It’s broke, but as you’ll see in the video . . . maybe it’s not? I use this frother to whip up the coconut milk powder that I put in my MUD\WTR drink. It froths it up like a latte and it’s delightful. More importantly – no chunky powder balls.
- Question #1 – Relates to Kid Country who I was deemed during my 6 month midday tenure in Atlantic City on a country station. They emailed in and proclaimed – “I remember you!” To that I say – “I don’t believe you.” I mean, it was a long time ago. It did remind me of time when my friend Bob (now business partner) and I hit Klondike Kate’s in Newark. We had actually gotten a booth and he went to the bathroom or to get drinks – whatever. He left. Two girls slid into the booth across from me and proclaimed they knew who I was and that I was Kid Country. At first, I almost bought in because at the time I was at that radio station. Anyway – Bob set them up to do that to me. However, I have to admit country listeners were some of the most loyal and avid fans that I ever experienced in radio. It didn’t matter what I said – they all heard it, knew it, and thought it was great. I wasn’t great. In fact, one of my program directors (Top 40 & Rock) said that on country station you could fart between the records and they would still love you.
- Question #2 – When’s the new Blue Card? To that I say – I’m not sure. I first started the blue card because I would do videos and forget to say that I ran. In turn, I put out a blue card that simply stated “I ran.” But then after I mangled some words, I created additional blue cards or flash cards for Smorgasbord, Charcuterie, Moqueca, and, of course, Worcestershire. I’ve been a “good talker” lately, so nothing has really jumped out. I was looking and found a website with the 20 most difficult words. Worcestershire is #2!
I ran. 128 runs of 5k / 128 morning babbling vlogs
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“Resistance has no strength of its own. Every ounce of juice it possesses comes from us. We feed it with power by our fear of it. Master that fear and we conquer Resistance.” – via Steven Pressfield in his book – the War of Art (page 16)