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On the Maryland Crab Cake Tour from Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market, Baltimore City Comptroller Bill Henry educates Nestor on his role and the power of a diminished position in local government from two generations ago.


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Bill Henry, Nestor J. Aparicio

Nestor J. Aparicio  00:00


Welcome home we are wn st Towson, Baltimore and Baltimore positive nothing more positive than being here in the epicenter of crepe crabcake Landia. I got Nancy Devine staring at me here on the wall were fatally is that the new Lexington? Well, I don’t know. Let me have they called the new Lexington market is Lexington market at this point. But it’s a beautiful new space here. We have a a defending champion of elections and money here in Baltimore. Bill Emery is going to join us in a moment. It’s all brought to you by the Maryland lottery. I’ve got a PacMan scratch offs. I’m gonna be giving away to folks here momentarily. I have a whole stack of them. This is my last batch of Pac man’s we’re getting the lucky sevens coming in. Next week. We’re going to be at Cooper’s North antimonium On Tuesday, we’re going to be state fair on Thursday before the Orioles game. We’re going to be Coco’s The following week, then Costas, then Pappus we’re also going to be doing Fleet Week in this man city on the 14th. Two weeks from today. We are not going to be here at faint Lee’s before the Orioles Phillies game. We’re going to be at Coopers and Fells Point, celebrating Fleet Week. Bill Henry is a former Councilman and a man of the people in the city ran a very aggressive race couple years ago to become the comptroller of the city has been at least appointed the Democratic candidate this time you’ll be our controller again and we were to talk some money I met you when you were trailing to do this and running against the longtime incumbent that competency and old school and new school and where’s the money and I was a city resident at the time and bottles it’s good to have you on I tried to get you out of a year or two. I tried to drag you here because it’s walking distance right but your your man on the schedule here this summer, right

Bill Henry  01:42

sure. Let’s go with that. It’s walking distance. Well, it all well, well, it

Nestor J. Aparicio  01:46

is walking distance for those of us in which biking distance for the varied it

Bill Henry  01:50

is it is definitely biking distance and it let me rephrase that it should be walking distance more often. I


Nestor J. Aparicio  01:56

want you looking good. You look at you look like you work in the deserts off here. The city and how we’re doing election year. If I had you here six weeks ago, which I had through here, I had Sheila here. I reached the Brandon’s people yesterday because I did not have him on the trail. I didn’t reach to you. I had Zach on the show. But I didn’t have Eric on the show. But I saw so I mean all of you who were running, I couldn’t have everybody on. But the state of the city coming out of COVID to where we are right now. I’m here in the city. I come into the city three, four, sometimes five days a week. I’ll be here again tomorrow, LLS fundraiser at the Renaissance, ultra taze plant at the harbor tomorrow. The Orioles are home all we I mean I’m downtown all the time. I really if I were voting or saying it out loud, I think things have improved in the city since I left the city four years ago, as I see it as he visitor here. I see signs of life. When I come here that I can speak positively. Not in the fox 45 news or the Smith family. Tell her you know newspaper, like whatever any of that is I smell signs of life and I smell it places I go here. How do you feel about that?

Bill Henry  03:10

I’m always bullish on Baltimore. I always think that Baltimore has the, the expression I heard a little while ago was Baltimore has great bones. Yeah, we like we are we are a great old house that used to be really amazing. have maybe seen some not so good days. But there is more than enough to build on to make Baltimore as as wonderful and as fantastic as it ever was. It is it is something I believe that we should always be doing, we should always be trying to make Baltimore even better, we should never rest on our laurels. We should never settle for any of the accomplishments we have achieved. We should just keep going making Baltimore better

Nestor J. Aparicio  04:03

from a financial standpoint. And what happened with the Key Bridge in the port? What part of city revenues the morning that happens? Obviously loss of life, obviously transportation, like all of that, but from the bean counter perspective, which is where you sit as the controller of the city. What did that mean financially short term long term, we got the port open at least we got boats going in and out. deals like that happen pretty quickly.

Bill Henry  04:31


So So actually, ironically, one of the things that I’ve been talking about lately is I’m not actually the finance guy. Okay, you’re not the candidate but but I think that Baltimore was doing better when the comptroller was the finance guy when the we actually separately elected somebody to be our CFO to be our finance guy. I’d rather than make finance. Just one more thing, along with all the other services that the city does that report up to the mayor to


the mayor. Sure. But,

Bill Henry  05:12

but from what

Nestor J. Aparicio  05:13

is under your purview, I mean, literally educate the audience as well as myself as to what is the city controller at this point.


Bill Henry  05:20

So the city controller oversees the office of real estate, which is like the real estate agent for all the different other city agencies that control property. We oversee the Department of telecommunications, we ever seen the municipal post office, both of which are internal services, mostly serving other city agencies. We got the office of accounts payable in a charter amendment that was just done two years ago, where we are now the ones who print the checks and make the payments to vendors and other third party stakeholders who want to pay my water bill that goes to you, right. But if you’re collecting money, the collections is in the finance department collections are something that used to be under the Comptroller, the budget Bureau used to be under the the it was

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:14

fun, like when I when I had to write a check over the writing to the controller, the right literally, at

Bill Henry  06:20

the state level, but still, I had to learn

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:22


how to m and p in it. to spell it. When

Bill Henry  06:26

you pronounce it. Comp, color troller. Controller, the press man at the state at the state level, the comptroller is still the person who collects revenue for the entire state. But here in Baltimore City, they took payroll and accounts payable and collections. Why did that happen? 1964, before Shaffer Shaffer was the first mayor who had more than a term to actually see what it was like to control not only the other city agencies, but also the back office in finance. And that was a big part of what made Shaffer Shaffer if he

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:10

was slipping at that time, right. Like part of that was a measurement of like power for the mayor, to say I need the money in order to be able to do the job. Right.

Bill Henry  07:18

So that was what that was the claim McKeldin made


Nestor J. Aparicio  07:24

that was white original white flight original people that when the when the when the population shrunk,

Bill Henry  07:30

they said that they wanted to professionalize the city finances, and instead of electing someone to be in charge of them, they wanted to bring in a professional sign and then have that professional report to the mayor.

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:47

Okay, had there been corruption, as you know it to a was Was there something that led to that? Everybody getting on board for that?

Bill Henry  07:56


Honest to God, I think what pushed the straw over the camel’s back x was, was the fact that they had just elected Prime impressment to be the new Comptroller, and McKeldin and all the other sort of whatever passed for the the people behind the themes of those days, they did not think that Iman would play ball with them. And they did not want to run the risk of the comptroller actually interfere, stopping for things that they were doing things now. So it was just easier to move everything under the mirror. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  08:42

what does that so on a daily basis decisions that are made by you that would have been different than your predecessors, or things that you could brag about, from an elected standpoint to say, these are things we’ve changed around here since the day I met you, in the Old Market six, seven years ago, whenever it was when you’re thrown in for the campaign. And I mean, I knew of you through the city, and I think I’d seen you out you’re a sports guy, and I’m using any we have things in common. But talking about lifting the city in your goal to say, I want this job, I’m gonna run for this job. Nobody else wanted this job. Nobody still wants the job. But but for for you having the job the last four years. What are you proud of stuff? So

Bill Henry  09:21

what I’m proudest of is two things. One, I think we have succeeded at modernizing how the office works. We took over an office in 2020. During the I was gonna say the hype of maybe the depth of the pandemic, we took over an office that ran entirely on paper and could not do any of the work that it needed to do in in what at that point was a safe fashion in the fence of people could not work remotely or separated from each other. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  09:54

when I think safe I think about running money and the Internet Chinese skin dams and, you know, things that locked down governments literally that like hostage stuff, or the word ransom that hostage should be.


Bill Henry  10:09

So the things I’m proudest of are both the modernization that we’ve done in doing. And in doing that we’ve also made government more open and more transparent, and hopefully more accountable. But the other thing I’m proud of is bringing a different attitude towards how the office functions where we don’t just worry about putting together an agenda for a board of estimates meeting which, honestly, it kind of felt like that was the point under my predecessor,

Nestor J. Aparicio  10:46

just went over that meeting when that meeting is you’re good the rest of the year, like it was

Bill Henry  10:50

it was that they were just worried about making sure that everything was on the agenda and that the numbers matched. And we are looking at it more from a critical review perspective. Should this be on the agenda? Should we be doing this? Should the city be spending this much money to do this thing? And so what

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:13


is the city spend the most amount of money on?

Bill Henry  11:17

Or technically people? Okay, yeah, I mean, we spend most of our money on the people who are providing the service that city residents need. I was

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:28

so disheartened. I mean, I didn’t leave the city because I always say this, because I always have to apologize. They need the city people like my place sold. We were good to live in the city. We found the place in the county. We looked in four counties. I told Barry GLASSMAN THAT I told I told Calvin Ball and I looked at our County, Delaware, Maryland, we wanted the settling in Baltimore County. Businesses, right, like so I’m closer to my work. My wife can work anywhere. We found a good situation. But I’m not the guy that left the city because I’m mad at the mayor mad at the government are mad at any of that. I love the city. But part of leaving it gives that question and then i i see the election. I had Sheila standing here and through standing here. We talked about all these issues. I saw people factionalized and I’m wishy olam with whoever some we had an election that in my district was sacked Blanchard and Eric Costello that went down to, you know, that was paper ballots like so. But all that being said, nobody voted as i i woke up the next day. And I’m thinking for all the bluster I gave it you give it the importance that you know it as that every citizen knows it as black, white, young, old, we know it’s important. People didn’t vote. And that’s really the

Bill Henry  12:42

one of the one of the interesting observations I had was that I got roughly the same number of votes in 2024, that I got in 2020. But in 2020, somebody else running for my same office also got 60,000, on top of the 74,000 that I got. So it’s like a whole other half of the electorate didn’t, didn’t show up. And here’s what I will say is the biggest difference between last time and this time. Some because I’ve heard a lot of people out there attributing it to well, you know, there was no real interest in prime interesting primary for President. So that’s why people didn’t vote. What people have forgotten was that in 2020, because this was happening during the pandemic, we mailed everybody ballots, we actually sent that we didn’t say, let’s send us something to let us know that you would like a ballot. Right? We actually just sent everybody a ballot. And surprise, surprise, more people voted.


Nestor J. Aparicio  14:04

I don’t know what we could do as a society right in that

Bill Henry  14:07

particular send everybody ballots, like like, like, at the end of the day. What is easier, taking a piece of mail that already came to your home, filling it out and putting it back in the box for the postman to collect and take back or going out of your way during early voting or election day to go somewhere and stand in line and vote. I’m not saying person

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:39

this year and moved to the county I just wanted to go do it in person like to honor my parents in some way. Because the way I used to take my mother to vote so on election day, my mom miss my mother. Yeah, I went to my parents gravesite that day because like I miss my parents, right? Not knock like literally taking my mother. So I went to vote. And when I went there, Bill, it was like the kids Ain’t anybody all day, they like gave me applause when

Bill Henry  15:02


I showed up, you know what they might that might just be like, red

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:06

carpet treatment for these people. And I’m thinking it was was a weird experience, because I walked in and out and didn’t see another soul other than election. Like there was no one in the parking lot. There was no one in the enemy flyers like all of that pomp and circumstance. My dad and I, and I used to tell Ted minutos this, so it’s not weird. People say, Oh, well, Nestor, you did sports all these years. Why do you have these politicians with my father in 1976, I was out handing out leaflets for John Chua. And then it always would say I beat his ass tonight. And he did. But But I mean, I was politically active Schoolhouse Rock as an eight year old. Yeah, my father believed in that in America. But if

Bill Henry  15:43

you’re if you’re out in the county, then the only things on the ballot for you were president, Senator, Congress, all important. And Judge judges.

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:53

I mean, if you’re voting between Tron and also Brooks, that’s an important election, right? No, I’m


Bill Henry  15:58

not knocking it. I’m just saying that. That even in the city, where you had, where you had all of those same races, and you also had the mayor, the council president, and in a lot of districts hyperlocal, even then, it’s hard to get people to go out of their way to do things. And honestly, I’m not going to knock the internet. But I’m going to say that the internet has done a lot to make people comfortable with trying to do stuff from home. Sure, and if we could vote safely and securely over the internet, and we cases that’s that is a hard that’s a hard sell to the legislature will look to. And I’ll say this, I’m not I’m not saying you’re wrong. I’m not saying if

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:52

I’m not playing the D card or the art card, because I know which way you vote on this on. But you know, the guy who was a former president was convicted less than a 34 Council fraud about hush money to a porn star. He’s on tape shaking down an election official in Georgia, like so to me of all of the egregious starting an insurrection, walking away from it, allowing his vice president to maybe be behind and like all the things that happen, death on the steps of the Capitol, all of that he was trying to shake down on election efficient Yeah, like to me that’s that’s much more important than whatever you

Bill Henry  17:32

do you do not want to get me started

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:39


and then I want to talk baseball with you.

Bill Henry  17:41

The well first of all, I think I like many Americans was relieved by the by the by the verdict. You can’t get away with it. It was good to see that. We actually went through the whole legal process and a jury of all US peers citizens jury of citizens agreed that it doesn’t matter if you used to be President of the United States you cannot break the law without consequences

Nestor J. Aparicio  18:22

That’s America it’s actually merits which should actually gives me more confidence in our country to your point right

Bill Henry  18:27

that’s why I’m I’m trying to be bullish Well, I’m


Nestor J. Aparicio  18:30

trying to get confidence here in Baltimore weren’t likely to mark would fade Lee’s I would break out a crab cake. I got my PacMan scratch. I was Bill Henry’s here. He’s the comptroller of Baltimore. I want to say it the way home and print comptroller. It’s we would say Baltimore and the rebound the Baltimore from me and Fox News aside and carjackings and wherever you want to go with murder rate being down but still too many where you want to go with shootings too many like I get I’ll I’ll give you all of that and I’ve walked the streets of LA I’ve been in Inglewood this week walking. I’ve been in New York City I did more steps in New York City in New Jersey last week and so I traveled the country. I’ve seen cities get better get worse the earth was messy a couple years ago coming back a little bit lot of empty storefronts, less trash less homework, you know I’m seeing signs as because I do a lot of walking this city here CFG Bank Arena bringing people down I’m not coming to the city anymore unless Garth Brooks was I don’t go to the city I’ll never go to city get Gunnar Henderson gonna hit a grand slam I’ll come to city to me the Orioles and the and I’m going to stay on this with Mr. Rubenstein. I’m still banned. As a medium. Yeah, I know. It’s incredible. But I’m still banned as a medium member. But the questions for him and his intent at $1.7 billion dollars and we see 40,000 people down here for ketchup mustard relish races here the other day, right? There’s trout ears. We’re here. As always relish I gotta be real. Gotta be real always relish it There’s something happened in here for the city and people coming back to the city. And I think baseball is really, you can’t go use the harbor in the same way that you may be used to or want to. And there’s gonna be construction there at some point, hopefully soon. But the Orioles are a magnet to bring people back downtown. And this winning thing is something that I know it’s in your heart. We’re of a similar age and a similar era as we give you some oxygen because on a daily basis, it it’s four hours out of your day in mind that we weren’t given it for a little while, right? Well,

Bill Henry  20:27

well, now it’s more like three hours, okay. But hey, that’s not a complaint. That’s not a complaint, I actually am loving the fact that the games move along, even if they win every other night. Now, that’s also more true, it wouldn’t it wouldn’t help that they’re faster, as much if, if we weren’t winning, if we weren’t making as many of them. But I say this completely seriously. And, like you say, worrying about things like the Baltimore economy, I see a faster ballgame. As the people who leave the ballpark more likely to stick around downtown and do something else we gotta get that someone else to do to rather than just immediately hopping in their cars and heading back out of town. And yeah, the CF arena has been just I hesitate to call it a godsend but I have seen and heard more people talk about seeing shows at the arena then I probably in 10 years

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:38

I’ve seen a dozen shows in the first year you know once a month something grabs me and then the compelling how

Bill Henry  21:45


many how many shows that you’ve seen that the arena in the previous tenure? Well

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:49

I lived downtown for 20 years but but it was twice a year yeah. And I loved when the shows I can tell you Skinner played down your Van Halen played Danner Springsteen but I could walk Yeah, I loved living down to the Benny for me anytime a show played pier six. You can that was that wasn’t coming,

Bill Henry  22:06

you can come back anytime I like one of the reasons like I know, you said that the elected and I will come back if you give you crap for moving out to the county. I’m not gonna give you crap for moving in County. I’m gonna keep talking to you about the fact that more fun things are happening. And you keep telling us what you want to feed downtown. You, we build it, you come back. That’s what I wanted.

Nestor J. Aparicio  22:28

What am I allowed to complain to you about that? You wouldn’t say take that the brand and trash pickup. You know, like, seriously, like, what do people complain to the comptroller about that would be different than the mayor. What? What could you be helpful with? I call you and say potholes. You’re like, that’s not me. Right? Like, yeah, right. I mean, but what is you people


Bill Henry  22:47

complain to me about individual items on the board of estimate agenda that either shouldn’t be there, or we should be doing something big ticket items, big ticket items, like the conduit deal that we made with BV. Last year, okay. People came to me and had concerns about that. My job was to share those concerns with the rest of the city. I did. You know, journalists covered that. You know, I talked to people out at community meetings, I knew that the story was getting out. But at the end of the day, because of the system we had, the mayor could just make it happen, regardless of the complaints or concerns and the questions. What people now bring me is, well, should the mayor be that all powerful?

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:40

Well, I’ve been talking about that since before mayor Scott was mayor Scott, right. Like, it’s not about like, it’s about the job, right? Yeah, it’s about the job and things that were changed two generations ago, when we began the conversation,

Bill Henry  23:53

which, which is why the thing I’m pushing right now is, let’s look at the fact that it’s not like, we’ve made things better in some way, by taking in elected officials, direct awareness and attention off of the finance stuff. If, if I if we talk about the things I’m proud of, for what I’ve done in the comptroller’s office, one of the big things and I’m proud of is bringing an attitude of thinking of the residents of Baltimore first over what’s easy for us to do as a bureaucracy. Like one saw that as

Nestor J. Aparicio  24:42


a councilman, right, I saw that. That’s why you ran and what are you talking to me about that when you were hopeful to be one

Bill Henry  24:48

of the things that I have seen over the years is a lot of well meaning good intention people running city agencies, it’s easy for them to get captured. By the bureaucracy to the point where they start to think of their department, and what makes things work well for their department, as being more important than what makes things good for the people of Baltimore, and you have to, as a manager, be on that, and pushing that message of thinking of the people of Baltimore first, you’ve got to be pushing that message down the chain, every day, all day. And if you have 20, some agencies to be responsible for, it’s with 1000s of employees with 1000s of employees, it’s entirely likely you’re not pushing that message down to each one of them with the same vigor and the same focus and passion that you can when you only have four or five agencies.

Nestor J. Aparicio  25:58

Sure, they’ll Henry’s here, he’s the comptroller of the city of Baltimore, they just opened the door, their credit crabcakes blowing through year. And word phaleas People, people come in here and then it’s take pictures of the place. And Jamie tells the great she’s gonna come on a little bit because we’re talking about this, but she tells the story people call me or now and then they look and she made me laugh. She said, they come in and then like, it looks just like it did on TV. And of course that was shot at the other location.

Bill Henry  26:26

Jeff and I were talking about that. They’ve done a great million repackaging all of the elements and memories from from the other location to this new location, but they get the benefit of all the extra natural light and a better flow better pedestrian.


Nestor J. Aparicio  26:47

Here’s an outdoor deck here we did the crab races out there two weeks ago. And you know what, I didn’t think much of it because I hadn’t thought about how nice the weather could be. Because I’ve been coming here January, February, March. Today, or no game here. We’re down here if you’re not here getting a crab cake and a beer my wife, my wife took my beer she it’s her birthday she had she had a beer, she left it for me, but it’s gone somehow, some way. But Bill embers here. You know, I think for the accountability and for your transparency with me and our relationship coming and doing this. This is all I asked if anybody’s elected come come and tell me what you do educate people. We need more of that. Right. The ignorance is that is the enemy right? I mean, why is educating people and saying that we need more people to vote, we need more people to care to lift the city. Like

Bill Henry  27:34

if you don’t like explaining what you do and what government should be doing. Government may not be for you.

Nestor J. Aparicio  27:42

The government wasn’t for me, but Bill Henry’s here word fade. These were brought to you by the Maryland lottery I back man scratch offs to give away. You got a fever.

Bill Henry  27:51


Oh, yeah, I’m looking forward to this season favorite player yet? I try not to. I’m

Nestor J. Aparicio  27:57

taking Ryan O’Hearn lately. Okay. Like rutschman are handled. It’s easy to like, like the ace. You know, okay. Okay. Okay. I’m a Westberg. Guy to

Bill Henry  28:08

just between you, me and everybody who’s watching

Nestor J. Aparicio  28:17

Oh, Putin cows, your guy. It’s the beard. I think it’s a beard. See you in a cow. What are you gonna have you out there splashing people can try


Bill Henry  28:25

to be Mr. would be so much. Do you

Nestor J. Aparicio  28:29

be really good at it? Yeah. All right. Well, I mean, hopefully they hit a lot of homeruns driving to run this weekend. A lot of American League East activity. Luke was here talking to nerdy of walks. And on base percentage. We had a good time with that. And the damy and Alicia are gonna come here, we’re gonna talk about seafood. They offered me snake head two weeks ago, and I didn’t. I didn’t put two and two together because I was eating crab cake and sometimes I’m in the mood for they do fried oysters really well here. But today, they don’t have any snakehead, but I want to if you had snake head yet, I like fish. I like blue. Catfish. So the invasive catfish I mean, I’ll put lemon pepper on that and eat that all you know fishy guy now I’m

Bill Henry  29:08

not a fish guy. At all. I know. I’m crab shrimp lobster. But not fish. Scallops. Crab fish. I’m sorry. Crab shrimp lobster.

Nestor J. Aparicio  29:20


Hold on. If you like Trump, you need scallops. You don’t like him? He just won’t eat clams oyster. No. Everything’s fine.

Bill Henry  29:28

I’ve had fried clams and that’s kind of okay, I don’t I don’t like the oysters.

Nestor J. Aparicio  29:32

Or you crab cake guy or when you sit in crab crabs, your robot. I would prefer

Bill Henry  29:36

the crab cake but I can sit and pick crabs elected so get their hands dirty. It’s just more efficient. Like


Nestor J. Aparicio  29:47

I hear people say that all the time. They don’t eat crabs. And I’m like, when

Bill Henry  29:50

when when I have the urge to do the actual sitting and picking crabs. What I use that for is steamed shrimp

Nestor J. Aparicio  30:00

I use that for socialize with obey. They’re drinking.

Bill Henry  30:05


beer drinking forgive.

Nestor J. Aparicio  30:06

I eat a lot, you know, I mean for being a skinny guy, but there’s something about, I don’t eat socially, Korean barbecue maybe because you kind of take your time with a little bit. But other than that crabs is the ultimate breaking bread. It’s the Baltimore’s way of breaking bread. It’s where we sit down, and we spend time together. You can’t be in a hurry. When you’re eating crabs. You can talk when you’re eating crabs, because your mouse never full. You’re, it’s like, I don’t like golf. I would rather eat crabs for a couple of hours to hang out and be a guy with you.

Bill Henry  30:42

I’m thinking I’m thinking about the breaking bread. Feel like when you want that, that? That that meal

Nestor J. Aparicio  30:48

of togetherness, right? That’s Sunday. Sunday brunch. I’m


Bill Henry  30:51

gonna I’m gonna be completely honest with you that for me, that’s, that’s a lasagna meal.

Nestor J. Aparicio  30:58

All right. Italian family.

Bill Henry  31:01

That’s like a big a big tray of lasagna in the middle of the table.

Nestor J. Aparicio  31:05


Every Italian I know used to do this feast and fishes for Christmas. I don’t like it that much. Too much fish. I mean, I’ve got no no offense or offensive fame. These mean, I don’t need to have seven different fishes

Bill Henry  31:16

on us already the perfect. The perfect fit. Well, that’s fine.

Nestor J. Aparicio  31:19

I’ll take you to meet us next week. We’ll do that Bill Henry’s here. It’s also a Baltimore City. So I’m actually having dinner to meet us tomorrow because my wife is a leukemia survivor to Tom leukemia survivor. And the folks in Leukemia Lymphoma Society are having their visionary of the years be called Man of the Year a woman of the year they call it visionary or they’re doing that the Renaissance on Saturday, alternate day, my girl was performing over at the harbor. So I’m skipping out of the Leukemia event to go get free with altra and do my thing. So I’m your girl. bar girl couple times outstanding. Well, that’s Baltimore on a weekend and only mentioned that the orals are home all weekend so he’s got the city locked down. Come bring him your money. He’s the controller of Baltimore leaves something behind for mayor Scott as well. We’re down here in Lexington. You have to stop calling it the new Lexington market. There’s only one likes in the market. This is such a beautiful, they’ve done a great job with this. city’s getting better. That’s what I’m talking about. Get down here to Lexington market. Don’t Henry’s out here. He’s got business to run here on a Friday afternoon. Looks at the ballpark. We’re back for more from families. We’re Baltimore positive stay with us.

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