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"beaner" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"He goes, so you got a made guy who's got to go out eight to 10 hours a day. He's working the street collecting, right? And he still goes home to the, it's not Tony Soprano, dude. He doesn't have a five car garage with Maseratis. He's got a beat up car. I mean, even the fun one too, I still, I think he said this was accurate, right? Like in the movie when Al Pacino says, hey, I need to, what did you call it? He needs a, not a bump, but a - C note. He needed money from you, even though he could afford it. Like he said, you went over to the apartment and he said, hey man, can you give me a pinch or a Grinch or something? I forgot what the name of it was. But he wanted some money from you, just which he would never pay you back. Oh, I think, are you talking about the Christmas present? When I gave him an envelope and I had $200 in it, and he gave me an envelope with $200 in it. And then as I'm leaving his apartment, he says, hey, Donny, can you give me that beaner back? Could I borrow that beaner back from you? You just gave it to me as a Christmas present, you know? And then he gets the money back. But hey, so, but you've also mentioned something yesterday too, it was kind of a point of frustration for you. And I think it was same thing with humor. You reach a point where it's kind of like, guys, you can't do this for free. A lot of these production companies or a lot of these people want you to do everything for free. Yeah, you know, and Murph can, I think, can relate to this is, you know, we have that government mentality, you know, being agents, you know, Murph being DEA, myself being FBI, and even police officers, you know, you have that mentality that this is your salary and this is what it is, you know?
"beaner" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The UFC is back in the fight capital of the world. Las Vegas, the goat, John Jones, makes his long awaited return to the octagon, as he moves up to heavyweight to take on former interim champion. Cyril gone. Looking for his 9th career finish. Loss, a full card of nonstop action. Live from T mobile arena, order the pay per view, only on ESPN+. This Friday, Marvel Studios ant man and the wasp quantumania arrives. Ready? Ready. Win an avenger returns. You're not the one with the hammer. That's Thor. We get confused a lot. Similar body types. The new saga begins. He's a monster. Who thinks he's a God. I am king. It's okay. We're okay. It's gonna be okay. You're saying, okay, too much. Okay. Ant man and the wasp quantumania. Pretty PG-13 may be inappropriate for children under 13 in theaters this Friday. Late gifted Shane beaner, Josh hyper, welcome back in to those listening. Via radio, taking a look at our SEC football media days schedule. That day right there, just with lane and beamer, Roman. That'll give us enough to last the rest of the day if not for the next few weeks, the closer it'll come from those two. Well, you know the thing is, is you think that, but lane kiffin is only super exciting on Twitter. I think when he gets in front of the podium, it's kind of gives us the dumpling. The doll version of himself. Elaine, I think you're exciting in person. I enjoyed meeting with you. 8 5 5 two four two 72 80 5, if you would like to be a part of the show, let's go to JK in Alabama. Welcome into the show, JK. It was so strange. Miss Cole Cuban. How are you doing? Man, I can't complain about that. How about that Alabama prison time? Number one for 40 minutes. I love it. They went all the way to Knoxville and got a volunteer, but kicking. Which Twitter handle are you using today, bam a hater? What did you say? Which of your 11 Twitter handles are you using today to tweet into the show? Okay. Hey, let me ask you a question on the national radio show about your local show. Why you guys never talk about that Brett Favre situation? But you talked about Jameis Winston and crab legs and you talked about Michael Vick and dogs and talk about Japanese kneeling in protest, the police killing unarmed citizen, but you won't talk about Brett Favre or the chey barga situation with pleading guilty for manslaughter. Yeah, I thought Tennessee played great last night, Roman. Brought some physicality, played well in the paint. We mentioned at the top of the show, really did a nice job getting in the middle of those Alabama passing lanes, forcing turnovers. The effort was fine from Alabama, but I thought some of the passes were maybe a little bit lazy. A little bit lackadaisical in that department for the crimson title. Not only that, but sometimes you got to make a shot to stop a run. You got to make some shots to make Tennessee take the basket out from underneath, right? You got to do that sometimes. Alabama had chances when the game was close within 8 within 6 for a very long time within three at some points in time in that second half and they were never able to make that run that you're traditionally used to seeing from this Alabama basketball team all year long. And Cole, one more thing. Is JK your neighbor, 'cause I mean, you guys, he seemed like he knew you. Well, he's a regular for macro and Cuba. Okay, okay. Only went out of him and loses it something, though. Otherwise, there's nowhere to be found. Specifically when Miami lost the middle Tennessee this year. We put the GPS out on him and no one could find where he was. We'll go to Dustin and Tulsa online too. Welcome to the show, Dustin. Good morning, gentlemen. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having us. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Cool. First of all, when we begin to apologize and you personally for the weather in Fayetteville last year during the old miss game, I was at that game and man it was freezing, but it was a hell of a good game. I loved loved watching our team beat the hell out of lane Tiffany and the rebels. A lot of folks didn't like the broadcast of that game. I personally enjoyed it and it was chilly, but I had a heated vest. Thanks to those guys that banned it. So that was that kept us warm and then some of the Arkansas fans were nice enough to let us sit in there. We'll on field suite right there. So Jordan and I stayed warm that way. You know, I'd like to think that we're one of the more accommodating and nicer fan bases I'd certainly rather hang out with us than I would hang out in bed and rouge, but that's here nor there. I wanted to talk to both of you guys very briefly and get your take on injuries downtime things like that. As a razorback fan, I saw what everybody was hoping would be a ten win season go to a 6 one season fast, but we only lost four of those games by 9 points and it seems like it kind of centered around KJ getting hurt, miss and Mississippi state and LSU struggled versus liberty and we have other injuries Catalan goes out first game selectors hurt bumper pool place hurt during the year. For a team like Arkansas that's that's in, you know, like when KJ goes out and you've got to count on Malik hornsby. I'm not trying to trash my corn to be out at the LSU game too. And that was no treat to watch. When a team like them or Georgia has a position player like that go down, they can go and grab a backup that would be a starter on anybody else's team. How much of a problem is a consequential injury like that to a team like Arkansas and outside of just the simple answer of simply recruiting, how do they get around that? How do they add some depth, especially with the NIL making everyone think that they're entitled to be a starter? And everyone thinks that they're entitled to tons of playing time. What's the answer there? Dustin, great question. Thanks for the call. And I wouldn't say that it's just automatic. What could Alabama when jaylen Miller had to come in and I would actually put hornsby and milrow in a similar category, Roman, maybe a little bit more athlete than quarterback right now. And so you have to alter your offense, you have to do different things around that. And I don't think there's any doubt that when KJ Jefferson was not even when he was out. When he wasn't a 100%, Arkansas a different football team. Yes. Because all of a sudden you don't have to defend that quarterback run on the backside. Rocket Sanders doesn't have his clean holes to be able to run through. And there were some other images that affected that team. So I think it's big. And the developmental part is the first thing that comes to mind, but you can't develop when guys are leaving. That's where the NIL part comes in. Well, depth is always concerned on any team in any program, especially nowadays with transfer portal so relevant. And before we even talk about NIL, this guy's just want to play. And guys think they have in somebody's told them how great they are when they were in another school and when they were getting recruited out of high school. And so they always feel that fear of other options out there. So that's what they're always trying to get to. And they feel like leaving sometimes is better than actually staying and working it through. And I got to be honest with you, the grass is not always greener on the other side. We see that so many times throughout this transfer portal process that we've seen in this kind of industry we end right now. The other thing I would also say just kind of add on piggyback off what you said. Not only was it KJ Jefferson, a huge issue when he was not in because of how much it affected offense. Arkansas secondary was the biggest letdown at times last year. They could not keep the ball in front of them and tackling must be better. If you guys tackle better next year, then I can expect better wins for Arkansas next year. So that's what I'm looking at and leaning on is tackling in the off season for Arkansas. But it's not there's no development. Cody's is a great job with the offensive line Ricky stromberg was fantastic at center last year. And how about Matt landers? He was great at wide receiver.
"beaner" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Silicon valley. I could have raised two hundred million dollars for a fund of vc firm and deployed would've made as you know with your your background two percent management fees on that number. I would fired some young kids that knew the game which means i can take in a nice little salary. A million bucks a year or so just to take meetings and get twenty percent of the action. I was hot. Facebook twitter tumbler. I was hot. I was three three on the three biggest things going right. And i could have done that instead. I chose to be incredibly patient and self aware and say. I'm the best marketer in the world i think so okay but i'm a human. What if i built the best marketing company in the world. Wouldn't that scale all my activities. Wouldn't that mean something. And if i own this asset. I deploy it against all my things. That's what i've been doing razzie. The restaurant app that you might be familiar with a lot of people. Don't realize i'm the co founder of that and that was breeded invader empathy wines and we sold that to an accident. Nine figure deal empty wines. We sold to constellation last year in an e potentially nine figure deal depending on the earn out that was incubated by two interns that worked me john trautmann and they start as interest for me. Became my minority partners. And we sold that incubated right. Gary be the brand literally mean incubated by the machine inside of it my kobe beaner ex now in itself if i liquidate here in the next year or two puts me in striking distance to buy a minority piece of the jets at the johnsons. Whatever want that and give me the first right to buy on the way up already. Just that yet. I view that a secondary differences generated me fifty one million upfront sales and in sixty days i think. Somewhere in the ballpark a three or four million in residual royalty sales. Because when you sell an t in the secondary market prepared appear.
"beaner" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"Unfortunately of those initial denials significant percentage of people don't pursue so they don't provide what we asked for and that's always sad to see so. I know we're talking about some a lot of different illnesses that In the procedures you deal with him but Of course with illness hopefully comes medication. And that is something. I've always been interested in is. How does the faa evaluate new medications in whether or not you continue to to fire beaner traffic control while taking them all right. So i'm gonna do some generalities if the medication or treatment in question includes a warning do not operate. Heavy machinery in most cases in airplane is a heavy machine. It's lighter than my car those well. There's some that aren't that's true. I'll give you that. But in general general if it has a warning not to use with heavy machinery. That's usually because there's some some drowsiness associated with it. Not always but certainly over the counter medications. If it says may cause drowsiness were probably not going to be real excited about. You're taking it But if there's a new medication that comes on the market. Typically we wait at least a year after its fully approved by the fda and then we have a pharmacy and therapeutics committee led by The policy division within two hundred who will bring all the substance information together. I have a a farm d. So i've got a gal now with doctorate in pharmacology. That heads this up and we look at it critically and that takes a couple of weeks to couple months if everything looks good before we approve it Now having said that it's important to understand that we look at not just the medication. But why are you taking the medication. So the underlying condition is still important. Sure now in general if you take seasonal allergies if it says it's the sedating antihistamine. Yeah not happy but there are a couple of medications that you can use for allergies even routinely like suspects offending or Ranting which is also sold as claritin and several other. Things are perfectly okay for airmen with allergies now the ame should ask about it and put a warning in block. Sixty on the eighty. Five hundred dash eight now good news for the first time that any of us in the faa can remember we authorized pilots to use The vaccines for cove in nineteen currently approved under the emergency use authorizations. There is a grounding period after each of those but we at least all of us that are currently working. Do not remember ever approving pilots for something That was not fully approved by the fda in this particular case. The decision was made that it is far. Better for us is A group of people to get immunized than risk Some of the long term effects.
"beaner" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Can save seventy five dollars off if he used the coupon code. Rv lifestyle at checkout plus of course free shipping. Welcome back everybody to the news of the week and once again. The weather's seems to be right at the top of the list. we still have those wildfires. Wildfires raging out west. Goodness say they showed no signs of ending and The us forest service last week announced that all twenty million acres twenty million acres of california's national forest will stay close to all recreational use including camping until at least the seventeenth of september. And those people that are caught that decide they just can't resist it and they're gonna camp anyway. We're anyway not supposed to camp. There is a five thousand dollar fine for doing that. These wildfires are an issue. Still in california and oregon idaho and montana and many other places in in minnesota this been a fierce battle for wildfires. is that state has had drought conditions and they did get some rain a little bit cooler weather this past week. So they're lucky there in minnesota because now it didn't diminish the forty five percent. I mean they've been able with the help of nature rain. And that was all in the Beautiful superior national forest in minnesota so much a much needed relief up there. And that's good but did you see about isle royale. Yeah they even had a fire there. Perhaps the most remote national park in america This island park in the middle of lake michigan. Way north near the up They had their thinking that one got started by lightning right but in last we heard they had it not quite half contained but even up there that drought up in the middle of a lake. Michigan that's I'm glad it wasn't started by careless campers or people. Hey there was a tragic story this past week In an area that is where we camp a lot which is in northern michigan Along the rifle river. We've got some Private land that we're allowed to camp on their some friends and family members owned and we have been there for every year several times but just a tragic story along the rifle avic campground there. The owner of campground ask the michigan department of natural resources. If he could clear out a bunch of the dead debris you know how the river in the wintertime all those trees accumulate and he was told he couldn't and lo and behold premed student a camper camper at camp ground drowned a big thing to do there in the rifle and many other rivers around the country issue to you put an inner tube in the current take you down and he got caught up in in the current and it Pushed him into one of these areas. Where all these dead trees that the state would not let this guy clear out and any drown. He drowned and Twenty seven year old kid for send the current cotton that logjams. that's terrible. There are times when things need to be cleared out. You can't leave a mess like that. Probably he was getting out of his canoe and the current or else he was just starting out wasn't familiar with two beaner. Canoes or the campground is furious at the state for not letting him clear that jam. And of course the state They were contacted by the media and they said well logjams are an important part of wildlife habitat and then they said well. The guy could've asked for a permit while he he says he did ask and they told him he couldn't do it. So at any rate this is a sad story and Even reminder something is easy as inner tubing can be fraught with danger times. This is common sense sometimes. Common sense esta prevail. Well the rv industry holy cow it is still on a tear and it continues to to its own horn about that. New industry analysis is out and is predicting that get this that the rv market the industry is going to grow by eight point. Eight eight billion dollars. Eight point eight billion dollars between now and twenty twenty-five in north america that is incredible And they say what they're noticing is different. Generations now are embracing the rv lifestyle. It's all made possible by remote working new technology But it's pretty amazing and code people working out of their home and then they're saying hey this let's go see travel the country and work out of an rv. I just hope that the industry realizes that all these. Rv's they're selling. We need more campgrounds. We need more campgrounds and We need an educational system that the industry needs to get behind to teach people when they boondock boondock responsibly. So it's it's important. What else is in the news. Chip shortage the cia chip shortage. It's hard to get rising chip short. How fast shortage. It's getting harder to get a talk but a truck for a lot of people that want that truck dough whole around their fifth wheel trailer travel trailer So they're saying that. Many of the north american factories have to close again. The ad motive truck factories because the the supply chain remains broken. They can't get the chips they need. They're blaming this that the delta variant is of covert is hitting southeast asia and that the chip factories there are closing and that just has a ripple effect and the parts shortages as we've been reporting here for months now been crippling the rv industry contributing to multi year weights sometimes on new unit. So no sign of that. Getting better quick. We got to build a factory here to make those chips. I think they are trying to do that. Well let's end the news of the week segment with some good news showy. Yeah that sounds like a really good idea. The timed entry requirements that have angered and frustrated. So many of us. We've tried to get into national parks. This season is ending in most places. Most of the most popular it was a summertime deal and now that labor day is over. Many the national parks are going to end. That timed entry ticketing requirements. Glacier was the first. They just did that monday. I think in the end of the week who we're gonna have ending as well a katie. Somebody katya rocky mountain national park ending the timed entry requirements. Where you had to go through. And say i'm going to enter at this time. Get a permit and pay now. That doesn't mean they're completely gone. And they have a lot of discretion to do what they want so always check with your always ahead of time but that's good all right when we come back. Rv questions of the week when we're asked what's the most important modification we may do our. It's an easy answer battle. Born batteries battle born batteries are quality safe reliable lithium batteries that allow us to stay out there off the grid longer. 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"beaner" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Thank you. you're welcome. You can just start talking. There's a third one. My guy always be sincere. The shoes amazing clouds and dirt. Thank you. I appreciate that too. Thank you interview that you did recently with dope magazine in september. Yes from the announcement in may that you're a fifty fifty acquisition on green street. Yes how are things going over there with josh shelton and mayo rahman those guys. So what our friend here is. Talking about is about six months ago. I bought half into a company that is in the cannabis. Space in both marketing cannabis products creating products. I couldn't do it under the beaner ex world where all my stuff sits one thirty seven. Pm and pure. Wow invader media. Because steve ross my business partner and because he owns it. nfl team. I think everybody's super were how the nfl and marijuana play out. So i didn't wanna create that vulnerability for but for me cannabis is clearly an incredible frontier for personal personally. I believe it's going to do a lot of good for a lot of people number two. I just think it's going to be big business. It's been super great. Obviously i bring a credibility and a capability into the space that a lot of people have been looking for literally. This morning i was on an hour call with them. Like mapping our next steps because we have so much good going on. I sent over three of my good people from bainer that now work in the company. Literally one of my best guys joe. That was with me for nine years at intermedia moved from new york to l. a. And his running account over there so it's going extremely well. I'm going to see something very real about me. I know i can make. I've always been able to make money. I i'm a good businessman. I love. I do think it's going to be highly lucrative financially but i will tell you knowing deep in my heart and i failed every science class. I took so this comes completely from a non knowledge base place. This is a one hundred thousand percent. Intuitive knowing that when those products are marketed scale that cannabis abuse products are going to help a lot of people mentally and physically that. There's no alternative for now because big pharma business makes me feel.
"beaner" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"Tumbler abbas hot. I was three for three on the three big things going right. And i could have done that instead. I chose to be incredibly patient and self aware and say i'm the best market in the world. I think so okay. But i'm a humid. But what if i built the best marketing company in the world. Wouldn't that scale or my activities. Wouldn't that mean something. If i own this asset. I deploy it against all my thinks. that's what i've been doing razzie. The restaurant apt that you might be familiar with a lot of people. Don't realize i'm the co founder of that and that was greeted in bainer empathy wines and we sold that the amex in a nine figure deal empathy wines. We sold to consulation last year in an eight. Potentially nine figure deal. Depending on the earn out that was incubated by two interns. That were john trautmann. And they'd schroeder start. His insurance for me became my minority partners. And we sold that incubated right. Darry the brand literally me incubated by the machine inside of it. My company beaner ex now in itself if i liquidate here next year or two puts me in striking this since to by a minority piece of the jets at the johnsons. Whatever want that and give me the first right to buy on the way up already. Just that yet. I knew that a secondary difference has generated me fifty million upfront sales and in sixty days. I think someone baltica three or four million in residual royalty sales because when you sell an nf. P in the secondary market from peer to peer the original ip owner takes a break and ten percent royalty on every transaction of v. friend in the last twenty four hours. I'm gonna give you the exact date. Because i'm a crypto slam right now. I'll give it to you hardcore. Right now crypto.
"beaner" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Once millions of acres area had dwindled to little more than a burial plot and the few hundred surviving members were being forcibly relocated south to what would become oklahoma. They walked to their new home in indian territory. Took them seventeen days. People got sick. There was typhoid even starvation. Thirteen-year-old charles expected to join the migration but his indian grandmother commanded the boy to stay in topeka with his white grandmother and assimilate. She wanted the best for him and the best for him was to go live with his white family and it turns out. His grandmother was right had gone with her. Would we be talking about in today. We wouldn't know. Charles curtis was had. He gone with his native grandmother. Doklam in fact he may not have even have survived instead curtis thrived. He became a successful lawyer and was elected to the us house of representatives. Do you think having to go between worlds trained him for politics innocence. I think that's true. I think a beaner next blooded person and in some ways being an ambassador between two worlds did prepare him for politics. American politics in the senate curtis a republican became a force serving as majority leader and advocate for women's rights. Curtis proposed the very first version of the equal rights amendment. Women have always had leadership roles within our tribe and ben really tobacco and strength of our tribe. I'm guessing that might have been a factor in clearly his believe on this issue well knowing my native grandmother i know his native grandmother had a strong influence on him and certainly minded but for native americans. The legacy of the man known as indian charlie is decidedly mixed many of the assimilationist policies. He backed had ultimately devastating effects on the lives of indians leading to the dissolution of tribal governments and the break-up of communal lands. I think he believed he was doing the right thing. Had he been alive today. I think he would have understood that some of the things that he believed in at that time did have a significant negative impact on native peoples in one thousand. Nine hundred. thousand. Eight curtis running with herbert hoover was elected the thirty first vice president of the united states. He was given little to do in the office. I approach where so he did preside over the opening of the nineteen thirty two olympic games in los angeles but with the onset of the great depression. The tickets bid reelection went down in flames after curtis's death in nineteen thirty six. His name quickly faded as for his former home in topeka. Don and nova cottrell died last year months apart. The house is now for sale..
"beaner" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"The woods as a small child right and speaking of own backyards. This is when we're told in our timeline. Here that eight square miles around the warner home had been searched by this point. The national center for missing and exploited. Children was called in to join in the investigation on friday. June twentieth and spokesman. Patrick farrell said in my own personal experience. I haven't had a case. Where child has disappeared. So completely now. Chief ericson remained optimistic saying anything is possible but unfortunately we've found nothing so far and he was holding out hope they were still going to find this girl but on saturday. june twenty-first. The warner family was notified that the organized official searches for leanna. Were coming to an end. Investigators felt that they had exhaustively covered any ground where she could have re where she could realistically be. The family thanked all the searches and asked that people not give up hope and said that they themselves were still hoping for the best and i think that's obvious when they point out that very quickly they are putting up ten thousand dollars a ten thousand dollar reward for information about their daughter. This was publicized. Just a couple of days later but you said was at the lake before but there's possibility that she got back to the lake. Were they searching the lake at all. They searched the lake big They they were in the water searching for her. They were flying over the water searching for her. The lake was a big focal point of their investigation. Especially that second day that sunday morning and they again as the sheriff stated at some point after a few days of searching and we've covered all this area in the beginning you're looking in your realistically going okay. How four if she got lost. We're treating this as she wandered off. She got lost. Maybe an accident. Something happened to her right. How far could a five year old get on their own given the timeframe that she's been gone and so you're using that to really focus in hone in on where you should be searching and prioritizing areas so the lakewood have been high priority on that because this is a place that not only was she there earlier that day not only. Was this a place that most everybody in the neighborhood went to frequently. We know that she's rode her bike. There at least one time on her own. So this is a place that there's nowhere in this neighborhood or down to that lake to me that i can see that. This girl would not have been comfortable going to by herself. I think the other issue like you said is they. They do Eight mile radius from the house. That is a very large distance. Eight miles from The warner home down wants that search happens in and they not. it's not just that they don't they. Don't find her. it's the fact that they find nothing. They don't find the sock that don't find a footprint. There's nothing well and we needed to get the word out here right about this missing girl. We already said that there were statewide alerts. That went out immediately when she was discovered to be missing but it was the missing children. Minnesota and the national center for missing and exploited children organizations that highly encourage the warners to go national with their daughters case and so they went on several national televised. Tv shows and they were publicizing the case and a website that they created find beaner dot org and accompanying them on these trips and on these appearances was chief erickson so they are in close contact with one another. They're working arm and arm in this investigation not just to search and find the child but also to publicize the case and make everybody aware that. Hey this little girls missing where looking for. Here's where things get a little interesting to me captain on june twenty-fourth a timeline of what authorities believe happened that night on june fourteenth so ten days later appeared in the minneapolis star tribune. So this will be known as the quote unquote official time. Line here in this case and it's as follows at four thirty five pm. Leanna leaves to walk to the quirk song. Mom tells her to be back in a half an hour at five fifteen two neighbors see lien knocking on the door of the quirks home. But no one is home and she turns around five thirty pm kayla notices. That leanna isn't home yet. She sends leeann older sister over to the quirks but she returns reports that they are not home. Six to six thirty. Pm kaelin leanna. Sister start walking around the neighborhood looking for leanna at six twenty one. We know that. Chris warner leaves on an ambulance. Run to hibbing minnesota. He does not seem to know that leanna is missing at this point at seven. Thirty more people join kaelin in the search of the neighborhood as seven. Forty seven chris. Warner's ambulance run ends and he returns home. He immediately joins the search for his daughter. At eight forty eight kayla warner places. The nine one one call to reportedly and a missing nine pm. Twelve minutes later chisholm. Police arrive and start searching the neighborhood. Ten fifteen pm rescue squad personnel and bloodhounds so the dogs are there at ten fifteen pm arriving on the scene. Four a. m. sunday a state patrol helicopter is out searching for liana by air. They move very quickly. We gotta give props where props do and i think to see the actions and the efforts put forward immediately in this case is the encouraging to me. Because we've we've seen this in other cases. Well we've not seen this. In other cases i think is the best way to state that this time line though to me. Captain brings up some questions if leanna really left the warriors home at four thirty five. Pm and neighbor saw her knocking on the quirk store at five fifteen. Where was she for that forty minutes. Yeah we said that it would take the average adult. It was time they did. This is all science here baby. They figured out that it would take the average adult two minutes to make it from the warriors home to the cork salt so again. That's one of those things. Yes if you wanna question let your five year old walk down there go ahead. I don't blame you for questioning that keep in mind. It's like a two minute walk and a walk that she's done one hundred times. I question it myself. Knock on ally but be that as it made. This is the situation. So let's say it takes a little girl double that time five minutes to walk down there. That's still leaves. Thirty five minutes of what was going on and you know little kids get distracted easily. Heck me in the camp get distracted easily. Who knows hey look. We don't have anybody that saying that. While i saw her go here or saul her. Go there at this time. We have the witness statement of her mother. Saying i saw her walking away from the house. I watched her until she had to go around the corner. And then we have these two witnesses. I liked that we have two independent witnesses saying that. They saw her at the quirk store step and they believe the time to be five. Fifteen pm wrongly. No with eyewitness statements that sometimes they're not lying there just miss remembering but i don't like her mother statement if there's a gap that large of a gap to me. It seems like she headed in different directions before she headed to a friend's house that's also what the scent dogs are telling us as well 'cause they're not falling her sent to her friend's house so i just wonder if it's one of those scenes where your kids missing and now.
"beaner" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"We're back chuck. we're back we gotta log. We've got this little funny looking black solid body guitar and Need to pick back up with with les paul in nineteen. I guess forty one ish. He moves to los angeles. He starting to get session work He plays with bing crosby. Who was a sort of one of the most popular singers at the time. Oh yeah he moved to los angeles to be near being crosby which a little research and that was kind of a common thing. What just want to be near crossing you move across the country to be near bing crosby unless you were. one of. His kids was a good father now. Oh really not a good dad. I didn't know that. Wait a minute thinking. Oh mommy dearest that's right. That's what i'm thinking of thinking joan crawford but he was a huge music star Les paul was out there working with him but then he gets. I don't think we mentioned. He got electrocuted really bad. When he was twenty six playing music sweaty hands held the microphone was also touching the guitar strings completed a circuit and really damage should his hand such that. It took I mean i heard his whole body but it damages hand such that. It took quite a couple of years to even recover which is huge. He he might have never played again like there was a pile yet that was going to happen. Yeah and that's just injury number one for him But he gets drafted in world war. Two goes to work in the army the armed forces radio network and is playing guitar. Basically backing up the andrew sisters Backing bing crosby when they do these uso tours so as far as the army goes in world war two pretty plum gig right So and plus. He's again like he did move to. La beaner bing crosby and the fact that he's getting to like play with bing crosby is i'm guessing a lifelong dream of his come true And even after the war. I guess he made enough of a connection with being I'm on a first name basis with him by the way short He That that les paul Kind of i guess became. I don't know if there was like a mentor. Thing that at the very least. He definitely patronized les. Paul helped his career. Big time one of the things that really help us become like a genuine bona fide star. He's already fairly well known and a lot of circles had some hits but what really shot him to the top was in one thousand nine hundred forty five song. 'cause in a long long time sexually really good song but it was kind of a song. That was a hit. Because it kind of summed up america trudging wearily back from world war two And it's just kind of like this mellow solemn song where it's almost. I'm sure there's other instruments but my ears pickup bing crosby vocals in les pauls jazz guitar in the it. His guitar enhances the vocals so much. But there's actual guitar solo in there and it's slow but it's really good and that kind of show les paul superstardom from that point on. Yes bing crosby is like you need to open up a studio. I'll even help finances thing..
"beaner" Discussed on Marketing Spark
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"beaner" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Now please to be joined by the co owner of the milwaukee bucks mark lazarie in his son the former senior vice presidents and aspiring senator for the great state of wisconsin. Alex landrieu gentlemen welcome. Thank you both beaner. I should notice of our note Mark via zoom alex. Here in in person mark. of course you'll be back here soon enough. We're taping this on the eve of game four and i'm just glad that when we arranged this beforehand it was it was too. Oh you guys still said yes. I was a little worried about what might happen if things had gone a certain way in game. Three so big relief for me. Is the podcast hosts that You guys are still in a good frame of mind here so thank you jaanus. What what i mean for both of you. either. One of you jumped. i The emotions of getting game. Three first of all making this a series. Sure you were confident would go no other way but just the emotions of that and then whatever the weird nixes right now going into game four another pivotal game. They all are at this stage. What you guys feeling. This is a big moment for obviously your whole ownership group this version of the bucks this city. What what is what is the mix of emotions right now. Obviously it's great right and it's a little bit funny. it's you sorta hit it on the head game one. You're like okay great. Let's deal it Game to your like i. We didn't steal game one. That's all right. We'll still this one game three like i. We're gonna defend homecourt right so every game is actually very important I think obviously if we win tomorrow of it's right. I mean then. I think then it's two out of three in think it happened look ultimately. I think we're the better team is if we play well We should win and you saw that yesterday. I mean you saw it last game Janas is gonna get his points. I don't think there's anybody on that team who can stop them. And if chris andrew play their game and they play well Brooke plays well. We should win. And i think that's what you saw in game three. And hopefully that continues in game four and for the rest of the series by the time the listeners. Here this game four will be in the books because it will publish friday morning so they they will just have to guess what your mood might be at that point alex. Do you go into these games with are you. are you. Learn you pacing or you excited a how do you how do you channel little I go to these games. Really excited I go into every game thinking. We're gonna win every game And so i am. I my predictions Don't always seem to go the way i want but look i think we've got you know i obviously one of the best teams in the league and i think You know when you've got janas. Chris andrew. i didn't. That's one of the best you know. Big three's in the nba. Because you've got three guys who can play both sides of the basketball. And i think that's something that's really special and i think coming then to milwaukee look. I think we're really hard to beat at home. I mean we've you know so far. Knock on wood. We've only lost one game at home so far. And that's why i think being able to come home and defend our home court..
"beaner" Discussed on Bobkast
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"beaner" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast
"In suits sitting in front row. They were cia. They were secret service. Ya guys sent to try and decipher that song kit out and of course the band being twenty somethings changed the lyrics every time the saying oh wow i love it and after people will do. Oh yeah dickhead. Oh talk to him. He had i saw them to bound books. They were probably like an inch thick of transcripts. No from hearings on this song in washington to see how if it was really as filthy as the fake lyrics are and the ruling by the judge. Yeah indecipherable right. Yeah but i. I have those your taxpayers money being spent properly but i have i have read the real words and it's totally a guy going out to sea and he just misses his girl. He's talking about when he gets back. And you know we shall have a flower in her hair right. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah how about that. I knew a guy beaner seventeen then. She should've sat down and talk to me and told me the truth. I'm i'm totally with that. You know. I didn't find out until i was gosh. How old was i thirty seven. You know it's it's odd. What people will do say for their own reasons. You know our buddy. Tim by that guy year his mother beverly in high school was in love with a man named rusty. Okay and very handsome man. Now remember this world war to right right forties right and russi got drafted the air force You know and and she was waiting for right And word got back to her that he'd been killed in action. God right yeah. You understand war off okay. So so obviously chatelet that go right now. And she meets. Tim's father who is paul buddy by apparent and they had four children one of which being term and had an amazing lifetime right And later on after four kids had graduated from high school right and the parents agreed to disagree. They got divorced. There was still friends with each other. Bloom knows a little bit messy. They just weren't living together. Didn't work okay. Guess appears you're kidding rusty on my god he never got killed. Well you know they. They were mixing up dog tag numbers and everything during that. I think it's more than that. I think for some reason can't figure why would you tell someone was she did with tim once. She took him in the garage and because she felt close to him. She's not gonna show you something. Because bearing on her soul. She opened this box. Always love let yes. S from rusty. Yeah because i guess she felt guilty. Maybe i think which is in a position where i mean. Well i have. All of steve's write love letters because it was true love in your life. Oh god yes and it meant something right. I have all of his and it's been it's been forty years right. Nothing against randy. Nothing not hurt anyone's feelings does he. Oh go sure yeah you know. He's a good guy in lots of ways. Don't show in the front. But he's he's got a lot of depth home or you know what we found. I didn't tell you this you came over and it's a manual labor. My house things clean out the garage. Well we were doing a little further cleaning okay. We found this box. he didn't recognize. Yeah and it had something all wrapped up in like a real newspaper. Okay and you know so we had to write. Yeah do so we opened it up and there are all these i spotted. Were all these valentines from like the nineteen forty s and then we further looked and there. Is this huge huge. We're talking for four inches deep Scrapbook okay and We started going through it and it belonged to the woman. We bought the house from now. She was in her eighties. And she's.
"beaner" Discussed on The Irish Survival Podcast
"Has super grip. It's aluminium construction means it's lightweight and very durable and the holding weighs two point. Two answers has an e. n. Four hundred seventeen fuel canister recycle till so to recycle. Your fuel canisters. I or you need to do is remove the coffee pin. I'm removed the pivot pin. And then you take the awesome layer off. Then you need to screw the nuts onto the ian four hundred seventeen fuel canister led the remaining gas completely escape. Because you never wants it. Recycle a kantha is filled with gas. Because that will be terrible and then you need to remove this little cap. That's keeping the pointy bit from poking yourself and then you need to press down on the handle and puncture the can and you can go all around to puncturing little holes and that will help. Release the gas and as i said before never recycled if you can't feel canister that still has gas so last but not least. We have one of my favorites tools in the entire world. And not something. That's coming from me. Like almost the sorolla expert in the fire. Beaner the survival. Adc cara and is a carpenter. The has a spark wheel on the end and made outdoor elements in check it out on their website or you can see videos about it on their instagram youtube facebook and twitter and you can't climate they speak was it is rated for hundred pounds or for an interview in our audience. Forty five kilograms. Sorry i am actually less than japan. So i called if i wanted to climb with this in a survival situation. I don't know if it would cause. I would not want break this this as i said before one of my favorites arrival tools in the world. So on this they're saying has ten uses multi-use caribbean as amazing and you can actually get in those different colors. The colorado have is the multicolored one has blue green pink purple yellow orange on. It looks so nice. Have you ever seen oil on the ground and the sun on it. That's the cooler. It looks like the way it all mixed together. And he can't get them in black navy. Whatever you just look at our website lease and this the first thing it has on it is what it's for..
"beaner" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
"Having to do all that extra work of googling somebody and then going and logging what you know about the company and then going engage with them an email and social having to go log what you did it. Revenge eager doing the basics and match line. Most business people fail is they don't do the basics and the basics are the parent before meeting. So you know about that person and their company in order to be able to ask challenging questions so you get them to open up to you about the visits us which has brushing and then saw and then the follow and follow through because you typically in a meeting say. I'm gonna do this and they can do that. You need to log those things and then you need to schedule your next action. Because you don't have an actual of either conduct beaner database and you don't have any log notes any any next action. The basically the meaningless in your data that so every sales rep should be doing the basics. Which is before. The meeting asked questions log. The basic note scheduled the next task and you repeat and rents that site until they either become qualified in the pipeline. Or you determine that they're not qualified and you move on. He always your time. And so i think that the the biggest cause of failure in this whole cycle of sales reps susan serums is lack of us. It's people don't like crap in a computer. yeah. And i think the other thing that If you get to use it and get to know at one of the things i've done is i've integrated my g mail and my bb dash. I'm dot com and my dot me and all those things and the one thing about it is is that i can go in and say i had a conversation with you. I can get every email that i sent between the two of us in one place without having to search for her to go to a search box or all those other things right in the sierra. And that way if not just in not just emails for you privacy all communications all your team. Members would zim valuable and brian. What i call american express of vaneau exactly who i am. They know every conversation. I've ever had with their team and And they know if anything's ending that we need to do. And i think that i think that the biggest sort of mistake that businesses make with their sierra is they think that the sierras prospects and customers and only for sales people or maybe sales and marketing people. But the reality is it's not just processing customers. That business connects to in order to grow their business. At nimble we connect editors analyst bloggers influencers party developers investors advisors in prospects and customers and everybody in our company. Does that connect a not to sail people. In fact we don't have salespeople avenue and so What most companies need isn't really a crm but a company contact platform so that everybody companies on one page with all the connections and conversations having with their constituency and i say constituency because again it's not as processing customers that you should be connected to and the biggest mistake people make. Is they basically by serum seats for sales route. And you think that they're going to be managing the relationship saying he'd rather business and they rely on things like microsoft through sixty five g suite further. Contact gannon's ben. But they don't really understand the fact that both microsoft three sixty five in jesus. We don't have a common contact database the whole team and so everybody has a separate side of database everybody. The company is basically working on a separate set of contacts including the business apps. You might be using in sales.
John Boehner's Memoir: An Insightful Vulgarity-Filled Political Perspective
"John boehner of ohio would like to know that many years in congress and five years as speaker of the house did not change him at all. I listen. I'm just remainder guy who used to have a big job and i've actually One of my Accomplishments was walking out of congress after twenty five years pretty much being the same jackass that walked in more bainer. Says he just tried to be himself. The cover of on the house shows him sitting in what looks like a bar holding a glass of red wine. He is the son of a cincinnati bar owner. He never minded having a glass and disregarded a house ban on smoking. He writes like a guy chatting in a bar and talks of his experience including his experience with fellow. Republicans using so much vulgarity. That it would be hard for him to do a reading here on the radio. All of which leaves a question. How did this mainstream midwestern republican and up so distant from the party quite recently lead. Do you really think that if you were running for office today in the republican party you couldn't get elected. Oh i haven't got a pretty tough time. Like i said i'm a conservative republican. But i'm not crazy. Beaner was elected to the house in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. He became speaker in two thousand ten as republicans captured the house. With the help of tea party activists opposed to barack obama. The first black president bainer lead their efforts to derail obama's spending proposals. But in retrospect he says many of his colleagues didn't care about spending or government debt. They just cared about creating quote chaos on. The house is a story of a leader trying to stay in front of his followers.
"beaner" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Means to run so aca vehicle runs very quickly like the flintstones they their feet to make the cargo cargo. I see cargo Okay moving on to see. A are all caps abbreviation for civil air regulations. Next is our it so now we're getting to the section or pretty close where there's a bunch of words that are kind of hard to pronounce because they're not familiar to me and they might have multiple pronunciations anyway so this is a caribou. Caribou kara yup c. a. r. a. b. a. o. Colorado this is a noun from nineteen hundred. Synonym has just water buffalo. Car abou- This is from i think. What is that saying filipino spanish. Something like that From the this. Ion of somare and lady. I think those are all languages were locations. cariballo k. a. r. a. b. a. w. so that is the original word And then we hear in english changed at dispelling possibly the pronunciation. It's just a water. Buffalo next is caridad or corroborated This is a noun from eighteen. Eighty synonym is ground beetle. A bid and this is from greek caboose. Which is a horned beetle. So yeah they're probably similar beatles next is okay so I would have said this carib. A beaner carib. Let's see it says caribou near caribe near or caraba near c. a. r. a. b. i n. e. e. r. or and i e r near noun from sixteen seventy two a cavalry soldier armed with a carbine a carbine. When are we gonna get to carbine probably in two episodes So it's a cavalry soldier with a carbine. A near and this is from is from carbon. obviously so next we have kara beaner This it or kara beaner Let's see the. It's it's spelled very similarly to last one but instead of double e. it's a single e at the end or you can spell it with a k. Cara beaner noun from nineteen twenty and i'll belong metal ring with one spring hinged side that is used especially in mountain climbing as a connector and to hold a freely..
Amazon: Woman charged $7000 for toilet paper
"Arms during a search of his house in long beach fed say evidence found at the scene of tuesday's explosion of a day spa suggests it was intentional and that the woman killed may have been the target bill has not been charged for that explosion a bail hearing has been set for monday in santa ana corporate carson kfi new recently ordered drinks from a starbucks in law kenyatta flint ridge says the barista wrote the racial slur beaner on his cups the man says the slurred doesn't appear to be a mistake because the breeze had called out his real name when the order was ready the man says starbucks offered him a fifty dollar gift card after he complained but he says he turned it down because he was so insulted starbucks has apologized and says it's working to correct the incident so it doesn't happen again some people have popped denali over a proposal to make surfing the officials sports of california's ignited a debate surfing or skateboarding ask a question right in the waves here it's more like a lifestyle like i was just telling my cousin like i just moved here and i'm like i can't believe i haven't at least tried surfing at getting big air on hawaii's got surfing that's their thing hawaii surfing california skateboarding done then again can all board people just get along just group all into extreme sports or something you simply said hang ten to surfing monday now the senate will decide which way the title turn in venice chris ancarlo kfi new toilet paper is taken a toll on one amazon customer woman in atlanta says she thought she was getting a good deal when she ordered toilet paper on amazon from a third party seller but she got a bill for more than seven thousand dollars the customer claims for order included eighty eight dollars for the t and seventy four hundred dollars for shipping amazon says the woman has received a refund for order and says it's taken action against the seller amazon's policy says sellers are not allowed to charge excessive amounts for order fulfillment and shipping costs debra mark kfi news from the helpful socal honda traffic center crash in irvine on the four zero five it's on the.
Starbucks apologizes for slur on customer's order
"You know that a starbucks in lucky yada has been accused of putting a racist slur on customers cups the guy named pedro says he ordered two drinks on tuesday but instead of his name the cup said beaner on the label this woman told ktla it's bizarre to somebody on the lose their job do they want to bring a lawsuit against starbucks like what kind of employees to their own company starbucks says it is investigating and has reached out to apologize news brought to you by connor chevrolet commercial real estate developer for beverly hills has been arrested by the fbi in a bribery case the feds say the developer paid monthly cash bribes to an la county employees and offered to buy the employees of fancy house in exchange for valuable county lisa's officials say the county worker is cooperating with the feds and fbi task force targeting the armenian mob and mexican mafias turned up a cop accused of being dirty this is the us attorney jeff mitchell says detective john balance accused.