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"bill bunk" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"Sponsoring this week by philistine. er had a little ho- phase much. And then i thought. I wanted to get married and dated in my thirties. These apps had a little. Then thought i wanted to get married. I now but and dated in my thirties. I don't know what the fuck she say. These apps are just torture for me. And i find my spell itself still single at forty one and i think i'm good with that but i do be wanting sex especially after the year. We've had with working at home and so much alone time. So i think i want to get back on the app but just for sex without the horse. Shit of dating one wrinkle. Is that a little over. Two years ago i had my breasts and nipples removed. I had ca genetic mutation that i had my breasts removed preventatively to avoid cancer six hundred ninety percent of getting my lifetime. It was a good decision and a huge deal in my life. So i'm glad i did it. I did get breast reconstruction so enclose. You'd never know that. I had worked on. I do have scars. And i'd be real. I'd be a real dick to let a partner just precocious so i will need to get a little heavy with someone on an app and i don't know the best way to go about it while still keeping the encounter superlight so my query is fold Best way to get uncomplicated. Dick at forty one. And also how do i let men know that my titty game is week. Actually existent feel think bill bunk. It's cetera. well she has boobs right. that's what. I'm unclear on right if you have boobs. What's the problem. And i've also heard of people getting nipples tattooed on in these situations that the bureau ca like it's just the breast tissue It's not you know when some people have the giant scars. Yeah groups reduction that's reduction. That's the anchor scar okay. Or isn't there some where people have breast cancer in the east large scar be. I think that's tig that from her special or yeah like really big scars. Is that this. I think if it's reconstruction look at breast reconstruction yamina look that line right. I see the woman on the right. I think i'm just wondering how i've seen people get that tattooed so it nipple meena look yeah That looks so awful. Yeah so so. I get i mean i would suggest getting nipple tanto and of course get up. How neil feels logo stupid. That's on the house you know. That's on the house. And if not because first of all. I think the guy the just that lump is pretty gets me eighty percent of the way their meaning just like even with no nipple mike all right. She's lumped the with no nipple. I'm like that's boob. I don't know one guys with that. I know if you guys. Let's be honest. But like i don't know when he guys with a thing that looks like a boob with no nipple so either get it tattooed or because the my point was i. Don't guys. I don't believe anyone actually cares about nibbles. I think it's thing that you it's like visit the gift shop. Well there there. I want to do something to them. The nipples sensitive but not really compared to other you know other parts of the body and mostly most with most women might experience firsthand firsthand. I and so get a tattoo and if not keep your shirt on keep keep really right ons braun but he. Her question is okay. We're texting were chatting on app. Do you wanna know beforehand. Should i be like. Oh yeah. I think overestimating guys fear level. I think she should just say it right before you like by no i just. That's literally go. I nine hundred dollars and a guy. It'll be fine. Get hot and heavy and jackie relation with you. Yes so hot and heavy kissing boom boom. You go take off. No no no i just. I don't know my boobs. They had just have a blank blank. I don't think you need to cover now. You know angelina jolie because she had the surgery yeah exactly is hot right. You like are you wanna fucker. I have the same breast thing is her. Okay so just either. Just keep rolling guy a guy not gonna care. I just. I'm promise you he's not gonna like your good comfortable like blink blink. Like whatever gets to sex and that's what you want. Yes you both want the same thing. Yeah what what is it. It begins to the heat shock. You.

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"bill bunk" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

08:17 min | 10 months ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Not to perform. No kidding yeah in knowing barnum and bailey ringling brothers. They probably use that to promote him apple. Pay to not see this man for sure. A madison square garden in the sixties. Ladies were so shocked by his face he was ordered off the stage. Why he later worked with the clyde beatty circus and eventually sam created and ran a side show of his own. His axe spent most of the season in belmont park in montreal canada in the summer. Now you may remember the story of short-sea yes also known as the pinhead yes all around nineteen sixty. When schlitz sees guardians passed away. He ended up in a mental institution after being admitted short-sea reportedly went into a deep depression. And fortunately a sword swallowing of bill bunks happened to be working at that hospital. It was winter time off season and he saw schlitz sitting in one of the hospitals waiting rooms so staff told bill what had happened and he went to the phone and called. Sam alexander. sam came to the hospital. He explained the situation to hospital administration. And the state of california made schlitz award of sam alexander. That's amazing and very heart warming. It is there were doctors that said that short-sea was so used to a life around people and being an entertainer that this depression they believed would have killed him and sam knew that being a part of this world was what schlitz he knew. So slit worked with sam for about ten years. Eventually sam retired him and got him an apartment in la and a nurse and every day. They'd go to the beach and they'd meet people and schlitz lived a beautiful life near the beach until he died. But there was just part of like who sam alexander was. He was a kind generous caring person that everyone said his face was the exact opposite of his personality. 'cause his face scared people in his face was concerning to people. But once you've got to know sam alexander. He was just the most genuine hard working kind generous soul that there was. It makes one wonder that if a person is faced with that sort of a situation in their life and are the subject of perhaps ridicule or or being some sort of an outcast if it made them more sensitive to other people's needs and wants and maybe made made him even kinder person. Yeah it's interesting that whole nature versus nurture thing and We see so many times those who are faced with adversity who become incredible role models and these people who just show us exactly how much the human spirit can endure and how we can persevere during times of troubles mother. Mary calls to me. And i think of what comes to mind. Is john merrick. The elephant man. He was a very soft spoken quiet. Well read intelligent person. And he had every reason in the world to be a bitter horrible man because of the way he was treated but he chose not to same with sam alexander and despite the fact that this is how he made his living he endured seventy two operations over his lifetime in an effort to restore his damaged face. I think especially once. He had his own side show. He felt like he could sustain while also trying to improve the outer appearance of of his face. However the the surgery still left him with kind of a patchwork appear and He wanted to live out the rest of his years though displaying his first face so the last few years of his life he lived as himself without the mask and he ended up passing away of natural causes in nineteen ninety seven and left behind so many friends in the in the business and outside of the business because of what a warm loving gentleman he was so he he led her pretty long pretty long successful life. That's right how old was he He was in his early seventies. So yeah what an inspiration i think. So that is the story of sam alexander the two faced man and the thing in the middle registers talk about the most passive aggressive gift. They've ever received number five. My sister was overseas for christmas. But thoughtfully left me. The gift of trinian's suzannah's how to dress for your body type. You fat bitch book. Ira gifted it to her the next year and back and forth at goes now see. That's the way the way to handle it right. There is making a holiday tradition number four a new bike from my that time husband. He was a bmx racer. Although he knew. I hated riding bikes but he led his best friend. Pick out my gift to that year. That same friend who also bought me slimfast so a bike and slimfast. Wow number three cellulite. Cream and vodka. Here's some cellulite cream. It probably isn't going to work. So here's some vodka to go along with it number two one year. We went to my mother's house so my son can open his presence and she pulls out a little poorly wrapped gift and hands it to me. It's a plastic container of knockoff. Cue tips from the dollar store. My mother's loaded so it wasn't a money issue but she said she just couldn't bear to have nothing under the tree for me. Wow the woman is a professional button pusher. We know a few people like that. I'm sure you do too and number one. My mother-in-law came over last thanksgiving and made a big deal about how my serving dishes. Don't match for christmas. I got an entire serving set for her with a note that said a ladies table is our greatest masterpiece for her husband. So don't sit him down to a kindergarten drawing elizabeth disgusting. Like you know what now. You're going to hear some very graphic descriptions of what my masterpiece on my husband is. You're not gonna like it too podcast while operating heavy machinery. Because you know you couldn't hear the stories. This is the box of auditees. What i'm excited about. Twenty twenty ending this year has been crazy but you know it's been great about twenty twenty might earbuds. You know how they say. Hindsight is twenty twenty well this year forward sound has been twenty. You're really stretching. Yeah yeah we're talking about ray. Khan of course our favourite earbuds here at the box of either. The reason is quality. Audio is important to us. But we don't want to spend a bazillion dollars and i'm guessing. Those are two things we can agree upon so rake on provides that high end quality but it will cost you an arm and a leg and you can use them for so many things. So if you know someone who's doing a bunch of meetings from homa wouldn't they liked to have amazing sound if you know someone who loves going to concerts. 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"bill bunk" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

16:10 min | 1 year ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"bill bunk" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Deir you don't even insinuate that. I would live. I draw the line six forty four here on the Todd Don show. There's a lot of talk this week about expanding the Austin convention center. In fact, the Austin city city council be expanding talking about expanding the convention center today. But they'll get no support from the save our springs alliance. You know, the folks that protect the, the butterflies and the frogs. Somebody's got somebody's gotta guess, SOS executive director Bill bunk. She says the biggest reason is the enormous waste of hotel occupancy tax generated money. That's what he says, not really about protecting anything should be going to support those people places activities that tourists and residents love about Austin, and that are really filling up. Our hotel rang bunch says data shows the convention center business is responsible for less than four percents of heads in beds at hotels, but gobbles up nearly three quarters of the hotel, occupancy tax revenue. That's pretty interesting. I mean there's been a lot of talk about expanding the convention center because. Well, they say we want to make room for bigger conventions. Yes, losing business to Houston. Dallas San Antonio, what we need to do. If Georgetown rocker growing, at that kind of a clip after we an everything around us, San Marcus will be our convention center. That's true. We'll just make San market. The whole city is our vision conventions. Once once the whole area becomes. Right. There you go. You're welcome. You're a problem solve to fix thing. I had no idea the Roddy rocker was a problem, so not at the more, you know. Wow. You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio kale. B J page Tony cats and I'm thrilled to be bringing my show. Tony can't today to KLBJ from ten pm to midnight politics, culture cigars. Not all at one time, we kind of try and space it out. Moderation is the key. It's the news and culture stories that affect you in Austin and all of us in the center of the country. So join me, Tony cats. Tony can't today that from ten pm to midnight Monday to Friday on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM.

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"bill bunk" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"This ted talk features astronaut and engineer leland melvin recorded live at ted salon radical craft twenty eighteen this talk contains mature language hi it's jerry goteborg ski here that's spanish gator i want to tell you about pets i ever spanish-language podcast it's called ted in spaniel every week we bring you ideas in spanish from ted until next conferences around the world maybe you want to brush up on your spanish or you know someone who searching for great audio content in their language either way you can subscribe to spaniel whatever you get your podcasts in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine i was standing behind though so vania black and white television set hearing about these things happening on the set in the front i was the guy you know leaving the rabbit ears for my dad and my sister and my mom they'll move over here turnover here move this way we can't see the screen and what they were watching was one small step for man one giant for mankind neil and buzz aldrin were walking on the moon and i was five years old in lynchburg virginia a skinny black kid and kind of somewhat racist town and i was trying to figure out what i was going to do with my life and my parents you know they were educators they said that you know you can do anything but after that moon landing all the kids in the neighborhood will like you're going to be an astronaut i'm like no i don't want to buzz and i don't see someone who looks like me because representations does matter and i knew that there was a guy five blocks down the street on peer street who was training to play tennis and it was arthur ash and my dad talked about his character has disciplined his intelligence athleticism i wanted to be arthur ashe moon guys and as i went on this journey my dad was a schoolteacher he played in the band he did all these things to make money for my sister and i had to take piano lessons and do these different things with education and he one day decides to drive up into the driveway with this this bread truck and i'm thinking okay bread truck me delivering bread while my dad's driving the truck i'm like okay i'm good break guy now but he says this is our camper and like do come on i can read morita brandon enrolls in the side of this truck and he says no we're going to build this into our camper and over that summer we rewired the tower entire electrical system we plumbed appropriate tangail coleman stove we bill bunk beds and flip down we were turning this into our summer vacation launchpad escape pod this thing that could take us out of lynchburg and before that i was actually raped at five by some neighbors and i didn't tell anyone because i had friends that didn't have fathers and i knew that my father would have killed the people that did that to his son and i don't want my father to be gone so as we got him this bread truck in escape from lynchburg was my time with my dad and we went to the smoky mountains and looked at the purple mountains majesty and we we walked along the beach and myrtle beach and this thing was was transformative it showed me what it meant to be an explorer at a very early age and suppressed all that negativity all that trauma because i was learning to be an explorer and a little bit later my mother gave me an agent appropriate non to certify chemistry set where i created the most incredible explosion in her living room and so i knew i could be a chemist so as i would on this journey through high school i went to college and i got a football scholarship to play football in college and i knew that i could be a chemist because i'd already blown stuff up and when i graduated i got drafted to the detroit lions but i pulled a hamstring and twenty campaign so what every former n._f._l. player does it go work for nasa right so i went to work for nasa and this friend of mine's leland you'd be a great astronaut i just laughed at it when i was like yeah me and astronaut neil and busting back in sixty nine and he had him in application and i looked at it and i didn't fill it out and that same year another friend of mine philadelphia application and he got in and i said to myself if nassar's letting knuckleheads ethan to be astronauts maybe i can be one too so the next election i feel that the application and i got in and i didn't know what it meant to be an astronaut training the simulations all these things to get you ready for this countdown three two one liftoff in two thousand seven i was in space shuttle atlantis careening off the planet travelling at seventeen thousand five hundred miles per hour in eight and a half minutes later the main agents cut off and we're now floating in space and i push off and flew over to the window and i can see the caribbean and any new definitions of blue to describe the colors that i see as your indigo navy blue medium navy blue turquoise don't do any justice to what i see with my eyes and my job on this mission was to install this two billion dollar columbus laboratory was a research laboratory from rituals research for human research and i reached into the payload bay of space shuttle grabbed out this big module and i use robotic arm i tasked it to the space station and the european waiting ten years for this get install so i'm sure everyone in europe it was like

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"bill bunk" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith

Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith

"So let's invite Chris Fisher in here. He is a James beard winning shafir cookbook. The Bill bunk farm cookbook. He worked with Mario batali for many years Babo. He's cooked in Japan in London for very notable people, especially me. And has in Martha's Vineyard on a farm and has. I think a really interesting perspective on food. Let's talk to Chris Fisher. That's a good insurance. Now? No shit. Oh, and also he's my husband. Keep shame. Shady. And then you have a farm. And so things like when we started dating, we would do something that I thought was really durable and we'd go over and I would drive. I got to drive the tractor and like work on the compost pile a little bit and then feed the rabbits. But then we ate them. No. I know this might be tough for people to hear. I sold them. Yeah, we ate some rabbits are the best employees I've ever had because they actually eat the waste from the farm and then digested and then turned into fertilizer and throughout the years, you just rotate them over the crops you're growing and they use up your waist, improve the soil and then you get eat them. See, those are real employees. Eighth, you're, you're the cats and the dogs Robbins. That was interesting that you told me was sort of like the meats that we consume the most of being like from cows or pigs like that, but but really goats are sort of the most consumed me. I read that recently that the most widely consumed meat in the world is go. Do you go? Sorry, I've already. What's. What's on your mind. You want your goat fried or brood. Are you thinking of brewed like a broody hen or brood of. Bubbling cauldron. Raising goat, and I don't know why we are basically trained as a society to eat chicken lamb, pork and beef, and that's because those animals were the easiest confine. Cows are docile pigs. They don't really escape same with sheep and channel. Do you feel most sorry for? I think I've I've, I've killed so many animals that at a certain point you detach from interesting is if we're watching a movie like a scary movie and there's anything where someone gets stabbed her, there's anything physical or a gruesome. You're like, so gross, like more gross out than me, which I'm very happy about personally, is someone who's married to you and who has sex with you? I've never felt like cattle or sheep that you were dealing, and I do appreciate that even though I have a little bit about, but anyway. Sorta unpack on my own time, but, but it's it's interesting that you really have such a clear line of that you can. That you have the capacity to like truly like slaughter an animal because you grew up doing it and it's like second nature you almos-. Yeah. And I think you learn sort of a routine with an animal before you kill it. You wanna create a circumstance where they're surprised you want it to be fast depending on your resources, and then for the quality of the meat afterwards, then you have to have a whole process and plan for what you're going to do with that product. So it's in its best condition? Yeah, it's really interesting. Like, you know, I think it's it can be tough for people to hear about, but it is what we're eating. You know, it's like, so it's interesting. I've raised a lot of pigs, partly because I went through a phase of just really loving pork and they're such strong smart animals. And I've had so many crazy experiences from picking them up in Vermont on these big pig farms and driving them back with like homemade shells, that in the back of my truck and one time..

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"bill bunk" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Out of government worked for president reagan and president bush both son and dad so very very different would you grow up i grew up in boston messages and then patriots patriots fan fan so sadly so i so i this is actually wondered whether to the firmative to that given that i listened to your show and yes i am a rabid patriots fan and remember way back in the day austin boston the boston patriots i actually to show how old i am i grew up rooting for the new york giants because we didn't have a that's right you were there was no we know nfl before the merger exactly right exactly but yes i love the patriots so victim real quick just to clarify this if you were older than forty and a patriots fan it's amazing how much less venom i have four you because you went to if you're an under thirty year old boston sports fan you are so privileged and so entitled that i have no respect for you in sports in general i love this there's no sense of entitlement that got worn off same with the red sox six grown man in eighty six world series how how old are you now i'm going to be sixty nine few days so what are we talking thirty what is it around in eighty six i that i'm trying to think where were you in were you you actually know i was in washington dc i say that just completely break your soul you know it was crushed the kids urine ones listen i just want to quit i don't know i just told my son this story i don't know why in the mood to bring this up it just so that game is crazy to out sis nobody on world series got shea stadium the mets stadium said congratulations boston red sox nine hundred eighty six world champions two outs do you know this sandy any two outs nobody on red sox were winning by one at that point the bill buckner orla poor bill bunk but like so much happened before that thank you that's exactly right and by the way so to your point paul poor buckner it's it's unbelievable because he had such a real good baseball player he was a real like a real good player no career we're talking about like the multiple base hits the wild wild pitch before it's way beyond any at all on hume's not not fair but there you go that's okay so let's let's pal in the world and and you're up in boston what kind of kid were you what kind of kid i student reverse is of urine i worried about everything interest interest major warrior and retain that to the rest of my life you know what's funny about that i actually love that you just went there one of the things that i have to do better job of or something that i believe in tremendously that i'm trying to communicate more is there's two very opposite ways to win and i really think they're mean you right like like it's the eighty five bears beloved patriots by our which is listen it's not that hard a lot of comparable it's way more harsh for me i haven't been to one eighty five bears right when i hear worrier or lawyer but like that's good because that's an extreme version of defense that leads to offense and what i am is like the li ola marymount college team from the late eighties early nineties that was winning we're winning basketball games one fifty seven and one thirty nine you know one of the things i learned please when when i became the ceo the home depot which was a very unexpected turn of events but when i became ceo one of the great phrases that stuck in my head was colin powell's optimism is a force multiplier you learn that is a leader that it's one thing to be worrying in your office and you know here's what could go right but externally it is optimism and that's what drives the organization is here's the vision of the future this is the vision we're marching towards and you have to be optimistic questions somebody's consume this content and who actually know what before it go there talk to me about the unexpected tournaments i i'd love to know the story you know home depot's super iconic business you obviously that means does that mean how how long were you at home depot before that so i was at home depot five years before that and then i was the.

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"bill bunk" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"bill bunk" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"You know what i mean if i get native writing gig i can be in town at the office down the hill i get some days planned in november more bill bunk beds from my son the you rifle well shows and turn the turn of written for a couple but trying to get on one leg i need something i need like a longterm settle and being a room i like to learn a little more six years now fuck that walked yang eileen a cigarette me in there for six months remedy i'd like i would monitor sixmonth gig and then learn a little and try and go back out so showare that up now have more room experience you know what i mean you shot the special shot the special man would you should at the hour i know shit in look i went all out at six cameras they'll ray we had like three hundred fifty people each show real nice run you yeah thanks man know something tugs things happen for a reason pro i think all the time you member this was like i don't know maybe fuck are now maybe eight months ago or so we did want to ariz live shows up at the belly roman you a host of ari you remember i told the story but my dad pass and and going home through all shit amp because they wanted me to do it on this is not happening hokka and i was like i don't know man i don't know if that's castro it's going to fly with like that kind of crowd and i'd like your host in a mike fuck what's joe again i think it historian you're fuck in jama body like that fog in story when you open like you are of dude you'll only guy i can open a show casually with.

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