17 Burst results for "Berkner"
"berkner" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"You want use at best birth business birth in a relationship birth family berkner community both our movement. A truth be told. You gotta have the right seed so one last thing that i'd like to touch on before we jump into the lightning round. Is this article that i read. Recently by angie chapman for business insider and it's titled died without a will. I learned a big lesson about money management as an african american and she talks about that when her mom died. They lost the home because she died without a will. They lost their mom's home. And in this article you're quoted and you speak about the fact that unfortunately this scenario is not uncommon and according to some estimates about seventy percent of african americans die without a will. Why and what can we do about this. How can we make sure that money management is taught at an early age so this is a wonderful way to connect the dots of what we talked about. And i just have to say thank you. I love talking you but at so this article on this i was i was in. Martha's vineyard. I haven't event every year with gina collier. She owns a company called rise and she was one of my first clients on the narrow road and we talk with parents whose children go to independent schools and the woman. Who wrote this article was there and when she heard me talk about legacy wealth. She's a i got two interviews this article and she talked about her mother. Now if people are familiar with acid framing again. this is trading shorter's work on as part of the fellowship. I was able to really understand it. And oftentimes we frame a lot of problems in the black community for the problem part the negative not positive but if you frame it from an aspiration starts to change the whole piece of it our the whole outcome of it actually so when i chatted with her said look. I'm an acid framers are gonna look at this from a positive way so many of our elders do not have wills from my research. What i found is don't want to think about dying and leaving disruption and perhaps separation over the assets they have attained. They want their families to stay together and because they haven't had ongoing relationships with each other and with money when someone dies they scatter even more. And so it's really important that we begin the conversation about what will is in our families early and interestingly enough. When i was at bennett this weekend i talked to a woman from nineteen graduate of one thousand nine hundred fifty. First thing i ask. What is wealth mean to you. And she was able to tell me what her daddy and her granddaddy did for her. Now have you graduated from college. Nineteen hundred fifty. Your daddy and granddaddy have our relationship on the other side of the emancipation live which is very interesting and so to be able to look at in here what wealth means for them and how they had to prepare and protect. What was there because it had to live on beyond them. And so when what i say to people who say oh i won't get an inheritance You won't get inheritance in you. Don't have some conversations because the fact that less than thirty percent of our elders have wills and are still alive means you could have a conversation and get an inheritance with a pour over will in an understanding of how to build trust and then if you call your family members together and say look. Let's go into business together. Let's elevate the family business to another level. People start talking about what they really would to do. Because they realized they have the potential to have inherited equity. That's the beautiful thing about ownership and so again having business accu understanding the primary purpose of business understanding how business works. I think would really eradicate a lot of the stumbling blocks. We have generation after generation. Do you think that the quickest route or best route towards building legacy wealth as far as that first tier of selecting occupation in income and bring income is to go the entrepreneurship route. So in the narrow road. I look at everything the lens of business and i start with legacy and legacies are african american leaders. There are to economic mindsets the african-american cutie best identified with the legacies of booker. T. washington and wbz boys now who sits in the center of them is one of the baddest black men on planet or the baddest blackmail legacy on plant which is killing miller kelly nor was the first african american to attend the john hopkins. Phd program. He didn't finish for financial reasons but he went on to be a dean. At howard university. He edited both booker t. Nwea to boyce's work now for those who are familiar. Doctor boyce was the first african american to graduate with parv booker. T. washington went to hampton university mile. Lamont and was then hired to run tuskegee. Now he did something called the atlanta compromise where he encouraged people not to fight for the vote to work in earnest at the equity table and people pit those two together. Deploys was talking about the talented tenth. And what i affectionately. Say booker t. Washington was talking about was necessary. Ninety kelly miller was in the middle saying wasn't an either or it was a both and if the earners the people who choose to work for other people would use a portion of their earnings and invest in the owners the ones who want to build up enterprises in the community the return investment were built wealth for both sides the increase investment would allow them to expand and progress to an institutional level the reality in the black community that post brown versus board of education we got some financial products it came with red lining came with some pretty subprime mortgages which repetitive patterns. But we really left our own communities which were closed loop economic circles to go elsewhere with debt that was never fully repaid. We need institutional growth. Where are black organizations or institutions and businesses who are more than four generations old. What what do they look like. What is a revenue size. What is their assets is if we don't understand that there is a need for that. What are the things that i find.
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"Was more on the open rather than t-rex which stuck closer to the trees. Fun Fact About Danica Bell Tour. It is the first definite dramatic or to be found in the South West. It also shows that rafters diversifying late in their evolution. This is Zen Menendez on the children's hour. Two one two three four thirty Well I saw. I'm beyond planning to go a real. You know go but now the children partner up in one on that being to get along without me. They'll say I didn't think he'd really go. I wish along with boys is he's gone on Dinosaur Park new dinosaur to I wanted to come back. Go goes on. You never really awesome. You're not the non shape and you're not the right size you don't get along with others but you need to realize that the actors and the movies are not what. You're supposed to be our good the way you are. Because you're you that's best you see we've all been looking for all models and Turner is to Hollywood but that's not where to find them. Look to yourself yes that is good. It's okay Lhasa Raptor. Don't be sad velociraptor. You're the size of Turkey. Nod ally can't turn it off and don't have friends to rely on the movies have created an unattainable though raptors in. Those films were a fictional creation. Don't judge yourself too hard velociraptor. You are good the way you are. Las Raptor Lhasa. By that was the double clicks from their CD. Worst superpower ever clever girl song. And I'm a little dinosaur was Jonathan Richman and the modern lovers from a CD called roadrunner. The beserk -Ly Collection. You're listening to the children's hour if you WANNA find out more about the dinosaurs.
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"Math in your eye. You're near someone in your family right now and I'm about to sing about them away when you hear anything about them or maybe even go over big author your your back. I'm so your your back your your in my heart. I when I mean your family even like your pets right. Yeah past and a Yar Ma'am rebound I'm and I love Laurie.
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"Guys well? Laurie Berkner here. Live on the children's hour. Well live one. We're recording her. And I know you have things that you're doing right now as we're recording this it's still social distancing around the country and here in New Mexico and where you are in New York. How are you doing that as a musician or are you still putting on shows while I can't put on live shows but I am doing? Facebook live shows on. Weekdays has been a lot and actually. I'm going to go down to three days a week. Doing it still at ten. Am Eastern But it's been really fun. Had An enormous response and I love seeing all the kids and families watching commenting and we do different themes are we've had a birthday party and Game Day and Family Day and transportation the kinds of things so it's really fun to do. I don't know I actually feel like even though I really miss the live concerts. This has been a really special time for me and it feels so good to be able to give something to families who are at home and want to be able to stay connected and WANNA have music in their lives every day so feel really just kind of lucky to be able to do this and it gets me up every day singing which is awesome. We're talking with Laurie Berkner. She's in her studio. Were an ours and the kids are on zoom and we wanted to play a little something off of a really cool compilation of a lot of lorries work done.
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"Laurie Berkner thank you so much. It's great to have you with US and big fans here on the children's hour we've been following your career over all these years. Can you tell our listening audience? Who maybe maybe some have never even heard of you before. Tell us a little more about you. Yeah I will. I've been a writing and recording songs for kids for more than twenty years and I have books out as well sometimes. I write songs for musicals and I make videos and I just love singing with kids and making music for them. You have had three children's grammy. Nominations you've been the parents choice gold winner and the National Parenting Publications Gold Award winners. You're just you like win. All these awards and part of is I think because you really sing in a way that brings everybody into the song and I love that about you. Do we have any questions from kids on our crew for Laurie? Ille- do you have any children and if you do. What is the name in how many I have one daughter? Her name is Lucy and she is fifteen. Yeah what's it like? Having Laurie Berkner as your mom do you sing all the time she finds? It's slightly annoying because yes I do sing. And in fact like when we have a fight or we're talking about something that she hides embarrassing and I start to turn it into a song. She did throws up her hands like have to turn everything into a song. A Melissa has question for you. What inspired you to start writing songs for kids so about a year. After I graduated from College I got a job as a music specialist for preschoolers and the job was sort of a just a random thing that I was babysitting for someone who is a movement teacher for preschoolers and she said Oh. There's an opening at my school. You are great with kids and you are a musician. Maybe you'd like to do this. Combine two things so I got the job and I was very bad at it and I really didn't know songs that kids would lake and I wasn't sure what to do so finally I started asking the kids what they wanted to sing about and making up songs for them rather than just trying to figure out what songs they might like and bringing them in and at work much better so once I started listening to what the kids had to say and asking them about what they wanted to sing about and then responding to that I started to write the music for them when you were a kid. What kind of music did you listen to that inspire you anyway? Well it depending on what age? We're talking about listened to lots of different things. I loved Broadway musical south particularly anything Julie Andrews in it like Mary poppins and the sound of music my fair lady but I also listened to a lot of folk music I listened to hat palmer was a musician. Who wrote kids music at the time? And then I think just continuing to listen to music as I liked a lot of music from the sixties as I got older and Also music from other countries and all those things. I think inspired me in terms of how I write. Does anyone on the crew have a request for a song? Maybe something about dinosaurs. We are dinosaurs. The stomping one. This is one of the first song they ever wrote actually end. This was completely inspired by the kids. We I take we stop over over Be Hard aren't we are that I four mission? Why because thanks.
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"Three going down. They're going too far. opens up. There's a cow a common rockland me. Now we're rockin. Wow we're waiting on my. I'd go more for the morn going up that there's an elephant say stump your our stomping while we're waiting for the elevator later. Step of press the button. I doubt that there's an alligator snapping waiting. Okay you guys ready against the elevator now. We're all inside the elevator me. Everyone press a button Allan the lobby down down any bad everybody out because we you're you're listening to the children's hour we have with us. Laurie Berkner she is. Hey singer songwriter. Beloved by kids and adults around the world and welcome to the children's hour..
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"So everyone today on the show. It's pretty special. Laurie Berkner is going to be coming on the with us to you know who she is pretty cool from what I've heard. Yeah from what I heard. I'm pretty sure she's Children's artist. She is an in fact. She's been nominated for the grammy several times. She's won so many awards for her music and she's beloved by kids including kids in our audience and here on our crew. I'm pretty excited to talk to her. How about you can't wait and we also have coming up on the show today. A piece out of K. F. Eye and that's in California redding and red bluff and these are the extinction diaries produced by kids. I'm Jason Zen also have some information for us about a brand new dinosaur. That's been discovered. What without further ADO. We've asked Laurie Berkner. Who's with us now to start us off with a song and we're going to sing along and at home it's easy to follow. You can help us take it away. Laurie Berkner waiting for the elevator. Sooner might come later when it doesn't step inside and go for. I mean going to the bar one going to the first. There's a dog say now we're wagon while we're waiting for the elevator. Michael later. The Orion going to go into the second off. Say being coming now. We're jumping while we're waiting for the house later. Press the buttons.
"berkner" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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"berkner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"My dog in my homemade mask it is for other people that I'm doing it I am only protective if others do the same therefore I take issue with bill Reilly noting the president would be showing weakness if he himself wore a mask okay Judy interesting point you're making masks to protect other people because you may be a symptomatic you don't know you have the virus but in my car I understand and that's a good thing but the president added states is the leader in the war against the pandemic and when you are a leader you put forth strength so I don't believe the president needs a mask because obviously he is not in contact with everyday people I think it's tested almost every hour on the hour for everything and if Donald Trump or mask you know how much you would be mocked and derided all over the world that does not help the fight against the virus Jim Berkner is investor up Texas I understand why the virus spread so rapidly within Italy because of the closeness of families children parents grandparents all living together the same styles prevalent with China and it seems viruses controlled much quicker we do not know Jim because China does not tell the truth about anything the communist totalitarian is put out propaganda also when the virus was finally acknowledged by Beijing they sent the army at nobody yeah nobody out of Wuhan that is a very effective way to stop the spread of anything one is a rifle pointed at your head Sharon o'brien likens Penn valley California my question is why is the flu worse than cold at nineteen it's not worse share the flu may kill more people in the end then call visit in the USA that might be true but the spread of this virus you so fast and so mysterious so I just don't know how it gets from one person to another they know what's airborne that means if you sneeze in the air and you breathe the same air the snoozer you can get it but they don't know about services they don't know the other things so this is a very very intense situation and I don't think you can compare the regular flu too cold it Sandra Chardan burger Colorado springs just read an article that eighty percent of the patients in New York City use ventilators for covert nineteen and they are dying Sandra be careful of statistics like that all right they usually bogus anything you read on the internet anything you've got to be skeptical here's the deal governor Cuomo asked for thirty thousand ventilators he's use five thousand there's a lot of hysteria surrounding the virus I'm bill o'reilly and I approved at that message by actually putting.
"berkner" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Pioneering beauty products when I was growing up my mother was vice president of the madam CJ Walker manufacturing company in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties the silverware that we used every day had madam walkers monogram and the China that we used on special occasions had been in her mansion in Irvington New York believe bundles grew up with her great great grandmother's silverware and her legacy but never actually met her as madam CJ Walker had died in nineteen nineteen bean at the peak of her powers and had been living the life of the super rich she commissioned Berkner Tandy the first license black architect in New York to build a mansion for her in Irvington New York which was the wealthiest community in America a few miles away from John D. Rockefeller's mansion the headlines talk about this woman who had risen from the cotton fields of the south to build a mansion in Westchester county along the Hudson River in the nineteen seventies and media bundles was trying to make her own way in the world as a generalist when a black college professor convinced her she should writes about her famous family but this was the era of the African black women's head with political hair still conundrum still contested terrain fraught emotionally for African American women in a world where European standards of beauty really.
"berkner" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Is the Dana show right here on five seventy KLIF. Seven seventeen at K L IFC fifty three is on Sunday. Of course. It's in Atlanta this year. That's where we find our Clayton Neville, good morning Clayton. Have you found any Texans there yet? Good morning. Well, there's one Texan that's going to be into the game North, Texas. And in fact, a keep to leave is a graduate of Richardson Berkner high school, and he's trying to bring that North Texas high school. It's third claim the Lombardi trophy. He's a star cornerback for the Rams, and he'll be one of the high profile stars on the field this Sunday. But yeah, there was fans from all over the country. Obviously plenty of advance Michael Irvin yesterday for Dallas tie as well. So everybody's here and the excitement growing ahead of this game. I always I I enjoy listening in to the to the sports talk stations, frankly, but this time of year, listen to our friends and colleagues downstairs, our sister stations ESPN and the ticket, and they're all there, and they all get to talk to the big guests and everything, but the thing that always blows my mind a little bit is they don't all get to stay and watch the game. They all get to come home today or tomorrow. That's got to be so frustrating. But but it is really a big deal to be down on radio row. Right. Yeah. I was there yesterday. In fact, I'm about to walk back over there again today to see who we could find you never know who you're gonna come across Vander Holyfield there yesterday doing interviews. Of course, it's a chance for a lot of these celebrities to push whatever it is they have going on with all the TV and radio stations there. But for example yesterday, and we'll probably hear this over the weekend. I got a chance to speak with the actual air force team. That's going to be conducting the fly over during the national anthem on Sunday. They're they're promoting what it is. They do. So it's a really neat story. We'll have that later on in the week. That's really cool. How's the weather there? I compare it to Dallas. It's about the same. I think the high today is somewhere in the mid fifties. Or so gets down to thirty five maybe forty at night. But nothing nothing to Chile nothing like the northeast or the upper mid west have you had a chance to have you had a chance to take a look at the brand new Mercedes Benz stadium there that looks really really cool. I haven't been over there yet. The only thing that's going on there. Obviously is the game. Everything else is more focused over in the Olympic square course where the Olympics were held back in ninety six. This place is held several Super Bowls Atlanta's a really great city for this type of event, you can walk everywhere. They're accommodating big time convention centers where the media center is really a nice setup. I do bowl. Maroon five I guess is going to be performing for the halftime show doesn't seem to be as much interest in the halftime show this year. What what is the what is the controversy surrounding them and not and not doing an interview or something I just caught barely caught wind of that. Well, the main controversy with them that I've heard I haven't heard about the interview specifically, but I've heard about you know, that they've been criticized heavily for accepting this role was the halftime former because of the fact that the NFL has been under so much scrutiny, you know, with the kneeling situation the national anthem and all of that a lot of maroon five fans rip set that they agree to do it. And now they're calling for maroon five to make some type of statements during the halftime show whether that will happen or not we'll have to wait and see. All right. We'll have fun. Do you get to go to the game? Probably not right. Now, I'll be there. I'll be up in tucked up in the press box on Sunday. Sports. Good for you. That's cool. Great. Well, have a good time. Okay. Thank you. There's KLIF Clinton. Boy. He knows people apparent most of the guys downstairs who are there now during their shows have to leave this afternoon. President Trump said yesterday that unity will be the theme of his first state of the union address under divided government. And he said he respects Stacey Abrams who will give the democratic response. Yeah. He said, I hope she does a good job. I respect her. Well, he's trying to play nice because you know, things are not going well between him, and that's the Pelosi Nancy Pelosi will be sitting behind the president. Always look so bored. Yeah. That's a terrible position sitting behind somebody who has the full attention of the entire country and yet not like picking your nose, not yawning, awning and doing weird. How many times did you see during the the administration of George W Bush? Did you see Hillary Clinton in the crowd at the state of the union rolling her eyes? I mean, she was really obvious about it. Excuse me. That's a good reason to watch right? There are people who are going to be in the gallery above Victorino Morales who once worked for one of Trump's jobs in New Jersey for years, even though she was born in Guatemala and lived in the US illegally. He's an illegal citizen illegally and she worked for Donald Trump. And so that's the point of her being there. I had a really interesting conversation yesterday. With a woman who came here from a country, a small country in Africa, and she escaped a war in our country, and she came from Sudan. Yeah. So I'm always curious to hear about. People's take on the immigration situation from people who have immigrated to this country in that position. Exactly. And she said I came here legally, and I went the proper route, they should do the same thing. Well it excuse me. It just makes sense. If you think about what are these people's aspirations aside from getting away from a very threatening environment and way of life, in many cases, like all these these migrants again coming up through from Central America up to Mexico. Okay. They're trying to they're trying to escape. These people because she escaped from her country. She actually walked to Sudan for three days. Really? That is interesting. She and I said, well, did you seek political asylum here, and she said, no because I was already in Sudan. So she came here through legal means through someone who sponsored her. Well, the thing is if you don't wanna have to live in the shadows. Once you get here, if you're you know, you want to get in and and have opportunity then you have to do it legally. And I don't understand what so many great lifer south. I mean, she her daughters very successful. And she's been successful. You know, every other country in the world has tougher immigration laws than we do every single one of them. That maybe Mexico right now, they've really turned things around used to be that if you. They don't want these people if nobody, but they're allowing them to stay if you scurried across the southern border of Mexico. You're likely to as likely to get shot as anything else. Now. They're saying, okay. Well, stay here. We'll we'll find something for you. And that helps that helps the situation in the United States border but coming up at seven forty half of all Americans. Apparently what asleep divorce? What is that? We'll tell you. Okay. Coming up at seven forty. It's called the tease. Thought I would just underline it with the what is that? And then Frank sweet tech. We'll have the latest movies at the box office coming up at eight seventeen seven twenty five right now. Let's have a look at the Friday.
"berkner" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"A man in Philadelphia Eagles, sweat you who brought us wild Honey live wild Honey from the bees that he keeps. Do you get stung, and he says all the time, and I go you have to be nuts to do this. But thank you for the Honey. So we have very kind wild, Honey, boo. Boo from John and Tulsa listening to show. It was a delight to hear Tony described driving on I ninety five in Florida about six weeks ago. I posted on Facebook that the worst indictment of my driving is that I was. Totally comfortable on the ninety five International Speedway. And while I didn't come in. I I was in contention. I was driving from Fort Lauderdale to see the in laws in Daytona after getting off a Princess cruise that took us to the Dutch ABC islands of rubel, bone, air and cure, Sal. And yes, it was the cruise where murder happened some man allegedly strangled a woman on one of the upper decks, then allegedly threw her over the side where she definitely didn't make it all the way to the water instead landing on one of the lifeboats which caused part of her body to splatter back onto the boat. The scariest part we have no idea even to this day. If anyone was arrested for this because needed the Aruba police. The Dutch authorities nor the FBI has released any information. So we may have completed our crews next to violent psychopath would terrible aim also despite social media post to the contrary during the visit with the in laws never said, I was envious of the woman PS, no hush money or other discounted offer. Yet, I'm keeping my fingers crossed Aruba. We're the curling. Your sanders. Yes. Yes. Kevin in northeast. I saw my doctor Wednesday afternoon. I was prescribed a medication that came with a few recommendations one of which was to avoid prolonged exposure to the sun. I look my doctor dead in the eye and probably louder the necessary voice Bill. Have you not been outside during any of twenty eight teen please tell Mike Litz probably raining again. Charlie birds in Springfield Virginia. Is it just me or is Chuck missing out on an obvious podcast opportunity? Nowhere else could one find a weekly combo of betting and toilet paper. Then the over under with Chuck Todd from Todd brickner, Dr Hoff Todd Berkner rather left contact Dwight contact. Okay. Okay. He's in Adamstown, Maryland, Ron Rushworth in Charleston, West Virginia, we have somebody from Charleston, South Carolina here as well. After listening to your story about purchasing women's sunglasses. All I can think of is you should be thankful that it wasn't your underwear. You forgot to pack. You know, I would have known that you.
"berkner" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I would do that the people car if I wanted to fuck we I'd send your cabs like at two in the morning. Aw. And then they're expecting the fair and every that my grandma's death. Please ring the doorbell. The kids would come to school next day sublease on a cab to buy these. Be my friends. Have you ever talked like parents from your friends? What did he think of us as eight year old? How what was it like having us as kids 'cause they must have been like they can't have recovered yet. This is crate sui were you the worst in your group? Or was there always one that that would go, you know, an extra mile and your crew who was the guy that would just I feel a year at a guy, but also feel like a guy. Let's be honest. This was what was going on. Because I talked about trying to write a book. Dan was always three or four Spanish kids removed to north Berkner. They put we weren't the popular breed. We were the fucking Arab today. You know what I'm saying? Like, these people with their meet them either language fucking Telemundo. You know, they didn't really know the culture, you know, Barajas shit like that. So. For me to get it tension as a kid I had to be above and beyond them. You do. Yeah. Like when I tell people you wanna get piece of pussy fucker white chick from Miami. 'cause she's been compete with Spanish. Dick better. Saying all the white kids fucking Spanish chips because pussies good, you're white chicken. May you look at the white chief from Miami. Like south west they will get dick to the pubic cans flabby because they've been trained they have to they know they competing Cantat Spanish chicks, Brazilian chicks and Puerto Rican. Chicks, you gotta something. Good pipe. It's the same thing with with when I was growing up. So. Like, it was really an act to me like I was fucking kind of out there as it was my dad had died. You know, I was a little out there, my mom, remove age three three. But that fucked me up, then my mom remarried. He do you. Remember anything anything or do? You more remember pictures that you've seen? No, no. I remember this is a picture of my father you'll ever. My sister sent me from Cuba via my cousins. My dad and my mom circuit nineteen fifty four on the street corner in New York City with like three other couples like way before the Cuban revolution. They were kids. They were kids. He was six four. I don't remember him. I remember being living in a kitchen in union city. What we I had the bar memorabilia blocking the way we lived a block and a half away from the bar. And I remember that him and I would dip bread into our boil I love till today. Every time I see our wall the Brennan, I think of my fault in that crazy that connection with food. Smell. I remember going through the tunnel with him sitting on his lap at three you. Remember this three be driving? Call for that. But I don't remember the tone of his voice conversation. I recently someone sent me a video of my grandmother. And I mean, she was such a great woman took care of us like she was a mom to us. And and I heard that video and in my head her voice was lower. It was weird. I you know, what I mean like the pitch was a little higher than I actually really remembered it, and I started realizing like, oh, you know, you start hearing that voice in your voice almost. But that was interesting to me because I was like, yeah. If you would have played that for me. I'm like, I don't think I would have guessed that was my grandmother I and then when the cameras on and she starts talking. I was like, wow, I don't remember it being sounding exactly like that. That makes any sense to connections left on my mother's world. Godmother's daughter Miami. At my mother's brother in one. And when I talked to my mother's brother, my uncle we've had a rocky fifty five year relationship. But I spoke to him over the weekend. It's weird when I hang up with them. It's like talking to my mom only if she was a man they have something in the voices, very similar. You know, they call my uncle on the way back to the comedy store..
"berkner" Discussed on No Jumper
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"berkner" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"To herat berkner berkner anyone over your new one oh my god i'm almost grateful that you did this because it's just entertainment the fact that you suck if people think like people think i'm like doing this shit on purpose i'm just like no this is my daughter credibility started when i got traded at the deadline and the penguins won the cup in chris kunitz leg of twenty nine goals in like twenty games with the penguins i i am i like why don't we get some talking points here let's talk about the top and guys for the bees i mean we could see to ten that's open to anyone juca man i mean me and fight oberg by man of boston boston we fight this fight everyday on twitter this so many idiots and boston can't or won't don't appreciate to in every once in a while he lets go should have had even old i fucking carolina february and they cry about it and you know i make seven million because the fucking idiom proves gave a contract in two times in a row any proved it to them so they idiots while you call them the bruins if idiots rally it was shirley i'm not on the bruins clarify good point what's it sorelle gave the game contract here two times row you already proved that so yeah he earned the seven million so shut the fuck up about the seven main he makes the money get over it it a your money who cares it's not tax payer money he's the guy's number one and t proved the tait he no he had to step up bergereon losing them out of the bloom in nobody who got hurt i'm here and spread rumors but i'm getting texts and people who do text me saying they hear it serious note.