17 Burst results for "Bob Kind"
"bob kind" Discussed on theblerdgurl
"Of us would record the actors all of you know every just about everything and i actually started directing the animation. Along with bob. There were two of us during the animation for the first probably six or seven sequences and then we started realizing. Oh my god. We don't have the third boycott at all yet So i had to kind of jump away from animation. And i think it actually probably streamlined. Process a little just having one of instead of two of us. So bob kind of took that over. And i went back into boarding. And conceiving a lot of the The third act stuff. Which which we had you know it was just very rough idea so started getting into kind of whacking away. That wild but we would all do everything else. So we've we kind of went where needed so. I'm curious she worked in the third act. Was it your idea. 'cause whenever i i felt like so much of the third actors like a cross between kirby and like sink kevin. You definitely had to bill. Cabbages version of kingpin. The huge body with a little head Was that your idea to do that or was that like did you. Did you board it like that. Or were they like with this No i wish. I wish i could claim credit for all of those ideas but but it was like a group mind a lot of that stuff and somebody would like i think the kirby The first we knew we wanted to do on comic books and everybody knew. Okay we got to this crazy cosmic stuff. We gotta have some jack kirby in fluids so you know whoever did the first boarding of anything set in in the in the when the universes are colliding. Somebody's started putting some kirby dot style stuff in the background. And that just became part of the language and things were kind of like ping pong and and You know i think The the original came to design. Excuse me when when we started throwing around ideas for that we were like. Can we get away with doing sink. Cabbage kingpin can we really do that. Was like yeah. Let's try it. Sure sure and i remember. Justin thompson really gone pushing. That like know if he's just a flat black mass in the the head can float you know basically on the body and i think i story boarded the kingpin has a.
"bob kind" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives
"Even if they're watching double speed which is probably what they do right. They can still determined like. Hey bob kind of knows what he's talking about. I want to pick up his book. Or hey i read his book and now i just heard on this podcast like she really invested in his training. Or bob's probably the guy that i need to talk to turn my facebook account around so it's my responsibility. I can write a book. And i could sit back and go. I did that. But if i'm gonna make an impact i gotta push i've got to get my word out so yeah part of it is yeah. It's a grind to do interviews. I enjoy talking are i. It's not like i'm like gritting my teeth. Doing i enjoy conversation. So part of that is yeah. I chose a method that works for me. But i'm doing lincoln prospecting pads. I'm doing some youtube stuff. So i'm taking responsibility for what's been given to me. And if i wanna share my information i have to run strategies. That will make sure that it gets seen. It's my responsibility. yeah. I think that's awesome. I you say is your responsibility to put it out there. I mean personally. Like i learned a lot from it like i get to have a conversation with you and i've said this times if no one listens to it selfishly speaking to learn from it my team listen to it. Yeah ultimately there will be other people that hear it and to me. That's fascinating i can bring this conversation to someone else and maybe they can take something from it. Maybe it's a client. Maybe it's a friend family member who knows but in those stories too and in those conversations you learn a lot you learn about other people and weighs two things i can discover. I never thought of it. That way. And i can go down that path a little bit and now i agree with you. There's so much that can come from those conversations and it's also like because i could go listen to someone appear on a podcast and this is in bad and they can talk about book. They can will summarize their book. And that's great right..
"bob kind" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Commercial roofing today, the fact that it is Liquid applied spray applied over the surface creates a seamless System off high insulation. Um, over that we would then spray apply the two coats of silicone, which gives it an ultraviolet barrier. And also, um, uh, waterproofing as well. The foam is also close. Ellen waterproofing. But in this case, what was what was a little bit out of the ordinary is is, Ron said the solar panels were permanently affixed to the deck of the roof, which meant that Every one of those Stan Shins was a penetration and a possible future source of water entry, which was eliminated with our spray application. Everything was flashed in seamlessly. Which made a beautiful perfect scenario for for a base a roof base for the solar project. Both both my engineers and the manufacturers engineers all work together on this project. It was probably one of the first projects like his son, So it really made a president's another thing that people need to understand what these rules the cost of the roofs. Developers don't like doing them. Two things just building went up to 147 degrees. I never believed Bob kind of laughing about this, he said. It's gonna cut their heating down by 60%. I told the cuffs and the cooling I told the consummate 30%. They went their building. Never in the summer used to get up 147 157 degrees because of the roof and now never gets over 80 degrees. In the manufacturing plant. They think they now have Someone else does the solar most of the work on both teams or subbed out? We're qualified to deal him. We don't know all the time. It's one company. We guarantee everything. You'll hear complaint after complaint in the industry that the roof er did this or solar guy did that And on top of that, right now, Right now, the industry with solar guys don't get into As we get into energy efficiency cost our company to they can't appreciate a 30 year normal. Normally, 30 years appreciate a room in one year just so huge. It's unbelievable. Every industry should know this. When you combine them all together with one company one guarantee one warranty, by the way, everything that I do is backed up by the manufacturers Bob's companies because we have to follow their strict Ways to apply and do it and testing and everything else. People ask what happens if I die then the manufacturer takes over on the on the warranty. There is no better system that you could Diogo and incorporate this for energy efficiency and renewable energy together. Working together. Yeah, And when you do that together, aside from the tax advantages, you know, you really are having your renewable energy, your solar energy and your other energy efficiencies. Paying for your roof project. Which means you know you're going to be making money that much faster when you take advantage of all of these programs run. That particular project We took out the gas heat. We installed electric heat. This customer just discuss summer has sold his building. It's about 12 or 15 years old now the project we did You got tons of extra money increased the value of his business. There is no electric bills or gas bills we had. It's over guys to state. Their multiple come from nowhere. No have no backgrounds and everything. We've.
"bob kind" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant
"Yeah, so in in the episode at the end of the episode the people that Spike were chasing are some of and and supposed girlfriend they ended up bed. Oh actually, let me rewind it. She kills him. Yeah, and then she gets killed by the police. Yep. Yes, and it's a hard cut right after so like spike. Is there chasing it down basically the space equivalent of a Mustang and yes and he's chasing it down. He sees like a blood splatter on the windshield and then goes up to see the month. I forget the name of the of the female that like the yeah, you know the female interest of asthma but she Whispers something like audio Space Cowboy. That's what she's Whispering adios Cowboy. Yes. Yeah. Yeah, and then she gets shot she's dead and then too hard cut to Jet cooking up some peppers like hard to cut right back to the beginning of the episode like nothing changed. Yep. Nothing that happened. I know that they parted I I I that I remember the very first time that I watched that first episode when she looks at Spike and say those words I got goosebumps on my arms. Yep. It's just yeah. Well cuz if any other show had said that it'd be so cheesy. Yes, like some of the dialogue you feel like yeah, that's not very unique if there's no way that that dialogue is great. But it's wonderful. I think the name of the of the female was Katrina. Okay, I think so. I think that's now now here's the thing. Here's my opinion of our copy Bob as an anime as a serious. I think that cowboy Bob kind of became like a mark Point like a landmark on what animate is it actually changing? The the anime scene forever. Yeah, because prior to that, you know, like I said before I just I would watch Japanese. It's just because I didn't feel anything when I was watching it in the English translation and it would be they would it was just so bad. I looked up who the factor was respite. It's Steve bunk, right? Oh, yeah. He was also the one he also the voice actor for Mugen for Samurai Samurai Champloo. Yes, another sneezing one. I did watch that one. Now. Now I know that that the voice were familiar. I know now why yeah, cuz of the same character you really are the same. I need to be watch both of these shows now God, you know the next ten hours. So, you know now we know the back story of Spike, you know, his you know, it was in rural, Georgia. And that's right. Yeah. Yeah, and and I'll give you a funny fact both Adam Azar 27.
"bob kind" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"And Bob Kind of like peanut butter and jelly. They go well, together. Uh, well, two cars coming together, Not a good thing and happened a while ago on Route one and still problems. Let's find out more with New Jersey. Fast traffic. No, Bob. It appears they were making a little bit of progress. Now on Route one through North Brunswick. Now, keep in mind. They've had the roadway shutdown Andy toward for about the past hour for a crash investigation just south of Route 1 30 but it looks like they're getting set to reopen the North bound lanes of Route one. Approaching Route 1 30 So good news there. It looks like the earlier delays using out South Route one still shut down, though for the crash investigation, So if you're heading south of Milltown Road, you can expect a detour on Route one in North Brunswick. Also, if you're heading north on the turnpike, we're hearing about an overturned vehicle in the truck lanes just after 88 but it looks like that's off to the shoulder sort of laser fairly light through South Brunswick. And if you're heading north on the parkway through Woodbridge, you've still got the left shoulder. Shut down right around Exit 1 31 That's a vehicle off the road way you might tap the brakes on to 95. South bound between exit 57 45 2 lane shut down for overnight construction. And you'll definitely hit the brakes on Route 17. South bound. That's some very heavy construction traffic coming out of the Ridgewood area Back in Paramus. Still good to go across the Hudson. I spot no construction of the W. B. Lincoln or Holland hand. Delaware crossings all look good to traffic every 15 minutes. Next reports of 11 03 From the Plymouth Rock Traffic desk. I'm Jeff from New Jersey one a one point I remember sports going to see baseball basketball with Gilbert each your favorite summer sports aren't off. It's just like they're on a really long rain delay because your favorite ballgame treats are on overeat, ballpark dogs, their own shakes and burgers from shake shack on fries, not chosen pretzels on on and on. Summer is.
"bob kind" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"L A You hadn't heard that one yet. Morgan. No, that is that's entirely too accurate. It is that's courtesy of James Verlander. Put that one together, especially for me, and it is it's all accurate. All right. There was this group called back the Blue Florida, a pro law enforcement group, and they wanted to put up a mural outside the Tampa Police Department headquarters. They were waiting on a permit to do so. It wasn't coming through. And so they decided the other night to just do it anyway. So they without the backing of the blue Right. That's a put orange cones up. They they directed traffic away from the area, and they did this mural, and it's just it's It's a horrible looking mural. They just if you look at it from above, it's hard to read or even if you're right in front. It's just it's hard to understand the message. That they were trying to get out. It was supposed to be back the blue but It looked like what? It looked like a ball, Bob Kind of. Yeah, yeah, pretty much couldn't repeat it. I wonder if the first person who saw it was like, What is this? I have no idea what this means. Get the color scheme you could tell. It's something pro law enforcement and it's right outside Police Department headquarters. But in terms of actually reading it and getting the message, just, you know, Mary, let's not the best work. Yeah, they needed to get somebody who was a little bit more of an artist. I kind of put that thing together, so I guess. Last night. Someone. The police are saying two subjects. Were caught on camera defacing the mural with tar and red paint. You had one person pour the tar over the mural, and then another person spray painted The F word and 12 and then b. L am standing, of course for black lives matter in red spray paint on a utility door, I guess on the north side of the Police department headquarters. The individual also poured red paint on the street mural itself. So Somebody tried. Teo, A couple of people tried to mess up the pro law enforcement mural. And then you've got the people who originally made the mural. They wanted to go fix it. But the cops wouldn't let him do that. Because you know they have a permit to put it up in the first place. Well, that's the tricky thing with this whole situation. Is it wrong to to face the mural? Yes, it is, But it's not like police can really do anything about it. They can't go prosecute these people that defaced it because the mirror wasn't supposed to be there in the first place. These people paint in the street. When it was technically illegally painted in the first place. So how are you going to get anyone in trouble for that? I don't know, but I mean, they're look, there's a $3000 Crimestoppers reward for information leading to the arrest of the people who did the vandalism. So I guess if they wrote something on a on a door off that that you could get in trouble for, But you can't really I reckon I've analyzed for vandalizing the vandalism. Right right here. What it is. Somebody needs to do a mural where it both supports black lives, Manner and law enforcement. Is it that difficult to put the two together going to be bad, then two. You're never going to please everybody. Other groups are going to be complaining. It's going to go all the way from ST Pete down to Tampa. By the time you right, everyone that matters on murals ridiculous. All right, coming up. Next, we'll talk about this bond hearing for the Tampa teen accused of hacking Twitter. It was very interesting hearing that story and more on the way on PM Tampa Bay, CBS ion veterans presented by University of Maryland Global campus, and if somebody's gonna whack you on the back with the baton as you're walking away, that's not tactics. That's a retribution. So yeah, I wanted to talk to these U. S marshals that were being people of.
"bob kind" Discussed on KTRH
"Hi good morning welcome back we were having a kind of deep discussion with Bob kind of ran over in the news time so had to break for news weather traffic got me thinking about some other places and I gave some phone numbers websites over the air hopefully Bob has a chance to mark this down so let's go back to did you hear my note about Houston bamboo nursery yeah I'm trying to bring them up on my phone right now you were talking about somewhere on three fifty nine I'm you know where that is down toward Richmond Porcher the enchanters trees there you go that's it so enchanted forest did we say between here in KC that's way south okay you know how you got it yeah model go to for sure Richmond yeah in chanted gardens at three fifty nine and seven twenty three you're right okay yeah if you need the information on them the website is mine chanted dot com and I give them a call before you drove all the way out there once they open up I want to say nine AM yeah I'm going down there look at a house afternoons what would be your life no they don't open till ten right now so I just checked the account so I got three pollution board so that's just great the only other question I have can I wake expanded shale into my flower bed that I'm doing why could look on top of clay okay yeah I was going to break anything in like expanded shell then I would be a new I was solving a moisture problem just putting expanded shell on top of a hard play bed is not going to enrich it the way they will work it down some but so what I would do is put Asia might down okay and then water that in with soil activator and keep using the soil activator every two weeks okay I have that also that's how I would slowly and surely in rich that soil okay and can I use a Pitchfork to feed my magnolias no but you can use a Pitchfork to aerate the area before you feed the magna but I what I can use a Pitchfork typo coals it's not as good as using the soil auger but it's better than doing nothing at all and then after I put all the holes then I'd feed it was something like microlight sixty four you know what I'm an expert on the pitch forks are well if you're an expert with his fork and then you can use the Pitchfork and the expanded shell on the beds that you were just talking about crime if you if you aerate the area up then you can use the expanded shale yeah but if you're just put some on top I wouldn't do the expenditure okay that's what I needed now all right and I expect to hear back from you next week about what you ended up getting in where you got okay I listen to you every Saturday and Sunday so I will appreciate that I'll be cool kind of cool I want to know what variety because like good job bamboo specialist it's amazing how many varieties of bamboo they actually do have and then then that'll make your head swim too on what variety you're going to need for your instant gratification yeah I was looking for an expert that's why as long as your words there you go thank you very much and good luck with that I'm looking forward to seeing what ends up happening Mandy is in Brian up next morning Mandy good morning how can I help you my question is what type of floor do you recommend for growing roses in pots and vegetables and pot any the potting soil we talk about on this program can be used for veggies or flowers I was talking about one well not our ghost known as jungle land I don't know that you can get Jungleland in Bryan college station but jungle lands a good one some we go off the top of my head anything from the ground up by the bag you can find here in the Houston area like my I think as much as my bohemian potting soil is great Mumbai brain is not working it one hundred percent capacity today early in the morning there's so many if you hear us talk about a potting soil on this program if that's considered thumbs up when you want to grow flowers or vegetables in pockets we don't use potting soil in outdoor beds to build beds with but we definitely can use the potting soils if we're doing containerized vegetable beds something like a role for you would you can also use Rosalyn compost in a pot our recommendation is to portray the soul one part compost right that's for building beds with if you can build the bed with that you can also use that in containers okay but if you're looking for an instant one bag only potting soil is long as you keep it in a pot you can use that okay when I got there I know I've heard you talk about the black cow compost the weekend that's the one part so you need a two part rose well to go with the one part compost all right thank you very much so if I was in Brian all we have to go up to the producers coop you know what that is no but I can find out the right down producers coop in the northern part of Brian right I believe they're open on Sundays too but I'm don't trust me look it up first they will have a probably three or four different types of brochure by the back okay okay thank you very much you're 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T. I. H. L. really proud of that did the use five pieces of it this past Friday just two days ago we did a lot of work and a lot of trimming of shrubs definitely have to use the blower after that we use the pressure washer to clean the outdoor kitchen area Timothy and on and on we use the chainsaw Stihl chainsaws the power trim pressure washer blowers what was the one that I did I didn't use the edger string trimmer but you can use it to end now let me back up or all the steel bar quote first and foremost there's really only one place in the Houston area the greater Houston area from you know Conroe all way down to Galveston from Brookshire all the way to Beaumont Port Arthur there are six Lansdowne maybe location they are steel specialist S. T. I. H. L. here's the thing I have to send a couple weekends they have battery operated steel power equipment now too so it's quieter if you don't like mixing fuels like the you know the forty one ratio of the fuel and the oil that you would use on things like the hedge trimmer and the string trimmer at that it's a by the way the pressure washer is straight gasoline you know how to win anything but when it comes to like the handheld power equipment they have it by battery to even a chainsaw by battery I kid you not but you find out all the information in the great deals you get and the great service you get when you go to L. M. tractor dot com to find the closest of the six Lansdowne many locations who.
"bob kind" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast
"Line finder dot com again and. Aw We have a one From Ninety plus sellers they are negociants will get into what that is if you don't know and this one is there California Pinot Noir Latte one seven nine of the twenty eighteen vintage and A negociants that's a French term. It's a wine business in France that doesn't make their own liner release. You don't have to make their own wine with. They do is they go to different wineries in they usually select them very careful who they go to and they have to have someone who's willing to sell to them and they will rebrand that the original wineries wine under their own label and since they're buying surplus from that winery they're getting and paying cash upfront. They're getting a discounted price and they're passing the discount on to the wine drinkers. But you don't know who made the line you don't get any of the details and stories and you have to trust the negotiate and in the Gauchan businesses all about trust. If if they're their net buying from the best people are Nag. Give you the price you think is right for the wine. You're getting. You're not going to go to them. You'll go to the original winery. So so it's Kinda the trust business and this is ninety plus sellers and they started back in two thousand nine when the economy crashed and what they would do because back then there's all sorts of California Washington state. I mean they. They have wine small over but who were looking for cash and they were willing to sell all sorts of wines if you'd pay cash upfront and they were what. Why are we only buy from ninety? Plus it was up your base league. Guaranteeing that Hewlett Trust. They had to have while someone somewhere. So this is a ninety plus wine and that was a brilliant idea. And that's what they do and they're I think they're expanding I don't think they're in every every single market up there. If you're can't find it in your local stores you might have to go online. I think I put a link to them. In the in the review we did up and and they have a whole selection of wines from inexpensive. This California Pinot Noir. I found on sale for eighty ninety nine. It should sell a ten dollar range somewhere and since it is another wine with another label the original waters labels was probably three bins over for twelve to thirteen eighteen dollars. And there you go. That's what negotions do not. negotions can be more complicated than that. It doesn't have to be the exact same wine wine. Sometimes they buy the juice that is just been fermented and then they age differently or sometimes they you know Gosheh in the Rhone Valley can buy Grenache from one producer and a Sarah from another producer a the vendor from another and make a GSM blend that would never exist other than them. Put it together So they Negotiate improve I've got with the French term was for but they can do different things. They can the aging can be different The type of wood. They can be different. It doesn't have to be EXAC- exactly the same wine though a lot of times it is. I mean `specially I think this one probably is. I think that's what they do. Do they buy wines. And that that's their model. And so this is a California Pinot Noir. Don't know anything more about it than that APP. And it's pretty good It it kind of how it's kind of got the Pinot Noir funk Innis that I like about piano wire back in the day inexpensive piano wires were just kinda bob kind of bland cherry flavored wine. Not The worst thing. If you're GONNA make a bland winemaker cherry flavored. But they didn't have a lot of personality in They've started making them differently and I don't know how they made this but they started making them like the The Beaujolais produces reduces made Jimmy. And it changed everything with Pinot Noir. Now you have these inexpensive wines with personality and and again since this is a negotiate one at anything about it maybe maybe not but the flavor profile is Kinda. Got That ripe juicy thing going up Mayo me The people like but it's not that big and bold and it's Kinda got the funky flavors and Aromas that I actually like about it. I don't mind the fruit flavors but I want the I don't like about me. Miss what I like about being a new wire. You know tastes great but you know what I am looking for an appeal. Isn't there. This one has both kind of and it's eight ninety nine and it doesn't you know doesn't it doesn't go all the way forty five dollars doesn't go away. Male mates got in the middle but it does a happy medium very well and and I'm going to have a SIP because heaven a sip is a very good thing and back to negotiate winds. There's a bunch of out there. I think Cameron Hughes up there there's a few other ones out the if you look it up if you if you go online look up negotiate wines. It's a really good way and actually some French wines. Coming in here are from people who are buying the winds and putting together the sometimes are from wineries but since you can come in little cheaper you can bring it the United States with the transportation. Everything is still come up with a good price on a line. It's a great way of getting a value priced wine. If if they pick the kind of wine you want. You have to trust their pallet and most of the goals have Canada House Pal. You know what they're going to bring to you. I'm aren't yellow. Doesn't work for them really well. If they're going to every winds completely different you have to kind of have you kind of know where they're going it doesn't have to be exact same lines lines over and over again but it has to Kinda have the same feel that a lot of people enjoy they have to Kinda have abroad pal. That many people like the specially in certain price range I think in different price range. The the what the the your favorite palate is changes but there are negotions out there and it's one of those winds winds that you should always be aware of because there are times when you're in a wine shop you're not sure what to buy. And you see negotiate wine there. You know there's a year in the Merlo section and there's fifteen wives out of what you know and you know that one is going to be one of the other winds but for four four bucks cheaper. That might be the one you might Wanna by that time. So keep that in mind is negotiate lines are a good thing the wind they the the existing winery originating winery. They They get they get cash. Invokes they get money for their wine. They don't get they get rid of their excess It kind of gets a taste for their wine. I've actually seen them Negoti were so good at pushing their wines that they sold out in the original winery didn't and the regional winery. What Hey A we made that you know because they want to know you know 'cause you know sometimes times you know. The marketing part of negociants is the most important people are really good and ninety plus has been making Really good wine serve not making really good wines selling really good wines for a while Gigli like there And Expensive New Zealand Saban blocked. That's been a a really solid salad. One one the best inexpensive ones you can find and there's other ones out there that are really great and back in the day When they used to make wines that used to when the winery was bottling their wines they would you know finish battling their winds they would stick the ninety stellar Labels on and they do that and they were supposed to put the cap or the corks in there but these to get caught a lot of times because you would get a ninety plus sellers wine and had had the cork from the original winery in there. So you know. Oh that's who made ate it up. You weren't supposed to know it was they don't have that problem anymore But that used to happen. And that's what this wines about. You have to trust them that together. They're going to go out and make a good a good selection and you have to trust them that it's going to be cheaper than the original one and that's how it that's the whole model for this thing. They are going to come in. They're gonNA make a good selection wine in it may own they're going to be a value and that's the whole point all of this and that's a good thing to know if you're into wine and this little Pinot Noir La from California. It's not Monterey. It's not Mendocino's not Santa. Santa Barbara doesn't have any fancy names of tach to it could be. It could be the best Pinot producer out there and it could be from single vineyard. I don't know probably not but it could but you don't know because this negotiate wine and it tastes pretty good. I'm enjoying this nine dollar Pinot Noir. It's it's a lovely Lee bought. I'd buy it again I rarely buy them again. Because we do with these wind reviews all time you cannot keep on moving. You can't stop but negotiate. She didn't wind ninety plus sellers. That's what they are find out. Who the negotiates IRA near area? I'd like I said I haven't looked at their website But I think at one point. They're only like twenty five states but find out who your negotiations are and give them a try because if you're aligned with their pal up You can have great wines and save yourself some money and nothing wrong with that so ideas for now Will come up. Oh I have a crazy wine. In a bit we have the Bordeaux 2017 vintage Asia Tasting at the drake on Wednesday. The drake is a fancy old school fancy hotel Marilyn Monroe and Joe Dimaggio honey mood Chicago. So there's a big to do on Wednesday. We'll be going to so I won't be doing anything on Wednesday but after that I've got kind of a crazy cool wine that I'm really looking forward to drinking and there's there's more We'll have some fun and I'll talk to you later audios and..
"bob kind" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Goes and I'm Julie in where the girls behind comments by CELEBS and welcome back. I think this is the first week that are new. Schedules would interplay right. Yes okay so I know I said this before but going forward Mondays Anees will be our regular episodes and then Wednesdays will be our bonus episodes. It's a nice little change of pace little change so two things. This will be our regular upset at the end. We are going to cut to our interview from last week. With Kristen Cavalieri. She was here promoting season three cavalry. She was awesome. She is so so agree. She's so much fun. Okay to be honest like we don't have a relationship with a lot of the Times people that come in here. We know them from the account or we spoken to them before we become friendly and that wasn't the case at all with her Egypt reached out to us and of course we were so excited but we really didn't know her she comes in so enthusiastic so real like yeah. I didn't know what to expect and I was so pleasantly surprised. She was like I really enjoyed being. I so agree yes so much I I like so much more not that I like didn't expect to. I just felt like I know expectations and I was so happy without what we talked about. Obviously the new season but also got into the hills Medina veto it was very nostalgic and then also this Wednesday for our bonus show. We have Victor Cruz coming in which is like what a what was that is. I'm so excited. So it was just announced last week that he's one of the Co host of pop of morning which is ease new show. They got rid of. I guess the nighttime news now it's this morning show in addition to daily pop. so He's coming in. I'm so excited that's going to be. My Dad is so excited to see what happens anyway. Honestly not that much news this week which is good because the Khorasan interview right. I mean there's stuff to talk about it. You feel overwhelmed. No no never you WANNA start with Oscars or criticize predict choice that start with Oscars Chris. Okay I love that I love a podcast on the same morning as an Oscar nominated smitten. There's something about it. It feels like going to school like just when you find out. Who made the play or something I I don't know it was like you nerds? except I'm excited about this I feel like it's a lot a lot of what was expected for the Oscar. noms the most notable thing was that Jaylo didn't get the nomination for best supporting actress to think that that's surprising. I'm not shocked by but I would have loved to see. Let me rephrase my question. Do you think that people that expected it expected to because they genuinely thought. Her performance was deserving or because of the hype around it a little bit of both. Yeah I kind of think sue maybe just in continuing the Europe J. Lo in it of itself. Yeah Yeah I think that I think that it would have been really really cool to see. J.LO's name as Oscar NAM and. I think that we will see that what happened is totally. I'm not overly concerned Also Greta Gerwig did not the best director nomination for little women so all Madigan which which is like I don't know I mean. I know I shouldn't be surprised but I am A. I think that's what everybody feels like. You know what I'm not shocked but not happy happy. No it's kind of yeah shouted get she did get for Little woman did get for best original screenplay or best grade plain out original screenplay any predictions No honestly I haven't seen a lot of the movies is always happened to Oscar season. They love the Golden Globes nephews. Because I'm so on top of things and then Oscars come around and I'm like everything. I said I was going to do this year. I didn't do we're going to have to do that. Every every year at the Oscars it makes me feel like. I didn't accomplish what I wanted to in the air. It's I remember last year. We were like we said we're going to watch every single movie and we just did every single. It's a new year. It's a new US. We still have time. And let's make it a parody. Yeah Yeah as soon as I finish little women. Yeah God that books. It's fucking long. It's long as sheets five hundred pages written in eighteen sixty eight like. How am I supposed to read the yeah quickly? I mean you're the one that put this rule on yourself. I had to well there. Haven't okay critics choice. So I have to say and comes is last night and this. Tom Ford Hot pink number. No no no. It's you know he was like Oh she can do no wrong. There are very few celebrities as I say that about truly. There's not something she could show up in that. I don't think I would be off. I find her to be so breathtaking and stunning and powerful she. She is like more than just how beautiful she has. This not everything I have reached presence. Oh my God yes. So he posted last night I think men are power posted a picture day and Gwyneth commented like at least I can say something in common with Dayananda because she was wearing that same. Tom Ford what was it like a like a breast I play on the cover of Harper's are on her newest Harper's bazaar yeah which was so funny like the epitome of even people are famous people like Gwyneth paltrow thinking it's so cool that she had the same thing as a day Zendaya has that effect. She's like you know who else has that. Effect like an Armani like totally has that effect after. You're just like honored to have done something even remotely similar to what she's yes. Oh police I would let literally if Dan Ronan. We're in a car together together. And they hit me with it. I would write a thank. You know sunflowers now. It's unbelievable. Wait so you guys remember how at at the Golden Globes we were kind of you know disappointed disappointed with jails look in the. I think they remember and Julia made a really good point of being like listen if you do ten things in a year. There's no way that ten out of ten are going to be spot on. She's got nine out of ten when she comes back in strong she comes to the critics choice in this stunning like Beige was born to be no something. I'm glad she didn't because it made me happier this. Yeah I agree. I looked gorgeous. She does yeah. It was perfect for the event. It was gorgeous. Simple exactly what I wanted her to wear Mandy Moore in this Elie Saab Black almost kind of complicated also kind of symbol like ensue jumpsuit. Eat thing really. You Know Mandy Moore. I forget how much I I grew up with her until I see her out more because she's not as much in our orbit. Oh my God you don't watch this as us. I don't watch this as snow so when I see her at a red carpet. I'm like there you you're there. You'll see your Princess Diaries God. When was the last time you watched a walk to remember? Oh my God along time ago you know at the best best part of Walk Dramas you'll love and I think you forgot about this. When they're at the like in the middle of nowhere in that scene were on the road and they play the version of dancing in the moonlight? That's the slow version. That's Julian is. That's our song. I said to my mom. How old was I when I saw that? We really young I was like this is the version of dancing in the moonlight. I wanted to add to it my wedding that version right there. You've always. I've always said I will love that. Scene also Eddie Murphy was honored with the Critics Choice Award the lifetime achievement award which that that's a guy that he's he's one of the few when I consider like the Mecca of have talent. Celebrity comedy is just like a Chris. Rock Chris Rock Dave Chappelle. Yeah he's he's another level he really is also Alex Bornstein Gene Boise and I want to read her speech. She won for best supporting actress in a comedy series and she thinks her parents are speech and she said my parents were able were able to in a single breath. Tell me that they love me that I was the greatest thing since sliced bread but also they eat too much bread. They should stop eating so much bread that I was starting to look like bread. I just felt really. It's like I so seen here. There's a lot of times people give speeches. I just can't relate and I'm like you know what we are one in the same one in the one award you humaid bin on a one of the most talked about shows of all time the heartache that it comes down to it your last name is foreseen and I know you weren't allowed to wonder running your house house growing up. That's so funny okay. Should we give a little royals update because this one so good okay so if you guys remember last week we did the emergency episode Elizabeth homes journalists royals expert really just all around exceptional woman and it was thirty minutes definitely. Listen if you haven't at Super Informative so on Saturday the Times of London come out with this report. The Meghan has signed an agreement in which she was going to be a voice voice over for Disney In return so crazy in return for Disney donating to charity elephants without Borders. So no one has commented or confirmed this yet. Very we don't we. That report comes out and we hear nothing. We hear nothing from the royals her nothing from Disney. And we're kind of all like could this be true true like. Is this happening. So after this is reported a video surfaces of Harry Meghan beyond say and Bob Iger who is the CEO of Disney and they were at the Lion King Premier in July of last year. You guys remember these pictures. It was like July of this year. No Oh two thousand. Nineteen or two thousand twenty. It's the it's the July two thousand twenty hasn't happened yet. I mean is it last year. Isn't that weird. That was last year. Such a weird moment from when you fuck really thought I was wrong I really thought it was like December right now is like it's this year. No no no. Yeah I guess is like very soon whatever anyway and in the video you see. Harry Sang Bob Iger. The CEO of Disney sang looking. Meghan going you know she can do voice-overs and and Bob kind of replies. He didn't know and Harry's like you seem surprised but yeah she's really interested. This is all happening while Meghan is talking to beyond saying Jay Z. So in this report comes out and then we see that video where like weight off fucking second even without that report to me. That video is the craziest thing in the entire world. You have have the prince his wife Meghan talking to the CEO of Disney. While the press does does he while his wife is talking to beyond saying Jay Z...
"bob kind" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All right I think it's that time okay it's time for the bug report loves you David and Laura for the log report all right so here's my bug or at you know sometimes we think we're all set but one day we find out that we consume what we thought would always be there now here's the perfect example we just went through father's day and my dad eighty seven years old you know he's got everything he needs I mean for the most part right he always says don't send me anything I don't need you know obviously I don't either higher or you know any kind of downloading or or you know he certainly walk on it then we try to send an airplane tickets you won't get on an airplane so you know there's just really so little that we can think of to you know show him an express our love and appreciation for what he did for in our lives and and so forth and you know what we found it in a wasn't a card all right it was Omaha steaks you know we send him and have to be a commercial for Omaha steaks but you know we send him the I guess it comes in a cooler right and it you know packed with dry ice and yeah it was like this seventy Boxley right shipping and everything is like a two hundred yeah yeah exactly Chris Plante special you know the the only office once so it you know he thought that if he was just so thrilled and appreciative of that so you know I I guess made by a bug is is that you know sometimes we think we're all set but one day we can just wake up and we can find that we can consume all right we we consume things in our life and you know it holds true for our obviously for our retirement and our savings and everything like that we can consume that that's why it's so important for you to take a proportionate share of whatever you you know Bob kind of your nest egg and the the set that aside so that you know that that is not something that you're going to consume all right yeah that's not something that you're going to exhaust it's going to be free there for you as a in addition to you know what other sources of income that you have and that's why we're so passionate about talking about these things on the radio that these things exist they're different they're better that you can have these things you can have them without fees you can you know get our stock like market returns without risk in without the certainly some of the heartache and headache that that that people experience in the market and certainly as you get into retirement years you need to Sora haven't developed some of these things it's there it's there for you and that we want to get you the information gets to the book which the.
"bob kind" Discussed on Drum History
"Playing as Zillions and the reason that they're called as is not because Alvis said Meisel. My symbols symbols are called as the trademark that he had to use like we use on the as today in the drummer short to as versus what was coming out of Turkey which were case. Okay so the drummer's Kinda took hold of it and made it their own. So that's where the aim moniker came from. Oakland is based off of the trademark kind. So he's he's doing very very well and he's probably selling fifteen to twenty as soldiers for every one ks all gin. That's being unsold. So they're doing. It's very very successful. Business and Armand and and I'm Bob the growing going up in the business when arm and turned fourteen Alvis brought him in and taught him the secret. Let's just wrap our heads around this for a second rate so he's fourteen years old and dad's GonNa teach you how to play with molten metal right. Yeah really yeah and so so you know Arman would melt with his dad During school vacations in the entire summer break lake from school. So when he wasn't in school he was in. You know pouring molten metal and then two years later. Abbot has taught his his other son. I'm Bob the secret formula. So you had three engines in the United States that that knew how to mix the COP Renton to make the bronze in as time goes on we end the United States into World War Two Arman Goes into the coastguard. And I think Bob went into into the army and So they were they. Were you know fighting for their country. And this is the first time that Abbott essentially writes down the recipe and puts it in a safe safe in case something happens to arm and Bob and something happens to him. Somebody can come along and continue The Children Asian family legacy of symbol. Making sure but nothing. Nothing happened to Bob. Nothing happened arm. And he came back from war and they continued their roles at the company. arm was more of the Foreman of the factory you know working with the Drummer's and picking orders orders and you know Doing symbol making end and and bob kind of more more into sales and marketing and he would travel a lot over to Europe to the distributors. And you know so. They they were really forced to be reckoned with for a long long time but Kazin was still kind of a thorn and alvanos's backside. Yeah and he was just irritated you know in. In from time to time he would himself travel to Turkey. And he'd he'd go to Istanbul Campbell and and go visit the cousins and they would just end up in a fight every time you know because Abbas Khan said you know you really shouldn't be making simple you not real JEN's and they're like well you know. We have the trademark with Fred Gretchen. We're GONNA keep making them so nothing got resolved But there were some time in the in the sixties where Bob Soldier had heard his dad complaining about this and he said well. Jeez you know. I'm going over to to Europe on business. What an I go to Istanbul and talk to the cousins and see if they might be interested in selling us the factory so so let's just think about that for a second? The cousins are the dog. Arians Adele Gary Gotcha. which which their name would have been changed now to Zilch in which is Z.? The I L C A N Some people say they'll can but that's not how it's pronounced the C would have a little Tail on the bottom of it. So it's pronounced Zilch which means Big Bell cymbal related and obviously. Yeah so the the reason that they had to change your name from Dell Gary into Zilch because as the Turkish government decided there could be no more Armenian ending names. Wow so they changed it to something that sounded more like Zil Jn which infuriated addidas even more? I'm sure But they wanted some continuity with with the symbol making legacy but so Abbas the third agreed with with ball. Okay go over and talk to the cousins. So ball went over and said well. We don't have any control over the trademark but we WANNA buy the factory from you in literally. They wrote a check to the cousins and bought the foundry back. That really should have been then. There's in the first place in that kind of goes back to what I was saying where they were selling fifteen. Twenty as agents for every one ks and so they were doing very well all financially so they had the means to be able to buy the factory from them. So now we're going to get into how. How did the American Zilch and company get the Keizo trademark back right so they just bought the factory and Abacus you know he had talked to Fred in the fifties and there was a big court battle? I'm sure that you read about where you know. A jury determined that as children symbols weren't the same as Casals and symbols so they weren't Necessarily the same instruments occasion can continue to be in existence but Alvis went back to Fragrant said you can keep the trademarks you never get another symbol again. Just bought the factory so what that did was for us. Fred Gretchen hand and Fred. Sold the trademark trademark back to Alvis so now Alvis third is is the rightful owner of the factory over in Istanbul and his family's trademarks right. Yeah and what does he do intern. He gives Fred Gretchen other. Tenure exclusive distribution rights for Casals and symbols. Coming out of Turkey. Could why not make some money off of them right so So now I have a disowns. The factory the foundry over there and Because Kissel jains really really associated with with gretch drums. They kept that relationship going in. Addis kept the factory going until about nineteen seventy six thousand nine hundred seventy seven over over in Turkey And and it was decided that you know this was too much of a hassle and they were going to shut it down. So Gosh but I WANNA I WANNA back up into history if I can if I go back to around nineteen sixty eight. Sure this is going to get into the split with Armada Bob so at the time at the Quincy Foundry The teamsters were unionizing the companies in the area and there was a fear that The teamsters are gonNA come in and unionize the factory and Abacus would have no control over his his company that he built through the depression again. Bob Talk to his dad and said listen I I go hunting and fishing coming up in New Brunswick Canada and you know. There's there's guys up there that we could teach how to make symbols. We can build a factory up there and if the teamsters get in in the factory and Quincy we we can. We can lay everybody off and we can make symbols up in Canada. And so what that meant meant was that they would still poor meddle in quincy arm and Bob would go in and And Mel to make the castings. And they would truck to castings castings up like twelve hours to Madonna to You know heat them enrolled them hammer them and leave them up in Canada Alvis. This agreed out of fear that a a union was going to get in so this was going to be the backup plan so they didn't know whether or not the union was going to get in and out so they had to build. This factory has kind of Plan B. Right sure so the factories up there and they're making symbols or making symbols. Call Zilk OHS and that's not to be confused with diesel coz that might have been made In the early thirties so the Zilk does that. Were being made in Canada They they were a little bit center and they were pressed into shape with With a hydraulic. Press and shaping dies Kinda like how we make the as today and then they were laid so so they weren't hammered. Gotcha so it was like a second line. Yeah was the company called as Co.. was that the kind of father. Yes company. Okay Yep now before moving on who was. Is there any relation resilience in the thirties. Was that just another company company like who were those someone different. No that was evidence. Just having like a separate brand didn't know that so as the story goes The teamsters didn't get in by one vote so they didn't have to lay off the workers so They they had this factory factory up in Canada and they were making symbols and come to find out There were selling a lot of Zoll Coz and the the As sales were going down and you know because Alvis you know he he got all the invoices and all the bills and all the payments everyday he he was seeing the decline as soldiers is going up so he made a decision one day. No MOORESVILLE COZ if if people want symbols are going to buy as diligent so a lot of the production in Canada Became as children as well. And there's Canadian ks that are very like sought after her line as well right. Yep so that was when When Avid Society didn't want to have a factory in Turkey anymore any just shut it down Some of the cousins runs were brought up to Canada and they started to make KS up in Canada for very very short. Time was probably only NIA couple of years before Abbas passed away in the difference between the Canadian KS versus the Istanbul cases. The Canadian kids were very flat. It and I remember asking Bill Soldier one day. So you know this whole thing with the Canadian ks. Why would they so flat? Why why weren't you making them like? What Elvin Jones played are Tony Williams play or whatever and he said when the cousins had come over and they started to kind of teach them? You know some of the the Keizo Jen way of doing things because we have to remember making symbol since the thirties. The way that Abbas to third develop right. Yeah he said you know. When the cousins came up they found that the orchestral stroll music was was the most respectable and and they were making symbols for that kind of genre? And that's why when you find a Canadian K.. They're very flat flat So the good for like orchestras but for really great jazz drumming. Like what Elvin Jones are Tony Williams or Philly Joe Jones would play. It was a a different instrument Got Yeah so avid passes away in nineteen seventy nine and and the way that the company was set up because arm was the eldest Son He got more of controlling share Kazoo shares in the company and so he was in control he had. Let's say fifty one percent in bobbehead. Forty nine okay and You know if if you read about any he kind of siblings and business. They don't always get along sure of course so it. It kind of came down to this that Bob Bob didn't WanNa work for his older brother But they both have secret. So that's probably where things get a little sticky right so bob decides that he wants to divorce himself from the Avid Zilch and company and go do his own thing. Arman says you can't do that. You know this Zoll Jn. You can't go in and and make your own symbols and it came down to lawyers and then a judge to make a decision and it was finally decided because was Bob. Zimmerman was taught the secret by his dad And he can't like unlearn at he can't annot it's his birthright to do with it as he wishes so he can he can go ahead and make symbols and the way that he get out of the Avid Company and end got bought out was it. He got the the factory up in Canada and all the equipment inside of it and the only thing that wasn't up there was a melting room. There was no foundry up. They're so It was around one thousand nine hundred eighty that everything was finalizing. Bob Got the the factory up in Canada But part of the deal is is that He can make symbols but he can never use Zilja name in conjunction with this product nor can his ancestors for the rest of time. It's interesting to have these things that for the rest of time. You can't use your name name and I don't think it should be taken for granted that a lot of people don't realize and I didn't until I was in my early twenties I didn't realize that As as we're getting to with the company he started which has Sapien I don't think a lot of people realize it's run by it was started by Robert or Bob Zilja and now run by Andy. Zil Gen That's just such a piece of history that it's just mind blowing so some of the the long term employees I grew up with because I've been here since I was twenty years old. They kind of said that you know they. They saw that that After Abbas was going into to no longer be with us that bobbing arm and weren't going to work together and this was kind of Bob's exit strategy on how he could continue to go and do kind of what he thought was the best way to make symbols versus his His older brother Armand So you know some people say that that Bob kind of orchestrated this through the teamsters potentially coming in and you unionizing Quincy Quincy factory really making the best of that situation right so Part of the deal to we.
"bob kind" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The puzzle solving skills or or you know have a mathematic kind of inclination and it's so funny because what's more inexact than than the game than than this than this sport where you can take all the numbers you can distill them all you want and then the gates open and it's mayhem yeah I mean bob kind of the perfect person for that because of his the bed by and he loved athletic competitions of all sorts I mean that's what it was for him. He sources badly as a person who ran rick who was fastest with what it was all about I I I have to mention you know having the opportunity that like the notorious gang came up the way before content and stuff like that but I've been around a lot of people betting on horses and Bob was the best better I've ever seen. I've I've never seen anyone who could take a little bit of money. He never played he never made big that but I've never seen someone who could make small bet into big money consistently. I really think that if you the time and I want to win the pressure but he could have he could have made a living betting horses any day. 'cause I mean an amazingly consistent winter <hes> and he he loved racing he loved he loved Andy Capping and he practices and he got really good at it and you know he had a lot a lot of attributes that you would like to see more of <hes> around horse racing and it's unfortunate. He won't be part of it anymore and there probably are going to be too. Many people like him. You know again in the future I mentioned Marcus what a what a bad just gosh ninety days give or take <hes> in New Orleans in terms of losing losing Bob Losing Ronnie for jets dookie chase. I mean there's a number of real institutions in in the town here to last two three months. Unfortunately the way <hes> this was a tough one for me personally and I I hope that <hes> people who knew of people will be really big on these little might not even know him can appreciate in life in general when general appreciate his his place he meant some Latin him smell very nice I and Marcus I know not easy but I greatly appreciate it and I know listeners do imagine that all of us from a turf writers standpoint the turf writers broadcasters that <hes> they'll be an appropriate <hes> tribute <hes> it is easy for me to talk about it Steve. I want to thank you the chance to it so it's good to have a platform to rub. Everyone agrees <music> but I do think it's great that you in the opportunity. Just let people know about the whole situation no not at all that's one of the one of the abortion obligations of the show and <hes> from every standpoint from the horsemen the horses we haven't and even a chance to talk about passing as well when <hes> you know I it everybody that contributes to the to the game at large and the. The Passion that <hes> that Bob brought to it <hes> enriched everybody's life that you know that that was interested in red him and Newman all and <hes> racing better for Bob Focuses attention on no no doubt about that Marcus. Thank you thank you. Let's take a break. It's ten o'clock an hour in and we've got a very full two hours yet to come including a visit with Eric Johnson and and <hes> Eric is one of those professional athletes that is just intrigued as his smitten the racing bug as it were and he's involved often ownership a love coming to the racetrack if only if only seven and a half eight months worth the hockey didn't get in the way. I think he'd be at the track all the time. Eric Johnson joins US next at the races Sirius Sirius X._M...
"bob kind" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"But I don't know if that really has president to be done before. So I don't know about that. But. I mean at the end of the day, north at least he tried to make the fighting on saying, but right now, we won't be gin and twenty eight teen tennis copper, probably be fighting e cabin Laskaris or kill brook in, and we already know that man down biting Sean. That guy and Sean, Puerto is WBZ champion of the world. He'll be fighting Sean Puerto in a location. I believe in September. So, honestly. Yeah. But may I thank Bob kind of Saudi stuff in the football star that forty five percent. I think the first proposal should've been fifty percent or or but defiant, forty five in, in their favorite, just to try to those a number out there that, you know, you might not get, but, you know, the well, you might not give, but you can ask for, and you start negotiating from there just like any. Edgy said a don't cut them the million for for me to come back to you K by AJ. So it's no different man star high. Try to me somewhere middle. Bob opinion, kind of step in the foot with this kind of proposal just because of you kinda showing your hand right there. You know, saying you don't you don't think guy deserves a fair right down the middle split, which is was Spence in my opinion he does. But I guess Bob in doing longer than I have. So, yeah, that's pretty much my thoughts on the man. I think I think it's not a bad starting point. But could have been better if I was in the negotiating room. I just went lead tip. Kind of for basically you would've sent the forty five percent off I wouldn't leave ten percent unaccounted, for, no, sir. So you would've allocated Sasol once a one side air be no either, put it down the middle or you come with that high ground for. Hey, i'm. Forty five percent and me cropper gonna take a five percent. We are on the bigger platform. We're able to post this payment view two more homes. We can make this a really, really super duper fight. If you guys know Santa loud, and then fifty five percent probably most or a little bit less net. So what happened if in the middle of that little conversation, they'd just say something like? Well, you just had a mere con on this platform, and you didn't make it real big the way you're claiming you're gonna make this fight real big. I would tell them. Okay. Look at the okay, we got America guy who's not from this country, but he is a very popular boxer that everybody knows he got not Garcia. So it does have some credits in this American public. But he lost to then Garcia. And for our purposes we all think that parents offer is a better fighter than Danny Garcia. So when I got in the rain with each other, we all Crawford to get him out of there now with a guy like Earl Spencer, did a tremendous amount of paper views with Mike Garcia, we can pick it back off that on saying and, and really combined the two he had. Oh, I didn't mean in Rupp. That's why originally I mean, yeah I hand up. I didn't want to verbally rub. That's why I just wanted you to know I had a point I was just gonna say so like. I don't think that they should say anything like fifty five forty five we got the bigger platform, because he's already had two failing pay per view. But now on ESPN one was HBO HBO's for all. And at this small Brenda thing is man, like, you know, you wear your Crawford heart on your sleeve, and it's like now you're excuses, like, oh, one's on HBO ones on ESPN, and you do understand that both of those networks are the biggest networks for boxing. Yes. I do. And he failed on both big. I gave me my reasons..
"bob kind" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio
"What about have you seen? What about Bob kind of? You got to see a good movie. He I get it is a good move. I know I'm not gonna get. But it's you like it more than the average person. Exactly provoke. It's so anxiety, provoking, speaking of parenting and other things so yes, okay. Do okay on all read? But also that she writes for the New York Times, I said, okay. Good. Good. Good. Listen, do you know what the problem is? I just came from yoga, and I'm still like, you know, when you're like still in a cooling down period. I keep putting my glasses on and they're fogging up is. So I'm having a hard time. But I'm ready. So my first question for you cage as at the very beginning. I love what you say about. Really, I feel like you kinda wrapped with this too. At the end is a lot of parenting is about changing the story. We tell ourselves about parenting. And I also agree that there's all the I could start in so many ages like at one a one year older like this, and you're gonna feel like this and to terrible twos and their nightmare. And and you're going to really be tired. And we have all this information. Give given to us up front that kind of a range is the way we think so did you discover that through your research or personal experience. Well, when I started writing the book, I was maybe three years into my time at motherlode, and it was right at that moment. When all that research was coming out that was like, you know, parents are less happy than people who don't have children. We'd rather do laundry and load the dishwasher than spend time with our children. And also at the same time. I I was the editor of the blog. So I was reading probably at least the beginnings of one hundred plus submitted essays and things like that week. Week and the really the tone was you know, my gosh, I need a drink. This is so hard. This is a slog. And I have to say, I didn't I was feeling that my God it I mean, you know, if you put one more plastic sippy Cup in dishwasher, my head was going to explode. But I didn't wanna feel that way. And I didn't quite get lie. We were feeling that way. Because I mean, you know, if you look at sort of our lives as as the typical times reader or the typical parent who can pick up a hardback book about parenting. We've got it pretty good for the most part. I mean food shelter. Roofs, overhead we got stresses. Absolutely. But I just felt like we ought to be able to find a way to make the family part of this which we all wanted so bad. I mean, it's not like somebody's like, oh, I'm just.
"bob kind" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Twenty-six at midway twenty-five in Addison. I'm Bob Kessler and the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Twenty WGN on the road and attain live here in the states skyline studio high atop Chicago blizzard. This is kind of the first day that we've had like an appreciable amount of snow. I really right. Was it wasn't so bad the snowed one or two other times? But this is kind of bad, but nowhere near you got Bob kind of we've seen some Roger to of reminiscing about the great snowstorms our legacy of suffering when it comes to snow here in Chicago. And none of these are or anything. Really, right. So I think we have to give up that mantle. Maybe it's global warming. It's sort of works for us. Maybe not so much for for Miami. Or any of those apocalyptic movies where the whole world floods, but for for us here, it seems to be, you know, I don't know. And I know it goes in stages we had some some pretty bad winters a handful of years ago. So but not that bad. She had a hard time getting in. I heard that you were your toughen it actually, it was pretty smooth. Right. It was very smooth surprisingly smooth actually left a little bit early because I wanted to make sure not to be stuck someplace not necessarily stuck in the side of the road. But even in traffic, right because sometimes you get some implement. Weather and then things get slow on the roadways. See wouldn't that be terrible for me to be stuck in traffic for the on the road show? Right. We could just call you. And you would be on the road. It'd be totally walking the walk should be called in the studio with Dan. So we've got a great show on tap. We'll talk about it a little bit with Scott beforehand, and we're gonna do we're gonna talk a little food a little tailgating, we may have Angela cabinet rowdy and talk Super Bowl tailgating, and some cool things they've got planned for the summer with our on the road road trip. Tailgates that we're gonna be doing at cruise nights car shows coming up. So that's good. You look forward to that a little bit of Super Bowl ideas for that as well. Then Mario Andretti. When you think about it? The greatest in the sport in whatever sport it is. He's definitely going to be in that mount Rushmore. I don't know who could AJ wait. Maybe you know, he's a guy that's won the Daytona five hundred the Indy. Five hundred the Formula one world champion. They see these kinds of things really set it apart because those are such different disciplines when it comes to driving. It'll be excited to talk with him as we close in on the fiftieth anniversary of him winning the Indianapolis five hundred and the speed we've got a bunch of things coming up for him so excited to talk to Mario about that sheer Lazar. Actually, you you drive on you can drive right. I can't. Okay. So you ever get to the gas station. Now, the gas stations more things to more people not only is it a place to get gas. Maybe some snacks. But right at the pump. They they have you know, TV they have do entertainment. So you're pumping. Awesome. Somebody pops up on the screen like, hey, what's going on? And they show you something fun. You know, maybe penguins with sweaters, or you know, who knows what's going on. And maybe some news. That's happening. Maybe sports Shira Lazar. She is. The host of what's trending, which is one of those top tap shows on the energy is also does like podcasting snacks race in a in a blogger got a hand on the pulse of things going on in the world of social media. And she's the gas station. Lady. Right. So she pops up she's going to be joining us little bit later on the program excited to have sheera on as well Tony per yellow when it comes to I think Chicago shafts. He's he's as Chicago as you get these headlines a lot of the cool festivals. And coming up, he's beat Bobby flay. So I'm sure we'll talk to him a little bit about that. But also Chicago restaurant week is coming up. It's really two weeks. I don't know why they couldn't say Chicago restaurant weeks. Just add a assets, you still have the same branding. Maybe. So he'll be joining us talk about Piccolo Sogno, no, Nina, his places, and some of the cool things that are going on along with four hundred restaurants for restaurant week this year. So that is great. And then I think we're gonna have Norman del in Norman del. He's the guy that I got to meet through the west suburban community pantry and event that I have emceed in a in a closet. I supported for many years. He was there. He comes in. He he's like a renaissance guy. So he's a bona fide financial group. But also so many other things wanted to talk to about transformative travel spent a lot of time in Africa heading to India soon. And then oh, by the way, he says he's a racecar driver too. So this could be maybe the best fit ever. What do you think? Actually. I think so this is what Scott said like, yeah, he's a great. I like it. All right. So what we're going to do is we're going to get to this. And I know that we may be breaking away at some point for the president's speech that will keep you tuned in to all those things going on as well quick break. We'll come back with twenty Perello. It's on the road with Dane seven twenty WGN Kevin.
"bob kind" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Come on. He just I just. You know, those those those body punching bags of like a guy from like the waist up that you see at the gym punch. The guy. I just want to punch that guy. And just right. Kanye on his own. I think those are called Bob's. That's a Bob Bob ever do. They really. Really cute. Punch man that's the wrong Google search which. Jimmy, equipment punching man, Jim. Okay. Yeah. Bob century, Bob, torso training, torso training. I wanted one of these for a while when I was just taken Brazilian jujitsu for several weeks. Thank you. And I was like, you know, what I need to. I need a spongy man to dominate. Garage. They are really really fun to punch and you could run between two and four hundred dollars. If you're crazy knife show, by the way, I don't know what channel it's on. But my brother-in-law who watches a lot just garbage television. I mean, the shows that you just can't imagine they'd been finance. But it's about guys who are challenged to go out into build a knife. And there's a point to why I'm bringing this up they have to make this knife. And then the guy who judges it is like let me see this blade. Okay. Yes. Good form holder. I like that. And then he goes up in slices one of these Bob kind of things law. That's aggressive. It's translucent. So you can see its ribs and its organs on the inside. And then they determined like all right that got into just a little bit of punctured, the heart. There's definitely be a fatal blow your under the next run. It's forged in fire. Great shell what a garbage. Here's.
"bob kind" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"An office. Busy looking for the team's next head coach today. They're meeting with Chicago Bears defensive coordinator, Vic, Fangio wonder what kind of mood. He's going to be in right now we're talking live with orange and blue seven sixty hose Andy Lindahl. Good morning Andy corners. What are your initial thoughts on Vic Fangio do you like him? All I can't tell you. It makes me terribly excited to be quite honest with you. I think it will be a coach. Is got round Indicas coaching searching experienced so be I hit job. But I think they'll get a guy. That's a veteran guy kind of goes against the flow is at the profile. What the Joseph was first time to it so on and so forth. So I don't know. We'll see admitted that he hadn't even prepared. Because he was trying to get you the playoffs. So we'll see what kind of impression leaves US Open. I think the team wants to move quickly which could rule out some coaches that are currently with teams. But Big Joe or I should say some coaches that are currently in the playoffs but Vic Fangio's at one of those anymore. One of those head coaches with head coach experiences. John Harbaugh report over the weekend said that the dolphins and Broncos were both seriously looking at him. Is there any truth to that? Do you think? Yeah. I think John's interested that story doesn't seem to go away. Question is the ravens or you know, a high draft pick first round draft choice last time we saw coach treated the raiders gave up a pretty good package picks. And so we'll see April. It's not unheard of actually trade for a coach. But I know this I wouldn't be and I don't think John would want you to treat the number number ten for him. Which is what the Broncos have in the first round. So we'll see I bet you there's interest there. But I don't know where it will go bandied. Do you think there's a front runner if so who well I from what I understand the two guys over the weekend. Both Mike one check in check for Ghana left. Good impressions. And they were over. They were really impressive. Is that Keller young coaching the Rams to now when we spoke to Rams beat writer. He claimed he thought might be open to an OC job and offense coordinator job. So we'll see maybe that's not the route that it all works out with Gary kubiak being in the mix Adam Schefter tweeting yesterday. The Broncos are blocking interviews coach kubiak, which means he's going to probably be in the mix. Somehow to I Mike you nowadays with Adam Schefter. He chose to tweet out the Mike months shack was interested in the Broncos job after having no interest in jobs last year that I think is interesting. So I would put him near the front, but I think Donald left a good impression to Andy with your expertise, Stu any of these coaches. Can they solve the Broncos ills or these any of these candidates that they're looking at are? They the right guy, whichever one they decided to choose which direction they go. I'm marty. I don't have to tell us you've been a player. Yeah. Can help. I think some can bring some more calmness to the sideline in game. But we talked to Bob Kravitz about the last week on our show and Bob kind of put it best. I'm coming in line. With him coaches are sorta dime a dozen till you find the right quarterback too. You have the right star players. And I I just believe it. What would be without Tom Brady? I still think he'd be a great coach. I don't think he'd be wearing jewelry. You know, what about Nick foles? And when he did Doug Peterson. Doug Peterson struggle mightily his first year in Philly. And now the guy might be a back to back Super Bowl champion, if they're run continues to be magical. I think they have to figure out what you're doing quarterback long. It'd be better than a five hundred team. Now, again, think something's coaches can get you to the playoffs. But if you really want to be in the conversation for two weekends now like the patriots have been and all the teams that they're salvage quarterbacks. You've got to figure out who the guy is long term is case keenum be quarterback of this team going forward. And if he is who's the best coach for him. Well, maybe Gary kubiak, he's your plan next year April. But I don't I don't know that they I don't know that they extend I think next year depending on what they get in the draft this year if they choose to draft a quarterback you're supposed to be a better quarterback classes coming in twenty twenty twenty nineteen as far as the draft. So no, I think. Term competition, but cold is going to be out, and we'll probably might have to pay pretty heavy price. But Nick foles. Another playoff when he continues to play clutch some Bronco fans. Coz gonna be available who frankly car bombs should win to yesterday started second half, but chose not know once upon a time the decision Maine and put them in there. Keep the season live John Arbonne went the other way, they're out of the playoffs. So I think I think we'll see some more competition this year potatoes. Yeah, I do too. But I think come twenty twenty that's a different beast. I mean, I could see them drafting a quarterback this year potentially taking one next year as well. I guess the question will be with you do with your first round pick time. Think on on Logan and Louis to show a couple of weeks ago or get them a tight end. I don't care if you get a ten, but he's got to be a playmaker. It's gotta be a spaceship. He's our co host or Coa colleague on orange and blue seven sixty. It's anti Lindahl. Andy, thank you so much for your time and your insight as always, thank you. All right. You too. Boy. Six six seventeen we continue the conversation with Mike Reiss. And be interesting to see what happens where the parents go. Yeah. No doubt about.