17 Burst results for "Cipollini"
"cipollini" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"The unless he win. Go up on the podium. Get my flowers then. I come back to the bus palm. My bike climb the steps. And then I see Cipollini on I got to go. Gomes Argo Jerusalem Diligence Tsuji Pauline. But I think of it. He basically well. I was climbing the steps at the front of the bus. He was climbing the ones at the back. He sees me and he starts coming end up so she has the market so I turned straight back around jumping team. Cotton off I go. He didn't even have time type in his mouth. Got The heck out of dodge. That night we were staying in hotels. Five hundred meters from each of that and we met up. He'd calm down a bit but it was still hey youngster. We almost crashed. You have to be more careful. Madonna counts double unmarked car pro one of the areas. I think thaw mighty guts overly sorry by two thousand and one the two biggest obsessions which she pollini on the Roadway milan-san remo and the world championships and in two thousand and one. He was beaten by Eric. Zombie milan-sanremo must've thought his chance slip away he was establishing himself as one of the great sprinters in Jira his his tally of stage wins. Now up to thirty four but in two thousand and two. It all came together for him. He won milan-san Remo but lost on the twenty third of March the day after his thirty fifth birthday he added sixty zero stages which put him one behind the all time record holder. Alfredo Binda and then the end of the season. He was world champion at last on the motor racing circuit in Belgium at role..
"cipollini" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Owes writing South and go running the other direction. This go ahead no shirt on and DOC is anything. I'll go caused that. It was Mario. He had no should on roll the knicks out really high and he's hair was slicked Jalen it Glasses on it'll Looks across the ride that needs to call me black good As quite funny is the opposite of what and he he looks across shell black evaded. The to street is the full logo friends with him but yeah because trying with him. Not I in a lot of Gerard in We we knew each other. Even off the retard you'd save the GIO. Every year we the whites satellite show the buttoned-down about full bots with the with the big Chinatown as so as women. Now they suddenly broke the mold with them. Our show that it hit a lot of charisma and That that over taints and he's likely is just built around. Mug muggle did he deliver a while another man who saw Mary Cipollini. Close for many years with Graham Watson photographer who covered all of CIPOLLINI's career At the jury Talia and Has a story to tell. And let's hear one from graeme. Which kind of amplifies really what Matt wishing about how. Mario Cipollini his own rules. Most of the stories isn't it's overly about revenge cheaper dominated the race for so long It once he had a friend of mine. Go ahead and initially. You don't just by just by a you know a sandwiches you get it prepared the because we use the bakery shot by roll bread then you go to the Delicatessen and they will provide you with the tomatoes and also the the Mozzarella cheese in the ocean and made made for you while you wait you. Don't you don't go ahead. And by that night us in a cellophane wrapper so CIPOLLINI has one Italian portal. When Edna order the bread roll and when I say they hate him and he had to go ahead. Thirty five forty minutes out of the race and the same guy ordered the the tomatoes Mozzarella from the delicatessen. But someone else had come in the shop. Pick it up because advice was just going by. But that's largely what she did but definitely Nicer Tomato Mozzarella Samuel of Togo. But not me. And he was given it actually hurt. He stopped a plate of pastor once. He pre-ordered some pre ripple. And and there's even these these exaggerations whereby control the speed of the palace on just so that when they got to this village where where his pass was waiting. It was just the perfect time. Every story here gets more and more exaggerated elements of truth in it north shore about you but Talk of having a sandwich is making me hungry. You always hungry it. Didn't you don't need an excuse or a some kind of cute? This is true this is true. Ill ristorante Oh no. Okay if know if you're not if you're not hungry then you're anticipating hunger. Well is true Richard and one of the joys of traveling around the GOP's he's eating my way around it and discovered some dishes. I really would have dismissed just from a written description and today's recipe of the day is one of those Pasta Amoud. Ika which on. Paper doesn't sound terribly promising pastor withdrawing breadcrumbs fried in oil. It sounds like it's going to be pretty bland. Let's hear from food writer Felicity Clark. Also the author of the Book One more question for the road about pasta.
"cipollini" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"That it helps your body process all kinds of bad things out and lowers your cholesterol so that's something all generations can better as I sit here with my Cipollini my Guacamole uh-huh entirely Beeri fattening AAA. Maybe a little careful what you put in there but let me just take avocado toast big ups thank you. This is a moment of generational coming together. I think it is I think we're all one Osma. What about you okay so what I cannot let go of? This week is very simple fact that is that Jaylo turned fifty years old. I can't believe it I know right okay so I don't really have much more to add to this conversation that you all should just google picture of J. Lo and gets her age and I really don't think anybody would guess fifty. She looks amazing in fact I would say. She looks like she's like what thirty eight maybe so one thing about J.lo's skin-care routine because this has been written about in like fashion magazines because she looks so good and there are two key pieces of advice that she has one is don't drink caffeine and another is to get eight hours of sleep like yes of course we're as journalists could try right lift pieces of advice yeah others of course like drinking lots of water and whatnot but I think she has. I think she has more than that but she does look amazing all right. I will go. I will go last and <hes> you know we've been doing these candidate interviews all summer and we've been asking every candidate we talked to quick plug. We've talked to non-candidate interviews feats <hes> we have been ending all the interviews asking the candidates what they cannot let go of and this is actually to me been really revealing because you can tell who actually has things they really can't let go of and you could tell who was like a let me scramble and get you something here. I will not publicly clump them. You can listen and make that judgment for yourselves but I will. They are last interview with whom he on Castro he got into this more than any other candidate and as the conversation continued it was clear how much he thought about it. He was started off. I think who's excited about the top gun to trailer was saying I've been thinking for a number of years about the plot what and we cut in and said like well. You can hear the episode but basically we teased out of him that he has actively thought through what the plot of Topgun sequel would be for years to lake very specific point and like could possibly have written his own script but one thing he said Ed was like. I imagine that you know Tom. CRUISE CHARACTER GETS DRAWN INTO A conflict with China turns out though there is already a controversy about the new topgun movie and it is the opposite of that is at the movie makers might have tried to appease China and and that really important Chinese audience now and that is the fact that there was a shot of of Tom Cruise's characters mavericks jacket and they had replaced a Taiwanese and Japanese flag. That's a patch on the jacket from previous mission or whatever her with generic shapes that kind of looked like Taiwan and Japanese flags out of concern it is it is it is being speculated out of concern of offending the Chinese government could couldn't couldn't get into some sort of conflict with the Iranians wouldn't that'd be more P._C.. For the moment we don't know what the conflict of the plot is but just it's clear that it is not the Hooligan Castro envisioned plot of a fight with China and what about Turkey don't we have some sort of beef with Turkey about thirty five so it would be really timely..
"cipollini" Discussed on THEMOVE
"CIPOLLINI is first of all he was an amazing bike rider very fast one a lot of racists and you know oh he was this type of athletes was in his mortars and not more than an athlete. He's actually you know had a lot of charisma. He has he was a personality you know and <hes> and he was good for the sport. You know and I think that's when that's what that's what cycling needs. More more of you know like for example is one of those of those guys radio and you know a personality with you know he's more than it's not just only interesting because he is a good bike. Rider interesting on a lot of levels and CIPOLLINI was one of those guys do oh yeah we we love him. We love him over here because I remember him showing up in the tour with like a Zebra stripes yeah and I and I think at the time you could only wear black short BRAC black bibs or no no no it was it was different but he was known own you know at the time of Zebra <hes> I remember it was <hes> first of all it was always always an initiative of one of his sponsors mostly it was the bike sponsor who kind of pushed him into that and there they were fines for you know respecting the uniform and then he knew he was going to do it and as spike sponsor with pay the fine and and the bike sponsor of course a lot of publicity out of it but particularly the Zebra <hes> I remember was the time when he was on a team. I think it was Domi Nova cancer and <hes> and <hes> their their clothing was made by fashion designer. <hes> is it is it Domenico Valla Cavalli Cavalli Yucca Valley and <hes> and so that particular uniform of Zebra was one of the one of the signature designs of <hes> of Garelli and so <hes> you know famous famous Italian designer Jenner fashion designer so <hes> he put on that Zebra stuff and y'all got fine and yeah.
"cipollini" Discussed on THEMOVE
"This is not this is flat you know when when when they're at the top seat I just just imagine you're going sixty five kilometers an hour and you accelerate the amount of power output at that very moment because you know they get up to sixty five while they're on the wheel and then they have have to go and that's what that's what we've Yanni couldn't do it and those are riders could do it. I mean that's it's it's. It's you know if you really think about it. Seventy four point one kilometers and this is this is normal now. This is not exceptional. This happens all the time <hes> <hes> so I mean it's it's incredible and really I mean it even thinking about that then you know when while they're rubbing elbows and trying to push themselves through to find an opening due to have a clear road towards the finish it's it's just it's amazing using. It's amazing yeah and you know I talked about it on on the show earlier in and I don't think Lanson George Solid. I wonder if you've noticed it. Just as Caleb was coming around and they're you know shoulder to shoulder practically really his he was putting so much power into his rear. Wheel came off the ground which may have been just that much of a difference that cost him the the win but yeah well. I didn't go. I didn't see <HES> I didn't see that but you know you can. I mean it is perfectly possible but just imagine if they're going already at that high speed while they are basically drafting and being brought up to that speed of the guys doing the lead out to lift up the wheel. Imagine the amount of power a little guy like Caleb you and I mean yes. He does have this particular style of sprinting where he kind of puts you know the maximum amount of weight to the front of his bicycle and and you know he's Steinem and then on top of that he kind of goes on his front wheel but you know the amount of power for a little guy like that I I would. I would estimate probably thirteen hundred fourteen hundred watts. Oh my God yeah. I mean that that very moment I mean I guess it's a guest but I do remember you know long before we were all talking all measuring and everything was was published published online <hes> or extrava Cipollini Tall Ones Marci Pollini you know arguably one of the best sprinters of all times <hes> that <hes> his maximum power <hes> in a sprint <hes> was <hes> eighteen hundred watts I mean and he he said this to me because it was just a moment that we were talking about. <hes> the special kind of feels lightweight wheels the brand you know it's a it's a carbon German brand. Now I see for example team you nails is using them now and then and and <hes> so he <hes> he had been trying those wheels and he he was he couldn't he couldn't ride them because his acceleration eighteen hundred watts was just too strong though he is the wheels good and handle that at that time or how obviously probably that they have improved a lot by now but at that time he was not able to use those wheels because of the the tremendous amount of power at the moment of the acceleration in the real sprint so I would guess you know thirteen fourteen hundred watts for caleb you in with probably be <hes>. I'm not sure but it's not going to be far off. Wow Yeah I follow Cipollini on Instagram and he likes to ride without a shirt quite off in case you're wondering Mario has a he's. He has a different career now. He's obviously he rides his bike like a lot. I mean I hear he's still really really good really fit but he's also a part of bike riding. He he went a little bit into bodybuilding and he's you know he's massive massive arms massive shoulders and and yes you know as we as we know him from before he likes to show it. Yes everybody loves him though he can pull it off yeah. He's he's Mario..
"cipollini" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Once from each direction. This year. They've added the Pook streaks. And there are some that say is gimmick too far off as listen to the race other than the prospect to punctures going to be interesting to see how it plays out. There have been several three-time winners in the racist history, including Rickman Louis Eddy, Merckx, Mario Cipollini and Tom bone in the seventy eight additions that have been forty Belgian winners giving a home success rate of sixty one point five percent a women's race without eating twenty twelve. But the women were not get the challenge to tackle the plug streets today, which I think is a real shame. A little bit earlier today we stopped in the village of Luke's, which is just down the road and went into a cafe the cafe grown plas on the war was red black and yellow jersey. And it turned out to be the national junior road race champion jersey. One by Frank Vandenbroucke in nineteen ninety two. There was also bronze-medal that he won in the world junior road race championships that year Vandenbroucke hometown. And he was buried in the family plot at a nearby cemetery. When he died in two thousand nine eight thirty four just a decade earlier he'd been at the peak of his powers, although his relationship with not only performance in haunting drugs, but also recreational ones means he's another champion with troubled legacy in nineteen ninety eight he won we're going on the following spring. He dragged Wilfred pitas. Who's now? One of quickstep sports directors all the way to the line Volk and beat him in the sprint a few weeks later, he claimed the steep hills of the Dan with his big chaining liaise based on the age. Interestingly his daughter Cameron born a couple of weeks before that vote win in one thousand nine hundred nine is a promising athlete specializing in the eight hundred meters arriving employees St. it, and realizing that was funding Brooks hometown just just reemphasize to me, the.
"cipollini" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"So it the fund was the limits Cipollini or the laments alley have totally flipped that. Anyway, it was. Fun. And it's Li it had some relevance to LA and remembrance Eddie mix, and and she was writing and she'd taken her boyfriend along and it was verse. I'm that he was gonna ride one, and she was trying to be kind of supportive and get him through his first, I'm fun. I'm reading between the lines correctly to say that might have been a little bit of tension in this arrangement. Well, because she was on the front row because she was the pros who'd been invited to it. And her boyfriend was a couple of rows back maybe five I think she'd pulled up in the first five hundred meters to wait for him. What the hell's taking snow? Why you why did you hit? What have you been doing? And I think it's just as Mudassar had completely blown his mind of it. Well, let's hear from Chloe Hosking talking about her grandfather though experience. Process like mine. Coming from really have grandfather's. He gets really I think that the grass the concept of it. The extra night in the morning. We went driving to the band funday slash rates. Adirek said this teeth thousand people starting. Just a casual bench with you made stunners Sam. Dale Sunday morning. It's the huge people. I think the first two to three hundred people have really trying to raise it. So I think actually my experience is little bit too. Lazy to do it? You could race it all you can just decide before we start. I'm going to enjoy the scenery stood with the stops yet. Just take it forward. It is still win wins. You know, I come into any with the race mentality. You know as soon as you go when you find position, but always leave my he hasn't rice. So he doesn't have that mentality. He sort of did think it was just going to start like, you know, you know, Sunday bunch ride with you mates. And then so as I've sprinted off I looked behind me, and I can see all the all the people that were database outing and is already like a group of twenty the friends like looking behind the waiting through my com, and he like he wasn't that fell behind me. He must've been like s- three Roy's behind, and honestly, I think hundred plus people possibly before I saw him. And he's. Just like bubbling along. I'm like, what are you doing? These three. Okay. And I get on my Lille. And then like, you know raced in back up to the front. Say he into babysitter. Eighteen had a pretty good one. I know why chip would be may show. You know that goal. Because my leg position probably like tough. We hit a hill. We did we also how long do I like the short? You're planning on racing yet studying the rights book and like AOL? Airlifts coming. How long it is? He's banging thinking tip would be very so many people..
"cipollini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is public radio. Here's the one eight program previously recorded. This is one A. I'm Joshua Johnson. In washington. It was a sombre night in Chico, California. People gathered to remember loved ones killed by the states wildfires. The fatalities continue to grow and many survivors returned home to find nothing left. A riot Cipollini was born in the town of paradise California. She spoke to the Mercury News after discovering her home had burned up the so called camp fire. It's so surreal just unbelievable. How everything is just gone like it's not even just art house hotel. I was born here, and I was raised your most of my life. So it's like only new and just gone after literally like twenty four hours, everything that's gone. That's a riot Cipollini a native of paradise, California. Now, if these fires have affected you or your loved ones, we'd love to hear from you. How are you holding up Email us one a acts W A M U dot org. Comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one A. Let's discuss it now with Michelle Wiley, a reporter from the public radio in San Francisco. She spent the weekend in the fire zone. Michelle. Welcome to one A. Thanks for having me paint me a picture of what it looks like. Or what it is like on the ground. We've seen the images on the news. But I'm sure they don't compare to what it's like being there. Yeah. So if we're talking about paradise, we drove through there during our trip, and it's exactly as the woman from earlier described it, it looks leveled there's ash floating in the air their houses that have been completely burned down to the ground. There's electrical wire all over. It's it's I've never seen anything like it on the ground in Chico. There's a lot of people who are looking for next steps. And I think that that's really the mood. There is what do we do? Now. How do we move on? Give us a sense of how the firefight is going have firefighters been able to gain ground on these fires they have. So at this point, the fire is burned about one hundred and fifty thousand acres and is sixty five percent contained which is an uptick from last week. And part of that is because over the weekend. There was a drop in humidity. They thought that might actually make the fire worse. There was a red flag. Warning there were higher winds. But it it went bad. Better than expected. There wasn't any in the fire didn't move outside of the containment line. They'd put around it firefighters able to gain some ground because the whims meant there was increased visibility. So they could see what they're doing a lot better than I'm sorry. A red flag warning. Meaning that conditions were ripe for fires to break out. Yes, exactly. What about the list of the missing it's fluctuated somewhat? As I understand it. It's around a thousand people it's down slightly from what it had been. What's the sense of where the missing might turn up? Is there still hope that they would turn up at a friend's house or in a shelter? Or is the assumption that these missing persons are bound to be aknowledges fatalities. Eventually, I think it would really depend on who you talk to. I think a lot of people, including the Buchanan sheriff is really trying to stay optimistic. They're hoping that these people will be found, and I think part of that is because after the fire happened a lot of people scattered like you said some people are saying with friends some people are in hotels. Some people are even. Like another town over so they're just trying to get the word out to say, if you're on this list of almost a thousand people, please let us know. And then there's another sense of you know, that fire burned so hot so fast. And a lot of the residents in paradise in the surrounding areas were elderly. So there's a lot of concern that the number of remains found the number data's going to rise. We're speaking reporter Michelle Wiley about the latest with Fecamp fire. We'd love to hear from you. We're just going to discuss it for this first part of the program before we keep moving. So we welcome your questions or thoughts. One a at W A M U dot org. Michelle you spent the weekend visiting people who were displaced by the fire where did you go? And what did they tell you, sir? So I spent some of my time this weekend at a sort of an impromptu tent camp that's been set up outside the WalMart in Chico and a lot of people are there because while for a multitude of reasons some of them are there because they were. Previously homeless, and they don't really work well under a shelter structure. And some people are there because there's been an outbreak of norovirus in these shelters, and they're afraid of getting sick. So the people there, I think. They're really looking for what happens next some of them want to go to hotels. Some of them wanna go stay with friends, they're signing up for FEMA assistance. Fema has set up a center in an old Sears building right next to that area. And I think a lot of people they can't really grasp the gravity of what's happened. The it's sort of unfathomable to think about your entire town burning to the ground burning to ask. So the move must be it. Sounds like shell shock is what you're describing. Yeah. I spoke to someone who said they were feeling emotionally numb just because they'd had to you know, they've talked to a lot of people. They they didn't really know how to process it. And then I there were a lot of tears to a lot of people once they started talking about the devastation about what had happened in paradise. They got really emotional, and it's understandable. Why it's interesting with different kinds of disasters in different places. The populations of these makeshift shelters. Can vary. Some of them have a lot of parents with children some of them. It's all kind of socioeconomic kind of an housed people who end up caught up in disasters. Who are some of the people that you see that seem to be hardest hit particularly in that makeshift WalMart, shelter, Sarah. So a lot of people there are lower income. Some of those people were homeless before they were living out in the woods in paradise. One of the people. I spoke to side, you know, the camping itself camping outside the WalMart isn't really the problem. The problem is that everything he knows has gone. I spoke to another woman who'd been living at a mobile home park, who you know, they it's not like they had much, but what they had it was really valuable and valuable to them and a lot of that is gone now. So these people are hit super hard. And there was a housing crisis in Butte county before any of this happened. And now, it's just grown exponentially. Yeah. I was going to ask you. But I'm glad you brought that up because I can only imagine. I mean, all of California's kind of dealing with the rising cost of housing, especially folks who have moved out of the San Francisco Bay area up into say, you know, Mendocino county or further I wonder just how much this compounds the existing issues that were going on this wildfire must be the very worst possible thing that can happen to folks were already dealing with a shifting California. Absolutely. And and I think we've seen to the. This is not the first wildfire. That's happened. This year people were displaced during the car fire during the Mendocino complex fire. It's just pushing people into areas that there's already housing issues, and then you have this sort of dire situation. I know right now there you can't get a hotel room and Chico. You can't get an Airbnb and Chico. There's just so many people in a small space that it's almost impossible to find a place for these people to go. So the county is moving people outside of the area. They're moving them to grizzly which is about thirty minutes outside of Chico which in northern California. And it's it's really difficult really really hard because a lot of people just want a safe place to go. Now that this disaster happened..
"cipollini" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eisenstein used to work at one of the largest investment banks in the world. I'm a recovered attorney. She walked away from Wall Street and devoted herself to her passion. One thing in life. Always makes me happy. And that is dogs. Nacho is her loyal six-year-old sharpei mix. He was found in a parking lot down in Puerto Rico. I didn't intend to adopt them. He was one of our many foster dogs, and we just kind of fell in love Nacho is the unofficial mayor of Eisenstein Upper West side, doggy daycare and boarding facility camp canine, which also doubles as a temporary shelter for other rescued dogs from Puerto Rico. She says before hurricane Maria. There were close to half a million strays on the island since the hurricane that number has only gone up as families abandoned their their pets. They lost their own homes. They often couldn't keep their pats. But also, there's a different culture around pets down there than there is here. It's not a big spay and neuter culture as chair of animal lighthouse rescue Eisenstein recently, Barack four Puerto Rican pooches to the US including Mario Cipollini sniffing the microphone. That's why I ended up taking him because I picked him up down in the shelter. And he just hung onto me by put him on me. And he clung we have to take this guy back. I can't leave him here. Mario just loves to be cradled like a little baby. He was scared. He was drooling. Uncontrollably. Shaking. Uncontrollably narrow you know, he walks on the leash. He knows how to go to the bathroom outside in just a week. She says in.
"cipollini" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Today's story from main street Tanya Eisenstein used to work at one of the largest investment banks in the world. I'm a recovered attorney. She walked away from Wall Street and devoted herself to her passion. One thing in life. Always makes me happy in that is dogs. Nacho is her loyal six-year-old sharpei mix. He was found in a parking lot down in Puerto Rico. I didn't intend to adopt them. He was one of our many foster dogs, and we just kind of fell in love Nacho is the unofficial mayor of Eisenstein Upper West side, doggy daycare and boarding facility camp canine, which also doubles as a temporary shelter for other rescue dogs from Puerto Rico. She says before hurricane Maria. There were close to half a million strays on the island since the hurricane that number has only gone up as families abandoned their their pets. They lost their own homes. They often couldn't keep their pets. But also, there's a different culture around pets down there than there is here. It's not a big spay and neuter culture as chair of animal lighthouse rescue Eisenstein recently brought four Puerto Rican pooches to the US, including Mario Cipollini. That's why I ended up taking him because I picked him up down in the shelter. And he just hung onto me by put him on me. And he clung as we have to take this guy back. I can't leave him here. Mario just loves to be cradled like a little baby. He was scared. He was drooling. Uncontrollably. Shaking. Uncontrollably narrow you know, he walks on the leash. He knows how to go to the bathroom outside in just a week. She says in spite of adversity.
"cipollini" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"CBS? We'll be talking to Craig this morning about the sixth anniversary today of sandy. And it's a year after hurricane Maria across Puerto Rico one woman is saving the countless pets left homeless. Her story this week from main street and hear Sean Adams Tanya Eisenstein used to work at one of the largest investment banks in the world. I'm a recovered attorney. She walked away from Wall Street and devoted herself to her passion. Thing in life. Always makes me happy. And that is dogs. Nacho is her loyal six-year-old sharpei mix. He was found in a parking lot down in Puerto Rico. I didn't intend to adopt him. He was one of our many foster dogs, and we just kind of fell in love Nacho is the unofficial mayor of Eisenstein Upper West side, doggy daycare and boarding facility cap canine, which also doubles as a temporary shelter for other rescued dogs from Puerto Rico. She says before hurricane Maria. There were close to half a million strays on the island since the hurricane that number has only gone up as families abandoned their their pets. They lost their own homes. They often couldn't keep their pets. But also, there's a different culture around pets down there than there is here. It's not a big spay neuter culture as chair of animal lighthouse rescue Eisenstein recently, Barack four Puerto Rican pooches to the US including Mario Cipollini sniffing the microphone. That's why ended up taking him because I picked him up down in the shelter. And he. Just hung onto me by put him on me. And he clung as we have to take this guy back. I can't leave him here. Mario just loves to be cradled like a little baby. He was scared. He was drooling. Uncontrollably shaking. Uncontrollably. Now, you know, he walks on the leash he knows how to go to the bathroom outside in just a week. She says in spite of adversity there.
"cipollini" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"The only thing that you're doing, which kind of helps since it's a bit of a sticky mixture is. Is you coat your hands with olive oil, which kind of helps the McNeil the potties from sticking to your hand. But then also that oil then helps them kind of take on a little bit of char a little bit of color on the grill this get. Did you test this Patty also like an cast iron Skillet and compare how it cooked on his skill compared to a grill? We did. Yeah. 'cause I, we ended up with a lot of like, you know, various iterations of this mixture. We did. We cooked some of it like in a cast iron Skillet which honestly worked just fine. I'm not going to say it's like it's better on the grill or or in a Skillet, but you kind of have options with us and the other thing about, you know, a lot of veggie burgers general's not including that you might buy from supermarket kind of all ready, frozen and ready to go. Is that like when you try to grill them, they fault to peace seen that before? Yeah, ours within that. How do you like to dress it up fixing wise? What goes well with this flavor profile of the the veggie burger self. So because. Like a specially with the black bean burger, which this is one you get like it's a lot of big flavor like that bean flavor, especially when it's kind of had the heat and the grill on it is like very deep, very rich, very intense. So you need something really bright to kind of, you know, wake it up a little bit. So pickled red onions, just real solid pickled Hala pain yots I will never say no to on a burger of any kind. We did like a condom, just a stir together kind of yogurt. -i like Chipotle yogurt. Just like that liquid in the Cipollini adobo can vocal support. Late celebrate. Is that just like incredible sauce, a couple tablespoons of that in a Cup of whole milk, Greek yogurt with a little bit of salt, ROY guide might how they do at a heart's in Brooklyn Olea lambere, and then they do the leak yogurt. The Greek yogurt that they thought it was like more of like an alien thing, but it might there might have. If some yogurt, dill. Yeah, there's all those herbs and. Yeah, no. I mean, that's that's one of the cool things. I don't even like lamb and that's great burger because of the treatment, you know. And I think that's the thing. It's like an old fennel going on like solid. So I think you know, this is at the end of the day, you know, when you have a Patty veggie veggie burger Patty, or even like if it's like meat, you know, that's like that's like your starting point. You know. And for me, I always kinda crave those at ins, those things that kind of lift like ads in the city out some crunch, you know, good Slaw, good acidic, like limi- sort of saw his love. Did you are at now you're not a vegan, appreciate a vegetable. Did you put cheese on this burger? I did a couple times. Yeah. I, I guess I just sort of crave it, you know it was something are the previous veggie burger. I'd done alternate veggie burger. You know, I put cheese in it as well as on it. That's banana. You know, it's just it takes a lot, you know, looking at like that recipe now, you know, the agreement wise looks a little bit crazy, but there's there's truly reason why all those things are in there. You know, looking at the superiority burger, there's a lot that has to go into creating, you know, an assemblage of goons and vegetables and seasoning Diller beget it to different together difference though. Although, I guess Brooks has cookbook now spirited burger, but when you go to the restaurant, someone's doing all that for you. So you don't care how many gradients are there later slaving away for you, and you can get mean I think it's interesting what the veggie burger at superiority burger is at that originally. I know he was gone through many sort of permissions, but it was kind of initially sort of meant, I would say, kind of meant to vote that sort of in and out shake shack, squish treatment, potato bond, and there is I get cheese on it and it was. Even though it might have been a non meat burger, it didn't necessarily come across healthy..
"cipollini" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"Occasionally, I would pick a stock from Tom's quarterly picks that was too expensive for me to buy from what was deposited. And then I would either I would choose to save the money and either use it the next time to buy that stock or use it the next time to like by different stock that I chose the next quarter. And that kind of was because like that was that was a stock that I thought was more interesting, but then I had to choose between the two winners the next quarter. And that was kinda hard sometimes. Yeah, we we actually face that early on and if you're dealing with five hundred dollars a quarter or you know, however, we did our picks annually for probably the first ten years maybe. And that helped group a bunch of money together. And at the time I remember the stock advisor would do their summer summary and they do every single stock and it was about six or. Eight pages of of stock picks on a little bit about each one. And so the kids would just go through and write their initials on them, and then we'd, you know, pick from that. So I think the other key is, you know, Emily was picking from a kind of a vetted set of motley fool recommendations con same with my kids, and that is has turned out, like I said, it's tremendous portfolio because we've we've, we've bought and it's just there. And part of the kids portfolio has an this is comes with the little Asterix that says, your results, my vary, you know, don't don't expect these kinds of things. They've had a nineteen percent return since two thousand and four annualized annualize. Yeah, they they top top top stocks that have our top in their portfolio. Netflix, Amazon, Apple, Cipollini activision. And part of me investing with the kids is, you know. One of the things I have a tendency to do more often as fiddle with the portfolio. Also a little bit of this. I'll buy a little more of that. I'll sell out of that because I don't believe in it anymore. And the the kids portfolio we've pretty much just bought and let it sit and you know thing goes bankrupt. No, what? No worries. I mean the kids own. I don't know if anybody has heard of three d. systems. Yeah, that's number ranked, twenty one on their list, and it's it's down sixty percent, but the overall portfolio. And I think that's the beauty of the the, the math and compound interest is the the top stocks that have done well over the fourteen years that they've had the portfolio more than overwhelm. You know, a couple lousy picks. There've been when I'm landfills a pick out there picks there's two things that I that they have to tell me about, and one is why they wanna pick that can just be a sentence or so right? But and then the. Other one is how they make their money, which again shouldn't be a. Yeah, dissertation, right..
"cipollini" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Hey, everybody welcome back to the move like everyday presented to you, but patrolling tequila. Every day we pick up patrol on back in the old days. The patrol was the boss of the peleton. He was, you know whether it was Eddy Merckx Bernard Hinault or Mario Cipollini or whoever else we pick one every day myself in George, and we'd like to have differing views on that. But before we start talking about today's stage from the base of outdoors, which is essentially where it starts to Borg. I always script the same does own were anyways to Balazs. It's hard struggles real. I just have one thing I have to say. I've actually two things I have to say, first of all, I most importantly, I am. I am. I am sick and tired. Of being wrong all the time, which is a problem and this man being right. I mean, I was in a in when I talked about today's stage yesterday, I was one hundred percent convinced that I was going to be right. I just I'm off. So I'm sick of that. And then. I'm really sick this and our guest here, George Hincapie, longtime teammate has been pretty accurate and right more often. And the other thing I'm really sick of is the amount of emails, texts, tweets, Instagram, comments about how everybody's so happy Georgia's on the show because he balances out my grumpiness people. I have feelings too, and then you do. I do. And then and then we try to have fun with y'all and y'all know, I hate this supertuck. We go out for bike ride yesterday. I actually practice it. I got shit for on every angle. I was in the small chain ring. I wasn't low enough. I got so much that even phillipe's you'll bear chimes in on George Gabby Instagram, that it looks like the old man needs some yoga. What's up y'all? What we show wait. We post the video teaser teaser. We're gonna. We're gonna make a video about that. But before we get and if you want to see that picture on Georgia's Instagram, you gotta. You gotta pull that up him cap on insta- copy. Wants fallers shameless plug for bring it on. Yeah, yeah. Before we get to really cool exciting announcement little bit of business like every day the.
"cipollini" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"And the queen of the mountains jerseys both goto bulls dolan's this evening on the backs of peter's and modulus as i say it was a sprint essentially very tightly controlled but the flip side of that was that we did have a very hectic finale everyone trying to get into position for that sprint at ten kilometers to go were there we had one crash with carson will taken out of contention so no repeat of stage one of the two yorkshire for her when she took the sprint win and then another crash a few kilometers later with three wiggle high five riders taking on that one as well all dri cordona rago an edmonson and katie archibald we didn't get to see any of these crashes we were falling on intermittent twitter update so we were getting older updates from the writers at the end the where a few more crashes along the way donnie row came off with twenty kilometers to go she said she had a soft landing an ended in a hedge but that was her fault she said then in the final four hundred four hundred meters or so terrible crash taking to trek drops abby van twiss go now weird nude on our four wheeled wreck of the finnish thought it there wall strong potential for mishap in the final two kilometers we had a sharp left hand turn a patch of quite terrible road surface actually which seems to be in the undoing of abbey and then a shot right hunter it seems that be failed before the right hunter and all not patch of bad road and hit a pothole we understand again that's going from writer she has gone to hospital we'll give you an update on that later but it was a fast finish and the wind went to as you said richard yulian door of mitchelson scott just come off the back of a broken collarbone back to back wins four door who won the final sprint of twenty seventeen in london the second place went to more tobac anneli of allie cipollini and third coronavirus rivera of team son webs rivera's time bonuses at the intermediate sprint means that she actually finishes second on g.
"cipollini" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"We're doing we're going to take one of each trader whether they think it's going higher or lower very simple straightforward years let's start off with cipollini named tim often struggles to even pronounce coach it higher or lower though is the question definitely lower we've gone from fifty seven to four forty brian nickel nice job totally overdone here very expensive stock they beat on cops take that profit and run if you had it i don't know yeah that's true g higher lower gaza it's going to be higher from here i mean even when you see the way absorbed yes it had a terrible day but flannery said this was not going to be an overnight fix he's wanting the assets he sell he's getting it done slow although it might be but i'm long logo timeframe long below i don't know so i would say probably he said don't count let's timeframe on this i think we're going to probably the early or maybe about six months to eight months this will be we'll be trading in the low twenty what do you think that's in their priced in ready or well yesterday yesterday that it wasn't it was not right now but it leveled off at a price that still higher the recent lows i'm still profitable at this point i'm still up fourteen percent basically my position i'm willing to give it the time to shoot some of the concerns that around the dividend but i do think low twenties probably six to eight months let's get to our next stop exxon mobil higher or lower karen firemen higher just because i'm sort of bullish on global growth story but it's.
"cipollini" Discussed on Start the Week
"A goldsmith wants to be michelangelo he wants to be treated as a great intellectual someone who has not any technically technicallyaccomplished but driven by a great idea when he gets the plum job but on the plum job is to do a bronze statue of pursues ancient mary loeb holding the head of medusa goes all the way back to antiquity and he's in several competitions at once when he does that first of all he is very conscious the bronze is an integral part of the work of antiquities in some sense he feels his bond in the renaissance way with all as ancestors then there's a woman there who he wants to noone some more brutal alpha male amendment in search elina enemy in brutal and the woman there is judith beheading hunter furnace done by donatello which was put in the pierre said a senior real when the medici family would chase outs of of florence it stood there for a long time so the the medici who comes back to fraud and says i want this woman beheading a mad let's have the other way around and cipollini obliges that and he goes one up actually pie costing the figure of persio in one piece on light on the trailer but he then turns into a ripping yawn he falls deadly sick he thinks it if it's going to succeed a tool it's going to be off to his dad's of his dead at least to be greeted as the great michael angeles master and his his assistant say must marsters who going cold everything's going wrong so he tells us whether it's true or not he leaps from his deathbed melts down puteh dishes pause them into the furnace sent all is well bought the killer literally the camera he is taken he gets the choice of position in the larger of one side of the square where it seems as a michelangelo's david is going to be looking at his sculpture goes resort utah's regime is at us medusa turns.