32 Burst results for "Bucci"

Taking Teenage Boys to Europe Is a Waste of Time

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:46 min | Last month

Taking Teenage Boys to Europe Is a Waste of Time

"Never take teenage boys to europe. It's a waste of time and money don't do it. They don't care about a statue of david. I thought it was gorgeous. They just laughed for like two hours. Balls thought it was when they as funny. We went to italy and my wife studied italian for a year so she could speak and everything. So i'm in the gym and i'm on the treadmill and it went faster. It said difficult. And i thought i can speak italian if i add vow and cop an attitude. So we're in coamo. I know we're there waiting for the boat to come. What whatever the ferry and my wife's looking trying to figure out. I asked when it's going to arrive and i just leaned in and went to both deep worked was our interpreter for a week. Because when you go on lake como every boat driver goes you like george clooney's house. They're obsessed with. George clooney pitchers in every restaurant of george so after the ten time i just yells at the guy a sick clooney. I- heard him under his breath. Go bungee folk into bucci. We went to rome. Okay so roma's unbelievable i. We were in the roman coliseum and my wife and i are having the time of our life its history. Its role my god. My son eighteen the time. No exaggeration literally said this. Is this really much our gonna.

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Canadian police discriminated against mother of slain Indigenous man, watchdog says

Native America Calling

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Canadian police discriminated against mother of slain Indigenous man, watchdog says

"Independent watchdog for the royal canadian mounted police found that the force racially discriminated against the mother of an indigenous man who was killed in two thousand sixteen has down carpenter reports. The twenty two year old was killed by a white farmer in saskatchewan. The incident took place during the summer of two thousand sixteen colton. Bucci was shot and killed when an suv. He was writing in traveled onto the property of gerald stanley. Near biggar saskatchewan stanley was charged with second degree murder. He was acquitted by a jury in two thousand and eighteen. He had testified that he fired warning shots and that his gun just went off an independent review found. Rcmp officers acted hurtful e when they informed bush's mother debbie battiste of his death when she had broke down in tears. They told her to get it together and questioned whether she had been drinking. They smelled her breath in searched her home. The complaints commission said on a second occasion they inappropriately visited bush's wake to update his mother. On the case. Perry belgarde the national chief of the assembly of first nations says the ruling by the complaints commission brought a sense of vindication for debbie baptiste. But she did say she experienced racism and discrimination. In nobody would believer the rcmp dismissed it but this independent oversight body proved it. They treated her with racism and discrimination and she persevered through that and now that we know that the big question is how do we fix. It has implemented almost all of the recommendations that stemmed from the reviews. Prime minister justin trudeau said the way the bucci family was treated was unacceptable. And the lawyer for the mother. Debbie baptiste says. Systemic racism underlines the entire case for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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The Even More Minimum Wage working at Olive Garden

Planet Money

02:10 min | 3 months ago

The Even More Minimum Wage working at Olive Garden

"Back when she was in high school caroline. Zola was working at mcdonalds in houston texas trying to save money for college but all of her friends were working at other restaurants where they got tips. They got to lead every night with like cash and they would say. Oh my gosh i win and i made one hundred dollars on one night and i was like wow. She starts playing for su- positions and she gets hired at all guarded. I did go in with some sort of Blind optimism. And i was like oh this is so cool. Because they're so busy all the time it'll be it'll be great But it was a lot. It was a lot harder there than i had anticipated it to be part of why it was so much. Harder is because of olive garden is known for like if you know one thing about olive garden. It's the breadsticks unlimited breadsticks breadsticks forever. Overload and unlimited soup and unlimited salad. I think a lot of people don't realize that The servers olive garden. Make the salad and soup themselves which we need to have a party and people want different things they want extra this and this on the side it makes it very complicated you but the money could be good on busy days like the weekends. She can make twenty five dollars an hour but then there were the slow days if you're standing there and you're not getting any work not getting any tables. You just know that you're absolutely wasting your time. It's like oh man. it's very frustrating. For sure the worst part was customers who would leave next nothing tips or actually nothing when someone just disregards you by not leaving you anything it it is. It's hurtful like you know. Yeah after having looked you in the eye for exactly yes and smile with you and talk with you and kind of joke with you and then it's just like well i don't care how you bucci says it wasn't just the feeling of disrespect that bummed her out. It was also the fact that her entire financial wellbeing was completely dependent on these strangers. That's because olive garden was paying her. The federal minimum wage for tipped workers. Two dollars thirteen cents like that measly little like a handful of change to does and thirteen

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Mori to resign Tokyo Olympics over sexist remarks

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Mori to resign Tokyo Olympics over sexist remarks

"Tokyo olympics chief yoshiro mori is expected to step down tomorrow. After facing criticism for making sexist comments japanese media reports that maurice likely to be replaced by subway recover bucci the former japan football association president and mayor off. The olympic village seen small race remarks around four hundred tokyo twins twenty volunteers have quits and an online campaign against maurice attracted almost one hundred and fifty thousand

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Mississippi sheriff’s deputy dies after shootout with suspect

Jim Bohannon

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Mississippi sheriff’s deputy dies after shootout with suspect

"Deputy has been killed in the line of duty. Sending Michael Buchi responded to a disturbance call on once he arrived on scene. He was shot by the suspect. Another deputy, then arrived on scene when the suspect started shooting at him as well. The deputy then fired back, striking the suspect. Both lieutenant Gucci and the suspect were airlifted to a hospital. Sheriff Ricky Adams says Lieutenant Booty later succumb to his injuries. Lieutenant Bucci was an eight year law enforcement veteran and veteran of the United States Air Force where he served in Operation Desert Storm border Tailor Rue Block of

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Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic

Environment: NPR

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic

"Russia's President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency in a remote Arctic. Region of Russia in that region, twenty thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled into a river two weeks ago. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim. The accident took place at a power plant and no risk, an industrial city north of the. Arctic circle almost. Two thousand miles from Moscow, or than six hundred workers are now collecting the mixture of oil and Water Natalia Karma Nov.. Local environmentalists says it could take decades for the delicate Arctic ecosystem to recover the Snow Shania. She told the Redux Youtube. Channel that toxins could enter the food chain, affecting not only aquatic life, but also the reindeer population. Four employees of the power plant have been arrested on charges of violating environmental regulations Bucci Saddam. Thursday a spokesman for Russia's investigative committee sit on state TV that neural six mayor was being charged with negligence. The accident has been compared to the nineteen eighty nine Exxon Valdez spill. The one big difference is that the diesel fuel has not reached the open sea Sergei cheng-kuo is a chief operating officer of neural SC Nickel which owns the fuel tank. He blames global warming Thawing Permafrost Denise it I'm syndrome. Magic Captain Sandwiches Right, and obviously it's actually go back on the ground in a call with investors. This week he promised the company would start monitoring the permafrost below its facilities I am repeating again the going through February monitoring. For now. Norilsk Nickel is focused on the cleanup. It estimates the cost at one hundred fifty million dollars Lucian. Kim Npr News Moscow.

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Revisiting the Archive: Joyce Hunter

Making Gay History

06:44 min | 1 year ago

Revisiting the Archive: Joyce Hunter

"So here's the seem. Joyce greeted me at her apartment door in sunnyside queens with a smile at the time. Joyce was just shy of fifty and had close cropped curly. Dark hair and wore large wire rim glasses. She was dressed in dark slacks and a button down shirt. She led me into bright living room. We took our seats and I attached microphone to her collar. Press Record interview with Joyce Hunter of the Hedrick Martin Institute on December Ninth Friday. Nineteen eighty eight locations. Sunnyside queens interviewer is Eric. Marcus tape one side one house. One in Staten Island nineteen thirty nine. I was born in a home for unwed mothers. My mother and father were not married. My mother was in what the Docs Ju plant. And My mother by the way was sixteen sixteen successors Kinda young and My mother got ill with Hepatitis. And then we were taken away when my mother was in the hospital. Today they call them group homes in those days. They called the more jobs though. Your parents were in dead from the time that I was five until I was fourteen. I was in. Did you have any sense during those years that you were somehow different? Different different definitely different. Especially when I was around ten I knew but you know you don't know what it is and it was like number one. They used to take us into movies every Saturday and that was crazy. Only about the women was only thing that I would focus on. You know what it is. You recognize difference before you recognize Sameness and I didn't feel the same as everybody else. So fourteen. You left the orphanage. I went to my mother and father in the Bronx new projects growing up in the Bronx on the streets of the Bronx. Is You hear everything? And then you get your first word Faggot and Queer. It scared the. Helen thought that somebody was going to come after me. I don't think that anybody knew although the way I you know I don't look much different is kind of like quote Unquote Bucci Looking. But I don't think they made the connection because I was very quiet and I tend not to at that time. Speak a lot believe it or not and then I went to a period grabbing. Talk A lot. They will went to therapy Tried to commit suicide at Seventeen. I was in a in a situation. That was pretty violent Very Abusive Yeah. And so that was a factor not being able to. I missed the kids from the home. You know they were eight years you know and I didn't like being very was so. The homosexuality was a factor. Family situation was a factor and I just thought it would be easier to be dead into live. My mother was like banging on the door. I stopped and she took me to the hospital and I never went back home since that was the last time. I was now when you were seventeen years old. Yeah I spend my eighteenth birthday state hospital so you so you saw psychiatrists there though. Once he served time. They're really I swear to God. That's how it was to me. I was away from a year. I guess when I came out I started seeing a therapist and I didn't WanNa be gay and I didn't want everybody to hate me. I wanted it to go away and some therapists said well. If you get married it it'll go away and I I well I wanted to believe it so I didn't at eighteen. I went and got married to a really nice guy. Did it go away no. I was married one year and then I met. I met this woman my first adult over while I was married. I knew it was never going away and I fell in love with a woman and I kept it a secret. I mean I was so I had never experienced any kind of feeling like that ever. You know not with no guy but it took me thirteen years to leave. The marriage and had two children did you. You must have felt trapped terribly trapped when I decided to come out. It was either killing myself or coming out but I had the kids and the kids kept me from doing such a thing and So I came out and I was a much better parent for it. I have a wonderful relationship with my kids today. Did you go to any of the early? Gay Pride Marches. I didn't go to the first one I was. Not there. Were sixty seventy No didn't go in seventy one seventy two. Tell me a little bit about that. First March I was kind of Excited almost arrogant gay rights. Now you know and excuse me for you if you like. It was like one of the things that the movement did for me. It gave me a vehicle to express my anger what we are about everything that. I had been denied my life that I had no adolescence. My childhood was Was Rob I always say that when I come back in the next life I wanNA come out to and I want to be able to enjoy being who I am. Let me just tell you how I got involved in first place because I think that might help a little like former lover took me down to the firehouse. And this was nineteen seventy one. I remember walking in and it was. It was a women's dance and I was like really overwhelmed. I'll never forget that moment and it was exciting and to see so many gay people on the street because people coming out in street never never saw anything like that when I was growing up. I didn't think any gay people at all and I just thought I was this this odd entity you know and it was like you know a wow. That's all I could say. Oh well it's just like you showed home. I was for me. It was like coming home. This is it this is this is this is who I

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Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career

"Wanted to start. I mean everyone by now knows you know all of the amazing things you've done in Russia but I wanted to start by asking you. What was your first fashion moment? When was the moment a kind of clicked with you that this was going to be? Calm your of her. It was time longtime ago. What fashion was not consider? It was today if you say I want to work in fashion. People think you are just superficial person and one. My mother was winning French L. Each week and I was watching French L. And the like it on the really like it. But how old were you at the time? I think I was maybe twelve years or something that and I like it. I don't pages and I really like it but it's my mom. Asked me what you want to do to save up to work in? Fashion will be impossible. Okay but the essence. Click Congress and I start with French. Ed Is that so your your career there and when you started at French how What was going on in fashion at that time. What do you remember? It was amazing because my God is seen some very old ladies. It was not. We were working with advertisers. So is not the advertisers in fashion. So last page of the magazine were just seem for knitting and it was very free and we're just going to French that say designers and there's a ton we to move to each designer to make some shopping so I take also Mitchell to go to jump on who to go to Shapur peak hours a great appear office so you will meet everyone. It was easier. Because you have not was not international was not instagram's he wasn't a tweet feet so you have to move yourself. Tudjuk laws and pickup yourself and you meet the designer Oldham. Who was your favorite designer? That you used to wear sheltered papa. He's fun and Chop Wa Eze only designers at took everything as that Fashion Kentucky but football movies everything and you never talk about himself and he makes me laugh on trump were recently. He did his last shows at that because I have two two. Gophers discover acronym state. But I was very happy for him and I seen it so always sadly someone who seek is. A huge talent was because settled stop by the city was white and he did something good people eat. Very what a very nice fire we say. I guess that thing that really changed your career and kind of took it to the next level was working. Tom Ford Right. I mean he's your become international. Yeah it pushed me to speak English. Yeah yes how did you meet him? So long story was working with. Mario Testino at the time and Tom Brady was lawsuit of our assessment equals mini mini mini. Tom's to see him. And you see what is good? She we stop for which he just Apollo for. We're not interested to work for Gucci to US blowing right and that he tom Com to the studio were shooting in summer. And we're just finding westworld. Chumming so sexy. We decide to what we didn't just because he was chummy and Thomas you could be farish arming. It goes a long way right and fashion to be good with people and to be persistent. He's twenty five years. I'm working with stone. Yeah so friendship could be possible in fashion. Tom So I start with. Zinni was the first time I never did consulting before we may not know what was about you know and I work with into I compare with me and after did all this show for Tom. Olga cheese and some of son-in-law and keep using. Wow and do you have any particular angry that you think was like most kind of emblematic of that time with working with Tom in those early days of Gucci? Is there one image that you created together that one you major people forgot Twas NOT SURI FOR BUCCI was back company no SOS even for. She worked deserves a with bags bags back. Spa Lady about was part of the look and I remember I think it was. The first design not put so many bags on one way and use a single in for me. He opened William. My is it was. I note to put so often on diversity series no one show is not gossip call off as he guards God because he saw his girls are beauty. Ernie plus my customer could be Black Mukasa Maccabi Chinese so I want them to be happy to look to dream about the clothes that keeps ago. Twas her you know is hoping my mind but Jeez yeah yes. He was witty several no subtle but in the same of quitter party and we guarantee for men and boys as he was dumb and then. I know we're we're moving through your career choice quickly because there's so much to talk about but I mean your tenure for ten years at Paris folk was a defining moment. I think obviously I think your even your own personal sense of style was so reflected in the pages of that magazine and it really became mean. Your style became kind of equated with the style of French women everywhere around the world right. So what were you when you first took on that role F. French vogue I mean what was that like. I think John was very nice and crazy to give his job. Because I never do anything was ever necessarily said new jobs. So many people forty people to take care is a lot of responsibility. You know when you talk about career. Maybe something very important to people you meet in. You Live Dawar timing so I won as you say was Tom. Maybe before Tom. It was Mario because the ones that makes me understand let alone distant meet in fashion after it was Tom. And after the third one was Genita- open mitigate of French vogue and Jonathon. Let me do everything I want. Honesty give me. It was like a golden cage but I can do everything and I think because this was good and I think I'm making love it. Would he loves me do everything I want and when you're looking at fogs. He tweeted. Meaning you have to cigarette. Newton Boorda all these amazing photographer and for the eighty to ensure that push him. You know seriously this was fearless and now it's all this picture arts museum but today it would be impossible to print newton big show. Boredom picture will be very difficult because why because today it will say all because of mature be off too much nudity. GotTa Too Young. We see too much sex. We see the helps pubis She is a very small freedom sitcoms that we have today and fortunately and do you think some of that is for good. There's some there's been a lot of changes with regards the way we think about young models and the pressure to put they put under so in a way some of the changes a good. Yeah I totally agree with you me with the modal hours. Think about them like a mama so I don't think it was one model. Don't call don't be naked. Putu Kotonu hours very predictive eat. They could teak. I'm very predictive with modern but as with to put exam and You know were smoking. Smoking is a great gesture for fashion. But at the time my father was spooking. Jesmond was spooky was ways we smoke. We didn't know it was bad for thirty years. We U- secret impression today. We noticed that good so we try not to cigarettes in fashion and to a lot of singles and even we keep learning. You know what I put to Alabama Muslim scarf on the cover of magazine and after two pusher to do shows I understand something because she asked black private cabin for is like a sewer. She was ways you notice. She's boring what she asked for that. Okay do for our. We did over affinity. She was wide and I saw all these naked guards photographer taking pictures he. She's what this is not placebo. So now I say or Offer to ever out when to stop to address if I didn't think this way so also people open you eyes

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Could You Go On Shark Tank?

The Goal Digger Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

Could You Go On Shark Tank?

"Okay so I have a funny story about Kate. Ni- before I even welcome to the show. Welcome to the show Kate. They gave her happy. We still have you guys ever slid into someone's d. m. and you're like okay. I wonder what's going to happen with this because I slid indicates DM and I didn't realize some one hundred team was answering them. Which was amazing. But months later kate reaches out and she's like. Oh my gosh. We have so much in common like how we never met before and later that week we got coffee for the first time I think our husbands fell in love but even more than that we kind of created this like lifelong friendships sitting in a coffee shop hanging out and talking about life and business. Wasn't it kind of like Harry met Sally? Oh my gosh so much. I love how we emerged at like five. Pm All of us. I think we should go now for our meal at the COP. Incredible so we're GONNA talk about all different kinds of things. I am a beloved customer of your product and also a spectator of you being on shark tank. But why don't we ACCO- before all of those things and kind of hear about what you do and who you are and kind of how you got where you are today. Yeah so I think my story is probably like so many other entrepreneurs out there where I would have never thought I would own a company. One day I started out in college like Sony. You both searching for what is my passion what we WANNA do in life in. I was really into politics. So this was you know circa two thousand eight. The Obama exciting years and I was just passionate about everything involving the environment and things like that and so after college I moved out to Washington. Dc and I was working for think-tank out there. And I really love my work and I met so many great friends but I was looking to the future and sort of thinking who do I. WanNa be ten or twenty years. I was looking at my bosses in my mentor is and I just couldn't really find anybody that I thought was really lit up and living in a way that they felt good about you know they were working eighty hours a week. They were getting so much of their kind of self worth in value from the power that they felt they were doing but they seem kind of you know that sensation of just like not feeling really good about what you're doing every day. Yeah so I thought maybe this isn't actually what I WANNA do and like so many people that age you're figuring it out in so classic out of college I moved to an organic farm up in the catskills of upstate. New York and I worked as a farmer apprentice for six months. Something I was really passionate about was local food organic food sort of nourishing. Your body from the inside out have been something throughout college. I was always involved in healthy food programs and things like that so I did everything to counting Sierra. Every morning I butchered chickens intended to the vegetables and I felt there that I had found something something that really lit me up inside and but then the question was well how do I make. Our business can actually be a career. I left the farm at the end of the season. I moved back to DC and that was when I decided to move into the nonprofit world and took all these skills I learned at the farm cookie nine and growing food and things like that and I found a job at the capital area. Food Bank is wonderful organization where we served over four hundred thousand clients who are food insecure in the DC metro region and I had the incredible wonderful responsibility of working with my clients and teaching them how to eat healthy food. Cook from scratch on a budget because so many of my clients you know. They're working two or three jobs in didn't have a lot of time to be cooking a meal for their family. Especially in a way. That didn't take long time and was easy and so we are in the kitchen everyday together and we were making recipes and I did that for two or three years and it was during kind of late in my time there when I discovered this funky coverage that does everybody loves loves the level of the hate and make means. Did you see that mean the talk? One Girl Yeah here So I like everybody else's just enthralled with what is this funky drink sweet? It's our it's bubbly. I like it I hate it. I can't quite figure out but like so many people you know the more you drink it the more you're just like oh my gosh. I craved US but working at a nonprofit didn't have a big budget myself at all and so pain three to five bucks. A bottle at the store was definitely getting a little tight on the monthly income. So I set out to learn how to brew Kombucha in a bunch of my girlfriends who also worked at the bank with me where brewing in a kind of a lightbulb moment went off one day when I realized that I had been spending a few years. The Food Bank essentially developing this weird skill set. That was taking something that seems intimidating right cooking from scratch or trying to shop for and buy healthy ingredients on a budget and making it approachable. Easy Fun and there's not a lot of other things to do with that skill set and so one day. I thought well what if I could do that for Kabukicho. What if I could teach other people how to make Joe Bruin at the idea. Brunette was and is still really intimidating for some people era of you've seen scooby. It's not the prettiest thing in our pantry. Time yes yeah so it can be an intimidating thing and I thought well okay. I'm really good at making recipes that are stripped down and super simple and designed for somebody who has no experience in this activity. And of course. Like if you've ever brewed before you're not gonNA have a background in like yeast and bacteria or like what to do with it. So it became in his perfect like. Wow I actually could be really great at this. And that was the kind of the birthplace of it. I was back in two thousand thirteen. So walk me through. You have this idea. Did you go to the marketplace and like see anyone doing this? Are there kits available? Howard people learning this because a lot of times our first thing is to go to Google and check it out. What did you find? Oh yes so I go to Google and I didn't even know what took call it right so I was like. It's a Kabukicho maker. It's like how to make. And so I started. Googling around and few different kids popped up and I was like interesting idea like you could just put everything in the kit. But I couldn't find anything that jumped out to me. All the branding was pretty old school so Gary I knew that was drinking. Kombucha was twenty five hip living in cities and it seemed like they were marketing towards the older kind of Hippie who probably started like back in the sixties making Khumbu and so I saw instantly this gap in the market where there wasn't a product out there really speaking to people our age mankind of this new generation of Bucci fans. So that was my first thought was alright. Well I'm already going to be able to brandon and market. This had been something I'd been into for a very long time. It was just sort of the aesthetics creative side of branding and so I thought well that can be something and then I started kind of I would buy the kits so a great thing. Obviously when you're thinking about entering any business that you want to disrupt or become just you know an additional presence in was you gotta try out so I ordered all my competitors kits and one by one I just just like oh my Gosh. I could do this better. I could do that better. My instructions are going to be so much more clear than these end so it was kind of. I hit the ground running pretty fast after that it was from Kinda Idea. Inception to creation was maybe were five months before. I launch airspace site.

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MLB removing marijuana from list of banned substances

Brian Kilmeade

02:16 min | 1 year ago

MLB removing marijuana from list of banned substances

"Things Major League Baseball has become the first major American sports league to remove marijuana from its list of drugs that they're gonna be they're gonna test for it and might result in punishment similar to alcohol and violence policies of the changes going to factor in spring training begins and twenty twenty but they're gonna focus they say opioids fennel cocaine synthetic THC that's the stuff they're really gonna key on here marijuana is obviously not recommended surely don't want guys smoking weed so does this mean they're not entertaining stretch no but this is green and words if they they I found out that you had a couple of totes or whatever they're not gonna Bucci I would suggest sell offer some counseling over some counseling and that they're going to give you the gonna give you some some chances there may be a gift card for some cracker jacks yeah exactly like that but you know I I have to say I mean it is it is I know I granted I've never smoked pot and played baseball manned by a factor to it I had to brief experiences with it forty years ago over forty years a smaller pot pot and it it it it it's it's satisfying my curiosity very quickly that it was not going to work for may and and that was it and that's all she wrote yeah and I went on to a long illustrious career is a stroll dipper and and that that's the direction I chose to go so but is there really any performance enhancing qualities about pot that would make it make the the sport itself on an even playing field now cocaine surely yes it's gonna get jacked up I as a someone how can a slogan a joint right one of the herbal jazz cigarettes in the in the dug out there yeah and we're going to turn this game takes a long time is not does on a number to talk about these three hour game doesn't seem like it's a dragon on about four five hours here what's up with that landing we end come on

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Crying Over Spilt Milk? Americas Largest Dairy Producer Files for Bankruptcy

Business Wars Daily

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Crying Over Spilt Milk? Americas Largest Dairy Producer Files for Bankruptcy

"From one. Three I'm David Brown and this is business worse daily on this Wednesday November twentieth for anyone over with the age of thirty. The idea that milk is an industry could be in trouble once seemed unthinkable as well the notion that we might not need gas to fuel our cars or coal to run our power our plants goodness. How will they get things done? Well in the past milk wasn't so much choice as a commodity of basic household necessity. But things change in these days. These things are changing. Fundamentally witness last week's bankruptcy filing by Dean Foods America's largest producer of cow's milk and other dairy products the ninety four or your old company was founded by Samuel e Dean and Intrepid Entrepreneur who purchased the illinois-based Pekka Taneeka evaporated Milk Company in Nineteen Twenty Five. The business business grew and changed over the decades today. It owns fifty eight brands including dairy pure milk. land-o-lakes butter true move flavored milk's in friendly's ice cream now the once multibillion dollar conglomerate is struggling to stay alive with sales and profits down its stock has declined eighty percent over the last year. The company filed now for bankruptcy protection on November twelve and is exploring a sale to dairy farmers of America. That organization is a Kansas based cooperative of more than fourteen thousand dairy every farmers many of which are deemed suppliers. Dean foods blames shifting tastes for its current predicament. Quite simply Americans aren't drinking nearly as much milk as we used to. Since nineteen seventy five milk consumption has fallen by forty percent in recent years. You can pin some of the blame on the rapid rise of plant based MILKS folks from Soy to almond banana to Oat milk. Sales of plant based milk shot up nine percent last year. According to the plant based Foods Association at the same time sales of cow's milk fell six percent indeed dean foods may be kicking itself for getting rid of one of its most profitable divisions in twenty twelve. Oh saying it wanted to focus more on its core dairy business. Dean spun off White Wave. One of the biggest producers of soy and other Plant Milks the French Yogurt Company then owned bought White Way. For ten billion in two thousand seventeen in a seemingly prescient move dean must have had second thoughts about forsaking the fast growing plant the milk market just last year. It took a majority stake in Boulder Colorado Flax Milk Company. Good Karma too little too late however and competition from plant. Milk isn't in Dean Foods. Only problem healthy alternatives to cow's milk have exploded more and more of us are drinking sparkling water Bucci's teas and organic juices not dimension simply plain old water. That's hurting milk sales so to the decline of lowly breakfast cereal. no-one pours milk on the energy bar. They eat during their morning commute. You'd either so there's that and then there is. Almost an entirely separate trend. Big retailers like Costco and Walmart are deciding. They need to control their own food. Supplies supplies for cost reasons and also for transparency into their supply chains last year Walmart one of Dean's biggest customers built. Its own milk processing plant in Indiana according to CNN Walmart can now supply five hundred of its thirty seven hundred stores with its own cheaper milk no longer as good a customer Walmart now poses a threat. Dean foods has secured eight hundred fifty million dollars in what's called debtor-in-possession financing that funding will allow it to meet its pension allegations and

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Why Stacey Seward Vandiver Built The Revolutionary Barre Education SoulBody - 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

10:30 min | 1 year ago

Why Stacey Seward Vandiver Built The Revolutionary Barre Education SoulBody - 20 Minute Fitness

"Oh along with that approach a full body workout your heart rate stays elevated really speaks to the demographic health clubs and it's that Bucci it's a really smart smart class nobody power thirty minute one and done no props it's a fusion of Tomato and strength training exercises planks pushups core work you'll burn of the gluts and Quad Japan so it's a smart still mindful and its approach one thing pride ourselves on is the mindful methods of our classes we start with a warm up and we finished with the recovery anyway stretch and that's really really important a lot of programs Eric you'll see things going on you'll you'll go right into burpee in the first couple of wait a minute hold up he's not ready for but initially you were giving that education in person or did you don't video from day one it's still live the education the training course is still alive and that is in development for online training it it needs to happen we can't reach everyone and there are a lot of people that want to reach us so that's that's definitely something you hit the nail the head right there is like okay how are you going to reach those people that you can't get you so I'm scaling is always an issue but I have to get the concept ride you have to get the concept and what's one thing we've done very well we are startup company not funded yet and we've done very well because we'd been strategic in our growth babies steps but smart steps and I think that is one of the key elements to our success in what was it like a lightbulb moment where you realize hey we're not just now instructing bond structures we're actually creating our own program in this could become really its own company say probably a couple of years into our teaching so ooh restarted two thousand ten we LLC right and we started teaching our method and really Kinda building are following in Baltimore which we had a nice one and I think when I leave when when merit clubs came to us in two thousand fourteen and said okay I borrow my schedule Devon Mahoney at the time was the director at merit and she was just she just sit smart cookie always staying ahead of the curve with merit merits merits Jim they'd do well without always progressing and I think that you know that's when we really started realizing okay this methodist smart really people love it and there's a

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Augustinus Bader Cream and Acne

Forever35

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Augustinus Bader Cream and Acne

"I WanNa talk about your skin. Do you know how many listeners have dammed or emailed to make the very possible correlation between the Chin Zits that I've been complaining about for a month and the Agostino US batter rich cream that I've been putting on my face for the past month but didn't when you say they started before you got the the it's began before I got the cream right but new ones have emerged. You'll see this big one right here. There's there's another one next to it. I shall say I am starting my period okay so I do think that probably has something to do with it and I also pick them so they don't. Yell L. 'cause they're just so deliciously addictive yeah again it so. I don't know if there is a connection between the cream and the sits on my I chin listen. If you suggested to me you are not alone. There are many of you who have reached out and I appreciate it one person. I hate to say it but is is it. The boozy creamed the love our listeners I mean so you know lies detected there. Oh ooh it is apprecia- cranny Bucci cream and you have been putting it on your put on my face for a month and I have stopped this week. I lasted lasted a month. Okay and is the jar supposed to only last you a month. I believe so morning noon morning and night application. Do you have any left well. I can't tell because it's not a see-through can figure out how much I have left. I just have to keep pumping it out. I'm happy to hand it over to you. If you WANNA give it in a world I didn't dislike it. Yeah it. It fell. I got the rich if you're if you're in the market for Agostino Stina spader cream. I went with the rich Bader. I'll never get it right. I have such a thing with words. Why can't I ever learn them. Think Baba Okay Lab. Ah By my August Bader rich cream there we go I liked it. multiple people had said they went with the rich cream over the regular names so I did that. Maybe that was a mistake. It was very thick and heavy. I liked liked the application but had on you know. I wonder if this was not the best season to try the rich credo. I know it was summer. Maybe maybe I'll revisit it in January. Yeah you know we also live in a warm climate here around so this might not be might overkill it possibly but I do you love year round pouring oil onto my face right so and it's very dry here it is it is right dry so again it just did not. I didn't didn't I didn't have the experience of after a month like looking in the mirror and being like wow I am visibly plumper and my finer lines are reduced and really what it did was get me thinking and my thought is products are nice and they feel great and if you have something going on with your skin they could could quite help but I also think like more or less. It's all doing the same thing that's kind of where he landed. I it's fluffed me. More jaded in Terrell Valley Wild 'cause I love pudding now granted. Did I go to target yesterday yesterday and by the travel size grayson tonic line to try that out I did you did you did that. I'm still onboard but it was just kind of like they don't know there's no magic in a bottle That's just where I've landed. Now is thus the podcast and forever thirty five was goodbye. We we solved it. We did we like to say I just know it. Just kind of left me feeling like what's the if this works are. If somebody great like I've had friends who've been like this is the most magical thing I've ever put on my face well so I I do think that that raises in all seriousness I do that raises a good good point which is that there is no one size fits all solution exactly an in skin individual yes and also like so are emotional and psychological needs. It's totally and I think you have pretty uncomplicated skin. That is a great so it stands to reason that a lot of products would quote unquote work for you. I mean I shall say I have fine lines and nothing I've ever put on my face is ever reduced them which I'm also working on Kinda like okay yeah total. You know totally. That is my face yeah but it did just you know I tend to be the kind of person who like if a price tag is higher on something I immediately feel like it's better that is like a just a thing in my brain that has been that way my whole life you know like if I'm in a store I will by advil as opposed to the storebrand Ibuprofen which I have trained myself out of but you know like that just kind of I'm very susceptible to branding winging lane. I'm not proud of that. It's but it is it is the truth yeah so if someone's like here's this really fancy cream. I'm like this is the best so it's been a real journey.

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"bucci" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Did you also get the chance to see the G one super card? Yes. Tell us people people want to know about you want supercar. Big new Japan fan, so super excited for the new Japan side of it. I keep in touch with ring of on. But I don't really watch ring owner. I went to the Super Bowl last Jit under to go back second year and see it. Evolve was amazing because officers at Madison Square Garden, which is epic. I'm really to park up in WWE's dot garden mania weekend. Another non WWE show sell out. And it was so low was full. It was amazing. It was too long again fame of the weekend. It was way too long run over. We thought would be over by eleven I think it was midnight. And I mean, I'm just gonna largely agree with most of the other reviews I seen which is all the new Japan stuff was fantastic. And the ring of on his stuff. Could do better. It was just slightly disappointing. There was a rumble on the pre show, which was fun. It was coca pop was nice to see call in Madison Square Garden. Layton coke about. I really wanted to see that. That was amazing. Great Muthu came out, which was like, oh my God. And you got big holy shit. Chan and that was awesome. And we got thank you like. So it was nice to give him that moment. And then the match is that really sit out we're just they will only Japan. So the Bucci notch obviously is going to be incredible. It was it was really emotional amazing. See of she got icy title bully, Ray did come out. And of course, we had the cast and Enzo running. What was the reaction to end zone? Big very negative. Did they do the talk up that they normally? No, they really tried to sell it as a shoot they. They caught the feed on TV. 'cause we saw something was happening. I was on the in the corner by the ring on the opposite side to the ramp. So we couldn't see what was happening. But yet people weren't please. There was no one who is like fantastic. Don't get just what we've been waiting for gas. This evening needed compliant. Yeah. Oh, we could five minutes. Server bucci. Please know that happened that was unfortunate. And obviously Jay no Carter was just blew the roof off. We've got your report we're gonna we're gonna delve into the little bit more than our next segment superstar shakeup. Let's the stars were shook up. Brands have been swapped. Yeah. People will never be the same again until next year with some of them probably skip over again. By the way. Can we have one of these were that MS does not switch brands news dot possible? One time. No, no, I figured that's because MS hustle. Stay on USA. Because of MS MRs go good points that maybe he will stay on row forever. No. That's it raw for. Or at least until MRs council so headed to Ross. Oh for those what we know them is obviously on draw a and Selena Vega. Cedric Alexander lumbar check. It is way too. The use os are there to revitalize the tag scene along with ricochet Alastair black. So that is exciting. The Viking experience..

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"bucci" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"I'm not Bucci. I am never mind, right? Anyway, I just I don't understand. Why Trump supporters don't wanna see his taxes or they aren't demanding his taxes to especially when it comes to stuff like Julian Assange and WikiLeaks when they're like full transparency full transparency, but they don't want the full report. They don't want the full tax devil Santa typically, those people wouldn't be pro Assange. Oh because Assange is for a while like, you know, a hero to the left. And that's all they care about a true assault on fan. If you're a real Assange fan. What was I? Nick decides. Hey, what's his cat's name name to besides Chelsea Manning name to crimes besides computer fraud and abuse act? Oh, honey. But the thing is like if you're a real if you're really into that kind of transparency thing, then you will want to see Trump's taxes you will want to report. And I'm looking for that ven diagram, I'm looking for where the twain shall meet. And I haven't seen it yet. Those people exist Trump supporters, he won't wanna suck Julian Assange butthole, or, you know, then the true people who really fucking believe in transparency who just aren't saying, they're cooler people, right? The people in the middle are definitely the minority. It's kind of the problem with the ACA right now, it is there a lot of people that don't know how to feel about it. Sure. Yeah. In putting a not good reason me in that group too. Because again, I love civil disobedience, but I think that if you should be arrested for it. Because again, if it's not illegal. It's no fun. If our government wasn't so fucked up though over time, we wouldn't be in this position. So true. Thanks, america. Thanks. Thanks obama. Thanks, Obama ObamaCare. Also this week. There was some bizarre shit going down with the southern border for a while. Now, I've believed personally that Trump is trying to orchestrate a crisis at the border to scare people scare his electorate using a phobia and fear into believing that there's an emergency at the border. There is a humanitarian crisis in in South America. And particularly the three Mexico's. Raisman triangle there, but this week all those beans kinda came true. I we know that Trump is moving to stop aid to the three Mexico's which like I said that sorry the elitist educated among us. No, it has knows him as Al Salvador Guatemala Honduras. But I think this is simply to drive more asylum-seekers north. I don't know if he if if this isn't intended or unintended consequence consequence, I think it's intentional. But that's going to create more migrants wanting to come here. He's willing to kill thousands to prove a point by cutting aid to these countries and send more migrants for him to turn away.

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"bucci" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on No Agenda

"For more we join we're joined here in New York by Johanna Fernandez, a professor of history at brew college CUNY City University of New York and one of the coordinators of the campaign to bring me. A home. She has been in the courtroom for part of this case, and is the editor of writing on the wall selected prison writings of Moumia Bucci mot, professor Fernandez, welcome back to democracy. Now. Can you talk about the significance of Thursday's ruling will this is a case that is important for Mumia Abu-Jamal? But also for dozens of people sitting in prison in Pennsylvania is sensually the judge stablishment that if there is prejudice in a hearing. The defendant has the right to a new hearing. And. Kill it. Yeah. All right. So this guy. The stories making sure I could read from the Wikipedia, but I recommend people go there and look at it. I just type in Mumia, you'll get it. I there's like witnesses would happen. He was a cab driver who became a ward winning journalists when his imprison he did some kind of reporting for a couple of local radio stations got fired by one of them became a rarity staunch Black Panther during that era, and he was driving his cab at three four four in the morning when. Apparently his brother was pulled over by a cop for something. And the two of them were got into an argument Moumia got out of his cab walked over and shot the cop and a head and once a day wrecker, and this was witnessed by numerous people, including a Hooker. He was taking sex worker. He was taken in gun had five rounds missing from it. He had you know, passed all the obligatory test hotter on his hands all that stuff. And he still had the gun. They had the gun added murder weapon. It goes on and on and on and win admitted to somebody in prison that he did it, and does all these these things, but for some reason, and I don't know what it is not at can't believe it's just because he says I'm innocent that this is a been a left-wing 'cause and they've I mean it's possible that he could have been framed I've never seen a frame like this as never is just as too much too much too, many people. I know ones come forward saying that they lied. It's just outrageous. And this continues gone on since the seventies guy's been in jail for thirty years and the left wing keeps bringing it up. It's some sort of. Cause to lab, and I don't even know why I don't know why. Well, I can I can wait your guess as to why it's cropping up now as we just had prison reform. Trump has been President Trump has been working with people of great importance like Kim Kardashian and also entertained some input from Konya about the certain prisoners who've been in for a long time. Maybe they're trying to hitch onto that bandwagon. Just bring it back again and say Trump, you hate Muslims sounding people because you didn't help this guy. Who knows it could be that it could be any number of things. I don't think this guy's getting out. But to me this has been going on for way too long just, but yeah, maybe the explains what it's come back into the news at this point right now, this has been continuous. Interesting. I got we got left. He's somebody can explain it to me. I looked up and I don't wanna hear all his innocent is not innocent. I looked Moumia Abboud Jamal and the Wiki, and I got to high reader in the US, it seems you use we keep Lia allot. That's great. It's a little awkward to ask. But this Sunday, we need your help, we depend on donations. Of course, I'll donate just because just because they make a lot of money doesn't mean we don't use a lot, and they don't and just because I don't always agree with what they say doesn't mean we shouldn't support them. It's mileage cinema nasty note. Always know I always send him money at the end of the year. Of course, it's invaluable resource. Whether it's right or not valuable. Well, it is available research. No doubt about it said, this guy became an award-winning journalist in jail. Yeah. He was being in jail. Well, it was kind of g just like I think by the way there is some some left leaning idea of lip..

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"bucci" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on No Agenda

"For more we join we're joined here in New York by Johanna Fernandez, a professor of history at brew college CUNY City University of New York and one of the coordinators of the campaign to bring me. A home. She has been in the courtroom for part of this case, and is the editor of writing on the wall selected prison writings of Moumia Bucci mot, professor Fernandez, welcome back to democracy. Now. Can you talk about the significance of Thursday's ruling will this is a case that is important for Mumia Abu-Jamal? But also for dozens of people sitting in prison in Pennsylvania is sensually the judge stablishment that if there is prejudice in a hearing. The defendant has the right to a new hearing. And. Kill it. Yeah. All right. So this guy. The stories making sure I could read from the Wikipedia, but I recommend people go there and look at it. I just type in Mumia, you'll get it. I there's like witnesses would happen. He was a cab driver who became a ward winning journalists when his imprison he did some kind of reporting for a couple of local radio stations got fired by one of them became a rarity staunch Black Panther during that era, and he was driving his cab at three four four in the morning when. Apparently his brother was pulled over by a cop for something. And the two of them were got into an argument Moumia got out of his cab walked over and shot the cop and a head and once a day wrecker, and this was witnessed by numerous people, including a Hooker. He was taking sex worker. He was taken in gun had five rounds missing from it. He had you know, passed all the obligatory test hotter on his hands all that stuff. And he still had the gun. They had the gun added murder weapon. It goes on and on and on and win admitted to somebody in prison that he did it, and does all these these things, but for some reason, and I don't know what it is not at can't believe it's just because he says I'm innocent that this is a been a left-wing 'cause and they've I mean it's possible that he could have been framed I've never seen a frame like this as never is just as too much too much too, many people. I know ones come forward saying that they lied. It's just outrageous. And this continues gone on since the seventies guy's been in jail for thirty years and the left wing keeps bringing it up. It's some sort of. Cause to lab, and I don't even know why I don't know why. Well, I can I can wait your guess as to why it's cropping up now as we just had prison reform. Trump has been President Trump has been working with people of great importance like Kim Kardashian and also entertained some input from Konya about the certain prisoners who've been in for a long time. Maybe they're trying to hitch onto that bandwagon. Just bring it back again and say Trump, you hate Muslims sounding people because you didn't help this guy. Who knows it could be that it could be any number of things. I don't think this guy's getting out. But to me this has been going on for way too long just, but yeah, maybe the explains what it's come back into the news at this point right now, this has been continuous. Interesting. I got we got left. He's somebody can explain it to me. I looked up and I don't wanna hear all his innocent is not innocent. I looked Moumia Abboud Jamal and the Wiki, and I got to high reader in the US, it seems you use we keep Lia allot. That's great. It's a little awkward to ask. But this Sunday, we need your help, we depend on donations. Of course, I'll donate just because just because they make a lot of money doesn't mean we don't use a lot, and they don't and just because I don't always agree with what they say doesn't mean we shouldn't support them. It's mileage cinema nasty note. Always know I always send him money at the end of the year. Of course, it's invaluable resource. Whether it's right or not valuable. Well, it is available research. No doubt about it said, this guy became an award-winning journalist in jail. Yeah. He was being in jail. Well, it was kind of g just like I think by the way there is some some left leaning idea of lip..

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"bucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Of history brew, college CUNY City University of New York and one of the coordinators of the campaign to bring me a home. She has been in the courtroom for part of this case, and is the editor of writing on the wall selected prison writings of Moumia Bucci mall, professor finances. Welcome back to democracy. Now. Can you talk about the significance of? Stays ruling. Well, this is a case that is important for me Abboud Jamal, but also for dozens of people sitting in prison in Pennsylvania, essentially, the judge established that if there is prejudice in a hearing the defendant has the right to a new hearing. And he essentially ruled broadly on the issue of judicial bias and impartiality in the courtroom, that's really important because the Williams issue, which is the issue that Mia and his attorneys presented is very narrow it essentially establishes that in order to get relief. You have to prove to the court that a prosecutor turn judge had previously been involved in a significant. Decision in the case. That's very narrow issue to prove the judge stepped back. And he said, well, we cannot prove that there was a significant involvement in a major decision in the case. Because the as office lost the files. However, it is very clear that this judge made comments in public that were improper that he lobbied on the issue of law and order, in fact, he ran on this issue. He made statements about sending quote, a clear and dramatic message to quote, unquote, cop killers that the death penalty will be used against them. And all of these things, including the fact that this judge receive funding from the fraternal order of police the same organization. That in the nineteen nineties was hell bent on executing Mia that essentially paints a clear picture of partiality. So talk about what exactly this means. So this means that if the liberal DA a Philadelphia. Someone who was elected on the issue of the horrors of the criminal Justice system in Philadelphia. If he does not challenge the judge's decision. Moumia will immediately be eligible to present all of the violations that he had previously presented before the Pennsylvania supreme court, and those violations are many they include the fact that Terry Moore Carter courts to nog refer was overheard saying to another was over overheard. The judge in this in this case judge Albert Sabo saying, quote, I'm going to help them fry the nigger. It also includes another violation that essentially the police tampered with evidence and manufactured evidence. In order to obtain a conviction in Mumias case it also. Includes the violation that the prosecutor hid evidence from the defense. And from the jury essentially there was a fourth person at the crime scene and the presence of that person at trial was suppressed by the prosecutor, Joe McGill, so these and many other violations that essentially violate Mumias constitutional rights were denied by judge Ron Casteel. When me up presented these violations on appeal because there was an impropriety in the conduct of judge Albert of judge Ronca steal because he was prejudiced now mea is able to present all of those violations. Again, his case can be heard once again and the violations connected to to his conviction will be heard in court this. Has not happened. In the case of mea Jamal the courts have not allowed Mia to really challenge in a significant way any of the violations. Connected to his conviction. They only allowed his attorneys to essentially address the issues concerning his sentence. So the question is will the district attorney now Larry crash ner who's considered this new generation of district attorneys around the country is represented many groups from black lives matter to others one as a lawyer would he appeal number one what he's considering now? And if there was a trial would he prosecute Mumia Abu-Jamal? Right. Well, I think that the judge Leon Tucker essentially, presented a case that will be very difficult for Larry crasner to challenge. He essentially said in order for the criminal Justice system to stand Justice must be completely just. Those were his words, and it's very clear in this case. And in this issue of judicial bias that there was a no Justice that there was impartiality. And so there's going to be an enormous amount of pressure on Larry crasner by the fraternal order of police to to challenge this decision..

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"bucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Of history brew, college CUNY City University of New York and one of the coordinators of the campaign to bring me a home. She has been in the courtroom for part of this case, and is the editor of writing on the wall selected prison writings of Moumia Bucci mall, professor finances. Welcome back to democracy. Now. Can you talk about the significance of? Stays ruling. Well, this is a case that is important for me Abboud Jamal, but also for dozens of people sitting in prison in Pennsylvania, essentially, the judge established that if there is prejudice in a hearing the defendant has the right to a new hearing. And he essentially ruled broadly on the issue of judicial bias and impartiality in the courtroom, that's really important because the Williams issue, which is the issue that Mia and his attorneys presented is very narrow it essentially establishes that in order to get relief. You have to prove to the court that a prosecutor turn judge had previously been involved in a significant. Decision in the case. That's very narrow issue to prove the judge stepped back. And he said, well, we cannot prove that there was a significant involvement in a major decision in the case. Because the as office lost the files. However, it is very clear that this judge made comments in public that were improper that he lobbied on the issue of law and order, in fact, he ran on this issue. He made statements about sending quote, a clear and dramatic message to quote, unquote, cop killers that the death penalty will be used against them. And all of these things, including the fact that this judge receive funding from the fraternal order of police the same organization. That in the nineteen nineties was hell bent on executing Mia that essentially paints a clear picture of partiality. So talk about what exactly this means. So this means that if the liberal DA a Philadelphia. Someone who was elected on the issue of the horrors of the criminal Justice system in Philadelphia. If he does not challenge the judge's decision. Moumia will immediately be eligible to present all of the violations that he had previously presented before the Pennsylvania supreme court, and those violations are many they include the fact that Terry Moore Carter courts to nog refer was overheard saying to another was over overheard. The judge in this in this case judge Albert Sabo saying, quote, I'm going to help them fry the nigger. It also includes another violation that essentially the police tampered with evidence and manufactured evidence. In order to obtain a conviction in Mumias case it also. Includes the violation that the prosecutor hid evidence from the defense. And from the jury essentially there was a fourth person at the crime scene and the presence of that person at trial was suppressed by the prosecutor, Joe McGill, so these and many other violations that essentially violate Mumias constitutional rights were denied by judge Ron Casteel. When me up presented these violations on appeal because there was an impropriety in the conduct of judge Albert of judge Ronca steal because he was prejudiced now mea is able to present all of those violations. Again, his case can be heard once again and the violations connected to to his conviction will be heard in court this. Has not happened. In the case of mea Jamal the courts have not allowed Mia to really challenge in a significant way any of the violations. Connected to his conviction. They only allowed his attorneys to essentially address the issues concerning his sentence. So the question is will the district attorney now Larry crash ner who's considered this new generation of district attorneys around the country is represented many groups from black lives matter to others one as a lawyer would he appeal number one what he's considering now? And if there was a trial would he prosecute Mumia Abu-Jamal? Right. Well, I think that the judge Leon Tucker essentially, presented a case that will be very difficult for Larry crasner to challenge. He essentially said in order for the criminal Justice system to stand Justice must be completely just. Those were his words, and it's very clear in this case. And in this issue of judicial bias that there was a no Justice that there was impartiality. And so there's going to be an enormous amount of pressure on Larry crasner by the fraternal order of police to to challenge this decision..

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"bucci" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Born to Impact

"Bucci radio it's called. I love it. Yeah. Spill tally way. Because. CCI Gucci with a b. It's more than just a brand of what you got. Nothing more there. There is something people. Call me Bucci all the time. It's like close friends, and then the place that I'm at most is, of course, Instagram at Manta Buzi, go find me there. We'll hang out and watch them the encourage everybody. Go follow him. And you know, you're going to hear about her quite a bit through my Email, newsletters through several posts about this episode that we will do on Instagram. So you're going to be tear one way or another. But if you just happen to listen to podcasts, and you found out about the podcast and some other way where you didn't come from social or Email originally, then that's why we have as part of the show where you can go. Amanda Bucci at adamant Bucci on this him. And Amanda, Bucci dot com. So many valuable resources there Instagram, obviously a social platform that is free. There's nobody charging view their profile messages. And then of course, there's a deeper level that you can go and engage with the MandA with coaching find out what she's doing and all that civility on her website. So before we go we want to remind people that we have the five five pillars of impacts. And then we had the bonus P. What's the bonus? Pete in pledge won't you walk them through that. All right. So pledge everyone if you would if you've gotten value from Amanda, if you've gotten value from Joel ri- or all three of us favor, and pledge to tell at least one person if you want to share with a family member, it could be a co worker could be a friend. It could be anyone if you want to share you can share through obviously word of mouth you can ride on napkins. Like, I do you could actually go into an Uber. You can tell people right trust me. People want to be living the life. They're born to live. You can take a screen shot. You can tag Joel at at Joel Marian. You can also tag me at kill mode. Dan long. Right. You can also take that value and share it through Email. So if you have an Email list, if you'd like to maybe take a picture of Amanda and one of her Instagram post or something and put it on there and actually share it with your list. We would love you forever to share it with one person, and we can continue this movement around the world to keep helping people live the life. They were born to live, and that's what's all about living likely. Reborn eleven. We were one episode closer guys take action on the stuff that you learn today so much value from Amanda were so grateful to have her here until next time. We will see you guys. God bless stay amazing..

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"bucci" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Born to Impact

"And what we call the five pillars of impact and the five pillars of impact are the five critical crucial. You know, what I call pillars to living a life of impact the life that you were born to live and every single show after episode two weaves in around those five pillars in some way. And we're going to touch on a number of them in today's episode. So make sure maybe not now for already hooked you on listen to this episode. But you're very next episode. You listen to please go back and listen to one too. So you can understand what we're all about and really get grounded on the five pillars of impact that form. The foundation of this show introduced our special guest today. Her name is Amanda Bucci. She is only twenty five years young. She's an extremely successful online entrepreneur and social influence. She collectively as a business owner Oliver businesses doing over seven figures year in revenue at twenty five years old. It's amazing. Yeah. Did you hear that seven figures at twenty five years old? I was browse out there because I mean twenty five years old. I don't know if there's some forty fifty sixty year olds that are making that right now several years several years later for me when I made the jump into fitness, and for those of my story, noon news, pretty quick exceleron into being successful there. But at twenty five I was still waking up at five thirty every day and teaching my first class of my first high school class at seven AM, and that was not the life that I wanted to live long term that's shared. There was some rewarding aspects to teaching. But that wasn't what I felt was my calling my passion. They certainly didn't like being not not being a morning person. Waking up at five thirty Deaton at seven. I didn't like dealing with the bureaucracy. Of the administration and having people telling me what to do all the time. So. Kudos kudos to our good friend amend on such amazing accomplishments at just twenty five years old additionally in early days before she got into this whole online thing she was a competitive fitness model, which is a creator of the flourish and conquer movement for some conquer. Awesome name. We'll get fat and just a minute killer name. She's the CEO of Bucci Branson, Bucci radio with more than three million podcast downloads, two hundred twenty thousand plus YouTube subscribers and nearly six hundred thousand followers on Instagram complete way..

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"bucci" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Heavyweight

"Get to veget-, Jerry, peaches, I instruct Joey to order pizza and come Bucci for as roommates this way the pizza. Parlor crew will see he's not just a dollar slice guy. But someone capable of committing to an entire pie and vinegar and bio based beverage it'll show personal growth have fun yourself. Joey swings. Open the door and rollerblades inside. Remember, the rollerblading? This whole time. Joey has been wheels down wearing is blades. You might want to rewind a few minutes and religion with that image in your mind. And it's not just the rollerblades. Joey is also wearing a wire so standing outside Gregor, and I can eavesdrop on how things are going inside. The parlor you wanna hear? While Gregor paces back and forth on the sidewalk. I Cup an earphone. And listen as Joey rolls up to the counter. Hey, how's it going? Joey is greeted by pizza chef. Yeah. I I don't know. If you remember me I used to come here all the time. I I was kicked out of your shop a couple months back for stealing slices even like I was accused of stealing slices. No. I totally know why you thought it was because totally looks like I mean, I came in Gregor, and I watch nervously through the storefront window blowing. Joey isn't mounting a defense any isn't offering a counter narrative, instead he's exhibiting a level of mealy mouth ary not seen since young Jonathan Goldstein. Tried to explain to a trolley conductor. Why he was hiding in a Bush, and I was kind of hoping I could come back just because I I love but Gregor bicker over whether to walk inside and roll Joey out the door like a dessert trolley full of flaming horse manure we notice something. I know it's weird that's been so long, but I just like really bad, really Farris. Oh, really nice. Not only does she remember that day. But she also remembers Joey. Several times. No, I see I think that was kind of remembers Joey I came in. I'm vegetarian. I saw that. You guys only had pepperoni slices is not for me. And I just turned around totally looks like I just grabbed one in. Yeah. I just wanna make sure you guys. Okay. Cool. Yeah. If he was willing to come back to face his accuser, she says, he probably didn't steal the pizza and with that Joey orders pies and Khumbu Chaz with our faces pressed against the window Gregor. And I watched with amazement as Joey waits for his order. Well, engaging in some completely unscripted repartee cool song, he says totally. She says this band is so cool. He says he she says. We didn't prepare Joey for any of this. But here he was riffing and scatting away like some kind of improvisational. Jazz cat Carmine would have been proud. Thank you very much. And.

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"bucci" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Stitcher, Midland spilling Bucci all over the floor on day one. Chris Bannon's gonna choke me out Kris bay gonna have my head. It is tripping and falling and spilling your fancy Kabukicho that you don't feel like people like you should even be drinking. Yeah, that's Chris, gather move anyway. Have we don't. Flavor or just generic computer. It's a ginger flavored Khumbu chits ginger aid flavored commuter. Thank you for asking this is the type of balls to the wall? No, holding back programming were known here for a beautiful. None of us just talking come Bucci baby it's honest conversations people and also talking Kombucha. I have been listeners than the does Meghan life at the premiere. Every said, and I am I a complex now of being one of the generic calls called in and they just waste their time. During our talk me about nonsense. The I think Butch isn't important. We talked to browsing history, so lection teen Kombucha, we're just really just getting through the lead. We're cooking with fire. I do. I do like the ones you mentioned. Those are some of my favorite calls actually for fifty four minutes. It's idle chitchat. And then with six minutes to go, someone's like a killed someone with my car in the nineteen sixties and you're like, what? We don't have time for that? Why have we spent this whole time talking about a sail a sale KMart? What did we what we did? What and then the bell rings and I never know what really happened. Anyway, you went to Ireland. You went to Ireland for job. You said it was crazy. That that's the trip I did not go to. Ireland, my stuff went Arslan and I had an Irish passport visa to live and work in the country. But four days before I was supposed to go, the airline call me up and I'd say your cats can't go in the cabin. They have gone the cargo with like all the luggage and dangerous. I mean dangerous. I just I knew dangerous and part my condition for going. There was the cats with me in the cabin because I'm crazy. Cat lady. I wouldn't be the crazy cat lady vehicle and fine with it. So I eventually gave up my job has moved back home with my cats. I gave up my job and my airline life my teacher because I didn't want my calf to suffer the five hour fight. When you say future Irish husband is, were you dating someone there? Is this like a theoretical in your mind? You could see it happening where you're. Gonna find an Irish husband and stay there forever. He completely made up. Fictional. Irish guy in the past, and I liked him what so ethic, navy necktie will workout better the that was the goal, not eagle a an suckle. We're pretty good except for the mood swings. Irish gets pretty except you got the mood swings. So you're telling me you quit your job at Twitter, a position that that's a company people fight to work for you quit Twitter, you're gonna go to Ireland to work some small more boutique job. You're gonna set up a whole life for yourself. They tell you, you can't bring the cats in the cabin and you just quit. There's no, you can't find any alternate method by which to transport the cats. So I can't have long to London in the cabin, taken them on frame from airport to the ferry thing of both over to Ireland, twelve and very, like old world and during the new countries or experience, but doing it myself. The only person could have helped me at the time with my sister and she was living in Israel and she wasn't able to get over to help me. So that ended that. Hold on. That doesn't end that that's perfectly reasonable option. If you love the cats that much, I've been to both London and Ireland. They're very, very close to one another. I can't imagine it would've added too much more travel to go to London take the ferry. To like twenty pound cat doing himself, and I was just over one money. They're big. Yeah. Not exaggerating. You're, you have to twenty pound cats. Well, I had to pound cats. One of passed away in March, but I, you know, they signed him. It's okay..

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"bucci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The chances of chris paul coming back with a right hamstring injury four seven sources telling adrian ward janowski less likely than likely but working every angle to try paul not in the lineup for game six heir gordon had a great first half was not much of a factor in the second half as the rockets lost by twenty nine now game one stanley cup final monday night in vegas yes vegas two franchises looking to raise lord stanley's cup for the first time and their franchise's history of course vegas golden knights are in the cup final in their first year in the league washington capitals are now in their forty third year of existence saturday our own john bucci gross joining game day with doug kazarian and myron medcalf to talk about the upcoming series bucci fans getting involved here need a prediction from you on how you think this series will play out you know it's the metrically they're pretty even washington is a slight favorite when you look at a lot of the metrics they use in terms of outshooting your opponent you know stay percentage power play percentage it's like fifty one forty nine in favor of washington because because vegas has home ice that gets a little bit closer otherwise washington's a decent little favorites obviously they have the momentum they have you know the purpose to play for the city and obviously ovechkin so determined when a superstar is determined and they have all this motivation man they're tough to stop he's kinda like lebron in terms of two hundred and thirty pounds and big and fast and destructive and he's not afraid of the big moment so there's a lot of lebron ovechkin the greatest goal score of his era i still think he's gonna break wayne gretzky's record of eight hundred ninety four career goals i'm like the only one out there and not i've been writing about this for about nine years now since he was twenty four years old so this is his moment i think it's his moment his time and the capitals are going to get their cup again john bucci grass on game day saturday here on espn radio capitals did not even make the playoffs in their.

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"bucci" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"That i spoke that i had yesterday with steve bucci of the heritage foundation steve is fascinating expert on well on the issue of the middle east of of iran in particular i'm and so we talk with him about all of these developments of course we saw last night to pause that for a second we saw that the hostages the american hostages that were in north korea the prisoners were released and are now here safely home in the united states so time to talk about that today but there's lots of movement and development with north korea there's also lots of movement in another direction with iran right north korea's moving towards the negotiating table who knows where this will end up making no predictions here but they're moving in that direction meanwhile iran israel of course is is concerned about iran moving its forces moving military equipment personnel closer to the border of israel actually right to the border essentially with with israel so israel has made some some strikes on them the idea say that they effectively struck all irani and targets in southern syria they're threatening or pose a threat to the nation of israel meanwhile iran responds by lobbying what twenty missiles into israel so we've got heightened tensions there which of course dovetails directly into what we were speaking with steve bucci about yesterday so anyway it's he and i spoke for some time i'm was fascinated talking with him i thoroughly enjoyed it lots of information that we are able to learn from steve and so i'm going to have to start this interview sooner than i had anticipated because it candidly i spoke with him longer than i realized but i think i think you'll like steve has to say especially it's it's very timely given the tensions in the middle east in.

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"bucci" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"We know your network is your net worth could there'd be a faster shortcut to increase your money then to upgrade your network and that's exactly what happens when you come to minute conversations that's what vince made is injury story video about today about being an fbi two minute conversation with the men to bucci about instagram made his investment back and two minute conversation with you about selling his book made his money back but really ten xed it and a workout with a brian decosta who is a man is boyfriend at the gym lead to conversation that you know ten x is money and so these are five two minute conversations and that wasn't even counting all the stuff that he learned in the event people that he meant and the opportunities that he's gotten from it so and those conversations i mean if you can't go and hundred years your investment in an event like high status then you're just not doing any work at all and this this isn't you have to go there with like blindfold on earplugs in order not to be successful and i will rip shit off it makes right choice right but this really isn't even a pitch for the high status summit this is a pitch for them at home for you at home to start leaving your couch stepping outside the front door and going to live events especially when a world where facebook and instagram and all these other institutions are programming your brain to stay at homes they disconnected you have to ten x your effort to get out get off the couch and go to live events and network and be around people i was thinking that before when we were we were talking about using business media and that sort of stuff and i was hoping that it was going to come up but nothing is powerful as a live event and i'm putting more live events into my world my business because it's almost like an old school marking much love publishing books and i think books are still an important part of your system but live events i mean you cannot go deeper with a person make a connection i mean i saw guys walking to dinner and to lunch at your event who just.

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"bucci" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"A service look looking bed bucci on that one thirteen of the game brookway book mark jones of the gall quibble one of a third of the rap group me go see was a football player in high school athletic skills on display as he finished with a gamehigh nineteen points earning mvp honors in a postgame chat with our cassidy hubbard are healthy pain who are these twenty eighteen allstar celebrity game wave o we know you came in at the mall there are a lot of clips of you on youtube on how do you feel about your performance today it was i gotta go boats title iv unity's xanana's adamo was on the floor that's the way they go that way the rest amigos here on saturday gov odds you guys feel about his former ma boisegolfshow of every time essence omar harm zoe paulo nights force leash bore no other auto show fares at all man the nine nor death a little bit more by any dupleix often i had to get a rightfoot his guy my leg assertive the low fan was theater as it he does have a new album our more can you tell us about all the projects are working on right now his agency how right now number four near the country with your great we have having far we do a protocols who we do for the who and you've got the wind thirteen clippers taken down team legacy justin bieber i saw you give you congratulations the my boys ab lahey said i'll bogdonoff it is we've on signs he would have been arrives wants too much of a more nba or should i say the nba's cross into news fox news host laura ingram apparently does not wanna hear lebron james thoughts on politics game who appeared along with kevin durant men an uninterrupted video released thursday which included comments on president trump prompting this take from ingram on the ingram angle on fox news plus the run their mouths like that unfortunately a lot of kids and some adults take these ignorant comment seriously look there might be a cautionary lesson and lumber on for cares this is what happens when you attempt to leave high school a year early to join the nba and it's always unwise to seek political advice from someone who gets paid a hundred million dollars a year.

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"bucci" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on KKAT

"May still leave i don't know and then finally in the news from axios dot com and now others are following up on this story the president is indeed expected to announce the wall street financier anthony scaramucci known as the mood church to be the white house communications director mike duckie was in that position he resigned in may it's been open since and you know this is interesting because scare bucci was wouldn't be a guy you think of for this now here's what is also interesting the plans for mr trump accorded to axios to appoint the merge came as a surprise to chief of staff reince priebus who found out about the by us after they had already been made palmetto love it right god love it on believable so we'll talk to blake burmans from fox colonel jack jacobs as well guns has a briefing planned the cardinal will stop by later this hour we're sponsored in this hour by hackensack meridian health and it is now time for sports so take it away their filling in for city your guns good morning good morning everybody across the the globe it took all night innings for the mets to finally do this is batting lefthanded first pitch hold on the ground towards i cry the bag by contractor i hey say better scars standing up flooded in the bugs the month end up winning there and the yankees are in seattle where brett gardner got them on the board early has called unfortunately not by john sterling connell yeah but my boy we've had him on the show my boy self fellow florival long crying ruko with the call ask all right the two one gardner.

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"bucci" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"You're listening to the golddigger podcast episode numbers 64 i am so so excited to introduce you to the amazing amanda bucci i met her this year in our mastermind andrew today we're going to talk all about water mastermind is how to join one why we picked the one that we did and how it's really propelled her business forward now if you're wondering how you can up level your business or learn from amazing amazing educators masterminds might be the right option for you and so since it sounds like this mythical creature in the business world i want to share all about our experience and what it's been like so that you can decipher if it's the perfect fit for you you're listening to the goal dick our podcast with janet cutter the live workshop style business podcast for creative girl bosses yuchang trade from the experts how the digging do the work and tackle your goals along the way here's your health photographer educator artists in makati's lover janika chairs this episode of the golddigger podcasts is sponsored by honey book any book is the management's after that i used to stay organiz managed invoices get paid an give every client elevated unforgettable experience honey book is offering twenty percent off exclusively for golddigger listeners just go to honey book dot com slash golddigger to get started and get your life back today hey everybody it's janika juror and i am so excited to share one of my be ffc with you today i just had a slimmer party for three days in la with her v amanda bucci if you are on instagram and you like to follow any fitness inspiring people you probably already follow this girl she is absolutely amazing even more amazing in person than online which is so hard to believe.

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"bucci" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"bucci" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Let's find out how that worked out for i obey bucci gerry can you give us a little rundown a gina grant yet ninety seven arrested for abducting the 15yearold son of his former girlfriend and slamming a car containing them into a concrete pillar child could never properly walk again ninety nine at staying at the mirage and call the 21yearold escort attacked her in the walk and closet after she demanded to be paid up front barricaded himself and bathroom until police discharge pepper spray prompted the clark county da to reopen a similar sexual assault allegation from eight months earlier at the treasure island hotel this also prompted to more similar allegations in arizona sentenced to a two to ten years for battery with intent to commit a crime and three to twenty for attempted sexual assault sentences served concurrently released november 2015 april 2016 rearrested for violating conditions of his probation in arizona the plug say gog may be top three not i don't honor even top five i hear you yeah but but at least he uh he's sharing the god hold on let me rape this callgirl for zan taught a hold on but i by check on gotta gotta run renisha flagpole and then then what while nothing says fealty like putting god god's name right about the two inches above your amos he has good point every time referred by the way there was a guy erv e beach a on the same team unrelated.

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