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"casseus" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Of there hasn't been played really well and the report also says that Yeah the fact that he turned down those opportunities because he wanted to be ready to start. The season at the belgian league also was a cause for concern for the coaching staff and they have decided not to call him up. There is no. There is no tactical reason to have him missing this very important game concerned that now we have he landed. Move ella salcedo. He was a tacoma on at some point sporting the attack. So it's very concerning that that this things keep happening penal allegri. I agree with that that was going to go along that sentiment. Also you could include casseus got you out of the who there also been multiple reports martinez been unhappy with his performances and his demeanor as of late as well going 'cause it those pretty evident that he didn't have the greatest of tournaments and then he had that sideline incident with the assistant coach. And now he's not here. I've seen players play themselves out of starting levin's further playing ability but never a player play himself out of an actual eighteen or twenty three. If you will in this case so that leads me to believe it's attitude leads me to believe. It's not liking. What he seems sees from. This player on the attitude sight outta the guy is a whole 'nother thing because we don't really know why he declined the call up. We purred out at the himself. Say you wouldn't understand. It's very personal reasons. I won't get into right now. So leads me to believe it has nothing to do with him wanting to stay at genk him not going to the olympics. And for whatever reason. And i'm with i'm with right here. I'm odio million percent is not know. Has these attitude problem. Tendencies with players versus the amandus. And then he got into it was extra and then he didn't call them in for a while then it was like and she and it was then it was. Now it's out at the that's always something going on. Bella is always something. That should be worrisome. If you're a fan let me ask this question. And i'll pose it to you. Do martino with all these bands with all these putting players on kind of his bad list and not calling him in. Is he going too far or is he actually doing with the mexican. National team has needed to be done for the last twenty or thirty years because we always hear the discipline of the mexican players especially when they're with the national team. Actually that the martino doing the dirty work that hasn't been done for the last couple of decades. Yeah that's an excellent question and we've had it both ways because with catalysts authority you. The war on the street was that he was very permissive with the players right so it was a very relaxed discipline and he was okay with it as long as he saw results on the field but martinez having this no nonsense approach to call ups and two how he handles the team during long tournaments like the goal. Now work cup qualifiers so i. I believe that doesn't matter. Tino has realized that he has a core that he's gonna keep and that starts with the yen. Laureano attach eventually. We'll come back to the team without menace. Eventually we'll come back so as long as that core stays okay with his. He's going to be fine. Have no problem leaving layers out like gatto said but yeah i mean i believe that's going to be his approach and if he works on the field if he gets nine out of nine points he's doing it. We'll see how it goes thursday in a stick against jamaica. How we have you here. Let's talk some mackie's couple of big games over the weekend. We'll.
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"casseus" Discussed on Inside Europe
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"casseus" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters
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"casseus" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"In a more recent case, we and we've talked about, homeopathic medicine the notion supporting homeo- pathway homeopath foamy apathy is this concept of water memory. Which was advanced by Jacques Benveniste. Okay. I'm really so bad at people's names. And foreign terms jumped been Jacques Benveniste. It doesn't matter. We should we should have. We should have one generic French name that we use for all the friends, people that come up on the podcasts and one Russian name, and one Italian name. And we just keep we're using. Oh, look it's our old friend, yucca mobile Dini as we lost was the car wash. Currently he's climbing. Mount Casseus go in Australia. There's just the one guy we use. Thank goodness for him. We already have dumb, Kevin for all are like poop related needs. Dumb, kevin. Thank you. Okay. So from now on jock Dijon Venise, Benveniste Bienvenue. Sorry. That's the Italian guy. That's right. Jacques Benveniste conjectured that there was something in the nature of water that if you if you introduce a Salyut into water any kind of thing that you would dissolve in water and then dilute that water many, many, many times over until there's statistically almost no chance that there would be any of that Salyut left not, not a single atom of it in the water. The water itself would retain a memory of this Salyut that would be effectively could create an immune response, or it would pass on the properties has on the property, right? And so through multiple multiple experiments, he kept demonstrating these, fantastic properties were true. And it was the foundation of the idea of homeopathy, and he, he submitted a paper to nature, the science moves in italics. We can't we can't hear a talent. He did. He did not go hammered onto a tree in the forest of Arden. He said it to the journal nature and the and the editors of nature were extremely cautious about publishing this letter because of course it fine. Fide SCI fi sites. Currently says water molecules do not remember stuff, as how could they, but the but he had confirmed in, in so many, you know, what appeared to be scientifically rigorous experiments. He confirmed this, you know, that they did publish it, but with an editorial saying, let's, let's suspend judgment. We don't want, and they were, they were actually afraid to give some scientific credence to the homeopathy movement, because all you have to do is publish at once and there, there will always refer back to the needs to work post dates, the belief in homeopathy. Yeah. Home, and it bolsters it without attempted. A scientific explanation of it seems like the atom shouldn't be that this thing you've been doing for centuries. But what if there was a vibrational memory in the water?.
"casseus" Discussed on Recently Added
"Knew about this was that she gets murdered. I was like, I will watch through the murder, even though as ready to drop it earlier than that. And so, I want it took half an hour to get to getting murder, you know, and it was like not worth it. Seven minutes election zero minutes. Okay. I there's so much happening that for seven minutes talk about already like my legal pad was, I was, I couldn't think I couldn't something that she was like Donald Glover as teddy Perkins. Is she wearing a mask? That reveal I don't know what's going on with this woman. She faces. So, so both taxed, there's a frenetic on. It was like Michael Jackson. Good. Yeah. Yeah. Photoshop corrected and it's, it's so off pudding. It's like it's like this film like the emperor of the king of. Indonesia Indonesia's wife wanted to be an actor and he like made them put her in this move. I looked looked her up. I looked up that actress and I looked up Susannah. So I I, I typed in Susanna and because you know how how the beginning, it shows an in memoriam. Page of someone whose name was Susanna. So I looked up her because I was like, you know, maybe that was somehow connected to this movie, and, and it wasn't really it was, like she the, the woman that they did the in memoriam of was just like a really famous actress. And but and I expected that maybe she died some hell like this. But in fact, her Wikipedia page said that she. Had thirty years of having diabetes, and that's how she died. So it had nothing to do with that person whose name was Susannah. Okay. And then there's this other actress who was just whoever she was like a model then a singer and an actress, she couldn't eight or anything. They named after this girl. Yeah. Yeah. And then they dedicated it to her even that nothing to do with her in the opening scenes. There's the comic foil presents himself and Casseus Zana and her husband are talking, and she's gotten pregnant, and she's telling him that the pregnant and their servants or listening at the door, and there's a woman listening at the door, and then this guy with, like, just crazy buck teeth that you just you'll only see on, like Salvador. The comedy is just look at his teeth. Yeah. And then he sidled up next to her to listen to the door, but he puts his ear next to her face. And she's like what do you do like? Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you were the door. That was my favorite scene in the movie. County, and then the next day comes up and is like, oh, thank God, she's pregnant. Great. I thought that was like they spend a lot of time with those side characters who you know are not important. Yeah, but rosewood Manson Gildemeister. Yeah. But they were kind of entertaining, especially compared to the. Stupid. So this is a definite must see as sure. Yeah. Are you Indonesia, have you already seen this movie? It's in Indonesian. The language over there. There's no can't watch it in dubbing into I tried to know it says, Indonesia, already in the Netflix..
A review of the new Dumbo
"We just came out from watching Dumbo, and what did you think? Oh boy. Okay. So this is to be to be a kid's movie. And that is what it is a did Disney. Tim Burton's his movie, which is kind of a kind of a weird combination. I tell me I was Tim Burton. I would never ever guess that. That was a timber movie. As of one of the main villains. He looks like the guy the referee from. So if you all. On a lot of movies. I'm telling you, man. He's good at it. He's he's a good scary, bad guy. So of course, you know, this is a this is a very kids movie. It's a it's a remake of a very. It's a cornerstone of Disney's again library and union. So the poster of debris, and I think that was a straight up copy of what they actually will dreamland look a lot like it's like Ringling meets Disney for dream dreamland. And I mean, that's that's about as best as I can do it the overall story. I mean, the original Dumbo so Connick and men, it's it's I think if you if you re watch the original your comet get a better story about Dumbo because I don't think this was actually a good story about dumb. It was more of teaching a lifeless almost almost like, you know, anti business pro animal animals, and you know, and at the end, and this is this is a foreshadowing I mean, this was back in nineteen ninety one hundred years ago at nine thousand nine hundred and so this two thousand nineteen. Don't see you still haven't told me if you liked it. Yeah. I don't I don't know. I I was in different of it. I'm gonna go with you. I. I, you know, they're cartoon invoked so many emotions does when I watch it every time they separate him, and his mom, I tear up and this one bit. I didn't I didn't. I was. Well, maybe because we were already realized that. But I tried to be I wanted to be said, I could not didn't invoke any emotion. Happy sad or otherwise with me. It wasn't bad movie though. It was a good movie. Yeah. I mean, it's a it's a busy timber movie. So I director Iconex movie studio, but kind of actors. Yeah. And adding was a little devito Farrell Keaton. I mean, don't get me wrong. The. Doctors were amazing. The acting was a little like force. But don't take our word for it. What are some of the people watched it? Yeah. Probably a good idea. We have. And Bobby, and we came out of Dumbo. Would you guys think about the movie? Q it kept like some of that innocence with an also brought like real life situations that happens. Casseus? On us. I I was seeing because of my girlfriend. I think shown a greater message about keeping animals in out of captivity. Yeah there. There was a pretty greater message at the end, you know, about the animals and captivity, you know, especially with barley kind of getting rid of all their their animals, and then so so out of let's say ten feathers. What how many feathers do you get this? Million feathers. You're off the scale. I give it a night. Wow. Oh, so you guys really liked guys enjoyed it. Reading for Dumbo to the revenge. Come out. Well, thank you so much. We'll see in the movies. Are it must be couples nights? And we got a couple more people saw Dumbo. What's your names? Josh, what did you guys think? Good memories. But a lot of memories a lot of members you like how the they made an hour and a half movie out of a sixty minute. Yeah. Cartoons. Yes. It was well worth well worth it. So did you get the overall message at the end? I mean, I cry got the message message. Yes. So I mean, that's a big thing since this was place in nineteen nineteen one hundred years later now, we're in two thousand nineteen do you think the movie still holds up? Definitely. And I feel like now even more. So with people, you know, going forward with animal rights xactly so out of ten feathers. What do you guys give it? Tinton while ten ten. There you go you guys from. Josh. Thank you so much. All right. We're here with Robert in rubber just came out of the Dumbo move. What do you think Robert about the movie good? Good. Yeah. Dumble it'll it'll it'll pull on your heartstrings there. And so out of let's see when you were watching the movie, what did you feel about Dumbo? Did you sympathize him? I know this is almost like a learning experience. What did you think about Dumbo? Do you think he him and his mom are happy at the end. Yes. Do you think it was worth the whole place burning down for it? Yes. Did you watch the regional cartoon? And I'm pretty sure we're gonna get a lot of those answers because the ritual cartoon was very old very old and want to date myself. But yes, very old. So so yeah. Out of ten feathers. How many feathers did you give this? Ten out of ten you heard it from Mr Robert himself. Thank you so much. Thank you, sir. Well, you heard it from the crowd themselves of everybody loved it. And some people really loved it. And there's gonna be a common theme that these most of these kids that watch the this this movie. And have not seen the original. So they're probably gonna get a lot more out of it. I don't think this movie's meant for me, and you the minority I guess, we're the minority. Everybody the lowest they gave it was a nine for our audience here. So it's a it's a good. It's a good. I guess I guess not the target audience the audience love it. It's a it's a busy movie. So it's very polish. It's very good. And like I said they would have had any other director wouldn't matter. Probably it was. I'm just wondering how they trained that guy to fly that elephant because I couldn't have been easy. Yeah. It was a he needed that feather. He did he did a really good job of flying. Well, yeah. Heard it from us. You heard it from the peanut gallery, and we also want to a couple of people while we're here at Alamo draft house at this time. Because there's nothing up there is this a bright light. So and we're also thinking somebody else here Ray work productions apparently somebody shirt, there's a floating stick or they're in front of nobody's gonna give you a shirt a disembodied sticker. It's like. I wanna sure give me a sure exactly there now. I gotta sure yeah. We go.
"casseus" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"We'll have the fall on many of our network stations. We'll be back here Saturday afternoon. How played last night. California losing at Oregon seventy three to sixty two cows eleventh consecutive loss, but they're playing better. And the thieves are hopeful that they'll be going into that looking at another sweep they've got a lot of work to do here down eleven with thirteen fifty five to play. They go to their full court press, which has had some affective Michigan Stanford, which is operated at a very high level offensively Stanford brings it up fever shuttled back in man to man, Ethan Thompson guarding Bryce wells and the left corner. And we've got a whistle and a Porsche on Zach Weichel trying to guard followed Alfred Hollins will check in. And we'll try his hand at guarding pollen personal on Zach Reichel who leaves with the second. It's the third. Cane foul Jack, second personal thirteen thirty seven to play Stanford by eleven the attendance tonight four thousand two hundred ninety three Bali and bounced a quarterback Ryan gets it to Silva. Oscar back to Cormac in front of his own band. And he travels with the basketball Stanford turns it over beavers down eleven given up forty eight points in the first half the most points given up by the beefs in any half this year. So shortly hopeful that adjustments, perhaps even a bit of a canoe. Rocky typo or talk from Wayne might have helped inspire the beach to fight their way back play better defensively, give themselves a chance at home to come back and want to get the support of the crowd. Stephen Thompson left-wing roaster brother, Ethan top of the key to Alfred. Holland spin dribble comes down the lane jump. Stop tried to get it to Stephen tip to the backward. Four on the shot clock with three Stephen needs to get a shot off and does from twenty-seven in and out. No good. And the rebound pulled by Lucas Casseus bieber's, not able to get within single digits. They've closed within nine twice in the half. Stanford keeps finding a way to keep the bieber's more than arms length about politicians the quantity. Down the lane. Runs into big big g knocks it away into the hands of Ethan. Thompson Ethan to tangle trae stop and go dribble come down the lane. Put it up to the latte and scored off the glass and the beavers again within single digits at fifty eight forty nine twelve thirty three to play. They've not been able to get closer than nine since trailing by nineteen in the forest half, the Bieber shuttled back in a to actually man-to-man Cormac Wyan guarded by eastern Thompson..
"casseus" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Because this is the way I go from the hotel to come to the radio show, and I'm certain a past two or three on the way. Walking. All the big old yellow sign. I was like. Yeah. That's it right there. Then I kept walking. And all of a sudden I saw ills e sitting there laughing and giggling you and I look at it. I'll try to be real slick and go around corner run up on your scare y'all in a window. But l z some can you sheila's when you did at the window. No, Sean, you guys window full people. Their idols everyone dinner. Here comes Q shop. Got a hula hoop. How's intoxicated? You don't the truth? The truth. Waffle house. And I haven't been able to quite figured out yet is that is the food actually good or am. I just because I can't remember actually going in there when vibrations weren't involved. So I don't know. I wonder who these people in waffle house like at eleven o'clock in the morning. It's bacon, eggs, pancakes, waffles. It's hard to get that all All all I knew. the random Fritsch person. We were with from France Frenchie, French eat your loved the grits that I ordered. Yes, he did migrants. Boy frenchie. Mommy, atomic MAMBO Tano. Yes. He was never knew their real names. No. I didn't know I thought they was his agents. They say. Oh, ages New York City who do they didn't know. So the party the party's wrapping up. He was in a rooftop. So the elevators coming down. Rajin are waiting for the over. They come out of the elevator with another group. They hear us express the phrase waffle house and make a beeline towards us. Now, I'm drunk using my ghetto, you know, meter comes up. See I was weak. So yeah, got a big Uber and just a bunch of dues. I didn't know. Sounds like the beginning like a saw movie. Look look back at it. And I'm sitting here. I was facing the two. It was a kind of a nice. There was a big little bitty little scrawny. Little rascal French. Scrawny little rascal small. So I'm like, why are you keep calling him MAMBO NO some grits? Super bowl. The Rams are plan ills e deal CIA those ages, and I asked him I was like, oh, you guys. I thought they said they will they were. But I didn't know who they were. So that moment we got into it just sounded like a great idea. Let's we're hugging. Let's get together. Had a bad mix. Something is what it sounds. Guitar talk to Sam darnold. He says. Hello. He was at a party. He told us a lot of insight on USC, which was interesting coach. Anthony Lynn was there. Talk to him for a little dressed to the nines arosh was around Air New LA times guy. And we ran into someone else. They yes. Yes. Yes. So that'll stay. Yeah. I helped out a little bit. If I could. Well, all right. Hey, 'Antonio Brown a wing, man. Who I was talking about. We're talking about the other guy. Wes. Oh, yeah. We're at war. Yes. West. I don't know what he was. I talking about the other guy was just walking around looking for people. No. So we're talking to Sam Sam darnold shows up to you. And I see west is head emerged from the from the light. And I've looked at. I thought was west is always there when it's important no matter what the sporting event is if it's important whether it's a game a meeting party. He's always there. And so we mentioned the, hey, we actually just having much talking about you with Keyshawn Johnson. And of course, he goes keys keesa gave us great history. But how you guys I, and it was it was like a really lovely evening. Papa sues daughter gum was there. And Madonna Casseus family, you know, so they were all there. We're all sitting around talking. So it was a great evening is fantastic. A good party. House with some strange dudes Franci and Manoa Tano. Yes. I'm just glad you guys are here because that's that feels like America. Americal gone wrong one hundred could have gone wrong. But it's listen I was drunk, but I wasn't completely oblivious. Was I knew where the execs were. And I knew I could beat down Frenchie to get. So I was like I'm not going to mess with the Tel Yano because he probably take me out punch out the exit and be at the hotel..
"casseus" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Google, Stitcher. Spotify a recent review travel? Buff wrote a long review really love the concept of this podcast. Interesting to hear the stories of people who've explored so much in here. The thoughts and places I've never heard of before do after admit it gets a little one note after while with people saying the same things to the same questions all of the time. Would be good to see some of the shows feature. More people with unique angles like DNA Busta Montes dancing goal LGBT travelers someone from a country with a week passpart so many stories and angles to hear or even better to hear interviews of travelers that are chasing the goal of every country. But only have fifty to one hundred visits in have them interviews from the middle of their struggle would be great to hear from people striving for it. In addition to those have done it or pretty much done. Still a great podcast. See I don't only read perfect reviews travel buff. Thanks for the feedback to point out a couple of things I've interviewed many people in the fifty two hundred countries category. When you have a chance checkout, George Casseus. Randy Williams, Rick shaver, Mario hardy in Petra from today in terms of unique goals or unique challenges check out David Lee. Langan who has mailing a postcard from every country Thor who's traveling to every country without fine. Anthony, William who's traveling to the mall in the wheelchair. I've also interviewed a couple of people from the LGBT community as well. But their sexual orientation was not a major part of their travel. And of course, I ended in a couple of travelers with weaker passports. Take a listen to pong from Thailand or an art me from Russia and Denise started off with the Cuban passport there now sixty nine podcast. So there's a lot of amazing and diverse travelers to check in with. I'll see if I can mix up the questions of bit more to get some varieties. Well, remember to start off your new year with an official counting countries shirt. Check the Winker go to Amazon, and as I mentioned before in the.
How the killing Jamal Khashoggi impacted the world
"Those moments on October the second twenty eight dramatic shaggy went into these Saudi consulate in east timbale and disappeared after more than two weeks of Niles. Saudi Arabia eventually admitted that he had been killed within the consulate in what officials. Called a rogue operation and as out to punish those responsible. The journalist who lived in the US and wrote for the Washington Post having critical of these Saudi regime US intelligence officials determined that Saudi security officials were most likely acting orders from crown prince Mohammad bin Salman when it killed and dismembered the journalist don't own form who've used to crown prince as an I why has been reluctant to accept the findings. So don't hurt start. With many are saying that the case is like a test of some of the key values upheld by the western world. What do you make of the responses from the western countries? Yes. This case, I think can be regarded as one of the big international news in the year two thousand eighteen it has generated several impacts while as that U S image now has been a great damaged especially to the present Tump because he has been insisting like. Elias Assadi, even though the CIA has released a report saying the Saudi prince Krung now has been the the person giving the older to to kill the journalist Kazuki. So this moral the moral like for the United States is no longer there. So called democracy, like human rights like transparency or of that. Now, it seems like a very clear now that national interests now economic interests and also those minitary, you know, the weapons sale the buying things. Those things are becoming the the number one priority for the US and the secondary. I think also had impact on, you know, the international relations, particularly in the Middle East area. We all know like Turkey used to be I lied waster rusher and also the wrong, especially in the case of the Syria crisis. But now because they're some maybe those. Deals has been on the taken using this Casseus case as a backing cheap. Now, we have seen that the United States made the decision. Tom made the decision Wishaw those troops US troops from Syria. So this wish shores seem supplies Butto. Will you look the Turkish relations with the United States? Now, it's getting better than before. So and also the turkeys longer like a pushing that heart like a it's beginning about this case. So I think always readers some deals has been reached between Turkey in the US from the case of these journalists the killing and the we also see even US are now would like to sell those missile though, so anti anti those missile weapons. They used to be haunted by the congress. But Senator, but now he's saying alright continue. So those are three point five beating your Stoller are the. Peek sale to weapons to the to the Turkey. So this is another sign and the trying to even to really to send back the student grin has been regarded as the some long behind those military recoup years ago. So all of these things coming from this generous the king. So they has been using a the bagging cheese now getting the Turkey now closer now is the US. This is you know, the camp Nala longer closer with Russia. We'll Dr Joe do you feel the case could be a turning point for the relations between Saudi Arabia and the west or do you feel that the leverage the Saudi Arabia has on his in terms of oil in terms of arms
"casseus" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"So you represent Silicon Valley, but you didn't start in Silicon Valley started which in maybe serendipitous for you in Iowa. Tell me about that. Yeah. My dad was a cop, and my mom worked a bunch of odd jobs. She made doll houses in our garage. Baked wedding cakes in the kitchen and raised four boys and had a very large unlicensed, which is a job. Yeah. It will actually a huge job in and of itself I have to and. Yes, sometimes was laser eleven cage. Allen because we she ran like a very large unlicensed daycare facility with kids running around. And you know, I I learned you know, about doing the right thing in Iowa. When one of my very first memories was my dad is the chief of police of this town out gonna was about to be fired by the city council, and I didn't know what my mom and dad were talking about just constantly kept saying the word fired. And I thought he was going to be like thrown in a fire or something. I remember, you know, being scared about what it meant. But he had given tickets to the mayor and city council members when they parked their vehicles in the red zone at the Casseus county fair and his guys said to him. Hey chief these guys are saying they can park wherever they want. What do you want me to do? And my dad said, well, no one can had them. Towed is. Yeah. Had them. Towed part. These cited them and told them and then at the very next council meeting, the mayor. Brought this up and move to fire my dad and a public meeting, and I followed now some of the divine register coverage of because they were just as outraged as my dad was and I always figured well. This is my dad's side of the story. I love the guy. I'm sure there's some other side, but I should have given him the benefit of the doubt because going back recently and reading those register stories about it. He was in the right, and he was willing to lose his job wasn't going to reverse the tickets, and you know, we packed up and moved west, and you know, that was the end of his police career also urinated people by enforcing illegal drinking in city parks and selling alcohol to minors. So here's the thirtysomething chief who'd come to town where they didn't really have many DUI enforcement. And so the DUI rate I think spikes by four hundred percent when he became chief. And that's just you know, that's the person I saw in our houses my dad, you know, he's a real stickler for the rules and didn't give anyone not even his kids. A shortcut, and you know, that inspired me to want to go into law enforcement as a prosecutor. And well, and as you think you mentioned, you brothers are police officers all of them, the I two of them are cops and one of them married a cop. So we've got a lot of cops in the family, and they their dream for me was to just be the first one in the family to go to college. And you know, the only person who wanted that more than they did was me. And you know, knowing the you got a soccer scholarship. That's right. And you know, I came from town we settled on a town called Dublin, California and Dublin was a bedroom community. It was I would describes a low income low expectations town at the time. We're only a third of the kids at my high school went on to college. We didn't have any fortune five hundred companies around us. We were best known at the time for having the most fast food restaurants per capita. And there was not a travel team in Dublin that I could play on if I wanted to get better. So I had to wear an. Another cities jersey in go over to a competing town and play for them. And that's where I learned that their nicknamed for me was scrubbing because that's what all the kids in the other communities around called us Scotland. So I kind of carried that chip on my shoulder for a long time and move back home to Dublin when I was a city council member, and I saw in two thousand six well before you get let's just close out the story here because you got a soccer scholarship to Campbell university in north camp south southern Baptist school and David. I picked a school on three things I wouldn't recommend it to my own kids..
"casseus" Discussed on This is Rammy - the podcast about Ramsbottom, its residents and businesses.
"You'll find links to all of their that twitter handles right. That's where I'm gonNA leave so this has been a divisive divisive. Maybe it's not divisive is definitely been a divided opinion show I would love to know what you think of either the Grunt Psalms feel free to leave a comment on either of those two posts that around the website or even at the Ot vows is also now. If you've got an opinion on that I would love to know do get in touch and as always always I will either read out your feedback all just if you don't want me to read out. Just let me know and I won't so thanks once again for listening into another episode of this is Romy and please join me again next week where I will have a new there episode of some local content of I'm going to try and line some more interviews. If you do have anything in particular like to have more of for example. Did you like the Nassir Quiz question question this week. If you did like thought please do let me know. I'll know to continue doing things like future and all the best and hope you have a fantastic. We interrupt kid. Thanks for listening to the show existed. Likud casseus this and Romney individuals in an effort to bring more attention to offer fantastic town if you like this is Romi subscribing obey leaving us to review or selling real friends..
"casseus" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Paul Fishman is a self love, coach and healer on a mission to empower and inspire every living thing to love themselves. Just a little bit more for the first twenty five years of Paul's life. He let fierce it in the driver's seat. He did what others told them to do pushed his own happiness. Aside in never felt fulfilled. Paul hit rock bottom when he carried seventy five pounds of excess body weight and seventy five thousand dollars in credit card debt. In the inability to believe he was worth anything other than emotionally abusive relationships. He has since turned his life around lost the debt and the weight, and he now helps others with his practice of self love with that. Let's get into this wide ranging conversation with Paul Fishman. Okay, so what's Michael's drag name? We're not quite sure yet. We're not saying that we need to figure it out. So yours is what again. Tell me why by drag name is thirsty Espino of it. It's thirsty with a you thirsty and Aspen Archimedes finish in Spanish. Okay. So we can't do Susan Casseus like it's to panics. We were thinking maybe like the evil stepsisters from Cinderella, anesthesia Indra Cela. But I feel like we need like a very fiery last name. So you'll have to think of something with your husband on back to for. Sure. Thank you. I I, you know, I know you look forward to it. All right, palm about scandal. Navia. Okay. He's thinking, oh, you're still here handle scandal, navy, sprinkle because I'm looking at your GD crock shares at Scandinavian fiber sprinkle. But what if it's scandal Navia sprinkle. Okay. So a lot to say, like if you were to walk out on stage, I mean, like my name's scandal navy, spring coal. It'd be like, I just fell asleep, but I've had Michael as a neighbor so long..
"casseus" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"You need to feel the excitement and the adrenaline of a match Beit volleyball match or a fighting match. And this movie just can't wait to cut away the question. The movies asking is dead or alive. We'll obviously it's a live time. Everybody is a lot. Yeah, no fights to the death. The only one at risk of being dead is Casseus. Oh, me and rive because Ryo has gone to break into the lab to find out what happened to this long lost brother while Kasumi is fighting someone that actually will kill her. This Yanna the or the treasure as you pointed out? No typhoid Mary, oh, typhoid. Mary one who kills with the kiss. And this scene very much feels like it's ripping off from yet. Another movie. I think we've already brought it up crouching tiger, we're, we're fighting amongst the bamboo and she's going to bounce away and wire FU or so out of the situation when people finally show. Well, that also reminded me a little bit of mortal Kombat. I'm like, when did they end up in this four, Stu, you know, Johnny cage. Scorpion battle. Yeah. And again, I don't care why it's here, but do it up, make it fun. I do think it's one of the better battles because you do feel like there is life and death stakes. But again, I just needed more of this kind of stuff. More of it more exciting stunts I really think the wire food is good. Even if the fighting itself is depending on the actors involved, some. A little, not credible, but I always enjoy watching people. Yeah, run up trees and do these impossible kicks in flips that could be fun enough, but I think they really want us to care about the mystery. And that seems to be the fatal flaw of this movie is that I don't care what in the lab, and I can't wait to just keep cutting back to what could Donovan really be hiding. And Eric Roberts has done all of these women favor. He's like, I know you ladies can't act, so I'm going to be even worse so that you all you novice thespians who are new to the craft, I will make you look good. I will say this about aarc Roberts. He is well known in LA for doing very low budget and independent features. He will cut you deal. You can get him very easily. I've known people that have hired him for very small, budgeted, movies, the problems that come with him when he shows up, he will not have read your script. He will not read his line. Lines, you can hold up cue cards and he might might say them, but he is going to mostly be napping and his trailer or other things, and you're just not going to get a commitment much like this movie. He'll show up, but you're not gonna feel anything by his presence. Oh no. He sleep walks through this role, and it's funny that even decided to pay for Eric Roberts out that that's going over budget or anything, but you could get a nobody to play this role. I guess, as I'm saying, you know, people made forget, but he really was a good actor in the early eighties, star eighty runaway train while he was kinda over the top and that. But I did remember seeing movies. He was legit at one point he was legit. Yes, exactly. He was a dramatic actor who is much more famous than Julia Roberts in the eighties, and then when it flipped and it was her time he became schlock master, who for twenty bucks a coke would show up in your trash film and give a really shitty performance. And here he is again and. I love the scene love, love love in Brown, ERO territory all the way when they take Tina and Kasumi and Christie, and put them in these tubes and extract the Nanno box and whether be has turned against him by this point because Elena learned his name as their kind of racing up to stop him. And meanwhile, he's now got the Nanno Botts I think he's going to inject himself with them or something. He's gonna put on this pair of goggles with a bluetooth receiver in the middle, and now he can be a super fighter. They bring out Cassani his brother, Eric Roberts, does this one move?.
"casseus" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"So I just decided to do that. I just think Casseus so many times you get working with these head hunter firms, and I started working with one and then I got real turned off because they said to me wall, you can't move necessarily move back to New Jersey and live in, you know where you wanna live in because we don't know if there's there's jobs there. Well, number one, there's this New York City. There's tons of jobs, but they were like, you know, if we got a job for you and Kansas, I, if the great job, you got to be ready to take that my advice. Find a job where you wanna live and you're going to be happy because you could be making all the money in the world. But if you're not near your family's during a weird city, you're going to be miserable. So all the money won't change that even if it might as well just stayed in. Yeah, exactly. On the opposite end to, I think a lot of people say they don't really give it much thought I'm getting out. I guess I go home now like a robot I got. I'm getting out. I guess I go back home, look around. Hold up for a minute really look around because as in hindsight, I think I would have loved to have stayed in California and seeing where that take like, you never know so. But yeah, I guess we go back east now we're out so really, really think about it. Don't just. It did. I mean, I'm not gonna work out but it, but it was a rough road like it was a really bad. So it wasn't easy for an. Yeah, like it just depends, but just don't rush into like, yeah, you're right because I know so many people who were getting out and I look at them now. I'm like, what the fuck are you doing with your life? Especially people who were good at it, like who are good in the service and they want to get out and they don't really have any any set goal of what they want to accomplish whenever they do it, just get your ducks in a row. If you don't want to reenlist extend for a year extended for six months, like those are always options for you.
"casseus" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Shooting a lot of three pointers and in twenty thirteen in twenty fourteen they are really moving the ball off enciting they're playing their applying the same basically and the no same i defensive a tj system mcconnell that they do kevin now but well beth that not symington that's a starts you lot me has now changed that that's in terms kind of of the system what i mean but but like what the yet system to your point was there what has breath changed brown's coaching is the players never instead should've of knicks been knocked staus casseus or taking anything nine like threes that ag aim and it's jj now rettig i don't think it and was mark obama i don't think anneli anybody ever right blamed i mean him for the them players li those i are have some don't gotten bad know better years maybe they didn't blame hey him you specifically surprise full but tes there gets was a this no thought run at all that like we oath there's talked losing and we thought he culture might be they're a they're factor not trying to i win think games brown with again handled maybe at perfectly they're not trying to win games in the first three games he's series full tes play the first half fourteen minutes five minutes four minutes and then the second half ee has played because it was ineffective in the first half he gave him an opportunity full tes sit oh kane game one i believe he played second half in that game but females to in three than than they play too much there's in there's too much chemistry and time logged with mcconnell and the other guys caught mcconnell is a is a really good glue guy really agoo guy who can really steer the ship coming off the bench of for philadelphi one on one make it take it play to eleven who wins tj mcconnell matthew de levada dove call it belva tova because stif et attentively as ridiculous how much she you.
"casseus" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Is the is this mend the base proposition building societies credit unions like if the epa there was a time where it just seems to fit now is it know crowdfunding ceos everything seems who moving to that pay to pay pay owned thing yet building societies credit unions the coop seems so oldfashioned and also the the products that they argue algibali launched have been bright banke but but is that not the so they they generated a community in a like i i can remember in yorkshire where i'm from despite the accent but the the idea that the community was galvanized around a central point which was the coop in various different guises whether it be your funeral or whether it be your bank account whatever but is that not the rolla actually a law the challenger banks coming into uk archie fulfilling now in a could we know argue that something like a moms' or is actually kind of a cumulative bank now in terms of what it's doing because of how it's approaching developing that community making people sort of galvanized around a full to not thought could be in a making banking bed aurora could be that were rewarding all community incumbent doug sign has both hands up i think he has swear all dine on the third set godin talks about tribes the author of the weed now subscribed her tribe doesn't matter where you live in the world if you'd like stripey hats you find the stripey hot strive if you like gulfs you find the gulf try but there's this job he has struggled the that needs to be like cutting a hotline the you need to to get with dr casseus so but.