17 Burst results for "Gildo"

"gildo" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"gildo" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"We we get the very infamous seen the one that I think most people creative Forces would argue ears the definitive origin Of two facing that is when maroni throws the ball of acid and to harvey's face funnier enough. You just mentioned my recent reading and finishing of arlene. Yep yep they did not tear from that yeah. Different places. Still the courthouse. Not the court room just the hallway. Same exact occurrence. Fook you harvey date. Here's some acid. Yeah and like this. That's like the the one. I do really love his origin in the dark knight movie Because like it has so many fucking implications but if they could have done it in the courthouse would have been extremely powerful anyways. Yes because the house. Some guy tried to use a gun and harvey dent was like. Oh look obama's book your baretta. Yeah that is true and also we we get the scene. Here we're harvey. He flees to hospital and You know he goes down to the sewer area. Also want to call it out. Something goes to happen. Kevin flipping out the book again. I forgot this buckingham. I'm watching movie like the fuck going on. What did they become a buddy buddy cop scenario but like not cops like like i was thinking about what the focus is literally looking at the pages like no it is uncanny the same even the same like psychological monologue love that to faces having with literally a being who can't respond. Hey have you know solomon grundy. Probably thinks he's extremely eloquent in history spouses. Or that's what. I guess that's all for those of you couldn't understand because there was so so much grunge my voice born on a monday not that hard to guess it. This is only a small list of things. Maybe one would say. Seven statements all mcgrady makes. Yeah cyrus goad simon going. Just real name F why every once in a while homeys you gotta tissue self with random mass knowledgeable about. Hey that's how you stay right here Anyways so yeah he does. Eventually you know Linka with solomon grundy down in the sewers and he's able to kind of relate with solomon on a kind of a fundamental level. I do want to point out something that the movie did that. I thought was pretty clever. And that is at the fourth of july Murder this before. He puts the beat down on. That would be hit man. Yeah the the scene where. He's out there with gilda and with commissioner gordon and carmine falcone approaches and he speaks with gilda in. Oh says how you doing. Dan goes knows talking to gilda against a really another cool. Soto nod chimney was to the things that the attitude is movie being that Yeah he knows go because gildo had or she was pregnant with Alberto's kid so again. A really subtle nod something that harvey and s. the audience didn't even know about. Yeah well actually harvey. I think he did know so. Never mind the oddest didn't know i didn't in the movies cannon theories a. He didn't know.

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"gildo" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"gildo" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"It's it's fantastic. And i'm with you. I can't draw a straight line so you won't have mad an artist you know i. It's it wouldn't be fair to the artistic community. If i were in our with anybody. I i don't know i think we're close here only you. You can take a couple of more minutes if you like. Okay couple of extra minutes right now. You got it. Wow all right. Hey embarrassment of riches. So i gotta ask you what you have anything. That's on the table right now outside of this particular That we are asking. I mean yeah. There's always louis thing that. I wish i could talk about that. You know as well as i do then terrified of nda's and breaking them But i haven't been really excited. You know over the past year. I've been able to Really exciting work from my home studio some of which is already out there eden which is An original animate her netflix Gesture at least a couple of weeks ago a week ago. I'm opposite neil. Patrick harris and working with You know there's also david tenets that and there's an incredible array performances my friend. Jt carly actors wonderful But it's it's a really lovely and heartfelt thought provoking Enemies theories just four episodes on that flex And then i've been playing samantha. Maxes or the call of duty here. He's from over ten years Mostly as a little girl. But most recent iteration of call of duty cold war as samantha. Anthrax is now an adult. So i've been able to Just wild experience of growing up a character that they'd knows oh well And that's been really wonderful And there are certainly other always other things on the horizon. And i was. I must go in the most ricans volume of love death and robots some some really cool experiences and Since i just continue feel grateful. I kind of joking believe i found my way into this particular sandbox. Well thanks to. Hbo mex and their dc channel. I'm actually able to revisit. Some of your animated work in the dc universe in particular reason in particular recently silver banshee. I was just watching it the other day. Oh that's so. Great love mac. There was another great movie. Yeah really great experience. West voice director along. Halloween was also director. Of course you had to pay And that certainly had A different vibe from this project but also is wonderful. It's a right and And really fun experience over band cheese. You know quite different from gildo about voiceover play a variety of characters. Yeah absolutely well. It's been great to talk to you. Julie congratulations on this. And it's it's such a plum part for any actor. But i'm i'm glad you're doing it and i really thank you. That really means a lot. Thank you for batman the long halloween wherever you get your digital content streaming downloadable or dvd. This is tony tomato. Thanks for his bad man. And you're listening to sifi talk..

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"gildo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"gildo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Back. It is Jill on money. And as we begin this weirdo holiday season, I know a lot of you are missing the physical, the in store experience. Even though some of those experience a pretty rotten but summer so cool, you know, I remember. I did a segment a couple years back about. I think it was. I think it was Patagonia. It was either Patagonia Rory I where they built a igloo in the store, and you could try Parker's and boots on in sub zero temperatures to see how warm they were like that is a cool in store experience. You know what's not cool in store experience, basically walking through any department store in America, even the high end ones. That's not fun. It just isn't And you know, I love sex. I really do. I love sex in New York, but Half going in there. What a hassle. So anyway, we're continuing our interview with the co CEOs of Warby Parker. And in this end of the interview, we're going to conclude it with a discussion about their physical stores. How they designed them, how they lay them out and really what they're doing differently to bring a customer experience of buying glasses, buying contacts now and other things to a different level, and I think it's really interesting, so I hope you enjoy this again. We conducted this interview before the pandemic. That's why there's no mention of it, and we don't talk about masking up in their stores. Here is the conclusion of our interview with Dave Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal, the co CEOs of Warby Parker When I walked into the story, so of people that had ipads and I saw a lot of people in there, and I saw the exams that were happening, and it seemed very It is bustling. The other thing I saw in the store were books. How did this come about? When did you start putting books in your physical stores? There? Was that always the case? Yes, It's really been a core part of the brand identity since day one. There's such a tie between classes and reading and learning. And the name Warby. Parker actually comes from too early Jack Kerouac characters. So it took us six months to come up with a name that we all really liked. A time we were launching business. There were some other sites that were selling glasses online. They had names like $39 glasses dot com and direct calm and we wanted a proper name Seo the fact that we were launching a fashion brand and doing something different, and we didn't think Gildo Blumenthal really rolled off the tongue doesn't mean it's works for your marriage. But other weapons now on DSA way, spend a lot of time talking about artists are authors that represented the brand ideals that we were trying to create. Including the beat generation writers and Jack Kerouac. And, coincidentally, the New York Public Library had an exhibit on Kerouac's private journals. And so I went up to that exhibit, and he'd written about these characters with really interesting names and the two that jumped out where we'll be Pepper and Zach Parker. Andre Love those names and decided to combine the two and make it our own in since that time as we were kind of building out the brand identity in architecture, er have really incorporated literature and in books and toe kind of every aspect of the grant. I want to point out what you're missing in those stores in terms of a buck. Financial book. And you know what? Miraculously, I've written one. So I just want to pitch myself right here I've got I've got the decision makers here. So if you would like a copy of the dumb thing smart people do with their money in your actual Warby Parker physical locations. I would be delighted to do something around that. I just want to put it out. Yeah. You know what he's like. Why am I in the studio right now? On this end any time soon. What's your worst financial decision? What did you do? Did you like, buy something at the top or do something dopey When I was eight years old, I bought a food dehydrator thinking that I was going to sell dried fruits on the streets of New York with that didn't really work out which, thanks to do I just want to point that out. Oh, yeah, Like everyone needs apricots, don't they? Not of the ship, but in every day, that's when you need it. What about you, Dave? Um yes, I went to Berkeley and so you know, right in the heart of Silicon Valley, and I was a freshman and 1999, so I've kind of showed up. It seemed like everyone that was investing in anything. It was just Printing money and set up e trade account, and I didn't really have any money. And but it's pretty easy to kind of set up a margin account where I could just borrow money and I didn't really understand probably would have to pay that back. If things work out, and then the bubble burst and quickly realized that I probably shouldn't be investing things that no idea what the company's actually did. Well, thanks again, too. Dave Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal from Warby Parker. Really interesting guys, and I have to say it's so enlightening to meet with people who didn't start their lives, saying, I would like to be an entrepreneur. They just tried to solve a problem. That's kind of cool. Anyway. Let's just finish up this segment with one of your questions. This is from Timothy. Who says he heard the interview that we conducted with the trust in a state attorney last week, and so here we go, he says. My wife's parents just finished creating a trust document. With my wife and her brother as co trustees in the event of their passing. We've read the trust, and we kind of struggled to understand the legal gibberish. Should we hire our own attorneys to review the trust Doc and answer our questions or direct our questions to the firm that drafted the tough trust? Thanks in advance. Tim Tim just do it to the guys who drafted the trust. I mean, there's.

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"gildo" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"gildo" Discussed on WDRC

"Bond. Gildo Zegna bark. Maybe you listen. Here's what I want to tell you. Okay? First of all the dog is you said 14 years old, 14.5 years old. Okay, chances are the dogs sense of hearing is not the same as it used to be. That's number one. Number two. The system is not the same as it used to bait. I'll give you a prime example. Okay? I used to be able to sleep till eight or nine o'clock in the morning. Now, every morning I am up no later than four o'clock four o'clock is a late day for me. My biological clock has changed Grant that I take a nap it three in the afternoon, Virginia, But the thing that I would stress to you is that my biological clock has changed. And it's no different with our pets. As they get older. There's changes in their clock is well, maybe he has to go out a little bit more frequently. So what's the last time you take the dog out at night again? We take him out about 9 45 Okay, 9 45 and then walking him in the morning would be fine if the dog was eight years old. Seven years old, even nine or 10 but a 14 year old dog going from nine o'clock or 9 30 till the normal time in the morning is a pretty long time. So if possible, what I would recommend that you do is you can get him out a little bit later. That would be really beneficial. What also want to know is how often do you feed him? We feed him twice a day on when we've seen in about five in the morning, and it's out just before five in the evening. Okay, so that's fine. But I might try to do is you might want to give him a little bit of a feeding a little bit later. So you might want to feed him. Maybe instead of five document want to feed him in six or seven o'clock, You know football is going to make him sleep a little bit longer. But quite honestly, with a 14 year old dog. You know, I had to say goodbye to my sister last year at 16.5 years old, and he got me up towards the end the last six or eight months. And you know, three o'clock four o'clock in the morning and I would get up three or four o'clock in the morning every day to this day, just to have him back with me. So we need to take into consideration as our pets get older, so the same thing happens. With their changing behavior. Now there aren't things you know you might want to speak to you that maybe there's something to give you to help the dog sleep a little bit better, but I think at 14 years old, you have to get him out a little bit later at night. I think that's going to make the difference for you between you. But they won't like it if you don't see them. You know, around five. He'll be going up. So what you do is give them a little food at five o'clock and then giving the rest of his meal. About seven o'clock or 6 30 Don't give it to him all at one time. Sounds good. Okay, give it a shot. Yeah, give it a shot. Let me know. But I also want you to understand that the dog is 14 years old. I mean, it's it's No decided the way he hears is different. The way he smells is different. The way he sees is different. The way feels is different. There's a lot of things from this doggy dementia all time. All these things come into play, so I always say, Let's give the dog he's given us 14 years. So you know what if you have to get up a little bit early to take him for walks, so be it. But try feeding him later. I think that's going to make a difference. Let me put you on hold and I'm going to send you I'm going to send you some hemp seed oil for for calming that might help with the Digestion also make it let him sleep a little bit later, and I appreciate that phone call. A great time to give me a call. I got lots of great stuff to give away on today's show. I'll be giving away my own hugs and kisses supplements. I begin away Lucy Pet food, those amazing T shirts that say none of my friends walk upright. Copies of my behaviour books either Dog or cat, Lucy Pets, cats, incredible cat litter authors who gold emceed or like I just gave away and mushroom Max. Many of the items I give away as I said, our 25 35 40 bucks and more, So it's a great time to give me a call. I will answer your petting an animal questions and at the same time Ah, great gift will be on its way to you. The phone number here with the picture show 87772582558777258255 877725 80 to 55 That is the way to get through. As I said, everyone their calls and what gate get a great gift for their dog. You can let me take a quick break and right back to your phone calls. You know you've heard me talk about Lucy Pet food and they're amazing, prebiotic formula. But the benefits of Lucy Pepper go way beyond that. I've been feeding my guys Lucy Pet food since the beginning, and I got to tell you, Molly and really are amazing Lucy paper, it is not being fed to police departments, municipalities rescues all across the United States and Canada. I get the response in the response is what amazing product This is. So I want you to hear from Officer Danny Kass in Danny's An incredible guy. He's the head Sr que non officer Danny, I know that you've been working with police dogs for well over 20 years. And I know that dogs feel good work better, just like people do. It's common sense. But just like professional athletes, the dog you work would have to be on the top of their game. Every time they go on patrol. Your life depends on it. So with all the pet foods on the market, all the opportunities on the market. Why is it that Oxnard Police Department and so many of the police department in municipalities across the country and Canada choose to feed Lucy Pet food? And what is some of the benefits? You guys were actually singing? I've been trying different types of food for about 20 years..

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"gildo" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Three for seven. Oh it's like you didn't even try brian. This is going to mope over here in cornerman. I believe that makes the winter yep. Axel is going to nominate nate. I'm surprised axel showed up on time for the competition. We started late enough. It's okay axel is going to nominate robin williams uh-huh and gilda radner interesting all right so robin is with lauren gildo is with sabrina so you guys can pick for p._o._v. if you hand the fishbowl j. l. so who's all plane. We we have axl rose. Robin williams. I pick napoleon gilda radner napoleon tina fey tina fey and from the fishbowl steve harrington steve. Steve steve is flinging his hair round going. Yes i got picked for something yeah but he's he gets beat up does get beat up so jail you get to roll for what kind of competition we're doing the fifteen fifteen that would be intellect going to be the laura. It's going to be the i for intellect doc plus the s._c. For social. I thought that was just the line between the two maria all right excellent thirteen or fourteen fourteen fourteen robin eighteen gilda eighteen napoleon sixteen tina seventeen and steve has a thirteen so it is a tie between robin and gilda roll the dice fourteen eleven gilda takes herself off the block yep. I'm putting miss piggy and so it's up to me and on the block is miss piggy and robin williams. I am going wean with. I am going with miss piggy. He had already moved her to the side. I i almost picked robin williams robin. Why did you give me a dirty look. That's how this game is played on big brother all right head of household week number or six. Oh i've got a new person in this time. Not a.

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"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You know what very quickly. I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture. Oh well, thank you for that. Now I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is it is. Our passionate eagle shield. We're a stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue, and we find things like we built a school in Africa. It's called row. He it's an. Newkirk kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite we're over six hundred children limited dump so we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of ours. And then we also deal with home support out of Mexico where we built three homes a year. And we also build water wells through charity, water dot org. And we really loved the charity, water dot org water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can Google earth down at see the well, anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us we take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know what projects were working on? And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of so figure it's about every fifty fifty five customers equals. One water. Well, and then you'd be. Able to see by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that, that is definitely our passion. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that..

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"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Also owner of eagle shield, you know, what very quickly I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture. Oh, thank you for that. Now, I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it. It is our passionate eagle shield. We're a stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue, and we things like we built a school in Africa. It's called row. He it's an Newkirk Kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite we're over six hundred children living dump so we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of arse. And then we also deal with home support out of Mexico where we built three homes a year, and we also build water wells through charity. Water dot org, and we really loved the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can Google earth down at sea. The well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month you get the eagle. Newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on. And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of figure. It's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well, and then you'll be able to see by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely our passion. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett also.

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"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Also owner of eagle shield, you know, what very quickly I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture. Oh, thank you for that. I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is our passionate eagle shelled where stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue and we fund things like we built a school in Africa. It's called row. He it's an. Newkirk kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite were over six hundred children limited dump. So we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of arse. And then we also deal with home support out of Mexico where we build three homes a year, and we also build water wells through charity water dot org, and we really love the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can go down and see the well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month, you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on and then Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of figure. It's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well, and then you'll be able to. See by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely our passionate. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett also.

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"gildo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hillsboro, eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five eleven after six were joined by our guys at the movies guy, Kevin car and Kevin see we got four movies. I don't see any that just jump out as a comedy. That really is directly a comedy. There's there's a, yeah, there's a bunch of where do you wanna start? Would you like to start with the well there is comedy in the movie little let's talk about that one? And I'm sure there's a little bit. We can start with little, but I'm sure hell boy, there's a little you know, there's a little comedy in there. Comedy. I wouldn't overly call it. A comedy. Yeah. I like hell boy, I think that's gonna be a popular one. This one is a reboot of the hell franchise instead of having Gildo Toro directed. They've got Neil Marshall who has done some action and horror movies in the past in this one hell is trying to stop a sorceress from coming back to life and destroyed all life on earth. I I love the first to hell boy movies. I thought they really worked gamma they'll Toro in charge them really give it something special. This one is it's just not very well done. I mean, it does you're right. It does have some jokes in there does have some one liners and winks of the audience in the production design looks okay. It's just it's just kind of the the story of drive it self through. And and and it seems really even at times, and there's a lot of action to it. But sometimes it just seems the actions they're loaded with CGI to just kind of. Keeps distract Melissa look for the best one of the weekend. What would that be? Oh, gosh. Well, I would say missing link is the best one of the weekend that is an animated film by Leica, which is the stop motion animation group that stuff like Kubo in the two strings and Cora line in paranormal and the box turtles. That's the story of a Ceska watch who gets in touch with a explorer and hunter to find more of his own kind out there in the world and in his road movies of the sub likely couple and join up forces another woman who has a map to Shangri LA. So he can find some yetis. What's the sasquatch? Look like kinda like a big hairy lollipop. It's it's it's it's whimsically animated. We'll say it's it's not exactly what assess squash. Immediately, look like. But then again, you know, hey, it's comedy his voice by Cal Calvin actress. Oh perfect. That's a comedy. I'll take that else. We got out there. Little which is about a woman who is a kind of a toughest nails a bully of a CEO. And she is it gets cursing becomes fourteen again has to deal with what life throws at our them. It's it has some shoot moments to it. And it has some funny moments. The problem is the script really isn't baked well enough through. I it just kinda jumps from seem seem feels more like a sketch comedy series than actually an actual movie. And what else we got the fourth one movie called after which was not screamed, a romance of a girl goes to college and kind of be the bad boy and they have a turbulent relationship. It. It looks pretty awful to me. So I'm glad they didn't screen that one. Well, you can check them all out at your is at the movies dot com or you can follow Kevin car on Twitter at Kevin car. And kevin. We'll talk to you next week. Bring us comedy. What I can do. Call Hollywood and get a comedy comedy. Yeah. Thank you. Kevin fifteen minutes after six and let's go to the newsroom now and Chris treatment. President Trump is claiming the so-called spying that took place on his campaign was treason and no future. President should be subjected to it the president praised attorney general William bar for telling congress. He believes there was spying Barr. Says he has no proof anything illegal happened. There's a report that the White House wanted to drop off immigration detainees on the streets of San Francisco and other sanctuary cities. The Washington Post reports the Trump administration twice asked ice officials to do that. But the legal department rejected the request the newspaper claims the White House chose San Francisco because it's the home of house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the request caned during the partial government shutdown a longtime stay in space will dramatically change people's jeans. That's the result of a landmark. Twin study done by NASA. They examined to identical twins one who is in space for three hundred forty days in the other who stayed on earth. They determined space leads to weight loss and a thickening of the carotid artery on Chris Trenton, NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports from the ninety five three WD and AM six twenty sportscenter. I'm Aaron Jacobson. It was a fun first day at the Nassar's yesterday where we saw Bryce indeed Shambo and Brooks cap Kapka shoot six under for the lead. Phil Mickelson Alethia today five under and Tiger Woods shooting a seventy he sits at two under four off the lead going into day to the raise looking.

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"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture here. Oh, well, thank you for that. Now, I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is our passionate eagle shelled we're stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue, and we fun things. Like, we built a school and Africa called row. He it's an. Newkirk kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite were over six hundred children living in a dump? So we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of ours. And then we also deal with home suppo- out of Mexico. Where we build three homes a year, and we also build water wells charity water dot org, and we really loved the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can go down and see the well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month, you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on. And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of so figure it's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well, and then you'll be able to see by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely our passionate. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett.

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"gildo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Kanus AM seven ninety two sounds most stimulating talk. Thank you for hanging out three things that I think you need to know number one. We were the first reported the U of a president, rob Robbins. On the down. Low went down to the Tucson sector border patrol station to apologize to border patrol agents. We broke that yesterday. What was in the eight o'clock hour, nine o'clock hour wanna make sure that you get that. But here's the thing. I sent an Email or is he gonna make any kind of public statement. And I have not received anything. So he publicly gave us he gave a statement that did basically nothing didn't condemn the girl for attacking border patrol chased intimate verbally attacking them. But he tried very quietly to say sorry. And I support you that is weak. Trying to both ways. This is pathetic. By rob Robbins, second thing, I think you need to know. And this maybe we'll do this. Instead, this is kind of a big deal you want to know why we need the wall. Oh, baby Tucson sector border patrol agents. Apprehended a self admitted MS thirteen gang member and a man with a violent criminal history after they illegally entered our country in different events this weekend. A twenty six year old Mexican national near Calicut Zona entered illegally during processing he admitted. He's eight MS thirteen gang member that was Friday night Sunday night. A guy named Gildo Diaz Arroyo illegally later. The country was arrested. They checked his background. He's forty eight repeat offender in Phoenix convicted of sexual assault of a minor ninety eight DUI two thousand five only the wall right third thing that I think you need to know how about this. We'll keep it on this. Customs and border patrol. Put out information over the weekend. I believe.

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"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You know, what very quickly I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture here. Oh, well, thank you for that. Now, I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is our passionate eagle shelled we're stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue, and we fun things. Like, we built a school in Africa. It's called row. He it's an Nicole. Kenya? There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite we're over six hundred children living dump so we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of ours. And then we also deal with home suppo- out of Mexico where we build three homes year, and we also build water wells to charity water dot org, and we really loved the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can go down and see the well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month, you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on. And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of figure. It's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well, and then you'll be able to see. By longitude latitude in Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely our passionate. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett.

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"gildo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Of eagle shield, you know, what very quickly I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture here. Oh, well, thank you for that. Now, I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is it is our passionate eagle shield where stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue and we fund things like we built a school in Africa called row. He. It's an Newkirk Kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite. We're over six hundred children living in a dump? So we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of ours. And then we also deal with homes of hope out of Mexico where we build three homes a year, and we also build water wells to charity water dot org, and we really loved the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can go Gorth down and see the well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month, you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on. And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of some figure it's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well. And then you'll be able to see by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely are passionate. You're doing some good stuff before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett also has a.

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"gildo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"When Gildo joining us, so many things to talk to Glenn about Glenn always great to have you on been a busy couple of weeks in Louisiana from cozy extension to the saints. Whatever you wanna call it. Good afternoon robbery. That's what it was. So what I ask you. I mean, what is the level of interest in Louisiana for Sunday's Super Bowl is is there any? Well, yeah, there's there's some interest. But there's going to be a lot less people from Vienna. Watching that Super Bowl, I think I know there's a bar do Orleans Tracy's popular sports bar that's gonna be show in the Saint Super Bowl from two thousand ten. The real simple zone. And there's this big party with lots of local musicians like Kermit rough and said are having a, you know, a party during the Super Bowl that does not include the Super Bowl. So it has a lot of anger about that. You know, that was that was a historically bad call that was like the stabler holy roller back in seventy eight. But that that game was if ever since outright groan probably the most wrong when since then. Glenn interested, and I've lived in that state, but I lived in north Louisiana so much. I got a really good field. But I mean, we know LSU is the state school. And everyone loves the Tigers does the draw the saints make its way all the way through the state or or is it primarily the central to southern part of the state. I'm going gonna tell you the saints have of Archer following in Louisiana. Then LSU does really the. But that's because and this this would be true if Alabama head an NFL team, Paul. I mean, you almost have to stay a hoot Saleh Bama in the state of Alabama because they're Auburn fan. Right. Okay. That's funny. So had that in the NFL when there's just one teen in the state. You know, nobody hates the saints in Louisiana, and might be some people Shreveport their cowboy fans that, but this that's very low number whereas this people in Lafayette from U L, L and rust and from Sanitec that kind of hate LSU night, quite as much as Auburn people hate Alabama. But but you don't have that hate of an NFL team. And and that I was reminded of that again during this aftermath of the sped call, you know, you can just. Really feel holiday saying fans are on the state and felt that the Super Bowl running. And when they almost got there again in eleven, and and you know, LSU has fans out some of like, just sippy. But I don't think as much as the saints and the saints of really big on the Gulf Coast. They go to that. When I worked in mobile, and whereas those those are Alabama people there, and there's a lot of things that Jackson the city, and you know, going back to our humanity. So so the seats in in a way have have more of a following LSU. Talking to blend give really interesting some of the and I realized that the saints have had a tortured relationship with the NFL, especially Roger Goodell disco. This goes back a long way, especially to the bountygate situation. Sean Payton being suspended for a year. Did that ever die down did that ever go away? And and how how much worse is this. This probably not as well. I'd say, it's it's pretty bad. I mean, it may be just as bad. I mean Goodell to the saints coach away for a whole year on a suspension, you know, people were thinking this suspension before winks or eight weeks, and he deserved a suspension. There's no question but a whole year. So it seemed like there was a personal vendetta from Cadel against Peyton. And you know, I haven't really heard that about this situation. But there's a lot of hate for Goodell. Still if it was wearing all at all, you know, it's it's it's back especially with some of his comments yesterday. And you know, he's talking about how the league still healthy and the rest are great and everything. And and the amazing thing is Goodell was instrumental in keeping the saints in New Orleans back after the hurricane. It was mainly Paul Tagliabue. But you Dell was. His point man in the city did a lot of work people. Forget that. I, you know, as mainly Tagliabue and the governor of Louisiana Doug Ford who runs the Superdome, really stopped..

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"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of eagle shield very quickly. I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture here. Oh, well, thank you for that. Now, I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is our passionate eagle shield. We're stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue, and we fun things. Like, we built a school in Africa is called row. He it's an. Newkirk kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite were over six hundred children living in a dump? So we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of ours. And then we also deal with home suppo- out of Mexico where we built three homes a year, and we also build water wells to charity water dot org, and we really loved the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can go down and see the well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month, you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on. And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of so figure it's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well. And then you'll be able to see by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely are passionate. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett also.

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"gildo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Of eagle shield, you know, what very quickly I want to talk a little bit about your charity work because what you do sort of ties into a larger picture here. Oh, well, thank you for that. Now, I didn't even expect to talk about that. I appreciate it is our passionate eagle shelled where a stewardship based company we take five percent of our revenue and we fund things like we built a school in Africa is called row. He it's an. Newkirk kenya. There's a province Gildo where there's a dumpsite were over six hundred children living in a dump? So we built the school at the dump. So we took it to them. And it's just it's a privilege and a passion of arson then we also deal with home suppo- out of Mexico where we built three homes a year, and we also build water wells to charity water dot org, and we really loved the charity. Water dot org. Water well program because they put a GPS locator on the well, so you can go down and see the well anytime you want to that's cool. So all the listeners when they hire us. We take five percent of our revenue to do that. And then every other month, you get the eagle newsletter. And it lets you know, what projects were working on. And then you can Google or down and see the water wells that you're part of so figure it's about every fifty fifty five customers equals one water. Well. And then you'll be able to see by longitude latitude and Google earth where it is. So thank you for sharing that that is definitely our passionate. You're doing some good stuff. And before we close this out. I want to remind everybody to that Garrett also has.

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"gildo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"gildo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Player in any way, shape or form. I just find myself substantially more interested in Miami. When they're running bam an Olympic and those sorts combinations. Like when Whiteside missed a couple of games. So I just think that Miami is a more compelling team. One has gone Whiteside is not on it. So that puts him relatively high on my list. Interesting. So you're looking at it more of the addition by subtraction. Not like I'd love to see his son Whiteside. Yeah. It's more. Like I'd love to see us on Whiteside. Not on Miami. The crazy thing though, I don't think we would because this is one of the most disciplined organizations in the league ad. They still actually I wanna see Miami without Saad Whiteside. I I should rephrase that that's what I'm more interested. I'm not as interested in this on Whitehead play somewhere else. I would rather see Miami without him. Well, that is an interesting and extremely negative because be to rattle off a couple more. While you think about it. I have a couple more please were Gildo so NS scanner on the Knicks. I just find all of their other center options. More fascinating Mitchell Robinson when he gets back on lay playing center. Pretty cornet and porzingas. Yeah. They're all of these reasons, therapists. Yeah. But the Knicks are awful. So what's okay? The the need to get past though, if he gets more. Robinson, this isn't necessarily. I want to see him on a different team. I just wanna see yellow start overturns Ferguson. So I'm just going to put that out there into the world and hope that it happens at some point. I I think the all is a better fit. I like him better. And then the one that I think is the most compelling I hinted at this in a piece for athletic for long-term team, building purposes and just for a couple of other factors. I think the nets would be wise to give Spencer Dinwiddie awards or opportunity to play with their best players because they gave dimwitted and extension. They did not give Daniel Russell an extension. Russell has this get to cap hold. And Russell it sound like he's sucks or he's having a bad season or anything like that. I just think they need a different set of data points because if didn't what he's good enough to be the starter. Maybe he's still bring de ngelo Russell back if his salary's low enough, and you don't get anything else in free agency. But I think it's important for them to see that at the bare minimum. So that doesn't necessarily require trading digital Russell. But it might be interested to see what his trait value was whether there's some teams that are like really a numbered of what he's. Done this year. I'm not quite as in that camp. So here's a another category. For me is young guys who may not be in the best place to develop and I'm going to start right now with every young player on the bulls just due to the pace that Jim Boylan is playing at it. And he said they want to play with more pace. Eventually he's talking about it like we're crawling right now. And we can't run I guess Jim Boylan is is a big wire fan. I don't know it doesn't strike me as that kinda guy. But anyway, I mean, they're just like Stephanos been all over this. You just wrote peace on the ethnic the athletic dot com slash gas. Phase with all these examples of times when even off turnovers like they're they're specifically told not to run he has gotten the deepens better. But as Stephan noted a lot of that because they're playing better defensive players and bright Parker's not in the rotation anymore. And Chris done is back market is better than what they had at power for before. So hard to say that like the slower pace is causing them to play better defense. I mean, I think that's sort of a psychological bisque. Domer- there, but in any, but it's just been like a lot of crappy static posts ups. Like they've been force-feeding, Robin. Lopez in the post window Carter junior really has not been getting much opportunity offensively since Boylan took over. And it's just it's been pretty unimagined if they are running stuff from ten years ago and the Spurs don't run a ton of magic stuff either of these days, but they've got Marta Roseanne. Lamarcus aldridge..

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