“What do you want to be when you grow up?”

What do you want to be when you grow up? What do I want to be when I grow up? What do I want to be when I grow up. Hmm hmm hmm. When I retire of being a YouTuber then I guess I'll just be an engineer like Daddy. Okay. What do you think the coolest job is? Being a air plane pilot. You just zooming through the sky. Cool so you don't ever think that you would want to fly airplanes. No it looks too scary, but people are brave enough. Oh, well, then, what's the scariest job? Going out, we kind of being like adventurer looking for new stuff. Oh like an explorer. Yeah and your looking for someone and maybe say we need to get this data and staying out there for five nights and I don’t know that sounds scary. Hm okay.

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“I got hired at a job, Kentucky Fried Chicken and I start on Monday.”

I got hired at a job, Kentucky Fried Chicken and I start on monday. Very much excited for that, just want to earn money. That's probably my one motivation. I want to buy a dog, a really nice Michigan hat, clothes, nice clothes, sweaters, pants, I don't have any pants, and probably save a lot of it up, probably the majority. Hopefully if all goes to plan, yeah starting probably next Monday. Manager did not even specify but I'm not complaining at all. Just eager to work.

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“I am going to miss the trails when winter comes.”

In a bit of a unique position, got up to Pontiac Lake State Recreation Area again today. Do a nice hike. I made it to a scenic outlook, which it's pretty nice. Nice place to chill, I haven't seen another person. I saw a good five, six individuals and groups, when I was entering the trail, but as you get deeper in you don't see anybody. I haven't seen anyone for at least half an hour I think and yeah, I've been sitting at the scenic outlook for like 10-20 minutes, haven't seen a soul swing by. So yeah, I'm not really sure why I chose to start recording. I guess it's been in my head a lot obviously with walking on trails it’s one of the things I like, cause the ability to think different thoughts. Oh how, speak of the devil I can hear someone talking. I think it's gonna be horses, I walked on the equestrian trail, which I don't know if you're not supposed to do but. I am going to miss the trails when winter comes, it occurred to me I can still walk on them and the winter when it's snowing or just cold.

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“I very much remember our phone at home in the farmhouse out in the township, was on the wall…”

How old was I when I got my first cell phone? I was probably, I would have to say about 40. Maybe. I had probably been only about -- about 40 years old somewhere around there 40-42. Do I remember a time before having a cellphone? Yes, very much so. I very much remember our phone at home in the farmhouse out in the township, was on the wall, it was a wall phone, hardwired of course. And that's where the phone in the house was and we had an 11 person party line, if you can believe that. Which a party line of course is, we all shared the same phone line, so everyone's phone rang in everyone's home. We all had a different phone ring, ours was a regular normal long ring, so that was kind of cool for us. But we had an 11-person party line. We thought we died and went to heaven when we were able to get a 20 foot cord on the thing so he could actually go all the way across the kitchen and stuff with it. And it was kind of cool in a way, when we would go out of town we just talked to one of the neighbors and asked them to answer our phone calls for us, so that was kind of nice. There was a lady up the street, an older lady up the road and she was always kind of on the phone and kind of cranky if you needed to use the phone, cause you had to pick the phone, interrupt their conversation and ask them if you could please use the telephone. And you could hear people listening in on your calls and that kind of stuff, it was kind of impossible for the kids nowadays to even believe, it was just crazy.

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