Crab Cake Row: Serving adults with autism via local Itineris with P.J. Shafer and Donald Kropfelder

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Serving adults with autism via local Itineris with P.J. Shafer and Donald Kropfelder at State Fare in Catonsville on “A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week” to benefit The Maryland Food Bank.

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

autism, spectrum, adults, baltimore, maryland, love, pj, son, cookie, ravens, interest, thought, wife, community, komen, job, life, services, give, functioning

SPEAKERS

Donald Kropfelder, PJ. Shafer, Nestor J. Aparicio

Nestor J. Aparicio  00:00

Welcome back to Catonsville we are at State Fair in in a 21228. We’re a Frederick road. We’re doing all this today with our friends at the Maryland lottery of giving out 10 times the cash tickets. Bill COEs here, Kirby phallus here from the Maryland Zoo. We’re going to be having them on a little later on at a reunion of my Eastwood Orioles of 1978 Little League team John Rollo came by and then Mark Carroll kowski walked in, pretended that he wasn’t listening to the show, but he was listening to the show. We fixed all my microphones here, make sure but he’s good. Folks have reached me all week. So I part of this whole cup of Super Bowl deal is I wanted to have 100 different charities 100 different community stories. I’m in the 60s right now. Although we added when when Mark Carroll kowski showed up, and folks have reached back to me and I missed some emails along the way. It’s late comers, PJ Shaffer, Resha. Hey, do we want to come on Thursday? Can you fit us in on mature to fit you in? So we make room for everybody? I was unfamiliar with it interest itinerants, but I’m familiar with PJ Schaefer who is a Facebook sort of friend and Donald crop filter who’s also somebody I, I don’t know how you guys know of me, but you know, of each other. And you’re in this together and you’re doing things for autism. So I certainly want to promote it. Donald, welcome to you as well as you PJ, PJ start the party. Man, you set this thing up and said, I got a story to tell you next. Let’s go. Well,

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PJ. Shafer  01:20

I got I got lots of stories to tell you. But first of all, I’ve been a listener for God, since you’ve been on the radio. You’re the one from day one, right? I’m the one from day one. And I heard you were doing this and day

Nestor J. Aparicio  01:32

one. What’s day one for you? I know what day one was for me. What’s the one died

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25 years ago? Right there. Okay. Well, 32 years ago,

Nestor J. Aparicio  01:42

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if you were listening that summer, I broadcasted from the shed adults.

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I’ve been set out on Timonium, right, you know, wi th,

Nestor J. Aparicio  01:49

you know, back five lightstream. I mean, it’s been, it’s been a minute, it

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has been a minute, so. So I’ve been listening for you for since you’ve been WNS. Well, thank you. That’s wonderful. And huge fan heard you were doing the thing for charities. And I wanted to reach out because I support a lot of Baltimore local charities but not one that’s nearest and dearest to my heart. It’s called it interests. I am there currently their board chairman. And what itinerants does is it provides services to adults on the autism spectrum. So we do sort of a spectrum of things for adults on the spectrum. We go only adults, only adults, okay, anyone enough. There’s some 18 and up. But basically, it interest story is it was started by nine families, all who had adults on the autism spectrum or young adults who are about to be adults, and local, all local TV Hill, headquartered on TV Hill 25th 2015, rock, Rose Avenue, right next, all the TV stations were 2006 It was started

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Nestor J. Aparicio  02:58

were 18 into this same era did free the Burke’s as commander to

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exactly so nine, these nine families had kids who were getting ready to get out of high school and the autism community sort of you get you get services as a kid, because the school system is required by law to provide services till you’re either 18 If you’re graduating from high school, or 21, if you are allowed to remain in high school if you don’t actually graduate. But at 21, you sort of fall off that cliff, there are no more guaranteed services. So these families got together and like well, what are we going to do. So we’ve created itinerants, which is a you know, an organization and a need out of a need, because there really weren’t services there for adults, and it provides training, job skills vocational and pre vocational training. So you know, one of the things that they do is help adults on the spectrum, with language with social skills with any of the skills that you would need to be able to hold a job. It has a day pro It was started first and foremost as a day program where adults come in, and they work on those skills. And part of part of the program is is a lot of the adults on the spectrum have arts and creative things. So we have the drew puzzle creative arts program, and some of the adults make business make make greetings cards and they sell them as part of their micro businesses. So in any way that I timorous can support adults to be creative, live their best life. And again, try to have that journey where they can go ahead and do whatever they can be functioning in the community in the job workforce. So some of what again it is interest is doing is just getting people familiar with being out in the community whether it’s learning to to transact money at the grocery store. Whether it’s just going to the post office or going to a restaurant like this and be able to order off of the menu so it’s building those skills to allow adults to have their live their best life Democrat

Nestor J. Aparicio  05:11

voters also here senior development reps come a little bit toward me so I get you into Canada here absolutely make sure you’re on the backup a half step move. Oh, here we go. How are you? I know your name I know you from my Facebook and like that is small tomorrow man we’ve

Donald Kropfelder  05:25

connected in some way shape or form you before I see you have the be more than pink credentials

Nestor J. Aparicio  05:32

that you that you worked at Coleman so that’s probably where I know you from from back in the day. They felt bad bill they felt bad that I didn’t have a press pass and they made one for me in that nice Susan Susan G. Komen people who was more like, like, three stooges. You say St. Paul. Press press. Yeah, yeah. So Bill Cosby, but thank you and how long have you been with it? I’m

Donald Kropfelder  05:55

probably the newest staff member. I’m a little over a month. Susan G. Komen. I was there five years okay. I was hired there giving director before that. I ran the David crop filter Melanoma Foundation, which is near and dear to my heart. That’s a local Catonsville you know, gentleman from charities

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:11

this week. If each of you do too, every day to 100 recovered. Give me Let talk to me about that because I want to sneak another charity in here. Well,

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Donald Kropfelder  06:21

unfortunately, I had to let go of that when I joined Coleman It was sort of a conflict of interest. It still lives in our hearts but it was the David prop thought or melanoma for education and research. Still love a mouthful and yes, we did. I’m so sorry.

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:36

Thank you melanoma it’s it’s more serious to people think it is correct. I was you hear it you think a little Skink? We

Donald Kropfelder  06:44

just had my little run in again, you see the dermatologist? Absolutely. Where the SPF 5050s? Good. Good number. Okay. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:52

you’ve done skin cancer, you’ve done women’s breast cancer. Now you’re in an autism space, we will change careers. I used to be a sports reporter. They used to let me do this for several it was a big gig for 30 at Faith it you know, when real radio. So we changed careers and things change. I mean, you’re talking about charities today. Because it’s what’s in my heart to do with with the food mix. I love learning about this stuff. Because I mean, honestly, God, sometimes I wonder whether if I were tested, if I have some spectrum thing going on with me, just in a very, very general sense. I’m a pretty directed cat PJ, you know, I’m saying, and I think there’s what I’ve learned as I’ve gotten older, I have a friend who was adult diagnosed, and I’m telling you she was in her 40s and diagnosed with with a form of autism, and it sort of is everywhere in our society. It during the course of my lifetime. It’s grown and grown and grown. And the more it’s grown, the further away we’ve gotten from Rain Man, Rain Man, Rain Man, and that’s the old that has autism. That’s a form. But like, what I’ve learned about this is that there are lots of functioning people with with this, something is a little different for them, or they see things a little differently or perceive things a little bit differently. And I don’t want to throw it all into a basket. I don’t know if I’m on the spectrum, but from adult testing, and from what we used to identify as that’s a little screwed up to No, no, no, that’s a form of autism. Right. Yeah. So

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So back in the day, it used to be one in 10,000. Like when my son was first diagnosed 18 years

Nestor J. Aparicio  08:29

ago. It’s his diagnosis then and what is it now? Is it the same result? Yeah, he

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so our first diagnosis was was really what we call a non diagnosis, where he developed what it is to develop the developmental pediatrician said he may or may not have some characteristics that put him on the autism spectrum. And my wife and I looked at I and I looked at her and like, what do we do with that? And that sort of led us down a journey. You say you want to talk about charities, like my wife and I dove into the autism community. Feet First, CJ sofas famously

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Nestor J. Aparicio  09:02

involved short, a patient who’s done it. And so

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he he started Pathfinders for autism. My wife sits on their board as well. The great organization Pathfinders, they are providing services like sort of referral services. If you need a dentist that’s friendly to the autism community, or if you just don’t know where to go. I

Nestor J. Aparicio  09:26

have a friend whose kid has autism and they play hockey. Yeah. Being hockey

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Pro. Baltimore sequences, a huge grant great organization. Absolutely. Absolutely. Your while.

Donald Kropfelder  09:38

Taking everything, you’re not taking it all. Yeah.

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And quite honestly, I’ve been involved I think with all the Baltimore Baltimore based autism groups. I previously been on the board of autism speaks for the Baltimore DC metro area, spent a lot of years going to the support group that’s run by the Baltimore chapter of the Autism Society. They’re doing good work. If you you know You have a newly diagnosed person, and you’re looking for resources Autism Speaks, or the Baltimore chapter Yeltsin society has support groups at Mt. Washington pediatric hospital, you know, again, what I think now they’ve gone online. But again, there are a lot of great organizations providing a lot of support. Unfortunately, there’s, there’s a lot of need, because again, like I said, when it used to be one in 10,000, I think the most recent number that the state’s putting out is one in 36. People in some way, shape or form diagnosed on the autism spectrum these days. And, again, it is a spectrum. So like you say, you know, we all grew up watching Rain Man, and it was a very extreme, debilitating disease. And looking at the other end of the spectrum, we call them engineers, you know, it’s people who, who don’t necessarily have great social skills,

Nestor J. Aparicio  10:51

I like to think if I do, it’s caught up in brilliance in some way, you know, we all like to think, and

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again, there are people with autism have have some great abilities. And generally, they have weaknesses in language, and they have weaknesses and social skills. But that doesn’t mean that they don’t have intelligence. That doesn’t mean they don’t have the ability to function. It doesn’t mean they don’t have the ability to have relationships and have emotional and feelings. You know, again, I’ve watched my son grow up for the last boy, he’s doing really well to see he’s 21 Now, right, so we’re there. So we were there. And while he is not an itinerant client, my wife and I are sort of doing the things that itinere us would do sort of on our own. And that’s a whole nother story because my wife and I started a school called the Schaefer center which provides services to kids on the spectrum but because we have that ability to provide resources for our own son you know again we your life, right? Absolutely. I will change my life

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:52

record your life in the way my wife’s cancer, it’s sort of like Oh, all right, I’m not gonna fight with this crazy own in many ways, things I don’t think else I want to do. And yet there was a calling for you to know your head. Well, sure. Well, look, I

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I switched careers, I was practicing law. I was at a local law firm. And when when my son got diagnosed, my wife was running her family medical practice business. And I went and switched from from practicing law everyday here in Baltimore, to joining my mother’s financial planning business, which allowed me to have the flexibility to run my son to Kennedy Krieger and speech therapy and all the different therapies. Letter

Nestor J. Aparicio  12:31

Raskin there’s

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a rumor there, there is a room

Nestor J. Aparicio  12:36

right now, over here, and I had a stake in extra practice Leonard slum, and man he’s out Malay right now. 30th anniversary, and he’s looking at sea turtles, he’s probably putting on SPF 50. Stone and himself. You know, I just keep thinking he’s drinking my ties and eating poison when I think he’s doing right now. But he did leave behind the Rascon global a crab ballot, which I still, by the way, that’s it that opens the beer. Right?

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That’s brilliant. That’s brilliant.

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Nestor J. Aparicio  13:03

That’s a twofer. Right. That is known him for 35 years. Yeah, I’ve

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known him. You know, he would say I’ve known you since you were this big. Because he he started in the industry at Maryland Financial Group, sharing an office with my mother. So he goes, you know, he goes back. Again, it was 9819 98 Excuse me, it was 1988 that he started at Maryland Financial Group with my mom. And so when my son was diagnosed on the spectrum, I joined my mother’s Financial Planning Group. Leonard, my mom had gone separate ways and each started their own businesses. But But yeah, if he’s listening, he probably just fell off his beach chair. If

Nestor J. Aparicio  13:41

you bring a picture and send it to him here and here on the right, if he does, he’s just getting to the beach right now. It’s like a third time chain, try to send them to this little place that I liked that has really good sandwiches. So I hope he’s there this morning. I kept saying, you know, go over there, get a little bad. Fill your cooler up with some Malli Britt, you know, do it right, you know, so I hope he’s doing well. Yeah.

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I hope he’s doing well, too. And again, he probably fell off his beach chair, if you heard the name Linda Shaffer, because He probably hasn’t thought of that name in 25 years. Please do. Please do.

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:10

Let him wake up first.

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Let him wake off here, man.

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:13

You’re you guys are both Baltimore. Guys. That’s that’s the beauty. How many of y’all known each other? So?

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A couple of weeks? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, both of you longer do you’ve known each other? Exactly. Exactly. We’re just sort of getting to know each other, though. Yeah,

Donald Kropfelder  14:28

we’re finding that we choose Yes.

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Donald to new add to it interest and a great ad. And we’re happy to have him on board. If

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:37

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you promote your What are you doing? So a couple things. Why do radio real radio row you’d be handled by some really unpleasant person that would throw these papers at me and they’d be all over you and I’d have to read papers. So here’s our big

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our big. Okay, go ahead, read it. That’s our big fundraiser. Okay. You

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:56

are cordially invited. Hot night for all to As it says here, I tend to be on leading the journey for the autism community. exciting entertainment. I guess I’m there interactive activities Photo Booth pre programmed delicious food from Rouge bike and I’ve had their foods delicious. June 22, seven to 11 Orange be first place by then Right? Oh, sure. I hope so. It’s gonna be 2050 Rock, Rose Avenue tickets $200 Each, you can find out more at itinerants dot school auction.net, hot night, what are we going to do on that night besides eat well and drink? Well? Well, we’re

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going to raise a lot of money for autism, and it interest. That’s our big fundraising event of the year. The hot night for autism again, June 22. We’re always looking for partners, we’re always looking for businesses as sponsors. But ideally, again, one of the great things because it interest is providing vocational services for adults on the spectrum. So we’re always looking for businesses, not just to open up their wallet, but we’re looking for them to open up their doors, because we have adults who are looking for jobs. And so if we need employer partners, people who are looking for somebody who will come in and work for them, and may be willing to have a person with a disability who has a job coach who will help them do the job. And so we’re looking for Baltimore businesses who are again looking for people, good people, and we will help place those people into their jobs. So if again, if a company doesn’t want to just open up their their wallet and say, Alright, we’re gonna give open give us a call nonetheless, because we’re looking for business partners that we can place our our clients into their business to work. What kind

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Nestor J. Aparicio  16:36

of jobs are we talking about? It is bussing tables here at State Fair. That’s,

Donald Kropfelder  16:42

that’s possible. I was just gonna give a shout out to Michelle’s granola, just in the short timeframe. Absolutely. I don’t think we’re serving granola here. So I didn’t want to, you know, overstep state fair but yeah, I mean, that’s a perfect example can be someone you know, small as Michelle is granola I’ve seen Becton Dickinson. I’ve heard WR Grace, just in the short timeframe, these types that are stepping up? Absolutely. there and there’s a myriad of things that are available. PJ

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:09

on this on a job placement. Well, you got somebody out there working right now somewhere,

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we’ve got lots of people out there work and you asked what types of things it really is a variety. So we have, we have you know, one adult on the spectrum who likes to fold to their folding towels at a local gym, I have a terrible so so we have you know, we have retail partners who need need things restocked or hung on or, you know, hung on hangers. We have clients doing that we have clients who have, you know, a business venture, replacing vending machine items, filling vending machines. So there are all sorts of, you know, if you have a job, we can probably find a client for you. And the whole point of what it interest is doing is really there getting finding the clients with the job that fits them best because you don’t want us you know, any, any you don’t want to say hey, everybody who’s got a disability is is going to be cleaning the floors or you know, you got to find the right job for the right person.

Nestor J. Aparicio  18:09

What’s your boy like? What what what or where would he fall and so

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he my boy, honestly, he loves three things. He loves movies, he you know, if there was a way to do movie trivia he and be the host for movie trivia. He loves to do that. He also loves building Legos, if there was a job where you could build a Lego sets like maybe LEGO Store. That’s like building Lego if there’s a joy because he likes following instructions. The other thing he loves to do is, is to bake. So again, it’s sort of like the same thing. The the Lego set is building up the pieces and coming up with the end product baking you put the ingredients together you come up with you end up with a cookie. So it’s it’s following instructions to come up with something that either is fun to eat fun to play with autism is what I’m trying exactly. You have a set of simple instructions. Nobody understands autism, right that in the real world, it’s what you’re trying to do exactly. At exotic means. It

Nestor J. Aparicio  19:04

didn’t know it’s not like that. It’s not like rain, man. It’s like this. Yep. Like this for my boy. And that’s

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again, one of the great people on on, you know, in the autism community always says, if you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism, because they’re all different. And quite honestly, it is a spectrum. I mean, it is a spectrum disorder. So some people have language issues. Some people have social issues. Some people have more sensory issues. So I met a

Nestor J. Aparicio  19:34

young man who’s your son’s age now. Out in Phoenix and Mr. Wynn NFL contact, clearly, you know, I’m not keeping that relationship as much anymore. But this person had a I met him at an owner’s meeting and it was out in Arizona. It was a young man. It’s probably 12 or 13 years old, and he met me and we met for 10 minutes and I was nice to him. You know what I mean? at a at a party with billionaire football. donors, whatever. No, you know, like I met him and I talked to him and he talked back and I talked and we talked a little bit. And we said goodbye. And a year later, his father came to me. And he said, I got to talk to him. Like, he said, Listen, I, it’s not weird. My son’s autistic, he’s really obsessed with you. Like, he knows everything about you. He went home, and he learned everything about you. So when you meet him this year, and you got to look, I think he hit puberty then. So you know, like, we went from like, 1213 to 1415. And this is gonna be eight years ago, nine years ago, now seven, eight years ago, so he must be in his early, he’s a little older than your boy. And the next year, I saw him and we talked, and I’ve seen him three or four times in my life. And every time I see him, he knows everything about me. He knows my birthday. He knows my son’s name is my wife’s name. He knows she he recites my history to me. And I’m like, that’s incredible. Yeah. I mean, like, it moves me to tears, because I’m like, Oh, my, like, it’s, it’s such a blessing that I that whatever I did that spark ignited, you know, but his father was like, no, no, you don’t understand. Like, I really, it’s not like this with any like, I don’t know why you, but you and I’m like, I got you bring him over here. Let’s hang out, you know, hang out with him. That’s cool. So I don’t know where he is. You This is this is to Christ. Today, it’s two halves, makes a one. I’m never one and a half. But like, so I’ve had this connection with this young man with autism 3000 miles away that every time his father would reach to me, he’s at Will’s talking about you. Can you talk to him tonight?

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That’s awesome. Sure. That’s all like, yeah,

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:39

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you know, like, literally, yeah. Well, thank you that that’s where you’re sitting. It took me 18 minutes in here to think like, I had a I have a moment in that way. And I didn’t understand it. I don’t need to understand it’s sort of like a weird little miracle. It’s a you know, in a way, right.

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So so it is absolutely a weird, thank you. Well, good for you for making that connection. Because God I thought so not everybody sort of has that, you know, connection with that personality. But

Nestor J. Aparicio  22:08

this was crazy.

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My son, my son is in some of the same ways like anybody he meets, he figures out what their birthday it is, he remembers it. And, you know, we go through every day. And today so and so’s birthday.

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Nestor J. Aparicio  22:22

A birthday. This was listening to the show every day.

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No, no, no, no And absolutely, but but, you know, again, people on the autism spectrum for whatever reason, again, they they will a lot of times do that dive into a topic or a person and really just, again, get to know that very well. And again, you look you go back to to Rain Man, and you know, in that counting cards in the numbers, and some of that stuff is true, because again, while for whatever reason their brains are wired differently, you know, where we can have the emotional connection, they sort of more focused on on names, numbers, memory, memorization, I mean,

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:01

I’m able to have a Fred grouse point Danny or tomorrow, Danny’s Danny’s must be autistic. I mean, Danny’s doing Special Olympics, and then he’s very functioning. And he’s gonna be on the show tomorrow with us. So and Danny loves me too. But he gives me a hard time that says his gig is give me a hard time he’s waving guy, you know, I mean, we’re old school. He’s an OG he’s one of my guys. You know what I mean? So but Danny writes horses for Special Olympics. So we’re gonna be he’s gonna be joining us tomorrow but Pappas, so when I think of I will ask is 92% sure that he’s on the spectrum in that way? And that’s what because he’s, he’s perfectly functioning, you know, he’s not. But but a little different on

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the spectrum. Yeah. And again, not everybody is perfectly perfectly functioning. I don’t think my son could hold a job. But, you know, he still lives lives a meaningful life. He you know, one ravens he he you know, what he does he root for the Ravens he doesn’t watch him show, right. Okay. But he, you know, when if I’m watching the Ravens game, he’ll walk in the hill, he’ll look at who are they playing? And then they’ll say go ravens and, you know, again, he’s he’s a movie. He that’s when we prefer movie. But But yeah, absolutely. He’s, he knows that the chiefs are playing. He knows that. They’re playing San Francisco. He, you know, he knew enough to say, Hey, listen, we’re disappointed the Ravens aren’t there. You know, that’s why I’m here with you today and not tomorrow at office is because I was supposed to be driving up to Philadelphia to pick my daughter up and hop on a flight out to Vegas tomorrow.

Nestor J. Aparicio  24:34

Yeah. Let me fix this for you. Because I’ve been checking the weather. I want to be there. Yeah, I mean, like rain good here. You know, we’ll do that another time. You know what I mean? It’s kind of like when New York Sukkot let’s go to New York different time. Vegas, right. It’s 47 degrees here to go into for us 38 degrees this morning. Right? Yeah. 52 on game day, there’s nothing in Vegas for you. Don’t worry about it. Again. Not the most sorry about that. Tell folks I think and find you and get involved. And I’m really appreciative that you hit me two days ago, mate, she’ll come over here because you made me cry. So

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my pleasure on the best way to get to it, nurses itinerants.org. Our website, purpose. Oh,

Nestor J. Aparicio  25:13

local, right? TV Hill young. How

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Donald Kropfelder  25:15

about a shameless plug the zoo’s right over here, Maryland Zoo, partnering with the zoo on April 6, you can find all this information on this. I don’t make it premium. So new. But I would like to say thank you to Kirby for autism

Nestor J. Aparicio  25:28

on the sixth of April.

Donald Kropfelder  25:32

I love to see the folks out here making use what’s going on. So thank you all. I appreciate it. They sent me some great partnerships that we’re working on this as part of what I

Nestor J. Aparicio  25:39

do is not a marsupial or an animal over there eating a grain of anything to Kirby doesn’t know about.

Donald Kropfelder  25:47

I wonder how I know. That’s

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great. Well, Nestor, thank you for having us. Thank you for promoting it. And Russ Baltimore. I want to voice we’d love to set that up. And we’re trying to help adults on the autism in the Baltimore community and

Nestor J. Aparicio  25:59

he likes me tell him don’t you know, and you know, it’s not worth all that. Well, if you

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like cookies, you know, and you tell him you like his cookies, then you’ll have a friend for life.

Nestor J. Aparicio  26:08

I love cookies, man. Okay, well, I thought about this morning, I this morning I woke up at three in the morning my back’s killing me. And I’m doing all this charity stuff and doing this marathon thing. And I had one cookie of free plug for the Woodley bakery because I love their chocolate chip cookies because they taste just like my next door neighbor made them. It’s just my cookie. And I brought it home. And I had six I’m in a bag. I remember last cookie today. So I gotta get some more get a different dessert for the weekend. I made my coffee. I cleaned everything up for my wife where she got off, you know, had the whole and brought cookie out and put it down and I took one bite and it crumbled all over the place. And I thought, Well, isn’t that a metaphor for life? You know, I love cookies, but they crumble. You know, I’m just thinking like, you know, even the best things in life, make a mess, you know, and sometimes you have to clean up the mess after cooking. I thought, oh, that’s where the cookie crumbles. So I have cookies with your boy, which sounds good. Hayden Hayden. All right. Let me easy to remember. Yeah. Thank you.

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Thank you. Thank you.

Nestor J. Aparicio  27:08

Thank you for joining us here. They did not give me the Susan G. Komen press pass. But they did give me cards. I t i n e r i s baltimore.org. I am Nestor. We are here at State Fair. We are collecting canned goods for the Maryland Food Bank Carmen doe question made me cry twice before 9am. We’re going to be here to five today. We’re going to be Pappas and Cockeysville. On Friday, lots and lots of great guests there. Bill calls coming up soon we’re going to talk Maryland Zoo, and a lot of important stuff going on around here. We’re going to talk about El Guapo and Beaumont in our friends over your state fair. All of it brought to you by friends and family. I didn’t know for you guys. You can ticket you get it. You guys didn’t get your lottery tickets. We’re doing 10 times the cash in the Maryland lottery. Our friends at window nation 866 90 nation I’m getting my doors this year. I had my fun floppy hat on I’m gonna do that. And Jiffy Lube multi care. I had breakfast here. I’m gonna have lunch here, but I’m gonna have dinner at home and I’m going to have lunch dinner tomorrow at Pappas and cockys will bring me canned goods. You get a free cup of soup or bowl. I know it’s clever. Stay with us.

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