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How food delivery changed in 2020

Talking Tech

03:23 min | 4 months ago

How food delivery changed in 2020

"Know the way we eat food the way we deliver food the way we get food chain so radically in twenty twenty once the pandemic and so many restaurants and move to a takeout only policy and so many grocery stores. We didn't want to go in. we wanted to take. We not take out but we wanted to have our groceries delivered so many changes this year. Jeremiah alley yang. Who's an analyst with colegio insights says that historically shoppers have been slower to adopt online purchases of groceries compared to categories like tech and apparel but the pandemic change that grocery shopping in the us jumped a hundred and ten percent in daily online sales in april just after the pandemic hit and he says that only pandemic could have spurred such a rapid adoption of e commerce in the grocery category. I talked to a bunch of people recently for this article in usa. Today about how people are coping and dealing with getting their food. I talked to anna anna gurney. Who's a professor at the university of mass in amherst. Where even there at town of like forty thousand people whole foods was delivering initially. Initially you would take like a week to get the order in but as of last week you could get your stuff within two hours. alex cantor. Who is the ceo of or a firm that assists restaurants with online ordering tells me that what it was expected to happen over. The next ten years with a growth in online thing actually happened in a few months. The hallway that consumers interact with restaurants has fundamentally changed. He's been advocating that. Many restaurants will be operating in smaller venues but with bigger kitchens too because so many people have gotten so comfortable clicking buttons on their phones and using delivery apps like doordash uber eats postmates to bring the food home. Now researcher incisive predicts the digital sales will make up more than half or fifty four percent of all restaurant sales by twenty twenty five and as you know walking down the street and seeing your local restaurant is a very sad thing right now because over one hundred thousand restaurants have closed since the pandemic. And who knows what's gonna happen over the next few months. Alex kanter whose family owns the iconic. Canter's deli in los angeles sauce thirty five percent of its revenues from delivery before the pandemic a number that's now grown to one hundred percent with restaurant operandi twenty four hour basis serving mostly delivery orders. You can also drop in the door and pick up stuff in person. Post pandemic kenner believes that people will return to inside dining but not like before business. Travel will never be the same. He says there will never be a lunch. Rush from office workers again because so many people won't be returning to offices meanwhile our friend and amherst an-and gurney says the despite the growing pains while she plans to return to restaurants post pandemic she sticking with online food delivery it saves time. It's very efficient and it's reliable.

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"colegio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"colegio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To be better. Gotta find a way we can do it. I want to do it. Next time you come out so many questions about what went wrong from Boston in the opening half, they could not rally to win. Miami got Tyler Hero's performance, and now they're one win away from the heat. Go to the conference to the NBA's funds. Excuse may find out tomorrow night beginning at 8 P.m. Eastern time. Meanwhile, 10 for hanging around despite five from the Colegio kitchen, Jamal Murray not scoring here in the second. All right, thanks a lot, And we had 4 14 points from Anthony Davis in the first quarter. Still on that 14 is he's getting some rest. He played the entire first quarter. Denver Nuggets trailing 47 to 47 27 to go first half Marquesa, PJ Carlesimo, Doris Burke with here in Game four, the Western Conference finals. Bron. James will bring it up with Caruso, McGee, Markeith Morris and Kyle LeBron will find Kuzma on the right is opened for three. And that's backto back triples for Kuzma. Good timing, too, Because I was just starting to speculate. Why is he still in the game and knocks down two threes? Frank Vogel, warning Why I'm speculating matches the Lakers largest Lida 10 50 to 40 Jeremi Grant, holding the ball on the far left side and now Whistler's he was watching traffic underneath Markeith Morris will get tagged with a foul near the baseline. His second Lakers 5 13 tonight from three point territory. Frank Vogel told us this morning he had brushed off their poor shooting. Last game bound Morris will find Porter right, backto Monte Morris using the Screen stopped from the elbow, his jumper off the heel No good on the loose ball foul Gonna be against plum bling. That's a tough call McGee that time fighting for that rebound. No way. That's a fallen Mason Plumlee first on Plumlee LeBron James to the bench. Same with Javale McGee, Anthony Davis and Rajon Rondo come out for the Lakers. And here's Jamal Murray entering the fray for Denver, with 6 48 left in the half time for Denver's two superstars to step up. We need some offense for Murray and your kids to keep them in the game. Caruso in the Lakers to our right, Caruso splits, the double finds Kuzma in the corner drives the baseline tried to leave it for Davis Ball got knocked out of bounds last by Denver Lakers will keep with nine to shoot. Baseline left inbound is going to be Anthony Davis Trigger Man gets it in quickly. Morris of top Rondo 70 Shoot Raja fires A pass for Davis body by Plumlee fades fires and hits a deep to Anthony Davis still perfect seven for seven right in front of the Denver bench. Well point Laker lead, their largest of Game four. Yoke. It's for three right through 6 12 to go here in the first half 50 to 43 Lakers Markieff Morris drives the baseline pass out on top who's tries a three bricks ball died, and it was rebounded by Mason Plumlee Biggs in Denver. No kits and Plumlee working around to the right Porter. Jump Stop. Hop Great scoop Shop on the lane. Dr. Basket by Porter 50 to 45. Denver back within seven. 5 40 left in the half. Rondo and Caruso passing back and forth up top. Caruso worked his way to the right side as guarding him, takes him into the paint fading shot. No good off the back iron. That's just big a team I think Denver put out there passed down floor for formally is intercepted by Anthony Davis. Up ahead. Rondo scoops it, Morris Open for three Miss Rondo chasing down the mist lobs it down on the baseline for Anthony Davis will send them back out on the reset with a to shoot 5 10 to go in the half back to 85 80 of perfect night so far, step back three fouls. The shot No good. Three free throws. Coming for Anthony Davis is Mason Plumlee took him out on the perimeter. Remember the details? We talked about the.

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"colegio" Discussed on Business Schooled

Business Schooled

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"colegio" Discussed on Business Schooled

"Feels like a museum so oh this is a collection of various things that we've had relocated from hangers that we took over one. Great thing about being a tiny homebuilder. Bob Colegio is that you can make tiny homes almost anywhere like a tiny airport. Which is where I first met? Balk at Allston airport arrays are thin air strip that cuts through the cornfields of Elgin Illinois. Just outside of Chicago. I was there for a personal tour of the former airplane hangar that he rents for production. A group of these pilots bought farmland throughout the country and created these private little airports that started off for themselves really just hop hop through the country on their own private planes. And then as aviation grew in popularity through the seventies and the eighties at one time. There's eighty the planes here flying in and out all the time as the economy shifted and went through several crashes out of the eighties. The airport suffered and I'm sustainable. Hit people could barely pay their bills. They were looking to fly and have a hobby with airplanes. So the owners of the airport now. He came by one day while we were fixing the place up. I could send something was off right. And he got kind of emotional and he said you know I never. I thought that in my lifetime I would ever see this place so busy again. Sometimes the success of a business has positive effects that we don't not even realize and how we affect the people around us as I go through town. I talk to different people. Everybody's like Oh you're at the airport. That's so cool Like just breathing all this life to a place that had for moment in time in forgotten that is really touching. I don't say that often gentleman building. These are tiny houses or mobile. Cabins we build for glancing getting away or disconnecting and also winter camping so in the Mid West. It's challenge to do any kind of winter camping. I mean it's giving people the opportunity to get out and experience nature in a winter setting an interesting concept for a lot of people and measuring on average at under a thousand square feet. Tiny homes have lately received a slew of media attention. Today's tiny home fans as well as builders. There's like Bob. Love their portability sustainability and lower housing costs not to mention the feeling they offer of being more connected to the world. That's just outside their four tiny walls. Does it builder at heart and a contractor. For many years bob found himself hooked on tiny homes when he signed on to great one for television. Show sensing a big opportunity opportunity. He threw everything he had into building Danton built from scratch but when the promise of a tiny home revolution met the realities of the market. Bob Managed to overcome the odds and Pivot Bantam built into the hospitality business. I wanted to know Bob outlasted all the ups and downs of the tiny home game to find himself thriving living in market. He never would have expected so I went to Elgin to find out. It's time to get schooled. I've been a part of construction. My whole adult life doing property maintenance management fixing flipping general contracting so home related and it was. She's always been a part of me whether it's figuring something out tinkering wondering how does that work or how does that go together just dismantling it in my mind to be. When had this opportunity really showed itself? I was walking out of a property. I was touring office manager. Calls says I think this is a prank call but you might want to a follow up on this too. I did follow up on it. And it was real so tiny house nation decides to cast us for a show to build the first lady house size. He's had a popular TV show at the time. Yeah it was the first TV show to ever talk about tiny tiny holes oversee. What type of like? He's learned. Not that here. I am building building one for contractor being on. TV was a big deal so we built the first house. I put a facebook event together for my family members. So here was a piece of work that I could bring my family members to see if they can see actually what I do and touch and feel cool stuff. Well the Saturday morning that we had the little open house which is supposed to be for like fifteen twenty people towards some people show up to my shah to see the only tiny house they claimed in Illinois at the time. It's almost like you were a big ball. All of string or babe the block statue. Everyone just wanted to see it for be it was like I see an opportunity to grow with a very sorry do emerging industry so I I would recommend the city but I was doing a fixing flip at the time that actually refinance put the flip on Hiatus S. until the spring. It went gangbusters with whatever money I could. There were thought it was nuts because it was so new. Well that's risky. It was it was completely -pletely reckless with his house flip on hold and all his money poured into his new tiny home obsession. All up needed was for the TV show to air and he he being the right place to ride the hike we first started in two thousand fifteen. Nobody was really investing money into this year. So it wasn't like you could just go out get seed money and by endgame for this company was to develop a product that could be mass produced and sold right next is to your run of the bill travel trailer on an RV dealership lot. We built the first house in August. I had now refinanced a fix and flip that I was is doing. I closed lease on a ten thousand square foot building. And this was all predicated on this fact that when this episode airs the phone is GonNa ring. I got a phone call like two weeks after we moved into this big space where we're going to start building all these tiny houses. Yea Yeah. We're pushing the season back to January. So now I realize that my marketing strategy which was the TV show or the credibility in debut. Viewing this tiny house company was on hiatus so I had to figure out what I was going to do. So now we have ten thousand square feet. We've a prototype that I built as now it's it's November and I'm trying to sell these tiny homes over the phone to people that have never see be touched to feel the product or anything and those that were so excited the comfort to our would show up to ten thousand square foot vacant warehouse with a Tidy House in the middle and I had done the most irrational thinking and that anybody I think by situation would have done which is liquidate sacrifice. Everything of this crazy idea because is it spoke to me in November. There was a tiny house. Show for the very first time at Jacksonville Florida and I was thirty thousand the whole so I knew that it was all or nothing at that moment and all of a sudden instead of feeling bad for myself or cowering under my desk just like I had done a couple of months earlier when I realized I was going to big truck payment a son I was like I've got everything in this. I hitched up only tiny house that we had completed. I drove through the night. Twenty seven hours or whatever it took to get to Jacksonville and never been a show like that and there was a lot of people like fifty fifty thousand people showed up that weekend. The Sky on a golf cart comes up to me and he's make sure you stick around in the end for their word ceremony because you've won an award art. I really had twenty eight hour drive back to think about it and I got home and I remember telling my wife. We best builder and I was finally like excited about this and remember hearing. Did you sell anything. And I said no but conversations over like this is reality Bob Bob. How was your company at that point? At that point we were probably ten people strong starting a contracting or a service business this is one thing it really does require a lot of startup costs or upfront infrastructure but lodging national brand to manufacturer five two six figure product. I completely underestimated the amount of start up costs and the burn rate and I didn't even know what those terms or any of that Mitt at the time you walked into this business not realizing the cost of goods sold not realizing how much supply chain cost to produce. I could read a balance sheet. I could read a profit of loss. Yes I understood the difference between gross profit and net.

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Plumlee, bench help Nuggets rally past Nets 101-93

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Plumlee, bench help Nuggets rally past Nets 101-93

"The nuggets came back from sixteen down to the feet Brooklyn one oh one ninety three the nets led sixty seven fifty one early in the third but Denver tightens its defense and tied the score at the end of the quarter at seventy nine then the nugget benches sorted itself with a nine oh run good for a ninety eighty three lead with seven forty two to go Denver's Paul Millsap in the Colegio could reach game high with eighteen well Jeremy grant Mante Morris and Mason Plumlee from the second unit combined for thirty two points Bruce Morton Denver

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Everything You Need To Know About The 2019 Elections

Paul W. Smith

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Everything You Need To Know About The 2019 Elections

"Election results the mayor of Warren Jim Follett's will have another four year term as mayor he defeated his opponent city councilman Kelly Colegio in voting yesterday Maureen Miller Brosnan will take over as mayor old love all your she won that race Sheldon nearly defeated the incumbent mayor of flint Karen weaver nearly will take over in flint all the school bond issues and rules were passed in the Detroit area big one passed in Ann Arbor marijuana ballot proposals voters passed one in Lincoln Park but they defeated marijuana proposals and walled lake Keevil harbor and Allan park Democrat showed strength in key state elections in the Kentucky race for governor the incumbent Republican Matt Bevin trails the democratic challenger and the base year the race is too close to call officially correspondent Harry Enten says part of the Democrats success were wins in areas of that state where president trump did well all counties and sexually democratic territory a lot of these counties one for trump by forty to fifty points back in two thousand sixteen but this year they went back to the Democrats and that was the key part of this year's suppose a victory in the state of Kentucky in Virginia Democrats won majorities in both the house and Senate in Mississippi Republicans held on to the governor's

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"colegio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"colegio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Say canister of radioactive uranium Jennings is now facing numerous charges a lease Izzy NBC news radio all the Mister Frank came come every Saturday night I'm not yeah rankings home missing for a week beloved bird Frankie reunited with his owner cafe Frankie's in Boynton beach the owner Anthony Colegio says the bird went missing from his home in Boynton beach last week as somebody found in game to woman invoke a book or tone that she finally gave it to the Palm Beach animal care control yesterday to avoid losing Frankie again Klay Teo says he plans to microchip the birds so they can locate him wherever he flies thank god she's rather than today it is back home a safe yeah a fifty W. ckyl news time is six thirty five hundred thousand over the gather on the five checking out your traffic this morning the turnpike flowing freely with no accidents or delays we do have a crash that's now been moved to the shoulder I ninety five north in approaching will bright road and a closure due to construction Cleary road northbound from southern Boulevard to Wallace road you may want to take drugs your alternate this report is sponsored by staples at staples there's a whole lot of store come in right now to get a ream of staples copy paper you'll get a second one free secret stock up in store only and July thirteenth two thousand nineteen while supplies last staples that street fifty W. F. T. L. traffic stormy drive on this Friday morning you were showers and heavy thunderstorms on this Friday morning the rain will last through mid day into the afternoon skies mostly cloudy the Rangers fifty percent today a.

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"colegio" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"colegio" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Nobody says she even when they make money or wouldn't is just bag critically bad. But it makes money nobody says he gets to stop making movies, or this is a bad representation of Jewish people. They just go. And you've got a movie that didn't do good. But yeah, so. That's the total. The comments basically. The main thing I would say is. So factually wrong about Dinsdale and Wilson, I don't know why does to names came to her mind, but both of those mother, fuckers produce independent black films on a consistent basis. I think we'll swing Jada Pinkett Smith company is called overland productions, and they invest in small black films. I mean shit great debater like he'll be in the fucking, small blackmail. That's an extra level. A lot of these folks. Don't even want to take like, well shit. I do to three big budget movies year. Y'all leave me out of this shit y'all go out. I'll let somebody else do he will go fucking funded produced it. You know be in hit. This is why fucking let Amari Harwell sleep on the couch. They pay for susa- Colegio Watson and Chadwick bozeman that go to Howard like you gotta get your facts thought he's mugging names out, like because now is you basically shitting on some black people. They didn't do anything wrong. You got your facts. Right. Come home, bare minimum. So I should have just go name names, and then we could have been guessing. But like you to names got resumes of helping black people. That's pretty bad. So that's what I think about what you think. As one of those things you talked about it. When people talk in general, like that, particularly if you do not know, you don't know what they're doing behind the scenes, well world for them their workers public, but you don't know what other things that they're doing behind the scenes where their money might be attached to other things as an honest donors and all this shit. You just make an assumption. Somebody says something, and I don't know if it's true where she may have went to them. And for whatever reason that may have told her. No. So she feels like y'all don't support anything because you don't support me like, like you never know you know with, with people when they make these kind of blanket statements. And also, you also given a discredit to the white people support, black sheep. Like, why people got to support the shit, too. You know, yet, a white, but guess what they put any money black shit like the you act like that. Don't mean nothing not getting a work off of it just because black dollars on attached to it. Means nothing. Yeah. I mean, I point is, I mean, it's just fucked up point is black people should be doing that work. And my point is they are. So what are you? Why are you saying that they're not, you know what I'm saying? Like, why would you especially those names? I'm sure there's some black people, this applies to it. Ain't he's not damn that's fucked up. And then, so this, this is the part that really bothered me though about all this shit. I really think. Is her style promotion because when she was at the BT awards last night, she said, she's kind of did a similar? I have two big up myself I have to shit everybody else..

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"colegio" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"I'm listen insult people more people will watch and this and that and and it's really. It becomes something different. When you start bringing family and religion and stuff into it. But I listen back the fun stuff. You better watch that black summer. Zombies. Listen, man. I can't wait to see. What's what's next for you? That was a hell of a fight. I love that you, you know, you show you how well rounded you are and Amy if you ever New York, I want you to come in studio, bro. That'd be fantastic. I am fisherman. And definitely wanna come into Jim. Anytime dude anytime, and let me know anytime hit me up, you know, blowing. If you know, you're going to New York, you got an anytime you come to my schools. Go too long goes we have a great time in. All right. All right bro-. Take take care of. Any time they talking to guys here. What a good mean? Listen, I like talking to these guys such nice guys you make such really make nice relationships. We'll I'll say this like, I don't particularly. Would you want to say, I don't need trash talk to make me excited to watch a fight? I care about martial arts. And if they're good, and I'm learning something while I'm watching it. Gauge online. Hey, just engage works. Eighties fields weird when I sing this close to you look a little bit. We'll call. Say about the about your wacky. Cousin? You are like my wacky. Cousin the thing about crash talk. And especially with obviously Connors, you know, there's been a lot going on with Connor lately. The problem is he's doing a lot of the trash talk to get a rematch with. It's not like, that's the obvious next fight. Although obviously it could happen. But that's the thing like when you were lined up to fight some on. And you're definitely going to fight. Then then it's one thing. But when you're just trying to like start some shit to get the fight. I don't know. That's where it goes off the rails a little bit. I'm waiting on Matt's response because Matt has had several monologues about this in our time together. It was about it. We know about. Yeah. I mean, he's definitely talked about. I've talked about just don't need it. There's times it's very very funny and clever, and then there's times where it's just like I'm bored of you Maxon Connor board who who aren't scheduled to fight. But they had fought before. They're they're social media back and forth is fun. It's like amusing. It doesn't cross the line. They should talk. Each other about the first fight that picture were Connors in the background what his glasses. It's fun when they go back and forth, the stuff that could be even Conard, obviously, just. Over the top. What does that come? Can I try? That's what it's called. That's what it's called the title. You should do the KOMO or grim lemonade. That's why don't you have a agent bigger b. Be you guys high pomegranate limiting. Well, I'll tell you. Pomegranate? Caffeine. Matt you should not have shoot look at this Salil Roundtree versus Eric. And he did like it. He did he did. I don't think I've I don't remember seeing someone from one fight to show such a difference in their striking. I thought calill looked or sauce. Speed in his kicks speed. What he can I picked Eric ganders by decision, by the way, I went over five this week. So they can't go by me when when Khalil came out and he's doing that like front foot classic tie bounce. Like. Currently Rowntree Colegio Ranchi. Listen, he used to be a little fat kid, but he's dangerous. Now, he's say. Listen. I was there with you. When we interviewed him. Here's pretty awesome. He is awesome. I know what's so weird. Have you done time for watch? How done Thailand? Yeah. No numbers Zil. Okay. Mattie does Brazil. Watch that one. Jay, bubbles everywhere. Stories of Matt. Great morning, Phoenix. I took my kids wanting to tell you everything took my school and.

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"colegio" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on KTRH

"Cognition. When you're that. You're already increase. If your doctor wants to put you on Stein's Donovan says get a second opinion giambra brewer NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. Statins. Seemed people studied coffee you're studying Stanton's back and forth. Before you bad for you. What's the story which service which studied you believe right slash new will now they're saying this one's for seniors over seventy five safe. So by the time, we're there. There'll be more studies now five seven folks who live in Houston. Other major Texas cities you're being targeted specifically by rebel callers, you males Alex Colegio says over the past three years there have been more than one hundred ten billion robocalls made and it's growing by fifty percent. Every year. Everybody in the south is polite in wants to answer the phone. And if you answer the phone, you're gonna get more robo calls. In that a mess. He suggested more southerners are struggling with bills too. So they're getting more automated calls from collection agencies. But you know. There you go Houston Texas fans may soon get excited about Super Bowl fifty four as Jimmy told us earlier and ESPN analyst predicts the Texans will win next year's AFC championship assuming they can acquire running back levian bell. Who sat out last season in a contract dispute with the Steelers don't get excited this same analyst predicts the Texans will lose the Super Bowl. To New Orleans now who who wouldn't want to see that matchup though around here man Orleans again. Yeah. Around here. John Houston Rockets and the Phoenix Suns their eleventh, straight loss, beating them one. Eighteen one ten James harden with a game high forty four points in the win the team will be in Sacramento tomorrow night..

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"colegio" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"I not just the pages like the graphics as well. And used to watch them design their books and stuff, and and and again that affected the way that I designed, but so you know, even down back to quick and easy five in. I just. In this particular book, fighting for white space, and as a dyslexic too, much, I freaks me out. And then if you're nervous cook, that's almost as bad as dyslexia like too much. I freaks you out. So fighting for white space in trying to bring combos at just want to work together instead of China, Mike so of. Snail porridge tastes great on the mainly. I think did that go with the flow like go fish with the Fisher. Like just the book is just try and make it easy for people. Now, it's very lucky. I was working with Antonia Colegio Genaro Cataldo the time. And I I did my time there, and I read that book, and I just said, I'm sorry. I have to go here. And and I went for my interview. And my dad was told me to wear a suit, I was had no money. So I just had the crappiest suit. Literally, if you to see me, it was it was really bad. But the if you put me anywhere near a candle would have gone up in flames. It was such. But also, it's if you know the river cafe it's quite honorable cafe. So I did my interview with rose, and I got the job and. And never looked back. Yeah. What can men in positions of power like yourself do to help women in the industry with everything that's going on? So really important question. Really big question. I think in a way ends to be on that. Because the the problem the industry has before behavior is we haven't women not choosing to go into the industry. So are they connected. Maybe or is it just like this kind of owed structure of an week. Should look like, roaches or doubles. Or, you know, say all I can say is like, I probably employ more. I'm like four or five percent above the average of women in the kitchen. But it's still only fourteen percent. I if I had a button compress tomorrow to get to fifty fifty I go there because he's a much better place. They function much better for all the right reasons. But the problem we really have is not enough women coming into the industry. So I think the industry needs to really answer that as an industry first. And then. The the behavior thing is just is. No, even for me about women is is about women men is about racism is about drug coaches. It's it's about behavior in the, you know. When I started in the kitchens, it was just okay to have quite. On like there was fair coach fare coach is an interesting one, you know, like fear works. That's just it's proven itself to work. It's very efficient. But it's very thin. It's not deep so fear. We can come on officiency FOSS. But it doesn't it doesn't kind of build thinkers forward thinkers. And so if you compare that back to rose and Ruthie, of course, all of the people that graduate from that kitchen a thinkers, thank you for your time. Thank you for your book. Thank you for all the good energy put out into the world. And there's anything Terri bump can do to help with twenty thirty. You're the bomb, Jamie. Thank you very much. I'm very grateful by thanking. I hope you enjoyed my chat with Jamie Oliver before we go I want to share a short recording did a few years ago with my aunt olive, my grandmother's sister, she passed away a few months ago at the age of ninety eight and she was one of the most positive and resilient people. I ever met beyond that she was famous in my family for having read kitchen, literally everything was read from the potholders to the stove to the refrigerator when you're a little kid, a red kitchen seem so magical and today as an adult looking back on it, it still seems magical. My aunt olive spent the last years of her life in Alabama with her daughter and lots and lots of grandchildren, even though I didn't get to see her much..

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"colegio" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend edition from NPR news on Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. We begin this hour with President Trump's border wall, not the politics. But the path the government is already moving to make the wall. Real in Texas, landowners, have been getting notices in the mail informing them their land. Is it risk of being taken father ROY Snipes has received such a letter it concerns Lameda chapel near the town of mission? Father welcome to the program. Thank you. Thanks for calling. So first off can you describe Alameda chapel for us? What does it mean to you community? If I was appointed. I couldn't describe it. Well, enough, it's just a serene beautiful place, the old athletes used to come and say master on that was the kind of the mission trails that they come from Brownsville up to remind beyond Michigan's kind of a halfway point where they were stopping. And of course, minister to the people of Rancho community. There reminds us. We come from a long line of of love, and faith and hope and we go there often to pray in all kinds of ways. People just go out there. How often go out there to pray and evening at sunset just to go on freight who almost would never go down there and find a district banned under is almost always somebody down there of praying families down there having picnics youthful big old mosquitoes down there. Sounds beautiful. Tell me about this letter that you received when did you get it in? What is it say? Well, they sent it to the dialysis and lawyer. Of course, it's it's just all church property. So the legal business goes through the bishops lawyer and the Bishop and the lawyer made the decision to refuse to right of entry. The first letter was they wanted to come in and survey for the wall. And then the second thing is that they want to take the land for the wall. And you're I understand the churches in the midst of a legal battle with the federal government over the land Alameda, sits on that would be they they'll claim imminent domain. I went to one case at the federal court with another with the hortatory priest lawyer invited me just to get the lay of the land. Well, the judge was almost adamant the heat. There was no reason for you to deny right for surveys on your land surveyors disturb anything. So in that case, the judge insisted that they work out some kind of a compromise with the survey, or when you can come and how soon you have to tell us you've been a common how long you can stay and all that. So what they tell us the same thing might happen with us. You mentioned eminent domain, and that is of course, the premise that the government has the right to expropriate private property as long as it compensates the owner. Right. That would they would build the wall on our on our land. There's a levee just kind of north of the chapel. And it would the wall would go on the Levy, and then they would have like a kind of a I call it a militarized zone. That's not what they call it like a hundred and fifty foot wide road. They would use for their vehicles to go up and down. And if they do that Colegio road would probably go right up to the chapel. A Colegio road is a rock road. What would happen to the chapel? If the landed sits on gets taken would it be moved. No, no. I don't think we'd ever think about moving. It would it would be kind of a desecrated sacred place. We could probably find that. They whenever we ask them questions about it. In fact, we had a meeting with the border patrol. The corps of engineers about thought maybe it was almost a year ago in the city hall in their quick to reassure us. Don't worry you'll still have access. Don't worry. It'll all work out. We had a lot of questions we go down there where the Palm Sunday procession may maybe fifteen hundred thousand people how's that going gonna work out? A new we stay till sunset. We hear confessions and have a big parish picnic. And I even know are you going to try to interrogate all those people when we leave you you look at me and say, well, let old guys got white hair and blue eyes. We'll let him go. But then all these young guys, you've got black hair and black eyes and dark skin. Maybe better check them out. Are you worried that if this gets built an even if it doesn't damage the chapel's self that it will discourage worshippers, many of whom are Hispanic from coming? Yes. It will discourage worshipers for sure, and it will also even for those of us who will go. Anyway, it'll be like the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem going cry there. But when we do go the atmosphere. We'll be altered the spell will be broken. I don't know how to say it will be the same at all. What would you like to see happen father? What I would love to see happen is that as one of the other outlets said father Michael mission. Let's pray that the president heart will be open to the gracious flowing from the sacred places. We can pray for that day in the spirit moves, and he doesn't quit moving when things are getting crazy. That's the ideal. In fact, if they figure if we are the smartest and richest and most powerful and the most creative, and even sometimes they say that they're the most compassionate in the world. Well, couldn't we come up with something better than building a wall, and they're beautiful river father, ROY Snipes on the line from mission, Texas. Thank you so much. Thank you. God bless you the New York Times and the Washington Post are reporting startling new details about President Trump and Russia this weekend. The times revealed Friday that the FBI opened a counter intelligence investigation into whether or not the president was working on behalf of Russia against American interests. And last night the post said that the president has hidden details of his meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin over the last two years. Greg Miller is reporting that for the Washington poise it for the Washington Post, and he joins me now. Good morning. Good morning. So Greg, let's begin with what you highlight as the extraordinary behavior. After a meeting between Putin and Trump in Hamburg, Germany, a Trump took possession of the interpreters notes. Why does that stand out and how did US officials come to know about this? So the officials learned about it because there were officials in his own White House in administration who who met with their tried to meet with the interpreter back at the hotel. They wanted more detail about what had happened in Trump's meeting with Putin. This was his first real sit down with the Russian leader until they were trying to get as much detail as possible. And the interpreter tells them the president told me I'm not allowed to talk about what happened in there. And also took my notes, and you know, this is just an extraordinary things because I mean, what Trump is consistent with a pattern for Trump of concealing. Details of his conversations with Putin since coming off since coming into office. It's fair to note though, that secretary of State Rex Tillerson was in that meeting with Trump gates. Yes, that's true in that in that. Initial meeting though, he was excluded from subsequent meetings. And I mean, this is just at odds with how presidents have conducted diplomacy for decades and decades in the United States. I mean, every president in our lifetime has relied on aids and take comprehensive notes of any meeting with the Russian leader because there's such high stakes meetings because they want record of of what happened. They don't want. There to be any doubt about what transpires needs means that Trump has just gone in a completely different direction. And it's in it's remarkable. Also, because of course, Trump came into office in a very different way than other presidents with this cloud over him this Russia cloudy as he calls it himself because of Russia's interference in the twenty sixteen election wasn't worrying to the people around him. I mean, did they find that? This was some behavior that they considered unusual. Yeah. Really alarming really concerning. I mean, they were objections to the. They can meeting with Putin to begin with for many people on his staff. They don't understand why it was necessary to have these meetings. Let alone to have a closed these closed door meetings that go on for hours with no meaningful record of them. Remember, this is a president who has had embarrassing. Details of conversations with world leaders leaked right out of the gate. I'm thinking of his call with the Australian Prime minister, for example. So might not make sense that he'd react by being specially sensitive to secrecy. And that's something White House officials said, right? It is that he was really concerned about leaks embarrassing leaks early in his administration of his conversations with foreign leaders. But I mean, he's the president of the United States. And I mean what I mean aside from sort of classified or or very sensitive conversations. I mean, he's taking steps that suggests that there are things that are being discussed here. He doesn't even want his own staff to hear about or to understand Greg last night, the president called into judge. Janine Piero's TV show, the to our friends and she asked him directly whether or not he was working for Russia, which is pretty extraordinary to have to ask that question of a sitting US president what struck you about his answer. Then he doesn't say, no. I mean, he says it's an insulting question. It seems like it just another instance in his presidency in which there's like a huge opening for him to to change how he is perceived, and he doesn't do it. We saw this in Helsinki as well where he was challenged sort of point blank by reporters. Can you turn to the Russian president standing next to you condemn what Russia did in two thousand sixteen and say that that's not gonna ever happen again in the United States, and he couldn't do it time. And again, Trump just can't can't take on these sort of challenges that would really alter the way we see him as president. What do you think the reaction will be? I mean, we are hearing from the Democrats that they might want to get more information about these meetings now. Yeah, I mean, I think it's just fanning interest in the Russia story again in Russian destination is I I interviewed the incoming chair of the house foreign affairs committee they plan to open an investigative subcommittee. That's gonna look at specifically at Trump's communications with Vladimir Putin. Greg Miller of the Washington Post. Thank you. So very.

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"colegio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He has been he's given me his time his wisdom. You know? He's he's a very thoughtful. Yeah. His agent, right? And he's he's a he's a very strategic thinker. And I, you know, sometimes I, you know, get too caught up in the emotion of things. And so to have an influence like Kobe who could kind of lay things out in a way of you know, what is the goal that? You're trying to accomplish Jeannie will. Then here's how you have to look at it. You have to create a path you have to you know. And and, you know, do you have the heart to do that? Do you have do you have what it takes to to? You know, make things the way you want them to be because that sometimes takes bravery and guts, and courage, and I think that you know, that conversation, really inspired me. And I think that's where why he sent me that game of thrones mean, which is exactly can you describe it? What it just, you know, the character that they call the mother of dragons Koichi cluelessly, he's he thinks you're the Colegio the Lakers that that I had to to learn to be that that I had to, you know, take control, and and and define what it was that I wanted to accomplish. And and I wrote back to him when he sent that to me. I said that you allowed me to see what I couldn't. And in terms of taking control of that. He knew he knew. Yeah. Yes. That I that. I would. Make tough decisions because it involves family, and and sometimes it's hard to make a business decision that you know, is is, you know, family, it's it's just different. And you know, he he, you know, he was happy for me. And he was happy to see because he knew I could do it. And he's you know, a father of three daughters, and he's very much about empowering his his daughters and the situation that you set up for the team and it paved the road for the Broncos in here. And there's so many people in this town that think that he's now wanna talk about game of thrones. I guess realm treading on on a turf the Broncos treading on Kobe's turf here where where do you stand on this subject of treading on Kobe's turf with him coming here? Well, I think that anybody that would you know, any Laker fan like, they're not Laker fans. If they're not happy about the LeBron joining the team. So, you know, there was some unrest and some uneasiness. And I just think those are troublemakers that that, you know, they they don't get it. I think Los Angeles is going to be very proud of the way that LeBron will represent the Lakers team, and they're gonna fall in love with him too. So what's more of a truthful rumor Kobe's, non happy about the Broncos wing? That's not true or Kobe would be interested in coming out of retirement to play with liberal. I'm always constantly trying to get Kobe to get more involved. He's got so many other projects aren't always got an Oscar. He's like so creative. And he's got so many different things. He knows he knows how much I need him. And how how much is support means to me? He always has an open door to to anything that he wants to do with the Lakers cluding coming back on the flu. Yeah. I mean, you know, I think his his wife. The NASA would kill me. At that. But you know, I mean like I said Coby Coby can do anything in my book, aren't let's take a sixty second break comeback. We have game called start bench cut. Here. We give choice of three. We gotta start one bench wanted cut one some interesting aspects there, and I do want hit a little bit on Lonzo ball and his future with this team. That's sixty seconds with Jeanie Buss back. You're on the rich Eisen show. The hit podcast zan's world found a new home on podcast one gun the Linea rectum for the. World traveller author and alcohol this Zine lamb, pre is well learned the art of embracing a good time as reviews, the best attractions and destinations on the globe. So we went to black market liquor bars. What you remember?.

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"colegio" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode four zero seven with my guest. So FIA Alexandra Paul Gilmartin. This is the mental illness. Happy hour normally give you guys bunch of bullshit upfront about where you can find this. And that and I was going to give you some updates on my life and stuff like that up front, but I'm going to do that after the interview, and I just want to read this thing that was written by a former guest. Her name is Colegio bozo. And she's in the movie the S word, which is about. Suicide and suicide survivors, and she wrote this thing that is just so beautiful. I wanted to read it, and it's an excerpt from book that she and some other people are putting together on she's a co editor of it. It's called we'd been too patient in theology of voices from radical mental health, and that's supposed to be out in the summer of twenty nineteen from North Atlantic books through penguin Random House and. The piece she wrote is called. She wasn't crazy. And it goes is that we're supposed to say. And it goes a little something. Like this goes, she wasn't crazy, but the world had a way of making her feel so you try being a black Goth girl in Stone Mountain, Georgia, she liked vampires and Morrissey and how the darkness wrapped around her like a warm familiar blanket. She was always too sensitive and reactive felt every feeling at high voltage. She wasn't crazy. But she said, whatever the fuck she wanted spilled words spilled words from her lips like red wine on the white carpets. She left many stains. They called her crazy k and it stuck she never slept. She crawled up fire escapes to hang off the edge longingly looking down she flirted with death. She wanted to know if she let go if she would be free. She imagined the place where all people loved her. She wasn't crazy. But when grandma the ultimate matriarch who kissed her thick I lined. Case. And marveled at her choice of combat boots with fish nets died the darkness welled up and started choking her. She wanted to stop the world and get off when the world ends. But you're still alive. There is something crazy about that. She was thirteen when she wrote her first suicide note, it was on a post it. She wasn't crazy. But succinct as fuck she wasn't crazy. Just honest. She didn't want to live. She got messy, and a friend found the note and called her mom, all her mom could say is why why why why why baby the words left her was she crazy, but she didn't feel crazy. They stripped her down like an animal took her shoelaces put her on suicide watch while she squirmed on an uncomfortable cop. She felt crazy then the psych ward for kids smelled like every hospital bleach with the stench of death and disappointment even in this place. There was psych ward hierarchy they separated the kids the frail looking teens never made eye contact..

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"colegio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He has been. He's given me his time, his wisdom. You know, he's, he's a very thoughtful. Yeah, his agent and he's, he's a, he's a very strategic thinker and I, you know, sometimes I, you know, get too caught up in the emotion of things and so to have an influence like Kobe who could kind of lay things out in a way of, you know, what is the goal that you're trying to accomplish? Jeannie will then here's how you have to look at it. You have to create a path you have to, you know, and, and you know you have the heart to do that. Do you have? Do you have what it takes. To to, you know, make things the way you want them to be because that sometimes takes bravery and guts and courage. And I think that you know, that conversation really inspired me. And I think that's where why he sent me that game of thrones me because exactly, can you describe it what it just, you know, the character that they call the mother of dragons. Cluelessly think you're the Colegio the Lakers that that I had to to learn to be that that I had to, you know, take control and and and define what it was that I wanted to accomplish. And and I wrote back to him when he sent that to me, I said that you allowed me to see what I couldn't and in terms of taking control of that that he knew he knew. Yeah, yeah. That I, that I would make tough decisions because it involves family and and sometimes it's hard to make a business decision that you know is is you know family. It's just different and you know, he he, you know, he was happy for me and he was happy to see because he knew I could do it and he's, you know, a father of three daughters, and he's very much about empowering his his daughters and the situation that you set up for the team and pave the road for the Broncos in here. And there's so many people in this town that think that he's now wanna talk about game of thrones, I guess, realm. Treading on on the turf LeBron treading on Kobe's turf here, where where do you stand on this subject of treading on Kobe's turf with him coming here? Well, I think that anybody that would you know any Laker fan. Like they're not Laker fans if they're not happy about the LeBron joining the team. So you know, there was some unrest and some uneasiness, and I just think those are troublemakers that that you know, they, they don't get it. I think Los Angeles is going to be very proud of the way that LeBron will represent the Lakers team and they're gonna fall in love with him too. So what's more of a truthful, rumor Kobe's non happy about the Broncos. That's where Kobe would be interested in coming out of retirement to play with liberal. I'm always constantly trying to get Kobe to get more involved. He's got so many other projects aren't always got an Oscar. He's like so creative and he's got so many different things. He knows he knows how much I need him and how how much is support means to me, he always has an open door to to anything that he wants to do with the Lakers. Luding coming back on the floor. I mean, you know, I think his his wife NASA would kill me, but you know, I mean, like I said, Coby Coby can do anything in my book aren't let's take a sixty. Second break comeback. We have game called start bench cut. Here we give you choice of three. We gotta start one bench wanted cut one. Some interesting aspects there, and I do want hit a little bit on Lonzo ball and his future with this team. That's sixty seconds. Jeanie Buss back. You're on the rich Eisen show. Okay, this is the thirty second commercial and I'm gonna throw a lot of numbers at you, but please stay with me and just fifteen minutes..

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"colegio" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"I've been sexually harassed more recently in my career and I didn't do anything about it because it was never as bad as it was. When I was a young woman working in restaurants, which means our industry normalizes harassment, not just for restaurants, but frankly, for the whole economy. It's hard to be amazing and Michael, Ian black one subject we've talked a lot about on this show is food, and we've had some amazing celebrity chefs in restaurant tours, like Tom Colegio garden, GRE dealer Rentis, and I love talking about food and I love eating out. I'm not alone Americans eat out more than any other nation on earth, but we know surprisingly little about the people behind the scenes at those fabulous restaurants and all those other less than fabulous restaurants out there. The olive gardens, the computers, the neighborhood Mexican joint. What are the lives of restaurant workers like my guest today, Sarah j and has devoted her career to improving the lives of those restaurant workers. She's the co, founder and president of rock restaurant opportunity center United, which has raised the consciousnesses I, it's a hard for me to say, but you know what I mean? Of millions of diners and restaurant owners through legislative initiatives and conversations. She's the author of two books. Her latest is forked a new standard for American dining in two thousand fourteen President. Obama named her a champion for change, and she was also Amy Poehler state to the Golden Globes this year, which is pretty cool. Sarah, j. Roman, welcome to how to be amazing. Thank you. It's great to be here. I want to start with just a basic and probably a really dumb question, but what does it mean to be an activist as a job? Wow. As a job. You know, there are so many people doing activism in so many different ways. I think for me what it means to do this work fulltime is to dedicate your life to the betterment of others. Your.

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"colegio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And now with the forecast is a glorious summers afternoon it's going to be absolutely gorgeous we get to eighty seven degrees we've got just a little wind out there we've got a uv index of nine and the pollen count is modern for grasses a great summer's night tonight the low is going to be right around seventy tomorrow's hotter we get to ninety two it'll be hazy hot and humid tomorrow we're looking at a low of about seventy five now for thursday looking at sunshine high is going to be around eighty seven we'll have more on the same on friday afternoon this seventy seven wabc where do your comes to talk about my former cheat show rudy giuliani remember he was mayor and he was prepared to run and the i would say the heavyweight championship of the world in terms of us senate candidate at that time there was hillary rodham clinton who came in with the hillbillies on the back of a pickup chuck from little rock arkansas and housed the democratic party away from the komo's and set up the love shack and chaff cohen said she wanted to run for the seat being vacated by daniel patrick moynihan drunk is his skunk by twelve noon and rudy was gonna win against it then he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and he had to step aside for rick colegio that's right rick lazio because he was lazy in that run rick lazio and remember rudy went to all kinds of trials and tribulations he got a second opinion third opinion and he was smart enough not to get that client taken out of control so much of what does meantime i was at dome cough i was out a even take my only vice i didn't get a second opinion and that robotic surgeon took out that clan then ended up making me incontinent impotent and having a width depends snipers now did they tell you that before surgery mostly not and if you're thinking oh chemotherapy you'll do it will not get to win and a half inch of taking a dirt path that's what you must see dr gill liederman he does not recommend surgery or or chemotherapy in fact he was the first bring over noninvasive stereo tactic body radio surgery to america month of sundays ago that means there is absolutely no cutting bleeding anesthesia hospitalization why not take a sit down with dr gill at two one two choices one two choices he takes most insurances medicare medicaid he seeks he sees his patients from consultations at thirty eight.

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"colegio" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on KGO 810

"The next generation of colegio eight ten it is eight hundred two to five fifty two is our number that was interesting wasn't it i think so yeah yeah i mean i get back i mean when you look at the problem how do you not see right i mean i understand the people that say i want more time to study the potential everything has unintended consequence right but but the problem is running out of time we're running out of time we've had has gone so it's actually absurd it's gone so long it's absurd and when the medical community comes radical take as we should do and they go weedy more time it's it's not a subtle it's only obscure cancer that you know has lots of different options for treatment it's exquisitely obvious what needs to be done it's it's not something subtle and it just and it's very simple and just help us take care of the problem that's all that's all we just gotta start chipping away at it as it is we are paralyzed we're able to do anything because of stupid laws that hurt people my understanding was laws supposed to help people aren't they last i checked i don't know so anyway we got a lot of talk about in the afternoons make we'll bring westwood one news reporter in here news contributor clayton neville he is going to report to us whereas store here it is a white fifty seven white supremacist gang members were charged in north texas for drug trafficking kidnapping and conspiracy hold on let me skinheads traffic drugs you're kidding me shocking shocking everybody trafficks drugs there's it's not a racial thing well skinheads have sort of a thing for math and things like that and the you know that's where people go to buy their mess sometimes eight hundred two two two five to to to give report on that i white supremacist daytime for them and then the the conde tweets did you away what were you doing out here anyway i was shooting his show called abuse of power true crime show that comes out this month.

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"colegio" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Welcome back to the town i'll review i'm hugh hewitt last week in the movie paul the apostle of christ opened in theaters nationwide the film stars jim colegio playing the role of luke a contemporary of jesus follower jesus in his own life and he is passionate about his fate he joined salem host mike gallagher you know i i read about your work and i know you're you're the tremendous actor and of course i saw this week again on the big screen and paul apostle of christ but plane a role like luke is important to you isn't it and i and i hope you don't mind sharing your reason for choosing these kinds of roles during the course of your tremendous career when mel gibson i went and did passionate of christ there was never anything mentioned about safespace space we just went out and made it a legitimate movie about something that really happened and the controversy not much has changed in two thousand years jesus is more controversial now than he's ever been i see it with christians being handed over we have mass communications and you never hear anything about christians being crucified caldeans syrians last good friday by isis you don't hear anything about that and i just thought that you know we're cohabitating now with evil were totally fine with abortion or we're just like you know let somebody else take take care of it and i never saw myself as a person that was ever gonna sit there and go along with this my rent a lot of stuff about by way of analogy about the third reich what they did on the night of kristallnacht that was one germany lost its innocence the night of the broken glass and it's basically the conversation in cafes the next day were you know i personally wouldn't kill jill but because i'm afraid for my own life you know but if you want to you go ahead and do that and and and so this where do you hear that argument all the time well you hear it with i you know i'm personally against abortion but if you wanna go ahead and do it but at the tune of forty five million in the world population the united states that killed over one point two million i.

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"colegio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The over grows of how long derek is out they built this football team the right way they have the highest amount of cat dollars allocated the law offensive line in the national football league that is how you want it those guys especially the interior three rodney hudson colegio similarly gave jackson has to dominate now that has to be they're calling card peace mode has to be their mantra it has to be the way they play khalil mack has the play out of his mind karljosef has to be in the back end just absolutely intimidating people and complementing football has to be the name of the game if you don't play that way if this opens the wind continues to get stuff than they become stagnant what they have the past two weeks hits over if derek is out to extend extended period of time in over the past two weeks there 'cause it looks like their key something has seemed off with this football team were the first two weeks of the season were gone breeders will be there they'll be one of the teams pipe in the afc championship game in the past two weeks you couldn't have said that before you got hurt so this is a team that needs the part we we capture is identity and that starts with those three nasty jokers on the inside of that opens a line they have to dominate because if they don't it is over let's take a look at the bears when you look at the decision made to go to mr bisky away from my clinton aide do you think it's the right decision and be do you think the decision was made because of what's going on in the houston and also the public sentiment hey why don't you play the rookie i think it's the right decision i think without a doubt they're looking at what's going on in houston and on can we get a little bit of something like that which is a quarterback who has a lot of the same skill sets as far as changing the.

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"colegio" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"colegio" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"He basically blamed toothpaste i believe it was sensitive nine four he's alcohol content that was she shown on an alcohol screening it wasn't a breathalyser at that point in time anthony colegio had been arrested had pled guilty and basically was going to be serving his time in his house he decided at is the judge allowed him to serve six months on parole in his head is opposed to going to prison so long as heat at main are basically kept away from the booze he at registered on that alcohol screening tests ten blame dead toothpaste south and this is attested the had in his house was somebody had at his house that he had to go hit in the mornings and so i think this is the deal i think it wise sporadic shaddix so i think the idea was he didn't know in this is coming which i think was important right the idea is a guy if you drink at all in this sixmonth period you're going to go to jail so and you don't know when these are gonna come more going to be doing this randomly so even then unfortunately he could not stay away from the alcohol long enough and that's i mean that's that's when when you realise he got a problem but even then for example eighteen so the guy was actually paroled after six months he was he was sentenced after he failed that he blamed toothpaste big surprise it didn't work and he still ended up getting i'm sentenced to time in prison he was sentenced to a year in prison at four a eight two thousand nine hit and run accident where he injured a little kid and basically the one point he was going to be paroled lake roughly three months into his sentence he wasn't paroled at that point in time because he told he told the board that he did drink a little bit too much but he wasn't an alcoholic i think he.

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