Tola Talks about Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, the US Congress and raising the minimum wage, shark attacks in Australia, teenagers crashing in older and smaller cars, and a 1967 Ford Mustang recovered after being stolen 28 years ago. On Top 10 Tuesday, Rich also gives us his Top 10 Movies of the Year. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks. Follow on all Social: @richtola
Tola Talks about the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Matthew McConaughey’s new star, November’s icy blast with plummeting temperatures throughout the US, Australian TV Hosts wearing the same suit for an entire year, intimate French kissing that transfers more than 80 million bacteria, and the surging homeless population of America’s children. On Movie Mondays, Rich also reviews the number one film at the box office, Dumb and Dumber To, starringJim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, and gives the Get Your SH!T Together Award to a disrespectful NFL fan in New Orleans. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks.
Tola Talks about Pizza Hut rebooting itself for a new generation of pizza eaters, cyber-hackers targeting the US Postal Service, comet chasing space craft aiming for a first-ever touchdown, fearless Frenchmen setting world records on a bicycle, and the three best 30 minute treks in Los Angeles. On Movie Mondays, Rich also reviews the Matthew McConaughey apocalyptic space thriller, Interstellar, plus gives the Get Your SH!T Together Award to a bovine rustler who purchased a 150 pound calf at a gas station in Southern California.
Being thoughtful of others can be quite elusive, especially when you’re dealing with some form of adversity in your life. Nevertheless, it’s something that makes for a better human experience, so always be conscious of how your actions – and inactions – will affect others.
Case in point: Yesterday I had the afternoon free and I was really looking forward to seeing the film Mud, with Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon (I heard it was excellent!). And since my friend and I were running a bit late – which is usually the case in Los Angeles for a boatload of reasons – we knew we had minutes to spare once we got there. But as soon as we parked, my friend takes a call from her Mom.
Because she proceeded to have a heated discussion with her with no regard for me or the start of the movie. So what did I do? I waved for her to meet me inside, then I darted off to buy the tickets. And to wait…which I did for the next 15 minutes until I refunded our unused tickets and went back to the car – where my non-thoughtful friend was still arguing with her Mom.
So whatever your situation, remember that your actions will affect others…so Be Thoughtful.
Enjoy – R
PS – here’s a thoughtful clip from my AudioBook, Chapter 54 – Mother’s Day