Tbh I really never bought into the "Gronk is going to retire" hype this off season. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't completely ruling it out, but I figured there was like a 15% he'd retire. To me it felt more like a bargaining chip to get more money than him wanting to retire from the NFL. The hashtag makes me wonder if he got some sort of raise or contract extension. Although I do truly believe both him and Brady (I'm sure along with many other guys on the team) are still pissed at Belichick over the Malcolm Butler situation, and could be acting out because of that). Whatever the case may be I'm glad that this nonsense can finally be put to bed. I don't care about any of the off the field shit, all I want is for the Patriots to win so my life and identity have some sort of meaning.
Now we just have to worry about Belichick trading him....
I thought the reaction to his "I'm definitely going to look at my future" comments after a devastating Super Bowl loss [despite a monster effort from him (9 receptions for 116 yards and 2 touchdowns)] were sort of taken out of context.
Of course he's gonna reevaulate his options after the season. I feel like most athletes do that.
At the same time, his actions the last few months did cause my personal panic meter to elevate past "this isn't a big deal" to "maybe somethings up".
If Gronk wanted to retire because of health issues it would fucking suck as a Patriots fan, but I mean you'd understand it. I'd respect that move as much as it would kill me inside. He's missed I believe 25 games due to injury in his career (excluding playoffs). He's had major back, arm, and leg issues. At 28 years old many already consider him the greatest tight end of all time, plus with two rings it's not like he's still chasing a ring like David West. He's made a fair amount of money. I'd understand wanting to have a better quality of life post-football to enjoy the fruits of his labor.
What would've pissed me off is if he retired just to wrestle and make shitty action movies with The Rock (congrats on the pebble). Fuck that dude, you're the best tight end of all time. Add to your legacy and win a couple more rings before Brady starts going full Tony Robbins with the TB12 method. Do that when you're 35. They're gonna suck whenever you make them (have you seen his Dunkin commercials with Big Papi?) might as well wait. If I was Gronk I would hang around in New England until Brady retired, then decide if it's time to hang up the cleats or move to another organization.
As for now Gronk is back for the 2018 season. Brady is too. To quote Tom himself:
Now @patriots please draft some defensive help and a LT and worry about a QB later. Win another ring with this core before father time catches up to TB12/Belichick mysteriously benches another star in the Super Bowl.
I was driving home today from work and saw on one of the overhead digital signs on the highway with the message "Handheld cell phone usage laws go into effect on June 1st". Which means we (I) only have 37 more days to send snaps of singing while driving before it results in a $100 ticket. Jk I don't do those anymore because I got fat and don't wanna post my ugly mug on snappy.
Any-who, you know the signs I'm talking about, the ones that are basically beepers. They just relay messages to drivers. (which ironically is not very safe!)
At first they were a good idea, they be used to make people aware of traffic, accidents, or god-forbid an Amber Alert. But now they usually are some shitty pun, play on words, or poor attempt at humor.
I reaaaaaaally wish there were better examples of them on google, because some of these signs are ridiculous. They do more harm than good because you end up getting distracted for 5 minutes trying to figure out wtf the DOT is talking about.
Back to my main point, this law...it's fucking stupid.
Seriously, refer to the tweet. How can cigarettes be legal, which not only kill their users but also people who don't even smoke them (2nd hand smoke ever heard of it?) but phone usage is no bueno? This law pisses me off so much, I know this isn't exactly the most groundbreaking news, as we've known for about a year since Gina "drop in the bucket" Raimondo passed the law last summer, but still, that sign reminding just got me fired up. With the new law going into effect on June 1st there are only a few more weeks where Rhode Islanders can legally hold their cell phone while driving. Then we're gonna be just little more like Connecticut,,, gross.
Not to go full Ron Swanson libertarian on you, but this is some serious overuse of power. I pay the taxes that in theory help repair the roads, I say in theory because there are more potholes in Rhode Island than Dunkin Donuts. As someone who pays for these roads I should be able to use phone on them if I so do please. I bought them.
I agree that we need to make the roads safer and people probably shouldn't be texting while driving, but this is just your classic case of overkill. Like when one little bad pair of shoes changed the flying experience for everybody. Don't let a few bad apples spoil the whole bunch I always say. I know a few other states have already passed this law but idc about them, I'm talking about Rhody. Just because some dumb ass 17 year olds suck at texting and driving doesn't mean you have to ruin it for the rest of us! I'm nasty (the good type) at texting and driving. It's really not that hard. You don't even need to look at your phone. I've had an iPhone since 2011 (nbd) and I've never been in an accident because of it.
I can hold my phone while driving to make a call too and be completely fine. Some say I'm gifted, in which case I'd have to agree. I can totally pay attention to the road while not paying attention to whatever my parents are saying, as they are the only people who ever call me. To me this more of a money grab than actually caring about safety. People are addicted to their phones, I know I am. Most people hold their phones while driving and this is just a way for Rhode Island to cash in on people's habits. I'm predicting massive amounts of tickets this summer from this law. Quite a hot take, I know.
You shouldn't text and drive, but sending a quick tweet, or googling a random thought about what number Poison by Bell Biv DeVoe peaked at on the Hot 100 should be totally cool imo. Especially if the roads are clear, or you're stuck in traffic. We've all been there, we're all human.
Because if this is truly about safety, if you're gonna outlaw phone usage to make people less distracted while driving then you might as well go all in and make all distractions illegal. I'm talking eating while driving illegal, or holding a fucking dog while driving.
Idk about you, but I am waaaaay more distracted eating a Chipotle burrito than I am when I use my phone. Once you get to the final third of the burrito (which for me is after about 7 bites) it's a war against gravity and shitty burrito rollers. Seriously, it's your fucking job to roll a burrito, have some pride your job one time and do a good job. Every bite is a gamble, it's like they're made of damp papier-mâché, they fall apart like Post Malone. I'm way more distracted trying to hold my burrito at the perfect angle to avoid getting hot salsa and black beans on my shirt while driving than I am when I pound the 15 second fast forward button 5 times during ad-reads on Pardon My Take. Bottom line, how about a little consistency when deciding what is and isn't considered a crime while driving? After all I paid for those roads.
Poison by Bel Biv DeVoe peaked at #3 on the Hot 100 in 1990 but ended up as the #4 song of the year!
Yeah, I don't care either.
Artist: J. Cole
This video reminds me a lot of the Tom Petty "Don't Come Around Here No More" video (big s/o to me for knowing that video) with all the weird close angles that I don't know how to properly describe because I didn't pay attention during film as text class my junior year of high school.
I was recently tagged in the comments of a video on facebook. If that's never happened to you, what that means is a friend of yours thinks you should watch a video. I rarely ever do when tagged in them, but since this was the Top 10 Pop Punk Choruses of the 21st century it caught my eye. After Boston sports, and hating myself there is nothing I love more in life than pop punk. It brings me back to a simpler time in life (middle school) and is just genuinely good music that over 15 years later in some cases (time is gross) I still enjoy. I'm an alt-rock guy to the death, and pop punk is probably my favorite subdivision of the alt-rock subdivision. I wish this was a little more timely of a post since the video I'm about to share is from the summer of 2017, but honestly Pop Punk is always relevant, plus my friend tagged me in the comments of this video last week so I didn't know existed until then.
10. "In Too Deep"- Sum 41
9. "Flavor of the Weak"- American Hi-Fi
8. "Dirty Little Secret" - All-American Rejects
7. "Rock Show" Blink 182
6. "Fat Lip"- Sum 41
5. "Sk8r Boi"- Avril Lavigne
4. "Sugar, We're Going Down Swinging" - Fall Out Boy
3. "Helena"- My Chemical Romance
2. "Ocean Avenue" - Yellowcard
1. "The Middle" - Jimmy Eat World
In fairness, I think it's important to say this isn't a top 10 best pop punk songs, it's top 10 best pop punk choruses, which I guess is a little different, because some songs verses are better than the actual chorus. I mean Taking Back Sunday's (not the last you'll be hearing from them on this blog) "You're So Last Summer" doesn't have a truly memorable chorus, but it does have one of the best lines in pop punk/emo history.
is you could slit my throat
And with my one last gasping breath
I'd apologize for bleeding on your shirt"
But I think we can all agree that the chorus can be make or break in a song; It's what people who don't know the title of a song type into google to find out what it's called. Especially in pop-punk where the focus of the music was being more radio-friendly and easy to sing along to, while also rocking.
I'm not gonna say every song was unworthy because that's not true. Both Sum 41 songs are staples of early 2000's pop punk. Fat Lip is probably a top 5 most famous song of the era. I listen to Yellowcard nearly weekly, and of course as a pop punk adult-kid Blink-182 is one of my favorite bands of all time. But Helena which isn't even really Pop Punk in the top 3 is laughable, The Middle is a good song, but I bet even Jimmy Eat World themselves would agree it doesn't belong at the top of this list. To prove I can make a better list than Spin and Billboard I am going to give you a list of 10 completely different songs even though I'd agree that a few of theirs are truly worthy.
Here are the DOL Top 10 Pop Punk Choruses of the 2000's.
10. "Misery Business" - Paramore
I feel like Paramore is more just poppy alternative than pop punk, but idc I'm including this because of how classic the chorus is. To me Misery Business is pop punk, and since I'm making this list that's good enough for me. Everybody loved this song when it came out. It was groundbreaking. Although 2007ish was kind of the beginning of the end for pop punk imo.
P.S. I'm in love with Hayley Williams.
9. "Best of Me" The Starting Line
The Starting Line aren't exactly a household pop punk name like Blink-182, but this song is textbook pop punk because it's all about a girl, being young, and also kind of being a pussy. Yelling that "TELL ME WHAT YOU THOUGHT ABOUT" gets me fucking amped. I low key listen to this song every time I go to the gym. This song is super-singalong-able.
8. "Jude Law and A Semester Abroad" - Brand New
Tell all the English boys you meet that this is one of the best pop punk songs and choruses of all time. A little more punk than pop compared to the other songs on this list. Heavy drums, lyrics v relatable to the era,,, more girl drama. A true classic.
7. "I'd Do Anything" - Simple Plan
Say what you want about Simple Plan. Sure they're Canadian and their lead singers name is Pierre, but their debut album was chock full o'pop punk hits. All time classic. They were all over MTV and TRL when Pop Punk was big in the early 2000's. None were quite as big as their first hit "I'd Do Anything". I have loved this song for over half my life which is kind of scary to think about. Bonus points for an appearance from pop punk God, Mark Hoppus. I feel like I'm going to say this a lot, but the key to a great chorus is the singalong factor, and this song is singable AF.
6. "Swing Swing" - All-American Rejects
A million times better of a pick than Dirty Little Secrets, although that song did have a fantastic music video with all the post secrets. This is just way more pop punk and a way better chorus/overall song. What makes this song is all the emphasis in the chorus. Away, away, awaaaaaaaaaaayyyyy. Oh wow another song about girls and heartbreak.
5. "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" - Panic! At The Disco
Again, kind of flirting with the pop punk line. Just too important of a song and chorus to not include. Kind of lame that there's no unedited version of the video on youtube. A Fever That You Can't Sweat out is one of my 10 favorite albums of this 2000's.
4. "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" - My Chemical Romance
Emo but also definitly falls under the pop punk umbrella. Sometimes you don't need to be crazy creative to have a great chorus.
3. "Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous" - Good Charlotte
I wanted to do just one song per band, otherwise this list would've had about 7 fewer artists included. Their 2002 album "The Young and the Hopeless" produced three songs that could be worthy of this list, all great pop punk choruses. I'm choosing to go with Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous because it's my favorite song off that album, and the video doesn't hurt it's cause either s/o Chris Kirkpatrick. It blows my mind that Cameron Diaz is married to fucking Benji Madden.
2. "Cute Without the E (cut from the team)" - Taking Back Sunday
For my money one of the best emo/pop punk/alt/ just overall songs of all time. I fucking love Taking Back Sunday. Seeing them in 2012 was an absolute bucket list moment for middle school dozo. Tell All Your Friends and Where You Want To Be are must listen to albums for anybody who considers themselves a pop punk fan.
1. "My Friends Over You" - New Found Glory
Just maybe ya need this. The original bros before hoes anthem, nice to see the shoe on the other foot for a change. My Friends Over You is the greatest pop punk chorus of all time. IMO it's the best pop punk song of all time. It's got all the elements to great pop punk song. Catchy lyrics, solid beat, and great guitars. This genuinely one of my favorite songs of all time and if you know my taste in music you knew this was going to be number one. It's funny because for as much as I love this song by New Found Glory I only know maaaybe 5 other songs by them. Doesn't matter, this list isn't about those songs, it's about this being the best pop punk chorus (excluding songs from the original questionable list)
I need to get a haircut. I know I do. It's kind of in an awkward stage right now. I want long hair again, but like leaving Nashville, and getting fat again, cutting my hair was a mistake. I'm trying to grow it back, but I need a little shape up to give my shit some style/look a little more presentable at work. Since I've only gotten 3 haircuts in the last 2 and a half years, and been disappointed after 2 of them, I don't have a reliable hairdresser to call my own (recommendations welcome!).
The last haircut I got was kind of a hack job, one side is like an inch and a half longer than the other. It's not a great look. Because of this I am kind of nervous to get a haircut. I don't care about much in life, but one thing I do care about is my hair. It's all I have. I don't trust new people. I don't want it to get more fucked up. So in the meantime, I decided to get a new Red Sox hat to cover up this issue.
I've been meaning to get a new Sox hat anyways, but finding an 8 is not an easy task. Last three places I checked did not have any. I'm a fat bastard (diet started yesterday!), but I could lose 100 pounds (again) and my head would still be gigantic. Finding a size 8 hat is like finding a XL shirt at H&M. I decided to go to the Warwick Mall to get my hat. It's not exactly like finding a needle in a haystack, it's more like finding a quarter in a haystack. Luckily, the hat koisk at the Warwick Mall had a size 8. Mission Accomplished!
On my way out I walked by the food court because that's where I parked since I'm v familiar with the layout of the Warwick Mall and knew the hat kiosk is almost immediately outside of the food court. Yeah, I got in line at Panda Express, but quickly exited the line because diet started yesterday. Yes, I know very strong of me, but please hold applause until the end of this blog. When I got out of line, after literally and figuratively patting myself on the back I came across something you rarely see in the wild anymore, and no sadly I'm not talking about White Rhinos, I'm talking Aaron Hernandez jerseys.
Not only did I take that picture without being noticed by using the fool-proof "pretending to facetime" tactic, but I was so surprised that I saw this jersey that I shared it on two (2) different social media platforms.
Seeing the Hernandez jersey got the wheels in my head spinning. When (if ever) is it okay to wear an Aaron Hernandez jersey? As a Patriot and Tebow-era Florida Gators fan I feel as if I am an expert in this topic.
Here are the five situations in life where it's okay to wear an Aaron Herandez jersey. I now present you:
5 Everyday Situations You Can Wear an Aaron Hernandez jersey:
1. Performing stand-up in Boston.
I can't believe this is the best quality photo anybody got of Daniel Tosh wearing a Hernandez jersey at a show in Boston. You'd think this was taken in 2005 not 2015, which would make little to no sense since Hernandez was a junior in High School in 05 but this photo is in fact less than three years old despite having some daguerreotype quality. As Dolphins fan (no wonder why he's depressed) this was a troll move, very on par for his comedy. No issues here.
You can get away with anything if you say you're doing it ironically. (don't quote me on that)
3. If You Are Also A Murderer
It's like how jeep people always honk at each other, or how Jewish people will chose a Jewish business over one run by gentiles. You gotta support your own kind.
You can be anything on Halloween without negative repercussions. (again, do not quote me on that)
5. Whenever You Want
I bet you thought I was gonna end this with "never". Well, I almost did but then the snowflake on my nose melted and I remembered that I live in America and for the time being freedom of speech still exists. While Bob Kraft did his best to eliminate all Aaron Hernandez jerseys in 2012, there are still plenty circulating the streets. If you want to wear an Aaron Hernandez jersey you legally can do that, but just know you're gonna get some serious looks. Plus enough time hasn't passed yet. People (me) make 9/11 jokes all the time so time really does heal all wounds (unless you're Odin Lloyd) but for now you're gonna look like a fucking ass hole who is pro murder (and also suicide technically) if you're wearing a Hernandez jersey outdoors and are probably going to have fake bloggers write about you in their spare time.
I love twitter dot com even though, like most things I've ever loved, it doesn't love me back. I've been on twitter since '09, and although my handle has changed multiple times, my typo ridden, luke warm takes, and intoxicated thoughts have not. #hiredozo!!!
Originally I used twitter as an instant messenger substitute during senior project class to talk to my friends since it wasn't blocked on the high school computers unlike every other good website. We would just tweet at each other and not work on our notecards. Fun times! Over the years my usage evolved to talking about sports and drunkenly sub-tweeting my ex girlfriend. Even funner times!
Over the years twitter grew in popularity, but has been on a steady decline in my circle since like 2014. I use it more so as an internet newspaper now, an internet newspaper that I can also give my shitty commentary on life on. As a blogger, with aspirations much larger than DOL I use it to share my random thoughts, talk sports/music and try to make people laugh. Sometimes I actually do!
Nowadays (at least in my circle) twitter use has gone down rather severely. There was a time where it felt like every person my age was active on twitter. It started off like one of those car giveaways, you know the ones in the movies where everybody has a hand on the car, and the last person touching the car wins it?
In 2012 everybody I ever knew was touching the twitter car.
Now there's like a half dozen people still holding on. Some went down in a blaze of glory.
It sucks, I'm gonna be serious for moment, as someone trying to make it online, when a tweet you think was good gets no love it fucking sucks. I'm trying to build a brand here, people! It's because of my 400+ followers, I'd say less than 30 are actual people who are still active on twitter. So statistically it's not that crazy for them to not find what I said informative or hilarious, even if it was. Let me tell you, there's no worse feeling than when a tweet you thought you knocked out of the park gets zero retweets or favorites. Literally no worse feeling on earth. It's the worst thing that can ever happen to a person.
Well, luckily for me there's former Patriots TE Martellus Bennett to let me know that just because I don't have the audience I'd like doesn't mean my tweets aren't good. Sidenote: can't help but noticed he spewed this garbage take right after 4:20 pm. I'm no detective, but it's quite possible the recently retired TE was high on marijuana which altered his judgement to give such a poor take.
I actually got Chick-Fil-A last weekend for the first time in like 12 years and it wasn't bad, but come on bro this take stinks. For those of you wondering why I went so long without eating Chick-Fil-A it was out of respect and support for all the gays out there, so you're welcome gays, you've got a friend in me (not literally, don't go in me)
But after the New Yorker wrote the most ridiculous article about Chick-Fil-A I swerved and got it out of protest to the worst piece of writing of 2018. I'm all over the place politically.
As someone who's had In & Out exactly one (1) time, I felt it was best to recycle an old twitter joke and put Marty B in his place. I'll show him!
Well, whadaya know? Marty saw and replied with the ultra-genuine "Hahahaha. Good One"
Everybody knows if you get a "haha" which is like the cousin of the "k" text, they don't actually think what you said is funny. In fact in many cases, quite the opposite. I'd rather get an "lol" than a "haha" tbh. If you get over let's say 10 "ha's" then the person is going overboard, and probably trying to sleep with you.
Luckily for me this tweet feel right in the sweet spot with 8 "ha's" which causes me to believe this was at the very least an okay tweet. Which is all I'm shooting for, I'm cool with okay. You can make a career off being okay. Grilled cheese is okay and everybody fucking loves those Great Depression necessity sandwiches. Thanks for the exposure Marty. #hiredozo
Getting replies from celebrities is still cool af. II used to screenshot all of them, I remember Vince Wilfork replied to a tweet of mine when I was waiting to get a haircut like 7 years ago. Idc what people say, or if they think it's lame to care...I care, I get excited every time. It's one of the best parts of twitter how you can potentially get an answer from anybody on earth.
Song: Sky Full Of Song
Artist: Florence + The Machine
Florence Welch is an angel walking earth. Pretty much just raw vocals on this song and it's still amazing. What a god damn voice.
NORTH KINSGTOWN, R.I. (WJAR) — New rules will limit how many dogs someone can own in North Kingstown, with a maximum of five.
While supporters said they're just keeping up with the times, opponents argue there's no need.
Mariann Miceli, who was accompanied by Dolly, her one dog, told NBC 10 News they walk the streets of Wickford every day.
“I think four could be the limit,” she said. “But if they can handle it and they take good care of them, like I take care of my dog, I think it's OK.”
The town council approved the restriction in a 3 to 2 vote.
Councilman Kerry McKay, who has three dogs, voted for the limit.
“I think we did the right thing. When you have that many dogs, you have the tendency to have issues,” McKay said. “They create all kinds of waste. They can bark, bark, bark their heads off.”
Counilwoman Doreen Costa, who has two dogs and other animals, voted against it.
“If I have three dogs or six dogs, they're long to be groomed. They're going to the vet. They're going to have their shots. They're going to be very well taken care of,” Costa said. “And most people are good. They're going to do the right thing.”
Animal Control and police recommended the rule in hopes of avoiding hoarding situations, as there had not been a limit on the books in North Kingstown.
Animal Control Officer Brittany Curran said she checked in with a bunch of other towns, many with a limit of three dogs. She said there are about a dozen homes in town now with more than five dogs, one with about 20.
But the new rules will grandfather in those dog owners.
“We're just trying to update the ordinance and things like that,” said Curran. “Everybody that has their dogs are going to be able to keep them. We're not going to go out to your house and take them away.”
“Anybody could move here and have 35 dogs, but maybe they're not taking care of them,” Curran added.
“Not going to say that somebody that has 3 dogs isn't taking care of them right, but just in general, that's a lot of dogs. We should definitely have it monitored more.”
The new rule goes into effect July 1. Anyone who is not grandfathered in beforehand would need a kennel license to have more than five dogs.
I heard this news today on the radio while at work. I could've sworn I was listening to Rhode Island talk radio, but by the looks of things we're living in China!
I'm sure you just asked yourself:
"Why is that, Dozo?"
Well, friendo call me Craig David because I'm about to fill you in.
Yes, I know 7 days a much better song, but let me explain the real issue here.
You see, North Kingstown is now putting a limit on how many dogs a home can have at 5 (five) puppers per residence. Thank God they did because of all the issues in America right now this has to be in the top 3. Right after not enough Dunkin Donuts and the under-appreciation of Jason Bateman,
But seriously, this is idiotic imo. To me a town shouldn't have this type of power over it's taxpaying (can you tell I've been listening to a lot of talk radio) residents.
While I do love dogs, and to a point agree that having over 5 dogs is a little bit much I gotta side with the people who voted against this. As an American, and more importantly as a laid back, chill, cool. bro, guy I gotta say I don't like how NK is trying to tell people to live. Don't tread on my puppies! I live by the notion of live how you want, your house is your house. You do your thing, I'll do mine. I don't give a fuck what you do as long as you aren't harming people and it doesn't negatively impact others. For this situation throw good boys and girls (talkin dogs for old people reading this who aren't up to date with internet jargon) in the mix.
Tell me this NK...How am I supposed to explain to my children that our new gay neighbors—————-- had to give away 3 of their 8 dogs because they just moved to North Kingstown? Are you gonna explain to them why Christoph and Spencer had to decide which dogs to "give" away? They'll be heartbroken. What happened to the Declaration of Independence,,, "life liberty and the pursuit of happiness" ever heard of it? If having a football team full of dogs makes someone happy, as long as they're taking care of them who careeeees? With animal control always an issue in this country, people who want to take care of 5+ dogs should be thanked, not ostracized.
Who are you North Kingstown to tell someone how many dogs they can or cannot have? I mean as long as the person is taking care of them why the does it matter?
Also NK I gotta know, was this really such a pressing issue that they had to waste time coming up with this law? How many people complained about too many doggos? Were tons of people really moving to NK with 35 dogs willy-nilly? I know NK is a pretty affluent area with not a ton of issues, but I feel like there are more important things to worry about than how many dogs people own.
If anything why not put a limit on how many cats someone can have? I think worrying about crazy cat ladies, (which after spending any amount of time in Wickford you can tell there are plenty of in NK) is a much bigger issue. Nobody needs to discover a dead body being eaten by a baker's dozen of tabbies when some lonely lady who hasn't left her studio apartment is finally discovered after being dead for a month and a half.
Or better yet, let's put a limit on how many kids someone should have. That's something I can get behind. Bill Burr has said it on like three different specials. If you think people are gonna start neglecting dogs once the total surpasses cinco then what do you think is gonna happen with kids? Plus extra dogs aren't taking away jobs and sucking at driving unlike new people.
I just think this law could be the beginning of a very slippery slope. What's next taking away our guns?!?
Song: All Da Smoke
Artist: Future featuring Young Thug
Today's SOD comes straight from the b-day boy Michael Motorcycle. Be sure to wish him a Happy Birthday he loves it!!!