16 Burst results for "Don Ladies"

"don ladies" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

06:34 min | 5 months ago

"don ladies" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Two romeo belong on a can of disposal arsenal. Kinda for the top four. Now let's start with leicester city. They just missed out again last year. Robin the last night was an it yet because the chelsea chelsea not spot in fifth to i just got through the spaghetti Daca definitely be like a like a like the look at that signing bubba. Cari samari from lil. Yeah and ryan bertrand interesting returns from southampton note disney's hot departures Christian was morgan The that were really the key to the last season anyway. what do you think rob. What do you think in terms of goods scouting great money great ship combinations of your trump. Yeah yeah let's the city of a tough fool plus one by the way anyone else. Anyone doesn't advocate of out of a consistent season. This team are good enough to be to to took to mix it in that. Now you police. Football contaminate. So some fifty. Some you still in my today within whether that weather focuses with what got raw with the recruitment with the money on the options with which he can play in the way different ways you can play that got transfer foreigner injury in the preseason is real blow gone and it's like. Yeah which will sit sitting in a public closer to christmas in before Shame see rob a woman in two thousand sixteen sixteen and soon as fueled beijing the football club in lot. We will not allow said. It's not least team. Just wanna keep going and going. And um i think it again. They'll be in your. I think i don't think they're going to challenge shift. It's helpful rob. I think given what we just talked about that forced pretty strong. That we've just in the last question there. And i think they've all upped their up that game their squad neces- fans might be a little nervous. James madison doesn't go. 'cause there's talk about him is hours of awesome. Yeah i think we talked to any rav about the importance of a good start. I looked injuries the already we know about. What if athanasios combat for a long time Still john evans is out. James justin his out rob timothy. Catania is out in the salon defenders on the injured list straight away. So i feel for them but i i just don't think we're going to see them pushing his heart as i did the last couple of seasons given given the others and the the thing that passing duckers is interesting but yeah i think he was the the austrian buddhism deposit here twenty. Seven goals ruben. Twenty appearances something windsor. As a hot hot striker. The i think's going to be rid exciting and it might just be another less acidity little find what. Maybe i'll find because people know about him but they're the ones that often by the players when they are the other teams white for the finished article they go in there and buy it did with a farner and many many others so daca is a region. Yeah undressing and i hear you get injuries mother. You're the challenges if you per Brandon's small plays will becoming living jewish Forever so others. but they'll increase. They can teach installed robert in being around. Talk six after five six weeks. This season honestly Mentality that foot local ally if we're gonna burst awful also Them you can stay down that we have been new breed. Well that's interesting because actually the two teams that were talking about in in this question who can shutting down to say. Let's spurs job. If you're okay with that show finished last season blindly. Where do we start with that some way to start the first. Mike is a lawyer by the way raw. The first thing is the manager. And i'm going to. I'm going to go through the names that didn't take the jaw. Nainggolan was in early Person that they they couldn't just whites comes to football club since then we've had been rogers antonio say we have fonseca. We have got to so there was big talk. Know in the middle of some other pacino is gonna come back to the cub rob and they sat on a. I'm gonna say a solid choice in new espirito center before everything else about plaza and all that. What do you think to the why. The club has handled the manager situation. I'm wanting to nuno spurs. You missed out ill most. Then you data be its decision left in the studio go But yeah i mean. This isn't that the big six job how know wanted you knew not to take it. It's like david moyes been giving just not only physically never come around again but in anyway way you want it in the in the shape which one this is a focal rob. The again this season is gonna be fascinating. They could be part of the trump six over sixteen th in the league. I'm telling you if hurricane goes buying minimum spending don lady designs with only they've lost over the pandemic in the state they hold the money back. This is is very very different from where they would use it. Too many players rob So something today about the malan. They think he was arrested. The bail money and any enlisted at spurs place. He'd been bullish him the bail money and allow every play on. That ball. wanted to love you. You're still thinking you see any. You don't know spurs plays it the moment these very few of coma and say i'm good with any subsidies with me. I think it'd be a little bit a little bit..

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"don ladies" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"don ladies" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"We've been here for weeks and no it doesn't make any sense I thought about the time it takes to load and unload ship and even Was speaking with done. Danko bounded In in running the nodong ankles books and north spain or older but we looked at the time it takes to process and ship who should have come in one of the two directions by now so frustrated that In danko seems to say we'll we'll keep waiting. Were not in a hurry win. And they say well. Why can't we go into the board In dan danko refuses But also it's where are all. The ships is a google to. They run out of gold. Danko said that would have been big news a that. Eventually we would have heard he would have heard about it So yeah you just a little bit like a bell ringing that's That's from the crew. That means there's something's been cited. Thank goodness hopefully. it's something let's head up today. may might be just a drill the lady which beard because we had wow those drills could be could be dawn. How hello don dangle Oh sorry i forgot it was supposed to like a laker. I'm allowed to start on dankali a question my ability to say hello to you. It's me. Aw lay which is right behind me. that's good. Aw oh hello lady which beard Head up is great. News was ship approaching. It's low in the water. Korean currents carrying it right towards us So we're going to prepare to grapple and In to ship and it'll be it would look out fast. it's moving. it's almost here. And we've done a lot of grappling drills but not with a real ship So don lady which rhythm liquid look dislike another training exercises. Well okay ennobled later. Which i want you stay on board our ship. I don't want you boarding the other craft That's an order. Yes done danko blue. Dan danko could. I board the other craft if needed. Sure sure You could just follow you have a you have commanders so just follow your orders okay. Let locate. I'm gonna get ready. I get dan danko. Can i tell.

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"don ladies" Discussed on Pfadi uf d'Ohre

Pfadi uf d'Ohre

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on Pfadi uf d'Ohre

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"don ladies" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"It was not fit for tat. Lovely writer in london. Time as we said. Emma duncan when zoom meetings get boring. Just say dawn it. She says the struggle to bed tension and online meetings means that. I'm spending a lot of time with the kind of threat you don't find on twitter in real life meetings. You condemned to sit still with a expression a thoughtful interesting you face when we people are banging on zoom meeting. There's nothing to stop you. Giving the temptation to rome. While appearing to be fascinated by the debate of structural economic reforms you can read indian. Newspapers recess fabrics. I've now cracked the problem in recent meetings. I found myself didn't disconsolately the moth hold my jumper so gone out of sewing kit and started donning donning ladies and gentlemen. We talk about this. I mean as i said before in down socks. But can you. Don on depends. That's the big question. So she got out the sewing kit and started dawning bingo donning. It turns out occupies bits of my brain. That meetings don't and stocks my fingers taking me down. Rapper wholesome wikipedia so this something pleasing about willing away. The long hours of the twenty first century with a very nineteenth century activity. I think this is the thing these. This is gen. Z is at doing there more. Hardy bunch here than reading lovely article which we may be talking about some point next couple of days about Gen z is and how much hardier than the millennials And these gen. Z is going for a tough time at the moment they have to do schooling home Then it back to school than back at home so they have to be much more resilient but you know maybe that's a whole thing. Maybe the donnas the next generation of donna's could be the gen zia's. That's that's my hope. I mean this is the big thing. On the podcast. Yorkshire puddings yorkshire pudding association. America kicked off last week. That's one big thing. Donning is the next donnas of america the gen z dom of the future. That's what we're looking for okay. So this should have made it into trump trombones but it's just is even is even better is even better than trump from so anguished ray pizzas. Says he's at his wit's end off the space alien. Zap dismisses with a path lasted right which turned into a toffee. crisp. Radio. insists there were. No problems is twenty and marries to instead. He might come home thursday night to find his wife missing with a mysterious talk crystal in the kitchen floor there. Twenty two million dollar five veteran house. I mean you think the two million dollar five bedroom house they might have gone for You know a beautiful swiss chocolate. You know something like serious. What would the milk with came from alpine cows us and thank and the cocoa flaked two goals instead of the humble toffee crisp. The sixty two year old former security manager from brentwood essex at hates toffee. Chris and so two line. There's no other way would be one in the house so then it struck me have been some weird lights over a house most recent. Ufo's most probably so it made perfect sense links being turned into a toffee crisp by some aliens. Special reagan former boxing club owner. Ray said he worked into the early hours of friday scrubbing kitchen. In case there was any space contamination left by the moon men. The scrap dealers said. I was also forced to roll up the whole carpet and fraud in the just in case there was radioactive blowback from the ufo. There's any cctv may chucking a rolled up rug into the heavily. That explains that Four freelance lender. Ray said with judah fly out holiday to gran canaria for fortnight. I would hardly have put the holiday. If i'd been planning to kill would i. Not anyone mentioned are being killed. She's being tend to do a cross toffee by space aliens. So if you've got a super lasers zappa to if you got the super lays over. I mean that would melt the chocolate and toffee. I'm you'd have a molten chocolate toffee mess on the floor. it wouldn't be a whole toffee crisp. It would be ten molten because there's a space apple so we can't be her as a toffee chris. I'm sorry you know. I'm gonna put my judges wiggle wig and i say this chap's guilty unless he findings and maybe malls bar carry amac or or or twelve. I mean i mean anything counter medicine it would be melted the floor the terrible mass. You'd be mopping david bleach. So there is a new show coming on very soon Regarding henry the first wife catherine of aragon but little do people know that he married his brother's widow so when april the twenty first fifty nine the day everyone had been dreading arrived. Henri to to succumb to two burglars and his sons succeeded him. The seventy zero prince henry became prince henry. The eighth king henry awkwardly one of the first acts was to marry his brother's widow. Catherine of baragan is fitting. That's the first thing is did as king was to get married because of the twisted history henry. many ways would be the thing he ultimately became most famous for. But there is. There is a show coming on Very very soon about catherine of aragon And an absolute absolutely fascinating because apparently catherine walls. Henry's favourite wife. And i think the show is going to depict that so. Japan's high tech laboratory is privy to your vital signs. The japanese companies developing a high-tech intelligent laboratory that will help Health tips and warnings by using artificial intelligence to analyze human waste. The wellness toilet will provide the equivalent of the medical checkup. Every time he uses sits down senses in the seat or record a person's pulse and blood pressure while technology embedded in the ball. Not abou- will take stolen. Urine samples analyzing vara connections referred to it as the internet of toilets. Navigator uses will receive feedback. 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"don ladies" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"By anyone. Is this the quantity. Says the on top of the roof for three sons and says let anybody know that you can't do that The best sounded quarterly by an down. They want sit. It's the loner whose own child on the rocky five. I think that says the live is going to put you in your knees up to you to stand up for keep going so anyway. We'll be can be a powerful resource to make people go and keep going. I mean it's time we underestimate towel. Mesut show we'll powerful and carey so many people in be assisting award the trump we on entertainer. We have We had to keep on mind. That that's always leva can be can kentucky with all the people nest we also mindful. That's why the lights on the like movie. I like to being moving. That's too much it's bad. I don't like as i wanted to believe. Such supplies me hawkeness. Such for example. We were trying to make. The one is seen in foster back. Gather spied the my life. I totally the director and producer. What movie spot in. My life especially veto is any gone. After he served in italy in serving america and then that is some jews wife. is going to get there and find out human shafi situation and thing so support for message and we need to leave it there. I don't like it was happening. Might do like to share the message. Oh right on the. It's a it's happened everywhere. It's opera now in sometimes. People don't see the can be the person behind you beside you. That's best nestlings yes. Is this a new movie. That's coming out and wendy We have People join the board. The leg baytown we have elements case that we are talking to another brand washer to sponsor the movie The team is trying to secure the funding. Your idea defunding. There was a march twenty much descending. Training was not the best month right now so Now we are beckon truck team Tense later as later. Ten movie the want to produce these one of them. Okay awesome so what you tell me a time when you had maybe a failure and how you what you learn from it how how you got over it. While during the process to become a special forces captain. I got several failures. Because sometimes you do something wrong. They just because the only way to do that slurred for failure and But don lady or destroy you you still got still has something in my mind. That will soften some situation. I'm going to me You trust the justice to try to go forward and then have this thing's killian destroy you in the business asks the march fed or of course you have a lot of nil when you do a casting when you got sean you gotta bashing the accent on the beginning was something will stop me now because i was afraid that my see people are watched me and that's what this guy says especially in georgia and it was kind of my strong strongpoint. That's my accent. Yeah i can't cut the oxen to finding do an acting part cut doc center not totally erase that they can Podesta cow by never felt out of place. I never fell to this. He got somebody say all one of the country..

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"don ladies" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So I assume that's a lot of questions on what's number two that you're told is of importance to get the deal done. Okay, so actually, number three preseasons number two if you consider economics in testing. Well, that was one be. Hey, I'm just put them on the tears, Right? Love. Here's NFL likes to operate. Okay, Okay. All right. So we got 2/3 here. It's the opt out, so they're talking now. Those two are tied one on and one beer tie one A one b r. I would say on the they're on the same level, but they don't have to be decided The same time testing needs to be decided. Now economics has to be decided. As you said By that 48 day window expired off score like if in golf two people have plus to that next person is actually in third place, not in second place, even though they have the second highest score. So this one is potentially the second most important behind those two, but it's actually because the two tied this is actually three. Not even even ranking. This isn't simple. So anything all right? What's Okay, It's number three. The opt out so players. Okay, Some teams have been confused by this idea of players opting out August 1st versus, opting out before the season even starts, so I I actually had a general manager stated means like I don't get it, so players are going to show up. If this all goes correctly, players are going to show up July 28th But then some guys, they're gonna opt out by August 1st. He's like, why wouldn't they opt out? If guys want to opt out? Why don't they opt out beforehand while the PPA is saying Top That doesn't necessarily have to be before Camp opens because maybe players want to get in there, see what the protocols they're like, Or we all want to see what the protocol's like before players, though. You know, I'm not comfortable with this. I need to pull this opt out is going to be important because there are a number of players across the league. Particularly players who have severely asthmatic symptoms are excuse me severe elements of asthma that they deal with that are really at risk here. So there I've heard some names of Some upper tier guys. You know who Are considering opting out of the season because they're like, Look, I'm at risk. I you know, I just don't know where I could go through this and I've actually told their teammates on text message conversations and leaning to not Playing like I'm probably gonna have top has that opt out. Conversation happened between the two sides about financial and anything like that, or they have not even a broach that subject yet. That's so That's that that's part of what's being hammered out right now. So does the season count Is your contract toll for a year? There's a lot there. There is a lot there, especially whenever you're talking about being vested and everything like I mean, there is a lot there. Yeah, So a guy so you don't want the PPA doesn't want it to be a detriment for someone who's opting out for health reasons to somebody told him. That's what you don't you're not part of the pension yet, Then you know you have to wait because you don't get that extra year. So it's It's weird. It's almost like a little miniature. Ciba is being worked out inside of You know, A C B. A. That takes 10 years to basically negotiate and really three months of beating the living hell out of each other all the sudden they're trying to negotiate one in a two weeks like we didn't have the whole office and what's the fourth? When that opt out, one seems like that's gonna be a real problem. What's the 4th 1? How can't be structured? And so, basically, for example of the Chiefs in the Houston Texans ever misses, all rookies are showing up. They're going to start practicing today. That's not what's happening. Okay? They're showing up there getting tested. We're all going to go home. Okay? And then tomorrow they're going to get tested again. And you know, part of what's going on right now is seeing Can we turn around the tests as quickly as we hope So what the league would like to do is test Monday Wednesday Friday get results back Tuesday, Thursday Saturday. That's the That's the protocols they would like. What you're talking about thousands upon thousands of tests that have to get done, and we saw a major league baseball to start their like none of us have the test back. We're supposed to start now. We don't have that test back, and the league is talking about 234 thousands. If you talk about everybody involved in the process, not just players. Getting these tests every 24 hours. So that's that acclamation process that the players have been all in there. We want to play the acclamation process. I would assume that they're going to have to test everybody. Send them home. Whoever comes back negative. We just got to hope that whoever they want home, Tio didn't infect them. Then they come back. Whoever test positive you locked down for 8 to 10 days until you have another negative test. And then once the negatives are all in the building, then now we got even more problems about who's going home. To who? Who's going? Where? How do we travel? Oh, yeah, they got eight days by the way to figure this all out, Charles, which is why players as you said the acclamation period. They said, Look, we want a three week acclamation period. To make sure everybody's been tested over and over, guys. We're going home. But as you said the 28th if this goes by whatthe rookie protocols go by the veterans are going to show up on the 28th. We're gonna all get tested, right? And then they're all going to go home. Because this is what they're doing with the rookies. Why would they change it for the veterans? It's just this massive quagmire of details that have to be worked out now that said. I asked the pessimist who's kind involved in these talks on Friday. So do you think this is going to get done? And he said He said. We are within spitting distance of most of the issues. But the economic can't spit though that's like one of them. So you know I spent during the negotiation that Xena's Pelleas Campbell, who is a part of these conversations, is an executive committee member of the NFLPA, He told us on Friday like it's gonna go all the way up to the wire, but he thinks it's going to get done as well. And I keep saying If Rob Manfred was able to figure this out, right? Manfred was able to save yourself. I had commissioner back, mister, I think that the NFL be able to figure it out. I hope so. Thanks for laying that out for us. I feel like I just learned a lot. Charles, can I learn something else? Eyes at a 45 calibre on your head there? What is the 45 4? It's in honor of baseball season's starting and the trashcan coming out of mothballs, the Houston Astros. Were the 45. That's Zen Astros hat for everybody who wonders and yes, absolutely. They cheated right now. So let's get moving A nobody appreciated the sports science and Goran Taymor. Then the Houston freaking. We've got bigger fish to fry, and we're still talking about the garbage cans. People are dying are dying out there, Charles. Every time you come on, I appreciate you even more. Yahoo! Sports is lucky They got your brother. Make your brother no problem safe. Alright? Yeah, YouTube Especially down there in Houston, Man Locket Don ladies and gentlemen, Charles Robinson Way got to get to another break here and then we'll wrap up the show. Lot of information will react to that. On the other side of this deep. The's.

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"don ladies" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do you do yeah yeah okay welcome back J. senator don have you look my love hi just look okay well yeah okay Kelly have you look my friend I always look okay I can tell you I do look for okay I always I'm here to assist yeah I got I know I'm I go down there and get lower region have your face mask on okay we're down there okay I lex are you prepared to five thousand dollar goal next let's just say this you may want to go in your front yard okay I want to get on the ground right now get on the ground tell us when you're on the ground looks okay I'm there yeah so we just kicked off a mere three hours ago the my talk neighborhood rebuilding fund and we're doing this in conjunction with our new family members at the neighborhood development center to help businesses owned by people of color rebuild and resume their businesses this means a lot to every single person on this on this broadcast and we're gonna do everything we can to raise the most money our goal over the next ten days is forty thousand dollars that's our goal we said in the beginning we're gonna blow past that we had a daily goal and I'm not talking just for Jason and Alexis in the morning we had a broadcast to goal of the whole day of fifteen hundred dollars because if we got that then David from first equity have would have to write a giant ed McMahon matching check of fifteen hundred dollars yeah he's writing it that's it okay let's really is on the floor with so we blew past fifteen hundred dollars at our two of our broadcast so then we said well crime any needles were all looks to five thousand dollars by the time we had our show off to Donna and Skippy which skip he's not here today so it's a don ladies and gentlemen I'm here to tell you the goal as of eight fifty two five thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

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"don ladies" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

13:28 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"Have your coffee at your convenience Java Press Jennifer Don Ladies and gentlemen thank you for coming on the show today how you doing. I'm dealing gory and thank you so much for having the it's an honor to be here. Now it's our pleasure. It's our pleasure. Thank you Jennifer so you from starting your own company to really transform and a couple of other companies corp style from within to being a public speaker and even starting another entrepreneurial venture the best planner ever company at some point. A lot of people might not assume this out the gate but the first company founded was that of a software company correct. Yeah was that was my actually my very very first like of business was I was eight and I started apple. Stand and my grandmother's yard because I was like a lemonade. Stand is old school. I'm not doing that and I just saw the apple tree and my grandfather was a chiropractor and he had his office attached to his house and I was like wait a second. I could make money on all these patients coming in all these apples that are going to waste. And so I would say that when I was eight was my first dip into entrepreneurialism But my first official Real Company. Yeah was twenty three and I did. Software does cool the software company of yours. It was back in the mid nineties when you opened it. Did you have a tech savvy background of some sort or an academic school no? I didn't go to a school. Tech Savvy just I don't know it just kind of I always just. It was Kinda like natural ability. I always really liked it and even in high school. I had jobs where I was. You know Gosh back. Then we were doing like word processing in Dos using word perfect and but that was my little high school job because I love being on the computer and I love being able to put stuff into it and create something with it and so I also loved helping people and just kind of naturally levitated towards software which you know with software system. We can automate things. We can make our jobs easier make our lives easier and so that just felt. It just felt really really good demand. As as I worked my way up I worked for the governor Florida I worked for. Ibm Did those things before. I started my company but I was always in tech positions. I was never programmer. That was more of the end user designing it using it from that perspective Thinking back then the Internet did really exist. Yeah work within wasn't really a demand for tech industry back then or yeah. Well it's interesting because my software was. We did point of sale software for the amusement industry. So you think of Water Parks Museums Ski Resorts and places. Like that where you go and you buy a ticket and previously those places. Many of 'em we moved them of cash registers because The saying in the industry was. Is that if you want your employees to steal us a cash register because it's the easiest way and so really back then. That's a lot of what we were doing was replacing cash registers with a computerized point of sale system. And it's funny. Our company was actually the very first company to use a touchscreen monitor a windows platform all our competitors. Wrong like Dawson keyboards. And so we were. We were the first to bring a touchscreen into that point of sale world. Now everybody uses it. But so yeah. There was definitely a need for the technology to streamline get those lines like moving faster and keep the employees from robbing. Everybody blind have some controls on the front end of these businesses. Were all their money comes into. Also would you say your business was the precursor to companies such as event ticketmaster. Yes absolutely Ticketmaster I recall correctly is a long time ago. You guys Was still was definitely around. So some of those initial companies. Yeah they were still there but they were like our competitor. Now we did more general. Admission ticketing ticketmaster often does reserve seedings when the industry was at time it was really two separate companies. Like they didn't really cross over. You had your reserved seat ticketing and you had your general admission ticketing and as we went along we actually ended up adding reserved seating to our system. Just because that's what the industry demanded yes integrated. You guys really pioneered innovative all of that. That's that's awesome. That's good to hear you don't hear about too. Many people doing things with tech back in the mid nineties at really still still holds. Its own weight today Suit it's so true you know I remember I my partner. It's all. I was insane because I wanted to have a website like back then was like. What do we need that for? I remember I hired a company who built us a website and I spent fifteen thousand dollars and at the time that was just unheard of to spend that much money on on something that like. What do we even need that for? Two thousand dollars for website back in what was the timeframe ninety five. This was in the nineties. Yeah third pitcher. That it was a lot it was a lot didn't have back to really on the forefront of I've ever really like I mean when you want to stay a step ahead of your competitors especially in the tech industry it costs money and you might be familiar with Gary v He had internet company at Website Back into and people thought he was crazy and people talk a whole bunch of negativity negativity behind his back and mean. Look where he's at now where you're at now you. You guys definitely have the right idea. Yeah yeah we have a friend. Andrew Couch. The guy also had an idea that wound up pioneering the airspace as we know it today but he wasn't the most tech savvy guy either a long story short. He hired the right team and they were able to achieve his vision. Did you so you didn't do all of this on your own as you mentioned you weren't doing the programming? How did you outsource for your original team back? Then yeah so we would place you know Gosh you'RE GONNA laugh. We place ads in the newspaper. Because what's next time? Yeah exactly because that's kind of what you did. We would go to like the local Job Placement with whatever the state was you know the local job placement services possible. I think later on. We started using like Monster was really big back then and We started using monster dot com to find people. But also just you know word of mouth and asking around. Who Do you know to to really find the people on the team that we needed if you were to go about that nowadays? It'd probably be a little different. I don't know how many people still use monster taking out newspaper ads but If you had to go about it again given what you know now in the position that you're in with your business how do you go about outsourcing firm employees to use ziprecruiter or lengthen? Those are pretty common outlets. Are there some that were? We may not be aware of. Yeah you know what so I do have team? They're all contractors. I don't have employees on. That was just a choice. I made in this business this time around. I've had many many employees in the past but With my current business it really enables me to just use contractors and I have found Gosh so many of my contractors on a site called higher my mom. I don't know if you've heard of that one or not. That's her higher. My Mom's so leslie pile is the lovely woman who started it because she wanted to help stay at home. Moms find work and what you end up. Finding are a lot of really highly qualified of from home moms. Who are just looking for work so that they can stay at home often with their children and I have found almost all my team. They're like my secret secret where I go to find people My graphic artist might be as My writer Lake like my most of my team has come from higher. My mom I pull it the the website and it's like the Seattle Times parenting entrepreneur woman say even Fox business but I never heard of it. That isn't that funny. It's it's big mass medias to in I never DISA- first time I'm hearing about it. Yeah no I love it. It's like my little secret weapon and so really and truly if I need to source a position I usually go there first and I will usually get twenty or thirty resumes. I filled sales positions through there. I'll get twenty thirty resumes. And then I I usually end up stopping the ad before the original end date because gone so many resumes. I'm like no no no I can't take anymore. Cool going back to what you were referring to when you were team building it was at. Quantico was the name of your first company right yes okay back at quantocks you mentioned and you told us that you outsource through the newspaper and Word of mouth for these people that you are trying to build a team with and you did have experience in the tech field but you did have to wear a lot of hats. What type of hats from an entrepreneurial standpoint do you need to wear? Because you don't you don't. You can't wear every hat but there are some staple hats that you need to know how to take on and off. Which ones were those that you used regularly to grow Your Business? Yeah great questions so quantocks. I pretty much were every half there was except coating I was not. I was not a coder now. I could get into the database and I had I taught myself learned how to get in the database and I could do like manual or maintenance type things I could get in and I could code like basic reporting like basic basic but the real code. The developers handled that. That was the only hat I didn't wear so I was the salesperson. I was the one marketing the business I was at trade shows I was going. Oh my God back then you guys to do a demo of a software system back then you had to take all the equipment with you. There was no zoom. There was no skype none of this. And so I had these giant padded cases and I would put a computer model a whole computer like a computer from Dell and of a touchscreen monitor and I'd had to take a ticket printer a receipt printer in the keyboards all of this crash of and I would have it in these big padded cases and I would fly around the country and have to set all this stuff up in conference rooms and little offices. And that's how I gave a software demo was actually taking all this equipment with me showing the client how it worked then. When I sold software I was the person that went back out and installed it. I taught I mean installed. It plugged in all the computers. Help the network. I run the cabling all of that. Then I was the person who trained them on how to use it then. I was the person that they called for customer service when they had a problem. The fifty thousand dollars. Yeah of course no. Actually that's crazy software systems back then so on the low end for like a one. Point of sale system was fifteen to twenty thousand dollars. I mean they were expensive and on the other end. I think the largest system ever did was a quarter of a million because this the reason why you wanted to the what's it called the software company industry. Yeah I mean it's beginning. There was money absolutely but there's not as much money as it sounds like the time you have all that overhead with the hardware then you have to service the software in the beginning years when you don't have a lot of clients. There's not money in that. It's only after you sort of get over that hump or you have enough clients who are on annual maintenance contract agreements. That's when it started being more profitable but in the beginning. Not so much it. You really had to get enough clients Software Service annual agreements. That's really where it started to be more profitable. So money's money's accused motivated action for for any entrepreneur. 'cause I mean there's no identify yourself worth other than how you spend your time? And what is where two U? Two hundred fifty thousand dollars. You know. That's no small feat especially back. Then I mean the multiplier. I'd would even after the overhead. You probably solve a lot of me and Josh's problems so that's that's that's the window that the Amanda Something. You always want to have open. Did you capitalize on that venture as well because the space may not have been inhabited quite yet like most places are now most tech saturated areas are like you know everyone's gotta APP now that they're trying to do that? Someone's already diner. The ten other people have already done. I know we mentioned ticketmaster earlier. But was there anyone doing specifically what it is you guys were doing? You guys? Were just able to capitalize on the differently. Yeah you know. It's interesting because at that time. The other companies our competitors weren't doing what we were doing because we had an advantage because we were a newer company so we started off writing our code on the windows platform which. I know it. Sounds like what back then systems were written in dos in Lennox and they were not a graphical user interface. They were not on windows. And so when we hit the scene we were on this graphical interface and then we we we added a touchscreen to that which at the time was really like holy crap we would go to these trade shows. We would be the only company doing this and so at that time. I didn't feel like we had to chase everybody because we were innovating. We were doing things differently. Then what happened is that the competition caught up with us that was always frustrating to be like. Dang it you know we were the only ones doing it and now we're not every other touches new. Yeah right.

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"don ladies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"don ladies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dean as quick five brought to you by Caltech just a reminder that China is Blanco The Washington Times says that while the Chinese control of U. S. pharmaceutical supply sparks a growing concern as the war of words between China and the United States over there Wuhan coronavirus heats up Chinese state media again raised the specter of using Beijing's pharmaceutical leverage to block critical components reports Washington times and swell we'll see how that goes I think we can probably true I mean I think we're pretty sure we can do something about that issue her with our discussion with US senator John Cornyn at three AM is sending five hundred thousand respirators to New York and Seattle as cities combat Wuhan corona virus outbreak of course in a meeting with vice president pence as well they have a big supply of then and now the regulations on medical and the industrial respirators now that that's been and the liabilities been lifted three M. CEO and chairman Mike Roman said that the company has double also it's global output to one point one billion N. ninety five respirators per year amounts to a hundred million per month factors in the U. S. alone are developing thirty five million respirators per month they said ninety percent of those are going to health care workers the other industries critical in our pandemic energy food and pharmaceutical companies the private sector gets a don ladies and gentleman so coming up here well Ken Paxton that compaction sorry Dan Patrick he had a really weird sound bite we're gonna play that for you five is brought to you by Caltech innovative quality performance how.

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"don ladies" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"don ladies" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"don ladies" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"don ladies" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Will. there's something for everybody out there some go Scott some go Berman the Bourbon you know what the gentleman go with. Roberts wins that discussion one more time. so good all right well there you go there's your Monday morning massive thank you might be. great job was awesome kids turning into a producer right before Marshall listing I don't even hear about that that was fantastic the things that might that might be and I discuss at a high level you guys are doing stuff it's not just about fox in asking for here's a cat climbing telephone poles. a few of those two of course we had a few including Joe Biden and corn pops. meaning to go down that road. I'm just reassure Donald Trump free election with a crazy weather. when he is a lifeguard at a pool and where I do want to hear how there was a tough game corn pop soul who wore too much grease in his hair and if you had too much grease in your hair you couldn't go in the pool corn popcorn pop was going to be on the diving board in Joe Biden derisively called him Esther in as in Esther Williams the old swim star from the movies of the nineteen forty here we go and corn pop challenge him to a nice fight in the parking lot and batten biting back came back with some chick with a chain he cut a chain off to go in and take on corn Popper the channel had did I was a as he was spending this too many young and I was like don ladies and gentlemen your twenty. yeah I got my **** kicked by a guy named corn pada. of old dudes these are some of the sound the same talking by need to just stop talking the of the gag actually I I should let me write his next speech it'll be a simple speech Joe Biden when you approach the the podium the less said the better and I can ensure that yep. to be by his XP's. well the better. good bad traffic bunny gills on our way to Boston we're gonna.

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"don ladies" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"don ladies" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Gonna run game going so I think that's something we'll look at still gonna watch the phones exactly what happened but we have three great running backs we definitely need to get them going to get the ball in their hands and we I just got a bunch of playmakers it's frustrating when we have all these playmakers and you just feel like you left a lot of players out there with knocking the ball these guys hands. got to make sure that your you gotta be careful with the word grates we're talking about your teammates good and great because when you call your running backs great if they're so great how come they get the ball. yeah you know it in before the bear the the for the ball to be in the air or trying to get the ball in the air so often it was still the bounty didn't it wasn't like it was twenty five it wasn't thirty to three we had to throw the football a ton now you the games on the balance so you still easily could have just been able to run the football and work your offense that way to set up the pass and set up the play action so it it wasn't it the wave Mitch describes it as if well you know we could have that kind of a band of the running game because we you know we were behind not that far behind play calling sucked just be honest and the execution was even worse. we need business it's called the way it is you know you you saw say again that I saw it was not good enough to talk about the bears which Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand ESPN app so as I look at this I can't wait to get closer and closer to the Denver game because that will tell us all we need to know about. now on the road I guess Vic Fangio who knows everything there needs to be known to both sides of football even though he's a defensive guru he saw what Mister disc years he saw the office as well there's a lot that he can be able on low to the Denver Broncos to help the Broncos win that game I'm not rooting for the Broncos I refer to biscuit to try to break through this thing to be more consistent that's the thing and if last year told a story and this year it's only a greater story in week one it certainly is out let me switch gears here talk about Antonio brown. because Antonio brown was of a big story over the weekend because of everything that happened it was so much with the Antonio brown story now Antonio brown is obviously did not play last night with the New England Patriots I guess the Pittsburgh Steelers and of course they didn't need him there based on how the patriots performed by the way Tom Brady they have to play in the preseason because he's the goat and that he knows the offense a great to go it's a different team Mr biscuit Tom Brady by the way but I I want to talk about a Tony brown. in in this regard. Antonio brown four if for whatever reason. decided to do his own thing by going rogue you remember was him when he's with the Pittsburgh Steelers right was with the Pittsburgh Steelers. he was not happy with my time one he wasn't happy with being with the Pittsburgh Steelers so he wanted out and so the deal took place with him going to the writers and all Derek Carr the quarterback for the raiders really needed was to have someone who can work with as far as the office concerning you know Antonio brown even age thirty one the difference making wide receiver. yeah of course we come to find out about frostbitten feet and his blond moustache in this odd hair merry is with the Oakland Raiders you thought what this kid because could work right Antonio brown with the of a fresh setting being with the new team and he could be able do some things and then if you want hard knocks so if you just read everything it just started going in the wrong direction where Antonio brown with some of the most I've seen odd characters are the sports figures before I've never seen anything like Antonio brown everything's gonna be recorded on Instagram and making me many movies the talk about how you're free away from the for the Oakland Raiders I don't know what his issue is but if I'm an owner or from a general manager I couldn't have Antonio brown on my team. you trick off in the end you and for whatever reason you decide to record our secret conversations and put him out there on social media you get fined by the team put the the actual letter on Instagram now no so I can't trust you to be on my football team I can and so all the things that he did the timeline of everything that happened and Tonio brown from going to camp to not being part of camp upset about his helmet which the league and says I'm going to say I'm not gonna play until I get a helmet so I'm going to go to Roger Goodell and say I'm not a place I get the helmet that I'm already wearing you know the NFL told everybody five years ago that the how much will be changing to try to make yours you safe right. so he tells a league that I'm gonna appeal this decision and then he appeals twice I believe says no that he appeals again twice and you shut down twice so finally found a helmet that he wanted. then the disconnect between heaven and Mike may Oct and it just kept going on and on into this really vicious weird cycle where. now he doesn't want to play for the raiders because of Mike may Oct because mac wanted to find him for insubordination and so you want off the team and that he deeply films himself saying he's free like you some Slade what are you doing man your comparison what do you seriously running around in the yard after after a copy of the video saying I'm free of no load the raiders all the raiders ever want to do is get you on the field and you feel like you're free free from what and so this is what this is some people off is like how you feel up right Hey Tony brown field up. the raiders from four in all from their standpoint they don't didn't pay Antonio brown a dime so he has to get his guaranteed money he gets nothing but he fails up me feels up by going to the New England Patriots to talk about this with Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand ESPN now so it is kind of like the joke on social media before it was official right yeah if you tell your brown is written releasing got any teen watching the patriots and guess what you want to the patriots. it's amazing but it didn't happen and this is not the the last time that this has happened right you have seen the patriots be able to be the home for wayward players from Corey Dillon to Randy moss Albert Haynesworth to chat Ocho Cinco to Josh Gordon still the team and and Kenny Britt there's been a number of players that have gone through the patriots because bill Belichick feels you know what I can handle these players give me the option I'll handle them I'll see if they do work in our system because you look at the tell the player even more so than the demeanor it so it's it's interesting how bill check does this and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't but I think from the patriots standpoint because there's no rob Gronkowski he says you know we're going to try and see if this is going to work out there's been some bad moves to the same bill Belichick that signed JJ Stokes once upon a time sign over beer David Terrell once upon a time Chad brown on the same bill Belichick decided to get Richet Caldwell and don ladies and take Williams and Roosevelt Coleman. look at the path the player and says the player can be productive for me let's see what happens and he will roll the dice sometimes it works out sometimes it doesn't but if if the whole story of Antonio brown is sold strange how you had the world by the the the shorts as a difference making wide receiver running around happy no debate by not being with the Oakland Raiders and now you fail up to the New England Patriots you do realize that event Tonio brown and it told in the patriots don't work out he could be out of football because if if it's not the paper to last chance you but the point is is that the patriots the hold for we were players bring your weird bring your Eric can't bring your rebellious for your intolerable to be politics says let me see what I can do. he failed up he's gonna get paid one year it's not the money that he left on the table with the raiders but you will get paid I could win a ring if he's able to conform and conform is is basically come to work play hard and then go home come to work play hard go home that's really the patriots way just just do your job can he do that I have never seen anything like this social media era before the social media era of a dude that is just throwing his career away always up to this point in time just throw it away didn't want to be would would would brother Tomblin didn't want to be with the the raiders and now this we'll see what happens. let's hear from these stories about Antonio brown because it's to me this whole story all brown is very fascinating to me all let us here. from those that around this story Antonio brown first from Chris Mortensen eight says A. B. got advice on how to be released from the raiders Antonio brown during the week actually sought advice from social media consultants on how he can accelerate his release from the raiders and this all started with him releasing the the letter from Mike may arc that he was being fine he put he put that on social media which.

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"don ladies" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"don ladies" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"At seven twenty five Valentine's, I'm losing myself drew. You start on the Becky. But I don't wanna to. 'cause my heart I won't do it again. But we're. Never. Never. Maybe. I guess it could dry. This rain. Can't even go on the internet. That even. Never. Never. Again. Guesses. Never. Oh. Time. More music, more variety of four three. Still breathing. Just pray to God, that don't believe. Zag time she got free. Heartbreaking, don't drink. Some. That things. Stuff too. Jeez. Don't they? He's on them. Case now. Still allowed, but I'm barely breathing. Just to God, that I don't believe in. She got free. Heartbreaking. Don. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to one of four three my FM. Bro. I've been over took it. So keep you close was raided. Nieve you own. Right back to so. Let you. Gye just demons. That's a. Didn't notice 'cause nervous guy catch. You. There. Just watch. Tell me. So. Three. First base say. Head. I'm entire things ban. Do things. Second. What did I at? Must be. Noodle fee. I was getting from young given the masses. For the. The mission committee missing from from the pain from the base from the brain through the. Send that has done just favorite do. Just pay read up. I was getting the. Nothing been the clown. The dow. Would have been. Brain. By the grace of the fide your band, the flames your face the few. In vain. In vain. Definite. The rain down. For the month and it's.

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"don ladies" Discussed on BaKChat

BaKChat

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"don ladies" Discussed on BaKChat

"And welcome back to this week's episode of backchat where we are just making memories all the time. It's true Arcus Christoph at we are. Yes. Welcome back. Welcome back. Thanks. Well, we have another really special episode in store for you guys today. We have mentioned that it would be guest palooza chat. And we're living up to that. Promise. We are all the time. We have the most amazing Kim Janna aka zero fucks life coach coach extraordinaire, aka cereal thriftier aka to fucking fancy for me. You have so many AK as there's what case soon to come Marco below. Below. And I think honestly that probably Kim Janna is something that people here on our podcast all the time. You're a frequent mention I love though, that we've never Kim. You're Kim Janisch to name person. Yeah. Yeah. It's true. It's been like that my whole life. Yeah. Emma, Watson like, hey. Kim jonah. Yeah. Tom cruise. Oh. Going to think of examples episode every now and then. I love it. Yeah. You're gonna have to name Teresa perfect. It's perfect. Don, lady Gaga, Kim without the Janna. Yeah. Right. But it's true. It's like we actually a lot of our listeners. Like, we've been more active on the Instagram. I've noticed a lot of our Instagram followers. Have have messaged me saying that they found us through you so through through fucks life coach or some of our listeners who were listening to ask where like oh my God. I love congenital. Listeners actually fall in love with Houston's you were on our show last. Yeah. Which references to. Yeah. Awhile ago. Well, and I also talk about backchat podcast out on ramp. So it's the circle the circle the circle of love. Yes. I love it. Well, welcome. Thank you. We're so happy to have you second time. I love being here. We're very lucky to have second time. Yeah. We've been talking about this for a long time. I'm excited and here we are twenty nineteen y'all you year. You is exactly sad bitch to baggage. Yes. And we've just been talking so much before we started recording episode. We were like really getting deep into thanks in them. We were like, you know, what we should probably hit record. Yeah. Oh, it's not like, so we exactly and we didn't run to the steam when that'd be weird. If you do it entire zone of silence to see how long people stay tuned in label. Yeah. Like, remember? I talked about a welcome song like a conference. Yeah. It's supposed to go on for two minutes. But you have it on a loop plea for eight hours and just film people. And nothing happens keeps going. How long would people sit there? Oh my goodness. Curious to know. What was your thing? I think you said forty five minutes people. Well, I think like I would be the max time like that. Would there would be one person left in the room? It wasn't on a loop. It was that there would be a live band, and it would just playing the song which going, you know, and it just wouldn't end. I would actually like I don't know. I feel like I would be the person that walked up to the Bandon Haley everything. Okay. She needs some song titles. Maybe raising it song suggestions. Yes. It would be interesting to see it would be. I really identify the different kinds of social presences. What Kim we'd go up everything. We will have the help her, you know, identified the life. Coach would definitely stand out. Yes. You would have the life. Coach clientele. You know on all ends of the spectrum you'd have angry people, the sad people scared people all that all that at some point at one point or another. Yeah. But I think everything would get represented. I would love it. If like in a movie when somebody faints or is there a doctor in the room when if it'd be a similar scene where somebody just do rails? We're gonna need a life coach life. This person is losing it God. So you know, what I could use that you call. What would you call to one or two one two? Like going nuts in the club or something. You know, apply on Janardan 's new show. Oh, yes. I'm in love with John. Yeah. There's a scene where she gets into a little fight with Feist backstage at a charity and really. Really? It's. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And faces like I'm going to be time with my life coach, and she walks, and it's my God could be your thing that could be my thing. Facetime life coach for hire folks. Yes. I mean, honestly, I feel like I've actually done that. I've called Kim Kim is my real life coaches. Well, like last episode she wasn't. But now she is. And so it's like I'm excited to talk a little bit because I'm so open about my own mindfulness journey on this podcasting. I think that's been helpful for people to hear because of that. I'm excited to like talk a little bit about that as well. But I've definitely done to one two two things are getting the two to two out of control. But. Yeah. What it is to number. Did you know I was actually going up get that tattooed on my finger triple to my time. I was born. But it's also the time. Do you have a time that you when you look at a clock. It's like it always seems to be that time. Fever

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"don ladies" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"don ladies" Discussed on Classic Races

"Is. How the Tempa and Phillies cigars present another close. But no cigar finish a five hundred mile. Winston Cup race at Dover downs. His grueling and demanding many racists that looked in hand have been lost in the last fifty miles, including the Mason Dixon, five hundred on may seventeenth nineteen Eighty-one Hymie lie gold, another close. But no cigar finish is next. Tampa presents another close. But no cigar racing highlight will always almost hidden for victory lane. When a power like cheap, champagne the gun on me. He could pass but the wheel and I hit the gas A Flint of the Finnish over shredded. Powered he came close. It's not whether you win or lose. It's how you have a pamper. So actually that good fresh Tampa, Tampa sweet are habitat module highlight during the call. It going flat out. The date was may seventeenth nineteen Eighty-one for a while. It looked like it was a race set. Nobody was going to win not one. But two drivers had more than a two lap lead with the finish line in sight. But they failed to win. Neil Bonnett driving the wood brothers. Ford was the class of the field in the Mason Dixon. Five hundred holding a two lap lead. Over kale Yarborough with less than forty miles to go in the race firmly in command here this afternoon. I don't think as we said a moment ago I've ever seen a car work. Any better already hall slowing on the back straightaway. Neil Bonnett number twenty one is slowing on the back straightaway. Donnie, Allison goes by their smoke puffing. Every now and then out of the left rear the automobile, bad luck continues to play the wood brothers Stewart for Jeddah bonded is on pit road. Let's see what happens. Let's go to Jerry punch on it talking with Leonard wood and Glynn would go sitting here leading the windows. The only look at each other to shake your head and walk away in this. Looks like it's an end of the day for Neil Bonnett and the purolator Thunderbird what a heartbreak for Neil Bonnett, who's to lab lead is all gone down the drain just forty one miles from the checkered flag one man's bad. Luck was another man's good fortune with bonnet out of the race. KO Yarborough seemed all but guaranteed of winning second place. Jody Ridley was four laps behind and Keio was only twenty one laps away from the checkered flag. But again, the Munster miles struck troubled Kaley Arbor, a lot of smoke from the car going into turn number one Yarborough stays in it. He's in turn one heading for Eli goes on the race track. Very has been running almost flawlessly but KO now well off the pace. Here comes Jimmy means to go around and likewise wall chip in a billowing number twenty seven automobile, the valvoline colors limping bias towards turn number three Yarbrough under power. But just barely believe. It you can't believe it here in this afternoon at Dover. Neil Bonnett watch to go up in smoke kale. Yarbrough who was less than twenty miles. Just about twenty one miles. A matter of fact from winning this when this afternoon has gone up in smoke with a four lap lead on Jody Ridley Ridley made up the four laps. He was behind. And then he headed for the checkered flag the white flag waves over Jody Ridley the trucks more sunny king. Ford Honda entry of Junie, Don Levy, Ridley heads off to turn to well. The driver from Chatsworth Georgia works as way takes a little more room now inches away from the outside retaining wall. Just a bit easy line to turn three looking for the checker. Jodi, really takes good line brings it down to the bottom of the racetrack comes out of a throttle. Bit slows up he comes off that fourth quarter herald kinder- with a checkered flag puts it on him. And Jody Ridley wins. His first Grand National Winston Cup race and show. It was Sunday may the seventeenth nineteen Eighty-one as I Neil Bonnett, and then kale Yarborough looked unbeatable. But it was Jody Ridley who went to victory lane in the Mason, dick. Five hundred. I'm e y gold. This close. But no cigar finish was brought to you by Abba, Tampa and Phillies cigars on about. How you guys that was one of the strangest day that are spending a race track. He didn't know what was going to happen and lapses kept going and going and going even change the lap count on the scoreboard yet to wait for Jody Ridley to catch up there. And that was quite a day. I remember the reception in Junie Dunlavey got it. That car came down pit road. Everybody was celebrating that day. Now, they really did. They came out on pit road. Just about everybody came over the wall. Some of them almost got run over they were so happy for Judy Don lady to get his Winston Cup win back in those days and sitting here thinking with dick Brooks got out of that car. He came close to winning here. A couple of times himself in these car. They've always extremely well here Dover four hundred sixty one miles or complete right now as they continue to wind around here. Derek cope headed advantage of almost three seconds over Kenny Schrader moment ago. Let's go to pit road. Rusty walters. Very standing here. Slipping? Thanks to little bit. Turn off.

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