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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Move to Los Angeles
"Prince Harry and his wife Meghan officially made the transition from senior members of Britain's royal family to endlessly considering their waterproofing options because sure that naturally follows truth well what else have they left to do you can't have one without the other there is a that they're they they they are no longer oils and so Harry said to Meghan Meghan what would you say if we consider our waterproofing options and she said oh Harry those are endless support we will I'm calling B. S. on the endless bird there have some remains to waterproofing options it's unclear what they're going to be international celebrities charity patrons global influencers the royal Lytham that the couple triggered in January by announcing that they would step down from official duties give up public funding C. credential independence and swap the UK for North America becomes official today the movie's been more complicated and poignant by the global corona virus pandemic which finds the couple and their ten month old son Archie in California far from Harry's father prince Charles was recovering after testing positive for covert nineteen and Harry's for ninety three year old grandmother Queen Elizabeth the second as we all feel the world at this moment seems extraordinary fragile the couple said in the initial post Monday on there now mothballed Sussex royal Instagram account they can't use the Sussex royal Instagram account any longer they aren't authorized what's most important right now is the health and well being of everyone across the globe in finding solutions to the many issues that have presented themselves as a result of this pandemic I by the way Harry is sixth in line to the British throne so you give them all on the list bill given I six thousand or more but given you know six the one you think will that'll never happen well although given today's circumstances we don't know that do we so what you know what will they do I think it's fascinating all of those it will be all of those things like old one again wants to she wants to go back to acting right get back to acting and I think they both third interested in charity work I think it'll be all those
"lytham" Discussed on No Laying Up
"I want to stress that we're splitting hairs among some of the sickest golf courses the world I'm not recommending skipping hillside I just personally prefer some of the other courses we played on this trip hillside summer rates ranged from one hundred six st two hundred ninety pounds fall and spring rates are between one hundred ten and one hundred thirty five I did get a twitter question as well someone saying how bad is hillside rated and I also got another question said hillside as easily the best of all those courses so I do think it depends on your day I would love to play hillside again maybe in slightly different Sion's when the rough is not quite as bad as it was it just stuck out kind of from the from the rest of the courses we played on this trip as far as how much time we spent looking for balls and it is my least favorite thing do while playing golf was not the worst round I played on this trip so please don't please on assume that I'm slotting it in near the bottom just because you can find your Bowl it just doesn't quite add up I'm trying to come up with an analogy that I don't know if I'm ready to debut this yet but I'm going to try basically I'm not saying this isn't one of the best courses in England but if someone you know I might be a fan of the hundredth ranked restaurant in Jacksonville but if they've got one or two things on that they knew that I love it might be one of my favorites and you know if everyone over there loves you know the twentieth ranked restaurant in Jacksonville but their menus just a bit not my style or just doesn't quite you know they got a picky eater they got too much shit in the food a lot of people might really enjoy the variety and the different things that can get but you know what I like this one thing on the menu over here and for me that's the next course is West Lancashire is doesn't even sniff hillside in any rankings and absolutely blows my mind because for and again it's GonNa come back to expectations I've no no idea how West Lancashire is the forty four th ranked course in in Oakland that's where top one hundred golf courses dot com ranks it I consider that to be pretty good and unbiased ranking source much less scummy than the golf digest or golf duck Great Britain and Ireland I'm personally I got to put the royal courses in a different category they really are next level we're going to break down those courses but West Lane this is easily my favorite non-royal course on England's Gulf coast it's the truest links it's right up against the sea breezes of it more extreme I heard from a lot of people say and this is actually the most difficult of all them like Holy Shit what a difficult golf course they do have some open qualifying there on a near annual basis I don't know if it's every year the Gulf foles are just tremendous it's it's what I call simple links like it's pretty straightforward you can see where you're going and you can see hey there's a bunker right there that I need to avoid on the second halts par-five there's two bunkers short and left of the green and there's one short right and the way the wind comes in from the left you just got a position south to run up a shot all you put these two bunkers it's it's so straightforward it's so simple but I just love it and it's so well designed I when I say simple I don't mean that it's not brilliant because I really do think that it is the holes are extremely well defined and you just chart kind of charting yourself around giant contour short left of the third green she got to avoid this short short par-three great mix of long par threes and short par-three long fours short fours a couple of drivable ones depending on what he's you play this night was no doubt helped by the best weather we got the whole time in the area but this is my third time coming to West lancs and he back in the summer of seventeen I thought you know what I know you intron loved it in the spring but you probably overrated it just because you hadn't heard of it and I loved it even more the second time and on the third time I came back it somehow keeps getting better it's one of the ten oldest clubs in England it was founded in eighteen seventy three got extremely simple modest clubhouse I was designed by CK cotton again train station right next to it it runs right along the eleventh hole the back nine stretch from eleven to fifteen is just spectacularly loved as an awesome par-five again right against the train tracks which I visited with my second shot a long par three twelve at the par-four thirteenth is an amazing haul blind tee shot on the fourteenth and then you come back and play the fifteen this whole that's jammed right up against that wall that borders the train tracks again had in the opposite direction it's just special if you go to this area and don't play West Lancashire I will be disappointed in you again it doesn't it's the top of a lot of rankings and if you go off that you may not end up here but it gets my top recommendation you don't need a recommendation for the royal courses you're probably already playing them and is coaches I hate ranking them west lancs is a clear number one I can't be much more clear on that in that next tier of courses and again that may be personal preference but everyone I've ever talked to that has gone and played it has had nothing but glowing things to say about it the prices one hundred twenty five to one hundred fifty in the summer around eighty to ninety five pounds in the fall and ninety to one hundred and ten pounds in the spring so it's a little more affordable than hillside is and it just doesn't quite come with that expectation now I may have ruined the expectation Asians by that glowing endorsement but I am willing to sign off on that my dad absolutely loved it we there were there were not really any courses that we were far apart on any of these it helped that he played really really well out there he loved it but it's go to West Lancashire promise you won't be disappointed you might see the clubhouse and kind of think you're not in a special place the ones you get out on that golf course I promise you it's special all right on to the next course southport in eighteen stale so when we go on these trips we often get a lot of messages from local won't inviting us out to their local courses it is so so so generous so greatly appreciated and it sucks but were rarely able to make it work we come with full itinerary as rarely do we have full four hour windows time that we need to kill but it works out great sometimes in the UK in an Ireland because God pace of play over there is insane there were courses that you know some of the places we play with members they say if you play in four hours you're getting a letter from the secretary and that's a four ball and if you're a two ball and if you're even sniffing three thirty like you are holding up the golf course and it's just it's amazing the stark difference and everybody's walking everyone is a trolley I strongly strongly believe that golf carts with two people in them slow down the game of golf I have no doubt the only thing faster I've seen in walking with a trolley or a pushcart is the Gulf board which I did that it trueblue in Myrtle beach and really really enjoyed that I thought that was incredible pace of play but English are no exception to this that keep amazing pace of play and again we always come with four tanneries and this day was actually an exception it was Sunday my dad he was up for eighteen holes a day eighteen Israeli enough for me as I mentioned we had an afternoon teatime at formby and gentleman named Stu slid in the DMZ offered up round at southport name stale I'd seen it from hillside you can look across the train tracks and see it I kind of I kind of my image of it was pretty I don't know what I'm saying other than my expectations were low again I kinda thought it was easily the third best of those three courses that are all lined up together and I've been curious about it but just it wasn't a big priority for me to get over there though when he said he could arrange for us to tee off before the club even open as awesome as okay great and he and I went off route seven forty and went out and had just an absolute treat of morning James Braid Golf Course designed in nineteen twenty two held the Ryder Cup in Nineteen thirty seven I believe now again that's where I come back to expectations kind of viewed it as a third tier course figured it was overshadowed by its neighbors for a reason wrong I loved it it does help that I struck the shit out of on that morning could make any prods wonderful pure links course for me flowed much better than hillside does from from one eighteen I felt like I was playing the same golf course it was the best bunkered course one of the best I should say one of the best bunker courses we played in the area limbs going to take the crown on that one but it gave me what I call like the exercise in my mind essentially the puzzle that you gotta solve every t and the the strategy I've found best is to clearly define maybe even say out loud what bunkers you are taking out of play and what bunkers you're trying to take on this is not a golf course he just reach back and pound driver over all the trouble because again it's firm you don't want it rolling off into the tall stuff like like we say it hillside but otherwise you don't clearly say out loud and and kind of think through what you WanNa do you can caught in between you can get caught in between strategies and make some really poor swing so if you're replace short of a bunker you have to take a club that cannot reach a bunker in the ball's rolling out on at all these places it wasn't nearly as fast and firms what we got in Scotland last year but if you're trying to take on the bunker on the left meaning you're hitting a club that will go in that bunker if you hit it on that line you gotta identify that bunker that you're avoiding and you gotta either you know decided hey I'm covering this one and I'm taking this on meaning I I'm going to cover this bunker on the right but this bunker on the left is going to be trouble for me if I hit it on that line so it might mean you have to lay back a ton it might mean you got you might need to hit driver to take certain bunkers out of play you get that over and over and over again at southport named stale and it was just tremendously condition had quirk to it wonderfully contoured it was just an overall treat I was one hundred ninety yard par three some people don't like that I'm way way in on par three openers green contour there's really friendly it's Kinda got punched Bali kind of thing going on in the front it's a little tough growing out of the car and hit a five iron at seven forty in the morning but it's it's a nice little warm up pole and it I loved it the sixteenth hole is the whole you see from the train and you'll see from hillside it's a blind second shot over a huge Dune has some bunkers on it with railroad ties shot up he died easily my favorite hole on the golf course and just some seriously meaty par fours on this I had a ton of five iron six irons into Greens that you know they weren't even necessarily playing into the wind we actually I didn't play the very far back much on this trip we played back at southport needs sales about sixty eight hundred yards which is kind of a rarity on this trip but absolutely no qualms I have no shame about moving up boxes on links courses because yardage just ends up being so damn irrelevant sixty eight hundred yards there in my mind equals about seventy two hundred stateside just in terms of difficulty and the ball ended up not even being reachable southport names down one hundred thirty five to one hundred and fifty pounds in the summer of one hundred one hundred twenty in the fall and spring again I don't know where I was kind of coming from thinking this was a a third tier course pricing wise it's it's up there and I wouldn't call it expensive but it's not cheap and.
"lytham" Discussed on No Laying Up
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"lytham" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"lytham" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Lytham that's bennett tap by thumb body zoff tapper the become baton when of landed not not tiger balm that not paying a new bye yes got it the thilan back then than that what view the love one the new opposition am the dumb david he will build the laura yeah the thing the alone.
"lytham" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Before a crowd of about sixty two thousand people green bay scored three touchdowns in the second half to defeat the chiefs thirty five to ten led by mvp quarterback bart starr for their win each member of the packers collected fifteen thousand dollars the largest single game share in the history of team sports this week in two thousand nine gm auctions off historic cars from its heritage collection some of the car sold were a nineteen ninety six buick blackhawk concept car for five hundred twenty two thousand dollars a sixty nine camaros e l one coop for three hundred nineteen thousand dollars and a nineteen fifty nine corvette convertible for two hundred twenty thousand dollars and this week in 1980 one ronald reagan is sworn in as the forty th president of the united states reagan would win reelection and serve eight years he passed away june 5th two thousand four the croats your look back if this week in history when you have you been a say bone since he yet we have lots of great deals on all airfare was drawn said more all in one convenient place we have new deals all the time to make sure you subscribe this day in the know to all our new deals that save on since ecom power by ultimate air mm all right once again lytham's live animal around the company toll free it's eight eight eight eight six zero lady seven 85 eight six zero t are you kyrie.
"lytham" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The business bond corp tell dot u s can recent article on wall street journal talked about taking one for the team to foster collaboration what was it about really the spirit of teamwork that we've talked about on and off for years and how to organize companies do we organized companies did to uh functional unit followed by nancy fall on play ball that design people in one place all the engineers the ones plays all build marketing people thorough we really uh better suited by being booked focused on uh multidiscipline uh crossfunctional collaboration and uh this is our friend to shell and barter we talk about from time time who wrote the article and uh she's with me uh we like to say that people get things done in spite of orchard dot because with them and we need to mix it up keep playing well with others is essential to advancing one zone career but in many situations it's not easy what are some ways employers can use to help foster employ collaboration fought to bill that engineers and pale deport dividers offpeak the wine which is a pretty big leap of faith we all speak different languages and we pecan different tower for the first thing we need to do as we near need to learn to live bent and we need to accept different vowed that we think everybody is going to be the famous that we're not going to be very difficult except the differences opened our mind at lytham can't sounds like there's hard truth about collaboration can when it comes to teamwork and fast and slow employees there's a lot that needs to change obviously force successful collaboration and we'll talk about in the next hour and.
"lytham" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
"There was a lot of that marketing enumerated from the lytham business when did meet end tank the french franc like in the early eighties rest into early '80s so i mean it makes sense because originally guy sobek ninety percent of the wanted export yup so both british guys were probably like this is awesome mrs this great deal 'cause you're selling it for what you think is a fair price and for them it's like nothing knup's absurdity it was still at a time when when price at an reach you know what what he has reached today but yeah i mean the there's a combination from sending marketing point of y'all was too young in t to remember when made an impact but also the trading france between them a long long tagged to accept that day was not even a coup wind wine of with debt time coming from nanga doak and one of the reason ninety percent outside which we sought to pray clan went to export is because they export our no prime to say while look at these 22 bodo side or wine in a bogeybogey elliot it's could not be nation but it's worth every penny is any for he could reach a lot more we take it in france its first it's not an aoc wine it's a table wine and pay not even dating it but can be good that a change culturally nowadays riina know have a distribution nothing in eighty percent or less eighty five percent of the mission ah restaurant nine france have at least a bottle of the mega cycle nearly so it has changed dramatically putt for twenty years was pretty halbish expert excuse my french two least a wind from a region who had bad reputation in a restaurant or one shop of france.
"lytham" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Somalia donald place but what about own is make sure everybody jones up for the us military look into the resurrection of jesus christ procure think about it hannity it would make me feel better if they're came close you understand what i'm saying was an eye by believe everything i think you believe i think you're just you're devout than i am and yeah i do i believe the jesus as the son god and that he came to earth to reconcile loss to the father yeah i believe all of that and he suffered died and was buried and and he saves us from our sins yeah the only question i have is why do i keep on sending i'm not perfect you know because the the spirit is willing but the body is week when jesus was resurrected he state forty days to convince shown any went back under happen he now is that while there is right hand lytham constantly remediating or the warned in inam he's eighty further fan hussein blurred that removes your all your pay is very twenty four seven knows fan is counted against you the rest of your life on planet earth so what you've got to remember is you can't start from it but like you did you were as an input you had and yet because you didn't know what allow sped roman on thursday what's your conscience ban and he got in early teenage years those are the ones that's why you need to be borne dan input through early put a little children also and you know that well they didn't do anything wrong i mean they they might have entered the world would send but they know that sets the sin of the world that we were all born with rain they were entered the world knowing the difference when they got older well wait a minute i gotta tell you i know all.
"lytham" Discussed on All About Android
"Curious to see if it lives up to eur to your your expectations does it as the the promotional copy on the the marketing site for the tablet does it excite your eyes with a realistic laying experience it i will say the display is very nice it is it is i was impressed i don't know if it delights letter was that quoted delighted our eyes excites your eyes guys are excited but i was impressed by it um it's got an external sim card an esa card external sd card guy which is pretty cool yeah like all the specs on it were i went through all the reviews and kind of what everybody says which wanted to get analysts are seven it seemed like sealing like a pretty decent piece hardware nearly ten inches um you know like real like four k video or set like real like really strong videos word mainly i use it to watch video at the gym and read books on kindle arri comic books or play games so that's what tablets are made for so i know tablets are kind of a dead harbor category but i'm still and flame on so to k resolution not fully to k as an a half it is off right on so yeah you're actually gonna be out next week but made my mouth and exsaks you will have spent some time on the plane with his then pad three s 10 on not on not only on the not only on the plane but on the beach oh so it's it here modifiers thanks for of area a use it to cut lytham's if you don't like it.
"lytham" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"At a preferred repair facility of you oughta know let's go to the phones get the show started with michael from lytham good morning to you michael promoting gave how do it i'm doing well sir good to talk to you i here's the problem i have what my phone has a two thousand eight saturn outlook and it it's all electrical of course it display it goes ordered all emergency brake carved own at all it light resort prayer four breaker don't were back we're winter stop you can't use it with a remote but you can put it'll go up if we should apart and of back okay out i look it up they said it had a hotter thirty cougar klay on v all electrical have you had any problems comey your show oh yes we have that particular vehicle has got some minor problems with what we've found out to be what's called a body control module that is the computer module that controls all of your accessories now these problems you're having are they happening all at once uh i could fight up i think oh they started now they're all there right why would think the very good possibility that it's a body control module that has gone bad now normally they do not include that under any kind of situation where the warranty or or a recall happened how this is somebody to would probably be customer pay of the situation but it sounds like to me that a body control module the computer for that is having the problem what you you're you know anybody that you could recommend while i think i think snt automotive writing let the couple could probably handle at four where does your son live we're very familiar with absol okay we we've had worked on all three four three tolder solve about his car our my car and we took it up there and it did a beautiful job all right well that would probably be who i'd recommend having snt look at it and do the diagnosis for you all right i appreciate your call you up michael i.
"lytham" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Green what what fruit would you pick up his macaroni cheese nonetheless up my look that now do eat apples exit you are used i i made a lot of friends they use their power to apple and put a snickers bar unearned bakumbe under it was pretty gathering justifying the whole purpose i'm just what i've to unite lytham's in on and drinks avocados bar in an apple yeah yeah how you take you take even alan bollard so you can like power out like the w as much as you wire had could keep control of it and they're get all season of out of there he just put assertive bar and then once it's bacon then he promotional on top it's simple as could be and it just gray it makes sense or you can make a total in an uses a bunk beds unless allegedly i've never had it but a legend we would to watermelon real and you give a big as water mode you put a hole in the top and all on the end and connect them and make low aluminum foil lowly if it is how you got into barbecue various passing it around twenty by mode pay as well it makes it definitely makes the a barbecue that mother's day man i'll tell you one thing i do a my egg that people can bite off me that's funded its i'm telling you especially guys women love this all right get a banana this girl get a big banana they'll get a banana split the banana okay split open inside but some new tela and put some maybe some walnuts and marshmallows and stick it in the green egg and let it go it comes out farm pass tickets as all guoying liens it.
"lytham" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"If someone is going to be out of commission for a certain period of time i am to undergo a transgender so curry but that kabul greer person should really pursue that in the private sector and not as part of the military if we take that peace out of it the transgender a surgery let's say they've already a dealt with those issues and now they're just applying to the military to think transgendered individuals should be welcome to serve or not um i think good in many into go okay big could perform their duties gunned and do them well i think you're trulia function of the military readiness and an album military can accommodate the people who are transgendered i i could probably fake every night paid booter thin in in other countries as well but i think the issue of a b reassignment surgery and things like that would call into question someone capacity for during bear toured duty so whether someone who is the in lytham have already undergone nar the gender training showed up in a different question in my mind ben someone who would claim to undergo the change fight i agree there is sanction congressman it sounds like there is a more than quite a few democrats that are trying to run against you in the next election i'm obviously healthcare's clinton be quite a bit of an issue in that regard um in in in in some of the comments that you made on health care i think of attracted some attention specifically in regards to of folks in your district losing.
"lytham" Discussed on Future Tense
"So a scrubber is something that is is bisoli in in lytham's turns built within the exhaust the final of the ship and quite simply works lucky few could imagine cya carwash briing jets of water against your car to claim it's our as the particle uh the diesel particles are omitted through the final the ship very strong borden jets bright down those particles to effectively leave at zero emission with the scrubber installed english all right john team commercial director of the cruise lines international association australasia while the cruise industry likes to promote its green credentials this doesn't always a cold with the way environmentalists see it or indeed residents who live close to cruise ship ports it's been estimated that launch ships like the harmony of the seas concern around two hundred fifty tons of fuel each day and even the best technology can't filter at all the damaging emissions from the dirtiest fuel one of the most vocal campaign is seeking to change the impact cruise ships have on the environment is friends of the earth i am arctic hebert i direct the ocean bapu program at hanjiveera you at cruise ships form only really small proportion of general shipping across the world so shali the impact of them on the environment is also quite small it depends on portions stream and in our opinion the current industry is unfortunately similar birth violators when it comes to thing flight who had chen wastewater because they generate so much the size of a small town on these crucial up with the cats injured and the crew and so they're footprint can be very large in comparison to the rest of the shipping industry is though is scale laura hiiragi laws pollution problems regarding cruise ships i mean i think the biggest problems are the air pollution and the water pollution.
"lytham" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Yes i want to talk about the i've harket arm and guy because i have a a an are a from lytham canoe in on it's fitting bear in i thought about you know take it a more efficient shit i or should i but there is in a target retirement fund harass so target retirement funds the beauty of them is as you get steadily closer to your target year they automatically change the mix of investing in make the mix more conservative so i unless you liked being active and handson the target retirement fund product is a great way to make sure that you're well diversified and that the level of risk is appropriate for the time period till when you're going to potentially start spending the money so do you love researching and picking this investment in that one in the other or is that not your thing i met with all of my by eight per enter interrupt or alright then what i'd like you to do if you wanna start experimenting and maybe even by individual stocks or whatever i'd like you separate from your roth leave is in the target retirement funds open an account with robin hood where you can tame free stock trading and you can do it on your iphone or android you don't need a lot of money to start with robin hood in you can learn the process of investing how you build a portfolio and see if.
"lytham" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Her her very complicated question starting with brutal approval rating of break has been found by from russia could be very new because of a very low the finding ray had the people who don't agree with what's happening just not with fined because they don't wanna fix out they don't wanna get in trouble but the people who are most jingle second most into what's happening are the ones who are most likely tryptophan took kind of an increasingly a selfselecting crowd that kind of just mirrors echo chamber russian society that's martin what the protests you know there's just narrative in the us that in its extreme version of gotta tend to iraq which is that if you just get rid of putin democracy will flour because it's just the natural state of things that um it's not interfere taos hits democracy and everybody naturally you know it's like riding a bike everybody naturally knows how to do it and they'll do it want us you know once the tyrant is removed but fortunately russia's about a hundred and forty three million and and if you get rid of him you know look at what happened when august heavy at lytham collapsed you know that the top changed the symbols changed but the guts of of that machine basically stayed the same and so far the you know there's there's anger there's dissatisfaction at the corruption and things aren't going well economically not only has the ruble lost half its value and prices have basic foodstuffs have just jumped you know the average salary somewhere around.
"lytham" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Okay so pizza pie meet lineout as well because that a vague meat lovers combo is out combined vegetables with meat or starches whenever you have me ornery have starches you combined vegetables with them right so you must always place kale lovingly on your bread uh you only eat fruit except lemons in lytham's of course a away from other food groups because fruit is highly for mental apparently and then you avoid dairy or you eat dairy all by its lonesome so if we can have breached cheese resist the urge to put it on a cracker and definitely resist era super donna watermelon and avoid dairy or eat alone so it doesn't sound very fun i love that is just making crap up now say it naali areas does mold this old ira vetik practice and and uh the the the problem with that is you pretty much fine almost zero traditional society in the face of the planet aside from these rare iwr vetik situations or people who just listen to too many podcasts about dieting on you know you see like whatever like you know is switzerland right it's all like milk products with ribe read that that swiss villagers would have eaten or like you know the gaelic people of northern europe would have subsisted on fish and oats right they would have got their hands slapped by the food combining dieticians on the caribbean right you find seafood with tubers right like purple potatoes and things like that um the polynesians he starchy tubers and fruit and seafood you know you see very few primitive people you see very few of our ancestors from either a traditional standpoint or just like a a basic uh he says basically for king like eating you see very few of them doing things like like putting restrictions on combining starches with proteins or fruit with proteins and there's a reason for that in its because.
"lytham" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"And sadly that was the best one he was the best when he was the cutest and the funniest nasa had like some pasty white guy with a chance i was like i wanted you blowdry your bangs you deuce on my gotti looked like ricky jer vase yeah zip who why would you possibly you just brought up the whitest yes guy it was pizzas affect refuge erases furby and he goes you look good you smell good i was expecting this today when rant meema i was worried that they just found some guys up the street 'cause they all seem to have that attitude an i don't think that they'd rehearsed them with them because nobody seemed to know what to do nobody seemed to know how long to stay out there and they were out there so long that it was a comfortable you know on the real show they come out they say they're quick thing and then they go okay i'll see in the house yet but they were neither one of them new it to do so they just stood there and that second guy a of god the or the third guy i dean comes out he was the white guy and he's like a ready to go black and i'm never going back a girl also awkward law he was hot though i do a but god that was awkward my god and and then she had to pretend she's like oh that's funny could she have possibly thought that was funny but was really awkward that was offensive right to amend the return of the short pants the next sky everyone is still on the short parents trimmed book the high waters were all yeah yeah yeah every guy has really short pants again i forgot with the bachelor of dislike until i saw those pat lytham's sokoto geez.