it out cowan quinn. I'm interested net one rhonda. We had four. So i mean you know laughing as merge lanes merges our biggest ever have who to yet ever know now the biggest thing ever it is served shovels. And we've Jim labra. Who was benny on home. Improvement we just had him couple of late blurred lanes merges actually a comedian. Who originally did the lounge singer that they say bill. Murray stole from cara. He does this character cold lanes merge and a when it comes over the Bridge they sees his name up in lights when he comes back to new york and he has a network fuzzy feeling. So we kinda did the whole show like spinal tap make granted as whole Joe made pitches a heaven chuck berry the beatles and real john. Those are real any with the tv screen. You just kinda like ruined my santa claus from you. Tell me that Bill murray didn't come up with the lansing around his own. Oh well we don't know but we know that he's no lanes but doing it long before bill. Murray in new york really sad to hear that no mature really. Does it. sure you're but the comics all had their opinion. I do know. I do know that bill murray is a big fan of speed racer. Because when i was on with him we were. I was literally shitting my hance sitting next to him and he just turns me and he goes here comes. Here comes speed race or any point. That me i went. He's a demon on wheels and interaction. Way why were you. Are you on saturday night. Live with bill murray. Yeah i was. I was cast as a i. I was cast in one thousand nine hundred seven from a headshot and the i came in. They said had an addition in these two guys came over to me. I'm pretty sure one of them was robert. Smuggle they were in t shirts. It's wet this. i'm not sure and they can. You read it out loud on my okay. True it really is. I went. I went sorry about the short everything else in the wash. Thanks and that was my audition. I got cast a bit with bill. Murray in episode and it did make air because the set broke during one of the one of the one of the tricks in it but I got to perform with them and he was really cool to me. I hear all these stories about him being weird but he was. He was great weird. I hear stories like he's walking down the street and you're eating like mcdonald's. no walking. Take a french. Fry out of your thing and go. Nobody's ever going to believe you and they'll keep walking. I mean vestige bill. Murray did on saturday night live was when they ran out. They had five minutes left. They just stood there and looking at the camera gone but the hale is what the is was. The funniest thing ever went on for like five minutes. My favorite is living in. Actually been blessed. I got to work with. I've worked with two of the original not ready for primetime players. I've worked with jane curtain and garrett morris so went third rock i was on third rocky. I did it from the sun. And then then i did they The girl the two broke girls two broke girls and against them attracted into performing for trump. no. I didn't because see this here john. This is a mind guy. See what you did zip. Well that's what this brain is for. This is an honor a few. This isn't a background. I downloaded this. I i appreciate that. I just wish. I hadn't a blown it with zip but Garrett morris heard a lot of crazy stories about him back in the day. Was these crazy when you when you get to work with him. Did he seem like as nuts as he was pretty mellow. i mean. you know you're on the set for a whole weekend. Pretty much have to do job. And he i mean just the nicest guy. And i got some great pictures with him and stuff and you know i think he might have been a little. Yeah i don't want to say no. But but but not not crazy at all. Seem just like the nicest nicest guy you can meet. You know why. I didn't realize.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"I think you should pitch that. That's what about roast battles. You familiar with the roast battles stuff with jeff. Russ's rob you seen a couple of oman tick-tock Jeff life schultz is real. Name is you know. He's a nice guy actually like him. I've known him forever. I've been seen them in a long time. But he's is jeff ross. God i've been don't roasts. He's every funny one verse right and the idea of roasting used to be you know. Every day they'd have a day. Is that worth one person is to comics roasting each other. Like kind of a you know a rank out contests like that. We used to have in high school or something like that. And and you'd have three foot or famous comics or or You know basically well-known. I made the original dean martin roasts work because the tired dallas really people that were famous. Right at the president's savvy. Dave they were the kremlin grump. Now you have a bunch of people that no one heard of making fun of somebody's famous. Why would you do it unless you were desperate. Desperate for a little facetime on you know whatever it seems to be that one the only funny thing i remember that roses day when they roasted mike tyson a jeffrey ross. Did this whole thing. That didn't get any laughs and mike tyson. That up at the end he goes jeffey. Russ you're still unfunny that heff with your said they wanted to. My own is which you know. He didn't write that. But i mean that's a great line. Tyson was pretty on. Some of the roast. I've seen him on. I always suprised it. At how good he he was he was doing. You wouldn't think he would be pretty funny. I don't know about the battle show or whatever. But but i like jeff. I like them on the on the roasts and things like that but uncomfortable. Rose davis on comedy central is the bruce is one you can tell the bruce was just not joining it at all. You have to look that up now. He was no republican. Wants her name. The blonde chick that walter and colton ann coulter. That was the most that was that was brutal. How many times does this new word. The best word was justin bieber. Believe it or not. He was hysterical. He it was the best promo thing ever to clear that kid's name. Wow he goes like this ios. Yeah so big deal. I ate somebody's head. i got house. I got fined. Fifty thousand dollars they were faberge eggs he goes so i'm twenty years old. He goes. I was eighteen years old and i have a lamborghini. I drove to fast. Like you wouldn't inside the house. I drove art fast. Thousand thousand and money to this kid. I know that it was really funny. And it was really like a great. Pr thing for his manager to this one. I'm best what was really liked the visible when he wet the end is can. I just wanted to say my biggest fear in life is to be sitting where you are an unknown. Roasting somebody famous. You're blowing my mind sipping you mind zipping monkey st- no name one of it for sure monkey so Silky you said. When i was joking with you before and i said can you read my mind you. You'd think all of this who and all that stuff. I actually started in mental ism myself and had a bunch of. I started my radio. Show a as a cynic trying to prove all these psychics and people were Full shit Evolved from cynic skeptic thinking maybe keep an open mind towards the stuff and so. That's what my radio show was about. I've had a bunch of those people on bish program. Last week i had A palm reader on and so in forty five years of being into mental azam and and and psychic stuff in investigating all the stuff and looking into it never really took palm reading seriously at every job. Is the bugs. Bunny costs you. Would you like your palm. Read that i was. I was really surprised. I just held. I took a picture of my hand and just held it up but as as far as an interview. Probably no exaggeration two thousand psychics and she was the most impressive of of the male army to What what do you. What do you make of all that stuff. I'm a theatrical. You know. Mind reader i use. I use them all the tracks as tricks magicians subject. Gamblers reviews looking als. That kind of stuff. We ought to tell what's going on there was no. There's no psychic ability in vegas. Joe i mean can you we go. We do like a rainman thing. You i'm the rainman but but it is. It is interesting i have. I'm fortunate enough to be friends with some the top guys feel and You know they've taught me a lot of really interesting stuff you know but it's just hard. It's just hard like in a radio or this kind of format. No are logical. You are joe. You may john disappear on the actually. The metamucil just started to work. So he's an irregular. So who your who your influences in mental chris. Gay fan a christian in his life crest a couple of years ago. He's still out there at work. He's he's a israel hustler. He's he's amazing and i went with another friend of mine. Who is a magician. And we're in this theater and during it the mission this guy just turns around. Says i can't believe you. Could you see what he did he goes. I saw him. You know when i was in college has twenty five years later. He says i grew my kids from assume. He's just so fabulous and he is most great audience management in that kind of thing. Where do you work in comedy clubs. Doing this guy got to imagine that pretty difficult this wealth would that having to work work clubs. I do Lot of Conventions you know magician convention And also allen involved with a group of reformers that's we run with a cold apollo mystery and it's a linden hurts long island i nine and the south shore peter exchange and once a month on a sunday night we put on a magic show and it's an adult like children show in adult fem- show and we actually bring in. Magicians from was ever coming. You know coming into town or passing through and so we get a lot of guys that would go work in the city were on sunday. Or if they're trying new stuff for commensurate or something that that they'll come out. I mean we had world informers and it's just a little you know theater in in linden hers studio theatre on what.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"I'm a lightweight. Well in that. I thought i told us guys story. I have a friend that grew up with guys went to college with and we had this one friend of ours. It was very cool guy. Who was he. Was this the guy. That was the coolest guy in the best girlfriends. The best car in the nicest guy out of everybody. Thank you and So my friend calls me up when this is like two years ago causing up because band he goes. It's john sandy. This guy's a school psychologist gus. A trip my brains out. And i go. It's nice. just they'll do that. Necas now trip my brains out again. Ask a question and i go. Yeah he goes was john About lady the coolest guy that we ever knew. And i go. Yeah without a tattoo ghost. He was like well. We grown up. He was like art. Fonzie right and i go. Yeah totally and he goes i. I'm so depressed. That makes you out the need patsy me had it is a good logic. I think we're gonna have to import some younger guys into this. One percent of boomers have seen a podcast. Is that what you said what. That's what podcast magazine came up with. One percent of of boomers. Listen to podcasts. On a regular basis ninety seven percent of boomers have never listened to a single podcast. I think like eighty percent doesn't don't even know what a podcast is. Heard the word but seventy percent of never even used a computer to it's definitely Difficult demographic to go after for this particular. You know well you know. The thing is the boomers have said xaba's the truth. That will the money so one percent of the one percent of boomers probably have as much money as fifty percent of the these kids today. No doubt about that's true but i think one percent of that one percent is where all that wealth with content like basil and and gates a boomers and they make just the two of them alone. Basically win the contest without any. You know the home stuffer. Us before and basically from the demographics. I see now. We're trying to build on youtube up but other demographics two three five enough for us really. Yeah let's like a history lesson for and a lot of the cultural references a cooling in you know in the ways that i don't wanna insult john here the way the rest of us kind of watch the honeymooners as wow. This is cool old stuff because he he whipped it all. Do you thirty nine mr zip. I'm thirty nine jack denny. How old you. I sixty two all that stuff like i said in the movies and all that they're using scott so the new generations being introduced to all of this boomer stuff so i think that's a lot of them might be a drag because i mean. I think that our sense of humor tran sends age groups. You know. i'm basically be earl comedians except for the mine reader. So i mean you know i mean like we bid performed for all different ages. You well his wing. I think i think you hit on something here because a couple of weeks ago. I asked on twitter who who the young dynamic comedians. And i was looking for you know because our generation had you know we had freddie prints. We had eddie murphy we had. You can even put woody allen in that. He was a stand up comedian There are no young comedians that are killing it as i mean really every every comedian. That's you know really out there working in alder some into my thirty year. Old son really. He said he has comments. That a an i. You know he'll make me listen to them and they are really funny. They made a really filling stadiums like gap again and kevin hart nor those guys who are basically our age. I mean those are filling stadiums stadiums. I never i never thought comedy would evolve into that kind of comedy to me is best in an intimate situation. It's kind of weird to be in like a football stadium and watching a guy up on stage with a microphone. I was the opening. Act for crosby stills nash for ten years working big places as weights on unexpected kind of a place to find a comic. Yeah i mean it's funny is when i went to see brian regan recently at the king center. Which is it's about eight thousand seats and at our selling you guys. I never saw this before the end of the show when he walked off and when he as he walked tov they started yelling out. Bits ironing boards family. You know science fair like they were songs. You sound like ray do we do you. Rate law welcome. Welcome to mind dog tv much today. We have zipped zip. Zip is here. I don't know if it he's died. Everyone loves raymond they don't like zip martin coliseum and the height of his. Oh yeah yeah forgot about that. And what was great about that. Is you know we're always it's fifteen. Sixteen thousand people were waiting in the lights. Come down every starts applauding and you hear me. Gentlemen steve martin and we go crazy and this guy comes out long hair and a beard nick guitar and he's a folksinger goes hi. I'm steve martin and he plays a set and that was part of the joke that his name really was t- martin folk singer and after a while. We just started roaring this hilarious. I i'm surprised new york didn't wanna kick kick the guys asked the shit out of them get their money back but we take what we realized after a while it was part of the gag so yeah knows what it is no fun opening for a big star in the bigger but i was really lucky because graham nash come out introduced me every night and that was like night and day. But it's yeah. I mean you're it's really funny. It's like you're the opening act you walk out on stage. People are like it's the opening we can just get there late. The people are talking walking into trip over in honestly but for comics. That's what we enjoy is a small intimate like you were saying an intimate audience. I love nothing better than i mean. I want the audience so close that you know right there in front of ya just busier shows. There's only about eight or nine people trying to get into solitary confinement. Hey mine reader. The for us the my readable versus bob so we rely a. I got two things things. One of the video from alexander. Or i could play the video video small craig's it to me last night it was a five megabit. Clint which means the resolution got gotta be pretty small for it but it does. It does blow up okay. I think we're can look at it if you wanna play it. Now you got should be great is a character that.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

06:19 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Died on this day. Go see and john. Cameras ways holy smokes lineup. John cameras. he's still ticking. I have no really personally no research who died any birthday. That that's a bouma reference. Only boomers who get swayze absolutely will come to the podcast. We talk about more than just death. About how mike is. Starting of monkeys wade found out. We had a guest on tolleson that he was able to order a spider monkey for eleven. Ninety five minutes back into comic books when it sal thousand different. John submarine though we found out that he could buy spider monkey for eleven dollars and ninety five cents brothers in him all ordered one. And now mike's obsessed with ordering an army of. Who would want a discount monkey if i get a monkey for ninety five all right. It's with inflation now about seventeen. Whatever but you know. I'm building on me of monkeys. And i would say with inflation would probably be maybe more like one hundred and seventeen but what is item monkey. I mean is it. is it a real monkey. But he got bit by a radio after spider and now yes she goes around new york. Surreal monkey really long tails and they. Now they don't have the eight by hang from trees and they're and they're like foot tall and had they ship it to you in the mail. Aim at ups. Box with holes and a lot of droppings. Trying to see if i can get them prime. I'm listening bezos army of monkeys. What would what would be the task. I mean where. Where are you going to send them. We can't talk about that right now. Okay shave them. I so what about to sea horses. Anybody ever ordered the seahorses. Oh yes i did. And i'm going to tell you what it said about. It said in the manual. That came with them. If you're seahorses should die. Put them on the window sill dry them out and they will be your pets for life. The same applies for family. Dan grandma grandma. I was just thinking. Maybe you could get spider monkeys right and seahorses like like the spider spider monkey now. That's where the sea monkeys sea monkeys showed them writing yours. What brine shrimp. They were nothing and the ad they had like a little circus. They were smiling and waving they weren't they were delicious. Anybody ever ordered the submarine who is a guest on the show that said Her brother or the submarine was made out of cardboard heating. Carry stuck the poll of close. Wendy wendy landy. Lieberman lead them in boroughs lieberman. Yes i think. It was made out of cardboard. I think somebody i know had to put one in the canal. Basically new workout welcome. It's load for about a minute or so in. John had log cabin and did log cabin. And what was that. It was real. It was a piece of plastic. Not even it wouldn't even cover a card table and it has a really badly printed lawn saad at a door. That didn't work while it know it was like because when you're a child you wanna put a child set a plastic bag a lot of the time you really do the polyethylene frank for that was our that's acceptable that's a link to the other generations because comic con is huge. Now so i would think you guys involved in any of that stuff comic book stuff with a little bit of them but well. That's the thing if you've noticed that Look at all the all the all the movies today. They're all from characters. All marvel characters that were created during our generation. All the movies have stolen all the music from our generation. Think about those movies would be crap without our music without our garden galaxy. Yeah boomer music and these kids think it's all brand new. It's all not even little bastards by modern musicians. Last night pat finnerty. I was looking at him and he's a forty one year old musician. Who has a youtube channel and then somebody asked him who is favourite band of all. Time was without a without blinking. An ice at beatles forty one years old. I was surprised by that. How did that generation x. i don't know if that's what but the the fact that they you know appreciate the music. Classic rock is still the biggest thing with batch generations. So you're right. Absolutely what out raw root you guys off from long island craig's from long island lila. I'm from. I'm from queens. I grew up in the ravens would housing projects over by the Big power plant a lot from up from southampton who really really abdin coupons on. That's where i was born. I really grew up in seaford. I was gonna ask if you remember the one thousand nine hundred seventy high school playoff game between in southampton legends. Yeah unfortunately i left. I left there on my own at fourteen. My story is instead of getting on a school bus. One morning i went. I had a friend drive me to eastern airlines. And i got on a plane and went to florida and basically we put myself through high school down and lake wells lars so. I left high school in.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

06:56 min | 2 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"What's so bitching about being a baby. Boomer we'll talk about it on this episode of the mind dog tv positive And welcome my yet. Another episode of the mind. Tv podcastone zip. Thanks for coming. It's great to have you here as always you might be asking yourself. Why is he zip. and i don't really have a answer that will satisfy Just put it up to our technical difficulties today and Hopefully we'll get a back to being mind dog but for today i'm your host zip anyway. What are we going to talk about today. Well we're gonna talk about all people my generation baby boomers we've been talking a lot about generations lately But not so much. My generation. Baby boomers We've been talking about jan accent millennials. All that kind of stuff always curious about where the lines That divide this stuff. And and i know Scott curtis and. I got into a little bit because i accused him of being a widget-o-matic boomer because he born in nineteen sixty four to me. That's that doesn't qualify man. That's that's a customer. That's a whole other generation. I'm not sure what that is. But boomers to me are are from nineteen forty six to say nineteen sixty nineteen sixty Pushing it into but we'll find out more about the. Oh we're getting comment already in in the scotto. Hey this got Be non boomer customer whatever. He is doing scott Anyway We're gonna be talking to some guys who have a podcast called bitching baby boomers in just one moment Before i bring them in that forum here today Before i bring them in. I gotta talk about the sponsors very quickly. Today's show is brought to you by fun. Wise capital on wife capital is a business lender matching platform to get you the best credit line guaranteed. You can apply online in sixty seconds. There's no effect get credit to see how much you can get. You would think. I wouldn't have to read this. I've done this so many times. Get the best. 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Why would be giving them guys Credit a line of credit to start their business based on the demographics. And i'm gonna talk to him about this in just one moment Podcasting magazine Had numbers on Satistics generational Podcast us ninety seven percent of the baby. Boomer generation has never listened to a single podcast one percent of the baby boomer. Ration- has listened to podcasts semi regularly so basically in order to succeed. These guys get capitalize on that one percent completely and get them all all along lines so i'm not sure Capital would be definitely on their side and giving them but if you have a startup and a well documented plan would better numbers than one percent They can help you get funding to get started. Really simple you got to apply dot com slash. Not zip mind. Dog apply from wise dot com. Mine dog Link is in the description. I do appreciate you patronizing our sponsors as i mentioned. We're gonna talk about Bitching baby boomers podcasts. Got four of the host of the show here with me today. bitchy bitching baby boomers video. Podcast breaks my generation. The baby boomers generation. That's got courtesy generation which is when it came after Life in times. And you're invited every week for comedy history. Mind game mayhem and most of all laughter and fun session with the boys from Bitching baby boomers guys. Welcome to the podcast as having a zip wrong. it's nineteen. It is to sixty four. You're still trying depressing before we even one one percent we're we're screwing our way to the bottom. That's what we're trying to do. That's our business plant. We don't want anyone to know we exist off my porch. We're looking for a nice quiet place. I i hear ya. I i am too but so. Are you guys all who. What's the latest birthday here. Birthdate year latency. The later the the youngest one of us. You're saying yes that would be me six three six three. I didn't know there was going to be math. I'm sorry at not really math. Greg mess anyway i so. What is the generation that came after us. I just wanna get that. 'cause i don't know i'm i'm unofficial boomer accent generation xs one after us. So where did why come in. Why step back with his third. We're not talking complaining. The whole generational stuff gets me. Confused it does. It gets me confused. Because now we're on millennials and gen z. We're not. we're not just trying to attract boomers. I mean you know non stage. I see young people laughing just as just as hard as old people so will hope people. At least oldest john but only real oeuvre. We're not talking about your diet and what you do later so so who actually is You demographic are you looking at numbers on thing and seeing who's tuning in and who's who Target audience male female boomer age. that's correct..

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"baby boomers" Discussed on For Her Empire Podcast

For Her Empire Podcast

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on For Her Empire Podcast

"We're good friends with in the fourth grade. But now you're like mealy. I don't i don't i like i don't care about her. I just that interests somebody from college. Maybe they were friends they. They're in your social group. You read say major who took a lot of classes together you may have grown apart and maybe that was for a reason but then again maybe that person do you kinda knew there in you. Look them up a lincoln their rocket there like there. There's somebody who is appealing to you. Now how you like. Oh sure why. Not rekindle that connection in so i think that. And then if they don't accept it just try not take it personal you know. Everybody's got their own kind of criteria. Or whatever i know one gal who will not accept somebody unless she's had a visit like this like zoomed as it were phone call. She won't be connected with. She's very selective affected. that's her choice me. If someone sounds kind of interesting promising. I asked them why they reached out to me. I always do that and then If they answered the way that's acceptable to then. I'm like no. That's one more person who might be. Get the benefit of of my post about to. So i think like the larger you know reading audience soon. So I think yeah short answers. I go ahead and connect to those people if you have a if you resonate with. That's all my questions. Did you regularly abby. Like you know you like my friend. I have a friend. Almost exactly your agent bahrain. And she's so lovely through toastmasters here when she lived in colorado. And now we're still friends and she's back in bahrain. She's halfway round the world so for me to have zoom is such a blessing because she's She's just such a dear friend of mine. And i miss her. So this way. I could still have a face to face speak timer. There's is nice if you'd let senior. Greg was meeting so you can see. I don't think i'll do as in. My grandkids is five. Do facetime that also nice having here lock bitty boomers as well as pretty much. Everyone you the advice can be applied to different people and be to connect youtube. Goto lifted may social media. Tutors that cup. No baby boomers ozone show. Yes yes it's gonna be the right..

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"baby boomers" Discussed on For Her Empire Podcast

For Her Empire Podcast

07:39 min | 5 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on For Her Empire Podcast

"That she doesn't help white men and other people at her sweep plays her special hazen heart is for people like her who came from a place of struggle to a place of success. So that's that's so. I want to mention that is i. Don't hide yourself but decide you know in our country right now is you probably are wears. Very polarized yeah and sell for me. I don't wanna a necessarily ruffled feathers are different than mine. Even the other day. When i made some reference and she mentioned we were talking about two different presidents became very clear which party we. Each of those are like. Ooh i wish there just a conversation. I had with her so anyway. I think you've gotta make your own decision around your position. Maybe in your worldview how you express that. I think that's such individual choice. Let's get to the content. You actually post unlimited. So for you tuesday tuesdays from yep Share of what gus lex. Lipids of a young of things in there so Would you say that the best thing took was a of advice and tips this. Let's i think advice tips trends in your industry. Your observations about those trends I think those things are well received. I think or if you find a really good article a good on any kind of source that you find. The somebody else's shared sharing their material. I mean this is just my opinion. I mean you'll see a lot of things that people share. But i think that when you're seeing as a resource when you're seeing is a go go-to person that's just simply elevates your professional credibility but it also helps attract the people you want to track you can to attract where people to your for your empire for her empire who are between late twenties early thirties. You wanted so to speak to that demographic and you want to think okay. How do they learn. You know one attracts them. So then you would be selectively about which podcast is share that type of thing so those are just some general theory of bents another good thing. 'cause we don't really have busy golden selage but even if you were like say when i'm at like teaching somewhere or so the other night i was chino project management has to do that's an international organization. Project management is is a professional field. So i was teaching lincoln classed them and during the class Which was done through zoom webinar anyway. So i'm cheap. I'm i'm ellington. And i say such a delight to get to teach on lincoln and then i referenced. The name of the entity project management institute mile high chapter here in denver colorado area. And then i tagged the lady who invited me and i tag the man who was m seen. I've had fifteen hundred views of the coast. Missile too bad right i. I didn't even have jim inch with it. Because i couldn't exactly take their picture. No yeah so anyway. The point is then. I wanted to show them how easy it is to pose as much as anything an all. These lovely hermit started flowing down from them giving the post yet more energy like i said so if you think you know what i often think of is what are people asking me lately. What problems how am i saw like for example. You know how many times people get to lincoln account schooling or even. More accounts is dead right. So yeah because you don't want to of you linked into confuses people. So i will talk about you know maybe every few months even the whole idea of having to account in what to do so then then i'll say indian helped me. I'll say to people. Hey for free. You got a problem with this. We'll do a zoom accountable. Your shoulder virtually and we'll go through it and we'll see what we do we can to merge these two accounts so lot of mine is very gather is very you know kind of driven by. What's coming up lately. Leaked in a as you and i guess to have this level of like struggling with any social media. Wow let china skip knows. Revamping up before it. Forget half tell your your highest your viewers. Google dem's house when you google yourself. You will be surprised. That linked in comes up very high gods in google search seriously as it again by southern right now right now and you know is kind of scary. Then you're like oh no that profile pad. I should get to that you know. So that's that's like a moment drew people. Just don't even think that folks could even my daughter jane. i'll tell you what she's ten years older than you. She's in her thirties. Yank thirty so wet is. She isn't even online him. That silly girl people up there. She's a nonprofit now. She's a home mum. Technically she doesn't need linked. It is always hard to bring your family into this. But the point is that she she will google people finder link to read about him. See so it's used a lot. And sometimes i think people just don't have a clue how often they are being searched and they may know be losing business because they aren't showing up well enough. Let's say my data are a baby boomer once you like handle delinquent in at least walk them through it yet. Beltway be making distinction. Yeah go ahead finish your question. Yes so let's say that that maybe once obviously the walk them through the process or do each for them deals with for them as well or walked up through. Its and brad you ask. This is so important. I believe that except for posting some hosting. Would you could delegate. You pay somebody to post to go in as you. You have to trust right. They're going in as you with your ruling thin email and password and then posting his. You write that you could delegate how i it to me is impossible to delegate who to connect with because all your dad knows knows who he went to high school with for college of wins in college only. Your dad knows that he worked with that person to jobs. So when the invites come in and then also unless they really have. Your desk voice can kind of capture that you know to comment on people you know to me you have to be like like a ghost rider. Something no some people will do. Social media management other people in works. I'm not big on doing so much. Social media management only. That's just my opinion. So i think it depends and you see because you don't have to spend that much time and tell your dad that like how much effort is this to go into this platform and you might like it better than you thought so. I think a lot of people say. Oh i.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

04:16 min | 9 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"My guest today is richard haydock. Who has the author of the book shifting gears. Fifty baby boomers share their meaningful journeys in retirement. These boomers are on exciting journeys and richard. I am so glad you're here to tell us about these incredible people. What actually inspired you to write the book. I was hearing so many interesting stories from my colleagues about different things. They were doing in their retirement to kind of reinvent themselves and get a whole life in retirement. What did you discover as you wrote the book that surprised you family was a huge huge part of almost every person i interviewed they all had connections to family along with some other kind of thing they had going on and it was always a very special part of their the joy of their retirement one lady in particular. Her story spanned four generations. She was involved with a school. That had a preschool and had a really interesting set of values so one of the things they thought all preschoolers should do is go play in a creek and get all muddy and golic gonna stop and also to look at growing things and cooking with them and these are preschoolers and that the only people they wouldn't allow in the school had to have parent involvement where they showed up and monitored what the kids were doing with these various activities so the school went through has been around since the fifties. This lady was involved as a teacher in her younger days and then her daughter her daughter's daughter and now her great granddaughter have all been part of the school. Three of them have been involved in the administration of the school. Of course the great granddaughter is now a student at the school and she's in a preschool group. There and jane had been doing this for a long time on kind of a part time basis but became kind of the go-to person within the school. They would all come to her and say What should we do about this. And what's the right way to handle that. Then she said it was time for me to go. I wanted to let these people grow in their responsibilities and so she said it was time to retire and then as she was retiring she was setting. I want to leave a legacy here. The school meant so much to four generations of my family and didn't want it to come on come apart and so she started investigating. What are the critical things. School faces as challenges Some of the parks that they were taking the kids to play in and gone on to do other things they were renting out the park for different facilities for a wedding reception or whatever and they didn't want these little kids playing in the creek so they were constantly trying to find new places where the kids could go. They had a staffing problem later. Financial problem at a Physical facility problem and she said what we needed to do was just look at this. As the critical things this school needed to do to survive and thrive in continue to serve young preschoolers. And so she's been the person that's been kind of the driving force to say. How do we make this into something. That will always be here. And she's committed this next stage of her life after having been a teacher there to now being the person who drives the sustainability on it it just great great story and the look in her eye when she's telling this story about her kids her grandkids and great grandkids was just something to behold and because the school requires the parent to monitor the child. They have to write something up so she now has Three generations of write ups of one of their kids that was in the school and she said when you go back to those and compare your kid..

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"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"They would all come to her and say what should we do about this. What's the right way to handle that. Then she said it was time for me to go. I wanted to let these people grow in their responsibilities and so she said it was time to retire and then as she was retiring she was setting. I want to leave a legacy here. School meant so much to four generations of my family. Didn't want it to come on. Come apart and so. She started investigating. What are the critical things that the school faces challenges. Some of the parks that they were taking the kids to play in and gone on to do other things and they were renting out the for different facilities for a wedding reception or whatever they didn't want these little kids playing in the creek so they were constantly trying to find new places where the kids could go had a staffing problem. They had a financial problem. They had a physical facility problem And she said what we needed to do was just look at this as the critical things that this school to do to survive and thrive in. Continue to serve young preschoolers. And so she's been the person that's been kind of driving force to say. How do we make this into something. That will always be here. And she's committed this next stage of her life after having been a teacher there to now being the person who drives the sustainability of it. It's just great great story and the look in her eye when she's telling this story about her kids her grandkids and great grandkids was just something to behold and because the school requires the parent to monitor the child. They have to write something up so she now has Three generations of write ups of one of their kids that was in the school and she said when you go back to those and compare your kid your grandkid..

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"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

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"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"Ooh please join me. In welcoming dr dawn manche and her mother virginia roads dawn as the author of numerous books and a queen vernita series queen for nita lives in the kingdom of oceania and is lonely. Each of the books takes the queen. Outside of her castle for a year long journey she meets a new friend every month and each friend gives her seven facts about that part of queen for nita's kingdom on teaches children with severe cognitive delays. She began writing this award winning series as part of a class for her credentialing welcomed on and welcome virginia to the adventures with grammy podcast. Let's begin by. You're telling us a little more about your book. How it got started and the characters in it started with an assignment and my credentialing class. I was taking a math class and she asked us to write a book on math skills and to make a board game so the very original book. I actually put my students in it. It was called. Queen victoria's and all of my students were in the book and we traveled around the high desert and did a little skit to the pre k. Twos graders and then i would go back the next day and explain my students behaviors We were doing. When i decided to publish the book i made queen. Vernita was my grandmother. And she's queen renita m n everybody in. The book was Someone in my family. 'cause most of them were the children's i figured the children complain and it would be okay. But that was the only book i was actually publishing. I just wanted to publish it But i really started. I got first place in the av award. Which is out of colorado and started getting interviews and they started asking me like. What's your next book. What are you gonna ride on. And i didn't have any plans. So i love to travel and that came from my grandmother and my mother. We decided that the queen was gonna travel around created a kingdom and learn about the different areas. And so that's what she started doing. So in all of its based on my real travels and my role adventures so i have two books from kona. I have a friend that lives there that i grew up with so we go there a lot. And we've held baby alligator or i'm sorry baby seahorses and swam with the turtles and went swimming with the sharks and a shark cage and.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on I’m A Mom of A Teen, Help!

I’m A Mom of A Teen, Help!

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on I’m A Mom of A Teen, Help!

"Hey it's gretchen with. I'm a mom of a team help. Thanks so much for coming back. And so i want to be totally honest with you in saying that this is definitely a learning curve so excuse some of the noises in the background might be some delay here or there. But i'm working it out. I hope you enjoy this episode. It'll probably be my fave chechen. Hey mom so thank you for joining me for the debut episode. really of. I'm a mom of a teen help episode. Well this podcast has really been a long time coming in a long time in the making i started and stopped over and over again but i'm glad to be here and i'm glad that you are here and just really excited about all the information that moms are going to be able to get from other moms. Still let me introduce to you. My first guest. I would say she's the best mom in the world she is. My mom gretchen campbell. Hey mom hey gretchen. Hi how are you. I'm good how are you. I am well. Thank you so much for joining me. Listen when i thought about doing this. Podcast i just knew i was like i have my mom as the i guess and i knew that you would be on board right because i think it'll just be it'll just feel like we're chatting so thank you thank you for joining and so let's just died and so since it's the first very first episodes i'm playing around with the questions That want to act. Because i really want moms to get a full range of what parenting a teen looked like and what it looks like now right and because i know as a therapist that teens are are teams and nothing about teens have really really changed is just the times are different and so parenting teens has to different. So let's dive in So i've got a few questions. Maxed out that i want to ask you and so the first one is wanted to tell me how old you were when you were parenting. Your first inning. Oh my goodness this okay Parenting my first team had to be Had a beat eight. He was my first child was eighteen. I had having. I eighteen so he would have been a teenager. Me say he was born in sixty two. Okay so we've gotta figure all this out. I'm not prepared. So he and he was born in sixty two. Yeah so seventy two. He would have been ten right. So seventy five. He would have been thirteen. Thirteen yes so. Nineteen seventy five. You are raising your first teenager in. How old were you in. Nineteen seventy five okay Gosh house board in nineteen forty four so subtract that from nineteen seventy five. I was what is oh. Gosh where are you in your thirties. And i wasn't in my thirties. I was in my twenties. You're in your twenties. Who was born in seventy two now. I'm questioning to did. I didn't say seventy to sixty two. So now i'm quarries your brother sixty two and so he was thirteen in seventy five yet. I was born in seventy eight born in seventy eight. He was born in sixty q. Okay never mind with the man yes so you were in get ones yes. I was in my twenties and yes. The times are definitely different raising the team now. Okay so tell me how was. It raises the team back then. I wasn't very difficult. Not for me. They did the things that teens normally do like Going somewhere not supposed to be Coming back when supposed to come later when you become an And worcester the technology. Today is just just totally different with the teenagers because they can contact you if they're gonna be late coming home but then you you sat down you worried about them. Because you didn't have that connection the cell phones. Gotcha okay so in the seventies. It was sort of the same thing not coming back home when you were axed to. You know maybe breaking some rules. And so that was in the seventies. How what how different did it become through the years. So he is the old days merb'ys who is the oldest child. He's the oldest of out of five so when you were raising me. That was a different time in a different. A different era right. Yes did you see a difference in the parenting skills that you had to use Actually i did when you were a teenager. I saw because he was a boy. And you're a girl. I i saw that difference. Okay but i didn't see too much difference and from when he was attained. And were you became a teenager. Gotcha so maybe so. Parenting was still similar. Yes except when you're looking at the different between raising a son in reason daughter so that is my net. That was my next question exactly so you have. How many kids five five. How many boys you have two boys and girls. Three girls regard. What was it like. Like what what. What were some of the major differences in raising boys and girls when they were teenagers. O- gosh well you.

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"baby boomers" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on KTRH

"Income. Saving baby boomers like you Okay. Red flag for You have the wrong financial visor, and it's time to get a second opinion. You're paying way way too high fees. The right financial visor is a game changer in retirement. Let's look at this. From the standpoint of two brothers Bill and Forest Each is 50 with $250,000 saved between their salary deferral in the company match they put in exactly the same amount every year. About 24,000 till retirement at age 66. But here's the thing bill is paying on knowingly 2% in higher fees than forest here. The balances at age 66 Bill. $1 million. That looks pretty good, right? Marsha for US 1.5 million just due to 2% different in fees. That he will never notice the difference of 500 grand just by drilling down into fees. And here is the thing. Within your For one k. You'll never be able to find them. They are hidden in the plan document, which is filled with retirement legalese. Imagine how much you could do with another $500,000 in retirement. No, wait, there's more. If you're with a financial advisor, you may be paying 2% and internal fees in the mutual funds. And the adviser may be charging you want a 1.5% management fees for a total of 3% or more..

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"baby boomers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Baby boomers have worked hard to save hard to be able to retire and have our most optimized to maximize retirement as opposed to them counting on us to subsidize their financial mis management folks I think it's so important for us baby boomers to to really think about this it's never too late in many of you have shared with me openly Chuck look at I really feel like you know I I I'm I'm playing not to lose and I see a lot of of of us boomers doing that right there were positioned in cash we we sense this coming correction possibly even stock market crash beyond a correction in many of the share with me and and I've had a front row seat in working with you baby boomers listening as well as business owners now for the last twenty plus years that have said look I've lost especially when you look back on these last twenty years I've lost they've said check I've lost fifty percent twice yeah I just can't afford to do that right in in in and we understand that but then there's the flip side people that are going for it not realizing how over exposed they really are and here's the crux no one is talking about taxes and I say no one and no one from the sense of those it had the same adviser for twenty or thirty years of said this Chuck of ask about taxes numerous times how are we going to address taxes how will taxes be addressed to protect me in this plan in one particular client I think of Steve shared they said look check by the fifth time when I visor finally as we ask them ask him you know what are we gonna be doing about taxes what's your plan and he said look taxes are just part of the equation he said we knew it was time for a change and I think about what other clients to share with us baby boomers that are really looking for direction in many of them have shared with us look no one's really providing any tax savings direction in the inflation protection in the stock market correction or crash avoidance and and that's causing the people to be very confused threats of people feel that that lack of directions causing confusion that sense of confusion many boomers a share with us is forming a sense of isolation that kind of feel like they're on their own little island thinking like will surely the older wealthy a figure this out it feels like there's a few puzzle pieces missing in my planning and yet I hear the same old traditional you know worn out Wall Street broken record theme love let's see if we can do better than the S. and P. five hundred and let's take a bad on these stocks or mutual funds and hope they do better than what what you've had in the past has done and let's do the hope and pray strategy folks that's what not we know boomers are very eager to avoid feeling confused isolated and then many it felt powerless just feel like you know what jackets I really feel that it's too late I I feel like the really trapped in these IRA's because how much I saved my four oh one K. I don't feel that there's any way to on tax you know eighty five percent of my so security from being taxed or you know I think about clients bothered Lindell talk to you about boomers in their seventies that that my goodness be paying the maximum Medicare premium penalty over three hundred Bucks each month and having the extra seven grand go to social security taxes that are unnecessary being pushed into a higher marginal tax bracket thinking that they have done absolutely everything that they could have possibly done to protect themselves and unfortunately we're setting themselves up to become what I write about my books my new upcoming book the perfect government tax payer folks we should never have to burden we boomers should never have to burden the federal government's blunders I if I understand what it feels like to over pay tax I understand what it feels like to then save that unnecessary tax and I want to teach you that you can learn how to not just survive in retirement but learn.

"baby boomers" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"baby boomers" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And today will go back to one of the most well known movies of the late sixties take you through the reality of what you'll need and spend in retirement and the pros and cons of a robo advisor all coming up in just a few minutes Mike we make a point here on the show quite often to wish Happy Birthday to various celebrities that are also baby boomers like your clients and we have a different one today that's not a celebrity but someone I think should be famous in her own right you've probably never heard of this person CBS in New York interviewed Louise sick nor a I believe that's how you say her name recently because she celebrated her hundred and seventh birthday big question how does she do it I think the secret of a hundred and seven I never got married I think that's the secret my sister says I wish I never got married she says now her sister by the way a hundred and two but yes we're sorry where's that clip I sent you the other day of all my gosh I guys that yeah the guy that's a good one kind of this is the female version of that yes it is of their don't get married is a lot of stress I don't think statistics support that technically they cite you live longer if you are merry but I've always heard that too they were they're lying to us but one sister single a hundred seven another sister been married a hundred into either way Mike it's becoming more and more common to see people living these exceptionally long lives married or not yeah absolutely so and and in this case and this is the reason why when we do financial planning for individuals like Chris and I don't have any clients that are a hundred and seven much less a hundred and two but just in case they live to be a hundred and two hundred and seven hundred ten whatever the number is you have to come up with a financial plan that's gonna make sure they don't run out of money over time and it's not just about not running out of money I'm always concerned when I hear these advertisements related to Hey just give me a call.

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