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"bob boat" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"bob boat" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"What's he going to do? Cute? Do you have a four string? They could go to the Oh, you know, I mean, Harry, you got Bob Boat? I mean, I thought as we pointed out earlier than he play, I thought he played pretty well. That one game you play except for the power play. And, you know, three power play goals. That kind of Really set the tone for the game. And you know on Draeger. I thought in the first period at Draeger didn't have it because I kept looking at him losing missing in the gold pad or the the catch with his glove. He wasn't finding the park real well and And, of course, then Barbara. She came in and in the third period, but that's two times now. I don't know. All right. Says you know that. Does that send a message to the goal is to not I just curious to see right now. You've got a young kid in there. He had a decent okay, uh Four games in the regular season. You know, he he won all four of them. His save percentage was It was good, not outstanding at me. It was 9 19, which is very good which you want to have. But Um, it'll be interesting to see right now. If I'm the find the lightning. I run a really test him early. I don't want to see this and they've got to get out of the second way is trying to pass the puck into the end of the net. You know, just start shooting out of my crazy really. Getting in front of the net, getting traffic there less what they started. Do when they became very successful. That Second game. That's what I I I'd like to see him do more of it, doing a very a lot earlier. Yeah, obviously have. Florida is really out shot the lightning and all three of these games they averaged about 40 shots per game..
"bob boat" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Dimension the bison on their in residence on bob boat. Praise ranch in jackson county eight. Oh seven out thirteen ten. Kfi gay thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the collision specialists studios such a pleasure to welcome former congressman author. I call him a bison boss. Two time nominee for governor. Bob hope ray. Back to the show bob. Such a great honor to talk with you again. All mind gail. It's good to be with you. I was original gene. Autry other there you go see. That's good not only of the deer and the antelope but you're you're bison just called you bison boss that that would enjoy i might. I might use that a little bit more if you don't mind i don't mind at but actually actually truth be known. You really don't bite around. Kind of work was a gentle suggestion. Perhaps may be lured them in some tasty treats what we do patients the best the best lesson you. Can you try to manage by. Okay wait. wait m. out. how many do you have. Oh we got about one hundred mother cows. They cavs in nearly that. Everything's come springtime. All the games are board. We'll have three or four hundred head running around up there. That is incredible. Knows amount of work there. Now and it's it's really just my son jim. Or he's our second boy and his wife julia and then cloudy and and That's that's pretty much it. Occasionally we have to hire somebody to with their backhoe or Do a little bit of roadwork but otherwise it's all of us do the gate in the having the moving the bison and all that and it's it's very fun with says not the biggest ranch by far up north park It's only thirteen hundred acres up there. That's not very much hundred acres. He sounded something we can at least manage and something we can also get get get across. We can see it all so it's It's fun it's really. We are really blessed richly. But you know. I'm curious and we wanna talk politics when i talk of the republican party. The future of the party Not only in the state but indeed when we look over the past four years of former president that was impeached twice and all the rancor and that seems to be brewing among party ranks. Wanna get into that. But i'm curious bison they've got there like any other animal they've got personalities right..
"bob boat" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Me a little bit jealous right now. I'm in santa. Monica california to okay. I was looking at janssen the other day and there was a picture of you and it was a i. Don't remember how many years ago was. Maybe it was ten twenty years ago and it was a bunch of guys in the back of a boat and he said you know this is one that all started for me the island life and i guess i didn't know you before you were island kenny. Honestly and so you know the first time you go and you're out to experience whatever you call the island life did you go. It's just a vacation and this is so fun. I i just want to go back and live there. Not really i Over the years. That was the first time i ever went down to the island. I was a. I shot a music video for how forever field and we had a day off. I took the ferry over To the other island in a and bobby it was crazy. I was walking up the street and there was this bar and they had the door open and i heard george strait coming out of that bar and i walked in and and and i think my head in and I said that really. George strait needs to guys looked at me who ended up being really good friends of mine from kansas city. And they went yet or you can eat chesney which really surprised me because it was really early in my life in my journey my in my career but That's kind of where it all started. You know several several years ago when the picture you're talking about was On a friend of mine. Bob's boat Called the hey now and it was a new year's day a one. Oh one to one in this this year. I think i think it's supposed you're talking about. It was the twentieth year anniversary of that date. And so did start. They did start my my Island journey if you will yeah. That was the picture i was talking about. Is it when you go back to that home. And you're there are other folks to live on the island that only know you as kinney and not kenny. Chesney there massive country superstar. Yes i love it but it but when they come out to the shows you know they they only know me as You know someone. They've seen allen for a lot of years now but when they come out to show their really confused because they don't know the other person's you know and and they they they can't believe it you know because they just You know they they see me as as local and in the grocery store and in and whatever and they've never seen the other side so when they do they're really confused at what's going on you put out the song. Happy does about to go number one another massive hit for you and i do wanna get into the amount of hits and one second but we. What is your song selection process like because you are notoriously good at picking song. Oh well i you know. I just try to put myself in the place of the narrator. I you know. I have to believe that somebody out. It's gonna move them in some way. And i've got a few people around me. Also that that's got really good song sense. I've learned songs since over the years from buddy cannon and and renee bell sony and chris lacey and a lot of people in my life that that you know helped me with that but i i happen to love it and i have to really live with these and and sometimes his me right off the bat and sometimes you have to live with it Just to know that a listener on any level is going to care about it and And that's kind of the mental process. I go through and like i said. Sometimes it's evident right off the bat and sometimes you hit me a little later on thirty one number one about to be thirty. Two with heavy does at your shows. I mean that's a lot of songs to play. Are there any number ones. You leave off the list consistently Yeah the ballots that were number one early on in my career. You know. I like their every now. And then we'll for a one or two of those in but my my life has been a little strange and my career has been a little strange because I had a greatest hits record out with eighteen songs on it but nobody knew who i was. Yeah it was really strange was before the no shoes. No shirt no problems album and we would go places and and we'd be we would be opening for people and i would do all these songs and they would go. That's the guy that that and it wasn't until we had young and the good stuff and no she's no shirt no problems that we connected the dots with everybody so it was once we started getting to that to that point. I really did Prioritize wanted to do in my in the live element and sometimes the balance. Just don't make so whether they were number one. And i talked about you because you are not only legendary but completely modern and contemporary only a few people in my entire music lifetime career have been able to see. Do that where you put on your first one thousand nine hundred four do you consider yourself as contemporary as you are a nineties country artists as well I do love that music. It's hard for me to listen to the music. I made them because everything has changed so much. And and i don't listen to it as a fan i listen to somebody who created it and i listen to it and going. Oh well i would have done this different. Well here's something on a radio from that from that era and go out. Why why did we mix it this way or why. Don't we do this. So i don't really listen to it. That way I i can tell you that. i I i'm really fortunate and feel very grateful to have to at this point in my career to still have a fire burn and to be getting songs alike american kids and get along and happy does and and all the music that we've created you know over the last four or five years so i. I don't know how to answer that. I mean i guess i a big part of my life was in the nineties. But it's also you know then since then and i feel like that my audience as an grown since then also and and It's funny you say that though because now do these songs that everybody knows now and i'll go back and do a song from the nineties and they'll checking their phones. They don't really weird. It was a big record. So it's It's interesting to see that. I got two quick questions and we'll wrap this up. 'cause i appreciate your time i was talking to deana carter pretty recently who i'm friends with and love. And no you know dina as well obviously and she was talking about you know she was riding. And you're writing at a house in the first time that you guys met. Were kind of an a driveway parking lot because you were blocking her in so the first deana carter meaning. Do you remember that meeting. And what in the world where you driving then. I don't remember that. I thought i met her to be a my word. I thought she was wonderful and and But maybe she's right. I i don't remember that moment. But i love dina and her mattress. Berg wrote one of my favorite songs ever with you and tequila and and it's will forever be a staple of my life. but but dina so wonderful. She's from east tennessee and and she's just She's been so great to me over the years. And i truly love her final question. Don't blink came out in two thousand seven so like the lyrics of the song. Does it feel like last. Fourteen years have gone by in a blink. Thank you very much has. Because we've been so busy and and bobby when you're on the road as much as we've been you know like like i said i i would i would. I usually tour from March or april until the end of september or first of september Whenever we play through nights and foxborough and so whatever that lays and so. When when you're doing that constantly and in my life is always been like a baseball season. We'd been on the road for six months and then we're off for six months and then say the six months off is spent preparing for the next six months long so you know you do that over multiple years and all those years start running together and yeah it's Don't blink is starting to seem like a very relevant psalm. In my life. Kate chesney have another number one. He is not only extremely relevant and he's still making setting the standards for other artists. He's also alleged at the same time. Only a few people can say.
"bob boat" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"All these things lined up unfortunately to have a good ending so yeah i Nightclubs has support mission I use of non couples also while flying the aircraft First time be performing a nighttime high angle of Sorry a high angle straight tank. So lots of i the The guy was probably pretty maxed out with a with a lot going on. So you have to say that The likelihood of impacts making an error was high on the normal But between the two of them they said you didn't spot that he had zeroed in on the wrong target until it was too late. It doesn't help to that. The ground crew that was struck was less than half a mile away and it was almost an identical configuration to the target Yeah yeah so far. He's going almost a bit surprised that i wasn't undercover Could reasons for that. I don't know how this range was being organized. It's not like it's the first time. I had of quite a few instances of misidentification of targets at night And people bombing the range safety else's hot people bobbing boats at sea. That will fishermen and not You know floating targets. These things do happen. Sadly well Moving on item d. An a three twenty one brushed past glider during descent into.
"bob boat" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Then Mike gets a job to replace. Mike Out I don't know man I just felt Mike has nine kids don't care about those kids. Mike has a pregnant but Javier hustling for the every day he's also Lyn Harvey has gone to the Wrong House Mike is a better worker. He needs a job, his wife's ready to push, but you just can't take food. Out of Javier Mouth, what it makes kids do to you why do you hate Mike's kids I don't hate Mike's kids but he doesn't have the GIG yet Havi your has get your take you give us and then you take away you can't do that. The air has a job because he's bored in his father's rich you don't know. These are all hypotheticals if you need a job, you do it well. That's it. You can't. Feel. Bad. If the job shirt. So okay. So you call a sandwich. So I called door dash but I got my shit but I I called door dash right and you're going to say, Hey, look you're fucked up I want credit boom and I'll give me like twenty five dollars. Right I don't know if you know this but even is not even is not even desert but not at the not the at the expense of Javier because he see he's the one that's GonNa get penalized that then here's what you do. You call up and you say, I, live in a building complex that isn't clearly numbered. It's very confusing. It's an honest mistake. But the bottom line is I didn't get my food this way you make it look like, Hey, buddy would've made the mistake. It's not obvious fault but you didn't get the food and you'd like some kind of compensation. There's ways to handle it rather than call up and be like, Oh, here's a piece of Shit motherfucker. Told me he makes mistake all the time you should fire him. That's a different. Couple quicky meals and I wanna hear one of your rants because I haven't heard one in a while. But I did tease family feuds I got to do that. All right and I'll tell you. First of all Kristie Lynn Cantu wrote to us. This is important because we sometimes need to hear these things. She can to she can to yeah, she went to our facebook page of all places to Brooklyn Boys, which is a wasteland, the Brooklyn Boys. At the Brooklyn Boys on facebook well I mean we haven't posted there in a while we gotta do something about our facebook. Yeah. Yeah we do. We got to put some video on there. How about that? Do we video content? I'm having you already put video of your other podcasts would share. On our boys page. Yeah. They start doing that. You know what we're going to get some video and video content on the Brooklyn Boys Page what did you say anyway, science for life from Hot Tub Christie says, she's a size for life from San Antonio. I'm on Episode Episode Ninety Nine, and now worried the closer I get to the current episode. What will I do to pass the time at work I? Love you guys. I am one of the few who only listens to this podcast I have never even heard of the big show. Oh, by the way, she needs it the big show in caps. No. The big show like that's the name of our show other show. It's called. The morning show she does not. Nor do I follow any other social media? It's called Elvis Duran and the morning show Christie and you should check it out. She knows no, she does not. She's calling it the big show if that's the name of the big destination, the show is capital t capital be capitalist I understand how okay I'll have to create a couple. Just, for you guys, social media handles have a blessed day Kristie missing out if you haven't heard from where we're where we come from own the caught, the caught cut from and the reason why we are the insane. Lunatics that we are. So there's that and then. One other one here is somebody with Free Dessert Situation Bradley Martinez writes from Tampa. I went to starbucks last weekend when I got home. I noticed there were coffee grinds on the bottom of my cup about an eighth of an inch thick needless to say I took a picture in email the to starbucks immediately not only are they going to give me my money back on my starbucks APP? But they're also going to send me a starbucks. Gift Card Hashtag even is not even Hashtag free dessert. For. Lice slice for life how `bout that Bradley Martinez. How left his phone number I, put it on the podcast. And All right. Anyway I got a lot of free dessert stories I got A. Family feud or do you WanNa talk about so I wanna I wanna just give a shout out to DJ milly email he sent me a really long. Dj. Milly, all the props, and all the mentions right here. You sent me a huge letter by free dessert I don't have time this episode I promised you a couple of weeks ago and I know you like, Oh, how about this week? How about this week so I'm going to try next week DJ, but I didn't forget about you. So I'm giving shout shout. Shout out. Okay. I did I did the facebook. Dodge. Charger. Rant. Forgive me. We're out of time on on. The second rant was going to do please don't be mad but I'M GONNA. Give you a mini rant about family feud because I told you last week that's rigged. They want people to win and they make it easy for them so. My Mom's house watching family feud again and his family on I remember their names five guys all in suits really fun funny just like Steve Harvey loves them to kind of family you want on the show every week right? You did just fantastic people I said to my mother watched they're going to give them either or questions in the in the bonus round they're gonNA make it so easy for them to win watch. So, here are the questions. Scary name a letter. That looks like your your your your significant others we're end. Shaped like. Women. Were W. W Okay it's either WB right right. Okay. Named something a man. Does to keep busy when he's bored. Watching TV. Right watches TV. Next. One now, his work got really ridiculous. Well, no the Guy said watch porn and there was number one answer. Then the question was named something you need to go water skiing. Water skis right number one answer the other option is boat. There's only two options. So the other guy said skis boat. The next question name something commonly made of Suede. Shoes right and the other guy said, check it check it. Name a type of pitch a pitcher would throw. fastball right. Right that's it. No one's going to say four. slider. Search changeup cut fastball. It's fastball curveball knuckled made it so easy right I want you guys if you watch family feud with Steve Harvey, I'm sure it's been going on for one hundred years the hosts but I want you to watch and if you see a family that you're like, wow, this is a good family watch how they hand them the money they hand it to him because they want them on. Screen. Time because they get to come back the next day they don't. Know what I'm saying they want them to win. I'm saying wanted to know these people are fun. We want them to win. Type of pitch a pitcher would throw scary named something you need to water, ski? It's it's in the question the answers inequality I mean obviously a lake water right but for the most part, it's Bob Boat and water skis. A roast beef sandwich. Yeah. They asked him the letters certain cultures have to bumps. W and be done. Right, right. So I I see what you're saying the either or question there's not an opening. It wasn't like it was like one of was easy. All five of them. Yeah we're very we're very easy questions I. think it was what does the guy watched to kill time? It's like whatever was the answer was obviously now finally And that is stupid and but that's TV tactic of the way for the producers to make the good families win and we we recognize that and we're calling you out family few. Apple podcasts. We've come a long way from the fuck you waves seventy seven brody. A long time ago we were chewing and eating on the microphone because that's what we do is we'll Gov owns and Abe seventy seven gave US A. One Star Review we ever had back in Apple podcasts. Few. So that's why we started the whole few seventy seven because ape seventy seven. It was signed up seventy seven and he gave us one star but he enjoyed the podcast anyway but he's he was an asshole. Okay. Hopefully still with US got since then brody, I.
"bob boat" Discussed on The Power Trip
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"bob boat" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"On January twenty fifth nineteen seventy a pilot flying local physician on a wolf hunting trip buzzed buzzed. Low over the Kobuk River and was surprised to spot a man holding his hands above his head. The man was miles from any habitation standing in the middle of the frozen Tundra when the Cessna flew over him the man collapsed onto the snow and the pilot landed the plane on its skis. Sneer him the pilot and Dr Soon realized. The young man was little more than a teenager and blood spattered is clothing. He got to his feet feet and could barely walk as he stumbled toward the plane. The physician helped him into the back of the plane and the young man told the doctor and pilot he he had been part of a hunting party. Four men the other men all had been murdered but he managed to escape. He explained the bodies as of the other men were miles away at their camp on the Kobuk River. He said he left them there at walked all night trying to make his way back to Kiana after telling his story. The young man lost consciousness. The pilot flew the young man. Backed Kiana where he was taken to will local clinic. The pilot then radioed state trooper. Bob Boat Right in Casa view and told him the story has passenger had just relaid next. The pilot flew back up the Kobuk river toward the hunters camp. He circled the camp and saw one body sprawled on the ground outside the tent but he saw no sign of life in the camp since the sun was dropping below the horizon. He returned to Kiana for the night by the time trooper. Boat right and cots abused chief of police. William Stevens arrived in Kiana. It was too dark to travel to the hunting camp so instead they went to the clinic to check on the patient. The young Caucasian man was now conscious and his condition had improved. He told all the officers he was nineteen years old and his name was Norman Leroy Johnson but he went by the nickname butch his father was aforementioned for the Alaska Housing Authority and was responsible for building houses in small remote communities but said his father had given him a new rifle for Christmas and had arranged for Butch to go on a Caribou hunting trip with three in new Biak men from the village of Kiana for his father currently worked worked. Butch is hunting companions were Freddie Jackson Oscar. Henry and Clarence Arnold off from Kiana but told the officers a stranger stop by the hunting camp. The previous night and murdered his fellow hunters the next morning boat. Right and Stevens flew up to the hunting camp where they found an eight by ten foot tent fifty yards from the north side of the Kobuk River to snow snow machines with gear. sleds attached were parked at the camp. They saw rifles and shell casings near the tent and several gutter. Caribou Rabou strung up nearby. The body of Frederick Jackson lay sprawled on his stomach in front of the tent. He had been shot. Several Times bloodstains bloodstains lead from his body to the interior of the tent indicating had been shot in the tent and had stumbled outside where he fell. The officers found the body of Clarence Arnold face down on the floor inside the tent and he also had been shot numerous times Oscar. Henry's body lay toward the rear of the tent his hands grasping his pants as if he had been pulling them up when he was attacked. In addition into being shot Henry had also been hit in the head several times with a heavy object. Multiple bullet holes pierced the tent and the objects inside died it from the changing trajectory of the bullets. Entering the tent the officers concluded the killer walked around the outside perimeter of the tent while while shooting at it numerous boot tracks. Surrounding the exterior of the tent supported. This hypothesis officers found shell casings from several different rifles. Both inside and outside the tent when trooper boat right and chief Stevens returned to Kiana they found bound. Tensions high in the community three well respected men from the village had been murdered and residents believed the young white man in the Hunting Party must be responsible for their deaths boat right called the Fairbanks Trooper Post and requested the help of trooper. Laurie shirt which in addition to being the first new Biak ever to become an Alaska state trooper sure it was also a former resident of the village of Kiana boat outright felt with his background shirt which would be a valuable asset to the investigation and he could communicate with the residents of the village in a way other. Our law enforcement officers could.
"bob boat" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Bob Maclay here's our top story search and rescue crews won't give up hope as they look for the last missing child swept away in flood waters near pace said KTA ours Peter say more as live in the new news center and Bob boats drones dogs and boats on the ground hopefully these resources will find six year old willow Rawlings after flood waters submerged her family's truck trying to cross them on Friday Tonto rim search and rescue volunteer merry Goma's robless is counting on better weather today conditions are better than they were on the last couple of days it is warmer the water is subsiding which is good we're able to have more research is is on the ground and in the air and crews found a shoe with a debris pile that may have belonged to the girl that helped get clues from that nine people were writing in the vehicle when the water over took it to adults for children survived two younger children five year old cousins died live in the newscenter Peter say more KTA orders an officer involved shooting early this morning in may said no officers were heard a suspect was taken to hospital it happened near Broadway and Gilbert roads were working to get you more details this is actually the time of year when we do see tornadoes here in Arizona did you get that'll learn on your phone early Friday morning about a tornado warning yes you climatologist Randy serve any tells there is on this morning news three were confirmed on Friday morning airs on average is about three to five tornadoes the year and most of those actually happen in Maricopa county sermones says the sloping valley the Phoenix sits in creates a natural up left in the air in the storms that creates tornadoes okay TA our eyes on the economy even though brick and mortar stores had a six percent drop in traffic compared to last year on Black Friday shopper track reports sales reached seven point four billion dollars nationwide as predicted valley economist Jim round says the sales could indicate good things ahead retailers are previously forecasting that the holiday shopping season was going to grow by around three percent so Black Friday roughly doubled that expectation we'll have to see if that continues the sales data also includes online purchases before cyber Monday which is today now time for a check on traffic here's Danny celebrate my from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center the two oh two red mountain freeway it's still very heavy jammed up westbound from Van Buren on over towards twenty fourth street where you've got an accident the right lane is blocked you also have a delay over on I tend America freeway west found Warner road on over.
"bob boat" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Have names and they are with other people we just have to go through the Askar came here from Syria where she was a by the way when you're when you go to pharmacy school do they teach you how to ignore people or is that something you're born with and then you become a pharmacist because you're really good at that but you can be standing in a pharmacist point of view in a in a in a in a in her beetle exact line of sight where few looks up she's here she's gonna look at you a man they look right to you and they can ignore you like nobody else in the world Rhonda platforms they feel special anyway it's only a couple of professions that are up on platforms one of them is a pharmacist and the other one is the guy that sells you adult toys at a **** store for some reason he's on a platform as well not sure why but he's up there we can't there's nothing you can ask him that will embarrass him the point okay viruses the **** guy maybe both yeah maybe but I think the that bar make you feel good but I think the **** guy I'm you know they fire up if anything's battery operated they fire that up are they taking out a package throw some batteries and fired up right in front of you because it's a pretty strict return policy but yeah if the package is open there is no return yeah this is not your Nordstrom's return policy so great this is not a five years later what is it fifty percent off well I don't think there's an open box section there's no rouser been that thing looks like it stained you're gonna be using it in the dark anyway ladies so don't worry about please call Bob boat all right die I do and I don't know we got going on here I should putting up the call screening out yeah because it's new now all the I get it I get it I get it that you just come in to say hi to do alright we'll come back take some vocals I hope I'm wrong I I want to be wrong that there's a lot more steps and being a pharmacist is a very difficult straining my job that only heroes take but man oh man I I see pharmacist take a piece of paper okay thirteen Percocet thirteen fourteen pain relievers fourteen three valium revalued well I think the six years of schooling is just to read the doctor's writing it might be at the out that might be it and do you learn how to ignore people in school or you born with that trade live on camp I heard everyone the operating.
"bob boat" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm Dave hoax dran in the studio. I'm really excited about this. Larry Marianne director and curator, the Bob bonus archive, we touched on this. I think it was last week. Right row, when we had the chess people, but I went and saw this exhibit that opened the fifth. Right. Yep. At it's called the Rolling Stones at chess. It's at the blues heaven foundation slash chess studios, twenty one twenty south Michigan. We heard a little twenty one twenty two stones doing that. And it's fifty five photos from chess from the first session that they stones did their and then five from the Palmer house. So Larry pick up the story. How'd you get these photos? Okay. My background is in rock, and roll, and entertainment memorabilia, I was running an auction house in New York City, and dealing with acquisitions and a gentleman called and said, I have some memorabilia appraised, and maybe self ame-. I still you said all kinds of world. Record prices for Beatles memorabilia, and I said, sure tell me about it. And he said, well, my dad was both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones US tour manager from nineteen sixty four through nineteen sixty six and this, Bob son, this was Bob son. Alex, Bob passed away in ninety two Bob Pennsylvania to correct answer. Okay. So who was Bob? Bob was his started his career as a booking agent, and then I'm and then opened his own management agency, Bob boat bonus management. And he started out managing jazz axe that was really his thing, and New York in the late fifties early sixties all the jazz clubs were pretty much run by mobsters and Bob six foot two two hundred pounds got a reputation for standing up to anybody. So when goes stones were ready to come to America, the agency that was booking them general artists Corp. Ration-. Gentleman named Norman Weiss was the agent responsible and the Rolling Stones had worked really hard to have a terrible reputation, and it proceeded them before they came here and Normans like, who am I going to get to play tore manager and immediately thought of Bob and convinced Bob, the job Bob met them and foot? They were delightful wonderful easy to work with, and Bob got them pretty much everywhere they needed to go on time, which was unheard of back in England, and they had a reporter for melody maker. British weekly paper on that with them on that, first tour and word spread that, Bob got them, you know, to the Mike Douglas show at seven o'clock in the morning without a problem. So when the Beatles were ready to do their first real tour, they asked stones management to should be get his tore manager, and they gave the hardy wreck. Mundane. So he ended up being to a manager for both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. So this was the first visit chess in June tenth to June ten. Four. They weren't as well known as the Beatles, right? I talked to the Palmer house a couple of weeks ago, and they, they were really had no photos. I guess the only photos of the ones you have. Yeah. So talk about them being under the radar sixty four coming in. Well, unlike the Beatles. Brian Epstein wouldn't bring the Beatles to America until they had a number one hit Andrew Oldham. The Rolling Stones manager was a, a little bit more reckless and, and progressive and aggressive about it, and they came to America, June first nineteen sixty four just two weeks after their first album, it come out and most of America knowing knew who they were New York, Los Angeles knew, who they are in those shows old out to shows Carnegie Hall show. It swing auditorium in San berno sold right out. But almost the entire rest of America had no idea who they are. So they would play in like fifteen hundred seaters into three hundred people show up, there's second and third shows in America where at this teen. Fair of Texas, right? San Antonio where they shared the Bill with a couple of good country. Stars George Jones Bobby v's band, which included. Bobby keys. Yeah. That's, that's exactly. Yeah. That's what they met him. And he went on to play on every album Keith Richards. Exactly. Exactly. Well, Texas didn't receive very well. You know, they will called names and harassed long haired dirty all that, all that stuff from that era and they will kind of depressed. And Andrew McGinn said, you know, I can't have my band going on tour, you know, being upset, what would excite them recording chess but chess at the time. Only allowed people who are on chess records to record their so Andrea, roll them reached out to Phil spector. Ted can you help me and Phil arrange the booking. So they flew from San Antonio up to Chicago exhibit has I mean, I I did walk through it. You've got the original brand Roggio. Braniff airlines. Yeah. Exactly. So amongst Bob's paperwork from his files and things that we held onto with the original tickets for their flight from San Antonio up to up to Chicago. It's interesting when you when you try to research this stuff, it says they came in through Dallas, but it's not the case, I have, you know, the plane tickets are actually there. The pictures. I mean they just stick on my mind talk about and this is radio. So people have to go see the exhibit, but the ones of the Palmer house of Jagger telling me he was watching the red Skelton hour. There's two there's two shots. There's one pretending like he's asleep. It just, you know, it's, it's, it's I liked humanity and just the really remarkable. And so they, they actually recorded a chess on three separate occasions, June, tenth and eleventh. Then they came back in November and recorded their again on November eighth. But they use Chicago kind of a hub to play all of the local, Ohio, Detroit, all cities, that they played around you. But they stayed at the Palmer house, our that second tour in November. Just before they had come to America. They filmed a segment for the red Skelton hour variety show like the ullivan show. But when it I first aired in America. They weren't able to see it because it only in America. But it just turns out that on November tenth while they were at the Palmer house. The red Skelton hour was rebroadcast and Bob was there in the hotel room, when Mick is laying on this couch with an issue of Harper's magazine to him and gets the watch the Rolling Stones perform, which was filmed at the London palladium this played him how much research we played twenty one twenty there at the beginning, and we in you made the deduction that since one picture, we're going to run this picture on the doctrinal journal Facebook page, which I don't, but since Jagger wasn't in that picture you figured that was the twenty one being an instrument. There are several pictures that Bob took from the control room looking out into the studio as they're actually recording, and this one picture in particular shows the entire band performing. They recorded live recorded at the time and, and mixed nuts. Singing in this particular one. So I'm deducing that that's when they were recording. Twenty one twenty south Michigan avenue, the instrumental that they recorded that day named after the after the dress is their camp. Is there camp aware of this? I mean the stones away or this is it other management to where these photos. Yeah. Absolutely. They seen them. They haven't seen most of the ones that are on display here. I put out a book called lost Rolling Stones photos, Bona's archive, nineteen sixty four to nineteen sixty six from HarperCollins several years back, and there's fifteen or twenty of the photos from the chest sessions mixed throughout that book in various different sessions. But this because because a June June tenth as the fifty fifth anniversary. We prepared all the rest of the photos. So there's fifty five photos of them from test. And most of them have never been seen by anyone have you phoned them anywhere else. This is the world. Premiere of them and give me do you know what, what are the hours? I don't even have that. The hours of people can go to chest and see them or what did give me a website, where blues heaven, foundation dot com. Yeah. As is their website, and they're generally open. Tuesday through Saturday, I believe, from noon to four by about right? And they do our league guided tours and part of the tour is you get to see the exhibit really is great. I took all those notes. I like the I ten we were looking at that I it was a tour right of thirteen. Yeah. There's actually three different Frank free. Who I knew he did a little festivals? Second annual summer of star Chicago sixty six and it was a list of these different concerts. Right. So I brought along a bunch of memorabilia, Bill Cosby, Chad Mitchell, seniors folk festival on July thirteenth. Yeah. Folk Becton exactly a an appearance by the Beatles and an appearance by the Rolling Stones on that particular handle. It's, it's, it's really. Stuff talk about the commemorative postage, which are really, really handsome and proceed a portion of the proceeds of these sales talk about how they're cutting stuff benefit the foundation's goal of restoring the chest facility working recording studio. So one of the big purposes of this exhibition is to raise raise funds for the blues. Evan for Willie Dixon's blues, heaven foundation to restore the facility into a working studio, which is so important. So what I did was I took an image of the original Rolling Stones nineteen sixty four tour poster and redid it in. That's in that styles to create the exhibition poster, and it's printed by a letter press printer in Muncie. Indiana Tribune show show poster in the neighborhood. Yeah. And they're one of two or three letter press printing houses, still surviving in America. And they did a wonderful, wonderful job of printing this. It's a it's a limited limited run. Right. And the posters for sale at blue heaven foundation, and also had a website that we set up Boban, this chess dot com and bonuses, b o n I s. I highly recommend very, very nice. Okay. We're gonna take a break, and I'm gonna get a little bit more your background and talk a little bit more out sessions is great stuff. Thank you. Don't go away on nocturnal journal on WGN aids.
"bob boat" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"But life, but lifelock life but life bought live hashtag, but life but life, one don't go to that. All right, everyone. Keep on some of those questions at biz in by Seth on Instagram Twitter. If we use your question on the air, we'll send out a free t shirt for you. I bought life. I question on thirty four and moved away from home about ten years ago. And now have a pretty good job in home with fiancee daughter. How do I tell my family and friends I don't have the time or money to be pulled in so many different directions. Like, I could when I was younger because you don't have the time or money to be pulled in so many different directions because it's straight with them. You're happy right with your girl and your job and that takes your time. And that also feeds your happiness. So anyone who wants to question it like we talked about earlier on this show. You know, the beautiful thing is seeing people that actually do love you and accept you. And. And support you when you're spreading your wings. And you found your lane, you know, keep those people close, but you don't have to explain anything to anybody, man. Why people think they're Oded John wrong by proximity? I think I think there's a disturbing concept and people's head of what family means, I think family means to some people I have the right to dictate or have my voice heard in relation to your life because I'm part of your family which is completely unhealthy, and especially with like first generation Italian like, that's that's very real. Oh, yeah. We're going to hear my voice, the big loud uncle that says you're gonna fucking listen, Johnny. Right. And like this is how it is. And I know everything you and like you go fuck in Greece your hairs, you know. But either way that's my take on that question. I think that being real it's going to be uncomfortable. But being real straightforward only. Away. Look, I'm tied up with this this, and this y'all need me for real I'm here to love and support you. But just know that as most as these trivial things of this ant talking to that aunt, I wrapped up in that. I never done with that shared that noise. I ain't hearing that noise straight up that static ain't a game here dog motherfucker. Yup. Me. Hey, stroke, the trailer. I tell them, Johnny. About he was crazy. He acts like how should I tell them? Tell them, bro. You're scared to be truthful. I think if you if you told me let you know, we go and Bob boats at the dock or somewhere go by both franchise ready. I don't want to go, and I don't have the money, and I don't have the time. I can't go by. Don't have the time. So what is what is everyone's so scared. I don't know judgment. Scared of like, I really don't understand. I love my mom, and I love my dad and their Peggy me with questions so them an answer. But the trick is you don't own them in answer. Just because they're they have the title of mom and dad and brother, you don't owe them shit. And if they love you they understand that. But there's this sense of possession I've possessed you because you came out of my body or I shot a low to create you. I'm thirty four and the grants. This thirty four shoot a load to create a child for a you've put that on. Don't put them on Instagram. Let's go. Right. Next to us. Rain is could you guys share pointers for the kids that go to college and how you can grow yourself while still in school? Sure. Respect money, number one respect, your parent's money or your money. If you're borrowing it respect money and learn how money works learned. What debt really.
"bob boat" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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This is stuff to put in sixteen ounces treats up to twenty five dollars fuel one else per gallon into gas or diesel works in small engines. To enforce cyclic. You're gonna start probably going to store the snowblower eventually one ounce per gallon in the gas oil mix does not replace to cycle. Do not use it as a replacement, but it use it every three to five thousand miles. This removes fuel system deposits and residues cleans Hewlett Deckers. Carburetor jets stabilizing conditions feel. That's what's important. This is a stabiliser cleans the PCV valve system. Lubricates upper soul, Saunders cleans intake, valves, intestines removed Headley, converter or odors. So this is motor coat heavy duty motor treatment. You can find it at Meyer or on the website at motor K, O T, E dot com. I do believe it is now on also on Amazon. This is a great new product. I'm using it. A lot of people are using it. It has a has a lot of benefits is a very very strong cleaner. So I think you wanna work it into your cycle of Motoko products. As you go along fair enough. All right product to the hour. Well, see do trying to recall trivia question trivia, do we have a no all right now. This is tricky tricky what country artists debut single released in two thousand six wasn't titled timber girl. What cartridge artists debut single? This is the number one or number. I signal released in two thousand six was entitled Tim McGraw. Interesting in you, actually, gave a little hint in there. Is lifted slipped out of there. I wasn't intending to do that. I got to me. Okay. Let's get back to the acute hearing centers dot com hotline and nitro noise. You're talking my favorite salaries thing. But or why I don't know there's so much going on and to laze times on three hundred miles an hour. It's really hard for me. I get a headache. Trying to watch it at four wide. I'm sorry guys. TV? I I've never seen a person. But I gotta tell you. It's great on TV. Yeah. I've I've seen him person. My my buddy that runs a part time circus circuit, you know, he doesn't run full season. They ran their best time on Charlotte last year. So it was it's just phenomenal something that the. But boy, I'll tell you what it's just there's so much going on. You can't you can't pay attention to it all the cars moving that fast. But that's this might smile Pinon at you know. Collectively we're talking about forty thousand horsepower. But went down the traffic thousand eight nine ten ten thousand ten thousand horsepower per car. So you're talking forty thousand horsepower. Yeah. Forty thousand horsepower going down the track. Oh, what's that? Will as they say in when weather conditions that right? They're out there. Trying to rotate your trying to set new time, you know, new speed and dime. So yeah, I mean, Mr Smith has done a wonderful job doing doing this child track. I haven't been to the Vegas decade now that's four wide. But I'm told Taj Mahal author now. So yeah. You're thinking about drag racing. A lot of people are realizing that they have made it real acceptable. You can go into the pits. Watch them prepare the cars literally feet away from them. They do. When I was when I was a sales guy yet I used to auditing every year, Chicago. And I take take you by customers down, and you know, they get a chance to meet, Bob. And you know, when I you know, Bob boat gotten got that. I know. And now he do he do to pitch. And if they're if they were never been to a race before we always stick him over on the side by the tables and give them a good baptism by nitro. And they weren't the car off. Yeah. That is with the big the big the big racers they come in. After that race. They have forty five minutes to completely rebuild that injury. They tear down the block and completely rebuild. It was all newports in less than forty five minutes. It's interesting to watch him. Y'all trash the cars and put them back together. And that's one of the things that, you know, the accessibility where I could take my customer, then meet these guys that were driving them. And I I know a lot of different guys that were on different teams. So we just want her onto a bit. You know, you, gene. How's it going on? Yeah. You know, you know, I used to do I do a lot of imports for for Schumacher batteries, and I can walk right down through the middle of the right down through the middle of nature alley and see down there, and he'd stopped taking minutes, shake my hand. And asked me I'm doing so acceptability that you have but the NHRA in that mix that's a whole different world compared to NASCAR. And I'm trying to remember good wrench had me and my wife out there in like in the infield doing what you're talking about their they're rebuilding. These engines what what was it? He got he got us to kinda get real close behind one of these cars or something. And then like they fired it up, and they did something to wear all of a sudden like we we couldn't hardly breathe in is for that. After the mitral. That's not true. Okay. Karzai gasoline. Switching over in the nature old. Do you want to do the test to make meals? Check the timing tech gear gearboxes make sure all the gearboxes versus working and run tomorrow through the engine. And then you don't get set up to go off their final tuna on it before they it out to drag it out to the did he call it sent in the clutch or something maybe is that what? The heat in the clutch all the you know, the. Lap to plow holds the break. But they've gotten away from the product just because you know, it's getting expensive. I mean a couple of years ago when I asked my buddy me was the cost to run this car, and he says for me to bring my corral taking good rates put him in a hotel feed them and run around a qualifying. It's cost me about ten thousand dollars a laugh, and that if I don't break anything. Well, yeah. Anything? We have stories of of teams that are using Motor cO at certain aspects of the raising. I don't know exactly what they don't talk about it. But I have been told that it can reduce break breakage. About eighteen percent. That's a lot of money. All big number two big number right there. They don't tell you exactly what they're using it in. I know a lot of men to do it in the rear end because I've seen it. But it reduces the reduces the breakdowns. Considerably more than if they don't run it. Plus when you're sitting there there, and there they shortly start that gasoline is slipping over tonight throw it just picked up about a thousand horsepower like immediately. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's just you know, it it's thing I've got some video of a couple of my customers where you don't have to have. I f- I shoot full nitro on their eyes are gearing up, and, you know, your plug falling on her turning away going, man and pictures thousand words, so I even Senator customer, it was a lot of fun. But real quick, I got a new testimony. Oh for you. Okay. I sold off the old Hundai to my neighbor because he was in dire straits meeting a car, and I acquired a nice nice little cream puff on a Honda court for my wife. Her car now. And I sold it to ninety four thousand miles on it. Johan and Quaker steak remodel and man motorcoach. And I just service we are forum yesterday at three hundred thousand miles, and then it made it through it started sitting outside in during the winter vortex, or whatever they wanted to call that this this winter that we had in Chicago area. Those big snap. It started on its own with no posters. No jumper cables. No, nothing, and he was just tickled to death. And I told them the car for five hundred bucks. Wow. Therapy in Nitra, if you wanted to take a shot at our trivia, we we gotta get a time out here. I gotta catch up a little bit you back right after this on ATM. As the recent report. America's trucking network. Natalie decker will raise deeper into the gander outdoors truck series season with the addition of six racist or her schedule, according to her team DIGI are Crossley. The twenty one year old driver will.
"bob boat" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are ready. The streets are set the weather is great all is well and patriot world. WBZ's? Adam Kaufman is getting ready to roll with the team. And Adam pats fans are basking in the glow of another championship. It's going to be a great day. Well, it had been a few months hadn't it Deb since we had one of these the patriots. They were to get a couple of years for them. Now, obviously everybody's excited, and and and we're spoiled rotten around here. We know that another duck book parade. This is the twelve on a B's. We have the opportunity to experience going back to the winter two thousand two when the patriots I beat the Rams, and of course, beat them again just a couple of nights ago in Atlanta. So it's it's great patriots fans are are really filling out walking around. I'm by the prudential center right now with the parade is to leave from coming up in about a half hour, and we'll go and board the trucks in about fifteen minutes. Just walking around seeing all the pats fans. There's hats and jerseys someone with Tim tebow patriots jersey who obviously has a sense of humor and. It's just they're expecting, you know, again, a million plus people Julian element, I know is called for two million people to come out to see championship number six for this team. It's it's great it. Really? It never gets old. Thank you so much have a great time on the parade route, Adam we'll be checking in with you throughout the day. More than a million people are expected at today's parade, and we're hearing of significant delays on the commuter rail. Many trains are reaching capacity within the first two stops. And that's forcing lies to continue nonstop into Boston roads, like the mass pike also packed and crawling with patriots fans trying to get into the city plan accordingly. We'll update traffic on the three straight ahead WBZ's Carl Stevens is ready for another parade. It's been more than three months since we've had a parade. The weather is so warm. Let's have one today. Let's cheer in the streets. As the sun is shining as the rest of the nation is moaning in whining with the colors of envy, they daily painters. Of course, they hate us. Because they ain't us if hard work and intelligence add up to luck. But I guess we're just lucky startup those ducks caper right here on Boston's NewsRadio for all parade coverage along the way, our reporters will be with you on the parade route the duck Bob boat parade will kick off at eleven o'clock from the Hynes convention center and what El- late night debut for pats running back Sony. Michelle appearing on Jimmy Kimmel live the rookie was asked who performed at the patriots big Super Bowl after party. Meek mill one of my favorites ludicrous. And they had a thing. Rocky light. I was like my parents. Michelle score the only touchdown for the pats in the Super Bowl, and he told Kimmel the gas. He took that ball back to the sideline for safekeeping coming up the president preps for a big night nine thirty.
"bob boat" Discussed on The Undefeated
"Because if you listen to you and and something can come from. Something good can come from it. I'm all for it, but make me believe why you are there. And it was a little hard to bugs on KYW album. When your wife is going to the White House for something, not just don't believe she knows what she's talking. I completely agree with you. Like what? Who made Kim Kardashian? The authority on such portent four. That's that's a serious issue serious and it's like, what are her accolades? What? What gives her that authority to to speak on that? So it it was a, it was really head scratching for me too. I don't really know what that was all about, but going back to the album I did listen to it. And as I've said, all the podcast. Now I told you that I'm not giving my money to Ye until I get a real apology until I really can find out what is going on with him until he sees that. What he's doing is really damaging to the people that actually are the basis of his fan of his fan base. So I'm not going to buy, but I do have apple music and I don't have to download it and I don't have to add it used to listen to it. I just stayed of it that I wanted to see it. Oh, it's I wanna hear what what he's saying. You know, it's, it's still yet, and I wanna hear what he got to say. It's I'm quite I'm going to say it's probably the worst album that I've heard him. Do. I believe it. It. It's like, it's not. It's not the same. Yeah, it's not the same guy who would talk about his inner feelings and still have that sense of of, you know, he would talk about his insecurities in the past, but he did it with the level of confidence. He did it with a level of like cohesion. He brought it all together. He was concise, he, he was coherent. He's almost not coherent in this. It's he's like all over the place. And I know that he is going through some sort of bipolar issues and that comes out very clear on this. I would say if people want to get a really good synopsis of this piece of this album, even if you heard it, listen to read Justin tins lease article on the undefeated at out to justly as a really go right. Up about it. And once on that he talks about was wouldn't leave where Kim is basically parading him and and just going off on him for what he said because it was going to hurt the money that was bad about. And I found that very telling like it's not literally the content of what he said, but the results of what's going to happen to their empire if he says it and this is the person at the White House talking about preserve. So it's it's, yeah, I don't see myself listening to this album. Many more times. I don't know if I wanna say the best song on it was, oh, hold on, but it was also crazy the first track on it. I thought about killing you was was the name of the track in the whole the whole song he's repeating I, he said, I've thought about killing myself and I love myself. So I definitely thought about killing you. Oh, says ten twenty fifteen times in the past. Maybe maybe that's one of those things that have like a subliminal meeting and not necessarily means that I'm thinking or literal really is. Figurative. I don't know, but you know what, what this does for me though is it does put in perspective y. the rumor about Drake, not dropping his district occas, you know he was going to talk about it to the, okay. So no, I got a little. I gotta plug to the PLO. There's a plug to the plug. Okay. And you guys have heard this plugs voice on the plug before, but because he's the plug, I can't drop his name. For the plug a lot of time, but I like it because it shows. So on a breakfast club this morning because the I don't really listen to the breakfast club, right? But this person does. And so he let me know that j prince's on on a breakfast club this morning and was basically like, look, I know everybody's waiting for Drake to go ahead and drop this district, but which I don't know is that Drake actually created a dish track days ago and that it is a fire, but it's not really pushing seat is really at yet. And because it's so fire because it tells so much his business that literally drop in track could like end his career at any age had end yet as career like it is just that deep. So now, of course, I'm of the mindset of not that I necessarily want another black man career to be ended, but I do wanna hear what he talking about on this track. If this is, you know if this track does exist, right? Not calling prince a liar. Just simply saying, we don't know if this track really doing this. If it does exist. I just wanna put out in the atmosphere that someone should probably and then they will put that on. It won't be on you see what I'm saying? Somebody leaks. It could be like, look, they drop it drop it. I was trying to be respectful a man, but is out there whatever. So I, I mean, you telling me about how crappy this album really is to make a long story. Short added to the fact that people are telling Drake, don't drop this. This track. Just kinda lets me further no day. Yeah, it really is like losing it right now. Like he's really on another level that maybe some people really not fill it in. I don't even know if he can find himself again or whatever. I wish him the best I really do. I hope he gets help to be out on over the right people around us that family maybe. So going into music and staying with the subject t- what are you plugged into today? I'm plugged into Royce the five nine featuring j Cole Bob logo, and I, it's definitely Detroit, but it's like is deeper that though because Bob low was really an island that was off our cities river com that you could take like a little boat to. And it was literally like where it was like the Bob. Lo island was like, like an amusement park, and it was like between like Detroit and Canada in like this little this little island and heard of that play volleyball blow Isla and literally on the Bob low boat because you could only get there on the boat. The boat was like, the fun is obviously the part to the boat was like, the fun is part for a lot of us, which in the song he kind of talks about it before. A lot of us, a lot of things we learnt in dead as kids we learnt on the Bob boat. Like I know. The ever taught me how to do with most people car the electric side in Detroit, we call it the hustle everything. So nobody ever taught like most of us how to do the hustle. We learned it on the Bob lovo for the first time. If you were a bad kid who maybe had alcohol beverages before you were twenty one, like a lot of dead. Lot of us had our first drink. Although. Okay. So when I hear this song and I hear that these voices saying the song it is really for me personally, takes me back because I remember began on the Bob low boat. That's what's up. It's crazy. I think I might have heard of that either. You talked about that or it was a Royster five, nine interview that heard a heard about that boat. I hit of the Bob, low bow tie, it's it doesn't exist anymore, or you're gonna be Jay. This I n in Detroit, it isn't Detroit. If you're coming in BJ it, it will be late. I'm I'm gonna have to pay for because I'm not going with the company, but if I can get the money together, I might have to go lay. It will be let I was like it plugged into test, so I got a little afro beats on my on my play right now. It's a song from t- wa, savage and whiz kid called Milo it rocks I'm gonna play for you after the show is, you know, I got to listen to what should be plugged this hour. I never heard. Was popping, but I don't know what it today was here. 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"bob boat" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"A friend's house who has a lake house and this is the greatest thing ever but it's really cool when you get in the car at the end of the day and you don't have to pay for gas money you know a good friend and give gas money but i tell you if you're at that stage because you'll all you like man here he is he's go pick on it i get some of you are going to bob boat some of you go buy this stuff and i think it's okay as long as it's the cherry on your financial independence sunday meaning that you're so far ahead of the curve you've done such a good job of saving twenty twenty five percent of your income you have an army of dollar bills it's growing that one not you doing everything you're supposed to why not do some things that can build additional memories and other things and you didn't put on hold your cash reserves you didn't put on hold your retirement planning your debt manageable repaying off all your debt everyone college education goals i mean we wanna make sure that when you make a decision to buy that four wheeler or that weekend vehicle that we can convertible or the boat you know the this not jeopardizing something that you have in your future now here's the other cool thing about these toys and we talked about this and that show is well is that you can actually there's ways to see if you can get a trial run at these things think about the fact that you can rent an rv before you go buy an rv to do the cross country trip by the way i thought this'll be a great idea from family i was going i said let's draw from tennessee out to the national parks go out west right and then i was smart enough i said we'll fly back because we'll be tired of each other after you know week or two of rotting in living in an rv and mud teenage daughter said do they come with internet and i said no and she goes we'll we're not doing this because you would hate me three hours into the trip because i'll blow through the data like kind of a true point i told my wife said hey i wanna do this rv and she's like no so i mean aren't you so glad you.
"bob boat" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"As i memo manned bob boat buga pinkus nikki became yes sir i think men milk mendez is the best day of the week was her in her mouth we have what's wrong with her mouth what's happening it's it's a purpose bray it's like a sexy thing but what happens is over over pronunciation burner and unseating pronouncing negotiating the word i say this a lot on instagram stories and on general on the internet allowed girls like to talk even sexier and they like to freeze their face law only talk with her now buzz hot ally i was watching i want i want call out who but she was doing a video and her whole face who's frozen comedian it oh yeah and but it just just the bottom jaw move he was very little to no end to talking about a guy that looks like her it looks like yeah and i and i'm sure there's reasons for it oh there's reasons nia which i do too i'm not throwing stones because i balls laws of injected things into my face but bit the whole thing is a sex honestly believe that everybody started their game men milk we could potentially achieve world peace because after you have it you just so happy and energetic does triggers what's up to she's man milk this unease funny because i i do think a lot of women think that if they act this way that like they're gonna win a lot of male approval we are there but the but she really winning your heart and mind is working is what i'm saying yes what are you talking this works we houses not working part of things this is not working i mean 'cause she mary you based on her man not monday's my momma her.