My words to live by are from the great football philosopher Vince Lombardi who once said:
It's time for the big push!
It's such a simple phrase but it's so true, there are so many moments in your life where you don't want to do anything to make yourself better. You just let life beat you up! That's when you have to push yourself! Next time you pick yourself off the floor and "push" yourself when you didn't think you had anything left, thank football great Vince Lombardi! While your at it, thank the good Lord you didn't have Vince as your football coach cuz he seemed like he was just this side of crazy! Kidding Vince!
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Mornings from 5am to 10am with Dani.
My real name… Pat Leuck
My assumed name when someone wants money from me...Alfonso Soriano
I’ve been in the Quad Cities since…I was born in Moline in 1957. My mom and dad swore early on I was a child prodigy. Later in their life they wondered aloud, what went so terribly wrong.
My favorite Hobbies…Golf and fishing. I also like to hunt....for bargains at the grocery store!
My favorite current TV Show…
I seem to like tv shows with no laugh track. Like "Community" or "Modern Family". Another show I like that has NO laugh track is "Criminal Minds" on CBS. You can't watch that show too much without a visit to your shrink. It's a little too dark for more than an hour or two at a time. I love watching the Cubs too. Even though I thought the Cubs played like a team that needed a laugh track in 2011. I don't mind listening to them on the radio either because I think Pat Hughes is one of the best play-by-play guys. I really enjoyed the way he and Ron Santo got along. With Ron no longer with us, it was weird listening to the games without him. It didn't help that the team wasn't any good either and by the looks of things the 2012 Cubs could be even worse! Here's hoping they aren't!!!! My All-time Favorite TV Show…Any old video of me....with hair. Even though there aren't many of those left in circulation. Very rare!
When I'm not working I like to get away to contemplate life and think of the good old days...when I had hair.
Always remember these words for both sides of a successful relationship: I was wrong, you were right, I'm sorry! I'll never do it again.....Even though you probably will!
R&B artist Akon served as the celebrity mentor last night on "American Idol" as the final seven performed songs from this decade.
Skylar Laine kicked off the show taking on former Idol contestant Kellie Pickler's "Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You". Skylar received overwhelmingly positive feedback from the judges.
Colton Dixon was next, performing Skylar Grey's "Love the Way You Lie". The surprising rendition of the hit earned Colton high praise/props from the judges.
Next, Jessica Sanchez showcased her impressive vocal range as she performed "Stuttering" by Jazmine Sullivan. Randy Jackson called the performance "superb," telling the 16-year-old she slayed "the biggest fish of the night."
Joshua Ledet followed with Bruno Mars' "Runaway Baby", after previous Idol winner Fantasia wished him a happy birthday. The performance was a hit with the judges.
Hollie Cavanaugh chose Pink's ballad "Perfect", and Randy told her that she definitely "redeemed" herself this week. Steven Tyler was not so impressed, telling Hollie her performance "kind of laid there tonight."
Phillip Phillips sang Maroon 5's "Give a Little More". Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson found it to be "underwhelming."
Last up, Elise Testone received a special greeting from actor Jason Segel who called her his favorite of the competition. Elise performed Lady Gaga's "You and I" which impressed the judges.