I want to thank Super Fan Seth for turning me onto this new guy Frank Foster. Personally, I'm loving his video and surprised that Frank isn't already on a major label and a big tour. That's just my opinion. Let's see what YOU think! Watch the video and vote below! Thanks, Michael J
Ok so I am only supposed to be on WCOS from 7-midnight. BUT...if You stay up later, maybe I will too!
When you go home tonight, don't sit there like a zombie clicking thru 200 channels on cable to find nothing on! Forget the boob toob!
Meet me for some great Country music on 975 WCOS. You know we'll be having a whole lot of FUN!
Hook up with me TONIGHT!
As we get to know each other better...know this about me,
The Michael J Pledge
please use as often as you can!
"I promise whenever I see someone wearing a U.S. military uniform to walk up to them and simply say, Thanks."
Don't be surprised to hear me saluting our troops
on the show regularly. Politicians, I'm not a fan. But
for our family, Men and Women in Uniform. God Bless 'em!!
Thinking about when you were growing up, can you think of small businesses that your family would visit that are no longer around?
Local grocery stores, book stores, record shops,produce stands, restaurants we knew as kids- GONE.
Now, how many have been replaced by companies owned by who knows who? Corporate entities in other states or even other nations.
Join us and support local businesses and spend your shopping dollars this holiday season, LOCAL!
Shop Small, Shop Local on Small Business Saturday November 30th.
Want to tell everyone about your small business?
Hit me up on my Michael J Facebook page below to tell EVERYONE about YOUR small business!!
Toby Keith's Foundation opens the OK KIDS KORRAL!
Screen Shot from video linked below
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They are promoting Joe Boxer and some people said they crossed the line with this one. What do you think?
Maybe a parade this Thanksgiving?
Here's mine. Every Thanksgiving, there is an extra and empty place setting at our table representing the US troops who aren't able to be home with family members while deployed around the world. Keep them in your prayers and be thankful that you get to spend time with your family. We're all only here for a little while.
Keep that in mind when your brother or sister picks a fight, your in-laws start up the 'so how's the job hunt going' conversation, your kids are beating the stuffing out of each other or your great aunt sits down and tastes the stuffing and gravy you just spent 12 hours preparing and says this is missing a little something.
There's always a little friction when family gets together. But it takes friction to make electricity. Take the high road, smile, breath deep and look for the positive in everyone.
Now, what's YOUR family tradition at Thanksgiving? http://on.fb.me/1c76q4R