19 Burst results for "Carrozza"

"carrozza" Discussed on CAMHS Talk

CAMHS Talk

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on CAMHS Talk

"They are we have and china's nat king on doctor francesco shocking. I'm a consultant. Committee pediatrician based the globe. Essentially luton said the late crawl. Sece's love late. Thank you so much for joining the compensation and we have tabs high tabs heineke. So i'm tabs us and the co-production need gluten children's comed- sixes and care. I'm welcome and next. We have sonya i- sonia i'm sonya of from snap parrot cara floor of participation officer care. I'm welcome sonya next. They have done a murray high. Heineke donna marie. I'm apparent open. Newly diagnosed childhood near diversity. And i'm also the chair of luton's parent encourage forum. I'm round come to the mating. I'm lost but just not laze high. Carry on carry money and on cherry betsy preparing care forums. Lafley thank you. It started nice will come together again. Just celebrate. John is pack that we've been working on the stop. Chalon time say get come faz. So and how. The i take for this support. Pat come round so we spoke slows parents ag an carrozza move used to pediatric service and they told us about their experience of journey towards diagnosis expand. That's long challenging journey. And they find received the diagnosis. It's really overwhelming. They compare the feelings to our bereavement. So they said that you know that boston. God's along with the diagnosis. it's just too much for them to process of appointing time to be awesome meeting. What would help them support. One and the feedback was having two nations to guidance short videos rather than lots of a written information as esley to cry parents shortage as a beautiful them one parent had vision that we worked with of having an graphic to explain what the process and what to expect at the appointment how to prepare for the point being that would be helpful to have some resources as well and some passengers. Those videos to celebrate boston's noorzai presidency and office and support guidance on how to manage practical imitate day basis. The parents cast hold having all this information in one place when they can access it. When that reggie have had not changed to understandable the tightness means for their family and the impact of it would really help them and also just to app it be dietrich service. They always recognized.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Frailty Is A Thing?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Frailty Is A Thing?

"I am excited today to introduced to you dr mucci. She has the coolest instagram page. That you're ever gonna wanna watch so her pages linked in the show notes and we are going to discuss. Frailty today which. Until i ran into her. I didn't even know an actual medical thing. So thank you for joining me. Have i so i just thought frailty meant you know i have a very good definition of frailty. I just thought it meant that you started losing the ability to move freely. And then you've told me that there's actual stages and it's a medical thing so why don't you start by telling everybody what frailty actually is to a medical doctor a right. Thank you very much for the kind introduction jets and so frankly is very commonly used announced a families look after all people and they just say oh mommy's a bit freia and she's slowed down a little bit out. Of course they chum failty in medical world as means completely different thing and their definition official definition knees highly if they reduce physiological reserves allocco physiological reserves. This means and why is it important to understand while this happens. As a result of amalgamation wolf three major factors as a result of aging process amalgamated with age related diseases we accumulate over the life span as less side effects of medications. Let me give you an example. What this means. So recent example for my clinical practice beatrice is ninety two year old lady. She's quite fit. Well lead independently. She before the lockdown. Actually it was running classes in a swimming pool oval senior citizens so very engaged with her community and leaving a beautiful life with quote a good quality of life however decreases ninety two and in the lost two three years. Should he'd have a few medical problems into stroke clinic with couple of meanest strobes diagnoses on. Jain ah should also has a little bit okay. High blood pressure. Some kidney disease muggle problems. None of them are actually bad enough to impact on. Have day to day functioning. She takes madison's will. These conditions is on block thin as full day mini strokes or cholesterol tablets. So she's functioning will and then one day should develops really a bad kid named action or you're north talked infection and it was bad enough for her to be a stylized in hospital and what happened. She became very confused. Deal various and rather than spending just two three days in hospital For intravenous antibiotics shea had two weeks admission in hospital because have confusion was resolving and of course what happens told their doubts if they spend a lot of time in in bed completely condition muscles wasted away by them. Homeless admission is keen swimmer. Could not stand to go into a rehabilitation facility and it was good two months before she actually returned home and she was not back to normal cell sure required carrozza assistance required Family to help. And that's what frailities. It's their amalgamation. She did not know that. Race frail have family did not understand why mom sophie to while swimming the day before teaching her class next day hunterston agen and actually swearing which Merited before in. How confused state why this will happen into. It was very traumatic for the families. And that's what i said. I explained frame because of course as a result of a previous mini strokes should have reduced brain reserves and urinary infection. Eat infection there are toxins in the body which up poisoning the brain. Now in you. And i we might not have a major program but had strokes if so bring presents lou and should develop a confusion shays ninety two age related changes to the boogie moss and muscles. Do you know on net. After the age of fifty we use about one to two percent muscle mass every year. So just imagine when you come to ninety two remember. She's actually switch. It wasn't bad But you can't go against the nature so there you go mini strokes causing reduced brain reserves. Shays ninety two year old with reduction in her muscle mass spending two weeks hostile bat eligible kidney problem on the background and of course urinary tract infection led to deterioration that and have completed different individual at the

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"carrozza" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Placed the good of the church in the in the foremost of her thoughts and prayers. How is it that this young girl who is below the stairs becomes someone in a very short amount of time? Listen to in the courts of not only the papal courts but as being heard by kings and Queens. Yeah well it begins as it usually does so we saw this with Hildegard of Bingen that there are those who come to her for advice for council and the advice that she gives the wisdom. The sagacity of someone of such a young age really took people completely by surprise. And so greater and greater personages began coming to her asking her for advice and of course with the blessing of the Dominicans of the the understanding of Raymond of Kapalua She began receiving letters and then began sending letters and of course history has happily preserved more than four hundred of Catherine's letters. Now we have to remember that she was dictating these because her her skills in reading and writing were limited for most of her life which makes even more fascinating Her Command of language as she is a vivid writer and her letters initially were sent to the her France or the both men and women who had gravitated around her but as more and more people began hearing about her she became more and more involved in the life of CNN. And the life of the church on I two regional and then a national scale in Italy and then of course on an international scale as her correspondence. began with the pope's and therein lies of course Some of her greatest accomplishments summer for greatest achievements. We'll continue our conversation on the life and teachings of Saint Catherine of Sienna and our next episode. You've been listening to the doctors of the Church the CARE ISM of wisdom with Doctor Matthew Bunsen to hear and or to download this conversation along with hundreds of others spiritual formation programs visit discerning hearts dot com. This has been a production of discerning hearts. I'm your host Chris McGregor. We hope that this has been helpful for you that you will. I pray for our mission and if you feel as worthy consider a charitable donation to help support our efforts but most of all we hope that you will tell a friend about discerning hearts DOT COM and join us next time for the doctors of the church the Carrozza some of Wisdom Dr Matthew Bunsen..

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"carrozza" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Hello. My Name is Deacon Almighty Addidas and I want to ask you to support turning hearts in a special way we Chris McGregor McGregor the board and I all know that not everyone listening can help financially. We know we have listeners. From all parts of the world and we have made a commitment since the beginning to make the truth shared through to turning winning hearts totally free so while you may not be able to contribute financially which you can do certainly pray but also give us positive reviews on whatever platform you used to listen to plus I tunes Android Stitcher spotify however it is that you get these podcasts. Or if you're on youtube and you like our videos please give us a good rating and write a review. The more good ratings and reviews we get. The higher profile in the more listeners will discover US listeners who may have the means to contribute in the future. Please consider raiding leading us in writing a positive review. Today we now return to begin again with with Father Timothy Gallagher. His challenges the struggles in his life and the suffering that in many ways what was old is actually new again. I mean that they're or maybe better better said there's nothing new under the sun that what they've experienced. I is not so different than the possibilities of challenge that we may have absolutely and you know we watch this change you from the time. That are provincial. Asked me to write this book until today's we've all seen a change in this only in the last few years that we become aware that this kind the situation may not be in the remote future and we need to be ready to be faithful in times. When may there may be a price to pay? I have the sense that the vendor will interiors life is becoming coming increasingly valuable to us and is more valuable to us now. Then I'd almost want to say ever before you absolutely right Chris. That the things did he dealt with many of them are being reproduced in our time and also just the legacy that he would leave the particular care ism that touched his heart. That would be the one that would touch those who are called to serve in the oblates of Virgin Mary. How would you describe that particular Carrozza Him? Well when I did. My doctoral thesis took me five hundred pages question but I think I can say pretty simply. I think the deep intuition is that that I've I've already mentioned that. There is a deep divide between what it baptized followers of Jesus have said Yes to in. Their baptism may be in their early years. Chris and the way they actually live today and the reason for the divide is that we tend easily to move with the flow of a culture her that is increasingly secular and so it becomes almost unconsciously. We find ourselves in position in which we are judging and thinking thinking and consequently making choices more according to what is out there around us in the culture and comes to us through the Internet cut and television and all the different avenue so with which culture speaks to us today and so the deep urgent critical need in the church is for a a way to bring members of the Church to personally reflect upon deeply simulate the truth of their faith convinced that once that happens lives will change and not only will people personally want holiness but they will become apostles apostles and bringing Jesus to to others and through his own experience of life the venerable and Terry came to the conviction that indignation spiritual exercises sizes. This little book given to the Church through Saint Ignatius of Layla in the sixteenth century. In those spiritual exercises the church has a uniquely equally practical doable and powerful instrument to help people make that bridge from the faith they have said yes to in a certain sense in the early years of their our lives and the way they're living today and so there is a deep at the at the heart of his career. Resume is a deep familiarity with the Spiritual Wisdom mm-hmm of Ignatius spiritual exercises and then a deep training in being able to make these accessible and bring these two great numbers of people knowing and how to adapt them to the different vocations in situations in life together with that was a profound awareness of the power now in his day it was the printed word word. The printed word was exploding in his day with the industrial revolution. Now you could print at a much cheaper cost. Education was expanding coffee. Houses were if it were where people could find the the latest papers and books and so on were exploding in the larger cities the the printed word and his day as a means of communication of ideas and culture sure was what the Internet and television in the media are today it was the critically formative influence in the culture and so the importance of becoming a Catholic presence. Right there were so much harm is being done to the faith to take those very instruments and to use them on behalf of the truth of of the faith of the teaching of the Catholic Church of the of the word of of God and and so again he would train lay people and clergy to become skilled in his. He was enormously skilled in this himself. He had a personal library of about five thousand books which was not just You know his own study. It was a a a place of apostolate. We have letters for example where young priests will right in back and tell him that. They found the seat of their vocation in his library. It was an active place where The faith was spread. It was widely used that way defense of the Catholic Church. He was convinced that in the confusion of the Times there there is only one way finally to know what the truth is and that is to look to see what the teaching of the churches and primarily to look to the majesty of the Church the Holy Father and the teaching the magistrate of the Church and so he was very active in defense of that teaching in the spread of that teaching in resolving sometimes longstanding struggles in the light of teaching. So I'd say these would be some of the Some of the key insights at the at the heart of love Carrozza helping to provide formation to priests along the same lines so that they themselves would would spread these. The same works in these Same same understanding of the Church and the needs for the Times you was this set of works to which he dedicated his life and in which he trained endless numbers of seminarians and young priests.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Is where he learned that he took bribes. Brought that up. Because I wanted you to see Lebron going you get blamed for some Carrozza three years ago and today Cario say Lebron always said that was four years ago skip. Yep We're at the Super Bowl. Go Away Bird joined by eagles ray rookie running back mouth sanders to have you with us. Thank you for joining the show. I was thinking about it coming on undisputed knowing this guy big cowboy's fan take me into the mindset and preparation in joining us This is a big opportunity for me. You know Dishonest of his new to me and exciting at the same time so he tried to butter us up. Tapie brought us his Hoodie here. See this Graham Bouba run baby run. which is your sort of slogan right way to go? We liked Almar. Came up with this school still lives in your hometown or Pittsburgh Swiss. They'll neighborhood writing and if this were green I would not wear it but I just uh-huh I must grudgingly admit you had a really good rookie year and this is the ultimate compliment. I can pay to. This man is scared me as a cowboy fan because every time he touched the ball I started. Thinking does not good. Something good is going to happen because you were slashed. So that brings this too offensive rookie of the year. What's your gut feeling on your shot at winning that award? I think I have a pretty good shot. You know I mean with the other guys has been nominated you know. There's Josh Jacobs had the year two in college and Column Morality so all had great rookie but You know I got a lot of confidence in myself. Based on the type of production I gave basically I think half of the season which spoils going down? I'm going I oh and Jordan Howard. uh-huh going down for the rest of the half and Seattle. So how'd you wind up with eight hundred eighteen yards pretty not made the playoffs. The mother Guy They know playoff. Hey AH AJ Brown. Obviously the receiver from Tennessee looking at a big down the stretch. You mentioned all the guys that they are and you're asked to carry very more. The low run the football football and probably your best game with that game against the cowboys. I just wanted to why you took it. Why you fly down? I want you to rub nobody. You gotTa Rub it in. You.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Is where he learned that he took bribes. Brought that up. Because I wanted you to see Lebron going you get blamed for some Carrozza three years ago and today Cario say Lebron always said that was four years ago skip. Yep We're at the Super Bowl. Go Away Bird joined by eagles ray rookie running back mouth sanders to have you with us. Thank you for joining the show. I was thinking about it coming on undisputed knowing this guy big cowboy's fan take me into the mindset and preparation in joining us This is a big opportunity for me. You know Dishonest of his new to me and exciting at the same time so he tried to butter us up. Tapie brought us his Hoodie here. See this Graham Bouba run baby run. which is your sort of slogan right way to go? We liked Almar. Came up with this school still lives in your hometown or Pittsburgh Swiss. They'll neighborhood writing and if this were green I would not wear it but I just uh-huh I must grudgingly admit you had a really good rookie year and this is the ultimate compliment. I can pay to. This man is scared me as a cowboy fan because every time he touched the ball I started. Thinking does not good. Something good is going to happen because you were slashed. So that brings this too offensive rookie of the year. What's your gut feeling on your shot at winning that award? I think I have a pretty good shot. You know I mean with the other guys has been nominated you know. There's Josh Jacobs had the year two in college and Column Morality so all had great rookie but You know I got a lot of confidence in myself. Based on the type of production I gave basically I think half of the season which spoils going down? I'm going I oh and Jordan Howard. uh-huh going down for the rest of the half and Seattle. So how'd you wind up with eight hundred eighteen yards pretty not made the playoffs. The mother Guy They know playoff. Hey AH AJ Brown. Obviously the receiver from Tennessee looking at a big down the stretch. You mentioned all the guys that they are and you're asked to carry very more. The low run the football football and probably your best game with that game against the cowboys. I just wanted to why you took it. Why you fly down? I want you to rub nobody. You gotTa Rub it in. You.

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"carrozza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I think we've gotten through this, this idea Joe Biden's, there were no scandals. Baba vita ministration. We'll come back to this. I think he'd made a huge political mistake by saying it, we just went through our list that we can that we worked on almost every single one of those issues including the IRS the others, there was subsidies change. There was also a major choreograph hit a punch that the bind team thought it would be a good idea to tell the media about was coming. So telegraphing it not just to the media, but to President Trump thick that President Trump of telegraph the punches. You're going to throw at him. Look at his opponents s them before maybe doing this. So Joe Biden telegraphed the big punch of his speech here. It was take a listen. Look, I've believed that the president is literally next threat to America. Literally. So is a real Xs threat to America, a threat that would destroy the nation as we know it was, this is such an outlandish statement and the we do have excess threats to America. Carrozza is one of them for him to make a comment like that in the middle of all that we've done on the global war on terror. I think that is an insult to every man and woman who have died defending America from real existential threat to use this term to extant threat. Let me play for you. The present that vice president Biden served in love so much on this friend day posted this photos goes to daughter's graduation. They have such a close relationship. This president that present present vomit did not believe that terrorist groups like ISIS who just carried out an attack when he made the statement that he didn't believe they were an existential threat. He wouldn't use language like that against terrorist groups like ISIS, take a listen. This is the Obama Biden administration on terrorism. You want this again. Today's terrorists can kill innocent people,.

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"carrozza" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"This is again, the sound bites at okay, Joe Healthcare's, right? Okay. Great. Well, what does that mean? Healthcare's a right, not a privilege. It's neither health care is not a right or a privilege show healthcare is an economic good. It is a service that is provided for by people who have to pay for the service. This is why I could never be liberal. It requires you to suspend disbelief. It's like they're proud of not knowing anything. And it's like Joe, they think would you declare that healthcare is a right that all the problems. Go health care is a right. Oh, good Carrozza. Right. Okay. All of you got thirty. You got comma Harris they declare Healthcare's, right? And all of a sudden all the problems associated with healthcare, lack of doctors, medical technology, Haas. Spital beds rent for hospitals. Doctor salaries administrative staff salaries all of the issues, we have an enormous functioning economy go away because Joe Biden goes Healthcare's, a right, and it's not it's neither it is an economic service provided by people who have to be compensated. There should be no profit medicine Biden didn't say that. But other liberal other liberals who don't understand basic economic say there should be no profit medicine. We should be no revenue stream. So you're suggesting what doctors nurses, administrative staff, custodians and the hospitals should work for free. So what I'm saying? What are you saying do you live in the real world? I'm serious. It's like liberals are proud of the fact that they don't actually know anything Healthcare's the right? Okay. Thank problem.

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"carrozza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Catholic church insurer. Lanka says the government should crack down on his Lama Carrozza him as if on a war footing, the aftermath of the deadly Easter bombings. Meanwhile, the national police chief refuses tap down in the face of scathing criticism and calls for him to quit presidency. Reseda has accused his police chief pooch Jacinta of failing to act on intelligence warnings. That suicide bombers were likely to attack churches, but the incumbent has defied the president and stayed on. It may take an impeachment motion in parliament to dislodge him since the Easter day attacks have been bitter recriminations and the country's on high alert more than one hundred and fifty people have now been arrested, including Colombo city councillor held after dozens of swords were found in a mosque. That's BBC's, Charles Haviland. Spain is how it's third parliamentary election less than four years, but the election did little to dispel uncertainty over the political future. The euro zone's fourth biggest economy. These end analysis townhall dot com. Something went wrong terribly wrong and a cookout in west Baltimore over the weekend thirties received a call shortly after five PM eastern time on Sunday reporting them, multiple people were shot. That's what Baltimore police say spokeswoman Chiquita annoy also says one of the victims has died but adds there's no information about the conditions of the others. The shooting occurred on a street in the western part of the city. That's correspondent Andrew Stewart. Washington. State officials say they'll soon release the identities of the four people killed when a construction crane fell from Seattle building Saturday afternoon. They can't county medical examiner's office says a female and three males were killed the crane craft onto one of Seattle's busiest streets Mercer street. Get on Wall Street this hour stock futures are mixed head of the open. Dow futures up two points s and p futures down one more on these stories at townhall.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:26 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back container conversation with my guests. Rick bureau, head of Lord exotic fish sales in sickly industry. Guru, so Rick. We're talking a little bit about kind of how you started in the business and how it sort of fill on your lap. And then some of the really interesting names, you came up with now you had made reference when you're talking about the names that this occurred when you started getting fish from other areas of of Africa that had not seen collection before telling me a little bit about how you made that decision to fly over there. And and establishing your context and kind of give us a feel for what it was like back, then when you were sort of pioneering this area well about nineteen seventy three when we graduated and we've probably received three or four shipments from Peter Davies with nothing new, and when we'd ask him why we realize he kinda was fishing the same areas, he always fish. It was easy. He knew where to go and what to do. So we decided up on a plane and fly to Malawi and talk to them face to face about, you know. He was willing to start looking at the other lake because he was just doing two or three islands. And in fact, he was getting to the point where he was bringing fish to his area unloading them on, you know, a big massive rock, and he that's what his thoughts where he was going to do this easiest possible. So seventy three hopped on a plane flew into Milan, we got a little car and drove out to his area and met with him and it soon became evident. He's just was not interested in doing any other parts of the lake and just wasn't going to happen. And we knew there was there had to be just hundreds of other fish that were wonderful. So we really disillusioned went back to Blantyre figured we'd kind of wasted the trip, and we were gonna fly on home, and we were walking through downtown plantar, and we come across this pet shop aquarium shop and just got, you know, all the tests risen, everything and stuff like consider food for African sicklers in it. So just out of curiosity. We walked in. And then in the back. It was probably thirty tanks up. Just oh, Beijing African sicklers just. The coolest stuff we've never seen before in in the owner of the shop is name Robert fleet. I mean, his son was embroidered his name was Erik fleet. And he owned the shop, and he he had the license for the entire lake because of being in the hydroelectric dam, he knew everybody in the government. So he agreed never ship before. And he agreed that he would try to work with us. So we showed him a rudimentary way to pack and then helped him and kind of figured out what we would do. So he set up in about a month later shipped this our first shipment from his facility, and it was I would say for a brand new guy. It was just great. And from that point on we started receiving fifteen twenty bucks. And I would say twelve of them would have new types of fish because this guy could go to any island anywhere in the lake which other people couldn't do. And then when we went back started going back. We would go to new island like we took a boat to McComb island here, you're on lake Malawi, you're taking a boat takes a day and a half. You don't see any land. That's that lake is just Ma. Monstrous, and then you call up little island out there. People living on it. So maybe never getting off their whole lives and fish that. No one had seen. No one had caught. No one had been there and this. So it was a wonderful person we met we later on. We started getting fish also for Stuart grant from other people. And I'm the one of the mazing thing is these guys these divers they have with the most incredible divers, but they only had a mask, maybe no snorkel. No fins. No, nothing. So we started sending over masks and snorkels fins and sent over a couple of hookah rigs. And then they could really I don't even know how I mean. It's amazing how they collected. But it was a great thing that we found this guy. Otherwise, I think we probably would have shut down if we had to keep dealing just with Peter Davies just kind of curious where there are issues with crocodiles. She doesn't have to worry about or any type of big predators. So many islands had were known for having like crocodiles and ordered for the divers to go there. They would have to have the local I don't know what you call them. Religious person go out in the boat. And I don't know what they did. But these these I'm telling you, it was almost amazing thing these divers felt like even if they never saw Crockett up. They knew when they're that. If they win there were they were going to die. They had it in their heads. So sometimes they would you know, that these wonderful swimming is jumping water where they're supposed to be a crocodile. It's almost like they were little kids. Learn how to swim, but it was kind of interesting because one of the nice came into a motel late. We parked our car little teeny weeny little English up there. And and we couldn't get in the motel. So we slept in the car. So in the morning, we came out we found out we'd parked on a game trail, some bad animals, and we were getting out of car night because you know, we had to whatever. And when we came into the restaurant and morning have breakfast. They were like they thought we were some kind of gurus from the another planet because we were on that trail and didn't get killed. You know, maybe they maybe heard about it. But yeah, there was there was fear of crocodiles. But nothing ever had that I ever heard of now in the course of our discussion. Before you mentioned when we were prepping for this interview that some of the sicklids became Staples in the hobby, and others didn't do you have any thoughts of like, and maybe mentioned a couple in describe what they look like, which ones became sort of regulars that you sort of introduced back way back then and then and which ones didn't and why do you think that is the ones that, you know, became stable Staples in the industry like Kenny, I have Maury I- bumblebees, the Pearl zebras cobalt threads these are fish that. Even at you know, juvenile are very attractive. So Kenny, I baby is, you know, a striped blue fish, beautiful red by red zebra is red when it's born orange red. All these Bumblebee looks just like a Bumblebee, so all these fish have something attractive at all stages of their lives. Other fish would come in and the juvenile's which most people started with would be either no color or just something that wasn't industry. Just did. Want? And although the adult might be outstanding. Now, it's different for the Peacock's Alana Carrozza and all of their babies and juveniles are no color, silver Brown. But everyone knows they're gonna turn into something fantastic. When they get to adult other fish that came in like somebody along goddess. So we brought in we're just so mean, they were vicious. I mean, you couldn't keep two of them the same hundred gallon tank together, they would just slaughter each other other fish that came into Wor very interesting body forms like the roses. And and you Kyle us because it got these rubber type clown looking lips. They're very attractive to. But there again, they never hit it as something that I would want to produce a thousand a year or five hundred or two hundred and I might get a call for somebody. Hey, do you have this. But they want one. So you had to make a decision. I did when I started breeding these fish that. What was I going to raise that I could move to almost every pet shop in some level of quantity. You know? That's how I made my decision and. Some of which just to mean to have on the farm. Okay. That makes it so. So if you had to list, maybe five of the easiest best sicklets to keep which ones would you say would be those five in my sales right here. The fish that pet. Shop might all almost every order stuff. Like, go labs gold. A bit of Chromos read by reds zebras OB's zebras a lot of my stores. Carry my two inch peacocks even though they have no color, then they'll by the adults and have the adults and say, you know, delta very expensive, but you can buy these two inch fry for X amount of dollars. And so it makes it more. Everybody can afford to get something to grow it up. So along that line I'd say Kenny I- bumblebees read by reds, go labs. Call balls pearls. All those fish are pretty much mainstays of every order that I should out. Okay. No. Let's go to Miami. You ended up moving to Miami. What was the decision that made? You do that. We just got tired of. Of there were several things got tired of the Saturday night drive downs pick up the freight. And if we didn't do it if we couldn't get down to losses coming in the next day could be heavy, and then we of course, it was real small airport up there. And we had a lot of trouble shipping out of there to customers around the country. Everything had to go through Atlanta. Sometimes very difficult. Flights were limited and then supplies. We're very hard. Just we were having to make cut her own styro- bringing boxes so we decided to make the move south. So that we could get down here to be closer where the fish came in plenty of supplies in a big airport. Ship fish out of that was the main thought I was really no thought on my part at the time to set up. What I am right now. But that's how we came down here. And when we came down here, then we started bringing in fish salt water fish from Singapore. Once we hit here, then we sided size, just the the Malawi Tanganyika fish. We were bringing it at the time. Then we started a saltwater section in the warehouse on the property where we are. Now. And then we also brought in you know, barbs and angels from other parts of the country, and we had some local people in the keys that were doing all. So we did that probably for a year and a half probably with all the types of fish. We were you know, we were almost a full line distributor of fish for about a year and a half. Okay. And what made you decide to stop? Well, one day. My brother came to me and his wife was not very happy and being here. And so they see said he thought he needed to move on. So he went as far as good away from here to Alaska with his wife and start started working up there. So I took over the business. And when I did I never really enjoyed all the salt and all the other fish because I didn't like counting fifteen cent fish, and I didn't like dealing with assault logistics of keeping the saltwater and doing that. And I didn't under- I wasn't as easy back. Then what what it was very difficult. So I decided to give all that up, and I shut down. Tally imports. And I changed over at the Florida. Exotic fish sales started digging pause on the farm. They were usually twenty by forty down in the call rock which made almost a solid pond. You put water in it for about six weeks. And it's almost like a swimming pool because the calcium would fill in all of those. Hey, Rick, Rick do me a favor, and maybe maybe described that a lot of people don't understand what the ponds are done in Miami. Well, the beckon then everybody dug ponds, so you'd get a backhoe in here. And you have about an inch and a half a topsoil down here if you take digging bar or rod or anything, and you slap it in the ground is gonna ring a bell as soon as his rock solid. Call rock we're sitting on top of old reefs where they dig it out. You can see shells, you can see everything. And so I'd have a guy come on the Saturday. He had a construction company on Saturdays come out here. And just dig me three ponds, and it was so it'd be a twenty foot wide by thirty thirty five forty feet long. It have a walkway that kind of slowed down. So you could walk down. Probably wendy. Anywhere from two and a half feet in the shallow to four feet. Then we'd we would just real quick to use it. We would take just Portland cement when make it into a real slurry and throw it against the walls with the bucket. They'll start putting water in. But as soon as the water star running it would build up on the sides like it, doesn't my concrete vaults now and just become a solid structure. It wouldn't leak, and it would be so it was below ground. So that was the cheapest way for me to get into big water real fast..

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"carrozza" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:02 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Eighties in Europe, biter Meinhof gangs, the Red Brigades Carrozza viewpoint. That's Al Qaeda three point zero is what you're seeing. Now. I think we're gonna find this is the Islamic state, and it's going to be very this enfranchised. It'll be all around the globe. It's kind of like when brick and mortar stores go away. We've taken away the territory the Islamic state in Syria rack, that's a good thing. But now they're going to operate exclusively on the internet. They're going to be distributed. -ly fouling. Well, welcome to the show. Just an awful awful start to Easter Sunday. This was a it's an absolute attack a territory more than two hundred people were killed churches and hotels where targeted and sorry Lanka. And apparently in total. There are about eight blasts for that were reported, and it was all during Easter services and Christian churches were were just under attack. A couple of different a couple of different churches as well. As some of the hotels just horrific two hundred. And this is how this is how Easter Sunday began. Welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash out. They lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook as well. Now the. And the and that was speaking, and that audio sound bite that we are this instead of read write this I can't pronounce his last name. I just assume it's stereotypes. And it sounds great anyway. So the Islamic militants have already claimed they've already said that well, they apparently story long already made some arrests as well. They took twenty four people into custody, and they have blocked they blocked access to social media. They block a bunch of stuff there. I guess to try to contain some of the communication, but there were another five hundred there were two about almost three hundred people actually that were killed and five hundred wounded and the another country hit apparently warned had they warned that this group was planning attacks. But it wasn't specific. Nobody had any idea. What was being targeted? It was called the national fo-. He'd Jim off. It was that that's the group apparently. And but nothing was nothing was explicitly. Nothing was very a specific. So there was no it was basically there may be something. But it was on either side of the country, and the just just awful churches have become such a huge target. They have become such a massive targeted. I was looking at this study. That was done by the pew report on this study shows that and I've seen this kind of before I've seen this report a couple of different ways. But apparently churches are Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world. And that's what the this. That's what this latest pew report says this is it's the Pew Research Center. And they did this study on religious harassment. They found that Christians were harassed them. One hundred and forty four countries up one hundred and eighty one hundred twenty eight year before they say Muslims were harassed one hundred forty two countries. So this is this is I mean, it's it was published last week. And it says how Christians are routinely harassed and also targeted to in these, you know, these church bombings, just which is not anything that. I think that with which were unfamiliar. The thing though, that gets me is the way that some of these people were talking about this, which we're going to get into because the whole we're going to talk more about this coming up, but the way that it was referred to. And I think that there's a stark. Difference. I mean, I don't think that it's arguable that there's a difference between the way that this has been discussed and the way that would happen in New Zealand has been discussed terrorism offline should be, but what happened in Sri Lanka had to that trend. I mean when when you have Coptic Christians that are attacked in in parts of Africa. Is that does that trend? I mean, whenever I see Christian churches bomber attack retirements quite routinely. I don't ever see that trend, and I don't ever see people changing the laws of entire country are blaming an American group of individuals, you know, numbering in the millions. I don't ever see any of that stuff happening. And I didn't see it having this this time either. And what's weird is that I saw everybody referred to them as Easter worshippers. And I don't even know what the heck and Easter worshiper is. But that's the way that they were. That's the way it was discussed. It's Easter worshippers everybody from Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama to Leon Castro to Jared police to everybody. Everybody was saying Easter worshippers it was like a talking point had gone out amongst Democrats. Barack Obama says this. Is what he tweeted the attacks on tourists Easter Easter worshippers and Siri Lanka's an attack on humanity who Al Castro these attacks on Easter worshippers Representative Dan Kildee horrific attack on Easter worshippers Representative on me Barra. Horrific acts of violence against Easter worshippers, Hillary Clinton these horrific attacks on Easter worshippers, Jerry police these horrific attacks on tourists and Easter worshippers Greg Stanton the horrific attacks on Easter worshippers. Brian Bowman the horrific attacks on Easter worshippers. I'm reading their tweets directly. Do you think talking points to win out? What is it Easter worshiper because it's almost like if you were sitting and you were trying to make a certain word count. If you were writing a paper on what happened. It's almost like you would write Christians instead of Easter worshippers. He would like you would you would write Christians and not Easter worshipers. I just think if you're going to send out something that's been mailed emailed you to send out and make it look like it's your own. You would at least do the due diligence this sort of changing the wording, I mean, even just a little bit. But you know, I that's what I at least think, but we can't have Christianity via victim it. Anyway. I don't I don't know. I don't know. What the I don't know what the opposition has here. But it's we're gonna talk more about this coming up. Also, this was insane. Audio sound bite twenty April Ryan, and Sarah Sanders, are beefing and it began with this. Well, April Ryan has always be with Sarah Sanders. And then this happened audio summit twenty listen the American people can't trust her. They can't trust with said from the president's mouthpiece spokesperson from the people's house. Therefore, she should be let go she should be fired. When there is a lack of credibility there. You have to start and start lopping the heads off. Now, that's what that's what April Ryan had said you have to start there. And you have to start in the heads off. Now. I am. I just I'm going to hold progressives by the standard that they tried to hold me when I had an hourglass, and I was announcing a project, and they all said that it was a death threat. So by that logic. She's threatening to kill and murder and behead Sarah Sanders, that's the logic. I mean, this is the anytime a anytime somebody a Republican sneezes, and I'm really I'm not I don't know. It's it said that it's the eastern. I'm just not really a given move right now, which is bad. I it, but I'm just not. I'm just that's where I am right now. I don't know if it's I need more came to liberal tears coffee or what today, but that's just the way it is. I'm just not a grace given mood because I've seen these people hyperventilate whenever anybody who is even remotely limited government says something and they want to spend it on a context because they so fetish is being victims. It's insane and Sarah Sanders for her so Mike Huckabee tweeted back and was saying this is a death threat at cetera. He decided he just went there. His I adds a death threat. I mean, that's pretty much. I'm not gonna read is whole his head Twitter stream. But that's what he said. And. So now, there's this big back and forth. And I just all of this began with and then April Sanders got really mad and then she began threatening. And I'll get an actually we'll get into that coming up because I I wanna get you a lease abreast of the some of the bigger stories today, but their fight and April Ryan's response is insane. I had more things said to me if I were to sneeze, by standards, VPN standards and practices at CNN, April Ryan consid- here, and you know, make these because she wasn't playing. She was absolutely threatening him. Like if anything happens to me. Oh, so we're going to get into that. Because that was kind of insane. And I'm curious I'm a little curious. In terms of thoughts about how far taking people out of context is going to go because it seems that we're in a brave new world, and the Democrats are still searching for something after they were entirely disappointed by the after the mullahs report was released. Now, they're trying to shift focus since they weren't able to get him on any kind of collusion the president or conspiracy. Because nothing was there. Now, they want to shop around and try to get him on just whatever they can get him on. They're going to try to get him on at least something, and I said that they can say, well, you know, look he's not innocent yet. We still have something. That's what they're doing. So I don't know. I we're we're going to get into that. And I have some delightful audio soundbites to play for you. Although I will say this audio somebody five Cory Booker says there shouldn't be a conversation about impeachment right now. I was a little surprised at this. Listen conversation. On.

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"carrozza" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ninety four five W PTI and the triad. Good morning. We need your help. In this segment. I will lay I will lay out what we need your help into siding here momentarily. But I. Oh my goodness. What a day yesterday. I don't know if you've noticed some of the stuff that's been going down. In fact, hold on. Let me pull this real quick as my bad again. Totally prepared. Here we go you remember these qua- this quote from the other day this audio from the other day of Ilhan, Omar the Minnesota Representative describing nine eleven was founded after nine eleven oh, wait, can I that's not true. That's not remotely true. So we're all abundantly clear Carrozza around a lot longer than nine eleven. Because the way you could become an unindicted co conspirator for the laundering money through the holy land foundation, which eventually was one of the funny mechanisms four nine eleven. Is to exist. Okay. But that's not. That's that's not what has caused people to go spastic. Here was founded after nine eleven. Because they recognize that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties now rather than her coming out there and saying that she feels that in the wake of nine eleven that people were. People were lumping individuals together, which you know, is you wanna you wanna go out, and you want to have that discussion. And you want to say, hey, this is this is something that happened. Cool. Go ahead. People reactionary. I like, I got it. I remember there was one story that it was the laziest hate story I've ever seen where people were essentially berating seek, dude. And I'm like, you can't you're not even like you're not trying to be, you know, you're not do your research. Check the guy check his card or something. You know, ask him didn't it then the turban thing. Look a little off compared to some of the other stuff you've seen or you just so unschooled in fine fine. Bring all that up. But don't describe nine eleven in a way that that turns it into something generic, and that's what people took issue with the New York Post reineck article yesterday cover yesterday that says this is something that people did and it had the towers on fire. So and you know, the the number of people the twenty seven was twenty seven seven three four camera with the number just for the towers was, but and people got mad at Rupert Murdoch for running that because he owns the New York Post. Just absolutely insane. But people were critical and they were critical for number of reasons. However being critical is now the same as wanting people dead. And I tell you what I'm getting a real would really really really is getting on my nerves is anytime somebody criticizes, MS Okaz, yo Cortez who yesterday decided to jump to action to defend Johan, Omar, and she pulled out the standard, you're attacking women of color, which is a response to everything. Any criticism is now some sort of you're trying to get people to hurt. Other people never mind. That miss quotas and others are are very critical of politicians on the other side of the aisle for a whole host to reasons. Now, giving example here in just a moment. But everything every bit of criticism is not an incitement to an attack as far as I can tell there's only one group of lawmakers who's ever had some maniac nut job. Come out and try to play a first shooter RPG on them. Okay. Referring, of course to the to the to the ball field Steve Scalise, and the others who were there that day. Including a member of congress from here. So with that in mind. She couldn't resist a microphone and miss Cortez. Did find one and we're glad she did. Because that allows us yet. Another addition of Alexandria Okaz yo Cortez's pearls of wisdom..

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"carrozza" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Calling for increased security from the five fifty KFYI newsroom. I'm Debra Dale. The Arizona chapter of the council on American Islamic relations renews, its call for stepped up security at all Islamic institutions in the state following the massacre of two at two news eland mosques last week Carrozza executive director Imran Siddiqi says valley police departments have been keeping an eye on mosques. But more needs to be done. You have an ongoing relationship with law enforcement agency that there's an active security plan in place have proper training for your employees that your congregation members just in case something like this happen. A man is under arrest accused of threatening members of the United Islam Accenture of Arizona in Glendale this weekend. Noel back is charged with threatening intimidating disorderly conduct and trespassing. The head of homeland security warns that the crisis on the southern border is getting worst Kirsten Nielsen says that the situation at the border justifies President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. She claims the influx of drugs and a legal immigrants is breaking the country's immigration system. The Pentagon is giving congress a list of hundreds of projects that might be put off to pay for a wall along the southern border. The president declared the national emergency last month. So that he could shift defense department funds to the border wall. The projects that could be cut include a barracks fire station and a solid waste management facility at Guantanamo Bay. The department of transportation is working to install a first of its kind dust detection system. The I ten between Eli and Picacho peak is one of the deadliest stretches of Arizona freeway.

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"carrozza" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Carrozza Ona's news station. KTAR news ninety two point three FM. Karen Travers in Hanoi. President Trump sits down with Kim Jong UN today, but he is paying close attention to what is about to happen back in Washington. The president in Hanoi's slamming his former personal attorney Michael Cohen who will testify today on Capitol Hill. The president writing on Twitter that Cohen did band things unrelated to him and is lying in order to reduce his prison time senior administration officials expressed outrage to ABC news that Cohen is getting so much media attention, but with his tweet the president keeps Cohen in the headlines. President Trump's expected to ramp up his dinner with Kim Jong UN just as Coen begins. His testimony senior administration officials tell ABC President Trump will likely watch at least some of the hearing. But the timing is tricky Hanoi is twelve hours ahead of Washington. So Cohen when we talking overnight. I'm Karen Travers in Hanoi. Now. With more news. Here's Sherry Preston. More now on what Cohen will say from ABC's Aaron Katersky when he testifies before a house. Committee. Someone familiar with what he plans to say told ABC news that Michael Cohen will spare President Trump nothing Cohen plans to describe what he regards as the president's history of lying racism and cheating. There will be personal anecdotes from someone who worked ten years at the Trump family business, and we're told documented evidence of what Cohen will claim to be criminal conduct. After Trump became president. The White House called Cohen. A disgraced felon house. Democrats have approved a resolution blocking the president's declaration of a national emergency at the border tensions are rising between two nuclear powers. India now says one of its jet fighters was shot down in a skirmish with Pakistan over Kashmir Rivas Kumar's with India's foreign ministry, a pilot is missing in action. Pakistan has claimed that he's in their custody. Australian cardinal George Pell. The highest ranking member of the church ever, convicted sex abuse is now behind bars judges revoked his bail. You're listening to ABC news three.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"You guys have to worry about or any type of big predators. Somebody's islands had were known for having like crocodiles and ordered for the divers to go there. They would have to have the local I don't know what you'd call him. Religious person go out the boat. And I don't know what they did. But these these I'm telling you, it was almost amazing thing these divers felt like even if they never saw crocodile they knew when they're that. If they win there were they were gonna die. They had it in their heads. So sometimes they would you know, that these wonderful swimming is would jump in the water where they're supposed to be a crocodile. It's almost like they were little kids. Learn how to swim, but it was kind of interesting because one of the nice when we came into a motel late we parked our car little teeny weeny little English, and we couldn't get in the motel. So we slept in the car. So in the morning, we came out we found out we'd parked on a game trail, some bad animals, and we were getting out of car and on because you know, we had to whatever. And when we came into the restaurant morning have breakfast. They were like they thought we were some kind of gurus from the another planet because we were on that trail and didn't get killed. You know, maybe they maybe they heard about. But yeah, there was there was fear of crocodiles, but nothing ever happened. I ever heard of now in the course of our discussion. Before you mentioned when we were prepping for this interview that some of the sicklids became Staples in the hobby, and others didn't do you have any thoughts of like, and maybe mentioned a couple and describe what they look like, which ones became sort of regulars that you sort of introduced back way back then and then and which ones didn't and why do you think that is the ones that, you know, became stable Staples and the industry like, Kenny, I happy Maury I- bumblebees, the Pearl zebras cobalt reds. These are fish that even at juvenile are very attractive. So, you know, Kenny, I baby is, you know, a striped blue fish, beautiful a read by red zebra is red when it's born orange red. All these Bumblebee looks just like a Bumblebee, so all these fish have something attractive at all the stage their lives other fish would come in and the juvenile's which most people started with would be either no color or just something that wasn't industry. Just did. Want? And although the adult might be outstanding. Now, it's different for the Peacock's Alana Carrozza all of their babies and juveniles are no color, silver Brown. But everyone knows they're gonna turn into something. Fantastic. When they get to be adults other fish that came in like somebody along goddess that we brought in. We're just so mean, they were vicious. I mean, you couldn't keep two of them the same hundred gallon tank together, they would just slaughter each other other fish that came in were very interesting body forms like this. And and you Kyle us because they've got these rubber type clown looking lips. They're very attractive too. But there again, they never hit it as something that I would want to produce a thousand a year or five hundred or two hundred of them, and I might get a call for somebody. Hey, do you have this. But they want want. So you had to make a decision. I did when I started breeding these fish that. What was I gonna raise that? I could move to almost every pet shop in some level of quantity. You know? That's how I made my decision. And some of which just to mean to have on the farm. Okay. That makes sense. So if you had to list, maybe five of the easiest best sicklids to keep which ones would you say would be those five in my sales right here. The fish that pet. Shop might already almost every order is stuff like goal labs. Gold. A bit of Chromos read by red zebras OB zebras a lot of my stores..

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860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Up until now, it's all just been losing campaign rhetoric. Then a letter came. I thought to myself. The person thinking attracted to kill somebody else's family family, this family, my family, all because of a political campaign. But then I realized that this isn't just a race to Mr. Trump. This isn't just a race to his family nor to our veterans or unemployed and because of that families willing to risk their own lives each and every day for the greater Pitt of this country. But I would be lying. If I said, I didn't fear for them. Now. Carrozza movement sleepiness. And I am honored to help. To these countries. My boss has justly earned the Republican nomination and broken federal registration records, encountered states across America. His party together by John More Democrats Morton dependent. More. I. More republican. Presidential. Skeptics who? I'm doing this. With the city council. Fear that they would be more concerned for me and his potential viral ramifications than they would be for themselves. And the fact that quite simply this is the right thing to do. For me. It was an easy decision. Just as voting for my boss. Donald J Trump should be easy decision for you. God bless his family. God bless the voters. And God bless the United States of America..

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Pet Life Radio

10:34 min | 3 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"My guest Rick bureau, headed Lord, exotic fish sales in secret industry guru, so Rick. We're talking a little bit about how you started in the business and how it sort of on your lap. And then some of the really interesting names, you came up with now you had made reference when you're talking about the names that this occurred when you started getting fish from other areas of of Africa that had not seen collection before telling me a little bit about how you made that decision to fly over there. And and established new context and kind of give us a feel for what it was like back, then when you were sort of pioneering this area well about nineteen Seventy-three won't be graduated. We've probably received three or four shipments from Peter Davies with nothing new and when we'd ask him why we realized he kinda was fishing the same areas. He always fish. It was easy. He knew where to go and what to do. So we decided on a plane and fly to Malawi and talk to them face to face about. You know if. He was willing to start looking the other lake because he was just doing two or three islands. And in fact, he was getting to the point where he was bringing fish his area unloading them on, you know, a big massive rock, and he that's what his thoughts where he was going to do this easy as possible. So seventy three we hopped on a plane flew into Malawi got a little car and drove out his area and met with him and it soon became evident. He just was not interested in doing any other parts of the lake it just wasn't going to happen. And we knew there was there had to be just hundreds of other fish that were wonderful. So we really disillusioned went back to Blantyre figured we'd kind of wasted the trip, and we were gonna fly on home, and we were walking through downtown plantar, and we come across this pet shop aquarium shop and just got, you know, all the tetras and everything and stuff like consider food for African sicklets. So just out of curiosity walked in. And then at the very back. It was probably thirty tanks up. Just oh, mazing African sicklers just. Coolest stuff we've never seen before in the owner of the shop thing Robert fleet. I mean, his son was Robert is named Eric fleet. And he owned the shop, and he he had the license for the entire lake because being the hydroelectric dam. He knew everybody in the government. So he agreed never chip before. And he agreed that he would try to work with us. So we showed him there, a rudimentary way to pack and then helped him and kind of figured out what we do. So he set up a facility in about a month later shipped our first shipment from his facility, and it was I would say for a brand new guy. It was just great. And from that point on. We started receiving fifteen twenty boxes, and I would say twelve of them would have new types of fish because this guy could go to any island anywhere in the lake which other people couldn't do. And then when we went back started going back. We would go to new island like we took a boat to look home island here you on lake Malawi, you're taking a boat takes a day and a half. You don't see any land that lake is just. Monstrous, and then you come up with this little island out there. People living on it. So maybe never getting off their whole lives and fish that. No one had seen. No one had caught. No one had been there and this. So it was a wonderful person we met we later on. We started getting fish also for Stuart grant from other people. I'm the one of the amazing thing is he's guys these divers they had with the most incredible divers, but they only had a mask, maybe no snorkel, no fans. No, nothing. So we started sending over masks and snorkels and fans and sent over a couple of hookah rigs. And then they could really I don't even know how I mean. It's amazing how they collected. But it was a great thing that we found this guy. Otherwise, I think we probably would have shut down if we had to keep dealing just with Peter Davies curious where there are issues with crocodiles you have to worry about or any type of big predators. Some of these islands had were known for having like crocodiles and in order for the divers to go there. They would have to have the local I don't know what you'd call him. Religious person go out the boat. And I don't know what they did. But these these I'm telling you, it was almost amazing thing these divers felt like even if they never saw crocodile they knew when they're that. If they win there were they were going to die. They had it in their heads. So sometimes they would you know, that these wonderful swimming is jumping water where they're supposed to be a crocodile. It's almost like they were little kids. Learn how to swim, but it was kind of interesting because one of the nice when we came into a motel late we parked our car little teeny weeny little English, and we couldn't get in the motel. So we slept in the car. So in the morning, we came out we found out we parked on a game trail, some bad animals, and we were getting out of the car and no night because you know, we had to whatever. And when we came into the restaurant at morning have breakfast neighbor. Like, they thought we were some kind of gurus from the another planet because we were on that trail and didn't get killed. You know? Maybe they maybe they heard about it. But yeah, there was there was fear of crocodiles. But nothing ever had that I ever heard of now in the course of our discussions before you mentioned when we were prepping for this interview that some of the sicklids became Staples in the hobby and others didn't do you have any thoughts of like, and maybe mentioned a couple and describe what they look like, which ones became sort of regulars that you sort of introduced back way back then and then and which ones didn't and why do you think that is the ones that, you know, became stable Staples in the industry like Kenny, I happy Maury I- bumblebees, the Pearl zebras cobalt threads. These are fish that even at juvenile are very attractive. So, you know, Kenny, I baby is a striped blue fish, beautiful a read by red zebra is red when it's born orange red all these Bumblebee looks just like a Bumblebee, so all these fish have something attractive at all stages of their lives. Other fish would come in and the juvenile's which most people started with would be either no color or just something that wasn't industry just didn't want. And although the adult might be outstanding. Now, it's different for the Peacock's Yolanda Carrozza, the all of their babies and juveniles are no color, silver Brown. But everyone knows they're gonna turn into something. Fantastic. When they get to be adults other fish that came in like somebody along goddess that we brought in. We're just so mean, they were vicious. I mean, you couldn't keep two of them the same hundred gallon tank together, they would just slaughter each other other fish that came in were very interesting body forms like roses. And and you Kyle us because they've got these rubber type look clown. Looking lips. They're very attractive to. But there again, they never hit it as something that I would want to produce a thousand a year or five hundred or two hundred of them, and I might get a call for somebody. Hey, do you have this. But they want want. So you had to make a decision. I. Did when I started breeding these fish that. What was I gonna raise that? I could move to almost every pet shop in some level of quantity. You know? That's how I made my decisions and some of was just to mean to have on the farm. Okay. That makes sense. So if you had to list, maybe five of the easiest best sicklets to keep which ones would you say would be those five and my sales right here. The fish that pet. Shop might all almost every order is stuff like go labs gold. A bit of Chromos read by red zebras OB zebras a lot of my stores. Carry my two inch peacocks even though they have no color, then they'll by the adults and have the adults and say, but delta very expensive, but you can buy these two inch fry for X amount of dollars. And so it makes it more. Everybody can afford to get something to grow it up. So along that line I'd say Kenny I- bumblebees read by reds, go labs. Call balls pearls. All those fish are pretty much mainstays of. Every order that I ship out. Okay. Now, let's go to Miami. You ended up moving to Miami. What was the decision that made? You do that. We just got tired of there were several things got tired of the Saturday night drive downs pick up the freight. And if we didn't do it if we couldn't get down to losses coming in the next day could be heavy, and then of course, it was real small airport up there. And we had a lot of trouble shipping out of there to customers around the country. Everything had to go through Atlanta. Sometimes very difficult. Flights were limited. And then supplies were very hard. Just we were having to make cutter on Storrow bring boxes. So we decided to make the move south. So that we could get down here to be closer where the fish came in plenty of supplies in a big airport. Ship fish out that was the main thought there was really no thought on my part at the time to set up. What I am right now. But that's how we came down here. And when we came down here, then we started bringing in fish saltwater fish from Singapore. Once we hit here, then we decided sides, just the Malawian Tanganyika fish. We were bringing it at the time. Then we started a saltwater section in the warehouse on the property where we are now. And then we also brought in you know, barbs and angels from other parts of the country, and we had some local people in the keys that were doing all. So we did that probably for a year and a half probably with all the types of fish. We were you know, we were almost a full line distributor of fish for about a year and a half. Okay. And what made you decide to stop? Well, one day. My brother came to me, this was not very happy and being here. And so they see said he thought he needed to move on. So he went as far as good way from here to Alaska with his wife started working up there. So I took over the business. And when I did I never really enjoyed all the salt and all the other fish because I didn't like howling. Fifteen cent fish, and I didn't like dealing with assault, logistics. Of keeping the salt water and doing that. And I didn't under- I wasn't as easy back, then salt what it was very difficult. So I decided to give all that up, and I shut down tally imports. And I changed over to Florida. Exotic fish sales started digging pas on the farm. They were usually twenty by forty down the call rock which made almost a solid pond. You put water in it for about six weeks. And it's almost like swimming pool because the calcium would fill in all the holes. Hey, rick. Rick. Maybe maybe described that a lot of people don't understand what the ponds are down in Miami. Well, the beckoned then everybody duck ponds, so you'd get a backhoe in here, and you have about an inch and a half a topsoil down here. If you take a digging bar or rod or anything, and you slap it in the ground is gonna ring like a bell as soon as the call rock solid..

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Croatia Airlines Gets 5th Interim CEO in Two Years

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Croatia Airlines Gets 5th Interim CEO in Two Years

"Month contract. And they've done that five times in a row on Croatia Airlines is a small player in international aviation, but it's very important to the country. Because twenty percent of GDP comes from toll resume undefeated to get these tourists into the country or around the country, then having a national airline, which functions is terribly important now crusher outlines at any particular secret has been a lot of trouble. It's been reporting losses. Yeah. It's had to sell off things like it's Heathrow. Landing slots and the transport minister now says the line called survive without a strategic Paul and looking for a financial advisor to help find one which is what caused what here is it the absence of a steady hand at the helm, which has led to the situation getting worse. Ooh. Has the situation getting worse. Led to people having you know, having to leave the. The the person that I've. Did said was reappointed a couple of times he went off to go air. So of one of the Middle Eastern car Carrozza try and projects an image of being, you know, reasonable cost but high standard of service, presumably Gulf Aron content. If they think that that that that that the CEO doesn't have any particular talent in the industry rollover small liked the is up two left because, you know, go being rolling six-month contract, or I it just isn't a way that you can run an ally the issue, here's you've got a legacy airline, which has come out of the break up of Yugoslavia, which is being state Huns for all sorts of different reasons, you know, strategic important certainly, but then you get in Croatia. This funnily enough the fun. The former finance minister has just released a book called the death of crony capitalism. Well, we have a lot of encourage your fortunately, still despite the title of her book. And it just hasn't been a very well run ally. Over the as thank you very much for joining us on monocle twenty full. You're listening to the globalist.

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