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Leonard Raskin joins Nestor at Faidley’s Seafood in the World Famous Lexington Market for a Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop and plenty of sports signs of life in fall for Baltimore fans.


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Nestor Aparicio, Leonard Raskin

Nestor Aparicio  00:00

Welcome back wn S T tasmota more and Baltimore positive were positively at fade Lee’s at the world famous Lexington market to me has been telling me like we’re going to have one more show here in December. They’re going to be in the new market at some point in early 24. But we’re here right now I’ve already had a crab cake. I’ve had fried oysters let a raskins gonna get some more it’s all brought to you by our friends at the Maryland lottery. I have the new Raven scratch also I have to give these out as part of our that’s number one there hope you get the winner there. But yeah, so we’re here I’m giving these out. Our friends window nation are also here. I got the floppy hat. doing my thing. 866 90 nation one There you go. Merry Christmas. Here you go. i It’s so much fun to have a lottery tickets. Also brought winners I gotta get i gotta tell Jiffy Lube, get some love. Well, let her ask you this. Here he is our sponsor for all things the American dream and powering people to choose their financial future. And Rasca Also, the beer bottle opener. We spent time together to Oreo game on Thursday night. Oh, they lost. I’m not going to game with you.


Leonard Raskin  01:09

Oh in three. Oh, in three days here I stay the hell look I got I got home from the game. I got home from the game I posted right on Facebook. When I got in the house. I’m Oh in three. I’m not going back. This is terrible. playoffs World Series. What am I going to do? Oh and three

Nestor Aparicio  01:26

look confident enough to me on Thursday night when I was spending time.

Leonard Raskin  01:29

You know, the team didn’t look confident to me. A lot of bad swings when when Anthony Santander gets the golden sombrero Oh, for for strikeout pressing. That’s exactly what I was gonna say. Bases loaded, no outs, they get one run Adly comes up swings at the first pitch hits into a double play. What is going on?

Nestor Aparicio  01:50


Well, I’d say by the time people listen to this early next week, ravens do their thing and Cincinnati and this week. But as we sit here right now, in the beginning of this, I want to be nervous for a minute that we can get into other things. Yeah. I’m not ready for like two weeks of back and forth trying to just avoid the by and then having to deal with whatever this weekend is every day. Playoff baseball is right now. It’s nerve racking. It’s

Leonard Raskin  02:21

right now look, these guys are young. They’ve never been here that they a couple of things. I think first they’ve never been in this situation. Okay, they’re not they’re not the underdog. They’re the favorite. Going into the series are in first place. You got to split stadiums getting full stadiums getting full Friday night sold out for Adam Jones. You got to split you got to end this series, right where you started at worst you gotta be to up. And so you know, nobody went Mike Tyson say everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the face. Well, yeah. And the line got punched in the face. But but the thing is, every game, every game was tampered this year has been tight. It’s been one run games. There’s been some extra inning. It’s been tough. They’re two really good teams.

Nestor Aparicio  03:01

Well in the you might see him again a couple weeks now. Right. Right, man.

Leonard Raskin  03:05

So this is a big series. They got to they got to split and I think they’re pressing. I think the President I think the other thing is a lot of these kids you look at I mean, look, Gunner crushed a home run still, but he hadn’t played this many games. These guys are pitchers especially these guys right? They’re throwing Bradish through a beautiful game you give up for that’s okay. That’s okay. But for when I was sitting with you know, three of the four three of the for the other one was a blast later. But, but I think depression a little. I think pitchers are throwing it out a little. But all in all, they just have to win got to take you got to split series, and and play like they’ve been playing all year. Just do what they’ve done. They don’t have to do anything extra that just do what they’ve done.


Nestor Aparicio  03:49

Well, one of the things about you sponsoring the show and give me this Crazy Crab mallet, you have an annual event that’s coming up in a couple of weeks for all of your friends, clients, everybody in your life. Yep. And it always always is a crab feast. Absolutely. It was always crabs, crabs, and you know your Baltimore guy not to bring you to fade Lee’s I said to you, you’ve been famous for you like yeah, of course. I’ve been failures, everybody and had been families lately. Well, it’s been a little while back. You brought people here?

Leonard Raskin  04:17

I did. We had a conference, National Conference of not just financial advisors, but it was people from all business walks of life. It was a how to produce better results in your business. Okay, it was what what are the things you’re missing in your process that will help you up up your business enhance your service model? I think the best best analogy I can use is make your business more Disney like okay. How do you Wow souped up how do you wow your folks. And one of the things that Disney trained his his managers his people to do is I don’t remember the exact name of it. I think it’s I think it’s called one The upper or x Upper 10x up or whatever it is. But the goal was, how do we do things better, stronger, faster and make people happier at Disney? And then when we get that down? How do we do it just a little bit better. And that was what this conference was about. How do we do things just a little bit better to make people more excited, more happy and motivated. People hear the one like a crab cake and what well, they they we had a lunch we had it was a two day conference. And we had lunch and lunch was on your own breakfast and dinner were provided by the conference lunch was on your own and we’re in Baltimore. They said, What do we do for food and the guy had a list. He had a traditional you come from people from out of town, you hand them a list of a dozen places, you can go to lunch once you get to a Cheesecake Factory in Baltimore. Right? Right. So are xootr still open? I don’t even know. Anyway, Hooters

Nestor Aparicio  05:48

is open at the harbor. I almost went in there for old times. Thursday night. Wow. I was telling Jamie we parked the car. Park down by the mechanic. And we were I was thinking about coming up here get a crab cake. It was a little late because she closed around 530. But we were like going to go to a meat cheese but didn’t have time. Right. We went up and a free plug for Ramona Tsuki fantastic place. Really. It’s a great place. And I we got some quick Japanese food which very quickly, but we walked past the Hyatt. And we looked over and the first thing my wife’s like, hi, stay in business in that new location. Because the old location was great, right? I did show there many times. Right? Yeah. And my wife’s like, Look, if there’s a line at the ramen place. I’ll do the wings. But you know, but that’s it.

Leonard Raskin  06:36


still open. So cold beer. I know that but who’s going to hear I said, put that list away. So I’m, I’m the only guy in the conference from Baltimore. Everybody else all over the country. Well, they had to listen to you that right. So they said Where should we go? So we should go to fade? Lee’s so we’re down at the harbor doesn’t have us walked over. They said what do we get? So what do you get? You get a crab cake. What do you mean? What do you number one? Maybe you get a crab cake. So we walked in? They said okay, where do we sit down? I said you don’t sit down. You walk through the line. You get your food. You come over here

Nestor Aparicio  07:09

when you weren’t here and you Amy and I were talking about her new Gucci place and Catonsville the fishmongers daughter, and I said, weird it’s going to be to like sit down and have someone take my order. And they’re going to bring me a favor these crabcake on like a hard plate with like forks and knives that that’s weird, man, that sounds weird. But she said that she said we’re still having this. That’s right. She said Will we be at nighttime, we’ll do like service like that. Like at lunchtime, you’ll still be able to a man you gotta have stand next

Leonard Raskin  07:42

to crab cake. Baltimore and then I don’t I don’t know. You don’t have dessert. Right? You don’t have dessert. Now we usually like the rest of the market. The market and mark so right, so So here’s my thing. Gotta do the crab cake. You got to do the ice cream? No. No, after the crab cake. You gotta have burger cookie. Yeah, you gotta go burger cookies, baby. Come on. If you’re doing crabs, okay, here’s my thing. Your real Baltimore guy do crabs. You do vanilla ice cream after vanilla ice cream. But if you do crab cakes, you cap it off with a burger cookie. That’s a beautiful thing. The right learn things.

Nestor Aparicio  08:22

People to to find their their best selves and money and the American dream and all what does that mean to people? Like, what do you do? Damian just met you? What


Leonard Raskin  08:30

do you do? What do you do? So so we do financial consulting. That’s what we do. But but that’s not what we’re known for. It’s not what we’re about. What we’re known for is for business owners. We help business owners get their time back have their life. So they can in their business and in their family and in their life, do the things they want to do have the American dream, do whatever it is that they want to do, their business provides for them. Nobody that we’ve ever worked with, that owns a business, their goal is to grow the business, grow the business, grow the business, it’s drunk, grow the business so you can put the kids through school so you can retire someday, so you can help charity go to Bora Bora. So you can do whatever you want to do. So you can enjoy the Orioles playoffs and maybe they win when you’re there. So that so you can have the life you want and you can afford playoff tickets, right? And that’s, that’s done through the operation of your business. So we handle investments, we handle insurance, we help people with tax planning, we help people with estate planning but when you get right down to it, it’s helping entrepreneurs helping executives helping people understand how to use their money to create whatever it is that they want in their life. And make sure that they’re not ruled by their job ruled by their business but that it’s a means to create what they want rather than oh my god, I gotta be there. 40 hours 80 hours 200 hours. You know how

Nestor Aparicio  09:46

to me this morning my back hurt this morning. I got up early the Orioles lost man I loved Amy I love families I knew the copy I know what’s gonna see you I was with for the one thing I did when I was packing my stuff. My back hurt and I didn’t feel like grabbing any of this stuff. I thought a chance to take them I press press because my back hurt that angered me this morning. But then I I picked this stuff up and I thought I’m gonna be with friends today I’ll get through this you know, I’m gonna I’m gonna make it through this yesterday, but like this, there’s some days it feels like a job you know? Well that’s right and then you feel like getting out of this. That’s right. I’m gonna see kick Sunday night. All right, and you know, I’ll

Leonard Raskin  10:22

make it I’ll make it. I’m getting a belt buckle.

Nestor Aparicio  10:25


I’m getting my Eagles belt buckle There you go. I wore that for the comp state eagles.

Leonard Raskin  10:31

There you go. So you’re getting another belt buckle, you’re going on another trip, your wife’s going on another trip you’re gonna have the ability to go to another concert to have to hang out with your son and and have that life and so you do this so that that and what I do is I step in the middle of this and that and make sure you do the right things to get as much of that as this can provide. That’s what I’m about. All right. That’s what we’re

Nestor Aparicio  10:57

that’s it let Raskin Raskin global he loves sports as much as you do. He loves the American dream as well. He’s got a great crab feast coming so the story behind this thing you said you have trouble getting these?

Leonard Raskin  11:06

Well, we we found them and we wanted to get them for our crab feast our annual crab feast. Find some friends seeing these Namie right. Yeah. And and we found this with a bottle opener on the end. And I said that that is magnificent. And we went online that’s Disney there is that’s a wow, there is one supplier of these. That’s it one place where we found them.


Nestor Aparicio  11:30

And patent pending. Eu seven knows ID or no. Oh 706090 Made in USA

Leonard Raskin  11:38

and the gal that makes them the company that makes them because I guess the plague had supply chain issues and couldn’t guarantee us that they could produce enough of them in time for the crab feast. Like Oh, no. So

Nestor Aparicio  11:53

you got more now you’re gonna backordered ahead. Okay. So we

Leonard Raskin  11:57


have a stash of these for people that if they come in and want one we can give you

Nestor Aparicio  12:02

one I’ve been holding this one up. I carry my bag with my window nation had in mind my lottery tickets, I’ll get some Jiffy Lube swag to summon carry with me the whole time. It’s clean. And I kept telling him we’re gonna go eat crabs. We ate crabs together, but six weeks ago, and I didn’t bring it right. So we’re over Costas. I’m banging crabs. And I said I forgot your mallet. And then my wife bought crab legs. She made a big vat of crab soup. It had all that okra and stuff that you guys made fun of. It was so delicious. Made in Labor Day weekend. So good. She brought him crab legs. And they were in the soup. And she didn’t want to mess with them. And they’re all washed out because they’ve been in the soup anyway, but I’ll eat them. So she’s like, this is a crab melon in the drawer. And I reached in. And it was the used one that I didn’t even know we had I said go how do we get to? That was mine from last year. I’m like, oh, so I used it when

Leonard Raskin  12:58

we give it to people coming into the crab feast. But some people don’t want to use it. So they we have regular ones for the for if you want to use it. As far as I’m concerned, if you don’t use it didn’t serve its purpose. It’s to be used

Nestor Aparicio  13:12

to be used to be open and to


Leonard Raskin  13:14

use it to open up here. It’s fantastic. So playoffs and

Nestor Aparicio  13:18

playoff tickets and playoff money. I want to talk to you about this. I had a dear friend of mine, who lives in Dundalk. I’ve known her whole life. She had some tickets. She had some financial challenges. I bought a couple tickets from her Thursday night for the game. I think I saw you out there. And she said I can’t afford the playoff tickets. Then I was with a friend who’s a business owner who runs a business and got the order got the order form. So it’s $12,000 to buy the playoffs. Wow.

Leonard Raskin  13:49

How many tickets? That can’t be one seat.

Nestor Aparicio  13:53


That’s 11 potential games. Right? Right. But

Leonard Raskin  13:57

how leverage potential games how many seats for four seats? Okay, so how much was that? 12 grand, it’s three grand, three grand strip for 11 tickets. Okay. I was gonna say 12 grand one ticket that would be ridiculous. So grant that’s that’s, that’s, that’s going so.

Nestor Aparicio  14:13

The city’s about to get an awakening on this. And I’ve talked about it, it makes it makes me

Leonard Raskin  14:20

it’s gonna sell out. I’m telling you people are gonna buy it. It’s such. I mean, when’s the last time we we were in the playoffs with hope?


Nestor Aparicio  14:27

I’m not here to say you won’t sell out. I’m saying that the price structure of her yeah. Is going to be fascinating for the fans. Yeah. Who this week didn’t want to spend $6 $8 to go out there. Just to see leave

Leonard Raskin  14:43

how few people were there to see Tampa. Yeah, I couldn’t believe

Nestor Aparicio  14:48

our fan bases like loves giveaways. They love shirts. Right? Do they love winning baseball at $200 a throw for playoff tickets? I

Leonard Raskin  14:58


don’t know. We’ll find out Well, we

Nestor Aparicio  15:00

spend a lot of money on football tickets in this city you darn right we don’t have any problem saying you have eight games. Ravens played to Texas last week. How much did you spend in your tickets?

Leonard Raskin  15:09

Minor season tickets? Okay, but but your club seat club seat tickets, I think 400 bucks a ticket, something like that.

Nestor Aparicio  15:16

That’s that’s an outrageously high number right is now. So two and a quarter for a baseball playoff game doesn’t sound


Leonard Raskin  15:25

out of line, are you? Right? Because it’s a special once in a lifetime? I hope not. But once in a while. It’s been a while. Right last last playoff game I went to was Detroit. But how much is too much?

Nestor Aparicio  15:41

I mean, you’re you’re a guy with means you can stroke a check. I mean, you

Leonard Raskin  15:45

gotta lose if I go so I can’t spend anything. He’s not going.

Nestor Aparicio  15:51


Question. If I were taking phone calls from people today, and do it for 115 70 I could sit here all day and take phone calls just by saying how much would you pay not? Because you hit the lotto? where’s the where’s the seat that doesn’t get in? To get into court?

Leonard Raskin  16:10

They gotta have no that’s not. That’s not. That’s not 3000 for the series. No, no, no, no, I’m saying I don’t know where his seats were it but I’m saying what? 50 bucks? I mean, how much of those seats six bucks?

Nestor Aparicio  16:22

Is that what it is? You think it’s $50 to get in the World Series game?

Leonard Raskin  16:25

Is it six bucks to stay to the flag court? Yeah, eight bucks. 10 bucks. You think they’re gonna be 100? For standing room?


Nestor Aparicio  16:31

For World Series? Yeah. For the World Series. The standing room will be 650

Leonard Raskin  16:36

No way. No way. Can’t be. Can’t be.

Nestor Aparicio  16:40

I’ve watched this for year after year. This is what I’m telling you. This is what it’s gonna be like I do this every year on StubHub to try to figure it out. And

Leonard Raskin  16:48


you’re saying you’re saying resale?

Nestor Aparicio  16:51

You’re saying from the origin the Oreos? Maybe 275? Maybe three and a quarter? Okay. Oh, look at this. Look at that, you know you’re facing these when you see this right. Is that

Leonard Raskin  17:01

beautiful? Beautiful, beautiful? No, I’m

Nestor Aparicio  17:03

asking you what you’re willing to spend? Yeah. If I if I had World Series tickets for you right now and said another terrorist box are down the third base side there. Section 62 or whatever that is. We call it down. The third base? Couple 100. Throwback couple Oh couple 100 for World Series, which couple hundreds at 200 800.


Leonard Raskin  17:23

I’d go 500 A ticket

Nestor Aparicio  17:26

you might get in for that go far might get in 500. You might get in, but you might not. Well, there’s one I’m taking and it’s good. It depends who they play to. Of course, the Braves don’t have fans like me. They don’t barely fill their their stadium for a World Series if they were playing the Phillies in the World Series. Come down to pretty that will make the ticket $900 1000. The film was on StubHub if you wanted to go to a Phillies World Series game last year. Yeah. And just walk in? Yep. It was it was $1,100. I mean, it wasn’t. It wasn’t like, it wasn’t three and a quarter let’s get in the car and go to a World Series game. Three and a quarter. So my wife and I if you were to say to me right now, I got tickets for game two of the World Series your wife and you know, we did the game Thursday made a good time and a really good Thursday. We did not have a bad time. We did not have an $800 Night kind of time. I got a World Series. And my wife and I talked about this. We got home on the way home we talked about it. I said, Jeff on the night she’s like, Yeah, I had a great time. I’ve been to a billion baseball games. I’ve been to 58 World Series games in my life, right? I said to my wife Alright, our financial situation right now what you always preach to both of us. Yep. No, no, no your role, you know, know how much you spent, how much you go spend, Springsteen, how much you spend on all this. I don’t know that. I would front 1000 bucks for two tickets for a World Series game right now. I love this team of I don’t know that. I’m that guy. For game two. I think I think I’m out. I think I’m out at three 600 bucks repair something like that. Anything more than that? I’m out. And here’s the other part. They’re gonna play playoffs Yep, they’re gonna play championship league championship yet before you get there. Those tickets are not they’re going to be buck and a half to walk in the first round two and a half to walk in the second round. You go to a couple three games, you’re going to be two three grand deep in already before the World Series happens. This is just something that I’m talking to people about. And people are seeing invoices and they’re like, Well, I don’t have a $12,000 check right now to write to the Orioles. A notion that maybe they play seven games in the playoffs. And then you roll my five grand into season tickets next year that’s leftover. People are cracking it that a little bit and I and Leonard no offense to you and your foreigner dollar. You’re used to it. Yeah, the club levels used to oh, people fork it out. They pay it they don’t have any problem by any means that this is a different thing. Yeah. Where are you at? 40,000 fresh sheet. Yes. And that the fan base they currently have right now. That’s they barely been here. Want to get people to give 10 bucks? Yep. And go down there. Yep, this is gonna be a cold shower and I, I fear for empty seats in the playoffs I do.

Leonard Raskin  20:08

That’d be a bad look. Again last playoff game I went to was Detroit packed. No, no, we sat in the left field. I don’t know why we sat there. left field outfield which is now like, the splash zone or something. I don’t remember what their tickets were. But it was outstanding. It was a great time we had a ball. That ticket I don’t think is the same as the behind the home plate ticket where Cal Ripken. But I think that ticket will be available. I think people will

Nestor Aparicio  20:40


pay I think tickets are going to be available because of the price is what I’m talking if the face value is 250 bucks. That sounds like half price to you for a football game for you. Yeah, I’m just saying for the people that have been going to these games. A $250 Second round playoff degree is going to be tough awakening, my son and I went to one of the Kansas City Games and I’ll never forget this. The tickets were expensive and we I was on at that time StubHub, not Sikhi. Stop off Steve 1014 My son and I’d only been to one playoff game in his life together went to Philadelphia for like a Phillies Rockies wildcard game 20 years he was a kid. And because I wanted to take him to a playoff game because Angelo’s will never you will never be in the playoffs here. So 1214 and 16 happens. My kids 30 at the time in 2014. We were sitting in Reggie’s eaten some Reggie fries, Reggie’s was still open, and we were contemplating whether we’re gonna go back to my condo, watch it on TV, or whether we were going to get a last minute ticket tickets dropped tickets prices were dropped, right? Whether it was it was cold, it’s another thing. It’s cold. It’s cold. So

Leonard Raskin  21:51

we’re gonna have snow I paid

Nestor Aparicio  21:52

220 bucks, maybe total? For a pair? Yep. $100 a ticket. We sat 15 rows behind the dugout, third base, and that’s gonna be

Leonard Raskin  22:03

there. I think it’s gonna be there. And


Nestor Aparicio  22:07

you’re willing to game for the playoffs? I’m

Leonard Raskin  22:09

in if you’re willing to go downtown so much you’re willing to come downtown, hang out. And these days. One of the things that I don’t like about the technology of the world today is my tickets on here. You hate that? I hate it. Because if I got a couple extras, what the heck do you do with a couple extra tickets on your phone? How do you get the guy walking down the street saying I want anybody need tickets. I need tickets. You got to buy him he’s got to give you pay pal or whatever, right? He’s got to put your money in and then you got to send them the tickets. You can’t just hand the guy that tickets, get a couple bucks of cash and go on about your business. But to that extent, on the other side, if you’re willing to come downtown, hang out at the harbor, hang out and get a crack. At least and and have your phone going on. StubHub Seat Geek Ticketmaster, and you’re watching the prices and the game. And it’s a top of the first, right that ticket. Somebody’s eaten it. You’re gonna be able to buy it for 50 bucks. All right, I’m telling you. Somebody’s gonna come back. We’ll talk about somebody’s either gonna have nothing, or beer money. What are they gonna choose? They’re gonna take your beer money. They’re gonna sell a ticket for 50 bucks. 100 bucks. You’re gonna buy it. You’re gonna go watch the game. And the commercials you know, the commercials where the two people are standing next to each other at the hotel. And two different prices paid. When have you ever been in a hotel where you do what you paid for the room? They told you it’s at the front desk. You paid 99 $129

Nestor Aparicio  23:44

So no,

Leonard Raskin  23:49


but that’s nonsense. It’s a funny commercial. The guy’s like oh, are you paid 99 I only paid 69 Haha, but you go to the game. You sit down next to that guy and you say I got this ticket for 50 bucks and he says he got his for 300 You’re gonna be an unhappy guy.

Nestor Aparicio  24:05

Well, you have a good seat either way. Let her ask you to get ready for playoff baseball as well as football season here. It’s all brought to you by the Maryland lottery conjunction with our friends at Jiffy Lube. We have new sponsors and when donation 866 90 nation I am enjoying having the windows open right now and the breeze. Fall has fallen upon us any I am a late tax guy. I thought about this with you this morning too. I gotta I gotta get up with Joe get my taxes finalized. Any sort of money. advices kids go back to school here. You got to kick back at Ohio State right now.

Leonard Raskin  24:35

Yeah, Go Bucs. Yeah. The advice is, don’t wait until September to figure out what you should have done last year. I mean, here we are. We are in middle of September. Final personal taxes due October 15. That’s fine. If you’re ready to file that’s good. But I work with a lot of people and I’d say well let’s let’s make sure that we’re proactive for next year. We’re doing the thing He’s coming into the last quarter of the year in April to get to get right for next year. And sadly, people don’t plan. They file and then they go, Oh my God. And their accountant says to him, You coulda you should your mighta Well, where were you in September of last year telling me what I could have should have mighta for this year, so get right now, next year is common. Get with your advisors right now. Sit with your accountant, sit with your business advisor, sit with your financial advisor, your team of people and the idea is what should we be doing this last quarter to be ready for December 31. And then next year’s taxes get done? Whether it’s April or October or whatever, and you can say wow, that’s outstanding. We did. We did the right things at the end of 23. To do the right thing for our tax bill and 24

Nestor Aparicio  25:46

The longer the segment goes, the longer you’re gonna have to wait each crab it’s fantastic.


Leonard Raskin  25:50

I’ve already dove in I’m in

Nestor Aparicio  25:53

let raskins Here Jamie’s also here from fake news. We want to give a shout out to the divine family and everybody a Bill and Nancy everybody treating us right around here on pakka Street. We’re gonna have one more she swears crabcakes were stopped down here before Christmas. They ship here they’re open here for Orioles Game Stop buying till 530 on a regular game nights but weekends as well and Adam Jones I wrote my dear Adam Jones note as well as my dear Steve Ashati. Dear John, I’m working on my dear Eric costume right now. I don’t know when it’s gonna be less or more harsh. I’m trying to figure that out. Either way. Go ravens go Orioles and come on back from Maryland crabcake to work Coco’s next thursday from two to five Microsoft. Liana was our guests and the great Shawn Morgan, who wrote the book on art modell. Moving the team to Baltimore and the stadium. He now works for Bloomberg in New York. He happens to be in Baltimore this week. So he’s going to be our guest next Thursday as well. Thanks to winter nation Jiffy Lube in our friends in Maryland lottery as well as my dude here, letter Raskin and curio wellness for sponsoring our 25th anniversary. Had a great conversation with Wendy brown Finn, Wendy brown find that you will find out at Baltimore positive signing off from families crabcakes fried oysters delicious. For breakfast, the breakfast for breakfast even better. It’s not even lunchtime, on Nesta. We’re wn st am 1570, Towson Baltimore. And we never stopped talking important things in Baltimore positive

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