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"de lorenzo" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

06:28 min | Last week

"de lorenzo" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Fish Oh when my body's may yogendra and away Lack of gray wonder on megan cole. Alba great thank you. That's my favorite. Amy wine house song. Yeah you nailed that one last thing before we let you go because i know you have stuff to do. You're going to be at the plug. It again by the way brooklyn oricon dot com for further details. That's the twenty third and twenty fourth brooklyn navy yard dana di lorenzo as well as countless other horror. Icons that are out there for you for more information. Go to brooklyn oricon dot com. All right dana. One thing i do ask on the way. How do you actually know mandarin. I know damage that that was really good. Though 'cause i know. I know i don't i. I knew i tried for a but i failed miserably because i was gonna say something mandarin on the way out because i knew the best the knee. How ni how craig that no. Yeah oh yeah. Oh yeah the. That's the last time i did that. I think offended the galatian. So i i i. I don't want anybody coming after you meet. And my parable ability with with with language times. Different back then delays. You can just you know speaks mandarin and be. What part of brooklyn are you from ohio. She's ohio ohio issues from brooklyn. Sandra brooklyn ohio passive dunkin. Donuts and your there no. She's from they get confused they do. They get confused a lot because of all the dead bodies in the river felt you know yet where i'm from in youngstown was a big was was like a little bit a little brooklyn with the mob male and like i said all the dead bodies around bad must've talion we all young. I guess that was a compliment. We didn't know because literally john who by the way you just saved. His job literally held up. He goes no. She's from ohio. During the interview and ricky didn't see an i thought it was me. I thought she was originally from brooklyn biggers. You had the brooklyn the sounded. She sounds like she's from brooklyn. But sandra peterson thing. I thought she was and then we also had youngstown and then we had the chicago element with man cow. Then now you live on the west coast so like i'm lost we list. We don't mind now. I'm a no man but in also new jersey is my favorite place on our with my family. Though he's i'm all. I'm all i'm all everywhere so But you know what it sounds to me. Uncle eddie like You need john on your show. He's the only one fucking best he did you. Maybe we'll talk to john lewis show because he's from brooklyn so maybe he'll go to the brooklyn navy yard and see what they brooklyn horror. Khan and maybe you can. Maybe he'll show up some pastries ravioli. Back that's straight. Some girl part was bringing italian. Grill food its own air. Everybody i would love to meet you john together. Eddie santa friend and it in de lorenzo. Lorenzo out no we're going horror dot com for further details brooklyn navy yard the twenty third through the twenty. Four th ricky's birthday on the twenty third. You can meet lorenzo and of course countless others but you really only want to stop by dana and say what's her on the ham radio. Show you save john job. It's a great thing. I'm coming out for my birthday there. You go thank you so much for having me on. I love the show. Thank you guys so much for having me on item. Thanks for saving my random applause. Lorenzo we love you love you thank you. I think i mean love. I have to call my girlfriend and i got a text my wife. I'm sorry right. You're leaving the majors. Where even home leaving getting run over time here. Okay worried about the chair ban. I gotta take a prison. We over right now. John asking anymore. I got paris present. The tip goddamn. It's coming up. All i listen. It's coming out of the hole that means you're going to take a break. We'll take a break. We'll come back where we grew. We'll do an abbreviated version of the wgn news. We're back answer. these. I'm having shouting. Matt believed the light on for you. I'm all the way not only the heck of president. Also every religion tequila the world's finest premium one hundred percent organic tequila using only the purest ganic ingredients and time-tested this election process to create a reflection of our commitment to collaboration with nature journey to purity and perfection religion. Akilah our vision our devotion our religion one hundred. Percents organic handcrafted tequila up by religion. Tequila visit them on the web. At.

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The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars

Around the House with Eric G®

02:04 min | 3 months ago

The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars

"In caroline some improvement every nikkei g. and caroline's got a piece of pizza because we all went out and got pizza. We gotta introduce our friend our guest today. David applebaum architect of stars. Hello brother i to carolina. Be an era jian. David doesn't rhyme so there. We go david a so. We gotta talk a little bit of minute. We've got to get some pizza credit here because you know last segment last hour. We're talking pizzas kind of the side discussion and we all got our pizzas here. Then as you could tell caroline's working on hers as we talk so hungry. I had to pop one in myself. Awesome the play along. Eric is under the delusion that oregon according to bloomberg makes the best feats now. David knows the northeast. He knows new york come on. You've really telling me that new york new jersey doesn't make the best pizza or they make the best taylor. Ham thing is new york. Has their style pizza. Chicago has their style pizza. When you get up to the west coast out here. We have the best of everyone's pizzas. That's my hock damon. Oh yes because. I've got pizza from nineteen forty seven people de lorenzo's. We know how to make pizza new jersey. You make a pie. It's tomato pie extra cheese on the bottom sauce. Him atop thin crust. Sorry cheeses are the bottom because if the pizza is made in nineteen forty nine. It's great. I talked sitting at a box since one thousand nine hundred forty nine. So yeah. that's thanks. There's such poor losers like deny

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Going to be It's going to be big and we have a lot more announcements coming soon and Some great things might even be a the run. Happy floor in the the restaurant might be brought to you by run abby. I i've got to put up. Put up the first announcement of honor to do it. I just texted him and say hey you mind if i say this and he said listen. We're in this thing is he. Was there all last week And and he had some important meetings in redesigning things and all that. I don't know anything about that stuff. All the power. And i have no clue so But my brother's a great chef. He's cook for famous celebrities Including al pacino. John travolta John gotti junior. When they were filming the movie gotti many of the nbc people that come out that We'll be here. This week have been eating at his in years past at the belmont and the preakness he was a chef there with the catering company. So he's worked on a lot of movie sets and You know he's not a pizza expert yet. he's about to become one. He's about to go into a hot springs. A crash course over there to Namedrop great jimmy. Croll horses came through for me. Once in the finale For j mack robinson the cold double from foil to crash course so anytime i can have a little segue. Chimneys record here at monmouth is remembered forever but to me. It's all about crash course coming through Right as i was calling the pr. Smith stakes were auroral. Was winning yet again. For belmont i had to change a channel citing get distracted by the belmont signal. And i was delighted to see the luxurious pink Soaks of vijay. Mack robinson Storming home. so yes very a very good things pizzas supposed to be good and We're going to bring some great pizza to the lexington market right in their neighbouring city of her sales. Well also on on the Pizza topic. I got a very funny. I just got very funny. Note From our fred. John and john apparently Reading or he didn't run ended his friend. Dave and the owner of de lorenzo's Ran into you the other day and they got a picture sent me the picture and he wants to know how was the renzo tomato pie. I'm gonna tell you i I actually texted anthony. Velayati from dealer rentals. I tried de lorenzo's. During my pizza tour that i put on facebook in two thousand sixteen and loved pulled over and i got it to go and i you know pretty much it as quickly as possible from the box because you wanna get the the quick review and i really liked it. I went the other night with some friends. And we'd been planning this meeting there for a couple of years and we got there and i would say that pizza i mean. I don't know that there's a better pizza anywhere and federal receives my number one but de lorenzo's made a giant move and that pizza the other night i sent a text to anthony and i showed it to the owner because i just sent the ten minutes before i met him and i said to anthony and my this might be the best pizza i've ever tasted anywhere. That's how good it was. And i think the key to it was that i asked him. I said i don't wanna say light cheese. But just put a little less cheese and tomato pies so it's not overwhelmed but she's anyway but de lorenzo's robbins ville Tremendous and when i met the owner showed him that thing and i told him about what we're doing and i said listen. There's any way we can get this pizza over there. I'm sure mr valodia will scratch his recipe to bring this puppy right in. And i met a son and we had a great talk and His friend dave what a cool guy him and his wife came up and they took a picture and It was just a very nice Warm introduction to him and he's friends with the owners. Great people great place to go forty five minutes from here. It's well worth the drive. I mean i'm in. La were going anywhere. Such de lorenzo's is legendary. It's that simple de lorenzo's unbelievable well done in In robbins ville. And as i put up this news about Frankie the lucas. What's the address again. It's let me tell you it's on. I believe it's five eight lexington road. Let me just make sure that's because But it's a. It's the old pizza hut building on lexington road and it's I'm pretty sure it's five. Oh eight lexington road and we would you call it given the what is obviously a wider menu as opposed to a straight pizzeria correct. Would you call it kind of a tra- toria or if five lexington rook. We're we're going to just frankie to lucas. I mean we've had a couple of things i said. We should just put right under it simply the best. I mean we're coming in strong. This has been. I have hyped out to everybody involved including my landlord telling him. Don't worry we're gonna open tendencies so this is going to be big But we don't have any specific We're going to meet with the ad. Agency john siegler. Pm advertising has been sending me logos and we're about to finalize all that information but You know the businesses official it has been formed and It's gonna be It's gonna be good food. It's going to be great food. And lexington needs tested. Almost every pizza over there and his anthony. And we're coming with the goods. And i'm really hoping that we can get the valentino sicilian into that and i'm fairly confident because in the end the answers money. What's the question. And i know we can figure that out. And i've been eating valentino's. I tried to sell him an ad. Valentino's in manhattan beach on aviation south manhattan beach boulevard I tried to sell him an ad for the pocket coupon directory early in my advertising career in one thousand nine hundred ninety one or two.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:36 min | 9 months ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And Martin Luther King drive on the city's east side Sunday afternoon. Police chief William McManus says they'll stop at nothing to catch the attacker. This is uncalled for insanity that someone would have the be brazen enough to do this. Sunday afternoon at the church event. McManus says the man, his girlfriend and six year old pulled into the church parking lot when the suspect ambush them and opened fire at their car hitting the man and child. The boy is expected to make a full recovery. But the man is hospitalized in critical condition and another incident at a church Sunday where a man is facing charges after he reportedly drove through an outdoor church service. Police say the man drove into the close parking lot of our Lady of Grace Catholic Church on East Summit at McCulloch, where the service was underway. After giving the congregation of seen gestures. He drove through the parking lot, prompting people to grab their kids and jump out of his path. He then drove away, knocking over traffic cones in the process. Police arrested him at his home on several charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. We'll both suspects in the shooting of a balconies Heights police sergeant are now under arrest. Bear County deputies arrested Wilfredo Montemayor on Saturday afternoon. At Luke for 10 Year. Harry words Bok mon to me, your and his brother See Fredo are both charged with attempted capital murder for last week's shooting of Sergeant Joey's Sopa Volga, who's recovering CE Fredo. Montemayor was caught in northern Mexico last week. Well, Texas is expecting to receive more than 402,000 doses of the Corona virus vaccine this week. The number is substantially less in the $520,000 has received last week. This week's doses will be distributed to more than 630 providers across the state, but nearly half of them going to places that focus on serving seniors. An additional 331,000 shots will be reserved as second doses for those who already received their first vaccination. Nearly three million doses have already been administered in Texas. Well. Two automakers have revamped their logo's at Korea, Bloomberg has his and focus report to automakers have introduced new logo's Is the industry drives toward a battery powered future. General Motors is changing the M in its corporate logo into the shape of an electrical plug. Matt de Lorenzo, senior managing editor for Kelley Blue Book, says it's meant to appeal to Wall Street and investors and policy makers to show that it's a forward thinking corporation that they're embracing sort of an electric few. Sure. Meanwhile, Kia has changed the colors and font on its logo and dropped motors from its name it planes to include electrified sedan sport utility vehicles and multipurpose vehicles. In its new lineup. De Lorenzo says its logo changes for the brand not just a corporate change like GM's. But he says it's not a risky move for the Korean car company. I see this as kind of a freshening up really. They do have a nest ablest track record, but nobody's enamored with the Kia logo as it is, so I think they can make kind of a four. Looking change here without suffering. I'm Ed Corey Bloomberg business for News radio 1200 W O AI Tonight. The Spurs host the Golden State Warriors. The voice of the Spurs Bill Schoening has more in today's Spurs insider Brought to you by S. W. B. C. The Spurs returned to action this evening as they started back to back at home against the Western Conference foe Golden State Warriors. The Warriors defeated the Spurs last month in San Francisco 1 21 99 as Steph Curry led the way with 26 points and 11 rebounds. The Spurs shot just four of 33 from three point range in that game. Spurs were coming off 1 11 1 of six road without Houston as the martyr Rose led the way the other night with 30 points Gay Night seven tips 7 30 Tonight on spurs radio 1200 W Away on this spurs insider brought to you by as WBC get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Di Autry and welcome back to dishing it up. Now imagine having a business where your clients are really some of the most vulnerable that have been hit by Kobe 19. And that is the restaurant industry and you provide insurance for these companies that are just struggling, and then you get coverted 19 yourself. Well, it happened to David de Lorenzo and David has a restaurant insurance company. David, What is the name of your company? Yeah. The name of our agency is the ambassador group. And we have a subsidiary of that that I created about, you Know, 18 years ago called bar and restaurant insurance and little connection here, your dad. Actually provided my restaurant insurance many many years ago. Yes. Yeah. He reminded me of that when we're out to breakfast the other day because I told her I was going to be, you know, talking to you on the phone? Yeah, it's been a family business for a very long time. David. Tell me of the state of the situation with the restaurant industry. Right now. It's a struggle, isn't it? It is a struggle. The restaurant industry has been one of the most affected. Oh, industries out there, and I'll be in a lot of industries are hurt. But the restaurant is taking a rather large head because it's a it's a social gathering it. It's a community. If you know everything from live concert venues that you have, or people gathered together to nightclubs to just bars and taverns, Teo even your common restaurant that has to space. You know, people out now and be very careful that you know they don't get other people sick and It's taken a toll on them quite a bit. It's really tricky. I was I'm venturing out little by little. I was at a restaurant yesterday and everybody was masked up until you eat and then you take your masks off, and it still makes you feel a little Weird. You know about it. We're kind of in that limbo area, but I don't think people realize the margins that restaurant's operate under. I mean, they're very, very small. So if we don't support our local restaurants, they're going to go away. And so you're helping these restaurants and all of a sudden you're not feeling so well. You take it from there? Yeah, so, but you don't back in march, when all this was it seemed like it was overnight. Just, you know, just kind of had to hit head. It's all here in Arizona. And then next thing you know those, you know, the whole state has shut down and and we were and during this time, you know, I have a couple 100 clients just in the state, Arizona alone and some primary names that many people you know, probably have heard of. And so, while all this was going on, I thought I had to find this infection and I just was not feeling that great. I had a sharp pain in my chest, like somebody was taking a knife into my lungs. And I just was down for the count. I was not to the point where I couldn't necessarily get out of bed. That wasn't out of breath or anything like that. I stay in relatively good shape. You know on you know at all times, as is enough to make me go. What is going on? So obviously I just like Down. I stayed away from people I didn't exercise but all in the meantime, while this is going on, it was like the perfect storm. I'm getting about 200 phone calls about what do we do, Dave? You know what is insurance do and that's a whole nother story within itself. But, yeah, I was. I was on the couch, You know, answering phone calls and talking to people while I didn't even realize I had Kobe because I didn't realize I had it until after the fact when I got my blood test for the antibodies. Some unbelievable and you're doing well, now I'm doing great. Yeah, And you know, I I can on ly assume being Italian and loving the hug everybody and probably don't keep my hand. It's been frustrating. Yeah, In the cleanest of places, you know, They're taking my nose while I drive. Don't do that people. Probably one of the real, you know, and I'm out all the time. So I probably one of the reasons why maybe it it it hit me and not, you know, a lot of other, you know, sort of. People that are not doing that sort of thing. Yeah, exactly. Well, how is your company in the restaurant and bar insurance industry? How are you helping and just helping restaurants with moral support? Financial support everything. Yeah, So during this phase of what's going on, I've I've learned how to pivot and through the course of my very short lived life at 46 years old. There's been, you know, competiting here or there, so I have actually been part and have helped start a social media and A company called local for Edo, and we've been able and dedicated to the restaurant industry. So we're really pushing that out there to give more attention to the local restaurant and work with the restaurant association to promote you know their restaurants that are joined there for Arizona and local first, which is another great organization. That really deals with, you know, local businesses so anything that I could do the social media with any of my companies or just being there as a consultant for people to help them on any and not just insurance. Just any sort of coaching that I can give Well, sort of positivity to them on their form. I love that, David, We're talking with David de Lorenzo. David. Where do we find more about what you're doing? Yeah, I, um all over social media. So David de Lorenzo di l o r NGO is the last name I'm on linked in you. Confine me on instagram at I am the deal. Oh, Diello, I I go by De Lo short for de Lorenzo. And you know they're really the two main Opponents and you'll see pretty much any and everything that I'm doing always in a positive light. Because in this time of what is going on within the world, if you see what you know, is out there to the different media outlets, I just want to be a positive light that people could come to you. And there's a breath of fresh air. David, We love you for doing that. Thank you so much. You stay well say hi to Papa. And we will talk soon. I.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"With their work, you know, maybe as you were in finance, you were doing it. It was part of a necessity almost. How would you offer some encouragement for them to keep going and maybe diverge or yes find again that motivation to why they're doing what they do to why we were. I would tell your listeners that they owe it to just going to say you you. You owe it to yourself to at least find out what you would love and in those signals are already in there. He may have suppress them, but we those are easy to draw out again. There's so many ways to get clear and you may already know this and think, well, these are all the reasons why can't write family responsibilities fits that's always pick one and and what I say is I didn't do it overnight either. I kept you can keep your job and still work at something you love doing you can be the singer you can be the artist you can be the life coach you can There's something in you that needs to be expressed in when you don't that do that disappointment has to go somewhere in your body whether through some. Negative thinking thing poorly thinking about yourself that you don't have what it takes and you drew the short Straw like that's I thought. But. It's not telling you to quit your job or maybe failure you can. That's fine to you're gonNA know that part but all I know is it's not all or nothing. There is a building process that can go on in the background while I was walking into that office I was. Calling up the library to see if I could speak in public I was writing articles. I was building a website. I got my first few clients. So it's just that idea of you know it's the stuff you're doing at while nobody's looking even. That's going to keep building your life and get support. You don't have to do this along I. Love You can get support I. Love. This is. What you're saying because I find a lot of people will say drop everything you're doing in go do what you love but you're saying you can do something and do what you love and then as they come together in the TC yes. Yes. You'll see that it's it becomes your launch pat right you're building your launch pad. Let's say in in my method. And you'll hear other amazing stories. There is something about taking a huge risk that that that makes a quantum leap. It. Put it. It's it's what you're able to withstand. I'll say in your in your personal life, there are some people that can rip off the band aid right and they just let it go. But others who need that feeling and they feel responsible for a family I think that's a great way to go Susan I. Know You said you're on radio do you still have the podcast to thrive? No I quit that I'm. I'm doing just this Brian. I'm just doing guest guest appearances because it's so much fun. I'm not writing all the episodes like I was in two, thousand, eighteen and twenty nineteen. That was rich experience in most of those episodes in my blogs have gone in some form into this book that I'm putting out now. So is such a rich experience and my plan is to go back to podcasting once I'm done well into getting this book on its way and out the door, well, I'll have the time. Sure there's pulling the gems of adversity will be good. Other ways people can get in contact with you to reach U S. Yes easy enough. So I invite your listeners a demand to places also just to get a sense of if you haven't already you can see my blogs and here's some other radio episodes. is Susan de Lorenzo Dot Com S. U. S. A., N., D. E. L. O. R. E. N., Z.,.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"That's a great question for me. It was so easy like I said, Brian it just popped up when I was like, yeah, you're my Gal. You're saying everything I already beliefs that is do some research there I know if you google us now for me, my company they just changed their name from life mastery institute to Braves Thinking Institute, which is a great name is that's what it takes. Brave thinking to move your life along So brave thinking institute would be the the group that I it was founded by Mary. and. She. Is In this business the longest over forty years you're not gonNA, find people that have been doing transformation works as long, and so I really think they're they're wonderful the you're gonna find other programs of what I would highly recommend is that you aligned with the message from the beginning a year already like I am onboard with this message and then look at how your training look at how you're taking your client through this information. Does that all resonate with you because you're gonNA, have to do the work I. You're going to be going through the training I and and in working on yourself before you ever get out there with your clients as a transformational coach speaker author. What what would you like people to understand about what you do that they may not understand they may see you up on a stage or conference room or in online. What would you like them to understand whether it could be something difficult or just? So they have maybe a better appreciation of what you're trying to love that question. Yeah. I think. You might be under the impression you don't if you're not familiar with life coaching that this coach is going to tell you what to do. That I'm just going to tell you. Oh, you WanNa do this while here follow the you know follow these steps and and it's really about. Calling out what's inside of you? I'm going to give you the tools that help you formulate a dream. get rid of.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Don't have to go back some people try to cobble back their old life again now, where was I and they even insert like I have inserted the same kind of mate again, if I hadn't learned that message, we have to see what part did I play in my drama right that the world's a stage and we're merely players as Shakespeare says here we are on this life stage we have this Avatar mine is called Susan de Lorenzo and I'm playing apart. Well, what if I want a new role right? The avatar doesn't necessarily change but the role changes because I've given myself a new stage to be on and it's a higher stage of awareness. That's what I want for everyone is just a keep checking in and getting the awareness on what is my part in my adversity story. So I can put that behind me take the gems and built with these gems of awareness on this new platform. That's really GONNA set my soul on fire as you say that I'm thinking of someone holding a tree a storm going by and the storm being gone, and they're realizing their unscathed in raising their hand in. Joy. And jumping along happily, enjoy fully knowing that they made it through and in doing. So as you said, you can't bring your old ways with your your old closure, old your attitudes and unforgiveness and. A newfound gratitude in your. Purpose given life and I think that's one thing that strikes stripped away from people nowadays. IS WE'RE JUST JUST RANDOM Things with no purpose no, you certainly have a purpose. I don't know your purpose or any other persons purpose, but surely, no, you have one. Year here. Yeah IT'S A it's not random and and and I love to come from. I'll say the knowledge that we chose to be here that it wasn't just like Oh somebody just threw me on the earth and now what there there's at checking in connecting moment of the divine in us that I love and you said something beautiful about the tree with to go back to which is, yes, we've been shaken like this tree in a storm we may have lost some leads, but we're still here and that feeling of resilience and power from being the tree in the storm..

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"It was clearing this new platform, and here we are talking about work it led to the work I'm doing now it didn't happen right away. I did end up being separated I did go back to my job where I'm working on corporate world on taking the train in every day. I I work with great people I love the collaboration the work itself was dull to me. It was same stuff different day kind of work and I felt even more obligated to that work though be you know that idea having benefits and being in a position where? I. Could Care for my child if anything went wrong also feel you had. Less places to turn. So you couldn't turn to your husband because he wasn't there. A. Lack of. Options as well. He was very good co-parenting. Really was about helping picking them up from daycare. And wanted to be in his life. So thank God for that. You know that was not everybody has that part of the story, but I did feel that his care was largely on my shoulder and so as the care of this House I, mean looking back. I probably would have moved into a condominium but I thought of the idea of having this backyard from my child and holding holding all together. I still was in that mentality of holding it all together and in isn't that interesting because a year later? a tree fell on my house and I, got pneumonia. I'm like Oh man I was mad I was like he now I'm like I already gave the office. I don't need this you're on your off. Got My one year off. Wow that was wild really wild It was a wild journey and it was still showing me. You know I was happy to be alive. I started dating somebody wonderful guy from France that I had met at my friend's wedding. So we had a long distance relationship, which is perfect as a single parent. I wasn't dating somebody in my town all the time. It was just a nice wonderful thing and we were on the phone are so I was feeling such appreciation for myself in this because it was somebody who really adored me and I started to see myself through his eyes and appreciate myself even though. at this point, ed recently had reconstructive surgery. I. Always kidded that my torso look like a roadmap for all the surgery I'd had on it. So it took a Lotta Trust to reveal it anyway. And It was just a wonderful way of through his is accepting my own body and my own gifts a B. as a woman and as a person that led me to. Search for even more and it was really at the point where a few years into this I got laid off. I got laid off from my job and I saw it again because of cancer and divorce I thought Oh another deck has been cleared for me. I wasn't doing it on my own and we hear what my mentor Mary Morrissey lows to call the signals that we all have longing and discontent. We may be able to push down the longing and make excuses for what else it is. We may WANNA do but discontent keeps punching away at you. I don't like this. This isn't me how much longer do we have to do this? You know in this we moment of being with our spirit. and. So this clearing of the deck through the job I thought. Okay. And I'm still trying to do it the logical way which is okay. What's out there that I would love more than this and I was looking for I was into holistic health very much after my breast cancer. So was looking for an and I'm in marketing..

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"I. Know that that would be my foreshadowing that at thirty eight years old I had an eighteen month old. Son and M in this marriage in the House on working full-time taking a train into Boston forty minutes away. I really didn't feel like there was enough of me to go around I was just flat out exhausted and very disappointed. I felt like a failure like you know you see I was brought up in this model of you can have it all woman. You know you can have this great career a baby. You can have a fabulous home and you're traveling and it isn't as glamorous in Oh, you wear this shade of lipstick to work and he's awesome close and you put on the face and you go ahead. And it was all falling apart me. So bad marriage wasn't there must have been in the fine print or the cancer must have been. You didn't see that and. I didn't see it because I was pushing down all these feelings to be annexed already of survivor, a different kind of survivor. And because of my family history I had to start getting mammograms at age thirty five and I'd had a few. I felt wow I don't look like my mom I'm not anything like my mom. I'm not going to get cancer. Oh well, I'll just keep going for these mammograms. And sure enough at age thirty eight. They kept calling me back into the room to do more films and I. I'm at frantic because I have to give back to have more about, hey, we got things I got a you know, I gotTa take my kid at daycare can can we hurry this up and finally they're calling me and I can barely hear because the train is leaving like fifteen minutes. I've got run like half a mile down the street to catch the train. You know I could have fought of something else to do but I'm just on the schedule and they're telling me no we see something and you've got to how schedule A lumpectomy and I'm falling apart because my mother lost her mother when she was eighteen months old in here I have an eighteen month old son and I'm already thinking just like in this cat and right now. And I'm just bawling I made the train I'm balling all the way home called my my mate and I couldn't find my keys to the car and he had to come and get me at the train station. It was Really at in the wild thing Brian is that was just a little cancer that ended up just being what they call a stage zero. And I had this lumpectomy and other low what was that? All about will that was scary. But I had to have a follow up point where the radiation oncologist and I'm already thinking, Hey, was zero stage clean margins. means that got it all..

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Registrations. Great. When we walked in, she was like this is home. Like this is that's a feeling. You just know you've arrived at home. Are you? Yeah yes. Score. Yeah that's The new job that you're doing on the east coast. Same Job I got transferred and Yeah and I ended up meeting my first husband there my husband. and. That was really the road Dan to. That job ended I'm thinking now that job ended and I took a temp job at a financial place and I was always in kind of on the parameters of the financial industry. And this one. Put me right in it in in institutional marketing for a big Big Organization and again the people were so smart. So interesting that kept me going I never in an all of these jobs felt like I'd found me in them. I just felt like I found something I could do get paid for and enjoy on very general terms but not like that Seoul fulfilling M- in my place kind of feeling. In a lot of our don't find that. A lot of people don't because they they think in this is me Oh, well did the best I could I'm just gonNa keep doing the best I can and making the most yes. Definitely keep making the most of whatever you're doing and draw the gold from it for sure. But as we keep going I'll tell you that it's absolutely possible to do what you love and it. It does take a journey or a kick in the pants, which is mice. That's the way I got there. So I think this is how you're getting into your your in your. Finance at this point. Your Mary. Yes and then everything is all pretty in a bow. Yes. Yes it's the it's the checklist. I. I was telling you about earlier. You know I just finally checked off the marriage, the the house. Now in that right away we we were in an apartment for a while and did not have a child right away and then yes that was that great feeling of walking into this house which I now call this old house 'cause needed so much work but it was our house and And then having this baby I was I was pregnant when the house was bought. and. So yeah, I checked everything off the list but I also when in doing so I settled for a relationship that. I already knew is going to be very difficult. But I married what I knew because I had a parent with. Depression. So I, was like, Oh, I know how to do this you it's it's not conscious I. said that it's like you fit your little peg into that round hole that you are. You know that just Bam there. You are going to handle and their luggage because I've seen it before. Exactly exactly. So I walked on the same kind of eggshells on a different way to make myself feel safe and not Get any of the what in Sheffield Calls depression fallout you know we are trying to in it's a copa dependent coping method I mean, I didn't know any of this stuff I just it was all unconscious. So I set myself up for really a lot of challenge and unhappiness. It wasn't every day like that but it was an overall pallor I'd say. My Life. Yeah and My. Big wakeup call and and I want to back up and say, my mother had breast cancer. and. She got it when she was thirty eight years old Chadema had stuck to me of her right breast and little that..

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Or were you able to strive anyway if you wanted to or is it? You're in this town he only way you're able to succeed is if you go to these Ivy League schools or can you you know maybe it's a comfort are self confidence thing that if you just do your work well, you will be able to succeed as well as them. Ultimately that last part is true at true for anything. No matter what you do because there's this driving us there's this connection we can have to know it's our thing to do. But I do want to say looking back I think that was a leg up There was less questioning about what you were going to do because you were trained at this place and came from this echelon. All say. So, it's a yes and no, there's a that leg-up, but then it's still up to us to. To to deliver all set. Your after your experience on Capitol Hill were, did you venture off to? Germany. I. something. But in Germany that came next Bryant. So. Yeah. I. Got an internship in Germany and this I'd been in DC for a few years in the wild thing and the young people at the time in DC. These limited positions with congressman with the courts you know getting their experience before they go onto Grad school. So his constantly having to make new friends because my old friends or barely new friends actually were relieving to do the next part of their journey. And so I thought you know I'm tired of trying to make meet New People all the time I'm going to go somewhere and so I on this opportunity because they spoke German and I still badly speak German. To go to Germany and I started to get my German brushed up I worked at My Dad's friend's cousin's shoe store in Coburg Germany and You know my vocabulary was centered around shoelace and he'll and a vacuum cleaner. So I you know just got had a little dog a little DACHSHUND. Named Susan the dog's name was Susie. So they'd start accidentally calling me so by the dog's name. What's really funny. Great Experience Love Those folks, and then I went up to Duesseldorf and did work at a consulting firm where I basically was a glorified copy maker in now I didn't know you were in Germany. I I got delivered and it was a great place. Again, I'd everywhere I've Gone I've just been able to reap the. The. Heartfelt. Gratitude of a great relationship. You know always meeting the next person on your journey that's actually building. You and me. That that the people we meet along the way that we can take things from just like with their parents. So that was great and I lived in this little Catholic rooming house in the Old City of Duesseldorf with people from Poland from France from Finland and we all had to speak German to communicate some knew some English but we all kind of a German were listening to. It's probably Senate like a room full of it. hodler's talking to each other you know. So. In Korea..

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Host. Welcoming in now, Katie de Lorenzo, the backcountry coordinator for her back country. Hunter in angler Southwest coordinator. Katie Is that right? Yes, Yes, I'm the Southwest after coordinator for BJ. Alright, I kind of mangled it. What is it? We are 50 N c three nonpartisan organization that is focused on public land access and opportunity, So we work on, you know, making sure that there's amazing fish and wildlife Habitat and that it's accessible for all Americans. You grew up in that world correct. I did. Yeah. My dad is a biologist and, you know, he was always kind of bringing animals Homer, taking out Look at while life and showing me things and so I was definitely surrounded by biology and nature and hunting, although I didn't really dive into it until later in life. You are based where? I'm in Albuquerque, but I cover Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. What is the purpose of backcountry hunters and anglers? Our main purpose is just to protect this public lands heritage that we have that makes America so unique in the world. You know, we have 640 million acres of public land added owned by every single one of us, Regardless of you know your personal well, three success and so on a high level, that's really what we're doing. On Ben at a local level. We work on a variety of issues from fish and wildlife management to access to these places, and then the third part of our mission is really upholding Tenants of fair chase hunting. Our guest is Katie de Lorenzo from back country, hundreds and anglers Southwest coordinator for the group. Ah, when you say we strive to protect these areas, Ah, access to these areas. How do you do that? Yeah, we do it in a variety of ways. I mean, you know, on a very basic level, it comes down to us reading these management plans that were put out by the different agencies on DH, then talking with people that are on the ground in that area and commenting or trying Tio provide our perspective for those plans. So, for instance, on there was recently a proposal for a doula might mind Down in the Florida Mountains where there is an IBEX hunt, and it's the on ly. I beg front in the entire Western Hemisphere, and so we read their plan, and we read how they think it's going to impact the landscape. And then we provide comment back and kind of As grassroots leaders keep an eye on how these plans they're developing. So are you Partisan RU nonpartisan. Do you work? And and do you or do you worry about things like mine's coming in either to Florida Mountains or to the page because with a mine Proposed up there that could impact the pickers River fishery. Ah, do you also look at things like climate change? And do you also looking? Maybe environmental groups are trying to shut these areas down. Yes. So we're definitely non partisan, and that's kind of what gives us our strength and diversity. You know, we have a very diverse membership and actually a large percentage of our members or 45 or younger, which is fairly unique in the hunting conservation world. You know, we are certainly not against extractive industry as a whole. We just want to make sure that you know. They're happening That's happening in the right places on DH, not in these places that have, you know, kind of ah, wealth of resources, Faras, outdoor recreation and our heritage. So I hope I answered your question. There's another piece. I mean, there's a lot of pressure on the wild in the backcountry climate changes us. Obviously probably the biggest one that That is going to impact the backcountry and streams and fisheries and animals moving around moving down out of the mountains. So you know they will impact ranchers. You know, we just saw an attack by a bear up in the burrito Ski basin. Ah, ah few days ago, so The climate is forcing a lot of these animals. Animals to adjust. Yes, And that's definitely on her radar. You know, again at a national level were run out of Bozeman are I'm sorry, Missoula, Montana in our CEO is very aware of those, you know, global issues, and that's something we take into account. How that translates on the ground is especially in the West. We're looking at how climate instability could potentially impact Connectivity on the landscape and you know migration corridors and things like that for our Western big game, some of which traveled hundreds of miles to get to critical habitat every year. I'm Richard needs your host of experience. New Mexico. Our guests is Katie de Lorenzo from backcountry hunters and anglers. Do you provide information to outfitters? Two guides? Do you provide the guides? Do you kind of try and connect? People who want to go into the back country with people who can take him there. We provide a community for people that really come in and learn. And so I don't know if you've ever heard in the hunting community, this idea of our three, but it's essentially retention recruitment in reactivation, and what that means is hunting licenses are remain funding for source for much of the conservation work that's done in America, and so With that our three push the gap BJ tries to Phil is you know people will want to learn how to shoot a gun and they will go somewhere and be able to learn that that they need this China ongoing mentorship in this community to actually become a full fledged hunter. You know, it's not a thing that happens overnight. It takes a lot of determination and A lot of information, and so that's really where we come in. We don't actually, you know, connect businesses necessarily with our members. But we do provide a community for people to be welcomed into. No matter their background. You know their political affiliation were just that kind of group where they can come in and get some amazing. I know how from our members and supporters we recently had on Senator Martin Heinrich. I know he's involved with your group has well Ah, and then we talked it with him and about the Senate, passing the Great American Outdoors Act and then went to the house and it did pass. Hopefully, the president will sign it. Any comments on that how that's going to impact the back country. Yeah. I mean, I don't think we can even know now I think our Children many years from now might be looking back and kind of saying Thank you for passing that. You know what that bill does is essentially address a huge Backlog of maintenance on our public lands, and it also addresses access and conservation. And I think it's becoming more valuable to people because of the pandemic, you know, being able tio social distance and go outside and enjoy this amazing wealth of public lands that we have. And you know, I don't think we're going to know the impact because One of the programs that the Great American outdoors Act actually covers is Elaine and Water Conservation Fund. $900 million are going to go to L. W. C F, which is funded projects. And I think nearly every county in the United States from ballparks to swimming pool to trail heads, and it's covered some bigger things here in New Mexico, like The acquisition of Vita Aural, which is an amazing place for you know, local education and a great refuge for our water, bell and wildlife And so you know it it accomplishing. Accomplishes things big and small, and it's really gonna help keep our publicly in system intact for the next generation. Very instrumental in acquiring the vice calderas well above Los Alamos. All right, So where did you grow up? I just want to know your favorite places in New Mexico. Oh, my gosh. It is so hard because New Mexico is so diverse, but I lived in Alamogordo in southern New Mexico until I was 14. And then I've been in Albuquerque. The rest of my life. I went to the University of New Mexico to get my MBA and my favorite places, I guess. You know, I had a big one. She pent up in the litter peaks wilderness above house. And that was an incredible experience because it was my first big game hunt and my free Simon carrying an animal off the mountain on my own back. On DH. The fact that that kind of landscape exists in New Mexico is just pretty mind blowing, and then I would have to say the exact opposite of that. You know, the desert landscape that we have down cell. You really don't see a lot in the desert till you spend some serious time there and it kind of End of bicycle ral where you went, or X? I mean, it's just very disparate landscapes that I I love dearly. That is cool. Can people join your organization? Yes, they can. And they conjoined by just visiting that country hundreds.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

"They moved back there. His landscaping business was starting to flourish. He asked his brother. And I we come down and help out for the summer so we did and While I was down I was researching the film industry in North Carolina and I found out that it was third third in the nation of film production and so I would say about two months later. No I I ended up staying down here and my friend moved back to Rhode Island but I stayed out three hundred miles west of Wilmington. I got up with the local casting company here in Wilmington and started getting background work on Matlock and other. Tv movie of the weeks that were shooting here and Eventually in ninety six actually moved to Wilmington took a big pay. Cut doing that and hustled. And I got up with some of the local stunt coordinators one guy in particular John Cookman and we started training together and he eventually got my first job so it was a late late. Bloomer to this industry was thirty thirty one by the time. I got my screen actors Guild Card and John. I've been working together since store at amendment fifties now so I don't get called as much anymore but here's Matt and just trying to continue doing what I love. Doan and progress may be symbolic things. Now which is independent filmmaking. As well from their let Craig Florida few aunts to sure I was also a child in the seventies my I I became a fan of film and television just immediately as a very young man and kind of knew that by the time I got into high school that I was going to head towards some kind of film school and did that and went film school for College and at that point new meager savings. We're not GONNA last long in New York or Los Angeles so A friend who had vacation willing to your line. I think they make movies in Wilmington North Carolina and this was pre Internet. Nine hundred ninety. We didn't want research we could and we found out that there a studio here and they had made movies here. That's who you had been built around nineteen eighty or so but dino de Lorenzo's the Italian producer and he had wrote all of his production here to Wilmington sadly by about nineteen eighty-eight his propensity for spending double-digit millions of dollars on movies that were then only making single digit millions of dollars back in ticket sales bankrupted him and he had to sell the studio so the Sui into a kind of a dead zone period in the late eighty s and ninety nine to the CAROLCO company had bought it They were the people that are done. Rambo which was their big selling point and CAROLCO had bought the studios and they were hearing back off. And they were becoming a force again in in filmmaking. Dino said at one point I think Florida probably would've fought with us over it but New York and Los Angeles where the two biggest production hubs but a we were either third or fourth depending on who you believe either us or Florida was third and I moved down in ninety two and took about four months to figure out how to start doing extra work just as dino did and I started out on a film that nobody really remembers claimed Andrew. That was an early appearance is Samuel Jackson and Nicholas Cage was in it and there. I moved into production. Work as a production assistant and did four seasons Dawson's creek of the six and Did A lot of movies. There was a point where you couldn't turn on the lifetime movie channel and a twenty four hour period of Nazi. Something I worked on and eventually of course ran across deny deny came together on shows where he would come in to do stunts and I was the guy who would kind of tell him when it was time. Cetin met in that fashion and became friends and things got bad by about two thousand one. Canada had taken through tax incentives. They had taken almost all of the production away from America. Really and then they really taken a lot away my life and change. I had married and settled down a bit and so the idea of moving to Canada or anything like that was out of the question so I kind of reluctantly sort of retired out of the film industry and got a job outside of the industry and I had been doing that job for several years and would meet up with Dino and talk about the state of things and and such and Dino was already making noises some years ago that he was wanting to make a change and look into maybe moving behind the camera and I support him in that we talked about things like a buster Keaton bio-pic which I think he has taken a poke at writing a script for and things so we have talked about those things over the years and then he came forward and said he wanted to make a short film To kind of be a calling card into independent filmmaking. And he's got such a great way about him and he presented this film so well that he as he said on the website. He's kind of pulled me out of retirement so too and I have joined him because it's also been something that I've been wanting to get back to but maybe not in a full-time fashion but in a shorter term wrong so this is perfect for me to come back and join him on set. And that's kind of where I came into this project but the project itself has had an interesting genesis uncle at him. Take back over and tell you how it came about. Yeah so it's interesting. Because I was up in Rhode Island visiting family and had been remodeling the basement of my mother's house in my friend. Jeff Maderas who I met in that stunt school back. Nineteen eighty-eight still friends today. He was helping me with with that remodeling so he had he also at a job that he had to do for his. Landlord's house to repaint the trim on on prudence island and so while we were up there and he was telling me about this this story I think.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WJR 760

"A Michigan man remains behind bars. It's been six months since no Vineeta, Paul Wayland was arrested in Moscow and jailed in Russia on charges of espionage. His family US embassy leaders and others have made attempts to understand what Waylon is accused of doing. But so far, they said, no evidence exists Waylon is still in jail, with no clear timeline laid out. He was attending a wedding in late December when he was arrested in a hotel rushing thirties, accuse Waylon of having a list of employees of a secret Russian security agency, although no evidence has been produced a lawyer for a former Catholic priest facing sexual abuse charges as part of the Michigan attorney general's ongoing investigation into clergy abuses. Denying the new allegations. Vincent de Lorenzo who served several Michigan churches was charged last month with criminal sexual conduct. He admitted when he was. Signed from Flint area. Paris back in two thousand two that he had sexually abused a child. He wasn't charged at the time. But the diagnosis of Lansing had said eight people eventually accused him of sexual abuse. His attorney said, the former priest publicly admitted his past wrongdoings and received harsh punishment within the church. The W N Detroit's. Three automakers begin new national contract. Talks next month, automakers have been attempting to gain some goodwill, going into the talks with word of investments and plans to expanding production and creating jobs. But still the pending closure of General Motors Lordstown, assembly plant another's has union workers. They're up in arms over at Fiat Chrysler, both sides have to deal with bribery, and misuse of training funds as us even as you automakers planning to build. A new plant in downtown Detroit Ford has been trying to make a good impression with word that it's put nine hundred million dollars into the flat rock assembly plant, but technological changes and advances in the auto industry have workers, concerned about pay. And jobs acuity among other issues. Gene Fogel, WJR news. State Representative Isaac Robinson joining family's from Detroit and Hamtramck this morning and demonstration at eastern market to demand protection for themselves and the region. A large coalition of more than a dozen groups continues to demand that state regulators now the department of environment. Great Lakes and energy halt. The proposed a massive expansion of the US ecology waste treatment facility demonstrators gathered at ten this morning. Emme Antonio award winning actress lily Tomlin will receive a lifetime achievement award at the fifteenth annual traverse city film festival in northern Michigan. Oscar winner and festival founder, Michael Moore is expected to present the honor to Tomlin on August. Third. The festival runs July thirtieth to August fourth and will feature more than two hundred films and events. Checking traffic.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"These guys are trying to find insurance coverage for their folks, and they can't afford it. So it would benefit small businesses. It would benefit the WalMart. So the world it would benefit the companies that make metal medical equipment because more people would be using that equipment. Yep. It would benefit if you had free education, it would benefit people that want to be doctors. Why aren't people talking about that? I think there's I think are middle class dries up who's going to be spending money that all these all the guards are going to be making more money. Let me take a crack at it. So the. How come how come businesses are not with greater volume invoice coming out in support of either public option or single payer healthcare? Something that reduces the cost of healthcare. I think that's a really important and interesting question. The because there's no I late amplifier point, the former chief counsel for the Republican party of my state got him. John de Lorenzo he is the leading corporate lobbyists, probably in my state and the at any time there's like an affordable housing measure. He's the one filing a lawsuit on behalf of the landlords. Keep it down. Right. This guy has been the near the center of power. The Republican party and of the of corporate politics in my state, and he and he proposed. He was at nor Ghani, I think it was in our state in our at our used to be our paper of record is now not not daily delivered as it used to be. Editorial and op Ed the letter to the editor arguing for what you just said arguing for single payer healthcare, Oregon paid for by sales tax, and his argument was imagine the business boon that that would be if you could run a business in my stay, and you wouldn't have to pay healthcare cost you workers because it was taken care of imagine how the ability to retain attract and grow private enterprise, if that were taking care of is really strong argument. Now, the question is why don't more people side of that argument. Why don't more businesses sign onto that argument? I'll give you my thought because some of the businesses would be really impacted by it because insurance companies because hospitals because because pharmaceutical companies anybody who makes first prophets. It's not like twenty percent of the American economy because it's cheap. Because there's not that many people getting rich over. Because we make vast profits on this stuff. And if we ratchet my best friend from high school is an anesthesiologist we have very different politics, and he was so angry about the former Care Act, and I know that at the root of that anger. I know that angers because he was worried instead of making a half million dollars only make two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year as not what happened. But I know that's what he was scared of. And the there's DASS profits being made at if you. Are are are among those profiteers? If you are in if you're in the same the same team, there's unblocking public health insurance in this country fifty years, if you're part of the American Medical Association. If you're part of big pharma, then that is why you exist. So what do you do take any other take any other kind of interest group, whether it's a public interest or a private special interest because that's a that's a that is a broad brush could be painted a public interest group. I don't think it's I don't think advocating for corporate profits is the same thing as advocating for trying to make sure kids go they'll get gunned down at school. So the three people commit suicide in a single week because they can't deal with the horror of that and the horror with a nation that does nothing about it. Which is deeply immoral. The same thing. But the, but what they have in common. Is it you realize wait a minute. I gotta get in coalition. I gotta figure out how and a two party system. I can get my issue to get a hearing and to get a vote and get a president decided. And to do that again getting coots with other people. So if I'm if I'm in if I'm trying to make sure that people were gunned down in the streets, who am I going to get in Kutu if I'm probably not going to get it? Because it's with the people who are writing with the the the more doubters. Right. I could it be incudes with the people who are trying to profiteer off the selling of more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more weaponry getting good to other people. So you're getting because Democrats who knows what you feel about woman's right to choose who knows what you feel about climate change. Who knows what you feel about marginal tax rates? Who knows what you feel about.

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"How rude indeed? Wow. Ben Travers going off. Now, I never watched full house. So I've not seen fuller house now. But but coolly as on it. Right. So the reboot features that kids as adults adults. And so the jesse's uncle Dave's dad, and Dan Tanner will stop by. Oh, I see. So they're like special guest stars. Right. But not necessarily though the focus of the show like in the past sagging show up to. Yeah. So sagi- same most an kuli'ou'ou. Yup. I only watched like the first two episodes. But the those three when the first episode, but not the second was it bad. Yeah. It was definitely you know, it wasn't good. Yeah. It's definitely to the critics point. It was like, oh boy was this. What it was like back then? But yeah, I mean, it wasn't wasn't awful. But it definitely was now that's a show. You watched. We have it mean that was the TGIF. I know it was a big deal in that in that era. Now is the same age as a kid so. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I was in my twenties when that show was on. And I I don't think I've ever seen a full episode of full house. I've never seen a full episode of urkel. Family matters. What were the other ones on TGIF Friday? Perfect strangers. Nazi? I liked that. I liked that show. Yeah. And the urkel shows a spin off of that. Correct. Because the the wife was the elevator operator at in in the Tribune building right in the right in imperfect strangers perfect strangers. I thought was I liked perfect strangers. I thought that show was funny. But I watched it before I think I watched it before it moved to Fridays. You know, what I mean because I know for a time I watched it, maybe I stopped watching that time. But. Yeah. In in when I was hanging out with my when I was hanging out with my future ex wife, Danny de Lorenzo. She was talking about a show 'cause she's she's around sheets around your age. She just turned. She just turned. She's had a birthday she just turned thirty six. And so we were talking we were hanging out and talking and she pulled her phone out. And we were actually grew in a room, and she and she had some music playing and it was. Bread and butter. He likes Peter, toast and jam that that song. And so she was like, hey, you know, she's like, what's what TV show had this theme. I'm like, I don't know. And she's come on. You know, everything I what is it. And I go well what when was it on? She's like TGIF because that was one of her things. It was a big thing for her to she thirty six so. I don't know. I didn't. I never watched any of that stuff. She's like what's wrong with you. And I was like I never watched any of that stuff. So for she pulls her phone out because it's driving crazy that there was this show with I like peanut butter, toast and jam where the hell that song is called. And so she does like a search, and she finds it, and it was a show called baby talk, and she found it and we watched on her phone. We watched the opening credits of the show nine ninety nineteen ninety two. So she she remembered it specifically because she watched it. And so the the, you know, what it was Dan this baby talk. At the summary. I do remember it's a it was it was like a TV version of look who's talking. So it was like a TV version, but it was called baby talk was a TV version of look who's talking and. Look who's talking obviously was the movie where Bruce Willis provided the the voice, the inner voice of a baby. And that movie became like, a monster success and spawned a couple of sequels where more babies talked and then animals and babies talked and dogs and stuff babies. Look who's talking was this this movie you made like a ton of money that nobody expects a terrible movie made a ton of money. It was it was basically shots of a baby with Bruce Willis being a smart Aleck and talking for the baby. So then this show that Dana de Lorenzo remembered of all people Dana remembers it, and she wouldn't. So we watch this opening, and I couldn't believe it. I'm trying to remember who was in it because it had a special. Oh was Jim Belushi. I think it was Jim Belushi. I think Jim Belushi was the special guest star like he was an featuring. And I think it was Jim Belushi and in the opening credits. I think he was like fixing a pipe under a sink or something something like that. But the, but the whole idea was that this the show was about a talking baby. And of course, my future ex wife Dana de Lorenzo remembered, it fondly, I'm like, I can't even I've never even had remote. No remote idea that this thing ever existed. And the first thing she thinks of when allied peanut butter bread and jam or whatever the hell that is. She's like, oh what what are those babytalk? We finally figured out. She was very happy. After that. I have to say. And Dana can get a little, hyper if you know what I mean until she finds out something, you know. And she was she was she was full on Dana at that. At that. At that point. I'm like, why don't you come down a little bit? So. All right. Hang on everybody. We we. We'll we'll talk more. So fuller house was the next reboot that doesn't score very high here for business insider, and we were talking about TV reboots, and we'll get to remakes and TV and movie remakes as well. A little bit later on on the show. Let's take a quick break here. And then we'll come back and talk more..

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"de lorenzo" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"de lorenzo" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"T h. Welcome back to you. The Jason Rancho. Some of you woke up to some snow. I guess some of you saw snow last night. That's not gonna stick around. But I'm assuming that's what everyone's going to talk about all day and probably be used as an excuse not to go to work. There was a light dusting of snow in Bellevue and muckilteo and Marysville enough and black diamond, and I can't go to work today. That's what I would do. I that's what I've done. Just throwing that out there. So we're having this conversation about Kevin Hart and political correctness. We go now to Portland where this is just the dumbest thing I've ever read. This is legitimately. And I we read their nei- collectively will he doesn't really read. But I read well the picture book. I don't know how he looks at the big picture is at the daily mail's website. We read a lot of dumb things. This is probably the dumbest. And it's coming from the Portland chapter of the NWC CPI, which you would expect wouldn't be as fringe as some of the other city like you would expect fringe because it's Portland, but not like abject stupidity because it's still a major N W C P chapter. No, I was wrong. So there's a new policy there that requires signs to be put on brick buildings that says, hey, in cases of earthquakes, this building might collapse because of how old it is. And because it's not retrofitted with the proper technology to protect you from earthquakes in the warning on the sign actually resisted, the the warning. This is unreal enforced masonry building on reinforced masonry buildings may be unsafe in the event of a major earthquake. So in other words, they're putting this up there because they want to protect you. They want you to know that, hey, if there's an earthquake probably don't hang out in this masonry building because it might collapse and you'll die. The end sepia Portland. However says the sign is about white supremacy that somehow this warning is white supremacy in action, and I think if this up. The Washington Times printed this letter that the Portland NWC people out there. They say this is a quote the policy quote exacerbates a long history of systemic and structural betrayals of trust and policies of displacement, demolition and dispossession predicated on classism racism and white supremacy. None of those words actually mean anything and what they're talking about is not reality. But that's what they're claiming. Mel perrin. The argument is that this policy makes it harder for black owners of brick buildings to get loans or investments, and that means the buildings will have to be sold. And then redevelopment redevelop presumably by a developer wants to gentrify. The neighborhood kick out all people of color and just bring in a whole bunch of white people who are wealthy and can afford the new development. And so that's their argument. They're saying, hey, this makes it actually more expensive to live in Portland. So they would rather you live in a building that is dangerous that in the case of an earthquake which we've been talking about this whole region being overdue for an earthquake for about the last five ten years. So we keep saying, hey, the big one's coming. It's coming. They're saying they would rather you be unsafe than put up a sign that only crazy people would view it as racist not the same time. And this is an interesting part of this case, a nonprofit coalition of Portland, brick building owners filed a lawsuit recently trying to block the ordinance and they're saying, hey, you are acting in an unconstitutional way. Because you are forcing us to put up speech that we may disagree with John de Lorenzo an attorney for the group said the government is forcing private property owners to basically broadcast the government's message instead of their own. Now, that's an interesting one. Of course, this has to do with safety and permits so they have every right to do something like this because they're not sending a political message of some kind. But it's funny because I never hear any of these same people. I'm assuming are rather progressive is that a fair assessment? Probably they're kind of crazy. I don't hear them complaining about the government forcing sign. Signs for bathrooms that are unisex that are not specific to gender that is done basically as a political position. Right. I mean, the whole idea of putting these genderless bathrooms was predicated on a political position that left. This believe is necessary to create a world of tolerance. And maybe it is. But they don't say anything about the government, forcing private property owners to broadcast that message because they agree with it. But this message they're pretending that they disagree with. This message they're pretending and to a degree. I kind of understand where they're coming from not the racist angle. But you are putting it's kind of like the labels of GMO products, and the the anti GMO people's that this isn't a warning label is just tell you what's honestly in. Well, no, it's a warning label. You're putting GMO in it because you wanna freak people out. So they don't buy the food with GMO's in this case, you're putting out an ad basically on the side of a big billboard this buildings unsafe. If there were to be an earthquake, and I kind of feel like that that might send people, especially if we're talking about a brick building that's an apartment complex. I wouldn't want to live in that. Would you wanna live in you're signing your lease? And they tell you by the way if there's an earthquake. This building is just gonna completely collapsed on it self, and you're probably gonna die in your family members all gonna die God forbid, if there's the birthday party happening all the kids are going to act you you'd kind of not want to rent in that apartment complex. So I kind of understand their point there. But if it's legitimately, unsafe and. This is an issue to put pressure on these property owners to maybe retro fit for earthquake technology like go ahead and do that. But this whole idea that it's it's. Mitch did not put the warnings up. Well, this is look what you could make an argument not the put the warnings up that have nothing to do with racism with calls of white supremacy. Because that's the part of this were they lose me. And the funny thing is they might have been able to keep me if they just made the argument of the speech component..

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