18 Burst results for "Butson"
"butson" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"I mean, we have a lot of friends that are in the industry and particular dealers and some of the most interesting poker cruises we've had at sitting around the bar after the end and dealers telling us which pros are the worst to dealers. And I can't recall if his name came up, but a lot of those old school players were on those lists. I mean, I think it was just a different aero back then where the dealer was just an impediment to your success. As they messed up the deal, burned before they shouldn't, or they didn't deal fast enough or whatever else, and you're there, that's your job, right? When we go into program where they're to have fun, but they're there to make money. So not defending that, but I'm just saying, I get to see that that frame of reference. That's different. And of course, those players are not going to tip as well as recreational players, you know? People like us, we don't want to be embarrassed by getting a reputation as a cheapskate. And the pros don't care. I'm here to make money. So that dealer doesn't like me. There's going to be another deal in 30 minutes. So now, I don't know who instigated the fight too, that's another thing too. That's kind of rough though, if you lose your job, because someone complained now, we don't know the details of that. So, I mean, maybe it wasn't as one sided as it seems to be portrayed. But if it was very one sided, that's unfortunate. So I don't advocate violence, but understand it. Sometimes, but yeah. Not a good couple of weeks for Texas poker, so hopefully it's coming out here before the end of the year. All right, controversy over poker player Brett butson is poker paint company have reignited butts through the IR professional poker photographers by artistically altering their work without permission or compensation and selling the new images..
"butson" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Kits. Great the i will house. John it's That's an alex hirsch joint right. It's one a so you know how adventure time was led by pendleton ward but like everybody under pendleton ward. Got their own show yeah. Alex hirsch is the disney version. Of pendleton ward. So it somebody who helped on. Gravity falls outs. Hirsch helped them get their own show and he also voices two characters on the show. Oh hell yeah. I i co-signed. I love magic. Yeah it's great. It's really good on there. The middle of season two other season. Two's gonna premier than is going to be eighth season. Three full specials get cancelled and retrial. Save it or trying to save. It was a i you you could tell people how to save our house right now if you wanted to use the hashtag saved the Al say the. I will house on twitter on twitter. Okay i think. I think our listeners can do that cool. I'm more excited about kids. Animation shows than i am excited about chris pratt voicing garfield a movie you know. I don't think you're wrong for that. I feel like anyone. Who's january. Chris pratt voicing garfield movie is not existent but if they are existent i think they're like a baby boomer. The announcement that chris pratt is voicing. Garfield movie has the same energy as legendary gamemaker. Shapiro miyamoto coming on screen announcing that chris pratt is going to vote. Voice mario in a movie and that they want us to be excited that. It's chris pratt more so excited that the movies being made and we don't work like that anymore. I know movie executives think oh stars put butts in seats we get an announce all the big stars movie to get butson seats. No i'm excited by storytelling. If you told me chris pratt was being voiced by garfield an chris. I'm going to. I'm going to mess up their names. But phil lord. Christopher miller yeah lord and miller lauren miller if he told me this was alerted miller join. I would be pete. My interest would be pete. I do want to be clear. That the scenario you've set out is in which lord and miller are making a chris. Pratt movie chris. Pratt is voiced plane. Wrong which is how you said it. And i want that i want i want. I want like a being john malkovich situation. Where it's a movie about chris. Pratt where lorenzo music rest in peace died in august. Two thousand one. Did i have to see what the world became but i i would like a lorenzo. Music voiced. Chris pratt directed by lord and miller andy. Kaufman joint absolutely Charlie kaufman but yes all the wrong. Kaufman has also coming back man. I'm just i'm batting. A thousand with remember. Who did what tonight. They're all coming back andy kaufman. Wendy malick charlie katelyn yes.
"butson" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"All righty cool so that brings us to why we are here today We're here to talk tv. We're here to talk about what the best tv shows of all time. Maybe are in terms of our fantasy movie draft. Tv edition so rather than doing our Usual draft sound i. Actually i'm going to play a little. A little theme for us to get ready for our draft ryan may not know this. Leo definitely will will continue his hot streak of seven straight draft or ryan o'neal on a journey television his first ever draft. I've recognized camping. My finger on that is the highlight. Reel for nfl prime time on espn every sunday. That's what copyrighted by espn. So that is not art music. Getting food aren't able never be able to have another fantasy draft ever so yes so we this. This is going to be a fun one. I don't think i'm gonna do to. Well lieke do me a favor. Can you take the picks. Oh no i. Yeah but you know. I am yes. I don't have jenny here. So i figured ask you all right. So he's let me get around to people please. Based on the order draft order from the result of the last one it would have been me. I since i won the last draft. Jenny butson johnny is not gonna be here. Leo will be thir second and then ryan third and then as always will be doing the snake around back to ryan leo and myself. all righty. so we have ten rounds coming. We have horror series comedy series action series animated series emmy winner drama series limited series docu series flex and credit ryan for this one spin off. So this should be a fun one..
"butson" Discussed on News O'Clock
"High daniele. Thank you so much for joining us today. Yeah so of course hi casey. Thank you for having me. Always a pleasure. No and we need you here because you are taught. Guide your telling absolutely wild. Things are going on because i feel like you're. Fips is so much different than mine. Because like you've got all these like viral challenges and scienc- things and all these cool things happening in minor just gay and cats so it's fun though. I'm kind of jealous. So let's start with one of your recent pieces about avocados you an eye opening if not unsettling revelation about this beloved fruit and like honestly frankly. We may never think of avocados in the same way. Ever again you actually. We will let the same doctor who broke the news to you. Break the news to listeners. So take a listen to user michelle butson someone on the hacking app said avocado tastes like clean dick. So that was the video that caught your attention. Which extremely fair and after doing some digging around you found that. This isn't the only account talking about this. What have people been saying. unfortunately perhaps fortunately. Because maybe we needed this information all along but there have been multiple tick-tock users you know reacting to audio like that. You know you'll see like a duet where you know. Someone saying that. Avocado tastes exactly like clean penis. And then you know on the other side of the duetted video someone runs and they go get an avocado and they taste it and you just see like the shock in there is as they realize that apparently it does indeed tastes like that. So yeah. that's definitely been a thing throughout tick-tock but it's also even longer been a thing on twitter. You know i did. Some digging dirt some tweets from even a couple of years ago where people are like sorry. Sorry to tell you but avocado tastes like clean penis. That's just that's just how it is. I didn't need to know this but it seems like this is all some twisted modern version of an old wives tale but to be clear short of hearsay on social. Is there any evidence of this is actually true you know. I think that's actually a to sort of personal subjective thinking right. I will say i had a friend who you know. She has a boyfriend so she sexually active. And i told her about about this and she was like i'm going to go grabbing avocado right now. She grabbed one. She'll go by and she just texted me yup period. That was it so. So here's no science. You know.
"butson" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"We're gonna talk about something. I actually like today. Which is the little prince. I am so oh my gosh so excited this is. This is probably my favorite book. Ever amazing periods. And also as you mentioned in my bil- which thank you victoria degree job. Making me sound awesome so i am initially ave. I grew up speaking gibb way. My grandfather spoke jeb way with me at home and so it was something that was always around. And then when. I went to michigan state university i was able to study with helen. Roy to take formerly ojibway like as a foreign language which was super cool. that's awesome. Yeah it was so cool. I felt really like validated. Like wow okay you know. If a top ten state university is teaching my indigenous language must be like a legitimate academic subject. Yeah and funny enough. That team Some of those people are who worked on. The translation of this book will not excuse at michigan state. Now i'm crossing my streams there from university of michigan but the translation team one of the people that worked on this martin nude in and then my mentor from when i was at michigan state. Rachel butson did the beautiful floral initiative ojibway cover art and that was another. I was like. Oh my god. I think that's and i think that might have been the post i shared on instagram. Yeah i so. I was like i can't believe it or not. Only my favorite book being translated into my indigenous language. Just like whoa holy cow. I can't believe this is happening. Within like i know belay who did the art and i was just yeah. It was really really great and then reading the book. I have to admit you know we were talking a little bit before we got started about. When you read a book. Maybe the author name. You don't know the name because you've read it a certain way or there certain words you've only ever read ever heard the pronounce. There were definitely some way worse than this translation reading. I'm like. I am not sure that i got that right but hopefully i didn't embarrass my ancestors to it so you also mentioned before we were really hit record that you own this book in multiple different translations now away also Assuming english at some point what other languages have you collected. Okay so i. Of course english was the first one i got. My mom introduced me to this book. When i was really young. I was sort of ubiquitous with my life. Ever you know growing up. I was like all this book was always around and it was. What inspired me to learn. French will that and gambit from the x men. But i wanted to learn french because the original book was written in french cross and so i started taking french in high school. I went on and university. I minored in french. So wow yeah. All of its like so obsessive all because of this frigging buck and so. That's what acted with my life. My mom so proud so i've got it infringe of course and then it was moved onto spanish then. Two years ago. I got a fulbright. And that was really transformative to my research to my academic career just my whole life. My whole my whole gig kind of out of rooted i went to i went to europe and then as i was traveling around europe. I was just like you know what every place i go. I'm gonna get a copy of the go because it just seemed like you know like why wouldn't actually the little prince has been translated. I think it's four hundred forty five language dialects. I picked one up in bulgarian romanian turkish. Greek there was another one too but it's escaping in the moment. But yeah i so. I've got this book hobbies and especially like with the hungarian version. I don't speak hungarian. I slept through it just to give it a try successful. But i know this story in a now and it's really. It's really cool to see the different translations and how they talk about the different themes in the book that's handled as this book is sort of grown with me because you know of course. I got the original in english. Which is a native speaker of english and seen how these themes that i love are translated into the romance languages like french or spanish and then seen now as an adult how they're translated into my indigenous language of knobby. My one which by the way and this one is the the name of our indigenous language in our indigenous language. Our tribe is initially ave. But you might also know us you might also remember us as chippewa or the ojibway sue all three names for the same tribe. You can use them interchangeably off. That's so awesome. I know of that idea of like a souvenir that is not only like super meaningful but also kind of like tracks year journeys while you're on your fulbright I love books in travel language. It's like this is why our internet friendship has grown. So i had not read this book one of those that. I'm like how have not made it here yet. Was like classic sitting on the shelf. This and a wrinkle in time are like the two big children's books that i haven't read yet but it was great to have an excuse like i needed one but an excuse to sit down and read this one. I have beautiful coffee from the library. That i was excited to get. It's the two thousand edition. It was translated by richard howard. So it'll look a little intro in the front about his experience translating the book and kind of like notes about how like translation. I don't know if it's interesting. How his perspective on translation was like even though like the original work is the same as our society continues to change into the as our language like shifts morphs over time like it was time to bring another translation linked to the twenty first century. So found that fascinating. Yeah i think a lot of the themes resonated with me which will get more into I really wish. I had this in my life when i was younger. Like i wish i would have picked it up as a child really curious what young me would've thought because i am always kind of been that person who wanted to be at the next stage of life. The guy spent probably the ages of six to eleven wanting to be h twelve. I don't know why but twelve was very important to me. And i thought great things. We're gonna happen. He just which they did. My family moved from michigan california. How did i know like the biggest move of my life was going to happen at each show. But yes this whole book about like what it means to be a grownup what needs to be child. And how you can keep that like childhood wondering your dollars. Yeah and definitely like when i read it as a kid. It was more straightforward like you. Don't this is the story. This is a little prance. He's moving through the planet. And this is what he's doing blah blah blah. And now as an adult. I definitely i see it more as like an allegory. It has shifted a bit. Like i'm no longer the little prince. I'm the pilot now which is like so so dismal this so dismal abysmal I'm the adult now in my by plan that breaks down on. It was the same thing for me. Like i feel like i kind of knew i mean. This book is everywhere and it's like so international universally beloved. I see references to it all the time. And i kind of do the basics of the little prince story but i had no idea about the frame story of the narrator. Have no idea took me completely by surprise. And that's the part like you were saying like reading this as an adult. That's the part i latched onto. And i immediately was like. This is a war book. I had no context for it beforehand. But i was like this is a dude. He was fighting in a war. His plane crashed in the desert. And he's like hallucinating now. He's working through some things. I'm a military veteran. And like then when i came back from the military and i was reading this book. Yeah i definitely homelands.
"butson" Discussed on Lush Life
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I'll climate the foot. So this is how the whole concept of design came into the uniform. It's gorgeous so you said it took a year to get the recipe. Were you just thrilled when you had the first sip. Was it everything you thought the asked. This is it. This incorporates all of indian to one. Jim do we do effect but i can say everyone too many the back foot back and forth and finally ben this. This blamed actually a claim. Everyone being must've entity be anybody in this study. It was still a thought process. That cannot discipline Botanical opening can do this. Finally this everyone was super happy about it and just wind averaging and walking when it was in the bottle and produced. How did you conceive it being drunk. Did you immediately think this. Just has to be with gin and tonic. Were you thinking. We can't wait to get this in the hand of bartenders or home bartenders. What were you thinking about. The after cross us so traditionally jin is a great mixture. that can usual number of That so doing taverns during spending in the research oxygen is that was that it can be dried in the way people like whichever you want to make it. They they want to do it. The most important thing would be. How about dana or albany. Anybody is replied to experiment an indigent. So if put ourselves in their shoes how would be experiencing it so be taught that if they have an idea like did associated. Jason made with india so the think about india. Detained that okay. India means spicy in yemen's maybe not colors menendez Throats nicotine so if that eager to register back in their mindset then they can do and like what they want to win whatever they want to make and let them do it because we can just. You'll him to mind you indian failures if strengthen back fat like for example. The new world whiskies infos only scottish out. Japanese street indian. Everybody's seeing this was a newer gin. 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Apart from gin and tonic and the which got having right now. It would be a lot of different scene agent in india and then be creating in. I would say end number of things. Not only that even i would say. The cuisine has incorporated ida member of went to auckland in new zealand. I hadn't indian desert in tuesday's was called glob. The actual name is galab john. It's a sweet mixed on bowl. It's browning Infused gin and it was fabulous. So people are not only experimenting. General drinks that experimenting Indian cuisine so that was amazing. So it's just a matter of of course you know. It's so ironic that the gin and tonic was invented in india. India was drinking except for the british. Like no we're going to have brown shirts until now but so if someone home bartender buys one of the bottles of your jen what are the things. Do you think that they should try first with. Are there any specific easy cocktails that you recommend to start off with a Honest with us quite exciting fun in these unprecedented time. Most of us have become in wauconda. And i would agree with this. I'm making beats to pay. Oh be good at it. Metro flag ticket right. So it gives you confidence to be honest with you and and again it gives you a cake. You can make a nice shaped like this and you present the guests of the some home bartenders. I would say keep it simple. If somebody visits contenders tori and then you can say this this is gmt. Butson indian gmt. It's not really ended water but to indian gin so other person. Just get a mesmerized with the talk of oats indigent and anu Orange peel as a garnish. It it's amazing. So so what would you consider the jazz lemaire perfect serve. I would say you know again. It's about india so this would be meeting. You can take jin a homemade video. Sit up on vitals Us concentrate of dodging or minded. And just bend over is copa glass. 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"butson" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"butson" Discussed on Trina Talk
"You glad to big here all right so everyone thank you for joining us. This is a different episode of china. Talk i've done previous episodes like this but this is my make. It happen series as you guys know. I am a co author on the anthology. Make it happen. And i have been previewing That previewing but presenting my fellow authors of the anthology on the podcast. So that you can get to know more about them and be inspired by their stories. Because this make it happen at solid g project it is gonna be fire has some rate authors who are part of it and today. I'm speaking with gina. She is one of the fellow co authors as well. So we're going to talk to her and it's just going to be great so stay tuned sit back and get ready so gina yes though before we kick it off about. Make it happen. Tell the listeners who you are and how you have become this gene that you are today okay thanks. Yes i gene. Hitches and i am a speaker trainer financial planner and coach and at my sole purpose. I just 'em encouraged that inspire to use my unique voices share my story and the hopes of inspiring and empowering women particularly towards long-term financial security. That's that's my purpose. My passion inspiring that financial confidence. So that's great. I mean because we all need that in especially will everyone. But i know there's a lot of women and probably more so previously but a lot of women who are married in may have been married for long periods of time and their husband take took care of all the finances so if they get divorced or god forbid their husband dies or something like that a lot of times. They're lift filling lost because they don't know what to do so. I think that's very important to have that financial literacy and to teach that and also so that we can pass that onto our children So it's very important but let's get into this anthology so for those of you. Who don't know the the mastermind behind this anthology is current cherry. And if you guys remember current cherry on trina talk. She was episode eighty eight. She's the queen of getting butts. Butson see i tell people all beings you know so. She has put this anthology on. She has picked thirty amazing authors. Gina is one of them so gina tell tell us. Why did you decide to become part of this project. Because i've always had this passionate this story inside of me.
"butson" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Here with jack probably One of our younger listeners. jack tell us about yourself who you are. Maybe where you're about to serve your mission and support meeting saints. I'm jack do see from a midway utah. I have recently been called the servants scotland and ireland. It has been wonderful listening to leading saints to prepare me to be missionary very soon all right mark. So i'm mark josie. I live in midway utah. I worked for franklin covey. I listened to leading saints because it gives me insights about the gospel. It's thought provoking lots of good gas to thinking around lessons. Eighteen steph fourteen to eighteen year olds. Church martin good topics that kind of ice skater on helping us lessons plan was telling me we go on runs together with your podcast not actually physically but on your runs dell y you support leading saints so my name's leeann. Jessie midway utah. You're and i love listening to leading saints because it helps me to fill the spirit and it helps to get me outside of the butson of mike sometimes and expand many thinking and and it helps me to be the gospel in a different light. It's the leading saints. Podcast by name is kirk franklin your host and if you're noodle eating saints we are a nonprofit organization dedicated helping latter-day saints be better prepared to lead and we do that through content creation like this this podcast we have newsletters. We have online articles leading. Saints dot org Jump over there. Hit the start here button and show you round now. This is a how. I lead segment of the podcasts. Were trying to publish. These more regularly on wednesdays may sometimes thursdays depends on how organized we are some behind but we press forward nonetheless and in this how i lead. Why should tell you how i lead. Segment is where we talk with an everyday leader. Who has some leadership. Experience just tells us how they leave now because they have all the answers are they cracked the code or anything like that but simply have a personal experience that we may benefit from by hearing and in this episode. We talked with norm hill. Who's actually been on the main podcast before he has written a book called what they don't teach you at the mtc that comes out in march of twenty twenty one and we talk about how he leads as virtual missionary. He's a former michigan president and has served in a couple of mission presidencies and He has thought about this question a lot as far as being a virtual missionary especially four full-time missionaries. So this would be great. Episode to share with a missionary. Who's about to leave on their mission or maybe one of the field if they can. Listen to podcasts. I made they should write. This is some great stuff or really any latter day saint. Who's just trying to make more of an effort of being a better missionary so you're gonna love it. Here's my interview with norm hill. How he leads as a virtual missionary. Today i'm sitting down again with norm hill. How are you. i'm doing great. Thanks so much for having back a yeah no. I really enjoyed our first conversation. And you're you know you're busy body. You're making some great content out there and We have a book coming out believe it's in march. Isn't that the release date early saints tonight from sear for one they don't teach you the mtc. Yeah what a great title. And obviously this is some Content probably coming from your experience working with missionaries both as a counselor to emission president and as a mission president yourself and and we live in a different time of of missionary work. You're seeing online. Is this girl. Facebook unique Whether they're dances or games or animations the missionaries are are doing. And it's it's kinda cool to see that we're not necessarily knocking door to doors which is probably a positive direction that we're headed right absolutely i. The church is very innovative. The same time looks from a research point of view to see what works and what does and during code it's disrupting everybody's lives and routines. And as we've all heard usually from elder ooh door this time for missionaries to think out of the box to try new things down again a somewhat controlled cautious as a area that is available. It's instead hey let's start out a little bit. And so when i heard that mission president they had just announced ipads for missionaries. We weren't able to get ipad sin for missionaries in africa but today almost every companionship has an iphone with lots of access to the internet mostly through facebook is what missionaries are using mission. Presidents can request a broader us. And based on that there's some kind of review that occurs in the missionary department and more than facebook may be available to missionaries yet. So definitely unique time in. How are you seeing. As far as i know you have even grandchildren that are serving missions. about some of those interactions of some tips and tricks. You're you're doing because it is you kind of get the feeling of will. We need to be super creative. Where were you know creating this almost funny content online because it captures people's attention but Tips tricks where do we start to understand or help. Missionaries understands how to be a virtual missionary during this time. And i think there's a lot that we could do if there's a missionary from your ward ranch doesn't have to be in your family. I write to currently to six missionaries four grandsons. Then a young man from our ward who. We think a lot of ad then a a niece a- grand-niece. I actually don't know very well. But we have a chance to talk a lot and i would encourage people to share their own experience when they see a video from a missionary. I personally am not one to resonate with the skits. That are occurring. Seem a little less serious. I guess is the best way to say sometimes almost frivolous. I really do lied the messages that very similar to the campaign short chad's of years ago i a mormon where very real people being vulnerable and honest are sharing their testimony and their experience and i think those can be enormously affect the in addition missioner's being very creative so i have a two experiences to share. One is a missionary who is now serving. Emma nevada las vegas mission was called to the czech republic and when she was reassigned to.
"butson" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
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Deen for not coming out three years ago and saying she has diabetes. Who cares wouldn't change. Any diabetes take responsibility the american public as a society. Not everybody. i'm not. I'm broad stroking here but please hear me out. I'm sure most of you agree because we're more like minded than we're not the majority of the consuming public out here in america is so i need to place the blame and will not take accountability for one god. Damn it's everybody else's fault all the freaking time. Guess what people reach down men between your legs and grabbed you. Got a pair of those are called testing. take responsibility for your actions. She's getting flagged for sandbagging the info for three years. Most don't like it because she signed these new tv show. She made money not telling anyone that she had these diabetes. Look it's no surprise again. If you are a fan of polythene you know. She doesn't use healthy choice. Ingredients if we're gonna cook like she cooks. Then you are going to reap what you so if you continue to eat fat and lard and full oil in cheese and don't use things like fruit or light or fat-free ingredients you too will end up with type two diabetes you fat you fat all right. Let's go and race over. The headline sponsor of the shell friend of the show. Dave bassett joining us here. Dave how are you buddy. Doing slight head cold apologize now but while i appreciate you People don't know there's with. Dave you're doing me a solid because that's scumbag. Scott nelson decided to back out on the last second racially have filled the segment. So i am ever indebted to you for doing this for me but dave let's go ahead and review a few things before we get into some of the stuff that i wanna talk about. They've just had a very Long winded rant about paula. Deen and the fact that she's fat and she cooks with a lot of i guess unhealthy ingredients and that this should come as no surprise. Anybody that you get diabetes eating this way. Do you have any opinion on that whatsoever thank. She's a great host. I think she brings a great view of southern cookie to the screen I think the term business if If she's got a sickness she wanted to hold it for two years three years or two days or three days. It's i mean heck. It's none of our gun business where she wants to do I respect for. She's ordered compost kind of jealous. I didn't do it in the first place. -solutely bosca joining us here on the show butcher. Bbq dot com. The website had the class last week. Obviously read the email from a guy that flew in for montreal. Give us a little recap of the class. How you thought it went i. Obviously you did a lot of preparation for it. Things unfold did go according to plan. They go better than plan things that you like things. You'd like to improve on for the next class. I i really liked the class. The setting I worked with their local chamber of commerce. They got building for me. 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"butson" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Hey i saw a row older disappointing big fan of hers. I totally get it. You know what. I don't know you say something like that and move on but she just lend into whoa is me and she goes out and even bigger violent like komo. Give it a break Edison roman did apologize. Teagan saying hi chrissy teigen item to. I'm generally sorry. I could you so much pain. She said being a woman who takes and be woman who takes down women's absolutely no my thing and dumping as yours vibes of the city fell to effectively communicate that i hope we can meet one day. I think we'd probably get along bremen. Who is also criticized. Mary kandasamy if he didn't wanna show white privilege and blamed the security. I love the double back apology. I love the honest point of view. Right in interviews. Podcasts wear celebrity to go up and say something. Honestly about a certain thing that they've been asked about right to expound on ended also light that the next day or two and public or some section of the twitter. Broucek mug journalists. They are are kind of you know. Pull out accomplish. She said that the the back and apologize. This is funny. She said he's anita forming. Apologize to christina. Marie kondo names disparagingly to try and distinguish myself which i absolutely do not have an excuse for it was stupid. Callous and insensitive anita learn. Respect the difference between being unfiltered on his feet being uneducated flippin. There's later teagan. A roman finally squashed that beef with cravings offer tweeting that she accepted an apology. Thank you for. This is and to be clear. Never once caught my mind for us. Apologize what you generally full to comment stung. But they most don't because they came from you. It wasn't my hush such high as much. It was my usual news break and for some random person. Hey and everything about me because you make it very easy to be to have people hate you christie god on my shut the fuck up. I think you are incredibly time. It an industry. That doesn't really lend this odd support. Mortar hand for people are time after that. All we have is each other despite their reconciliation new time to columbus to seal that dancing. Apologies that crying. It didn't do anything so above just like saying. Hey i said why said supper sub second keep moving. Look what she does. She do that for nothing. Despite reconciliation romans new times cooking columbus put on hold with spokesperson at times telling us she was on temporary. Leave the model Publicly code on the time to reinstate roman butson avail it may roma shed that she was working excite amid a break from the times. The bet. you're This was a huge shakeup for me personally professionally..
"butson" Discussed on CXR Podcast
"Leaders and talent professionals share their own experiences with varying aspects of discrimination and inequality. Here on moments that matter we are dedicated to creating connected conversations around specific moments. These are moments that matter. Definitely, everyone this is William Wiggins. Coming to you from recross fro. It's in our series We're calling moments that matter. Moments that matter our experiences that we communicating to our public bed have been. Reported or remembered by Black Brown and the people of diversity where they I experienced woke moments in the workplace It would mean experience that they had or something that they have had done the percent will they realized not in Kansas anymore and Mike's very different from that of the people that I work with I interviewed just a three weeks ago Shelia wearing from quadrant and we had conversation about moments that matter hope tuned in and I hope you enjoy what we have to say in this week I have the pleasure of interviewing my wife Carmen, Butson who has experienced many. Moments that matter is well, I'm hoping that this'll be a good and fruitful interview for everyone because coming in I have been together for twenty five years and we have experienced each other's moments that matters. He's been there when I come home nursing or almost in tears about things that happened to me and I have been there for her as well and so today I hope you enjoy what we have to say importantly I hope that you can gather get something from what we have to say in. Perhaps it might impact your experience in your workplace in town ut people that are working alongside you. Well from Carlin for you. Are you in the other. I'm doing well. It's good. Okay it's funny. I. Started I want to do. I, I probably know every moment of the matter is that you've had You know all the moments of had that I want you to give us an instance when you were. In the workplace I think I know a couple but I want to hear from you I want you to give a Smithson where you I realize that. This is going to be a struggle the give us a a story something bad is your unique experience where? You it was a walk moment for woke in terms of unless they woken earns up You realize I said you're not in. Kansas City more might spence was going to be very your been someone. Else's experience going GonNa be and I'd like to hear from you what videos or what those are. I think for me. My very first. Or at least I won't moment I remember was probably after. And I moved from Detroit to Chicago school inch in outside of Chicago. Ain't home for a little bit and then I moved back and I was excited to move back and start my life as an adult and I party, of course, and used all my money so very last moment. So go get a temp job in virtually. That's red started so. I went to my my temp sign and I. Signed up and I got an assignment I'm very excited because I got to. My first assignment was at. An architectural firm and I was going to be I don't know the front desk person or whatever. They are not excited just to go because I was interested in architecture and I thought well, this could be the beginning of a great career in. Go and And I. let them know I was there and they told me to sit in the lobby lobby. That Milwaukee, for about ten fifteen minutes and said Hey just to remind you that I'm here. Oh we got it sat there for an hour. And still nothing from anyone that there for another hour and finally I was told it's okay. We'll pay you for the day but we we decided that we don't need you. So. I walked out of there just not knowing what happened and I went back to to the the firm that placed there and said hey they. They don't need me by you telling you that community for week and they're like, don't worry about it. We'll pay you. bye-bye you know this is sort of weird to this day I. Have No answer I. have no idea. How I was treated or wild street at that way I have my guests. But it began in me just a desire to ensure that. Knew how they were being treated wider, moving certain way and to to the extent that I hit available to me. To today accent that I could ensure that that no one is true in the way that I was treated that day and how many of us that experience I know right now, you do a lot of training of recruiters who recruiting toolbox. How have you used that experience in order to train and air the people that you your clients and your your your training To. Impact. The candidate experience more positive way for diversity. I I sometimes I share that story most often I don't but I include in every probably every training that I've done and who knows how many that is this I've been consulting now for ten years I that had a nice long career in recruiting but. Every opportunity. I get. I tried to ensure that people understand that a candidate is a person I that candidate is coming to new in there at a moment of great strength. Perhaps, they don't need the job in this is just a nice to have or at a moment of great weakness where they really do need a job. And We as recruiters never know what stage that person's in whether it is here they are in between and so it's our job to treat people. Well, that is first and foremost what we should do why I've been a member of. The. the Committee on on I'm treating people well and hiring. Candidate experience that makes sense I think that in -sposed first and foremost doesn't mean that you had to give what you want a job that doesn't serve the job but it needs to treat every person comes in front of you well, and I will tell you that that's a struggle that is a struggle dreaming candidates with dignity and respect with these they deserve is difficult for many organizations. Organizations are getting way more candidates especially these days than they can than they can help. At which point I tell people that it is it is really a part of my job to figure out how to help them, how do we either get them to not apply and point them to more resources that make sense or how we in the midst of coming into contact with candidates how do we niche that they are being treated well as part of the process with ooh. I know that this was several years back. You were doing some type of training. I can't remember specifically what the training was in use to.
"butson" Discussed on Pantheon
"But I mean, I mean the nineteen sixties not the band but the entire decade comes to a close on December thirty first you know as opposed to. December thirty first nineteen. Sixty to. Six, year. B B because that is the end of the Beatles, and the Beatles are really what the sixties you know. are really about this. You know this, they were the the soundtrack of the decade they pushed the envelope that commented on the Times The Times a affected them you know that just they are in in. Encased in that counterculture more so than anything or anybody body, and it just seems to me that if you WANNA point a finger at a particular moment, it's not altimonte it is them and it has to be their demise which occurs exactly one year later on December thirty first nineteen seventy. John and I am. because. Near the end of the your book, you suggest the nineteen sixties provided a small window when a chunk of humanity briefly realizes its moral potential and flirted with a collective belief that the love you take is equal to the love you make. McCartney's flaming me such a such a lane and it just seemed to sum up everything about them. You know especially when it came to young people, they they able to marshal a movement even able to. Make people feel better boat themselves through the Music Mindy said to me by the Beatles so much. I love home abides talk when the students all the classic opened by. I can usually go from Warsaw to metallica often shooting, Butson also, Noko. Ended up. Using the soldiers meeting hockey. soulmate me hockey and. You'll never see a pdf investing again I think we have so many young people way out sue motivated to be a movement for Change. Unfortunately change as A. Constant it's never it's never when police it went team. Moved be nice if it was. Eminent nervous but for that. Because you did mention ultimately and ultimately. Changed things in terms of. Moot. CINCINATI him but for a short pdf in history I think Beatles affected some kind of social and cultural change which was good for the Klina. Once, again. And that's too bad. So you know. What was it about them in your opinion that we all still obsess about just four regular blokes from northern from a northern English town playing American style music. I. I mean it's the ultimate. What can move Ettelaat and say a conundrum you why fifty years? Ago Is let you and I made. A young minds game but somehow. The songs have. Appeared songs seem to up taking on a life of the wind and. Songs. But.
How to become a malware analyst
"You started out in kind of this this you know sort of loose umbrella organization the security. Checkpoints and stuff? But obviously it was a big jump between what you were doing there and moving up to a CTO and infrastructure manager, and so forth says you started configuring networks for small businesses so like. What were some of the major sort of stepping stones where you went from? This area of knowledge, and then you've got you know this this much higher in this tire. What were some of the sort of transformative things in your career that got you to where you are now where you're starting on companies, and so forth yet so when I said twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five, remember the age now and one of the big challenges in the olden days I should was Maui mostly through email arms. It was a constant challenge seems we would buy foul would say that I would change it with. Would by Boris you stop with the answer virus, but. Announcing to be constantly constant challenge to the businesses How could we start now at Einstein, which was the best dog. Back then as well coming into the network and we kept buying Butson kept going on today to see asking for more money. And why? Why did you spend this much money in the digital and so? From that? I decided that I wanted to follow in the logical me was. I don't think there should be a business issue. Technology issue on if I was running a technology company. I have ends do whatever I wanted, and then the baton. We could change your bowl so I saw saw company. Hold at sleep. At which wasn't enough security today and the idea was was to. Move Email security teams. Kyle. which everyone looked to me like headset. Quarantine is selling. It's good to get quarantined in the cloud. That was the mentality that unto make it a Subscriber Solution I. I thought that company. As a see, I became Iras, we took investment. And We grew fast not completely I in Dot com date to the to the embezzles on not later became a think fuse mail, which is now by viper that still going somewhere. That's GONNA. Fifteen Years Eissa. Nice legacy! From that when I Got Very involved in some government stuff some some logic at the right I saw A. It was the time was inspired by security advisement. Advise up a full, many large companies and. I helped trying secure environments in addition a lot of recovery ransomware Congress opponent came after the next is. A lot of breach recovery's reach detection I'm cigarette. And one of the things, we always still route throughout my twenty s I guess ninety now getting more than twenty nine thousand eight is. It's a waste Maur so it's whether it's somebody opening an email attachment whether it's. Pushing out like wannacry into seventeen or glass. To Wasting Maui, that's the pain point, everybody. Okay. Well, let's let's jump right into. That did so. Our topic today, specifically ransomware, but malware in general, so we've. We've spoken about ransomware on on past episodes. We had a great episode of a while back. We might release it with a Christian beak of McAfee who else talked about the no more ransom organization, but certainly as you say Malcolm. Malware ransomware aren't going away anytime soon, and they're always sort of. Staying one step ahead of Cybersecurity, expert experts, and you know sort of counter, a malware methods, and so forth I've always. We're always putting new sort of Maur of the week up on our on our interest resources site, and all sorts of crazy things, things young gap jumping and all these new technologies that that. you know added to things so What is the state of ransomware at the moment? Do you think it's gone down? Stayed Up, stayed the same in the age of Covid nineteen people. You know being decentralized locations and working from home and things like that is that make people more or less susceptibility thinker it so I know. Unfortunately it's gone up till nine extreme level at Bobi the highest job we seem. In the last three years. It's happened in the last three months. Okay, I. That stems from various various things one is we've now. The premature is now gone where. Nitty gone, fall, but the people who are outside liver attendance, being more technical savvy sales guys us, not pulsing used to get with technology and the threats. Now we've taken coal centers outside of the rental. We've native. People who pay lowest salaries outside of the purposes of they've lost. A little bit permits security. We've seen massive amounts of increase in things coming through, but more money things executed. The other huge contributing bachelors. Nobody knows what the moments anymore nobody knows. Is it normal to get an email from my CIO estimates? You're Oakland Sunday because. Normally. They're Managing was sitting across the evangelist our when people are home, in Saudi the most tech savvy people get these emails. ACID mortal enables macaroni. Viljoen down his file. Oh, you need to die. Leagues get access to this site on making a diving. It's not actually diabate Moran. We'll sing Momo. People get tricked into doing things that they. Traditionally do.
"butson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Get lucky with the other people that are involved and then you have to get really talented filmmakers like Jason and Michael and everybody who can craft the materials so that the narrative make sense remember this ten episodes over five weeks. You know that's a lot of heavy lifting. Then you gotTA. Really get lucky. In this case unlucky likely that there was no live sports on television. We were the only game in town now. I don't think if you did the peanut. Guber Colin Coward story those weeks we would be successful, but but baby. It'd be watched because there was nothing really else on during that time, so this was A. Great timing, fortune and great talented people and a great subject. I mean he is A. He's a incredibly interesting character. He's an incredibly compelling individual and I thought. He spoke his troops. Yeah, Peter Guber joining us. Sit and talk for Peter for hours the Athletes and There some level Michael he's still he still loves winning just talking he loves winning. And there's an I don't i. don't know what creates that is insecurity vulnerability I have no idea are actors and athletes driven by the same stuff to you being part of a good team in winning is are they really different personality types? They're absolutely the same in terms of the curation of desire. They have a emotional component inside them of excellence. They want to be the very very best they WANNA put out very best. And they want the very best talent help curate and create swarm it collected. Make it work, and I think that's that's their similarity. The different things if you have you know if if you have. A great performer like Michael Jordan, or or Steve Kerr or steph curry or newscast of Media Castle. For a star like like. The Great Baseball Stars of our ears. They all are about excellence. How do I make my craft excellent? Now some of them get a little crazy and some of them go off the rails in other parts of their life makes an interesting story is the not all vanilla, and that's why we both have jobs. I gotta manage some of them. Importance. That's funny. You've had you've had more than fifty. Academy award nominations, so you wake up in the morning. What would make you happier? Knowing that? You got your in the NBA finals or the world. Series or your movie got an academy nomination for best film. What gives you the bigger high? Know something other than that with the big high today. It is butson seats. That would be. That would be high-octane results for for me. I think that's really. The most important thing we have to, we have to relieve the pain and give the joy and create the environment that get that back to where it was very quickly. You know you're your use. A movie business I saw a study the other day that most people would rather not go to a movie theater. They WANNA watch stuff at home, and you guys will figure out a way to make money in the music business. Life is crazy. It's amazing to me. I grew up in theaters I love the movie business I still watch I watch every documentary that comes down the Pike. The sports business is changing and people like you know people like watching stuff at home, not just games. Are you ever shocked by how Fluid Society is tack? The changes you told me ten years ago. I was going to get into a car with strangers, and they take me to a restaurant. It's called Uber. I would have said you're out of your mind. You of what you've been. You've been a developer. You have been an investor in many of these companies. Is there a rule I mean? Are you shocked by how much change your life is seen in the last ten years? Is Shocking, but what you really after a member I'm. For me. I'm in the experience I'm in the audience experienced business I have to render an experienced audience to capture their attention. I have to aim at their heart then their mind and their wallet so I literally have to figure out a way to engage the engagement of the audience is the success in our businesses and sports is a tremendous engagement element. You have to engagement many different ways the music. Music you have engaging with the food. You have to engage with the seat. You have to have an experience that gets them to decide two point three days before drive ten point five miles way ten point six minutes to get in the seat and watch a game and participate in the game. Your and they don't leave in one minute or one second or one day or if they get behind. Behind three runs, a four hundred ten bassin's. They don't leave in the television or media business, you will one quarter of an inch away from being disassociated from your product by that thumb on their finger in an instant. If they have if they have a BURP, after go to the bathroom, or they get a telephone call. You're out of business, so you have a much higher challenge, but the reality. Reality is both of those systems live close together. There's nothing like the tribal necessity in our society of that social cohesion of all the fans cheering, screaming and believing they make a difference in a football game baseball game basketball game. That is totally compelling. That's fifty thousand years of training, so we're not giving it up because some mother has decided that we're going to have to quarantine everybody for ever. Because of a virus Yeah Peter guber absolute pleasure talking to you one of these day I'm at L. AFC, and turn around and see you often. I'm happy for your success. Thank you so much for taking time for our show. Thank you always listen to you. Love you good luck and stay healthy all right, Peter, guber fascinating. Just it's just an interesting guy how he sees sports and movies and I love Rainman. Rainman top ten for me all time rainman. I don't think I knew that I love rainman. You know you always. Movie is the best five movies you've seen in the last year that the always say those are your favorite. I have done this more than one time in my life. I have no idea why do this. Is Anybody ever sat down just randomly and said I'm right down my favorite movies, twenty or no I do it all the time twenty. No, no, I have! I, mean I'm not joking. Louis Sunshine is sixteen. Chinese silence of the lamb is one. redemptions to. PORKY's three. Mrs Doubtfire is twenty I like it way more than everybody else I think little Miss Sunshine is a top ten movie. Greg Greg Canir. Everything he's in his good. Braveheart is my favorite movie pulp fiction, the second pope's way up there. Pulp Fiction's up there to my top twenty after that to rotate tune depending on to and I think platoons number four goodfellas three, so you really sat in gone. One Hundred Times. I! I Love I. Love ranking stuff. That's true. You loveless. Listen We. 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"butson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Know something other than that with the big high today. It is butson seats. That would be. That would be high-octane results for for me. I think that's really. The most important thing we have to, we have to relieve the pain and give the joy and create the environment that get that back to where it was very quickly. You know you're your use. A movie business I saw a study the other day that most people would rather not go to a movie theater. They WANNA watch stuff at home, and you guys will figure out a way to make money in the music business. Life is crazy. It's amazing to me. I grew up in theaters I love the movie business I still watch I watch every documentary that comes down the Pike. The sports business is changing and people like you know people like watching stuff at home, not just games. Are you ever shocked by how Fluid Society is tack? The changes you told me ten years ago. I was going to get into a car with strangers, and they take me to a restaurant. It's called Uber. I would have said you're out of your mind. You of what you've been. You've been a developer. You have been an investor in many of these companies. Is there a rule I mean? Are you shocked by how much change your life is seen in the last ten years? Is Shocking, but what you really after a member I'm. For me. I'm in the experience I'm in the audience experienced business I have to render an experienced audience to capture their attention. I have to aim at their heart then their mind and their wallet so I literally have to figure out a way to engage the engagement of the audience is the success in our businesses and sports is a tremendous engagement element. You have to engagement many different ways the music. Music you have engaging with the food. You have to engage with the seat. You have to have an experience that gets them to decide two point three days before drive ten point five miles way ten point six minutes to get in the seat and watch a game and participate in the game. Your and they don't leave in one minute or one second or one day or if they get behind. Behind three runs, a four hundred ten bassin's. They don't leave in the television or media business, you will one quarter of an inch away from being disassociated from your product by that thumb on their finger in an instant. If they have if they have a BURP, after go to the bathroom, or they get a telephone call. You're out of business, so you have a much higher challenge, but the reality. Reality is both of those systems live close together. There's nothing like the tribal necessity in our society of that social cohesion of all the fans cheering, screaming and believing they make a difference in a football game baseball game basketball game. That is totally compelling. That's fifty thousand years of training, so we're not giving it up because some mother has decided that we're going to have to quarantine everybody for ever. Because of a virus Yeah Peter guber absolute pleasure talking to you one of these day I'm at L. AFC, and turn around and see you often. I'm happy for your success. Thank you so much for taking time for our show. Thank you always listen to you. Love you good luck and stay healthy all right, Peter, guber fascinating. Just it's just an interesting guy how he sees sports and movies and I love Rainman. Rainman top ten for me all time rainman. I don't think I knew that I love rainman. You know you always. Movie is the best five movies you've seen in the last year that the always say those are your favorite. I have done this more than one time in my life. I have no idea why do this. Is Anybody ever sat down just randomly and said I'm right down my favorite movies, twenty or no I do it all the time twenty. No, no, I have! I, mean I'm not joking. Louis Sunshine is sixteen. Chinese silence of the lamb is one. redemptions to. PORKY's three. Mrs Doubtfire is twenty I like it way more than everybody else I think little Miss Sunshine is a top ten movie. Greg Greg Canir. Everything he's in his good. Braveheart is my favorite movie pulp fiction, the second pope's way up there. Pulp Fiction's up there to my top twenty after that to rotate tune depending on to and I think platoons number four goodfellas three, so you really sat in gone..
"butson" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning
"Good luck I'd love to see when that thousand eight grand so are you can have the next thousand got all week as we give it a shot and try during the Monster. Obviously but then stick around. Listen to the news Yucky. Try then and also during the Jim. Colbert show right here on real radio one. Oh four point. One runs rollins along with Carlos and Angel Ryan Homes Angelique and Savannahs with us again today and today not from gator lands. She's from her home once again Still putting on makeup I guess if there are no tourists and subjugating you don't have to be there at a certain time right like the game eight I you but I was being there really early so I could do stuff with you guys Save that for Friday and then I'm GonNa do it with you guys in the regular days here. I like that. How you back? Plus I get to sleep like forty five minutes late. Got Smart Yeah how you been. What's going on It national memory. Because you know that national limerick day used right LIMERICK VIDEO. I did and I was actually writing. Try to write lyrics Lynn Rights. For All you guys. But we'll have to wait 'til next segment for me to do it because I didn't get finished. Okay all right. What kind of mood you in. Today Savannah. Where those eyebrows going? They're going to be excited serious. They're going to be stern the going to be anxious. They're going to be happy. I think today they're going to be very excited. I I liked best when they're excited. I like I like that. I like. You're very girl. Sometimes they get mean if I do the curve too hard. That's called the Carell Deville. Okay so believe it or not I was. I was listening to something this morning. And they were talking about women that draw on their eyebrows and they said one of the mistakes that they make is when they first start. They put a lot of effort into the first eyebrow. And by the time you get to the second eyebrow you a little bit quicker and Wabi problem again. There's this not win. One might not get as much attention as the other more watching the morning that he's getting makeup. Tips mean that right bias. Understand THEIR SISTERS NOT TWINS Samantha. Got That concept all day. He's watching up five o'clock in the actual channel. It's called sit while. Up No access. Hollywood I that comes up right before the national news. It's access Hollywood. And some guy who does make up for like a famous people and they were talking about eyebrows. P Read Cosmo the other day. Notice this article. Pumpkin extra early. This where I got to thirty. Which is crazy show called coast? Makeup Acheson pulled this topic for you Carlos and see what you thought And the I'm curious. What whatever things about this one with That are bald and I to baby topics today since babysitting and and this is a story. This I me to say It's a woman a pregnant woman and her husband and she's in a legal fight now with her Her husband's family. 'cause they have just contend that the she's planning on doing is child abuse and it's the name that she has picked for the child now. The name that she is picked is a family name and she didn't like this the family what we're going with and now even Brought at first husband was in you know end with it. And then now. His family is convinced them. Oh no this is a this is child abuse to do this before I tell you the name. You WanNa take a guess. What name this? Yeah I'll take a guess is it? Is it corona? It IS NOT CORONA. Not A bad. Guess what do you think is an old name and I've heard it before matter fact. It's one of my favorite movies. Is it from Song of the South? It's not it's not. This isn't it. Dan Hill called. What are you doing now now? Now I don't know it's it's in your favorite movie. It's one of my favorite movies when I was kid. Yeah there's a there's a character that is name this Angel Against Burchell Virgil now peewee. Now I'll tell you I'll tell you the movies movies and Salva Music. Hitler dusty bottoms. No that's that's the three Amigos no The lead character. The man okay. Mr Van Trap name is gaylord. And that's a name in her family for Yawns neons generations gaylord? She wants she wants to name the Child. Gaylord and And you know the husband's family he's going to be picked on. He's going to be bullied. That's child abuse to name him. Gaylord do you. Does anyone agree that it's child abuse the Gaylor. You're not starting on a good foot. I'll tell you that. I don't think it's child abuse but I mean like come on get up for the dad not around. Is that why why the families protesting scenario dads around and it says. Initially the father was fine with it but now since his family's gotten to hates it. See this is why I always say you. Don't tell anyone the name of your child until after the child is Bland. Not after the child is born then. No one's going to say anything because it's already the kids they are. They GonNa do it behind your back. Child has the name so said children are cruel little bastard. See I was getting. I wanted to name my son Race Race Ray and I think that's a cool name like race bannon from from Johnny Quest Okay. Racist cool name all right no problem with that but my all all the grandparents and they were upset about it and then like no. You can't name race so we went through Ryan. We're such a boring name name would be. It means little King Irish. It's fine. I wish it would have stuck with race. Yes I think a lot of it has to do with the last name of this child like if his name is like Gaylord Bananas and that's one thing but his name is Gaylord Joan like that. Don't sound like anybody. I WanNa mess with bananas is a bad ass drag. Queen Performance Asked Bananas and I'm here to entertain boys. I'm looking at the story. Hey Gaylord Jones is looking for you when you be like. Oh I am. I'm looking at the story and it doesn't say what his last name would be. They're just saying that it's tradition for this. Particular Woman's family goes back to her a great great great grandfather and gaylord. And I thank you for years. Ross that has been saying Never say the name. I think that's stuck with me because with our daughter. We never told anybody in the name and we're so glad we didn't. We didn't do that because it was a big surprise and with our with our new baby coming soon. We haven't told anybody the name whether it's a boy a whether it's a girl and Gosh a question did you. Did you slip and give and I would never say it. Did you slip and give me the name? Though when you thanked me for the gift I sent you and you said baby butter Blah will appreciate it to did you slip and give it a name or was that maybe Cardigan yes. Yeah No. That's just like what we call 'cause Carlos and Megan okay. That was the name which I thought was pretty cool neighbor. I know I ran with Russ. He trusted me old. I bought he slipped and gave me the name. Thank you well you know we let was originally Magliolo Baby Mega. We always would call. And that's why we stuck with meg lows and all that stuff but No just been calling card but it looks similar to mega even though Cardigan sounds like more like a name. 'cause boys they nothing. He's got a cool target. Yeah Yeah but we have. Yeah are we have our names picked out and We're ready to go and counting down the days for sure but I think like you said Lake along that has stuck with me. Don't say the name because people are like like you know what the gaylord a kid but out you're not gonNA take care of the kid leave. Let the mother and the father or just the mother and and you know what? Stop being a bitch dude. The Guy who sided with his family. That's your that's the mother of Your Child. You side with her and you go with whatever name you both agree on if you don't like it and then talk with their but nobody like Mama Mama said gaylord main. He's going to be cleaner the gays. I mean he can't do that. It get this says says that his family got together and gave them a list of acceptable names that they approve to give the Child Man. See I gotTa Tell You. I think I would go with gaylord. Absolutely that's been in your family. I mean okay. Is he going to get a little teasing? Maybe a lot of teasing. Maybe but you know what it just makes you. Tougher doesn't now that that logic teasing makes you tougher ridiculous teasing how you get school shooters like. There's there's people that were teased relentlessly in school. You know the people I'm talking about. They didn't make any tougher and more incl- introverted. If your name was gaylord homes actually they sound generic Sherlock Holmes Dollar General version of Sherlock but gaylord home and Dr Butson and I wanted. I wanted to what you guys thought about. It is it. Is it child abuse to name a kid gaylord child abuse? But it's a real jerk thing do very marine high school. I wanted to name my kid. Caleb capone and everybody was like capone ought cool the coolest thing ever and yeah but that name does have their infamous names. There are truly infamous names. That have you know. Hitler obviously capone Ben Laden. There I mean there are very few names like gaylord was not even the thought. When you mentioned that it was mostly like Hitler. Because as you've heard other people name some baby's name is targeting scarface. All right don't Spanish. They're going to put your makeup on your still busy there. Yeah question what you're going to bring. We gotta go to break Limerick when we come back eight probably not. The break is long. Okay all right all right. We're live on our youtube channel. You can see how bad a personal care all. She looks really surprised today. Those are things I heard you guys talking about paget's yesterday after I got off the phone and that was a bad. Move back all right. We'll talk about You're listening to the march the morning. Please seven one six one. Four one eight nine seventy one. Oh four one real radio one. Zero four point one..
"butson" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"We'll say I love agency KONDA. Yeah the century. They beat up the century and Fat Cobra who is quickly becoming one of my favorite characters uh-huh basically the super cheap punch super cheap lunch and that whole the all the evil out of him and then he takes the blue void that's now than the rise in the East as he's that Cobra the first time I've ever had the amount of title so sweater so that's good Bizarre Adventures. I loved everything except the last Story which is a black glide story. which would have placed him as this total dude grow? And that's Kinda Lane wasn't he like isn't isn't it like a sign he's a scientist or Scientists and I'm not GonNa boy with the science then go to this whole thing about how. Yeah he pulls mass another dimension Nisa Jessica every time when these people grow the appalling these like sentient beings out of the university to build their mass. It's element it's Kinda Nutty as concept in general is playmates. This kind of self centered your typical Jerkin. That's that's not who built foster was and it really honestly. It was just a really bad taste in your mouth after the other stores which were all amazing raising You have a ulysses blood stone story which is sort of CONAN's story you know set in at busy. Hey Gordon Age. Because he's immortal and stuff he writes a scroll and it gets all crazy and you know 'cause the shore wants to steal the Butson amazing story is just a great. It's both visually and telling Shang Cheese Story. And that's really awesome. Meets up with some old guy who I was waiting for him to admit to say yeah. It's it's good to see you. Debt the whole defy. And you know it's all cool and whatnot and You know but then Shane she. You know steps to save a dog. Neil guy like kissing throat note says you lost that medal. 'cause you try to save a dog what do you do and then we have this really lovely story with Dracula where he like meets a lady. Evelyn Riley who is a O'Reilly who's actually Evelyn. Been House saying and Dan he got falls in love with her but you know then eventually she dies and specials like yeah man I remember you forever. I'm GonNa love you forever and it's Kinda sad it's like Oh yeah. It was wealthy that the human heart still beats is breast. Just you know only once every seven years ears so that's good and then there's contagion which I also read which is like yeah. That's all the books I read this week. Bill anything you WANNA add and now the between this sweet talked all the comics. We've talked it out even mentioned that values another c CCOO of marble studio created the ass in should be means absolutely nothing. Ours doesn't new job but at least it means that he doesn't have anyone the answer make more stuff and give it to us for free. Dental we will talk to you about so Comics movies and stuff that they would like to get a free.