Welcome back, friends. I apologize for yet another hiatus, this one even longer than the last. Here, i try to explain, as well as share insight on the company's bi-annual conference, otherwise known as NQEM part 3.
On a Saturday afternoon, right after jits, Justin McHugh came by to talk about the new addition to his family. You already know what else we spoke on. Enjoy -
Learn from that - an expression used to point out an error or misjudgment someone else has made that you should take note of in order not to incur similar consequences.
"You see how he/she just fucked up, and now they're out of a job? Learn from that!"
Two of my oldest friends and training partners that I haven't seen in a while come over to talk about ATOIS.
Univ. of Michigan Lecturer Alex Poniatowski is prepared to take that ass back to school. Take a listen and get your learn on as he and I talk about ATOIS.
Meet Dana Stevens, from Chicago, Illinois. He made a video that went viral. It compares the biblical exodus to current events in today's news. I was so moved that I invited him to talk.
I waited for six long months for this convention to arrive. It happened yesterday, and I have the results.
As expected, there are a few Blacks that have been hired since I was that now work for the company I work for during the day. I'd guess there are about six and three halves that are now employed at various locations throughout the state. Listen to all the details in the short update.
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Black Lives vs. All Lives, Reps vs. Dems, Men vs. Women, Gays vs. Jews, Libs vs. Trannies.
We're all going to die.
Remember how much fun it was to hang out with your homeboy and just shoot the shit for hours? Justin McHugh is my mothafucka. I like it when he comes thru because we talk about all types of ill shit and then we jam, like a car that just won't start, but we jam.
Prayers and thoughts go out to all the families affected by recent tragedies.
Recorded on 7/8/2016
Jun 15th, 2016 by mrjordan13
ATOIS favorite Marco Smallman returns for another victory lap after his latest cagefight.
That's right, y'all - Season 2 is here! I've been busy with work and fell off the routine of production but my good friend and part time co-host has returned for, yet, another great 2 1/2 hours of good convo.
Special thanks to everyone that listens and provides input. I really appreciate hearing back from my team mates about the show. I'm still in my beginning stage and having lots of fun. Unfortunately, I can't get to it as much as I'd like, but I'm always looking forward to another opportunity to having a friend, training partner, fellow musician, or just a plain, random guest sitting down to talk about ATOIS.
Happy Mother's Day!!
To all the ladies that participated in my upbringing and development, I would like this opportunity to thank you all, too many to name.
Yes, it's a Hallmark holiday, and it is fuckin' corny, but I'm not gonna be the guy that doesn't at least try to make the mothers in my life know I love them very much and that they're important.
Listen as I talk about random things in the news, such as friendship, politics and current events.
I loved him for his music, and his unique characteristics that seemed to appeal to the world from as far back as I can remember. He is on my personal Mt. Rushmore and rates as high, if not higher than Michael Jordan. He inspired me to become a musician and to learn several instruments. He showed me that I could be confident and even sexy, but most importantly, creative in my own way.
There was no one like him. To me there is no comparison between him and any other artist in the history of the world. He is the most successful musician ever. He cultivated musicians and produced the greatest musical catalog known to man spanning 39 known albums. Hopefully, the public will be blessed with at least some of the storied treasures of music and videos he had locked away.
I've never been this sad about a celebrity passing away. I wish I could have met him, but I am glad I got to see him live in concert. Like many others, I'll begin collecting as much media as I can soon. Thanks to everyone that thought of me & contacted me when they heard the news, knowing Prince was and will always be my favorite.
Yes, folks, it's true. I had thought about throwing it all away. It's not the first time, and I'm sure I'll consider it again soon. It ain't easy having to tow the line all alone, but all my life I had to fight. Yes, that's from The Color Purple and it's true - I've been doing this for a year now having experienced first hand how frustrating it can be to run your own show. Full schedules, flaky people, and laziness are to blame for the demise of ATOIS, but together we will rise like the Phoenix from the ashes and blaze on.
Thank you for the love and support from everyone that listens. Check for your invite soon!