Crab Cake Row: Brock Yetso and the history and story of Ulman Fund

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Brock Yetso and the history and story of Ulman Fund. Nestor Aparicio welcomes the leader of a Howard County-based organization that serves young cancer patients and their families in many ways over three decades.

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SPEAKERS

Brock Yetso, Nestor J. Aparicio

Nestor J. Aparicio  00:02

Welcome back. We are live at Bally’s. It is it’s 10:10am on a Monday we already had technical problems which I fully expected I mean, just bought all this new equipment and the mix minuses already but we’re working now welcome back on the live stream if you’re listening on am 1570 I’m gonna be replaying all of these one of the reasons I decided to do this thing live was first to create a little bit of excitement around it do something for the Maryland food banks if you’re in the area bring us down some Muslim items. I already got several bags we got some lasagna here making me hungry for lunch around us good thing I’m in families were families in the old Lexington market will be in the new markets brought to you by our friends at the Maryland lottery have the 10 times the cash Brock yet so is gonna get number three here for being our third guest on the program with the almond fund. You know, Brock, I I’ve never met you. We’re LinkedIn. Friends. Let me get your microphone up where it needs to be. We’re LinkedIn friends, I think we have hundreds of mutual connections. Right. I’ve heard about the almond fund. I think I’ve done segments with other people in regard to in your in your workspace, but I’ve never had you on I’ve been trying to drag you down for about six months for crabcake tours. Thanks. Goodbye, man.

Brock Yetso  01:12

It’s great to be here. I’m doing well. Thanks for having me. Well, I

Nestor J. Aparicio  01:15

mean, one of my sponsors put this thing out. I was at a thing with wise marks about three months ago with Jamie Costello doing a food drive, and sort of inspired me a little bit sorry. So the food drive is the backbone of all this, we could get 100 other charities we just had American Cancer Society you’re talking about something that’s near and dear to my heart sharing too. My wife was is a cancer survivor. And I started to have these conversations and she got sick 10 years ago, and I thought oh, we’re not alone. We’re not the only ones that had this issue happen this horrible thing? What is the old midwife give me the whole Allman story and give me your story about getting involved with this because it’s been at this a long time it’s it’s now sort of a household name for charity in this area Yeah,

Brock Yetso  02:00

that’s been our one of our goals and we’re still striving to to make sure that we are the first phone call for for young adults impacted by cancer. But first of all, thanks for having me. This is amazing when you when you emailed me and you had this daunting task to bring all these organizations out as a kudos to you

Nestor J. Aparicio  02:14

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we’re now we’re into it I’ve already screwed up so downhill from here 30 more hours to get

Brock Yetso  02:19

you know there’s so much positive in Baltimore and I believe the you know, the social impact organizations are the backbone of what’s going on here helping people that are dealing with some of society’s deepest and darkest problems so an enrollment is just one of many groups in American society i i heard them coming in they’re doing great work and they’re a great partner in the work all day all week. Yeah, so it is all cried

Nestor J. Aparicio  02:37

I’m an hour into this and Hope Lodge people got me on David Modell and David’s talking to me today I’m sure Yeah, yeah, it kick you out of Vegas you go through charity work I can I get your David right now chomping a cigar. Tell me the basis of your charity. Give everyone the whole story because I I’m trying to do these in 15 minute blocks and I get ahead of myself and stuff just thinking well, the old know what the OMA now we don’t know. So yeah.

Brock Yetso  03:03

So almond Foundation. We were founded 27 years ago, right here in Maryland. Our founder, Doug Holman is a three time cancer survivor but 28 years ago was diagnosed with cancer as a sophomore in college. And he and his family recognized there were unique challenges that he was dealing with as an adolescent young adult college student. And when they got on the phone got on the internet that had just sort of, you know, come on scene, they couldn’t find anything. You know, there’s a lot of organizations out there that are incredible that support young kids with cancer. There’s a lot of organizations that are specific to certain cancers breast colon skin, but there was sort of this no man’s land he fell in. So the the family, the almond family, which is still here in Maryland, Doug’s older brother, Ken Coleman, who’s a county executive,

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Nestor J. Aparicio  03:43

I had a beverage out on the deck at Merriweather lovely cans

Brock Yetso  03:46

doing awesome stuff and his work. But the family got around the dining room table and said, we’re going to do something about this. No young adult should have to face cancer alone. And so that was our vision statement. It still is our vision to this day. And what we do is we create a community of support. So the family started the organization 27 years ago in our county anymore. No, no. So So we’ve aged, I’ve aged out, but we define young adults as 15 to 39 year olds, so So

Nestor J. Aparicio  04:09

I followed you 16 years ago. Right?

Brock Yetso  04:13

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But But what he’s seen and what Doug saw is that they’re there. It’s a unique time in your life, right? You’re in college, you’re starting a career, you’re, you’re gaining independence, you’re starting relationships, insurance becomes a big challenge starting a family. And so we as an organization, the family created this, this this this fund right from from day one, we are creating a community for young adults. And so the best way to define what we do is really all the wraparound services that come with in that you need during a cancer experience, right? There’s doctors that are saving lives that are treating, providing treatment. There’s a lot of incredible research and those are two things that we don’t tackle. We work with a wraparound so you get diagnosed, you’re in the hospital setting. We have patient navigators are embedded in some of the best health care institutions in our country right here in Baltimore.

Nestor J. Aparicio  04:58

I’m gonna cry a lot Today because Michelle President Walsh is coming here from there goes my hero launch time and when my wife was diagnosed, everything came at me fast, right? She’s in the hospital family information, friends 1000s of people concerned about her. And I can promise you if you never forget where you are, you know doctor comes in. Mary boo Bala’s husband, Fox 45. Up did the show over there last week promoting this. Her husband Doug was my wife’s primary okay for a period of time and another great doctors now Philadelphia also saved her life. Dr. Keith Prats wonderful man. I called him the Grim Reaper at one point, he didn’t like that he was a doctor, because he came in and said, You have leukemia, you have terribly complex leukemia. It’s one of the most complex leukemias we’ve ever seen. Do you have a brother or sisters the first question they asked her said, Do you have? Do you have somebody can save your life? And I guess it’s that moment where you’re like, I need Google. Yeah, literally, the first thing you do when you’re diagnosed with something is say, What the hell is this? When I heard leukemia, I thought Brian song right. Brian Piccolo, you know, I thought she’s gonna die. You can’t lead to blood cancer. And then I learned that we’ve in the American Cancer Society come a long way. You’ve talked 27 years with all men, you’ve seen this science catch up to be able to create survivors in a world where we wouldn’t have had those before.

Brock Yetso  06:28

100% and you’ve hit on a couple of things. So I mean, the initial diagnosis right when Doug was diagnosed 20 years ago, he was diagnosed conjuncts are

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:35

28 years. Let’s go back. That’s 96 Yeah. 96 All right. So

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Brock Yetso  06:38

Kandra sarcoma, what is a condor sarcoma, right. It’s a rare, rare type of cancer cartilage tumor that was attached to his rib that that challenged his breathing. Right. But he didn’t know what that was. So he looked it up. So what we’ve tried to do is demystify and answer some of those questions. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:52

an AOL chat room and he was looking at Zack,

Brock Yetso  06:54

so our, you know, our people, they’re embedded in hospitals and their media, they’re right there with you know, they would have been right there with your wife or with a young adult. Today it is diagnosed at Johns Hopkins or

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:05

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we call Michelle happened at Hiro because people had reached me and said, You need to meet Eric Sauer right and Eric won’t be your labor, Michelle will be Michelle came down to my wife’s bedside 10 days into her diagnosis. And she had survived it. And to this day, like we’re friends, she’s coming down. But that coaching that that person sitting at the edge of your bed said, I’ve been here, I’ve done that I survived it, you’re gonna get lesions, this awful thing is gonna happen, then that awful things going to happen, then this awful thing is gonna happen. But you’re going to survive. Yeah, that’s important.

Brock Yetso  07:39

Yeah. And, and Michelle is great. I’m excited. Maybe we will cross paths. She is an incredible hedge but, but what we meet patients and families where they are. And so wherever you are in your journey, if it’s the day you hear that diagnosis, if it’s a weekend, if it’s a month in, you’re dealing with something, and we try to slow down the process and help you answer those tough questions and find the resources and the people to give you the comfort and the support and hope. I mean, a doctor has told me hope is the most powerful medicine right? Yeah, chemotherapy, radiation proton, but the end of the day, patients want to have hope that tomorrow will be a better day. And so Michelle, provide that probably for your wife, our navigators do it. Our organization tries to do that for young adults on a daily basis. And last year, we had 1156 young adults that we were able to refine 1156 last year 56 Last year, and that was a record year for us of impact rock yet goes

Nestor J. Aparicio  08:27

yet so let’s hear from the Allman fund. I’m gonna get my volume of second here myself, yell at myself a little better. For your personal involvement in this sounds like you had a connection to the Allman family and a lot of people. I mean, everybody Howard County knows and all right, like literally write it down. But from your perspective for you to get into how long have you been? Because I don’t think I’ve known anybody else at the front of it other than your name cuz you have an interesting name. Rob.

Brock Yetso  08:54

Thank you. Yeah, it is interesting. People might the names were memorable. I don’t know if I am but I’ve been involved from day one. As a friend of Doug we grew up in Howard County with the Centennial High School together played soccer. And so I was actually the day he got diagnosed. I do I do. I was that first phone call outside of family and and he called me said, Hey, remember that? Remember, the breathing problems I had when we were getting ready for preseason soccer. You were busting my chops? I said, Hey, you’re out of shape. He goes, No, he wasn’t. I had cancer. Oh, God. And so from there that I guess that was the beginning of my journey supporting a friend. And I rolled up my sleeves that what do you need? What do you what do you want me to do? How can I help? And I got involved as a volunteer. Fast forward a couple years when I graduated from University of Virginia, came back here to Maryland. Why

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09:37

Virginia? We get to Yeah, well, who used to be in the ACC?

Brock Yetso  09:40

You know, my family was touched by cancer. My mom who was 57 years young at the time, a nurse for 20 plus years at Johns Hopkins was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer. Right? And so it hit us and and we I mean as a doctor that we work with it says cancer is the great equalizer. It doesn’t matter who you are. are what your socioeconomic status whatever it is like, we’re all on the same, same plane. Well, we

Nestor J. Aparicio  10:06

saw that over Kimmel. Yeah. 155 nights my wife did over there. So, you know, reaching to, to resources. That’s what this week is all about. So who reaches to you? And how and when? And what do you want the public to know? Because around the corner, it sucks. It’s awful. Somebody you know, this is going to happen to them?

Brock Yetso  10:25

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Yeah. Well, we have three primary areas that we help patients and families. One is in the hospital setting. So we’re working in University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins, we partner with all the incredible institutions here in the Baltimore, Maryland, DC, Virginia. My wife could have called you, right? She could have Okay, she could have,

Nestor J. Aparicio  10:40

she could cheat Ah, now she was 41 at the time, my grandfather, but if we would have called you and I would have called somebody called Brock down at home, and they help people. I can’t see my wife Cindy, can she got diagnosed three days ago with leukemia. We’re a mess. Yeah, but we have money. And we have insurance. And you know, we have that. But what do we need to expect? You know what I mean? Like that was everything about this was strategy for survive, right,

Brock Yetso  11:06

period? Yeah. And that’s why what we’re doing right here is so critical. It’s an awareness gap. Right? You know, there are people out there that fall under our organization’s field of service or age group that don’t know about us, right. And that’s even in the hospital and Right, right. And so it’s connecting those that we work and live in a fragmented healthcare system.

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:27

I think nobody cares. Nobody’s going to help. Right? That’s not true. Yeah. And

Brock Yetso  11:30

sometimes people are either afraid to ask for help. So so back to your question. It could be a provider in the hospital setting, it could be a friend, oftentimes, it’s just a friend of a friend, someone like Michelle and Eric that says, Hey, your wife, I’m gonna send my friend down there to meet with you. And she’s gonna give you the support and the guidance that you need. You don’t know you need it yet, but you need it. And so it’s really connecting those dots. And once you get to us, whether it’s a provider, a friend of a friend, you follow our social feeds, whatever it is, that’s when we step in and figure out, you know, where can we be the greatest, greatest benefit to you and your family as you’re going through this diagnosis, and it may be getting you a second opinion, maybe we find you a peer support, it may be financial assistance to to get to treatment, because you don’t have the money to pay for a taxi or an Uber. Or maybe it needs housing. You know, five years ago, we opened open house, which is where’s that? Yeah, it’s right everyone. Madison Street next to Johns Hopkins. It is very similar to the the incredible organization you just talked.

Nestor J. Aparicio  12:19

I was in that neighborhood. 155 nights my wife met in the hospital. I was over there almost every day for two years. Yeah, you know, with my wife. And we got to go to various places in the Hope Lodge over here. But I don’t know about your place. I was just trying to find a good cheeseburger somewhere over there. And my wife at during her second battle. She had her second transplant in November of 15. She almost died. She was pretty much in a coma, most of that period of time. And she was kind of out of it, trying to fight and I thought she was going to die on December 22 23rd. On the 24th of December, I went in she sat up in bed and said I want a pizza. She had eaten six weeks. And I’m like, Where the hell am I getting a pizza on December 24 in the corner, I can get your fried chicken there’s been no there’s Popeyes. And by the way, the food at Hopkins sock it’s just it just I’ll never give that up. When they brought my wife a bouillon cube and called it soup. Got it like it was not good. I went down to the Chinese joint and got down a young scary and got her some chicken soup. But the notion that like you’re in the neighborhood there I didn’t even know about so you got to tell me Madison Street right around the corner. Yeah,

Brock Yetso  13:30

Madison Collington Chester right there. There’s a block of rowhome. So we saw about 10 years ago, we saw an uptick in a need for transportation and housing for our patients and families. And they can stay at a Hope Lodge. But they aged out of like a Ronald McDonald House or believe in tomorrow. So if you’re 21 years old, you can’t stay at those facilities. So again, there was sort of this gap in the healthcare system. So we went over to East Baltimore, we found a block a row homes, that eager Park EBIT entity that owns that, that master development there and they said, Hey, listen, we’ll give you these homes for $1 Right? You remember those programs? William Donna Shaffer,

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:03

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I hear him I feel them he faked these crabcake two bottles. Yeah,

Brock Yetso  14:07

so we had to shave our own little Shaffer program. We got six of our homes for $1 apiece. And we launched a capital campaign eight years ago raised $5 million. When did it open? It opened January 2019. So this is our five year anniversary. So it wasn’t there

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:20

when my wife was there it was 15 Okay, well, that whole area has taken on a whole different vibe than when I was there. I went to you know, the little sub shop on Orleans that sits there the Greek diner kind of place I went there and brought a pizza back from my wife at 40 afternoon on Christmas Eve sat there and ate two slices of pizza and I can’t get her to stop eating it you know 10 years later she’s still doing good so brachetto was here he is omen to fund somebody had to find you out on the internet and and how to look you up by your my LinkedIn friends I can get you to Brock but and I can run into some omens, who’s playing in Atlanta is just playing Let’s see America. I know who’s not playing you ready? Jimmy Buffett hurts. Watch the Grammys last

Brock Yetso  15:04

Memorial. Yeah, I mean, so we lost seven Grammys were great. They were incredible. They were

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Nestor J. Aparicio  15:09

not I couldn’t fall asleep on. I mean, when Annie Lennox was out doing, you know, little Sinead, Stevie Wonder’s doing it, it was a beautiful night.

Brock Yetso  15:18

Yeah. And the Tracy Omega no so show my wife started crying and my kids are gonna Mommy why you cry and so you don’t get it like this is like, I

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:27

listened to that on Kane Street and 87 Yeah, understand, Tracy. It was great seeing Tracy looking all silver and looking at you know, dignified looking awesome for you sports. You know, I think about sports locally for everybody’s anything you will say about the Orioles. And he was saying that the Ravens at this point? Because I’m a sports guy sports station. I know. You’re your little sporty with your who’s Ralph Sampson in Studio One. Yeah, one

Brock Yetso  15:51

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of the best he’s ever he is tall. He used to hang around Virginia when I was there. And, you know, you were just awestruck. You know, he’s a legend. And he’s, he’s tall, like, but you know, I love I love our home teams. You know, I’m a Marylander. I’m a lifelong Baltimore. Baltimore Orioles and Ravens fan. So it’s, you know, I know we’re this past week. It’s been a tough week for for certainly unprecedented, unprecedented week. But think about rewind a year ago, two years ago how great. We are right now. I mean, we got some good teams that are doing some great things, some young players. So I’m psyched about the future. I know we got some things we

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:26

got to work through. But Ben burns, baby. Let’s go fire it up.

Brock Yetso  16:29

I mean, Adly rushman. What he’s doing out there the energy. And you know, I’m a Lamar fan. I love what he’s doing for the ravens and I’m all in. I can’t wait to get back home last week. I did. I was very, very blessed to be invited by one of our corporate partners. The CQ Maryland group had myself and my wife out and check this out the look where the strategy they had. We were two to two suites down

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:54

from Taylor Taylor. Did you see Taylor? I

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Brock Yetso  16:57

saw she was as close as me is that crabcake? Really? Yeah. And so and I was trying to play cool like I don’t want to be the guy that was all he was looking at Taylor. I wanted to watch a game which I did. But it’s it’s you’re

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:06

awestruck when a guy with the Grammys camera couldn’t take his eyes. Now. The best part of a tailor for me on the on the Grammys was she knew every word to every song. Yeah, it’s really like I’m rooting for the Chiefs this week. So I just didn’t

Brock Yetso  17:19

know someone asked me Who you rooting for. And I said well, I don’t have you know horse neither game but I do like a guy named Brock party. I’ve always liked that name right. I like Brock.

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:30

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Brock yet so I’m gonna proxy you meet. I don’t meet a whole lot of nesters. Now, there’s

Brock Yetso  17:35

not a lot of us. Yeah,

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:36

I when I meet another nest, it’s a big deal for both of

Brock Yetso  17:39

the elementary school that Brock and I’ve met maybe one or two here or there, but there’s not a ton of us out there. So but I’m a big Baltimore sports fan. And I think the future’s bright,

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Nestor J. Aparicio  17:47

mostly for Brock was Brock Landers. That’s good. That’s good reference. Right.

Brock Yetso  17:52

That’s a great reference. Yeah, that’s great. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. He’s a legend in his own right. Yeah. So. But yeah, back to your question how to find us. We’re obviously on the internet. www dot Almond foundation.org. We got all of our social feeds almond foundation on Insta, Facebook, all that stuff. So nice to meet ya. It’s great. Thank

Nestor J. Aparicio  18:13

you for coming out. I feel awful that I haven’t met you. But I said to my wife. This gives me a chance to invite people like you. Say hello to folks. We’re we’re collecting goods here for the Maryland Food Bank. My son came up with this idea. I’m gonna give him full cream. He’s gonna be executive producing my show with Costas on Tuesday. I caught him with thanksgiving and I had gone. I went to wise markets for groceries. One night there my sponsor, I met the user would I call it you to what you call it Towson commons, whatever you want to call it. But I’m at the Utah wood wise, and my wife parked and there was a big thing in the parking lot. And I’m like, oh, there’s Jamie Costello. Oh, there’s bill from channel two. So I went over and they were about to do their live should we getting groceries six o’clock at night. And Jamie’s out there doing his thing for the food bank. And I’m like, I guess it planted a seed for me. And I said to my son, I want to do a charity thing where I have 100 Brock yet so I was like 100 Vivian, all these people I know charitably, let’s do it all in one week. Let’s make it awesome. Let’s do a Super Bowl week because I’m the Ravens. It’s a long story. It’s I should could be in Las Vegas now but I’m not. And my son said, Well, it’s Super Bowl week, Dad, you gotta do something with crab soup. And I’m like, soup, hunger feeding people. I remember the taste of the NFL and all the work I’d done a wink Ostrowski. I talked to as a spiritual guiding light for hunger. And I said, You know what, we’re going to do food bank. We’re going to do a cup of Super Bowl, and I’m going to have 100 People like you by to tell 100 stories like the great work you’re doing with the almond fund.

Brock Yetso  19:47

That’s amazing. Well, I kudos to you. You gave me the option and when I could come in and appreciate all the great work that you’re doing, but I said fails. I mean, that’s my first. I want to be on the front end, listen,

Nestor J. Aparicio  19:59

and so I sit here in the epicenter and you know of the beginning of the jumbo lump crab cake anywhere in the world right with with Nancy over there doing all the slurry and and all that special mustard that I’ll never know about That’s a secret. I thought to myself, you know this this is going to be something this week to bring people out. Everybody’s gonna have their favorite crab cake. Yeah. And he’s known for 20 minutes

Brock Yetso  20:23

and I love the food bank. food scarcity is such an issue. I mean, we see with our patients and families they just talk to our navigator Maryland on Friday and she says one of the biggest challenges that patients or families are dealing with is x access to nutrition and quality food. So what the food banks doing it’s awesome what

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:38

was on your birthday I want to show people grab that lasagna Greg. You got what why is markets is our sponsor gives me a chance to promote wise, I would eat this lasagna but someone less fortunate than i is going to have this. It’s going to be delicious. Folks who bring in stuff here I got some frosted Lucky Charms. They’re magically delicious. brachetto see your own fun. Please go visit him. You got a 10x the cash lottery ticket here you got number 50. Good luck for you. It’s branch. Number one. I think about that. We’re gonna be moving around all week. We’re Costas on Tuesday. Coco’s on Wednesday. State Fair on Thursday, Pappas and cockys will on Friday all day long nine to five will have good looking distinguished gentlemen like Brock yet so beautiful women like Vivian and Teresa who stopped by earlier as well. We’re stacking them up. Bill McCarthy is going to be here a little later on my friend. Michelle Bresnik wall she’s a who all you? What’s your Virginia people? Is it a Thomas Jefferson thing? Was the quality of education. Was it the liberal lifestyle down there in Charlottesville? What was it? The John Paul Jones

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Brock Yetso  21:35

Arena JPJ It’s a beauty so Springsteen

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:38

there and I’ve seen YouTube Scott Stadium jbjs

Brock Yetso  21:42

Almost two nights for a college arena. I mean, it’s it’s it’s pretty spectacular. I mean, I I was in the rotunda era when we had the you know, the the big old dome. So and but I was in an era when you could walk in as a student and sit in the front row and watch Harold Dean and

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:58

was Terry Holland gone by the time he got there. Terry was

Brock Yetso  22:00

still there. He was still right. But we were so bad. You know, we had a dumpy stadium. We’re really bad now. You can’t even get a ticket there. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  22:07

well, I saw you to do their their big center 360 show there. One night my wife and I got a limo. We went down Yeah. Made the whole night happen. She doesn’t even remember because she slept the whole way home. It was a great night you to play the unforgettable fire was fantastic. And I’ve seen Springsteen twice at your gym down there.

Brock Yetso  22:25

Oh my God, he’s done more than me.

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Nestor J. Aparicio  22:26

But I go in and out. I’ve never spent the night in Charlottesville. I’ve only gone in for concert driven home

Brock Yetso  22:32

where’s your favorite Springsteen was the only time you saw him or

Nestor J. Aparicio  22:34

seen Springsteen 100 times yes yeah my

Brock Yetso  22:38

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my first time see

Nestor J. Aparicio  22:40

I wouldn’t like that

Brock Yetso  22:43

yeah, no, you know where I saw him it was which was I don’t know if it’s my favorite interesting was on Broadway. My wife she splurged? A second row tickets. Yeah, blue sky. Yeah. Music guy. Yeah. I was like, I want more music. There’s a lot of storytelling here. There’s a lot. But yeah, he’s probably shot there’s a Broadway show was a Broadway show.

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:01

Do you see the first version of the second version? The second second. So he talked about his mother dying? Yes. It’s died this week. Yeah, yeah. So I cried both times. I saw the second one. I went back the second time just to Cry some more because my mother had just died. So it was it was one of those things. Yeah, Bruce bring music, sports crabcakes and helping people bringing us together. Alright, Brock yet, so it’s taken me a long time to get him out. Find him out at home and fund. He’s down in Howard County, but they’re doing great work up here in the city as well. Kitchen smelling crab cakes. It feels like it might be getting open here. We’re gonna have great great guests here all week long. So I brought to you by our friends at the Maryland lottery in conjunction with our friends at window nation. I had my funny floppy hat. I lost it here. I’m falling over because we’re on a slanted Florida it’s like a movie theater weathernation 866 90 nation, let them know that I sent you they also do tours. And last but not least, our friends at Jiffy Lube multi care taking great care of us. I’m gonna step out take a break. We got more things ahead. We have live radio all week unless we get knocked off the air. If you’re listening, listen on our stream. We were gonna stream video but 5g is too hard to do all that everything you hear on the radio be able to watch. It’ll all be out of boredom or positive in all of our normal channels on Instagram, on YouTube, all that stuff later on in the month. I’m collecting people this week. I’m gonna watch football up at Hollywood casino on Sunday. And then next week, we’re gonna get back to re promoting all of these charities as well. I am Nestor we are wn St. Am 1570 Live from families in the Lexington market. We’re gonna come back and as soon as I can figure out how to work all of my equipment. I swear we back for more right after this

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