19 Burst results for "Gela"
"gela" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"But every afternoon we'll give you a little extra in case you missed anything on the big show today. You're going to hear some chinchilla talk. We know it's a repeat but things are always better the second time around. This is bob and tom extra. Welcome back to the bob and tom show. Okay are we are we. We're not talking about that right care. I haven't done it yet. Can i weigh in on this one. My kids want chinchilla. You know what you have christie. I have dogs two dogs. Dogs are the perfect pet. Dogs and chinchilla. Don't mix mortal enemies. They'll get along after a while. No no no no no. I'm seeing. i'm seeing a wagging tail a cheerful dog and a dead chinchilla hanging from its mouth. I've read the book. There's a way to introduce the two. Oh hello kristie gela. Bob don't you christie walks and every day is usually says. I need somebody to complicate my life. Yeah the water of my life isn't cloudy. Could i add to make it more. You've been looking over my shoulder you can. I introduce you to walk in and go. Maybe i need a major drug habit. No i don't how about what's wrong with the little chinchilla. They're very cute. These little volcanic how long. It's taking me to get rid of that lizard. I just got rid of that lizard. Why that's the big item now because of names island because the girl in names island has this pet and bearded dragon. So when i was looking at what's wrong with you. Don't get do love it. So and bob hits the microphone with his head. I don't know why. But i just love it. Kristie when lewis..
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces new calls to resign after apology for behaviour
"Your governor, Andrew Cuomo, spending the weekend fending off sexual harassment allegations Cuomo face It's a deepening crisis. The state attorney general promises a rigorous investigation of sexual harassment claims, and some of his fellow Democrats call for his resignation. It follows a sexual harassment allegation from a second former age Charlotte Bennett, who was 25 told The New York Times. Cuomo asked repeated personal questions that left her with the impression he wanted a sexual relationship, Cuomo conceded. Some of the things he has said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation, he said, I am truly sorry about that. Momo Allies. Senators Gela Brandon Schumer supported the
"gela" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Still good bye at along at Gela, Ms. Welcome back in season and like this in the morning of my talk one of 71. I'm hoping for snow. Are you guys hoping for snow? Don honey, I can't say I every day when we don't have snow. I'm excited. Okay. It doesn't matter if I hope or not. We're going to get it where I met. Oh, what's in the forecast? How much 2 to 4. Okay. Roll with it doesn't matter. Yeah. Do you go sliding Kenny? Some will be on sledding. Don't yell sliding. No! 55. My God, No! Jesus! Oh, that would be funny to see you sledding. Okay, anyway, Televisual in Minneapolis. I lived across the right across the street from a very, very, very popular sledding. Hill s so many times when my son was, Yeah, very steep. So when my son was of the age A lot of times we'd make first tracks because we're right there right there. Oh, that's the breast and it's always fun during them during snow days, when school was canceled to see all the kids out there, just having a ball and You know the occasional broken arm or knocked out to third, whatever the parents struggling up the hill and running down to get their kid who's all mangled and beat up at the bottom of all right. That's good drama makes him so tired. We got sent a sled, so that's probably part of my excitement for it. If we got some for us, and then It's like it's like a little seat that you strap him in your soul. Just pushing down the steep hill and see what comes from down the black diamond wrote My mom. My mom just sent me out with the pizza pan was. Yeah. Yeah, that's what we used to see across the street from our house. Garbage can lids. Oh, that's the best cardboard boxes and every kind of piece of crap you could possibly imagine. And then they wouldn't take it home with him so that you know the block was lined with people's throw away garbage. Oh, that sucks. Well, unless you need one. You just grab it and go. Yeah, there's a big party for something to do. You know, there's a big driving range that has a very steep hill in in Springfield, Missouri, where I'm from, and I mean, just so many people go out there and one year Actually, I saw several times, people would take the hood of their car and put like four people on it. Oh, night, just like they didn't care about what happened to it. It was like an old beat up Honda and say And you get four guys on that going really fast, And you just don't stop. You just keep going. It's a bullet straight down. You know when I didn't I love Tol Hill ski or ski in general, but I didn't actually start doing it until eighth grade. When I moved to Minnesota. We just didn't ski before that. I don't know why. But Um, we went on a school trip and everyone else had been skiing their whole life. And I was like, Yeah, I love to ski. This is great. My very first where he said Black Diamond Kenny, my very first ski. I didn't forget the bunny Hill. Was a black diamond. Wow. Well, because everybody else was doing and I was like, Oh, well, sure I could do that. Why not? You know, fearless. I love to go fast. Like, why not? You know, I used to climb trees and jump off and, you know, try to swing the swing around the pole. You know, just just careless basically, shoot up your Achilles tendon. It didn't matter. And so I went down, but I didn't know that you're supposed to, you know, kind of zigzag as you go down, So you're not just like Straight bombing it I went straight down. Took a few kids out on the way way. No better now, but I mean, it was fun. And then we just crashed into the barrier at the bottom before you hit the chalet, you know, man. But now there's no way I would do that. You're right. But I guess I still want to slide a little bit. Maybe just to see two season and we'll pick us a nice little slope. You know? Sure. Nothing. Nothing too crazy. Does he? Is he like a cautious kid or does doesn't get scared of things easily Or is he kind of like a rough and tumble rough and tumble? If he could jump off the couch right now, he would do it. I see him. He's not he that he will use even that he thinks about it. You put him in that cage and he doesn't like it. Do you know how many times he's now? He figures he has figured out how to open the cage and get out of oy boy. Oh, yeah, He's reaching for things. He's jumping off the couch. He's Yeah, he's very Active like that, And it's tiring. Can he can open the latch know? What did you do? Did you like duct tape it on or what? How do you do? You just let him open it or how does that work? Well, now I put a chair on the other side. So it's heavy too heavy for him to push it, But, yeah, I mean, he Well, yeah. I mean, you're right. Apple tree and on hell the same way. I mean, he's energy wise. I'm like, how do you even function right now? You haven't slept at all. Oh, wow. Yeah, We're in trouble, guys. We're in big, big trouble. Just like Get last week, Tom Cruise and the crew members that he was yelling it now I heard this audio and you know I was off, so I didn't talk to you guys about it, but I was kind of like, Wow, Tom Cruise. Yet. Good job. You're in charge. You came up with these covert 19 guidelines. You're finding people who aren't social distancing or wearing a mask, So I'm not sure exactly how they were violating it, but he went off and we can't even play it because a raft bombs in there he talked about talking. If you missed it about calling studios at night insurance companies, producers, you know, trying to make these movies Hundreds of thousands of jobs people are you know he's creating that because of these movies, they're working on Mission. Impossible seven. Which, of course, is his baby as well? So he just he just went off. And I thought, Wow. Well, I guess that's boss. Man's coming out. Yeah, it's kind of surprising coming from Tom Cruise, but at the same time he's got a lot of steak. He's so either producer, right right and starring it, and, Yeah, if one person gets it Production is down for, you know, 14 days or whatever the guidelines are in that area that filming So I don't know if that was you had his takeaway, but I thought Wow. All right, Yeah. Yeah, There's a lot of people you wish you could say that, too. Yeah. I mean, we I think we all kind of said Yeah. Get over yourself. If anybody gets their feelings hurt over this just to bowl, you know, I didn't say that at all. No, I said I would have walked away. No, I don't know. You don't yell at me like that for and I don't care who you are and what's going on. If two people are violating it, you pull those two people aside and talk to him. You don't go on this stupid star field ramp like this that day, I thought it was despicable and disgusting. And if I would have been one of the people even where And if I would have been wearing a mask and I would have been there, I would have taken my mask off and walked away. Money be.
"gela" Discussed on WTVN
"Yeah, it was probably only An eighth of an inch thick, Steve, You know what my dear Steve, you made my day for calling in because I have to hang out with these two every Sunday and there's so much younger than me. I was going to ask Steve his age, but we just we just hung up with Steve. If you want to call back and let me know your age because he sounded like a young boy I know And that's why I'm kind of curious. So I'm so glad that he called and that there is someone out there who remembers the marathon bar. Alright, the other question. We want to ask you and I posted this on my Mindy Dreyer personality page on Facebook. And I wanted to know your favorite scary movie of all time. Well, as soon as I posted this, it basically exploded, and one of the first comments was the Changeling and Patty. I'm so glad that you posted that because I always talk about the changeling and like the Kayla and like Emily. They probably never heard of it because it's an older movie. I have heard of it. I'm not really her until you truly have heard of the Changeling remembers this one scene where they brought this ball out to the river out to this lake. It was something to do with being haunted, and they threw it away. And as soon as the guy drove all this way back to his mansion, don't you know that ball the same ball that he threw into the water bounced stare to stare to stay down from the top. To the bottom of the base of the floor, and I I just I love the changeling. But there's Most. He just called back. See, Steve and I are about the same age 54. There's something to do with the fifties and this marathon candy bar. All right, so a lot of people commented on their favorite scary movie and someone put Jaws. And the reason why they said Jaws is it changed a whole generation of people who were then scared of going into the ocean? I think that count. There's some truth to that. Because I remember watching that. And maybe you listening. Do you remember watching Jaws for the first time? And then you had that beach vacation? And you would maybe dip your toe into the water. I think the part that gets me in that movie is that body that pops up in the water. Oh, yeah, that's one of the scariest parts to me. But it's the anticipation and that darn music when you know he's coming like that, the thing that gets me in and someone's about to get attacked like that's what gets me in a movie, but not just that movie. Don't you think the music in any of these scary movies? That's what gets you. If you took music away from the scary movies, they wouldn't be nearly as frightening. I think they would. No way you add that music and it just has you on edge. But I would love for you guys to go to many directors, personality, Facebook, Facebook page and see someone said the 1986 movie. The Hitcher. I found this movie really suspenseful. There's so many of the birds were on here. Graham is like Rosemary's baby. Remember Rosemary's baby Do? Yeah. So I looked up on different websites to come up with The most popular, scary movies of all time, and some of them were listed as and you guys, This is not gonna be of any surprise to you. Halloween Friday. The 13th psycho conjuring. Have you heard of conjuring know my son talks about conjuring all the time, Cheryl, I'm going to take a break and go to you. What do you want to talk about on this Halloween Eve ish show? It's Franklin Gela Dracula with Frank Jet Li Angela as Dracula. It's the best Dracula ever. When was it made Cheryl back in the seventies are 80 early eighties. Yeah, but it's Dracula starring Franklin Gela was in the theaters and just wonderful. What makes it so good? I've not seen that one. So what makes it compared to the others? Um, seeing him as Dracula. You could see why the women were so charmed by him, and it was Just almost like dark shadows. But the but the movie version and you know just how handsome frankly, Angela Wass and Ah And just his charisma and how the girls were like, you know, spellbound by him. Kun's new The operator. Dracula. Oh, yeah, Sexy it out just really, really hot, hot dress. You know what Cheryl? There's something to be said about Dracula being a little bit on the hot side. I can see that. Yeah, little very alluring. And, yeah, I mean, having a bite the next who doesn't want their Necdet and frankly, Angela's eyes. I mean, so, Yeah, I know That was my I remember my girlfriend's We all went to the theaters to see it. And we were all like, Oh, my gosh. So, Yeah, we were all like stuck on frankly, Angela, Hold on. I don't want you to go anywhere because I want you to hear this. Okay? The other movies that were on the list of being the most favorite are popular, scary movies of all time. Where'd I leave off the conjuring Texas Chainsaw massacre? Saw silence of the lamb and then the overall number one and this was according to these different websites, and also on my individual mini Dreyer personality. Facebook page. There was one movie that was mentioned more than any other movie. Listen to a scene from it right now..
Vancouver Mourns The Loss Of Its Old Apple Tree
"Vancouver, Washington is mourning the loss of one of its oldest and most beloved residents finally referred to as a matriarch. She was born in 18 26, and is survived by an untold number of descendants. Last week, the city held a virtual memorial to celebrate the life of an apple tree. And as with any good memorial, it began with a love story. Here is Clark County historian Pat Gela Young British soldier was giving a party to say goodbye in London before he departed for the wilderness of Fort Vancouver. And it desert. They had an Apple in his suite Hurt, took the core of the apple and android to him and said, when you reach your home in the wilderness Should you ever think of me plant the seats? The seeds were planted. When the young lieutenant reached the frontier outpost, and over the years the tree flourished. It would have been a pretty, you know, stout, strong tree with a kind of a big bouquet of a canopy and It would've been these, you know, bright green apples. That's Brad Richardson, the executive director of the Clark County Historical Museum. He organized the well attended remembrance of Washington's oldest and most famous apple tree. This tree was the matriarch of the apple industry here in Washington state. Today, the state produces more apples than any other in the country by far But keeping the storied tree alive. The past 194 years wasn't easy, especially as Vancouver grew from the Hudson Bay trading post into a modern metropolis. The apple orchards near the fort were eventually chopped down to make way for quote progress. When the axis came for the last three standing, the community rallied behind it. You see, you know, a freeway and roads and railroads all encircling just this tiny little tree that's left on this kind of postage stamp of land. The old apple tree lived the rest of her life. They're weathering storms and bearing fruit. She lived to a ripe old age and died only after a crack appeared in her trunk. But her descendants live on thanks to the party the city threw for her. Each year. The old Apple Tree Festival would give cutting for people to basically take a little piece of the old apple tree and plant it for themselves. And those cuttings have grown into trees and now bear fruit. The wall gone, she is not for gotten the old Apple tree will continue to live on in the hearts and in the stomachs of the people of Vancouver.
"gela" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The. Tactile that was unfamiliar with the concept. The Mr. what are you up to? I have to say I was unfamiliar with it as well. Senator brand does. Congresswoman Cheney are you familiar with the tactile nuclear weapon development program. When I think that ambassador Bolton's respond. Exactly, right. I mean it. I don't know what the tactile piece it is refers to and she's clearly absolutely wrong on the low yield piece. I mean, we absolutely need those. I think it demonstrates Senator Gela ban unfamiliarity with eight eight inch deterrence and about what necessary shorts. At our adversaries recognize that it will never be in their interest. They've got low yield nuclear weapons. I do. And they understand that they can use one or threaten the use of one in a way that we would fail to respond to and it's crucially important that we we did out those, and I absolutely support direction the administration's going in and making sure we have sources available at often put out the ignorance is nuts depite being ignorant ignorant of thermodynamics, I'm ignorant of car repair. But I, but but that'd be stupid. And I just think presidential candidate should not talk about that about which they are ignorant because it always comes off very very, very, very, obviously this, however, this clip from your colleague congresswoman Alexander, you Cortez is not about ignorance, it's about an assessment of Representative Omar's commentary. That is really quite remarkable. Can we play cut thirteen of a OC?.
"gela" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"Where it was like boring as my God. I was just reading about how some somebody some journalists was advocating you have to have seventies party one time do fondue. It's weird. Jill with stuff in it. Yeah. We should do that. And they had you member. How they did this thing where like? I don't know what the hell it is the cook. It's like a mayonnaise, and then something and you put it in the fish mold yet. And would flip it over that fish mold at goodwill the other day. And I had a moment where I was like this could be mine I having. love having that moment. Where like I think I give this to them. Oh, you know, this could have been mind because I remember owning this and then giving it to the goodwill. Why did you know that your mom added? Yes, we had we also had lambs. If that was in the shape, it was a Gela one that only came out on Easter that was from my grandmother from the seventies. I'm sure and it was a shape of a lamb and you'd make jello in it. And then you flip it over. And you'd all eat the lamb jello mold on only in great night. I'm saying that's what we did. And then after we do five thousand years of that we might just go. Hey, I know let's do was Sabi flavored kid cat because we try to every frigging thing. Remember when put jello in lamb. Molds would try something new. You know, what if you are trying something new when you're getting married? You know, how you have to have something old something new? Oh, yeah. You should try Zola, which is this amazing wedding company that will do anything for love. And they're. Reinventing the wedding planning and registered registry. Experience over five hundred thousand couples of already use it. So funny. Two thousand. Yeah. That's a they're worked out kings. I'm sure they take the stress out of wedding planning..
"gela" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"We're going to drag you down into the muck west coast. Necessarily. Fifteen points beat the most talented team when the entire west coast fifteen of them things me watching that game with Michigan state, Ohio State. What's sad tragic comedy that I can save her me later finding out what happened to Cal? You a see what masculinity water man ball? What reform has been brought to the Taxol. Yeah. What man the whole damn story? Calcutta great chant, man. Yeah. You some something something till the whole damn world. This is bear territory better city in Los Angeles territory run by bears better than fires. Can they find the bears could fight fires? You know? Listen to be their job. Yeah. That was raised. Great job bears. Listen Justin Wilcox can hold USC to fourteen points. I'm pretty sure he can keep well fire from jumping wanna one too. He's Billy dammit descend that big white fellow up the gap working. That was enough to stop USA Bengal number ninety something shutdown anything this little arriving egg ad blitz is one of my favorite college football thing. Which is you know, we're gonna put a guy right over the ball. We're just going to send him to you. And he's almost going to get there. He comes burden she'll big old Carole. Bayer. Having offended oak Christians and the victims of the California wildfires where you want to go next poise. I was thinking of going to. Alabama. If we if we have to talk about them. Well, it was making t shirt it was a rough weekend for the tight. No Christians there, especially on now struggling China in Alabama clearly has unconfessed sin famous struggled to get the ball moving. Just couldn't get anything done on offense failed to punch it in at the end I know like. like like only scored twenty four points to twenty four points to his confidence is shaking advocated, the language gap from a Hawaiian to to gods. God's language Gela Gela Banff. Bem fans more before the season. They weren't. Yeah. One of our estimations, young young gun standard view that message board fan. I think somebody actually found him in feels very badly. It wasn't a joke. Yeah. He did. He felt he was like, oh, I didn't. I didn't know. Yeah. We know you didn't know dummy. He was he felt sheep. But like everyone assumed it was a joke. Every was like this was a well, everyone from outside everyone from outside the midsouth assumed it was a joke. Yeah. Yeah. Thick every that. He felt very bad about it. And he's learned a lot about Polynesian culture. Yeah. Do you think he sincerely told people? You know, I went on a journey. I watched Milano washed Moana. Yeah. A wash Hawaii five. Oh, yeah. I'll watch the wrestlemainia whereas versus stone cold. Yeah. And they're stealing each other's moods. Politics party. At least one direction. Yeah. Later. I went to Benny hana's. I know not not it's not my heart was in the right place. I went out to the lake there's a there's a little island about forty feet out learned about island culture. Linear. Turtle. Yeah. There's weird muscles everywhere. It's crazy. Turtle on the island weird muscles. Dudes. There we go. We're muscles Boston College who I'll do is lay down segues. They scored seven points. This court seven points, you all seven points that would. With a kick return day at my favorite staff from that. Halftime it was like oh dude got him on the ropes. It's thirteen seven dudes. We're gonna we're gonna put that they had twenty four yard, dude. Sylvain twenty four yard twenty four yard. Yeah. And they're back on knocked out. Yeah. And the the one score was via a white boy who is wearing a hoodie under his jersey. Which is maybe the most New England football player thing of all time. You'd have a like a hoodie. First names. Obviously, Danny what's his last name over ten years old birds. But yeah, having a hoodie if you could only wear shorts as your uniform schwarzen- like cold, weather, right? Danny seena Tanny. It's not cold. You can't see me this. Why made that punt return happened, dude or? Not really a challenge for Clemson in any sense other than they managed to slow down clemson's offense a little bit. Also, they had to go to Boston. They kept it out of the psalm..
"gela" Discussed on The Site Shed
"No project, no deal nothing to get started on. And I'm hearing all these stories about everybody that can close while. So I start kind of researching it and looking into ways to improve the closing process than ended up with a connection in the same trade, but located several hours away where they practice and they sell a lot. They sell tons of projects. I was able to get in with them and go do some onsite sales training with that. And what they were doing was essentially hard sell tax. You know, they would look in the eye and say can you afford this and glad it like that? And that's just not my style. You know, I really hate sales people not enough will salesperson by any means of be by any stretch of the imagination. So that wasn't my style. So I knew I needed to come up with something better. And at that point. I started piecing together my own system, and knowing started realizing that customers when they see the price they are naturally inclined to just say, no, they don't wanna feel like they're being sold. Okay. Got the price. Now, they're going to try to sell me and in traditional sales methods. That's what it was all about overcoming objections. Just kind of going for a close. So in the valve stem sales strategy after we get the price. We take the focus off of the. Price. And then go into telling the company story, how you know how our company came to be why we're in business why we show up to work every day. What goes on behind the scenes, and then also should the projects that are similar to the project where out there estimating at that moment to build trust. And then after that go for the clothes so rather than price close. We're going into the story trust building, which a lot of people do early on in the sales process. And then ultimately can't come back to Ben we're positioning it at the end. And I find that it's much more valuable there. It's interesting. We do a similar thing. We've we've assez process house a little bit different. I guess when we've got as such defy south process because we of the world, so we tend to we tend to deliver that case study so to scenario during the proposal size, which which does were which does what very well. And the other thing is like we want to treat it as a bit of a qualify. So we have like a. Price which is even before the south price keeps off. It's basically win. The inquiry comes in we got through a qualification process with with with lades, which makes three things first of all it. It gets the customer thinking about questions that we know answering gets him thinking a little bit Lhamo long term. And then it also brings into perspective the reality of whether or not we're going to be a good fit for Gela. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, we do the whole thing with qualifying them not everybody, you know, is a match in a fit for our company. So we do have a fairly rigorous qualification process up front and this really works though to close the deal with in home sales all the contractors out there. Listening can relate to it. You're in somebody's home fairly personal space. You're going through your working up the numbers. Now, you give them the number. How do you get from that point from once they get that number and they kind of put up this barrier. That's like don't be sold today. How do you get from that point to closing? And that's that's the point that this sales strategy really focuses on. And if you're out there listening. Certainly be qualifying customers. We all know just how expensive it is to drop what you're doing and run around giving estimates, even when you have a sales team dedicated sales team, it's still costly. And it's something that we're implementing with a about clones now as well. Especially the that do project will helping them really qualify. The conversations they're having we've laid Sar that they don't waste Tom on the coal. And even yesterday, I had a scenario way, you know, some go I. You must have a fan of articles on line or something. And he's saying this inquiry, and I said, hey, listen before we have this conversation. Just so we're on the same page. Could you feeling these foamy feel it in the form a cold him back read through the answers on these on his coding back to have the conversation? Because at that point..
"gela" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah. He is a beautiful passer. Are they everybody agrees with that? And he knows how to look off guys and let it go. He's got a quick release. And he seems pretty doggone smart back there. Also, they're big games are coming out tell everybody, you know, season. We're just one game over halfway or so and everything's to be determined. You know, who's gonna win divisions is gonna win SEC's, and and so forth. So at the halfway or look past halfway point. There's a lot of teams out there. But certainly I'll abandon looks like by far the best. But they got some big games coming. So I'm sure hell s you look forward to that one. What next week I guess would Bama on the LSU game coach big conversation this week about Devon white missing the first half. There have been call out. Call after call from LSU fans, not happy about the officiating. Some even claiming bias in the SEC office. Bring up the. LSU Florida robbery, which many have brought up can you? Can you help us understand because you coach the coach against LSU? Of course, they had the coach against you too. But was there ever a moved to change that once we went to division play? Florida LSU game. Yes, go. Yeah. Jila leva talked about it. And you know, I really sorta made sense rotate around the other division when they first did it we had all been and LSU at Florida to you know, to really pretty good rival teams. Heck when I played the sixties we've played both those guys every year, so sort of natural I guess to keep playing them. But now, we don't play Auburn at all think whatever ten years or something like that. But yeah, Gela livas said, hey, you know, how do we plan Florida every year? We ought to be playing Vanderbilt, you know, how come missive state just play Vanderbilt every year. We don't get to have had a point and sometimes life in fair. But I think that's just the way it is right now..
"gela" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"And I vividly remember going my parents and buying this bench that my parents, I remember, I'm like, oh yeah, that's where the guy we got the bench from because we, we drove past like that development one time apparently. Like, how do you, how do you know that those are we talking about I was I was there with still like literally like we got that before you were born and we bought it from him. That's before you were born. And I vividly remember being in my parents, old suburban going to pick it up with my dad's shitty trailer that it used to have and they're like, like, no, you be? Yeah, we were. You were born like after we got that. It's one of those weird things. It's such a miniscule, you fuck members? Yeah. I'm like, no. I know for a fact I was there like, you know, like you weren't even a speck in like fucking. Weird. How things getting like in your head? You know, it's real like Meg swears up and down. I've never seen her Brown. I, I could draw like I can fly. Like just just with with a fucking, give me a pin pad. I will sketch every line and curve of her buxom. I've seen it and it's like etched in my brain, like sometimes I just sit alone at night and I just fucking like, let me tell you, look at one of my fridge, buttonholes sketch megs bubble, like, you know, in the movie signs with the kids just drawing the fucking rock circles, but it's just a megs asshole. I swear. I've seen it Meg. I don't. I think what happened was we were filming one time for some reason you were naked, you tripped over something and it was just like your Brown is slow motion falling. I swear. I've seen it. I've seen your butthole now you have not. I swear in my head. I have well, you there. Was that there when that bench was bought both shit, hold onto that fantasy as long as you want Honey. It's not fantasy first off, I'm I'm gonna tell her bundles. Nice. Listen. I didn't make to some of my head. I thought, somehow it over. Remember how ever seen in Gela. Fuck. So can we see it? No God you the worst. What do we do get? He's been your friend for so long if you just like whipped out your butthole. I don't know what his reaction would be. I don't know whether he'd be like, oh. Buttler just pass out not over fucking know. Here's a fun fact. I flashed Kenny on accident. Like recently. Jumper s. my boob just one. I think it was lefty foot. You all flash eight eighty. We all live together. I was in my pyjamas and I want to go to sleep because uncomfortable ladies, you know what I'm talking about, and I was in like a crop top, like a loose crop top and sweatpants, and I don't even remember what I was doing. I was like, showing you something on my stomach or something retarded like your stomach ache and you're like, my tummy hurts and I forgot I was wearing a crop top. So I lifted my shirt up and I was like showing my stomach and just left e. popped out and he goes, whoa. Very doubt, socialist accident. It was completely. There's a chance you could have accidentally fill overnight. No, I'm going to draw it and you're going to be like, holy, fuck mirror. Would this painting just like how the fuck did this advocate..
"gela" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Self leave the military with you know these different types of you know the personality disorder and they're not being able to get you know credit christiansen project is talking about how when when the women are pushed out when the survivors are pushed out male and female they are often given dishonorable discharges oss also often given something in the record that said it was their fault that they had a pre existing personality disorder that made them somehow perceive this to be a rape or an assault colonel talk a little bit about the what actually the percentage of women who what happens to their careers when they report these sexual assaults sure sure senator so one third of women who report a sexual assault in the military are forced out of the military within seven months reporting one third and they're discharged characterization significantly lower than what the average servicemember be saves that follows them throughout the rest of our life they lose their gi bill they lose federal benefits we are in a time where this country cannot recruit enough qualified people and yet we are forcing out dedicated women who want to serve purely because they've been sexually assaulted in their command wouldn't believe him it's interesting when when when the president was aust about this issue he said this is the reason why women shouldn't be in the military because i guess that's the way you solve the issue with with the with the kamanda's deciding this once prosecution has gone through once you've found somebody guilty is is it still possible for the chain of command to eliminates that well up until a few years ago thankfully senator gela brandon some other senators got this chained changed i commander could have so many convicted of right and it is throw the conviction out and say i want that person to stay in my unit and so now that changed over time saying like you're still looking for more changes and the resistance i'm assuming has to do with the perception of being anti military how how do you try and propose something like that without seeming like you're going against the military well i think this is the most pro military bill you could have your you're on the side of servicemembers because you.
"gela" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Are two buddies came back with to our site and they're like wearing shit it was my car that was a gun where'd you get those we saw something guy we even problem when did you it was when we came back with us chicks what did they brought a bunch of chicks bag and drank all the beer the hundreds of years they brought back like a large group of girls try to get labor rally come on back to our son's a beard and it was so far away that there would probably like we walked for fucking forty minutes to get here and your offering us bud light and you're stupid phases drank all the beer and left i'm sure but like it worked out good that we were robbed because that's not that kind of ruins the experience yeah safe here with camping because i've never really done camping at a festival i know i want to i'm going to joe those okay the second and third we april we usually go third week it lands on four twenty a bunch of times really yeah sells out super fast right the way that we do it is in about a month from now or maybe even sooner they're going to announce ticket sales for the presale for gela and that's the best way to do it so you just going you can do a payment plan with prevail and for a lot of people i mean chil expensive how much for a ticket and camping is i think four thirty nine.
"gela" Discussed on Mixergy
"Right look at him dan for gela giving a punch in the air you must be excited oh yeah no i'm very happy to be working on what i really care about at last for sure the thing he really cares about pay i intelligence he's now running a business called tech emergence it's a media and market research firm in san francisco that's focused on artificial intelligence and ask them why he wants to do that and why he's so passionate about it and this whole thing is sponsored by two companies that he and i both know well the first is active campaign for sending out smart marketing automation and the second is top towel for hiring great developers but first dan side from all the niceties of being on here thank you for being here nicest cetera et cetera how did you do sell for we still signs of skill for a hair over william bucks so a million and then twelve thousand or a million well twentysomething how much of that was up front and how much of it to jeff ninety percent of trump and only one month of consulting after dunn's oh that's it and so ninety percent cash cash to the face that's about nine hundred fifty thousand dollars cash in the bank you only had to pay fifteen percent tax or something on that yeah i mean we had a broker and we had arrangements with them and we had several eagles stuff but we also had a lot of inventory that was worth a lot of money which kind of added to the plus side and so yeah i mean it was it was safely over eight hundred that kinda hit in the first wells fargo pop when we got the other hundred that's kind of hundred something that's maybe lingering lingering on its way but those guys are.
"gela" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Yeah you guys are going to go see like all the monuments legs tall likes taller men yeah how do you knew that that was below today to ted danson she dated franklin gela a lot of tall men she needed franklin gela yeah don't you have google odd couple but i'm just saying she dated franklin oh this is many years ago this type of information that i have filled up my body with instead of love we're kind of figure out what the fuck will be doing in bed man why doing i think what is probably great yeah of course yeah yeah passionate fun yes so no school bus no are you sure with someone who has their own apartment at the very least you can be a renter that's as far as i'm willing to go let's say he's independently wealthy and living on a bus like a freak no i don't want that you have just offended anyone this thing living in a bus right now no well we had we had an idea for this guy so i don't know if this will make a difference can i sell you on this at all you can try but it's not a great list so far but keep going his name is cider okay and real person no you made up this person yeah well what am i dreaming what's happening right now he's a graphic designer that's a good that's good yeah no in this bus is nice he's still living on the bus.
"gela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Who is on a hot she's the founder of something called shaman gela queuing it's based in sedona arizona like i mentioned her website is shaman gela queuing dot com is in like a shaman angel shaman djelic queuing dot com she does spirituality and energy healing selfempowerment emotional release a couple and family work visualization techniques breath work a lot of things we're going to talk about today and she's an incredibly nice person described as someone who blends the compassion and tenderness of an angel and the wisdom and strength of a shaman so you have shaman djelic see what she did there so on hotta welcome to the show thank you then what a beautiful introduction and it's good to connect with you again we certainly did have like a deep dive into seoul awakening in and it was such a pleasure to introduce you to just kind of go outside of the box to kind of explore your emotion and energy and soul awakening and emotional clearing and so powerful having you you here because you were so willing to to feel it to address you know where things are going great in your life and whether or not what could be improved and where there's opportunities to shine to be more balanced and it was just an epic journey and i love i love working with somebody like you who's who's open and willing to do the work and to explore into experience so i'm so grateful for our time together and and that you were open minded enough to try some wacky far out sedona experience which is not a mainstream offering you know dog food guy.
"gela" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Hop across the table looks like really now it's like no here it's a really weird you could see if they had introduced it sort of gradually like drink too much because he can't deal with all of this but really starts pretty early the felt that oh no oh i don't know if they were trying to say yeah i can't remember after the titular man on a swing point but there's one point where it's kind of a rough day and he's just like let's go get it it's i think it's after the the test when he thinks that he when he when he discovers that he might be lying about everything he's like yellen everybody and then he and peter masterson i go out for a beer at this this crazy club that frank perry loved like weird nightclub scenes there's a bit in diarrhea mad housewife where richard benjamin and carrie snodgrass go to a party that just happens to have alice cooper playing for for like happy yeah you would never expect a richard benjamin character to ever go to a concert let alone to an alice cooper show and they're just like people walking around that's where he that's where she meets franklin gela is that a weird alice cooper how show and this kind of feels flown in from that this is a misunderstanding of american counterculture that he knows that it's out there but he doesn't get it and like i don't know that from from what i from what they show you of everybody in town it doesn't seem like there should be a bar like that in whatever town is taking place and it will be the original crime was in ohio i could never quite get a fix them where we were supposed to be in the movie but i think the idea was every town had that place where the kids went in over the kids went to drink and that was you know or you're all scooper i guess but man some somewhere that is going to make a great connection for the kevin making game right.
"gela" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"It is a most of it is might have caches i'll yet right so they sort of mush up untreated informant in sofala what's your favorite vegan meal at the moment i wanna he looked forward to if his party die mom mom does a great aubergine curry which has delightful and then she watched mediator and tell me how much in eighteen much of it okay should just such a sit there offering while late and say you should moderation so you call it does thais knows me call fully enjoy the merger name i also in my previous days have this these lot yogurt so chile's of each other's now there's yoga soaked chalets and then they date frothy mcconnell has an obvious example vegan but one in every six was so hall the you'd have to declare itself out of the male germany so so it was sort afloat brunette with these issues police in love that guy jimmy and well look enough diploma plight down this lady forever do you drink poon's australia yeah kc can wash sat down with severe weather yes yeah i remember when i first started in stand up it wasn't vegan them but we there was a gig a may if mine got a chilly festival in broughton and for some reason i were they had such put comedy i'm all that was going on what's your tolerance level whole foods medium run so i did this gig an it when as what is you can expect to a bunch of people that didn't come for comedy that kinds of boss and like jello pay no cheese whoever anyway we is it's not gela pino's it hella color opinion bessette howler pena so anyway semi friend said samir after it on the gigging daughter miles he said there was a spare open spot in the chilly it in competition reggina sosa joe i'll give it go i'll be honest reveals a little bit cocky i thought shoreline cannot bringing is a bunch of white guys if it's going to be all right so i was so then they brought the first chile and i sentence find their second one isis fine and then this point thinking consist going to be great account this is so good and then he got to the chocolate hub a narrow our member.
"gela" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"The people in one more time to try it for free go to ziprecruitercomceo the people and now my conversation with new york state senator kerstin gela brand sooner jail ran thank you so much for joining us now apparently the people can kill now what is it like to be a senator in this context can you feel the difference now that trump is president yes it is different i am i think this time more than any other public life is more intense and i say that because uh with president trump every day is a different issue and a different outrage so whether he is attacking daca kids or whether he is banning transgender troops or whether he is saying a trying to undermine the independence of the judiciary or um no this constant undermining of department of justice the free press i mean each thing he's done is unsettling and so on the one hand on fighting really hard against the stuff the president's doing they think is bad but at the same time people in new york want me to get things done i want the country to be stronger and better and so i am constantly reaching across the aisle to try to work on bipartisan bills to make things better and so it's an intensity that doesn't stop it's just you're doing two things at once that are so different battling one and then bringing people together on the other and it's just makes a.