10 Burst results for "Arnoldo"

"arnoldo" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Excited about it. And proud of and i'll just say people. Listen to this podcast. We did an episode. George schlatter who remains a character to this to the day. But so we're up to the point. I guess where you're waiting into the business as you said. That show didn't last that long but really within a short period. There's some projects that were. I know apart from your uncle like fast times ridgemont high which was then edited down a bit and then probably most notably birdie right but then also a few with him in that same period rumble fish con club so i guess people might wonder when did when and why did nick coppola become nick cage. Was there some event. Yeah absolutely fast. Times ridgemont. high is turning point. So what happened was i was sixteen. Maybe and auditioned for the judge. Reinhold part brad. A lady ten times. I don't know i never lied about my age. I mean i think people said i did. I didn't i told the truth. The reality is they wanted to cast me in that part but they didn't think that i could work the hours because of my age within judge did it but gave me a kind of a well crummy little part another arnoldo parts. That's true. I have respect for everybody in in film performance but that part was crummy and there was no not much i could do. I think they called me the nerd from fast times. And i won't mention names but the you can imagine. These people are people that i might tie on fire and then they would congregate outside my trailer and they would say things like And they know who they are. They were saying things like. Oh nick nicholas Be an actor because tzanko to render the godfather and then it was like a. I love the smell nicholas in the morning which was lying from pago. I love the smell of napalm in the morning just went on and on and on and i just remember. I had this moment soggy. Some friends and i i think. I don't think i can make it like this. Ab- people are gonna keep bringing that up when i'm trying to do mine. Focus on this path. That i wanna get on and so i got one. I wanna change my name. And i was thinking what name should i have and i take cage because cage was interesting to me because the balloon cage the comic book character. I i liked his name a cool name and then john cage the longer composer which was brought to me through my father again so it like a name that had a duality to and it was short and sweet. I had a good ring to it with nick. Nick cage like a really western name charles charles bronson but for me. It was nick cage. I i liked it so so. That's where the name change happen. I don't think it went over well with my family. I don't think my my grandmother morello. We call was happy at the stupid dumb thing but nonetheless. When i went out on my i thought it was for martha coolidge on valley girl as cage and i had my head shot and she was going through all these different people with the casting and she said. I don't want all these pretty boys. I want someone who looks like acid. You picked up a picture of me and whose name nicholas cage and she brought me read. And then i got the part. She said i did know. You're nicolas coppola. If i had known it would have colored my perception so bingo i i did the right thing i had to do it and i'm glad i did it. I am nick cage. And i'm i'm happy with that giving me. I am sorry that spending mine my grandmother or anyone else in my family. I'm still very much coq. I still have a coppola mine. And i still consider myself very much. A part of that family but i am nicholas cage and i'm proud of minor. My named what's interesting is that i guess that's one example of having a sense of where you what you where you wanted to go with things at an early age another though. Is that even as you began working and in those first years of of doing stuff that people were seeing you were doing things that maybe people today label They they found it. Weird or unusual in terms of your. I know from from who channeling to play a character. Let's say two different mannerisms and gestures and things that you would bring the parts. It was not your typical naturalism. That people have been going for lately. And i know that that was not a coincidence. I wonder how did you what what made you at an early age. When a lot of people would be happy to just be getting work and not want to do anything to rock the boat. Not only were you willing to try kind of different stuff which you've had different labels for but to be very fixed about you weren't gonna be dissuaded from even if the men potentially being fired or different things i'm talking about correct me if i'm wrong but like your local. Did peggy sue got married in eighty six but in that same period is raising arizona. Moonstruck several where it sounds like. It came pretty close. To going off the rails. But you said your ground well first and foremost. I was blessed to work with people that they may have been worried. There was a time on zona. Were jolson cast. This person acted that test. That person i auditioned for that part of million times. Fifteen times probably. But they stuck with me and i think that francis stuck with me and they almost came. They flew up to his house to fire me in In the big spaghetti dinners. Who will this is the performance and this is ways doing and you know when i was doing god. Marlin was doing that. Voice with conmebol In what that either but so he was very supportive protective of me. I've never work with him again after that experience but that notwithstanding that he had my back moonstruck again that was norman. Called me during the holidays. Were celebrated said to dailies. Aren't working the and i just like. Oh boy i'm gonna get fired. So i i was trying to bijon marais from john hawke tos beauty and the beast and i dropped that voice. Originally i talk like i dropped it. Even though he was speaking in french speaking at brooklyn accent like the east but was fascinating. Is that john patrick shanley. So we'll you. Original title for the script was the walls from the bride. So i was reading between the lines. I was taking up on something and my father. I'm i'm on hopscotch. It my fault told me a story about a japanese rock garden artists who went and visited the ultimate japanese rock garden and the maestro's deceased and he went and looked at and he's looking at as the student. He says something's something's wrong. Look over there go over there. Dig out over there and sure enough. They uncovered iraq. That was missing. They put it in the right place so to me. That's where i was going with john. Patrick shanley's script. I was reading between the lines. And i was uncovering the rock which was the beast and it was the wolf in the crime. But i was again. I was growing up with these performances. Always grown up with anton. Walbrook in.

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"arnoldo" Discussed on Living In God's Rhyme Podcast

Living In God's Rhyme Podcast

06:40 min | 10 months ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on Living In God's Rhyme Podcast

"Said nice way to end the hearing agri for this just pleased with the way it comes. It always amazes still amazes me how y'all sit there and things will come to you. Our god will give you words to write down. Doesn't do that for me. Give me give me words to say. But he won't give me words to right now. I right very well. Not just kidding folks. it's been it's been a good day for us. A weird noise coming through somewhere. And i don't know what it is yet but it just went away back. It doesn't matter folks it is what it is. We are a podcast and we are here. We are live here in your in your in your computer or in your phone or on your tv wherever you may hear or listen to tim Before i forget. I wanted to make sure everybody knew that we are going to start doing video. So we're doing videos as we have been recording but we're going to be posting them soon. Have not done editing them. All and you'll be able to find them on youtube also on our website. We're going to take the content. I'm gonna take the contact page and make it into a video page so you'll be able to watch us home. The contact with age has never worked correctly anyways. So i'm gonna change and we'll just because you can contact us on any one of the pages so why not do what into that but it will be fun and i let him do that. I mean i mean. We're both very very talented folks. Don't forget show why i didn't lie. You're very talented with what you do at work work in a computer. I mean there are things that i have did not doing all others to zoo. That takes that takes intelligence to hoax. Also don't forget to tell your friends about our podcast here. We are growing but not quick enough. I think with your help. We can grow a little faster so more people could enjoy. Tim's poetry are banter and hearing about the blessings that god has given us in our lives and those around us on. I did want to mention want thing coming up. Two episodes this episode sixth season two episode of season again. We're going to have another guest and this is a guest that Tim has known for a long long time. And i went to school with its. It's there's some fun stories. They're gonna wanna listen. To and tom is a very accomplished minister. And other things you're gonna find out about. Sorry about the pause folks. I didn't know what else to call time. He's a great guy so look forward that in season two episode number eight. What do you got forced to well. First of all. Since i had a lesson in how promote things last week i show you. We've been talking about your work again. Well you come by god's crime in this beautiful red color or you wanted me you want. Then you want to buy this one second book. God still rhymes my light. Which i got to show my asian better getting finally what the podcast was named after living in god and of force when the fourth book of the trilogy is ugliest. He'll have something more god and rhymes and yes. You can have four book in a trilogy. It's called poetic license. Forget but that's a while no i think. Yeah you can buy books at. You can go to your amazon. I'm sorry your local arnoldo flirt. They probably won't have it. Because i'm not world famous author yet all have copies in the local store here reporter one of each so please one of you and you can go to barnes and noble online and also get it but in the store you can go and ask them Tour for you in the thing like about that is if you order book there that they don't have in stock you can't return thank goodness and the other thing. You adaptation go by is amazon. We all know how to go to amazon. Buy things go to amazon and click on the name of one of the books. God rhymes gut still rhymes. Living in god's ryan and afterwards type in kim carter it'll take right till the book and was in a book or two that you should see the two and you can it their own. I hope that you to buy them. And enjoy. 'em i've had a haven't anybody i have had a few people. Tell me how it's a couple of times but it's it's my story. That's my story. Where my turning. Wisconsin start at the beginning of my really coming to realization who jesus was understanding completely. Who was an today and i. I hope you look into and if you buy them. I hope you enjoy them. And don't share what your neighbors author head will put her in her books. Tell by one of his own renee.

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"arnoldo" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"So i never even heard is curious out until yesterday but They announced very that they will no longer publish use resources for or have anything to do with all of their. I guess their recipes concoctions shows whatever will no longer have any actual meat in them. They're going all woke all franken food. And of course they're responsible they can't wait to taste it. I can't wait to get shimizu. Able so good in nexus dana boli in stuff almost simultaneously to epicurious does announcement almost simultaneously. Think congressman massey announced. That he or she didn't announce he just He was in a twitter twitter. String in about Congress or a conference rather. that's going on at tennessee. I'll give you the details. The rogue food conference are twenty twenty. One tennessee event is happening. Friday june four the saturday june fifth at the beautiful flat rock farms in lewisburg tennessee farms located south of nashville and central tennessee. Our first ever today are f c. That's rogue food conference We'll kick off with it in with. An intensive training on friday led by Nitty nitty bali or nitty bali and another rmc speaker then friday We'll have our Vip dinner and on saturday congressman. Massey's giving a there's a lunch with massey Had these speakers here. This nicole sauce lady from cast iron. Crazy and max kane and reclaiming your freedom. I'm only bringing this up to illustrate is not an endorsement of the event. Because i i don't know anything about any of these people may maybe Brian k and some of you homesteaders out. There not know about this. I do know about joel. Salatin and salad. Ten is one of the guys behind the rogue food con congress or conference But i do know this. And i can't tell you this and you can see this now and this is a completely god. Free will not really but secular version of the upon these rocks congress pretty much that's pretty apt description and i'm not saying that i have an issue with that I mean of course. I do because we want everyone to convert to the one true faith but i think that this is a good thing and since it's the first one they say it's the first one. What's that maggie. It shows more free farm. Friday than was a gift from god. That was providential and it just shows that our thinking in many of your thinking. Our numbers are just minuscule. Small tiny don't even exist on the proverbial radars green. But it shows that. I believe we're over to target and that we're not the only ones that see what's happening out there and are willing to retreat or or to take the proverbial the bugs bunny left turn in albuquerque and heading in a different direction and direction. We are called to ahead. My money got even the secular people whether they in meet with an admitted or not and their naturalists. You know pachulia oil. Or what have you is your operating in the natural realm and you have a love and respect for it no matter what you think but arnoldo organized religion. Now you do you just call it. Farming if there's a natural realm. Well how did it get there was created. Then there's a supernatural and this is where the distinction comes in So i just. I'm delighted to hear about this This rogue food conference. I like the fact that they're going rogue the and look what what's going row joel. Salatin and polly face farms is going rogue raising getting sassy. With massey congressman. Massey has a put a tweet up yesterday you know. He's a cattle rancher. He's got a huge farm in kentucky that he manages he is completely off the grid.

"arnoldo" Discussed on ProductivityCast

ProductivityCast

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on ProductivityCast

"It is also pork Pending where you are, you may be lockdown and technology, but also you have now different ways to use the device and a lot of these conversations are going to be asynchronous. Remember as new are having your own cows at home. Dylan was people getting your kids to home school. In helping your significant other. Also the other people are too so remember. What may have been I quick. Two minute answer in the past may now be a ten minute answer because a person people need to you know, get back, read it. Before, they can even answer you, so daddy's also important to take into consideration in this day, so some of those communications going to slow down. It was really easy to walk to Lucy's down. The Hell to get that done on. Lucy may have done it with you. I never told you that she's not the person who do that because she knows how to do it. And now you need to go through the proper channel. Okay, so think Arnoldo things and. As! Remember also that a lot of the infrastructure? It's not designed for everybody working at Hell. K. offices has much much larger mind with okay much better. Tools than what a lot of people have at home. So June need to have also that patients with the technology with what is happening with how things are happening so that way the things and the best possible I think the number one tool that people will need to manage is quiet, not not quite the physical tool, but. They'll discover that when they can work an uninterrupted way. That they can be way more productive than if they are subject to distractions the way they could be in the regular office which has an open office plan. I think that this is about. Pot of the success of working at home is about preservation of. Your focus and quiet as a big contributor to that big tool to preserve your focus. So what could take two hours in the office could take an hour an hour and a half..

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"arnoldo" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

14:23 min | 2 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on Pressure Points

"If they knew it was Minh if they recognized that are no they would walk away. They're just like Oh. My eyes are closed by accident. Whoops I thinking ten minutes. Take a lot of these. Nazi groups were bussed in from out of town and the Min intimidated the bus drivers and made them leave the city. I love this this Oh great. This is Timothy Amazing. They would yeah they. They basically infiltrated the march. And when there will be the random acts of violence before it really exploded it would be a Nazi guard catches a pipe to the back of the head from crowd. The cops come over. Nobody saw it. And this dude is fucking our of it because he got a lead pipe to the back of the brand is feels like the shittiest still based video games just like you throw a fucking bottle at the back of some guys had any like turns her and he's like wait a minute and then like the meter just goes down and he's like I'm fine now and they're like cops just wandering around Pretty much what it was. It was a good. It was a good time so they took out. They basically took out the guards. I and then began started a riot police immediately. Lost Control and hundreds of Nazis got the shit kicked out of them then when they were running to not get kicked out of them to where all the buses are. It's just an empty lot with ten Jewish people with hypes in would ten baird. You Ten fucking bear. Jus Just there. And during the riot during the beginning net Arnaud actually a approached the ranking officer for the police and said. Hey we'll call off the riots but we need a ban of all the Nazi meetings. You know something's Bruin here and the COP said I want to. But they're not technically doing anything illegal like they're they're doing it all legally and this system is fucked up but yeah. If anything's technically illegal it would be than beating the share litter. They just like constantly assaulting though. I support it exactly. Yeah I totally support. This kind of has if anything illegal is like Oh. I can't support that like earlier again. Legalists at bucket. Dolt Bro. Yeah so they immediately was thousands of people rioted in the city after all. Those people were beat up. The rights dispersed and targeted Cafes that were known to host Nazi rallies the Nazi rail nause any kind of building. That had any kind of Nazi affiliation was bricked through the window. Fuck yes like. It was a great. The result of this was it was now illegal to any kind of meeting permit. Doesn't matter if you're not say doesn't matter if you're a minute man. Nobody can get a permit until we figure this shit out and earn opri much. That was a success for him he got and say. I mean they're they're gonNA meet without a permit. It's fine like they're already doing something illegal. This not really gonNA stop them now. They made what the Nazis doing now illegal though like sell. You remember how you guys had your your little organized meetings. Not any more stupid. Because of US I love. That whole here was so who was such a great feel like the most wholesome episode. We've ever done really. I even cut out some of the stuff about the Kristallnacht which is like the the night of tears with the Jews. We'll get into that later though. Another episode on it do. Oh yeah definitely so people a lot of people. Mostly Nazis argued that the Nazis freedom was being threatened. And Oh no no hate speech is being threatened or you so said fuck off there was a group of Nazi people who Nazi people of Jewish people. Who thought that all of this rioting and causing issues for the Nazis would lead to more anti-semitism? It's like a proof of concept because I'm a Nazi and I hate Jews and then I'm being targeted by Jews. Their animals like it's it's stunning comeback prominent. I'M GONNA make a cut of that and it's GonNa be what I promote from here on out. No no no you fucked up. I'm done. You're finished he done in. This industry is son of a bitch. I was done in this industry before we I mean no big never mind. You're super famous so feel important that we acknowledge you. So the this this became this started kind of a weird a weird time for this fighting because they weren't a lot of a lot of rallies but there was a lot of fighting still in fact the only known use of gun was by the Nazis. Of course fucking was NAT. Arnold was walking down the street with his chaplain of the minute. Men and they. They stopped because some kids were on. The road are not on the road. They were on the sidewalk lighting off fireworks and I. We don't have youtube or porn hub. Like oh I'm GONNA WATCH WORKS AMAZING. So they turn so. The road is to their back and they turn to watch so the kids are technically in front of them in. The road is behind them and a car pulls up and shoots thirty eight revolt thirty eight thirty eight revolver at them and missing that Arno hits chaplain in the leg but it was towards kids. She's off some Naughty Shit. The fucking they. Martin Luther Kingdom. Almost the tried shifting was children. Were directly in the line of fire lately. But that's not what this is huge. She'll in terms of these our fights where people don't usually die now. Fuck it's gashed. Guns are don't guns are everywhere. But they're not being kids die every day. Yeah that's fine. Especially IF THEY'RE POOR. Poor kids with probably honestly. I bet that they weren't lighting off those fireworks on the fourth of July or the New Year so technically speaking there were two people breaking the law the kids. I don't know if it was a law that point it was shed. Okay yes history. Yes this is history through DIS history. So Arnoldo got a ton of recognition. He basically became a local hero at this at this point but the friends of new Germany started to gather again despite the ban so the men would do their best to respond in every way possible. They would incite riots. They would slash tires cause issues. The police started walking around and patrolling with fire hoses. Because again they're still ins women's pocket they can't just they can't just indiscriminately attack. These people because woman has so much poll and Blackmail Amsterdam control on these cops. Says like fuck we gotta do? We gotTA walk around with fire hoses and just hose them down six cries. This is just this. Feels like the nineteen thirties and forties version of gangs of New York. I don't know what that is. It's a it's a movie but I figured it would be it's between like Alcott I haven't seen him forever. But it's like between the Irish and Irish Catholics and like the Brooklyn mob essentially from what I've collected from what I remember and almost the same shit like the police were on one side pockets just riots and all this. It's it's just funny perfect. I love it so they began to meet and they were smart. The Nazis pulled pulled a smart one over earners is he goes to throw a brick through the window and it was made out around the window shattered but there was chicken wire in the window. So the smoke bombs instinct bumps bounce back on them No and Naronha was arrested sentenced to jail for thirty days. The way he was arrested he was booking it down the street and one of the cops pull that gun shot high. Once he kept running shot high twice. Net honor surrendered. O that is not a cool way back in the day you chew high two times. They didn't stop. You should have in the back unless it's unless it's a three week in which case you shoot high like ten times. Usually I've ever seen that Christmas movie. I don't like Christmas. Keep talking. That's diehard never my sam ask how dare you I tried. I tried to be cool fucking legend which surprisingly just thirty days in fact some of the Nazis after this because his people stayed around so beat the show. People got more time because they were breaking the ban on meeting so this this kind of changed the the how the group operates because now that he had a record related to this group if he went away again it would be for a long time for a hate crime. Right my wrong well. Yup pleasingly hoards inciting hate crime. Just whatever they could get him on. So the I love this part they transitioned into this like guerrilla warfare. Type Thing Helio where people would report their people's journals at this author found where they were like yeah. I owned the Baker. I lived in the apartment up top and two times out on the week. I look out my window. And there'd be a group of three of the minute men beating the shit over Nazi just on the street they would go around in these little groups of five or less people and just raid places they knew. Nazis were a lot of times these cafes would only like. After they were closed they would open their doors to these Nazi groups and they would bust the windows and beat the shit album drag them out on the street. I mean I feel like the Nazis were dumb enough. They'd like they weren't discreet about where they were setting up. They weren't buried in my in my mind imagining someone. That's like swastha bagels. And it's just some asshole as Austin Bay just making swastika shaved biggles and these minimum men commotion Bagels Kosher Bagels These minimum come in. And they're like you're making swastika bagels. And he's like yeah. I'm a member of the friends. And he likes digs his. Hannity's like would you like to join in there. Were Jewish and he's like you disgusting and then they just hopped the side. Beat the shit out right there. That's how I liked it all. Let's lint down. I like that better. The Nazis were the dumbest Group of people that America pretty much net Arnaud basically. He came out and said that almost every single night they would have multiple groups running around beating the Nazis because they the police found that ledger with the known members written on it and so women owns the police. They knew who the Nazis were and they weren't very subtle about it too. Didn't even have to have the police systems. They began these covert covert groups where they would send in people to pretend to be. Nazis get invited to a meeting can spot go into some of his garage and beat the shit out of them. One of the take to Swastha bagels. Hey wait a minute wait. Where's your friends card right here? How do you have enough money to afford to bagels? Are you Jewish God? He's got us boys and there was. There was one specific event. The closest one of the members got to losing their life one of these dudes. He was one of the higher up. Enforcers got a line that there was a group of six Nazis and they hang out at night in the evening time at their friend's garage because they were all working on a car. Like A fucking summer movie. I don't know that we're working on a car that had really efficient gas systems. They only weighed six tons. Only so they were. They basically busted into the garage. And this enforcer had baseball bat with one nail in it one like six inches off the top and he basically use it just to intimidate people. Like they wasn't usually he wouldn't attack people with for the most part or he would turn the spike away because he knew he didn't want to get charged for. You don't want to get to that. Yeah then it's a heart attack. It's natural it's the way God intended. So they were going around and he was beating the shit our people he came around the front of the car swinging with a spike forward. Because he was gonna hit the headlight out and one of the minute. Men comes around the corner. Swingers lead pipe and that bat with the Spike connects with them and buses skull. Open Boom Nail right on the skull. The minimum didn't die. Oh they got in an ambulance. Got To the E. R. and he fucking survive somehow with nineteen thirties. Medicine whom I the nail didn't cause any damage sort of rain. It just busted out the skull so he had you know a traumatic brain injury. Yeah but they were able to keep it bandaged and they had the scope pieces And they just put everything back in. Didn't get an infection. And he was back on the street in like four weeks. Oh my God the shit out Nazis. Those he's slowing just. Nobody hit me and my temple. Nobody hit me right here. Interest he just has a circle with a slash shirt. That's like okay okay. Other don't hit him there. No headshots on this unless you want to go to jail for murder so this is where it gets worse. Oh okay all right. So there's good news. The Friends of new Germany died. They all dissolved. There's a shitload of infighting There was a ton of anti-nazi news coverage because women owned the newspapers and Hitler basically came out and banned membership to different Nazi. Party's you could. I mean he came out and said across the planet. You're not allowed to be an announcer party. That isn't the Nazi party. Which makes sense. Because that's what they supported. Well a lot of the idea. A lot of the reasoning. Why Hitler did this. As far as we know as far as we've been able to figure out is shit like this was happening..

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"arnoldo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on KOMO

"Inside of the home which left both the resident and the intruder heard deputies say it all happened at around ten thirty PM when the army and forced his way inside of the home on two Park Road in Castle Rock from there the intruder began fighting with a man inside as his wife call nine one one the home invader ultimately shot his injuries are described as non life threatening we're told many attack also suffered minor injuries during the confrontation hello Neil komo news coming up on four chan into the heart of the exterior sports does now the defending champs at another talented soccer player to rave green details from Cuomo's bills warts twenty eight year old Brazilian gel Paulo is versatile gritty clever and capable of playing any number of midfield positions he will be the Seattle Sounders newest designated player Washington Huskies football today lands a top defensive back for the twenty twenty one football recruiting class Shikari spears from the LA area gives the dogs a verbal commitment you dub men's basketball continues to struggle in the last five minutes of games it happened again last night in a three point home floor lost to Arizona listen at the end of the day the only thing you can control is you know how hard now smart you play tennis coach is you know we gotta coach better we've got a lot of youth we gotta keep teaching you know we keep making the same errors the same mistakes coach Mike Hopkins dogs host Arizona state at seven o'clock tomorrow night and come all news it's the you dub women in Alaska Airlines arena this evening taking on long time nemesis Stanford NBA players what where twenty four and two on their all star jerseys those were the numbers of Kobe Bryant and his daughter G. ana who perished in Sunday's helicopter crash near Los Angeles western hockey league action tonight has the Portland winter hawks skating in Everett and then tomorrow they'll go play the Thunderbirds in can't sport to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come on news and companies time is for eleven security teams are closely patrolling the land and water in around Miami anticipating Sunday Superbowl fifty four they're also watching the skies as one hand has learned the hard way here's ABC's Jim Ryan your gun Arnoldo Rameau's Tehran actually has a certificate.

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"arnoldo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We get more from rusty Melberg in the WTMJ breaking news center Melissa the Wisconsin policy forum says the percentage of students who are prepared for college courses based on ACT scores has held steady or slightly declined over the past five years in the course subjects they add this could limit the number of people who will be available to fill college educated needed job openings in the future W. W. system says their admission guidelines are not solely based on ACT and SAT scores but includes high school courses and other factors quarantine orders been put in place by the trump administration following the corona virus outbreak that originated in China if this is believe it can take weeks for someone who's infected to develop symptoms health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are says there's no epidemic here but precautions must be taken any US citizen returning to the United States who has been in who bay province in the previous fourteen days will be subject to up to fourteen days of mandatory quarantine to ensure day for they are provided proper medical care and health screening the order takes effect Sunday at four PM security teams are closely patrolling the land and the water in and around Miami anticipating Sunday's Superbowl fifty four they're also watching the skies as one man has learned the hard way your gun Arnoldo Rommel's Tehran actually has a certificate to legally fly drones but that doesn't matter a no fly zone has been imposed on this entire area and police say the forty six year old was caught Wednesday night taking aerial videos of Superbowl related sites around Miami beach if he's convicted of knowingly and willingly violating national defense airspace you could do a year in federal prison Jim Ryan ABC news Miami WTMJ news time three.

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"arnoldo" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Industry in the CO performance in the cool on jeopardy buildings at the moment. I think this is just going to become more and more litigious and yeah I would not be paying. Arnoldo and I think unfortunately people going thinking that they're going to side money but one I think it's true thirds of a new building projects go budget best as wanting to stab ask spread because the cost loss guess what you're on a bill when you bringing is project so as I said as was done in three Nigel very I I was on a building. We learnt from that to to switch back but it's it's messy. When's the book coming up odd number lovely. I'm stressed discriminate- satisfied. Since before we begin second-phase was getting a design. Rot Certifies was before you baled. What's the meal getting it built and the thing is that when you've done the phases well they spice should happen very smooth very efficiently and be very streamlined and everybody should just be doing all the things that you knew that we're going to because you foreign for it all along so getting billed as obviously about choosing field. and getting a project management systems in place so you might not be an automobile but somebody needs to project manager project the builder is not your project manager they project manager. Ange Inge ensuring delivery of your project but they'll also be managing their profitability systems and processes as well so I always feel that you need an advocate for yourself on site so that's why they go to be youth or somebody else made a project manager or an architect or somebody like that that you high at to represent you at weekly meetings. You'll tracking cash flow. You're tracking in Congress against time and checking things of banged on us for the contract and the drawings and that you really keep you informed of that and just sort of let things get away from me. Sorry and the the biggest problem is just say the red flags that white women in particular really struggle having difficult conversations with a builder doesn't necessarily Charlie Lock having proper intentional conversations or I say what I'll say is a couple talking to the builder and the billable addressing the husband and the the the wife Connor feels left out of the process. She wants more time to make the decision she wants to go to an opportunity. Go Away and think about it and build is not giving her that time and everybody bodysuit and they you know she feels a bit rioted and so yeah it's really about making sure that you've got processes implies fat proper communication proper reporting weekly meetings at critical. Michael and at the end of the died becomes the builders when I take it you actually have permission to be on the signs up saying high-minded get locked out of their unsought. S- sorry it's it's essential that you have that imbedding contract upfront that you will have access to decide they'll be weekly sought names occurring that you can tracking parts in that way so giving communications. Sir Critical what what what are some of the wise communication styles might particularly if somebody's feeling modules. It's really it's really important that when you're actually interviewing builders that you actually esa time that have decent communication style you know it's not something you get taught as part of the process of becoming and sorry you. I want to know that somebody's being transparent and open in the way that they communicate with you. They're not trading me like navient. They actually say that. They're the expert that testified in support your way your needs kids are at and help you feel ring short that they have processing. Fleiss fell be very communicative about talking about how they do things and when I talk talk to builders decided me neither questions silly question way no that we need to answer these things we know that we needed a Mike Catt clients feel taking care of and supported and and and and that this is a big deal for them they first time or it's not done this often. We do this every day and then needs to be some expectation management around that as well built as optionals professionals. You need to make sure that you don't expect that you just going to be able to call them at seven o'clock at night just because that's when you've got harm from what and you know that you have processes in place and that you always keep communication in washing as well and they're keeping the communication in writing if the handling things casually if they're not operating according to the contract if they're operating they fallen fallen system out of the glove box walk away like it's just there. It's you WanNa say I've got Adnan. Stop or they've got some kind of prices implies where they not going to be taking ten other phone calls on your side during the die from ten on the clients that I that I actually have systems and processes that that you'll project's GonNa get dedicated attention and that you'll always gonNA. Feeling Forbes guys weekly sought meetings this such a hotbed of communication they way you can deal with those issues and you can anticipate anything coming up so you don't get from Szott that says hi. We need that happening tomorrow when it hasn't been mentioned for the last four months side really really great johnny on a like this clearly. That's a Turkey firework. You mentioned the rake at story before the ANABELA. What can you share with us one of your career horror stories. What's what's what's terribly fish. I was considering Kabila Look there's been a few along the way I know personally my husband and I were inviting. You know there were quite a few way we sing like we chose the March and ended up having a disaster with it are Memba standing on sought pregnant arguing concrete slow grinder about the terrible joke that he'd done and how he was running need actually short-circuited the fuse fusebox so that he could run the power that he needed directly without bypassing the sites which system system you know sorry an night on all kinds of things like yeah. That's the thing is that what I found. Is that if you can realize that it's it's not personal problems is that it's it feels so personal because you're mush. Leah Tach to the fact that you creating your heart and you generally dealing person to person and insight everything feels Cyprus but I found that what's always worked for me is when you actually just stick to the facts you know stick to the expectations and be really clear and when it's not working that you just cut your losses and pull out it can be this thing of God and talks about some costs are way you feel like you've already invested so much time and money. It's too much time and money to walk away but all you're doing is backing yourself into a West Moore's corner and you know we've had I remember one client. The building had been a fantastic builder to start with but then he went through marriage break up in the middle of the project and things just pay shy and he was installing stuff that wasn't as manufacturer specifications in the client was a lawyer so it's just it's it's sad that client immediately went well. This is what needs to happen tech these to the tribunal and it ended up ending really badly for the buildup but if if if he'd just been able to he just pretending like everything was Kai Sahr and exciting yet. It's it's one of those things you've got adjusts mic sure let you stay on top of it not making it personal by everybody always has stopped dealing with and may standing pregnant having compensation with a concrete and bowling while is up at one of its and yeah and I mean just following and because it was just you just can't sometimes so you just that's the best that you can say yeah so is is renovating and building in your blood you you talked about the fact that you got up to the point where you now in the barn by he's landed on Amac dreamlike. I should do you now. Pivot a camera investments into property enamel passive allies say an opportunity in the next purchase. You might yeah no my husband and I think I think we bye bye love having projects and we've got a couple of ocare events events that have been sitting that we bought that we kind of talking about doing. We're doing something with We both liked tinkering with budgets flat out obviously hate. My husband is a Physi-. I tried but he's snapchatting miniature Galloway Cows and and we've got an idea property and three children so that Kinda Prince fulltime job Fahim definitely does a huge amount around Shia and supporting me and running onto cover and then fulltime job for the last five years so yeah. I don't think it's something that you can necessarily let let go like we. We have this session. The comments where we write down all of the challenges that we pad because I really do want to shed new community and I think we got up to that number twenty six and I just it's like childbirth. I just gotten how terrible some of these times like the science you create these incredible incredible result at the end of ancient by straight houses and how they finished and the families that bought them moved into them and the joy that it created and what we got to create without without own skills was just it's just so exciting and I you know I think yeah concierge. Ebba it not being pot of what we do and it's it's just obviously finding time for it at the moment and on just having such fun helping so many people with their projects that yeah it's. I they get to live vicariously through what they doing. Say an Auger with you because you know the conversation. There's gotTa be you know for some people wyoming so many things think about in fifteen plus the seasons the messages eighty you do get out the other side and when you do get it out of the solid the memory stop to be created in those other horror memories stop to fight Saudis Worthwhile Menlo. We don't scare anyone else not venturing Ganz path but it's it's about preparation and planning sabre thing that we we always talk about planned to become what you plan to the gunman has got to be something you want to get involved in the knife on the on the Chiklis works for the programs and and and you know get prepaid and if you pay well usually you don't have the headaches for some of us do have definitely you have less headaches and you also when you do have a headache. You have the strategies to handle it so the headaches that are the most disastrous ones are the ones that just inside Jay because you weren't informed any pouch and educated deny that some something's not come up and unfortunately I think because it is so overwhelming people attack tearing off the bandage and I just figure it's going to be a disaster oster anyway bryce themselves but I've saying time and time again how much better it goes when appropriate when I do understand the process I roll and end at six selected side band. It's a promise it's going to be easy. I do promise it can be dramatically simplified and I can promise that when you do it and do it well and you get it right. It is worth it the what you create at the end of it and the lost all that you then get to light a good place to the latest really taught which we can clearly say that you're passionate about this topic we certainly appreciate that you shed this prime work with the probably catch community will leave the details else in the shire nights or anyone wants to reach outside he and having some of the materials that you do has lightly again. Thank you for coming onto onto the property catch and we we want to have another building project when die in lieu of the mistakes before yes thanks again media thank you. It's been fantastic right Opportunity Aubin so hopefully we'll get out of that to them. Some building whether they're renovating getting sort of thoughts that you need to go through and doing all all a lot of tyco is just locked the fact that practical staff on practical observations but what what I also lock about Belk store. She's being there. She's Donna and she's harnessed all of that into practical advice and now experiences experience you can only get that in the field and she's been out of Hyannis all of that dealing with people how to get them through changing their minds or getting them to make could decision so real credit to her and it was a great interview said thanks for that. Really Greco to thank you thank you tonight. He comes volume. Se Hi Jamie Sinclair shut out the the other day he was in the office hitting back to Sydney. Yes opens up the Qantas APP YEP and all this happened to be in and in view of that and then pushes the UBER APP and books the April so what'd you that for no points for booking through the headquarters APP finally office..

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"arnoldo" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Lots of glass and natural lot very entertainment oriented Social Hassall where we can create lots of memories or lots lots of people if we were going to build this time it needed to be filled because there's only four of leaving. I've been spices was a brief and then the play area why from the sleeping Zayn so that was sort of the mind things and is that sort of stuff you you'll looking for is Tanaka in terms of getting those clues around what how I can design around that yeah definitely. I also ask questions about what do you do. We despair time like how are you. Are you outdoorsy papal people who you know you'll hang out and rape books together like do you watch you know. How do you spend your time together. There's a family. How do you spend your time of pot. because that often gives me clues about how a family dates there has to perform full them what storage they might need those kinds of things and then it's. It's you know D. Plan on the Bank of you living in this task that they're going to be something moving down the track warning. Pay Your you know how long the kids are going to be harmful. Will you planning on having any more children. and understanding how much the house needs to expand and then it's a minutes lots of specific questions about how to taking your kitchen what you want bathroom today like when you say lots of natural light and lots of glass. Do you still have out and fight across that. You need to hang on the walls. I like it's what kind of furniture you didn't put him. It's yeah it's it's you going rot ratner and then bring it right down to tile and you know over the hill zero because a six year old seventy nine year old they're gonna be tae nine just before we know it says nine points denying the fact that there needs to be simple separation at some imports so it's about looking around the corner of the hill as well definitely yeah and just saying how you can future proof has as much as possible so and really correct. That's the benefit of working as somebody who's had experience with working of lots of families have lots of different ages because I can and quickly somebody who's been in a career for while while they can say how about the performance people long term so it's really that case of being able to say that in and build that flexibility into the hyme himes can be quite adaptable adaptable and flexible even idependent objects in how they support yard long term. Mignon was the vice was before. You Begin second advised getting your designed advice. It's before you build so again. People Finish designers I can get built now. The stop sign many people delay the nitty-gritty decision-making until Sunday contract. I into and I don't know what it I don't know what it is because you never. GonNa be under more pressure to make if you have to make a decision during construction is usually because the building eight something onslaught tomorrow and chances are it'll come when you've got twelve things in your diet and the last thing you got time for us to ring around plumbing supplies as and figure out what Steph where you're going to have so it's like so for me. I always encouraging people to bring all of their decision making Ford and to sign contracts that actually okay have specified in them exactly what they want in their projects. Are you not signing contracts with provisional. Sam's will pay and allowances in them because what will happen happens. Is Your sign a contract that allowance went me enough and then you'd be paying a variation margin which is high than standard building margin on that item that eating saw to include down the track so the May it's that before you build stages of getting all of your approvals right it's ensuring that the cost to build is actually the cost of the House that you want to build or renovate. It's not just just an estimation and and that you've really pulled that team together in a collaborative white. Everybody understands exactly what's going on and just starting to you obviously having conversations revealed as if you haven't already been doing that up to this point and your saying who are you going to be able to trust with your project so the big ones tomato. I mean this is very might answer because mistakes pose wound is the forward planning because we're having conversations about signing off now. We'll let you know when united this. I saw you know full six weeks. Well full six weeks twelve weeks for someone to stop. We're ordering was taking longer than three months to be summits log so that that push the project add on the other big one we will cost plus route so what and then I was because also it's difficult making decisions wrought when John was John led the project and and so I'm sort of breath working fulltime in the business and she's making but a todd she wants to make the decisions procrastinating Saudi science. You can stay now. The project can blow up in bought favorite money so bad it is hard because the teachers can feel very overwhelming and I I think the side is something like fifteen thousand decisions to Mike when you building or renovating a hindsight and it's it's I mean it's there are loads because you obviously picking every single service service yeah and and so it's really but you don't want to be making that decision under time pressure because you because most of at the top you didn't lose the opportunity to have the thing you really want because it's got a late time or it's gonNa cost impact or it's. GonNa timing packs that each height sorry. It's getting that support who and help around you to bring that decision making Ford and I find that men and women handle this very differently and it is that a copy what together as if you're doing this as a couple to really kind of support each other through that process and how can you tame support you really well through that process but yeah I I'm always encouraging homeowners the DOC to your bill his contract literally with a list of specifications of exactly that you contract against against well yeah we'll go in and you know as a high level of trust with it but that particular bill that we use but even then we had the suburbs coming Indian on job brought so kitchen ability was a Sabi at flaws was sobbed and you know we got the flow said there were certain thing so up Nana on just because when you fix cross the exactly what mealy saying you you actually putting the specifications so you gotTa make those decisions vein gene and the white until you know the builder said on engine Mike Number Taller than the next four weeks Jain 'cause that's when we're going to be ready for that and then all all of a sudden they're now out of stock in Islamic united site but people Jason Fixed across contracts and it'll have like ten thousand dollars per kitchen kitchen. Actually one is thirty thousand dollars kitchen or it'll have tiles allowed but the tiles are three hundred three hundred underage than a at a low process meda from my actually want to six hundred by six hundred which costs more to lie in cost now force mopus night us sorry and all of those things the variation imagine usually is around thirty to thirty five percent so that and they will be billed as out there less than reputable builders who will price projects. Lar- Knowing that Val Beck what they need in the in the variations and as a high mind. It's your job to get yourself. Reformed unempowered anybody doing building renovation project. Get yourself informed and empowered so you can just not not full of people were telling you what one he but actually Nar aecom going in this is exactly what I want is what's priced and I know that anything that comes op is just going to be something that wasn't actually sample. in the in the process you quoted a initials pay sake and just explain what say means when you're looking contracts yes prime cost item and they just the different ways that S- allowances get into or or basically apostles of what get put into to a contract settled pace the automobile toilet all those types of things a provisional Sabu Bay the electric work and the thing is you can have those prostate your layby join something nothing like having a specification with Olivio sanitaryware. We'll let you tap wear those kinds of things all listed with brand names and those kinds of things against it. You know your electrical work. You can have a plan land. You're watching my APP and Powell up all bear so that an electrician when the quitting the job actually has something to officiate at least at Zachary what's included equated and that becomes part of the contract documentation and that's really essential has drawings in a part of the contract and you got something to fall back on should shoot somebody not doing what they're supposed to win their at skating skidding project their US zone comes out there who Zona High. I get all the specs everything ready and then give it to you and encourage you to be an iron Buddha. Have you come across associate. What what feedback do you have. I would never be an eye Nevada. That's and I'm an architect with almost twenty five years industry experience variance. I it was interesting. Actually something going through vague cat just recently where an automobile dealer who sold the property in two thousand and twelve had done done three projects through done various projects during the course of owning a property the people have the property at I bank had had it disclosed them that it was renovated by builders. I've had a a pre purchase inspection. That's cold up some belts that signed the contract knowing those things and and and then dive than put in a climb to ave cat in two thousand sixteen thousand seventeen on things that were post the normal day thick liability period that work that they believe is faulty and it's to the chain that they can't have found in five about the current artists against the on builds the chain of ninety six thousand dollars and its own abilities as much liability as and I just don't realize lost these and you can't outsource that liability. You can't say I had to build up this base people for example. They had to build a race. Property in this angle we had a bill to do that is that we used to the on on a bill us. You'll still the one that wears alternate liability. Yes you could count to say that but you'll go on. That's going to be responsible so I just yeah. I feel like there's some right and the thing is that the construction industry because of a lot of the stuff that's been going on lately with oversights structural performance high-rises and cracking on than limit will oh cladding is so much scrutiny on the industry in the CO performance in the cool on jeopardy buildings at the moment. I think this is just going to become more and more litigious and yeah I would not be paying. Arnoldo and I think unfortunately people going thinking.

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"arnoldo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"arnoldo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I think everybody acknowledges the truth of what you say, these these are essentially, simulators that not only desensitize kids to homicide and other players to homicide, but actually trained certain skills, and so yeah, just awful. But you're right. That isn't going to change. And the fact that violence is so glorified. You know, right now in our society through media. It's cetera. You're right. That's not going to change. And I think all of that contributes for some, and I think Tony for each of these cowardly murders. It's probably a little bit different set of circumstances. Influences it cetera including drugs for some mental illness for others. But in the end, it doesn't matter they're doing something that's just profoundly evil, but to your last point you, and I both know is I all the time. On this show. The next attacks are being planned as we speak and the next attacks are probably, you know, this was this was raw evil that we saw at work at stem, the next attacks probably be raw evoke combined with much more tactics. As so many of these demons are looking to get the highest number. So we know the next ones are coming. So the whole idea that you would make the inanimate object the gun the villain when you know, anybody who's willing to violate the most fundamental natural law in the most fundamental on our planet, which is don't kill innocent children. He think they're going to care about gun laws. And and so in the end, we know it's coming, and so it common sense. You know, one of the very best ways we have to protect children. Like, here's the next time is to make sure there are more good guys and gals with guns ready to meet the bad guys with guns. I agree with you thousand percents, and what people don't understand. About that school. It's not divided it at the high school at the north end, which is connected to the middle school, which is connected to the elementary school. So if one of those people have a hard time calling them that took a right instead of a left out in the kindergartner sandyhook. Yeah. I mean, the eagles trying to inflict as much pain as possible. And that's why you know, obviously, we sometime we see students targeted begin with and even younger and younger ages. So. Kind of person. I'll ask you Andrew sees that. And instead of being the tragedy. Need opportunity crow and capital crime. You know, and I'm really wondering that because I've always seen Michael Bennett that, you know, in in the political sense of okay. It's probably good guy. Just has these very wrong ideas. And he's a waste of Senate seat an empty suit all that stuff. But now, I've got a question on a deeper level. What kind of person, you know, manipulates grieving children like that. And did you notice that the way Bennett and this had to be very intentional tried to link himself to kindred a Kendrick win can imagine them. And I don't know where Kendrick would have come down on any of these issues. It doesn't matter. He's an American hero. But Michael Bennett going to what's supposed to be a memorial for Kendrick and vigil and trying to tie himself to Kendrick as he pushes his political agenda to me that that makes me question as a person. Arnoldo.

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