35 Burst results for "Grandpa"

Biden's Two Reasons Why We're Suffering: COVID & Putin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Biden's Two Reasons Why We're Suffering: COVID & Putin

"COVID and Putin, COVID and Putin. Here's Biden yesterday. The two reasons that we are suffering from epic, historic inflation. The two reasons you can't afford to fill up your gas tank. The two reasons you can't get baby formula moms, the two reason two reasons you're worried about how to pay the mortgage, or the rent. The two boogeymen for grandpa Joe are COVID and Putin. The first cause of inflation is a once in a century pandemic. Not only did it shut down our global economy, and through the supply chains and demand completely out of whack. Especially in countries where more effective recovery responses weren't available. Especially in those sectors that rely on semiconductors. These supply challenges have been further hampered by the onset of Delta and omicron viruses. And you've all seen it. You all felt it. And this year we have a second cause. A second cause. Mister Putin's war in Ukraine. I mean, is anybody buying that? Do Democrats sit around and say, oh, he's right. Oh, he's so right. If it weren't for the omicron variant, we'd be able to fill up our gas tank. It's all, I mean, they can't think we're that stupid. Can they?

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What Else Will Grandpa Joe Give Away After 'Free' Internet?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | Last week

What Else Will Grandpa Joe Give Away After 'Free' Internet?

"Biden's busy reaching a deal with 20 U.S. Internet service providers to provide free quote unquote Internet access to poor people. Now, I don't know why we're stopping at the Internet access. We're reach a deal to give poor people free cars. Come on, grandpa, Joe. Give him a lot of free stuff. I wonder what the timing is behind Joe Biden suddenly coming up with a deal with AT&T Verizon Comcast and others to provide high-speed Internet access for $30 a month that will then contain a federal subsidy so that the government will pay the $30 a month for low income families. You and I are now expected to fork over money, our taxpayer dollars, so that poor people have Internet access.

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Can Ron DeSantis Overcome the 2024 Trump Train?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | Last month

Can Ron DeSantis Overcome the 2024 Trump Train?

"I want to see Godzilla fight camera. I want to see a primary involving Donald Trump if he chooses to run. And Ron DeSantis and any of the other conservative kaiju who decide that they want to get on monster island and battle it out. What do you think of that? Do you think a look, not that you're necessarily for or against any particular guy, but don't you agree that a primary will sharpen and hone whoever is going to go up against whatever meat puppet they put up in place of grandpa badfinger in 2024. Absolutely. No, I think the worst case scenario is that Trump says, I'm reading people and all the other Republicans say, okay, I can't beat them. I'm out. I don't think I don't think desantis can. I think this is desantis time, and I think he, I think he's got to do it if he's ever going to do it. And boy, he's making, he's making quite a splash.

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Everything You Need to Know About Michael Waller

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About Michael Waller

"War. He is Michael Waller. He is senior analyst for strategy at the center for security policy, author of secret empire, the KGB in Russia today. Mike, welcome to America first one on one. It's great to be with you, Seb. All right, let's start at the big picture stuff. We got to deal with the conspiracy theories, the tinfoil hattery, including on our side, sadly, for conservatives, but okay, let's start with you. You were doing some interesting things during the real Cold War in the 1980s. Tell our millions of listeners across the planet. Who Mike Waller is and what's he done? Oh, well, started out with president Reagan. I was a college kid in army ROTC and the army wasn't doing anything. So I quit and joined the contras in Nicaragua. Drive the country. How does a kid join the contras? Where'd you go to the contrary recruiting office? No, it didn't happen. It was actually president Reagan's staff and faith whittlesey. You remember that? Yes, of course. Yeah. So how did you know them? How did you know the administration? So Morton Blackwell leadership institute. So I was skinny intern with a lot of hair back then. And I sent it intern and Morton Blackwell worked in that office. And he said, hey, come to something called cpac. Cpac 81. Wow. And then he disappeared right after Reagan was elected, went on the transition team, and so I kept up with him as a youth activist. And this is a question where you have people go to high places like in The White House and they bring young people along with them to recruit cadre. And that's how I made the connections to go. So how old were you? 21. And why were you such a hardcore anti communist age 21, Mike Walla? Because I was an environmental activist in high school against the nuclear power plant, and then I was dressed down in a self criticism meeting where I was told this is not about the environment this is about overthrowing American capital. Oh, hang on. So there was like a Maoist self critique session with your bodies and then you saw the light that has nothing to do with Gaia and mother earth. No, it was. It was professionals. This is northern New England, and I was just a 15 years old, and these were professionals from California who came in. And we were just kids. We just cared about not dumping boiling water from a reactor core into the ocean where we'd go fishing with our grandpa. And that's what I was interested

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Donald Trump: Biden Has Done More Damage Than Last 5 Worst Presidents

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Donald Trump: Biden Has Done More Damage Than Last 5 Worst Presidents

"Let's take 5 of the worst presidents in American history. Did they do as much damage in their presidencies as grandpa Joe has done in a year? Well, here's one guy who doesn't think so. It could take the 5 worst presidents in American history and put them together and they would not have done the damage Joe Biden has done in just 13 months. We have a president representing our country at the most important time in history who is physically and mentally challenged. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a terrible atrocity that should never have been allowed to happen. It would have never happened. I know I speak for everyone here tonight when I say we are praying for the proud people of Ukraine. They are going through hell. They are fighters and God bless them all. Make no mistake, however, that Russia would not have dared to annex one inch of territory. If I was in The White House, in fact, they never did it. When I was there, a lot of people asked the question, how come they never did it when Trump was president and China? He said they knew better. What a nice crowd. Look at that crowd up there. Beautiful.

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Lithuania Capital Renames Street by Russian Embassy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Lithuania Capital Renames Street by Russian Embassy

"What are we going to do when he takes Ukraine? And then he wants Lithuania. Incidentally, I have a proud Lithuanian cousin. I come from Lithuanian heritage, and my cousin Paul was telling me about the mayor of Vilnius, apparently the Russian embassy in Lithuania has had the street renamed. And the street has been renamed the avenue of Ukrainian heroes boulevard. So meaning anyone who sends any correspondence to the Russian embassy has to address it to the avenue of Ukrainian heroes. Isn't that something? That's Lithuania. I have incredible memories of my grandma and grandpa who came over on the boat from Lithuania. To bring their family to start a life and start their lives in the United States from Lithuania.

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Mark Levin Denounces Elie Mystal for Trashing the Constitution

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin Denounces Elie Mystal for Trashing the Constitution

"But he's out there because not that he's saying anything intelligent or substantive or relevant because he's trashing the constitution He's trashing the constitution So they give him more and more of a platform And so I have to give a platform to this not to promote him but to denounce what's taking place here Now this is from Friday cut 18 go Some will say okay so are you arguing for throwing out the constitution Should the constitution be what do we do There is Anna Navarro Former republik start from the top please go ahead Some will say okay so are you arguing for throwing out the constitution Should the constitution be thrown out What do we do Is it a living document Is it a sacred document That's certainly not sacred All right let's start there The constitution is kind of trash Let's just again let's just talk as adults first What did you say It's why It's kind of trash Trash It was written by slavers and colonists and white people who were willing to make deals with slavers and colonists They didn't ask anybody to look like me but they thought about the constitution Then you'd say oh Jim come over here What do you think about this old constitution Well NASA I show don't like how you sow my children But I gotta say this king zhao she needs to be stopped Yeah My grandpa used to say ain't no taxation without representation for NASA That's not what happened Okay This document was written without the consent of black and brown people in this country And without the consent of women in this country and I say that if that is the starting point the very least we can do is ignore what those slavers and colonists and misogynists thought and interpret the constitution in a way that makes sense for our modern world There you go Which means modern world which means whatever he wants it to say

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Joe Biden Asked About Supporting Abortion on Ash Wednesday

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Asked About Supporting Abortion on Ash Wednesday

"Well, of course, Biden, big ash Wednesday, very devout Catholic, so here he is on ash Wednesday. Being asked a real simple question. It's a question that I'd love to ask any Catholic listening to me right now. Here's the exchange with the reporter at The White House. Support abortion has happened. I'll tell you what. I don't want to get in a debate. We don't have theology, but you know, anyway. I'm not going to make it. I'm not going to make a judgment for other people. He wasn't asking to make a judgment for other people, grandpa, he was asking for your judgment. As a Catholic, how do you support abortion? That's what the reporter asked. Real simple question. Hey, mister president, as a Catholic, how do you support abortion?

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Biden Lifted Mask Mandate Hours Before SOTU

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Biden Lifted Mask Mandate Hours Before SOTU

"I mean, it was unbelievable to watch this back and forth and the shields clapping, maskless, don't forget, maskless, because hours before the State of the Union, king Joe decided we don't have to wear masks anymore. The science changed Monday over COVID. Did you know that? Isn't that something? I am so grateful. We should all be thankful and filled with gratitude. That the science did an about face on Monday, February 28th. That's when they decided no more mask mandate. And that's why grandpa Joe and all the other octogenarians were in their hugging and blowing kisses to each other and slobbering over each other last night without a mask. Because of the American people, had to watch a State of the Union with a bunch of senior citizens wearing their masks, it'd be very hard to say the State of the Union is strong, like Biden unbelievably tried to say with a straight face. You couldn't do it.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"We are at the grocery store and grandpa howey's telling his grandchildren that all the animals only drink water, not soda. They only eat plants, animals, and fungi. And they only breathe air. They don't smoke. They don't smoke cigarettes, they don't wait. So kids, look at this. If you eat a potato, you eat that raw, that's that healthiest thing. That's the healthiest food there is. But is a potato chip is a potato chip made out of potatoes. But does it have a label on it? Yes. And see that label, it means a human touched it and messed it all up. They put stuff in their chemical salt. We don't need it. Here's a mushroom. See, we eat plants. Where's the fatal? We plan for potato mushrooms and water. See, we drink water. Now you guys have your own cow. Would you feed your cow, Sprite? You would? No, I love it. Would you feed our cow rib eye, what would you feed a mushrooms? Yes. Right. Right. So would you feed Daphne? Our goat? Would you feed them potato chips? Yes. No you wouldn't. Oh no, no, no, no, no, no potato chips. Right. So remember. Remember, if the food has to let you guys like these pizza lunchables. Yeah. Look at all the crap that they put in this pizza lunchable. Now would you feed rib eye the cow? No. Would you feed Daphne or goat? No. Our rooster and chickens? No. Our cats? No. So why do you want grandpa to buy you stuff that you wouldn't even feed a goat a pig over a chicken? Okay, well if you guys want to grow and be healthy, you got to eat just like the animals do. Have a great day..

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Price of the Pump Goes up 20 Cents per Gallon

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Price of the Pump Goes up 20 Cents per Gallon

"Like as we speak, they're watching the price at the pump go up 20 cents a gallon. I got a note from there was an angles. Inglis is a grocery store chain, but maybe I think it was a gas station near ingles, ingles is terrific incidentally. In South Carolina, love shopping in engels. But prices at the pump are going up, up, up, you want to drop the price at the pump, hey, grandpa Joe. Authorize the Keystone pipeline. I'd love to see him do that today. I mean, as we watch him bumble his way through another speech, will he be expanding our drilling here in the United States or is he going to worry about the blue corner butterfly? How about fracking? Going to be okay with fracking? Gosh, do I miss Donald Trump?

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What Happened to the Decency Joe Biden Promised a Year Ago?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

What Happened to the Decency Joe Biden Promised a Year Ago?

"Let's go back just a year ago, almost a year ago to the day. I give you grandpa Joe, January 20th, 2021. I'm not joking when I say this. If you're ever working with me, and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect, talk down to someone. I promise you, I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No ifs ands or buts. Everybody. Everybody is in tribal to be T do with decency and dignity. That's been missing in a big way. The last four years. Well, glad glad you brought it back.

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Potential Job Description for a Presidential Aide to Grandpa Joe

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Potential Job Description for a Presidential Aide to Grandpa Joe

"Joking when I say this. If you're ever working with me and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect, talk down to someone. I promise you, I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No if ands or buts. Everybody, everybody is in trouble to be treated with decency and dignity. That's been missing in a big way. The last four years. Well, you sure know how to return decency and civility to The White House, calling a reporter a son of a blank. Yep, grandpa has fallen apart. Let's face it. I mean, he is. I got a hysterical text message, and I was really worried because I thought it was somebody who knew Tracy by screener and assistant here in the radio station. Job opening. Presidential aid must be able to make oatmeal. No, the price of depends. Be strong enough to push the stroller around. Must be fluent in gibberish, have shock therapy training, inquire, all inquiries, 1600 Pennsylvania avenue, asked for Kamala.

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'The View' Host Claims Biden Is Being Treated Like a Black President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 4 months ago

'The View' Host Claims Biden Is Being Treated Like a Black President

"Again, everything, everything, everything is about race. And listen to ABC's the view and sunny hostin, and the nonsense she spewed. About Republicans and our relationship with grandpa Joe. But the infrastructure Bill, I think, was a leaning into white independence. And I think it was a leaning into white moderates. But the bottom line is those aren't the folks that really took him over the finish line. Those aren't, that's not the democratic base. No, democratic president has made it into The White House without the support of the black community. The black community now, voters 50 and over that are registered. There's been a 36 point drop, and then that approval. And what I took away was he said something like I had no idea that my Republican friends would do this. Well, he's governing like it's the 1990s. It's 2022. He sat for 8 years next to a black president, you didn't think he'd be treated like one. And that's what he's being treated like. Did you hear that? Because he once said my Republican Friends, the black community is turning on Biden, according to a black woman like sunny hostin. And according to Sonny hostin, Biden is being treated like a black president. I mean, honest to goodness, you just, you just have to pity these

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'Which One Is It, Grandpa?': Biden Plays Both Sides on Voting Reform

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 4 months ago

'Which One Is It, Grandpa?': Biden Plays Both Sides on Voting Reform

"Grandpa, Joe yesterday in his disastrous press conference, said that voter turnout during COVID, November 2020 was all time high. It was huge. Everybody turned out to vote. Really? And then he turns around and says, we're suppressing votes. Which is a grandpa. Are you suppressing votes? I mean, are we suppressing votes? Should we we evil Republicans? Or are a lot of people voting? Nobody's votes being suppressed. Nobody's being disenfranchised. Nobody's being turned to turned away because of the color of their skin. And nobody should say the people of color are too stupid to figure out how to get an ID in order to vote. I mean, it's a joke. Pocahontas is in Massachusetts squawking about making sure you have an ID to get your vaccine card and make sure you got to be vaccinated, you got to show your vax card to go get a burger and you have your ID next to it. That's not racist, but if you dare ask a black person or Hispanic person to produce an ID when they vote now, that's racist. They don't believe any of it. It's a

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Biden to Give Rare Solo News Conference

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Biden to Give Rare Solo News Conference

"We continued to live in La La Land where to the left, up and down, right is wrong. Grandpa Joe's gonna have a press conference today. He got a like press conferences. He does very few press conferences. So the media will treat this like Mother Teresa. Working with lepers in Calcutta. This will be so brilliant. It'll be a brand and it'll be a brilliant press conference. Just like last week's crazily partisan speech wasn't a partisan

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If You're Vulnerable, and Acknowledge the Risk, Have You Chosen to See Loved Ones?

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 5 months ago

If You're Vulnerable, and Acknowledge the Risk, Have You Chosen to See Loved Ones?

"And grandparents being locked away and cloistered in solitude Away from their loved ones not being able to embrace their own children and grandchildren these horrific stories in these video images that you see of children seeing their parents or their grandparents through windows shouting at them from the ground floor up to their third floor apartment window because they're not allowed to see them in person lest they kill grandma Well grandma hasn't had a seat at the table Grandma and grandpa haven't been able to say listen I appreciate the concern Tony Joe But could I please make a choice here That's what freedom is all about That's what liberties all about And as someone in their 70s I would actually rather see my loved ones around me than be isolated for two years because these are two years that I'm not gonna get back and they're two years sadly closer to the end of my life than the beginning of my life That's just the reality of a 70 year old Unless you're methuselah God bless you But we're not living in the times genesis right now That voice isn't allowed to be heard and it's pretty rich coming from Fauci and Biden Since they're both you know of a pretty vulnerable age And last time I checked Fauci goes to whatever baseball game he wants to go to He goes to whatever concert in D.C. he wants to go to or any restaurant or any dinner party that he wants to go to Joe Biden he has his family around him all the time So what about you Have you faced this exact issue And what has your choice been if you are vulnerable Have you opted for having your loved ones around you And acknowledging the risk Rather than stay isolated And what do you want us to do as a policy going forward

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Biden Scrambles in Supply Chain Crisis, Urges Private Sector to 'Step Up'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 7 months ago

Biden Scrambles in Supply Chain Crisis, Urges Private Sector to 'Step Up'

"I mean, there's a supply chain nightmare in America. And the cargo ships are all stacked up. We're not gonna have Christmas. We're not gonna have presents. You want to order a car, it takes 6 months. Biden says it's truck drivers fault. Biden says it's the private sector's fault. You see, says grandpa Joe, you deplorable truckers, you gotta step up. This is across the board commitment to going to 24 7. This is a big first step in speeding up the movement of materials and goods through our supply chain. But now we need the rest of the private sector chain to step up as well. This is not called a supply chain for nothing. This means that terminal operators, railways, trucking companies, shippers, and other retailers as well. Strengthening our supply chain will continue to be my team's focus. If federal support is needed, I will direct all appropriate action and if the private sector doesn't step up, we're going to call them out and ask them to act. You don't step up truck drivers. We're calling you out. Hey, you don't step up, delivery drivers. We're going to call you out. Because that's what we do here at team Biden. We call out the unvaccinated. You're a bunch of morons. The degenerates. We call you out truck truck drivers? They're not working hard enough?

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"grandpa" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"Me permission to play one of your granddad songs absolutely so i will share with you. Probably the most popular song on the album at least spotify standpoint. This song really kinda gets to me. Because there's there's a couple of songs on here that have vocals. The band had a vocalist guy. Who sings on some some songs. He has the most nostalgic voice. You'd ever heard. I kick myself just about every time. I hear it for not asking my grandpa. Hey who's the the singer of the group because to this day. I don't know who the singer is. I vowed that i will track down. Who voice. This is such an incredible voice as more people learn about this project. I'm sure his identity will come out. Yeah that's that's that's my hope. Is you get more eyeballs. Eventually some family goes hey. That's that that group that grandpa was in an hopefully eventually one of them is a relative of the the lead singer. So this is If you are but a dream by the seven forty six airforce band. Be vocalist is unknown. So if you know him you'll.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"Too old in life to enjoy the or do whatever you wanna do. And that was a good lesson taught to me back then. Oh that's fun. I love the accordion. I think it's really a fun. Instrumented at it always makes me want to get up and dance on robert. So what is your grandfather name. Do they call you gramps granddaddy. What did they call you. They call me papa papa. Oh and what about your life bob. Grammy so papa and grammy my lovely wife patricia. We'll be celebrating our forty fourth anniversary this year. Oh congratulations to you. Grandpa's day is wonderful. And i appreciate you doing what you're doing. You know that all works very good and Letting grandparents know how important they are. I think that grandparent's day is a wonderful holiday. And i wanna wish mall a very wonderful day. I had hoped to present my interview with johnny krill as a bonus episode on grandparent's day along with announcing the winners of the adventures with grammy essay. Contest to celebrate both gorgeous grandma day which we celebrate july twenty third and national grandparents day which we will celebrate this year september twelfth. However a bit of a snafu prevented the contest from happening this year. Watch for it and twenty twenty two because johnny pro gave us permission to play a song for grandma. And grandpa on the podcast. I present it now to honor and celebrate grandparents near.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

07:24 min | 9 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"Welcome to the adventures with grammy. Podcast i am your host caroline berry. This podcast is for grandparents on the go with their grandchildren and for parents who went to ensure loving relationships across the generations. I welcome your input and your feedback on every episode of the podcast. We produce please send me an email at caroline at adventures with grammy dot com or connect with me on twitter and instagram at grammy adventure. Please follow or subscribe to my podcast. It's free so you won't miss an episode and ask your family and friends to do the same. You can subscribe to the monthly newsletter by visiting my website adventures with grammy dot com and clicking the newsletter sign up link a grammy dominated singer songwriter in the folk polka tradition. Johnny pill has received numerous accolades for both his music and his volunteerism which began when he was twelve years old performing with his accordion at local nursing. Homes except for the impact of covert nineteen johnny krill and his family have performed monthly at the courtney manor nursing home since nineteen eighty six and each year. They host an annual christmas eve show that features four generations of the pro family and a special grandparents. Day celebration for the community. In addition to the healthcare association of michigan's presentation of its volunteer of the year award he has received shoutouts from former jeopardy host. The late alex travek u s olympian. Missie may trainer american actresses and comedians betty white and the late phyllis diller american folk singer. The late pete seeger country singers. The late charlie. Daniels and barbara mandrell an irish singer. Daniel o'donnell elected officials on the local state and federal levels also have honored johnny pro for his work to honor senior citizens and veterans in nineteen eighty two. He wrote a song for grandma and grandpa to his grandparents. The song has become the official song for national grandparents day which is celebrated in the united states the first sunday after labor day. I extend a heartfelt welcome to this incredible musician. Welcome johnny pearl to the adventures with grammy. Podcasts grandparents day sometimes goes on noticed and raising awareness is always been a priority of mine. And i'm so happy to see you coming in board and actually doing some promotion and trying to bring more people into it thank you. How did you get involved with grandparents. Day i've been a musician. All my life started writing songs very young. Actually the national grandparents day song. I wrote a nineteen eighty. Two el was a big hit. When i brought it out a lot of pants covered it right away. You know it was just such a sweet song and got a lot of radio airplay and then and two thousand and four. I got a call from the national grandparents. Day council chula vista california. I talked to dj mcquaid over there. And she says you know we've been looking for their song for a long long time and we found it she says your song for and grandpa is the perfect song. I was very honored and she said you know. We had a national songwriter's award. They presented me with that and that same year. They said that will be the official song of national grandparents day. ever since. then it's been an honor and every year you you know the song gets played and it's just wonderful feeling an honor for me. Oh that's cool and you don't mind if i play it on the podcasts. That would be wonderful. Played for all the grandpa's out there. And i hope they enjoy it. I will sign. I was under the impression that you wrote it. Four grandparents day. You had just written a song on your own in one thousand nine hundred eighty two at it didn't connect with grandpa who rent. I had written a song in nineteen eighty two and it was a song written about my grandparents and all the fun things that we did together. You know and like i said in two thousand four day heard the song and they said you know we've been searching for a song like this forever that's when it became the national grandparents day song. So that's how it all went down. Tell me about your grandparents. Food lived in harbor beach michigan which is not far from me. It's probably a twenty minute drive and we because it's not so far away would visit often. And every time. I went to see you know grandma and grandpa you know it was always the truths of cookies. Popper whatever but you know. They also had an antique shop and that was so exciting. Because you could go there see all this new stuff you know and grammar would show me how stuff works and how everything is and It was just wonderful so that's kind of what inspired me to write the song for grandma and grandpa. it's just good happy memories. It's a very upbeat happy song. So tell me about your grandchildren. How many do you have. And what kind of things do you do with them. Well i have eight grandchildren. I have two sets of twins. The oldest are ten years old and the youngest one year old. And who do lots of fun together you know. A house is always busy. I love cooking meals for nearly say Top meal tonight you know and stuff like that. Very very exciting and so the house has a little bit messy. But you know what. I just accept all of that and say come on and every day. Everybody's welcome at our home so we never no in a being a musician. I gotta tell you this to do a lot of volunteer work. I do a lot of work. For courtney manor nursing home and the grandkids on christmas. Wiki with christmas eve show at four o'clock. We've been doing that every year for thirty five years and we put on a grandparents day show rate on grandparents state and now all my grandkids come and they think a song for grandma and grandpa to open up the show and that is just a blessing. That's sweet and that really is a great way of helping your grandchildren understand the importance of elderly and giving back to the community as well. That is correct in an interesting story. Is that My grandfather was seven years old. You know. I see an accordion. That's what i was raised on. And i still play today. Do a lot of recording stuff. But my grandpa was seventy years old and he says you know. I would like to learn how to play the accordion. His favorite song was a red wing. Polka i teach him how to play the red wing polka and it was wonderful and it goes to show. You're never.

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Horace Cooper: What I Learned From My Dear Grandmother

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Horace Cooper: What I Learned From My Dear Grandmother

"Sadly with many of Our black friends on america first. We hit this refrain again and again and again that it was my grandma. It was my grandpa in your case. It was grandma virjee. Why is that what. Why is it that that we see such proclivity or a train that that generation is skipped and the black youth in america seem to be many cases brought on by grandparents. Well i would say this in my case my parents merit at an early age and even having done so my grandmother said is still have to do your part. You still have to do the responsible things and that included for my father. He was one of the few americans who voluntarily signed up for The army during vietnam and he shipped out and when he returned. I learned a lot about the importance of devotion to one's country about sacrifice and the like With regard to my mother she started school. I undergraduate ben a masters and then a phd. If you've got a family that you're also being a part of you can't necessarily say we're going to be done in about five six eight years. It took a while but my mother was determined and she was able to get it done and with my grandmother. Being willing to say. I'll take up some of the slack. You can drop the kids off with me. Sometimes we stayed during the summers for few weeks at a time.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

"Our feet on the other side and be like. That's fucking weird. Grandma grandpa. i could so do that you could. I don't know that i could. I could do it and be like sure. Just try it all from the place. Just riff in that area. That's your grandpa. Grandma just died in this horrible. And you're already dating somebody. I completely understand so now. You have to keep in mind if he is. He's in this home. he's social is. Socializing is very different from what everyone expects. You truly are living almost in this dormitories and one day as these twenty people nursing home. Pace one day is seven weeks. Oh yeah one. Day of shared meals with a woman. Yes it's like my friend. My friends pointed out on dates a day minutes day. Yeah yeah it's crazy or like three podcasts. Today with this with this woman ready so yeah it seems like a gift and it sounds like you're you're just trying to and what i i applaud your courage would like to say this to katherine katherine while you are in sort of in shock and weirded out by the fact that your grandfather is dating someone new. I think there's also an element where you have to learn to. And i'm saying is if somebody who's been through this you have to sort of compartmentalized how you feel about that because the reality that's probably setting in is how precious time is and how little time you may actually and i'm not trying to be very negative. I'm just saying in in reality. If your grandfather is around eighty five you you need to cherish that time and spend time with him and i would say that if you feel that there's friction or a conflict with these dating someone i just don't want you to get down the road lose ham and look back on your wasted so much time arguing or not accepting the fact that he was just dating someone when you will look back and you'll go. Why did i even care. All that mattered was telling him. I love him. He just playing games and talking and letting him tell stories. That's all that. That's right. Busy phillips just in my podcast and we were talking about. How if you're having disagree. Oh actually i'm sorry. it was valid. I we do a friday edition of my pockets and we were talking about if you're having an argument with somebody like this even if it's interior but let's say you and i have have a beef and i'm just like all right. You know. i wear yellow polos. That's my thing and i'm mad at you. If you plucked me up in the middle of that argument drive me in the highway and a semi truck is coming at ninety five miles an hour and the second before it touches my notes. I really think i'm gonna die it pops back in the argument you keep fighting or do you really like own like yeah. We're here human beings. They like the lowers. They're beautiful but they're so fragile at any moment. So in playing soccer can just run over you with cleats. What are we doing doing anything. Other than loving and supporting and cherishing. That's why when we were texting. I was like y'all roy. I'm so few. Because i'm like not to be morbid but momentum. Aurea baby fear of soccer. Where did that. I don't like how is the ciders. Your hands use your. If the keeper runs out of the goal. Yeah and he is. He goes for it. Yeah can he use his hands anywhere. Only use his hands inside the box. That's why there's a box that's right all right so folks. Today's episode sponsored by ted lasts dot com slash s per ten percents off. Episode is apple. tv free. I just had an apple. Tv so no. I don't think tv plus their streaming service. That i don't recall ever giving them thing free funding. And then you've got you got ted. Kathryn thanks so much for this letter up and sharing. i will also say one thing. I want to commend really quickly. I love your grandpa's willingness to talk about his life like she mentioned here second marriages can be so unexpected talk. He's trying to share with his wooden teeth. I know email neighbors at is utterly care honky bringing him cookies just because crushes that's right crunches various all high five and a triangular.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Ended up saying something had happened. I blacked out. I started yelling that he was lying and it was all a game that he was making and i remember one of my cousins walking me back up to my maternal grandmother's house to just go home and when i got home i walked in. And there's all these people sitting around chromium gust friend. Mother who lived across the street from us had me sit on her lap. I'm looking around wondering what's going on and my mom went to start telling me what had happened. And she choked up really badly and my best friend's mother ended up telling me that my grandmother wasn't going to be home anymore. I can imagine even at eight years old. Losing your grandmother was probably shocking. When you were a child and i'm guessing it was a moment you will never forget. I can't even remember what i did yesterday. But i have experienced dramatic moments in my life from twenty years ago. I can still remember. So did your grandfather have any idea of who killed your grandmother. I am assuming the police went to him. I found out that creative whole new. A little bit of information that he had talked about with it. Grandpa was alive until he was on his nineties. Maybe ninety seven i believe. How was your grandmother when she passed. I believe thirty nine forty to maybe she was fairly young then. Oh yeah my understanding. From what i've been told by my grandfather and my brother that the women on the mom's side of the family always ended up dying young. I mean we know it's not true though because migrate. Am she's still around. She's still alive in her nineties. That's pretty amazing. I mean most people won't get to live that long. So was your grandmother and grandfather together is a couple when this happened. Yeah and when that happened. Grandpa vowed he would never end up getting married.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Push back. The problem thought final. Here's your host joe getty. Hey let's get a final thought from everybody on the crew to wrap up the show for the day there. He is pressing the buttons on the control room michelangelo. Michael what's your final thought yet. Jack maybe right. The internet is can be the doom of all of us. I'm an internet junkie. And i'm going to try and maybe after six. Pm my cut off right. Just shut up all social media all internet so limited hours for internet for me. Yeah kind of the What do you call it with the dieting. Part of the heart of the day. Fasting intermittent fasting. I like positive sean. Our producer finals on the outpouring of support from the audience after announcing that i am departing. The show at the end of this month was a a an overwhelming. And i thank you all for all your messages apologies. I cannot responded to them all but you've seriously reconsidered and are going to stay hands on jack of final thought. So you know how you get in the groove of eating right night. You're on diet. And then he fall off it. How do you get back in it. How do you get back in the group. Is anybody have any tips. Do i need to like strip naked and take pictures of myself from all angles and post them around the house there. Do i have a bunch of people. Call me names. I mean how do i get. Back in the groove. No have a long talk with yourself south. That's not working tips. Text line four one five two nine five. Afdc my final thought based on what we're talking about today and we'll get back into tomorrow a little bit. Is that no gender transition methods for kids. Nothing permanent nothing. Medical counseling talking looking at the problem. Psychologically yes no medical stuff for children again if you missed our discussions of that. I can't remember when it happened or a couple of different periods. But grab the podcasts. At armstrong and getty dot com the armstrong and getty on demand armstrong and getty rabbit other grueling four hour workday also at the website hotlinks with all the stories videos in articles and stuff. We were talking about. You can read them for yourself and look at them for yourself. Trump's an email if there's something we ought to be talking about send it along. A mailbag armstrong and getty dot com. Get yourself some ag. Swag obama has headline female. Weightlifter suffers tragic in japan. Apologize in advance for any mean accurate. Things i'm about to say decorate your home with plants according years zodiac sent. You are soft head and you shouldn't. At times there are ramifications word. Will the universe of smart guy. let's go and boom goes the dynamite and you're talking about acres. I hate haters. I love sassy i know. Y'all very much. Armstrong and getty discovery plus has the largest library of true crime content ever binge your favorites plus new exclusive original series the streaming home of true crime plus so much more for just four ninety nine discovery. Plus start your free trial today..

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"grandpa" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

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"grandpa" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Exvangelical

"And so right and so even to a point where the destroyer us all the time my My grandma said was a pastor. He was a kind of like a won miss charismatic. We didn't necessarily adhere to kind of the trinity in the sort strict understanding of and i remember deepened. My reformed days my cage day. D- are you familiar with the cage. Parred this before if you could explain it again. It's it's been a minute. So the running joke. Is that if you're a calvin est You become a calvin est. You need to stay in a cage for the first five years year. The first five years of converting. Because you're insufferable to anyone around you because all you do is just try and school. Everyone with how your theology is the best right. So that's the case. So when i was deepened my cage stage at a church full of cage stagers a bunch of flannel bearded hipster reform guys. Grandpa passed away. And i remember sitting down with a friend who i really respected at the time and i said hey man like my grandpa died and use a pastors for so many years. But he didn't believe in the trinity. And i genuinely ask the. Do you think that's enough to send someone.

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"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Maybe that's what we're missing that. Actually everything he said. I was in the ninety third air corps. I love grandpa bob. He's the best you like. We make fun of him with so much love and he really. He's going to have a like a blast listening to this. I swear i'm not just the worst granddaughter ever so once grandpa bob was all set. We were like you know what we're still on. Yeah so we like left him to hang out and get waited on and he's having a great time and we were like okay. Shit what do we do now. So what did we do. So at this point we had spent like three months just like hanging around california doing various. Grandpa bob things so then we went to kentucky and visited louisville. Yeah 'cause i can always go home. I always have a place to stay in my hometown and level is awesome. So he's been like two or three weeks just kind of hanging out at my dad's house and we decided. Fly back to california for my birthday. And we went to tahoe. Yeah we found some cheap flights. We spent some time in california which was honestly the most expensive two weeks of the entire fucking trip. Y'all areas hell of expensive if you don't live here. Why do people come visit. Stop visiting if you live to. I mean let's be real but if you visit we have a self guided walking tour of san francisco practice well And then took us. It took us honestly a few months to figure what the fuck we're doing next lake. Our plans were totally disrupted and we were scrambling. We couldn't afford last minute. Plane tickets bouncing around all over the place on like southwest and just like went from couch to couch. Basically any of our friends who had a couch we showed up in. Stay there for a while. We are also making some pretty big decisions about where we're gonna end up so jeremy. This whole time had actually been applying for grad schools and he was admitted to nyu for a masters of education program. Which i'm very proud of you. You know but actually ended up being a really good decision. And i'm glad you didn't So we were trying to figure out what the fuck we were going to do. I was like looking in horror at our finances and realizing how much money we were spending. So i started working really hard on the blog trying to make some income which i started getting a little bit. I started doing some sponsored posts. Island are very first paid sponsored trip which was to paso robles which was awesome puzzle. Do bliss and i started finally seeing my hard work actually paying off. It took us five months of couch surfing to leave the country again. We just bopped around like couch surfing for five months. Who does that. What a waste. We found a house sitting job in mexico which we never really heard of but it turns out playboy like the home of moulay..

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"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Also my flesh and blood and he shaped who i am i get like all of my most irritating and worst tendencies from him and my family could write a series of books on how to craft the perfect guilt trip and this was that this was the best guilt trip in the entire universe. It was like a masterclass in guilt trips so it is with the most love and affection that i put his ass on blast he cried wolf on his own death so that he could hang out at home eat junk food and get waited on hand and foot. He threw himself a death party. The best part of this is like three or four days into as being there by his side every day he and i are sitting on his couch and he is drinking. D- serrano on is like ten. Am and he was like pain medication even though he definitely did not have any pain. Yeah so this dude. Dudes just like lit and he looks at me and he and i say say yeah but you know that you're probably not dying right and he says i'm ninety three years old whose does say i'm not gonna die. All of your fucking doctors. Grandpa bob all your doctors say you're not dying. And then he started singing case across aurora. And then he told me that he was. Jesus what he actually said was that he was the center of the world and we got talking about like the finances of hospice and he said jeremy don't worry because all be dead sewn and you don't have to worry about any of the money and i was like what are you talking about when you die like there's still bills to pay and he's like who's to say that when i die. The universe just stops existing. This motherfucker thought. He was literally the center of the entire universe. I was like do you really think when you die. All matter would just stop. And he was like. Who's i'm wrong. And then he started singing case whatever will be will be and that was when i took the pain meds off of his care plan because he was not in pain and he was clearly just having a good time and we decided that he was maybe not dying and then we discovered one of my favorite cons of all time. It wasn't because he was dying that he wanted to go into hospice. It was because his caretakers wouldn't let him order pizza and beer during the fucking super bowl and then and then it turns out. He had gotten irritated with his menu at this new care place that we spent three weeks finding we had told them you need to bring him a ham sandwich every day. He's weirdly obsessed with ham sandwiches. We don't know why it's a thing. They had made sure that he had a ham sandwich every day. Grandpa bob got sick of the fucking ham sandwiches are at all. Want cam sandwich anymore. What i want is croissant. Which from jack in the box. They have these croissant. Which breakfast sandwich. Jeremy is it with the hammer with us at wires so grandpa. Bob spent six months on hospice having the time of his life. It turns out that you can get kicked off of hospice. Which is what happened. And he is now happily ninety five. We just went to celebrate his ninetieth birthday with him And he is doing better than ever. i think he's actually getting healthier by the day. I'm convinced that all of the junk food and alcohol is preserving his old bones. I think he's probably immortal at this point and will outlive us all. We'll see him in a few weeks. And i'm excited or he actually is the center of the universe. You're right maybe..

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"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Also my flesh and blood and he shaped who i am i get like all of my most irritating and worst tendencies from him and my family could write a series of books on how to craft the perfect guilt trip and this was that this was the best guilt trip in the entire universe. It was like a masterclass in guilt trips so it is with the most love and affection that i put his ass on blast he cried wolf on his own death so that he could hang out at home eat junk food and get waited on hand and foot. He threw himself a death party. The best part of this is like three or four days into as being there by his side every day he and i are sitting on his couch and he is drinking. D- serrano on is like ten. Am and he was like pain medication even though he definitely did not have any pain. Yes so this dude just like lit and he looks at me and he and i say say yeah but you know that you're probably not dying right and he says i'm ninety three years old whose does say i'm not gonna die. All of your fucking doctors. Grandpa bob all your doctors say you're not dying. And then he started singing case across aurora. And then he told me that he was. Jesus what he actually said was that he was the center of the world and we got talking about like the finances of hospice and he said jeremy don't worry because all be dead sewn and you don't have to worry about any of the money and i was like what are you talking about when you die like there's still bills to pay and he's like who's to say that when i die. The universe just stops existing. This motherfucker thought. He was literally the center of the entire universe. I was like do you really think when you die. All matter would just stop and he was like who's wrong and then he started singing case whatever will be will be. That was when. I took the pain meds off of his care plan because he was not in pain and he was clearly just having a good time and we decided that he was maybe not dying and then we discovered one of my favorite cons of all time. It wasn't because he was dying that he wanted to go into hospice. It was because his caretakers wouldn't let him order pizza and beer during the fucking super bowl and then and then it turns out. He had gotten irritated with his menu at this new care place that we spent three weeks finding we had told them you need to bring him a ham sandwich every day. He's weirdly obsessed with ham sandwiches. We don't know why it's a thing. They had made sure that he had a ham sandwich every day. Grandpa bob got sick of the fucking ham sandwiches are at all. Want cam sandwich anymore. What i want is croissant. Which from jack in the box. They have these croissant. Which breakfast sandwich. Jeremy is it with the hammer with us at wires so grandpa. Bob spent six months on hospice having the time of his life. It turns out that you can get kicked off of hospice. Which is what happened. And he is now happily ninety five. We just went to celebrate his ninetieth birthday with him And he is doing better than ever. i think he's actually getting healthier by the day. I'm convinced that all of the junk food and alcohol is preserving his old bones. I think he's probably immortal at this point and will outlive us all. We'll see him in a few weeks. And i'm excited or he actually is the center of the universe. You're right maybe..

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"grandpa" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

Practical Wanderlust

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Also my flesh and blood and he shaped who i am i get like all of my most irradiating and worst tendencies from him and my family could write a series of books on how to craft the perfect guilt trip and this was that this was the best guilt trip in the entire universe. It was like a masterclass in guilt trips so it is with the most love and affection that i put his ass on blast he cried wolf on his own death so that he could hang out at home eat junk food and get waited on hand and foot. He threw himself a death party. The best part of this is like three or four days into as being there by his side every day he and i are sitting on his couch and he is drinking december. No on is like ten. Am and he was like pain medication even though he definitely did not have any pain. Yes so this dude dudes just like lit and he looks at me and he and i say say yeah but you know that you're probably not dying right and he says i'm ninety three years old whose does say i'm not gonna die all of your fucking doctors. Grandpa bob all your doctors say you're not dying. And then he started singing case across aurora. And then he told me that he was. Jesus what he actually said was that he was the center of the world and we got talking about like the finances of hospice and he said jeremy don't worry because all be dead sewn and you don't have to worry about any of the money and i was like what are you talking about when you die like there's still bills to pay and he's like who's to say that when i die. The universe just stops existing. This thought he was literally the center of the entire universe. And i was like. Do you really think when you die. All matter would just stop and he was like. Who's i'm wrong. And then he started singing case whatever will be will be when i took the pain meds off of his care plan because he was not in pain and he was clearly just having a good time and we decided that he was maybe not dying and then we discovered one of my favorite cons of all time. It wasn't because he was dying that he wanted to go into hospice. It was because his caretakers wouldn't let him order pizza and beer during the fucking super bowl and then and then it turns out. He had gotten irritated with his menu at this new care place that we spent three weeks finding we had told them you need to bring him a ham sandwich every day. He's weirdly obsessed with ham sandwiches. We don't know why it's a thing. They had made sure that he had a ham sandwich every day. Grandpa bob got sick of the fucking ham sandwiches are at all. Want cam sandwich anymore. What i want is croissant. Which from jack in the box. They have these croissant. Which breakfast sandwich. Jeremy is it with the hammer with us at wires so grandpa. Bob spent six months on hospice having the time of his life. It turns out that you can get kicked off of hospice. Which is what happened. And he is now happily ninety five. We just went to celebrate his ninetieth birthday with him And he is doing better than ever. i think he's actually getting healthier by the day. I'm convinced that all of the junk food and alcohol is preserving his old bones. I think he's probably immortal at this point and will outlive us all. We'll see him in a few weeks. And i'm excited or he actually is the center of the universe. You're right maybe..

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"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Of changed our lives. So i got a call from my dad telling us that. His dad grandma bob Was in the hospital. So i mean he's ninety three years old so like anything that goes wrong could be. That could be it rate so my dad was based. He didn't ask us but we were the only people in my family that could take care of my grandfather for an extended period. I mean what are we doing. We're like gallivanting around europe. Like everybody else has a job so of course. We canceled our trip. Our honeymoon and flew back to california. Immediately we're a couple more stops plan but we are like obviously we got cut those stops and luckily we had world nomads in our corner and they were like absolutely and they refunded the all the other stuff that we had paid for the car. The plane everything. Everything that we had booked that Wasn't reimbursable world nomads covered. This isn't like any kind of sponsorship. They really took care of us. And we never travel without travel insurance ever since then and we got this like ridiculously early flight out of barcelona and it was just that feeling of like. Wow it's like it's over and it's really over in. This is how it ends like this. We were still drunk from the night before because we were on that top. So i was more like look i. I had a bunch of kava and grandpa's dying is it. That's your voice. You sound like gilbert freed. You do squat anthony lamps. This is because we just watched aladdin. And i will say will smith makes up. Pretty good genie. Okay this is weird because we're talking about our grandfather. I'm gonna just let you guys know if we seem like we're not sad it's because everything turns out okay so we fly to l. a. And we get to the hospital and we're fully prepared to see the worst. I have not had many experiences with families dying. And i love grandpa bob and he loves me. I'm his favorite at me very true and we get to the hospital. Where like we think. Everything's going to be sad. And instead i think i heard grandpa bob like down the block. I could hear him screaming at the top of his lungs at the nurses grandpa. Bob is the image that you have when you think of old jewish brooklyn night. Yes can you do your grammy bob for us please. No no they put in a by pass about it put in a bath. They just potent of perhaps all know what you're having your house in the last ten years. They took away your drivers license. Trust me. I know how to drive more than this.

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"grandpa" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

Practical Wanderlust

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust

"Of changed our lives. So i got a call from my dad telling us that. His dad grandma bob Was in the hospital. So i mean he's ninety three years old so like anything that goes wrong could be. That could be it rate so my dad was based. He didn't ask us but we were the only people in my family that could take care of my grandfather for an extended period. I mean what are we doing. We're like gallivanting around europe. Like everybody else has a job so of course. We canceled our trip. Our honeymoon and flew back to california. Immediately we're a couple more stops plan but we are like obviously we got cut those stops and luckily we had world nomads in our corner and they were like absolutely and they refunded the all the other stuff that we had paid for the car. The plane everything. Everything that we had booked. That wasn't reimbursable world nomads covered. This isn't like any kind of sponsorship. They really took care of us. And we never travel without travel insurance ever since then and we got this like ridiculously early flight out of barcelona and it was just that feeling of like. Wow it's like it's over and it's really over in. This is how it ends like this. We were still drunk from the night before because we were on that top. So i was more like look i. I had a bunch of kava and grandpa's dying is it. That's your voice. You sound like gilbert freed. You do squat anthony. This is because we just watched aladdin. And i will say will smith makes up. Pretty good genie. Okay this is weird because we're talking about our grandfather. I'm gonna just let you guys know if we seem like we're not sad it's because everything turns out okay so we fly to l. a. And we get to the hospital and we're fully prepared to see the worst. I have not had many experiences with families dying. And i love grandpa bob and he loves me. I'm his favorite at me very true and we get to the hospital. Where like we think. Everything's going to be sad. And instead i think i heard grandpa bob like down the block. I could hear him screaming at the top of his lungs at the nurses grandpa. Bob is the image that you have when you think of old jewish brooklyn night. Yes can you do your bob for us please. No no they put in a by pass about it in put in a bath. They just potent of perhaps all know what you're having your house in the last ten years. They took away your drivers license. Trust me. I know how to drive more than this.

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"grandpa" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on DeaconLive

"You know, why Grandpa's nice to get canape if you want. Good service, you go somewhere else. I know is probably more your came your herbal. You use that line already. And it wasn't funny before drinking. A little more specific gene, great dad. What do you want? Tacos want chicken or beat?.

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"grandpa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"grandpa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Me speak about ice. Homes the quota my screaming it silly. I what he did. I just got on my iphone from the friend. Family friend, and he wrote a letter to his daughter. I forgot the name. Sorry. But what I listen to what I read was beautiful. He was just like. The night that was in me. May I read this to you? I'm not I'm not usually do eat anything, I speak from my heart. And experience you're not just hearing words, but the meaning of words, and I'm sign is was like my brother. No, I never met him. But he was like my brother from a distance. And I want you to be my you can be my brother or my. Or your from a distance? So you can see what a father. When the father loves you could hear it as voice. But you have another push and getting angry. Story. Go. It was it was a movie that somebody gave me my one of my kids was working very famous person and made a movie black and white. And the story was simply this this to make the point that are go on the subject matter. The little girl is black. Obviously, the husband of the white boy lady was also was black. And so this she had a pop back in pot white, but you hit a wonderful grandpa and one in the in the in the video video CD. The scene came like this. Stay clean your teeth. Says and clean your teeth. And. Could you say this with more strength? Please do this and grandpa who's white. And she kid that love the grandpa. Grandpa loved each other. But what she said was beautiful. Please make it stronger. Please speak stronger to.

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