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"ela" Discussed on Reboot Revolution

Reboot Revolution

09:56 min | 10 months ago

"ela" Discussed on Reboot Revolution

"Fifteen minutes to an hour you put into it is one hundred eighty days worth of teaching and kids actually wanting to go onto math when he'd go on can we play a hoot so it's it's it's it's all built up and getting giving over the first few hurdles of technology he has now it's regular word amidst something we didn't really have in the first ten years of my teaching yeah we talk a lot in our department about the short term pain of what you're talking about setting up those little pictures but the long term gain being the good part of that short term pain for long-term gain sort of is technology it really is a does take some some up it takes some training it takes some time and patience to get it rolling but once you do it can save you so much time so let's talk about the time at saving you and the things that you're able to do with your Eli Block because of Technology we came in to watch your students and they were on read works I believe the daily became just which is a pretty basic program but it does mirror testing so your students were in and they were working independently on reading tests and you were walking around and I want you to talk about the interactions and what is happening what is really happening in that moment that it with technology particularly early and your interaction with students that you couldn't have done without the tech absolutely would you guys didn't get a chance to see was the prep-work my differentiated teaching started with the assigning of read works he can choose lexi's for kids so that they can be success full and they can grow so Nyeri child was doing the same story summer working on at a different standard which that benchmark testing brought out so I had set up their independent learning which turned into the correlation with me working with them as walked around I was maybe talking to student one and saying you need to check question number two because I can see if they got the question right or wrong and through reading the passage before they came in I could give him a hint on okay maybe you need to go back to paragraph two and look for a keyword in the question so that was I part of in the second part of it's the the best because I get a chance to watch them type in their essay answers and there's usually three of them and and I have a writing conference with every single student during that time which imagine ten years ago that's three days of trying to get every kid a writing conference where they're going grow grow as a writer and be more successful so yet just just just basically you quick results which kids want they they want they need that made miata monitor and adjust to help them differentiate their learning reteaching was happening right in there in that same fifty five minute block and then recourse on their writing and then I teach how to cite passages in their answers during the same time I walk over to student three into let's look at us look at your first sentence where did you find that fact what was in paragraph one accord into paragraph one right that's the way you need to write that so there are so so much that that ends up successfully for kids at the end of those fifty admits where I couldn't do if I said okay here's a story it's out of our basal it seventeen pages I think it's Kinda cool on and on and they're going Oh we have to work sheets with it okay and we're GonNa make a web diagram and we're GONNA do ten words vocabulary that turns them off and to have him do the digital and work at their pace and also six of the kids were listening to it audio the Audio version which which is again you're differentiated teaching without saying look what I'm doing look what I'm doing I'm differentiating and it's happening right then and there so you're you're you're covering a lot of hurdles in just one lesson so that's what read works is is really good for that by common lit if you want to get to that later Ooh they're they're thematically based you have to have the central idea and then the next question is you have to find proof of that and if you miss one you miss too so that really prepared us with common lit I have the opportunity again to exile to choose state standard to choose student student interests and so I've I've got my different differentiated levels working what with that I don't see the questions until the end where they got them right or wrong they have to submit so as students submit I conference with them let's go back I can look at question one and two because you got part of your support right and you got your central theme right but you missed your second party or support so I get a conference with them right then and there and then they have an essay at the end and I get to do that with them interactive so again there's the keyword it's all interactive teaches you're not sitting not watching And I think they enjoy that so well it's funny because you mentioned cahoots a lot of teachers get started with technology with a hoot and it's a great place to start because it's simple it's easy to set up it's not it's not terribly challenging kids love it it's heist success but it's a tool it's it's one tool and I feel like sometimes when teachers here about tools they do the same thing you did where they go oh my gosh I don't have time to set that up to stress out it's too much and that's legit it is a lot sometimes and I totally respect that and then you have another way to use technology where you give it to the students in new sit back at your desk and grade papers and you know we've seen it both ways yeah and no judgement there's just different ways of teaching I love that you've sort of found the middle place where real authentic antic teaching is taking place and it's not you standing up being a sage it's not the students isolate working alone but you are walking around real time specific data that you're using to give the students feedback and I think that is incredibly powerful piece yes so what you're doing is super remarkable and what I want is for you to tell me a little bit about the your room setup because you are easily able to move around the room but I also noticed that you do not have your teacher desk front and Center in the room tell me a little bit about your your intention -ality with setting your room up the way it is first of all I didn't want to be in front of the kids all the time because they need to see what I'm talking about not me so to do that I moved I moved to small computer desk over to the side so that I was at an angle looking at the kids but the smartwatch was in front of them and on that I have my my laptop my my computer mounted are elevated so that I can use it as my camera and I have other two other screens where I can have my have my have have my online math book with the kids and I can manipulate it by writing on it and and showing them things from the side of the room yeah and they don't have have eye contact so that was a big part of my changing and teaching because at first I had a stand up stand up desk and I stood right in the middle of the room and and they were on the sides and they couldn't see most the time yeah so that was a big part of using my room space which I know is is something were observed on okay look at the screen they're they're in such a habit of looking at the teacher and they would turn around and look at me and I would say you guys I'm not what you need to hit me they want so badly to look at the teacher and I just think that's an ingrained thing in them and I you know Kane and I when we were in watching you you're moving around that room you you were not stationary I think that's really important What is St students need to know you're differentiating how will we know they learned it you're making you're seeing that instant data and then you're taking action based on whether or not they learn it and then you're able to take it down whatever road you need to for intervention and I think that's really remarkable so hey tim I just WanNa thank you so much for being here you are a revolutionary teacher whether you want to believe it or not and we just want to thank you for being here have a fantastic October break my pleasure the teacher who should be featured on the show please contact us at the I. 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"ela" Discussed on Reboot Revolution

Reboot Revolution

12:06 min | 10 months ago

"ela" Discussed on Reboot Revolution

"Welcome to reboot revolution. I'm your host carry Cedar American producer Kane Reagan Welcome revolutionaries you are revolutionary considerate came eight today on the show we have Tim Lorenzen he's a sixth grade teacher from Los Angeles Elementary so it's Kinda cool to have him on the show the I've known him since I started working in Mesa and not only is he just a good friend but he's an incredible teacher and I look look up to him as a mentor and a lot of ways he just so gifted at planning and implementing lessons one of the things that I got out of this carries I listen to Tim is just the he was using technology to make his life easier he would not he would design a lesson in just letting the total tim fashion he would put the time into the planning side he would he would use it to differentiate instruction he would be able to set exile numbers and stuff on his with for his kids and just what a great way to to impact kids while saving yourself sometime in the process for sure I really love the differentiation that he talked about and then he talked about giving real-time feedback and it reminded me of when we interview Janet Robinson and how she had said that she's never given more feedback then now that she's paperless she gives so much more feedback and I just think that that's really important way to use technology we're super excited about this episode and we hope you enjoy reboot revolution this is reboot revolution a podcast for teachers by teachers bringing you innovative ideas to engage your students here's your host Kerry Sir Tim Hello Gary Hey thanks so much for being here we are really excited for you to share what you're doing with your la students with your students through La Before we jump into all of that with technology I want you to talk a little bit about your career and kind of tell me where you've been how you ended up where you are tell us your story all right first of all it's my pleasure to to be on your podcast my journey started in nineteen eighty seven at sullom entry coming from Iowa where we had no technology The original Miss Margaret Nelson Sixty years old never used anything had spirit master to make copies so I started off really really behind the ball coming into Salt I was in a portable as the seventh second grade teacher in seventh third grade teacher who did not know we had a copy machine did not having overhead so my technology basically started had sulk with light switches and whiteboards which might have been sort of technology at that time and the journey ends up going to take the end where I'm actually in the same portable with massive amounts of technology that has really enhanced to new learning teacher learning progression through curriculum Among a lot of other things yeah and it's funny because you said you were at salk elementary in the portable but that's not where you are now no no no no me what happened with portable well I progressed onto Falcon Hill state east and worked for Julia Kelly which we started with some technology with overhead machines and moved onto less and this with Julia Kelly again and The the story about the portable is salt built g buildings and Los Angeles had grown to where they needed portables so the portables were moved over to four of them were moved over to Los Angeles and throughout the years seven years ago I finally ended up in portable twenty one one same portable we had put our names on lower part of a wall just as we were here and Lo and behold I'm back in the same portable but the technology that ables went through is is is incredible yeah it's been a great part of learning through the district and having these opportunities through our technology fields I think that's super for unique that you started at one school in a portable in that portable literally moved across town and you're in it again as craziest it's so funny so let's talk a little bit about your Eli Block I want you to paint a picture well actually I want you to talk about what he looked like when you first started teaching what what did you do when you were a young teacher just starting out and kind of take me on a journey of how you're teaching has transformed through the years starts back and my first five years really know technology was a basal for our reading and Grammar Book for our writing and in and La stuff That was a lot of work a lot of modeling a lot of fill in the blank a lot of worksheets st wouldn't teacher interaction was minimal it was you you taught for a little bit and you let them go and then you're intervened and retired as you need to I progressed more into the use of overheads and being able to to model in front of kids on a wall with projection and that kind of broad me into leaving and going to send us where might La blocked now consists of about a fifty fifty the I start the year with paper and Pencil closed reading and annotating getting the hands on and the other fifty right now is the use of our land Noveau thank pads and the projector without those we'd still be back it tried to progress into high technology but right now my kids though the work on a focus skill and that'll be our hands on and then we'll go to one of many many different websites or resources that have become a available to us because of our teacher La- Novo's in our students hands on a touchscreen the Novo's so three days a week I'm working with them on computer interacting with them through these other programs so in a nutshell I've come from basically a wipe a chalkboard to the use of Uh doc cameras which are gone now but our thank pads are teacher Novo's use a camera so that's taken that place too a projection screen that has speakers that that is is large on a smart board which is interactive and a Lenovo that basically combines everything together yes there's nothing you cannot do anymore unless you're afraid to try stat you said that because that's where I was and ahead next because when you it's so funny because chalkboards are very trendy now they're like the vintage cool and it's that's how you started your career on chalkboards and Whiteboards I want you to talk a little bit about your mindset as each of these new tech because it's really interesting for me to hear a teacher who's been through it all you've experienced all of these little technology growths and I know that right now we have a lot of people who are reluctant and a little nervous and maybe they don't have enough they haven't had enough training or whatever the reason there's some reluctance to really die ended technology both using in the classroom they they just aren't confident and using it with their students the confidence isn't there and what you've done is I I hear you saying that you started in this place where there was almost none light switches the high-tech part and then you went to overhead projectors now some of these reluctant teachers today would look back overhead projectors like Oh that's no big deal we always had overhead projectors and then in thirty years teachers we're going to look back and go we'll that thinkpad was no big deal we've always had that or even more so can you talk to us a little bit about as you've seen each of these things have you seen in that same mindset and fear and reluctance with each bit of those technologies I've seen a little bit of it either I've had helped through that that's that's what working with the best does for you I've had colleagues principle incredible technology specialists that we not at the schools to come out there's nothing they cannot do and they're they're on an instance so I was able to maybe of years of trying to mature I've gotten to point where you can teach dog new tricks that's an old hail that should have never been brought into conversation everything is doable but you have to be able to to vision what you want the kids to be able to do through more interaction with technology and if you can see that you can get over that Hump of the hangs Zaidi and the oh my gosh how long's it GonNa take me to to learn how to do that when in actuality might be fifteen minutes because we're we're not all technology numb I mean we have at their which is which is not to transition to it so my fears were overcome by I I need to advance our need to get out you made a choice to embrace it I had to otherwise I wasn't servicing kids the way that they're the they're society was gonNA need them to be able to function in and if I can't do that then there's there needs to be a teacher in they can do that and it's worked for me and like I said lots of help and yet you have to be open to people and and not I should know this every everybody's out there to help if he just reach out and that's what I've done short story I- administrated some summer schools for for twenty years so community Ed and one of my teachers worked for me name Kane Reagan at this program and he is he's a computer teacher and he was a classroom teacher with some reading and math he's like you gotta come and see this you gotta come and see it's Koko hoot and I was that person right then and there I was like you know I need to go in this teacher's room and help I need what game are you playing well it's who you gotta come and see it so I finally did and I walked around shaking my head gone what is going on here where's the teaching they look like they're playing games and having fun will they were well guess who culminates every history lesson every math lesson I build a coot yeah and the kids love it and Lo and behold it's built in its video orientated so they pay attention in order not their learnings so that's where you have to be flexible matter if you're in charge or and listened to people's ideas and so that's just one of the Times come through and and behold I bought into it took me a little while but yeah just just have to be open and it was the fear like you said it took me a little y y what can you talk about your mindset in that in those moments where you're like oh that's great for Kane I'm not ready what is that I'm looking at the big picture may be has a hundred small pictures in the ass and I'm looking at the small picture of I've got thirty kids they've got to have the a username and password and they have to put it in right and they have to copy down the class code and they have to do this all at once and I have to be around there helping them why does went through about eight that's eight hundred windows right and but it's just that that's the fear and but.

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"The nation one more time for the news. All right. Jeffrey handed me a notebook for people to shout out for our patriot before we close the episode of boys, fantastic episode. But you know, someone's got to keep the lights on and that's the nation and they're paying us on our patriot time Uman it's time to shout out. Yeah, we, I mean, we could at least get the bug problem solved in in the studio a little bit. You guys ready to for some shadow. It's. Step by Jordan. From Iceland out night. He's giving us money to. I'm gonna try to give nicknames can if I can think of fast enough Rick. The cheese Albanese Daniel Leigh Tony Cody cabs. Cabs out, like, you know, hearing personal, don't worry. I'm Tom. Yeah, maybe. Can we put them like music. The go wild. He doesn't have time for. And a lot of different jobs. Kevin, Keough, Emmett Flynn, say he'll. Stephanie Edwards shown the clowney down. Andrew. Calc- you while Cameron bring the bane crane. More carpenter mex- Rahman Rome. Nate gimme. Gimme name's Kimmy. That give me Kimmy. Kimmy. Guys got anything with Gorski. I'm kinda striking out here, but it's a good ski for jor ski nickname poor ski. Like he scores score sqi Jack scores, cookie, wells e. double w will see Amelia going. Right? We cruise and there's a note that Jeff wrote it just the retrofitting lobbied hit. You do electro. About modern cars are not works of art prices starting at fifteen. Embarrassing there. Let's turn to page six. Could you. Duties. Or snails. I was wondering, are snails and slugs the same. We, we ask it every week. Are our snails just slugs with shells. We do third commented that the word that we can remember less we posit when I Haas pocket. You question. On posit, but I think it was never said posit in your life, I'm aware of. Been the mistake heard the word before. Let's here for the nation regard. All. I've been waiting for that and if you guys want to, you, can you know, follow us on patron different levels of affordable stuck. She just release something today that was only locked for five days. You can have a pay wall behind certain things. I interviewed these two guys have been Canada who they're making a, what they call the Eureka Cup, and they're Eureka Cup. Is you piss into this Cup? Okay. And once you're done pissing in this cop, it's got a little camera on it. The camera detects the color of strip that the pisses on the tells you like the ph level or something, and it lets you know whether or not you how hydrated your levels of hydration, which is important for you know someone athletes, they're gonna want that. That's cool. So it's like more clear, the better him? Well, it's the color of the strip, so I don't know. You know. Interesting. Yeah. Cool. Can't wait to hear back. He said it was only fact now it's after after the week, then you actually don't need to be a patron to listen to that because you know not everyone is is willing to give us a many. Well, hey, if the, if Scotty to Howdy scheme ends up work now maybe a record that and release it to the patriots up youthful Davies still doing your, you know. But they've been on, how's it going? Moved in and have a TV and Donington for me. You know, I need stuff from people. Let's not forget about that. That wasn't my phone's look at me Jeffrey. Was that your phone? Maybe that's a new patriot subscriber. Well, I would like to end each episode is talking about what we're doing this weekend, Jeffrey. When he got up this weekend, I believe actually might be going on a fishing trip, many fishing trip..

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"Sell it, go to one of the other locations if you a few hours away. I don't know boys, I'm little high, just like ask for. I should do with all this all this free restaurant money guys haven't been. This is Scott by the way. Scotty to ATI with the scheme of the year. I love it. I couldn't be more happy for him. I do feel like this. There are some traps ahead for him. I don't drive two hours to eat where you work. Well, if you're like seven hundred Bala out on it though, and maybe it's like a decent restaurant, maybe throw one. You are one big party just throw the car down that way. You're not like, yeah, travel fucking yet. Take a take. Take a lift have a night to have other people pay for a big lift with like you and your boys and be like pay for me to get out there and seven hundred bucks down food in the boost just have like your buddy at the same restaurant who's like working there just be like, yo, I'm gonna give you this car to swipe it and no one, no one. I don't think you wanna do at the scene of the crime, but yeah, because they're not gonna know they might transects. Why did you get? How did you get? So it'd be like, I don't know. My mom like. Game or something, what kind of restaurant it is. It's like, I think it's a BUSTER. Yeah, I think it's like I think it's, I think it's a higher end chain, right? If they're having those cards or chain, maybe now everybody's got cards because it's for people who don't know what to get people that the gift Kurtz that he's talking car. Based on like. Astronauts and they slide it's definitely a chain then. Right? Yeah. You like build up points. He's like stealing people's points. I mean, it's definitely a crime so don't get caught. Right. But it feels like I, I think, pick three or five of your best friends make round trip? Yeah. Go to the next one go to to. They wouldn't question it get a hotel fucking we have have some sort of story if they ask you why of seven dollars and be like, we all share this. We all share this card and put the point or whatever. I don't know something stupid. It'd be like, we love to restaurant. Who cares? Who are you? Don't ask rips. I think. Yeah, jeffer- you're right ball out that the tip on that pill, you're still going to have to pay cash. Don't forget about that. Yeah, you imagine if he works there doesn't feel expect a twenty percent tip on seven. Seven hundred dollars like everyone. Everyone's willing fifty bucks for like lift and for the test. Fuck out the night. Seven dollars like ace. I mean, you're going to let gonna be a lot of booze lot of booze. Yeah, because you're not gonna spend. There's no way like I guess you can get like tense, everything you probably enough, and let's go. I think the only move here is to ball out with your boys. Yeah. And then tell us what restaurant is out of curiosity. I wanna know I wanna know. And maybe maybe if we're close enough Dr we would need to go there. Builds like within four hours a night. Night, fun road trip. Like, yeah, we're just going to eat at, let's call it teach Bubba Gump. Let's city game Scott it to Hoti. Let's. I love these voicemails element. You know, I, I love hearing other people's voice. Sounds the same in a weird way. We all do, but I love it. I love Scotty, Senate incentive more voicemails. Also, we we do get some personal messages and we'd love those. We'd love here in those. Yeah, if you wanted to say hi, drop us a line. That's great. If you wanna pitch us something. That's great too. More time for.

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"LLC Bobby blowout the lobby. Last name book because he's hours that when he takes in general or was it. Oh, cool. All right. So we're protecting Bobby. We're protecting bobby's, good name. I would hate to see Bobby Bobby disbars honor. The honor. You have to go by Robert. Robbie, no, you have to go Robert. Like how much would it kill you be like, I can't even introduce myself as Bobby biloba, Robert palavi. This is nothing like get it taken for me. What do we think? I think it's a top nuts idea. I think it's great. Are we legally liable like is this a crime? Yeah, I think so. It is a crime. I don't know why someone we're not defrauding anyways, it even lying. We can give them the position. I guess. Who's to say that they call us? What do we could be? Like? What's it to you? Well, they're if they're trying to southeast Asia, did what we asked the fucking guy. I think we come at working remotely. We come plank like templates, the car, someone who's checking in on Dave checking on fake person or anybody. Go ahead and give me a fan of. I'll be the, I'll be the person on the phone. You, you're the one looking for the job or you're like the HR person innovation LLC your inquiry perspective employer? Yes. Gotcha. Hey, hey, how can I help you? Yeah, we're actually. Hey, invasion. We'll see. How can I help you? Kerry we're, we're looking into a guy named Gary says, he worked for you for two and a half years in in your. Future plastics depar-. I'm sorry, sir. I don't wanna be division you tell me a little bit. What What do do you you do do. for your. I don't want to be rude, but it's sort of what we signed agreement with. All of our employees is we can't just give out personal information, their work history without at least identifying yourself. Where do you work? Verizon? You work at rice and you're asking about Gary. What was that last name? Maloney. Oh, Gary Maloney. Good, Gary? Yes. What do you want to know. Just what his guy in the game? Yes. Plus, I mean, not only could he make the stuff he can sell it? What was he making the jump? Well, that's sort of I'm sure as I'm sure you can respect proprietary information. Can't really go into that, but suffice he. Yeah, exactly. He's on the cutting edge. He knows what makes plastics take, and he knows how to sell it to people. As far as horizon goes, I don't know his expertise as a phone guy, but I'll say that he was one of the most valuable team members. We've ever had an honestly. Well, we are looking to hire him as our resident phone guy. I mean, I don't again, I don't know what the requirements for the job are, but you know, Gary top much. This is great. Thank you so much for chatting with. No, we're going to hire Gary recommendation. Combat the twin invasion, anytime visible show your own. Thank you. All right. That's how easy it is. I want to do this. Just give him my cell phone number. Google voice, and then it can go actually would do that. How about they set up maybe getting a new phone? I wanna burner phone just for this. I would do that actually all day. Yeah, that was fun. All right. I'll do that Google voice in a phone, but why do you don't need a new phone? We can just forwarded to your current phone. I don't want now. You want to carry two phones letting the but you're the phone guy. You tell me. What do we? I mean, we love obviously loved the idea, big fan, the twin name, stamped on it. I would. I mean. Make money off. We have a lawyer that's behind us, and you think, oh, great, Jeff was at your phone. Rain will begin around. Great in our studio with a skylight where you can hear the rain or nine minutes. All right. Well, let's hear Bobby Bobby. Good little scheme. Jeffrey. The reason why we heard that rain alert is because you have a twin invasion voicemail pitch to play for us courageous. We do David. What's that number again, you know enough the top of your head. We've sang it a few times. Yeah, they don't like the jingle..

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"Had sliced smoked Gudang a sandwich. Mccullers. It's like a yellow with a Brown rind. Yeah, they wanna put yourself some Turkey, lettuce, tomato. Mayo smoked Gouda on toasted bread. Any Muster mustard on on that. that might do the talking. We'll spice mustard. I let the mayo do. Sometimes I'll sprinkle little truffle saw on there though. Anyway, let's out I wanna find the rowing canal, giant eagle eagle. All right. The math don't add up, David let you choose the hashtag, but the math don't add up link to it. I'm Dr. Hamson ham stand that's ham standing. Standing standing ams standing hashtag ham standing. The math don't add up. I want I wanna see the numbers on this bullshit. Let's clapper. We'd Redmond for that end. That's I one of Asian that, yes, NS your catch the days that was marketing and speaking of the nation in speaking of ideas, twenty Beijing up is right now, it's time for the nation to. This is the part of the show over. We hear from two lucky listeners they've sent in their ideas. Again to ideas at twenty dot biz may tweeted at us. They've gone on our Facebook page. One of ation pod on Twitter, just twenty nation on Facebook. You can also leave a tunes review if you'd like you boys ready for the first one. All right. Here we go. This one comes from our boy. I don't know if that's how you pronounce the last name, but it's how looks like pronounced. And I I think think. is a good ring. All right. The subject, a legal in quotes scam, twin bation, LLC, dear fellas. Literally the first one, please leave out last name as this privileged communication between lawyer and client. All right. So can you believe that. The whole thing just because I guess just as last last, the hopefully people can't put it together. What do you think you could make for them? Well, I mean earlier when I clearly said his first unless Amy made a point of winning out how much I liked it, I will give him a new name Bobby to cabbie. Bobby baloney. Lobby baloney. Can you bleep? I am lasts for earlier. All right. Bobby Bobby. What was Loney Bobby biloba rights. I like Balabre. I'm going Bobby. Writes, dear fellas, please leave out last name as this privileged communication between lawyering clients. Shit, I guess Rian these before I do huge day one fan, loyal squire, king baby Davey many are let me pose a question. What's the worst part of receiving job offer for having to take it. It's that having to take it and moved to New York and heaven your stuff stolen. That's right. It's that pesky background check from the unofficial official general counsel of the twin of Asian nation..

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"We're doing five ninety, nine pounds, fifteen hundred pounds. No way. Howdy it. So there's three that's half pound a day. That's not five slices five slow. Slices in half ban that might be found. I mean, she comes out to our about forty two hundred dollars. Coming. She could be kind of them. There is there is roll them inch thick, but in some Salani inside the ham. I mean, telly role is my favorite thing. Go little ham, go a little salami. You go little cheese a little square to male, you roll it up heated. She's eating it on the floor. The thing. Most tallies restores like give the customer like a slight their hand handed then shit. It's like they're bear letting. One for you worked hard for eight or nine years now they're like shaming her like it's bullshit. And also if she was clearly a good employee, if she worked for eight years, what the fuck is dead, that the snitch had against our, our ham are hammed goddess. So maybe maybe. It doesn't store giant eagle. Canal. With the hand, I'd like to, I'd like to own out the giant eagle Twitter, and I want David chain. The chain grocery. I think that we post and you know you are social media guru. I'd like to post a link to the article be the past hashtag math. Don't add up and I wanna I wanna focus on where's the math on this? We've done the math. There's no way Iger saying she'd five slices that doesn't equal ham, what's what's the pound? What's the pound? What are we talking about? Boers that up boar's head. Yeah, it's got. I mean, if you're working there, I would definitely be boy said, oh, hi, Nicki. Understand if he's cheese usually more expensive than me or not. No, no meat is more expensive, but it's not far off until you cheese. Yeah. I mean, if you're gonna smoke Gouda to that's gonna run you. Seven ninety nine pound let can you slice good? Like.

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"Do. This isn't a best line in the article quarter thick. So it says this stores, loss prevention manager received at tip that employees had been eating three to five slices of hand nearly every day over eight years. A thority say she also sometimes eight salon. They weren't available immediately. It's seventy miles south of Cleveland. Let's hear it for this. Not the fucking rat though. The person who got caught what we're talking about Christmas hamlet. Improve it. Go. Whatever it should also be. Like, if you work at subway, you're making yourself a fucking family. I'm Ryan to do that. You worked at someone used to walk home to work at McDonald's. You're not not having McDonald's all the time. Yeah. I mean the fact that the sentence authorities say she also sometime salami is just like the funniest thing I've ever seen in any paper how you could be like fucking working at a deli for eight years, not be eating eight years where three to five slices for eight years. It's nine thousand dollars worth of. And also. How much calling ten dollars a pound right? This much ten. It's a high end ham three to five. So there's gotta be like, let's let's just say there's twenty five for the sake of argument. Slices of him. Have you seen. It depends. Razor razor razor. Peel it off shreds. Have you ever have that ham? That's so thin that wouldn't you like it just accumulating in the centers. You can't kill it off of it and just kind of have to scratch. Well, it up kind of Sinoe. I true. I think we're all him ham lovers here more Turkey. Him every carnal man. You're right of passages to eat a half a pound of ham from the Delhi from the fridge, like late at night. It's every carnal man. It's when you truly become. That's the best thing about cold cuts. And then my mom truly. What is wrong with you? Why do you eat like that? We feed you, don't. We. All right, so twenty five slices for every pound. So let's say, let's say a week is a pound. So every week is pretty cheap. Like, what are you talking about? The one, the one. That's why ninety nine than five ninety. If she's only having three to five day, that's like you're talking dollar. So let's just say dollar daddy, not let's say ten dollars a week. Five hundred twenty dollars a year, right? We could a is like thousand. Nine thousand is that the salami if she's there. Is that she sometimes eight salami. How are you even calculating this? What's the map of doing six years? Does anyone if there's anyone whose lawyer a lawyer in Ohio wants to do pro Bono work for this ham? Legend? I wanna hear. Open up an indie gogo for her and raise money. I think they're charging the haven't white friend that needs money. I wish I had some sort of reverse garage sale for everyone. You're killing it. Three to five slices a ham and day. Can this?.

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"All right. Our first sponsor this week is a company very close to my heart Rx, borrow right there a whole food protein bar. Now, what does that mean? Jeffrey? Do you wanna know what that means? It means David, do you wanna know what it makes? It may means they're made with real whole ingredients. They want wanna be transparent and up front with the customers. I'm sure you've seen their cool ads on the subway. Very cool. This, this. All right, which is why they label their ingredients like that. It'd be on being Goto snack checks off a number of nutritional boxes, and there's copy I'm supposed to read, but I'm gonna be real here for a second. I'm gonna go off the fan. Put the phone down. I'm going to go off script. I'm not gonna read what they told me to for a second. I love our expires. People wanted to know how I got through that train trip. I brought a bunch of our bars island. You know, they're chewy their gummy. They're easy to pack. They pack a punch. And I when I didn't feel like going to talk to a weird sixty five year old man in the dining car, you know what? I did pull it out. Gosh, ADA blueberry Rx bar. Blueberries favorite blueberry. Dense. Cool flavors like an idiot, eating some sort of granola bar and it's all. This crumb, free snack. They should use that in their Mark. They should because when I was in, I'm like, I live in this room for the next two days. I can't crumbs everywhere. God knows what the answer waiting out. I, I brought some chrome free snacks board. They weren't gonna get broken in my bag. I could throw them wherever whenever and I try to have at least two are expires a week in my nutrition is actually recommended them. Look, if anyone's they have their nutrition on the back. There hadn't something these. These will just tell you the fiving gradients at are in love to. Yeah, now I wanted to get that out of the way because I feel like if I didn't say it soon enough people would skip the ad because of its, it's copy that I'm supposed to say. I'm still going to say what they want out of respect. All right. So let's talk about our bars. They want to build things the right way. They believe in the power of transparency, which I did mention earlier there also great for number of occasions. Like I said, breakfast on the go snack at the office,.

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"And that's the last time. A lot to do with cast. But I'm gonna. I'm gonna take that from a different angle and figure it out of its. These modern cars, the electric cars, they don't look too sexy other than your Tesla's. Okay. They do bad like a Prius in your ugly ugly, but I'm talking about the the internal combustion engine car. Even if you get you get a Mazda, you get a Kia, you get a Subaru. It doesn't have that same sex appeal the cars of? Yes. The noise even just like aesthetically, like the curves, you know? Yeah, I think that's because they don't want people to get to into electric cars yet. I think. Car, although they are starting to look like each other, they're all designed to similar. Nothing stands out. Any think the car companies who make the cars don't want to sell them? I think they're, they don't. They don't want to sell off his game. For talking about, I think there's a conspiracy among Cars car. cars because they're, they're like, just bigger pockets must be lined with oil companies, right? For sure. You'll hand fake money anyway. Right. That's a great point. They are a log -ly. I think they're Tesla's sexy, look. It's not selling the companies in turmoil. Well, anyway, speaking gas up that his so often down the street. You see one of these, these oldies vintage cars, you know, maybe even something from like the seventy eighties still has a little bit of stylistic integrity to it. You know, it's, it's sexy. What I'm doing here is you've heard of retrofitting to introduce electro fitting. Okay. This electro fitting process does is we take one of these cars, one of these, you know, at the exterior, the build, has that look that you're going for? Okay. And when we do is we got that bad boy and we put that nice battery electric. Engines. What have you. So now you maintain that. You know your old cloth steets from your old smo- Beal that you drove in that in highschool that had that like real nice cushy couch back seat. You know, different different skeleton to it now you can. You can charge it charge. So that's the gassing kids. That's the guessing. Sitting. The idea because I've always wanted an old school, Mercedes statia. Imagine that was like a modern into your would also. What school or. Got it or new car with long. I think as long as the outside looks the same. Honestly, we're gonna. We're gonna have to strip a lot of that interior stuff just because of weight. It'll be. It'll be an old school with the electric, but what you're talking about, right? Yeah, exactly. Putting like shell of old car over electrical car, just like taking a battery two sides of the same coin. Right? But why not? Just like replace the engine in the old car with a electric battery because you already bought a previous in your unhappy with the way it looks. I hear you. I just feel like I wonder how that would work with the shell fitting over. It's all over. You were custom custom shop. The body come out, just electric, four wheels lineup on a chassis, the same. You know, it's all the same. Yeah. But like so are you getting rid of the old shell of the old car which is shower? No. No, it's it's obviously a process here. Okay. Which is why. Why. Dollar base and the next quirk from their own to make sure that you know it works with. You can't pull your skin off and put it on Mike miles. It's not gonna look at. Okay, fun though. I think it would be it would be for the by. Save it for the where your best friends doesn't earnings this quite why because the the might exist for the super wealthy, but not for that. I think you're going after the middle class here. People can afford to retro ugly, like they're all. I do love. I do drive a Kia Sportage all the time though. I mean it's all like a fucking like little. It's like they wanted to be like it's aero-dynamics. So it's like rounding shit, gimme some fucking ninety degree angles motherfucker. Give me some American. Era dynamics like all well and good, but most of the time maybe for like this type of thing, you're not driving on the highway, like where that would matter. You know, you wanna like crews frown town hanging with your buds, girl, your guy, you know, fun stuff..

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"Protects you from protects you from your goods. Being mishandled this two pronged arsenal is all you need to make sure you know exactly where your stuff is at all times, but. It's not enough for me. I wanna capture these thieves bases. Jio. I see the unit name accomplishes by automatically sending the facial image. The nearest police department with the life geolocation added as well. So that when he sucker strip open the boxes, the criminals have to deal with the police officers, you know? So this will run. Yeah. If g location tracking camera, Brown, you forty nine. But what you spend on the product, you're actually saving the amount of stress, mind, peace of mind. G so g. See you? Yeah, right. Give me the layman's terms. How does it work? Basically, it's two products, fuses one right one is just knowing the location of your like tile on my keys or whatever. Yeah, yes. But the other is going to be a small attachable camera that you know, when you lose your stuff, there's only so much you can do without knowing who the personnel actually is stolen right. When someone steals your shit, the cops never find it now shit, unless you know the person's face and outs in like a like a chop block for sure. Parts. Mark catches chop shop right now. Saw painted black. She crossed the. I mean people, they're still waiting couched now. What do you think? I mean, where's the camera? The cameras? Yeah. Is a box. It's going to be on that small tag. That's the geo locator, right? So that's on this pivot. I was thinking of pivot pivot, two boxes with tracking technology. The folds in the seems boxes I was thinking about the tape having like a, but the box I would make every it's good. What about a chart miles chimes battery, something you'll location of them phone Caridi. Oh, keep ES thing. You just started your bucks or is it? Yeah, I think that's what China, except you added a camera. I ended a camera to still it's inside. The box isn't going to be pitch black. So what if it's like a ball, it's like a three hundred sixty on if it's in a box when it be pitch black outside. But when they open it, that's when you're catching them stealing, it's motion activated. But in this scenario, they have an open the boxes. They've just lost them limit, open them. Are you trying to you're trying to find? I'm trying to four the warehouse. Hey, that when you rip it and break, it sends a signal to you exactly where it is. But that was outside. It's like what I thought technology. This podcast is about scheming but also dream in David. Sure. Pretty easy to make like the tape and it just like, and it just like also spray paint in their eyes or something, you know, like a like a Bank bag. So the box. So I thought like a similar scenario to that, but that like that just sort of shames and Mike fucks with the people that are taking things which. Cutter to the cardboard on the side. It's like detect the tape, the person that buys us know any knows about the person that buys it was broken into or who stole it, and they don't really get any joy, but you get your stuff back if it box, but there's got to be alarms going off. You get an alert, you're on the first flight to California. We're still talking about the two ideas. I'm talking about the tape. I'm just defending the tape idea, but I need a camera too. I feel like and what if it's furniture and the tape bucks, I can't help you. Where do you put the Cam? Where do you put the ball on your couch on the front? Could replace a button with it. It's loosely sitting on the cushion. Immediately, rollers, dark corner of the truck facing nothing. They'll replace it on the button. Put it on top of the button could Could be be. fun. Some couches are tufted and they have little buttons in them. Oh, got you. Got you. Like a sewn on. Yeah..

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"Thirty minutes jogging to the fucking fake, footlocker over to the Gatorade station, because we're some reason I, I need a twenty pack Gatorade, otherwise might guy gets enough catering, are you maybe wouldn't be so tired of it and have to run every you're not by dater. I'm buying gator. I bought two bought a ten pack of Gatorade and a ten pack of Gatorade bars. As a white t shirt. I bought a white t shirt. Violate tattoos. No, you have to buy tattoos. To a two grand is immediately taken out of your count to be fair. This is so you don't look like a scrub to like the game itself. No other people, the neighbor, the neighborhood, everyone is really. That's where everyone hangs out. You can play pick up games. It's not as cool as even that sound. It's so fucking dumb. I have to pass the ball, everyone's just done a lot of people. Well, the funding is yourself weird like animations while you run so you can like make your guy run with like going crazy. A lot of people run around and looks like it's so fucking stupid. Fuck Luke boxes in whoever invented them. I understand that we gotta make money, but don't at least don't make me jealous term years in here. Luke bucks lute Bach's very big controversy in the game. You get it all and just playing the game. Yeah, but I want I want my due to look cool on the court, so I've got, I've got to go to foot locker guy. To go. Shared his literally walk into the locker, they've wasted so much time. The game takes so long to load washer and it's like animation guys in the back room, doing inventory out in a minute. It's a fully, hey, what's up, man? What do you need? And then you're like, I think I'm gonna try these on and then you like they ENA mated all these little secrets like, all right, dude. I'm gonna wear this out walkout just let me fuck in look at a screen and choose my shoes. I go into the fucking gator. He's like, hey, did you like Gatorade community better game anyway, I'm Tony. Would you want bars show. Gator all you're trying to. Spills a bunch of red, Gatorade, Jordan. Sorry, man. Sorry, you're gonna have to go down to four miles away. Good. That's rich man. Video game. That's just combines every video game where it's like, you know, you're in a basketball game, you earn footlocker, and you can buy shoes or maybe you can like. Wreck it, Ralph where the out or. Player. One hub. Yeah, but as a video game, well, I don't think the NBA would want you like as a you know your player in the league. I don't think they want you to be like he also robbed the foot long for sure. I'm just thinking, hypothetically, you know, a lot of these stores. I guess I learned this from Atlanta, the FX show like they have no like no chase policies where you can just like lift something. Yeah, there's a lot of teams leave the store. They Email. Very, very funny. I don't know if that's a real thing or made up, but it's an insane policy. It's like for the big WalMart stores where it's like it would cost more like the hurt him are like it'd be such bad PR security guards at WalMart, like shooting people that were suing, they don't give them guns. They go in the bathroom, get a gun. They can go. I'll six get any. Depending on what state you're in boys, fantastic beef of the week, but this show is not about us airing grievances. It's about making money each week. The three of us me David Jeffrey will present our scheme of the week, our million dollar idea in every week as always it's time for our resident Karoo holy crap. I totally forgot the intro for you. Love it. I take that again, shop it out. Is that really necessary? I'd like to sometimes I can make it work, but then time my brain just broke, leave it in them not only. I don't even remember where I left off, but..

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"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Twinovation

"All right on buying and you know, you know, look completely different. Jeffrey switchback. Switchback Dave's headphones really kinda like ward. Which decays Jeff has a bit of a lean to the way sit so the the headphone anything can happen. Three voice you hear on my right joining me in the Brooklyn studios. One, half the identical rose Mer twins, baby. Folks how you all doing out and on my left, where he belongs his twin brother, Jeffrey straight back to go off the rails into my right. It's are super producer miles Felix. Master. Cool. Maybe it's a little long. I wish there was like a better shorter version with slur. Very cool. I wish there was a word that would describe whistling. The Whistler boys how we doing our week. Good. Good, good, good, good. I like good rainy week, especially coming off that that like little heat heat period. Yeah, this, I mean, the first week of fall is always my favorite hot fear. Is that what it's called? Heatwave heatwave is nothing happens to win. Or men or men, I mean, sure. I don't know, I guess, or no, I don't know. Something's got to happen guys where like something it's like blood pressure later. Right? Right. I have bad blood pressure, females since the name of your book. Don't. You sold the minus five. Amazon money. So it's your something with the piss twins shirt for we're gonna get the bucket beef. All right. You smell that hit it. It's the. This is the segment of the show where we call that someone who's wrong this Jeffrey. You've got something on your mind. I relief this shirt, maybe three weeks. Maybe a month ago. I haven't seen his twin shirt. I showed you a show. It's like, oh, where's the link? Where is the? Where does the Marlins link was on the Twitter. Mentioned it on the podcast, and we mentioned during the relief like three weeks ago. I think that if. Thank you. Erica, but if you're if you want to sell something to sell me. Okay. Not one person. And I can look at the analytics. It's got clicks. People are spending ten minutes on the site deciding whether or not to buy the Churton. They ultimately say no, no one. Realize it's a little a lot for t shirt. You mean. I think people might not realize our options to do mugs like this. There's fuck. And this. Hitting the audience on. That's a man who has eighty years. I pushed push push. I'm not gonna continue pushing something if people don't like it unless you push it. But because I know about if to shove it down, there was three months ago. Once again, it's not only shirts. It could be a mug mug, someone product, how. Flag. Maybe they're the issue. There might be too many. Well, you missed out on beach season, so the towels are was prime beach. She You're you're saying saying. we go, I can have a blankets or ago, and it's a nice wife like the cuddle up under our. Could be fun for the acting like you. You invented the cheeseburger and people aren't coming just because this one wasn't from. I reached up to the kid a member of the nation. People designed stuff before stuff before and previously most likely did it for free because you know, if say, promise him twenty percent of all sales, I should have done that would have been a lot better one hundred and fifty dollars in the hole right now. Are you are you or are we me? Okay, Hurson. Okay, because we still don't know where those funds are there in the account. Accounts payable. David Evans beef. I mean by this. We're not done with all right. So clearly Jeffries going through something, Dave. What's up with you? Anything fun, Joe. You don't have any star. Jeff's out one hundred fifty dollars. I'm out of my life, my life. Everything I walked up on you and I looked at you and then you didn't see me looking Yuba Jeff, sunny looking at you and he went what? And I was like, not now because I would have had to have said out loud that Dave looks like he's wearing someone else's clothes. Assert with a skull and crossbones says a New York City and then like khakis and someone's dad's boots, Meltzer my boots and. Event lifted. Boots. There for the rain. A boot guy though, actually..

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"ela" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"It goes away for some reason for me when I have anal sex. I I, I was lucky and I got cocky, and then one time we're doing it and it was devas-. It was like I was like, I was just starting to fall in love with him getting this relationship off the ground and shit on this guy. You tell me how much it we're talking about not allowing a little like, you know, like no, because I don't know from his angle, but from what I can experience, it's like when you like, if I go to wipe after it's happened, it's like a, I wipe after a pretty lean shit like little shit. You know what I mean? Like it's just a little, there's lube involved. So it's like made it a little bit more, but it's not like Jordan. Isn't it sent horn? It's exactly that it's a Little Brown swirled with loop. Yes, but sometimes there can be a little bit more and it can like it is chunky or is it like there's live for ELA? I think it's a way at kinds like it's happened to me enough that there's been different than ever been a whole law on that first one though. When you noticed like when it when it's apparent. You notice? I didn't notice heated because it because it felt like shitting feels like shitting. So the whole time I think I'm shedding. I assume that that would make me feel very out of control the whole time. I'll be like, oh my God, am I shitting am I shouldn't. I don't know. I see. That's what I don't. I don't. I would love to not worry about shitting. I don't. I don't know if that is kind of the fun of it, but. Okay. So he behind me. I'm on the bed like. And I remember he just he stops. There's a cent that's. And it's not even like shit, I swear to God. There's just like, it's just, you know, it's like smells like sex, but like a little bit gross. And you're, you're a theory wasn't like, oh, that smells like shit. That's me. Like if anything it was just like, that's a weird different smell that I haven't smelled before and then and then he's when he stops. That's when it's like, because I think each like when this happened, the try to keep going and maybe get over it. You know, maybe just common. But like they're just grossed out whether they should because they're shit on their dick or the condom, or whatever you use in any stopped. Remember he said. Glaze. He called me glaze. 'cause he goes, there's been an incident or he's there's, there's been an incident and I was like, oh, no, it's totally fine in this. And I love this is where I fell in love with them because he was so nice to me. Exactly. That's what I said. And so I, I just remember him being like it's okay. It's okay. And I'm like, and this is a guy who doesn't like poop. Jokes doesn't like fart jokes, like doesn't really toilet humor like really made him Cardi's people. He grew up in a house where it just wasn't okay. And so he, he just didn't like it. So I thought this is the end of us. He's seen me shit. He's never going to speak to me again. So I wind up in his shower just like in their traumatize. I literally was like, I got to kill myself. I can't see him again like this off. Like I have to like sneak out of here somehow. And I remember he came into the like after a couple of minutes he came and he was like, hey, are you? Okay? And I was like, I am so embarrassed..

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"ela" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So we were talking about riccar rick cal last night with dan would on the show and they're kicking calgary's asked tonight at the ferrelli domain for ela berta do you what happened to that hockey team like weren't they supposed to be bad ass and and they fell off the face of the earth that's your team right there was i going to the final shame on me obviously mike smith got hurt i'm not pinning everything on that for sure but things just went south when that happened then he came back and he just had he hasn't found his groove again and the offense has gone dry to it's just a total mess in calgary right now i heard now wait a minute i'm getting another message in from your neighbor right now let me see if i can transcribe this wait called on you saying let me this is like morse code let me just get this really he's now now that the flames have bottomed out screw it i'll take the penguins for three what is that you're saying that in your driveway today is that is that accurate i don't know if they're gonna pull it off saudi but it's very hard to win three get the other is there my ass hi become great job tonight sorry we had to tell your secrets on the air and stop placing jinx's on players all right gotta get home safe out brian content from the nhl department on the bench tonight talking about the national hokum league which will be expanding to seattle carbohydrate and become will be the new play by play and color carver high that'll make you the play by play guy be combo be color because he's got such inside information on the league and such eight five five two one two four cbs call the show and.

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"ela" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ela" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"One hundred three by contrast still a kid is aila cam bull of hazelton pennsylvania who celebrated her birthday by skydiving with her granddaughter and great granddaughter ela is a mere ninety four the sculpture had sat in the town hall of madison new jersey for decades at seeing a marble bust of napoleon which are nobody paid any attention to till an archivist was hired to inventory the buildings art on the bottom of the bust was proof that the bust was made by joao rodin and it's worth at least four million dollars ice doorstop it was quite a wedding anniversary for harrison thomas and his wife who police say were found at home with a toddler nearby celebrating a dozen years of marianne by smoking meth oh harrison's wife's name uh crystal got a year for a special bagel be westin hotel of new york city's times where is again selling a bagel with white truffles cream cheese go g berry enthused reslling jelly and topped in real gold lee unbelievable cost for your bagel one bagel one thousand dollars a youngstown state university in ohio nine hundred seventy two students have set a new world record for the number of people in one place all dressed in penguin costumes belt everybody needs a hobby remember after hurricane erma houses drew margaret an of a catholic high school and kindle florida got out and started cutting wood while she's now inspired the do south brewing company beach florida to produce none with a chainsaw beer that mental images than saved none with a ruler.

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"ela" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ela" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Is safe choice stand behind the ela line learn more at i set to philly dot com slash safety here's nightly on tonight in miami it is the major league baseball allstar game just one philly in this year's game reliever pat michel he is well deserving one point two seven era in thirty eight appearances this season for the fills this is actually his second allstar game related in 2014 while with the st louis cardinals he actually was the losing pitcher in that game and 2014 allowing two runs at a third of an inning your starting pitchers tonight right header max shares are gets the ball for the national way washington nationals aces ten and five disease in two point one zero era the american way will counter with boston red sox lefthander chris sale who is eleven and four his era two point seven five this is a fun time i love come into the all star game being done in miami of about an hour and a half hour forty five minutes away from where i live makes it even better sales started last year's allstar game for the american league as a member of the chicago white sox that i gained gets underway around eight o'clock down in florida sixers take all the boston celtics tonight in summer league action in vegas sixers one and one in vegas loss to san antonio last time out on sunday no more tell false number one pick in the draft is being held out the rest of the summer league schedule because of his ankles were rain tennis action continues at wimbledon novak djokovic moves into the quarterfinals today takes care of adrian marino in straightsets while the women's side garbey mugadza quarterfinal victory she defeats a svetlana kuznetsova in straightsets venus williams moves into the semifinals after a straightset victory over jill lena asked the paint go that sport some man we on kyw news radio up next on kyw newsradio do with one of his last movie surrender brendan it's three wind kyw news time twelve everyone is looking for something consistency quality.

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