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Pepsi's Number Fever
"Victoria. And where nato angelo. Where a couple living in manila in the philippines. They had a pretty hot life. When i worked as a rickshaw driver and the whole family lived in a tin roof shack but they had a dream. Tim hoffa talks about this in his cautionary tales. Podcast and that dream is that they'll win a very unusual lottery. The lottery is called number fever in the lottery. Numbers are printed on the inside of bottle tops on bottles of pepsi. They sat down every night to wash numbers drawn on tv. If the number from your bottle top was drawn in one grand prize you could win a million pesos. That's equivalent to about forty thousand american dollars. That is a lot of money in the philippines in one thousand nine hundred to a life changing amount of money for victoria and anita if they were ever to win it but of course. It's just that one grand prize. What are the chances they would ever win. What was the number. The number was three four nine one evening. They are watching the television and the lottery. Juries held on the number comes up and it's three four nine. They can't believe it. Got forty thousand dollars a million pesos. They the children can go to college. Anita doesn't have to work as a rickshaw driver any more it would be like winning a million dollars in the us. Today but pepsi messed up and eight hundred thousand bottletops printed with the winning number three four nine so for victoria and horta the way i imagine. This is the run out onto the streets to celebrate and everybody else is on the streets and they're celebrating too because they all have the number three four nine on their bottle tops. So they're all going to be millionaires. Yeah well you'd think pepsi was on the hook for at least fifteen billion dollars
Nebraska Farmer Grows Citrus Year-Round
"In alliance nebraska. Winters are cold and windy but for decades retired farmer rest. Fench has been growing tropical fruit year. Round without an energy intensive heating system we have thirteen. Varieties of citrus lemons. Limes ten angelo's tangerines. United finch heat is greenhouse with a geothermal system that takes advantage of the consistent temperatures. Eight feet underground. He first experimented geothermal energy forty years ago when he was building his home he devised a system that pulls air from underground tubes where it's fifty two degrees fahrenheit all year. It worked so well that he installed a similar system in his greenhouse fans. Circulate the air. But that's the only part of the system that uses electricity so it's good for the climate and he says the greenhouse cost less than a dollar a day to run we've taken the cost of energy completely out of the equation fench almost ninety years old and he's still growing fruit year round and now he's helping more people do the same. He sells geothermal. Greenhouse building kits so other small farmers can grow citrus in the snow.
Your Poker Development Plan
"Want poker to be profitable but at the same time. You wanna enjoy your poker journey. Doing these four things makes poker easier and more enjoyable for you which is most likely going to lead to more studying more play more fun more prophets. So here's my four part poker development plan part. One is to live for bread and butter so brennan butter. It's seeing the flop in position as the pre flop razor versus one or two other players. It's a concept that i initially learned from tommy angelo in his book elements of poker my own poker game and what i teach. My students is all about bread and butter. Now when you live for bread and butter it ingrains the most important aspects for profitable poking your skillset namely those two aspects that you need for profitable poker our understanding and and utilizing the value of position and the value of having the pre flop range. So when you live for bread and butter you strive for positional advantage with every single hand that you play and if you can't have post flop position you're giving that advantage to someone else and it makes poker less profitable obviously less fun. You hate playing out of position right and you love being in position yeah live for brennan butter. Strive for that positional advantage. Also when you live for bread and butter you strive to be the last razor pre flop that means you have the best hands in your pocket. Queens puckett kings aces right and your opponent who called you pre flop. They don't have those in their range. They've got a weaker range. Which gives you that. Mathematical pre flop advantage. Now you might be holding jack nine suited. But they don't know that right. You came in for the race of. They called for all day. No you have ace. King ace's queens tens in your age all that good stuff right now when you have bread and butter you have that range advantage with that mathematical advantage and the positional advantage against him. It is so hard for them to overcome that in the long
Prayer Vigil Held Outside New York Hospital for Rapper DMX
"Of a hospital in White Plains, New York of Vigil is held for rapper DMX, whose on life support family publicists, Angelo Ellerbee tells the little woman Move him up. We don't praise the Lord. Wait, get the gift to him. DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons suffered a heart attack on Friday night.
Family, Supporters Hold Vigil for Hospitalised Rapper DMX
"A vigil this afternoon and White Plains, New York, outside the hospital, where rapper DMX remains on life Support family published lists. Angelo Ellerbee rallied supporters. Him up. We're gonna place the loathe way. Don't get the kids to him and DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons had a heart attack on Friday night. He has a history of substance abuse and the NC
LinkedIn Lead Generation with Sonda Eunus
"Let's talk a little bit about how you help your clients you know you. You've actually started out there. And you kind of made that transition from management solutions into marking sessions. Because obviously everyone listening to this podcast. If you're a business or you know you have to make money and blue. Is you have a hobby. Not of business. How did you begin. Changing from here. With management to helping with bringing in revenue. Because that's that's key you can influence revenue in a business. You're going to have a sound impact. So that transition happened for you so it was actually about you know finding a way to provide tangible intangible services right so instead of saying hey let me come in and consult with you and show you how to become more efficient and house. Make more money in the long run. It's more about. Hey you're gonna bring it on and you're gonna you know in one month and up with a brand new website and your social media's going to be up in your platforms they're going to be optimized in your group. My business account is optimized. You know and i mean we trust me just. We get started in one month but even when we sign on clients we tell them. Hey you gotta give us at least three months for you to really start. Seeing all of these efforts picking up right and that's just digital marketing. Just how it works because we can sell you the world but it's not. I'm dependent on us. You know what i mean would search engine optimization for example we can be doing everything we can for the package that we sold you but if somebody if your competitor is spending five or ten times more on odds van for those same keywords than they already have an advantage but again but that's where everything kind of comes together as a package and that's where you really want to figure out okay. Let's say you wanna do the online presence package. We will get you through this journey where you're going to end up with an amazing website that converts you're going to end up with great social media platform ages with followers were hosting for you every single day. Wise the day right. It's relevant content branded content. It speaks with your audience. We are hosting in groups for engaging feeble. you know we're creating back links for were zooming search engine optimization both on the website as well as off the website ongoing words doing online review management. So you're seeing that you're getting more reviews. More five star reviews. You're getting feedback. i'm you're seeing. Your email is the rowing. You're seeing that your cost per click for your ads is going down and now you're getting more results from the same ad budget or even lower than what you had right so when you're able to show them those tangible results then that's really the best way that you can then sell services and because you already have these people that are telling about youths through their friends and their colleagues right and i'm lucky enough to be in a community where our small business community is very very involved and everyone knows each other really really well. I'm so it's kind of like you. Start picking up speed then it snowballs right because it's all about word of mouth and that's really what i preach Yes we're marketing agency. And yes. we focus on digital marketing but networking is my big thing. Because it's all about connections right whether those connections are live connections or whether those connections that you're forming on link then ride or on facebook or on the digital World as well so it's really just all about connections that yeah that's kind of how we were able to start know seeing a lot more success by able to show those angelo results and people were like okay. I see what these guys got from you. So how do i get in you. Know right and ukraine talk about a few different approaches. You search engine optimization. Which as you mentioned you expect overnight success story i mean you can make tangible differences quickly it seo but it is a marathon not a sprint and matter of a snowball effect in the more you work. As more success you'll see in cambridge You're gonna invest more. You might get a faster response if you do it. Well and i can take some testing before you get there. It's just nature of the game it to any kind of advertising. that's test when it comes to advertising. You tested those at work you you you try something else and shot you. You have data experience but made the promise to getting kind of dig into your brain a little bit of. How are you getting your clients. These days because i understand you're doing a lot of that to lengthen and a lot of people saying i would love to learn how to use link and tap into that huge resource of business professionals. How do i get started in their opener. On question absolutely i will go into lengthen like to say that at this point we are not doing lengthened generation For ourselves just because the referrals are coming in so quickly that i am just working on keeping up with the referral. So i'm not a place. That is an amazing place to be Ring thin is definitely a huge wade sues. Dr generating leads. It does take a little bit of time. But especially when you're just starting out It's an incredibly affordable and effective way to get leads on something before you heard. Yes out you know i love. Is you said there about referrals because you you talked about. Making connections and connections you real word their relationships because you're not going to get a referral from somebody you haven't built that no like entrust actor was so clearly you're doing the once you make connections. There's a little bit more than say he. I have five thousand connects linked. Then nobody cares. I have five thousand people. I'm actually communicating with you like me. They responded engage. That's a whole different ballgame. And so i just want to make that assessment there because if you're getting all referrals that's it shows the power of getting started and then making that transition so he's pointed out before we dive into lengthened side of things. I think for here what you wish you had in front of you to get you down to past. Before he hit the fully referred type business. You have now. Yeah and you know what we did with lincoln. As far as lead generation we were before covid using a lot or selling event vendor booths as well as event sponsorships. So as i mentioned we are in event marketing company and a well marketing agency that specializes in event marketing at this point so we hosted over fifty different types of events and twenty nineteen and a lot of those were exposed with different types of vendor booths and sponsors and so that was something where we constantly needed new people and we were constantly doing lead generation. Rival lengthened was amazing for that. And i actually developed training that i was teaching team on how to do this on my so basically it all starts with. Let's say you are brand new. Let's say you don't even have a lincoln account get right used by setting it up right you start by putting in as much information as you possibly can make sure that your bio looks good. Make sure that your bio highlights your skills your experience as well as your passions right if you don't have much experience but a lot of the people that are on my team are very young you know i have a great relationship with our local college and so i get a lot of insurance and then after three months i hired them right by i get them and they do not have a lot of experiences. We work on writing their byles together. It's really about while okay. Maybe you don't have much to talk about yet. But what are you passionate about. Would you truly enjoy doing right. Would you see yourself during so things like really matter as well because at the end of the day you want to tell people who you are as a person not necessarily just list your resume. That's not what the really wanna see right. And then of course in your experience yes you will put whatever positions mad and yes the more experience you have the better ride but at the same time it's still about personality still about is kind of like a cover letter right when you're applying for a job a lot of employers myself included. I care more about the cover letter. Then the resume itself because it's not as much about the experience that you have as it is about the attitude that you have and the mindset that you have and from. You went hiring if i can see that you have a good attitude and that i can train you than i don't care. It could never work in this industry or gun. What i'm hiring to you. Because i can sell that you will be able to do it with the right training. So that's kind of how you want to set up your length and you want to bring that out there. You want to be warm and genuine. Be yourself and then of course you also want to have a very professional. Had sean right. If it's not a professional headshot please get one or at least say a very clean image of yourself. You know. Just right about here right. Like short was shoulders above. Do not good something where you know. You're holding your baby or something like that. It's just it's not the platform you know what i mean. There's i'm gonna play. This is something where people are coming to see you as a professional. So you want to eat
Joint custody of son, no spousal support in Adele divorce
"Today is Adele, who is announcing that The divorce with her now ex husband has been finalized. They came to an agreement yesterday in which neither party will be getting spousal support. They did agree on joint custody of their eight year old son, Angelo. These two were actually living across the street from each other so they could Raised their son during the pandemic, with US few bumps as possible. S o. You know, it sounds like you know, it didn't work out for the marriage, but it seems like they're getting out of it all fairly amicably.
Joint custody of son, no spousal support in Adele divorce
"A Grammy winning recording artist as reach agreement on her divorce what does divorce has gone final according to documents on the split obtained by the Associated Press the musician will be sharing custody of her eight year old son what's more Adele will not have to pay child support to her now ex husband the couple separated in August of twenty nineteen and Adele filed for an official split the following month the judge signed off on the divorce last week despite the breakup the couple was able to negotiate the terms of this split together both of them waive the right to seek spousal support and both agreed to share legal and physical custody of their son named Angelo I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
How To Navigate The Dance Of Life
"I'll start out this podcast. Episode with a quote from maya angelo. She says everything in the universe has rhythm. everything dances. Been thinking a lot about dance this week. Perhaps first and foremost because dance is a very integral part of my life. My wife owns a dance studio. My kids all dance and dance classes and this week were preparing for dance competitions and perhaps some of you may know this some of you may not but dance was a a very important part of my life in college I was a ballroom dancer. A competitive ballroom dancer and i competed with the team and we competed worldwide competitions in the uk. i've traveled all throughout europe and all throughout australia. Doing tours with ballroom dance. So that's a very fun stage and part of my life. And i wanna tie this into a couple of buddhist concepts with this podcast episode. Now you need to know. I know some of you may be listening to this thinking. I am terrified to go out and dance. I have two left feet. Or i would never wanna be out on the dance floor. That's exactly how i was growing up. I was always afraid to go out and dance and high school specifically. I was deathly afraid to go out onto the dance floor. But i think more accurately. It's that i was afraid to look like a full. Who doesn't know what he's doing. And i think i was afraid to look like a fool because that went against the story that i had of myself. Which is the story is that i am someone who does know what they're doing ballroom changed all that later in life in college when i first moved to utah. I the very first night. Actually that i arrived in utah. I went to An elementary school ballroom presentation. The family that i had moved in with their daughter was was Doing dance ballroom. And i saw a couple doing a dance and i was mesmerized. A first and foremost it was. It's really cool. Look in the second. I remember thinking. Where can i meet. The the kind of girls that do this kind of dance was just entering college. I wanted to meet people. And i realized by this and at the same time quite intimidated because again i i've always been afraid to dance so i i signed up for ballroom classes in college. And that's the that's pretty much it. That was the start of a new phase all throughout college. I danced and i ended up eventually being on scholarship for dancing and being able to tour the world. Thanks to ballroom dance so ballroom Is is a a fun part of my past on part of my memory. And here's here's the secret. I'm going to let you in on the secret with ballroom in ballroom dance. You memorize the steps so for me to memorize the steps. Once i had a pretty wide a pretty vast catalogue of steps that i could do. Then you just choreograph a dance routine based on the steps that you know. So pretty quickly. I was able to work my way up to the point where i was dancing competitively but i was never out there. Having to rely on my creativity to come up with dance moves now. These were choreographed routines whether it was Just with my partner competing or as a team doing synchronized choreographed dance steps. So i think. That's why i enjoyed it so much because i didn't have to look like i didn't know what i was doing. All i add to do is memorize all these routines and all these dance steps and then i would look like i really knew what i was doing. So that's that's my experience with dance in college. That's actually how i met. My wife was through our circles of friends in throughout the ballroom. Dance stage of my life. Okay so enough of that. When i think about life. I think about dance and music because it seems that many of us go through life thinking that happiness or contentment. Perhaps is a better word is something that we're always going to achieve tomorrow not today. It's always the possibility that something. I will experience tomorrow or at some future date but as we all know tomorrow never comes. We spend our whole lives waiting for life to start. Unfortunately we've been conditioned to search for happiness contentment as if it was something that's out there somewhere else it's not here and it's certainly not now it's something that we've been conditioned in a way that we we no longer recognize the relationship that contentment has to the here and now and the contentment and joy that we seek. It's quite frankly hidden in plain sight often right in front of our noses
Wolves' Russell set for surgery, out 4-6 weeks
"NBA note former Buckeye D'Angelo Russell of his 4 to 6 weeks, the Minnesota Point Guard undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Russell averaging nearly 20 points a game for the T
Cancel Culture: Slaying the Fox Monster
"We're going to cancel anybody. We disagree with cancel. Culture now has permeated every single part of our society. Sadly i predict it's only gonna get worse. Silence more dangerous voices. You know sean hannity. Maybe you're onto something in advance of an impeachment trial of ex-president on the grounds of inciting insurrection. There is growing sentiment for the cable. Channel that most amplified donald trump's ravings to be held accountable as well in the past week. The new york times washington post mother jones variety and cnn. All entertained musings about fox. One way or another being shunned from polite society. Washington post media columnist. Margaret sullivan declared quote corporations. That advertise on fox. News should walk away and citizens who care about the truth should demand that they do. Such is the post insurrection. Comeuppance zeitgeist after the january sixth riots mainstream social media rid itself of donald trump and thousands of other conspiracy theorists twitter. Dropped more than seventy thousand accounts devoted cunanan single day likewise partner. The extremist heavy twitter clone lost. it's internet host. Republican members of congress suddenly lost sources of campaign funds and donald trump himself lost crucial business relationships. Cancel culture sean. Well yeah more or less and so in this hour. We address two questions first. What if fox news were to be neutralized or at least radically ostracized and secondly in a democratic society in which free speech is foundational. Is that an outcome. We really want. Both questions are premised on the belief that whatever fox has been since one thousand nine hundred ninety six launch a megaphone for wedge issues fearmongering lies conspiracy theories culture. Wars has poisoned with sleep. Mutated it's no longer just an argument with the left. It's explicitly a safe space for insurrectionists and all those who imagine themselves under the heel of tyranny tens of millions of americans have no chance there are about to be crushed by the ascendant left. These people needed defender. You need a defender. Why is no one defending them. That was tucker carlson. One day after the storming of the capital which according to angelo kerosone president and ceo of the left leading advocacy group media matters for america exemplifies the channels dark and treacherous turn. They know that a part of their audience especially tucker's with this idea genocide that white culture is in some way being replaced in decayed and they are trying to appeal to that and they're warning them. They're coming for them. It's a political plain and simple. It's now standard operating procedure in the democratic party. Are you or have you ever been a supporter of donald trump on put a scarlet letter tv on supporters. This is a slippery slope. Are people going to say. We're not going to sell you a car. A republicans. we're not gonna. We're not going to issue you a mortgage conservatives. I mean how far does this go. And you listen as the geniuses explain how the single biggest threat to country isn't chinese. Hegemony or even the coming hyperinflation. Pretty much uncertainty now. Which was one hundred percent caused by elite mismanagement of our economy. But no let's not talk about that. The real threat is a forbidden idea. It's something called that's carlson. Dismissing worries about cunanan a cult dedicated to dismantling government filled with pedophile cannibals. Which is something of a departure from historical conservative values of states rights fiscal responsibility a strong military and self reliance because you know cannibals. The last year in particular is when it certainly seemed as though the cauldron of him and lies. That fox news had been boiling boiled. Over and i think it affected. Everybody's lives i with kobe and all the misinformation and how they influenced the public health response and then in the aftermath of the election. An how they kind of built the framework that really helped undermine the results in the minds a so many of our fellow citizens and after the rage it had helped fuel finally materialized into violence. Did fox hole back humbled in jason over. Its own dark power. No just last week. Here was fox news founder. rupert murdoch. Australia denouncing not insurrection but cancel culture is rigidly enforced. Conformity didn't better. I circled central me. A straightjacket on sensitive -tuni- people have fought too hard in too many places for freedom of speech. To be suppressed for this awful woke orthodoxy murdoch's denunciation of political correctness was widely interpreted as a vow not to cave either to the bleeding hearts or to the even fringe ear conservative channels like newsmax and one american news where many maga- fateful fled on election night. When fox was the first call arizona for joe biden in the aftermath the perennial ratings leader skidded at least temporarily to third place in cable news and for now. Murdoch is steering into the skid. Npr's david folkenflik reports by taking even more news fox news one of their top news. Anchors martha mccallum. She was shifted from seven pm prime evening slot to three pm in the afternoon. And that is a major opinion our and let's be clear conservative opinion. Our among those auditioning is maria bartiromo an anchor. Who has made a lot of unfounded. Unhinged claims here's one from let's just for the sake of argument except that fox news channel has not only crossed a line but defiantly stayed there and thus the chorus of calls for boycotts by its advertisers and of its advertisers in order to starve the beast in the interest of full disclosure in other spaces. I myself have called for that very thing. This happens to be the work. Kerosone media matters has been undertaking. Four years with mixed success. One of the big efforts was a campaign to get either glenn beck to be less destructive or ultimately fired and that's exactly what happens on the other hand or recently advertisers have sled tucker and laura ingram they have lost about half of their paid commercials they used to have more than thirty commercials show now the average between fourteen and sixteen and even though they've lost money obviously they're still on the network and they
AstraZeneca vaccine can slow the spread of Covid, and delayed second dose works, Oxford data shows
"Today. A significant stride was made in the race to slow the coronavirus pandemic researchers at the university of oxford. Say the astrazeneca vaccine not only protects people from getting seriously sick or dying but could also lower the rate of transmission their study is yet to be published but if it is correct it would be the first corona virus vaccine to do both. Let's talk more about this with dr angelo rasmussen. She's a variety at georgetown center for global health. Science and security. Doctor always good to hear from you. Welcome back thanks peter. Thanks for having me sure and this study has not been peer reviewed yet but researchers say the astrazeneca vaccine could reduce transmission by. almost two-thirds. Help us understand what that means exactly. So what they did in this study and this really follows up on results that they had previously published from their phase two clinical trial. That shows that if you swab Participants in the trial every week and look to see how many of them become infected after vaccination You will find that people who received the vaccine had far fewer cases of positive tests so the vaccine appeared to be preventing infection in these people. They weren't becoming infected at the rate as people in the placebo. Herb help us understand the significance of this because the british health secretary called this news absolutely superb. What you say. I agree that it's it's very superb. One of the biggest questions that we have had about all of these vaccines because of the way. The clinical trials were designed was their ability to prevent infection and thus reduce transmission in the community the way the clinical trials were designed was to look at symptomatic covid nineteen For a couple reasons one. That's the fastest way to evaluate whether the vaccine is actually efficacious or not and to one of the most important things we need a vaccine to do is keep people from getting sick and keep them out of the hospital but that meant that we weren't able to actually look and see whether the vaccine was also protecting people from being infected if people aren't getting infected then they can't transmit it to others so this suggests that not only are the vaccines very efficacious keeping people from getting very sick but they're also helping people prevent they're helping prevent infection altogether which means that they're likely to reduce transmission at the population level. Sure so that would be great. But the issue that astrazeneca's vaccine is not authorized for use in the united states that to change soon. Well astrazeneca has to actually submit an application for emergency use authorization to the fda. I imagined that when they decide to do that or if they decide to do that then. The fda will evaluate all of their data. I would be very surprised based on all of the data that they've shared so far if it didn't receive an emergency use authorization
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Abandonment of twitter and facebook The moment twitter why because twitter facebook label themselves as being of the left. Why would someone who is not of the last. Wanna stay there. I mean again A castle castle and banishing is a two edged sword. You vanish someone. You banish yourself at the same time right but you know professor. What concerns me about this when you when you look at when you look at societies as you you're a student of history and a deeper perspective than just a modern era and you see this sort of balkanisation in society. Social media used to be a place that people could interact a marketplace square. We have fewer and fewer of those things. How well that's yeah. Uh-huh alas That was a great promise of Of the internet and social media but The i guess the people who run them decided to break that promise was his broken is broken. I mean no nobody if you no matter who you are you leftist. Go for them as well as everybody else. When you go on twitter or facebook you now have to tell yourself. O- i gotta be careful what i say that. That's unfortunate because first of all. I think it makes less of a sort of sense of nation in amac's vaber way we have less and less in common but but secondly it seems that It's not as as enriching a life if you're not ever around or different of course. Of course look i ca. I was born and raised in a very very very homeless environment. And in the back of italy where the people who live of three miles away spoke recognizably. Different dialects came to new york. It was a it was a feast of diversity. There were people from all over the world. If i absolutely wonderful of far richer far more interesting place now. They done the The a little enclave which was raised I i'll never forget the joy of it but Yeah i mean we ever forced into enclaves. That's unfortunately it is. It's a less rich life however professor. Angela is cody via. You are a wonderful guest. I hope you'll come back and visit us again. We'll do thank you. Thank you sir..
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"The votes that went to donald trump who would basically not liked very well by a lot of people voted for on you know including yours truly. I voted for twice the The airwaves probably not friendly to buy oughta varnished opinion and i would vote time absolutely absolutely I did not but you see in order to themselves anymore. Love which which is why. They're trying to frighten everybody by saying if you don't knuckle under real fast. We're going to call you a racist white supremacist. And the anybody thinks that gonna make them even. Yeah that's gonna make them more loved more expected. No calling people names that they know that they deserve is not a winning tactic. It really isn't no but you know your book. The ruling class 'a have often said gave us a whole new structure within which a vernacular an a mindset. And i look at politics now instead of looking at it. Horizontally of the right and the left or democrats and republicans vertically of the ruling class and and the country clash with the peasants. And it's almost as if they're drawing the moat and withdrawing to the castle and saying as long as we can self deal and maintain our position in society will just trash the the peasants and hope. The french revolution doesn't happen. It's a very bad calculation. Look I one of my most. More recent articles called clarity explains all of that and the kind of position to put themselves in and basically what the what the rest of the country class can do about it The american people have a genius Which involves sorting themselves out into mutually congenial groups This has been going on since sixteen thirty. When roger williams led his band out of massachusetts the foreign providence colony The mormons who were disliked in new york and illinois want often found city And today there is a tremendous shift Of people away from ruling class institutions will class mores. It's physical and societal shift The the imposition. It just just look at one thing. The position of abortion on demand has willy nilly created a well nigh impassable bar two marriages between people on different sides of that issue and it makes sense. I mean why would someone who is pro abortion marry. someone who is who is pro-life russia Just so The the The moment that taylor gets back online you're going to see a.
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"And It is a far shame on the american media that they have not gone viral. Because this is this is both a A part of fox in support nation underhandedness perhaps corruption. Because he's friends But also you know a couple ability no less serious for being direct But the last line of my article was this kind of collusion by the media cannot remain universal forever. You know some guy willing to risk everything to gain is burst is gonna say hey. Wait a minute. He'll come some editor to run it. Something other than fox news right. So you know. I you know i. I sorta later the united states of america. There are no sequels. It's just if you care about the proper functioning of our institutions for the purpose of of education and information toward better health and you absolutely erode the credibility of the public health industry. It strikes me that the real loser is not the foul cheese. He'll retire to a good life. They don't lose it. American people the losers and particularly those who who needed vaccines in who needed better public health information look and the the the point is brought even brought that because it doesn't apply simply to to to to the health industry the health establishment. It applies to everything. i mean. They've done this with regard to to All institutions all to have been have discredited themselves for the the the narrow part of defeating donald trump. okay so they deceit that trump. Do they think for a moment. Did they have defeated the Call it populism if you wish The the the sense by on the part of the american people that they've been diddled ill-served. Heavens no have they have. These people made themselves more popular They yeah. They did with the elections And of course there's no way of knowing how many how many of those mail in votes were real and how many were not. There's just no way of knowing because the way the the way the system was adult it made it impossible to know.
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"On Regarding the uses of genetic engineering In research and everyone Responsible person involved in that debate beginning acknowledging that Is that you're playing with fire when you were Genetically engineering is the practice particular practice involved has to do with raising the potency of a virus a making it more communicable. Now why would anyone want to do that. Well The legitimate argument is is to understand what the the increased potency could actually do and Do i knowledge itself and perhaps the the The development of of countermeasures This debate has been going on for a long time. At a certain point. The obama administration decided upon advice of of some three hundred Members of the community decided that this kind of research would no longer be allowed in the united states of america. Why because of its inherent danger. The argument for the for the obama administration's decision was. Yeah you might get some benefits out of this. But it's not worth the danger involved so they said No more well it just so happened. That one provident kerala just by the name of anthony fauci disagreed and instead of just simply say well. Okay well you know. This is a decision of my peers and administration. So i will agree instead of agreeing. He used some U. s. funds. Which were i guess. More or less has discretion to fund precisely that research. Guess where at the wuhan laboratory that research on the on raising the potency. Communica ability of animal viruses. No we do not know exactly precisely which experiments so the three and a half some million dollars. The factory transferred from you from the united states to han were used but we know they were used precisely in general for raising the potency of animal. Virus like the bad virus like about coronavirus making a communicable to humans I mean that we. The documents on the subject are in.
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"To reject the outcome of the and to use all the institutions at its command. And they're all basically all those are gonna have to to overturn the the results which it direct astra to your question which is what what are the long term consequences with a long term consequences is that the ruling class burned all of those institutions. They are now they by using them to Overthrew the judgment of the voters and by doing so in a in a really south the stuff that way by doing it in a way that that insulted voters But i still think voters are very bad idea now democracy they they discredited the press discredited itself completely the the justice department the fbi The the Forget about the those of us know. It was discredited. Long ago But The american people again to ask not to get to the file point of your Of you question. The american people have become accustomed correctly. Believing that everything that here's a little above his ally and there's nothing more corrosive than that. I find it fascinating that a media that could accurately in many cases be accused of fake news a term. I never used before But turned out to be. True is so troubled that their level of trust is so low. Because you don't get that back and for walnut cronkite. Her edward r murrow to have not been trusted would have been. It would have destroyed them and right that that would have been trust is what they they traded in the last person talking about trust the last person i saw the media who sort of radiated trust What was where the other or not is. Another question was Bill o'reilly He looks like your grandfather talked. Like a grandfather was the most powerful thing on television when he was at his very moderate What every man thinks if you wanted to know what every man thought You know what everyone of the barbershop would not have. Had you would listen to to riley an incredibly good communicator. Better than i think people. That was such a skill professor. I wanna ask you about The the closing line of this piece says covering for that level of professional incompetence and corruption may be a bridge too far. You talking about pfau faucher. But i want to ask him for for a little more context. Here you say not. Only is the binding objective getting rid of trump no longer. There documents are surfacing the material complicity between faculty and the development of the virus. Yes yes yes yes yes. Oh yeah okay There has been over the past generation in the biowarfare virological community a debate.
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"In the result the consequences of what we've seen a couple of things come to mind to me for instance if the public doesn't trust our public health officials That could be very bad in the future. And i'm a person that believes in a healthy level of skepticism cynicism. But where else what else do you see when the dust settles as to how our world will have changed as a result of what happened and it's negative. Well it isn't simply record. Mind you. I mean this is a barely sort of the you might say the cl- pretty close to the capstone of everything that the ruling class did ever since Has done since two thousand sixteen basically what happened in two thousand sixteen is that the ruling class orderly shocked by what happened republican primaries all of the team republicans Were got swept aside and the only people who survived what ted cruz and and donald trump and they survived only. Because they're willing to willing to eager. They spoke ill of the ruling class and they meant to take away. Privileges now Trump the won the nomination. Not only because he was the the most insulting to the ruling class But also because of a of the dynamics. The unpredictable dynamics of a multi multi multi-member field In those situations when our as usually as it was in this case determined by who drops out when and who doesn't drop out when But the point is that whoever whether it was going to be cruised or Or trump the ruling class was faced with a real honest to goodness challenge right And when the challenger this case trump won the roy class One but i the Oh during the campaign. Hillary clinton had used a throwaway line about not accepting the results of the election. But by god the moment that the election results were in the class decided I slowly and tentatively but then With with turbo.
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"That that they and the fact of the pretends engendered a whole bunch expectations and caused a great deal of pain. I mean You don't wanna take allergy too far. The tiger is the the impossible situation that they have created themselves On the one hand Oh yes there's this horrible disease out there and you've got to you got to shut down in order to fight it well. Of course that's false showing down. Don't fight it at all But now you have got to open up and but but opening up in the face of so-called rising case counts Just simply impeaches everything they had to say now in that piece i also pointed i wanted to stratagems that is now being used in order to justify this half opening and that is the the they are changing the way in which case The numbers are being figured right The that the concept of cases with regard to coronavirus was always plastic. it was always a convenient fiction Okay let's let's get to the basics here this particular disease because of it is what it is Hardly in hardly inconvenience. Most of the people that infects So something like sixty seventy percent of those infected never know they are infected or confused with not feeling all that well that day as so we have no i just today we have no idea whatsoever how many people have been affected or not that has always been the case from the very first but from at the very first the Wise one decided that they were going to use a different definition of case they took people who are very sick very sick. And who tested positive for the virus and this This is a case and then they said Well What happens to people have these cases. Well people fact is that people who are very sick offer get very much thicker and they often die and so they said well. How many of these are getting sicker and die a lot. Oh well if you then take.
"angelo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Well folks Some of you will remember the scene in saturday night. Live where chris. Farley is playing the journalist. Who is interviewing paul mccartney and he keeps Just absolutely making a fool of himself by asking questions of mccartney that our our elementary pedestrian. Because he's such a big fan. I remember that time you were in the beatles and he slaps himself on the head. Well i have joked over the years about once every few years. I have an interview with someone that i hold in that high esteem. And it's hard to get through it. So i did all my fan boy stuff before the interview started but it is a real real honor. I must say on air To be hosting angela. Angelo kotova Who's writing the ruling class. Absolutely influenced my thought process and reordered a lot of things that i thought i knew so to have him. Make time to be with us. Today is an incredible honor. It's a it's a piece that he's written in. American greatness is quite a prolific writer. And i try to read everything. I find of his the pieces entitled dismounting the covid tiger the oligarchy is chosen method of reopening after the pandemic shows that it intends to attempt to validate the harm. It did over the previous year. Will it work professor you you sort of lay out the case here by the way folks. We've posted this to michael berry. Show dot com. You lay out the case here that that the oligarchy as you call them Setup this trump didn't do enough. This is all trump's fault to get into power and now they're they're in the natural response is okay well. Why can't you fix it well. Yeah look Every literate person does that Once a an infectious disease communicable infectious disease enters a population and once it gets rooted in the population. It will run through the population no matter what anyone does That is what diseases dude. That's what they've always done. And this one is no different from any other.
New York Rangers Waive Young Defenseman Tony DeAngelo
"New York Rangers make it a surprise move. They placed Tony D'Angelo on waivers one day after the defenseman and goalie Alex You're G F Allegedly had a physical altercation following New York's lost the Penguins last season. D'Angelo scoring 53 points in 68 games Good for fourth best for a
Vegas Golden Knights coaching staff forced to isolate due to COVID-19 protocols
"The NHL tonight in that? Weirdest scenario in Vegas right now, where Peter do born. His entire coaching staff of the Golden Knights were kept away from the bench to do an abundance of caution. As quote for Ju do Covert 19 concerns. General managers coaching Kelly McCarron is behind the bench along with the Henderson coaching staff. That's their HL affiliate. Vegas is trailing ST Louis in the third period. 4 to 3 Alex. Betray Angelo does have an assist against his former team first time playing them two goals apiece for David Peron and Max Patch ready in that game. Also in the third,
Adele reaches divorce settlement with estranged husband nearly 2 years after split
"Fell in the dirt alert. Hello, Elizabeth. Good morning, Friends Happy Friday Who? Adele, in her ex husband have finally reached a divorce settlement. Two years after the split for even forgot she was getting divorced. I know, because the last year has felt like 10 years, so it's actually text. We've been two decades since they had decided to split up so they you know, they first separated in April of 2019. They have a son together named Angelo. In 2012. He was born and there were rumors that they secretly married but she didn't confirm that they were actually married until the 2017 Grammys and then she filed for divorce. In September of 2019 s. Oh, there were lots of rumors about who she's been dating since. But she has declared that she is single. She's 32. He's 46 Simon
Amanda Gorman makes history as youngest inaugural poet
"It's interesting that Democrats choose to honor poets and Republicans aren't really into that. That aspect of the inauguration. I think it's really Really beautiful the way poets have been able to stitch together an American collective narrative through their poems. You know, in the past democratic inaugurations, I've remember my Angelou. Marry Angelo reciting that poem, and I think that was the first time that I was moved really internally moved by hearing her words and then, obviously Elizabeth Alexander. So I'm looking forward to today. I think s so many of us feel a five relief but also cautiously optimistic. I mean, we we do know that there are domestic terrorists of sort of threatened to ruin this day, so I think a lot of people want to get to 12 o'clock. And they want to get sort of. They want to savor the day but also get through the day. So it feels like a new administration is on followed footing. And here's maybe where the poetry and prose meat a little bit as reported in USA Today this morning. Amanda Gorman told the AP that she was not given specific instructions on what to write for the inaugural poem, but that she was encouraged to emphasize unity and hope. Over quote, denigrating anyone or declaring Ding Dong. The witch is dead over the departure of President Donald Trump. She's calling her inaugural poem The Hill we climb. Woman says she has been given five minutes to read. I believe the My Angelo poem also was five minutes prior to what she called the Confederate insurrection on January 6th. She had only written about 3.5 minutes worth, she told the AP. She said That day gave me a second wave of energy to finish the poem, adding that she will not refer directly to January 6 but will touch upon it. She said the capital mob did not upend the poem she had been working on because They didn't surprise her and quote the poem isn't blind. It isn't turning your back to the evidence of discord and division. So some
How does Puerto Rico become a state?
"It's common for people to lump puerto rican statehood and dc statehood in with each other and there are some parallels. Like part of rico. Dc is more populous than the states of vermont and wyoming yet. It enjoys no meaningful representation in congress and like puerto rico. This lack of independence has often put the district at the mercy of petty battles for political clout considered former congressman jason. Chafe it's who was elected to represent district in southeastern utah to the dismay of dc's liberal city council. This conservative politicians spent a significant chunk of two thousand fifteen. Nc thousand sixteen obstructing cities decision to legalise cannabis and to authorize euthanasia in certain circumstances. Schafer's threatened mayor bowser with jail. If she allowed legal marijuana she allowed it. I have a lot of things to do here. In the district of columbia me. Being in jail wouldn't be a good thing. Meanwhile puerto ricans reeling from hurricane. Maria could only watch as senate. Republicans held up the passage of a robust disaster. Eight bill for weeks on top of that. The economic fate of the island hinges on a bankruptcy like process established by congress called presa promise stands for puerto rico oversight management and economic stability act. You'll notice is not a perfect bill in the right direction. Those nielsen bus. Though john this it s mesa people born in puerto. Rico are us citizens receive a social security number at birth and are eligible for an american passport. They can relocate to the continental. Us and work freely the do not have to deal with the barriers that apply to most immigrants and yet their citizenship is conditional. Even if puerto ricans on the island wanted to vote for the president of the united states last november third the constitution forbids it and despite counting three point one million residents. So that's more than the dakotas en vermont combined. Puerto rico is not entitled to voting senators or to a commensurate number of house representatives. And as we get into later in this episode this is far from being the only tangible consequence of the island's status as a territory of the united states which brings us back to the big fundamental question that freeze puerto rico on november third should puerto rico be admitted immediately into the union as a state. Yes or no. On election day. Puerto ricans voted in favor of becoming the fifty first state. The vote was non-binding and would need the approval of congress to push statehood forward Directly voted in in an absolute majority more than fifty two percent to pursue stated that result sets the wheels in motion for the island's governor to appoint a commission which in turn will develop a transition plan for congress and the president's review that same day. These voters also handed a narrow victory to gubernatorial candidate. Pedro pierluisi from the new progressive party. While he's opponent. Carlos delgado favored the status quo. Pierre-louis is one of puerto rico's fiercest advocates for statehood here. He is in february. Two thousand fifteen introducing statehood bill before congress at the time. Pierluigi was puerto rico's resident commissioner. Which is a nonvoting seat in the house of representatives. Bipartisan bill introducing today flows from and builds upon the two thousand twelve referendum and the federal appropriation enacted in response to that referendum. In other words this bill is being filed now because the strategic foundation is firmly in place every action i take is designed to advance the statehood calls because it is beyond dispute that territory star status is the main source of wrinkles grave economic and social problems. There's no question that the united states treatment of puerto rico as a territory of second-class citizens has caused very tangible damage. But what must come next may not be as simple as deciding. Yes or no on statehood as both senator mitch. Mcconnell and governor elect purely suggest in fact november third marked puerto rico's six referendum on the question of statehood previous attempts have been mired in controversy and bigger opposed for example the two thousand seventeen referendum drew a ninety seven percent majority for statehood pretty clear-cut right but actually voter participation was abysmal that year. Thanks to a very effective very organized. Boycott participation was hired as time around but opponents of the referendum have argued that the question was stacked that it may not have been obvious to voters that a no steve hood was in fact a yes on independence or some alternative status opponents say the ladder deserves consideration that distinction between dc and rico matters a great deal. No one is seriously arguing that the nation's capital should become an independent nation. Instead the concerns over self rule truly boil down for dc statehood or no statehood. Not so with purdah rico. And it all comes down to the island's history joining me. Today is in is auto a civil rights lawyer at the center for constitutional rights and the author of. It's time to talk about cuba and puerto rico to an essay published in issue. Twenty seven of current affairs magazine angelo. Welcome to deconstructed high grabbing to understand. Why puerto rico faces a much more complicated question than statehood or no steve hood. I think it's important to grapple a bit with its relationship with the rest of the country in your recent essay. You argue that. Puerto rico gives us a sense of what cuba might look like today if it was still under american control. What is the context in which puerto rico becomes. Us territory rico. Became a territory. Much like cuba fell under united states. Monitor ship dominion through the eighteen. Ninety eight spanish-american war in which the united states took possession of guam had dominion over the philippines. And of course cuban puerto rico
A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou
"With the release of her book. A song long up to heaven a song. I like to do at a song long enough to have enough. I said many times. Maya has been one of my greatest teachers. I am so blessed to have her in my life. She is the one. I often look to for strength for wisdom for comfort and courage and also just to talk you know everytime we on the we're not talking about courage and with sometimes we just laugh a lot anyway. The sheer power of her words and insights have moved and inspired me. And i know millions of you. Maya says at a song flung up to heaven is the sixth and final in the series of books about her remarkable life which she began with. I know why cage heard sing the first book of dr angelo's bestselling autobiographical series was. I know why the caged bird sings. It made her literary star. Stayed on the new york times bestseller lists for two years. It is brutally honest account of her painful childhood and how she rose above being raped by her mother's boyfriend when she was just eight. And the six years of self-imposed silence follows next. She wrote gathered together in my name about her struggle to make ends meet as a single mother at age. Sixteen working as a cook. a dancer. a madam even a prostitute next in singing and swinging getting married like christmas. Maya takes on her journey into show business touring europe as a singer and dancer walnut phone informative and millions read the heart of a woman. Were maya takes us through one of the most fascinating periods of her life from her debut at the apollo theater to her first meeting with malcolm x. to the joys and challenges of raising a teenage son then in all god's children need traveling shoes she follows her heart to africa in search of her roots where she teaches at the university of ghana and works as a journalist alongside malcolm x. world now poet author actress activist. Dr maya angelou has risen to greatness time and time again is more phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal woman than ever. Please welcome my dear friend. Dr maya angelou do want to talk about something. Other than and wisdom shrink in hope. What is seventy four wheel like. It's so wonderful. It is so good. I thought the fifties were hunt. Until i reach the sixty the sixties out there. They're out there who. Then when i reached the seventies mount no the seventies you want to reach the seventies. everybody's stay alive reach this because do you feel age you know. This is a society that so puts age and ageing. And we're so concerned about it. Is there a point where you say. Oh yes. I'm now an older woman. No there are some things that have not escaped. Me team has not. Ecstasy has not satisfaction has not disappointment has not fear has not courage has not so there are some things which have not escaped me. So that keeps you young If you start thinking that you know it and nobody can tell you anything. You found the one way and you can tell others faults. It's already over. it's already too late. You have become old at eighteen at twenty five when you think you know everything but when you know a do a lot you've been around a long time and you've paid attention like you so interesting though because people say to me when you call her up and you talk to her. Does she talk like she talks when she's and it is true many times i call them my and like just the other day he says on the morning. I'm sitting in my kitchen table and she just starts a conversation. Let me get a pencil. write this down. She's talking and then she are you there baby go. Yes so tell me. What is this significant of a song flung up heaven It comes from the third verse in the nba by pauline's dunbar. And i'd love to say please. That may i the first. I says i know what the caged bird fields on me when the sun is bright on upland slopes when the wind blows saw through the springing grass and the river. Floats like a sheet glass when the first bird sings and the first bird oaths and the same perfume from its chalice steals. I know but the caged bird field.
"angelo" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"Hello my friends. Welcome to another show Thanks so much for the nice comments. Last week's qna also thanks to everyone who's rated and subscribed. I wanted a quick shout out to one. Mailing list subscribe called ben ben from the capture agency. Nice to have you on board All right so today is a nice one. I talked to another good friend of mine. He's talented accomplished musician. Angelo starr angelo's Been apart of my band for well since its inception quite a few years ago. He's knowledge and experience in music is vast and i definitely want to have a chat with hopefully provide you guys with some entertainment some knowledge and competence stories as well right.
"angelo" Discussed on The Playbook
"Get them the best debt best equity in the marketplace And our team that's involved with us to transform. The lot of people are on our team. They came to us fresh out of school. We've helped them to double triple income. Give them great careers. Give them stock in the company so they can have a great life. So i think if i can help my customer. My team member My family. I'm very focused right now. Helping my family and we also have angelo christian foundation where we help children. No child left behind. We take a portion of the company's revenue. He gave that back helps them from for go to school with books. Food shelter stuff like that. So you'll see a lot of that stuff on our show where we're giving back row a point now like since i'm stabilized and now we're going to help the rest of the team gets able is now. It's time to give back to the community. That's that foundations about. So i think that's matt maslow's hierarchy. That's a huge thing and we're at right now is continue to scale and more value to our to our investors and then take the company public and then give that back of that wealth back to the team. So that's the next chapter for me as amazing will. I think you are teaching great lesson you know that you cannot help others to help yourself that stabilization and i had to learn that right taking care of myself so i can take care of others. It's been incredible journey. I look forward to working with. Yeah alright learning more You gotta check out. Angelou christian financial christian himself he is the epitome of empowering others to empower others. Thank you up. That scale. And i certainly appreciate. Thank you for listening if you enjoyed today's episode in any way or found any value. Screenshot cher it. However you like my only ask is you helped me empower others to empower others to be happy..
"angelo" Discussed on The Playbook
"Was by Followed tillman for thiede. He's been yeah. Yeah and i saw. He wrote the from my book game time. Decision the blessing he's awesome. Yeah so he i've been. He's my hero my role model one of the people. I look up to From the same city that i'm in and found you Through the interview that you did with him. I was so blown away with your persona. The way you made everyone feel On the show. And i start falling your percents. Then april twenty nine hundred released it so I've been watching. Ever since. I really really love your content and i think that you master that very well you very clear you know what your what your target audience is and you deliver very very good content and it's and it's very unnatural trying to sell stuff snake oil. So why did that for years. Then turn out well for me. It's interesting you know. my father. was commercial real estate broker in texas partner. Was mac hike. All really yeah. My dad left ohio as a compulsive gambler and came to houston. Because there was no gambling in the seventies divorced. My mom got married to that. Young gal from texas and what he did. He partnered with back hike yoga. So i watched from afar houston commercial real estate and you know most people don't know this about me or maybe understand this but one of the people that i study. is joel osteen okay. I've been blessed to meet him Because if you watch him when you talk about frequency in. I can't tell you whether joel which one of these two powerful messages but it's one of the most the strongest signal of a speaker i. I can't tell he's good at it. I don't know if he's on the side of it or this side of it. But he has that strong conviction. He knows his spectrum and he's one of the most polished talk about clear You know i really emulate the clearness of the example ri- gives right. And i really tried to take the good messages whether you like them or not. I'm always looking whether it's our president whether it's joel osteen or other people that you know you can find fault in. I'm always looking no matter who they are looking for the light the lessons in the love and and that's changed my life and i know in this game you know putting your content out there. People don't understand all the time like oh my god. You said something positive about this guy because not everybody's bad. I'm looking to unify people. Not separate us and whether or not i vote for them or don't vote for them doesn't mean anybody's as good as they say are or as bad as they say they are. Neil you're somewhere in between. I like to focus it on because i believe if i focus on the greatest qualities of angelo christian right by focusing on that..
"angelo" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Different experience at six o'clock in the morning and feel like it's a sitcom. How come anyone made it yet. We could make a million dollars off of this sitcom that could talk to. You know thinking three guys were shot nine rounds in this guy at Recently angelo began his own small company. Omnivore salt beautifully packaged bags of his special blend of natural sea salt harvested from the salt beds off the coast of northern california and organic spices. When he came up with the idea to sell his salt he launched a kickstarter campaign and his friend. Filmmaker verner hertzog offer to produce his kickstarter pitch angelo guy who is a central cisco blacksmith. Artisan his renascent forage has become a center of cooking. Many of the great shifts of america gravitate his philosophy of kochi. Brings us back to the timeless essentials of organic food. I'm jay lewis like medieval man. Who makes his own wine. And krupa cures his own olives and meet and make salami in forages each season. He roasts wild boar or for his friends in his smoothie. He's constantly gathering all the fresh wild things. Nature has to offer and a long time ago. Here's created his own spice salt. He calls it. Only four in many great chefs use it. Oh since so many friends steal the delicious stuff from his kitchen. Angelo has decided to put it out of the market off on angeles food is organic. He knows we eat too much and in particular too much sugar too much salt. Too much fat. Unjaded assault has spices inorganic. wild family. That because of the spices us much less his grandmother in sicily generations before her new. This already taught him the secret ingredients. You can see verner herzog's video which we love at kitchen sisters dot org hunting and gathering with angela. Kara was produced by the kitchen. Sisters mixed by. Jim mckee in collaboration with jay. Allison laura culture capable. C'mon and the suburbans and vicky merrick angelo's fellow forager's were bob karoo stobbe carbonate and taking knickerbocker special. Thanks to the national endowment for the arts art works. The kitchen sisters present is produced by the kitchen sisters with nathan dalton and brandy how he can follow us on twitter at kitchen sisters or share your photo on instagram. You can see photos of angelo in his metal forge and recipes for wild fennel cakes or chini pasta aunt. Cecilia poached eggs at kitchen. Sisters dot org. Ray you can also see.
"angelo" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Today. We are here in collusion to hunt ducks morning of the season. After that we could everything to rest the south gupta. That's that's the pin. Tail z screen. Ahead calling the female nice smell mellberg's to know. What are you live ends. you also the decoys. I am at that country but also nature. Over and i don't think to the to love nature life ducks and some of them make this. Why france anju. Why do we do what we do. I think because we are pre-start people we haven't shake out the east think of hunting like almost you know we won't be able to shake her out of us because we're kind of living these three scott. I cannot resist winding the tape back a little bit and taking you deeper into the duck blind behind the scenes with debut. Angelo and sabi. Birds are gone. We don't they already left. This is the last holdouts. Id's the ol- duck. Like how come. These didn't already leave. Which one those. Those are decoys. These are all the kinds. I think those are the one you keep here. S to trick the live ones. Every one of them has a name. We got about six hundred of them. I was wondering why they were responding to.
"angelo" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Radio welcome to the kitchen sisters present six where the kitchen sisters dave nelson n. Nikki silva the kitchen. Sisters present is sponsored by artifact artifacts sets you up with professional interviewer to capture stories about the important people or things in your life. Think about it like your favorite podcast but about whatever you want. We just used artifact talk about how the kitchen sisters met our style of producing and some of our favorite stories. Here's what we did. We went to. Hey artifact dot com and told them a few basic things about what we wanted artifact to be about step two. We then answered a few pre interview questions scheduled an interview step three. Our interview was about thirty minutes long and it was pretty easy and fun. From their artifacts professional editors and sound engineers. Take care of the edit and the final product you can visit hey artifact dot com to browse examples and learn more about how to start your own. Listen to our episode at hey artifact dot com slash sisters. Get forty dollars off on your first by using the code sisters. That's hey artifact. Dot com h. e. y. Eight rt. I f act dot com. We wanna tell you about a brand new podcast. From w k m s npr x. Called middle of everywhere middle of everywhere shares big stories from the small places. We call home rich. With examples of tribalism and kinship skepticism and idealism defeat and triumph hosts aerial. Lavery and carter tell stories of life in rural america. They provide a connection for those who have left but still identify with small towns and explore the growing appeal of rural life middle of everywhere season one features stories from across kentucky from a magic healing stone to a ninth generation farmer battling and insurance company for his beliefs area in austin explore some history of the bluegrass state busts. Some stereotypes and share what motivates people in these communities. Listen and subscribe to middle of everywhere wherever you get your podcasts. There's fennel here today. We are here qaluza to hunt ducks morning of the season after that. We put everything to rest south. That's coots that's the pintail see. That's a mild screen ahead calling female famous small birds to know. What are you live today with. All of us thinking of home and family and of all the things we love and miss this year the kitchen sisters present hunting and gathering with angelo gara and a few words from verner heard sock about angelo and his omnivore salt. We met angelo garowe. Gosh maybe two decades ago we were working on waiting for joe dimaggio. One of our radio stories about the return of gelatin. Joe at age eighty three to his parents village in sicily story. I'll get you the episode number in a second so we needed help with some sicilian translation and a friend told us about a blacksmith. From sicily hidden down an alleyway in san francisco and who made artisan wrought iron and cured his own olives. He sounded promising. David called angelo the blue and asked him to listen to our tapes over the phone. He stopped everything he was doing to translate the recordings and then invited her to forge that evening. For rapid and polenta. We were in the midst of the mix for joe dimaggio so she didn't make it out that night but a few months later the phone rang. Are you coming for lunch or are you coming for dinner. It was angelo. The next day davis spent a rainy afternoon at the forge eating. Lunch by candlelight. Everything was handmade by angelo. The salami prosciutto pasta sauce. The wine even the candlesticks. The next week after returning from hunting he called to invite us to a wild boar dinner then a few months after that we went. Foraging for fennel. That's when we began following. Angela s he follows the seasons harvesting the wild recreating in wrought iron and in cooking the life you left behind in sicily..
"angelo" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Last time we examined Angelo and Kenny's turbulent childhoods. . They're toxic attitudes toward women and their first three murders. . Today will cover the series of strangulations that had Los Angeles on edge as well as the fateful falling out that brought the cousins on done. . We've got all that and more coming up stay with us. . More by early November, , nineteen, , seventy seven cousins, , forty-three-year-old Angelo Bono Junior and twenty, six , year old Kenny Bianchi Felton principle they'd raped and murdered three women and loved it. . There I. . Two victims were sex workers known to frequent the sunset strip and their most recent kill was an aspiring professional dancer and waitress but to Angelo and Kenny they were all the same. . The cousins tossed the naked bodies of all three women along the. . Roads and hillsides of Los Angeles noticing the similarities between the murders authorities suspected they had a serial killer on their hands and they quickly -duced that the killer wasn't working alone the lack of fingerprints, , footprints and tire tracks at each dumpsite suggested that the killer had help. . There was no way one person could carry and dump the bodies alone but not wanting to tip the killers off police withheld their theory from the media. . then. . Again, , there wasn't much media attention on the murders yet and with little coverage in the press Angelo and Kenny felt free to choose their next victim on the streets of Hollywood and this time they wanted to be more discerning in who they picked. . Angelo had a taste for strawberry blondes and firmly believed that younger was always better. . If they were going to commit a crime, , they figured the woman had to be. . Worth it. . She had to be beautiful enough to kill in Hollywood. . It's not hard to find looks to die for and on November Ninth Nineteen, , Seventy seven Angelo and Kenny noticed a striking blonde waiting at a bus stop along the sunset strip twenty-eight-year-old Jane King was a stunner who'd look years younger than her age she was perfect. . Kenny approached the aspiring actress with a friendly smile and took a seat beside her on the. . Ever the charmer he engaged Jane in friendly conversation for a few minutes carefully building a rapport with her as he listened to. . Jane chataway Kenny. Feign . surprise when Angelo pulled up beside them in the Cadillac playing the part Angelo offer them both a ride home which Kenny readily accepted Jane hesitated at first. . But when Kenny flashed a badge and told her, , he was in the police reserves, , she happily got into the car. .
"angelo" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Carmen Angelo on W., t. a. m. eleven hundred and one zero six point nine FM with the until four o'clock this afternoon. W. T. A. M. Eleven hundred Andrei not succeeds me. He'll take you from four to seven. WTN Eleven hundred. If you WANNA jump on board, the phone lines got a couple of lines open to one six, five, seven eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one one one back to the phone lines. We go bill. You're on, W.. T. A. M. Good Sunday afternoon to you bill. Time and boy that Leshan Willie laid it down, so they didn't. She without a doubt and. It's kind of like trying to you know. Follow Frank Sinatra after special concert. It's not really you know what I mean. It's like what am I say that is unbelievable was. Left me Split I. Don't I don't think they should meal. I don't think they know the history you know. All countries are bloody histories. All of them were all in blood. And What is the black es understand? They plotted a Web Way Schnur Park the first guy. The boss massacre was with a black. And they fought. They fought for freedom for this country. So why would they decide on the other side? Go to you so now let's bill. Let's be fair. It's not just African American football players. Okay I mean case in point. Let me play this for you. Yeah, but I am saying if if if Catholic when this started yet, and he was followed by other black players. The whites I mean they're caught. They're all caught in nets symmetry of game if I do you damned if I don't. You know what I mean. It's like if they don't then. They're betraying buddy. You know. So. It's like I I get. Well. If, they don't be you're you know going against the country? But what I'm saying is what irritated me today. I'm watching. People cared on the statues. That's our history. Good bad indifferent. And you had black slave owners. He had three thousand wax playboys in eighteen thirty census set, and they own thousands of plays. And when you start, saying it's the white man. This is a black man. She's got a problem because you're going against the whole people, and that's not right well. We're American. Whether it's black or white term that causes a problem well, and you know what. We had Angelo call in with trip earlier today between nine and noon. Look first and foremost for humans. Findlay were Americans and if you listen to Sean and it, people missed that call. You can go to the W., T. or the MITRO. Sano show facebook page. I posted that phone call. Okay, it's it's all of us. I know. But here's what I'm saying is when you start saying it's all the blacks fault or it's all the white fall. That's not gonNA have a year. Long! It's absolutely not true. Not what I'm saying that's why getting to. You. They're talking about reparations stuff and it's like hey, man, you. Had you know you won't slaves also, and it wasn't a race thing. They wanted to make a buck. I mean you have slaves in Africa right ten million sleighs. Nobody talks about that. Trend million faith plays Africa nobody mentions that. You know. He's people can't on property. They don't have a last name. You? Know their kids aren't there. If the government of the person that owns them and they don't get paid. So, what do you call that you have and bill? Thank you for the call. I mean the injustice It's it's worldwide. It's a damn shame to one six five seven eight eleven hundred. If you want to jump on board to phone lines open back to the phones we go and Julie you're on W.. T. Am eleven hundred good afternoon tea Julie. Hi Carmen. Thank you for taking my call. you know first of all happy flag day to you! Yes, happy flagged I also we WANNA wish. Julie hold on, we also want to wish the United States Army, happy, two, hundred, forty fifth birthday and I also want to take this time out to wish Donald. J trump, happy seventy, four, th birthday in Washington DC today. And I am a United States army veteran. and. Yes and I'm also a nurse. And I'M GONNA Central Italy So this is very special. my husband and I. We have she storms come through Akron Ohio. She take our flag down because we honored our flag and the fact that It came out today about Baker Mayfield, wanting to slow down and nail to the flash. DISGUSTS, me. It just absolutely It's an insult. You only time we ever. Neal is if a man is down on the field. Or if a man is down on the battleground. Any of those things that when we kneel. We Stand In honor of our flat, and that's what we should be doing and showing unity. And instead of them Naeli. How about they go arm in arm out onto the fifty yard lies. This is my husband's idea. How about they go out when they flip the coin of WHO's going to kick off? How could they go out on the fifty yard line with police officers arm in arm. With the captain of that game and Baker Mayfield showing unity for this United States of America in which they are honored and they are. Privileged to play a game. Do about that if that were to ever take place, could you imagine how proud everybody in that stadium? Ticket holders along and you know the Cleveland Fan base. where, we're insane. You know we are more than above and beyond always. And we always support the underdog. We always support that, and if if you cannot stand there, and then you know. What does the things I? Just WanNa bring back up, Leshan. My husband called me he he was at the grocery store, and he said honey. You gotTA turn on. T. Am eleven hundred I. Oh, on it, so I got on there and I heard was sean. And I'M GONNA. Tell you right now, apartment. I cried. I-. I- bogged my hat off and I'm GonNa, tell you. That woman had every single thing accurate. And there's nothing in this world more..
"angelo" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Angelo Ponzi your host here at the Business Growth Cafe and thank you for joining us today at the cafe. I'm excited have rich Cacuso founder and president of Sales Positi advisors deserves to discuss how to help businesses see the possibilities in their sales program and drive business growth rich. Welcome thank you thanks for having me on Angelo. Oh absolutely I'm excited about this conversation now to all fairness to the audience we we have a relationship <hes> not that kind of relationship but a relationship that <hes> from a business standpoint that we've been working together and doing some things and we're going to announce some exciting news at the end of the show and and hopefully <hes> you'll take us up on this offer that we have coming up but before we get started. Why don't you tell the audience a little bit about yourself and your company and all those good things sure thank thank you for having me on and hello to all your listeners so <hes> you know my my company sales velocity advisors? Our focus is on helping build world class sales teams. That's it that'll help. Companies grow revenue sustainable revenue growth for the long-term okay fantastic fantastic well it to my shows the very first question I like to ask when you think about growing your business. What keeps you up at night and well <hes> I think the things that keep me up at night are probably very similar for many small business owners and that's that's just how to manage growth? <hes> you know of course in in this business when you're when you're in the consulting expertise space <hes> you know you you have a limited ban with in terms of how many clients you can serve <hes> on simultaneously sleep so you've got to be very smart and selective on who you're working with and balancing out the visit development access <hes> aspect of the job <hes> versus the client servicing aspect of the job. I'm sure you can relate to the Angelo I can so I've been in the fractional space now actually on and off throughout my career they didn't call it fractional back then they called it contractor part time and things like that but now in the last four years in that fractional space and that is always the dilemma in your your new couple years now into the fractional space and the biggest difficulty I have found and I think you just stated it. You've got a search of the clients you've got to go out and network and do all those things make presentations you finally get a few clients and then you're working those clients dance and we tend because of our limited bandwidth stop. Maybe the networking in the pipeline aspects of that so that's for me personally. That's what keeps me up at night is thinking about pipeline how to continually bring value to my clients while at the same time making sure that there's additional business coming in because of we do a great job at what we do we do. We work ourselves out of a job as so true. You know you think about it. It's very analogous to too many many small businesses right you. You've got this value proposition that you're excited about and you launch it and you're able to <hes> attract customers to your brand and you know you've got a revenue stream and those existing. Justin customers are fabulous and and you've got you know terrific relationship with them and then you stop focusing on New Business Development <hes> and that is really probably one of the critical mistakes that all companies make <hes> as their over reliant on their existing customer base and they're not focused on the future and having some level of time spent on New Business Development and that's one of the things that that I work with my clients with right you know in managing both aspects of the business servicing existing clients. Can you know you wanna be able to retain that business but you also need to be <hes> ongoing on an ongoing basis prospecting for new business well that and that Renewal Business Ah the tends to be where folks seemed to be comfortable. It's easier to make sure that you're constantly renewing and re and recapturing that same all business but there's that acquisition. I always look at the acquisition side. If I WANNA grow then I need to have some kind of program Graham in place for you and I give a presentation open giving a sneak peek of what we're going to talk about at the end but have presentations about how to continually to help grow your business from a planning aspect and things like that now <hes> your background is thirty plus years it <hes> Fedex not not a small company not even a medium size company true and I've had the opportunity to work with many large global organizations over the years and one of the things as a consultant as I start to speak to to businesses in the small to a medium size area they push back a little bit and say well. You know you've got all this big brand experience. That's not our company. I don't know how we relate to what you did for. Let's say Purina or <hes> Unilever Unilever bringing down to my small thirty million dollar company and I always debate that with him because to me it's about the skill set and not necessarily how much money my clients had do some of the marketing activities so does that happen to you in and how do you address address that coming out of thirty years of a large corporation <hes> Yes it absolutely does you know I spent like you said thirty years at Fedex and in a variety of sales and sales leadership roles and you know what when clients engaged with me. Eh what I'm bringing to the table is my experience and expertise in building and leading high-performance sales teams. That's what I do and the conversation that I have <hes> with perspective clients is is simply this my focus is on the fundamentals and ensuring that you've got the right people the right process and subsequently the right performance. That's going allow you to achieve sustainable revenue growth. Just the fundamentals just the basics. That's where we're going to be focused focused on so we're not gonNA engineer something like we would for a sixty five billion dollar company like Fedex. We're GONNA engineer something that works for you at five million twenty five million fifty million whatever your revenue spot is because Angela you and I mean we're really focused on that small to the lower part of the mid market right yeah typically it's one hundred million dollars or or an annual revenue and these are companies that <hes> focusing on the fundamentals and being able to execute mute them is the difference between surviving <hes> versus thriving right yeah well exactly and I think that the <hes> strategies we use. I mean there's just consistencies in to your point. The basics with marketing marketing is marketing and if we really understand are are kind of value propositions and to be able to work within whatever those frameworks happened to be so you know when I talked to too many small medium sized businesses. This is the founder many cases still there. They are the chief sales officer marketing officer operations offer officer and janitor right and so making that transition from doing everything or or. Certainly leading the charge to being more in that leadership role where you now empowering other people. It's it's a hard. It's difficult to make that transition so in your experience. What advice can you give the listeners that are in that but how how to be more efficient in that transition transition and really kind of changed the game right? It's very common <hes> in terms of like you said the owner C._E._o.. They're the chief sales officer and unfortunately that's not scalable and you you'll get to an inflection point with revenue where you can't grow any higher than you're currently at <hes> because you know that owner that C._e._o.. They're running the business and they'll have time to be fulltime sales fulltime marketing and fulltime time operations and and and be the C._E._o.. Right the visionary leader that they're supposed to be the company from a strategy standpoint so <hes> yeah you get to that point so nice problem the half where we've grown pretty quick and <hes> and now I'm at a point point. Were you know the the business these me to step back and be the true C._e._o.. <hes> or owner and I need to bring somebody in who's got expertise and a variety of disciplines that can help take us to that next level so whether that's working with somebody like me or trying to do it on their own you know sourcing <hes> assail the ideal sales candidate or candidates that could come in and help effectively <hes> prospect and convert a new business and continue that growth trajectory. I mean that's really the next step in the process and and it can be challenging for for owners and CEOS to navigate that <hes> but again you know with people like you and I <hes> that did you bring a lot of expertise to the table week we can come alongside of them and help in that journey and most probably the most important part of it helped them source top talent <hes> that will <hes> you know contribute to their success <hes> going on four so what are some guidelines I mean we we have talked and I've had <hes> other people on my show and we talk about talent acquisition and really identifying do go Jim Collins putting the right people on the bus right and maybe even swapping them around in the seats so what are some kind of strategies that that some of the listeners can could put into place when they really start thinking about the right people to bring on board well great question and I totally agree with you. I think first things thanks I. You really need to be able to SPEC out. What's that ideal? Candidate profile look like what's the skill set that you need the background inexperience you have. I would submit to you. It's more important to bring somebody in who's got sales D._N._A.. Day In their blood <hes> then it is to bring in somebody who is an expert in your particular industry and the reason I say that is this you can very quickly immerse somebody in a specific industry and over a period period of thirty sixty ninety days they have become pretty knowledgeable. I mean it's not that hard to pick that up but you cannot <hes> just bring somebody in who's never sold before or frankly is not wired to be a salesperson the bringing them in and teach them the nuances of how to sell and have that personality where you've got a strong ego drive <hes> your you know your your self motivated your resilient you need to be because you're going to get a lot of knows you're very disciplined. In terms of how you organize your time and where you spend your time you're able to successfully overcome customer prospect objections <hes> you're able to motivate <hes> prospects to to you know say yes so they signed that contract they start doing business with you and then you have the ability depending on the company and what you want from the Rep to also <hes> build and retain that relationship so they continue to do business with you those are things that are really hard to develop and it takes time so if you you know sourcing somebody who's got that type of skill set. They are bringing that to the table. They don't need the industry piece you can. You can teach them that you can train them that but the other stuff you know I would submit to you. Louis the you have the D._N._A.. To be a good salesperson where you don't it's you can't coach to it if you don't have it. You can't coach to it. If you're an introvert. You don't like being if you don't like being in front of people and tell your story and getting a lot of knows you're you're not going to do well. Tails is not where you want to be out. You got to play to your strengths right so that that process of the ideal candidate profile. What do you in terms of prioritization right? Here's the most important thing number one sales d._N._A.. Right number two maybe something he's got a few years of experience in.