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"genero" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Saturday is Valley Highs Look to reach 1 10 to 1 17 each day through next week. I'm ABC 15 meteorologist Iris M. O. C. Guerrero. Ford is 82 degrees in Glendale. Genero was my definition of compassionate, hard working as a civil servant. 27 year old Phoenix Police officer Genero New Left a lasting impression on his squad. Sergeant Dan Tom Co. Says he had the privilege of being officer new supervisor for the past five months. He always had a positive attitude never complained. Even when I asked him to do jobs no one wanted to do. I knew that I could ask him to do anything and he would take care of it. No complaints, no arguments, and it would be done. Well. I could count on had an emotional ceremony officer knew was laid to rest yesterday, was killed two weeks ago by a red light runner. Those who knew him described him as a proud uncle. A man of integrity, humble and caring. We're now hearing from Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Pen Zone after his own office released a report showing that over the past eight years Traffic stops of Hispanic drivers by M. C. S so are more likely to last longer than stops of white drivers we have to determine is why is that a current northern legitimate factors? How often does translation or other factors due to a traffic stop come into play pens on towns. Arizona's morning news. He's not aware of any cases where there was any indication of biased policing by his deputies. Arizona vote. The audit of America to county election keeps drawing national ATTENTION State lawmakers from Virginia and Colorado are the latest to visit the Veterans Memorial Coliseum where the audit is happening. Audit liaison Can Bennett tells me these out of state visitors are interested as most of the country seems to be about what's going on in Arizona, and they're trying to learn How we're doing this to see if they could do something similar. Already. We've seen lawmakers visit from several states including Pennsylvania, Alaska and Georgia. They have been very impressed with the level of structure and quality control that's going on here. Griselda Soutine. Okay to our news, Arizona's attorney general wants to be your next U. S senator expect Mark Brnovich to tout his record of consumer and voter protection in his race for Mark Kelly's Senate seat, but Ali political experts. Dan Barnes doesn't count on average voters to remember much of Brnovic's record. For better or worse, voters. Forget Butters respond to messages. It's a new day. There are new issues. It's not an automatic, but it is a positive ID rather be Mark Brnovich, then, perhaps someone with absolutely zero name ID and we did talk to Stan Barnes this morning on Arizona's Morning news, we'll hear more about Our conversation with him coming up in.
Houston-area detention officer's family recovering after home engulfed in flames
"Of Harris County Sheriff's Office Detention officer is almost a total loss Genero on me. Well, tales are TV partner Channel two that he got the word when he was driving home from work that his home was on fire. Once I got here, I noticed that It was a lot of smoke and of pretty much engulfed in flames. So I knew then that I probably way had probably lost everything and us A family of four has set up a go fund me page to try to put their lives back together.
Mayweather paying for Floyd's funeral services
"Lettered Ellerbee CEO of Mayweather promotions telling ESPN that Floyd Mayweather has been in touch with George Floyd's family and is offered to pay for Floyd's funeral set for next week in Houston the family has accepted the offer back in twenty eleven may weather cover the funeral expenses of former boxer genero Hernandez who died of cancer Mayweather defeated Hernandez to win his first title back in nineteen ninety eight right bro A. B. C. news
Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo
"Following a rising attacks on civilians allegedly committed by the Allied Democratic Forces or ATF armed I group into eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC coupled with attacks against Ebola workers and independent assessment of the UN peacekeeping response by the MONUC mission was established last December the independent assessment found that in the months of November and December alone. More than two hundred sixty civilians. Mainly women and children were killed by presumed ADF combatants in brutal attacks mostly at night it also conclude that protecting acting civilians in Beni territory requires a comprehensive UN response Lieutenant. General cuddles Albert Shan't crews will lead the assessment team gene was at U N headquarters in New York on Monday to brief the Security Council in told you and uses Monica Rayleigh. That's armed groups. Main agenda is criminal is not political. We we had to talk to the Security Council to explain the main conclusions have reports and concluded is on the Lee structure that we need to change to in order to have more operational activities in the mission mainly connected connected to the intelligence system and the professional control in the idea of banning in the east of phone. What do you have? Groups like. Eighty F- other armed groups which are the main challenges. And how do you suggest to tackle them. And these groups have in that region they are armed groups but they are as well. I kind of organized crime because the control many illegal business and across the borders with the neighbor neighboring countries and It's very difficult to have some operations against them because they don't all have political agenda they have a Criminal behavior is going to do something. Based on your report I think so because is the chief of GPO hero commended. The the United Nations to prepare one action plan in order to establish the practical measures to implement the recommendations. We haven't report and last question you were therefore for a while Now we have a new General taking over also Brazilian. Would you recommend something to him in this next month. In order to help to tackle the insecurity We they had A coincidence because Genero is here during this week we had to pursue to talk but not there to make recommendation because general exit officer Brazil selected one of the best one and And then I think he will be successful successful in the mission and this also he was also trained by you in the past. He was a student in the preparatory school. And I was a captain them and then a because I'm eleven years older than the general and then he's a new generation from ski officer and fantastic generation. We have in Brazil.
Architect of Mexico’s War on Kingpins Accused of Taking Bribes From Cartel
"A former Mexican minister of public security has been arrested in the United States on drug trafficking conspiracy charges Genaro Garcia Luna is accused of allowing the center lower cartel to operate freely there in exchange for millions of dollars in bribes not a toughie crew ports genero Garcia Luna has been accused of abusing his position of public trust to help the Sinaloa cartel at the direction of its leader at the time the notorious drug lord Joaquin el Chapo gruesome on several former high ranking members of the cartel have testified about the bribes including raise some bada who said on at least two occasions that he personally delivered briefcases containing between three to five million dollars to Mr
"genero" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"I dot com episodes and our footnote knows where we link off to the information that we talked about in today's episode wells the Song we've right out on miles beated this track has this guy M._s. doom and with but with clams casino producing <hes> yeah it's just something really cool <hes> but this this is this is J._J.. So this is with M. F. Doom and this other producer Genero giral <hes> but this is like the clams casino version of track on that album which called book feet okay yeah and if you like I mean if you listen to get up early. Sap Rocky claims productions all over that stuff he likes to like flip like in which and he hell yeah. It's really it's out there but yeah this is just tracks for Tuesday. You know <hes> all right. We'll the daily Zeitgeist production of iheartradio for more podcast from my heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows <hes> we're gonNA ride out on that song we will be back tomorrow because his daily podcast and we will talk to you know holy the Dow or Moly habits of the Gobi bring them up to speed slowly on the low key. kindles is Phony D.. J. Stale see the world shades of gray scale right there in black and white protected the chain mail today's Day maze away to see a system to my little metal. The total love them over sensitive young awesome stuff can't sit still focus the Thomas do enough enough for more of the streets Kim. I get a dollar. I'm Dana Schwartz and I'm the host of noble blood a new history podcast from iheartradio in Aaron Minke that focuses on the stories of some of history's most fascinating royals the.
"genero" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Right back into the thing. And then I settled up, and then we left, and we never discussed it. So. Let's talk to you about it. So to be fair. My sister has a genetic mutation finished predisposition for for this kind of hatred. But she's like, I don't know. I don't know. And I was like well hold on. I try to put myself in people's positions. Like Brian said, like if the supermarket there's a picture your sister. Like what you walk up to it. And try to. Out is he gonna make an appearance here is friends with cartoonist green grows like what's going on. And she went. It was like an advertisement for something. And then she paused for long time. And she went cheese has something to do with cheese. And I was like I trying to think of what cheese I'm selling cheese. It's an advertisement for that to panga, Safeway or something. I'm like, I had no idea what your time out. And she's like cheese. I kind of cheese and I went oh, precious cheese, precious cheeses, a sponsor of the Sanjin aero fast. And it was probably welcome. This engineer picture me picture top Jimmy Lasorda, you know, pretty ascertainable. If you're standing front of a six cardboard said September. You know, whatever it was an advertisement for San Genero with the big, and I've have seen it. Now the colors and the banners of talian flag or whatever. So then at some point the table the conversation table, turn to San Genero. It was like what what what is when you mean, you're you're having a parade. You're the grand marshal like oh. And then I got that's when it happened. I been the bid on the bait. I should have said, I don't know ask Jimmy. Where's the meek crap I'm package? But instead I bet a bit. Gotcha. I said, well, you know, this is a big festival. Jimmy. I do every year thousands of people come up, and I realize they're not gonna they're gonna think some sort of money making enterprise and blame me or something. And I go we give scholarships. We've tons of skyway that kid the kid show. Good. We auctioned the money off the money goes to the scholarship we help a lot of kids. And we the money right back kids, and my grandmother just yelled, she's blurted out. Oh god. I gotta oh sorry. Yeah. She's burnt out. Jon Bon Jovi gave a million dollars to Katrina relief. She saw getting a little a little grandiose. Turn to her because she's a jersey No way. way. She's she's ever heard of a Bon Jovi song. But she did see on the news earlier that day, and she was obviously panicking like oh my gosh. Going on about philanthropic endeavors. What do we do? And then she just jumped in and threw that out in everyone on the table bit on that they all turn to her and one what a million dollars for Katrina relief. And then we went right down the Jovi row..
"genero" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"That thing about that story as I say to people all the time with everything which is it's really not about you recalling it or not if somebody had that recollection in you don't have that recollection. You can assume it happened. It's important to that. You might not have that recollection. But you will sort of take their word for it. And even if it's a coin, it's something is not verifiable or provable. You just go. That's right. That was exciting. And there's all the way to say. No, yes, they're like, oh my God. I forgot about that. When was there? How do you go all my God? Did that happen? Now. She was just now. And it's really saying, no more talk for you. That's really what it is. Like, we shall not. And it it totally works. Totally works like my sister didn't continue on about. Michael Jackson press the issue. You got to move on. Now, you remember where you were the bubble, blah, blah, blah. It's so funny because I always think about that famous birthday meal Sanjin ERO one, which is is the years where on it. Just sounds more insane. But the person that said, no to my sister's mom, Helen when I got baited into some some some discussion at a table about the San Genero feast, which I never brought up with my family or had any discussion except for my sister. My sister's sort of the Queen of the question Mark insult. She'll do a lot of like people don't realize people think insults. Are like, hey, you put some weight onto you look fat like a straightforward insult..
"genero" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And that's the problem with life is is so awful. We're trying to get other people to notice us when in reality the best way to get somebody to notice you support them. Yeah. Right. That's that's what separates the mature musician from the immature musician is the fact that the mature musician is perfectly happy serving the song and serving only the song and not doing drum solos through every bit of the song. Basically playing like in a look at me fashion as opposed to being a team player and being an ensemble player. Right. Right. So that that's going to be a big part of a now. So one of the things we said before the break we were talking a little bit about change, right? And getting people to. Deal with changes kind of a tough thing. Because you know, we want things to remain Calvin Coolidge who was the quote on persistence. You were wondering what I was doing over here works. Hey, man, how you talk and you do something at the same time. You're multitasking is nothing in the world can take place. A persistence talents talent will not nothing's more common than unsuccessful, man talent genius. Will not unrewarded genius is almost a proverb education will not the world is full of educated derelict's. There we go. Persistence and determination, a loner omnipotent and basically. That's that's it. Persistence fan. Let me interrupt and persistence is another word for ten acidy. Yes. And tenacity happens to be the tea in my acronym. That's that engulfs my presentation called beets which stands for belief enthusiasm attitude to nasty. Yeah service. Yeah. Your attitude determines your altitude. And so many people have lousy attitudes, right? Why they're in the gutter. That's right. Yes. So so often, so okay. So you're dealing with somebody that has had they've got some thrown at you got a company that has been old school forever. And all of a sudden, they're just thrust into the twenty first century and they've got to change their business model. Right. And how do you get them to change what has been working for so long? Well, you get them to change what has been working for so long giving them the idea and telling them that what's been working so long is not going to be working any longer that. If you stay with that same old business model, you're going to be running. You're going to be like the Edsel where are you going to be outdated and people are going to run right past. You realize that change is growth and change is a challenge that everybody should undertake to make them a better person to learn from an experienced. And to grow as a as a personnel may be difficult. It's risky. It's risky, but it's better than complacency. And it's better than stagnation to me. Because that's that's basically, my belief is. Taking a music musician in the music business. If you're not adaptable to change, your knee, and you're in the wrong business because change happens almost momentarily change can happen onstage with something a piece of gear breaks, and you have to you know, or someone forgets to lira to a song, and you have to run an audible, and the, you know, the was or piece of technology, your laptop Br shuts down or freezes up when you have to queue the next song or whatever, right. You know, planning to go on a road trip and planning your life about a tour. That's supposed to start. Let's say in April and March fifteen tour gets pulled because the record doesn't sell, you know. So you have to be adaptable to change in the music business. Nothing stays the same. You know, you look you look around at fashion you look around at at. You know, people that you look around at companies, I'm a company like blockbuster comes into a into my mind, they sell in videotapes or whatever. Right. And then all of a sudden is streaming and the internet and just think of the amount of change that the internet has brought into our lives. So so what do you think about this? I had a friend of mine put it this way. He's always trying to reinvent himself. In other words, make himself obsolete. Do you ever think that way? I never actually thought of it precisely in that way, make myself obsolete. Well, let me explain what I mean by those. Let's see how you respond to this. So what he would say is he would look around. And he said, okay. Here's what I do for a living. And how can I be replaced, and he would literally figure out a way that he could replace himself. Right. So it wasn't that he was going to become obsolete. But he was so on the front of the cutting edge of everything that he was figuring out. How how would somebody knock me off my perch, see now that kind of thinking is very forward thinking, and that kind of thinking is is preparation for the future. In other words, she thinking how what what are the possibilities that I can be replaced, and why would I be replaced, and you do things in order to prevent that. Or to grow. Are there questions that people can ask themselves that you think of in terms of? Okay. I am doing this. And if somebody is working with me, here's what would frustrate them about working with me because here's what I do. Those types of things I think about a lot of times. I I, you know, I went through this one of the major evolutions of change in the music business came in the eighties with the computers were starting to happen. Electronics drain drum machines. Yes. All right. So that period. When I when I started in the sixties, everything was live demos will live. Everybody was in the same thing. All of a sudden in the eighties early eighties drum machines happen. Yeah. And a lot of drummers shunned dick. No, I'm not going to be replaced by a machine I'm not going to be. Well, I wrote an article nineteen eighty-five sometime in nineteen eighty-five. I wrote an article for modern drummer magazine called approaching the scary monster, the scary monster being drum machines and replacement well for very for for a lot of people. They thought it was daughter who's going to be replacing them and initially the drum machine did replace a lot of drummers. But then a came came back into it went all the way to the left of every record being your, you know, you think of Eurythmics even Cindy Lauper is first record was mostly drum machine. But then it came back to the middle where drummers were asked to play along with drummer. Yes. Fast forward to two thousand eighteen there's country acts. Country acts that the drummer every song, I'm not gonna mention names because I know a lot of germs that play with famous ver- household name country acts they play with the drum machines. You're or what a musician would call the lock with it. Yeah. Click track you need to play. And so what I did when I prepped my students every one of my students, I prepped them and say if you don't play with a metronome, which is a basic form of a drum machine because he drum machine keeps very strict clock. Like time a metronome is a simple bare bones version of that where just sick a like a clock ticking in different tempos play along with that. Because nowadays. It used to be where records which are done with withdraw machines or partially drum machines slash live. And then it became where more commercials with done. Withdraw machines. Then it became where disco artists were using some machine like samples sequences live, and then it became where where where bands were flying in quote unquote, alive like a horns section sound or percussion sounds, but they are all linked to time. Okay. So if we look at this, lemme, lemme lemme take a parallel modern parallel where a lot of people are scared right now. And this is something you've got to keep in the back of your mind. If you look out at what's going on around the world. There was a whole documentary on China, and what they were doing is showing how they had literally factories of hundreds and hundreds of employees that are being replaced by one employee and bunch of robots and what you've gotta do is. You've got to think about what could replace me. And what would be my position in the future? You might be fixing the robot. It might not be a bad idea to go to school. Right for robot. See you adapted to it. And that's a perfect example of how you adapt to the change that is coming look around and don't stick your head in the sand because you're just gonna get a lot of dirt in your hair. Listening to the investor coaching show, Mr. San Genero Hindi's website, essay N, D Y, G E N N A R O dot com. And he does a lot of speaking to corporate groups, and and talking about taking the music world, and how to apply some of the lessons from that into the corporate world. So let's talk more right after this on the things that companies should be thinking about and the things that you teach in that particular atmosphere to make somebody a little bit more successful and make their company more successful. So that they can go into the future now with all this fear. But maybe with a sense of hey, purpose. Maybe we got something we could accomplish here. And maybe we can be on the cutting edge rather than on the cutting block Winkler. Thank you. Thank you. We'll be back right after super when's the last time you checked.
"genero" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Are back fear coaching show. Because my good friend. San Genero is hanging out here with me in the studio today. Got no financial planning degrees. But you know, he does have quite the knowledge of just success. Because here's a guy that's done it and worked with Joan Jett and Bo Diddley as Cindy Lauper. And you know, as Pat Travers, lots of different folks, playing at music at a high level, and you know, you you don't realize you don't think about it. But when you're in the music business, you've got a lot of competition. You better have your stuff together. You better know, what you're doing better know, how to bring something to the table that people want, you know, I did a little research on what are the what are the chances of someone? Let's say when they see the Beatles on TV in nineteen sixty four. And there are a lot of those and they wanna play an instrument. Right. Anybody that picks up an instrument regardless of what it is. What are the chances of them making a living? Not for a long period of time. Just at for any window to be able to sustain themselves playing a musical instrument and the result that I found online. Yeah. Was that it was one in a million? And if you're charismatic, and you're tenacious in your effort, and you have a great work ethic. It's two in a million, wait a minute. Now. What gymnastics I thought I thought I thought. Whoa. Who was what was it? What you're Wilson. That said that. Oh, I can't remember the quote now, it's something like. Having intelligence, they're all kinds of intelligent derelict's and tenacity or persistence is the quote, persistence is everything. So you're saying that it's even more than that. It's even yes. And but so let's let's try to fathom in our fathers reaches of our imagination. What is the possibility of someone making a living for fifty three years just playing and teaching music off the charts? Yeah. Yeah. It's gotta be low. I can't imagine one in ten million. I don't know. What is sitting here of Sydney, I'm the one. Here it the one. Well, for for me, there's so much that you can learn from the music world and the translates over because music is a conversation between instrumentalists, and what your job is as the drummer has always been to make other people sound good. I think a lot about that. And it's also a conversation between the people that make the music and the people that are listening to the music. Yes. Yeah. Well, it could be a one way conversation. But sure sure, but I often think about that. So so many times what happens with people with playing instruments is they look at me. Look at me. Look at me look at me, and they don't realize it. Now, it's really about look at the other people, and my job is to disappear and make you look good, which is so the opposite of human nature. Right. I don't wanna do that. I want meat. Look good. I want to be the person that stands out..
"genero" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"This and this management staff the relationship between the management staff in the rank and file treat, the janitor. The same way you treat the CEO, and you know, everybody has a purpose everybody. Whether you're the janitor, or the CEO your your role in that company, or in that job is vital and very very important. Yeah. Yeah. It is. I live with the button the bible says that it says that the that we are to esteem others more highly than ourselves. And you know, so often what happens is that upside down pyramid. We think you know, because we're at the top of the pyramid that everybody else is there to support us. Right. When it's upside down pyramid. Right. That's it. That's what you guys. And it was it was the feedback Paul has been overwhelmingly positive the one one of the few negative things that I've that I've ever since negative comments pass at an evaluation, right? Was that you have to build in a bathroom break singer moment in his speech. And then another one was moisture was just a little bit too long. Because sometimes when I get when I get passionate and speak passionately about a subject, right? My little timer. Alert goes out the window. That's funny. Well, it's easy to just to get into that mode. Where you're, you know, you're giving people something that they really really need there. There are is just getting them to the point where they can receive it. Right. And they were, you know, another reason why this particular company was around so longest because they take care of their employees. You know, they make people want to get up and go to work. You know, it's not it's not take take take take take. It's you give them a stake in the company, not only a financial state. But you give them a reason for being in that company, and they and they you know, instead of punching out at minute five. Oh, my days done gone. No, they go the extra mile. So a lot of things such touched upon his employee retention had had engaging -ployees how how to you know. How to make employees think of their gig as something more than a nine to five? So what is what are some of those little hints of things that that you would say that are how do you get them to think that well, basically what this particularly using WWL Williams? Whoa. Williams welded and lick as a as an example is like they have a gym on their premises. They have daycare on their lifestyle type of a thing lifestyle. These days absolute lifestyles, really big address down Friday. Closing for example, the when I spoke they closed the whole company right down right and had every employee from the janitor. And I to the to the president of the company to a descendant of Mr. lick was there as well. So a little perks giving back, and allowing your employees to be knowledgeable of why they're doing what they do another way. Share a little bit of the company's goals, which are employee's share. You the financial spreadsheet with the accompany you know, as far as goals the goals. What goals your company has met? What are your goals for next year? The next quarter the next week the next month or whatever just incorporate the information and the goals of the company with your employees. And so it gives them a reason a reason for being as opposed to just. You put a pallet of bricks in front of somebody and say build a wall, they're going to build a wall. When one to five comes they're going to they're going to punch the clock. But if you tell them, they're building a cathedral. Okay. Why I was just gonna say the word. Why am I so why huge it's very very big. And if you tell them to build a cathedral where years from now, they can bring their kids to the cathedral and go I helped build that cathedral. They stealth go the extra mile you. Yeah. And they'll stay after five o'clock, and they'll they'll stay until the task is done, you know. Yeah. That's that's really important. You know, it's funny because I always say that sandy when it comes to investing is I can tell you what to invest in which areas of the market what asset categories and all that stuff. But you don't know why you're doing it. Right. You won't stick with it. Right. You know? So that is so true in everything with business. Why doing this? What are we doing in? You know, another thing is interesting. Do you guys ever talk about it? I see that a lot of times companies will actually bring their employees in and they will painstakingly have everybody come in and determine what is our purpose is accompanying where are we going and and have everybody input into that? Because once you get buy in from everybody. Right. What is the purpose? How how the how how we will we achieve that purpose? And why? Yeah. What problem are we solving out there? Right. What's the big problem that we're solving? So one of the things that I think we ought to hit on. I think one of the things that we ought to get into a little bit is some. So when you're when you're going in there, what is it that these people when they hire you they're going here, something we're dealing with day ever say that to Santa here's something dealing with. And how can you help solve this problem? So what are some of the problems that you've seen people in these companies have that they say, we don't know how to solve this problem. Okay. And how where would you go? Well, prior to each presentation that I gave I have a consultation with the people that hire me with the person that hired me. Now, if it's for a company or for an association, whether or convention with as many different companies involved, but this was for one company, and I asked him I said, what keeps you up at night. What what issues would you like me to address, right and? And offer suggestions on how to solve and they in this particular company. They said it's adjusting to change because of being a hard ticket company for years and years now all of a sudden everything has gone digital and everything has gone electrically and they merged with another company. Because they basically will old school spoke for but now they merged with the new school all brought all kinds of change change. So main thing they want the media chess is just thing to change. So I watch you we're gonna take a quick break. And after this break. So that that's that's gonna be kind of fun stuff to talk about because people deal with life. I if if nothing else life is constant change, they're constantly adapting to new things, and what are the attitudes that you bring to the table when it comes to change because let's face it. You try to get somebody in your life to change in a hey, we're going to be doing this differently. And there's always resistance to that. So let's do this. We'll take a quick break and be right back after this. You're listening to the investor coaching show while Winkler along with Mr. sandy Genero. Now, sandy those of you that have heard him on here before played for Joan Jett Diddley. Pat Travers, and many many many others is a drummer extraordinaire and just a good friend of mine. So figure we pick his brain today because he does a lot of speaking for companies, you can go to his website, sandy Genero. That's what the g Genero dot com. G E N G. Yeah. I I I. I thought I said J A G E N N A R O, sandy Genero. So we'll be in its sandy with why we'll be back right after when's the last time you checked.
"genero" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Let's backtrack from this for a second. If you don't believe that yesterday was in some semblance, you know, orchestrated, maybe the. Maybe like we'll feral movies, it's there's a script and skeleton, but then people just do what they want and go off script. I'm telling you in a fictional novel. Some of these details. Okay. And assassin in Miami a disgruntled player over here. Now, if I told you somebody was gonna grab an old timing, press hat and run out and tell the story of what it is we've just witnessed. Would it not sound like this? Adrian will Genero ski tweet. Adrian is credible as we've got on any subject. I want you to listen to this if I was writing a novel with this, be a paragraph in it. A lot of Minnesota players left timber, wolves practice today. Energized by Butler's performance mesmerized with him taking end of the bench players and running a table on the regulars sources said at the end, he marched out like a mic drop Butler delivered a tour to force. Marcello like micro. Point is somebody really enjoyed giving those details to woke and won't really enjoyed writing them, and I just ask you again, do you think that happens naturally, or do you think that there are some wrestling script in there on Rachel Nichols was in Minnesota ready to enter ship. Man, she flew in the moments notice Jimmy's ready to talk Jimmy's regular schedule very quickly. Right. Say scripted, right. Okay. Because obviously this was premeditated. Obviously, there's a strategic element to this. Obviously it helps them get to Miami. Are you asking? Did Jimmy come up with this on zone, or were there outside from asking? What was the meeting like among all these marketing people who are swimming around one hundred ninety million guaranteed dollars..
"genero" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Killing businesses down there. How how was it narrows? Was it full whether anybody was there. I think there's one table occupied for lunch, but I'll tell you getting out of the car there on the on the intercoastal side. It's it's not a good smell. Oh, you start. Okay. So it's all where do you where do you live? I'm in south Pasadena south Pasadena, where where's Genero say a pen is dead technically Pasa grill. You wouldn't say Saint Pete beach. It's technically pass. Okay. Pass a grille, but it's right down from the it's all the community. Strip land. And it's all got saying I'll while the mini designation. Why don't we just fancy over there? Snobby is what you mean to say, why did you see the the beach beach? Yeah. Yeah. Jamaican because I'm. If I was in Jamaica. Why would I be wearing my city of south Pasadena is about four hundred square feet? Exactly. It's just confusing as you hear. Hey, I always go Genero Saint Pete beach, and it's really Pasa grill. Both asked the post office, right whatever. So is there. A is there? A dead fish smell. Across that entire stretch of beach. Absolutely. Yeah. How pungent is it depends on the day. And actually it's been improved in the last forty eight hours. Yeah. They are there. I did get one giant bottle of for breeze. Drop it in their area..
"genero" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Reports. Nope. Good. That'd be a yes. Rockette rocket. About this from fighters documentary. I want my rock. I will come over there and slap your right? It. Slap. You silly girl. You must have really miss me. Yeah. You did. Silence speaks volumes. Right. I hear Jared. You look beautiful today. Oh. Hey, we agreed on something. Finally after four years together. Finally, come to agree, the knees, the knees, our you I'm so, well, let me ask you something. Some beautiful. Hey, hey, hey. All right now. Listen to them. We have one girl talking. You had one thing. I have many. You had one thing that I asked you to do which was to stop by the narrows on your way. Back to the states in because you pass it. No. It's a backtrack for me. Let's let's backtrack a ten minute backtrack when you're traveling Gulf boulevard. It's very slow. All right. Anytime that I can put you in front of him and prostitute your appearance. I am. I am more than welcome. More than happy to. Big ups to Marcello down at all day everyday. Yeah. No money exchanged hands today style. Stop that stop that that I I love him to death. You guys know that? And this is not just to. Genero, but it's to any kind of restaurant business that is unlucky enough to be experiencing. What's going on with this red tide situation? It was it's.
"genero" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"In some quarters somewhat, of a polarizing controversial character do you think maybe they didn't want to. Hear from you on the street fair issue because it was you not necessarily because of the issue no I I think. They were they just wanted to avoid, the issue they didn't want to. Talk about it there. May again somebody somebody or a very. Small handful, of people are connected. On this isn't enough money involved the payoff anybody big. Yeah It's it's? Not, as, in the city you. Know it's not as if we're talking. About tens or hundreds of millions of. Dollars the total revenue coming in is eight million and you divide that a among the total number of street. Fairs the money and. Look The money isn't significant We even wind. Up in the end you wind, up in the. Red you lose money the city loses money on this on this year is the city is losing money to detract from. The quality of life aside from the obviously the financial impact of having to pay overtime for all these. Police and sanitation officers I question when an era of gang violence and terrorism and an uptick in. The number, of shootings this, year a slight uptick albeit on if we really want police officers worrying about policing street fairs instead of. Actually, doing. Police, work sure sure well of course it takes a tremendous number of police to just to provide. Security. At, the parades incredible what what do you think it? The better, solution, is I mean I I don't think we can go cold Turkey and. Simply flick a switch but if you were I think you know. I, think. You, can absolutely just get rid of the only question which people should be willing to discuss the. Sport. Historical, reasons do you want to keep the San Genero? Street festival, little, Italy even though I know people who live down there and they just. Wanted to say awful And No I just get rid of. It I was just get rid of. It it. Is I think they provide very little good for the, city and it's just one. Problem one of a number of problems the city, has but this problem could be easily solved just. Ended, yeah you don't want. Them they wouldn't be. Missed if if if if if the street was if that's street you saw Just aside you talked about us that didn't exist. On, you said it was. Sixth avenue and the. Between forty seconds thirty four that's today yeah yeah if that, didn't exist Nobody. Would miss it now maybe a. Few of the vendors were selling their some. Of the veterans who were, selling their with. Miss it but no one else went all. Right and you know what I have I'm hard pressed to, disagree with you Bernie I I think you're a you're exactly. Right I will let you go to quick issues I want to pick your brain on though because you you will you've been very vocal about. This, for a long time, another issue you were really one of the first. People in the political sphere to start talking about New York? Was the decriminalization of recreational marijuana now more? And, more states. Including in our area are moving in that. Direction how are you feeling about kind of marijuana? Policy these, days are. You still. All, about. Decriminalization of recreational marijuana I don't I don't get. That involved in the anymore, I don't think. There's a need for the pass it looks. Like it's going to happen eventually anyway a lot of other, people are are are you know carrying the manor on that. Now I. Was so surprised you know with the marijuana parade this year because it was Curtis Lee were you know he's pushing it now he. Has, you've made a convert, out of him Mr. Mr. law and order I. I don't know if I come I don't think I did? I think it was his his health has, been I'm being, somewhat facetious who, could believe it courtesy look I know Romar wanted criminal station exactly, now Bernie a lot of folks they do remember you from the, incident on the subway back. In the eighties. And haven't really necessarily heard from you a lot since then aside. From, the couple of times that you. Ran for what are you. Up to these days if. Folks want to know Well I'm writing, a science paper and I retired I believe the the.
"genero" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight now we continue the conversation with food anthropologist alice sandra genero to find out the link between famous violin virtuoso niccolo pug anini and ravioli he was apparently a huge lover of food and even developed his very own recipe for ravioli which is now kept at the congress library of washington dc as known as one of the most famous violinist it was a great performer between the eighteen and nineteenth century as a matter of fact nobody could believe that behind that very skin very homily man with the blah temper that could be a good make hard because we have found a lot of letters to smile in which he really really really talk about food with great patient especially food from gin and it was really passionate about ferry napa guy is it big cheek beak rags and also with that yardley and you also left a recipe in manage sleep to that now in these at today congress either washington d c and that was food anthropologist alexandra genero tomorrow she shares with us what niccolo buginese unease ravioli recipe is all about if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me vado app this has been crave with me charlotte may on ninety eight now in the know on the go.
"genero" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today we are transported to eat dalia where we find out more about an italian dumpling they've ravioli the word ravioli stems from an old italian word ryava jerry which means to wrap the tradition was to serve vegetarian ravioli as they were mostly each and during lent when the eating of meat was prohibited traditional fillings included cheeses such as recruiter and vegetables like spinach or other pureed vegetables now that is a fog cry from the law of stuff ravioli we see today in fact historically raviolis were not luxury food we eat today they were commonly eaten by the poor who stuffed leftovers into pasta sheets to each and foreign nother meal food anthropologist alexandra denardo shares more yes is one of the most families recipes to telly and especially make down jane veget is considered the land of review all in the middle age and really had also had a great bore them sir for the survivor of the mankind because people people that county to be pieces of meat can have this small pieces not so precious in this space three chester and they can eat so they can survive in the center and so on but if you only wear poorer food and it great great great have for the humanity and that was l a sandra genero food anthropologist if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via demy vado app this has been craved with me charlotte may on nine three eight now in the know on the go.
"genero" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today we are transported to eat dalia where we find out more about an italian dumpling they've ravioli the word ravioli stems from an old italian word ryava jerry which means to wrap the tradition was to serve vegetarian reveal e as they were mostly each and during lent when the eating of meat was prohibited traditional fillings included cheeses such as recruiter and vegetables like spinach or other pureed vegetables now that is a fog cry from the law of sis stuff ravioli we see today in fact historically raviolis were not luxury food we eat today they were commonly eaten by the poor who stuffed leftovers into pasta sheets to be each and foreign nother meal food anthropologist alexandra denardo shares more yes is one of the most families recipes to tell and especially make down jane veget is considered the land of review all in the middle age and really had also had a great bore them sir for the survivor of the mankind because people pulled people that accounted be pieces of meat can have this small pieces not so precious in this space three chester and they can eat so they can survive in the center and so on but if you only wear poorer food and it great great great have before the humanity and that was sandra genero food anthropologist if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via demy video app this has been craved with me charlotte may on nine three eight now in the know on the go.
"genero" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Listening to the newsroom from the bbc world service voice will not be silenced the words one of the protesters taking part in a march in the brazilian city of rio de janeiro to remember a human rights activist shot dead last week marianna franco was a black woman from for valour in the city who surprised many when she was elected to the city council two years ago this report from andrew plants genero on sunday afternoon this the latest of several demonstrations in brazil a protest over a murder that many here believe was a targeted assassination it made headlines across brazil and around the world marielle frank was a popular local politician killed alongside had driver last wednesday shot four times in the head whoever tried to silence marielle sent a message for democracy as a poor black woman she wasn't supposed to get involved in politics we need to know who the coward was who did this i don't care about they don't mind they killed her like she was an insect just to get her out of the way but they don't realize that when they killed her it may more readily thousands will now join in the fight continue what she started a campaign for the country's poorest she spoke out against perceived police brutality in brazil's impoverished for villa districts and the government's recent decision to use the army to try to stem a rise in violence news if her killing spread it around the world on social media name tweeted millions of times had death moaned everywhere from new york to paris many here believe she was targeted because of her outspoken criticism of brazil's police and security forces officials say her death is still being investigated meanwhile campaigners say more marches planned across the country andrew plants reporting health workers employed during 'bacterial enviro outbreaks such as the ebola virus web protective suits containing ingredients that kills bacteria but these suits become less effective over time will now chemists from the university of california say they've created an ingredients that can be constantly recharged by daylight had more from professor gang soon we develop those chemicals this causes store energy when you're exposed.
"genero" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Use a gun i use a fountain pen what's the difference is putin might terms you're here a hostile takeover you grabez for some green male but she didn't expect some poison pill was going to be running around the building am i right hans bobby i'm your weight night that is a fantastic monologue of one of the greatest christmas movies ever and let me give you some facts and just people want to say it's not christmas movie uh yes it is it takes place on christmas eve and i'm doing this off the top of my head john maclean is coming in town specifically to reconcile with his wife holly genero and they're going to meet up where at the nakad told me christmas party debt and the whole idea of the bake a bank vault being open was talking about a christmas miracle yet when die hard is resolved unharmed harmed falls off the tower it's what snowing yes yeah then you have them drive them away and if i think it francs voucher let us know yet what more do you need need say christmas bully the film starts off with run him sees christmas and hollis rock pathak as i like that word the first yet yeah but i've got out i don't know why people want to argue that is a because it has action in it right like like what do you wanna means santa coming down chimneys s action is his action as far as i'm concerned since we're not talking about christmas the religious significance and everything all bets are off whether has santa in it or not for me christmas is that which is surrounded surrounds the holiday any volks precious memories i think of christmas i think of the movie die art it puts me in a good mood i like seeing it i don't think it's christmas actually christmas until i see die hard rudolf red nosed reindeer and die hard livings some people watch alf mokhele watches die hard pretty much and i say elf is a christmas movie in the same vein such as bad santer whatever it may not be a traditional christmas movie this hostages and terrorism those a christmas.
"genero" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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