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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:21 min | 11 months ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ the big star in the weather is great great on Tuesday then followed by real cold on Wednesday a national thing looks like they're going to break a bunch of records I get yet detailed forecast after I get to these folks here WBZ and your J. talking and Kerry in Woburn I am super impressed that you can bang out something like that acapella without any fear I mean that's impressive excuse me so we go to sh Tracy and had over and then Cheryl hi Tracy hi how are you Hey Tracy good I just wanted to say Gary's a hard act to follow I mean that was pretty impressive it was very good a couple of things here that one is on the clash we used to go to clubs and dance to music like that in the class I don't think I ever owned one of their albums but when anonymous says something silly like if you listen to the music you need to know what's behind it now you don't sometimes you just enjoying the music you don't need to know everything right and yeah so that was a comment on that and then concerning a listener coming in and doing a show you do what you do really well and I don't think people should be telling you what to do with your show because it's already great Iraq I just one I mean that the great part that's up to you but they should they should realize that that they don't realize what room the nuances of this and what it's a very fine fine tune thing that makes it go it doesn't take much to throw off the timing is crucial and timing would be thrown off with that another person no I in I agree and and anybody who is good at their craft it it gets a little annoying when people say Hey I could do that you know it's like me with writing a certain horse and somebody comes along who doesn't ride they say Hey let me get on I could show you I can do that no you can't so I do think it's important people understand that what you do is a craft and that is fine tuned and I agree with you bring somebody else and would not help yeah Hey tell us some stuff about us that about you that we don't know who was he what number you're in a quest for you yeah yeah right I have a horse farm yes I lived on the venue for a few years when I was a kid and I know you hung around down there some of the same places I used to go to and the drinking age is eighteen back then so yeah you could go to a lot of those places so this is really early when I was down there it was the for college and I was a dishwasher a pot no a pot washer house below dishwasher apologize you're at this seafood shanty right beside the ferry right yeah yeah hang out back then Bob Carroll ran it needs some singing waitresses or something like that I can't remember right right now is a very cool place to hang out now it's way too crowded I still go down there once in awhile but it's just so crowded you it's hard to get around down there too many people with I think there are twice as many people on the earth as as when we were there yeah where did you live or hang out of state I lived in vineyard haven when I lived down there and then I had a house thank you counsel wild but my favorite place to hang out with the last okay yes yep as opposed to oaks bluff right exactly as opposed oaks thing if you live there people come in this day and it makes the locals cranes when you say yeah I wanna oaks bluff right I was down there this summer they were so many jobs to those kind of so I was there the next summer within the next summer to yeah yeah maybe I met you in a bar where did you go to the lamp post in at your yeah I love the land maybe we danced together today so maybe we may we may have that was a great place to hang out that was a time when a beaut a really cool time I remember two songs played a lamp post a negative and that really kind of defined the time it was I usually brothers fight the power yeah and David Bowie I believe fame same time yeah kinda it's cool when you go to a dance club and hear those two things this is a time I remember that one time of the Ohio players and BT express and funk like that yeah they kept everybody on the dance for those who are yeah I want is Gerry could do fire by Ohio players maybe he will the next year bom bom bom bom bom bom bom I could do the the healing big box and he can sing yes yeah I want to bump bump contests just so you know to one of those funk sounds in Concord New Hampshire the price is only one stinkin drink after all that work no no so you didn't tell us that still didn't tell us something we don't know about you I don't know I think I'm a little bit boring I don't think it's I I drive a tractor I can drive a tractor a full size tractors yeah do you like it yeah yeah I I drive around farm a lot and I you know have a pick up truck in a dump truck it since the who this year I I guess those things people but no yeah I do a little bit of everything you run the farm itself DO partner to help you on it nope I ran it by myself well good for you all right Tracy think of all right makes me think of something you you you do what you're doing very well you don't need any help in their answers you thank you appreciate and now Cheryl in Ames berry right yes Cheryl in Amesbury hello and then Tom and Brock and who's who's a influential caller he asked Tom actually convinced gland to be a conservative strict so there's that I don't know if you knew that Tom Cheryl what's up not much much well I am actually from all four on each well great article good in the in the Boston globe yeah thank you and so somebody asked me to tell when that came out so I will he came out in the print version on Saturday in the online version on Thursday okay and good you know you go by I always feel that your chair when I calling and I've always felt like that if you're reading the newspaper was like just really catching yeah I am I am I so I mentioned in sort of an anonymous way your situation because it's a great example very nice and I appreciate that course I really liked your first cast you have awesome what restaurant thank you for answering that walked across America it was so funny because your last year about you should run for client rich he wanted to join the campaign each the way he was so helpful in what he was saying I know so we need this and we need to have on both so I can see clearly I kind of he could win because he's so no nonsense I told her I mean everything he was saying was true name is so passionate about no asking me or somebody that's really going to go after you know that mothers constituents on a year thank you on your journal right right right yeah so how are the kids by the way the grand kids that you take care of the card you know fear the thanks it's cold in the fares are over in and go showing season is done before rates what are they what other activities now show up well Mister Cheney homology here on Saturday a chain gang so in what kind of retreat it's all mystery train like twice yes and mailing in church and helps so they watched Kato's help their replenish the stacks it was really good it's gonna be good for them they're gonna be so much more comfortable in life with those skills that you have taught them then then spoiled kids who don't do that just you know play soccer apps will wait just a moment yeah sure what your driving drop drop killing each hi I make sure they're well well rounded if you were taken to the plum island bird sanctuary and with the Paris binoculars to see birds because all its own how many times but I have not been down there okay well it is not what the school they called their slow there were two other guys out there that this summer yeah I go in there in the evening this is not a lot of people it's better yeah yeah that's really nice many times yeah I got it I got it always seek to give thanks to their work well check it all out the Philadelphia regional that's with the kids yeah yeah I like to just open once every year ever heard of John current but she's playing down there but every little Harris yes I'd like to go down there instructor stopped after the concert so excellent yes we go to play stuff like that your current that's how you has his parents is this other spirits okay the point where it's going to be tough you know the mileage no response yes it is a tough because to be Sir well to be honest you lost your daughter and her husband simultaneously two drugs five years ago yes I'm sorry yeah but you know what a chance to do something so you know I don't like to emphasize the date now right so testing to for you to know how much to emphasize the loss of the parents you don't know how do you know what to do you just go with your gut because sometimes there okay you know we like to go there I thank you and that's okay so image and now they can't cancel it you know so if you're kind of play it by ear you know when you're ready to go he's like me everywhere and thank you all once the Christmas tree lights yeah no so we just play it by ear you know with what they want to do it you know you know I think it's best not if you're going on that day yes you know we always send up a wound healing of Clark very nice so you keep you keep it healthy not to model and not too dreary well I do that by myself yeah anything else Sir all I'm glad you checked in no no it's just one I thank you okay you take care of you take care you sound pretty tired and bummed out so I hope it's just lay on five taking Cheryl Cheryl is awesome spring upper grand kids and she says that she's done a great job and she somebody could definitely shout out to every once in awhile especially over the holidays as you heard it's she lost her daughter to drugs and the sun I believe in the same day which is gonna be crashing when the holidays come I myself I don't know why this is I maybe just a jerk I may be just a selfish jerk but did did dates of events and holidays you know my mother father died and I don't even think of the dates that may make me a terrible person other people think of the dates and get all sad and I just I don't do that I'm not a date person I don't remember birthdays I remember one of my brother's birthday so kind of thank them may make me bad and then I'm just being honest like I actually may be that may be a problem when it comes to yeah check enough the boxes on being a good guy I was blank break time and then Tom in Brockton I'm WBZ your recognize my voice.

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

Green Eggs and Dan

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

"To podcasts. Oh okay back to any cipher. Rapid fire questions in a segment that we call. I don't have a name for the segment. What do you think? I don't know what it is. Rapid fire questions called. The Shit's the Shit's it's time for the shits with any letterman time for the Okay number one. What is your earliest food? Memory My earliest memory going to benny the bums which was a seafood restaurant. Wait seafood shanty. Benny the bums boomer order seafood. Shanty by the Willow Grove Mall. Okay we get I would get lobster. Like loved is my favorite thing. We'd go like once a year twice a year. All right wait now closed and then we started going to bending the bums northeast Philly but also in the Willow Grove Mall we would it always eat Master Walk I loved their low main- was like my happy place and microwave. Popcorn is I told you got it. What is your death breath through meal? You're going to die. I'm going to Louis Theater Popcorn movie theater five. Maybe like a bucket of movies. Are you serious. Yeah like do you could eat it without having it be cooked and then once they electric chair. It'll just fucking pop up. Yeah just swallow the colonel. Wait for real. That's your last meal. I don't know it's really good. I've seen a lot of bad movies. There's talking about. I've gone to the theater and left with the popcorn. One time I went to the theater with and got the popcorn and left and and was it was in On Lake like near the comedy cellar and I was walking around. I was like oh I'm GonNa go buy a vibrator and I went and when these greasy popcorn and they're like you can't have that and I was like where you have to leave. I was like touching sticky. God you're too unsanitary for the gross got village sex chopped Jesus pig What is your best high end meal that you've ever had? I used to eat at this place. I lived in Santa Fe New Mexico for seven years so so the shed was really good luck. Asada was really good. These restaurants were great and then Cafe was a restaurant I was a cocktail waitress in. I was not a good answer. Good answer the club next door but Come again I was a go. Go Dancer back. In the day I posted a thing about. I was in the background. Adam Sandler music video. What does it go go dancers that Kinda slutty in your on a podium and you dancing terrible dancer? I mean only in Santa Fe and it was a gay club to wait to. Have you never got like a crazy tasting menu meal. That's like a twenty twelve. No no no. I've never I've only dated guys that are way poorer than me. Ed About Tesla. Tom Tesla Tom. I don't know I don't like people spending money on me. Ohka I mean maybe I'm changing whatever I don't much actually as he is a fucking mortgage is gonNA handle this shit. Yeah Yeah what is the best low end meal you've ever had Taco Bell Taco Bell. I'm with you love talk about your sober so sober Taco Bell. I'm GonNa Start doing here. I'm going to start doing a segment either on instagram. TV or on my podcast. Somehow I'M GONNA make it more visual but I'm GONNA do because I I went at closing to talk about the other night three a. m. was like Friday or Saturday I just the conversations I heard were so oh crazy and I want to do like an insomniac type of like interviewing drunk people right at the bar. Let's out and as the right at the very end of the night of the fast replaces the first of all. It's a great idea. People are making mistakes first of all great ideas second of all one of the saddest things about you being sober is that you were forever going to miss out on drunk Taco bell. No I had it when I had when I drank. Yeah everybody had it. But I'm going to miss out on like the I don't have it often but when I do it's better than like a three inch. Rhone cafe. Never got to have like. There's drink that came out. I was like Oh like look occurs that Kim Ho it's fucking gross. Patrolling Cafe. What was this isn't really a beverage? Well what was your beverage. Have you ever had for net Bronco No. Oh it's like a really really fine if you're ever going to get back in the game trifonov Bronco. I think you're GONNA love it. I'm starting to remember the taste. What is your green eggs? Dan ruined my life Hey you're sober and you live on a couch. Maybe drinking and you felt like I have an apartment yourself talking relaxed booking apartment waiting for waste of sobriety. You're wasting sobriety. I live beautiful. I wake up every morning. Sykes Dude I I sit out I sit up out a couch I pop up just like fuck. Yeah I'm so excited I love my life progressively gets worse usually through today. But it's I. I just am very happy this because I don't have to pay rent. I have an apartment. That's waiting for the guy keeps do want the apartment. Yes it's like where are you. I'm getting there. I gotta find furniture. We'll get if anyone has furniture. Please free furniture please Annie Letterman on address. That she doesn't have have. What is your restaurant pet peeve? I don't like how dark there and you can't see you have to put your phone on irritating Old Lady Restaurant irritating man now. I got the menu to them to use the fucking phone light move. You have to what else are you going to do. You have to use the flickering you bring the candle light. You're reading a scroll. And game of thrones yes like in fucking game thrown. Oh God that's so you you know what else is my mom and you. I don't know I like I have fun. I don't really have many pet peeves like mad. I was a waitress. I have most utmost compassion for everyone. I'm always like oh whatever really they take too long. I am not like that. Like she's probably having a bad day and then I was like you know what we all have fucking bad days and we have to go to work and I go on stage and like just get angry at the crowd. If I'M A bad they're fucking put on my stage face dude I was. Would we potatoes waitress. I would just is whatever I was feeling. They were in like guys. My boyfriend broke up with me especially like fucking Dan Matt Dillon used to come into my restaurant really Matt Dillon used to come in. He called me funny girl and so it was read it Tompkins Square Park. This place called life cafe where honestly I'm still connected all these people because I used to run a show there so every single person I would be. I would give right convo tune that would come to the show so I'm bound to these people for. I have so many life cafe friends from ten years ago. It's funny my friend Mario just we just found out he still lives here. He's getty image photographer Talker He took headshots for me when I say combination. It'll be funny if there's Dick's Toronto. My face. But he's a getty images photographer so like war zones so when the pictures came out just looked like had been gang-raped and the like it was it looked so it was like a saddest thing. You've ever seen her life but But so life cafe was right on Thomson's where I parked my parents. Parents came to visit and they just got a also. Everyone just has to deal with my emotions. That's what I learned when I was just chilling. Yes no is. Nobody's problem with our so. I'm in the park screaming about my ex-boyfriend. You know who you are motherfucker and I forgive you I did I ask it. Never Mind Mr Gosling gosling you piece of shit you know. So we're in Thomas where mark. I'm like screaming about this boyfriend crying just so upset and then like my parents Kinda calming down. Walking to the restaurant binding funny grows up. Your daughter's the happiest girl I've ever met and laughing hurt. Amazing God terrible waitress. Oh I I don't know how you're GONNA answer it. Well you can answer it past tense. What's your favorite drunk food Back in the day I remember having a lot of cheese whiz on my hi sleeve of my jackets. Wake up going. I wake up in a dumpster with cheese. Wake up just but in Santa Fe. Oh my favorite food in Santa Fade Fade to hungover food. Oh that's their next question. Dry Food I drunk food. Yeah I would just. I would go crazy for cheesecake and then there was a place in in Santa Fe at this bar willies. which was the bar where I was dating? The bartender would give me the pints of yeager. He hooked me up with the pints pint severe. Give Me Pines that you were drinking. I wouldn't yes. I was such a drunk. God my knees were always bruised. I always had cuts on my on. My pants were always torn because I was like fall down drunk every day. I think gets because you were doing yeager. Instead of Bronco for Net Bronco gives you a nice buzz. You like Sam Buca now. What is your what is your? What was your favorite hangover? Wake up in the morning go to the Pantry and get out of the dumpsters crawled of the dumpster. Who are you sir? Oh my God Komo's a D say. Call me commuter how how help me the Pantry is this. Is this breakfast restaurant in Santa Fe. That's so fucking good. And it's I would get a breakfast Burrito with Avocado and Bacon and Christmas trillion. They have green and Red Chili. So you call off an extra side a green Christmas chilly like that. I never heard of green and then you had a choice of potatoes or beans and I would do half and it was banging and this is before I realized I was lactose intolerant. Diarrhea La di Rosa crazy. It's just like a party. Hardier life diarrhea right this diarrhea in and then I quit drinking and I was like. Oh my God. I have severe food allergies like the diarrhea just kept coming and then it came again. I rise them allergic to eggs. I can't eat eggs. Evolution is trying to take you out. Yeah I can't really gluten gives me a rash on my legs but the Boehner's owners away I'm like a plane coach over here just getting boneyard around Do you have a favorite celebrity chef. Anthony Bourdain yeah. Yeah now I love him. He says skinny skinny chef. No he was the best. I mean. I've never eaten really. Oh Oh you don't like going to Emerald Metoo at What's the one here Mozart? I Love Mozart. That's my favorite high. End Please Oh you know that. I went to Mozart two nights ago to break the the Passover with a pizzeria not those three okay. I why it's so good. The bone stuff is so gross. The bone marrow. It's so it's like but that's what's good about. How disgusting I'm eating? Do I hate this or love this..

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ. Yeah. WBZ. My no eight I'm energized. I bet you, you're energized, the other end of this microphone by the effervescent, visit from the Winokur brothers man is a lot to be learned. Even from that one hour with them. And I'll give you a couple of things to learn. One is an something echoed. By my father. And that is doesn't matter what you do. If you're the best at it, you'll always have a gig. And he said my father said, if you're a dishwasher, you the best dishwasher land, you'll always have a job. And if you the best dishwasher in the world, you'd probably have a pretty good job. And I've tried to. I've always had that in the back of my mind. As a matter of fact, even when I was a pot washer. At the seafood, shanty in Edgar town, Massachusetts. I was the best pot washer they'd ever seen. They actually thought it was weird. How good I was like, what are you doing, man? Because these awful Brown, awful. Big old kitchen, pots with. Potato it'd be have potato baked on. But I would really take that. Kind of nut a little, but. Steal pad and scrub them till they actually was shiny bright. And I took certain pride in that. And that makes me that made me like even that lowly job, I felt good about it. As you know, you can tell they feel good about their craft. They are the best at their craft. This the other thing that this is a lesson to me. Listen to you. Everybody likes to hang around with seventy in a good mood. Everybody likes to hang around with somebody. Who's upbeat? And when when I say hanging around that includes employers. People will a more likely to hire someone that's fun to hang around with. Then somebody that is not. That's by the way, what interviews really all about? Really interviews and not about your resume or your skills. They, they can see is on paper when you go for an interview. It's just a find out a if you're a jerk be if they think it would be fun to work with you. If they think that others would find it be positive experience to work with you. And that is in part, why winters get so much work because who wouldn't want to hang around with them. Of course they're highly skilled as well. Talking about music and musical instruments makes me want to ask you. Hey, did you ever play musical instrument when you were kid in school? Did you play the clarinet? Did you play? What else did play in school? Nobody played guitar in school piano. Did you play something tell me about it? Did were you ever in a band? Tell me about it. Did you ever perform in front of anybody else? Tell me that story, you know, I like a story better than better than opinion, better than an opinion anytime. Do.

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some of them speak about the president. I'll get some feedback from you on that. But I have you tell me a story about your best summer ever. Maybe it was a, a great summer because your country if you had a great summer job, if you had a great summer romance. Maybe your husband wife. Actually, you can tell me about bad summer, too. I had some beds. Perhaps. Yes. Right. Because you went to Europe. Live in a foreign country. Or blonde, one organization Owen camping. Or maybe it was just a you got in a good space with your head. Because you went to summer camp, and your counselor. Let me tell you about mine. Before the break. I mentioned that. I worked as an hospital concord, New Hampshire as an operating room technician, assisting surgeries. I was pretty young was after high school. Did that for a while and visited UNH? Realize, wow. College is fun. Again, my parents didn't really make me understand. How fun college could be? And I went and visited seen really fun. So I applied and got in to my own state school. I was an in-state student university of New Hampshire. And so I figured, you know, I'm going to school in, in the fall how the job and. Do something in the summer, so things will way different than didn't have a lot of stuff. As a matter of fact, I zero stuff zero stuff, which now seems pretty shocking. I hit to. Martha's Vineyard and just didn't come back. Really as that's how little stuff ahead. I had an apartment, but there was no stuff in it. It was a furnace department. So I had no stuff, though books. Just some clothes. I didn't need those much. Is went there? I don't even think I had a backpack, which is interesting house before every everybody had a backpack. So hitchhike, the Martha's Vineyard. All the way down. And I believe that was the time I got a ride because I got to Boston was trying to get to what's whole and I didn't really know where that hits through Boston. I stopped in Boston. And really not to get to where you needed to go to hits to Martha's Vineyard. So I went into this drugstore on Charles street. And I asked them that question, and they said they were trying to figure out what to tell me and then some guy said. Where are you going in this big Carl Stevens kind of way where are you going? And I said, I'm going to woods hole. I'll give you a ride. Very nice guy, real outgoing. I remember g with a long time ago but I remember as they say, like it was yesterday. Can the car left and we're driving by Storrow drive or that little access road before Storrow drive? Right by mass in here, and he saw something, and he said he said, I need to check this out. I work at a radio station, and it might have to call call in like if it were a news thing, but it turned out not to be thing. And I didn't ask him about it. Driving. Towards the towards what's whole these telling me about his parents and. Okay is about his life turns out that guy was. Dave maynard. Pretty cool. Right. That just kind of found out after the fact I, I know I towards the end I figured he worked at a radio station, but that wasn't didn't mean that much to be. Dave made wanting to one of the world's nicest guys that turns out. Drop me off not all the way to its hall. He went to the circle there at the Bourne bridge, the sangha mobridge tire to get from that. Bridge to what's. Which was a pain. Way to my big adventure. I don't know what's going to happen. I'm going to Martha's Vineyard and guys told me this guy Bob, I knew from. UNH. And. Have attended classes there yet? But I knew he, he went there. I knew him through girl that I know. So I lived I worked out on the vineyard at what was at the remember the harbor harbourside this place. And I think harbourside he's a captain there, I guess that's above waiter like Ed waiter or. Some fancy thing. He's gone down there for years. And the situation was that he had, maybe a relative of his, I can't remember a woman who get this house. She was a schoolteacher in Greenwich. Connecticut. Get this house to have. A people rent it and it was a big summer. She was the Queen of the house. And Bob was there and a guy named tank. Not not thank another tank but first name was Paul, like. And a couple of other people. So I get there. I remember the gate goes down on the ferry. I come into. Vineyard haven, I guess. Hitchhike to add guitar I don't know what's going to happen. No idea doesn't really matter. I guess. I can and I see a guy up ahead of me. He's already hitchhike hitchhiking etiquette would say that. You just don't cut in front of his. So I was going to walk past them, start his number far town really? As they walked by talked to the guy a little bit. Is name was Billy beard. Turns out he's a drummer he turned out to be the drummer in the band face to face. You know who know just dude other road. That's how that's our met that band. I layer on a came to know them. But the first guy that with Billy. So it's still springtime. To Ed guitar on, and I go to harborside and this guy, Bobby is really there, which is cool. He's working hard. The tells me where to meet him after. And we meet, and we go into this house, where he lives, he, you can stay over my place tonight. Okay. So I stayed over his place. And. Two beds in his room. So I got these one of those who was like a roommate situation, but the other wasn't there yet. Very nice house. It was on the road. If you and if you know, the vineyard, it was on the road towards south beach from enter town, just past the firehouse on the right. Can't them the road. Almo I can almost remember it began with him. That's all right. And it was very pleasant. I remember the weather being very pleasant. I remember the song. Associated with that moment, was ten CC. I'm not in love just happen to be playing. There was no TV. Very nice vibe also Elton John's tumbleweed connection. They had that they played it a lot. So I didn't know it was going to happen. I stayed there that night. And I thought, oh, you know try to get a job tomorrow. So pretty well. Got up early. Went to get a job. And I got a job. It's pretty easy. I think it still is easy. If you wanna be a pot washer that didn't care. I wanted to stay on the vineyard. I wanted I needed a job. I didn't expect to anything fancy wasn't. I had no expectation I grew up with no expectation of nobody owed me anything. I didn't have that whole don't wanna do that kind of job. There are certain jobs, I wouldn't have done. I didn't wanna. I didn't want to rake blueberries. That was my first job, picking blueberries for jobs, a hell job, this, you know, it was at the seafood, shanty I went in there. I think the owner's name was Mr. Carol. Right. I've somebody that guy or if you still around. It was right beside Lilly Pulitzer, the clothing store right, beside the Chavakachcheri ferry right there. I got the job start tomorrow. You my friend are going to be washing pots. So I started started tomorrow kitchen was boiling hot. There were locals. There was a, a local doctor both his kids worked there. One of them was a broiler cook he faced one way. And then just beside him at right angles, like ninety degrees. He's facing one way. Ninety degrees is the sink, or I'm doing the washing really close some standing by that broiler, which is open super hotter there and then super by the broiler, and he'd take these broiler pans. And he'd throw him into the sink right over my shoulder like one inch burning hot they'd go in the water. It's says. A contact back then it was very greasy. And that was a bummer is always hurt. I was very vain back then, you know, we all four is thing he's to make funding call in I in high school. So. I thought it was bad to have like Lassus so continue with this story. Just a real pleasant summer. And I'll tell you a lot of detail and I'm feel free to tell me something about what he says. It's real good. What happened in the summer few that made it special to meet someone goes somewhere special, maybe some, some courses maybe went to summer camp. I have camp on one time I hated that. That's not part of the story. So what break continue and you're invited open line six one seven two five, four ten thirty. Tell.

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He plays the piano, but Andrew Yang. Who so far kind of an also ran. He says he wants to be the first person per president who's an ex Goth. I ex Goth president. And. I don't know how God is tastes. I really I think that maybe curious as Goth as he gets. But it's interesting to see a new generation of. Presidential candidates and the music they like because used to be I like, Glenn Miller and not like old blue eyes now. Andrew yang. He says he liked. The cure, but it kinda gothi mainstream gut the Smiths. Depeche mode imagine Depeche mode buying in the Oval Office. Could happen. Joshua tree. He likes REM Susannah ban. She's Sugarcubes Sugarcubes between Bjork from Iceland. Six one seven two five four ten thirty. Are you all doing I'm happy to field? Your call. You have any questions for me. I'm always asking questions of you. I am the questioner. I like when people ask me questions opinions, whatever that's always on the table. You know, you must have questions you must be curious about something. Here's the things that happened recently. I will relate and maybe opine over just a bit. Pennsylvania woman killed when she falls into meat grinder at work. When you say about that. She parenting fell in around eight thirty Monday, eight thirty AM. Her body was found by a co worker who heard and this is sad strange noises coming from the machine. Thirty say she may have been standing on a set of wheels stairs prior to the accident. I have never worked in a factory. The I I don't know that's kind of one of the reasons in a way just that the whole specter of that kind of thing. Never have never will would rather were selling pencils. I know. We talked about the lack of manufacturing jobs. Well, I'm glad you like them because I don't I don't want one. I I'm glad to have him here to keep people occupied and keeping flush with money. So they can buy stuff pay the rent, but you can have the manufacturing job. It's just not me. Never was. I'd rather be a waiter. That's my kind of job. Now, put it down just different people do different stuff. I'd rather be a buzzer. I think I'd rather be dishwasher set. The money's not that great dishwashing. I've I've even had jobs that were lower than dishwasher, I was a pot washer. I looked up to the dishwashers. I worked hard to become a dishwasher never did either. It was at a restaurant in on Martha's Vineyard called the seafood shanty down there. One day looked around got a job same day if willing to be a pot washer, no problem. No problem. It allowed me to stay there. Whose hard work greasy? Nasty hot. I was working right next to the the broiler. And it cook these seafood. Dishes. Put them in the broiler. And then the cook would take the food out of the broiler pan. And it was still practically red hot and shoot it. Right into the water, right? Over my shoulder. Sizzle as it went in. Be scraping potato off the bottom of these big pots. But what I never never heard me to bomb out on the job recurred to me to think. Oh, this is beneath me, I thought this is what I thought I can't wait to get a beer. That's what I thought. I thought, hey, these people left the half a bottle of wine, and they left the lobster claw. I'm going to eat it. Hey that piece of steak doesn't look like it's been touched. I'm gonna eat that it might be the only one that would do that. I I would admit to you freely. Somebody had a sweeter wine the bottom. I'm not gonna waste that. I'll just nobody's looking an inch in the bottom of an engine to the bottom of the bottle. Some if we say. If that's how you say it. Yeah. I figured they're not drinking out of the bottle at the table. I'm figuring there's no lip spin on that bottle. So I put mine on it. Did my job is people out there thirsting, I'm not going to throw this away. And I even remember that was a piece of steak there. That's that's a perfectly good piece of steak. I'm on a risk it and nothing bad happened. I I don't mind that job at all. It was it was right at the way. The Chappaquiddick ferry comes over the fateful Chappaquiddick ferry channel Ted Kennedy Chappaquiddick. Yeah. And it was kind of a legendary spot. And then there was the hotel right up the road just a tiny bit where I believe he went in went to afterwards. And we will go to that hotel to have a drink. That was a pretty cool summer that was. That was between being an operating room technician and going to college, very relaxing. How was the year? I don't want to date myself. So I'm not gonna I'm not gonna tell the next story because it would totally date. It appears that many communities in Massachusetts are near the breaking point when it comes to delays in transportation transportation. Here is a bummer. It's getting too crowded. It's it's getting like Tokyo here pretty soon. It's going to be like blade runner with multi levels of traffic. I wouldn't do it. I would not do the commute thing on normal schedule. I'm not coming in during rush hour and not going out during rush hour. I wouldn't do that. I would either move here and live in a tiny shack or our work somewhere else commuting. And I know you you can hear me right now. You know, this is true. Whether if you're if you can hear me now, probably your commute's, not that bad. But if you're coming in at rush hour, and here's spending an hour, and that traffic had an hour on the way home has no kind of lifestyle. And I know you have a house you can't you don't want sell you housing. Here got a job here. But different folks have different priorities than. Not commuting in Russia is job one for me. Sometimes I wonder I wonder if they let me do this job. I like living in town. Would they let me do this job remotely like if I ever wanted to check out and get off the grid? And. Give me give me a snowmobile. And sling the rifle over my back and. Live in a shack. I wonder have garden would they let me do the show from up there. Probably not, you know, what probably be a bad idea. I probably need to be around people. Many commuters Taylor near the breaking point survey of twelve hundred registered voters in Massachusetts. That was done in March. A lot of people. Seventy two percent fulltime employees participated said they had to leave early or late to avoid committing during peak hours. Same number said, they get very stressed angry and frustrated. Yeah. He couple that with all the stress political stress. We have now all the stress on social media stress and the commute man cannot be healthy. Whenever stress hormones shooting in your body. Most of the day cannot be good for you. Among fulltime workers. Fifty two percent for being late for work. The last few months if they take public transportation. Thirty percent. They've said they've considered changing jobs because of commute times, right? Flows employees living within one twenty eight thirty two percent. They have thought about leaving the area. How about you? You get into the point where you're almost where you would change jobs or change homes or even change states, which Aleve Massachusetts because it's not, you know, Atlanta has worse traffic, bad, traffic everywhere. There's bad traffic in in Newington, New Hampshire. I have this sort of pipe dream. Where? It's kind of an idea that doesn't seem to get much traction take a company like Amazon, it Plunkett down and some wide open place like the coda and build an entire city around it. M's going anywhere. If it does whatever. Amazon does will be replaced by somebody else doing the same thing. So you're could have entire communities moving there. Make your money there at Amazon. Got everything you need housing school is the Amazon school. I mean, it's not run our own by Amazon. The town has government just like everywhere else. But it's centered around that commerce. Pretty much everybody. Everybody that works. If you're gonna work you work Amazon. You don't have to commute fire you have housing sounds kind of Japanese doesn't. Maybe it's too weird. Maybe it's too big brother e to distortion, but. It'd be a way to get all the jobs out of cities. And relieve the pressure on the city's and have people be able to have a good job high quality of life. No suburbs. At least not yet. It'd be able to get on your motorcycle and go out on the prairie. The airport.

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There for two minutes or three minutes. Four minutes. It eat stop before moving on. And then. It got to a point most of the way down the end of the line. And then it just said sorry. That's it. We're stopping here last stop and this. It was by five forty five in the morning. Six degrees with wind as I get out. Get bus service here. A really, okay, thanks. They're better have been some really good mechanical reason reason. So hopefully that won't happen. And even if it does today's lot warmer, it looks nasty outside. It's just a big wet slippery mess. Be careful of slipping and falling. Ice with water on top of it. Is really sip slippery? Oh, there's always one more a post punk band. They were offshoot of new order section twenty five section twenty five. Now's Gino in JP, make a pain hollow. Gino. Hey, good evening, sir. Good evening, Gino. Hey, did anybody say seven Mary three. Yeah. We did get a seven Mary three. But that's that's a good one. Okay. No, no. I just tuned in there. But. Seven Mary three cumbersome. Now's a good song. That's right. So you just getting up now or you've been up all night. I took a nap here tonight, I've been working all day there. But. Do you have to go to work today? I gotta go back to work in about two hours. Oh, did you get any managed to get any sleep? I guess I'll I'll sleep later on. But got to get the work done, sir. What kind of what kind of work? Do you do? I work on heavy equipment. You're not supposed to be tired. When you work on heavy equipment. No. But you gotta take yet. The way the weather's been way. We get your sleep when you can. Okay. Well, I appreciate the call. Good one. Thanks. Gina. Thank you. Gratiot, thanks, Gino that we never heard from Gino before at least not for a long time. Three thirteen. And we go to Pennsylvania. With a lot of time tonight. How are you doing Tom? I noticed that notice that hey, Bradley, it's cool to talk to you. We get your signal goes in and out. I've been straining my ears anyway. Got to songs for you. To baron's for you. I should say all right. Maniacs is surprising that. I think. Imagine that. That's that's really good one. Thank you. Thank. But I got another one. Okay. I'd be interested to know, if you know this band because they were great galaxy five hundred Boston, man. Yes. Oh, they were Boston from way south of you. Galaxy five hundred good name too. Good to great gets those were good. Thanks, man. You're very welcome. Now. What are you up to this point? I am an insomniac. So I've just been hanging out with my dog's going outside and enjoying the getting warmer. Good. So what kind of dogs you got? I got my God. The most beautiful I got one border collie and one half border collie Australian shepherd. Blue. Blue. Whatever they call it a blue Merle. That's what they call it. I should've named the Merle anyway. Yeah. He's got blue eyes. And he's the blue and gray and white coloring. Very very special dog is a big. Got so big. Doesn't initially looked at big, but he's solid. Total rock solid muscle. Saved him from. No, I didn't say. Sister from certain death. Good. Misery. So. I'm just me and my dogs, right? Thank you very much. Tom. Those a good one that cool talking to you. Great great scene tonight too. Three fifteen natty in. Hey, jay. How're you doing good? No. That's a great one. They did. I'm not in love. And what else did they do? I wanna be a boss to to be the biggest boss boss swirled around the town. I don't know that one. Yeah. I don't know. What is the actual title of the song? But he just keeps Channing that. I wanna be a boss who wanna be biggest parts of the world around. All right boy. That's a good one. Thanks a lot. Music really this seven seconds sensor hardcore punk band. Notice nine nine nine. That's another. That's an older punk is a British a British band. Did. I love nine nine nine. Yeah. I don't know their music at all. Thanks good ones. All right. Thanks to absolutely nine nine nine. Can't believe. I didn't think of those played those in the college radio nine nine nine from like seventy eight seventy nine eighty they did a song called feeling all right with the crew and they did a song called homicide. And well. That's a blast. Ten. See? I'm not in love. What else did they do? Godly and cream, right? Tennessee like way back in. Maybe seventy three. I remember hearing that song. Oh, I want specific time. I remember hearing that song, and whenever I think of the band, Tennessee, see my mind flashes, right back to this one place, and it was. When I was just before college. I went for the seven Martha's Vineyard in wash was a pot washer. But before I got the job. I just went on the. The first day. I got there. I meant I dude I knew and he said you can stay at my house and so two beds in his room. I slept on the other bed. I was his roommate for the night. Just remember loving it there and getting ready for bed and that song. Was on that song is always branded to that. That moment then went on to stay there for most of the summer. I was a pot washer at the seafood shanty. And. I was the lowest of low, but I got a job. I didn't care. It allowed me. Stay on the island. And have some really cool experiences. Oh, three eighteen why don't we break in? Anybody can come up with any more songs with numbers in the title. Will that have a couple of? I have a story that goes with the topic to that we can add to it..

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ 617-254-4400 had some random calls liked him. Very much just to chat in the nighttime. And Mike and main he couldn't sleep at heart operation. I I'd like. I'd like to hear more about the nuts and bolts of a heart operation someday. I'd like to know if it hurts. I mean, I know it doesn't hurt when you getting it. But like when you wake up is it how bad is it that doesn't everyone really kinda wanna know that? Or maybe that's just me. So it's WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty Jay talking. Mike Lavalle is your producer. I'm your host. And as the Jay talking podcast, which is kind of a passion for us. We're proud of it. We think you'll dig it and put it right at the top of your pile. And maybe you'll even stat vending. It Jay talking podcasts at just Google Jay talking. That's that's all you have to do. Google Jay talking and the iheart podcast with J. Talking will pop up. Here's my brief brief bio that IRA wrote. I did that three. Versions of it. No matter how good a writer. You are. You gotta go through a couple of times and take unnecessary words and make it better. See that Doug, Doug? He wrote up. Big paper and send it to me. And. I said Doug you need to edit. It you need to rewrite it more than once. And he's feeding feelings were hurt. But. It's the case that even professional writers and it three four versions. So here we go. This is like version three. It's in the third person. Bradley Jay grew up in the wilderness of New Hampshire and fled to Boston. By way of the university of New Hampshire says a lot in that sentence. Gets a lot done quickly. He made his first Mark in the Boston seen doing Boston. College radio and shortly thereafter joined the crew at WBZ end the rock of Boston. Barely at Bradley sharpened. His talk radio skills doing shows at WBZ AM while at WBZ and is the current host of Jay talking WBZ overnight show. This is the reason I'm. This next line is kind of the reason I'm reading it to you. The best thing about radio is the bonds, you forge with the community on the other side of the microphone says Jay for me. It's personal. And I want you to know that that's what I like about. It is the relationships with the guests and with you and with Mark some cool milestones for Bradley include. And actually, I'm going to. I don't know what to put in there yet. And then it says the JJ can podcast spinoff of the Jay talking radio show. He's current passion. Check it out and there's the link. So I guess what? I what I'll do since. I have the time is give you long version of the bio a lot of, you know, bits and pieces, but I don't mind giving you the long version, but just because it's a story. Don't doesn't mean that you shouldn't call because you should six point seven two five four ten thirty. Do you have any questions or just want to add in? This is a slightly more beefed up version of the bio grew up. And. Senator traffic New Hampshire. A didn't like it. I hated it. I didn't mind it too much in the lower grades, but junior high age. Hated it. It's boring. I run away actually ran away stayed away for a week once. It was fire away from the town where all the action was with. So I wanna stay out hitchhiking back and forth. Hated that time. I think it made me more. Little bit more independent. I guess I don't expect people to do stuff because they never did. And then. In high school. That was a guidance counselor said, so what do you want to do? You're going to be your senior. What do you wanna do? And I said I want to be an operating room technician. And the reason I knew about that was because I had an after school job cleaning the operating rooms scrubbing him with toothbrush, really detailing them. Is a cool job. And. Every once in a while, they do an emergency operation, and I'd see these people come in that were not, nurses and not doctors, and they were actually doing operations assisting on them. I asked what's that somebody said well their technicians? They're trained specifically for surgery. Most people learn it in the service. But you don't have to there are schools set my mind to do that. Me said get outta here you idiot. We never heard of that. Six months later, a few months later, they called me down. It seems as though there's some some school of operating room technicians in concord. And you should sign up. And I did and I got in which was kinda surprising because I don't think the interview went very well that was cool. It was one year of training for six months was a book learning only six people in the class after six months, you are in the operating room in the OR hands on elbow deep and people. And then I stayed there. Two more years. Stressful. And I was only seventeen when I started. So it is pretty clear it's a dead end. And I started visiting people that you UNH. I never knew the college would be so fun. That's a problem with my parents. They didn't tell me college. We'll be fun. My father didn't go. My mother went to teacher's college. They never made. They never made me understand. How cool it would be to go. I thought it would be like high school. But when I went and hung around with this girl. What was her name not important? I thought to myself my God, this is awesome. Beautiful area up at UNH. And it's a community of people my age, dating and drinking beer and go into class and learning and being smart and hanging out. It was fantastic. So I said I wanna do this applied got in. To college at UNH. Hurry. So I knew that I was going to college I didn't wanna work at the hospital anymore. So that that that summer I went to Martha's Vineyard. Because a guy I knew in college. Used would work there in the summer. His name is Bob. He worked at the. Harbourside restaurant. So one day. I just picked up my thumb and hitchhiked to woods hole. Got on a ferry. I got there in the evening state over where he lived in about each summer. They'd get a house in five people. There turns out didn't they had room for one more. And I just stayed there. Pay rent pay rent by working at the seafood shanty and Edgar town. I got shops the dishwasher the next day. So boom, I was all set. I had a place to stay and play in a way to pay for it. Stayed there. That summer went to college loved it loved everything about it. About halfway through about. Maybe the third year. I got an radio it was this guy fail. Metropolis who's also friends with Mike Nikitas who used to work at any CNN is a tremendous guy. Mike Nikitas he said, you try to get on the radio is fun. All right. So this is where we are in the life story. I'll take a break.

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ the, weather is going to be hot and sticky. In the day and then at night? Hot and sticky still About eighty in the day and then in the seventies low. Eighties in, the, day, seventies, at, night then Wednesday and Thursday might add a little rain or thunderstorms into the mix. It's. One seven two five four ten thirty WBZ just sharing with you. A little bit of, a trip coming up In september I say I'd sworn off going anywhere But this one was already. Booked and I'm I'm looking forward to it was. Going to be cool weather eastern Europe Millie medieval city cobblestone streets cheap cheap hotels like hotels, there eighty bucks and then you could get if you went out. A little bit outside or gotta be MVP cheaper even and you. Can go to the town square and have some Nice wine or something it's going to be that, maybe a little riding around on a train nothing too fancy though Six hundred. Seventy two five four ten thirty seventy busy so we were talking about. Summer songs and the The images and the feelings and the situations that are societas. With them and I would ask you anyone to share with me, when you think of, a, summer, song and I have. A whole list of summer songs from the decades When you think of some moment. And asylum that goes with just share the moment with me that situation is probably no story. There's just a situation it's like a snapshot that's related to that But I. Have a kind of. A whole story that is very very summary And it's wrapped around this one song it's a, long story But I'm. I'm good at encapsulating So. It's summertime I'm on Martha's Vineyard. I'm the man for some reason I went down there and there was this woman who was a schoolteacher who went down there and she was kind. Of the Queen, of her domain she'd get a, they had a place that roommates. Maybe five people and he's us she would choose one young, man. To make her man drown dude In that year I was chosen, happily And, it was kind of a, sex thing but it wasn't also weird but it was more the idea of it. Than the actual act She liked to have the idea that you had. A guy while she was there for the summer she was the Queen. She paid for the. Place mostly and she had other people come so? I was a guy and I got to, do everything I wanted she, would go shopping what do you want me to shop for Bradley Oh really. I would like salmon and some fancy desert please So it was just paradise Martha's Vineyard, Edgar town actually on the road, to south beach little place right by some guy named Norton we're right. Beside, him? On this road near the just past the. Firehouse But I got a, call one day at work and I was working at the seafood shanty Seafood shanty's Edgar town, right by the chappie ferry right by Lilly Pulitzer, right there where you know the Kennedy thing Right next to the after he swam across that Very goes he went up to the hotel use the phone right there Some, work at the seafood shanty Hands between, lunch and dinner so hot, scorchingly hot right near the alley and all, the garbage is in. The alley stinking of high heaven And you know you and I had contact lenses. To those greasy I remember my contact lenses, being greasy and it was hot and I, got this phone call And it, was his coffin his ex girlfriend who, was sick I thought oh my God so I. Felt the need to go rushing to her aid right there, I said I can't work tonight I grabbed, my red wetlook jacket And that was kind of it Not, even a backpack as before backpacks and I had, to hitchhike to concord New Hampshire Well it was. Hard to get on the ferry and check out of. Woods hole Yarmuth what a bummer I didn't get And didn't get even close..

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To find man and it's precious and you just need to oh my god this i'm sleep sleep over there grab it there's some gasoline over there so anyway about what's coming anyway i love listening to stories you always have some good stories but here you're talking about hitchhiking i thought we were going to you seem to have no qualms about hitchhiking to like that we don't like crazy back and they think of hitchhiking you don't really see people doing it nowadays but and i don't know if it's any more dangerous now than it was i just don't know used to be more acceptable in some places though you still can't it depends if you're if you're in new hampshire at the university of new hampshire and going to new market you stick out your thumb if you're on martha's vineyard and you're at the ferry or something and you gotta get to at your town you can stick out your thumb but it was haircut thought it was legal i don't think you could do it like on highways and stuff like that was you know people in the house but i don't think you're allowed to the rule of even back then you weren't supposed to be on the highway because i don't think because it made people pull over and it was dangerous and i don't know the rules about offramps or not i don't know you know maybe the policing call me and tell me what the rule is about hitchhikers on the highway never see stories but hybrid you tell if you start throwing shake that's crazy i think i heard you tell the story about didn't you someone can take you into a house or something with your house broken crazy story so that's mind like you a house and you weren't supposed to be there i need to clear that up this was a situation where i was i lived on i was working at the restaurant in martha's vineyard call the seafood shanty and i i had a girlfriend that had an issue so i had to hitchhike back to concord new hampshire then i had to go then i had to get back to.

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"seafood shanty" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Ray that you judges smart animal daniel amber has written for the pages of that august online publications slate just the definitive take down of these a multi tentacled beasts it is called against the octopus it's not a crafty soulful genius it's dinner thank you dan thank you and now the spiel you know here in the northeast we are experiencing a nor'easter hadn't heard of this this phrase the nor'easter more than a few years ago might only experience with nor'easter was of course the billy joel classic nor'easter alexa added this which includes the phrase tell ma farm trolling new club is so in the one hand billy joel is writing in the person of this a godfearing seafaring simple man a man who's literally worked his fingers to the bone and yet he unleashes this grandiose phrase me tell me now whoa lunar new learned this imagine if the guy the narrator in this song ever were to communicate to the woman who is his wife the littoral universe of this song bajen if you were to ever communicate in this way you're drunk again down at the bar with all you'll lose a friends no no no i wasn't at the bar i was true nope lung dunes we you'll get out of here when on some body and catch some fish yes i will darling forum choice a new land is atlantis credible sources say merman have a old fish smell hashtag just be unhelpful listen added lantis if you are truly friends to the beasts of the deep than what is king neptune's feast mi local seafood shanty include a veritable halibut holocaust y get ariza as trolling atlantis there anyway we're not here to talk nor'easter we're here to talk another wacky portman to type word and ten twig it's our name for a threeweek period from the old english for a twenty and won twenty one so maybe stands to reason that during an antenna twit guarding for a 21day period we would get so much feedback about words about numbers so yesterday was talking about trump's infrastructure plan every word in that sentences and quotes and there was a study that came out that said that the two hundred billion dollars he wants to spend might wind up being only twenty.

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"seafood shanty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I hear otherwise today and tasty burger it wasn't as good as the other experience because it was hybrid squaring was packed in there was a line and i got a number and either wait around for a number my number was to us sixty seven and they started out in the fifties to fifty eight felt what am i got my salvanto this is terrible i considered leaving that i'd already pay my five bucks and then i saw some kind of sadden weerden it was a i i need is actually a homeless person but probably as one of those hamas people with a dog name and the guy cleaned right in everyone's eaten in the tasty burger sitting down table service there's a trash bucket right near some of the tables he comes in these that's going through the trash in the tasty berger inside and just and chao went on the leftovers i thought should i buy him something like nino what now i don't know it got a draw the line somewhere and plus he's getting foot it's amazing how much odor's in the tasty burger thing the guy was gorging herself and the reason i guess he was rewarded because as very bold to go into the restaurant into the trash in a restaurant like that is all the time people are gonna be chuck in out a little piece of burger hair little bit of french fry they and at that that's gross he was food but really how grosses it really i mean maybe we go overboard on his i will admit and again i may be overdoing it with the honesty uh but as a dishwasher at the seafood shanty martha's vineyard when suffered come in like a after eating stake i need a.

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