18 Burst results for "Mike Mom"
"mike mom" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"So mike what's the the thing that your mom did that. You said that You thought was a little creepy all right so my mom i in let me start by saying my. I'm not making fun of my mom at all by the way i've noticed that whenever you talk about your mom is she. Get a little sensitive because you always have to put a disclaimer out. There were building our relationship backup. So i don't want it to come and i think right. Now she's actually going through some stuff where she's missing us being kids a lot a lot a lot and we've had some family members passed recently too so But she she found this app and website called my heritage. Which is like where you can go. It's like twenty three and me kind of we can go and you can find like she's really into that stuff like going through our family tree and stuff like that. Because i'm half irish and half mexican. So she's been going through all of that and And so she's taken like my. I think my grandparents pictures. And i want to take my dad's picture and you can animate these pictures so like if you were to look at a picture of them. It's almost like they're alive again. In some of these are really really sweet and like really like i can see the sentiment behind it. Wait you mean animate like cartoon or take an actual photo and make it look like a like a hologram or something like a hologram sets a better way to put a hologram. They used to make the photos move. So if you only have like a black and white photo of your grandma you can make her smiling at you like. She's looking through a window at. It's really cool and a little bit crazy. That's.
"mike mom" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Misstep Follow Resigns I million Francis, Secretary of State Mike mom pales addressed to the Republican National Convention is triggering some controversy. The two Kenyan reports Secretary Pompeo speech was taped in Jerusalem during one of his official diplomatic trips through the region. The Biden campaign released a statement that reads in part Secretary Pompeo's decision to address the Republican Convention from Jerusalem isn't just an abuse of taxpayer dollars. It undermines the critical work being done by the State Department. And there were also criticisms that Pompey his convention speech violates the Hatch Act. That forbids federal officials from participating in partisan events while on duty using Jerusalem as the backdrop for his speech highlighted the Trump administration's decision to move the U. S embassy to Jerusalem, Linda, Kenyan Washing and Wisconsin the governor there says he's sending more National Guard troops to Kenosha. After two nights of sometimes violent protests over the police shooting. Father of Jacob Blake Black man who was shot in the back wild, leaning into his car, says his son is not partially paralyzed. Jerry Farwell Jr announced his resignation Tuesday is head of Liberty University after word of a sex scandal emerged more from Bill Michaels, according to Liberty University officials. Falwell initially offered to resign on Monday, hours after a news outlet published an interview with a man who said he had a year's long sexual relationship with Becky Falwell and that Jerry Falwell Jr participated in some of the liaisons. The university confirmed in a statement that it's board had accepted Falwell's resignation is president, chancellor and board member, all effective immediately. I'm Bill Michaels consumer confidence film for a second straight month in August as a resurgence of virus cases at many points of the country heightened pessimism about the economy. The conference board reports. Its consumer confidence index declined in July. Only Francis Hiring could be challenging. But ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy way. Talk to CEO Dylan Miska Wits who needed to hire a director of coffee for his company, Cafe Altera. We would look through lots of applications for people who were not qualified. It definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack..
"mike mom" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Stain on your way. This giant Brown. Brown's Day. It is Brown because you made a chocolate smoothie Brown. Stay in a white shirt. Girl with Brown. SMOOTHIES Day. Van. Brown. In the white shirt of my life. No I. It's funny because there's two different sides. You don't marry outside the culture for me. It was. There was no real rule. You know what I mean. I was always attracted to Brown girls darker skin than myself. I was consider myself. You know a white guy, but but with a little extra little flavor. FRECKLES, but I have to say though you have brought such like perspective into my life as well and your culture I think the biggest thing about interracial relationships as they can be the most beautiful I opening and enriching relationships. You have, but you have to be willing to see. Another point of view that you never even saw before like it's funny. How it just like the way you do life the way you communicate or the food that you elaine that we eat. Yeah, just anything it's just. It's almost just different, and it's like. Oh, my Gosh I. Never I never thought of it like that or I never saw it that way before. And if you're open to seeing things in a new way, and to seeing the best in each side right, because there's good, and yours is good in mind, and and then there's you know what I mean, we see the good in both and when I think we started working together in that and embracing our differences. Even the way that we communicated. I think that's when we really started having success in an interracial relationship so I think I. think that's a big. Funny Story Real quick is that when you first met my whole side of my family like my mom's side? especially I remember they were putting all this food on your plate in you or just so like a culture shock, really because in your family really and most normal families when you're not hungry or you just ate a meal. You kindly declined because you don't want to be waste. But CB quickly learned. You can't say no in my family to food and then for a while. You felt bad because you were like man I'm trying to. You know really just like stick to the Diet Right now and I've been really good and he knows we're going to my mom's house and I tell him like man. She's making your favorite egg rolls this that that and he gets there and he's just like he eats it. He eats that good helping, and then afterwards she's like Steve. I'M GONNA. Make you some pancakes. Your Life is four pm on Mike Mom. I've had to step in at that time. AMAC MOM. He's really not hungry and she okay you. Do you want some tea? Then she'll go on and now you figured it out like Bay. Off The chain every time I go there. Every time I go to your mom's House I gain a couple POWs I'm like always got to prepare myself. Guy Starved myself like to. Go,.
Jamie Loeb on not letting results define her
"Hey everyone listening the tennis dot Com podcast with American pro. Love Jamie Lobe. She's telling us about the ups and downs of her career on the pro tour. Keep listening you mentioned a team now. We know that here in midland joined by Ed Germain Jenkins. He has worked the past with Naomi Osaka so kind of a semi famous name. What's that experience been like? Yeah you know. I was super excited when I heard that he is going to be kind of charged me during preseason and this year. USDA and You know really grateful to have him and his experience. I really like working working with him. And I you know we agree on Pretty much everything and just seeing his You know point of view on certain things and even asking him questions about you know oh players at the top level what are they doing differently But yeah like you know between owning than he was hitting partner so he's had quite the resume and it's pretty the Cool to be around him. Is there anything. That's kind of stuck out that. He said that he has probably they're used or you know the top players did that. You were like that resonated did with you because you know sometimes coaches can say something and sometimes it doesn't stick but it just depends on how someone says it. I think more so when we're talking about things thinks he's looking at big picture and for me He's you know he's like top hundred fifty like when we're working on things after matches like look if you want to get to this level like doc. This isn't gonNA fly or like you need to get better at this so I think it's good putting things in perspective because it's so easy to focus on the now instead of you know and maybe like three six like one year Threes there six months down the road or a year down the road and I think he always like just brings back so for me until I kind of get Outta my head and stop thinking about now but thinking about okay. What's GonNa be what's going to make me better for the next six months to a year from now it's challenging though because as you've been ranked as high as as the one thirties right? You've been up there she you know but then rankings change and every year is different. He's a bad your last year. How have you managed to cope with expectations? Sion's probably your own because you only fears in. You're still very young but you can kind of get sick of it right. Yeah I feel like a veteran at this point. Irene in is rolling her eyes at me. 'cause I've been playing also since junior is but fulltime. I think it's about five years now. Something like that How injury last year and then confidence one away and it just took a while and then from that wasn't enjoying being on core and then I was just trying to force things and then all of a sudden when I least expected I go and win a tournament when I really didn't think I was going to or really didn't want to be there and then things just change? It just takes one match one tournament for everything to change but at the same time you know these common things not enjoying playing and being out there that kind of creeps in when you're not doing well and you kind of have to take the time to realize like look. Do I need a break or can I push through. And that's kind of the battle. I had last last years well last year you were also I mean. We also have to mention the fact that you made finals here. Two years ago two years ago. Yes so last year. You were defending finals points and unfortunately lost to Mattie second round had a tough drugs we played each other the year before so I mean just that many points and you know losing early in that match in that tournament when you're defending finals. I mean that can also change your year lot and that was was that probably the the biggest amount of points accrue that you were defending ever I believe so. Yeah those definitely I think the most I've had to defend so. Yeah that was. It's tough and then two weeks later. I sprained my ankle. So yeah and that was. That was a struggle learned a lot throughout that time. Time but Ended up playing a couple tournaments when I definitely should not have and then ended up having to take two months off so everything was kind of pushed back. In that time frame I did have more points coming off and then by the time I came back I just I was not confident at all. So there's a slight turning point then in October when you one in Dallas Tonight your your eighth idea which is what were you thinking before. I mean if we didn't want to be there you don't WanNa play and then you end up winning. It doesn't really. I don't quite understand. Yeah it's crazy how things happen I go up a set and four one and One of the US coaches Jordan. Belga was there with me After I got four one turn to him and I'm like I don't WanNa be here anymore and I think his face was like And then of course so I lost next two games but then I ended up. I think winning four and three and from that match or Mike Okay and then I honestly started playing better With each match I think just mentally. I wasn't in a good place going into it and part of me was thinking I might call it a year after that tournament. I actually spoke to Irena a little bit Prior prior to that. I'm like what shed Douche stop now but maybe I can do well. Maybe I can get points. It's just that constant vicious cycle of points money any but then you kinda lose yourself and kind of like self love and self care. Yeah funny should mention that I remember last year I made up behind the racket. Post host and I remember getting a message from you. And it was one of those moments where vicious like girl I've been there we I've been through it. You know let's have a phone phone call and not taking credit for your win but you know we did speak before that credit for that. I don't know it was all you but You Know I. I don't feel like I asked this question enough but I I'm curious. What is it that drives you to keep going? I think for me. I'm stubborn than sons. Were like I I just. I don't know I want to or maybe not stubborn aware but like I just want to start like if I start something like I i WanNa finish it and I WANNA say like look I gave it my all and I don't think I was like ready to stop. Maybe I should have taken a actual break or a as long enough break. I don't really think I took any break but I think I'm just so motivated to do well and prove to myself that like look I can and do this and I think I just love the competition and I'm just really determined with everything I do but I just know myself and I know I wouldn't be satisfied if if I were to stop because at the end of the day like I do love competing and giving myself a chance and I don't WanNa look back and say I didn't do that or fulfill that no stone left unturned right. Yeah right no regrets no regrets. Do you ever feel like maybe the motivation might be. Or how do you stay motivated to be like okay. Maybe the next tournaments my right one the next thing is going to turn around or do you ever just think like. Why am I doing this combination of all of that? Sometimes I'm like. I don't know what's going to happen this week week. Someone like all right. I got this but then I lose first round and some weeks like Dallas. I'm like I don't want to be here and win the tournament. So honestly it's a coin flip live like your mind is You know it's crazy what your mind can do but sometimes you know thinking that way it kind of takes pressure off of you and you just go in with no expectations. I think I've learned to try not to define myself as a person With my results. It's really hard to and you know I'm a perfectionist. I WanNa do well and everything and I wanNA win and succeed. But I've done a better job of just separating myself and then the tennis player and I think that's a big thing by yeah week after week. I feel like the mentality just changes depending where you are to you like. There's some places you know may not want to go to so then you're like Like am I really motivate and other places I guess Midland. I'm highly motivated here because I really enjoy by the people in the crowd so mike always up for. But even when you're down you still have to find a way to kind of persevered through that and do you feel ever pressure. Sure from like maybe your support system family or your sister or USDA to keep going even though maybe sometimes you want to break. I sure I think I tend to care too much with other people. Say and think. And that's kind of a downfall going to please everybody and then I end up not pleasing myself and doing something for myself ourself. So I've battled with myself with that I don't think it's necessarily on anyone. It's just how I feel and you know maybe sometimes my family you know they're always watching me or following and sometimes it's a lot and you know it is pressure but I've grown up doing that and living through that hat so I kind of expected by now but I just need to do a better job of just being like it doesn't matter what anyone else things just matters how I feel if I'm happy if I feel like I'm doing the right thing. Then that's all that matters happy. I love hearing that. I don't hear that enough from tennis players. I mean it's it's so result base driven. You know you get so so many e- even last night you know after you win your match or whatever the first question is you know how you feel second question did you play. How'd you play? And then the third question is typically. Well you play this person next like you know it's never like you go ahead and enjoy this win. Take this moment and I remember last night. You know you asked me you were like hey. Do you want to know who you play next like. Nah I just WanNa and I just want to enjoy this one a little bit maybe just process acid and yeah I can totally relate to what you're saying about you know your whole life. You're just you're just a tennis player. Yeah everyone when you go to family functions. How's through tennis? Yes this yeah lately. That's just annoyed me more because I I have even snapped. Sorry mom but like I've snap at her. Mike Mom Likes. Stop asking me. How practices like just ask me how I am? She's like I I'm like yeah but then you always follow it up with you know house practice houses like does it really matter her and sometimes I'm like all if I wanNA talk to you about it. I'll talk to you about it but you know. I think all of us like we're more than tennis player and it's tough because family family. Family Friends You know people watching us on TV. They think of us as tennis player. That's why you know behind the racket We both have done it. Noah's it's a really good friend of mine. I think it's a great platform to just showcase like you know the struggles that we do go through and just show lobe of our personality As well since a lot of people don't get to see that
"mike mom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Healthcare costs and employee profit sharing last year GM made more than eight billion dollars in profits and workers wanted greater slice of that but healthcare costs are a major expense to GM which is trying to control costs amid a trade war with China and fears over an economic downturn Ted crime is the chairman of the union's national negotiations team the strike is about the members in Texas Missouri Indiana Ohio Michigan and throughout the great nation we're fighting for the future the middle class the expected walk out is the first nationwide you a W. strike since two thousand seven Bobbi Allen NPR news a Ron is dismissing secretary of state Mike mom Hale's accusations that Tehran was behind yesterday's drone strikes on two major Saudi oil facilities that are key to the global energy supply and here's Peter Kenyon has more but they tweeted on Saturday that there was no evidence the drone strikes came from Yemen's who the rebels as claimed a spokesman for Iran's foreign ministry calls from pay is accusations useless meaningless not comprehensible and pointless the drone strikes on the world's largest oil processing facility sparked widespread fires and temporarily halted about half the production of the world's biggest oil supplier separately an Iranian military commander says any US space or aircraft carrier within about twelve hundred miles of Iran is within striking range Peter Kenyon NPR news is temple there was no immediate impact on global oil prices from the attacks since markets were closed for the weekend but analysts expect a spike in oil prices one markets re open on Monday. Congolese fired tear gas and water canyons of pro democracy activists throwing homemade explosives and setting fires in the fifteenth week of clashes and peers Julie McCarthy has more the vast majority of them had assembled peacefully if boisterously chanting shots like resist Beijing liberate Hong Kong. and through the day protesters brandishing American flags. repeatedly. saying the American national anthem. so there is a turn in a twist here to these demonstrations that seem very visibly turning to western governments for their help. they want their liberties and they want the autonomy the China promised them. in Pierce Julie McCarthy reporting from Hong Kong you're listening to NPR news from Washington. and this is WNYC in New York on John Carlson governor Cuomo is directing state health officials to ban the sale of flavored E. cigarette citing the wrist to young people who say who he says are getting addicted to nicotine speaking at a news conference today Cuomo said tobacco companies with ownership stakes in E. cigarette makers like jewel are running the same addiction playbook it is the tobacco cigarette model all over again. try. get addicted to nicotine. and now you are a customer for life well most of the state health commissioner will be making a recommendation this week to the state public health and health planning council which can issue emergency regulations that could go into effect it in as soon as two weeks the band would not impact tobacco and menthol flavored E. cigarettes a jewel out spokesman said in a statement the company would fully comply with local laws in any federal policy when they're affected. daycare providers in New York will soon have new guidelines for handling food allergies under a new law signed Thursday by governor Cuomo state health officials will craft the new guidelines with input from pediatric experts they'll include training requirements for day care workers as well as tips for minimizing the risks of allergic reactions and what to do when a child experiences one primary and secondary schools already have similar guidelines in place the law is called ally just law that's after three year old Elijah so Vera who died after experiencing a reaction to a grilled cheese sandwich he was given at a day care despite having a known allergy to Delhi Gerry products. well the fire truck was fake with the firefighters coming to the rescue were real the New York Post reports for people got stuck on a fire truck themed ride at a Staten Island fair and had to be held down by real firefighters who responded to the scene the right at the holy Trinity Church Greek festival got stock last night everyone came up right safely with no injuries reported. the rest of tonight here in.
"mike mom" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Gonna explain to me in modern terms how insane this because i don't know that it is but according to the producer they made thirty three edits on the two inch master. Yeah i remember those days. I don't think that well what happens. You know this big thick two inch tapes like two inches of water early tape tape the way they used to make movies yeah that sound ah it's a ten and a half inch reel of tape that is two inches high and you put on his big machine with very strong motors and there'd be twenty four discreet separate little recording heads on the two inch recording head so you could record on channels one and sixteen twenty three and not on the other ones and that's how you did multitude recording much. It's like you do now in pro tools but the problem is when you had an edit because you had a great take one and a great takes seven a great take fifteen and you wanted to put them together. You couldn't just do it on a computer you you had to literally cut with a razor blade and then take the sections. Put them around your neck hope you don't step on them. Put it around your neck like a scarf arp. That's what i did. It says she yeah. I know it's a great look also. Did you use the same razor blades to cut your coke feels like a real two and one of the thing with me me is when i was doing coke it was after i was kind of important enough that i didn't have to be editing tape anymore. You don't you don't have to admit to having been a coquette. Oh my god mom. I eh perfect timing. Will you come in here and talk about seeing the eagles and concert hell iago cher mic shows. You need to plan anything. Just share mike mom. We you sit on dad's lap. Actually this is sobre wanted to ask you to do that. This is upsetting. Everyone's upset. People screaming people crash their cars. They're so upset okay so sorry sidebar mom. I really really want to hear you actually saw the eagles performing with linda ronstadt. Yes i did at candlestick prompts. Can you just get very close to that. Hello this is is meals mother. I love this far. I'm not gonna sit on your lap. When did you see them lips right against this august. We didn't raise her that way folks. She learned that dictate lifts right of not going there. Okay what year was this. This was in the early seventies in before hotel california. Yeah was joe walsh and the band yet gee. I don't know it might be mid seventies. When did you join might have been. I think we were having big success and i think <hes> hotel essay candlestick park was full sold out and linda was you know sprightly sounded great and she openly had opened for well. The tables turned yes. She did open for them. I think and was it good. It was very a good everyone loved it and the place was like you know super excited animated and then they toned it down with their encore by singing peaceful easy feeling. I don't know that's written by jack kemp from orange yeah he's fallen. Everybody all hippies going aw sweetie. Let's just drift on back out to the parking lot and then you had to drive back to santa cruz you went you drove that hour and a half away from where i lived and i had headed date like another hippie invited me. It wasn't dad oh my god. This is so much drama. I knew who has break up because he did my podcast. You know this is what keeps us together because you are such a skilled person for you if you find on there. I think where people will listen. Let's work on it. Well thank you so much for telling me. Thanks for inviting me. It's worse. I'm happy man your.
"mike mom" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"No deal. Yet, on slowing illegal immigration five percent tariff on all goods from Mexico starting Monday. President Trump channels FDR in the UK our sons will try and Ohio doctor accused of administering death hospital get well hopefully walk out. This is the CBS world news roundup late edition. Sponsored by the Capital, One safer card, high level talks, the White House of failed to reach a deal to avoid threatened tariffs on imports from Mexico. Let's go live to see BS news correspondent Bill Rakoff at the White House. The talks were told lasted about ninety minutes. They were not expected to produce deal that would avoid tariffs being imposed on Mexico, and while there's word that secretary estate. Mike mom peyot met with his Mexican counterpart at the Mexican embassy, just Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House bid ago, President Trump just tweeted that, while progress is being made it's not enough in talks continue tomorrow. If those talks aren't successful LA five percent tariffs on Mexican goods would go into effect. Next week they'll Rakoff CBS news, the White House. President Trump read a prayer I lived by president Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a radio address in nineteen forty four as part of shareowners in Britain ahead of tomorrow's seventy seventy fifth anniversary of deta-. Some will never return embrace these father and receive them the heroic servants into that kingdom CBS's Steve Dorsey is there. The ceremony was a trip back in time, celebrating the stories of allied forces, heroes and civilians witnessing the preparations for the d day invasion, many troops sailed from Portsmouth across the English channel to Normandy, the event included a flyover of military aircraft and song and dance numbers, as well as tributes to the few surviving veterans of d day he lost his medical license and his hospital, job, six months ago and allegations. I surface now Columbus, Ohio Dr William use. Alot. Faces twenty five murder counts prosecutors say he intentionally gave patients fatal doses of painkillers. Franklin county, DA, Ron O'Brien. I have yet to find anyone anywhere journal whether there pulmonologist whether they're critical care doctor, whether they're nice doctrine, emergency room doctor that sanctions using now at these levels, Gerald Leesburg is an attorney for the families. It happened for years.
"mike mom" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks
"In turn said, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Who's won't turn down. Brad Pitt for for dinner. I'm going, you know. So. Let's go. Let's go. And we walk in with an I'm thinking thing, I'm thinking is alum euro, man, why people she'll eat dinner early three o'clock and my mom able to seven that's the first thing he's gonna be ready when you get out on Mike and we walk in his mother calls him to the kitchen, he hadn't told her he was gonna invite me over for dinner and they're going back and forth, whispering in the kitchen about this. And I I'm sitting on the plastic ferns you know how they rep the furniture plastic in the seventies, and I'm thinking about to get uninvited. Fill like Sidney Poitier but I'm trying to walk out the front door. I'm not wondering embarrassing kicked out of the house. So before I got to the door his mom comes out with two papa's and we sit down and talk to feel. I'm not exaggerating. You thought we'd known each other a whole lives. We are like, we, we talk all evening. We play outside. We lose track of time is starting to get. I missed my bus. My mom doesn't know anything about this in, so you know, Mike's mom take me home to the hood. Dr she. Yeah. Yes. Fast drying. Why would I? Nascar but we get home. And my mom has convened. A search party look for me 'cause she thinks the clan that got me, and I'm like ditched by the di- something and she turns around and hug me, kiss me asked me what you hell you being our point tour, Mike mom's car behind me and she speeds off in a dust to smoke. Go for the car had been is funny as hail and. Might change my view of race forever forever. Just just just what that invitation did y'all friends best friends to this day really to this day. What's he he's a banker in Dallas? Really? Yep. He he went to university of Texas like me. Yeah. I'll never get sucked into I been a victim. Could you not don't treat me second class? You just not gonna do it or. You know, having someone else feel the same way. Because they went raise, right? Yeah. Maybe, maybe on the teach your little bit about brothers will isn't it something. How that happened when you're eleven years old, and it influences who you are as a police chief in one of the biggest cities in America. Yes. Especially through crisis moments that, that, that, that have in that land of a yellow white person, treating me with respect. Is revealed? Doing crashes moments much more than any other time. Well, I have to ask you about crisis. Moments is twenty sixteen and five officers were killed twelve or tack, five killed nine or injured two plus civilians, and that put the United States of America on the brink of anarchy Gisar. And it put you at the absolute precipice where what you did or did not do in the matter of a few hours. And in the matter of a few critical statements determine the direction this country took at that time you were a pivot point for this country. Take me through those moments, the first parts of. July seven and five officers being killed were the notifications to me the phone calls. So the protests downtown was like a day of protests across the country. And so we, we had planned with officers assigned downtown. We had the swat team nearby in a high crime area near downtown and. Purposes, it was going to be a peaceful protest. There was no indication. We had embedded undercovers in the protests planning meetings. We have relationships with the leaders. None of the leadership had problems with the data fleece department. They were protesting would happen in Zana and Minnesota with some unarmed black man being being being shot and killed by other law enforcement. So we knew.
"mike mom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That beyond say sing that song. Listen in combined. Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike, mom people. Think than thinking morals ruled the world. No, it's the it's the movie that Jennifer Hudson won the Academy Award girls girls. And I the CD I played this song over over over and over. I mean, my dad listened to it in my minivan. I'm like, dad. Listen, listen, listen, listen was signed by these boys were just darling. I thought we posted if you see them, but they're the TNT boys in the Philippines, and then they had this boy from another Asian country. I don't even know what it was. But he's saying a cowboy song like an iconic cowboy song and can't speak a word of English and faith hill as him and his interpreter. If he knew what the song was about or what it meant. And he says no no clue. But he doesn't speak one word of English and saying this cowboy side, I thought it was kind of fun. Yeah. The only and it felt like fluffy and fun after that. Football game television program. Yeah. It'll be part of the weekly schedule on CBS. It's like one of those limited edition, you know. And you know, they had a guy on that could swallow twenty nine swords and had like, yeah. It was so gross. And you know, it's a combination. It's like America's got talent, the international with all the other international judges and all of that gives it a little extra flare. I think. Yeah. I kind of liked it. Yeah. How you think? Did you like drew Barrymore? I thought she was just fun. Gosh. Yeah. It's fun to see faith hill. You know, she's producing TV too because she produces the Kellie pickler and Greg show whenever that's on like two in the afternoon. And I it was fun to see her to. Okay. So. Yeah. Now, this is something else that we posted. I did not see this teaser. I forgot to ask Casey brought it because they feel like he was a fan of this show back in the day the twilight zone reboot. I saw the teaser, and we thought the TV station had a glitch. That's what everybody was supposed kept going CBS is out there. Then I did see that. That was an ad was it again. Violates on. Yes. Because I thought oh, no the programming went off the air. Yeah. That's what I think. Before it. Talking about. Okay that was an ad for the tone. I guess it's a pretty clever thing considering what the twilight zone is. I already feel like we're living in the twilight zone right now. So it's kind of anyway. But it went people were going crazy. On Twitter and all the social media when that ad aired. I thought that the CBS was going up there. I thought he's thunderstorm in LA. This is not going to bode well for who's ever in charge of this also Donnie postage the Handmaid's tale sees season three it's not happening until maybe next summer. I'm not even sure what it's coming. Did you understand what it's a takeoff on? Now. Tell Reagan's morning in America. Oh, yeah. It's a takeoff on that. Explain for everybody. What Reagan's morning in America? It was part of his campaign where he was showing all these sunrises and morning again. Good morning again in America, things get better. Oh, I remember that campaign very much. Yeah. That's why. I can. Yeah. So this is this is a takeoff on Reagan's morning in American wake up people. Yes. All right. So that is posted if you wanna get excited, and if you love your Ken, burns documentaries. He's turned the last week of Ken burns was he did the turned his lens on Vietnam. Yeah. Now, he's turning his lens on country music, and it's going to be over the course of eighty two hour episodes. So he's going to follow the history and evolution of country music. Or is he he's back in country and western. Concern. Yes. So anyway, we posted that it doesn't it's not going to and PBS until he always fall programming. But he is he's amazing. He's amazing that Vietnam series. Powerful. I feel like people are really getting into their documentary. Speaking of which I watched the Garry shandling. Did you see it or I watched part one and oh love debt? I love it reminded me of his funny show and the Larry Sanders show. So deprecating deprecating. I really fun that you see all the old Connex. And there's a lot of good old footage people really miss him. Because he was only nece sixty s Jeddah apoptosis love song to him. It is right. He told us that. Are we are running? Sorry, Joey we have no room for everyone today. That's okay. Okay. So he can catch up with us later when we come back, though, we're going to Hollywood speed. We're gonna explain in revenge. Nepotism words on a banana and a facial. You're busy..
"mike mom" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
"If it's you're getting rid of one I noticed that. Yeah. So if you get something for your birthday, just pretend to be surprised. Great bought an echo dot. I don't know if that's the one you have one. The small I bought it on Amazon prime debt. I think it was either twenty nine ninety nine or nineteen ninety nine which is crazy of itself for the technology. But I basically bought it for the speaker capabilities that don't use a ton of the smart applications. I basically play things on my phone or my computer through it. The only thing I really use ports gives United Daily News update and the weather. I knew a number of people who say the exact same thing that they buy it. And then they use it for basic updates and largely for the speaker. It's a good deal. For speaker is Chris speaker dot the dot is when you use it for the speaker, they'll have a studio apartment, but also I guess for like an audio file it would be it. No not up to snuff. But for me where I'm just trying to jam out some podcasts. You could hear Chris all breaks buttery voice. Exactly. Is that what one does the podcast millennials you jam out? That's what we do. Yeah. Jim out in our studio apartment. Well, good. Like, I have a kid. And so we have both Google and Alexa setup and it's fun. He we use it for timers all the time. But he also asks it a ton of questions. So I think there are definitely different use cases. He doesn't jam to podcasts though. I think my mom, my mom thinks that Alexis like a real person like and she surprised me when I got her when she like she goes, hey, I'm really getting along. She's like I'm getting off electric, Mike mom, you visit another not a little woman living in box. Right. Like, she started freaking out. But I think that we push our exactly if we push Amazon hard enough, maybe eventually they'll pay us to take these things because they're basically giving away. But I want to ask you move onto someone else predictions. Jen, you talked a little bit about food delivery. And you had a what may happen this coming year? Right. So yeah, I had a few different predictions. I think the one that. We're gonna see a lot of. I mean, I said, you know, drone delivery will definitely see more about that as well as the virtual kitchen, which is you know, these places that wore chain restaurants you making use of the virtual kitchen. As a way to accommodate this influx of delivery orders. But what was most interesting to me is actually we've got. These companies catering more to I don't know about you guys. But I forget that living in New York City where deliveries been an institution since before. I was born basically. I think it's easy to forget that not everywhere in the country is that delivery friendly, and they're actually a number of cities small and mid size US cities that are right. Battleground basically for these third party delivery services, and we saw that last year when waiter acquired fight squad at the very end of twenty eighteen and they focus mainly on the southeast the mid west. They've got a few places in the coastal areas. But you know, they're out of the major metropolises. And so on the surface that looks like oh, great. We've got. These new companies bringing fresh services to these underserved areas. But at the same time the big guys grub hub, for example, are going to expand as well. So I think it's it's gonna be interesting to see if those smaller services really stand a chance once the grub hubs and door dashes in ubereats, also go into small cities in Florida, for example, yet would funny should mention the drone thing. Just because I just put up a story it just launched while we were talking about a company that's doing sort of the permiting and back end stuff for drone delivery. And the guy. I was talking with Brian. He Lander think is his name anyway, it's called airspace link and they work with city governments to map out permit procedures for companies to do drone delivery..
"mike mom" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"So what do you now know about the circumstances of what happened because you went to the question stralia with Mike mom in your red conic press coverage off that where still waiting for a verdict from the coroner by retinal quotes from you not terribly happy with the the police investigation into the incident auto at a very moving into with Mike mom, where she forgives the driver who hit Mike, and I suppose two part question, really one. What were you on happy about with regard to the police investigation? And limited stuff I can say because we're sort of in the midst of the inquest still and the last thing I want to do is of. Jeopardize anything in any way. But I can't say of see it was before. Which is. Yeah. The police investigation was not conducted to the standard that it should've been. I've spent a lot of time researching that now, and I'm providing all the details to the coroner s to to exactly what in my opinion. Should have been done better. And. You know, I I don't know what can be done about that. But I'm I'm providing those details to the corner for me. You know, this is to two things one is that Mike deserves Justice and Mike deserves the truth. And an I need the truth and Justice. To deal with this this thing, and the second thing is it's it's bigger the Mike, and it's bigger than Mike's collision. It's it's about cycling, and it's about how safe or not it is to cycle on roads. And it needs to be safer. So this is a big problem. International problem to me, if anything good can come of this, you know, with Mike's profile with the with racist profile,.
"mike mom" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Well, it sounds like also you're using this for as you said like partnering with businesses all, but is this you'll use them to teach workshops from because I noticed you had some you have some workshops listed on your website, even for the holidays coming up. That's I know that's not as big as the, weddings. But it sounds like that's a growing part of maple mom. Yeah. We love the teaching aspect of it. I remember when I was a kid. We would always have a wreath party at my aunt's house, and people would all our friends would gather around we would cut all the greenery. And I just we said we have to bring that as part of the business. We have to share that that like DIY make it yourself and connect with the landscape. And so we we started with Reese classes in we've done, you know, all kinds of centerpieces in crowns, and it's really fun. It's a really great way for us to Mike mom said earlier about feeling like connecting with people outside the wedding industry. It's it's been a really nice way for us to meet other people locally in. It's also great to partner with businesses. We've done many classes at. A local winery and like a paint studio we have one coming up at a brewery in town. And so it's I just love partnering with other small businesses. It's it's smart because they are using it. As a marketing tool to bring these flora sand to do a workshop, I'm sure and to your cross cross promoting to each other's customer base. Right fairy fun. Do you wear like matching aprons say may Lynn, mom? Yes, we do. It was my Christmas gift last year. Oh, that's great. So, you know, we talked a little bit about your sense of kind of organically, growing this business and not biting off more than you can shoe. I'm wondering kind of advice you can give to people about how you do balance. Having a young family Kate Amancio, you know, how having grandma grandmother duties as well as a full-time job any advice that you would give to people who are who feel overwhelmed who think that they can possibly do it. I think it's encouraging to hear story, but there's probably tiers as well as well as laughter. There definitely is. I think. Reme-? It's when I always go back to that. I saw when I was holding my my new born and thinking, I just can't imagine leaving you to go to a job that I don't really love. It doesn't make your heart sing, right? And so I- all this time. It has been. A a slow step toward that. I know that now she just started school. I'm I'm I'm. Just so. Wanting to be there to get off the bus and be at her soccer games than I really don't wanna have to ask for permission anymore to. Go to a Halloween parade at school. So I keep keep that in the back of my mind that the right time will come in on. No when it is. No when I feel confident that that I can continue to support my family by doing what I love, and I've not been discouraged yet that it's been slow because I feel like I have given up had I quit my job, and you know, onto a wedding. And the it blew up in my face because I wasn't reading I think that going slow and really learning learning as you go. It's it's it's so valuable, and I I haven't been discouraged yet. So I I think if you really dream if your dream is that big you'll you'll find your way there. So I hope I if anybody out there has that has that feeling that there's something else out there for them. Just keep going. Right. And you're already doing that kind of vision. In fact, it's not even a vision board. It's it's a reality. Because you're you're in the business. You're you're working with flowers to your developing client relationships you've reputation that you're you're building in your community and in the larger kind of destination wedding world. And so it's just a matter of getting scaling as to where can support you financially replace what you're making in this sort of day job, right?.
"mike mom" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"With my views or beliefs because afraid of speech and everything I'm saying is true. Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope, treasure nothing. You're saying is true. But you'll realize that until you're twenty five in what? Sure prefrontal cortex develops. And you're right. You do have freedom of speech. You can say whatever it is you want. But always remember that we have the right to tell you to shut the F up forever. We have the right to not believe you, and we have the right to give you the credit you deserve for being stupid, which you technically are. Because what you're prefrontal cortex is about nine or ten years from fully developing and says, you think you're white and you play make belief I'll play alone Kathy Griffin due to honest, please give this giant Giro male Las Vegas. If you want to identify as trans ratio, and you on identified the white woman why not via white ally. Why you gotta be a racist? Bigot lobby at crag ask cracker where you can be a nigga cookie. How was how did appear as razor? Mike mom looks like horrified and said she thought her daughter would outgrow this. And she just doesn't know what to do like, what would you do if that was your only sixteen she will outgrow it eventually. What is she? Cortex develops by. Where does she get those storms trolling? She said Kim caught dashing is her role model she wants the attention. She's doing it for the attaining. A lot of people want Kim Kardashian as their role model, but. Yeah. Doing it for. Believes that bro. You think that she said that she grew up in a very affluent neighborhood around mostly white people, but then had to move into a black neighborhood and her mama's discussing that. White fi. I don't I don't even care. But I'm just saying why why identify as a racist bigot? You know what I'm saying? Like, why are you want to be the worst? All right. Well, let's let's play this day and age cracker. When you could be a biscuit, five eight five one zero five one. All right. Let's open up the phone lines. Let's talk trans ratio. Is there? Anybody out there that would love to change their race. Oh god. You know, maybe maybe you're white, and you want to be black maybe black and you want to be Asian Asian, and you wanna be. I don't know why I don't know. Eight hundred is crazy five eight five one zero five one. Obviously this young lady wants to be white. Let's open up the phone lines. Take your calls when we come back. It's friday. I guess this is a freaky. Freaky friday. This is kind of freaky right now. Did you say, so maybe Laura? All right. It's the breakfast club. Good morning. The breakfast club. Doc you today is brought to you by the law office of Michael s sof by.
"mike mom" Discussed on WTVN
"There's another thing here about the Saudi reforms. They are joining us in opposition to Iran. They also Mohammed bin someone started a war in Yemen. That's not been popular. And that all of this is happening in Turkey. Where recept Tayyip other one is also Muslim Brotherhood also Turkey is a NATO ally. But this guy earn want is not. What of our big buds? He's he's militant Islam wants the caliphate. Once once it all and then the kashogi himself is Muslim Brotherhood. He's probably more of a Jihadist than he is a journalist. There's a lot to this FOX that is just not readily apparent on the surface. But it's trying to be simplified by the drive by media to make it look like. The Trump administration somehow is complicit in this because they will not join the rest of the world and condemning. Saudi Arabia for this. Here's an here's Mike mom Pompeii. Oh this morning outside the White House sound bite number one. He was speaking to reporters about the meeting that they'd had with Trump to brief him. I told President Trump this morning that I'm we ought to give them a few more days to complete that. So that we to have a complete understanding of the fact surrounding that which point we can make decisions about how the United States should respond to the incident surrounding Mr. Shoghi when I traveled and met with president here to one he talked to me about the incident. He told me that they were conducting their own investigation. So we do believe that between these two upwards a complete picture will emerge for what actually transpired here. Yeah. So while everybody else has drawn the conclusion everybody else the Saudis, dismembered him fifty and hit men showed up they cut him apart while he was alive. Then they got some mercy gave him some drugs innocuous. Out and put on the headphones listening to music while they finish the job. And that's that's what supposedly has happened. Our side yet will not fall in line with that version of the story. And that's the rub far the media's consider why won't Trump does admitted easy. So loyal to dollars in the Saudis for reasons we it's just more of the same. We just gotta wait. Rush.
"mike mom" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"And you said it would be great opportunity to kind of sort of be an ambassador for your for Saint Lucia, which is there your from. So I thought that was just so beautiful. And so why not? Why not do Saint Lucian restaurant, right? You know? Well, the thing is it's I could, but I feel like I mean, I I'm born and raised there, and I feel like the food there. Is not approachable. A lot of people would understand if I had to put he no green fig unselfish resign national dish. People are going to back what the hell is this because it it's this. There's some flavors on his some types of vegetables at people are just not used to on an international platform. Like why. I mean, green bananas be boil them that is like our starch, and I love them. That's what I grew up with. But if I gave that to you, it'd be like, what is this? You know, it's not like a touchtone it's it's boiled. So I try and can bridge the gap of the same flair was I grew up with but can have like a twist. So people can be like, okay, this makes sense. Yeah. What do you feel your role as and bringing your culture to the table and also being relatable z. feel like it's important for you to impart your culture into the food, or. I think that's a big thing for me is showing people different things or ingredients that I grew up with. I mean, not all that is is ado. Salable here, but what I can get my hands on. I definitely trying to showcase it. Like, for example, saoirse up. We have it as a dessert, and that's something that my mom used to make was this hour soft moves. We did a riff on on that for dessert. So there's a lot of things that people don't know are not used to, but they're like, I'll try it out, you know, like things like conc, I love coke, but you can't find conch anywhere here except at our restaurants. Yeah, but we try and showcase those fun Carribean ingredients that a lot of people are not using right now. I'm sure it with Sarah south. I grew up with it. I found that having to explain to people what that is, I'm like, wow, this is actually a very difficult fruit. Right? Explain because it's nothing like it. So in your restaurants, when you're bringing new experiences to people like Sarah sop, how do you explain facts? I think that comes down to staff education because I'm not going to every table entitled the dishes. This hour sobbed as con- it's my staff. So it's a lot about at gain staff, making them taste a food, making them under stand it. So in a guest said, what. Saola sop has a taste, they can say what it tastes like you notice sweet custody creamy fruit. So at least they have some kind of knowledge going into it. Instead of them saying, I don't know, be asked to chef. I'm interested to hear your take on Caribbean food and becoming more popular as a whole in terms of entering mainstream palette. You know backtracking to the whole top chef thing is, you know, I told my mom, Mike mom does could be a chance for people to actually recognize Carribean food recognized senators your for once because it is such a huge audience at actually tuned to that show..
"mike mom" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Supposed to buy just one goldfish because they do have into dive airy Easley. That's why Mike mom had like twenty five might go. We go to question of for Melissa c. on our walkabout on Facebook, Michael. What was your reaction to hearing? Carol, tell Andy shut up and asking if he's scared of Bethany too. I mean as a fan I, it was salacious. I loved it. I was the look on your face was like, I mean, he was. It was beautiful TV. I loved it. I loved it. You know what? And I, I was so engrossing Andy that I didn't text you or reach out to. 'cause normally I'll be like, Joe, what is going up those three parts of that reunion of New York, two thousand eighteen and that's how go down in history were just they were just like they did it even without Lou. I mean, it's incredible. It's 'cause lose. Oh, is grated a reunion? Great tack to the phones caller what's her name from where you calling. Hi, this is Karen. I'm from Valparaiso Indiana, and I have a question for Michael, please. Michael, my husband and I are really enjoying atypical, and we're into the second season now and I've noticed that Casey Wilson is on the second season. So I gotta ask as soon as director called cut. Do you incase dive right into housewives drama together before the director sit action after they said, cut. In craft service lunch. Actually had to stop myself because like I had to focus because the characters, the character unfortunately doesn't like housewives. So I like stop from doing it. 'cause my temptation was deep dive where there all the time last call that I call her. What's your name from where you calling. Hi, Andy. This is how they're I'm from Illinois. Hey, Heather. Which question. Hi, my question is for mica, and I wanted to know when he became Bravo's number one fan, even though he choked during the game. The last question of the night header. Not to sleep, shoot. See, like just throw something at the base. Rumney. Good. Because next time you're back, we'll do a hot potently rematch and you'll be not if that judge judges. Never on your court. I, I don't know. I'm gonna use the go now I have to have to check on my wife. It's probably like eight, nine mile really years ago. Yes, something like that. And you know, and when I, yeah, I mean it's a, it's a, it's a fixture in my life. That's the only channel I need on TV. I would. I would say that if I get that and like a good sports channel, I'm good to go except for Netflix, very typical, right? Love it. But But I. I. When there are people on Bravo's like MJ's a good one and like Kenya on Atlanta and there's and brandy from Beverly Hills or people who watch all the other shows liquid MJ comes like, I talked to you about actually does what's going on. Funny, I wanna think MJ. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed have a great rest of your..
"mike mom" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Mom and dad. Taught you about money growing up here in Florida Well mom was a schoolteacher and my dad was an accountant or added accounting unaccounted degree so you know dad dealt with money in his job. And mom was was a schoolteacher teaching people stuff so I. I'm sure, I, picked up a lot from, them the the most six out in my my mind, as far, as what they did, was they made it very, possible for me to go out, and earn my. Own money. So I never really had an allowance and my dad would I mean, I I think this is funny but he might one of my jobs was the motored but I I got paid very very little to do it but the. Exchange there was well I'm not gonna I'm not I'm not, going, to really pay. You very much to mow our yard but I'll let, you live in the house because, you live in the, house and but I'll let you use all the lawn equipment to go other peoples yards Okay This. Guy. Exactly. Yeah so I think those types of lessons and making it easy for me to garner my own, money they they didn't give me a whole lot of. It you don't even have like a big kids were getting twenty five bucks a week for an, allowance and I got five dollars mowed the, yard and it was a big yard and it was it wasn't a push. Mower so it's not like I walked back and, forth you, know in the snow up hill to school every day or anything like, that. But It didn't cut much grass at one in one swipe and I was out there for a few hours you know pushing this thing around the yard but gig in I was, able to go out and make great money as a kid and, they, made that very possible so yeah that's cool that's a. Great lesson y'all. Working. Hard. And saying it pay off and now you know you started Talon wealth management gosh how many years, ago oh gosh so I started in this business almost. Twenty years ago now your own firm that's an independent firm so that you can explore all the, options for people and not be chained to, doing something that a big company really has in mind and really think about. It Mike mom and dad's set you on that, course years, ago by hey you can use our equipment to go do other yards. So Here If you'd like to get in touch with Mike and maybe sit down with him and have him give you a second opinion of where you stand with your. Portfolio he does that with a comprehensive financial plan and we're going to give you more details about that coming, up but you can call and set up that opportunity at the offices in, Orlando, Jacksonville palm, coast Nelbourne or the villages four zero seven, two seven zero one. Thousand that's four zero seven, two seven zero one thousand and always at guarding your nestegg dot. Com what's the ideal age to? Retire bankrate.com survey younger adults said sixty while older, ones but the magic number somewhere between sixty four and sixty. Five now let's go to you Mike because you actually deal with this on a daily basis than have for well over twenty. Years what is the ideal age to retire Well you know where they, were you know when they say younger how young. I mean I it's interesting if you ask a thirty year, old when's the ideal age to retire they want to retire at sixty but none were. Saving any money you know so if you look at the statistics so the realities are probably. Not going to retire at sixty they're going to work longer and then as people get older and they get closer and closer that retirement age what we. Find is we meet a lot of people every week that have done a phenomenal job at saving for retirement so they probably could have retired earlier or saved even less than they. Did over that period of time but they were just very very disciplined and then we'll meet other people who, maybe weren't quite as planned or there are a couple of bumps in the, road, along the, way and they need, to work a, little, bit longer it's very. Hard to define a, specific, age and just say this is the age that everybody should retire. Because we all have a very? Different background and that's what dictates your ability to, retire is what you want your lifestyle to look like and. That lifestyle out of times is, determined by how much money you're going to need from month to month net of taxes to. To support that lifestyle also how your Money's? Invested, was the performance of those, investments going, to be and then, also things? Like inflation, and taxes and you have to look at all those, components and make sure that they're? Set up to provide you with, what your specifically looking for and, so what? We find time and time again as, we certainly all want the highest rate of return that we. Could get but what I. Know about all of our clients is that don't want to take a lot of, risk to get that return right they're just not willing to at this point there in the home stretch you know as. We call it or they're already retired and they need to find a way to get a a great. Average rate of return on, their money. They just have to do it in a way where they're not going to take a big hit if we get another market crash and, it's not that I mean I'm not a doom. And gloom guy but it will happen we all know what, will happen we'll have several market crashes right a fire retirement is going to last twenty. Years or thirty years or forty years and on average the market crashes every seven years historically. And do the math we're gonna have a lot of market crashes so how do we find a way to make sure that that we're making as much. As we can In order to maintain the lifestyle that we want to maintain. But also not taking any big risks and nobody, I know Kristen when they get to retirement wants to deal with a thirty. Or forty or fifty percent drop in their portfolio so that's what really we specialize in you know we're finding ways to keep, our? Clients invested keep their money liquid we work with great custodians like fidelity, TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab but we find ways to invest, their money to make sure that these are efficient portfolios if we can help our clients get the highest. Rate of return possible without taking too much risk and billing folios where they don't have to worry about losing fifty one percent if markets crash again like. Oh eight, then we're going to have happy successful, clients and what that. Does is helps our clients be. Successful in retirement.
"mike mom" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Providing other services. Tutoring mentoring and substance abuse services are in preventing and they will instrumental in doing that walking the streets well serve alcohol got elected and he, said he didn't see a need. For, him so therefore he discontinued the services, so then we've seen the police in the victim will walk in the in the festival Police arresting people you know they hadn't experienced that from. What swim they didn't have they. Hadn't experienced that October and then in March in county police in again he was killed Now there's so much to the story now. Lil. Vic that day he was walking to the store and he got. To the, store and they say that there was. An altercation that was going on outside of the store correct here they said that an altercation was going on. Outside the, store little Vic had nothing to do with the altercation he and his friend got their snacks. Started walking back to their home and they were stopped. By the police in fact the police even was satisfied with the fact that they had not been involved. In the fight so right then and there that's where everything's. Going down he'll because the police illegally conducted search little Vic that he should not have done and had he done we may not even be here discussing, this case the day so what I wanna do, Carol, in, revenue is, I want, to stop you guys right there because now they let. Go and put Vick inside. The car and I, wanna come back where this, really derails Justice Around your radios big boy's neighborhood You'll week Let's get let me let you in places you never. Been before take you to. Places you Jeannie outside we could share Sam checked off Think about the massage Tom Because every time Kirby Lee my text messages Every time I, hit you with I'm on living room She rather Just to get. Back lane She told me to The storm These leslie Neighborhood nationally known and respected real, ninety two three new home. For him Elsa Yup Mike Come on Only seeing Prestige We oh Asleep Waiting dot No no But. I'm, solid Me out Oh god Bye, bye Mike Mom Do you Say I'm the. Only one Only one. Is about what he's saying only guy walking the same Contact back Please don't call me now Waxed I heard a background check Check Elsa citizen And Bye Big. One Shootout documentary you guys got to check it out man, investigation, discovery Monday, August six.