19 Burst results for "Dyno"
"dyno" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down
"Ones mean that every time people visit the enclosures you're going to be rolling dice that will have a higher probability of resulting in deaths. So and then it's one of these funny things of like you're basically just collect tokens to represent deaths that have happened in your park at the end of the game. You kind of get penalized if you're the park that had. No, though, it's not, you get penalized, but if you I don't know if I'm mister remembering this from the stream, but is the rule with the deaths like it's the disparity between your opponent's deaths and your deaths like your deaths are considered the baseline danger for a dyno park. So like let's say you had like the lowest player had 5 deaths. That may well. Yes, that may well be it. It's basically love so much the idea that it is like, of course, you're opening a dinosaur part like 5 deaths is to be expected. It's going to be a certain number of deaths. But that's dinosaur world. Again, I'm pretty glowing about my very early impression of it, but I'd really hold off hoping to get it to the table and play a proper full game of it and see how it shakes out. It seems neat, but please remember the caveat that this is based on an early impression. And it might not be. It might be rubbish when we actually get into it. So if you do get really excited and bite, then that's your prerogative, but don't be like, because don't say I didn't told you so. Don't say I didn't tell her to say that's going to go for pretty much everything on this podcast, I think, because all the games here, we've only played just a little bit of just a little taster. And speaking of, should we move on to our next game? Floating floors. Yeah, so floating floors was something that I tried. This was one of the games that I played with Matt's hands, which meant that Matt was being both me and Quinn's and that led to some enjoyable fun. You playing it via my hands is not really I don't think that's the ideal way to play a game with it. Not the idea away, but it was very funny. And quite enjoyable and led to like me having to get an angry at you for doing something too well for Quinn's and then trying to butter you up by being really overly friendly to try and make sure that you would do a good job for me and not like Quinn's, which perhaps is unprofessional. So you have impartial hands. But yeah, I did find it hilarious where you would get frustrated, but then both of you would get frustrated, but not want to be too frustrated because you didn't want to run the risk of me just being like, well, I'm not going to try as hard for you. It's great. There is an emotional component to it. I've gotten to everyone's head, basically. So let's actually talk about the game. The game is unusual and a bit hard to describe but has a lot of clever things in it. You are essentially to ninjas. Or people sneaking around a building and trying to collect some stuff. You are one of you is a represented by a little white player piece and is the light ninja in one of them is the shadow ninja in its represented by a darker piece..
"dyno" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids
"Your very own one and those listening through any kind of apple device duly five star review as well as that helps me out a tremendous amount and is such an easy thing to do. Now if you're ready then i'm also ready reagan. This story is for you. So i hope that you already is. Well please. everybody raise your left hand in your right foot as high into disguise. You can count on with me in five. Four three two alex and are in the balloon going higher and higher and higher and higher and at first they were just going up and up and up into this guy but suddenly the wind starts to pick up and it's pushing the balloon into a brand new direction. Luckily alex still has the menu on how to hot air balloon so he starts to read the manual on how to make sure that everything will be okay. The wind keeps blowing and luckily after a while the wind slows down and alex looks down at the ground to see where they are following the manual alex decides to see if he can try and land the balloon so slowly but steadily. He manages that the balloon goes down and down and down but now where to let alex spots. What looks to be. So what's garden. Oh can i lend their who lives in this house. But alex has no choice and he needs to land and within just a few seconds the hot air balloon touches down and alex and pizza pizza safely land that moment the door from the house opens because after all alex. Len the balloon in someone's garden and out walks reagan. Ray good good. Nope believe her is. She was sitting in the living room drawing an amazing dino when she looked up and she saw alex lending in her back yard. Hi i'm alex. This is pizza pizza. Who are you. i'm reagan. We have had many visitors at our house. But you are the first person to land a hot air balloon in our garden which would like to come inside. Alex pizza pizza and reagan. Go inside the house and they have some tea this time. They're having regular t and not some crazy flavor like coconut broccoli for example when alex asks where are we. Welcome to texas. Reagan says and to be more specific welcome to dino land dino land. what is that alex asks. Do you see that big behind. It are real dyno's big ones and small ones and fast one and super slow ones. And you see that tower in the distance that is the dino viewpoint. If you go there you can see all of dino land and if you're lucky you might get to spot some of your favorite dyno's do have the favourite dino. Reagan asks alex. Yes of course. I love the bedtime. Oh soroush what about you pizza pizza. Do you have a favorite diner as well. That means the as do you think we can go to the dino viewpoint. I'd be happy to take you. Reagan says so the three of them walk past the fence all the way to view. It's like a tower but it's like a super high one now. There are two options to get to the top. We can either take the speedy stairs or the slow elevator alec says should retry speedy stairs and alex starts walking up the stairs when he notices that the stairs are coming faster and faster and quicker and quicker and he has to stop running and running up the stairs. Road is going to quick when suddenly it stops wait. We made it to the top but how we're super high. Well that is this beady stairs. I mean we can always take the snow evader down. Reagan says so alex pizza. Pizza and reagan are at the very top of the dino viewpoint. Whoa they look over eight huge piece of land. When alex goes off as he spots what looks to be no way cannot be. He spots a bedtime of soroush. This is amazing. Alex s to reagan. I am so glad. I decided to land are ballooning your garden for me here. You can just watch all the thigh knows. This is amazing. The three of them spend the afternoon at the dino viewpoint and they spot over twenty three different types of daigneault's when alex notices that the wind picked up again and it's blowing in a different direction. Oh i think we have to get back to the balloon and as alex and pizza pizza hut back into the balloon and say goodbye to reagan. The balloon lifts off. Alex and pizza. Pizza are on their way to the next adventure that you can listen tomorrow with that. We're going to end today's adventure. Please do shirts with all your friends and your family. I hope you had fun. Join me in the next adventure and if you want me to create a story just for you than simply ask any up to get in touch so with that being said. I wish you good night. Shoes sweet dreams. And if you're not you're going to sleep. I wish you an amazing day and i'll see you in the next adventure tomorrow..
"dyno" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Fact checkers. What really happened. I could almost guarantee you. They saw the threat of potential massive lawsuits. Wait we're paid to medicine and we didn't do medicine. He could sue all my gosh lots. It wasn't a walkout wasn't a walkout. No no it was a unplanned undocumented. Lunch break it's seven in the morning. Okay hey fact checkers. The rescue ever and you wonder why everybody blocks these idiot. Fact checkers right why. Everybody's blocks them on fake book. That's what you need to do it. Go to any your social media one on the left doing these just block them. They're not fact checkers. The propaganda outlets. Please stop the nonsense. No one's interested in your explanations of what you do lead stories. The poynter institute. It's all a joke. It's a clown show. Nobody takes you seriously. Matter of fact you actually have the opposite effect. Remember that poll. I read once. I put out there that if they see a story by a fact checker fact. Check this false. They're more likely to believe it's true. That's how much they failed. Fact checkers through the rescue every single time. All right moving because series with this could get ugly fast to the again to the good doctors out there. Thank you for everything you do mean it doctors in my family. Some of my best friends Love you all the death do great work but again to the people who are dyno's the doctors in name only who wanted to be politicians that we're walking out. Please leave the job. please get out. You are a threat to public health. Leave the job immediately. You are a threat to public. Can't even imagine having some procedure done and you saying to be. Hey listen hold on. I gotta do a walkout. I'll be back in a minute doc. I'll be back in five minutes. Please leave. The job reminds me of an incident i had. I haven't really talked about much to keep it short. But when i was going through the whole cancer thing.
Remember When? 2020
"Is interesting for me again keeping the remember when like personal. This is where we spend a lotta time. We're we no longer see it as player in the flesh for the rest of the year. Either of us since where it becomes it's very divergent path right that from here on where like a one hand like. I'm not leaving home. Match like we have like a night of looking like may fifth rewatch korean baseball together and adopt the nc diagnose diagnose in the how camps dyno's jeff passan his pinkerton behind him and stuff like that. So we're on our own and you know doing our own. Things have watching not only connect. Whatever we're doing to keep ourselves sane afloat and tennis players meanwhile are like having these very different ways of coping. Go various out most of them. We don't hear from at all right muslim. Just go off grid. I will say that that's absolutely true. Most of them have just shut off so the ones we hear from early the outliers right but also larger the more prominent in late april or even it was late. March was already in march. Like it's poss- put up this flog of himself alone. His monica apartment. Where in this yellow raincoat is like stream of consciousness thing where he's like losing his mind like he doesn't know how to function he's also like not with his family that's sort of like argument or something in their various flares that we saw earlier in the year with mentioned that. Adp cup saying like his mother like you know the him at a press conference basically so he's on his own journey there and like some the first things we see some of them are really positive like we see like venus williams during this year's one of like sort of a low key like warning actors like bit role but like remember remember when venus williams got greek or damaged optic flasher. Exactly what i was gonna say. What a queen. Venus harass gregoire showing ads dramatically colossus the ground in performance ecstasy and. It's just a lovely moment of venus is like having a really you know again. I felt bad about similar to the fire. Donation topic like rating people on. How they're handling this thing. But like venus is somebody who like really like seemed to be like at peace like really opening up being way more talkative than she had all year like. There's one of the things. I found him looking. This is skipping ahead like lexington. She does like after she beat via. First round gives this unbelievably a few sive. Chatty postmatch interview. It's just been so mike which is like for the last several years in terms of what she's like in not being very revealing a reticent to share too much open up too much has been very different venus so we have that now the other hand we have things emerging like you know. Say this the novak djokovic stuff where i quietly. He's talking about or on a certain serbian channel. He says things that are if not definition of what we consider antitax at least vaccine. Skeptical in vaccine. Chilling say. I don't know exactly what to put in. Then he touching these instagram wives which you know venus is doing flirted with record time of the people in and and and if only judge just flirted with dmitrov harmless he could've done it was right therefore with an option. This is the college novak where instead he by early he was doing his a few instagram's With turbine jafaria wellness grew guy to joke. Which is somewhat credit. I don't know exactly what happened here. They stopped by mid mayton one more. After basically i people started started combat. For what ridiculous nonsense being spewed in them so we just all tennis players like what a tennis player was tennis star celebrity without the thing that makes them why we care which is tennis. Excellent right and we're left with these pictures of people who stop paying their coaches right away was a big theme like all these top top players stop paying their. That was a really big. That was a really bad really was mentioned a few times and it really explain like because you you learned about it and yes no. I know. I was really struck by how within days. What was it like before the week of in usama. How fast set move your mortgage. That players immediately. Cut off the payment to their coaches who they are the sole employers of in there not not almost all like Every coach was estimated was more than ninety percent of coaches. Weren't getting paid at this point. It was it was. That's fine but i'm just saying when you say that oil like ebay. But but you'd only coaches were not getting paid and it just sort of like selfishness of tennis players end. We see tennis players as being very focused in very driven motivated and in this pandemic must have a crisis a lot of times that revealed that turned into self centeredness self-focused self-centeredness turn to selfishness. Turn to lack of care for other people right and to me. I saw this sort of across the board cutting off of the payroll department of their personal tennis. Teams their coaches who are people who invest their whole careers in helping you do well. The second you stop getting you missed one check. They get cut off and a lot of these players. Have making lots of money. Didn't have to bisley anyway. It me the wrong way seeing these these athletes granted. They're not in a fixed salary. They were not getting guaranteed income but for them to immediately cutting people's pay very quickly and even like occasionally federation like tennis. Australia started for furlough employees very fast and that bothered me a lot too because they had a full twenty twenty australian open and they had a folk coffers and they i think by i dunno april or so. They're already furloughing employees. I thought that was crazy. And they're going to be painful full prize money in if they go it in whatever a lot of the mountain workout and just a lot of a lot of. I was getting various enchanted with tennis and tennis players tennis players because there was no tennis but tennis players were not impressed. Me overall with their conduct. Yes you had venus doing
"dyno" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Okay look if they could swing just cross town thing right like an interstate transfer Basically this could they could anchor. The remaining portion of their rebuild with lender well and he brings he definitely brings a piece. They need because they're really good. Defensively very very good pitching wise. But they do not have any bats in that lineup in. They brought inland door. He is a guy who could anchor that team offensively and make a huge impact because they didn't score a single run into games against the braves and they had plenty of opportunity. Because i think they played twenty four innings into games. Yeah i think so. And so yeah they definitely want to. Maybe something like that. Yeah well and not just not just what he brings to the table here. We go talk about the x. factor again just what he brings to the table in the event but all the coaching and mentoring and the stuff that the clubhouse stuff where if he's going to be the guy then he maybe he'll step up and be the guy you know and he'll he'll he'll train a hill mentor. He'll you ooh. I just got really excited about that. I i would like that. I'd like that move. I think that was. Yeah right one. That's an excellent. That's fun very very well done. Thanks man all right. Well before we go to gold star and we let take victory lap on his Cleveland indians cincinnati reds deal. Let's talk. let's talk. Korean series real quick Pretty excited about this. I'll be honest with the as little nervous with the do som- barest coming in red hot and then z. Xenos feeling pretty much. Ice cold brig. Yeah are dyno's are up three to. I know you're one game. One win away from our i. K b o title and your first championship. Yeah i i'm ecstatic. I'm ecstatic. I've been paying attention to the series watching here and there. And i'll be watching tomorrow's game and by tomorrow. I mean tuesday today for those of you who are listening to the first day I'll be watching the replay before. I check and he scores because i want to. I want to experience one experience to tuesday. The twenty fourth. That's right yeah so hall man. I'm so excited about it can wait. I can't wait. I yeah i guess i was really nervous. And then when the when the when the bears up to one i was like oh no. It's exactly what you did you did. But but the look. There's a lot of mojo play here. I'm not going to jinx anything. Just saying there's a lot going on and it's a good spot right now so we'll see we'll come on now film absolute. We don't talk about it anymore. But yeah chef go ahead take a break when we get back. We're going to talk about the hall of fame ballot. That was actually released last week. But we're gonna get into this week..
"dyno" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"dyno" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Track of time and days blend one. I mean program. Some people get up do exercise. They get up and clean their cell then they eat breakfast breakfast and then they write letters and then you gotTa have a program so I said you know what I'm going to write my story and I'm going to write. Hey My story because even at that time I knew that I knew who serve dino was I get it and I knew people WanNa know that story so I said I better write it in here because it's going to feel different if I write it once. I'm out so I started writing two hundred twenty pages handwritten in prison and I've held it for ten years well after doing a phones both telling me because he knew about those pages he encouraged urge me. David you need to bring your book out and dusted it off. I brought it out. I'm a better writer now so I changed a lot because you you know. It's gotta be better writing but literally this week just released. and which is this one lost in the storm. This one is my life story which I can't tell you everything in an hour to this. Is My life story. This just release on Amazon as an e book As a paperback book. And this is my life is called lost in the storm. A just released this one. This is another guy from our church. He's Dale he's a Vietnam Vet and he wrote his book so this is a huge thing that that I feel huge passion for now people ask me. Are you going to produce news music or yes it will i. I did do a song. We did the song year ago. My wife sings she. She leads worship at the church. You know so we've done a song. We did a song together. You're two years ago that those you can find them. You could find them. If you want to feel WanNa pay ninety nine cents you can listen to it on Youtube. I mean because ninety nine cents is too much so you can go to youtube and type in dino or it's called God is faithful okay. That's the Song I did with my wife last year. There's two x x dark remembers. Remember that go to my church to actually Ale G. and young aunt and we did a song together last year. Two thousand thirteen. I did a whole Christian album. Dino called a call to reached amasses but right now my passion is author books you know and somebody said why why. Why do you go from wrapping authoring books? I said this is nothing but a long song you know. I remember at the time when I used to write raps. I'm like this was a way to express myself about this subject this subject for three or four minutes and then after a while three or four minutes isn't enough to share what it is. You WanNA share to me. The automatic graduation of value were writing. Raps is to write a book so these are just songs to me just two hundred page songs. Also if there's anybody that liked the music because I used to be a huge storyteller in my raps that's I think that's what people used to like a lot. 'cause I just do these scenarios in these stories and take people along the trip and if you like that if if people like that about it back then then give us a shot. You know any of these books that I shared an. If you ain't about the Christian thing we'll get this one because it still has a good lesson to it you. He don't but this all of these are on our website. We have a church website. Can I can assure that absolutely it's www dot house house of rest church Dot Com. You go to that you can find all the music I'm talking about. You can find all of these books you find things about our church you find things you know And we have a youtube channel ourselves. You know we have. I think five or six thousand subscribers My wife and I do a daily devotional every single week. Day We release it at three o'clock in the morning that way east coast gets into six getting up for work and we do a little. You know thirty forty minute little devotional. We just talk. I'm just real. I'm just real you know. It's not like the Super Stuffy Christian see what people think Christian they think of that and I'm like no you don't understand man when you really see because I was a student of the Bible will it led me to freedom. I didn't come out of St Politics to get into church politics. And that's what a lot of people are sick and tired of a lot of people. Compare it to that. I`MMA Meinen Anna. I ain't talking about Christianity. You're talking about. I'm talking about the Christianity. The sets you free you know and so. We share every single day Monday through Friday on our youtube which is as the youtube channel is named after me David Rosa. Okay Yeah I at the time. I didn't know the name it so I just you know when you set up your account you just put your name. And it's like this channels talking to David Roach and I guess or whatever. I'm going to have one or two viewers you know and now it's you know five or six thousand subscribers so awesome so can anybody be expected in any more movies possibly Yeah he works. Yeah we did a Christian film okay. that I right now. I'm actually writing reading the book for it and the book is going to come with the movie in it so it became a movie. I now I felt like ninety minute movie. I WANNA say more on it the I mean so now. I'm going to write the book but it's GonNa come with the movie. I called always always with you right now. That movie is free on Youtube. But it's GonNa take down pretty soon but right not the type in always with you official movie. It's a movie that I did along with. Scott Young ladies another pastor. We wrote directed edited. I did everything we did. All of it everything you know because everything I learned from those other eight films did in the past and One of the main actor actor was Jose Rosette. He's done a lot of movies didn't he'd been like walking dead and just a lot of movies here. In Hollywood he was he was in it Ale was was in it. WHO's one of the dark dark room guys and actually my my My middle daughter. She's one at starred in it. Yeah and that's called always with you so we've been a busy man awesome. We've been busy always busy because I can't be any other way awesome now Lasting before we close yeah K.. If there is a a youngster out there listening right now or eventually listening to this and he's possibly hidden in the Rhonda Russian in a shoop a few short words. What's up a message? Would you give that youngster has hidden in the wrong direction. The first thing I would say is that tomorrow is impromptu. Can I look at the camera. Absolutely because I don't know who I'm talking to and I don't I don't know you. But here's the thing is that tomorrow is promised the remember when I was young Guy Guy he he went to a church service and it was he was he. He felt the stirring and he came up front and the pastor was like. Are you ready to accept Christ and he said no not yet but I will next week so this dude this is in Stockton. This allows young. He was all chilled out well. He promised you'd come next week and dedicated to the Lord. The next week came Saturday night right before that Sunday service he wants into a churches chicken and some enemy saw him walked in there and shot him in the face with a shotgun that was his opportunity and he waited too long. Oh so if here's the thing. I don't believe in coincidence if you are watching this especially if you're watching us for the first time because I get because you have viewers but if you're watch Mr the first time you're like why am I even watching this. Maybe it's because of this time right here right now. This moment right now is that you don't have to live that life. You don't have to do I. I was in. I was caught up in it. And here's the thing that you don't have to live it out you don't have to live it out. You can change if Viking change if somebody like we can change then you can change the whole eight years eight year. Federal prison sentence in that got knocked down six and and the things that I had to deal with with that and the repercussions of that not only that but the repercussions of getting out and even looking for jobs. He got three felonies on my record hurt. And that's the first thing that pops up I don't even have A. I can't even write a proper resume because all my life skills were wrapping selling drugs so I don't even and have a good work history to put and the thing. Is You some youngster watching. If you're young person that might not might not mean anything to you because you don't have any kids you don't have bills you don't have anything you just worried about. Pay Maybe your cellphone or something. Whatever but when children come along and family comes along and that child wants closed and meets close and needs diapers? And you've got to feed that child. You WanNa make the child feel safe. What are you GONNA do? You know because you're not always going to be a teenager. You're not always going to be in your early twenties. Sooner or later your GonNa be an adult and the choices you made in those younger years right. Now that you're making right now are going to shape the rest of your life and it doesn't have to be that way and I wanna say this too if anybody all you gotTa do if you really truly want to change. Don't know how I wanNA give you my email and reach out to me you know and it's house of rest church at gmail.com and you know what if somebody's GonNa take that email and just cuss me out. You know what you're going to get back is you'RE GONNA get prayers back for you. That's all you're going to get my my wife cracks up because people sometimes it just seems crazy stuff and I start giving them life. I speak life into him. Because here's the thing. The Bible says that darkness doesn't comprehend the lights you know. And it's like you you can say what you want about Dino Dyno's dead you know and if you truly want to change or you don't know how to change all you gotta do is email me. This is what my my life's work is the understand. This is what I live for. Awesome awesome so house arrest at gmail.com house arrest. DJAMIL DOT COM. Oh I'm sorry. Did I get that wrong on House Arrest House Arrest Church Man. Big Mistake Edgy. Moldova is located wind. Okay South House Arrest Church at gmail.com awesome awesome and it can also get these books where Amazon everywhere every every platform you can think of..
"dyno" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Longer than my rap career but yet people WanNa label me as certain I have seen too much? I have seen too many lives change. I have seen people physically healed when I've prayed for them. I have seen too much to this this point. I'm just you know too much about it. Done exactly exactly. There's there's just too much man awesome. That's an amazing story. Well actually testimony. I mean look them but I'm not them them. Okay let me just share something. I'll take about two minutes and and I'm just an add to what you were sharing. UK Nineteen ninety-one actually. I remember the day. September Twenty Third Nineteen Nineteen Ninety man very smart man and he introduced me to history history. My first book that I read If ancient ancient history book on Egypt Syria Babylon Persia Greece. Rome and eventually Israel. Okay and yeah I read all these books Ancient history given to me and eventually he ended up giving me old book. It tells me I'm going to give you an old book. That's how old is it. Because he told me here books from seventeen eighteen hundred. She was a book collector. And I said why and I'm thinking to myself he's GonNa give me a nice book a heck of money and he gives me a sixteen eleven King James Bible Okay and I said how this book and he said it dates back to day one. That's what he said so number. I opened it up in the beginning. God I said and I said what the heck and he said it is do not read it as a religious book. Read it as a history book. That's what he told me you who all right cool. No problem. Genesis Exodus Leviticus numbers. Deuteronomy began to read it. I went to the New Testament Matt you Mark Lou. John Acts Romans first second career. I keep going on so then I brought it back to them and then he says you don rickles keep meeting. I'm GonNa give me this book and I said are you ready. And he says what stood out from you know from this book not the well. You know I read about a Syria. Egypt Persia Babylon. They're all in their. You know but the most the ones that intrigued me the most was actually the history of Israel so I began to read a little. It'll be more on the history of Israel Seventy ad when Israel was his burst of the four corners of the earth. Okay and when Tom Maple nineteen forty eight. Israel became a nation again Seven hundred sixty seven. Jerusalem is restored as the capital of Israel again. Even though today which McCall Tel Aviv is the capital of Israel. But we know that I guess according to the Bible Jerusalem is okay then I began to share with them. He was quizzing me if I actually read this book Thirty Nine Hundred Twenty. Seven hundred new The Old Testament and Hebrew is called the Tanakh the Torah the first five books of Moses wrote Okay and he was quizzing me the new testimony here with new items reading Greek except certain portions of Esther Daniel written in Aramaic was just pretty much a sister. Language of the Hebrew language I began to study the Hebrew language. Yeah I know a little bit. I know the Greek language so nobody can lie to me. Sometimes I like to look dumb and just sit back and observe people talk. Yeah you know now you may ask me Tony Believing God okay with me. There are no short answers. There are I can give you a yes or no. But here's what I will take a look at that picture. I know there was a painter if I look at a building. I know there was a builder up. Look at a car. No there was a maker if I look at a tree I I have to believe that. There's a creator okay. So I believe in intelligence designed that there is a God that designed everything co the. Why believe that the Bible is true? Absolutely one hundred percents okay. I've never had shared that before here. ODIUM radio people the trip and now you know what I don't care still the insole bear. You're with me okay so I do believe there I I mean I mean. People don't believe it they could just take the king. James Bible go to the Temple Institute in Jerusalem and they have the whole scroll of Isaiah and if you understand Hebrew you read a whole book is air from English to Hebrew and it's all there whether people wanna died or it's all all there so anyways Other than that you appeared on the seven hundred club. Yeah that yeah yeah okay people. That don't know that's a pet Robertson Robertson. Okay but now you shared a story on there that I thought was very fascinating fascinating and I want to share on you. Were in solitary and there was an assassination planned or a heater. Yeah can you share that with us. Well the thing that's funny. I'll just tell him my wife. This is that back home. That was the same. I'm completely out of the whole gang banging prison getting things right now but there was the same back then. The said God might forgive you but we don't and in a sense that that's kind of like I understood the repercussions of this thing for people to say that Iran to church. Because I was scared to be honest with you my life has never been threatened more because I'm a Christian so if I'm going to be scared it would have been easier just for me to stay the way I was actually because I was you know I mean they had a good reputation. I could go anywhere. Have my head hi sign autographs people and you may have respect you know and But the fact is that Doing this life and living this life is actually brought in something different so anyways I mean solitary confinement and by this time time people knew that I wasn't functioning anymore that I was an active anymore and I was already a Christian by this time for a year and a half so I got it to Santa Rita. Santa Rita's is one of the biggest county. Jails huge complex and this active. You've got put next to me now in solitary confinement they say twenty three and one. You're supposed to give out one hour a day. Twenty three hour lockdown but this pod was so big league that by the time my our came. It'd be three days later so really I'd get one hour every three days so he wasn't sell one his door would pop so he could have of his our. He gave us a phone or shower. Whatever you WANNA do walk around? After his our he locked in next Dave Russia. You WanNa. You're our yeah then mind POPs ups so basically somebody found out that he was next to me. He's active he gets a Huila. I don't know if you want to explain what it is. It's a little tiny micro letter the given prison. Apparently he gets away saying you need to figure out how to since you come out right before him fix your door so that way when he comes out I want you to hit him because this dude is not functioning and he's saying he's a Christian you know so he was told so he befriends me. He's all that he'd been doing state time in prison and he had he was trying to fight for some motion and so they brought him to the county jail. Yes so this is a straight beat though man I don't know what prison he I don't remember but he was there for short time he gets this he gets as these orders and that's it so obviously he. Here's the thing. I don't know how they function down here but over there. It's your best friend is GONNA do some team. Yeah so he starts talking to me and asking me about me me being a Christian at that time in his eyes. I'm digging my own grave. 'cause I'm like man I follow Jesus and this and that whatever so I'm digging my own grave and his head because he's like okay. This is no good. You know what I mean. 'cause basically anytime you preach Christ's in there it's considered preaching. You're you're spreading poison to me. It's spreading light but anyways anyways so he's told that and he's befriended me and next thing you know I start sharing with them and sharing with them sharing with him and and finally one day out of nowhere he comes to my cell. He is his time to be on his our. He comes to myself because my still had a little window and heels. David he was. I WanNa talk to you Yeah what's going on heels. I WanNa apologize for where you didn't do nothing. And that's when he told me what his plans were and he goes. I'm supposed to do this. He goes but he was gonNA give my life to Jesus to man and right then and there I let them to the Lord and after that it was crazy because he had never gonNA visit in years and when my parents came to visit me I told my dad about about the situation so my dad pulled him out for a visit and my mom put me out and we both came out and visits and my dad was able to share with him his testimony the money you know and I told him I should know what you're doing because you gotta go back to state you know and he's like well then and then we'll both die you know and and for me that's that's what this whole thing's about you know and something that the Bible says that I say all the time report says it is not I who live but Christ lives in Christ but Christ lives in me basically what that means is this is an I tell people all the time Sir Dyno's those dead he doesn't exist so when I see derogatory comments to Sir Dine on Lake Man you talking to a dead person because I'm David Rohde I'm not that person you know and I know people don't like to hear now I understand it you know there's fans that say man but I I love your music so much and I'm like you know thank you because did take artistic artistry to do the songs and get it. I'm not trying to to completely throw that away. I I get it. I understand where you coming from understand that that ain't me anymore. That's not what I'm about that isn't me anymore. You know when I got. I got baptized. I and Terminal Island which is not too far from here. I got baptized so I tell people that Servino drowned. What do you mean sir? Donald Brown Pete down now he drowned in the baptism of because they're Dina went down. David Roach came up. And that's what I say all the time you know and I know I understand I get people people people that rubs people wrong I get it man but there's nothing I can do. I'm sorry but this is my life. I gotta live my life you know. And that's it's all I can do. Awesome awesome you know for those of you that are leave negative comments. Obviously we're going to stop that. But instead of just Samir in Our Name My name in your name you don't let just pray for us. That's it if we really bother you that bad then just pray. I don't talk about us. Pray for us now. Moving on on. You're not passing up for seven years. Two doesn't eleven nine years nine years nine years and at a House Arrest House arrest in. What City Modesto Modesto okay? Now you have some books here. Do you can share with us. I I know you told me this book. Well what happened was my first time I caught a felony was in ninety nine. I got caught with. I think two ounces of Meth. They gave me a year and I did a lot of it on house arrest so and have nothing to do. So I'M GONNA write a book. I've always wanted to write a book. I'm a reader. I mean mean so I wrote this book before crisis. Actually A A. It's a non-christian book. Just it's just a story okay Now as a Christian Christian I felt it important to put it out even though it's not a Christian book because it's still a story that needs to be told because it's about a young Chicano being pulled from his culture sure and gang culture and he feels pulled between and I felt that it was very important to to release it so I released this. It's an audible on. It's on Amazon audible. Oh you know and you can. I'm the one they're eating in it. It's an e book and it's a paperback. This is on Amazon. Right nuts any barnes and NOBLE WALMART DOT COM target dot com but but because of that I got approached by somebody at my church and he says I really wanNA write my story. You know need you to help. Because he knew about this book okay and this is Affonso Gomez was a good friend of mine so we wrote this. It's he was A pastor's son crazy story man. This one is is like actually these unbelievable with you but This one you can't put it down and he always told me he goes listen. You need a release yours. You need a release yours. There's something else I didn't say when I was in solitary you gotTA program if you don't program you'll go nuts in there when I what I mean by that. Got Literally Program every minute every hour of your of Your Day in your cell you will go nuts. You'll lose.
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"Windows SORTA like Madison. Dark Room you know and we're family so that's kind of would make sense. Yeah okay okay. Yeah and now is the first official released we did this album called from the body would love okay and that we press thousand cassettes at that time when you know he knew local Stores in the bay area so so new local stores in San Francisco area. I you know so we all just put all of our resources together. Press a thousand cassettes. Shot it out and boom. They'd went like fast and we had a press. Another thousand really and it was at that time I don't know how but John Barren got a copy of that John Beranda now for those of you out here know who Giambra Ndayizeye so we'll leave it at that so so go in and continues and he got this call because I I think I had my phone number or maybe a patriot. I don't know back then you know right But somehow I got this call from Los Angeles and this guy he tells me you you know who proper doses. Of course I do use well. He's I helped put them out in jute juvenile delinquency Juna style. Maybe I don't know I don't remember any salesmen. I WANNA take this album and get it. Nationwide from the body would love thinks could be big and and ask kind of where everything took off from. There we became came within that summer became nationwide so you actually drove down here to meet him Dan Yeah Okay and So so what what did he actually just hook you up with a distribution. Is that what it was. He was working with the newly formed. Label called Sunset Boulevard. It was on libra and it was a from my understanding is a whole bunch of entertainment lawyers that had major money and they wanted to start a label and they had major money. I mean they pulled all their money together and he presented this album to them saying I think this is. We can do some of this and they redesigned the cover. The remastered it. We showed up at the student. You understand man from a little small country town and we show up to the studio. Brian McKnight was there and and I'm like what is this is crazy as big of student autumn. Email at the studio that when you go to find it nine Hollywood. Yeah Oh yeah you know and They remastered the album and Sign a contract and boom. I mean every store. We went cross country looking for a store that didn't have us and our album was an every every single store. I mean Texas Denver. Immune name it or Dow. We went to Miami new over there too. And that's kind of what I've talked talked to my wife before. So that that kind of springboard at US ahead of all other local rappers in the bay area is is that album even though it was a bum deal financially right but I mean it created this huge platform that I it would take years if I would have ever got. Okay now you guys traveling raveling and knowing you guys live did you guys ever get any altercations performing no most most performances. I did was up more. Okay now set. Because that's the only place like I said that promoter okay he will do the Cirque du Fresno to Stockton Sacramento San Jose Z.. Oakland so his whole circuit was there. He didn't go any further than that so I never had any opportunities until later do shows outside of Northern California. Okay yeah now. I'M GONNA share that story with you that I told you it was nineteen ninety-two and me and hi. C were booked to perform San and Jose. Actually we were booked twice and both times was a disaster. One of them was kind of good. Yeah this is my experience meeting gene first time meeting some not Daniels okay. It's all happens that at that time I was in to per milliliter with that every Altar San Jose saw were a blue sweater so blue. Ben Davis a Blue Nike. Cortez I had two blue. I if I'm correct I had a blue Elliott or my bruce countless had but I I too have a blue Bandana hanging out on my back pocket. Just you know come on you know my daddy used to wear and high season. Two new uh-huh dressing on hotel and I tell him he man. I'm going to eat. I'm hungry do before we go. Now the promoter to soundcheck giving us some tickets he goes. I don't know because no anybody but I got some tickets for the show. Doubt these are the last moon if you want and I said I'll take him first thing I thought I'll I'll sell them you know. And he'd give you ten tickets. And they were all obviously thinner than they had pitcher in it will perform a Lotta sheet of browned and if I believe possibly maybe like Brotherhood creed but it was another group. I'm like that did a few with letter Steve. So and this This it wasn't even a weekly. It was a big big hall in look almost like a boxing arena because the stage was in the middle so we had to walk through the crowd and so I told her she. I'm going to eat. We go I go by myself. I walked one block I find a Taco bill and I said let me just stop there. I'm looking yeah K.. Looking at the menu on let me get a Burrito supreme and make it three tackles on a large coke. And I'm looking up. I noticed that that the glare on the menu turn red like completely rid so I turned around and I saw about ten or twelve guys. He's just dressed in all read a chicano dues profitably. Maybe one black. If I'm correct or maybe darken Mexican dude and I thought all these guys were bloods. Okay and I'm looking at them and one guy walks up to me and gives right in front of me and he goes. What are you from and I said what trying to buy time and he goes? Yeah where are you from and I said well might as well just go for broke me Ali. What you're doing over here and I said Oh well we're performing and I've thought about tickets and I said well look check it out and I showed him the tickets and or performance and in the guy goes what are you performing and I thought it was done? I'll be honest You know and I go with me right there on the ticket cover. Yeah it was a heist cover and since on the cover. It was on the today so one of the guy from back home and goes. Oh those are the ticket that we couldn't buy these sold out. He said informing. I mean there and I said Yeah. That's me right there and he says can we have these and I said well. Yeah we just WanNa go go like okay. Cool man thanks. Thanks brought us all right. Cool let me get my pool later. Grandma food the hell out of there K.. So we show up to perform high seas up on stage I'm playing up. Instrumental Tummy Dog. He's up the crowd and it's just a sea of red. The San Jose okay. He thought they were all you know he told Mutola stopped in music stopped. The music and I stopped music and look at. This crowd is quite as beautiful. Thought you love this color and I'm over here like you know spout we were born. Aren't we rocked it though but I told him a dude. Those weren't blood Daniels right. There brought to beat my as Taco Bell. He thought it was hilarious. You know but that was. My first encounter was not Daniels in San Jose. So Did you ever run into any of those type. Oh crowds When you perform as far as from our site no no no okay did not know you said majority of the Shoji data were pretty much? Yeah I never her. I mean I'm sure that would have happened without ever performed in San Diego or Los Angeles. Yeah but I I never did. I never got both. Never you know a lot of times you l. like at that time. Like like the East Coast. What I noticed growing up? They had their own rap circles. They almost function function. As if no one else existed either your east coast and that was it. Anything else was his country so I guess in a sense it was kind of the same. I was that that you know everybody. We were just wrapping the experiences that we were right living. You know the things that we're living and I I think it was is more of this. This blind like blinders on. I didn't need other markets. That's the way I thought I didn't need other markets as long as I I'm selling near and doing concerts here and doing shows here so okay now you drop that album okay. Nationwide what comes next That was a one album deal with sunset boulevard after that John Brenda said. Hey I'm going to start a label myself. Why don't you come with me? Me a release all of you guys. We'll do a dark room for me the album and then we'll do solo albums of each of you so he's trying to build Cadillac right and and Because he he had to hook up distribution at the time. Yeah so we're like sure let's do it and our nationwide status continued after that with him. Okay you you know. And he pretty much released. Almost I think almost everybody in the group of Solos did a darkroom familia album and we decided to move on from there. Okay okay okay now when you say everybody else who was everybody else you'd call Dj Mt Okay. 'em He I brought him along and he released released an album Do which is one of the brothers. Okay he did an album Man I bet you. There's people through the album's more than I do like a long time and you know now I know that Duke Crooked yes okay and were they. Also you mentioned Duke. Yeah crooked was he also part of. Yeah they're both artists. Okay and so now. What year did that album interview with that? You're GonNa Drop Rob with John. Brenda explicit okay. That one came out and I WANNA say ninety four ninety five okay and hot at that album do for well I mean John. Brenda probably wouldn't tell me exactly how many how did but I'll tell you pay right. Yeah but everywhere. I went because I want to go to different states where there was huge pockets of of Latinos. They they knew who I was outside of. La Like I said I just I would just kind of bypass Los Angeles and then from Phoenix to Tucson too. I mean any other southwestern state You know they knew who I was right Russell. And why did you title that Album interview with donal pretty interesting you know so. I've been a huge fan at that time of that the Anne Rice and she wrote interviewed the vampire. Okay Okay and I thought that was very intriguing of that movie. Remember the way it started out in San Francisco. I don't know if you remember that movie and I of course it was in San Francisco where With with a Christian slater the character critics later interviews vampire in this building in San Francisco. And I'm like well I'm close to Frisco I'm close to the city Sarmah colored interview that Chicano let's Kinda just in those by that okay Not Out of all of these albums so far that had been dropped from yourself. So which one would you say was your best or your favorite one. Is there one that stands out well. I'm a little biased. Right now because I did did release a Christian one. Okay Yeah. I release a full-blown Christian when in two thousand thirteen okay but aside from that I would say the last last one. I did before going to prison. which was a engraved? These words on my stone occur. I was just talking to somebody yesterday.
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"Sponsorship by his local bike shop and and we'll do. The parades parades and everything. It was finally yeah. How long did you do that? between eighth grade ninth grade and may probably the end of ninth isolated. I I just messed up. START ACTING DUMB okay. You said you bought a bike. It's funny because my bike was Kent K. K. Mart Breath Bombonera dope estate. The wheels were like gold with the rams. I like people they were alloy wheels. You know but the only thing I could do short really a little a bunny hop and yeah kick out guess but I was never really any good but So everybody tells me as Dino Okay so then when I started rapping a few years later I just put the Sir on there because I didn't WANNA PUT MC because everybody was MCI MCI grandmaster. This I don't know so now either your first show you forget your lyrics. Who who who would you say Was the headliner. Do you remember my first show. I did was at a a law writer. Laura and magazine Visit Loretta Car Show in Oakwood. What was it called? Man It was in Mantica which is the next tracing the town next to Tracy and kid. Frost was the headliner. Really he had just came. came out with Rasa the Rasa Song Okay and But obviously he was headlining so he was. You know at the end of the right before the ended the trophies and everything else way in the beginning but that was the first time I I did a concert okay. Did you get a chance to meet him. No okay who else performance if you can. I remember At that that show. I don't remember okay. It might have been. It might have been Joe. Cooley t no no. That was a different show. He has a different Rodney. On your remit running on your. Yeah Yeah Yeah I did a whole lot of carshield's after that with a Lotta headliners after that and each time the each time it was crazy because at the a time there was hardly any on rappers. There wasn't any other than frost with with his song. You know and for sure there wasn't any up north at all. Aw so when we come out I come out all chocolate out and everything so it was a whole different thing and each show. I started gathering more people. More people start knowing my main knowing my name and I started doing the carshield circuit and we would go from Stockton and we do a Sacramento Karstadtquelle San Jose car show Oakland car. Show so my main started getting out there. They're like man. This dude of they're wrapping. You know what I mean. And and that's kind of what as more people started coming the promoter sort of bumped me up closer and closer to the headliner. Okay so before. I even had a release out. I was already headlining shows. It was just kind of backwards for most people in the industry really just headline show. And you didn't even really have been have anything just wrapper off instrumentals. If you will remind instrumentals the okay. The between me I'll throw in the twenty but might songs and I was I was really close up there Usually by this time it would be like I. I did While Ronnie Joe Cooley Second none Ice Cube Froth Cypress Hill emcee breed. You know what. I wore out surprised that we never did any shows. What would you because we did a lot of shows up north and I got another star a short story WANNA share with you this when my first encounter was I'm not saying what do you do it? What are you doing the low rider magazine circuit though? Okay no no we we just getting booked from promoters okay because I will just strictly with this promoter motor car shows. Okay okay now It's funny because okay well. I'm not going to jump into that story. I'll get into it so so now when you're doing these shows at what point now did you decide. Oh county to release my album. The whole deal with this promoter was he kept telling me you're the next biggest thing you're gonNA next biggest things every car show. He would height me up to put more flyers four okay and you know and he kept promising that he will take me to the studio and released these songs so it was like a little carrot that he hang in front of me a while and then he'd it'd be like all the carshield didn't do that good but the match was to be big naturally be big but just helped me put the flyers up and that's kind of like just you know kind of did that and toward the end He did release a EP of my songs. And that's the very first release. I had okay. Do you know what year that was. I think ninety one ninety one ninety one but what year would you say you started making music with this blind gentlemen. Eighty eight eighty eight so you Italy started in eighty eight eighty nine okay and didn't release. Nothing told Nineteen ninety-one. Yeah that was the same year that I'm not your puppet album my album. Yeah which which I bought and cyclops surprised that we never did any in shows. Now your album drops or EP dropped. Yeah jealously is locally extra seven songs I think like six okay and what was the title album. It was Gyn Okay. It was called generation under nation. At that time okay and I don't remember I don't even remember the song names like act of GATT. I don't remember maybe poor side of town Tracy Tom Amelia. I think I don't remember. Okay yeah now after that now how how did they do locally amazing. I couldn't hold onto them. Yeah just cassettes cassettes shrink rather than just and then really quick after that. Then I recorded had a full-blown album and named it. After the car club. My brother was in brown persuasion. Okay and that that one was even further now which is really took off. Wow yeah locally no distribution no nothing not now if you had to guess or maybe you do. What do you Pinkett this? Oh well what did he get. Took all just your liberty a hidden people. The music people were able to relate to it. I think all of that I I've always been told I don't know. No I'm I've always been told. My voice was unique. It's the only voice I know so I don't know you know. Another thing was the fact that nobody was doing music for our people. Okay you know. And if they did it was like like frost and now so far away right you know and But being that I would mention Shen San Francisco Oakland Sacramento. So it just there was nobody else doing it so it was like the people in your community was pretty much saying we have somebody. Yeah the embraced it and they ran with it. Yeah exactly I mean. I don't know maybe some other people that were in it as on that end. Maybe they'll say some different but my whole thing was I wanted to do music for people now. Is it okay. You know I wasn't trying to crossover. I wasn't trying to do any of those things to say. Any of that is is wrong. But I just wanted to to share experiencing of of what what I went through. You know my dad being a farm worker. My Dad that you know me being raised you know seeing the tomato fields we lived on a ranch in Tracy so sharing that experience you know. I bonded a lot mentally early when I would read a bus service and the things that he did and then my dad telling me stories about these drive is coming to the fields and saying well you know so a lot of that stuff was was a huge influence for me okay. Then after Brown persuasion came next after Brown persuasion What would you say Interview with no actually actually. After that I got tired of nothing happening I the hat daughter. Now I had a little baby daughter I got fired from my job and I said you know what I need to make money and this ain't making money. WHO CARES IF I go to a car show and as a thousand people change for me would that doesn't feed my daughter and actually contemplating just quitting rap music basic? Okay I mean I just for what. What's it for? You know leaving into do nothing and So I went through maybe almost a year of Just laying it down. I was like I don't WanNa do studio just started gathering dust and you know just do nothing okay and At that time there was a lot of local rappers that we would see each other at the cartels. Okay and then. I wouldn't see him into the next month when when I was another car. Show and these two brothers there. The ghettos brothers are the ones that started making. The movie started making moves with him. They showed up at my house because Zi ran into a homeboy of mine that lives were they lived and he brought them to my house and basically sat down with me. They're like what are you doing doing anything they like. No Man you can't give up. We gotta keep pushing and they were local artist and they had a local following in the bay area. And we've got to get together and do something okay and and I'll say for what I mean I'll just like for what it ain't GonNa do nothing. Nobody nobody wants to hear Mexican wrapping the you know and You gotTA understand. I mean now it's different but back then nobody was trying to hear it. You know. Nobody's trying to hear my homeboys. Weren't even listening to. They would listen to other stuff you know. They wouldn't even give myself at the time of day or anybody else and so but they said let's do this man. Let's do this. And how what do you mean how you do if you don't mind me asking who where these two individuals their Jose. Ed Okay. The other two brothers and a they had a following they had a group called temporary insanity in the bay area and and they said listen we see at the shows. Why don't we combine our fans and make a supergroup? Yeah and you know some of these rappers you know this rat right. New Rapper out of San Francisco and and and sore late. Let's combine our fan base. Would you got like a thousand people that like your stuff. Yeah well we got you know maybe the same amount mountain sold so has the same amount. Why don't we create the supergroup in we came up with the name? Dark Room for me too okay. And wh what inspired dark room for me because there was I regularly with on correct called Amelia records. Yeah that was later. I don't care of later but it was a legacy. My Dad lived in a ranch and those old building and I built my studio back there and once we built kind of reminds me of this it would just completely enclosed..
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"And I stand by my word that I will put this up against any west coast documentary of when it pertains to hip hop history and and Let me give a shout out to my boy jen from fasching town off a western and Carson Street hoping to get that wrong Jin bashing town. He blessed me with his hat and women's insured. I'm always represented neighborhood. I got love for my people in my neighborhood and love everyone and once again one more announcements Shot up to my boy not nine percent diego because he bless me with this little owl you can order this at. WWW sawed off curtail dot com. That's cartel would a K- www dot off cartel dot com. I'm going to let this guy hang out for a minute over here For the rest of the show but now we're all waiting for special guests so I'm going to jump right into it What operatives do all the way from Stockton California David Rocho formally emily known as Sir Dino? Thank you sir for coming over waiting for an applause. But I can't hear how you doing man doing good. It's a long drive though. I'll ask how dry it was nice. Actually it was pretty fast by why she lives in. She's originally from the San Fernando Valley really really so I bring her to visit her family and stuff and actually. This was the fastest. We got him. We got here. Quick but It was you know because you know that a on on Sunday we went to church and just had the car pack gas tank full and just made our way all the way over here so now. We're here yeah. Matter of fact this morning you were preaching on facebook because we're friends on facebook I saw you preaching a sermon as good as good now. I know it Sunday last Sunday. We did and how episode if you will because civil super bowl so since you are originally from up north if I'm correct Are you a forty niners. Fan Raiders. Okay raiders rated. Did you enjoy the Subaru. Yeah Yeah Yeah Happy with the album. No I mean name that one touchdown you know which one I'm talking about. What come on come on you know what I mean? It's like even though. I support my raiders. I I mean I'm just west coast so it's a California team playing so I was hoping for the niners but man. It was a good game regardless games. That's good that's good man So now oh let's jump right into it Where are you originally from? What were you born? Where were you raised at was born and raised in in Tracy? Okay Yeah it's a small town right nomin Stockton which is about twenty minutes away but I was born and raised in. Tracy's it's about. It's an hour hour east of Oakland. Okay over forty minutes away from Oakland. Okay yeah so just to kind of you know. You might have went to a lot of Oakland Raider Games in hopefully of only ability to have a lot of Raider parties in my house though but Yeah I've only been two games but I mean just Kinda uh-huh geography wise. You know it's not too far from the Bay Area San Francisco Oakland Okay over and and and what elementary school did you attend out there in Tracy Clover High Uh clover middle school which doesn't exist anymore really. Yeah so was that Brom if you will. What is it from K.? To eight that was like sixth seventh and eighth grade okay and At the time it was a small town okay so there was only two middle schools and that was it so clover was one of them. And that's where I went but it's not there anymore. They turned it into some other type of school or something and high school tracey. Hi tracey hi. What what would you guys mascot a bulldog a dog okay? It's you know these little towns near like everybody's behind the football teams right. You know. It's like it's what you call a football town and back then we were winning championships left. And Right. And you know so tracy high bulldogs were just dominating. The this was during the eighties mid to late eighties. Okay and So it's a football town and and One High School now. I think there's a handful of them. Now what what what was your. What were your school colors? Green and Gold Green Gene and gold had been so long growing up after going to high school. Maybe before. Did you ever play any pop warner football ball or baseball or anything. What about high school football now even though your schools dominate you didn't even like play? They probably would have lost the photo joining. I'll because you look at look at your. Do you like that was a skinny kid actually as a skinny kid in high school meals that was real thin and and I don't know what happened but you know right but Yeah I didn't get involved in a Lotta stuff man I didn't and just really Went Down the wrong. I'm pat really early really Brothers sisters three brothers no sisters. No one little brother and Well two older older brothers and one younger brother. So it's four of us okay and and Going up at home with your mother your father. Yeah what what type of music would you say so you were raised or grew up with around your home. Well you know my mom and she became a Christian when I was five my dad when I was eight so it was more like. They were like hardcore Christian. Like you can have worldly music around on But I grew up around the music. My brothers played. Yeah so my brothers. The only time I could listen to music was when I went cruising with all their brother because he had a low rider heels. Low Rider car club so he played a lot of Just what we consider old school now but it wasn't right old school then you know but I mean if I would name I guess. A lot of those Prince Michael Jackson Das- band gap ban a lot of that. Let's midnight star right. You know so so. I grew up around a lot of that. And then the beginning of Rab Grandmaster Flash mealy mouth. I remember my brother had that and I was blown away. The first time I heard rap music really yeah yeah grandmaster flash and what was on with. That'd be the message. Yeah but but he had. He had the whole cassette. Okay so We would just play in play played. I couldn't get had enough of it like there's something about it. I never heard nothing like that. Before and I can't run on just a lot of those groups around that old. All these two about oldies. So I'm sure you listen to their music Caniggia's like hiding from your parents know. Make sure that they don't listen to a funny story was the fact that Like I said I grew up in a Christian home in leg. It wasn't allowed well. My brother bought African Bamba. Okay her planet rock and he had the album and my dad had one of those old school record players the kind of like their wooden but it was plastic. Right what that I would learn how to scratch on that and just bumping bumping and loud because I got home from from school everybody at work. My Dad was a farmworker so he wouldn't get home to the sun went down okay. Well this day. He got home early and he walks. He wants the porch. And here's not only his record Blair. We're being played. Not only his record player being scratches needle because he can't do that those cool ones but worldly music being played. Oh man he came. Busted the door busting into the break through the door. Open the door and broke the record. And what are you doing this and that and it's kind of funny because I joked with them out because I'm like dad. If you broke that have been rebellious and became a rapper lately. You know 'cause I'm just joking with my butt. I joked with them and say that. That's what sparked it right there. But I said that I'm just I'm just trying to DJ scratch late. He wasn't hearing it. You know but it back have scratch pads either. You know said so you're scratching the bottom of the wreck. Yeah so now let me ask you this and be honest did you pop or break dance back in the days yes of course right the of course we all did we need good. I was really good at popping. Okay break dancing. I could hold my own. These any good moves you can. Yeah we cleared the stable. Okay now every play any instruments at all in school or at home no later the lady. Okay Yeah Okay now Your brother so would you say your brothers were somewhat of a major influence on you Leading you so to wrap if you will Because they actually introduced you to yeah to wrap up on and you said a big influence or something you're really attracted to who was in the furious five message and that they had the Song Scorpio win and a bunch of other songs. So would you say that those songs were early early inspiration to be coming rapper or is that just I. May I think at that time I just I just love I loved it. I loved the music and the VIBE. Eben what he was doing. Because it's so different that you know and I think that was more of an influence toward just the whole cheek. Unease mall low. Oh writing 'cause my brother was in the low rider. Car Club is one of the oldest car clubs actually in in Stockton which was Brown persuasion and so I would always go to their meetings When our low rider magazine would come and do a car show It was like a big deal for me to go with my brother to enter his car. And we buff waxes axes car and clean it up and really exciting. So that whole life is I kind of feel like this pull because I was raised in a Christian home mhm with the same. Nothing's wrong with low riding right. I'm saying what what I turned into later right but at the time it really ingrained in me that whole lifestyle and just our culture. Yes I grew up in bracing that you know and I think that influenced not the rat but what I rapped about ochre okay okay Did you end up graduating high school. Now don't feel bad news I admit that shamefully yeah. I love learning now. Yes and I'm like why didn't I love learning. Then you know and to actually to be honest I'd have a problem. We'll learn. I just had a problem with listening the teachers same here you know. 'cause learning wasn't a problem. I would actually have always been reader all my life all my life since I was a kid all the way through high school I would. I know that sounds weird but sometimes I would ditch school and go to the Librarian. Varian read really. Yeah and it's weird I I would and I'll pick different subjects out like Roman civilization and I just sit there and read it. You know. It just is weird. Some of them are homeless. Thought it was Kinda weird like this dude way reading books. Lord you know but Yeah I didn't graduate high school At eighteen you did go back to get my GD though okay. Because by that time I had a daughter and for whatever reason I had the clarity enough to say man. This little girl is going to grow up some day. You and I want to be able to push her education. And how can I do it without one myself so I went back to the Gd in got that so okay. Okay now what year. We used to postgraduate. Do you remember ninety ninety. Okay I was host to graduate. Eighty six you know but I always tell everybody I graduated joie backstage. I was just cruising around the graduation. My brother drinking forties. But I wish I could because you know as sad as this may may sound and I don I believe me. I don't say just probably I say shamefully. My mom had ten kids and only one graduated high school. Only one. So you back to you gotta come here at Woodrow with some rural..
"dyno" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"dyno" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"He we we put him on the dyno by right all of these here is the trash and you want the doctor actually like dynamite for life if you love your dog you don't just want to help you one we'll be former New York Yankees great don Larsen dies at age ninety he's the only player to pitch a perfect game in World Series history that happen in game five of the nineteen fifty six championship against the Dodgers pope Francis starts off the new decade with an apology pope Francis has since apologized for his response to a woman pulling him by smacking her hand in his new year's wishes in Saint Peter's square Wednesday the pope confessed to losing his patience with the woman Tuesday night while taking a stroll in the square admiring the Vatican's nativity scene cameras capturing the moment quickly going viral online one person tweeting quote what a weird way to start a new decade another person writing not what Jesus would have done Monica deluca fox news a fire at a zoo and Germany killed dozens of animals in the first moments of twenty twenty a fire at the Crutchfield to in western Germany kills more than thirty animals including apes and monkeys bats and birds witnesses report sky lanterns flying at a low altitude near this you shortly after midnight and just before the fire the zoo near the Dutch border says the entire eight house burned down only two chimpanzees could be saved by firefighters the director adding many of the dead animals are close to extinction in the wild the usually safe lanterns are both illegal and rare in Germany sky lanterns have been used in Asia for centuries and Kerik fox news and thousands of terrorists in Australia are getting out as wildfires torch more areas the military's beginning evacuations as conditions grow worse this week alone fires destroyed three hundred and eighty one Holmes killed at least eight people that brings the total deaths that have died in those fires to seventeen on Wall Street reopens Thursday after a break for new year's day.
A Chat With Guy Gsell, President & Founder of Field Station Dinosaurs
"Now. Let's join a conversation with Guy Gazelle the president and Chief Executive Producer of field station dinosaurs here on those leadership guy. Welcome the show so happy to have you here. It's great to be here. My curiosity is piqued. I have so many questions first and foremost I'm a kid I was. I guess every boy's goes to kind of girls. Go through horseface think little boys go through dinosaur phases maybe right. I was like a dinosaur fanatic. It was a freak about dinosaurs. Now we see more and more girls are into the dinosaurs in fact one of the most popular web series now is Dyno Dana. Yeah that's right. That's right. I've seen that that it had really gone out of fashion have they. They just always consistently popular yeah when I was putting my business plan together and I I was going out to investors trying to convince them to invest in a dinosaur park which is not something that exists you know really and because what I had to sell was the popularity of dinosaurs yeah and that the dinosaurs have been popular so they I sparked the imagination. You're in the eighteen eighties. They were lines around the block right to see the first dinosaurs in in London and in Philadelphia the the biggest blockbuster movie of the of the nineteen teens was was Gertie. The dinosaur which is a which is a cartoon in on the biggest blockbuster movie. The of twenty eighteen was drastic world three. I mean it's just has never has never gone down right. Why the FA- I mean I guess I guess it's intuitive who'd of why we're so fascinated with him because he seems so unreal I guess but what do you think the fascination is around. I think that they seem unreal but they were real and that's the fascination and that's what kids love about them because at an age where more and more things taken away from kids so there is no Santa Claus there is no tooth fairy. There is no Easter Bunny. There is no abominable snowman but but there is this they were real. We never take the dinosaurs away from the kids and the other thing that I think that really resonates with children is they have a shaky sense of time a few days in a while two years ago seventeen million years years ago. That's all the same to a little kid but when you tell them they lived right here so here in Derby we have a you you know a tyrannosaurus which is the kind of dinosaurs that actually marine reptile that lived right here in Kansas Yeah and when you tell them they lived here right where you are that really resonates with kids. They're like Oh. This giant thing was here that I think is what's interesting you so. I oh I think back to that. When I was that age you know eight nine when I was just so every tunnel to the library has picking a book doing learn everything that could about it and this isn't the seventies and when I found out that these lived here and I remember going to one of the I guess it was called the on this fear here at the time it was used to be the old original library and they had you know those fossils of this marine animal lived here and I'm like what you know. This was an ocean just fascinating. It's interesting that you put it that way. Yeah how how okay so. How did it all start so were you fascinated with dinosaurs as a kid yeah I was? I might really really early. Earliest memory was going to the New York world's fair in the in the nineteen sixty five at the world's for ran two years but I only remember number nineteen sixty five to sixty four and they had the the very famous sinclair dinosaur exhibit and I remember that exhibit and being really fascinated with with that and you know my first my favorite book when I was a kid was Danny and the dinosaur the whole dinosaur kids still read that makes me very happy happy and if I go anywhere and I say have any of you have read this book all the kids for his hands so yes now. I did not stay a dinosaur this or fanatic I mean that was something from my childhood that that I remembered fondly search like dinosaurs went ahead kids of my own taking them to the American Museum of Natural History three to see the dinosaur bones Was You know a big highlight of of being a dad for kids that age but I came back to the dinosaurs really when I started working in the exhibit business and how do we get involved in the business. I mean were you kind of looking at your background where you you integrate drama theatre acting. That was kind of what you thought your dream. Your path was going to be yes so I worked in the theatre. My my whole career as of of playwright as stage manager I did. I did some acting I became the managing director of a theater company. I mean I sort of worked my way up what you would call a theater generalist and so I was working at a theater in Red Bank New Jersey in we've did the capital campaign and we built a brand new theater and what happened is that caught the attention of some New York theater producers they were developing. I Am Exhibit Hall in The New York Times building in Times Square and because I had years of theater experience and I had just built a brand new building just done exactly what they wanted to do and almost built from scratch an organization they hired me to come in and and develop Ben. I was the original director of Discovery Times Square so that's how I got into the exhibit business guys in the theater we're going into the exhibit business and they hired a guy from the theater to go into the exhibit business with them and it was in the exhibit business and we did. King Tut and Titanic Harry Potter we did the the largest taurine exhibits that are that are currently out there and in the exhibit business we were constantly doing testing trying to figure out what what what exhibit to bring in next and dinosaurs always scored the highest every every time we did any kind of Nielsen intesting audience testing dinosaurs came in as the thing that was going to be the most popular and it wasn't appropriate. We had fairly low ceilings. Nothing being big enough to bring in a giant dinosaur. We were doing more high end. Shows like King Tut. We did the densities girls the producers didn't I think that animatronic dinosaurs really was a good match with the Dead Sea Scrolls so I got the idea then I said yes I should somebody should go out out there and do an outdoor animatronic dinosaur exhibit in New Jersey and sort of hit me that is actually the most qualified person to do that so in what way why why well I had the exhibit experience. I've grew up in North North Jersey just outside of New York City so I knew the the area. I knew exactly what would happen. I just built a exhibit hall. I had just built a theater so I had a lot of experience launching things and building things so I don wow so. Let's hang hang on so that that nudging that you've got he say okay I'm going to we need to put this dinosaur park. In New Jersey came in a dream and a PIFF AENA calling thing on a train on a journey what if you had to look back in retrospect and evaluate why this calling you think is it because you like the excitement of creating an exhibit. Do you like the educational aspect of it. What do you what what is it So I spent twelve of my years in theater. I spent working in children's theatre. touring internationally with a theater company called the paper. APOR bag players so teaching kids entertaining kids that is something that that that I really like and and understand hand so that aspect of it is very exciting to me. and that's what we do there. I mean in addition to Amtrak dinosaurs we have over forty live chain games and shows and activities that kids participate in so it's. I really did take my my years as a theater artist and combine line that with my experience in the exhibit business and my experience in in administration and and and management and I said I'm just gonNA put these altogether and I'm just GonNa Start this dinosaur park so sitting on the train you felt this was the purpose of calling. It was so strong that you immediately jobbers is something that you ruminated marinated over for quite a while so I not a fool so I was gonNA. Just quit my job I because because I had been working in the theater and had done a capital campaign. I knew a number of people who were both philanthropists but I also knew a number RAV people who were had had done some investing in theater had done investing in Broadway shows and I went went to them and I said to this my my business partners now my business partners then my perspective business partners and explain to them the the allure of dinosaurs and why I thought this would work and I said I need some seed money. I and the seed money was enough for me to quit my job and to scout out locations and try to secure location for the park and to find out more more about the business of dinosaur park because they exist. They're not they're not as big in North America much bigger in Asia and there are many more in Europe than than here it and find where I would find these animatronic dinosaurs and what they would cost and sort of got a business plan together so those investors said yes we. We are excited by this. We think this is great. We see the good work.
"dyno" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Go well so we have to mitigate those risks the best that we can we have does require squad vehicles to install a device that when turned down alerts after users within a two mile radius of pursuit is taking place hurricane Dorian that he is now on its way to the U. S. mainland this after sweeping past Porter Rico leaving the island mostly on touch thankfully but Florida might not be as fortunate ABC meteorologist Melissa Griffin has the latest on Dorian's happened what it could mean for the folks in Florida anywhere from Miami to Jacksonville needs to stay on alert and get hurricane prepared right now we have days for care for this because we could be looking at a category four hurricane by this weekend any impact or possible get can including danger storm surge hurricane force winds heavy rain over of what so regardless anyone in the state of Florida on the east coast especially needs to prepare for hurricane conditions the storm is expected to reach land of by late Sunday or early Monday morning likely as a category three or four at that point potentially it also will affect those flying sports traffic and weather next WTMJ news on eleven oh four spectrum of offers the flexibility you want and savings you deserve get our unlimited data plan and save up to forty percent or pay for just the data you use with our by the game plan both plans have unlimited nationwide talk and tax bring your current phone and save even more ready for a new phone get our best trade in offer plus an extra one hundred dollars towards a new one your mobile dot com today restrictions apply check for details this is Jeff Wagner for Sir pro painters a few years ago I hired triple painters to repaint the exterior of my former home and it instantly boosted my properties curb appeal boost your home's curb appeal this summer with a fresh coat of paint while protecting it from the heat the storms and the insects their summer calendar is a few spots available secure yours now schedule your free estimate online it's sort of pro dot com or call eight hundred closer to that server with the C. sort of pro painters say we do painting you'd do life there certainly are benefits to being a certain age if you're fifty five or over Milwaukee county zoo admission live music treats a fun walk anymore our free for you it's senior celebration sponsored by St Camillus a life planned community this Friday the thirtieth from nine AM to one PM rock out it says that include close enough with special guest British invasion sixty four all thanks to network out enjoy it on a one mile route within the beautiful Milwaukee suit hosted by the Wisconsin senior Olympics indulging complementary cookies and ice cream at the pack welcome center and re live your childhood reduced to dollar tree this is health and wellness exhibitors and try your luck in a game of bingo create new memories from like a recreation Mr skeletons in paleontology states that sent the parking brake dyno freezing mission to all fifty five and over with ID parking and other.
"dyno" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Whatever his name for visas. John, barry. You ever sold only John the Baptist show. John the bat shattered Atlanta Hawks you think that's bad. They the Michigan Michigan state game. They did a split screen of some student that had a waffle on his hand. Forever. Darker watching that and the yeah. Yeah. And he was. I am not going to say because I don't want to. I'm not going to be look like the worst. I'm not going to be dark. He just looked like a terrible person. He's always said to like, what did you like have been under the influence of things, but he may or may not be of age Iran seeing the Grand Canyon fans. I wanna give shout out. What I have here Carlton our friends north of the border. Oh nice. Ravens. They won another national championship. They beat my couch. They'd be my beloved Calgary. Dino's the Dino is where my favorite because I saw early in the season our guy. Jordan Henry came on the podcast over the summer when these Canadian teams Carlton was beating everybody and we had him discussed. What the hell's going on up there? He tweeted out like the top ten rankings, and he I saw Calgary Dyno's, and I was laughing my ass off like, that's their nickname. And it's like a cartoon. It's like Barney the dinosaurs. Like, basically there. So the Calgary Twitter account tweeted me, we DM we have this whole thing set up and they were going to send me a basketball jersey Dyno's basketball Titus on the back. I don't know Calgary make it happen. I never got it. So they were my team. But I don't know. I'm I'm I'm I'm a I'm a free agent. That's all I'm saying I could be bought Carlton though, Ryerson right now trying to figure it out McGill McGill make me an offer. Carlton won another national championship. They beat Calgary was ranked number two and the and the country. And yeah, Canada's our country by thirty four they beat them by thirty four and the title game number one team be it's like uconn women's shit. They have won fourteen to seventeen titles. They have won eight of the last nine Calgary one at last year. So shout outs Carlton for compla- complacent in America. We should invite Carlton at the first four that should be Dayton ship. It really. The time line works out this. This is Jordan said on when we had him on the podcasts the timeline matches up their season is over. Now. They have free time give him a couple of weeks off. Let them be one of the first four. Let's see what happens like drum Moran. I Carlson does he have you dig by towel new team? Go. Two kids. And I wanna shout out Daniel muscleman for. We got another Eric muscleman Nevada the must bus they won the mountain west again on on Saturday there when the mountain west he takes his shirt off. Daniel muscleman has a marker on hand draws three P on his chest. And then he walks around as wife is drawing. Three Pete is. I don't know, man. I God love muss. But I you're off the bus. Why you would be off the bus because it's it's. Winning or is it about. Okay. I'm I'm I know it's about winning because I'm off the bus because I thought he was to UCLA he's not winning like if if they lose in the set. I don't know. He's not getting a real job. I'm worried about the guy. He's got a real job readings Ainhoa CLA. He didn't say no said, no. Yeah. That's. Quickly, Felicity Huffman, just well, it's not just tweeted, but had tweeted what are your best hacks for back to school season?.
"dyno" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"And now lease speaks with the author. Hey, Ben, how are you? How's your day? So far today. Would you do? Like, a rock, maybe some sort of geigo rock geyser rock. What does that mean? Like volcano just hot water that comes out. That's amazing. Where did you find it found it come on the dirt just like on the ground? Yeah. Really? Why you act the gig break. Did you know you're looking for a guys arrack they're looking for plane walk whatever down? I was happy with it or you immature geologist. I look for that by the basically, gut it, and and you like rocks like interested in rocks. Yeah. What do you? Find interesting about them think they can cut off thing about the pack. Are there any examples you could give a kind of rock you could find that would tell us something at the past? And in the fossil is what awful as bones of a dinosaur or anything that led to on jail. Fifty million years ago when you're out digging for rocks? Are you thinking in your head like, maybe I'll find a dinosaur bone today might not be guy, no bones? But I have claimed I thought as one like a pale bone to a T X stegar store, you sound one of those Eric digging. And till I hit something I got up, and it was just like it looked more like an elephant head, and then you like took a closer look. And you're like, what is this thing? Compare that to the fossil's I've seen the like, I think this might be see she died or like taking up here. I don't know yet. If I did or not go to secure if you found a new species of Dino, I never got a complete my gig ever. You're not going to complete your dig ever. I can't one. Well, I can't ever go there. There's you know of people around in and I could do it. Because the my teach us what a Latin made all at school jolly have no idea why they won't let me got it. So you're saying like it's sort of hard to do a big archaeological dig at school because there's like people around. Yeah. My good. But when I gave it isn't Vogel because I asked to just stop it over time. They're like stub digging. Yeah. And you're like, hey digging here. I. Doing it. I really appreciate your determination. Ben, you wrote the story backstroke raptor. Yeah. I heard somewhere that raptor could open a door. Is that true? It is from labor girl. One of the most intelligent animal on the planet because the idea that Dino opening a door sounds pretty scary to me, I think they can do a lot of things refer clogged they could probably pick up like this phone, Dino and a phone could wreak havoc. It would probably eat buffet. Because he doesn't know what it is. Yes. He probably would eat the phone. Are you able to do the sound that are after makes? I really wanted like. I think sometimes they do. Like a hunk sort of. Yeah. I'm not getting that sound yet. But I'm burning it. I think do everything. Dial Ichi Ben this has been so fun to talk to you. Thank you for chatting with me today about Dyno's, and bones and rocks and everything right by. Why? Thanks for listening to the story pirates.
"dyno" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Bonetti, it can be Amazon ACS very soon gonna be supporting dockers, warm or hassle. Nomad any scheduling platform four containers that you wish and then once as contemporary scheduled the computers, basically abstracted away from you equal scale it will kill zero will scale to whatever copies of of of computer, you need automatically. You don't have to do anything in donate to manage the M's jumped by security patches or fetches a already done in the background by by ocean. And basically gives the developers service way you manage their containers in also very very reasonable pricing of computer, they can on lock as they scale the experience of deploying a container on your product. Ocean. It seems quite similar to deploying a container on an AWS far gate or as Azure container. Instance. These are these long-lived container instances, the server service containers, how do the containers that you're spinning up for people on ocean compared to these container instances that the cloud providers offer. So I think we're hitting a spot where we basically offer the same service like like Ozzy container instances, the or. And a just a matter of like how efficient we are in acquiring the underlying computes and our goal is to be way more efficient that any other provider in acquiring the compute underneath of the container. Right now, I find these container instances so interesting and so useful because I've been a longtime user of horr- Oku and her Roku is as far as I know just giving you a container it's been giving people containers for a very long time since before containers were trendy and they're called Dyno's on her Oku and heroic is made a great business out of selling Daigneault's to people because that's all you need often. You know, many people who are hobbyist developers or even at a large company and they wanted to use her Roku. They can spin up their entire application is just some monolithic application that just runs in a long lived container. And and that's great. That's what a lot of people need. So that's what AWS and Azure have been offering with this far gate and container instances products respectively. And I was talking to you about this. When we were at qb con, but it surprises me that there's not more excitement around the idea of these low cost cloud provider container instances where you can just spin up your monolith in standalone container people see more excited about the idea of managing a Cooper netties cluster. When in fact, like why would you wanna be a cluster operator? You could just be a an operator of your application. Abstraction? Why is that why do people want to manage their coober netties when they could just manage their application in terms of these container instances, you know, different. I couldn't agree more. I think you right in terms of also its greatest you how what he Roka did like becoming so trending now. And also if you go like that and look at Google app engine, which is basically the same thing. Equal. That's true. And ready for not yet. So and I think this is like the strength of eight of US, which they are actually meeting the market, whatever the market needs death. So they will not introduce like, you know, some spaceship when you you just need like a regular car. And I think that that's a big thing for Amazon and right now, he's becoming popular because people like did that you know, runway. Like, hey, we knowing what is container. Okay..
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