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"couple fences" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"And, uh and so, um, from there, I ended up, um, started working for a couple fence companies. Um, Where's the boys here? I want to get to all that. But I don't want to go too quickly past That that first part I mean, you said You developed a method diction and you were homeless on Colfax. And you said it was rough. Um, which is probably the understatement of the century, especially coming from as you described Oh, what people might think of, as sort of an American dream kind of life, a successful business and wife and kids and everything going well and then it all it all falls apart. I'm curious at the time, especially Because you ascribe So much of how you came out of that and recovered and got back to being or building toward success in business. You describe a lot of that to to God, your faith and all that at the time when things were falling apart. And as someone who clearly you've believed in God for a long time. You didn't just find God after all this, right? Uh What did you blame for that? Did you just blame you? How did you think about How did you not blame God for some of it? You know, I'm not a very religious person. So pardon if I ask dumb questions? No, that that's fair. Um, you know, in fact, looking back at it now I see it differently, But at the time I did blame God I was I was upset. I was mad, I said. God, I serve you with all my heart and you're not going to fix this. I didn't believe in divorce, so I didn't feel like that was an option. I've learned that just because you don't believe in. It doesn't mean it can't happen to you. Um and therefore I was mad at God, I didn't talk to God for two years. I just got upset and went back to this life. I forgot and just dove myself deeper into bondage, you know, and into this addiction, And I think I showed you the track marks on my arm originally like and I got I got it in. That's for sure. I mean, you can see him still were. The tattoos didn't cover them. But and that's from heroin from meth. Oh, injecting meth. Yeah, okay. And so, um, man, And when you say it's an understatement of the year, you're right. Like I got to minister to a kid on the streets today outside of my gym, and I got to talk with him. He's homeless, and, uh, Just remember what it was, like. People just despise you People look at you like you're a problem like you're bothering them, And you might have a good heart like I have, but people just look at you and it's you carry so much shame because of the addiction, right? You carry so much shame because you lack purpose. You lack destiny. Everything is being stripped from you and I feel like that's what the devil wants you to do is is wants to shame You wants you to make you feel like that, and that's how I felt. And it was hard because no matter where you went, like you can see a drug addict to, uh, severe drug addict is pretty clear to anybody. Just by looking at them or seeing how they live their life or wandering around. And Yeah, it was. It was rough. I can remember waking up on the streets like off a cold facts, um, waking up and it already be hot and you're hungry and you don't have any place to shower and you don't have anywhere to go. And you just want to get somewhere where it's kind of cool. But everywhere you go, people just kind of despise you and look at you kind of crazy and most of people in my life. There's a few people in my life that I'm thankful for that They never gave up on me, no matter what season of my life, whether I was doing Good or I was doing bad. Um, but at that time, um you just feel feel really alienated, and, um, it's really easy to stay in that arena because You can have, um, interaction with other people that have the same addictions and whatever else, but I mean, it's kind of all you know at that time, but sometimes you just need to change and you need a second chance, and that's what I'm thankful for a victory outreach recovery homes for him so One last comment, and then we're going to talk about your way back up. All right, um, and by the way, joining me in studio if you're just joining the show, Sean Beard is the proprietor, the owner of Integrity fencing company, and I found him when I was searching for a fencing company and they built my fence and did it. Tremendous job, and then I ended up getting into this conversation was shown that led to today's conversation. I thought the comment you made about how people look at homeless is interesting, and I also think you touched on an important Point of differentiation. There are Lot of homeless who have drug issues and mental health issues. There's some homeless and I think it's more common now in the age of recreational marijuana, and so on. Then let's say 10 years ago who are relatively young people who are basically okay and just choosing to be home. Listen, they decided to make a living because they're going to go stand on that corner and just ask people for money. And Christian and I were driving home the other day. There was a guy at the highway off ramp. Who was Like pawing at his face and clearly serious drug issue. I felt terrible for the guy terrible. A few minutes later, we drive by another person. Looks like he's 23 got some fancy Nikes on Looks fine. You know, you can't really tell by looking..
"couple fences" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"couple fences" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Find golf tomorrow on CBS. It's time for golf. Second major, the PGA Championship. There are several compelling storylines going, including Colin Morikawa, trying to repeat last year's When, while plenty of other big names look to capture their first Wanamaker Trophy live coverage of the PGA Championship against tomorrow, What a stir in 10 Pacific only on You lose. How have we made it? This far? Five shows in the books this week almost will do Target demo Friday. Coming up here in about 15 minutes from now. Little programming note. Next week. Morass has to pay off. Not one but two bets. So make sure you were locked in not only to this show, but also on a daily basis, but also to our social media channels that you can see the video of both. First up. Morales is going to need to don a piggy nose. And a piggy tail. And Have a big bowl of pudding with bacon in it. Well, the making. And sloth around that little face in that bowl of piggy Do do that chocolate pudding. Get that bacon bobbing for bacon because the Yankees will not wake up tomorrow. With one of the top three records in baseball like he promised last week when he went double or nothing. That's the first thing Guessing Monday or Tuesday, depending on when you get that pig nose, a pigtail in. Have you ordered those yet? I have. I'm hoping for Tuesday because that is still a day where Daniel was working from home is on Tuesdays. So it might be a little more flexible for her to get ready and pulled my tail and whatnot. I could tell you Taylor's very available next week. Not a lot of plans. Okay, good. No. The scheduling conflicts with Taylor. No, she should be available. So they're gonna pull more. As is tail as he's going to look like a pig than dip his face into a big bowl of chocolate pudding. The good news is while you're gonna be publicly humiliated, you do get to eat chocolate pudding and bacon for breakfast. Yeah. I mean, that's a definite positive because that's something I may have eaten anyway for breakfast, so Now on Thursday after the show This is gonna be a big week because we're going to pay off the Patriots bet as well. So last year football season in August, Morales claimed that the Patriots were gonna have one of the worst records and football. Perhaps the number one pick overall. I absolutely declined. I said, in a way that's not true. He said. Yes, let's put something on it. And so on Thursday, I get to throw dodge balls at him from five yards away. And I also get to dump clam chowder on his head. New England Clam chowder is he wears a colonialist outfit like a patriot. That's gonna happen on Thursday after the show, which means I'm doing the show with more as from his studios. On Thursday morning. Now are they going to be at your sister's at your in laws at your own house? Where we doing this on Thursday? Thean walls are out. Thank you. They had a great time. The echo was brutal. I have now fully moved into the good vibes only studio here at my sister's house. So we are more than welcome to do it here. There's also the possibility we want to take this outdoors. We could do the show from Bob's bar. Whatever you want. We have the capabilities to do either. There's plenty of chords to go around. Well, I want to do it from Bob's Bar. If we have the ability to do it from Bob's bar, I want to do Thursday morning show from Bob's Bar. I have 100 ft. Ethernet cord that goes right from the router right through the back of the house up to the bar. I've already tested to make sure we have that capability. We do have the capability to do it from the bar. Hot so dangerous, though, because one thing goes wrong, and then you and I are stuck outdoors in your dad's lawn. Without anybody to host the show. What could go wrong? It's just what's the same wire that I'm using my sister's house? Okay, you're on record. Yeah, I like Unless somebody comes by and cuts, the cord and half it's like that has nothing to do with it. The routers there. We can dial in from over there. Abby DEA. They do have Internet My parents aren't in the arcade. Yeah, absolutely. And by the way, if something did go Arc, what's the arcades? If my sister did go wrong, bogus. Hang in. There were two minutes of a walk down to my sisters with studio I'm doing now. All right. Okay, so we're close to the backup studio. I'll even leave a table set up in my sister's house of something went wrong. Oh, that's right, because your sister pulled a U and moved into a house in the same block. She grew up in Yeah, well, yes, and even closer than my apartment, my apartment with six houses my sister's three houses. I could look out a window to the right of me and see Bob's bar like I could see it. It's over a couple fences right here. It's a compound here. Well, so is I thought it was virtually impossible, literally impossible. That anybody could move closer to their parents after moving out of the house than you, But your sister found a way she split the difference from six houses to three houses away from where you guys grew up. Yes, so much Shou D a that she doesn't much closet space left. I am living and sleeping on my sister's with my clothes are at my parents house. That's how close I am the back and forth. So you get up. You wake up alarm goes off dark 30 Brush A T. You wash your face. You walk three doors down to your parent's house to get dressed in your pajamas. You then have your clothes on. He walked back to the studio at your sister's house. Well, I lay my clothes out the night before. I'm not. I'm not going with the shower towel down, waddling down the block, So no e have to choose the clothes the night before, and I have them next to my bed. That's what that's the plan right now. So here's what I want to do. I want to do this show from Bob's Bar on Thursday morning, and then I want to give it some time before bogus wraps up his shift. After writer and half of Rome and after bloody gets off his shift. And I want them to have some time to come over and then when they're coming over, maybe we'll get lunch or something like that. And then Little later on in the afternoon slash evening when the crowd starts gathering at Bob's Bar for Happy Hour, which we know is going to happen. There's just it's like You leave out, you know a hamburger and there's flies that come to it..
"couple fences" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"My family's Valance in the morning. We're watching the stolen U Haul pursuit That's on the 91 westbound before Bellflower right now, the truck is now on fire. Because the Spike strip we have much people texting. They saw the truck hit the Spike Strip. The wheels are all gone. It's on fire on the right, Pastor said. Will he still traveling fast? This is obviously not a very dangerous situation. Police air back significantly so they don't get hurt. And the roads like they might have been cleared to the exit. Is he often this side over there? Part of KT? L A for a second here turned that money coming up with the bottom of the off ramp here shortly here, That's gonna be Bellflower Boulevard. Let's see what? Yes, we exit the freeway Bellflower Boulevard. Try to negotiate now. Surface streets with no tires. Ah, huge U Haul truck in a trailer behind it Now on Bellflower Boulevard. We did get attacks. Somebody said I passed that on the 91. He was going so right because the Spike Strip pop the front tire, So people are seeing this firsthand. Yes, he was riding the rims a ton of smoke behind this truck. And it looks like to me like the fire is getting into the engine department. Oh, my God! Oh, my gosh. Oh, he's got to get out of the vehicle. He's getting out. He's getting out. He's making a run for it s Oh, that's a foot pursuit. The police will be on top of all the choppers in there. No, it's an eye hall. Oh, he's got some bags. You chuck the bag over the fence. He hopped the fence. He lost his. She's putting the shoe back on. Pan started fall office banter back on. He's got the bag. Take your Amanpour's What did that guy just say? No, if you really fall. Is he okay? Yeah. You give something a shoes in his pants. I've been there with the pants when you try and jump some defensive ball. That's that's dangerous. He's actually hot in the wall into what could be a residential area of apartment complexes. He's in there now. Yeah, the vehicle stopped. So now is in between buildings and don't see officers on the other side. We're watching now on KT l A watching the sky five reporting south of your pretty dope When I was with the follow up to these things once they're over. Why you hall? Where did you get it? Right. Where was he going? Right. They never do press conferences like that. I guess. Hopefully this ends peacefully. They take the gentleman in the custody and stuff. I'm hoping that'll be the case. But all the helicopters start to pull out wide a bit, too. When the officers start getting closer, obviously, for Obvious reasons for Yeah, man. That thing was on fire. What happened was the flames just sort of ripping through the right hand side of the passenger compartment and into the engine block, then filled the entire compartment. Thick black smoke. The guy in the U haul, had no choice but to get out of the U haul, and he bailed on foot and hopped a couple fences. He's into what could be an apartment complex area to solve a Bellflower Boulevard right now on, there's there's looks like, Yeah, apartments there and stuff. Helicopter guys lost him. He can't find him now, but they'll just start doing door to door searches. If he gets into these buildings there and stuff, So obviously if you in that area stand in the area, listen to the incredible play by play on one of 43, my FM known for following the U haul pursuits. We'll check back in a second. We gotta do first sip, But now we're kind of backed up in time. I had a really good first sip What he say, Joe. Just the U haul. You just totally engulfed in flames. Yeah. Fire department called for that. So I was going to do first sip here, but we're backed up in time and I had a special first sip. I guess I'll save it for tomorrow. Just make sure you tune in this time tomorrow but earlier that forgiveness and how important.
"couple fences" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"The pursued and four bystanders at CPD engages in hundreds of foot pursuits annually and many every single day in a few minutes, we'll hear from a criminologist in Dallas, Texas, that That city developed new foot chase policies under the leadership of David Brown, who now leads the Chicago Police Department. But first news rat Chou Nu's right, Choudhry joins us Now on the line. She's the legal director at the A. C l U of Illinois. I news read Welcome. Hi. Thanks for having me. His right foot chases are pretty common here in Chicago. You know, officers engage in about seven of them per day as you heard the mayor point out, but but there is no formal policy. What's going on. Well, we are curious as to why there's no formal policy, given that community organizations in the city of Chicago, representing some of the people most impacted by police violence have been calling for a policy for years. This is a central issue in the consent decree governing systemic reform of the Chicago police. And as you mentioned earlier, the U. S. Department of Justice says report Back in 2017. Found that foot pursuits were common and dangerous in this city, and the consent decree includes data collection and other requirements related to foot pursuits precisely because it is such a dangerous tactic. And in that context, community organizations have been asking for this policy for years, and it did not need to result in the death and killing of a 13 year old boy. For the city to realize this as well. You mentioned the danger behind this tactic. Why? Why are they considered so dangerous? Who stands to lose? Well, I think it from our threshold matter. Foot pursuits aren't even always necessary as DOJ recognized, And when you look at a foot pursuit, you have officers with adrenaline running through their systems chasing after someone they believe to be a suspect of unlawful activity, and that can occur in crowded places in at night, when it's difficult to see there could be threats not just to the officer, but to the person they're following, as well as to buy standards. So this is why foot pursuits are known to be common at common and dangerous. And as you mentioned, the other cities have have reformed this policy. It has been really shocking and curious that the city has taken so long to realize this Not just because community organizations have been asking for this for years, but because the independent monitor here in the city of Chicago also recommended a foot pursuit policy. Yet none was on the books when this killing happened. Right. Chicago Police issued a foot pursuit training bulletin that was updated last year. What does that include? Well. The training bulletin, according to the CPD itself is different from a policy. Ah policy establishes restrictions on 18 police tactic can be used. It's supposed to guide officers, and it's accompanied by much more extensive and in depth training that's done on an annual basis. We believe a training bulletin includes some recommendations about best practices some statements from other jurisdictions, but it's not a policy that Is binding. It's not something that restricts the use of the tactic, and that's critically what was missing here. The training bulletin doesn't tell officers when it's too dangerous to engage in a foot pursuit. And it's not doesn't include a whole host of recommendations that the coalition that enforces the Chicago police consent decree has made for years. The news, right? Those who oppose reform they're going to point to the fact that officers And these moments that they're forced to make split second decisions when it comes to the use of deadly force here, eh? So how do you respond to that? Well, officers are often required to use their professional judgment and training and making tough decisions. What we see in Chicago, however, is a pattern and that pattern is one of deadly force being used in the context of foot pursuits. So let's take a step back and look at what the independent monitor found here in this last monitoring. Period, which was from March to December of last year. The monitors team analyzed records of foot pursuits and found it that there wasn't an increase of more than double. That the incidents involving deadly force so what that means as Chicago police more recently, we're using foot pursuits in twice more than twice the amount of number of incidents as they were before, so we're seeing Increases in the use of deadly force in foot pursuit at precisely the time when the Chicago police is supposed to be reforming the use of force after exposure of using force disproportionately and excessively against communities of color and people with disabilities. Do we know what was driving the uptick? We don't and I think it's probably linked to the fact that there isn't clear guidance on the ground. And that is what is missing in Chicago. Well, we've talked about the other cities. You and I have both mentioned Dallas currently having a foot chase policy. Who else Who's doing it right. You stride And what do you think that we can learn from them around this issue? There are bits of policies and other jurisdictions. They're doing certain things right in this area. And so Austin, Santa Monica are two cities as well. That had elements of their foot pursuit policy that Chicago to take a really close look at and they think the basic The basic underlying issue is that even once a policies adopted that policy needs to be developed with the engagement of Chicago's communities that are most impacted, and that's what Coalition enforcing the Chicago police consent decree was asking for and would say, Hey, CPD come to the table and talk to us about the pursuit because we have insight to offer here to make sure that this policy is really advancing community safety. And and making sure that we as people in communities impacted by police. Violence also have a say in what safety looks like, I think also, it's important to underscore that once a policy is put on paper training really matters, and so does by in one of the things the independent monitor found in her report is that even with the existing training bulletin, which we don't believe goes far enough. There was a lack of buying amongst officers, especially officers who had been on the force the longest and so even with Policy. There's a lot more work that needs to be done to change the culture of CPD. The mayor says that she wants this formal policy in place by this summer. Anything specific you're looking for as they work to implement this. We were looking for that community and put front and center and early in this process. We believe that this is indeed urgent. But community organizations have been asking for meetings about this policy and to actually have a say in what the policy is forever. And so we shouldn't ignore those communities at this time when the policy needs to be urgently negotiated and adopted by the city. And I think also, we want to make sure that this policy makes clear that officers who decide in those split second moments not to engage in a foot pursuit are not going to be disciplined or criticized for making that judgment that a foot pursuit is simply too dangerous in that context. It's new threat. Choudhry legal director at the A. C L U of Illinois. We've been talking about the push for Chicago to adopt a new foot pursuit policy in the wake of Adam Toledo's shooting. This red. Thanks so much for talking with us. Thanks for having me. I want to turn now to Professor Timothy Bray. He is director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas. Hi, Professor. Welcome to reset. All right. Thanks for having me. Dallas updated its foot pursuit policy back in 2012, after what's now referred to as the Dixons Circle incident. Can you tell us what that is? Sure, so the different circle incident was a call that came into the police department on 911. It was a reported kidnapping. It was later determined to be a hoax when the officers arrived at the House. They knocked on the door came in. The young man who was eventually shot fled upon seeing the police. Actually, that many of the folks in the house fled. Some of them were seeing to pick up weapons. They ran out the door, Lazy foot pursuit ensued. On Gwen, the officer, You know it had jumped a couple fences by the time he caught up with the suspect he shot him believing he was reaching for a gun. He was later found to be unarmed. And in the wake of that, and public hue and outcry because of this shooting of an unarmed, defenseless young man. The police department implemented a foot patrol policy that you know, just his, Nusrat pointed out. It's extremely important because policy sets expectation. This policy laid out the expectation that officers need to use discretion and weigh the circumstances before deciding to engage in a foot pursuit in that policy stood Until 2015. It was tweaked a bit, but it still stands today. As we mentioned the Police chief at the time in Dallas was are now Police Superintendent David Brown talk more about his response to the incident..
"couple fences" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona
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"couple fences" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"For it a bit we did not pay much attention to the shooting in Pensacola I was on Fridays during the war finished radiothon and the media hasn't covered it since then because it was a Saudi who did it and we don't have the Saudis and we're so worried about Islamophobia that we can't ever talk about you know shootings are that Muslims do which is a shame because there were three Americans were killed one Caleb first name Joshua goes by Caleb nine eleven happened when I was in grade school he wanted to go in the military since he was five years old as is blood to serve he was a young boy he's playing with his friends out back and here's some German shepherd dog like way down crying for help we got caught up with a rope around its neck and Kayla just went sprinting jumped over a couple fences ran cut the dog was new pretty much right then his older brother said today is the worst day of my life my younger brother gave his life for his country to senseless shooting he saved countless lives with his own after being shot multiple times a minute outside told the first responder team where the shooter was in the details were invaluable he died a hero and we are beyond proud but there's a hole in our hearts that can never be filled just wish I could talk to him one more time a wrestling one more time even though we could probably take me now yeah parents said he was willing to give his life for his country DOT obviously about it talked about it and he was willing to go anywhere to fight for America it is never thought he'd die in Florida here's his dad on what happened that day he was standing watch.
"couple fences" Discussed on Retropod
"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen. Walled with Retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered back in the Mid Nineteen Ninety S. A Grad student named named Leroy began working on his dissertation at the University of California Davis. I was mechanical engineer. Who did not really he likes reading but in doing the research he found himself having a ball? I was loving it because I would find things I'm was going. This is amazing. This story has to go into the dissertation. The title always project. It was a typically academic mouthful aerodynamics anemic of the curve ball an investigation of the effects of angular velocity on baseball trajectories. That's right all the ways. In hopes hopes of one day developing innovative batting practice. Machines was studying the physics of the pitch that has frustrated hitters since baseball's earliest days in the eighteen hundreds. But here's the thing the reason all the ways was having so much fun. Well it's because he stumbled upon story story after story of fans journalists and even physicists disputing whether a baseball could actually curve in in baseball terms it was the equivalent of arguing that the earth is flat. It took nearly as long to sort out. I don't think we'll ever have debates debates. The Baseball Hall of fame says the first player to throw a curveball was a fellow in the eighteen sixties named Candy Andy Cummings Cummings played for the Excelsior Baseball Club in Brooklyn but he grew up in Massachusetts and it was there as a teenager. The curveball Lightbulb went off he was walking down the beach and picking up clam shells and making the clam shells curve. He thought thought. Wouldn't it be cool if I could do make a baseball curve. The same way coming tinkered with grips for a few years and then in eighteen sixty seven started throwing curveballs during games. The first time against Harvard when a batter struck the ball it seemed to go about a foot beyond the end of his stick. Cummings later recalled in a letter I tried again with the same result and then I realized that I had succeeded at last but those who weren't at the Games and could not see it. They doubted as always discovered during the early days of his research. He had come across references to a debate in the the Cincinnati enquirer about curve balls but newspaper archives weren't online yet and he hadn't found proof then he took a trip to cooperstown on New York. Hallowed ground for baseball fans and I went to the baseball hall of fame and they have a beautiful research library and ask them for their file on and on curve balls and they gave me this file. And I think the second paper I picked up was a photocopy of the eight hundred seventy seven Cincinnati article on. I almost fainted. The I call it the first debate of the KIRPAL. The clipping was actually letters to the editor by two physics professors. Apparently at the behest of editor's trying to induce a spirited and entertaining debate for readers nineteenth century click one. The professor said Yes curveballs possible. Baseball's rotated and altering rotations produce different movements. The other was skeptical and wrote it is not only theoretically but practically impossible for any such impetus to be conveyed to a moving body as would be required required to perform the action supposed now. It was game on quite literally. Somehow it was decided that an an upcoming game in Cincinnati between the hometown reds and the Boston red caps would be stopped in the second inning and the pitchers would take part in an experiment. Fairmont to as the paper put it knock all philosophical arguments higher than Beecher's life of Christ and settle the question beyond a certainty. All the ways described the test with drawings in this dissertation and down the first base foul line the the erected a couple fences and they put a post at a one end of it and the post met that a pitcher cannot reach across the foul line to throw a ball otherwise you hit the post and hurt his arm and so the concept was he would throw a curveball that started on one inside the foul line and then curved around two fences that they had set up the fences they were actually solid so there would be no question about wind wind or optical illusions. Well wouldn't you know it. The balls curved and the Cincinnati Inquirer wrote you know after that that everybody was extremely satisfied and so on and if story no not even close the debate continued. You'd on and off for decades always found a nineteen forty one letter to the editor in The New Yorker that might in retrospect have been a parody on the debates raging reaching in newspapers. It read. Now I'll tell you something boy noman alive no man has ever lived is throwing the Kirpal you can't be done and and that's the first line on my dissertation so it's a line. I remember the letter as well as photo. Essays on the Curve Ball in life magazine inspired more tests an experiments none other than eager. Sikorsky a pioneer in the development of the helicopter was enlisted in one thousand nine hundred forty nine by some baseball ball fans who also happen to be United Airlines Executives Sikorsky and his engineers used a wind tunnel and some fancy scientific typic- instruments to confirm once again that baseball's could very much her eventually televisions came into homes fans. Everywhere could now see the magic for themselves ultimately putting to rest finally and forever this very strange debate as for all the ways. His dissertation has become a cult. Object to baseball fans disgust and online chat rooms and it stack conventions and his research along with other historical tidbits and data. He turned up is now in the baseball hall of fame. A fact that kind of blows his mind give any never made it past literally. I'm Mike Rosen walled. Thanks for listening. SNING for more forgotten. Stories from history. Visit Washington Post Dot com slash retro pod..
"couple fences" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Hello everybody welcome back. It is the Latini rock and roll circus. My Name is Lou Lombardi Aka Lou Dini and sitting next to me tonight. The CO pilot share is the lovely and talented. Miss Lily be six. Oh La La Bien say I know I know a couple. A couple of couples fencing anyways. Lucchini rock and roll circus. Dot Com is the website. Please check back off and lots of cool. Oh podcasts therefore you doing. I'm doing a weekly feature now. I'm going to keep it going as long as people want to hear it. We're doing a feature on lyrics so each week. I do lyric talk. And last week's was as clean iron maiden song and This week I explored Bohemian. RHAPSODY so I don't believe that is up Bohemia wraps up just yet but it will be showing me by the time this comes up to So shout out to that Lucchini rock and roll circus dot com. Some more shots. I WANNA give a shout out to rock rage. Radio Rock Ridge radio DOT COM download. 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She was helping me with the bartender so it was a little easier. It wasn't this bad. She was going to the front. I was going to the back and we were tag teaming from. Yeah I got you. And then yesterday I got to see Nile which is a heavy. He met a band and they were great. However the winners for my evening where the opening band terrorized who has pete sandoval from Morbid Angel Drumming for them so they were pretty awesome? Not Not terrify terrorize her shoes. Because I thought that clown you're like I would have peed my pants. No pants and so. And then this week I'll be seeing journey tribute and Gerbils on Friday. which which during Trivia does that? I don't know if I'm saying it right but it's escape but it's spelled with all okay. Okay because there's bond journey no no there's actually two journeys there's one in Florida in one. Here they were affiliated alleviated split and created two bands but this is a completely different one. I think they're from Ohio. To bands are better than one legit pleasure triple the fun so good times okay. Sounds like a good time. I what did I just I Lillian. V6 and I hung out a little bit on Friday night until we were both passing out because because we had drank too much and too sat and watched like tons of music videos and music. I mean what we could have just recorded. That would have been tonight. Show right I I do and I quickly remind people since. We don't have any watchers on the Rock Ridge Group. Paid right now if you're watching from a shared page try to go over there commenting because I can't see anything if you're commenting on lose pager major my major another page go to the page. Yeah trying to share. I'm trying to put it out there everywhere for for all y'all so you guys can can can see it so if you commenting commenting like we're going to try to songs playing take a quick look and see who's commenting wear on top of it but it's a little tough one we're everywhere so just just be aware that it's so if we don't give you a shout out we will be talking about your picks though for the iron maiden songs as well as we always do. We ran a post this week for for sure and this weekend. The only thing I did that was R- that I thought was really freaking awesome was I went to see Dr Sleep. Keep an eye frigging loved it. Yeah I was great so we can talk about that other And I'll talk. Also we did something very cool and just before we play the first band. Here we're GONNA play play Kate cotto. Excuse me in a minute. Somebody said to post it in the group in a private group today they said. Can you guys turned me onto some music music. That's got that eighties rock kind of thing or eighties bands. That have new records out. I can't find anything and I referred them to you. Get to the post but anyway okay so anyways but this is a man that is like usually influenced by that sound but what I did do call on Sunday night. Talk about a little bit later on is a key. `Then I did a the A little movie talk so you guys can find that it's up all the places on social media where we talked about it chapter two and what we like to what we didn't didn't and it was cool was a good time people chimed in. It was a lot of fun so anyways guys we're going to get into the countdown. We you know we usually do on your. We're so nice. Nice that we never like to say you know this is number one and this is number ten but this week we are ranking. So we're going to start with number ten of work away up to number one so oh that is just how it's going to be if you don't like it you can kiss my big black ASS I. 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"couple fences" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We've been talking about the folks who who call themselves in cells or involuntary celebrates people who are angry at the world more specifically angry at women for not giving them love affection or sexual attention one man Alec Manasian ran down two dozen plus people in Toronto Ronda on a busy street believe he ran up on the sidewalk and plowed into them with van after afterwards and a four hour long interview with police he explained claimed he was angry quote angry that they would give their love and affection too obnoxious brutes referring to the young women that he attempted to speak to while Atta what sounds like a perhaps a college party or a Halloween Party when he was about nineteen or twenty years old he was twenty six when he ran down two dozen people people in Toronto the nation claim to have been in contact with Elliot Rodger who killed six people and himself a twenty four in two thousand fourteen at the campus of the University of California. Santa Barbara Roger was a self-described in-cell who posted deeply misogynistic videos and sprawling online manifesto calling for when what he described as an overthrow of feminist domination further the group views their inability to meet women as punishment for their status this as Beta males and direct their anger at people with active sex lives who they derisively called Chad and stacy's Manasian told police he he was quote radicalized unquoted around the time of Rogers attack and began to fantasize about starting his own quote rebellion. He said I was thinking that I would inspire future masses to join me in my uprising as well well thankfully he has not successfully done that. There's not been an uprising. There has not been any significant so-called in cell murders. Thank goodness sense this guy unless you wanNA call it call the other shootings in cells and maybe some of them are it would be interesting to to look into that and find out how many of them were in the cells who maybe hadn't connected to that community but that was their situation. He told police he had decided that ten foot long delivery van was quote the perfect medium-size to use as my weapon unquote while he had hadn't initially chosen young street as his target one of the busiest thoroughfares in Toronto. He decided it was time to go. Oh for it unquote after seeing all the pedestrians milling about the shops lining the streets he told Thomas Quote. I'm thinking this is it. This is the day of retribution he also revealed how the attack was stopped saying quote. Someone's drink got splashed on my windshield and I was worried that I would crash the van anyways. He said explaining meaning why he stopped the vehicle and got out he then sought out a police officer hoping to provoke a suicide by cop but he forgot he was in Canada Canada go to Chicago and the Ken Lam resisted opening fire firearm nation even though the nation repeatedly pretended to draw a weapon the nation said quote. Unfortunately he didn't react unquote his trial trial will begin in February of twenty twenty no jury it will be just a bench trial with a judge eight fifty five four fifty free. Let's go to epicurious or epicurious calling from New Hampshire. Your Free Talk Live EPA curious. You know thanks for taking my call. I call in about a different topic but actually I would like to chime in on this in healthy talk about sure so actually shot to Ernest Hancock over Phoenix to don't he had a couple of months ago he he guy named doctor Robert Glover as a guest that he's talking about his new book called no more Mister Nice guy and bring it up because I think he's pretty relevant to so situation basically went rubbed the glover mentioned. Is that there's there's a phenomenon in American culture right right now we're in our they're very unhappy and it gets way describes it as 'cause they're. They're following US or a paradigm a roadmap for life a set of rules that they've been taller lives that if they follow they will be happy and for the most part it's these rules instilling them from women and he speed describes the situation no-one sprawled it because of war because of industrialization. There's a lot of other factors men are not present in the upbringing of voice. Oh boys don't get to see what how many behave get to see. Men are like two is I just want to raise a women teachers. Women you know mothers a single mothers and whatnot so these men are falling paradigm for happiness UNISOM. Don't really work they're falling rules like avoid conflict always be the mediator to sacrifice for women women for the Family General don't look out for yourself always put someone else in front of you and it's what's a lot of these guys are falling these rules but they're still very unhappy. I don't understand why and even and men who act like that will rebuild will be regarded by women as weaklings and they will they will be in cells. If you live a humble self-effacing life you will be an end sell exactly I if I could leave the light the crowd a couple fences from misspoke no more mister knife guy right right and that's why they're so horrible when they explode is because it takes them so long builds up so there's one quote here a one particular type of nicer of a quote Nice Guy that Robert Glover mentioned the and measure the and Meshing Nice Guy Makes his partner his emotional center his world revolves around her. She is more important than work. His Buddy is his hobby. You will do whatever it takes to make her happy. You'll gifts etcetera etcetera. people even tolerate her bad moods rage attacks the boat with a lot about stuff hunker frightening all because he loves her so much he calls these guys people dogs folks they kind of in a way to kind of just hover around waiting for scraps of like emotion are waiting for that odd sexual encounter you know every once in a while and the way describes it the the women the women pull away these guys be focused on the woman as he describes it kind of like he's hose analogy emotional like hose. He's GonNa try and try and get something out of the woman to fill a void themselves and eight focus too much on her and she backed weighing wants attention but she doesn't want attention right thank you. She wants attention from somebody somebody who doesn't want to give it right yeah so epicurious you WanNa say you want to talk more about it. It's interesting subject. You're welcome to continue here with us. Our number eight fifty five five four fifty free. That's eight five four five zero three seven three three. You can join us on the Radio Free. Talk Live Happier. Prefer is so much Shinier Rainier silkier softer. He has really mellowed a lot. Sheba is.
"couple fences" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Than. And you've got bitcoin. Yes. I did fill a lot of it off at the peak. I kind of had a time when it was about the drop, but I still hung onto quite a bit. Well, expecting it to rebound. I pick up some every once in a while when I can't in how long have you been into bitcoin? Oh, I wish I got into the beating I wasn't going. When it first started. Well, the problem was that I was looking at it. I was like, well, you know, maybe I should grab some, you know, throw twenty five dollars at it. And then I just kind of forgot. Nine. I all man, I I'd be a millionaire right now. But. Who knows if you hold onto what you've got today? You may still end up a millionaire in five years. It's nice. I oughta like that other guy talking about it's not as bad because you know, I was claiming on the radio that I was going to put you know, I was going to put a few thousand dollars in bitcoin when it was. I was making the claim on air that I'm gonna put money into bitcoin. If bitcoin hits parody with silver, which at the time was thirty dollars ounce. Bitcoin bitcoin went from thirty five to one hundred right jumped really fast like up to like ninety or a hundred dollars in that. And then you're like, oh, wait till it goes back down that rapid jump that repa-. Jumps scared me. And I was like, well, I just need to see what's going to have to wait for it to go back down ever to invest this money now because if I do this because I'm like, I don't know that I could lose this. I'm like, yeah. I probably could lose it. But I don't I don't want to be too big of a hit. You can't you can't afford to lose your house is it was money that I knew that. I wanted to it was slated for investment. So I could have. I wouldn't have done rousing around online. And I thought it was like maybe a couple fence for bitcoin. When I first read about it. I didn't totally understand it. But even without understanding. I was like I don't know what twenty five I reckon throw twenty five dollars at this. And I was going to get back to it the next day. And then forgot about it. I read about it again till like years later years later when I read about that crap. Good story. David anything else? You wanna share tonight? Just feed if I could be a unicorn, I don't know if I am ever not. But well, we are special because you called our show, and we appreciate it. Thanks for the call. Appreciate your listening Albuquerque. We've got another David listener in Albuquerque. I didn't think it was gonna be that David. Nice to see know. Here's our other Albuquerque listener Sarah in New Mexico. You're on free talk live. Hello, sarah. Way. More listening traveler, I should say. The fives. Did you know a helicopter? Me. See if I got one probably don't. That that I had a hundred and fourteen people still and bernallio county this year. A shot by police. Just shooting everybody, you know, the shooting the shooting everybody here in Elba Kirke. Where you know that the townie Berkeley county is still l d yo you, you know, like Albuquerque and founding area, you remember that the boyfriend shut the goal friend. Jon Dahl that. That's that's what that's two people like a bunch of times in the past. But okay, it happened to Albuquerque to. You want? Are you trying to say? Are you trying to say that Albuquerque is more dangerous than other places is that the point? Because that's probably not true. That's why will me gun control law here in Albuquerque. Your welcoming them. Our our Las Cruces bene- fan croaky, our city say that we walk on the the governor that could all along that was the state because. Louder. You just keep going there. I'm trying to find helicopter. Yeah. But do you. Do you understand that does? Whoa, people. They what are they have to like, I don't know if they fear or whatever. It was like almost like death probably by I can understand. But in this huntings fine. Okay. Got it. Well, I mean, I don't know about how buying it is. I don't get out. But either they bear full. Defer attitude port good, we got one hundred fourteen people shot and killed just in before like April. Should we take the look, Sarah? How about we make it fair? I mean, if we're gonna have gun control about we take away the guns from the cups to set sound fair. No. That'd be quite be what wait a minute. Guns to shoot people to and hurt people, and and shoot innocent people and shoot dogs. Do you support shooting dogs? I did that. I had no idea what the top about. I have never heard about the dog. Obviously do not have the internet because these stories are all over the place where police have shot dogs to death because they were supposedly afraid for their lives and cops have shot like innocent little dogs who have been doing nothing, but like wagging their tails and just wanting to get loved by the police officer, and they're coming up trying to give the police officers some attention received some attention,.
"couple fences" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Gtech we've just doing it in massachusetts and the company loved it so much they rolled it out in multi states think there are over ten states that this rolled out in and what was great is that not only do we license dream on for the lottery game but they also ran commercials which meant that the song was synchronized and obviously when they were commercials in marketing opportunities such as leads to more record sells more downloads so that was that was also something that was very creative we don't know of another music lottery at that time that was kind of the earth as it implied that there's been since um having been a couple fence but we were certainly the harbinger with dream on and then something you know we we obviously we do a lot of these things and mrs what we do daily but something very recent that i got a kick out of our chief marketing officer came up with the idea of a smokey robinson holiday october eighth of this year is going to be father daughter day and so our team approached american greetings and you know if american greetings are hallmarks as something's a holiday it's a high right and because we bought smokey robinson is music catalogue in one of his big songs is my girl my girl is going to be intrical goal in this father daughter holiday that's coming up sunday october eighth so smoke he's participated smoky couldn't be more proud that there's father daughter day holiday we have to his music so that's another interesting thing that that we've come up with but i could i could talk about the marketing things we do all day long their fawn their undressing artist love them and that's really what makes us tick so if you start at the beginning of one of these as an investment.
"couple fences" Discussed on Clockwise
"Uses lightning so the minute right now my desk i have no my phenom i've had the best have it i have my my air pots case charges with lighting and i have a keyboard in tracked had the birth pair and charged with lining and apple just really use this frost are things you have the stupid now cifra charge of the bottom it's got what port on it and so it but i think there's a lot more stuff to transition if they do this you know the there's nothing here are my desperate couldn't use usb see they could move everything to it but there's a lot of stuff that's using here right now and i just think about you know that the customer going into the apples sort of by new set of head fans they don't have to know you need help turn jack duo with the lightning on the end or do it usb see and that's just that's going to be messy year i think and then then previous transitions and it makes me wonder if this isn't the cards of this is going to happen why not last year when they got rid of the head from check you know eight or you going to have a year a found a maybe two years offensive like the seven ass slash unicorn found i get that whole thing is just true you can have a couple fences for stranded in between like the head phone jack air and the usb see era and that seems really strange to me and so if it is coming this year whoa babble tells a story about about weiss this year and that day you know have some sort of you know reason bowl set up for customers to make that transition as smoothly spots right so is going to be a pain but as they they have some some steps across the bob that we can walk walk top i mean a clearly stephen they have a story in that stories courage no yeah you know i'm on the fence about this one because there are arguments in favor of moving usb see.