16 Burst results for "Dig Inn"

"dig inn" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"dig inn" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Yeah. Now now are you suggesting now in Long Island. There's always that rivalry between Ray Longo gym. It's like aljamain that guy mehrab and then there's like your gym, right? It's you Gregor, Gillespie. A like he does with you guys or is he with the other gym and seemed like guys are rotating back and forth. What's going on talking about Long Island right now? Yeah, the thing is, there's no rivalry dead. People think that I guess but there's no rivalry. We just those guys live further out in Nassau County and the traffic sucks and they're not driving out here. And we live further out here. Traffic sucks. So we're not driving out there for an hour or so. They have their spot in Garden City, like I write out by Nassau Community College. And we're out, we're out here in ice have been in Farmingdale with Long Island MMA. So we don't we only cross over like maybe once a week, tops twice a week. Long we we there's no rivalry. We go back and forth and help each other all the time. If they have a fight coming up, we go out there. We start as far without I get ready. Like if he's getting ready for something else. If if I have something coming up like merab aljamain, they're out at our practices when they're here and not in Vegas these days, but they're out like once a week and a half. Some of their other guys are out at the gym. Also a lot more than others. But yeah, it's all love here on the island. There's no, like, no rivalry off at all. It's not like, it's not like, they mean, The Bongo. Let's get these guys. Like like things fucking guys. Let's go funny, though. I watch that, though. Would like to watch that finally. Bubba Jenkins, beat Lance Palmer. That was a huge upset that's in your weight class and then you got also note on Schultz lost as well in your weight class, right? No, that was, that's the guy I fought. That was that the Champions. Okay, so probably in your weight class were you surprised? Yes and no because supposedly if you do your the Dig Inn on them. They wrestled against each other d one, when they were in college it was the same age group. I guess used to always get the better of Lance. He was a really good wrestler and so but Lance has been kind of fighting and fighting consistently more successfully for a while not that Bubba hasn't won his fights but he's lost some fights as well. So I was giving Lance The Edge on just took the MMA experience but man, he like he just reached back to like the wrestling days and just controlled him..

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"dig inn" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:13 min | 9 months ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Seeing I'm go ahead if you I don't know if no one goes no one keeps track of all the player of the games that we pick but I mean, I've picked Montrezl Harrell probably ninety percent of the post-game shows but I've done so I think it's about time. I went a different direction. I also can't transfer my first one. So I feel like I had to switch it up a little bit this time around and I got I got a cake for my guy when I can you go you gotta take the opportunity when it is log. Read there are people saying who smokes getting cooked on defense by Brandon Ingram. Yes, he absolutely was again. It was not a perfect game by Kyle kuzma. I'm just saying he did have some positive things as well. I actually thought Wes Matthews played better defensively on Brandon Ingram then Kyle kuzma did which is saying a lot there in West did a nice job and he can still Dig Inn on guys. I feel like at this point and maybe this is just an age thing West Matthews is better off defending up then he is down in terms of if your request to defend a to he's not quite quick enough, but he can still successfully defend threes. Even though he's at a size just disadvantages. It's almost like he's old man Josh Hart, like that's that's what he is where he's better against the younger guys, but the smaller color cries that our eyes tend to eat him up a little bit. Yeah, that's a good observation. That's actually really good poem for him to well. I guess it could come for Josh Hart. But yeah, I've no sturdy down in the post. You seem to bother guys doesn't takes it takes a lot to dislodge them off his spots not really like that about cuz I wouldn't, you know, trust him to be the point of attack defend career but scrambling rotating guarding bigger guys in the post, you know, I think he holds up fairly. Well, they may think that's useful come playoff time, which is why I said I think the Lakers will need him in certain situations come postseason. So yeah, it's also very similar to PJ Tucker when he when he got up there in age. He just stopped guarding only fives because anyone else he wasn't going to be able to keep up with Let's see here. Some people are mentioning Dennis Schroder as a guy they were not pleased with tonight. So let's talk real quick about him. Got to the free-throw line 12 times. So you gotta you gotta like that and down for 12. That's great..

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"dig inn" Discussed on The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

"All right. So to me go. Thank you so much for taking time off. Out of your busy schedule to talk with me today. If a pleasure angle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really glad to be here. One of the things that I really really wanted to Dig Inn on and learn from you today and have my audience calling from you was just around this concept in this conversation of what it means to really pursue your purpose. We just the name of your business and I think sometimes people mix up passion with purpose with Talent when you with all of these different definitions that are thrown at us all the time. So I think to start let's just get right into it and tell me I do pursue your purpose even come about Okay, so ironically pursue your purpose was not really intended to turn into a business. So okay the way it all started off was I was attending a particular Church many years ago probably almost a decade ago, and I noticed that there seemed to be a place for everyone to exercise their gifts, you know, whether there were a teacher or greeter or singer or musician, you know, there were all these different roles right and the church. Well, I could function in those things but it wasn't really an alignment with what I saw was most gifted in which was actually entrepreneurship and I thought well, what about all these other people who are sitting in the church who are like me where their gifts and their influence their anointing or the grace on their life is dead. Fully operational in the marketplace. So I was one of those people that was more suited to do business and to also raise up other people who were called to do the same thing. So I was just thinking how many more of those people are like me and so at that time I had been a business owner already for close to a decade and I wanted to be able to share my experience and my knowledge, you know just in the community and so I started hosting these meetings first. I asked my former Pastor off if he would allow me to start something some type of business or Marketplace Ministry and he was like sure and call it Kingdom preneur and I was like, okay ma'am. I can roll with that. So what I did was I started hosting monthly meeting in the public library. Right here in St. Louis and I started inviting people out not just people from the church, but also people from the community and it was a small group and people would come out Faithfully every month. They would come out and they would hear about like starting launching growing a business. So that's how I really hone my skills and how I started this because I really started to feel like this was more this would be less than the four walls of that church. And as a result, I started brainstorming one day with a friend and then I came up with this name pursue your purpose because I'm not all of our purpose is going to be like something and really spiritual or something. You know that we might think of when we think of like church or are calling in life is not going to always be something that appears to be spiritual but there are also people who are gifted to do what they're born to do outside of the church in within the marketplace so dead. How the name pursue your purpose was born? So that's interesting. What was your first business to me Co prior to pursue your purpose so prior to pursue your purpose. I I did a quite a few freelancing things today. They called them give entrepreneurs a gig for North where I would act as a consultant. I had also thought cold run a Roofing & Construction company. I was the administrative side of things a cold running that business. I had also found it a Tutoring company that remediated academic deficiencies between K and grades five and math and reading so I thought it was something that I did for a while because I'm really passionate about education and then there was also the past that the particular role that I had that sort of dead. Same way in to pursue your purpose with me actually taking a consultant role as like a small business developer and that came about because I was looking for a job actually at the time and I had just come out of corporate America and I was trying to reinvent myself off instead of looking for a job. I switched gears. It was just a moment where I just decided I don't want to work for anyone else. So there was a particular company that I had approached that was based in Tel Aviv Israel. And I was like, this is a really cool company was a text-based financial planning company, which was in alignment with my skill-set at that time and I am approached one of the founders and I say hey, I really love the concept of the business and I believe that my skills that can fit into what you all are doing. So I sent to my job And he was like great let's talk and then that ultimately led to him offering me a position there and I told him, you know, we'll instead of a position. Why don't we could talk about making me into a consultant and I come on board as one of your Consultants because I had a bigger vision for myself. I thought if I could just get five of these types of client Bots, then I can have my own company and basically exceed whatever salary limit that they had offer and so long story short. They were paying me like a hundred dollars an hour for that role and I couldn't believe it. Actually I was shocked myself and I remember the first phone call number calling my sister saying you not I can't believe this, you know, but I negotiated this like Consulting deal with this company. And so that sort of led me down the path of and what this company needed was they wanted a US presence and they didn't know how to wage. Their business into the US market, so I was basically telling them how to do that and then that open other opportunities for me at that company. But yeah, that's how those are some of the things that I had done prior to launching pursue your purpose.

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How to Cultivate an Entrepreneurial Mindset with Tamiko Cuellar

The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

How to Cultivate an Entrepreneurial Mindset with Tamiko Cuellar

"All right. So to me go. Thank you so much for taking time off. Out of your busy schedule to talk with me today. If a pleasure angle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really glad to be here. One of the things that I really really wanted to Dig Inn on and learn from you today and have my audience calling from you was just around this concept in this conversation of what it means to really pursue your purpose. We just the name of your business and I think sometimes people mix up passion with purpose with Talent when you with all of these different definitions that are thrown at us all the time. So I think to start let's just get right into it and tell me I do pursue your purpose even come about Okay, so ironically pursue your purpose was not really intended to turn into a business. So okay the way it all started off was I was attending a particular Church many years ago probably almost a decade ago, and I noticed that there seemed to be a place for everyone to exercise their gifts, you know, whether there were a teacher or greeter or singer or musician, you know, there were all these different roles right and the church. Well, I could function in those things but it wasn't really an alignment with what I saw was most gifted in which was actually entrepreneurship and I thought well, what about all these other people who are sitting in the church who are like me where their gifts and their influence their anointing or the grace on their life is dead. Fully operational in the marketplace. So I was one of those people that was more suited to do business and to also raise up other people who were called to do the same thing. So I was just thinking how many more of those people are like me and so at that time I had been a business owner already for close to a decade and I wanted to be able to share my experience and my knowledge, you know just in the community and so I started hosting these meetings first. I asked my former Pastor off if he would allow me to start something some type of business or Marketplace Ministry and he was like sure and call it Kingdom preneur and I was like, okay ma'am. I can roll with that. So what I did was I started hosting monthly meeting in the public library. Right here in St. Louis and I started inviting people out not just people from the church, but also people from the community and it was a small group and people would come out Faithfully every month. They would come out and they would hear about like starting launching growing a business. So that's how I really hone my skills and how I started this because I really started to feel like this was more this would be less than the four walls of that church. And as a result, I started brainstorming one day with a friend and then I came up with this name pursue your purpose because I'm not all of our purpose is going to be like something and really spiritual or something. You know that we might think of when we think of like church or are calling in life is not going to always be something that appears to be spiritual but there are also people who are gifted to do what they're born to do outside of the church in within the marketplace so dead. How the name pursue your purpose was born? So that's interesting. What was your first business to me Co prior to pursue your purpose so prior to pursue your purpose. I I did a quite a few freelancing things today. They called them give entrepreneurs a gig for North where I would act as a consultant. I had also thought cold run a Roofing & Construction company. I was the administrative side of things a cold running that business. I had also found it a Tutoring company that remediated academic deficiencies between K and grades five and math and reading so I thought it was something that I did for a while because I'm really passionate about education and then there was also the past that the particular role that I had that sort of dead. Same way in to pursue your purpose with me actually taking a consultant role as like a small business developer and that came about because I was looking for a job actually at the time and I had just come out of corporate America and I was trying to reinvent myself off instead of looking for a job. I switched gears. It was just a moment where I just decided I don't want to work for anyone else. So there was a particular company that I had approached that was based in Tel Aviv Israel. And I was like, this is a really cool company was a text-based financial planning company, which was in alignment with my skill-set at that time and I am approached one of the founders and I say hey, I really love the concept of the business and I believe that my skills that can fit into what you all are doing. So I sent to my job And he was like great let's talk and then that ultimately led to him offering me a position there and I told him, you know, we'll instead of a position. Why don't we could talk about making me into a consultant and I come on board as one of your Consultants because I had a bigger vision for myself. I thought if I could just get five of these types of client Bots, then I can have my own company and basically exceed whatever salary limit that they had offer and so long story short. They were paying me like a hundred dollars an hour for that role and I couldn't believe it. Actually I was shocked myself and I remember the first phone call number calling my sister saying you not I can't believe this, you know, but I negotiated this like Consulting deal with this company. And so that sort of led me down the path of and what this company needed was they wanted a US presence and they didn't know how to wage. Their business into the US market, so I was basically telling them how to do that and then that open other opportunities for me at that company. But yeah, that's how those are some of the things that I had done prior to launching pursue your purpose.

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"dig inn" Discussed on The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

"Find out who is your target market? Who are you going to sell to, you know, there's a saying, you know, and I don't mean to be offensive, but if you don't sell ice to Eskimos right home and so you want to find out where you shine the brightest my advice is when people ask what you know, what should I do? Where should I go? Who should I spell to I always say find out what everybody else is doing and off and goes opposite direction because there are probably where you be there's a demand for you if it's over crowded there your Brilliance won't stand out. You need to go somewhere where your differences in your uniqueness will be appreciated. You are listening to the intelligence of great podcast G4 Grace or for resilience. I for integrity and T4 turn off the podcast were you learn from ordinary people who had the grit to do extraordinary things? I am your host Angel Watkins and I help people strategies and execute Purpose Driven businesses. Welcome back to the intelligence of great everyone today. I am interviewing Tamiko Cuellar. She is a speaker author and international business strategies her company pursue. Your purpose is a global firm that coaches high-performing Purpose Driven women Executives managers and Leaders with strategies to successfully transition into entrepreneurship. And with all that being said our conversation today is so down-to-earth and so authentic to Maaco shares a lot about her journey home what it means to reinvent yourself what it means to have resilience what it means to explore and learn about your own Brilliance. So I am so excited to get into this conversation. I believe God bless you. I believe you learn something from it. Let's get to it. All right. So to me go. Thank you so much for taking time off. Out of your busy schedule to talk with me today. If a pleasure angle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really glad to be here. One of the things that I really really wanted to Dig Inn on and learn from you today and have my audience calling from you was just around this concept in this conversation of what it means to really pursue your purpose. We just the name of your business and I think sometimes people mix up passion with purpose with Talent when you with all of these different definitions that are thrown at us all the time. So I think to start let's just get right into it and tell me I do pursue your purpose even come about Okay, so ironically pursue your purpose was not really intended to turn into a business. So okay the way it all started off was I was attending a particular Church many years ago probably almost a decade ago, and I noticed that there seemed to be a place for everyone to exercise their gifts, you know, whether there were a teacher or greeter or singer or musician, you know, there were all these different roles right and the church. Well, I could function in those things but it wasn't really an alignment with what I saw was most gifted in which was actually entrepreneurship and I thought well, what about all these other people who are sitting in the church who are like me where their gifts and their influence their anointing or the grace on their life is dead. Fully operational in the marketplace. So I was one of those people that was more suited to do business and to also raise up other people who were called to do the same thing. So I was just thinking how many more of those people are like me and so at that time I had been a business owner already for close to a decade and I wanted to be able to share my experience and my knowledge, you know just in the community and so I started hosting these meetings first. I asked my former Pastor off if he would allow me to start something some type of business or Marketplace Ministry and he was like sure and call it Kingdom preneur and I was like, okay ma'am. I can roll with that. So what I did was I started hosting monthly meeting in the public library. Right here in St. Louis and I started inviting people out not just people from the church, but also people from the community and it was a small group and people would come out Faithfully every month. They would come out and they would hear about like starting launching growing a business. So that's how I really hone my skills and how I started this because I really started to feel like this was more this would be less than the four walls of that church. And as a result, I started brainstorming one day with a friend and then I came up with this name pursue your purpose because I'm not all of our purpose is going to be like something and really spiritual or something. You know that we might think of when we think of like church or are calling in life is not going to always be something that appears to be spiritual but there are also people who are gifted to do what they're born to do outside of the church in within the marketplace so dead. How the name pursue your purpose was born? So that's interesting. What was your first business to me Co prior to pursue your purpose so prior to pursue your purpose. I I did a quite a few freelancing things today. They called them give entrepreneurs a gig for North where I would act as a consultant. I had also thought cold run a Roofing & Construction company. I was the administrative side of things a cold running that business. I had also found it a Tutoring company that remediated academic deficiencies between K and grades five and math and reading so I thought it was something that I did for a while because I'm really passionate about education.

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"dig inn" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

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"dig inn" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids

What If World - Stories for Kids

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids

"And you can get some feline dust for me. Now if howdy had been a little older or admitted a few more caps. He might have known that this was a dangerous Endeavor Hui. I'm going to get some Phenom doesn't I'm going to learn to fly seems like he's still had a few things left of how deep flop down on the deck of the boxy cat ship and immediately started slipping and sliding all over the place. His paws were to smooth out a script the deck and his nails were too soft to Dig Inn. He fell right into the side of the ship. Oh, at least this side of the ship is on soft and furry and makes an ass sound like wow, that's really cute. I wonder how they got the ship to make that sound. He closed his eyes and sunk into the comfortable side of the ship until Monday doesn't sound turned a little less Pleasant out. His eyes popped open change. What are you doing on my ship? Oh, hi there. You cat or something. You're off your furry and comfortable layout. Anyway, I just want some of your real and just so I can learn to fly. Do you know who I am kid? Well, I don't know you haven't told me I'm captain Crook and you are a stowaway on my crime ship. Oh a crime. She that sounds exciting. Well, it would be if we could still sell around what we thought we caught up all the sales and now I kind of stuck here. Not too bad. Anyway q7f feel Anderson. I'm just going to fly away with Pat a pan. And did you say found a pan? Sure. She my friend. She probably flying around here somewhere. She she real good Hatton cats searched the ship and keep your eyes in the Sky Dome if we can catch birds, we can certainly catch patty-pan. Hi what you want to catch her for? She's fun little too much fun. If you ask us off my grown-up cats, which means we don't have much patience for a little dogs. Okay, I'm going to lick you now and let's snuggle and howdy Puch started licking Captain Cook right on the nose and he licked his Fedora right off his head that he climbed inside that fedora hat and snuggled up inside of it. Hi. I'm being cute right now. I'm at you. Give me a tree. Yeah, you want to be in real cute? I'll give you a treat. All right, how do you open his mouth and spread across his mouth was filled with seawater. Happy Pooch was doggie paddling for dear life. It seems he'd been tossed in the motion. I can't swim all that. Well, he's he's purple legs don't really work. He was already coughing up seawater wage and more seem to get in there every time how to pay and can you give me a hand here? The patty-pan was sipping this way in that way all around the cat ship Kitty criminals were jumping this way in that some of them plugged into the see some of them landed on the torn-up sales and Scratched the whole way down catch that dog. You silly mugs, Captain Cook had put his Fedora back on and was quickly climbing up to the tallest Mast his eyes locked on Patty pan Patty. Look at how do you were starting to sink patty-pan looked over at him and started diving his way just is Captain crook took a dive of his own. He landed on Patty pan in mid-air. Now, I got you see wage and they were a wild clump of green fur and black and white fur flying and patches as they don't go faster and faster Splunk and splashed right next to whole body plz my little paws don't work. So well and then how do you poach was thinking he thought Self I bet I look really cute all wet like this my mom and dad probably give me a treat right now. He missed them so dearly he couldn't even remember why he'd ran off in the first place and suddenly he felt something long and slimy wrap around his chest. But now he thought and he was being pulled he couldn't tell whether it was up or down but then he was out of the water. It was being pulled faster and faster what is happening? He was coughing up water and he saw wrapped around him. Not a tentacle not seaweed but pink tongue quit your bellyaching howdy. It was Fred. He was joking wet his for her was sticking this way in that and he looked none too happy to be standing aboard this cat ship get up puppy. It's time we go back over here and it's we're closing in from all sides. And another cat suddenly scrambled on board Captain crook was back. Wow. So you brought a grown-up dog C think that's going to save you. He heard a Swish and saw Patty pan squash. Around the cat ship looking a little scratched up. But okay. Hi Patty little help, please. Are we still playing this is fun to hear them play time Patty playtime's over boring. See you guys later and she flew Fred. I don't get it. Why isn't she helping? She been a puppy all her life how they put each month. She understands despite time and naps, Fred. There's more important things in the world and play times and sometimes well can get home. And serious. Can it the cats were closing in their fur raised their claws extended their teeth bared. Ensure can howdy, but that's why we grown-ups going to be clever. Suddenly French tongue shot out. Again. It traced a wide circle around them pushing all the other cat's back until it reached Captain Cook and wrapped him up tight off. I see you got some scratches Captain Cook. Yeah. I got some scratches what.

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"dig inn" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Is a scallop Ceviche and it's so latin-inspired and so the collaboration on that, you know, it has a nice feel of what we both know and what we kind of grew learning through our Culture Club. From other cultures and companies so, you know you go you grow a different appreciation for a lot of you know for a lot of things like that when you talk about Europe, you know, I grew up on red beans and rice and on the show, you know on the show Vegas your prize fight when I started to compete I started to make things that I grew up learning from my grandmother and then things I learned from my travels wage. So I grew up in Black Eyed Peas. So I made a flasher relay of a black eyed peas with you know with poor. Yeah because it was a Twist on what I did on what I learned but it still managed to what I know. Exactly. Yeah cool. So you're saying the ceviche that's you have tested in Peru's a very different. So how different is it one of the first differences? They don't say Ceviche with a V. They say Ceviche wage was curated with a lot of lime to cook the ceviche. We're with the peruvians they make what they call a lecture today, which is the milk of a tiger and that is a combination of I Church. Fresh lime juice habanero cilantro and the bulbs of a red onion so you get the right part. And so when it's all blend together and then usually some white fish something like a flounder halibut biggest Blended in with it and we will use the fluke trim, you know, and then blend that and then strain it and that was the base for the ceviche and obviously a lot of salt and so the Peruvian live in the moment, so nothing is marinated, you know at the day before hours before that Ceviche gets tossed, you know, Deo or to order and then as a more squeeze of lime juice in and hominem daily flash red onions and I'm telling you like I would eat ceviche every single day. Wow. That's what I'm saying. When you travel you work you become a part of that culture and life almost like the Flesh of the fish of the Shelf. It's are like really slightly. I would say, you know in Brackets like cooked, you know with with the Citrus then cuz I'm back. Some recipes, whereas you you're right. That's the usually you leave, you know, it's almost like a marinade and you know, you have like, you know, those shrimps or fish or you know, scallops like staying in the in the marinade with Citrus for a bit longer. That's interesting. So beside travels, do you have other like urinary influences? And of course you run mother, you know friends of friends, you know, when I visit, you know friends restaurants, you know, we poach off each other, you know, we look at our views and our sets and you know, we, you know, exactly make their recipe, but then you're like, wow, I I give an example again going back to you know, my friend Chicago Eric, you know, when he was working on this restaurant he and I was working on his recipes and I loved mental cheese. And so let's talk quickly, you know about a burger and a burger you can find online. I wanted to make a really quick burger. And so I made a pimento cheese burger now, obviously, I take it out the time to make pimento cheese. You can find pimento cheese and your local Club. I love a really nice soft. Brioche bun. I made house maid pickles. Let's got some salty-sweet denotes and pimento cheese. What I that's what I call the caviar of the South and so Chef Eric wanted to put up with the cheese platter, you know and has been you with, you know, a little small biscuits and also cornbread and so we can compare it off and mental cheese with mine. I took my experience and working at a barbecue restaurant and I've met some Smokey notes in there. And so I added, you know, smoke jalapenos along with the pimentos to give a little bit more of a smoke flavor and because you know, I'm about the trip will be Beer Bourbon and BBQ so from time to time I may switch up the recipe and I'll throw some beer in there, you know with make a beer cheese, you know to a different flavor and where I got that from is that pimento cheese originated in Louisville and in my travels again, I love birth. I went to a bar I went to a bourbon bar and they put a some crackers and cheese in front of me and I didn't know what it was and I got was, you know told me it was complimentary and I take a sip of bullying and I started to Dig Inn. I was at home. Wow, this is great. And so I started to study what pimento cheese was and I'm like, well, I gotta have that and so that became a part of you know, my menu set and became you know, and digitally famous for a burger that created it, you know a month or so ago is a cheeseburger. So if you talk about the burger and then you you know, that will be your suggestions how like a like a home cook, you know, food enthusiastic and can prepare like a burger being like, you know, Lamar more style. That would be something with the pimento cheese. Where would you suggest them to do this, you know, especially in this time where a lot of people working at home, you know, I prefer, you know Franz Pettis cuz they're super thin they could quicker but you know, there are some recipes you can find online where I've done what I'm like the mama burger or you go to the store and you buy like the ground beef and ground chuck. You make your own nice Patty, you know see written in a nice hot pan Which is simple salt and pepper cuz I like the flavor the meat I like my burger medium wage. You know, you get a couple of slices some really good cheddar cheese. And you know again if you're not, you know looking to make a mental cheese done. I know Whole Foods has great pimento cheese, you can slap on there and house pickles, maybe some chips and fries on the song and their beer and I'm telling you guys some good eating with with a classical easy Burger to make it home. You would like a special sauce in the burger or know, you know, you know with the pimento cheese a Superbowl because the pimento cheese has mayo in there so I don't add anything else in there. So you get the creaminess of the mental cheese, you get a little bit of bike and saltiness from the pickles and then you have slices of cheddar on there just need that extra gooeyness and then you're going to toasted brioche bun with some butter. I mean who doesn't like butter on a bun, you know, and then you got the fat in this from from the from the burger patties and and you know, it's a lot of people obviously if you were beginning to put a Boca Burger on there or impossible Burger I used to do that too. That.

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"dig inn" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Nessa. Got a lot on my mind today. Not a lot of my mind got a lot on my mind got a lot on my mind mostly what's on my mind is just how long this year has been I mean, can you believe it? We've been quote unquote under house arrest for most of the Year by now. much determine double-check a lot of people feeling hopeless and and just scared and exhausted and just deep deep grief as much more things keep on unfolding not only in mainstream Media or with our local elected with the Mayors and governors and then many of us are feeling the Deep Pains of the reality that This is I mean when you keep hearing on conversations in mainstream media certain politicians seem like they're on a power trip and they just want to keep us locked down. I tell you it's not that much fun living in New York. What is fun is just the diversity and the spirit in New York is not going to go nowhere. We're tough or greedy, but we do have to dig Inn off to those ditches and and short teeth and bare teeth and deal with this grip because it's getting very real and as we move into the deeper colder months as we moved deeper into this month. the intuition the Spidey senses kind of just tell me that we might be have every day is going to be a revelation of sorts and it seems like it will be a continuous sort of mechanisms that just keep feeding Division and arguments. I mean God bless the American Spirit we can we can really share our perspectives and we do so so crass and and and even though sometimes that's not the best the freedom of being able to do that is kind of what I'm selling a it's kind of weird because now that I'm talking I'm starting to realize that some something funny is happening with my microphone as it fades in and out like a little circle. I just don't understand. This is what I am content creators have been dealing with and while I'm there on the subject of content creators, there has been such a great YouTube Purge that has affected some of the channels that I really enjoyed such as Sarah westall her YouTube channel got deleted destroying the dog. version that channel got deleted it's it's we're just living in those times where this is. This is really eye-opening. I'm trying to find a the list that has saved a list of everyone who had gotten. Deleted on YouTube. If memory serves me right cuz I'm trying to look for the list. Of course when you try to look for stuff. You can't find it. And I can't find it. So we're going to just have to go with that. But I know from memory Sarah westall destroying the illusion off of channels that covered qanon also got deleted. Of course the way it was portrayed in mainstream media. It was that it was all qanon channels. This is not true a lot of the channels that did get needed seem to be more on the conservative truth-seeking exploring side and it kind of makes it feel very very mysterious timing That these channels get deleted right before the election. and right around the time that some incendiary stories are making their way into mainstream such as happening with Biden Hunter Biden and those connections and then another story that seems to have dropped at the same time had to do with Looking for a cuz I don't want to misquote it. I believe it was a a Navy SEAL Team. that were still sort of like it's information that slowly trickling into the mainstream and if you think about it, cuz if you might be wondering what great like if there if the channels are talking about conspiracy theory let them get deleted fantastic, but it's not fantastic because it's not fun to just really be getting a certain point of view to be receiving a certain point of view. That seems to be so skewed. It's a point of view that it wants to convince you so strongly that they're right. They don't take accountability. They are always Shifting the blame they talk about equality but equality for who because it seems like a small percentage of people who are speaking of quality of living and very comfortable environment while the message is there they are preaching to the masses is, you know, share equal. Let's just sort of like it feels to me like you were you're preaching equality. They're preaching quality. Of poverty. It was very scary to me. So yeah, one of the questions that I saw on one of the feeds is the hunter Biden Rudy Giuliani story being sacrificed over the latest Benghazi Navy Navy Seal Team 6 cover up. So there's a lot there so you will wonder like you know, this is my big question. Like why do all these channels get deleted and let's not forget about that via Twitter obvious censorship situation that manifested where they censored a New York Post sort of story off. So isn't that ironic an established paper gets in a very popular one gets censored wage by Twitter that supposedly has nothing to do with you know, getting involved with these things. Right? They're they're neutral party. But we see that that's bullshit month because we see the Twitter hashtags. We see the mean conversations that are allowed on Twitter and how the critical thinking conversations seem to be dismissed. We don't want those. Oh, we do not want the population to think not not you should not think that is just no good for your health. We want you. To think.

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"dig inn" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"And going into work from 7 to 7 and not home lunch or not having anything and then open up my laptop again until midnight and kept doing that shit like know just know so I had to realize that because one day my husband and I were working at the time our kitchen and I just started crying. I was like they sent me this is amazing. This is uncomfortable. I don't like what's happening. I don't even know at that point. I didn't even know health-wise what was happening but like I wasn't sleeping wasn't eating. I did want to talk to people so full of anxiety and depression and like my voice. I taught always have a fast-paced but like it was this time to at all times and that was only a glimmer and what we're going on in my brain. And so when it comes to the mental health space is one is giving us the space to be like, yes. This is the condition that I have our situation or syndrome. It is not your identity and their job Also the other big thing that we we often Overlook that's been really insightful for me as I work in spaces. It's weird because we will have a very fine line between personal identity and career goal. But for some reason we think that our mental health in our workplace and our personal lives are separate and so interesting as I started to Dig Inn is understanding that attachment like we or off the first thousand days of your life are some of the most most foundational days of your life and can have a ripple effect across your entire life span. And so with the interesting space that I am excited to have a lot more conversation to do more research. It myself is around this idea of taxing of attachment Theory which really talks about your style and dynamic social dynamics in like your household and how we bring those into the workforce and it changes with our our Dynamics and engaging with other team members are our leadership behaviors and traits wage. As well as how we work on teams and how we see our role in org. So I think what's exciting about having these conversations is we're starting to uncover this information that's been out there but it's not approachable. Honestly, like i r e y papers cuz I need to for research but like I wasn't doing this before but there's so much information out there that can help us understand ourselves. And I appreciate you always being so transparent open because so many people are dealing with the same stuff and they won't talk about it and they feel so alone and they feel like it's all like it's all for naught but you've been such a walking testimony at like brush your shoulders off keep fighting with them to keep doing the work building your community and they'll take care of you. We we all in this together and and excited for us to act like it, you know. Yeah, I just God I'm so excited to watch your journey because like I just literally got goosebumps and I'm like trying not to cry off. Cuz I you hit on a lot there and I realize like there is a lot tied to how we're raised that really hinders Us in the workplace and like one of the big and like one of the biggest examples that I give people is that we're taught at home, you know, when we're going off to school, you know, put your head down and do your work and your work will speak for itself and that doesn't work in corporate not at all never did not know and so the game we were taught right and and maybe in our parents generation when you know affirmative action started and they really weren't trying to conceive. Anyway, the only real thing you had to talk for you was your work and so in some spaces and in some ways that seem to work but yep. I'm looking at my colleagues and peers now. There's so many examples. I see of black women like literally killing themselves putting in all these hours early in the morning late at night and there were awarded a little bit and it's a little bit and so then there's this idea. Well, it takes more I have to do more. I have to give more money in order to get further along and actually not only are you killing yourself in doing that if you're really only going to get so far because you spend all your time doing all that work, you're not building relationships and you're not playing the game optimally, right? And so I just wanted to teach people to think about it all differently and I never really tied it so much to hey, let me also ask my coaching clients. Like hey tell me how you grew up. But now that you said that I'm going to start digging into that tube. To connect dots for them more even more into how to shift their perception on how they tackle their work and building relationships so that they can continue to rise in corporate. I think that is so like nuggets nuggets. I want people to pay me for this episode, but that's okay. So funny you get the information. I just want to say something to be aware of and for anyone else that is a coach and is taking these nuggets and looking to employ them be very very careful playing there. There was a fine line between coaching and mentoring and we all need to collectively respect that line as someone who had a lot of coaching clients both informally and formally you can very often go down that slippery slope, especially if you are in a space where you especially if you have the ability to create a space for vulnerability and so it is go into that with God. What I do with my client, so what I would recommend for coaches to do with your clients, if you want to if if that stuff starts coming up is I for me and I actually I think I'm going to declare this from now on anyone on a one-on-one needs to be in therapy. And that is there for me. Like I'm not going to help you with your work stuff. Once I see that a lot of if I see like Monday five seventy-five 50% like if I see the majority of your issues is you and you don't have a therapist. I can't help you because if you were sitting there like I know I've had some clients call me and they're super defensive and they're super angry and there's all these things that they can't even hear me and what I'm telling them. Okay, it sounds like your boss is saying this. So here's how you should approach it and they're like, well, I don't know why I have to purchase that way. That's not my fault the same fare the I'm like, okay pause you're not ready for me. You need therapy. Do you have a therapist? Cuz if you don't I'm not fucking with you like I had to do that because yeah, you have to be in the right mental space to take this Challenge on call Corporate America. Yeah, yeah, it's a matter of self-awareness an introduction really to guard yourself and protect yourself. Yes. So if that's awesome, I've.

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"dig inn" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"So that we didn't personally as a concept changed, you know, got it got it love it. I have to adjust so let's talk about love. Okay. Have we all been in it? Yeah. Is it a thing? Hm? Is it a thing? Wow loaded questions? Okay. Well first I'm going to take my anxiety medication really takes maybe you start. Is it our energy? Is it the Dyke energy. That's making you anxious you're outnumbered. No, actually I'm surprised she comfortable around lesbians. I don't know of all of you identify as lesbians, but no no I used to be called on YouTube. I was like one of the lesbians. I was just like in that Circle through a me. So I mean you're wearing a plaid right now for all our listeners. Yeah, totally your next to a plant. Yeah. Yeah, actually the biggest Dig Inn near home. I won. That was like a phase with Jack literally only hung out with lesbians for like six months and then he had a breakdown and was like, I don't want to hang out with like oh years. I you know, I'm talking about like during your Gap via like that summer. Well, I guess yeah two years. Yeah fear. Everyone should have a lesbian gay. So I'm going to have to take another Gap year one wasn't enough. No. So love does it exist. Oh, yeah for sure this of course it exists. Does it? Yeah, I think totally what do you mean I I just don't think oh, I just don't think that there's like sorry no offense. I know you're married. But I think that does like a long time. I feel like being with the same person for fifty years seems impossible to at least me. Feel like it when I changed so much. Yeah, is it that it seems impossible or just undesirable? I guess undesirable. Yes, so right but like I don't I don't see myself wanting to do that like on purpose. You know what I mean? Yeah. No, I get it. I mean after my divorce when my wife and I the way we first got together she was also getting divorced and we're both like I don't think that marriage is something that people should do and off I was like, I think I only want to be in relationships for like Max five years and then move on to the next one and really it doesn't make sense to be with one person forever or to get married and then like from that night neither of us dated anyone else and then got married. So as lesbians do Yeah Yeah Yeah Song Only so much control you have what changed for you? What going from the mindset of I don't want to be with anyone longer than 5 years. How long have you been with your wife for years a little over four years? Okay. So coming up we're approaching a critical of critical juncture..

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"dig inn" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Include neuroscientists therapists professors coaches authors yogis speakers entrepreneurs and those who believe in a bigger battery life can be found at the intersection of mindfulness and science join me as we nerd out with a little bit of Soul. The love is viral show is a lived media production. Macy Johnson has come to the conclusion that it's not the digital age or social media that has become a problem in today's society. But rather it's the user error stuff off my rumination shipped with it and the intention behind how we use it to connect. Please see as an award-winning essayist editor and journalist with a deep in training for human beings and a fiery passion for smacking her readers in the face with life unlocking truth. She writes reports boldly and introspectively about topics to challenge the status quo in the Realms of fulfilling relationships and mental health popular culture women's issues and the nuances of self optimization in this episode. We discuss how social media has contributed to higher suicide rates the importance of seeing past the stage post and staying authentic on social media why we need to be aware of how the content we can see affects our mood and mental health and the challenge parents are facing raising kids and how to support them all they discover who they are not who anyone else wants them to be Lucy Johnson has worked with a diverse range of authors song. And spiritual thought leaders including Deepak Chopra Daymond, John and Gabrielle Bernstein. She founded the Wonder report in 2018 and her words could be read in a variety of top print and digital media sources including Cosmopolitan Marie Claire popsugar o the Oprah Magazine and others many of which have been syndicated by Apple news MSN and Yahoo! Millions of times places also deep in the process of authoring her first month which vividly explores and reveals her unexpected Evolution through pregnancy and new motherhood. Let's Dig Inn. Hi, this is Janette Snyder and welcome back to the love is viral show. I am so happy to have with me today Lacy Johnson. Thank you for joining me. Yay. So happy to be here. I do you always I know we have such a deep conversations from the very first one. Yeah, Lacy interviewed me for peace. When it my book first came out and like we ended up like just hitting it off and I was pregnant and we were tucked for like two hours and I remember I had another like interview for another story afterwards and I was just like don't even care like I'm not I'm going to give myself like ten minutes to prepare because I I'm just soaking up every delicious second of this conversation. That's how I feel too when we have when we talk because I feel like we both have a love of words, right and we both have found ways to express very deep emotions and very deep feeling through words and connects with people in the page. And that's one of things I love about your craft and I just I love following you. I love what you're about and you dead. You recently were interviewed and you've been talking a little bit about this out there in the world, especially with what's going on with our lovely Global pandemic about social media and I was like, okay we have to have this conversation because this is something that I'm struggling with and I've got little people at home who are learning their relationship with technology and we took a time where the only way to connect in a lot of ways is digitally but who are we any more? Yeah, that's that's you know, I've actually been fascinated by this subject for a few years. I've written I wrote a few essays about social media and my relationship with it and observations. I've made with friends and and experiences we've had together. I thought wrote a reported piece believe it was last summer for popsugar with Dr. Kevin Gilliland who's just this incredible psychologist and author and we had such a great conversation about how there's there's some thoughts that reveal that social media has contributed to an increased suicide rate and there's a lot we could talk about with that but it's affecting people of all generations and even more so I mean I've been passionate about this subject before 2020 and now it's like it's confusing for me and I struggle because I also have written pieces for Oprah Magazine and popsugar about ways to date online and I'm like, okay, so I have this issue with our digital lives, but then I'm also encouraging it and what I I've the conclusion I I've arrived at is that it's it's not the it's not the social media. It's not the are, you know necessarily even our digital age. It's user error. It's our relationship. With it and it's Our intention behind connecting like you know what I mean that a hundred percent really have to look at and it's the same way. I mean, honestly if you think about alcohol itself is not bad shopping is not bad sex is not bad, but all of those things can be expressed and inexperienced in a way that could be very harmful to a person. I love that because you know, I'm creating software, right so and and we're using technology and I someone was asking me about my relationship with it because within our app, you know, we want people to use it and with from our perspective. It's always been about Humane technology. And as I was thinking more about it, and the way we presented to people in the way we have people interact through it down on how we have our own relationships with social media. One of the things I came to is very similar like technology and social media our net neutral. They are a platform. They are a tool they are dead. Amazing way to connect and possibly serve but it's all in how you use it and much like anything else almost like how advertising, you know creates these beautiful images and these ways of believing, you know, the way we look we should this way or we should buy this or we should have this kind of perception or opinion about X. It's happening. I think with social media as well and I'm curious like when you talk about user error like what advice would you give I think especially I feel like think it's across gender, right? Oh, yeah, but I think a lot of young women and especially girls when they're coming to social media like they're they're using it based on their peer group that you how do you explain user error? How do you explain like a healthywage approaching and that that's sort of a conundrum because it's like I feel like and also like with Generation Z which was being greatly affected by the suicide rate. There's a lot of bullying and their.

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"dig inn" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Include neuroscientists therapists professors coaches authors yogis speakers entrepreneurs and those who believe in a bigger battery life can be found at the intersection of mindfulness and science join me as we nerd out with a little bit of Soul. The love is viral show is a lived media production. Macy Johnson has come to the conclusion that it's not the digital age or social media that has become a problem in today's society. But rather it's the user error stuff off my rumination shipped with it and the intention behind how we use it to connect. Please see as an award-winning essayist editor and journalist with a deep in training for human beings and a fiery passion for smacking her readers in the face with life unlocking truth. She writes reports boldly and introspectively about topics to challenge the status quo in the Realms of fulfilling relationships and mental health popular culture women's issues and the nuances of self optimization in this episode. We discuss how social media has contributed to higher suicide rates the importance of seeing past the stage post and staying authentic on social media why we need to be aware of how the content we can see affects our mood and mental health and the challenge parents are facing raising kids and how to support them all they discover who they are not who anyone else wants them to be Lucy Johnson has worked with a diverse range of authors song. And spiritual thought leaders including Deepak Chopra Daymond, John and Gabrielle Bernstein. She founded the Wonder report in 2018 and her words could be read in a variety of top print and digital media sources including Cosmopolitan Marie Claire popsugar o the Oprah Magazine and others many of which have been syndicated by Apple news MSN and Yahoo! Millions of times places also deep in the process of authoring her first month which vividly explores and reveals her unexpected Evolution through pregnancy and new motherhood. Let's Dig Inn. Hi, this is Janette Snyder and welcome back to the love is viral show. I am so happy to have with me today Lacy Johnson. Thank you for joining me. Yay. So happy to be here. I do you always I know we have such a deep conversations from the very first one. Yeah, Lacy interviewed me for peace. When it my book first came out and like we ended up like just hitting it off and I was pregnant and we were tucked for like two hours and I remember I had another like interview for another story afterwards and I was just like I don't even care like I'm not I'm going to give myself like ten minutes to prepare because I I'm just soaking up every delicious second of this conversation. That's how I feel too when we have when we talk because I feel like we both have a love of words, right and we both have found ways to express very deep emotions and very deep feeling through words and connects with people in the page. And that's one of the things I love about your craft and I just I I love following you. I love what you're about and you dead. You recently were interviewed and you've been talking a little bit about this out there in the world, especially with what's going on with our lovely Global pandemic about social media and I was like, okay we have to have this conversation because this is something that I'm struggling with and I've got little people at home who are learning their relationship with technology and we took a time where the only way to connect in a lot of ways is digitally but who are we any more? Yeah, that's that's you know, I've actually been fascinated by this subject for a few years. I've written I wrote a few essays about social media and my relationship with it and observations. I've made with friends and and experiences we've had together. I thought I wrote a reported piece believe it was last summer for popsugar with Dr. Kevin Gilliland who's just this incredible psychologist and author and we had such a great conversation about how there's there's some thoughts that reveal that social media has contributed to an increased suicide rate and there's a lot we could talk about with that but it's affecting people of all generations and even more so I mean I've been passionate about this subject before 2020 and now it's like it's confusing for me and I struggle because I also have written pieces for Oprah Magazine and and popsugar about ways to date online and I'm like, okay, so I have this issue with our digital lives, but then I'm also encouraging it and what I what I've the conclusion I I've arrived at is that it's it's not the it's not the the social media. It's not the are, you know necessarily even our digital age. It's user error. It's our relationship. With it and it's Our intention behind connecting like you know what I mean that a hundred percent really have to look at and it's the same way. I mean, honestly if you think about alcohol itself is not bad shopping is not bad sex is not bad, but all of those things can be expressed and inexperienced in a way that could be very harmful to a person. I love that because you know, I'm creating software, right so and and we're using technology and I someone was asking me about my relationship with it because within our app, you know, we want people to use it and with from our perspective. It's always been about Humane technology. And as I was thinking more about it, and the way we presented to people in the way we have people interact through it down on how we have our own relationships with social media. One of the things I came to is very similar is like technology and social media our net neutral. They are a platform. They are a tool they are dead. Amazing way to connect and possibly serve but it's all in how you use it and much like anything else almost like how advertising, you know creates these beautiful images and these ways of believing, you know, the way we look we should look this way or we should buy this or we should have this kind of perception or opinion about X. It's happening. I think with social media as well and I'm curious like when you talk about user error like what advice would you give I think especially I feel like I think it's across gender, right? Oh, yeah, but I think a lot of young women and especially girls when they're coming to social media like they're they're using it based on their peer group that you how do you explain user error? How do you explain like a healthywage approaching and that that's sort of a conundrum because it's like I feel like and also like with Generation Z which was being greatly affected by the suicide rate. There's a lot of bullying and their birth.

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"dig inn" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

POSITIVELY JOY

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

"If your rest doesn't go with me and that's how I feel when I get in my kitchen, which I call my second prayer room. I feel as if I had left the busyness of life. I've gotten into my tent of meeting. And I'm meeting with God and I'm having fun and praying through it. But I'm meeting with God for his glory and his rest goes with me. It's amazing. I highly recommend it. So now I'm alert and three bread for bread sticks bread or sixth grade and I put like Dig Inn it off and I put I'm having a lot of fun now now the bread so so first of all, so you quoted that scripture that I think some people can't connect with because we don't make bread anymore we go to the grocery store and we buy bread right and so we don't really think about grain or flour a blessing beyond your grain or blessing you really think about that because we don't really know how to do it. We have it done it I've made right before I used a bread machine find out right away when I discovered dead. How much and listen you guys gals? It's easy bread is so forgiving. Hm. It's so easy. Let's talk about the kind of bread. So it's not just any bread. It's and you and I'm going to I make mispronounce it but is it is it challah bread or do you see a branch off and it's the bread with the braids. You just talk about three braids for braids sixth grade. So not only are you and and it's interesting that you say that bread is forgive because yeast scares me I can help you with that. I think I'm going to do something wrong, but not only are you having to figure out making sure that you got the right proportions of life. Then you have to know how to braid and make it look good. So but when you're doing that though, you're not just and you tell me if I'm wrong, but you're not just doing it just to make the bread or for you to get the glory wage. You're doing it for him. And I'd imagine if I were to do it and I really want to try and maybe we can get back on its own call and I could do it with you. Would that be fun? I think so we can arrange that.

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"dig inn" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on Pantheon

"Yep, Roc. Despite the lack of success that they were seeing with their albums. They still had their fans and they still had a following that couldn't be ignored and this included getting the attention of Alan Arkin Dead who was set to direct an upcoming film that eventually become rock rock and roll High School Rodger Corman seen by many as the pope of Pop Cinema was looking to produce a modern teen film. He's worked on a slew of B movies like Death Race 2000 the fourth race. Mm. Oh that was a terrible movie. Yeah, because I don't be moved. I saw that in the theater right after I watched Bangkok Dangerous featuring Nick Cage. Sounds amazing horrific also great job, but also her affect. That's what I'm looking for. That was a double feature to end all double features. Oh my god. I've actually never seen Death Race 2000. Don't it's not good. However is one of the few movies I have seen where Sean Bean dies. So interesting anyway, so wage requirements done a bunch of B movies. Yeah, there you go. Initially. He wanted a film the to be called heavy metal kids and be centered around Todd Rundgren job because that's sort of a source heavy metal kids Todd Rundgren like weasel his way to everything. Everybody's story like calm down Todd damn talk to everyone else just have the story for a minute. Okay, go some Todd Rundgren. Yeah, we know get it sit down fortunately there were scheduling conflicts. So he was like, well, let's call it disco high and have it centered around that musical crazy. Oh, no, like no finally, it was decided to be called rock and roll High School. And it was between the Ramones and Cheap Trick. Wow, okay, the hard decision. Yeah, really the former one out. I mean don't get me wrong Cheap Trick is great. But time in a place and rock roll High School, ain't it? Hmm, but this movie is some fun goofy times. I've never seen it but I watched a couple of clips and it's just it's just a fun job will be movie Good Time film, which is good because the remotes not really known for their acting skills Duty ended up with only one line, which was dead in the whole movie and it was hey Pizza, it's great. Let's Dig Inn. I want to know how many how many takes they had to do before he got it right. I think it was at least like fifteen. I got I'm not kidding were definitely several takes for him to get it. I don't even know if that was the proper. Was it a pizza. It's great. Let's take it. It's going to be my go-to for like everything. That's okay. Yeah, that's great. Let's do get home and as everything else in the Ramones career to this point, the movie was critically well-received but didn't do anything commercially even with DD's for a into action pack. It was so critical to him Pizza. How can you like say no to that? Let's dig in that could be because the film was not well promoted. But in life has gone on to be a favorite among cult movie fans, right? So it's still near and dear to many hearts. I need I need to see this. Yeah, we rarely should watch this and we have to water fall when he says his pizza Line Pizza. Great. Let's see again.

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"dig inn" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

The JV Sports Show

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"dig inn" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

"Interact with bomb Kim's poll question on 10/16, That's 10:16, And while you're there check out Bobcats bottom line at 10:16 a.m. Let's get funky on a Saturday morning. Ladies and gentlemen, the JV Sports show off begins now here all your co-host James booming and Vince d'alessio. Welcome back to the JV Sports show. Beautiful Saturday morning here in the Valley of the Sun James Pugh be alongside. My co-host Vince Eliseo. That was fantastic man. I don't know what else to say fence about that life is something else. I don't know if he just sits in his house like all night and just has the windows drawn, you know reality. Yeah, there's no reality to just out there. Just whatever comes to mind. He hits record and he starts talking head is nice little techno. I'm just oh, I love it. Yeah, we gotta have them on anyway. All right. Well, welcome back James May I please introduce our next guest that you work with this guy. Well, we are pleased now to be joined by the voice of the lady Runnin Rebels basketball team of UNLV. He also has a bunch of other gigs. His name is Jim Wilson and police to bring him on the show now Ben. How are you today, sir? He needs to call in. Okay? Yeah, it's great to have y'all we appreciate it. We're going to call a little more soccer tonight, and I wanted to get a little information from you. As far as your area has he called in? Okay. We need you to call in Bend, please. Did you have the number to call into our studio so we can get you on our radio? So yeah, let me send it to you right now. Sorry, buddy. Yeah, right. All right. So anyway James tells give us a little bit of background James on on been and what he's done where he's been dead ends been with the Mountain West Conference for a couple of years. Now, I believe he's also done some stuff with the SEC network on ESPN some baseball. I know you did some stuff from Missouri, is that correct, man? Yeah, okay. So it done some work with Missouri and then also James beni's is doing some things with you guys are calling soccer. How long has that been going on James? We actually started that back in a spring we both do a gig for a company called Spock we're able to do remote broadcasting from our homes and then they provide us basically part of a feed a master feed and then we we provide English commentary cuz there's a lot of leagues and stuff around the world that prefer to have English commentary along with whatever their native language, Terry is and so Ben and I are just pleased to be able to provide that so it's good stuff man. Where are you from? I'm from Wisconsin originally it's been kind of a interesting path to Las Vegas. But yeah, I mean I appreciate you guys having be honest just crazy ten months really sick. I moved took the gig with the Mountain West and a few other conferences back in October of last year. So feels like that was about ten years ago. The reality is it's only been about ten months. But yeah, I kind of kind random house at James and I getting to to work together. I think it's just a great example of how you did into this pandemic and nothing's going on and I think all of us who work in the industry just dead so that's person wanting to have games to call and so through a lot of these some of these start-up companies like the one James and I work for you you have the opportunity to do games and other countries, which is something you wouldn't ever expect but it's also shown that at the same time. I feel like it's a good lesson for people in the business and broadcasting anywhere. You still learn a lot about these players. They all have really dead. Been stories. They just happened to be in a country. That doesn't get a lot of coverage that most of us would never think of covering. So it's you know, it's been a good experience it keeps you active doing games kind of almost like offseasons repetition so to speak but it's been a lot of fun so far and looking forward to getting back to Las Vegas to and we're hoping to go back to work. I do work for serious damage as well have the NFL season starting of course, which is big in Vegas with the sports betting industry. So that is is on the horizon as well. Ben rewind a little bit of tell us when you first got the broadcasting but because I don't even know this myself even having worked with you. When when did you first kind of discover broadcasting and figure out that hey, this is something I'm really passionate about life through this. Yeah for me James one of those things where knew was something. I always wanted to get into and I ended up going to University of Missouri. I think you had mentioned that I bought a second ago. That was one of the places I worked for the recipe see network and just something that fell in love with right away. My first gig was actually doing play-by-play for the Missouri volleyball team and just getting that experience traveling with the team being part of the ins and outs of just covering a program on a daily basis at the college level first was just so much fun and and doing all sorts of stuff in that area first that's where I got my start in the mid Missouri area. So a lot of high school. I know you guys cover the Nai lot of a football wage. When I first started out so that that's kind of how things began for me and I have family in Las Vegas and I my grandmother lived there for a really long time and and having some connections there sort of helped me move out the house and I love it out here. It's it's great as far as so many different conferences. I do games for the big West as well in that, you know the whole California Arizona Nevada footprint. So it's real easy to age level do games for four different networks. And yeah, it's one of those things. I've never really envisioned doing anything else. So been a lot of fun how much prep time is involved with getting ready for one game? No, it's a good question. I think let's just say you're doing college basketball. For instance from scratch. Let's say you haven't seen either team. I think the next gig I have which I'm not sure if it'll actually happen is a Thanksgiving tournament Dig Inn in Orange County. And I think I think Oakland is one of the teams in their Fresno State. Let's say I'm doing Oakland Fresno State Men's Basketball if I'm starting from scratch going through every player. They're complete history all that if it's go information, obviously, but also any interesting storylines about our background anything they do extracurricular that I think would add to the broadcast when you think about all those things combined with the team history coach history all of that probably looking at about six to eight hours or so per team. When when I start completely from scratch I have big challenge for us. I feel like as broadcasters when you're in a really busy part of your job. Trying to condense that but if I've got a lot of time and I've got one game I'll go pretty heavy on that. I can condense it and do maybe 3 to 4 hours of Team. Especially now with the holiday season is incredibly busy for us. Yeah, usually calling the tournaments. Yeah. I used to have a couple of different Thanksgiving tournament. So yeah on average it ends up being in that pack 12 hour range when you get into football that's that's a monstrous and everyone usually college football. So it ends up being, you know, three four hours over a few days each and and excess of one of the last gigs I had before the shutdown. So prepping for XFL games. Yeah that that's probably in that $12 range or so. Let me tell you I've learned a lot from been just doing a few games over the last few months as far as cuz his prep is absolutely phenomenal you think, you know, we get some good words from OU AZ over there and we'll some information he has information that you home. Even.

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