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"escalona" Discussed on THEMOVE
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"escalona" Discussed on WBUR
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"escalona" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Just four in the morning show if something comes up regarding sunny day just bypass that and just continue to click the trussell city. This is what we're gonna do. Oh tiffany tiffany you late as hail. Shout the tiffany. good morning. Tiffany tiffany foot wreck. Is she still bussing. My beloved nephew. Lee scott's asking a group room with the best video shot. I'll say a kite consol. Yes and the head with your video you got girl. Wait a minute wait a minute. I'm going to take that bag. Tiffany uranus over for the moment tigers. Alice's kicking your ass big time but you always put that work in like we do each and every day. Shut out the gonzales. She's in that group. Remove those videos so shut up the guy. Tiffany thomas but now gonzales yukon. You keep an hour room in crazy all three of them. We appreciate you kicking nash. Right now we dedicate the show friday to the listeners on a friday. And i'm for sure that we achieve that today. At least that's how my spirit fills we are going to announce chabrol member week. One thing that we are proud of on this show for all the years. We've been doing this show every friday. We always had a chapel member. We at least when we not here then that we will continue to person as channel number week. And we're proud of that sitting we're going to announce the chat room member of the week before we leave. How about that all right on a feel good friday last friday next friday is our last day. We'd be a few weeks so because we went on away from january saying yeah so so done so sydney at the counter three chat remember. We ready one two three crystal rony crystal phelan roney. Who would have thought. Hey hey chatroom. Member of the week camp through member of the week chatroom kapor hey presto go crystal. Hey go crystal chat through member of the week. Hey to chat room member out of the week. Hey co crystal. Hey co crystal chat and other week. Hey now chris who works for the show of course behind the scenes care she loves this show and we went on a you young lady for all the work that you do with which we recognize that each and every day anyway but we just want to take a time to on you. i dunno. She's even less onerous on they. Could somebody have crystal colin crystal You are now the chat remember the week. We appreciate everything that you do for this show each and every day. Thank so much so we went on the. Let's everybody congratulate christine chat room. She is the chat room member of the week. Now yes story okay. What starring sean you wanna give them. One quick story sound different year when he hit it. Does it sounds a little different. So would you like. How do you react when we do this. And you're watching it from how does that. How does it feel kind of what. What do you think homeland. Nobody's about the question to me. Because as i really just don't know right so would emotions. You're going through when you hear all this stuff lake all the shoulder news but i get excited because i know what you guys are about the southbound wrong but i get that but i hear the music. I'm like. ooh they're getting to the good parts of the best. We have a half an hour meeting almost about average sometimes ten minutes. I'm tom three minutes from tom. Twenty regardless we go through all the news stories sydney presents news to us and then we start the show. I give my opinion. I slide the couple. You know though things. I see that. Come across my sean gays or nasal basically he. Let's be no. It's worthy enough to tell you. And when i'm slacking so it's really sean nivose. Stop his j. to the book in why she got back. Joan page new jacques. She got front page news. Y'all y'all page news stories. One story okay. Well i by celebrate us to crystal needs gentleman. Chris is in the chat room. Dearest birthday it's going to be sunny this weekend. Stars coming is gonna be a great weekend on this field friday. This is the field. Good friday for some people to employees are charged for allegedly sending over one. Hundred thousand dollars in chick-fil-a profits to their personal bank accounts. This is fraud sean. This this is fraud bro. Now now xerox copy of a card. Come on talking about real fraud on this. Feel good friday. Two former employees of the company are facing criminal charges in alabama. Isn't that when your family from for allegedly taking over one hundred thousand dollars from the company's profits the former employees have been identified as thirty seven. Year old larry james black junior and forty year old joshua daniel both men worked at the chick-fil-a located in the five points area of ham. Larry worked as the former director of hospitality while joshua worked as the former manager. The and this means that they were cashiers. Okay because chick-fil-a gives their people like very high titles and it's like regular. The pair allegedly deposited customer payments from their workplace into their personal bank accounts. Both men have been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud. Larry is facing additional charges for bank fraud and misuse of a social security number together. Larry and joshua carried out their plan between april of two thousand eighteen and january of twenty twenty. They used fake email addresses and digital payment account to collect money from customers for food orders and additional sales. How afterwards the money was sent to bank accounts. Owned by larry and joshua. During the time of their scheme. Against chick-fil-a larry also allegedly made false representations about his coins wrote article he falsified information in transactions with financial institutions including a january twenty twenty application for mortgage loan in the application joshua fate payroll documents and misrepresented his income from chick-fil-a he also used a fake social security number to open the bank accounts where chick-fil-a stolen funds are deposited. Us attorney prim. F escalona and secret service special agent in charge. Patrick davis issued a joint statement about the charges. The men received a sixteen count. Indictment both employees are now facing twenty years maximum for each wire fraud charge cheeses. Larry is also looking at an extra thirty years. Maximum for the bank fraud and another five.
April 2020 Book News
"Our April Twenty Twenty Book Club pick again is Mimi. Lee gets a clue by Jennifer Jay Chow which I actually finished last night so the wall. Maybe there's the benefits isolation I is. I have more time to you. Know do stuff But Yeah I love how is it how is it far? I enjoyed it. It's It's an interesting take on detective fiction I won't say more until discussion at the end of the month. But it's It's a pretty cute story of it. Did I. Deliver on on a happier book? Flew to deliver a light read. This is like a book that is is not particularly challenging But has a lot of great moments and is just overall. I really fun read and definitely a good break from all the you know All the existential Despair that we're faced with every day in real life. So thank you for for doing that. Are you not entertaining them? And speaking of thanking re-re. I wanted to also thank you for compiling all the Book News. We actually have a ton of news episode which is which is A contrast to the last few we've kind of had to dig for for as American League News. Yeah that's the strange thing about publishing you know like book deal comes out but the deal was being made like maybe two years ago. All of the all of the books that were being written like two years ago. Now they're coming out No our first book deal. Marvin can you take the lead? Sure Penguin team. Canada acquired two books in a why Douala by debut author Sheron Jae Jao pitched as Pacific Rim meets the handmaid's tale the first book iron widow is setting a world with a Patriarchal Military System. Where male pilots of giant magical? Mecca are treated like celebrities and female pilots. Must serve as their concubines. The novel's heroine is eighteen year. Old Wounds again. Who embarks on a journey to avenge her sister's murder? Publication is slated for fall. Twenty twenty one for the first title and the Second Book is slated for fall. Twenty twenty two. This sounds amazing I don't know if you know but was not an is a legendary figure in Chinese history. She that she is a real life. Empress of China like she started her own dynasty in imperial China and the story is like she started as a concubine for the emperor of the previous dynasty and pretty much arranged for her to succeed him. I think I've seen a documentary on her. I never remember the names of of like of like important historical figures it's been entire for struggle dramas and movies based on her life in China. Well it sure on book sounds pretty bad ass considering that there's like like Mecca robot young and I am all for that as a as a gundem fan not just make up a magical So like ESCO Floyd type thing you know Escalona. It's been so long watch that show and I don't know if you follow on twitter. But she made a post recently about announcing this book deal and following up on twitter. Promise that if she ever got a publishing deal she would Do you her author picture in her. Because I guess he's a Avid cost player as well and so she did the photo shoot with her wearing a calcium which is pretty amazing. So check that out. That's that is the promised to make as as an author that is you know. That's quite the dedication of right so our next book deal is bought an island with you. A why a debut by Malani Moreno set in Contemporary Hawaii. This own voices novel features. Two boys struggling with identity and loss in their community. After other boys in their town go missing. Publication is planned for Spring. Twenty twenty one between the trend of awesome own voices. Books is this like. Is this a niche of of like like Hawaiian Crime novels? 'cause I feel like kind of common to have like a deaths or like a missing persons case in quote Unquote Paradise. Like I feel like that that has to be a
"escalona" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"ESPN daily we tell. The stories of the world's greatest teams coaches built championship teams with players uniquely qualified for their roles. That's why you need indeed for Your Business. Indeed provides tools like skills tests to help candidates. Show the perfect hire for you. You Post a job at indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free. That's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily terms. Arms conditions in exclusions. Apply so David. After after coach leaves Miami. He does some soul searching turns his life around. How does he get back into coaching Escalona? Who was head coach at Syracuse? And he's the guy who kind kind of rescued that does Ron from the scrapheap. After the Miami debacle and brought Cajun at up to central New York to coach at Syracuse which is sort of mind-bending in its own right Paschal only had this program where when players returned for fall all camp in August they would do this really strict conditioning program that involved bench pressing running and a lot of it and it was Paschal Onis way of testing whether they had let themselves go over the summer or whether they had stayed in shape and so before all the kids go off for their their summer vacation Coho says to his position group. y'All better not come back out of shape and just approve move. I'm not kidding I'm going to go and do all of the same conditioning stuff you are when you come back and you better not believe. This was his quote. Get your ass whipped by a thirty five year old man. Ed spent the summer hardcore training for this when all the players come back in August. Sure enough there's at Osceola on running hundred yard dash after one hundred yard dash bench pressing four hundred and five pounds and the entire D.. Line just erupts like jumps on top of him celebrating this. That was the whole thing with him is that he didn't want to ask anybody to do something something that he wasn't willing to do to when he left Syracuse to go to USC CAL federally. Who is the equipment equipment manager at Syracuse and has been for years and years? We've told me he was in the locker room. When you're on told his players he was leaving is like I've never seen anything like it? Three eight hundred pound grown men defensive linemen just sobbing that their position coach was leaving and so I think you see going way back the way that he. He manages to connect with people that I think has been in many ways. The absolute key to his success is that he is first and foremost a people person when he went to USC head coach at the time was Pete Carroll who if Eto Doron is hard to picture as la coach it feels like Pete Carroll is the perfect right USC coach right. They're about as far apart as you can get. What did Pete make of coach? Oh He loved him. One of the really really stunning quotes that I got in doing. This was Pete Essentially said when coach. Oh left he got hired to coach at Ole Miss Because because they you know. USC is the peak of its power in two thousand and four Ole Miss Decides will. Let's get a little bit of that southern cal magic and bring it out here and and Pete Carroll said it just was not the same at USC. After azure on left it was at Osha Ron who knew all the recruits were who built relationships CBS. Who made kids excited about coming to play at USC? And who kept that excitement going for years and when he left it was still USC EH but without some of that heart and soul after being the defensive line coach at USC COCO gets a shot at being a head. Coach at Ole Miss. How did that go for him? It was a rude awakening for him. He was let go after three years as the Ole Miss Coach. But if you hear him talk about it now and you hear other folks talk about that experience experience. It's funny because I think it's very much true of both of the coaches that are in this national championship. Game is that failure has really been a lot of ways their great teacher. You're not there's no menu on how to be coach so I went on there as defensive. Line coach swatted work. You have to coach the team different had to be a CEO treat players. Let the players know that you care about them number one and number two to have the knowledge to get him to both of those guys Dabo and owed Ron have done a wonderful job. Understanding understanding why they failed learning lessons from it surrounding themselves with better people and putting those people in a position to be successful you can see see the energy appreciation. That coach has because of those experiences. Now So in Twenty Fifteen David coach Oh fired he goes to LSU fulfilling his destiny and becoming a d line coach there her then a year later their head coach. Les Miles is fired and head becomes the interim coach Les Miles to hire me. Here is the place that always is wanted to be a feel that the time that I spent at USC as an interim head coach allow me to to be a better coach at Lsu and the worst time to be the head coach and have a lot of success. What were the expectations at the time? Not much there was talk about Jimbo Fisher there at the time that maybe they'd be able to hire him Tom. Herman was another guy dipped. People were talking about. Maybe maybe it'll be able to hire him. And around the sort of the option option of last resort in people's minds but inside the program there were I think a lot more people who saw it. Who got what he was talking about it? Don't no matter who they play where they tell us to play. We come in and we kind of laughed that he's in the perfect place right because he is but that being the perfect place him being the perfect person for that job is why he's got it he gets it. He understands that program through and through and I think that was ultimately what convinced convinced Joel Lever the ad at the time we don't need to bring in some big guy from outside because we got the right guy right here. Uh How do you think that sort of understanding of LSU's identity factored into coz recruiting style. He's recruiting success. Obviously one of my favorite quotes that he gave before the Peach Bowl people are asking him about recruiting Louisiana and he said I'm going to be about eighteen. Eighteen to twenty two homes next week. So that means about eighteen to twenty two grumbles so the food is probably a big part of it. I don't I don't know if it's the only part of it but it is a big part of what he does. If your goal is to get the local guys the kids in Louisiana Hannah who would lay down and died a win at Lsu. Eddo she gets that because he was that guy he doesn't have to give you the car salesman pitcher and why you WanNa complain. LSU He has driven that car a lot of miles and he knows everything about it and he knows exactly why it fits you. David you mentioned that Co is obviously evolved a lot over the years. He's no longer that young guy going out to bars and getting in trouble but it still seems pretty similar in some ways now. Yeah I mean I think at the end of the day. The energy and enthusiasm comes through. That had one player. Tell me about how the Friday night before games. They'll gather in the hotel and they have a team meeting. And does Ron comes in to try and get them hyped up for. He walks in the room with two red bull's rips off his t shirt and shotguns. Both Red Bulls and by that time didn't matter what he said after that. Everybody is so hyped up. Because they're crazy coach just shotgun to red bull's With his shirt off and and these are the stories. This is the guys on the current team. This isn't like great anecdotes from back in the day. Like that's who he is. He is again willing to do anything to win. Football Games and to get his players players excited about winning. Football Games will be legend of coach. Oh grow in Louisiana Hannah if he wins on Monday I'd say they'll build a statue to him. I don't know if that's enough to like represent what that would mean to the community there because it look. I mean it's one thing to take a team that everybody loves and win but it means something to them that it's their guy I championship with. All the great state of Louisiana. We fought very hard every game to win every game which we did to be able to play in the national championship. Every ship is going to be staying in Louisiana. I'll players and not just the local guy but the local guy that everybody the else kicked to the curb and thought wasn't good enough. People don't really appreciate coach for his success. But I think it's the failures and the personality and and all that comes with it that makes the story so good at has made him so so easily embraced all right David before I let you go. I'm going to do my best coach. Oh then you're gonna do your vest couch. Oh okay all right. Let's do it. Let's do try to put them back into it talkers. Those pretty good. You got the Rasping as to which really worked. The thing that I have found is the key to get the real like level of of like so you call it is Ron. And you're expecting him to kind of be surprised that you called him but instead he kind of startles you so so this is this. Is that every time. This is everybody's impression of when they call coach owes. Hey that's exactly this level of like my God did I. I didn't mean to call you. I'm sorry.
"escalona" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"escalona" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And it was with this same coach in Scotland and it was this same group of players or something similar to it. How is that different than than it is now other than the fact that it's a friendly? Well, you can suggest, well, maybe the pressure ramps up for Venezuela all the pressure fried, and Deena. So because if Venezuela goes on to lose to DNA, well, you take if you're Venezuela, you like, look we had an opportunity here against Tina, and we missed it and you go on with it. If Dana loses Venice, then Escalona Myers. Well, not even go home. He might as well just packed his bags and take care. Forget about it. He's not the national team coach any longer. And then what does that do in terms of ramification? For unit messy with the national team this version of the Argentina, national team and the structure of Argentina soccer as it is it feels like it's messy keeping everything together, if he's gone, then what happens with the rest, you mentioned. It's his birthday today. Happy birthday as their thirty two Canova an old, Louis von not particularly complimentary about him or indeed name. Oh, when it comes contribution the club team sit back this is this name are messy. I like them as individual players team plans. I think Messi should ask himself how it is possible. The is not wanna champions for so long. I think Messi is also responsible for what is happening in Barcelona. Not only the coach plays a substantial part of responsibility for happens with the team. They have a staff of thirty players and I think messing must adapt to the team and not the other way round Guadiana did play messy for the benefit that same. But the last coaches have adapted too much too. Messy instead of protecting the team spirit. That is the most imp-. Portent. That's why Boston lost in the semifinals phone L against Liverpool. If that's a true team spirit at the highest level. This result is impossible even in the champion's league. It is inconceivable that bossa will lose by that difference with players they have point guard. Well, I don't think he's got a point about. I mean, you'd always going to try and stop geo team around you star about earn your star who has retirement. I don't know if goes a season for the period, van Gaal mentioned. I think what he says. She's another statement from run gal says..
"escalona" Discussed on Build Business Acumen Podcast
"I personally use it every single day of using it for well over a year in absolutely love it on, then we have the glasses always cleaner which is kind of a ubiquitous cleaner that works on electric devices as well as glass, and so you know what? What we're also educating around is this idea that you do not be cupboard of fifty cleaners, you can simply have four and you don't need to store jugs and jugs and jugs of. Chemicals near home when you can just have these little refills in your kitchen drawer. And so we're really telling a story around simplicity, taking the clutter out of cleaning taking the confusion out of the category. Only simply using four products. They happen to be non oxygen body. Great of all, and that's how we built the company. And that's what we do. It's all about transparency and simplicity. And look, could we have charged more for specialty stainless steel cleaner. Absolutely. So we are products, just give you an example, our products are three dollars and seventy five cents for a twenty seven outs product, a specialty cleaner a single seal specialty cleaner trades at around nine dollars for twenty seven ounces. So from a business perspective, we would make a lot more money. If we propagated the idea of specialty cleaners are needed. So the idea that you need us thing steel cleaner, you need a cap a special cleaner for granted because you can make a lot more money. But instead, what we chose is to. Effectively be more transparent to be honest with consumers have discussion around. Here's what you really need, and we're gonna give you the dirty secret thirty secret is you only need four products. The dirty secret is that nontoxic products, actually work and the other secret is you're being overcharged, because they're shipping water, and you're actually hurting the planet while you're doing. And that's part of our what we do. I I've against Britain just the shit on a stay of. Will is just it's just Britain, a fantastic and launching in, in, in the UK is a great artist and much of you. In the first so in the first week. So when we first launched the company we had visitors from one hundred twenty different countries all via word of mouth, all organic. I would say the number one customer service inquiry that came in that first week by fall. I, I don't know the exact number, but let's poll thirty percent was from individuals in the UK asking for the product to be the Yuka. So we know we know that. An and by the way, our, our standard reply is the US's lot Messier than we thought. Once we clean up the US we're going to clean up the UK but, you know, we get some hilarious responses back because I'll tell you what people you have a phenomenal sense of humor. And I think our brand, I just can't wait to introduce brand over there, because when you do go to our site. You'll see we love humor, you let our personalities through. But yeah I mean about wanna say about thirty percent of the inbound that, that kind of that first week was, please come the UK and it's continued every single day. We average about thirty to forty unique countries all through word of mouth on an UK is constantly up there, obviously, with people like you with origins, so deep, and, you know, the, the lineage, that goes back. And the royalty that is. That's what my dad moved to. He ran away from America. Fifty years ago, something like yeah. Like fifty. Yeah. So, so I. Email. I think you know, it's, it's, it's, it's an important market. And I think it's a market that really that really understands need the thing if think differently about products while I think consumers are actually sick of having the wool pulled over there is on night. Not of just just not knowing United not ready one annot. Yeah. Goes into things choice ability, you know all these things that used to be like hippy Tom's. They would like it was like some smelly guy with like long had didn't have a job is to moan about. Unite Rousseau's things. But now it's kind of it's totally changed now and it's in it's ready mainstream it's mainstream because people. Yeah. There's no pride in spraying. A toxic cleaner in not being able to read, I, I don't know anyone who thinks that, that's being tough for a it, it, it's I think we're just we're much smarter as, as consumers I think, we, we are asking the right questions. I think food system is in other category. We need Escalona questions about. So look you know, it's I love it. I love everything about it. And I, I am so appreciative of, of people like you who take the time to help our people like need tell the story and I think that, you know, not only is it about storytelling about making sure that people understand how they as individuals can make a difference. But it's also reminding people that when you work with anyone, whether it's when you're walking in the tube or when you're going to a dinner when you interact with people humid's and. They're having a tough day or they're going through something in their life, and you need to understand that people are just people. And so when you're running a company when you're interacting with the business remember, there's a human on the other side. And so our goal should really be create much better human connections, create much better products for people for real people who actually use them in. So that's kind of what we're here to do. And some super prix should've of, of you kind of supporting this, and helping us spread the word that's gonna be great United. This should get in front of people. So how, how do people check out your website? Yeah. So, so we're on Truman's dot com to our U N, A N, S dot com. So true dot com is where you learn all about us, and we've got great information on there. You can read all about the products. I invite people to read every bit of it because there's some really funny lines and some of the lines are buried, and you actually have to find them, and we did that intention. Alie cool. I'm so my co founder and chief marketing officer loves to kind of hide really funny things within sites in so I invite people to, to check that out but yeah. Truman dot com. Then you can you can find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and really stay connected. Now, we're, we're going to be out talking a lot on this year about supply chain. So we'll be in different cities on in on on April twenty second. I'm we're going to be out sharing a great story with another brand on Earth Day in that brand is, is doing a lot to support US manufacturing report. Ring with them. So we're gonna be visible. We're going to be hopefully out in front meeting, a lot of people in person. And but with love any support and same connected at Truman's dot com. Very cool. Well, thank yous been it's been rude. Interesting. Yeah. Thanks so much. I love it. Thanks so much for listening, please subscribe, and wherever you prefer, share with your friends. And if you enjoyed the show, drops review on, I tunes wherever you listen..
"escalona" Discussed on Reveal
"To move hundreds of his honeybee hives into almond fields near Chico California trees were in blossom in pollination season was about to start. It takes thirty billion B's trucked in from all over the country. Pollinate California's one million acres of almond trees lot of Cameron's Bs one would it boxes in a staging area about thirty miles from his house. He'd been there to check on them a couple of days before everything seemed normal but around seven in the morning his phone rang. It was an employee in charge of moving the bees. And I got a call San the bees aren't here at first Cameron was just confused then he got a hunch. He hopped into his truck. And when he got to his site. He saw it'd been cleaned out shoes. Two hundred. Forty hives, and and they stolen all you all the tracks and tire marks. And and. I mean, there's not a whole lot. You can do except phone sheriff make Bush port past there wasn't much of the way of evidence. But Cameron did notice that the thieves at used special forklift designed for moving hives. They would have needed protection to be suits. There was one conclusion there there beekeepers it put it another way dirtbags weeks went by and Cameron started hearing from fellow beekeepers across California, the stories were all the same hundreds of hive stolen in separate incidents over several months. It was beginning to look like the largest be heist. Anyone had ever seen maybe the largest in US history reveals by Dunkin I heard about the story a couple years ago and has been following it as it's developed. He tells us how beefs have gone from a niche problem to a major opportunity for criminals to understand what would motivate someone to steal so many hives. You first have to understand the value of bees, especially. In california. And especially right now to do that. I meet up with Denise Qualls an almond orchard near Escalona about ninety miles east of San Francisco. She's shuffles through the trunk of her Mercedes and comes up with a pile. Be suits were. These painting wants that's power my house there. She puts on a pink one that looks brand new. She hands me a plain white one. It's heavy duty. Why don't we throw this one in that way? You've got the full blown feel of it. Because I sometimes you don't know what the Beezer like, and they'll sting you to be sued him their genes. So let's try that can Denise is a B broker a sort of intermediary between beekeepers and almond farmers. She's been in business for fifteen years. She helps manage the logistical challenges of transporting billions of bees into California's orchards today, she's doing a hive inspection with a farmer named Carl van fleet Carlin. Denise walked me through rows and rows of almond trees each one dotted with light pink blossoms..
"escalona" Discussed on Anime Dine In Podcast
"Hi, selena. Welcome to the show. I'm so glad you're happy to, I'm so glad and happy that you're able to come on today. How are you doing? I'm doing pretty good. Good good. That's good to hear. So the first thing that I wanna get into today for, for this episode is talk about what you're currently watching or reading. So typically, I ask people what they're currently watching, but I know that you're more of a manga slight novel reader, which we'll get into later on. But so, yeah, what are you currently into? Right now. I am watching juggling a couple of anime very very slowly. Degray man Hallo is one of them planet with insane giant robot anime, that was fun, the violet ever garden on Netflix and soon, fruits basket. Once it's available to everybody on crunchy. Real. Yeah. Okay, cool. So the actually the two shows that you've mentioned, fruits, basket and degree men. I know those are two series that I've actually haven't really gone into, but I have some friends that I really into both. So I know degree man with this new season. They. It was kind of a revival or a continuation from a long hiatus. I believe. Yeah. Was a continuation 'cause after a hundred three episodes on the original release want us. It was one hundred three they kinda ran out of source material coz Hoshino sunset. Keeps going on hiatus for long. Periods of time. Like it came back last year after a wanna say, like five or six years, we all thought it was dead. And then suddenly there was new manga, and we were all excited. So they with animate. So that's so that's with the manga or with the anime or both. Kind of with both because the manga was quiet for a long time, and then it came back and then the enemy was very quiet from, I don't remember when the original ended late two thousands, I want to say and then suddenly, there was a trailer for Hallo and everyone freaked out. It's interesting that the. That the animate didn't go the filler out like you would get with, like Naruto and bleach. And all that insists that they stopped that didn't do any filler options in wait. For more Maga come out was that something that you expected or where you find with the way that it's going now. I was kind of find that they skip the filler because the original series with the hundred and three episodes. There was a lot of filler in that too, and some time line adjustments like they. A couple two or three parters that were in the original series, where actually light novels that took place before the manga series actually happened. And then they brought them in later and put them in the time later. So like at the beginning of the series win. Kanda is back from a mission kind injured and really angry at everybody. And then Allan shows up. That was actually in the anime the when they went to the village with the witches. That happened before Alan got to the order, and that was the mission. Kanda had just come back from. So. There. There's a lot of filler in the original. And I think when the original anime ended Hoshino had just started a two year hiatus, so and without any idea when it was going to come back. I don't think they wanted to keep going with the anime and just spin their wheels for alternative. Look, they hit a decent stopping point or the hundred and three episode original. Oh. Okay. So did you feel the same way about? What was the other one that just came out a fruits basket? So actually did for did fruits basket. I actually haven't watched her really know much about it. So did that actually end? And then recontinue it whereas it kind of the same story as. While the I understand for its Bessette because I have not seen the new one yet it's still crunchy roll premium and I don't have the time to make a premium membership worth my while. I totally understand that. So from the way I understand it, it's a reboot, so they're starting over from the beginning, again the original animate it wench for awhile. I don't remember there being much filler there might have been a little bit of it, but they covered. Up to a certain point. And then it just kind of left off without really resolving anything. It was a decent ending, like if they had made another season which might be what they were originally planning to do. They could have continued. But without long it's been. I think they're probably smart move to just reboot and redo. Yes, probably get like the hunter x hunter hunter hundred treatment maybe. That. So are you looking forward to seeing the new, the new reboot of that or you just kinda like just kind of waiting it out to see how other people are taking it or? I'm really excited for the new fruits basket. I like when classic series I grew on, especially when they were that good fruits basket. There's a reason it was the number one selling manga or at least show. Joe manga in the US for awhile there on it's, it's really good one. So the fact that new generation of anime fans will get to experience fruits, basket in the flashing new animation style, because it looks very different from the original, it's gonna be interesting for me to see which art style, I prefer. But. It. It's nice to see it getting rebooted, so new people can experience. What was kind of a Corey anime when it came out in the US, everybody had seen fruits basket back then pretty much. Yeah. Cool, and I know like like I said, the I have some a lot of friends that are into that and looking forward to seeing this new reboot. So this might be my unity to go and jump into the series, as well, as I know nothing about it. So just be going into a blank slate and. As you said, you know, it was one of the top items for a good while. So it'll be interesting to see. How this new resurgence of that show comes about. And of course, all the new swag of looking forward to that, too. Oh, yeah. Merch, of course, all of them are. So are you are you more of a of a physical cut like home-video collect type of person? Or do you go after that, as well as keychains t shirts and all that other stuff? I have a couple of DVD's series of the things I really, really liked, like I recently bought the Escalona box set with the, the, the old dub on it, the, the old. I think it's the old band. I release I found that at a convention last weekend. And I have I have a couple things on DVD not a whole lot anymore with streaming? But I, I liked the plus she's, especially of the non human characters, so I have I have a Kyo and Damani g and a, a Yuki and sugary plush of the mall. So. They were kind of my first anime loot. Yeah. When did you start collecting enemy merits or when did you come from point to just like watching consuming the stories into being like into being more like a more of in-depth fan like starting started collecting that kind of stuff? I started collecting before I knew really would animate was, I had to have all of the sailor moon stuff. So I had like five or six sailor moon t shirts back in the day, I have a I find it rather amusing a, an a an official reproduction cell of sailor moon that I'm going proud of even though it's maybe worth a dollar. You know, if it's something that you like then it's priceless. Oh, yeah. So I've collected a lot of sailor moon stuff back in the day. And I still have a lot of it, but the stuff I collected as anime stuff that I actually knew what anime was and went to conventions and stuff for it is probably I have a grungy from dot hack. And the that was probably the first of the plush toys, I bought and. I don't even know where you'd go to find those, I don't know either because I saw them a couple years after that. And then they disappeared and you can't find hack stuff anymore. But and I got the Yuki and kill at the that same convention back in. Oh man. Was it two thousand three two thousand four. It's been a while. What's yours is that? That. Kyo and Yuki are from its basket. The cat in the rat. Okay. Okay. Well, cool. Are you a so long with all that getting Birch and everything are you a wall scroll type of person? I had a couple of wall scrolls over the years, and I have a whole bunch of posters. I need to put those up at some point in my house. My walls are bare, but I've been with aiding till I repeat. Yeah, I have a bunch of wall scrolls, the posters and things. So I got like a sailor moon. Wall scroll from back in the day, back in L, mentally school. When I didn't know what anime was. And I have Degray man one or I had, I think I sold that one, and I have a wall, scroll from black cat. Ooh. Wow. Yeah. You really don't hear about black at these days. It's a shame because that was the original anime I don't think they'd rebuild it because I think the original animate rating much covered. Everything that was in the manga up with a couple Tien-lin changes to try and up, shrink the timeline because manga I wanna say it's like two years after the, the events that kinda got it all started is where the manga actually ins, I don't wanna spoil too much 'cause what gets trained in friends as bounty, hunters, at the start of the manga, you kinda know that already in the animated that moment doesn't happen for like five or six episodes. Okay. So just kind of by the way, you can you can spoil stuff in here. That's fine. I'll just say in the intro. What the spoilers are so spoiled. It's by. Yes. So the, the manga takes place, two years after cya is murdered. And it's, it's kind of mentioned briefly in the manga until they go into it much later. But in the anime where it starts train is still in a Sassan and then after five six episodes, cya dies in brutally murdered poor, poor woman. Few was awesome, though. She she fought back pretty good to the end. She he decided to take up her sweeper lifestyle. The bounty hunter thing to ultimately catch her killer. Who he knew who it was just he needed to find creed. And think it was greed, I'm blanking on his name. Yeah. It's, it's been quite a while for me. I haven't. Red at any of the manga for black cat. But I did watch the anime well back and to be honest. The only thing I remember are those like me sex that he carries on his jacket. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The meat buns. Yeah. And like that was just the silliest thing. I do remember though. I did really enjoy the story in the series. So that might have to go back and watch type of thing. I have a box that for that somewhere. I need to find it now. I really want to rewatch it. Yeah. I think actually I don't own it. But I think my dad actually have that I'll have to go and see if I can get it from him and watch that. Of. So one of the things that I wanted to get into really quick is, and this goes back to the merchant stuff. What was the last convention? You went to I went to Anna marathon last weekend. Oh, where's that? Up in bowling green. It's a now it's a two day one, but that it's a college convention. It's two days, ten dollars to get in it. It's a nice little Khan, and it's kinda surprising. How many people are there who remember the old stuff, which is why I enjoy going so much because I've, I've joked with people that I have forgotten more anime than young animated fans. These days have ever watched. Yeah. Those type of conventions are really nice. There's one called neon con-. That's really cool. That, that one's a lot of fun. Yeah, yeah. It's, it's, it's, it's nice and you get a lot of unique. See a lot of unique stuff like you said, people that, like will know some of the older stuff, and remembers, black cat, for example. Right. Exactly. Exactly. Although I mean I don't know. Actually, the only person that I that I've seen that actually knows of black cat. So yeah, it's, it's rare. So some other stuff that I wanted to get into as some of your favorite series, I know we talked about a couple of them, but a couple that I wanted to talk about specifically was to series that I have heard of, but never actually watched until you had put it on put it on the list, and that is Princess Tutu and ancient maga- Smith's bride. So the first one I wanted to go into was Princess Tutu's. So how did you discover this show? I think Princess Tutu. I found that one at a convention, I wanna say that was one, I had seen in a viewing room back in the day, conventions use to have rooms that just had anime because there wasn't an easy way to stream it back then the only way to really watch. Your anime legally anyway, was to. To go and buy the DVD. So a lot of the conventions had rooms where they would just show, the first DVD or however many episodes of different animates that you could get a taste for it. And see if you actually wanted to spend the sixty dollars or whatever it costs to get the couple of DVD's. So that was how I discovered that one, I, I was promised magical girl, fairy tale, ballet anime. And I'm a big dork for all three of those things. That is what got me started watching it, and the characters kept me hooked. Okay. Yeah. That was one of. So I mean, I've seen a bunch of anime..
"escalona" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is a giant warehouse. It's owned by logistics company, called S pack it mostly handles parts for Ford engine plant just up the road. And right now, it's hyperactivity. I'm watching forklifts going back and forth, people packing up pallets. But you know, it's not as busy as it was even just six months ago. I I'm Bob Williams. I've been working for us for the last ten years. Williams says shipments of the Ford plant on which the warehouse depends have been falling in recent months that plant makes engines for Jaguar landrover, but the contract wraps up at the end of the year playoffs are expected and Ford is warned that if the u k leaves the with no deal it would be catastrophic. The Ford plant in bridge is getting smaller lots bone to have an impact on me thing that automotive in this area. UK's auto industry is struggling with big problems demand. For diesel cars in Europe has plunged since the Volkswagen. Mission scandal sales in China, a fallen seven straight months has a lot of who owns s pack says uncertainty around Brexit only makes things worse. Fear about Betsy. And a lot of a lot of different things happening the ultimate if industry British automotive supply chains deeply integrated with Europe. But after Brexit parts, traveling back and forth could face tariffs. There are less than three weeks to go before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU yet. No one has any idea. What Brexit will look like Escalona has been reaching out to other businesses, which is e commerce to diversify. But we need to constantly adapting to situations. We need constantly be reinventing ourselves we enjoy, you know, fifteen years of growth, and we have not to start all over. Again. We will do it. The Welsh auto industry, which.
"escalona" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Probably ninety percent block. That's kind of awful. It's horrible. All right. Okay. Those we answered that when pretty good Wade pilling asks have all the new platforms like podcast Facebook pages. Webinars helped create more wonderful content invoices or have they created more wannabe experts masquerading as influencers in thirties. So very loaded question, which I would expect nothing less from Wade. Of course, I have to say that. I'm if I have to go one way or the other. I think it's I think it's a overwhelming good do. I think there's a lot of people that are trying to come into the space and take advantage. Hell you like crazy like, I think that's totally real. But, but I also think overwhelmingly you do have to just use your judgment, right? You just have to use your judgement, and in frankly, reputation means something so like if I mean, ask your friends with they've experienced with this. I I mean when you think about how many different people are teaching sleep right now, sleep dentistry and airway dentistry and stuff like that. Or or medical billing, or you know, they're they're everywhere. And so I do think it's important that that you kind of. I don't know just just be wary Escalona questions that sort of thing because because you know, there's a lot of people that basically came out of nowhere teams like in. So it's it's worth checking out. I know you have opinions on this feel free to not answer. If you don't want to. Yeah. I mean, I mean hell look at us. Like we kinda came out of nowhere. We did. We also we also don't claim to be stuff that we aren't though I will say that. I mean, the only the only claim I make is is a recovering drug addicts. I make that claim pretty solidly that's about it. But I've always said that an even teaching classes through the years, I've said that they are probably people that are sitting on the audience who would probably be better suited to be up on stage and our superintendent, and no no stuff that would rock assault. So I mean, I do think that the democratization of it all and some of these people being able to get up on stage and have a platform to speak. I think is really good. I think there's a lot of smart people out there. And I think that think about ways things in different ways that haven't been considered before. And I think that's really awesome for the for the profession on the other hand. I think that there are people that are trying to use this. To get a quick fix. And and to profit off this without trying to really give any given information that's new or innovative out there. And you know, I don't want somebody that's taken that goes out and takes office, management course. And it turns around teaches office management to people because you know, why go take somebody else's content and put it back out there. You know? I think I think what's good about us. I don't have like pats on the back. But we're honest, you know, I don't I don't know a lot of stuff. I'm curious. I liked to learn about this stuff. So I think that's what people engage with. I love learning about all these new things. And I think that's cool that that people can learn about these new things. But yeah, I think it's a double edged sword year really careful out there from and if you learn something somebody good, that's great. But what the question questions, what makes an expert? And I think I think. Presenting. Well is great. But you gotta have the goods to you. Gotta have the knowledge base. You know what I'm saying? And that's that's important. So in some ways, you have to trust the people that you know, this person. That's that's the story. What's what's your experience? And and a lot of the stuff to is is talking about like student loan debt and the stat nothing. It's it's it's an emotional process. You know, you bet it's it's a it's a business experience. You know, you can talk to somebody about the the factuality of this interest rate in this at no thing, but it's an emotional experience to be under that type of pressure and to to feel that way and in and less you've been in a situation where you really have that stress. I've been in a situation where I've always gone bankrupt. Several times the stress is just it's crushing, you know. And and you down in there, and you feel like you are never ever ever going to get out of that hole. And it's it's it's. It's a very big emotional part to it. And if somebody is teaching you are trying to guide you in that, they don't recognize the emotional portion of that God had it along there, man. Yeah. They they just need to get out of the way you've got to you've got to get over that first before you can get out and start thinking in a practical manner. It just doesn't work that way. Yeah. I mean, you said a lot there you really did. Because. I remember how overwhelming it was when I first realized that I owned my own business. I didn't know anything about like even the very basics of running a business. Like like, I walked into that one not knowing you know, that is an overwhelming feeling and you add that I mean, I didn't have any kind of student at compared to what what people have now like you add all those things together. And it is literally it's an emotional crushing blow in and you. I totally agree. If someone who has an ever really experienced or have been around people that are going through this. I think you're right, man. I think I think everything you said is exactly right. And see that a lot in these groups, and I see people
"escalona" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"All right. So I know I know the Twitter's were jumping over the weekend. There was a bunch of big new stories with the climate change. You know, the climate report being the biggest Friday news dump peace, and that's devastating and Trump's it'll bleed. Yeah. But the good thing is that even though it was intended to be a Friday holiday news known. Everybody was reporting on it. Everybody is talking about it. And they're also talking about how it was intended to be a Friday right in news. So easy blew it doesn't even matter the way blew it. They did this. They released it a month early to do it in in news, dump style. But what they didn't realize because there's nothing going on a holiday weekend. Everybody covered this story. So it got more coverage than it probably would have if they had waited until December. When it was originally supposed to come out. Because they're idiot. Yes. They are say it with me everybody there. Idiots. Okay. Well, starting with a CBS tweet that I just opened up the article for interior secretary. Ryan Zinke cleared in Utah monument. Pro what an internal watchdog cleared Zinke of wrongdoing following a complaint that he redrew the boundaries of a national monument in Utah to benefit a state lawmaker and political ally the interior department's office of inspector general said it found no evidence that Zinke gave a veteran gave veterans state Representative Mike Noel or Noel preferential treatment in shrinking the boundaries of Utah's grand staircase Escalona national monument. Oh. That really pisses me off who who cleared him who who who interior department office of inspector general. All right. So, you know, yeah. Ryan Zinke who's got his own personal flag. That flies over the department of the interior when he's in the office when he's out of the building the flag is down. Maybe he just needs to be reminded that he's actually there. It's a whole big White House of idiots. Yeah. Paul Waldman today. He's quoting over Matt visor who is with the Washington Post and met visor said, quote, how does he fit in with Mississippi? How does he fit in President Trump on Mike Espy, pardon me for saying president, by the way, m Paul Waldman said what could he passably be referring to? Well, I guess we'll never know for sure yet. Mike Espy's, you know, forebears is his relatives were slaves in Mississippi. He's from Mississippi Donald Trump. How do you wind up in Mississippi? Oh, I get it not much in the brain area. Not saying that people in Mississippi are stupid, just you know, the inbred ones. Well, I personally know people who've in Mississippi who are really good liberals and really wonderful people. And I've really I feel for them. How I could not stand to live in a place that is so racist and so red and can either my goodness rate song, by the way by Bob Dylan on the time out of mind album called Mississippi to great sign has nothing to you know, better than the state. I've been hearing it in my head for the last few days while it is this racist going on today's election day, by the way, if you're in Mississippi vote, yes, only if you're a democrat though. I said this. This is a tweet from me. But it's because I was what was this about? I was watching Craig Melvin show on MSNBC. You know, because I'm in California. I'm three hours behind breaking news on the west on the east coast. Yep. So I have to watch as I read, you know, I read tweets and headlines, and you name it. I spend my whole the first three hours of my day doing nothing but catching up now. I I do watch Craig Melvin. And I watch shows that I don't particularly like just to do that. Well, Craig Melvin reported quote, this is a quote from Giuliani. Okay. This just to talking about the Manafort Assange connection, and he said, quote, this is unequivocally phase fake news. I am told that's the quote that Craig Melvin broke into his own show to report which is the stupidest waste of time. Because one Giuliani said it he lies for Trump all the time too. He was the word fake news. So basically Craig Melvin was passing along fake news meme right and three I am told. Well, of course, it was Trump told right on it. Yeah. Yeah. I'm not a big Craig Melvin fan. No, Now. I'm I'm not not either. either. I wish I were. Because I'm I'm remember a time where I used to like him more..
"escalona" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I'll say sitting asking Toyota for one where you gone Zion, Bryce green Kenya. The typical I've done these. But she actually. Not we're not going quite that far grand staircase. Escalona zion. Bryce, we're going to stay at the almond Jiri for couple of days, you'll have place. Do this place is so baller. The Land Rover the twenty thirteen Range Rover launch was at this place. It's like what is it like to be you like those plays? It's hidden in the desert. It's ridiculous. It's just so far in the middle of nowhere. And they've really hidden it amongst these rocks. And it's all architecture, all and crazy. And is there is there a hotel here? This video hasn't really shown much of it. Here's the look at that as pretty RAD you live the dream. So do you. Yeah. But I don't stay out to Mullah blast. I stayed a best western bull. I could stay in a best western but impress my lady. Yes. You could stay at a summer as verbs on. I don't I only go up there for a couple of weeks. You have a car that lives there forever. But it's worth like three grand. That's true. It's the biggest piece of crap car that has ever existed, but oh your career to it. That is true. It is at land landrover Cape Cod right now getting the very tail end of the carmax warranty. Because God you still have warranty expires December six of this year. So like Chaib more weeks, everything that's what we're doing. Okay. But it doesn't need all that much because I've already you've already you whole other car. Yeah. There's no we replaced the transfer case your is lynyrd standard of landrovers. There are no original members. The body. Everything else has been totally replaced, redone. So funny pieces shit. Yeah. It's a terrible car. I'll tell you when this air goes out this time, we're doing springs or mex- pay for it. It's one thing when I have to pay for it like a grand a corner, it's over fuck. How many times it going out? I think I've had six different areas. It's bench replacement but a couple six six six corners. So like one to the rear is only gone once each time, but the fronts a couple of fried done three in front, right? It's like come on front, right or front left, whichever one. But yeah. One headlights. He goes out. Yeah. Which means I'm going to have to do it again. And then then we can springs fucking crazy. I think then you ditch the car. No, what am I going to do? I don't have another option. Get get your three grand. And by four hundred now, I need to tell you. So you is the new Lakers are good. You know, what the problem with any landcruisers, the adaptive cruise control doesn't work under twenty miles an hour. Now. Really? Yeah. Which is like an old school adaptive cruise off at least acting. Yeah. It beats. And then you're you take over in my Mercedes. It's it goes all the way down zero. So I can sit in bumper to bumper. Like when I'm coming back from Orange County after filming of bumble, that's not not ever talked to the pedal. Yeah. That's what you want. That's what you want. I sat him one of those nightmare sandiego traffic jams in the.
"escalona" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Is this just a way of getting her to do everything during side guests? Well worth it. I have to playing for twenty three hours. But that twenty four th hour. Wow, five minutes twenty four hour. Here we go. Well, I was thinking I've had so much knee pain in the past, and I haven't been having it at all except for which is weird when it rains or it's like kind of that. That weather and I'm thinking, wow, I don't know. I know that you're paying goes away also, but I wonder if it has to do because I was like, well, I ride my bike. I wonder if that's helping. Because ever since I've been riding on a regular basis, it hasn't been hurting, which is weird. So maybe like I'm putting muscle between what my joints have to do and what you know. Dr. Yup, definitely. But then I'm thinking keys, no matter how much he doesn't work out or does work out. He's always in good shape, but you're height, you gotta carry all that on your knees in the brain to always grow. And I'd take, you know the information. They suggested cycling to me after I broke my ankle because they were like, you need to lose weight because it's more stress on your knee and your ankle. But my I have mental in my ankle and it'll after it rains or as draining or whatever aids like it'll throb an, I don't know what it is. I'm like, did you heed their warnings? Yeah, like ama- and I was like, great. This is perfect. No, because I hate this was also like pre soul cycle and all that stuff. This was years ago. So when they said that I was like, great. I'll go to the gym in like, do the bike. And at that point I'm like looking over and I'm just smack dab in between like two six year old men like barely peddling, and I'm like, yeah, I can't do this. So I'm falling apart? No, no, I've never. I mean, I've I'll try to do a bike, but I can't do it by outside because I can't fair. We're in New York again right now, like it last time I was on a bike. I bike into the back of a parked Escalade. That's a, I'm not making that up. I was we and And I'm. I'm at the shore and you drink and you game, and then you bike to the bars. You get a DUI and get pulled over on a bike, which thank God, I didn't, but it's not biking. It's drinking that pushed you into that Escalona. Oh, it was absolute because I wasn't that drunk. I mean, I got on the bike, but it was absolutely. I was like, and there were these two kids that were like younger, the teenagers on those twenty two. And they were like, you're going slow. And I was like, I'm like, it's fine. And my friends like a block away and they like kinda wove in and out. And that's when I was like, okay, stop. And then I was like, ooh, that was good. And then I was like, I'm out. I just like went right in the back of. Wow, you got bullied. It was in the side of my body too, and I was to tan to see the bruises until I started to lose my tan and I was like, what the fuck are these yellow marks. It was like the end of a huge body, bruise. Coordinated. I am. Sorry that that's funny. Of course, doctor recommended today that I get on by can drive off a cliff. They're not even try and I'll do. I'll give anything go take these rocks, put them in your pocket, walk into the East River new much hurts because you've medal inside, you win it rains. I know what's going on with wolverine is he crying all the time? I like, am I supposed to be super here. Maybe. Covering cries when it rains that idea by the way, I didn't mean to bring up being in love. When I'm looking at your social media and you dating cetera, that was Rueda me policy. That's okay. Was ask. Oh yeah, no, you can use dating if you're using really, really heavy quotes and then there's that asterik next to it..
"escalona" Discussed on Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby
"So i would like to thank all of those at wrote in his week with your questions and for those of you have answered my emails escalona about yourselves i love hearing your stories and i'm hoping net sometime soon bills to are bringing you guys are onto the podcast to share your stories as well to have carl and bradford both riding in about their b c four thirty six h peace now i know this rate is a bit of a monster and trust me it can be tamed so carl was looking for the best way to set up his radio the best way to do it is used the out of the box software that is included with these scanner it's called sentinel if you can't get a copy off his skin i believe was on yesterday card which you can go to the union website and you can download a copy of sentinel now bradford's question was some liberal the same but he's looking to create his own in his put his own frequencies in using sentinel and that is possible which you need to do is create a new favorite's list and then you can go into the preferences menu and create your groups in you systems and start adding in manually 9'0 it's a little bit arcadia do that way one of the ways that i like to do it is by using thirdparty software from beutel you can find the software for this and the beauty website but if you would prefer to use my affiliate link and again i would make a very small commission if you use this link you can go to scanner school dot com slash beutel that's b u t e l or bravo uniform tango echo all ema.
"escalona" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"One now back to pat gray on the believes radio network to below nine hundred thirty three 93 is that correct the doctors the director of dr strange has called christians greedy racists will tell you about that it's always it's always nice air more criticism of an entire group of people that it's it's okay because he he's criticizing christians there's no other group of people you could be all with while it's at white men white man and christians in say whatever you want any other group of people nope completely out of bounds stuck to alex and utah alex you're on the blaze high if that was gone doing good good i want to talk about the bears ears trump's coming over here southern utah over the escalona he's a downsizing the bears the ears okay the is that landed national park area but national monument yeah it's not national arc if the monument you just can't do anything on the land well the federal government has taken at over you know how has the players how big is the bears ears amok to there without even though i i'm not sure i think they kinda group him but there's about there's millions of acres brought up or louise parker.
"escalona" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"I think it probably help us a little but there's a lot of uh you know pesticides i would say they use a lot of herbicides but there's a lotta weeds on my guy watterson of act does i know escalona plastic explosive event we love golf but it's we we understand it's not the greenest thing you could do with your time while he got pissed off because he likes to run malcolm nuance to run and he was running around in bring would and couldn't run along this one beautiful boulevard without like having to be in this awful dirt that's right up against traffic because of the concertina and barbed wire protecting this big private golf course that it turns out is heavily subsidised by the taxpayers ruin you might ask how could that be how could there be robert well go to revisionist history dot com forward slash season the home and listen is it being heavily subsidised today or was it heavily subsidized to be built even more subsidized today than in the past because it is absolutely nauseating i don't i don't play on private golf courses but my guess is the public golf courses the municipals our auto heavily subsidised where an algiers but of a male mostly both of us just play local public courses he's not a private golf club member or or flare so the only time uh i've ever seen him on a private golf course is would be like a charity tournament where he pays an exorbitant amount of money for all of his friends to play golf with them uh for a for a good cause and we do that a couple of times year but you know what.