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"banta" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"banta" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"banta" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"banta" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan
"Only extra time, but extra space. The dry runs on the patients drive into the opposite calling the office. Some you know they're used to walk into the office and saying I'm here in. They can't do that right now and so really. structuring. Richard Reception Room looks like. How are we going to handle? Handle the hand off a little differently. How much time are we actually going to need? During before during and post appointment to be able to not run behind schedule, so the drive runs have really ironed out a lot of the wrinkles so I've come to the conclusion in coaching. My clients that I'm going to go with the ten ten ten rule add ten minutes at the beginning to seek the patient answer questions, infection control protocols at an additional ten. Body of the operative appointments of that the doctor can many of them are changing gowns to go down and do the hygiene exam that takes extra time, so add an extra ten minutes in the body of the appointment, and at the end of the appointment for the cleaning the room sterilize the instruments reset up for the next patient. Allow an extra ten minutes, so that ten ten ten for each section of the appointment. Although it takes more time is going to. To ultimately benefit the practice long they run behind time, and that nothing is more frustrating than running behind schedule, not only for the patient for the practices while so a scheduling protocols have changed greatly and I've also counseled my clients. It's not a long term. Thing it. You're going to get more efficient data it just like learning anything new. You're really slow at learning to drive a car. You know you're not gonNA. Just beat that roadster out than some of. Of you are, but most of you aren't going to be that roadster out there learning how to drive a car. You learn how to drive the part. That's the main thing that my clients are experiencing right now. Some of them had dry runs, and now they've been open for two weeks, so the really really journeying through what's a time buster? And what's not a time buster? So that ten ten role also at ten minutes to your morning huddle so that? That you can regroup in rediscuss. What worked well the day before and what? We're our challenges so that we can shift also counsel my clients. They're going to have to be prepared to shift on the fly. You cannot be a perfectionist in this particular time in our lives. Your and you cannot be changed resistant. You have to be prepared to ship. Okay, so that on perception where you're telling a test to not be a perfectionist. How did that go of? It. Laughter. Are Rolling and I got a lot of a heart rate. Let me how that works out for you lowest Banta, but it's not about not being a perfectionist. It's about it's about being able to flex if you are married to your original plan, and you don't have any flexibility built into your thought process, you can be incredibly frustrated. You were already frustrated and the other thing that's coming down. The Pike is know that your patients are much more knowledgeable on infection control. There's worldwide been hourly minute by minute broadcast of infection control. What needs to take place the? The thing that I've counseled my clients on is now. We get to Brag on what we've always done. We've always had great infection control protocols now we're enhancing those protocols. Now's the time to be putting those facebook posts at post out there on wet protocols. You've you've always had in place in what you're doing. In addition yesterday. One of my clients posted on facebook and I love following my clients on facebook. They had a contest for the patients so creative did contest the patients to post how many team members they could recognize in their. P, P. E. Guard. That's. Prize given to the patient. That's awesome. All is that then another client had a dinosaur with a mask and the the plastic visor for the pediatric office with a little kiddos Joaquin in. Creative ways for us to live in that zone for a little while and not. Completely lose our I WANNA say another word our minds. You know it's funny. I was texting our friends Samir from your credit or we love him. I was like just saying Mir I could really rock a care credit like facemask right now. What's going on in your marketing department so? That's what I'm hoping for. Because right now I'm actually pretty excited. Because now I'm going to peak mask I'm GONNA. Get my color is. It's not like all new accessories for me and I'm not really an expensory person, but it's pretty exciting on se looking at these massive getting kind of excited about it. A church group made masks than she brought some over Latam on our picnic table for us at mine has a whole bunch of like yellow. Smiley faces all over it. And Rick's is like gray and black very manly, okay? One. Such a teddy bear I, love it, so I can see that I can see that I have to wear Manley masks and. I JUST WANNA, maybe sober this up a little bit, because one thing that I have seen lowest you do all these dry runs, and everybody is back to work, and then the dentist and the manager are blindsided because it's been a week of working and the people are just done, so I saw people not wanting to go back. Are you seeing it? It to where people are, they tried it and they're like I. can't so now I'm starting to see a second way of? We need to get this down again. Are you seeing that in your client s and so? I have some advice to on practices for that at the end of the first day at the end of the third day at the. The end of the week finder a way to celebrate the immediate through because their safety in numbers in when you work as a team to say hey, we did it. We made it through. It allows you the energy in the space. beat to come back and do it again, but also I go back to that morning. Huddle and really find out what. What worked well and what didn't work well, maybe what didn't work, well was they felt overwhelmed by the sheer amount of equipment. They now have to wear versus they'd what they didn't have to wear before. So maybe they have a new plan to take longer lunch, break or to take mini breaks during the day where they can D- garb that p. p.. p. e. equipment go outside and have a little mini meeting or have a break as a team where you're not in all that guard and I think that's where that's where we're going to have to be able to have processes to shift on the fly, and there are people who are cost phobic I. This might make a Giggle a little bit i. I not cost her phobic. Except when I'm in a large crowd because I'm four foot, nine and a quarter, when a large group of people around me, and it gets too close for comfort I. Literally break out into a cold sweat. Really.
"banta" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan
"You've had getting results in an office and the realization that nobody knows what you know in that department, and that's when I finally I have that same that same old. Who's going to I'm lowest fanton. Nobody knows me right I still working fulltime at a dental practice. WHO's GonNa? Win here what I have to say, and that that first opportunity to teach. Teach someone when I knew was the flicker of Oh. Maybe they do want to know what I know so you can choose to get around that potential obstacle by realizing how much you actually do now, so about the little thought of while. I really love to talk about collections, but lowest is already out there. Doing it or I really love talking about Dell Insurance. Patrice is already out there doing it. What about that? Because of that? Such a such? Such an excellent question I wanted I want to think really carefully, but with how I respond, there's only really one way to get the money off the books and into the bank. You've got to collect the money and posts it and put it in the bank. That's simple, but you're methodologies for how to get. Those results are going to be unique to you for me. What is unique to me in the world of collections is my specific verbal skill the. The verbal skills that I teach to help patients pay the money and to help. The team's not be so self, conscious or her feeling bad for the patient in collecting that money, so collections is at it. It's a subject matter. Your unique spin on that tail is what's going. What's going to support your area of expertise? You know what there's one hundred and forty four thousand dentists in the universe and one lowest Banta and one Korean quicken everybody needs. needs to hear the message from multiple resources very helpful I I would teach people in my profession of collections I'm happy to have a panel discussion. You and I participated in that many times there. Different viewpoints on the subject matter is a very healthy approach to that subject matter, so don't be afraid that other people are doing it. I'm never going to be protective of my profession. That has an expertise in collections. I get very excited. When younger people. People come up in the ranks and start talking about collections. I'm not gonNA live forever. I don't pretend that I'm gonNA live forever and I want people that are coming up in this profession to really find that area of expertise, and I'm happy to help, and things change to i. mean who knows maybe maybe I've been out of the office long enough to not realize something has changed I mean i? Don't think so 'cause I try really hard, but. Be that I'm slipping. Who knows but honestly that's that's why I'm friends with a lot of the people that do teach insurance. When we were all friends, and we shoot things back forth, you know north be has changed any area of collections in the methodology for how people pay their bill tax to pay right through through an APP on your on your phone. That wasn't I didn't even have a cell phone when I started my company. Changed greatly and I think that it's okay to move with the changes, but the younger people coming up in our profession have a knowledge base that we didn't have when we started so I I'm very proud of that that of change. Coming down the pipe peso, the next hot in my head, that kind of stopped me was I. don't know how to do this website. Stuff like wound by doing with the website right so sculpt never out for the pro. As an example, the SEM conference teaches that. That kind of thing to our members how to design a website who to hook up with how much money should you pay to design a website? We're kind of content. Should you put on your website? So we have a knowledge base in our group that of either personal experience of how to do it wrong. You know how to do it. Ron Helps teach people how to do it right down the road. So you know the mistakes. That I made designing a website I. Don't make those mistakes. Mistakes anymore because I hire professionals to come in design that website for me I spent months and months and months trying to design my own website I'm I'm not a website designer. I'm not I kill computers for a living. I stuck at that part of my profession so I make sure that I am ball professionals that can help me design a website. That's GONNA. Make me look good in. Frankly a website makes good so there you go. I had to laugh because you said something about the. The technology in our friend Christine tax in I. Don't know if you know this, but she is I swear. She has a magnetic field around her, because things just go wrong, but we her and computers, and she called me one time, and she's like you're never going to believe this. Because her computer had died on or something like that, and she's like I, was on the plane and the plane in the cockpit fire. They had to bring us back and I, said Christine I'm never traveling with. But the. She, her stories event. If you ever see Christine tax on the road, ask her about her computer troubles just sit back and laugh because she has such a good way telling the story, but yeah, some people just know your limitation same thing for me right? Let me push back a little bit because I'm I'm young I. don't make that much money. I'm cheap. I'm and I'm still cheap. Honestly I'm still very cheap, so when I take SPN when I go to espionage here I need to do a website I don't have five thousand dollars to hire. Hire website I. Don't have this Oh. You don't need to be polished, do you? Or should you is something better than nothing? So the technology's has changed so much now. Teresa that you could really go. How can I build a website for free and build a really good stable basic website? The secrets to building a good website is to not make it too wordy to have timely information on their end to have search engines or links that people can click on to be able to hire you for your services or listen to a podcast that you. You did that will cause a meeting planner to hire you at Cetera. There are youtube videos to build the website for free. Now you go and you could. If you don't have any video of you talking because you haven't gotten booked yet, you know, have somebody. Hold a camera up to you and you give like your top three. You do in this situation. What you do in that situation? Here's what I'm seeing just gets video out because meeting planners do want to see that you're not stumbling in. You know flapping around so questions and have A. A family member interview and Van Post that in you can post you can. You can establish a youtube account and poke your youtube videos look at always people who have gotten very famous, just by getting followers on Youtube or instagram or do a quick little tiktok there. There's a zillion ways to record something that you can put out there in public land that will get you noticed so with Tik Tok it's so funny 'cause I. You know I'm on a lot of social media as their you and my son said you, you should not TIKTOK. You to be on Tiktok at first, he wanted me to be on it because he's like others dental consultants on there, and then the more he got into it, he's like you. So. If you're young and you get that market, go for it, but we'll just watch. We shouldn't do right. Okay, so the other question that I I had was. How do I find my first client and I? Know you go over this on the first day, but if I'm driving down the road. I'm thinking well who the heck is going to pay me to do this? How did you find your first client? My first client kind of found me when I started teaching my bosses, friends had to get the same result in then I would see them at the local dental meetings that. That was attempting. That's what did it. As an example, our high standard practice brother was the dentist, so she would tell her brother. Oh lows is giving these great results on collections, so the brother called me so that's what it would did it. And then I had a a friend who was a patient in another dental practice, and he was having trouble scheduling, and she said well. My friends schedules really really well. The I'M NOT GONNA. Lie charged fifty dollars for that I. I was worth fifty dollars at the time. And it's it's a seed planter. When you start sharing your area of expertise and people start paying for that area of expertise. The lightbulb moment happens that guy. Maybe this is my newfound profession. I absolutely love love love what I do, and it doesn't feel like work to make most of the time. Sometimes, it feels like work when I'm tired and I'm traveling and I. Don't WanNa do that. Wake up at six in the morning kind of thing and then I realized that I'm going to make a difference for somebody and. And that's really what drives me is knowing that somebody's going to have their practice improved.
"banta" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan
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"banta" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking
"I think that everything will in the end. Turn out big good because we are sharing knowledge and we are mobilizing all of the best that humanity has to offer in terms of science technology. The people on the ground our governments etc. I think everybody is working together to see this difficult time. Come to an end as quickly as possible and with the least illness and the least Tragedy Possible and that I just ask everybody to be aware to be informed but make an effort not to overwhelm yourself with repetitive. Negative imagery and information on a continuous daily basis. Because this this leads to a very very pathological state of mind and can only lead to unhappiness anxiety so trying to follow all the rules that are being offered by our health professionals in terms of handwashing sanitation social distancing. Spend as much time with your your close family members in a quality way. Turn off the television for the vast majority of the day have discussions again. Sit Down at the dinner table and eat together again. Play Board Games again. Our do some reading again. Slow things down appreciate this beautiful life that we've all been blessed with and if you're feeling well Be grateful for feeling well at this moment. If you're not feeling well reach out for medical help and God willing. You're going to recover. Your chances of recovering in most cases are extremely excellent and just tried to stay on the positive side of things and With time like all other things like all difficult periods of human history this period will also pass and come to a close and things. Will normalize thank you so much for for dispute to full messaging for all of the amazing things that you've shared with us today. Thank you thank you George. And it's been my pleasure. Always pay gratitude seeker. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to this interview. I really appreciate it and if you could think of one person that would also benefit from it. Share it with them. It might actually be the inspiration that they need to make their day or maybe even their life much better. Thank you so much once again. This has been George Banta though. Forget to keep seeking and spreading gratitude..
"banta" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"I got a number of responses glances and you know we ended up playing a bunch of proms and we're barely old enough to drive and had no idea you know the logistics of yeah going to fort scott kansas and doing a prom and hauling a bunch of gear and getting a hotel and all that so you know but that was probably kind of an entrepreneurial thing it's like saying yes and figuring out the details later i love that kind of aspect of human beings when they do that right because i think i think that pushes that that's that's the edge of life where you you can say yes and let's just figured out and and i do think that's what successful leaders do and i know you prerecording. You're thinking well. I don't have anything to offer and i'm like of course you do. We all do because then that's i think that's the takeaway from me-meeting us that you know sometimes you just gotta go out and say yes and figure out the details later but that the details do matter right and you just can't sleep over him but saying yes is the initial thing right saying yes to and that's what you did in eighty three when okay i believe in you. The japanese got to tell you and for two years you didn't sleep you know i mean it's crazy yeah. There's most people would give up. I mean think be honest. I mean i'm not trying to make you feel uncomfortable. The vast majority of the people have given up you know. I don't know i it possibly to me. It was it it was a clear opportunity and and i think today you know i see a lot of opportunity still for our company and for the business in and <hes> a lot of people right now with the different things going on in the world and you know there's there's a lot of people that have the neighbor down and and especially in a mature province province like kansas. You got a lot of mom and pops it. You know they're going to go the way of the family farm. You know you just can't farm. One hundred sixty acres e morning. You just can't operate five or six wells anymore and there's been a lot of that over time and some of these families out in hayes ellis garden city. There's been great wealth created but then the next generation they don't really wanna live in ellison pump oil wells. You know they want to move to chicago or whatever whatever and so <hes> you know that that's a challenge for our business in some respects was opportunity to capture that consolidation even for the larger operators like us and and we can talk the talk and we're we're. We're confident in between e. We're not that big or not. 'small we understand that the emotional issues that are involved with consolidation yeah and there's always a lot of that you know these what for a lot of these small companies. Those wells are their babies. Yeah yeah well. I i can see the. I'm always hearing your voice voice. I can see it and you know..
"banta" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"Right or millions of dollars at stake you gotta. Maybe look at it one more time. You know there's nothing wrong with that and if you're going to get labeled a micromanager then so be the ad but i mean i guess it's sometimes you have to. It's a fine line you know. How intentional are you on your leadership development. I imagine you got so many aspects. You don't spend a lot of time thinking about it. You just kinda. Doing i think a lot but yes probably something. I should spend a little more time on. I i read things i think about things i talk to our our our key managers and and we talk about <hes> responsibility and issues and we're very flat anybody in office can come walking in my office and say hey i got an issue or why is this or i don't understand why in the world we do it this way and i'm fine with that it <hes> but ultimately i'm probably at heart art more of an entrepreneur than i am a leader and you more visionary than you are. Yeah brass tacks right yeah. Luckily i've got some great people that i work with that. <hes> you know they they will look at h._r. Issues and <hes> you know things like that that i'm not that interested in yeah well. It's it's interesting because you went on a path initially because you liked rocks and you're passionate about this. It seems like being a successful geologist's would be very technical and tactical nature right and a successful geologist is going to be technical tactical around rocks but when you got this opportunity with these japanese investors in the mid eighties it kind of unleashed or at least exposed revealed the old kind of the entrepreneur you're right because for those two years you had to be entrepreneurial in spirit to get this done right right yeah. That's absolutely true and it it probably looking back you know. I don't know if i would have ever been happy. Just being purely assure sure technical geologists there are we've got three great geologists in our company and they have absolutely no interest in looking in a financial statement or working with investors or whatever absolutely not in and <hes> you know i kind of like it and i guess you look back to <hes> when i was a kid and i started playing bands. <hes> you know i i i would go out. I was probably fourteen fifteen and we we need to try to find a place to play. That was what the whole goal was. Try make money be in front of people so i went to the downtown library and they they had a in those days like a you know yellow pages of high schools around kansas. Oh i copied all those pages and i just sent letters out to like every every high school in kansas and said you know we won't play your prom and you know amazingly..
"banta" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"Were not public were private and and <hes> most of our investment capital came from chabanne so and aw that made us very unusual in kansas and almost a unicorn in the united states. There just weren't very many you know companies companies like us so there were some challenges in some dynamic stare when you're talking about banking and and finance and <hes> that we had deal with but overall. I knew i had a great investor base. That was behind me. I could see a lot of opportunity. We we built that foundational platform so now we could move that forward. Hey we're about halfway through the conversation but i wanted to take the time to talk about. My good friends ends the sponsor. Here are the special series equity bank. Have you ever noticed that most business bankers seem to really understand just one thing it's banking right and not a lot about the business. It makes sense. Most banks were built generations ago and now they're often run by caretakers. Not business builders will it's not the case here at equity bank. The bankers at equity bank didn't inherit a bank generations ago. They built one of their own. They know that building something takes expertise vision gin and hard work and over the past decade they've built one of the region's fastest-growing banks by working side by side with customers with entrepreneurs with leaders in communities all all throughout kansas missouri arkansas and oklahoma recently equity bank was listed on the nasdaq exchange which gives them even greater capabilities to take on those big the deals that.
"banta" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"And the price of oil started to decline and and they were looking to find a way to lay off part of my salary or reduce the cost of having me around in about that time <hes> we ran into a japanese company that had come over here nineteen eighty and built a drilling rig and was leasing that rig out. They weren't doing oil and gas exploration. They were just a service company that rig for higher yielding yeah and of of course the rig was becoming less and less utilized as the price war went down so their idea was they'll find somebody who can identify places the drill and then you know use their rig to drill ideas and got to know me and long story shore in december of eighty three. I started working half time with them halftime with t._v. Properties so the cost was my cost was diffuse use between two places and then as things got even worse and got really really bad by nineteen eighty six. I went totally totally over to the japanese company side which is named the company then was trans-pacific oil and still is so and so in the mid eighties when they're looking at you for your technical and tactical expertise around geology or was this turning into a leadership role or was it a leadership role at that time now it was it was just geology geology yeah so how did that morph into. I mean into here. We are in twenty nineteen so from eighty three to their how how did the progression to c._e._o. Happened how well so eighty-six comes along. I'm working <hes> just with the japanese and <hes> there were two employs always and and then there were say <hes> one of the principals from japan was actually living here at that time so we were the the rig was down the business you know in kansas things were really really bad. There were not any wells being drilled and <hes> you know start starting think a backup options for you know another career mega career change in what can i do thought about getting in the stockbrokerage or something like that <hes> and so are in the japanese group they were trying to figure out what to do next and up to that point everything that that they had done had been funded by basically one family and that includes all the cost of drilling and running getting the rig and all that and they were financially significant family but obviously there was a limit how much money they went spend spend on drilling and exploration in the united states so the principle that was living here said you know we need to find some other investors and and that way we could drill more wells. We'll we'll take a portion of what you know each project but then we'll fill lynn with some other investors to ongoing japan and see finger raise some money and so he took off and several months went by okay and and <hes> he said you know win. <hes> if i can do this thing we're going to want to get going right away and so oh in about july of eighty seven he called me up one day and said well i've raised five million dollars and so we need to get going and and i said wendy you start and he said august i and we really weren't ready for that at all and so there is lot of in order to drill an oil well you have to first of all go leased land from a mineral owner and there's a lot of crap and and and we we did not have any of that done. We didn't have inventory of projects to drill..
"banta" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Back and forth between his kind of funny schoolmate banta and a doing his kind of growing up and rite of passage stuff with his take on the responsibility of being the next key player in that sort of lineage of so superheroes my big global important superheroes one of which is kind of how do you say this heat otherwise engaged and that kinda even consider the big spoil here it's in the second trailer the film the tony stopped by vendors endgame kept averaging throughout asia just say this it's it's a common recurring theme spiderman despite a mandate always looking for a father figure dating all the way back to will defoe and 'em alfred molina characters in the summer amy trilogy and in homecoming the previous film and they dmc you version of spiderman he was looking at the tony stark there's that gap that him but there's also made or will scale looking for new primary heroin maybe mysterious could be that guy but also the the diamond that it's a peach pocket he just wants to own holiday with his mates and so he concedes ago he doesn't want the have nick fury breathing down his neck trying to topple some big cg ghosting nick fury like you do those passes innings adam did you like homecoming be one of the ways a tom holland is peter parker absolutely i i liked time coming club that i think tom holland is really rejuvenated not only this character who office even played out by a couple of activism in in recent times in a row closest one trilogy in one intended trilogies never quite over the line and this one i mean he's been in full i think this is his fourth or fifth film in what she's a paid us by him winning this race a couple of years it must be said i'm amazed i wasn't acting more fatigued by the counter and the and the whole setup i think the only thing i'd say about this film is the logical the euro jolie dashing around pretend to be monument fly stuff i liked the central kind of teen dilemma of of wanting to tell the girl you you have a crush on how you reach fail and just kind of leading a normal teenage life that's always been this essential this inherit complex and internal conflict within pokka i just feel like wade's everything he's done unseen i've been through in the last couple of marvel films infinity ward endgame if it's hard to kind of get back to basics and get back to that more frivolous teenage kicks side of things and he literally finishes on game with his mental dying in his arms and there's a sadness and this one is appointed say they're putting few scenes where he's you know they introduced the fact that he's now going to continue in tiny step up and be the next man but yeah it's i dunno i feel like this stone maybe lax if i'm bishen in where wants to tighten the character and it feels a little bit hamstrung by having to come out so soon after an game and deal with some of the fool out of that and also china progressed pete pockets as a character and i think it really does eat other things to be convincing this ideas while the hypocrisy based on the clippers person in the room this could see nick fury and judging whose car turned the introducing as you head in the clip buddy this multipurpose and pay a pocket in sydney sauce geeking out about this and and everyone's in blankly like oh wow you know you you basically like a super genius and if he's got a potential mighty still in school you know why why see pretending to deliver the men were life never as he comes back into the film does it and he's got his that will let you the one moment in the film where he is not kind of slightly dulcie out his debt not knowing what's happening while he wants to do with his life is weird i i mean.
"banta" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"How ranch or peaceful? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Have you guys been to a monastery feel K? This another touchy subject for his it is faith a tough subject for you. Yes. Yes. Really? Well, we been quite a journey on this show. I mean, of course, as you know, religion is the cause of all it's killed more people that every disease a are pretty screwed up. Sometimes can be tough. Yeah. At the same time when I did confront the church about this request. We met my anger with love. Oh. Issue. What would you say is? What is how why do you have a hard time receiving that? Pulau we're digging in on this. This is we're never going to get to TES for at this point. Why do I have a tough time receiving that like why not enough room not enough room for their love their too, many muscles hurting? Yeah. Okay. I can see that woulda carrying water. Got it got it. Okay. We we we welcome back to Santa mania the holy show. That is hosted by Santa Banta, do take you through the most epic fails on the internet. We we time to watch another video just so buddy. Go messing up. Do. Let's roll the clip L. Right. Get time to skateboard. Blade. Soma bleeding like. What? Hole. Food. Should he used Harry's razors too? Because I think the skateboard got calling it in his hair, Harry's razors, founders who were tired of paid for the razors that were over priced and over designed.
"banta" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And are super premium patriots Scribner's, Shannon out of a cannon, Anthony LeBron's. They grandmaster. Give them her myth. Noel, the incredible edible Matthew's sisters and. Zi Drucker, a Thon mother, we love you guys. Hello and welcome to watch. What grappa and the Bach cast about all that crap? We just loved to talk about on Yale. Browse I'm Ron akara. I'm also on the rest breaks, bachelor wrist and here, I am. Thug then Mandal. Abed? Hi, how's it going? And you've been very mean to me on read to our lines. And I've been I had from the. I can't believe we forgot to mention this. Yes. Legend lean leaving behind the show to go. Find the ghost of ninety. Hey. Not that any of you would know who that is. Because you don't listen to me guy. Hold on. I don't want this show without these route. I quit. I quit the entire. So I mean, I also don't want her to leave. But I I also feel like something's got a little stale on Beverly Hills. I don't think that leads advantage to leave name rhymes with final pitches or America pain. Score heats. Yeah. So the rumors that Lisa Banta bumps leaving she's had so much drama and and in the wake of her. Nope unintended, but her her brother's untimely passing. She just like was not able to deal with the drama 'cause your parents had a big falling out with Kyle over do you? Remember, what it was because she got to read a dog through Vander pump dogs and then to read to return the dog bit her kids, and then she returned the dog or gave the dog away, and then whoever gave the dock away to like gave the dog way to kill shelter. I mean, something something dog is something dog related, right? Which I listen to the only person with listening to her name is Barbara Walters. Well, apparently, Lisa did not go on the cast trip to France and niece Richards, also did not go. But that's because she was being a vacuum needed for the forest. Fires. Fires Camille was involved with Camille luster whole house in this forest. Fires which is her whole mount I was wondering about that. Actually. Oh, so our was go out to her. Yeah. It's been a crazy go out to her. So yeah, scary times of here. Everybody som- yard. So that's the news everybody dealing with that. But. Hi, blayne Kyle. And I'm sure that I'm correct. So I guess time will tell who's right on that one. But today who cares today? We're all about all the simmering drama of the rent house of New Jersey before we get to that though. Go by your Christmas shirts. How okay there's a Ramona leggings Ramona Osama clause and there's a Hanukkah shirt. Even this year.
Councilman Kramer, Roseanne Barr and Kentucky discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News
"S apple kicking off its annual fall by announcing new iphones and wearable devices. CEO Tim cook says the company has reached a major milestone and is about to ship its two billion. IOS device at its headquarters in California Wednesday, the company launched the series four apple watch that will feature screens thirty percent larger than previous versions, and we'll have held features including and electrocardiogram function to measure heart irregularities. The feature has the backing of the FDA which regulates medical devices apple also announced three new versions of the iphone all of which will have edge to edge screen display and forego the home
Chris Rock to Star in 'Fargo' Season 4
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"banta" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Liz ed your final round is called the denzo on the tv show taxi tony danza played a character named tony banta there are many television shows were actors played characters with their own first name but a fictional last name so in this final round i'm going to give you the name of a tv show followed by the fictional last name of a character on that show you tell me the full name of the actor who had the same first name as the character he or she plays for example if i gave you the tv show taxi and the fictional last name banta you dancer tony danza who played the character tony banta easiest one ever okay and our big winner will receive an ask me the rubik's cube signed by darlene love we rolled a twenty sided die backstage and liz is going i liz the show is ellen the character's last name is morgan who played her ellen degeneres yeah i've never seen that show ed the show is reba the character's last name is heart who played her reba mcentire correct liz thirty rock jordan tracy morgan correct ed home improvement taylor tim on that is correct liz everybody loves raymond baronne raymond ramana oh that's correct ed i love lucy ricardo three seconds you're gonna kill me we were looking for lucille ball liz sister sister landry tomorrow's okay we were looking for tia maori okay ed keenan end kill rock more keenan thompson that is correct we're at the halfway point and the score is tied liz bob's burgers belcher tina fey i'm sorry that was a good guest but incorrect we were looking for eugene merman who is gene belcher full name is eugene belcher edde the mindy project lahiri mini kaeling correct liz cybill sheridan three seconds civil brown sure there is a simple brown or looking for cybill shepherd edde the nanny fine fran drescher friend dresser is correct okay here's the situation ed is in the lead five to three liz if you get this question wrong ed wynn's cheers boyd boy three seconds frazier crane could guess one of my favorites we were looking for woody harrelson who was woody boyd on cheers well done great great contest in thank you so much and graduations your big winner that's our show asked me others house musician is jonathan golden hey my name anagrams thou jolted cannon are puzzles were.
"banta" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"I didn't get any local chippy chat over the fish and chip shop about inevitably banta and another thing happened there wasn't as good ele the in humans try to luck yeah well i would say mixed in negative the recited the other gets a bland like choice of i'll again like the moon bases just like a concrete looks like the inside of a damn yeah but they're on the moon already runs dressed lanzmann so that's true yeah i mean it's got the teleporting dog which i kinda like that was the highlight uganda tights in and out of the sale that that's my favorite part of it and maybe that's one big forgiven all of it is they found a creative way to do the teleport yeah because there's only so many ways you can do one onscreen yeah something new something you so this is coming to i'm xi that the first few episodes guy and then all good ib say it looks very ibca doesn't it doesn't like it's got you can't even get a sense of the tarling the just brightly colored and blamed walls and just dry performances zip very heavily featured black balde's throughout the from gam 'cause i guess he's got the game of thrones going a choice of accent i think so this is gonna moon void he's got a moon accent yes making british israel that's the accent of the mood is the british colonized the moon oh though i didn't know that i i just feel if you're going to the moon you gotta teleporting dog you've got a woman who when exit would you prefer now i did not i'm just looking the.