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How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others
"If you want to inspire of us looked yourself and ask your getting out the whole process of content creation from my side. I think if every new initiative experimental can learn from sharing why discovers. I'd give a loan when you immersing yourself in something it helps to have a platform from which you can aerate and explain your own trial era. Success and understanding. The reason i do this is to give myself a clear. Review of the present for instance when we started our zoom shows with you the media online in march twenty twenty i believe we could create productions not just weapon us and as the pandemic tightened its grip those who are already creating content found. They just keep going well. When we launched you the media in bristol. we filled pob. And how did that happen because initially when the event was first announced we had to six people book on and we found ourselves having to cancel the event another reason is that as we delivered the first hybrid event in july. I shed how i thought. This format could work for businesses. Would you block or share audio or video. It's not just about attracting clicks shares and engagement and achieving an uptick in awareness and reach. It's also a way of sharing your own learning to check back in with yourself and help abbas benefit from that. It's not about sharing successes around product dates or self congratulatory messages of client or award. Wins thinking through taking a scrapbook approach of frigging figuring things out in plain sight having a place document but also knowing that you're not always going to get it right is important. It doesn't always have to be about who is reading watching listening. But your own goal of creating and charting break. Foods and realizations
What is Normal Poop?
"Normal poop what is it look like in an ideal world. Our pooping everything. The day so whatever. They're beaten in the past. Twenty four hours promptly comes out the other end twenty us later. Normal poop look sausage shaped or. It's very easy to pause very soft this charge and be complaining about bellyache. Tummy ache or be withholding or appear to be a lot of pain and discomfort when they are passing pu the main difference between the bristol stooge chart and the kid friendly poop. Chart is that in the bristol's card. Everything is label so normal. Stools are probably labeled as type five whereas in the kids chart. You just won't make any sensed if you ask your child well see look. Light doesn't look like type one or type seven on this chart so instead he can talk to them about it. Look like a sausage or if you hold up a pictorial chart and if you had no idea what i'm talking about do click on the accompanying blog post which populated the show notes. So if the stews look a little bit like sausage but corn on the cob so it has a little bit like of cracks. You can say to chart doesn't look not corn on the cob and that's still normal it. Just maybe i still a little bit. Starting to look a bit more on the constipation end of the scale and they may need a bit more fiber fluids. Eve your looks like a bunch of graves and has been fairly difficult to pause. They are probably constipated by this stage. And of course rabbit droppings on you know very clear to imagine what that would look that is also constipated peut. Did you know that your child can still open there about every single day and still be
Why We Hold On To Things
"When you move to a new home or a new city. You take your things with you as you carry box after box out of your house. You might have an epiphany you own. A lot of stuff hood is the author of possessed. Why we want more than we need. He's a psychologist at the university of bristol. He explores the psychology of ownership. He knows the answer to the question. You may have asked yourself during your last move. Why do i own so much stuff. Bruce hood one-two hidden brain. Thanks for having me shankar. You mentioned bruce that there are about fifty thousand storage facilities in the united states. There are even more storage facilities than starbucks cafes or mcdonald's restaurants what does this reveal about. How much tough. We have bruce. It's amazing isn't it. It's a really strange phenomenon. it's fairly recent. i would imagine as a consequence of the fact. Productions of increased as manufacturing has really developed over the last couple of centuries. But we seem to be increasingly on this relentless pursuit of more and more things. And that's really what drove me to start writing a book about. What's the motivation. Oh yeah what's interesting is that we don't just own staff but we often find ourselves bewildered that we own so much stuff almost as if we didn't have agency acquiring all the stuff ourselves so we look around us and we see how could i possibly have collected all the stuff around me. Yeah well that's kind of the reasoning behind the title of the book possessed and it's a play on words because you know say possessions are the things that we own but i'm also alluding to the fact that this is almost as if there's a sort of little demon inside his which is compelling us to go for more things like this irrational little monster who who controls our consumption.
Biden Administration Closes Two ICE Facilities After Allegations of Abuse
"And Customs Enforcement is closing to detention centers, one in Georgia and another in Massachusetts due to concerns over health and safety standards. CBS is Nicole scandal with more on the Massachusetts facility. State officials found that Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson and his staff used excessive force, including canines, flash bangs, pepper spray and riot shields against ice detainees last year. Prince
Biden Administration Closes Two ICE Facilities After Allegations of Abuse
"The Department of Homeland Security's ended the ice contract that it had with the Bristol County Sheriff's Office. This comes after an investigation by attorney General More Healy's office it found The sheriff's office violated the civil rights of detainees during an incident in May of 2020 in a statement, the agent praised the decision, saying their extensive investigation and advocacy have made it clear that the sheriff's office is not willing to take any steps to protect the rights and safety of detainees. Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson, calling the move shameful and says it puts citizens at risk. Department of Homeland Security also canceled its contract with a nice facility in
US Ends Use of 2 Immigration Jails Accused of Mistreatment
"Jo Bonnin has terminated the Department of Homeland Security's ice contract with the Bristol County Sheriff's Office. They're ordering ice to stop using a detention center in North Dartmouth, saying it is no longer needed. It comes after a federal probe into alleged mistreatment of immigrant detainees. The stem from an original investigation, and ABI Attorney General Maura Healey. Massachusetts congressional delegation of plotted the decision in a joint statement saying the closure was a victory for detainees and their families. The
"bristol wanna" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast
"That we should call it. Like the sheldon cooper from the big bang theory selling could provide. Yes out early and i think you know just in terms of character development. I think they did a really good job in showing his character learning to embrace the process in the journey of having friends and relationships along the way and not just being so hyper focused on working getting his nobel prize. So when you look in for like friends to hold you accountable who would you What would you have them. Heck pasta may help. Because i know when i talked to my parents. It is like Whatever is this really important. And it's like kinda has really been really important so it depends on what it is you're trying to achieve but there's lots of different ways like for example for me. When i started my business i joined a group of other people who are doing a solo preneurs right people starting their own businesses and we were all doing very different businesses but because we were on a similar journey we could call each other out on like they were able to camilla who cares about the f. in funnel if you're not actually talking to anyone. There's no point in having a perfect funnel like they were able to call me out on. You're trying to get this so perfectly laid out but you actually haven't ought to someone like you're missing the whole point in so it's it's helpful to have a group of people it's it's something very specific like starting a business or a blog Even school if it's a specific subject area but in general if it's you know from piggy friends and family Wanna get someone who you can trust and you feel safe with. I think that's one of the key exists. This needs to be a safe person. Because sometimes people do say her will and so we need. We need to know that we're talking to someone who genuinely cares about us in has our back because when they call us out on something it means it's more meaningful And someone who Like what you shared is I keep checking google every day and trying to see where my ranking is and my immediate thought is what are you making me. Are you making being something about you. So if you have a friend who can have that conversation with you. At that level you are so many miles ahead of everyone else. In being able to have that sounding board in that person that you can turn to And if you don't have in your life there's so many groups that kind of creating form those relationships out there different how. I think there's like a lot of names come to mind and But yeah i definitely yeah. I can't believe. I finally hit the nail on the head even at the running our lives in my jones during the last few months i second piece put the puzzle piece together there but as yet there is on top of goes because like you see all these celebrities out there now compare myself this larry by any means because i'm a noxious we see. Yeah but i wanted like i wanted to. I'm gonna have my name knowledge gas to get myself more authority I mean authority in the bad way but just like a. He's actually a a well-known Public speaker motivational speaker and he has a love bio myself as i can. I know i can control any of that but it has kind of makes me like only guesses show. They weren't Zaken persuade but i can do anything about it and The the the speak a few times. It's that control right. Like i hear you say i know i can't control that. The mental perfectionists. Right that will do. It's logically. I know it but feeling like bristol wanna try. I know it can't control what they think of me. But i still want to try to control what they think of me by doing everything. Just right and just great in perfectly. They're going to be like. Wow this is amazing. And that's one of the traps that perfectionists fall into and so one of the ways that i will conceptualize perfectionism is about control. It's you're trying to control the outcome right. If i do everything just right then. It's going to be just fine. You're not really worried. This is my perfectionist heartening delegating. it's about controlling. How other people see us. If i don't make any mistakes. Everything is perfect than no one's going to judge me or criticizing and they're gonna think i'm awesome right. Ns about controlling my own feelings If i do everything. And i noticed good enough in our office. And i don't have to like be anxious and i don't have to be stressed because i know i'm doing everything so there's nothing that a perfectionist hates more than not being in control not having that control and kind of being in the state of uncertainty in. This is where a lot of people were kind of down under perfectionism in other areas when something is out of their control. And that's why like one of my other tips that all always ask people this question and you gotta learn to ask yourself. This question is what am i making. This mean i keep checking google rankings. What am i making. It mean about myself being really honest. What's the meaning Because you hopefully you'll learn to get this place where you can accept like this is something that's out of my control. I need to focus on what i can't control and that second piece of talking about i need to learn to enjoy the journey. Enjoy the process. While i'm at it and so i was curious How do you know when you been like a game. Burnt down like i know. I'm feeling kind of bread. Dow not not mr anything at all the podcast interview edge as more like i. Don't let's say.
Fantasy NASCAR Martinsville Picks
"Rowdy dragging joining you once again for this week's final weekly fantasy update well. We're fresh off the dirt race. How the heck was that was an awesome show. Greeted picks. Didn't help many of you out for sunday's race things like that are going to happen. Two of the best duke it out and we get to do it all again next year. So as the rain delay pushed the race to monday. I've found that. I was unable to break away from my weekday grind and get those live stage leaders in giving your do props once again. So the two of you know who you are and good job props t anyway. Let's take a look and see who dominated the race at bristol in the dirt. This week's winner for the final ap weekly fantasy league is kenneth. Wins edging out. Pit rose speeders by one point with a score of two hundred four points. Nicely done so now. Let's take a look at some pics martinsville where racing saturday night under the lights. I'm going to change it up a little bit. Let's take a look at who i think are the top drivers for each manufacturer. This week will start with toyota. The number eleven denny hamlin. He's got five. Wins here at this track. Fifteen top five and thirty races. You're looking at a fifty percent chance of the top five with this guy. Last year he got bonus points in both stages in the final race of the season. None in the june race. But that doesn't scare me away from using danny for saturday nights race under the lights are right now. Let's take a look at the ford driver. The number twelve ryan blaney. He edges out his teammates from me this week based off his last couple of years he looks real good at martinsville with two back to pack second-place finishes hasn't finished out of the top five since two thousand eighteen and he also collected bonus points in all stages in both races last year and
The Half Mile Of Mayhem Returns
"Coming off of a rare nascar off weekend and before that bristol. The short-track action with dirt. Now we're looking ahead to this weekend. Martinsville speedway is under the lights and they name it the half mile of mayhem. Of course they are known for their hotdogs and enough are sold in one weekend to go around the track nine times or one trip to mars.
Daily - Fantasy NASCAR Bristol Recap
"Dominated the race at bristol in the dirt. This week's winner for the final ap weekly fantasy league is kenneth. Wins edging out. Pit rose speeders by one point with a score of two hundred four points. Nicely done so now.
Logano describes the Bristol Dirt styles
"Mondays bristol dirt winter. Joy llegado is on the seventh different winner. This season and this race win was a different style of racing. for sure. You know in the bottom. You can keep a straight in kind of go around. You know kind of like asphalt on the bottom up top. You've gotta have. The car pitched out running around. So you know you definitely two different styles of racing so And driving in the car. And so you're you're you're trying to hold off. Danny you're trying to save your tires for the long run And that was a pretty pretty tough challenge for a second and then Working cars at the end was also a challenge while and You know luckily we were able to get through Those cars and And fight them off on that final restart didn't want see. It lasts caution but You know the first team to be able to win on dirt in a cup series You know fifty years or so. That's something that that. I'm very proud of her proud of this team. Because this weekend coming into the week you just don't know where i said. That's the phrase of the week. I don't know coming into this and you didn't know what she had to work on your car. He didn't know how the race is going to play out. You don't know how their tracks change and it's just you know watching and studying and getting into dirt car for a few races and in volusia running a heat race here. We go so you all that kind of helped out and played out for us. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series win if you can believe it and rockets his team into the playoffs with that win.
Clinical trials underway to test jab efficacy for children in the UK
"Some queued for hours outside wall substitute library for walk. In short of the coluna virus vaccine. Three thousand jobs were given here during the day earlier. This week it was announced that fifty seven percent of all adults in the uk been given at least one shot but now could the nation's children also joining the lines. Trials are apparently on the way. Our deputy political editor. Nicholas cecil has stored nicholas. How young are we talking about here. Well at the moment scientists and health experts in bristol. The building children's vaccine said they have a study underway involving children who are teenagers. And this is a study using the astra zeneca jab. They're expecting shortly to be given the go ahead to start recruiting younger children as young as five and the reason why they're doing these trials is that so far all. The clinical trials have been adults to check that the vaccine was safe and worked in adults. And now they're checking out with it. It'd be equally safe and effective for for for children for people under eighteen benegas. Do we need to give children a virus facts. Because i thought you know the whole point of them. Going back to school was because young people don't get the serious effects of covid nineteen if the contract. This is a very interesting ethical question children as you say if they do get grown virus they are very unlikely to get the disease severely. But there's a big issue here of nuts about the circulation of the virus so this study will look at whether the vaccine works in children and then the the experts expect decision by the government in the summer about whether to start vaccinating children and professor. Adam finn who's from bristol university one of the leading experts on this. He was explaining that to vaccinate children just for the benefit of other people that that could be questionable and he would feel uncomfortable about that but he explained that actually if vaccinating children meant that the disease was kept under control and that meant that schools could reopen safely in september then there would be a benefit to children and therefore actually giving the jabs to children we would be beneficial only to them but also society
Why is Joey Logano excited this week?
"Lagana was of course the seventh different cup series winner. This season after his win on the bristol dirt on monday your exciting race A lot of different things happening throughout it But you know. I think that the biggest thing was just being methodical throughout the race You know for for us. We had a good Shell pennzoil mustang one. That was probably the best at on the long run Last fifteen twenty laps of is where we really shining Yes i was just trying to make sure i had some tires on it for that moment and the thought in my mind at least was get two cars per per run If i can get a couple of a couple more get a couple more You know. I'll be in position to win this race and You know was able to pounce at the right times and get my sore is which is a lot of fundraising him We're friends so it was pretty cool to see and then You know being able to to maintain the lead and race. Any there at the end was nuts and they watered down the race trag ascertains. It's dirt racing man. You just don't know what you're going to have next and you're you're forced to figure something out quickly so tj spotted a good job at. Tell me where danny was. And i tried moving up but you know it takes such a different driving style to make that work. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series win if you can believe it. And he rockets his team into the playoffs with that win.
Joey Logano Wins Inaugural Bristol NASCAR Cup Series Dirt Race
"And air that comes from NASCAR's first dirt race and 51 years, Joey Logano wins the first ever NASCAR Cup series dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway. They're going to run it again next year on the dirt, but likely in the evening because it was so dusty of
What drivers said after Bristol Cup dirt race
"Nascar completed the dirt race at bristol. Monday with joy. Logano taking the checkered flag driver denny. Hamlin took third right behind. Ricky stenhouse junior danny tells nascar the marbles top. Were not his friend. I was kinda guessing. But i mean i thought i just couldn't on that last restart running. Run the top in heart. But you know they didn't prep it inbetween cautious before so it was just marbles up there but probably so fedex cambridge team thought. I had a shot. They're cut the twenty two too many breaks there when he was cutting us off. And i just you know data that a little better car look like out there in the long run but his team is our third best again. The bristol race was the first dirt race for nascar cup series since nineteen seventy
NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins
"Nascar cup series racing from bristol dirt it was dirty dusty and also thrilling. Let's run things down ten to one. These are the survivors. Let's be honest. Chase elliott eric jones ryan blaney with a mangled race. At number eight tyler. Rettig william byron. Ryan newman at number five daniels. Warez wa. What a car. He led fifty eight laps said after the race. He had no idea what he was doing. Out there for his best finish of the season denny hamlin his sixth top. Five the season and ricky stenhouse junior one of those so called dirt aces to victory lane. We've got seven different winners this season. Can you believe it joey. Logano is in the history books taking the win at the bristol. Dirt race of twenty twenty. One at team penske goes back to back. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series victory. And his first win of the season for the twenty two
Logano takes the checkered flag in a haze of Bristol dirt
"It was a race a half century in the making so of course a guy with almost no experience on dirt tracks when when NASCAR's first Cup series race and third in fifty years that was Joe Willock auto start the weekend here you don't know what's coming your way you have no idea and to be able to do you'll figure it out you know somewhat and and be able to you know figure out where to speedy throughout practice a ball of all the guys did a tremendous job figure that out for me the girl had a spirited battle with Denny Hamlin throughout the final fifty laps I got a fantastic restart with two laps to go to that his first win of the year Ricky Stenhouse junior closed fast to finish second we got it was the seventh dipper winner in seven races this season Brett McMillan Bristol Tennessee
Kill the Bill Manchester protest: 18 arrested after protesters block tram lines
"Legislation. Kate Barker has more from London. Police clearing protesters staging a sit in on tram tracks in the city of Manchester, 18. People were arrested. There were also demonstrations in a number of other English cities, including Bath, Brighton and Cambridge. The kill the bill protests as they're called, refer to legislation that would tighten policing of even peaceful demonstrations. But the bill is also a colloquial term for the police in Britain and Earlier protests in the city of Bristol turned ugly, with some police officers injured by a hardline faction. Among the protesters throwing bottles, eggs and rocks for NPR news. I'm Vicki Barker in London. U. S futures contracts to trading lower at this hour. DOW futures contract Down
NASCAR’s dirt race at Bristol becomes muddied
"NASCAR will literally be getting dirty this afternoon for the first time in 51 years. The Cup series will run on dirt for today's food city dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Several NASCAR drivers have backgrounds and dirt racing Kyle Larson among them Normally a cup series run around the bullring is 500 laps That's cut in half with this afternoon's food City dirt race at Bristol Green Flag waves at 3:30 P.m..
"bristol wanna" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Do well. It's riddle time here at quirks in courts. How many mathematicians does it take to brew Better Cup of Espresso? Well according to the research paper in my hands right now. The answer isn't a joke. Apparently it's ten sort of I mean not. All of them were mathematicians physicists and material scientists as well Oh and a Barista Krista with a science bent. They came together to challenge common coffee wisdom. They're convinced that math is the secret to brewing an espresso that is greater greater than in terms of flavor but less than in terms of coffee used go figure here to explain his Dr Christopher Hendin. He's an assistant assistant. Professor of chemistry from the University of Oregon. Hi Welcome to quirks in quirks. Hi Bob thanks for having me. So what's wrong with the current method of brewing espresso. People do it all the time. Nothing in particular is wrong with it actually. We've just realized that there is a routine Circumstance that one might find themselves in where they have an excellent coffee one day and then the next day they come in and everything seemingly the same same cafe same Bristol same everything and you have variation in the next shot. It doesn't taste the same now for better or worse. Maybe we enjoy the variation but indeed. The problem is deeply rooted in Mathematics Chemistry and physics. Okay so I can understand some Chemistry involved here. Where does the mathematics come in? The problem of extracting from coffee is simply one of transferring mass from a solid particle of coffee into the liquid which we think of as water but we call it coffee at the end of the day and we can solve the equations for describing. How much coffee wind up within our water simply by using mathematics so the the basis of of our experiments was we keep a constant brew ratio? which is the ratio of coffee to water so initially we would use twenty grams of coffee and push forty grams of water through that coffee coffee bed and then monitor what we've extracted the percentage of coffee that ends up dissolved in water and on average most coffee sits around twenty percent? And so you can imagine. There's an eighty eighty percent waste there and essentially what we do then is we vary the grind size for a given brewery show and we start grinding at conventional espresso grind settings which are quite fine fine and progressively ground coarser and coarser and by doing so that allows us to isolate when the water is flowing evenly through this compacted bed of coffee. And when it's flowing unevenly and we find that AH fine grind settings the water's flowing unevenly in it's negatively impacting the extraction yield. The fine grind doesn't work. It's uneven. What what do you mean by that when you Are Grinding Finer and finer. You produce more of these small pieces and eventually when you have a critical number of them they start to clump and they form very dense little regions in your espresso basket. Good and the water cannot penetrate that that region the espresso basket evenly. And so you end up having water move around that but not through the clump and what you need of courses is water to touch the coffee evenly in order to extract evenly. Oh really because I would have thought that by grinding the coffee finer. You're exposing more area to the water you know you're you're spot on actually. That was our hypothesis at the beginning so back in two thousand sixteen when he first conceived this project it was myself in the first author who is a Barista Michael Co Cameron who actually had described Procedure trying hoping in fact that we could really predict The extraction based on surface area that we would get from from our grinder and you know we thought. Oh that's going to be trivial because the EU we can measure the surface area and therefore we should be able to parameters this easily but indeed We found that this clumping phenomenon that we observed was actually Sort of what makes this study truly unique because it turns out that most people are doing coffee on the side of uneven extraction now for better or worse may have positive or negative impact on flavor. And that's up to the consumer of course and we're not trying to modernize the flavor but we're simply trying to make that flavor that they alike reproducible. So what was your optimum size. So it's very difficult to describe the size of coffee grinds grounds by you know by words so we use laser diffraction device. That the monitors these to give you an idea when I say course I don't mean course like a French press corps I mean compared to an espresso grind. This this is only marginally more coarse but to a coffee. Professional a Barista for example. This is tectonically different. This is like day and night but to the human i. It's very difficult to see the difference. Now that's that's the course of the grind. What about the amount of water that used right? So that's another variable that we then can modify we. We don't present Using or modifying the water volume in a vacuum we much prefer to talk about the two parameters which are the mass of coffee that you can change and the mass some water that you can change and they sort of act together and so so You know if you have a given amount of water and you use a little less coffee than the extraction for that amount of coffee goes up up and if you use a little less water extraction for goes down the concentration goes up and so these two parameters you can play with to achieve a beverage of whatever volume oh you mean like in the most reproducible way possible okay. So once you figure all of this out one of the benefits to bring it your way there I I see the benefits threefold so the the first and most important is perhaps that you end up inevitably using less coffee. The second is that you are able bowl to produce these shots of espresso very quickly so the mathematics also informed us that the extraction of coffee happens on a much faster time scale l. than than we had initially thought convention says we should be brewing shots espresso. You know thirty five or forty seconds and indeed we are now proposing. These shots could run his his fastest ten seconds but they still get these same high extractions and the final and perhaps the most important benefit is that this procedure enables is the Barista to be able to present the flavor profile that they want to present to you in a reproducible way. This way removing the variation in removing the blame from the the human. If you like and you're placing the squarely on did the Bristol WanNa present chocolate notes hints of Raspberry or did they intend for lemon and Bergamot and watermelon these sorts of flavors. And that that's what makes the coffee industry. Unique is the flavor diversity and if we now know that the variability in the Espresso has been removed. We can now start making opinions educated opinions about whether we like Ethiopian coffee more than Kenyan coffee and so forth. Okay now. This is all great as a scientific scientific experiment in the lab. But do you have Direct evidence here. Have you done taste tests sun on your method so we are not sensory scientists so we haven't sat down and asked a trained panel of tasters to assess qualities of the espresso produced using our method versus the conventional method. However in two thousand seventeen? Seventeen when I first moved to the University of Oregon I worked closely with local cafes to implement this procedure to reduce the amount of coffee. They're using while simultaneously allowing allowing them to convey the flavor profiles that they wanted to convey over the last two years we've been monitoring every metric possibly monitor yelp reviews in-person questioning testing of customers And we've actually seen in the improvement in description of the espresso that was being produced With all the all the cafes that I've worked worked with we've implemented this and they haven't gone back since we've started two years ago knuckleheads and thank you very much. That's my pleasure. Thank you for having Me Dr. Dr Christopher Henderson is an assistant professor of chemistry from the University of Oregon. Hello Coffee Mild.
"bristol wanna" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Miami since then since then Mike Golic senior has owed suge that's a gluten massage all of this was done without Subas knowledge he his body was put on the line and he had no say in the matter but that doesn't change the the fact that a bet is a bet so we've found a facilitator of sorts Michael Junior is going to help facilitate vis debt being paid off we have our television producer Lorenzo up in Bristle there to document the whole thing Lorenzo have there been any on the scene developments is of Polish texts exchange I mean yes there's always developments this briscoe baby a now is no no no no no it it's not going to have a few tells in my bag you need to see Lorenzo's face a he's going he looks like he was at a tanning salon like he is so were you on a few shades darker than than I than I should be here in Brazil just gushing like it's weird radiant he's he's wearing a suit like he's next was in a suit he's the only person in any of these buildings were not wearing a suit billy you dress for the job you want not the half I've always heard that I wanNA run a chick Fillet Renzo has been vp of this episode. So far let's go out to Sebastian Sebastian you're on over at Bristol WanNa talk about ESPN crossovers with show that I wanNA see getting some floor here also maybe have already McCall starts this clean now waiting on all right first off is Paul Finebaum show with people as a permanent guest fun bonds done at Charlotte though Oh remote we can do remark that one P and p and then they will gain at Bristol depends yes drain off Mustang all right so we'll cain instead of Dan it Dan Guerrero Canaan he's he I don't understand that show I'm not sure what the pitches there Sebastian so you just want to replace and with Wilkinson quite once a week oh my God I just thought of a great name for a ban Dan Kane if you say it fast it sounds like Dante Kate.
"bristol wanna" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"So he was more like the gang leader and he had this kind of gang of kung FU students slash followers and they would meet together and he would show him some moves, but then get them to Spar together so he could make himself better. And if in the in those early years, his primary goal was he wanted to be the best martial artist in the world and they were there to help him as opposed to the other way around. That was another common theme throughout Bruce life. Like these big ambitious goals, he set for himself. It's like I'm going to be the best in the entire world. And later on, we get to the twos, like he said, I'm going to be bigger than Steve McQueen. I mean, I mean, the guy just had head him Bishen. Yeah, I think that's one of the things I sort of admire most about Bruce is that most people get to America from another country and they're just thinking, how can I survive you know your, there's all these stories of people who were doctors in Iran, and they're driving a cab and then their dream is that their children will do better. Bristol, Bristol, wanna, wait around. He wasn't. He wasn't going to wait for the next generation to make an America it soon as he landed. He was like, I'm going to be the biggest come FU instructor in America schools all over the country, and I'm going to be the best martial artists the world's ever seen. And then as as you mentioned, when he got a break in Hollywood, he didn't just think I'd like to be a working actor who gets parts here and there. He was like, I want to be the biggest movie star in the entire world as an Asian guy in nineteen sixties Hollywood, which was completely impossible because Asians barely could get any parts on TV let alone. A starring role in a movie. So Bruce had an innate sort of self confidence that's in a way staggering when you look back at it. So these in these kung FU schools like he had one going on, that's where he met his wife, Linda, correct. That's right. So he had given a lecture at the high school where Linda tended, and she had noticed him because he's a handsome guy. He he was flashy dresser and she thought he was kind of big city Schumer. He reminded her a star of west side story. And so because she immediately had a crush on him, she went and found the canoe school where he was teaching at the time and became one of his students. And so she was really sort of a disciple of BRUCE'S before they start dating survey. We have another aspect and we'll get into this to Bruce. He was a ladies man like he was an in. What was the pricing the time? You know, they're in the fifties and sixties says time when there was, you know, interracial dating or. Looked down upon like it did matter. Like went all women what didn't went out of their from Hong Kong or from Washington, like there was something about him that that was attractive. That's right. Percent game, you know he was. He was. He was a child actor. He had a tremendous amount of charisma. And so while his brother was the introverted studious one, Bruce was the life of the party. He was the extroverted troublemaker, and I think that a lot of charisma is the sense of danger any carried that with him and that kind of Frisian excited, you know the coeds around. And so he never had a problem getting a date. He always dated beautiful sort of flashy girls until he met Linda. She was much more serious and thoughtful than the typical girl's that he dated. But yeah, he had. He was the ladies man. He really was. So he starts these kung FU schools. He in the process to you also marries Linda because she gets pregnant and now. That was a big deal because her family was dead set against her being married to an Asian American, which you know Linda says, no, I, I love them..
"bristol wanna" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Back to add the poster so we're talking about everify and there were so many questions i have one i understand or i assume and may maybe i'm role i am i don't have a problem with being role at bristol wanna continue to be wrong i assume most businesses oppose using e verify for way to verify whether a person is either a citizen authorized to work legally in the united states is that correct my something i don't i don't think that it's correct i mean i i don't know of any least in the fast food business in the quick service restaurant business i think people were happy to use it because it's w when you've got 'cause he's got a a staff of people and um and you know work goes around at an ice agents throwing to show up and you know on the percentage of them disappear and never come back you've lost people that use invested time timing that you've train did it become a part of your business that you've gotten to know so it's not it's not a plus for businesses to hire uh people that are not your legally because it can really do disruptive to your business so i would i would think fit all businesses would be enthusiastic about using verify particularly uh distances that have a high percentage possibility of people that are people working up more than that there may be with a labour shortage you may find built for example infrastructure now there's a there's they're unable to find enough people to work those jobs are there's a lot of opening so you may have people who would be resistant to using it because of with reduce their labor force but i don't think that's a good reason not to use it i think people should hire people that are here legally known on whether they should or not is is we we are totally in agreement uh obviously but the chambers of commerce have not been big supporters of the use of everify the republicans almost never mentioned it as as a big deal look we all know is vast number of illegal immigrants who in fact are working in the.
"bristol wanna" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Coalition is up there with linda fan in in nancy ruined the rest of them and uh they camp out so they get the the prime seats by which it okay that's the right it's a privilege to clinch unable to get their earlier we we have to get up there and and make it known that there are a lot of people rhode island that value the gun rights on now having said that you're right people have to step up and say i want to make a difference in the state and not just for gun rights i wanna make a difference in the state because i don't like the direction it's going in and i said just a little while ago two progresses are making a serious move to make this state even blower than it is now diane goalie and that's a that's a real danger and one of the since i believe that they are so adamant about in obsessed with gun control is they know darn well that when their full agenda is implemented and people realized after liberties are gone they would rise up in rebellion and they cannot have an arm citizenry and put their full agenda in place yep every great joy after great but this is why i say this is due guy here you know there's a lot of good independent republic fifty seats we just got to get the people out it's a really cool want bristol wanna ron and it actually put the effort into running you could put up you can stay you wanna weinstein i'll be kicking signatures and put up a few signs but if you don't go doortodoor knocking every week every day of the minute others fell on your free tiny election you're not gonna win the sky we are the perfect example of that was seventy and john pag larini you know i think he wrested tagliarini rested on his laurels and and now didn't go door to door and it wasn't aggressive enough figuring that he was already in and he he was going to be the guy and they got swooped outright from under him because he didn't put the effort in the end that happened i mean i know i rate the mean you know ref back at the you know he's always be everybody pretty handily and i realize time is independent i funded my own campaign with a thousand dollars and i went door knocking knocked on seven thousand doors you know what about four months and i stand within three percent and they made a mistake that in the.