18 Burst results for "Blue Family"

"blue family" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"blue family" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Big, big love. Back in June, when Carlo Ancelotti suddenly left us and we were reeling, there was a lot of rumors, including you rapha with your true roots in the area. You have true roots in the Merseyside area. You still live in willow. And I'm fascinated, what is it about the Liverpool region that made you maintain your home there? What about it made you abandon Madrid for Merseyside? Can you tell us about its illegal? It's very simple and very easy to understand. Do you have a wife? Unbelievably, I do rapha. My wife, she loves Liverpool. My daughters are as counselors. So they say we have to stay here. If you want to go to China, you go to China, but we will stay here. So it's simple. They are as counselors and they are so happy here that it's impossible for me now to go back to Spain. Before you arrived to Goodison, you were so synonymous with the reds. Your face is on the cop. There's the song raffle a Bamber. Did you ever have second thoughts at all? Did you ever have doubts that maybe? Maybe this is not a good idea. I have to be honest when everybody was talking about this option. I was talking with my wife. My family, my daughters, and then I got a little one blue, so she's very happy now with that. So they were saying, why not? So we want you to stay here. It's a great opportunity. It's actually growing and it's improving. The owners are spending money. They want to build something important. The new stadium. So many positive things in terms of the positivity to compete. They say why not? And then little by little, we have the idea in our heads and really pleased because I think it was the right decision. Can I just check in on this? Did you say that one of your daughters rapha is a blue? How did that happen? Proper fun. She knows the players and he's coming to every game now. Cheering up and bringing Friends. So now it's working on that trying to improve the blue family..

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"blue family" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"blue family" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Sort of love watching that by interest left side gone for just because it's more than it did on the pitch was a phenomenal alex. Govan if you're not gonna he's gonna contribution to the club's history and the culture of the club given that song but actually it was a pretty good player as well if i could find etc And then up to up top trevor francis of sinai more an and again someone more was reluctant to go for. But you just have to recruit. The impact would rip the primarily shows. You that isn't it. I mean this that you could pick doesn't gripe players of as captain car and manager on actually chris a really season because i loved working for chris of a think your policy auditory think it because he is stats. Fleshed up day of forest monitor. What's forest country that he was like achievements and solve partly us. Forget that you ask the plaza season which closed prematurely. He went down the shirt. Sponsor if you remember that we dragged is on free deals relatively unknowns gossip plastic phone. Linda said it was brilliant. seen the crowded sheffield singing. We all wanna team. Jeremy's i've seen on youtube. He was so happy profitably blues family yet. Still people discriminate. Some might take. The pay is learning disabilities. Jeremy we love you. That's what you need to know me over. And he was lapping every second of the opie. So i blues videos. Well the one where it's lobby on the scenes before the game sheffield and the plaza getting off the coat screaming. I'm come blow yan. you know. Small blue looping ball right and just hearing that coming down the street he just makes it makes diet lifts more spirits goodall jeremy out jeremy jeremy jeremy number one son them to send us a fun. Eleven under gabriel on a special diet. Carol yes awful lot older. I thought she letter. From the queen's she's awesome.

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"blue family" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

07:05 min | 6 months ago

"blue family" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"George michael cousin. I know i a feel. Hey maybe hells polling. George george michael yes. It's gone pretty good. It's it's kind of nice being in the states again. It's been a little while. Yeah it's good to see you again. It's been a while. how are you doing. You still wanna banned. Yeah still in the same line scrape to see you nice. you know. we didn't break up yet or anything. 'cause we're together house scott or what was. His name was his name. Scott jeff you. His name yeah. He's doing good. He's doing good. Yeah he's doing good but i'm doing good. I'm doing great good. Yeah it's good to hear. yeah. I liked your hair. Looks good. can't really see it because of the park. But i know that it looks good so good to see you again look great. It's good to see you too. Where's the food ginette. Did you do any of your traits. I'm sure you did i. I probably do deceptive vengeful vengeful. Blase clever board. And i did use one of my words used the secret word at least one at least one. Oh my well yeah tell us how many us because i used one for sure one. That was planned. I don't know if i said okay. Well say the ones you know of. And you get three tokens. Then i have to say no. No no no. No no okay okay. I just have to tell us how many now. And if he's a problem with our our sort of Long form Newness to this. I'll say at this point. Ginette said she used to see your words. She would have to repeat her sentence. this is going to be almost impossible so can because that's why i said like i used the i probably said some of the others but this one was playing. Okay well if you can say the sentence that Ordinate see you came back now. I have a written here. Okay so my my movie. Pitch is space wizards fighting for supremacy of the universe. I call it lizard space battles so good luck with that. Wow no that was. That was so now. That genet- has finished her sentence. And when got her tokens we can attempt skews me. We can attempt to discern which word was secret. No no she can. Now try to guess someone else's secret because it's her turn. We're all supposed to take notes right see. Here's the thing. Genetic elsa set a secret word yet. So you don't have to worry about. Okay okay yeah. I didn't think so. But oh and if somebody so if someone makes a guest your secret words you do have to and they guess one of them you have to say when they guest you do have to reveal that point if someone guesses the word you tell them you have to say exactly which one guest. Okay leaves bias. Few k. it's it's it's my turn. it's my turn. Y'all so tobias fashionably late as always now that you is successful in the door He's wearing like a one of those like bluetooth headsets. And he's on the phone with his With his producer Dr phil county. Who was the marriage counselor from that episode. Play by bob odenkirk. And he's saying he's saying well. If worse comes to worse we'll just have to get some headshots. Headshots is too violent. Let's just call them heads anyway. I want those heads in my lap by monday. And then he presses little button on on his on his ear and he says hello. Blue family tobias good to see you. Joe walks up an accidentally slaps him in the side of the head. Try the classmates shoulder. Oh hey well well. Of course joe joe i Beginning your letter imported. I'm sorry i never wrote back. I didn't want michael say hello to buy hanes tobias. How is your television program going. I feel like like. I'm a new man you know i'm no longer never nude i. I came out as gay two years ago as you may have heard. I'm just going to rehash all of this and you. You have a just a golden tan. Yeah we get a lot of sun out there in phoenix Not alleged trees to give a shade out there. What are you wearing their michael. What do you what kind of clothes you wear these these days. You'll have to describe them to me out loud for some reason. I'm wearing a forty eight thousand dollar suits does. It have doesn't have a vest come. On course it has this joe flips his his best open and several plates flying anyway. Well that's my sentence I did use several of my secret words so i will re say of the condensed version of the sentence. He says on the phone with dr phil doctor dr phil dr phil gundy If worse comes to worse we'll just have to get some headshots. No headshots violent. Let's just call them heads. I want those heads in my lap by monday and then He proclaims that he's been he chemo's gay two years ago that he has a new show in the show is going great and he has no longer and never nude and then he looked and saw ask the people what they were wearing and asked if joe was wearing a vest so.

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"blue family" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"blue family" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"It's the for the July get to wake up in your freedom, but sometimes down No. One. Seems like everybody's On the raid Riding blue Happy Birthday America. Whatever is left of you. You were the darling. When you save the world W W wanted to friends would just be father done now. Letting them whole you Now your every moment turn something other than your They burn your playing in their cities more than anybody. Happy birthday. America is performing my How are you doing? Stop in your freedom. I'm sometimes I wonder. Wow. It seems like everybody's wise blue family Prayer. America water was left. Who they got to town on. We're not entertain their call. Oh, will the world keep right all spinning at the greatest of them all down there Helping hand to God? You gave a number, my friend. I wish you're gonna miss you, girl. You were the best sister happy. No damn very time. All the broken down city by the lips design. Uh, I can't seem to get it right most of the time. Every time I go to town. I just come home with the lesser of two. We move. We're gonna get the cheese having birthday. America give birth in July. I'll get to wake up in your brain sometimes, man. Wow. Giving body. Oh, celebrating the grown ass working man. And lesbian woman more Friday Drive home.

"blue family" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

08:12 min | 8 months ago

"blue family" Discussed on Trending Diary

"That's what initiated. Face any trouble of that because as you mentioned you know you didn't get any any I thought and it's similar having to me. That is i think. I should about icu. Kind of wanting to be. That's doing and the had happened. She didn't happen. That people outside okay. You're not good at anything like that. I have a good one of these communities. One of them Which is wanting something i have on. Friend have the gift of the gap I wonder if he's been a good speak over it or whether it's the debate in plays in school who all in an all advantage blue family business times This is you need to be found again. But also so question. I don't belong here or be an but having said that i had improved on myself and i think that comes with just Looking under the doing as many interviews as you can Talking to people recording yourself. So i think i have it on myself but not once. Did i ever seen that. I belong at this stage. And that's that way. Maybe the mice meisels yet that you're as you've mentioned that you know except in initially so going back to my question during going to be your question with your favorite in my job for me. The one guy who's was the goat of our time. There is such an enemy regretting One has ever being made like him. No one ever will be You have the dot quality's gone your but there's just one god of that is such i think Do on your second question. What have you learned from them. A lot Just being landless for games and passions and and it doesn't have to be gone had the street disposable head legacy good morning to rule the world it was about whilst that instead of justice play being good on crown. I lots of players forming so scoring centuries and a lot of content. Happy definitely happened with the bills. Will wanting if you want is considering the goal of the of this world why did that is longevity of this brilliant They've been on all of us. Who have five or six years at the top. You got beat the peak of any player. Is jimmy late twenties early thirties. Or maybe that's football sightly ago But this man just kept and kept on peaking yet his bad fees and and that's what the model drew him in his is everyone everyone gets hit writing down. But then how you can adapt because off and that man this i think three or generations of of the best boehner's awards Who kept coming at you with a new kind of game every time. And he just kept them at all. I remember this time way about six or seven docks of zero four dachshund entice indians anonymous taken back next year and was the highest. I think is just bigger lend landless and and backing abilities idiot might have i. Don't think any other cricketer compared him only in what he's doing today. I honestly in my humble opinion that the quantity of willingness such an faced in his in his day was far superior than the bullying that. We're not only as been facing dig. Nothing from it landed player. he's he's phenomenal. probably might be such records for I still believe that. Such harder for favorite tuffy so before one give them is that what is. The one trend edgy more than one arresting more breath one trend. I don't know if you'd call this a trend or just a habit but just looking at on the song that Should stalk bobby not avoid. Because i realize any decent. I think our knives have just kind of on done six to afford Does not you can do on sunday. One hundred percent. Radiophone it on whether as watching film talking a friend and i mean just it for two three difficult so i started doing that in the day i dig out of the us. My phone does not I think that next report definitely become a spent time with families I think it's the biggest as muster. You can have in your life which is spending time with family. They're the only when the world who you are and whether you're being an asshole for lack of a better term or just being the best. This beautiful wrap is what in the again begging in my life with that. I remember the. I would have made it with you. Know only the conversation. Because i'm big fan of having Donald definitely denying that. I'd like to have my father anything you'll let any who have been pregnant. Just won't have to in an extremely you. You're forced to improving this topic. So i'm do khanate definitely. Yeah that's unique local. thank you thank you. I gandhi much tapered eating dearly and decided not conard syrup. I guess thank you. God and genetic or the ghetto. My hair in need. That's never seen someone that dots something happened. Lots of people have sublime. But that that this in your meeting you out. It's so that's it's really fun. And if instructed on sunday educated we. I don't matt so i can get the chance to interview him next. Because of you. I would now like dig this opportunity to announce the call for injuries for the thirteenth. Ibp awards for excellence. Download the forms at www dot india dot org and mail in your entries to awards at adp india dot org and made was create having the show and human who people thank you so much for listening. I hope you get somebody today. Also believe you might be interested in taking out a new youtube channel training. You can enjoy the status of some best conversation from the show and rishon farms and even the stories around the topic that matters to you as you in the next episode. Tilden stay tuned. And got mrs on..

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"blue family" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"blue family" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Born and bred and raised blues man of the highest order. I sound kind of like a carnival barker here but this guy is good and he all the way it is now he puts on a great show and and it's gonna be fun and then We have we consider southern avenue as part of our greeley blues family They have been claimed for us for all over ten years. now i think and Or tyler is a very interesting guy. He's the leader of the ban and A fellow from he's actually an israeli Citizen he's here legally on work visas. I want everybody to know and and he Went to memphis to get the start in the united states and met some women they're out of the southern baptist church and You have to consider this with a lot of gospel and soul in it and and You will be charmed by Tarini Jackson is the young woman's name who is the lead singer and then the drummer is her Younger sister. tk and we just found out this week that they are bringing the youngest sister of the jackson family with them and she is now going to be vocalist and Dancing performer for sure. That's what goes on with this ban so it's gonna be Just an exquisite joe. What a wonderful fusion you know of musical genres just gonna be amazing all right. Let's get down to brass tacks here. Tickets still available on. Can we still get the green green grass of the greeley blues. Jan home home graft available. As yesterday i believe and you get that by going to greeley blues. Jam dot org and Followed the links It's right on the top banner one of them as side and There's probably not another Blues festival in the country. That has that on their on their web page but We do and the side will be in great shape So there is an for about twenty five cents a foot which is about a third of what the cost of side would be if you went out and bought it so discount to absolutely we. Just try to recoup some of our expanse on that but We wanna make certain people think it's a they're getting a deal and they are so tickets available online and at the gate online at the gate If you get them today you can save ten bucks okay. So some sensitive yeah. There's some incentive there thirty dollars today they're going to go up to forty tomorrow so get out in by 'em you can get them at the stampede box office you can get them at mariposa plants downtown. You can get them at westlake one liquors on at westlake plaza. There and then you can get them at the booze brothers liquor store at twenty third avenue and twenty seventh street So that's another ticket outlet and if you're listening from fort collins rj's wine and spirits which is out on East no east harmony. And i cross street fails me right now but Look it up on our website there. There you go as we're getting back to the party with the greeley blues jam twenty twenty one out bricker Marketing and merchandise chair. Thank you for all that you have done all you and your colleagues have done in a making this happen in such a great way again this year. Very good thank you i can. I say one more. Thank we are going to have emerged table tonight down on the ninth street plaza and you can buy tickets there and were even given a making a ticket deal for you can thirty dollars but you can buy four for four hundred so Or we're trying to give a give everybody a real good shot these tickets and they're gonna have t shirts and hats and all of that stuff as well so the teaser by the way the purple shirt. What the yellow lettering really pops gail got one of those. That was part of the deal. Breaker really pleased jam. Thank you so much and boy. It's going to be a party to remember to be sure that right. We'll see all out there. Sounds like a plan. Eight twenty one now. Thirteen ten k of k party northern colorado's force thirteen ten. Kfi the block party wednesdays from four ten pm. What's happening in your own backyard. Listen to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice.

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"blue family" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"blue family" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You are going to need to talk to someone and get some parenting skills down some parenting classes. Absolutely. But in that process As they learned to slow down and rather than him being so angry. How can you let the kids treat you this way? This is there. So disrespectful. Your kids of such brats minor so well behaved Well, that just right from the get go. You've got lots of problems going on well when he learned to slow down And to listen and ask questions. Then she opened up and she could share see if we could slow down and not be so judgmental and invite the other person. To share their perspective and thoughts were going to get a lot more done. And in doing so, you know, she was able to finally talk about her fears of disciplining And her fears of feeling, you know, um, rejected. So she allowed these kids it she kind of went into some of her own childhood stuff, but what came out Instead was a great conversation. And he was able to say Well, then how can I support you? So see, rather than him fighting against her? You don't let the kids get you. They get away with this. They get away with that. So rather than fighting it's joining together because you're on the same team. Yeah, and it's taking the time in the relationship between the adults to know each other and know each other's kind of buttons and triggers and why they do things the way they do. And I would assume that in with divorced parents, I'm I'm not sure. I'm just assuming that there's probably an element of guilt in there, and that would probably get in the way of Discipline Sometimes. Do you see that? Yes, You're absolutely right. Absolutely. That's a great point that because they already feel like a failure, Having gone through a divorce, they feel this huge disappointment for the kids. They tend to want to spoil them. They don't want to discipline him. They let them get away. And when you can't sit down and communicate and talk that through and again, it does usually take a professional person I've seen the opposite happened where then? He was yelling at the kids that they don't support Mom and she supported the kids yelling at her. Oh, right, and she's like you can't talk to them like that. And so now, suddenly you had the kids and mom aligning against Dad. Yeah, He's a newcomer in the situation. He thinks What is happening is he's been hit by trains. Yes, definitely. It's so complicated, even just in a you know, traditional family those relationships between Mom and dad and mom and kid. Is and dad and kids and it's so there's so much in there and to to try to create a new blended family to me. It sounds like if you take yellow and blue and you try to combine those two and you come up, you have to come up with a new flight plan, a new family system and a new identity as a family. That's green, right? That's right, My right. That's exactly why yes, it is your visual and I like that, you know, I just sure these things in my head the yellow family Blue family became green one. That's right, and they have a little different mantra in a different psychology to them, because they are not the same as they used to be there, not and those Children are now in a different system. So to get everybody to buy into it. What would you suggest they do? A pre pre joining? Okay? Pre joining. They have absolutely They really should sit down with the professional because they're going to have issues. I mean, you've had issues in your previous marriage. And if you're not talking about him, that's even worse. So when I see couples in this kind of a situation, I'll say What is your biggest fear? Boom? At least two or three things come out right away. And usually the other party is shocked. What You know you're worried about me. You think I'm angry? Well, you smoked pot a lot, and you do this. You do that. Oh, now we're on a pot, you know, and suddenly you know, but these air issues suddenly she starts talking about. Well, I'm really afraid that if you keep doing that, you're not going to help me with the kids. You're not gonna be available and I'll need your help moving into this new situation. So it's really finding a safe environment. Where you can actually explore Thies fears and learn how to communicate and explore your expectations on your needing a professional to help you with that, so the other party doesn't overreact and squelch you and, you know, destroy the that situation. It's also important to get that help to look at your expectations. When someone talks about that, that they're expecting this individual to help out here and here and here, Maybe they're saying well. No, I'm not ready to just just discipline your kids. I don't want to discipline your kids. I'm trying to handle my own. So it's look, it's really ahead of time going to a professional communicating or to your fears your expectations and what it's going to be some of the issues you'll be facing. Yeah, it would seem that it would be helpful for a person to examine themselves before they even get into the next relationship and to understand what could have Went wrong And what are the pitfalls they need to avoid in this next relationship, right? That's right, The more you understand yourself. That's why hence the name of the show. Understanding your world. Understanding yourself. The more you understand yourself, the better you can function better. You can be in a relationship. That's right. That's right. Yeah. And so, because what happens is if you haven't figured it out. If you haven't really honestly looked at yourself, the same thing will repeat itself. So suddenly, let's say a guy who has been very hard nosed, very dogmatic, very black and white. This is the way it's my way or the highway. Well, you know your kids. Not only will you frustrate your kids, but let's say in his first marriage, that's how he approached everything. So he lacked empathy. He lacked the ability to be patient or listening and Whatever Whatever happened over time, there was a divorce. Well, he brings that same personality into a new relationship, and suddenly he's bossing her kids around. And he and then when she tries just to jump in and say, Wait, wait, Wait, wait, wait. That is not how I've ever done things. And he starts treating her the same way he treated his first wife. I don't care this is you know my house. This is what's gonna happen, and especially if she's moved into his home, you know, it adds that false sense that it's his home. That's not true. It's her home now. Also, But that dogmatism is carried on into the next relationship, and it's very harmful. What did she see in him in the beginning anyway? I would say run run from that relationship, But maybe what she saw was someone who was strong and who could help her with her kids. Maybe she saw someone she could depend upon. You know that he was very dependable. There were some good qualities about him. But this this dogmatism really pushes people away. And what about favoritism? Do you see that A lot were blended families get together and 11? You know, maybe her Children are the favorite Children, and she doesn't really give a lot of attention to his Children. Um, you know that that could probably get into the equation to write. It does. Yeah, That's a very good observation. Yeah, it can absolute happened when you could only imagine there's so many dynamics that go on so many. It's mind boggling, and that's why you've got to think this through before you enter into a new relationship. And before you create a blended family, especially if there's Children that it makes it not just your well being, but there's so Absolutely. And so one of the things in a blended family, Let's say you've jumped into it and you are moving full steam ahead and there's complications. What I would say in terms of the communication..

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"blue family" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"blue family" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Right now, with our not only our author spotlight, but having had a chance to speak with her. I'm gonna call it our impact spotlight as well. So this is sort of like a combo segment here that has really started off as an author but then spotlight, But then it's morphed into something more than that, After I had a chance to chat with our next speaker, Stacy McGovern is not only an author of the nearly release book But she's the speaker. She's also CEO and founder of Point Blank Safety Services and Blue Family Fund. His was amazing she went from an outside sales person to running a multi million dollar company literally overnight. So she's with us today to share her new book. Turn your Passion into a Million dollar business. I did as one of the rest of her wonderful story, Stacy, Welcome to the show. Hey, thanks for having me. I'm so excited to be here. Well, I'm looking forward to having you share your story. He before we do that. Why don't you tell our listeners a little bit about yourself? Yeah, I'm born and raised Texas girl on buried the love of my life About 15 years ago. A police officer on at that time, you know, I knew nothing about the police wife life, so that sort of sort of bring brings the story and into it, But, yeah, I'm born to a family of entrepreneurs. My mom who I called the original bad ass if you will. She, Um uh, opened a retail store when I was five months old. And grew that into five locations and we're in it ran it for 44 years. So a definitely learned the work ethic and the energized from her. So that's that's kind of who I am and always, you know, worked in commission sales outside sales most of my career, but I always knew deep down. I wanted to do my own thing. I wanted to run my own business. I got really tired of making everyone else. Richer. If you will is something to be said about role modeling, and I've learned me being an aunt. Preneurs. And that was 13 years old. Although I didn't have anyone in my home life that I could role model entrepreneurship. My father worked three jobs and he was always working for someone else. I didn't have anybody. That I could see that who was an entrepreneur or business owner like you did with your mom. But I can tell you one thing. There's something to be said about role modeling parents who are entrepreneurs. And you seeing your mom open up the business. Of success expanded to different locations for you was almost natural to go out there and create a living having and what income experience and income generation experience on commission. It didn't bother you because you saw that as you grew up with your mom and the success that she has, so there's a whole lot to be said about role modeling. Um, if you are in entrepreneurial parent at home, your kids are watching you trust me on that. But what inspired you to write this book? Well, I haven't The unique story, Aziz you sort of alluded to earlier as as a police life. I learned very quickly what a lot of people don't know about that The police wife lives as and that is that police officers, at least in Texas don't make a lot of money. They truly do it because they love to serve the people. And so they rely on corporate jobs off duty jobs as we call them for security and traffic control, to really make ends meet to really bring in that extra income they need for you know, the unexpected. Fences or the braces or the family vacation or or any of those things that they can't afford on their regular police salary. So you know, as as other police wives, my husband worked off duty. Um, but it was It was really random. And I never knew when he was going to get an off duty job And then more than that. I never knew what he was gonna get paid that off duty job, So it was really hard for me to budget as what I call the CEO of my family. And so I just I just kept saying, you know this Gotta be a better way. There's gotta be a way or these officers that needs this off duty work can go toe a marketplace and get as much or as little as they want. And so this became my next big idea. And I said, You know, I'm gonna I'm gonna reinvent this. I'm gonna make it where there's a marketplace for police officers, at least in Texas, where they can go get As much or as little off city workers they want and they'll be paid via direct deposit. They'll know in advance when they're working. J can't tell you how many nights my husband get home from a 12 hour shift and pop a beer and sit on the couch, and then they would call on him for off duty. And it's like getting it If we'd only known you know that that they were gonna need someone you know, we could've pre planned or or he could have been ready to do that. So we would miss out on that money because we didn't know in advance. So I said, you know, let's create a away for these guys to know. Up to 30 days in advance when they're gonna work and have a schedule out and have, um you know all the things in place where they can pick and choose as much or as little either security or traffic safety work that they want. And so I literally worked two years. This was my my idea. It was my side hustle of this my everything for two years trying to get traction on this idea, because I just I just believed in it, And I just knew if I could just get to the right people and convince them, you know. Hey. We could be your point of contact for all your police officers that you need for all your site, Security and.

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National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

Podcast Gumbo

03:30 min | 1 year ago

National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

"Hi Paul this is Andrew in today is National Day. Now my first thought this day is in honor of Pucks Itani Phil, but then are moles and ground hogs, the same underground inhabitant. Or could it be honoring one of the greatest land air battles of all time went to bias the mole attack tiny town in Rocketeer George Michael saved the day on arrested development. Now. I know Netflix puts it Tada on everything but did they also put their stamp on National Day? I look forward to you sending me straight Paul. I Fan true according to the Internet malls in groundhogs are often lumped together in discussions regarding wildlife problems that result in turn up damaged landscaping. This is because they both utilized tunnel systems and caused damage to plants, roots, and beautiful lawns but that is where the similarity ends, but I severely digress. Today. October twenty third is national. Mall Day which has nothing to do with furry creatures. Today's all about chemistry specifically avocados number, which is the number of particles in one mole of substance the numbers approximately six point zero, two times ten to the twenty third. Get it ten, twenty, three. If you WANNA learn how to celebrate this day. Look no further than the lab out loud podcast were in one episode they discuss mold day and how they have celebrated it. You could also research Amadeo Gaudreau and put out a social media post using the National Mall. Day, Hashtag. My guest today is Andrew. Geary. Andrew is the host of the seismic sound all podcast now prepare yourself for a second seismic sound off episodes our in depth conversations in applied geophysics intimidated yet. Luckily, for you, I asked Andrew. Where someone like me who try to cheat his way through high school science classes could start. He wrote back the following and I quote our episodes tend to range from various associations, specific highlighting our annual conference to broad scientific subjects, addressing racism and geosciences. But the best place generally to start is our episodes focused on humanitarian projects we manage here is one looking at building a canal Peru that's a good start. Unquote. For Third Recommendation Andrew Sticks with science and recommends an episode from the Your Day podcast called what whales on nine eleven. While many of us reeling from the terrorist attacks in the United States something very unique was happening underwater. For today's extra all's I'll let you decide if you would prefer watching Netflix's with Andrew or May. We, have had A. Exchange about the German show dark. I loved it but punted few episodes into season three because it was just too confusing. Andrew has tried to me to keep going but remember his brain works a lot better than mine. But one thing should be said, it seems we both are big fans of the blue family. Come back on October thirtieth for maybe one of the most divisive pieces of candy ever.

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"blue family" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"blue family" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"blue family" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"blue family" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Line they don't want to help they don't give a truthful about it when I go to meet with some of my old blue family they don't know why C. N. N. M. S. N. B. C. and then again a bunch of lies when you try to tell the metro they can't believe it because they believe it to apply Jesse Lee Peterson were about a minute remaining in in Los Angeles I have the big question which is this in the last election the president got eight percent of the vote I have read on some black conservatives telling me he's going to get thirty percent of the vote if that happens you'll be reelected by acclamation do you have a sense that African Americans are now beginning to understand what the Democratic Party is done to them and not for them and if there's massive institutional racism in America today that African American liberal and white liberals in the big cities are in charge of it what is your prediction for the black support for trump but come November third I can't give you that number but I can't hear you it's got it has gone up and is going up are you more more black people stand at first data both for the president but this time they will because they see the injustice coming from the Democratic Party and the liberal media upon as president they see how he brought jobs back they see how he tried to work with blacks and all people but deliver media has refused to work with him they see they saw this whole Russia crap DO that deliver me an idea and and the democratic party so I think it's going up and I feel self assured that the president will give full more years is going to be amazing because there are support guard up and up for him in the black community and the Hispanic community as well a lot of messages the Jeremiah church services my organization and they are now supporting president trump so it's been amazing Jesse Lee Peterson Los Angeles how to the American people got a hold of you they could go to rebuild and the man dot com rebuild and that man dot com or call eight hundred four one one bond eight hundred four one one.

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"blue family" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Division is to continue to grow. Continue to help. Mar Warner officers. Do what they need to do. You know somebody had asked me once about selling or or in folks ever going to get out of the business and I love it too much. I we really love what we do. We get up every morning excited. You know it's. It's a new day every day and hike to expand our offering sweet kid to use more police at someone mentioned to me too about firemen and paramedics. You know they have the downtown too and they need extra work. So I'm open to all kinds of new ideas and ways to expand. Think once you get success you just wanted to keep going and you just WanNa keep growing in. It's very exciting. It's also exciting when you can make money and help people at the same time. It's just a win win. As far as blue family find We Wanna. We had our first fundraiser. We've ever done back in January and we're just tried to make that in annual saying we raised eleven thousand dollars at that event and it was our first big event put on so we learned a lot and so we're hoping you know just every year to get better at that understand how that all works and you know we're all new new to the nonprofit arena that but we're throwing their hats in and given it all got see one of the things with any public contracts is you know it's a catch twenty two situation right. You need to make sure that you have the financial backing as well as the personnel on board before you take a project where you need project before you can bring the Bushnell onboard. So how did you manage that? It's funny that you you mentioned that because when I do speaking engagements I always talk about that. You know I was out there with a business card and the name of the company trying to get these contracts and it is a slippery slope. You can't really get a contract until you have a staff officers. Can't really get a staff boxers until you have a contract so it's kind of what comes first the chicken or the egg timothy but luckily When we did get I woke up that day in twenty fourteen. Sound a one point. Five million dollars contract a bundler. We were able to reach out. You know it's kind of a perfect match because my husband being a police officer he had the police contacts in meeting and sales for twenty years I had the corporate contacts so he was able to put the word out and people you know just spread like wildfire and everybody wanted to come on board so it ended up now but yeah it was definitely a a risky risky. Move on my part of the will because you know it was always that chance that we weren't going to have the manpower that was needed for that huge contract right and when you actually had your store. How long long did you have it? Four and a half years no you. You mentioned how did not succeed with that. So what was the journey like? Can you talk through that journey and every year when you were you still had the store you had to somehow make it work? What were some of the emotions that you went through and eventually when you folded it. How did that happen in? What was the lessons learned? Yeah Well I mean I was young and so you know had had probably too big of an ego at the time. And you know didn't didn't really drill down to a niche. Gets if you will. I thought you know laundry store should have everything laundry you know. Well that's not realistic especially not in a little town like abilene so overspent over inventoried and it was hard to admit that I I knew where I had made mistakes but of course you know. Nobody wants to admit that it's their fault right. Everyone wants to say well. It's gotTa be you know. I'm not getting enough traffic or not doing marketing or something other than all the money on one brand of of Sleepwear that didn't sell or whatever the case may be so it was a struggle and you have a good day then you have a bad day. You're good day isn't a bad day as far as retail guy was among mom. Used to always say it's feast or famine in the in the retail industry in true. You're either so busy or you don't see that one customer for two days or something you know. It's it's just crazy how that works but so it was a really a mental mental game for myself trying to figure out what to do where to spend the money and not wanna eat. My parents are experts at does but my ego did want me to have to go to them ago. You know. Hey guys I think I might be screwing up. What would you know? How do I fix it? I'm just always thought I was going to be just as successful as they were in. When that didn't happen it took me a while to really come back from that honestly because I felt like such a failure my family. I don't think I mentioned this earlier. But my grandparents retail stores Uncle retail stores. It was just ingrained in me that that's what that's what our family did. It's not be successful at it. Yeah it was it was. It was tough definitely but being at Never give up kind of person. You know I you know. Just try to stay positive and tried to focus on what? What's my next big thing? What can I do now? You know so what you you sure. Don't Gosh I was twenty three when I started. You know I think it was twenty seven or twenty eight okay so when you started your other company point blank safety services were there any questions or any doubts in your mind as you said off on that journey of course tons. Well the ironic thing or not funny thing is that I went to my parents who were at the time in their seventies and I said you know. Here's my idea. I think I could make a marketplace off-duty worked for the police officers and really make a difference. You know that they're supportive and they've always been supportive but I think they both looked at me and said why like guts isn't. That's not a thing like nobody. Does that like their idea of a business is a brick and mortar and you sell a product or service. So you know that that's tough to hear you know your parents go. Are you crazy like do a you know when you're taking all this time away from our grandkids to to try to get this thing going and you're trying to run a family in and all that so that was tough in the my husband? Who is very supportive of me? Tell him the idea that he got it but he just didn't think as big as I did so he he thought okay she's GonNa you know former company in the we're going to get one little security Gig here or there you know. Make a couple extra bucks and I'll be fine but I was thinking million dollar contracts and hundreds of officers so you know sometimes when when you think big there is power in that but you just have to not listen to the negative. Just push through and especially if you believe in your idea if you if you're solving a problem in the industry in you know you're solving a problem you know it may take two years like meet like minded but in the big picture of life. Two years is nothing right amazed round back on it. You know like two years. That wasn't that much but when I was going through it man. It felt like a long long. So what's your vision for point blank as as well as family fund just to continue helping people continue doing what we're doing we've made some really great connections in the in the construction industry and so now we we have a real loyal clientele that continues to call on us as they get new projects in new things. Come about so I just WANNA continue. Continued doing what we're doing. Hopefully I'm hoping with Blue Family Fund. You know every single dollar that you give goes to help a family. We don't take salaries me pay all the expenses ourselves so just hoping to spread the word get more exposure for family fun so maybe we can get some recurring revenue coming in that. You know when when something tragic does happen you know. We have the funds to help immediately. We can kind of be proactive versus reactive to those things. Absolutely you're on a very noble mission there and it's pretty amazing to see what you're doing for the community in for For the people that keep us safe. Absolutely thank you. I appreciate that. There are a lot of these guys in especially in the smaller towns. They they just don't make hardly anything and they really are doing it because love it you know. They really can't see themselves doing anything else. I just Meyer. That admire anyone. Who can be that that dedicated to to serving others for sure? And that includes you know our servicemen. And all first responders we should continue to grow and grow beyond the state of Texas into other states as well with what you're trying to help play at. That'd be great. We're we're open to anything for Sir Awesome. So where can people find you? If they're looking to find more information about point blank are they WANNA do. Somehow you know interact with you on the Blue Family.

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"blue family" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Who have today with US IS STACEY MCGOVERN? Who's been an entrepreneur to her life? She's done different things and off. Flayed runs point Blanc Safety Services. We'll find out what that is all about but I do know that she works with ex ex cops in that particular organization also runs Blue Family Fund. Which is a nonprofit. And we'll hear all about that from her as well. Welcome Stacy. Thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here. So why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself and we can go from there. Okay Yeah I was born in Abilene. Texas born and raced. You don't know Texas Abilene is tiny little town. Every tiny in perspective to a metroplex I guess but am I. My parents were entrepreneurs. They actually ran five retail clothing stores for forty four years so I grew up always knowing that wanted to own mile business. Wanted to be in business for myself and I always thought that that would be retailed following in their footsteps never really even considered leaving the little town of Abilene which I like to say there would be no abilene if it wasn't for an air force base that's there an and a college. There's no industry or anything like that but Yes grew up there and learned a lot about a small town living in how it matters. You know sometimes you know not what you know. Kind of kind of lie and eventually Ended up meeting my husband. Who's a police officer remarried in Have spent the last twenty years in the METROPLEX DFW typically Fort Worth so tells a little bit about the retail stores and pretty curious How did that go? Were you happy with touting surrender? Our lessons learned from there. I learned I learned so much. I always thought that's what I wanted to do. Because my mom didn't she was very successful at it. You Know I. I called her. The original bad ass As she ran the source for forty four years leaving every day before six am I mean four seven. Am coming home every night after seven PM. But yet I don't ever remember having a takeout you know. She cooked a hot meal every single night. So that would be the example. That was set. Firming I did work on mom stores for years Right out of college but it just wasn't ever my passion you know. I was not comfortable sitting back waiting for customers. To come to me. I really Had the inner drive and things to Kinda WanNa make things happen. Always kind of been mover Shaker. If you will but being being that I was my mom's child when a lingerie came for sale in Abilene Texas. I immediately thought what I'm supposed to do so I went and got an SPA loan and bought the lingerie store and ironically is about the same time that Victoria secret launched in every shopping mall across American so they could sell it for what I can buy it for. There is no competing with climate. Like that of soup. Needless to say that Up You know in you know some people call it a failure. I don't because I think I learned a lot and I also think success has a lot to do with timing alive when I think when I was young. I think it was twenty three when I bought that store. You know I expected success. I thought it was just going to happen. And I don't think I appreciated what it takes to get there so you know. Sometimes in life everything happens. It says you. So what are the services that you provide under point blank? No and how long has the company been around? Well Kim the two thousand twelve. I my husband police officer as I said as a police life you know. We relied a lot on off duty work just to make ends meet or to plan for vacation order by braces or or whatever. The case may be because a lot of police officers at least in Texas. Don't make a lot of money so my husband would get off duty work here and there but it was really random and we never really knew when it was coming in so there was never budgeting planning. I came up with this idea a marketplace if you will for off duty work for police officers so they can actually schedule to thirty days in advance. How many off duty as they wanNA work you know. So they're planning for a big event they can add more days or if they don't WANNA work off duty for a while they can subtract days and it really allows police officers to budget plan and lead a normal quote unquote police life. If you will so we start at the idea and I started the business in two thousand twelve and works for two years really liked for people to understand. I WORKED FOR TWO YEARS WHILE. We're fulltime job in raising two kids in being of least five trying to get this. This idea started so You know a lot of people look at this accessible. Have now on. Thank you know it was handed to me. That is just absolutely not the case. I worked every spare minute trying to get this gallon and in twenty fourteen We landed our first one point. Five million dollar contracts and the company is just exploded from there so what we offer is active duty. Police officers for security site security or traffic control in Texas textile requires that police officers the on side for the highway. Construction work so they may be blocking a lane or closing Alang insist. The construction workers can do their job and So we have a lot of those contracts and then we also have a lot of construction site security contracts because those construction items are very expensive in clients like to keep those protected. Obviously so is it fair to say that you're also acting as a platform on one side. You're bringing in these contracts on the other side you're actually bringing in the personnel. The cops off duty hours and allowing them to schedule and manage their own own. Lives exactly exactly such really a win win for the client because they they have one point of contact for hiring scheduling police officers in the you know we do all ten ninety nine we do all that the payroll and all that for these officers so we kind of alleviates a whole position for the client they can you know free someone to do something more revenue generating and then it also helps out the officers that work for us so at this point we have about two hundred officers at work for us all over the state of Texas in. You know it's really motivating when you know there's two hundred families you know relying on you for consistent work so that helps me really get the walking and make sure that we have those contracts in place to those guys can get the work that they need. That's pretty awesome. So are you focused on Texas at this point? Are you looking at the growing nationally as well? What we're still Texas is so huge. We're there's still some markets in Texas. We haven't broke into yet. We would like to break into. Houston you know. We're not there yet. So I mean I think we should conquer Texas first and then maybe we can look at some other options but yeah we just continue to to grow in kind of a joke here in Texas that. There's two two seasons here. You know winner and highly construction. So there's definitely a the need or the officers on these. Construction projects are always building in adding lanes and changing bridges. And all that kind of stuff so yeah and just recently. We added to our portfolio. We now offer. Active shooter response trainings to some of our corporate clients. It's sad that that's a need nowadays. Pat It really. Is You really need to know how to respond in what to do in the event something like that does happen? The spreading within the police communities are a lot of word of mouth. Absolutely what police you know. There are very Almost like family if you will simply line family and so yeah absolutely people that work for us tell other other guys and we pay a referral stipend if they bring somebody on board. You know that. They've they've worked with her for a recommend and yeah it's just Just kind of grown from there but we actually have officers that we've been doing this seven years. We actually have officers. That are still with us today. That were with us at day. One so it just gives us show you if you make sure you have the work avail next year you pay people you know in expedient manner you know we pay via direct deposit we offer some some benefits like group discounts on on different things so if you take care of people really treat him right they stick with you are very loyal So you know when you hire professionals you have to treat them like professionals s absolutely. And what is the Blue Family Fun? So yes in twenty seventeen a my husband and I looked at each other in rousseff. You know what this company has blessed so much you know. We are so successful. What can we do to pay it forward if you will or pay back in we just decided to? We looked around at some some different charities and organizations to give to and we just real disappointed in the breakdown of of where the money goes when you give and not to say. There's not some great ones out there because there are but just the ones that we looked into. Just you know we work hard for our money just like everyone else so we just wanted to know where our money was going. And so we just said you know what? Why don't we just found our own? And so we're totally saw funded. We started It's a five one. C Three nonprofit and we provide scholarships for dependence of first responders that want to further their education and we also provide financial aid to either fallen or injured. The families of fallen are injured officers to help them get through that that tragic situation. So we're founded the twenty seventeen and today we've helped seven families. And we've given out three scholarships it's pretty awesome. And how a two thousand seventeen you said right. That's all right. So what is the general feedback from from the police community dumps of the work that you're doing they love it absolutely love it that they can we we actually my husband's name the king of the scheduling that he sends out in the mail ability? Scheduled thirty days in advance the Plug in what they WANNA work. You actually pick and choose exactly how many days you want or don't want you send back to us. And then we matched those as up with jobs that are available so you actually know up to thirty days in advance. Exactly when you're working you know you'll be paid and that's pretty pretty key for these guys. They really need that. What's your vision for for Your Company as well.

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"blue family" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For the van Wageningen Max gave you the number three seed that on we don't have one taking action on this here we're just going out there and see and see what we got all right I want everybody's opinion on this how many times I said all these lines in the break here so he got a dispute you let me know how many times will Brody say Louise you know he loves to see like the Land Rover and under what I well I well I'm just I'm just explaining so you know like with the first press Congress Carlos Carlos Carlos to really go back to Louise Louise I set the over under at six and a half how many times will Brody say Louise six and a half moon your own way over nearly over everyone's over all right I like the over as well alright everybody taking anybody taking the under eighteen eighteen times yeah my you know let's see is listening right now because he might be listening right now I'm talking just in the portion where he introduces him where he reads like a book foul and all righty so you want me to send the line higher than what the line higher like ten ten and a half I mean I think fourteen meetings eighteen what do you think now that like eleven right to set the line at ten nine and a half the lines and I about I I just thought of another one okay well let's set this line all right so you want nine and a half yeah nine and a half over under nine going under okay over under nine F. what you're what are the one that you thought of how many times as the mention is it fully PLO yeah fully pay invoices semi right so how how many times as he mentioned the name Lou Lou family the ILO family the allude to the loop base I think yeah I think you have to set that a dead one and a half that's where the you have said that one how many a Lou references sets over how many blue this is just this is not the one on ones this is Justin a portion where is up to how many Lou references I'm gonna say one and a half over over all right all right here we go how many times will Brody say collaboration over under two and a half is a collaboration or collaborative yeah I don't think it has the the genesis of coal labarum collaborative collaboration quite you know they're all the same thing so that's two and a half he's got to get to three for it to hit I'm gonna take the under on that okay all these collaborate in his **** off that all right I'm going over Jerry over and over okay I'm gonna say under the all right this is this is one of my favorites here will Louise roe Haas thanks all cats now the reason why I like this is because what is well into the future they always go and have been Fred and then they go and soul cash so will he remember to thanks all can now all right so I've got no plus one twenty I got yes minus one fifty now the reason I said yes mais one fifties he's been the organization for awhile so he knows all cats so I'm so you're saying no old sign the money all right like I'm saying my nose all cats is it and I'm not trying to be disrespectful but to solve how are you there he will thanks all cats that's a lock thanks Steve callers who should thank the signs thanking the steak and saw cats a guarantee anybody want I want with me on that I'm not a lie that makes me wonder is Steve Coll I'm going to be at this press guy and will he be mentioned that should be another right okay well Steve calling the mansion I'm gonna say no on that no I'm not where I think he's going to be nervous in this press conference he gonna totally forgets all fats movie written down the thing but the thing is he got Jeff Fred and soul sit next to each other so then when all they you know they are in Adam and then also in Seoul Catholic Carlos yeah I like Ike who who's that couldn't know but he's been in the organising Carlos did thanks all cats and when he wasn't there because it's a number of years Louise roe Haas thank Carlos Beltran forgetting to help out hell no I'm No Way was Beltran's name even be mentioned it's that's that'll be the last one the because I'm adding to this list it's crazy all right so we'll Steve calling be mentioned I'll say I I think no way I'll say yes plus five hundred no minus eight fifty there's no way that they're bringing him up right now specially the impending sale there's no way will Carlos be mention Carlos Beltran be mention yes ma'am yeah I think so they got Brody says of Mike and I was too though I didn't work out what he will say something like that an unfortunate situation with Carlos when I when I think Louise he will mention him also all rights all say yes minus three fifty no are plus two eighty all right there we go all right so I got a couple more that I wrote down a break will Brody say the Mets are the best at something like he always does where the deepest rotation in baseball we have the best rotation in baseball like something like that we are the best at something I say now I yes is minus two hundred no was plus one fifty I'm gonna say no at this moment I I almost feel like this press conference has to be kind of like some low key little somber is got to be in our angle of that never like that with you know it is Louise Ross's days so it's about Louise roe Haas is not why Louise Louise Ross is here Brody in his mind are who went through some dark times now we got to sell the positivity I think there's a chance he goes over the top weeks has inherited the best rotation daisy I want to go yes like they're the best at hiring to manage what I all right next one is in India's because every suggestion will Brody botch a metaphor how do these all the time this act yeah so I've got I've got no this time because I think he's learned his lesson on this I'm gonna know was the favorite on that but you guys all think yes all right on the last one moral Harold the Mets PR man say y'all you know why we're gonna go back I'm gonna say no because we're talking about the scripted part yeah he's not gonna seizing a screw up something that scripted yeah I was I've got he hi there I head down wrong you never know yeah the chickens are leaving the building knoll minus two fifty and plus yes plus three hundred on will pretty much a metaphor no I I guess I'm with Jerry now that they're saying now yeah I know was well the the steer have left the barn will Harold at the Mets PR man say y'all so I got yes minus five hundred no plus three fifty no it's funny you say y'all because there is a minor league baseball team that is affiliated with the Reds yeah in Florence Kentucky and Florence Kentucky is about ten miles south of Cincinnati and there's a mall there yeah and they have a big water tower in the parking lot of that mall and expose it was both to say Florence mall right by the water tower is a public utility the you're not allowed to advertise on it okay so they said Florence y'all and now the new minor league baseball team there changed their name to the Florence y'all's while CBS sports radio yeah this is that around RD can't live in a bubble around her you schedule expand Jr is that a is it was that and then some sportsmen and now it's not not sports now I'd so I that's where I used to live okay I lived there when I play for Cincinnati about five miles north in between Cincinnati and Florence a listener supported y'all's room will be listening closely I hope you do we listen and see that as a sportsman and you're lying to me well it's it's it's a thing that when you drive past that it's like it's the waters are so big and it's so obvious yeah that's why that's why it's a big thing for those of us who live there yeah yes right keep forgetting lead the Kentucky yes cool logo the y'all's with the star above that of the why yeah very good so maybe if he can go work for them maybe he could Arild that things don't work out right all right what he got there Gerry an update we are brought to you by the rate gets you know auto group schedule appointment today to rake it in a service center first class service at affordable prices eleven AM we've got the Eli manning's retirement press conference on the fan three PM Louise Ross's press conference as he gets introduced as the new met manager freed you wide receiver Antonio brown to turn himself in to authorities last night in Florida for the arrest warrant and said the charges of felony burglary with battery burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and a criminal mischief I believe there's a bail hearing set at eight thirty this morning the Vikings named Gary Kubiak their new offensive coordinator and the giants hire more Columbo as their new offense of line coach he was that in Dallas Niners and chiefs Super Bowl fifty four next Sunday here's Jimmy garage below as to be is reach out to Mister Superbowl himself Tom Brady I might it's not a bad idea I mean it's just it the more information that you can get about it and having been through it it's a little different as a star them back up so any information I can get would be great if not maybe they weren't tight you know I'm sure they're taxing back and forth they have to be I have to be I mean I'm Tom Brady's not strike me as a guy who would really hold a grudge against give me now he's not there any longer I got rid of Jimmy that's all yeah I mean I see what you a better price is good for Jimmy Walker yeah I know it did worked out great for both of them by us I mean he has to me what a tremendous resource I mean I know it's not gonna make him play better but at least prepare for the week and a guy was been there more than anybody knew without a doubt he has gone through the whole as an actor but he's seen it though not as the guy no but I mean he's been there when they do it at first snap and all of a sudden you know your palms a little sweeter than normal thanks a good guy to talk to here's Patrick my homes on the other side how are you preparing for the moment for me it's just about like like was a talking to country talking the suds all these guys and in these games get a feel for you to fill for had around the tunnel and wait around a little bit before you before you get going into the building and kind of containing your emotions and being able to get there and really just play football is now down to in terms of my home's remember if you go back to the AFC title game that tremendous twenty seven yard touchdown run in some runs that he did have so Mike Florio from pro football talk you had peaking on reading and Sir Kay yes okay because Florio online is taking a lot of heat for these comments are broken down into five parts talking about how you slow down more homes and he's a little apprehensive as he tries to get.

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"blue family" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Be is all you do saying don't be his savior don't be has a gun you know saying because I know what I see my own this time I was standing once that a town bank he's out of town and we have moved right please stay us a one on one of them because of the microphone laying down and they'll I mean we known of this and then I am and I went back and then flew to Canada and I'm standing with us that way no no and in the big blue family who looked up and noticed that one of the things that you can use them and get them out of the game is the world will you stay after last bell Banky but you know saying I'm company really going to be around not only you know right that big man in the moon will think that hers and caught the card around in the Middle those and when it's almost fun in front of cameras that you would know gang so list is run slow a Honda nobody you know moves on like loco come about the back up by the bus stop in front of bonus that well you'll says that jump blues and I was looking at this game looking at this gets in the back room and lay live a little in a first added job bad like it did for real I'm looking at him when he's at bat we want league in the Arab world to go but now he's looking to date in the favor the glass and loan unlike obra really got to be kidding they operate is saying they looking for you use the plane.

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"blue family" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's the first full day of spring and stocks on a back and forth week. That's on worries about slowing economic growth and the fed yesterday predicting no interest rate hikes this entire year. The insurance institute for highway safety putting out its latest crash test results for pickup trucks, the early word is it's not good news. Starbucks coming out with new coffee cups that are one hundred percent recyclable and composed and lost productivity because of the March. Madness basketball tournament is expected to top six hundred billion dollars this year. All right. Thanks, Tom Busby. That's just how I like my morning coffee, combustible or Compostable. It's coming up on twenty five minutes after the hour. Now, Kevin car is here with the return of the TV show, arrested development. So Kevin overstating it by calling arrested development. You know, something of a cult favourite. Good morning, Michael. Yes. I think that's an accurate way of saying it. I mean, arrested development has been a sort of a cult classic ever since it started back in two thousand three on broadcast television, and recently, all not too terribly recently actually back in two thousand fifteen they brought it back to net flix and got a fourth season back in two thousand thirteen which was too much accolades, and then they re edited that into a more traditional arrested development series and they dropped the first half of season five last year. And just recently they dropped the final half of season five. You can wrap up the fifth season of a show that you thought was only gonna get three back about fifteen years ago. The blue family is still struggling to stay legal and stay around, and you have more hijinks with them in your in your wrapping up some of the storylines that you had at the beginning part of this season with Lucille austerity disappearing of course, played by Liza Minnelli and seen what's going to happen with George Michael and his fake fake block privacy software. It does follow a more traditional arrested development through line more. Like what you had from the original three seasons rather than the sort of compartmentalized episodes that they had in the fourth season. But it's still very funny and the whole cast is back, although you don't see as much a portion of Rossi or LIZA Minelli in the second half of the season. All right. So how do you rate this not as good as the freshness of that first season fifteen years ago, but still? I think it's better than season four in how that kind of laid.

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"blue family" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on KTRH

"Between a pair of jeans. Chief us of eight. Oh, joe. Gamal d is our guest. He's head of the Houston. Police. We're thinking the firefighters last night who operating in addition to be firefighters. They're mostly paramedics. That's I tell people firefighters spent a lot more time being paramedics than they do. Firefighters nature of the business. That rushed the guys to to the hospital, you were very thankful for that. Yeah. H just did a phenomenal job as always, you know, they responded to the scene quickly. Got our guys loaded up and got him to the hospital immediately. And I wanna thank every single age. Fifty EMT paramedic firefighter that help down the scene, certainly thank every single officer from not just D, but other agencies that are helping shutdown freeways to get our officers quickly. Then of course, the medical staff. I mean, if anybody doesn't believe we have a world class medical center here in Houston. They just did a phenomenal job, the doctors, nurses. I mean, I really want to thank everybody any person that had a role in helping these officers. Thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts from fifty two hundred brave men and women of the Houston police department. Thank you. So I guess that. Ten o'clock this morning. We'll get an update there's another press conference. So in an hour and ten minutes were expected to get another update. Hopefully, we'll get some medical news. I know the doctors were working through the night on on the officers on all of them. But the the two that are in critical but stable condition. Yeah. Our hoping for us more good news as I said earlier from from where we started where we were here in five officer shot to where we are. Now. It's nothing short of a miracle. And you know, we're just gonna keep praying. We're gonna keep those officers and their families in our thoughts and prayers, and we're just going to hope that we keep continue to get great news. And I also want to mention to please don't forget about officer daily who is recovering from a very serious car accident where he was hit by drunk driver in his vehicle caught on fire. Please don't forget about him. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers as well as he continues to doing he's doing. Well, we continue to get good news. Every time I speak to his family, which there are a phenomenal family, very, very strong, and that was Christmas Eve. Yes. That was Christmas Eve Christmas Eve morning, everything we keep hearing is good news. So you know, he's on the road to recovery. But let's make no mistake. He he's got a long road ahead. Wow. There were two officers. I guess the other has what we don't hear much about officer read. He did sustain burns and injuries when he was. Saving his partner's. I've and getting them out of that car. He's at home resting. He's expected to make a full recovery. And we're hopeful he'll be back on full duty, you know, in the near future. So you'll be at the union hall today. Officers will be coming by all day. I'm sure they're gonna want to talk about this commiserate be around other officers. Yeah. You know, a lot of people talk about the brotherhood sisterhood of police work and some people like to say, it's dead. I I can tell you nothing could be further from the truth, the brotherhood and sisterhood is alive. And well, and it's not just here with our HP officers. You know, of course, we are all going to rally around each other right now, we're gonna lean lean on each other. We're gonna pray with one another. But the outpouring of support from the law enforcement community. Earlier coast to coast calls text. What can we do? Do we need to come down there? How can we help? And it's incredible. Because we always talk about the blue family. We talk about the brother had insisted in moments like this it truly shows itself out. It's nothing short of incredible Ray hunt. Your predecessor used to tell the story when there was an unarmed shooting unarmed being in quotes that because the officer doesn't know the as an armed, right? We find that out later hindsight's twenty twenty he tells a story about a guy that was in a car, and he he said put your hands up, and he was outnumbered. I think there were three of them in the car. And this guy keeps putting his hand under the seat. The seat in front of him. He's in the back seat, which would be the obvious place to hide a gun. So he's certain the guy's pulling a gun. So finally he screams one time, and if the got him put his hands up, he's he's pulling the trigger. He has to this point. And I think the guy had a like a a double met rapper. Are you know, what what's the yellow what's the gum that comes juicy fruit juicy fruit a juicy fruit rap, and it's a shiny metallic object. It looks like a gun. And Ray said I started screaming at Scott, do you realize I almost killed you? And he said I was trying to explain to him in my anger. I don't wanna kill you understand that you almost made me because I had to save my life. And you see these situations. Do you think do you think the rhetoric hurts in that situation? Because if I don't respect the cop if I don't respect that officer. I'm not gonna follow his orders at that moment to save both of our lives. Yeah. So we actually go around to high schools in the area, and we really try to teach them. Comply with the officers commands, and we all go home safe. If the officer disrespected you if he mistreats you in any way, there's an avenue for you to do that you can file a complaint on the officer afterwards. But in that moment in that pivotal moment where literally your life is online, you need to listen to the police officer what they're telling you. And when you have this constant negative rhetoric about police officers don't trust them near the enemy. What are you teaching our younger generation you cheat? Some not the trust us not to respect us. So they're not gonna listen to the commands and that puts us in a very dangerous situation. Just using raise example of somebody reaching under the car, maybe they're reaching for their cell phone because that's the most important thing. Young folks nowadays, if we're telling you to do something do it out on that scene. If you feel like we mistreated you in any way, there is an avenue for you to do that comply on that scene and complain later but on that scene comply you go home safe. We go home safe. Their job MLD is the president. He used to police officers union there is of. Course. There there are political issues as to how how we fight crime how we respond to crime how we prevent crime. And I'll leave that out for moment right now because there are areas of disagreement that different people have there. There's the issue of illegal immigration, and how that affects all this drug trafficking in human trafficking, and and a number there's gang activity, but when you look at crime generally in this community, no matter how good a job you guys. Do if crime is up it's up. Right. You can only you can only respond to that. And to some extent prevented where do you sense? We are compared to the last five ten years. Well, you know, the statistics just came out on our crime rate from last year violent crime is down a bit, which is certainly a promising development. And I think it shows just how great of a job or doing. I mean, we are twelve hundred fifteen officer short. Our officers are running call to call. They're going to calls without backup even when policy mandates that they should. Have backup? We got the -tective carrying crippling case loads that that no single detective should have. There's cases that aren't even being investigated in the city because we don't have the personnel to do it. I mean, we are bare bones those aren't talking points as three we're covering six hundred and fifty square miles. We got fifty two hundred officers Chicago has two hundred and fifty square miles. I got about twelve thousand officers. I mean, we have the best cops in the world, and I'll put them up against anybody bar, none. But you can feel that we are being stretched too thin. And there is too many suspects that are just going through the revolving door of our criminal Justice system or arresting them over and over and over again. And there's not a day that goes by don't get an Email from one of my members saying this guy's got fifteen arrests. He just got picked up for something else. He's back out on the street. Again, we know who are crime drivers are we know who the gang members are. So when we do arrest them throw the book at them, we could see violent crime go down even further, but we need to be hard on our repeat. Fenders are gang members are violent criminals, and for whatever reason, it seems that the rhetoric out there and just the way this country's going is that we want to take it easy on these folks. Let's give them a second chance. Well, guess what? If they'd been arrested five to ten times they've had their second chance. All right. Let let's be real job them all d- president Houston. Police officers union. Thanks for speaking out and saying something that I think you've seen a lot of officers and their families in this community really wanted to hear.

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"blue family" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"blue family" Discussed on KTRH

"Back to Houston's morning news. It is a six fifteen now here in Houston's morning news. Just a horrible horrible event here in Houston. Yesterday involving. Two suspected drug dealers. They are they are dead this morning. We have four officers who were wounded one injured from the Houston. Police department's the press conference last night was amazing to watch. And maybe one of the more amazing things to watch was the president of the Houston. Police officers union job. All Joe, you said in about a minute and a half what we were all thinking last night. Yeah. You know, I was just verbalizing what every single one of our officers was feeling bad hospital. At that moment. I was burglarizing what the other eight hundred thousand police officers feel like they go out there. They do the job every single day protecting their communities, and where some of the best people in the world. What are some of the most caring people in the world? And we're sick and tired of getting targets put on her back. And we're sick and tired of being made to be the bad guys. It's ridiculous. You know, the mayor came out and said that we will not tolerate this in your viewpoint. What is it that we can do to not tolerate what should the mayor and the city and law enforcement be doing, you know, what I think everybody needs to do is the community leaders in the community law enforcement leaders across this country. We need to step up and we need to challenge. These viewpoints when people come out and start spreading harmful narratives and harmful rhetoric about police officers when you to call people on this and hold them accountable right now, we'll just have someone making officer out to be an enemy and no one sticks up for the officer. And it's just it's been going on for far too long. And now, we have a culture of folks that actually believe we're the bad guys in all we're trying to do is help the communities that we love so much. Joe it's pretty clear that one of the great enemies black tar heroin. No doubt coming across the border. How big of an issue is that becoming the city of Houston. Obviously the open borders. We have right now is a big issue for us. We have MS thirteen gang members that are coming across the border every day and. Where do they go in and get across the border? They had right for the big city. And of course, they bring drugs and violence with them. And you know, our officers were short handed out there on the streets every single day. We're doing the best job we can. But we need to stop the flow of these criminals coming across the border. You know, these officers wounded in the neck, we are told and in critical condition stable undergoing surgery, the I don't want to call them the suspects. They were drug dealers, and they opened fire. They ambushed you. When will we know who these people were they won't the undercover officers? Can't be identified. Yeah. You know, I'm sure they're gonna release be the suspect's information soon. But you know, I don't have any problem calling them dirtbags. Anybody opens fire on police officers to announce themselves when they're coming into the house like that on a warrant and they make no mistake. They tried to murder five police officers last night. I know that the Jolyon we've heard governor abbot talk about offering some assistance as relates to gang activity in the city of Houston. And there's been some resistance as whether or not. Assistant should be accepted at this point. Are we may be reconsidering whether or not the state should also step in and up? Well, listen, I'll be clear we need all the help. We can get. So whether it's the governor, whether it's the federal government, I don't care we need as much help as we can get or anywhere from twelve hundred and fifteen officer shortness city, and if anybody is offering to help, you know, we're willing to take it one of the things I was particularly moved by yesterday was watching all the police officers who came to the hospital to have a vigil watching the fire department working hand in hand with the police department. It's it's the kind of camaraderie. We don't always see. But we always see when something tragic happens. It was quite amazing to watch it. Yeah. Make no mistake when we have a big event like this. I can't say enough great things about our partners at eight fifty. You just did a fantastic job. I can't say enough great things about our officers whenever we have a moment. Like this. I take it really shows that we truly are one big blue family that comes together and rallies around our people to make sure we're there laminated, and I'd just like to ask the community to please, please keep our officers in your prayers. They are still critical but stable, but you know, it's a long road ahead and the community has already been so supportive of us. And I just want to keep that going. And it really shows why we live in the best city in the world. Joe? Thank you so much for join us this morning bless I know you'll short night. And then lastly, protect your time this morning, Joe Baldi, president of the Houston. Police officers union chief hard also due to join us, by the way here in the next few minutes on News Radio seven forty KTAR h right down six twenty time for traffic and.

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