21 Burst results for "Enso"

"enso" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"enso" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Eighty. That's it. Don't. Yeah I don't know what he's going to do. FIVE INCH TV? But apparently I mean, you can donate it to charity or something give it away to the second prize winner. Who knows what I? It sounds like eighty inches is goal I mean what? What is he going to do? With all his winnings if he's not going to buy you know spend. Money on five inches of television. I mean this is TV. Yeah. I mean, he could put clips himself up on the screen. You can invite his his lady friends over and in the desert can go away. Yeah. Okay. One other thing. So a very resourceful person on Reddit. Beasley on red. Posted this on the big brother celebrate it. I run a big brother group and Enso's mom is always popping in to make sure we know how great her son is. Someone asked if he showers. They asked they asked his mother. If he showers I think that this was a thing last week. Taryn said that this was not something that that. He feels like this happens to somebody every season that the life eaters wonder if somebody showers after somebody makes a comment and so. A user said I think he's self conscious about his hair loss. That's why he wears the hats and head wraps ends. MOM said not true. You should be like not true wrong. Again he oh, Enzo has hair. He is a good looking and attractive person. Yeah. Wait. So she's telling us that we don't see that he's bald. We're we're wrong who we believe our lying eyes. So the commenter said he self conscious about his hair loss? So he wears head and had. Head wraps and Mama. Enzo says it's not true wrong again enzo has hair. He is a good looking and attractive person. I mean he might be we've seen his head right? We know he doesn't have the hair like. Diseases doing it by choice maybe. Oh. Has, had an dean covering it with the head drab because I wear do rags because I have hair under here and I don't want people see it but like I'm not saying. Yeah, I've seen. I've seen it. I've seen the lack of hair and the hair. There's a combination of hair and not here on those head. So for his mom to say that he's not bald I maybe she he has hair everywhere like on his back. SHAPE. Yeah. Yeah. That's what she made. She made hey, he's a very he has hair on his back and he's a very attractive individual He's not self conscious. So she was answering three different questions at once she wasn't telling us you know to believe her of our own is. She also said Enzo is unique for his ways. He is a character. Whereas the lie that thank you, mom thank you. Don't you love moms they can pop in on reds and not be the most embarrassing person ever. Like. Listen when I'm in my forties hopefully, my mom is you know going until they get everybody that'd be nice to me in whatever venue I mean hopefully she'll get into the comments on this when she spoiler she won't if she cared enough about me so you're getting the comments until you guys being mean That would be great chapelle. If my mom could like sort of like mix it up with people on twitter that are talking around rha sucks and then. Right back to the contestants that don't like the podcast and all those things that would. You be like the new marshawn lynch you remember when his mom was like. What are you doing? He's on, he's on the. Run the ball. Yes. That's what we need. Are Good. I'm like does to just come in line.

Enzo marshawn lynch Enso twitter Beasley Taryn chapelle
"enso" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven

Yeah, She's Driven

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"enso" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven

"Energy and focus from you. We want to make clear how did you? How did you figure this out like what's your background actually? It was always an entrepreneur. But I would never have done this for me but I developed because my wife and daughter who had had trauma and so I still couldn't understand why they could see things the way I did. You know because I was always optimistic. I'm the guy that runs into a burning building says I'll find water. Put it out renovated building right. That's the entrepreneur. Spirit right where my wife and my daughter would be like a water in the house. We need to look at blueprints. What if this isn't the right neighborhood? Because their mind was always filtering through fear of what could go wrong. What Could Happen Not saying that. That's not good to have some caution but at the same time. Big Got a little more paralyzed by it and so then. Their mind is filtering through all these experiences that they've had which is draining away. Focus and energy we want them operating in that. Alpha brain wave state. That's where all Albert Einstein lived lived in that brainwave state so information flowed so what we're saying. We WanNa get you in the flow state whether you're thinking about your business during your business whatever you're doing if you're in that flow state everything just works. Do you mind sharing about your daughter. Yeah my daughter when she was fourteen was diagnosed with Crohn's and so we were told. Okay you've got to change your diet. GotTa Take Gluten takeout dairy. She's going to be on medication for the rest of our lives and eventually she had ended up. Having four operations they cut out pieces of her intestines right so she really suffered. She went through a lot of a pain and so my wife said there's got to be a better answer right. We've got to find out something so what I really realized. It was really coming from trauma. My wife had something similar right so she has abuse when she by My daughter when she's between six and eight we did know about. She didn't tell us until she was sixteen. But by that point. Her system is nervous system. It'd be activated so much that it created that inflammation because unresolved trauma creates inflammation in the body. That will compromise the immune system in neuro transmitters after we calmed down at resolve that looping of that trauma trauma keeps looping right that was keeping the Crohn's active because he inflammation is going to stay there until the danger passes. The danger never passed. It kept loopy so it stay than active cell danger response. Once we resolve that resolved that trauma. The inflammation went down. The krone stopped. You guys. Isn't this amazing like the guys seriously. Isn't this amazing? I seriously can listen to Dr. Would all the time. 'cause it's all these different challenges that I look at. He's able to like bring it back to. It's it's an error. It's a it's a glitch in the system and so like even you respect a in all of that as well but you're like you're standing up saying I am I am. I am an alcoholic. I am alcoholic. I am an alcoholic. Your strengthening a pattern talk into that. Why because if you constantly reinforce something so for example you're in a car and the car is spinning out of control and you see a tree. What most people will do is focus on the tree. But that's the worst thing you can do because whenever you focus on you will go towards right so what you actually want to look for. Is The open space. Because when you look at the open spatial mine will move to the open space. So it's the same thing with a if you think you're a failure or you think you're broken. You'd think defeated. You are so you have to train your brain not because your brain is literal your subconscious mind as literal so whenever it. Here's is what is truth. It doesn't look at things as good or bad right or wrong just sees it literally and so which one do is train your brain to start looking at it in a different way. Gee I was just reading this scripture like Billy Sheehan scripture as well like the power of the top and whenever you speak you create. I mean God was the first entrepreneur and soak the earth right spoke the sun the moon all of that and so we walk round and temper tantrums. Were HAVING BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. And we're constantly reinforcing moving ourselves towards the based on even what you're saying we'll be north south towards the breakdown which is why you know in our leadership program. We say like your words really are the distinction of where you're going to end so -solutely words are so powerful and this and even as a parent understanding that you've got a child who has no life experience and hear certain words right. Even their parents arguing right. That tells them that they're not safe. So it's very powerful on how we speak to our children so for example. You know if you said your child you've got to do your homework and you or you can't watch TV right than the child's feeling pushed down right but if he said to the child you can watch TV for two hours if you do your homework now or you can watch tv for an hour and then your homework before bed for the child now is thinking as I Wanna. Watch TV for the hour. Two hours one. I get homework out of the way so I can enjoy more. Tv or or whatever they bring is asking them to do. But you're getting homework. That's and not feeling like they're being pushed down in control. This is powerful because I go back and forth between the two so I just love the shared that love. I love always growing learning this morning. I passed that test awesome on leadership training last night and an letting him sleep. Enso's Zack's downstairs. I gave her nanny today off. So I was like to if you if you WANNA brush your teeth and wash your basic dress. The Watch the IPAD FOR TWENTY MINUTES. I do got to copy was Shannon with you. I said I'm with Dr would today. Okay I'll race. You did it so there you go but what. That's doing this helping him. Feel like there's some sort of control you're not giving him really control. You're getting ready to do what you need to do. But at least he feels like he's got some participation in this right yeah and then as he becomes a teenager. Those rebellion right really. What children are doing this? Who constantly fighting for independence. They don't realize what they're doing but if they're constantly pulled win not giving it then they fight harder and harder so makes it a lot easier right. These are the things again. I learned the hard way to do things and But those are the kinds of things we can do as parents to really improve and become better parents awesome. So I remember saying to. You will wait for work together and we're actually sitting right here in my little exotic yeah asset Jewish said you said first of all you test people so dr would hooked me up and tested me see right down to the fact that like I had a little bit of bull a little bit like you could see the different stuff right. Yup absolutely okay. So we need to you of what you're working with now. Yup diagnosed therapy and they haven't looked at the brain so then you say. Give me something that triggers. You and I said well there was this one thing that every time my husband would ask me honey. Where are you going? Have you like was like nails on a chalkboard on the weekends? It was like just pedicure. How long are you going to be? Is it really right? You want to do like that. You're get. It was every time like every time you'd asked how long has going to be or whereas GONNA go. It drove me nuts and it couldn't figure out why and I asked you like why is why is that like. Why does that happen? Do member kind of how you start talking. What's actually happening? Is I used to have the same thing if I sent to my wife no? I don't like that she would respond with start. Decrying a why you mad at me and so I was thinking it was what I said. That was the it wasn't it was what was happening this as she had learnt as a child to listen very carefully to the way her father spoke to hear when danger was coming. So if I had this little slight change in my vocal pattern not because I was upset with her. Maybe something else happened. During the day she could hear that vocal change and then her mind goes into memory and says what do we know about people that start raising their voice like that and all this data from her childhood who would come flooding in and then this regulate her nervous system and so it wasn't what I said. It was all the other data flooding men and so that was the same thing for you so when he say that wasn't necessarily what he said. It was any time somebody started like trying to control you or one know everything about what you were doing right. So that would come flooding in with affected and when I was a child everybody was a man in my life. I'm boyfriend for seven years. Who would control what? I did what I ate and used to yet. And who's the pressed me and even though I thought like oh I was good with that. It was coming out in a really strange way because it was residue. They're exactly and then that floods in and of that comes in your nervous system feels so afraid because there's all this data coming in and it wasn't just people for a couple.

Crohn Albert Einstein Billy Sheehan Enso Shannon Zack
A Decade Of Adventures With Professional Volleyball Player Marisa Field

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

09:21 min | 1 year ago

A Decade Of Adventures With Professional Volleyball Player Marisa Field

"Though. Morita the question of when it comes on when you're younger than athlete will. Your bigger during the goal is to achieve. Actually I was just thinking about this. I used to have this like. I don't know way back when when you had like. Msn Messenger thing or ICQ like those instant messaging things on your computer like my little bio thing was like pro volleyballer end like it was kind of a joke. 'cause like I didn't even know what that meant at the time. Just like yeah. That sounds good. Like Appropriately but had no idea like how it was going to get there what that bed so I guess I was always like kind of an idea in the head but actually was kind of a nerd in high school actually was planning to be a chemist I went to university with the intention of that and volleyball took over my life so okay so when you say you're going to be him if like how do you feel that working out like Nafta type stuff like why can't we be wasn't entirely sure but I just chemistry high school. I started my first year at college in my hometown. Action with the intention doing or years volleyball but graduating ending chemistry after the whole course life change. That's awesome so so you had your MFN bio theme Pro Volleyball Claire. So when you wrote that in life started happening had you start thin are i. How can I make this reality? Yeah I think Actually like I was just trying to remember when I started playing volleyball. I think I was about while which is crazy now to think about says while is actually been two decades now. I've been playing volleyball thirty. Two ounce so yeah. It's Kinda crazy but I think the starting kind of jump off point for me was when I made team be see from. Abc and I made that provincial team when I was like or teen I think and Is your calling you very raw. Was the word they used for Terrible but I jumped really high back then. I guess I'd potential so they took me and I didn't interview That year the year after something for them I think it had something like one day. I WANNA wear like a maple leafs on my back in fourteen candidate ahead said that Ben in nearly no like what it took to get there but eventually became a path so dover I know there's Tony was the have the application you know. They say. I want to be in Olympia and I WANNA don't own and do all these things. People atoms dry. Yeah like you can't do that to. How did you keep your mind? That like may laugh at my drain on a chase them all like originally when I started playing volleyball. I didn't even really WANNA play Bible like I started dance when I was like three years old. So I dance all the way up until the end of my high school. And my mom had kinda like encourage Mir Gently pushed me to play volleyball and at the time like basketball. More which is binding workers like ended up deciding basketball's too much running for me so I ended up. I was doing all three things. That was dancing. Anos playing volleyball and basketball into high school and then I can window basketball and then faced out dance. Bowling Ball's seemed like a better future option to go with so I started college. I graduated sixteen so a super young and I had offers to go to other schools like in the states and other Kadian universities ended up wanting to just stay home and I had really good the program at it was actually called back in but it's the UCLA now University of British Columbia Okanagan so that was in Colona and the coach was Steve. Manual was one of my mentor coaches still to this day. He kind of had a big role to play in my progression volleyball. So after my first year there recruited to go to U B C in Vancouver with Doug Rhymer in his team and it was kind of scary. Move to consider and I went to a two years with Steve Cohen than ended up making a transfer to UC Vancouver in coober into the it's called CIS fact then it's like all changed Old Sport now like a Canadian University system so I ended up going there my third year and after my first year there. I actually got invited to try out for the national team so just kind of like crazy because after my first year. Ub See a lot of the players on ABC. Were playing on the national team or not was. Kinda like became more of a realistic goal. I guess you'd say and I was like you know maybe after a couple more years like chance tryout and it was just kind of a really strange process how I ended up getting a tryout and then ended up making it and as when I was nineteen and so things just took off from there. Wow so he graduated at fifteen Lloyd. just win for team into transitioning to the next level. Yeah so like when I started I was still kind of didn't really have the idea like my first year. I was like okay. I'm going to chemistry and whatever tall Canadian still pretty nerdy. Still Pretty that. I think when I got recruited to go to the CIS and go play for a UPC IN VANCOUVER. That was kind of like okay. Maybe things can kind of progressing go ahead and they gotta also the gentle nudge from my coach. There Steve Manual. That you know you can stay here but basically I'm kicking out because I want you to go play at the higher level and Sierra potential so that was kind of Mike Start off point in the program with Doug Rhymer Jesse Knight was coach at the time and they really Hannah propelled my career in and getting me onto the national team and then I ended up finishing up two more years with. Ub See we won two national championships back to back. Actually and then they went onto win for more after I graduated in a row but Selena was kind of the start of my national team career when I was nineteen and then just retired from that like a year ago. So I'm relying on your La- calendar something you said if you ride a story about your journey it will be. I believe instead a decade of venture. But when you when you wrote that in your mind what we've thinking it's just kind of funny actually because I saw graduated from U B C in two thousand nine and then a number of the national team and then went to play pro for my first season abroad. Enso's like the two thousand nine going into two thousand. Ten was my first year in Europe. I was in Spain and the Canary Islands with my teammates Page and it was just like my funniest stories of life and pro. Come from this season it was just like so ridiculous in so many ways home at Christmas. Like almost didn't come back but when back and finish it out and yeah just finding those kind of the start of my career so the last decade now as I go back and forth on wrapping up in this decade. But yet it's just been. I've been all over Europe late in the Philippines. It's been ten years eleven years with team Canada and yet it's just been a lot of adventures all over the world so I think that sums it up for me your password. Kobe just ridiculous. I've had to in that time. Also pretty full of awesome so going back to the volleyball in making the kind of play with higher compensation had you again was an adjustment to your mentality how you approached the game or the always the same I think definitely I mean developed. I think even from kind of a young age I had like sort of athletic discipline instilled into me. If you from LIKE DANCE. Three in that was like a very disciplined Pity so I think I just always kind of had that. I think that's just part of my character. Personality is kind of like the athlete mindset but definitely like as I progressed higher up in levels that kind of became more of like my dreams once I made team Canada became okay analysis become an Olympian and so that was the focus and that sort of worked towards a win to two Olympic qualifiers A. Twenty twelve in two thousand sixteen. Very narrowly missed the twenty. Sixteen qualification end. So that was pretty heartbreaking but that was kind of the goal that was like why played volleyball was always to hopefully get to the Olympics. One day and that was Kinda what fueled him what. Push me through a lot of difficult times for sure and persevered through a lot of things and a lot of crazy seasons abroad in Europe pro. And and all that but Yeah I think that was always. My dream unfortunately didn't happen but had a lot of a lot of adventures along the way trying to get

Volleyball Europe Vancouver ABC Basketball Doug Rhymer Canada Chemistry High School Morita Selena Steve Manual Olympia BEN Mir Gently Bowling Ball Steve Cohen Colona
Dr. James Taylor on Chronic Pain and How CBD Inspired a Transformation in The Waiting Room

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

10:55 min | 1 year ago

Dr. James Taylor on Chronic Pain and How CBD Inspired a Transformation in The Waiting Room

"Today I'm really excited because I'm joined by doctor. James Taylor from North Carolina in some of my home stomping grounds in the southeast James. Thanks so much for being willing to take the time and speak with me today or Jason. It's modern thank you. Yeah totally okay so just to prime our listeners a bit. Do you mind speaking a little bit about the work that you do. And how it connects to to Hampton CD and all that so are merely a pain physician we have seven pink clinics in North Carolina it was the opioid crisis. Prices that got me involved. Oh in the CBD space About two years ago as premiers coming from medical boards and hospital administrators straighter on We've got to change the way we manage pain CBD came up and opportune time for our medical practice to look figure out what is what do or what is it not do. Offer patients in pain It was very taboo back then in North Carolina to Even even think about this bring it into our a practice So initially when we did that we had a symposium and we brought a lot of people to the symposium we brought the police sheriffs departments attorneys board and members You know anybody we could think of that. Might want to object and so we gave him the opportunity to object if we were going to bring. CD into the State of North Carolina and start using it with the patients No one objected They all agreed were in the middle of an opioid crisis. And we gotta pull out every tool we possibly can use in order to positively affect that So our journey only began their our. We studied some patients and felt good about continuing to recommend this to our patients. And we've just continued to try to understand this this even better of of what it's doing for these folks and how we can positively impact. Their lives in that journey has been a very up and down journey journey. A- and so being new into the cannabis space You just don't realize all the variables that you're going to have to deal with but it seems like we take two steps forward one step back. Three three steps forward four steps back in so that kind of roller coaster. I'm understanding what folks in the canvas world have been up against so the last number of years. Yeah and I've got to say I'm a little surprised that there wasn't much resistance in those early conversations. But that's that's great to hear as well just that there's A desire to try to bring in any safe tools that can be brought in to try to alleviate some of those opioid problems that we're that we're dealing with now and what it What forms of? CBD are being administered in North Carolina. Because I have to admit I'm not super familiar with what's Osman going on there. Recently are people using Like tinctures or edibles different. What types of products are they engaging will primarily tincture In our medical practice we stuck with tincture. We wanted to keep it simple. Yeah you know. Our patients aren't the the most educated and we typically serve the poor and the elderly orderly So we didn't want to bring a large variety of different things so the tincture. We kept it simple. But in the state of North Carolina of of him stores are opening up all over the place that have Food products the smokable him The tinctures bay products The whole Gamut You know the North Carolina and FDA. They have come out a pretty strongly to say. Hey we don't want this food products right but they still sell them. And nobody's out a monitoring regulating them in. Uh we'll see where all that end. Yeah it's it was interesting to me to see Saw Picture very recently of a store in Tennessee that was a CD slash him dispensary and it was set up very similarly to all the cannabis dispensaries. You see you out here on the West Coast or in states that have legalized. But it's all hemp products. That's fascinating to me. That that's spreading across the country and giving people access to canvas products even if it's in that limited CD sense that they wouldn't have access to otherwise. Have there been to your knowledge. Any issues regarding Product safety contaminations or MHM product consistency in that realm. Oil is for the public standpoint. I don't think the public of of see's much of that. I think there's a couple of news articles where some product came in how they came from out West that probably contained. THC mother was not a hemp to rob product worked but there has not been a lot of media attention on Tainted are bad product of now we have a laboratory and we do testing So half my patients take a product that we kind of oversee from growth to extraction the other half of my patients take products they get online So that's very good for me. I'm able to see what these other products are In the new all take sometimes these products from the patient and test them and see what's in them in so we're discovering quite a bit Eh. What's on the label is not necessarily what's in the bottle? Yeah you know tattle on anybody But I think it's a bigger problem than we all realize. Yeah I completely agree just for my own analytical work that I've seen there's Quite a lot of inconsistency batch to batch When manufacturers are making products and then sometimes the differences in product compared to label sometimes that's genuine just product manufacturing variability and sometimes it's militias sometimes? It's just outright companies lying in order to get product somewhere where they it can be sold. Can you speak a little bit to how you know. So you specialize in pain in trying to to help people deal with particularly Egli chronic pain How do patients seem to be reacting and under what kind of dosages yet great question so when we initially brought it into our practice We took one hundred patients in. We studied them at that point. We didn't know that there were different. CANNABINOID profiles we didn't didn't know how to dose it We just did not know a lot. We just put this bottle of CBD in front of a hundred patients And said take a half a dropper twice a day and that should last in thirty days and now come back and tell us what happens and we follow them over about a three month period of time so with not even much knowledge we Able to gain so much insight. Now's a pain physician. We were looking for a pain reduction and of them. Not Needing their opioids And what we found on our initial survey is there. Pain did not affect their pain whatsoever. but what we found or was number one. They slept so much better interesting. He came back other sleep. Went from about four four and a half hours to six hours a night and they started reporting that they were dreaming though so we set. Gosh this is good. You're sleeping better. You're dreaming you're getting more restful sleep deep someone who's got a chronic medical condition. This is very valuable to give you that a rejuvenation of that you need in order to face the next day With your continued chronic condition. The second thing they came to us and told us is that they're anxiety level was less that they were less anxious in. They found that when they were having an anxiety flare instead of reaching for alcohol or Benzodiazepine which we know those plus narcotic will equals death? They were reaching the battle hymn the very quickly they realized if they took other tincture within twenty thirty minutes their prices was starting to dissipate. And so we saw this as risk reduction. Yeah Yeah Yeah exactly. So we can protect our patients out. This is a wonderful reason to continue to pursue those. Yeah and that actually echoes a lot of what I've heard from other physicians and nurses. That have talked to that. Sometimes the therapeutic response you get from canvas product isn't necessarily a direct reduction of the symptoms that you're necessarily targeting but Hits other symptoms that accompany that problem that over time are likely to have a positive effect on the core issue that you're trying to treat as well is it's interesting to hear about People people starting to dream again so that indicates that REMM cycles must be being established for anybody. That's sort of unaware have chronic pain. Wake you up constantly throughout the night and so it's hard for your body. Hit actually sink into the. You know that that depressed and to these rim cycles where you'd really Be Having having you know more lucid dreaming and that sort of more intense dreams And so that super fascinating and there's a lot of debate out there right now about how. CBD Canvas Broadly Affect Sleep is there are mixed voices about that and especially when THC's involves so it's interesting to hear from your perspective and a place that is not dealing with thc that you're seeing positive outcomes with sleep 'cause in areas where they are working with thc it's not what has straightforward. Is that because T- can actually interrupt rim cycles and end. It depends person a person of course to we also so saw that initial observational study. The patients came back instead. They were hopeful and for it. I is perplexed us You know we did. It's a literature. Search found that yes. D- Aachen affects. Serotonin Osso we thought. This was a mild anti depressant effect But over the course of of these last years we realized it's more than that it's neurogenesis it's neuro plasticity. These patients brains. Were starting to grow into win. Your brain starts to develop new luke pathways you all of a sudden have hope you don't patients who are in pain. Chronic pain I think have a form of PTSD you know and they just can't. There's just stock. They don't know life is going to be like this the rest of their life. It's never going to get better kinda stuck in this. RUT IN CD allowed them to have hope in that hope of translated into a lot of positive things in our clinic before our waiting room was it was awful as miserable place to be ENSO's very depressing But all of a sudden replaying reggae music people are talking to each other and sharing. Their experiences really changed our atmosphere of our clinics.

Pain North Carolina CBD Cannabis Hampton Cd James Taylor Jason MHM Ptsd Tennessee West Coast Osman FDA Benzodiazepine
Milo Ventimiglia talks his new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

12:01 min | 1 year ago

Milo Ventimiglia talks his new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain'

"This. This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out right now that it's gonna make you can make you cry. It's going to make you laugh and it's called the art of racing in the rain. I mean it starts my guest milo ventimiglia welcome to the show happy to be here. Thank you and what you've done. Montmelo is broken. All the rules that actors are always told never to you. Don't work with animals with kids here you are and there i am happily and you just said i don't care what you say. You know. This is what made you are. You just yourself a major dog on <hes>. I mean for me. This wasn't a role that i was afraid of. It felt like something that i slash we as an audience needed. It's a human story. It's a story about a good father story about a good husband sure about a lovely family that is teaching their dog enzo the life lessons in needs to imprint it so that when he becomes a human in his next life. He'll be ready to be a good person he does want to be. He doesn't want so badly so badly what he wants wants curses himself for being dog and moments when his instinct is giving him insight to what this family is going through but he can't speak it. He can't say he just sit back and let things happen. So you have a dog yourself. No no no even like them. Love dogs okay. You said that i think we'd have to end the bucket out. The door wouldn't even give you the pop. That's maybe one of my way. Also this dog ends named after into dr a sound suspiciously like kevin costner very much so i won't even say might be kevin costner. He was here a couple weeks ago. I'm still hearing would what a what a lovely lovely coast or that. I never got to work with so you're not hearing on the set while you're doing this. What we're hearing in the audience know much like you. You know one is hearing with the dogs actually thinking there's no talking dogs in this. It's it's all the inner monologue of this dog as he's talking to himself telling the story story to himself of this family of this man but yeah no. I didn't hear anything i kind of our script supervisor and our our director simon curtis they would talk amongst themselves they would she would read <hes> enso's dialogue and simon. I'm kind of pause me and okay now. Hold on please and then i'll just be interacting with the dog you know and then he'd say okay and action and then i resume my lines or dialogue log on to where we needed to anything so i wasn't actually here in any kind of voice. Your thoughts are what what are the perils and the joys of working with a dog as the scene partner. You have to basic. I mean one. They're gonna steal the scene from me because i mean they're hand sorry. They're beautiful. They're there there you know you've been called all those things but still yeah they do with their with their with their tongues out in the tail's wagging you haven't tried that one yet avenue but because their animals you know you have to respect that their animals and take time and be patient with what they need to learn what they need to do. Repetitive over and over and over again not distract them feel like people can be distracted but yet we can handle a lot on our plate at any given time animals it was task at hand walked them there to their pick up some popcorn or lay down whatever it is is hold the remote and its mouth so it was a discipline of patients to just make sure that myself trainers were communicating and that i was given the dogs but they needed an intern. Instinctually they gave me what i needed which was a scene partner and that that was what was so special about our two dogs about parker and butler was what they were doing. Instinctually who they were was remarkable but i would also i would talk to the dogs like people like just you know not really full voiced that uncertain moments i'd have to crouch down and whispering to parker's ear hotel what was would say hey. We're gonna do this scene. I'm going to be a little stress but i love you. Kid don't worry we're fine. Don't tell me don't let yourself yourself. Get agitated. Just just stick with me at the end of it. I got a nice chicken. Treat for you yeah well. What made you not a dog owner sanjay. I want to do this movie. It was beautiful human story. You know what i saw. Again was a good man. <hes> living a life that was in many points of it difficult challenges obstacles real life stuff that was just constantly constantly hanging on him and i saw his heart and his determination to get through all that and do it for those that he loved. I loved. I loved the message behind that caring for the people that you really love and that fills you up well who can argue with that it also who oh can't relate to that. That's the thing that i also loved about. This felt like an extension of my t._v. Show this is us felt like something that everybody can draw raw from. Everybody can connect danny. Everybody can connect to eve everyone can connect to to <hes> enso's point of view. It just felt very relative. Tive who had you played that we can connected to who was the rat bastard in your career played a couple aw played one <hes> in a movie called wildcard. Jason statham the son of a mob boss who got away with the worst behavior. <hes> <hes> played <hes> the villain at the end of the second season of gotham t._v. Show he was a <hes>. He was a killer <hes> and play some pretty dark guys. Is that enjoyable to you too. I think everyone that i play short of that. That movie wildcard enjoyed that guy. I just really didn't like i didn't like putting on the character just didn't like any of it but for me it's they're all different sizes of humanity and i always feel like there's something to learn and and something to display people whether you're inspired to be good or showcasing that we really can't be this inhumane well sometimes by showing showing that in humanity you're you're also revealing something about sure us in the audience about what we don't wanna be exactly which is a good thing to it's one of the great things about being an actor does is that you can have that yeah and speaking about good at what you do. Congratulations third emmy nominations to the <hes>. This is us and season four coming in yeah. I'm already two episodes in just tell us what happened in the first to the next sixteen all of them yeah oh man should know so. Can you actually tell us how thing no i mean. I could say it's going to be great. I know really right in line with everything that this is us has done from seasons one to two to three the formula hasn't changed <hes> <hes> the pearson family feels like we're getting even deeper and deeper and deeper into who this family is who these people are as individuals in it you you know <hes> it's really just it's a joy to work on. I've had i've had a really amazing couple years going from that. Show this film and yeah. I'm <hes> i'm really lucky. It's fascinating to me because i remember also seeing you in rocky balboa woah yeah we're still alone is your father and that he has those speeches where he's basically you. You know talking about fatherhood what it is doing but then win season to this is oh yes like came. Flight comes on doing a scene with kevin yeah in a movie that he's doing talking about you. Who's gon who's his sons but also his his is his <hes>. He was his <hes> his hero. Yeah i mean i what i have had the first conversation with sly about joining the show and i pretty much told must i explained his part of it. You know inspiring a younger actor and his how he was my character. Jack's biggest onscreen hero and i basically told him i said all of that couldn't be closer to the truth as a younger actor i note it was like to be on set with you and dan to to just watch listen and learn what he was up to and what he was able to accomplish and i applied that to my everyday working process as an actor but then also from the character's point of view like he was my onscreen here on mike well yes lie was my onscreen hero to you know so. I don't know maybe a lot of flattery got him but also i mean you know his involvement with our writers and writing collect like coming together to share his his voice and what he wanted to tell of being playing himself. I don't know that he's ever played himself in the show but it was yeah you got a good day. You had a good time. He told me he goes a really good day so really good data good data. Yeah well the the two of you have. There's some similarities. People people think that i'm actually his son. Yeah yeah sure just go yet to do it well. You always say that you have this crooked matt do so where does that come from. Just i was born that way. I don't know where it comes from or what what got broken on the way way out but <hes> but it's definitely crooked i used to i used to talk out of the side of my face like this audience and i really didn't realize it until i was thinking might have been a teenager and i saw a local news channel interview or something and i was really struck by how crooked my mouth was when i spoke and so i remember sitting down in front of a mirror and reading reading and trying to catch what words made my mouth very very crooked and in doing that i figured out how i could kind of level it out a a little bit and it gave me kind of lazy speech pattern so now people don't quite know where <hes> from because of my lazy speech pattern because i'm trying to correct my crooked mouth but i don't know it works it is it's all kind of working. I think so i mean but did did it. Intimidate you when you were starting out doing. I said you have like moments. Have how am i gonna do this audition. <hes> where people cruel as people in hollywood can be yeah i had a i was in a castle one time how to cash or say hey could you. You just stopped doing that thing. You're doing with your mouth because you're doing a thing with your mouth and i go. You know what i was born that way and i just stared at all. I'm sorry i'm like no you're not and then i did the thing and i didn't get the part but it was like that was me that was me. I feared playing a vampire because you know vampires when they play vampires like they open their mouth. The big thing was going to go to the side and i thought seles or if i was like you know now. I've some wearing a masters. There's like there's a dead giveaway.

Kevin Costner Enso Milo Ventimiglia Partner Simon Curtis Emmy Jason Statham Parker Intern Gotham Tive Hollywood Danny Pearson Butler Supervisor Jack DAN Director
"enso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"enso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is one oh two on Wall Street time now for the market driver's report with a focus on American depositary receipts. And here's Dave. Thanks, charlie. Eighty yards are higher. Unlike US shares the and a DR index is up two tenths of a percent while the S and P five hundred slower by a quarter of a percent, the UK standard life. Aberdeen has climbed seven point eight percents in US trading coast CEOs Martin Gilbert and Keith scare each purchase fifty thousand shares of the money manager yesterday. According to regulatory filings. Another UK company g four s is up seven percent. These security provider said it's considering a spin off or initial public offering of its armored car business g for us expects to complete review of the unit next year Finland. Stora Enso has dropped four point three percent. And you PM is the client two point three percent. The paper makers eight ers are lower after one of their peers Mets aboard cut its fourth-quarter earnings forecasts and Italy's so really Impregillo has fallen. Almost twenty one percent. In arbitration panel order group that includes the construction company to repay a hundred and forty eight million dollars to the Panama Canal thority the decision involve cost overruns on an expansion project. Charlie we thank you very much. Dave Wilson tracking those American depositary receipts. So again, recapping here the Dow just turning negative moving from green to red on my Bloomberg here down eight points, a drop their of less than one tenth of one percent s&p down seven down three tenths, NASDAQ down. Forty four a drop of six tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, Charlie. President Trump has rebuffed numerous opportunities to secure billions for a border wall. And with Democrats set to take control of the house in January that goal could be out of reach for him for good for more on the story. We're joined now by Steve Dennis Bloomberg news, congressional reporter. He is on the phone with us from DC and Steve. Take us for a little walk down memory lane on the funding for the wall. Yeah. There have been multiple chances for Donald Trump to get twenty five billion all everything that he's asked for as far as the amount of money. He wants for his wall, and he's not been able to sort of take. Yes. For an answer. Because he's wanted other things, you know, way back in February nearly every democrat voted for twenty five billion dollars for the wall over ten year period. And in return, they wanted what the president was offering on the DACA program. These are people who are brought here illegally as children. Haven't gotten into too much trouble with the law would have given them a path to citizenship. But the president didn't want that Bill and the main reason is he wanted to limit legal immigration, specifically family immigration, which he calls chain migration. So the Democrats weren't willing to do that. And so here we are at the end of the year, and the president doesn't have as twenty five billion dollars for the wall. He doesn't have five billion for the wall. He doesn't really have anything, and he also doesn't have those limits to legal immigration either. So he's he's sort of staring at nothing really on his immigration agenda, which is sort of why he's now in this shutdown mode ahead of next week. So going forward of what is the the math not seem to add up for him. Now. Well, you know now he needs Nancy Pelosi's help and so far as last week. He rejected the idea of revisiting a deal like the one that was broached earlier this year of trading DACA for wall funding. I think the price for Democrats for wall funding has gone way up and right now they're saying they don't want to support mall funding in any circumstance. I do think that might change next year. If the courts ruled that the DACA program can be ended by the president. That's currently percolating through the courts, and we could have a final ruling on that in the middle of next year that could give the president some leverage, and there's also the potential for a bigger deal. Something much more comprehensive that would deal with the eleven million people here illegally. Not just to the DACA population. But. So far a lot of democratic senators don't really see the president really willing to or wanting to cut a big deal because he's worried about his own political standing with his base, and you have a number of Republican senators who backed in crafted this compromise earlier this year who really think that the president missed an opportunity. Lamar Alexander senior Senator from Tennessee. So that the President Trump could be Nixon going to China on this issue. If he if he was simply willing to start cutting some of these deals, he he actually has enough poll with his base to bring them along. But so far that's not happening. But we have seen him willing willing to cut deals on other things. So we can't rule that out entirely, right? Yeah. I think there's still a chance, and you know, as long as the president has that ten where he can assign bills keeping the government open or not he's going to be relevant. But you know, it's quite possible that next year that our next week even that congressional Republican leaders could blink. They don't seem all that excited about going into government shutdown in the holidays and pass a short term spending Bill whether he he wants it or not, and you know, unless the president can maintain a one third plus one member of one of the houses, they can override a veto. Well, when it comes to wrangling, Mr. Trump hasn't exactly been a study this weekend. How to win friends and influence Democrats on Capitol Hill. If as you say he needs Nancy Pelosi's help he hasn't really done much to ingratiate himself to her. Now. I mean, he's facing a choice heading into next year, which is the pick fights with Nancy Pelosi left. And right. She's clearly has secured the speakership after cutting a deal with people who had been held holding out on her speakership. So she's gonna go into next year with a lot more Democrats and not really necessarily in the mood to cut a whole bunch of deals unless he's willing to give Democrats something that they want. And that's something that the president. You know, sometimes he's talked a good game on that. And hasn't always delivered. Steve Dennis, Bloomberg news congress supporter. Thank you for that update. Well, coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power and law, though, latest analysis on Michael Cohen's three year conviction for multiple crimes, including lying to congress. But first, let's get back to check on world.

president DACA Donald Trump Charlie pelletan Bloomberg Nancy Pelosi UK Steve Dennis Bloomberg US Aberdeen Stora Enso Panama Canal Bill Steve Dennis Finland Mets congress Dave Wilson
Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

"The head of, the California Democratic party this week called for a boycott of the popular fast food chain, in and out after, a public filing revealed that the company had donated twenty five thousand dollars to the California Republican party party chairman Eric Baumann into tweet. On Wednesday linked to a? Story about. The contribution in Rhode eat to. In and out with the hashtag boycott in. And out in and out executive vice president Arne Weisinger said, in a statement, Thursday that? The company made equal contributions to both democratic and Republican political action committees and California in. Two thousand eighteen for years, in and out burger supported lawmakers. Who regardless of. Political affiliation promote policies. That strengthen California and allows us to. Continue. Operating with. The values of providing strong pay and great benefits for our

California Burger King Raquel Welch Owen Wilson Roadside Memorial Philips Rhonda Gerard Depardieu Brunswick Stephen Sepulveda Maine California Republican Party Chico Rhode Chico California California Democratic Party Danielle Executive Vice President Enso
"enso" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"To either stay stand strong with this meeting or to cancel it altogether so both sides the i'll keep a local senior senator john mccain weighed in on the subject quote president trump must be willing to confront putin from a position of strength that demonstrates that there will be a serious price to pay for his ongoing aggression towards the united states and democracies around the world if president trump is not prepared to hold putin accountable this summit in helsinki should not move forward i like his stance there because it's not just hey go get him boss or you need to cancel this it's eight if you're willing to do this right if you're willing to do it right go ahead meghan happened chuck schumer chuck schumer had to weigh in well actually let's just start with pelosi why not nancy pelosi said the stakes for the upcoming trump putin meeting could not be higher president trump must demand insecure a real concrete and comprehensive agreement that the russians will cease their ongoing attacks on our democracy failure to stand up to putin would constitute a profound betrayal of the constitution and our tamar cross i schumer said president trump should cancel his meeting vladimir putin unless russia takes demonstratable and transparent steps to prove that they won't interfere in fruit feature elections won't happen glad handing with vladimir putin on the heels of these indictments would be an insult and enso's.

senator john mccain trump united states helsinki chuck schumer nancy pelosi russia vladimir putin president enso
"enso" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Just it looks really off in i don't i don't say that to be mean but i just don't i don't understand how it's going to look it just doesn't really make a lot of sense so anyways i've kind of broken down the image kind of looked at it and some other people that that i follow have done this as well we've kind of come to this conclusion that bob almost looks like he stole enso's face because he just doesn't look right and dot looks almost like a like an action figure she doesn't their textures are kinda strange like i get that they're doing it in a totally different platform the date in the unreal engine dot's diner looks more sophisticated than the original reboot characters and that's kind of that's kind of i'm kind of basing this off of as if they were going to update the diner going update a lot of the the parts of mainframe and make it look flash here shinier in in new they almost should have done a little bit more with the actual like dot endzone bob characters little bit more than what they did bob's hair looks kinda goofy is face looks goofy is body i i'll give it a pass i'm wondering which version glitch is gonna show up on them enso's face looks really silly and then the zero one on a makes them look like he's his early season oneself dot didn't have this uniform in season four so again there's there's a couple of questions i have with that and i'm kind of wondering what's going on did see another.

bob enso
"enso" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"And i turn around and here comes this freaking schick right like this one hand are basically facing timid or and hand on record owed so she's in a full track and she doesn't even know it she's not paying attention pletely oblivious to her surroundings so i freak in bonn dock with her boom and i give him one of these and i said tell you basically pay attention and she gives me an odd and moved chief separation again i'm booking man and i'm looking out check and check and checking checking wave off nothing i deploy my shoop and seconds after i deploy 'cause i'm trying to break the the breaks out and i felt something you know i felt my shoot waddell or whatever but i couldn't see anything because my arms were up like this so i go into my my canopy check my what's it called my up your four point controllability checks and i'm looking up and i got closed end cells on one side and i'm like hot i've never had closed enso's before that's weird so i'm thinking well do i cut away you know you've got you've only got this much time at yankee about it some looking at the going at twenty five hundred i'll wait another five hundred feet and it's still controllable and now mac two thousand fifteen hundred still piece of shit but it was controllable and i end up landing right on right rate in the pit area and one of the.

bonn dock waddell enso five hundred feet one hand
"enso" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Break the cycle the us you know what's good for me to see because you here about the way black people see are treated okay right and then there's a lot of people a little south pepper so it doesn't happen south that we all know that there's not a stomping black folks from tonga now oh kidding separate biking yeah the viking that happens here but i like to see that people living the way we are are are still open to listening to what they say because a lot of times like well this curtis complaining well maybe you should try to walk in his shoes from the bid and see how they attack you when you want at a compton you're like them that really happens right yes it happens every day so we'll tell happening right okay listen i respect the hell out of cops and i think you should now if a cop truly me like that i'm a look at a cobb differently of course that's just life and a lot of people don't want to open their minds and see that and i'm glad that you can see and i think the one thing that is so tell chinese i had but i can see it but i can't know what it's like i don't know what it's like to be pulled over now and have to worry about or i don't have to teach asher about being pullover and by reach eminent obviously tell them the respect police graduate what they say but in a much different conversation then there's a chance you could be killed yeah then you know it it it it and the thing is the reality this country is it when you look at the whole scope of it and is what i learned school it is wide so passion me because i i was taught it and took it in that the it's not by chance that you go to poor neighborhoods in this country and that majority of four neighborhoods are black it's not by chance that you go to jail and the majority of people in jail or black me right it is a premeditated things of this country is done over time by denying did by denying education and enso's and i don't want to sit too much on my pulpit allies that is a.

curtis compton cobb asher enso
"enso" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Overcorrected with elizabeth warren i didn't want to be seen as the reporter who is like gunning for elizabeth warren that's so my job my job is to write stories about politicians and this story was an interesting one this native american story yet somehow i'm seen as like going after you know what i'm following news and the very i mean for the most part i don't like the idea that i am either seen as an anti or a jew leader but on enso's so we actually so the idea of rare hillary now what is john each her like i would be embarrassed if people said i'm with her if people connected me to a hillary clinton campaign saying before an election i'm trying to cover a political a a presidential campaign and i my name as a reporter is now been connected to one of those presidential candidate's campaign that would be so embarrassing to me i would be really freaked out an and up and not okay with that because i don't like i don't want to be seen is in the pocket of hillary clinton now like i'm with turner is would be a a nightmare enacting seemed to be the case with her i mean i don't know how she personally felt about it but it doesn't seem like it was that big of a deal well um also remember with katie this couple of days ago as well hilly yeah she was sad some sound thousand dollars he believes a thousand dollars the papers mortgage.

elizabeth warren reporter hillary clinton turner katie enso john thousand dollars
"enso" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"The other woman in her arch broken yep it's iras qatar pipes america that's that is totalling that's totally every anybody who's listening upper of years can relate to somebody or something in another yep i love that was a jobs mass we i don't think there are too many thirty years ago 1987 yeah that make sense win jewison directed it really got swedish i'm not sure about that but so uh on him the right or would you like a piece of history about the owner on norman jones on moonstruck go ahead i when that will do is coming up came out i was working on a cruise ship enso's in 1987 eating seventy s that's what how will we you on the cruise ship well i think it would have been probably early a fifteen the crucial what in on the cruise ship was eighty we had that we had and a missing were on him beginning haircut with julia roberts some uh dostam our own uh you know dolly parton irene tomatoes in dine the five right around there is seen uh who's a warren beatty sister early mclane get children cling on from the edge known of that's that's not think that that may have been shown to okay i was that was mercer street that was about dumb carrie fisher eric fisher yom but the now can i remember this other moslem this daryl hannah it's the to name of a flower southern flower old magnolia steele might illinois exactly yeah that the that was at the end of lease charades couple march so funny when you will have to when you vote you really see the same movie fifty six times in every leave it as a review marnie with so uh i think now idled of it's tougher for you given euro your heritage uh two boom make a man culpa and abolish in admit that you were wrong but if you'd like to now we think would be is that a time as any okay what was i wrong about the role of the patriots can think the jaguars asphalt long somebody have that somebody have uh the break the break which i called when you have the.

norman jones enso julia roberts daryl hannah marnie patriots qatar warren beatty mclane carrie fisher illinois jaguars thirty years
"enso" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on Doughboys

"But it was i mean that sars was just a like diarrhoea i was jazz i couldn't believe it i like bacon behind your you're the onion rings were a a krispy tree heat but everything tasted like barbecue is sole overpowered by barbecue jews not like barbecue sauce period yes you don't like barbeque there's always is a canadian this is divide does it does not go north of a border no no there is a barbecue stuff but not like barbecue sizes in barbecue things are big here enso's ranch new really big here yeah hat like it's like a hall you mentioned we like we got vinegar near we got gravy and they're like we're a little like of what our comes with our stuff but like i i don't yet barbecues eichner as i mean you guys have whole barbecue meats zones here the rate texas is considered a barbecue meats and i need new one of those needs yeah i got no sauce i liked it in the meets on earlier some some barbecue is more heavily sauce and other barbecue i think there's also different different schools of thought on sauces and said this this is more of a of a sweeter sort of molasses e sort of sod sherry sweet very raceway of which i was surprised by eight you know it was the same sweetness as lays barbecue chips mm because i find leeds wherever you chips to be completely sweet and it was that salinas but it was like spread so thick that rate i and i 'cause i love onion rings it really overpowered the onion rings and i was excited to have the onion rings in avert imo you might have had someone who got sauce happy by an oversight i saw sta gets asked a did i wonder if there's any people there who love a sandwich or a burger or pizza but then get unhappy if there's two sauso and i know that i have some that i don't like him.

enso texas leeds salinas
"enso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From uh he's ten twenty sixteen ten chinese 10year treasury is them under two point eight you know now three point nine s so um i i think that room mb you're you're you have this kind of catch on a fact of money coming back into china i think that's why were much more constructive on the rim be going for the videos bite up shouldn't have to gear in 2017 obviously is technology stocks race to the upside the yesterday was a very good day said the banks it's kind of value play if you don't think that the debt blows up in china delight the banks but i i liked the bank fifty one year in terms of valuation very inexpensive uh your we're seeing i think the financial uh you're you're you're mid pillow um mid mid to high single digit p dividend yield jutta slightly below that um i feel i think you know i do like these megat cap uh shanghai listed banks in particular and the icing on the cake those are the stock going it them sti indices in a few months the peak take france baby in 2018 branded i heard always great to get your insides thanks for joining us on bloomberg daybreak asia different than hand chief investment officer trained shares with us coming up with turkey through the market action and as hong kong china comeback this is the gimbert green business report who says coke bottles don't grow on trees or at least some gun the plant companies that make packaging from plants instead of fossil fuels are starting to challenge the oil industry's ambition to increase the supply of raw materials for plastics according to the european bioplastics association and berlin the use of bioplastics made from sugar cane would and corn will grow at least fifty percent of the next five years the group's members include cargill and german chemical giant basf and the finnish papermaker stora enso has stepped into the business to meet demand from the likes of cocacola and llego what mckenzie a research group focused on the oil industry says biochemicals and bioplastics could wrote a portion of oil the man much like recycling a road overall virgin plastics demand bioplastics currently make up about one percent of the plastics market according to the industry's organisation in europe that's the bloomberg green business report i'm bob moon dawned on the.

china technology stocks asia chief investment officer oil industry european bioplastics associati cargill stora enso europe bob moon france bloomberg hong kong china berlin basf fifty one year fifty percent one percent five years 10year
"enso" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That marlin wayne's is marlin marlins like so these marvin williams most like civilian people disco will he used him or or jimmy kimmel's just jimmy kimmel that's his latin sui is but to guard if jimmy kimmel stop being jimmy kimmel for like twenty minutes we just move right on past it battling an athlete that just blows his knee out as out of the league for years ago right on its is right by jimmy kimmel continues to work you could be jim became among wayne's works because if i style imala lanes they go is replace me with damon sean keating is easier jimmy's only one at him well there's other brother deja animal jimmy fallon but other like i get the there's like a did i got nephews and nieces the replacement younger betterlooking burden the me so i i got work well do you feel so you just enso's it do you enjoy i don't mean do you enjoyed i guess what i'm saying is i love how much of it is feels like this is just what i do versus man do i love manta my enjoying myself um have real combination of this is what i do in order to enjoy myself because look i love the fact that i could go on stage and be funny for an hour and i came you know travel the world i can you know like meet the fans and like you know like just a challenge my work ethic see if a joke works in all fifty two states.

marlin wayne jimmy kimmel damon sean keating jimmy jimmy fallon marvin williams jim enso twenty minutes
"enso" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on WDRC

"Video coming out i has a lot of people talking about or at least asking about maybe the theory that these winds he's power lines were so wang as a result of the earthquake and then maybe they arct and and caused a bunch of power outages one video showed what you can see the lights you know in the distant isn't it it looks really it looks like thunder or i'm sorry lightning in the distance and it either the i mean if you didn't know what you were looking at you would think just lightning you know in the horizon but it it apparently as a is the you know those those power units sparking in going out and and uh now they still reporting that those that power has not come come back on too many of those residents there in mexico city as you brought to our attention when we first covered this mexico city's hundreds of miles way of course austin in dallas friday even much further but i mean mexico city people were getting out of the buildings i mean they were evacuating buildings six hundred miles on those econolodge declares rauza enso's uh it's a it's a fairly decent distance but uh that brings us great concern of course for those along those coastal cities that are closest to the epicentre an and uh our thoughts and prayers with all those affected uh were also watching of course yes we are keen norma uh there sudden uh we'll have another up data from the national hurricane center coming up in just little under uh while a dull heaven about fifty minutes will have another one uh but coming your way in about an hour governor scott uh late in the day yesterday ordered all public schools in the state to be closed on friday and monday so they will be close most uh through monday uh and that of course uh is i i'm not sure that it it if you look at the path of the storm and and the consensus of the the all the prediction models now is that a hurricane armor will basically go up the center of forda this is going to have an effect act on all.

mexico city austin dallas rauza enso forda wang mexico fifty minutes
"enso" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"enso" Discussed on TechFan

"Danny's awesome i i don't know where he's gets all the time yep i don't have time to eat lunch half the time so thanks very much downing thank you guys for downloading the tech fan sticker pack for messages it's awesome um we spent quite a bit of time in the last episode david talking about our our problems with wire now wire is the app that we went to the web services free uh because we had so many problems with skype an we started having a lot of problems with wire and so we put the call out there hey what's the what are you guys using is there something out there maybe we should take a look at because wires this kept failing us and we're using it right now we're still on wire um david's been at a trade show all week in um or an export gus in las vegas the immoral correct the antelope empty and i've been working of course and i would i haven't i've got the feedback i've looked at a couple of them but i haven't download or even explored them yet i'm going to it's just i've been so busy enso's david so we're still looking for feedback on what service we should possibly look an and we've got some really good feedback including gaz from um uh the the my mcpike ask as mouse and he said um read tech fan three fourteen having had similar issues skype this week carl uses and pays for his then caster so that's interesting i've heard of zan castro never really looked at it.

Danny web services skype david enso carl zan castro las vegas
"enso" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"enso" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Revolutionizing the way people three people in the experience of their if its own for positive this off welcome back thank you for tuning his is over plasma business thought through you are part of our revolution in healthy foods business quickie food these things things you won't either were food a issues a a houston of more a less quirky these days it would take the right girl to get me to bridge the gap to as cargo but but the regular his bridge the gap to sue she of the things so you open minded your openminded all right well it was i wasn't really going that deep but thank you for sharing interest in june grain vein i am i don't like blue suit what i yeah i don't like nothing like the next the reserves the thing is booed because their eminence blue koolaid lucchini andy like you know the dalai ran and yet blue thing have been artificially callard lu lu berries seem i could loop real do they're a real natural be naturally there have been don't give me bleed blake below the little blue blair very liberal looms no i don't like gruenigen submit you know why they just it just seemed artificial humane and and i don't know why they don't officially the lee red or green or browner your orange i don't know why i thought it was quirky said it was quirky admitted my little quirkiness enso share brings then a little bag of eminem to share amongst the three of us so you know you don't feel bad about eating entire bag of eminem and i love peanut eminem there one of my favorite travel foods in some travel i usually pick myself up a little vaga them an an and read licorice and i'm good to go and pat gum impact could go in my travelled provisions clings ranked pillar have have i do i even on local working admitted that a mutual aid and so she's pouring out know the atms and out of my six them enhance three of them were blue and then it was a variety of other colors and think there was a read in a into brand and of course this gift for you but i got to be the beneficiary of the because four of them were blue while she gave you wanna an extra bruin from her package yeah so i.

houston dalai blake enso
"enso" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"enso" Discussed on So That Happened

"Now it's too lending and insurance that's it loans and insurance that's it so we don't really need was yet that's it school i'll take care of counting word out that one oh yeah you can do a lot with steel uh and and we we had financial systems for thousands of years without credit default swaps enso's things let's things like like the complexity of the financial system and ways to simplify thinker are important horizons to be looking at me why do we have a private equity company what what is a private equity company house it different from say a trust from 9000 i think the the real quote from the time period to emphasize explains brock obama president obama the point system like i wasn't elected to like bailout fat cats or something like that i wasn't elected to like get fat cats which is when one because amid wall street hate him even though of hama pleaded as friendlies he possibly could uh through the bailouts in through the investigations looks like it's like in a literal sense he's like i wasn't elected to do this like i i don't know what to do about this like my administration is like in an out of wall street in and out of finance as are the democrats were at large on it just wasn't part of the debates you know in two thousand eight him in a hillary clinton had some back and forth about mortgage relief out as the real disaster the obama administration ob it wasn't just like part of the debate we're in 2016 it was a real part of the debate i think and 2020 will absolutely be part of the debate all right i'll i'd like to thank my three guests might consul in that carter.

financial systems hama hillary clinton carter credit default swaps enso brock obama president obama administration
"enso" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"enso" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"Of that's what the shows bitterly wait a one thank you were a state of any cheese make it possible quick look at our weather please so that we can there were everybody knows is a gorgeous gorgeous early saturday here a mid70s been we need a salvo 10 miles an hour gusting of it and how partly cloudy tonight bowed mid50s tomorrow more sunshine warmer more humid though for 80s manner i think i can handle that that we make anything of old maryland by just mcveigh humid upper 80s considered cool summer anyway odd sunday night it oh cool off lows 60s a could have some showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon on monday but that's only what their gessen now perhaps in weather boy of course which does not guested only tells you the way it is here says a just outside of a her we are we get what wins for five knots at the south in its gusting up to six ways but one point eight feet high in the eight sticks deport the air tep is fifty three degrees the visibility will it's just as curvature of the earth sort of thing you know in the waters forty eight forty nine degrees the top dropped into forty six would debaters down severe bit and the waters almost all moving some weird well no it's starting to change now you have the has been last last hour oh heading north northwest enso said are we got here a just twenty two leaders doubt style th west blow that south where the heck did that come from all his watered so they washing that way will came from the west because there was in west south west water both that anyway that plumer their above it then below it the water is heading north but that particular chuck a water skoog while we don't care we're heading west west southwest and south west end straight on self and if you don't like it so what so that's the vagaries the vagaries of the year 'extraordinary uh mass of currents that pinups cabela's.

maryland enso cabela forty eight forty nine degrees fifty three degrees eight feet