35 Burst results for "Gordon"
The Dan Bongino Show
Remembering Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Gordon & Randy Shughart
"Sit them down and I tell them the story of Gary Gordon and Randy shughart To Medal of Honor recipients Catches they never got there medal of honors both of them They got them posthumously They were in the battle of Mogadishu famous Black Hawk down incident Movies were made about it They were too Delta force operators who were in a helo Helicopter observing the attack on the down what was it super 6 four helicopter chuck and they were watching it on the ground as it was being overrun By Somalis looking to kill the pilot who had been down then all the other operators there And Gary Gordon and Randy shugart even though they were in the helicopter said to the operator you're going to put me on the ground and you're going to do it now And they were asked to repeatedly by headquarters Are you sure you want to do that because you're looking at almost certain death when you go on that ground And Gordon and shoe garden said put me on the ground Knowing and understanding that death was staring him in the face They did it anyway They protected their men They were both killed In Mogadishu in 1993 I was probably a long long way to the ground from that helicopter But it tells you now again this isn't about a long weekend I'm going to go out with just a few seconds of taps to commemorate those brave souls who gave us the gift of freedom
AP News Radio
West Virginia's Huggins agrees to $1M pay cut, 3-game suspension for homophobic slur
"Bob huggins has agreed to a three game suspension a $1 million salary reduction and sensitivity training for using a homophobic slur during a radio interview the university announced Wednesday. West Virginia university president Gordon gee and athletic director ren baker said in a joint statement that the university has, quote, made it explicitly clear to coach huggins that any incidents of similar derogatory and offensive language will result in immediate termination. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
AP News Radio
Canadian folk singer Gordon Lightfoot dies at 84
"Singer songwriter Gordon Lightfoot has died at the age of 84 at a hospital in Toronto, according to his representative, a cause of death was not given. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his life. If you could read my mind Gordon Lightfoot's early jobs were at a bank, delivering linens and as a square dancer on TV. He was living in a condemned building when he met fellow musician Ronnie Hawkins and became part of the folk scene in Toronto. Lightfoot's hits include carefree highway sundown. If you could read my mind and the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, lightfoot once said he took situations and wrote poems about them. The legend lives on. Lightfoot had planned to tour even this year. He had played more than 1500 concerts
AP News Radio
Corden addresses divided America in final 'Late Late Show'
"James Corden has said farewell to The Late Late Show. Corden says he's ending his run on CBS because he wants to return to the UK to be close to his family. Moving here to America 8 years ago, it was a huge leap for me, my family. My son was three, her daughter was 12 weeks old, and we now have another small person, and she's a mannequin. Gordon says he started the show with Obama, then Trump then a global pandemic, but he says all he's ever tried to do with a show is bring joy. All we've ever wanted is just be a little a little bit of light and levity at the end of your day and he ended his last show with a song. Thanks for watching. That's our show I'm Donna water.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Discuss the Original "Ghostbusters" Film
"Is kind of a sui generis movie. It's its own category, isn't it? I mean, it's comedy, but it's Supernatural. It doesn't fit into any other category, right? No, up until I would say probably about maybe ten years ago or something like that. I never even considered it a comedy. Somebody mentioned that it was a comedy sort of like Back to the Future. People mentioned that these movies are comedies from time to time and you don't really think too much about it. But when I was a little boy, possibly because I didn't understand the jokes. Because, you know, a lot of kids love this movie. But we didn't love it 'cause it was funny. We loved it because it was this epic adventure. And I look at this. Look at this. Look at this scene. Special effect here of the eggs cooking was actually the eggs cooking. They actually turned that island into a hot plate. I mean, this is, this is old school, but isn't it perfect? Oh, brilliant, brightly done. And actually, when I was a kid, that alone freaked me out. 'cause if you're like a 5 6 year old kid and you're seeing that happen, you're like, what the hell is going on with those eggs? And her expression is perfect. I gotta say, so Gordon weaver's performance in this film. She's not really my type. I wouldn't say she's my type. If you want to see my type, watch the music video of the song Ghostbusters. That chick is hot. But it's according to weaver isn't really my kind of girl. But her performance is so good she sells it. She sells it as being sexy. She sells it as being vulnerable. She sells it as being concerned as being intellectual. And Bill Murray at the beginning. Her and Bill Murray, I just said, are you like some game show host? You're not a scientist. Great line as well. And when you're an adult, you get those lines. If you're older, you watch it again. She's like, you don't see much like a scientist. And he's like, yeah, scientists are pretty stiff, I guess. She goes, you're more like a game show host. And he's,
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Defending Taiwan With Jim Hanson and Gordon Chang
"Jim Hanson. You can find me at Jim Hansen, D.C. on Twitter, and you can find my guest Gordon Chang at Gordon G Chang on Twitter, and you should follow him because he is an indispensable analyst right now because we got Chinese communist problems and they're not getting better. You should also check out his book the coming collapse of China, which can not come and collapse soon enough for my liking. Gordon, we talked a little bit about Chinese ascendancy in Middle East affairs and obviously their partnership with the Russians and what they're doing in Ukraine. But the 800 pound gorilla in any time we have to talk about their ambitions is the island of Taiwan and whether or not the long nature of the war in Ukraine and our large commitment of military hardware and everything else make them at least consider the idea that we might not have the appetite to defend Taiwan if they made a move. You know, that's a really important point you make. But first of all, we're bleeding munitions. Which we should use in East Asia instead of the western part of the Eurasian landmass in Ukraine. But also it's a question of signals. And what Biden is signaling is he's not looking for victory. He's looking to manage the situation in Ukraine. And that says to Xi Jinping that the United States doesn't have will. So unfortunately, it is some of the green light for the Chinese to say, well, let's go after Taiwan. And this is something that I think that the Biden team doesn't understand. They make some very short term decisions. All presidents do this. But Biden does it more than others. Short term decisions and they don't understand the consequence that it has on other bad actors.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Jim Hanson Fills in for Dr. G With Special Guest Gordon Chang
"In Seb's chair while he's down at fort Bragg talking to our special operators. But I am actually happy and sad to be joined by Gordon Chang because the fact that he's joining us is a sign that once again, China is doing things that we're doing badly to counter. I want to make sure you follow him on Twitter at Gordon G Chang. And his book the coming collapse of China can not come soon enough. Welcome to the show, Gordon. Thank you so much, Jim. Well, look, I think there's plenty. I want to start off in the less obvious of the two really bad things that happened recently, but China managed to get a deal done between our enemy Iran and our somewhat ally, the Saudis for a rejuvenation of diplomatic ties between those two countries. This is barely two years after the Trump administration managed to get a couple of gulf Arab states to sign deals with the Israelis to increase relations. Have we really flipped that far, the U.S. is no longer a power broker in the Middle East and the Chinese are there too? Yes. Actually, America's Middle East policy under the Trump years was like the best since FDR. But Biden's is clearly the worst ever and we're seeing that because as you mentioned, Saudi Arabia was a firm friend of the United States was supporting our efforts. We had the Abraham accords, which president Trump should have won the Nobel Prize for. What Biden has done is he's reversed all that progress in the matter of a couple of months. He did that by trying to isolate the Saudis and this is not a very good story for the United States. No, and
AP News Radio
New law puts Wyoming at forefront of abortion pill bans
"In Wyoming will hear arguments today over whether abortions will be allowed in the state, despite a new ban that took effect on Sunday. The sweeping new law makes abortion illegal in Wyoming, and it took effect despite previous rulings by judge Melissa Owens that blocked an earlier ban hours after it took effect last summer, now Owens will consider whether to block the new band, too, while a lawsuit proceeds, Owens is not expected to immediately weigh in on another new Wyoming abortion law that makes medication abortions illegal. That law was signed by Republican governor Mark Gordon on Friday,
AP News Radio
New law puts Wyoming at forefront of abortion pill bans
"Wyoming has instituted the nation's first explicit ban on abortion pills. Medication abortions which usually involve taking two prescription drugs days apart to terminate a pregnancy are effectively banned in more than a dozen states that prohibit all forms of abortion and 15 states restrict access to the pills, but Wyoming is the first state to specifically ban abortion pills, Republican governor Mark Gordon signed the legislation into law Friday, and it takes effect July 1st, but could be delayed in the courts of a lawsuit as filed. The abortion pill ban takes effect alongside a new broad abortion ban that took effect Sunday without the governor's signature. That ban seeks to sidestep issues with an earlier state ban that's
AP News Radio
Wyoming governor signs bill banning abortion pills
"Wyoming becomes the latest state to ban pills for abortion. Wyoming's Republican governor Mark Gordon has signed a bill that prohibits medication abortions in the state that ban takes effect in July, barring any legal challenge that might block it. He's also allowing a separate measure restricting abortion to become law without his signature, expecting a court fight. 13 states have already banned abortion pills and 15 have limited access, like requiring an in person doctor visit. The issue took center stage this week in a Texas courtroom. Since last summer's reversal of roe versus wade 13 states now enforce bans against abortion at any point in pregnancy, Georgia's imposed a restriction for when cardiac activity
The Trish Regan Show
Gordon Chang and Trish Discuss the Origins of the Coronavirus
"Recent weeks, we have learned what you and I, I think we're talking about back in January of 2020, which was the Wuhan lab theory. We had certainly I think both heard from various sources that it was quite possible that the coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan. That theory that discussion as you well know, Gordon was shut down. Aggressively shut down and now it seems doctor Anthony Fauci may have been at the forefront of helping to shut that discussion down by commissioning a scientific study, which he basically was able to take a red pen to. Doctor Redfield, head of the CDC, was cut out of conversations because he felt it was possible it may have come from a Wuhan lab and I think he said the most devastating thing to him was when the Baltimore sun called him a racist because he suggested it might come from Wuhan. We know what we all went through. Why do you think that was? Why do you think there was such an aggressive attempt to say no, there's no way it came from the Wuhan institute of virology? My theory is that Doctor Fauci was trying to protect himself. So if we go back to 2014, the Obama administration imposed a moratorium on the federal funding of gain of function research in the United States. So what did Fauci do? He outsourced gain of function funding to a biological weapons lab in China, the Wuhan institute of virology. And he did that through the New York based echo health alliance. So echo health alliance with NIH money was actually funding gain of function on coronaviruses. So I think Fauci is a little bit concerned that the Chinese took what they learned from his funding and they were applying it and eventually ended up creating SARS CoV-2, the pathogen causing COVID-19.
AP News Radio
'Fiddler on the Roof' star Chaim Topol dies at 87
"Actor heim topol has died in Tel Aviv at the age of 87, according to Israeli leaders, a cause of death was not given. A marchesa a letter with the latest. If I were a rich man I'm topol was so known for playing tevye in fiddler on the roof that he was fielding request to play the role even up to a few years ago. He was in other films like for your eyes only, flash Gordon and Galileo, but he had interest beyond film, including charity work. Topol said in a 2015 AP interview fame and money from acting were not his goals in life. Yes, obviously it's
AP News Radio
33 Iditarod sled dog race mushers to trek across Alaska
"The grueling ten day race covers nearly a thousand miles over two mountain ranges and across the treacherous Bering sea ice, defending champion Brett sass, says he and his dogs are ready. I got 11 of the 14 that I had last year in the race are back and I think the replacements that were the ones different are stronger dogs, so I'm really excited. Also excited fan Gordon bachar who came from Indiana. You know, you hear a bond, you see occasionally on TV and all of a sudden we had the opportunity this year to come and decided to do it. The idea rod takes about ten days organizers point to retirement and inflation for low turnout as well as sponsors being down amid pressure from PETA. I'm Julie Walker
The Doug Collins Podcast
NFL Coach Chan Gailey Discusses Losing Football Coordinators
"Losing O season office according to defense coronary is more or is it the same more changing on a college level or a pro level? Because now you're looking at Philadelphia, Philadelphia came very close in a Super Bowl, look good, mahomes is just my home. But he now loses here on loses his office, Gordon and his defensive coordinate. Going into a new year with, you know, again, is much pros do move. Which is the bigger impact. An offensive coordinator defense Courtney loss on a college level or a pro level. I think it's more in a college level. Because in pro level, you got enough money, you've got enough. We're with all to make sure you have got somebody in the wings or you've done enough research that you've got a general idea of what you're going to do. I mean, it can't be a shock to everybody that Philadelphia was going to lose a coordinator. What, oh my gosh, he's leaving. He had made he had been thinking about this. He and the GM and the owner had been talking about this for a month and a half now. So it didn't like it's a shock to them. Whereas in college, you don't have to wear with all to maybe, you know, the one that's done at the best to me is Nick. Nick's always had one of those guys that they call whatever they call them. And analyst. Yeah. That's how analysts, he had an analyst sitting there that he was developing to be the next coordinator.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Gordon Chang Comments on Xi Jinping's Serious Domestic Issues
"Something very, very telling. Previously, Gordon, that is commonplace for dictatorships, the authoritarian regimes that have internal problems and then point at an external enemy. They want to distract from the very severe internal issues, especially when you have a command economy, and it is on the brink of collapse. We saw that with the Soviet Union and elsewhere, you said Xi Jinping has serious domestic issues. Could you talk to us about those domestic issues and perhaps give us a sense of how fragile that regime could be? Xi Jinping's signature domestic policies, most of them have been reversed. So for instance, zero COVID was abandoned on December 7th by the national health commission. And that was just shortly after he had doubled down in a very public speech supporting zero COVID. Let's stop there for a second. That in and of itself is a massive marker because dictatorial regimes very rarely say, oops, we were sorry. That's a big deal. It's enormously big deal because the Chinese people are furious. The Chinese people went through three years of zero COVID, which is the strictest disease control measure this side of North Korea. And essentially what happened was officials tried to prevent every transmission of this disease. And went to extraordinary lengths to do that.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Who Sold Us This False China Narrative? Gordon Chang Explains
"This incredibly naive and just counterfactual analysis of the world's largest communist dictatorship begin? Was it Kissinger convincing Nixon to open to China and thus put a wedge between Beijing or Moscow? Who sold us this bill of goods Gordon? A lot of different people. You know, you can go back to, for instance, Richard Nixon's famous article in foreign affairs. And then of course, Nixon's overtures to China in 1972 trip, Kissinger was there. And then Bill Clinton, Clinton talked about, you know, you can't nail Jell-O to a wall, which was his reference to the Communist Party's inability to control information, but they've done a pretty good job of that. Especially with those narratives that you pointed out in the beginning. So this was failure across liberals and conservatives, Democrats and Republicans. You know, just about everybody believed it. Because this theory sounded good. Especially sounded good after the failure in the fall of the Soviet Union. People thought, oh, you know, this is as Francis fukuyama, the political scientist said, this is the end of history. Right. Yeah, events will continue to occur, but democracy and free markets have won.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Gordon Chang Talks U.S.-China Relations
"The balloon incursions fit into the last few years of U.S. Sino relations? Is this a spike? Is it unusual? Is it indicative of heightened military tension? Or is it something that we weren't paying attention to, but because a photographer in Montana paid attention to the sky, suddenly it's a big deal. Yeah. The balloon incursions that occurred during the Trump administration were not noticed by The Pentagon itself, which is the reason why general spaulding wasn't informed. And that's because they appeared to be, I guess, anomaly in their radar capture. And they just didn't know what to make of it. But after this big spy balloon intrusion, The Pentagon said they went back on all the material they collect all the data they collected. They ran it through different filters, and they realized that they had incursions. And that's how they have been able to track these most recent three incursions because they're now looking at a broader range of radar signatures and finally realizing that they came here. That's fascinating when you think about it because it means that the Chinese were surveilling us without our knowing about it from our own skies. And that means Americans shouldn't really feel safe even in their own country.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Talks to Gordon Chang About China's Spy Balloons
"Gordon tran Gordon, welcome back to America first one on one. Thank you so much, doctor G, all right, you've got to follow this man right off the bat at Gordon G Chang. You got to check out his latest publication, the great U.S. China tech war. But let's start with propaganda, Gordon. Let's start with the smooth I owe the information operations that China is engaged in. This is a TikTok video. I found yesterday on Monday. I used it on the show. And it's pretty good. It is making a mockery of Biden's military actions against the Chinese surveillance vessel, play cuts. So it's a CGI animation. Of course, using stealing the music of Mission Impossible, showing our raptor aircraft, dodging around trying to shoot down the balloon missing the balloon, turning its camera backwards, taking a photograph of the pilot. I have to start by saying, go, and that's pretty slick. That's pretty good information operations. Yes, this is about the third phase of China's propaganda on this. The first phase was to say, we regret the incident and, you know, it was just a weather balloon. Second phase was to get really upset, threatened retaliation. And the third phase has been mockery. The fourth phase, which we learned on Monday, was that, oh, the United States has been sending spy balloons over China in 2022, which is obviously untrue. But this very slick video is phase three.
The Ed Mylett Show
"gordon" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"My dad I said, if I could just get my business going dad if I could just get there and I got these dreams and I might have a mansion. My dad said to me he goes just so you know when you get into that mansion, you have to bring you with you. Wow. And you get to find a way to find bliss and gratitude now in the small things in your life because if you can't find them now, you won't find them when you move into that mansion. The furniture can change, but it's still you sitting there. And I just think what today hopefully did for so many of you is it gives you some insight, some thoughts, some strategies as you go in your life to bring a better you with you. When you get there and where you are right now, where do they find you, 'cause I know my audience knows you pretty well, but after today there's several million more people that go, this Gordon guy is pretty damn good. How do I go get more from him? Hey, John Gordon dot com. John Gordon dot com and also Twitter, Instagram at Gordon, 11. Love connecting with people and just if anyone wants to reach out after listening here, I'd love to hear from them. And just check out the one truth when it comes out in a few months. I think it's going to rock people and a lot of people away. We'll certainly check out the book when it comes out. And then everybody jons us to give her, so you're part of really important man's life. He's making a big difference in the world and he's made a difference in my life as I've told you all. By the way, everybody, I have one ask from you, which is to share the show. If the show makes a difference for you, share it with people that you care about, but you love that you believe what we've talked about today could help improve their life because that's why we do it. And today was a 25 out of ten brothers suspension. All right, God bless you, everybody. Max out your life. Take care. This is the mileage show.
The Ed Mylett Show
"gordon" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"This is the mileage show. Welcome back to the show, everybody. So I keep my personal circle really small. And it's not that it's a big deal to be in it. But I don't let a lot of people in and especially close to me because I believe the people that have proximity to you have the biggest influence over you. And my guest today is somebody that I'm honored has gotten very, very close to me the last few years. He's made a huge impact in my life. And I'm very, very grateful for his presence in my life. He's been on the show before in the show was so well received that I asked him to start the year sometime in January, February, can I get you on? And he's here today. In addition to being a great friend of mine, he's authored coming up on 27 books. He sold only 5 million books. And he's one of the most prolific speakers in the world, and also he's a counselor to some of the top leaders in the world. And business and in sports professional and college athletics, a lot of those leaders go to him for counsel. And I do oftentimes as well. So John Gordon, welcome back to the show, brother. It's great to be with you. And I got to say that you've been a huge influence in my life. My friendship with you has been such a blessing. Thank you. Starting last year, we got to spend more time together. Spoke at one of your events and then came to the max out live event. You gave such an amazing talk. So did you. Do you remember me coming back there and just started to weep and cry. I'll never forget it. Yeah, I haven't cried like that in years. I've tried maybe two or three times in my life. And that was one of the times. Yeah, that I really just, my father passed away 5 years ago, I cried.
This Week in Photo
"gordon" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"I am your host, Frederick Van Johnson. Today on the podcast I have the honor of sitting down with someone who might be a little bit different in terms of their creative powers than the normal folks that we have on the show which are normally photographers. Today we have someone who weaves their creativity through the power of storytelling, Gordon mcclellan is a self proclaimed storyteller and from the off camera conversations I've had with him. This man knows his way around a story or two and I'm gonna take some tips from him for bedtime stories and all that. He's got the magic Gordon. Welcome to this week in photo. And how's it going? Good evening. Bo, good evening is for me. Lovely to see you again. And lovely to have a chat. So yeah, it's going grand just know. Yeah, this is good. This is really good. You and I, we first connected during maximum creativity conference, which was just last week. This past week. And you and I just had kind of a one on one discussion there that lasted just a short time. And I wanted to go longer because it was such a riveting conversation, you know? It was refreshing to talk to somebody who understands the art of story. And I'll preface this first question with, in the world of photography, we always talk about it's all about story. Everything has to have a narrative thread through it or what story are you telling with your photograph to have the opportunity to speak with somebody who understands story kind of intrinsically is a treat. So tell me about that. Let's start with your background a little. So how did who is Gordon mcclellan? And how did you get to the point where you are kind of a professional storyteller? Oh, and this is where the storyteller suddenly runs out of things to say. It's one of those it's really difficult to know where to start, so conversations. Right, let's do the form of it. Yeah. Technically, I'm as zoologist. So my background science and I trained then as a science teacher. But all my life I've been a maker of things, I I've made puppets and worked in puppet shows and pop it theaters. Since I was about 14 and earlier than that, I was always writing stories. So words have always been really important for me and words presented actively rather than just on paper. And after ten years of a sensible jobs, you know, jobs that paid you once a month and gave you paid holidays and useful things like that, I'd reached a point when I was getting so many freelance bookings that I had to make a choice. And my decision was, I've got to go and do this. I've got to go and try this. And the deal that I made with myself was that as long as I had three months working in front of me. I would keep doing the freelance work. I would go on being a storyteller. And that was I'm not trying to count now. 27 years ago, so I've been a full-time what storyteller and artist and maker of things and creator celebrations since 1995. Wow. Wow. That's great. I love that. So obviously, there's a ton to talk about. I feel like you and I could probably talk for two or three hours because I have so many questions. I love this. I love the idea of storytelling. Because it's so underserved, I think, in a lot of ways these days in the photography space, we have all the tools, right? We have these great cameras, lights, computers, software, drones, 360 cameras, all these things, but if you take a step back at them, take a step back, these are just tools to tell stories. For the most part, maybe documentary, but they're tools. The tools of hill stories and a lot of photographers aren't necessarily telling stories beyond the aesthetic. What kind of tips can you give them photographers that are watching this? They're already competent. They know they're way around a camera, they can make beautiful images, you know, outstanding locations, but they want to start introducing the element of story into their art form. What are some ways for them to start thinking, creatively? I think my immediate reaction is you were asking the question was not quite forget the aesthetic, but explore the emotion. Rather than the construction of the image, you know, what's the emotion within it because it's emotion that carries the story. If I'm telling a story, awkwardly, for some reason, the words are I'm tripping up over my words. If the emotion is there, if the emotion has caught my audience, they'll go with it. Nothing matters because there will be drawn into the heart of the story. So I'd say, look for emotion and. Also recognize that the story you're trying to tell will not be the one, almost should not be the one that people take away. Because people are very good at one of the things that really irritates me with some of my fellow storytellers is when they see. And this is a story about, which is fair enough. And it means that. You know, or you should find out from that. Or after this story, you'll feel so much braver, stronger, fiercer, bolder, whatever. And I always think, no. My job is to tell the story that engages with this audience. But the meaning they take from it is their choice. I mean, I've chosen the story I've chosen a nice straightforward story, very silly story that I will be telling this weekend about Fox and a rabbit. But it's about tricksters, and it's tricks one way or another all the way through the story. And at the end of the story, when we're talking about it, the 30 children will all have different takes on the same story. For some of them, it was a funny story for some it was a nasty story for some that Fox was really mean and he shouldn't have been allowed to do that. But that explains my rabbit and so I could go home now and I can tell everyone that my rabbit was a hero in a story. And you think it's absolutely absolutely right that I didn't set the set the emotional scene. I didn't say to them. This is what you will learn from this story. I deliver the image like a photographer does. And the story that they take or the meaning that they take is theirs. And it is interesting. So it's almost objective, right? It's almost like in the world of photography to draw an analog over to photography. It sounds like you're talking about and it's not exactly one to one. But the raw file in photography is the sort of the raw data when you click the shutter that gets recorded to the memory card that represents what that camera saw. This is pre developing. So when you, when you look at the back of your camera, or your phone, after you take a photo, the computer has already interpreted those data into something that you can are primitive eyes can visualize. It takes all those zeros and ones that makes a photo. It sounds like your supplying your idea is to supply that sort of narrative raw file that then people will interpret in different ways. Is that fair? Yes, yeah. And it means that if we ask people to draw a picture that captured that story for them, we'd get lots of different ones and we'd get all these different emphases within the story within the pictures that were what Europe. The bits of the story that mattered to different people.
On Being with Krista Tippett
"gordon" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
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"gordon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Gordon. What that was cool, terrific shape. He was a great guy. Great guy. My kind of man right? There came in with this, Um His award for winning body builder of the year. He called sit and Bernie the Real Kings of New York and he gave us his, but he should have done by the way that's actually very nice. And then he came with his beautiful fruit baskets. It weighs about £100. I know So we're going to stop these celebrity football picks on Friday. This was David Rosie's idea, and I like the idea. It's fun. You know, we discussed so many things that are so serious and really sometimes depressing the nature, But that's what makes the show great. That it's good to get away from every once in a while and we love sports here in New York, even though as of this morning medicine Yankees, not in the playoffs, Jets and Giants still winless, You know, you got Joe Nolan talking about New Jersey Devils training camp. They're terrible. That's how bad it is. So what we decided to do that? And, um so we have our first celebrity football pick guy coming on here momentarily, and most people know him. From the Real Housewives of New Jersey. He plays Melissa's. He plays its real life, stupid. He's Melissa's husband, Joe Gorda. How about that he plays listen up. Part of it is a performance you have to admit. I mean, it is a reality show, but they know the cameras of this so they know the cameras. Yeah, I actually went to Evan Gold tonight. At first he plays Jackie's husband and I have gotten very close since the Lord has softball game. And he's a big football guy loves the Jets, and he couldn't do it. Today. He's had some celebrity tennis tournament, so I said any of these other guys really know sports, and he said it didn't surprise me. Joe Gorgas. Joel did a very good job playing shortstop for us. That's the ballgame is a good athlete. He's got more muscle than Mies in good shape. And I said, Great, So I texted Jo and he's a gentleman and got right back to me and said I'd love to do it. So here he is. Joe Gorda, The star for the Husbands of Real Housewives. Of New Jersey. Frank Attorney's gonna get pissed off, But that's fine, Joe. Good morning. How are you, buddy? What's up, Joe? My brother. Everything good? How you doing? I'm great. Say hello to Bernard, My my co host show. It's nice to meet you, My man. It's a pleasure always. Well, thank you. Thank you for being here today. So I was told that you're the guy when it comes to football, so we'll throw a couple of games at you. You'll give us your picks, and then we'll talk about your budding. Comedic career, which includes a night at Caroline's, which is huge. So that's huge start with the other Jets and the Patriots on Sunday. What's your opinion on that game? Patriots all the way. You like The Patriots really love them? Yes. Do you hate the Jets? So you just you just like the Patriots in this game? I'm in New York. I like you know Jets are from New York Jersey. Like hate him? No, But I just You know, the Patriots is just going to take the game. Definitely. Alright. You like the patriot? Let's go with the Raiders and the Steelers. Who do you like there? That's a tough one. Going to be an amazing game. I'm going to have to go with the Raiders. The Raiders fresh off their Monday night went over the Baltimore Ravens. How about that one? Got me pick out a joke or guy like that. How about Buffalo? Who They playing Buffalo in Miami? The Dolphins? That's right. The fish. Come on. That's easy. That's very easy. So the Dolphins all the way, all right? Uh, no. We're keeping track. By the way. We have your back. So yes. If you blow up, you have property in Miami, Joe. I do There you go tonight. And I imagine you don't have a house in buffalo, right? No houses in buffalo. Listen, I'm gonna I'm gonna you know the You know the bills are taking you know that right? But of course that was I was just senior reaction. Alright, So let's like testing you on that you gotta sometimes Don't be so nice to me if I was wrong. You've got to be honest. Okay, So let me tell you something being so nice to you. And you don't know about this because you just we just got to know each other and maybe just listen to the show. But last year when you were given the Loris a hard time on the show about David I actually threatened to kick your ass on this on this very popular radio show. It didn't get back to you, obviously because you're very nice to me, so I'm not always been nice to you. Just so you know, Really? So I I got some heat about that. Uh huh. Yeah, you did get some heat about that and deservedly so no. Well, listen, you know, honestly, I didn't. I didn't say anything about any about women or Delores. I just in general. In general. I would be by and if you if you if everybody paid attention, I said, if that happened to me with my wife, I would be broken. Also, that's what I said. I didn't just pull out. Uh, you know, bust on Delores. Just busting on people in general, right? No, no, I was I was but said went nuts. He really, really took you out here on the show. I got to tell you. Yeah. Yeah. Are you going to do next time You see me? You won't be so nice to me. How about that? Oh, good brother. I knew it Terrorists. I knew what you were saying. I know what you were saying. And you're not. You're not entirely wrong. Now you made to football picks. Write these down. He likes the Patriots. He likes the Raiders and the third one Buffalo. Those are Joe Gorgas. Three of NFL picks. For this weekend Now, Joe. Not only are you a big star on that jersey show with Melissa, Of course, your lovely wife. But you you have now become you have now become this rig. Big time comedian. I know for a fact the more to she's been on this show, and they got those shows at the hard rock in Atlantic City. You and Frank Catania and job in and go. I love jumping and go performed. And you You're great. You kind of stole the show. Now you've got your own performance coming up at the hard rock in Atlantic City and tell me Bernie and the listeners About a big night coming up at Caroline's. Yes, man. Listen, I I am so excited. I'm thrilled. Um, my passion. Believe it or not. When I was a kid, I was so I was shy, you know, by parents would have their friends over even family and I just run in the room and stay in the room. I was so shy. I wouldn't come out. I was that kind of kid. To about like 4th 5th 6th grade. I just Something happened to me that became, you know the class clown and making people laugh and and and I just enjoy it. So, um, I said I want to do Comedy one day. And you know, you know, I was actually sitting with Buddy Valastro. You know the cake, boss? Oh, yeah, of course. Yes. Yeah, me and we're good friends and he lives in my neighborhood and we would hang out at night. And, you know, we're drinking, and I just sit, sit there and been making laugh and his entire family because he has a monster family, and they're like you. Listen, you got to do this for a living. You got to go out there and do this on a stage and because of him, he inspired me. To get on the stage and because I never really called anybody. He called an agent. And he had the agent called me..
Happy Sad Confused
"gordon" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Chat. With mr joseph gordon. I don't do formal introduction. This mr doesn't gordon by the newark on the happy. Second fuse podcasts. Well the wait Man i i you know what one of the things i love most about. What i to do is by sticking around. As long as i don. I get to meet people in different phases of their life. And i've been talking to you since you were in mid late twenties. Yeah you're forty now man. it's it's it honestly. I it all happened to. Yeah i'm very happy. And you know. I sometimes doing i'm. I'm a little bit more fixed in granite than the people. I talked to but In a good way. I'm happy with my life but i'm also very happy for all your success and and the ways that you in particular have explored creativity over the years because there's nobody more curious. Give them gordon. But that's really sweet man. If there's one one complimentary adjective curious might be up there. The nice thing. I mean it and we'll get into all of it but i mean like you know mr korman is why we're talking today and this is clearly a labor of love and in some ways it feels like a very very pure expression of your view of the universe even if it is a collaborative art form if this feels born of your spirit. Yeah thanks man in that. That was something i was trying for. The whole time was just being really honest. And and not not saying like okay. Well what would. What would this person wanner. What would that cohort want. Or what would this platform want And credit to apple for giving me the creative freedom to do that. And i made something that's really to my taste and that i found really it's very. It's very much the kind of thing that i would want to watch. So i really i really appreciate getting the opportunity to make it so this one it. Also it's curious like when this one came about for you in that utah took a little bit of a break to focus on family and to kind of reorient a little bit and then out of that. Interestingly enough comes this thing which is very much to to paraphrase another streaming show right now. A what if kind of the roads other rose not taken because this does feel like an alternate universe does have gordon levitt. I in some ways. Yeah that's that is pretty precisely what it is And when i look back on the first my first notes and i was. I was writing down ideas for this show. it was. They were there in twenty fifteen which is the r. I became a dad. So it's funny. You say that. Because that is i i did. I took a break From show business for a couple years and and just focused on being a dad and And you know kind of took stock of my life. And i think becoming a dad made me feel very much like okay. Now there's no if sanzar buts about it. I am a grownup. Before that it's a little nebulous. When you really become a grownup or don't it's honestly still nebulous. Because in many ways. I still feel much the same way as i've always felt ever since i was a little bit but but once there's these young people involved too i'm going to be responsible for in and who i care so much about in a whole different way than i've ever cared about anything that felt to me like okay. That's a threshold now. I'm nominee adult and taking stock of what my life was. I felt so grateful for so many things having found a partner who i love so much Having our kids having two parents in my own really reliable getting to do work that i care about her just living in a safe place or being healthy so many things that i felt grateful for and where that led my mind was thinking you know a lot of these things. Just come down to luck. Like i know plenty of people who.
"gordon" Discussed on The Storyteller
"You know in in a mindful way that the lord is for them as well. I look back now and saying that. That model that others may live. I still hold that banner high but above that banners even better banner and it's jesus. He's the way the truth and the life he's the deliver. He's a great physician if you have an alcohol problem if you have a problem if you're on prescription drugs anoxia cotton. If you've been abused are you've been an abuser. I want to let you know that. Jesus can set you free. If you're a father that's sitting there that you don't have any relationship with your children because of your alcohol abuse to your spouse that god can set you free all you have to do as mandate as get on your knees and call out to christ and ask them to come into your life to change you mothers if you're a mom that is drinking. You're not raising your children in the right way. God wants to tell you that he's got a plan for you. He's got a plan to set you free to be the mother that you should be to your children. God is a healer. He's a restorer of broken homes. He's restorer of broken lives. And i share this with you beautiful thing that we have before us. I don't care how bad our sin how far down we are and we think in the pit and b. can't claim out of. It's been so bad no matter but things we've done. God is there to pull us out when we call out to him. Lord help me. I remember so bound with alcohol remember. I was on the floor my bathroom with my arms around the commode. I was so sick to even get up crying. I wanted to kill myself. I cried out to god. And he heard that cry and he set me free and when we call out to him and he'll listened to that cry. When you need it in your heart he will be there to help you. You'll come to you. He doesn't deny anybody that comes to him. He'll be there to such a free to begin deliverance to enlighten you to a new life to a new beginning. All things pass away all all things become new. Because of my mindset in the seventies i began to get a lot of aggravation a lot of my eyes began to get open so to speak about what has been done to native people and it put a fire in my belly to to really look at Or i thought at that. Time was the gospel being preached and in his killing and destroying native people. Only to find out later that it was only through christ that that set me free completely free. That was a miracle in itself for me to make that decisions to follow him and to realize that he this gospel. This message of the cross is a real thing. It's it's this truth to that and had done for me. I remember after. I was set free from the alcohol. I i was a bachelor living on a khuda ray. I opened my refrigerator. This was about three months after. I came to christ. I opened my refrigerator. Lightbulb on as a dozen. Open your refrigerator. The light bulb went off in my head. Saint gordon you have said that f word three months now. I didn't realize my language as even being cleaned up and so it began to show me that The seeds were producing some fruit. Essential message of the cross is what we need. Not the distorted message that was brought in a way that made people are reluctant to receive him because of some erroneous approach by so-called religion. Religiosity has has heard our people and the message of the cross is that jesus is the way the truth and the life. If you would like a copy of gordon's testimony or if you have questions about what you've heard write to us at the storyteller. Po box one thousand and one bemidji minnesota five six six one nine that's po. Box one thousand and one bemidji minnesota five six six one nine. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven seven six six four six four eight. that's eight seven seven seven six six four six four eight. we're also online at without reservation dot com. Thanks for listening and remember. The greatest story took place at the cross for the wages of sin death but the gift of god is eternal life through jesus christ our lord. My friends. There are more amazing stories to tell so. Be sure to join us again. Next time as we listen to the storyteller..
The Emma Guns Show
"gordon" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"It's all. Hey welcome to the show. My guest on this episode of the podcast. Emma story gordon. She has an online coach and educator who's health and fitness content on instagram. Genuinely some of the best. I've seen it's evidence-based well researched and presented in a way that makes sometimes complex data incredibly accessible. But i think the thing. I appreciate most about emma's content is that she presents it with such compassion and freely admits that the most complex thing in health and specifically diet and fitness is in principle weight. Loss for example is simple. But it's not easy not easy at all and with every post. She hopes to make it a little easier. And don't we all know it. I know it and if you've ever been on a diet or thrown yourself into a fitness regime to reach a goal only to find yourself back where you started not too long. After reaching it then he'll be acutely aware of how for straightening a vicious cycle is and what does acknowledge all the things that might work against us and work around them through them sometimes under them to get you where you want to be. Obviously this episode discusses weight loss is a goal. And i know that that can be twittering for some people but i also know this is the kind of conversation that can be helpful for a lot of people. Most of my. Dm's are about motivation weight loss and relationships with food and exercise. So i feel. I feel it's appropriate for me to create these kinds of episodes and i also will only bring them to you if i think that the past bringing to. You is safe sensible and will add value. And that's what. I really believe with emma. I also believe emma and you'll hear this from Listening to yourself in the episode. She so measured sensible factual more she presents the for. Anyone who like me enjoys clear information. She really is one of the best resources. I could share with you and you know how i feel about you. My most excellent listeners. I would never do you wrong. I honestly think she's fantastic so during conversation. We discuss a lot everything from tapping into motivation. The many myths out there about how the weight loss and fitness because there there are many all incredibly unhelpful. The huge middle ground between diet culture and anti culture why changing your mindset is always a better goal than await or a cloth size. the benefits have delayed gratification. That is very interesting. And it's definitely one stayed with me. Why it's a myth that watching what you eat can go into. The damaged joyless why consistency consistency consistency. Consistency is the most vital component to achieving your goals. Whether it's to do with health of witness or not to be honest and so so much more as someone who spent nearly thirty years yo yo. Dieting and trying one weight-loss fat after another the big shift. Me was realizing how i lived. When i wasn't on a diet and when i wasn't on some big fitness cake that need was what needed to be addressed the time when i wasn't trying to do something and emma puts this perfectly in the episode when she says the process is your life. I love that. I might even get it. Put on a t-shirt. I was so pleased to charter. I'm delighted to bring her to the magan show. And i hope you get as much out this conversation as i did. And of course the links where you can find out. We'll be in the show notes but for now please join me in welcoming. Ms story gordon onto the magan.
TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"gordon" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"Stopped from doing so many awesome things and pursuing all her various passion so it was if you will in the senate nita battery chose somebody who knows what it means to be bound to a wheelchair or not being one hundred percent mobile if you will so was kind of cool that they made that choice was i thought it was pretty impressive that they cast an empty as barbara gordon and it seems like what they've done is instead of giving her a prosthetic as barbara gordon. They've just changed. Barbara gordon to match her amputee so presumably instead of being paralysed she i mean she may be paralyzed. We don't know but at the very least barbara has also lost her leg. Presumably as a result of the joker yeah mentioned to accommodate savannah welches casting. Yeah and it was a nice. I thought nicely shall we say tributes to the killing joke. Of course when she mentioned that which was nice. So i'd it was great stuff and of course along with barbara gordon. We get this universe's version of jonathan crane aka. The scarecrow played in this case by vincent. Coffee is probably from angel and madman will his great. He was so very punishable face on madman. He was such that. Do sean madman. And it's interesting. How he's kind of inverted communist age still youngish with he was such a pretty boy at the time and now he has very boyish face. Which i think is why jonathan crane has a big bushy beard In this in this series. And that's why. I grow out folks..
WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"gordon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I left my house the other day without my phone. And i go back for it. That's right hero. That's right brave. That's right the unknown folks to be in that car for what was going to be a probably an hour errand about twenty minutes to twenty minutes back twenty in the middle doing the thing no phone and i i felt a little vulnerable. I felt a little naked. I felt a little disconnected. I felt a little Like crazy like you know. Like when i can do my friend. Where's my friend. What am i going to do in that. Let me to believe that. Maybe i need to break up with my phone. I don't know. I don't know if that's possible. I don't think it is possible but it did show me that. I could leave at home more and then the other night i left house left the house with my phone but no wallet a different type of Like feeling like a little untethered but the wall of fear is really just about like. If i get mangled in my car drives off a cliff or i get into a head on collision and i'm nothing but mush and i got my wallet with me. This cannot be easy to find me. I say well that's not true. Just fine my license point. Oh good i just found a way to comfort myself. The next time. I in my car and i forgot my wallet. Is that like. Hey if they need to. Id you remains. They can just pull your info off the plate. Who thank god. Need to be myself up about that. Next time i just need to know. I'll be okay when i'm dead if i don't have my wallet. 'cause this pull it off the plate pull that net get that info. Yeah but the. The phone thing was real. I i did. I tried an experiment. I took a walk on purpose the other day without my phone on purpose because dude. The reality is mundane. The reality is slow. You know what paces your true reality. How much are you putting in your head. That's making you crazy all this all these so eighty five. Ninety percent of the assumptions were making are not have nothing to do with our life. They have nothing to do with how we are. They have nothing to do with how we treat other people. If you're only relationship is with your phone. How often do people factor in. Are you saying thank you. Are you opening the door. Are you asking people they are. Are you having moments. You sit with people. Sit with people. We're all right stop. The fire stopped the fire in your brain. Take some time off. Take a little time off from the machine. Okay so joseph. Gordon levitt has been working in show business. Since he was six years old. His grandfather was a director He was in popular movies as a kid. Like angels in the outfield and the long running sitcom third rock from the sun. He was in movies like five hundred days of summer the dark knight rises inception brick looper and a bunch of other movies but now he's created this amazing show. He's he's written directed and stars in this new apple. Tv plus series called mr cormon I watched six episodes thought. I watched the whole thing. But i hadn't he sets me straight and It's just about a guy it's about a teacher. i think he's a fifth grade teacher. But it's not what he wanted to do but there's not much what he wanted to be a musician but there's not much more to the pitch than that but there's something about the intensity of this guy's way of seeing things and being it's very familiar and I i liked it. He's an intense guy and this very human kind of show. It's on apple. Tv plus and it premiers. Friday friday august sixth. Okay this is me talking to Joseph gordon levitt mike. That's that's on the marc maron podcasts. I'm not gonna go through some fucking future speaker. Michael very odd.
"gordon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Gordon deal with Jennifer Cash enka some of our top stories and headlines. Tropical Storm Elsa expected to make landfall along the North Florida Gulf Coast, 36 now confirmed dead in the condo tower collapsed. Eric Adams declared the winner of the Democratic mayoral primary in New York. A camper in western Montana attacked and killed by a grizzly bear yesterday after the animal wandered Into a tent area. 75th wedding anniversary for Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, the longest married presidential couple in American history, and the $10,000 hidden treasure in Utah has been found that story in about 20 minutes. Time for a business update, and it's brought to you by. Indeed. Indeed, instant match searches through millions of resumes and indeed database to deliver candidates who fit your job description instantly. More at indeed dot com slash credit, a new survey finds Recent college graduates are having a tough time landing jobs in spite a labor shortage. What about all those hiring and signing bonuses? Pew Research Center found that those students are less successful in finding employment and casting wider nets. Further. 44% a recent grads are underemployed or in a job that does not require a four year degree. How to address it from Jackie Du Chee, founder of Gucci and Associates, a coaching firm for twentysomethings, Jackie, This is a bit of a head scratcher in this environment. Well, I agree with you. I'm a little surprised that so many people are having a hard time getting hired right now, to be honest with you. Um you know what I see A lot with this age group is that they get a college degree. Then they kind of think they can just coast on it like oh, because I went to college and I graduated. Now everybody's gonna want me and it's a little more complicated than that. So other skills they need and things they need to think about in order to be more attractive to an employer. Wow. How have things gotten complicated? Have they done this on their own? Or has the market shifted, and they not adjusted? What happened? I think it's an attitude thing like I talked to a lot of people who, you know, I hate to say this, but it's like Mom and dad and their teachers and whomever have just sort of impressed upon them that you know you got to go to school. You got to get good grades and you know your life will just sort of fall into place and I have nothing against education, obviously, but again, I think there's just so many other things they need to be thinking about. For example, in turning doing part time work, you know you can do that simultaneously while you are in school and those candidates that come out and they graduate and they actually have some real world experience are so much more appealing to employers when they go and apply. Instead of somebody who's just gone to college and not done any kind of internship or part time workers ever saying Exactly And it's more than just in turning it. I mean, honestly, every day I hear employers say to me, just bring me a kid who has a great personality who has a great work ethic who can communicate not just over text message like someone who can actually look me in the eye and be personable. All of these things really matter so again, like if you take a kid that Has those things and no college degree. They're way more appealing than the opposite. Holy cow. I mean, you're talking about soft skills. I am Very much. So. So, what has happened? Video games? Um, our noses in our phones. What's happened? I think so. Yes. Um, you know, the other thing that I notice is happening is that how these kids are looking for jobs is probably hurting them. You know, Statistically when you apply online, 97 to 98% of resumes that go in. Wind up Never getting a call back. So the odds are already against you. And so I think just applying to more jobs online is not going to get you anywhere. You really need to be networking. You need to be talking to recruiters. You need to be thinking outside the box in terms of How you're actually farming opportunities. So when you say talking to recruiters I mean, a 20 something Can make that outreach I thought, you know, recruiters were for the high end CEO jobs paying minimum six figures. Absolutely not. Even in my firm. We get paid to place entry level candidates and again. I think it's because employers are just struggling so badly right now to find good people. They might be getting a lot of applications. But again, nobody's reliable. I don't know why this is happening so much right now Post pandemic, But it's really a problem. And so, yeah, I mean, employers are willing to pay fees to find good people. So absolutely anyone and everyone right now should we took talking to as many recruiters as they can, in my opinion. Wow. We're speaking with Jackie Tucci. She's the founder of Gucci and Associates, which is a coaching firm for twentysomethings, also author of a book called Almost Hired. We're Talking about why Recent College grads are struggling to find work in some cases. So, um, let's say you are speaking to a room full of 20. Something's um What would you tell them about how to research finding Recruiting firm Besides yours, obviously, but like, how did they cast a wide net can just Google recruiting firms? What should they do? Sure, And I think obviously, the best case scenario is if they know somebody that's had a good experience with a firm. That's a great place to start. So they might ask people in their network. Even you know, their friends, their parents, whoever, um, you know if they've had a good experience with a firm, if the answer is yes, that's where they should start. I also think there's nothing wrong with running a basic search and just like starting with a long list of different firm names Either in your area or.
"gordon" Discussed on Podcast 42
"All right. Gordon wanted to try this beer. What was it again. Some sweet beer. That came out of mary poppins. Beer cooler sweets cherry chocolate from mountain walking brewery. It's a bird liner vice. It's a sour. Yeah pretty much well montana. Let's start with lord case. She falls asleep during the episode So yeah i can keep going back to montana one. Let me preface. Was i not a fan of chocolate. And i'm not a fan of cherries. And that i sip was a chocolate cherry sip and the second sip was just as bad. So i'm gonna give it a one if i have to you. It's up to you get to choose now. I mean like. I would not drink this at all at all. If it was the only beer on earth. I would now be sober. Drink this. I did forget to mention base. Our ratings on a six pack one being the worst six being the best. This makes sense to everybody but well known canadian and kissimmee. I'm not gonna. I'm gonna go next. And i actually agree with you. I don't like chocolate chariot all if you'd like chocolate covered cherries and you might actually like this because it tastes exactly like chocolate covered cherry. Which in my opinion is disgusting. I didn't think it was super salary. Is that a word salary. Sour now sour full sour. Look a walking the source full of sourness. But i didn't enjoy it just because of the cherry chocolate combination. I'm also going to give it a one. Yeah let's not sabrina. I'm a fan of chocolate cherries. And i'm not a fan of the beer bouquet. The i. I didn't really get a whole lot of cherry. I got more chocolate and a lot of chocolate. Which is surprising because it's so pink. I don't think chocolate alcohol really mix well except for maybe like elise or something but like wine and beer doesn't go through this every time when we talk about stoute's and how we like chocolate stout down everybody but lauren. This room like chocolates doubts shoveling. Stoute's else chocolate like a coffee. Chocolate stout is like our ideal drink for a stout. Yeah i guess so. Now that we had the other day was really a bourbon barrel as one. I know we only had one more we could have shared with. Sabrina drank. it probably wouldn't have liked it anyway. Let's be honest. Probably not probably would have liked it about as much as i like this beer which is not so. It's probably wouldn't. Did you go secretly drink trying to be heard seriously. We don't have it anymore. Coconut cream pie. If you do good lord and get to try that one lors elsevier get on that one coconut did you give a rating before we got unattainable one. Okay beer master. He's swishing. it's okay. I've had a chocolate covered cherry sour and this not nearly as good as that one that i had before this one. It's it's not bad. It's got good flavor to it. You get the chocolate either cherry and there is the slight bit of nila in there. I feel like to balance them out. Overall. it's a smooth sour. It says 'berliner wife but it's total sour I'm going to give it a three because it's a balanced beer for what it is. It's not the greatest. It's not the best but it's not bad. Well you're in luck because between his glasses because nope but between these four glasses only two beers that means you're good to drink at all your just opened a high low debt doesn't count towards your three beers this one. It does not doesn't now. i can't have it. Laura could be sick nope she's not fully vaccinated for two weeks well while we're discussing that. Why don't we get into some gordon. Ramsay and mary poppins facts. Mary poppins fix to. Yeah but i have the right all right. I have to read the gordon ramsay facts. I mean i felt it was fitting. We divided it up well. I just handed him. Gordon ramsay facts. Because i thought that there was only one person that we were just going to alternate every other. What i listen dammit. He said mary. Poppins and gordon ramsay facts and i delivered when we start with some gordon. Ramsay facts. He was born in johnstown scotland and raised in stretford up. I've avon avon because avon's calling england. He founded his global restaurant group. Gordon ramsay restaurants. Wow that took a lot of thinking in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. I know what i was doing. Ninety seven a yeah. You were a senior in high school. No jackass. I was eighth grader. Starting freshman year of high school high school. We're getting a gordon. Ramsay restaurant here in orlando. We are a quick service. Gets quick what i don't care. Fish and chips. I'll be there those a call kipper youth to call chip. Parise actually be chipper to work. There just never be in the restaurant since when they called chipper. He's i don't know it sounded good. I was going just went along with it. You still question does. Have we ever lied to you. Chris every day that's not true. Don't talk to you drunk. She's drunk on pfizer. Or as my daughter calls pa- pfizer. Madonna it with madonna during that you got there and he doesn't even know what she has no idea. I didn't see it either. I don't know really what they what they put in my arm and then there was a baby so the other gordon ramsay restaurant they know about in the united states is also quick service. It's burger joint. So i'm wondering if there's a like a full service ramsey restaurants somewhere here in the united states or a well. There's not to be this the u. Red rock yeah and nevada. Red rock nevada had one at that resort. la had one to new york had one And vegas has got hell's kitchen one. Yeah okay so the night searching the names of places at me yes. We show names places. We shouted locations louis. California new york can't places in a huey lewis saw trouble but i also think a bunch of them have also closed down to yeah because like he does not he no not even a covert like through some are but he just doesn't renew his lease. Okay it's like a pop up restaurant for the lease will the hell's kitchen one probably closed. Because they never made any money. 'cause they always shut it down in the middle service. I mean as make the risotto. I'd be really mad if they didn't shut it down in the middle of service. Actually this is coming from the guy who wants told me he was gonna make Cranberry chutney and then went to the store and both sauce. And it's the best cranberry salsa you've ever had isn't it no yes it is. It was too mild. He can't handle the spice stage. The heartburn publix makes the best thing. Cranberry chutney out there. I look forward to that every year. I just eat it out of the package. I know so did the rest of us because you didn't give us any silverware plates..
"gordon" Discussed on Podcast 42
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The Mindful Minute
"gordon" Discussed on The Mindful Minute
"Gordon that was lovely to listen to thank you you're welcome. Those are some of my best friends. You know all of them not a bad word to say you know just so many happy voices all right. Y'all i hope you enjoyed this first. Little conversation and experience with gordon. As much as i did there will be lots more to share with you both here on the podcast and within the app shoreline be sure to check out the show notes for all the links and details by guys. Thanks for listening to the mindful minute. If you're enjoying these episodes consider joining me for the recording of this podcast. Every monday night during my live virtual meditation class. If you tune in for the live class you get the bonus content that isn't included in the podcast episodes. There's always time for qna and there's always the chance to connect with me. Personally i would love to see your faces and better yet. If you leave me a review of this podcast screenshot it. Email it to merrill at merrill are net dot com. You get your first class with me for free. Email your review to merrill m. e. r. y. l. at merrill are net and e. r. y. l. a. r. n. e. t. t. dot com. Get your first class for free. You can find out the schedule how to register all of that good stuff by going to my website and merrill arnett net dot com. Thanks again for listening. I'll see you next week..
Overtime with Paul Carcaterra
"gordon" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra
"We all have bad days. I mean john. Gordon has bad days. Everyone has bad days. When you get into a rut. What do you personally do to kind of bounce back and get back on track. I do have bad days. And when i deal with depression and all my issues over the years i had to learn how to deal with them and i want people to know. It's okay to not be okay. We're all going to have bad days bad time. This is not about pollyanna positive. This is not about in the world. Do rose colored glasses. This is knowing that. You have the power to overcome the thorns. This is not about ignoring reality. This is about maintaining optimism and belief in order to create a better reality. So what. I'm having bad days. I speak truth and words of encouragement to the negative thoughts and the fear. That's coming in. So i'm always speaking truth. I'm doing that a lot. And the more you speak those words of encouragement the more you walk in that truth you walk in that power so instead of being a victim of those thoughts you empower yourself with encouragement and best technique. I teach to any athlete. Any person in any field is to talk to yourself. Don't listen to yourself. So that's the key thing that i do. Also i also know it's going to pass this too shall pass it's a bad day and i i chug it up okay. This is a weird day so rough day. I'm i'm going to try to have his little conversations as possible with people. So i'm just gonna avoid because it's a bad day so i'm gonna make sure just let it go not going to be myself up but i'm gonna just moved through it. Wake up the next day and hopefully make it better and then the best thing you can do besides feeding yourself. I'll take that walk of gratitude. Caller thank you. Walk can't be stressing at the same time so while you're walking you just practice gratitude and when you're doing that you're putting your brain and body with these positive emotions that uplift you rather than the stress hormones that slowly drain you so when you appreciate you elevate so by doing that. Most almost every day. You you're building a minus ready for great things to happen a fertile mind but when those days come in that is not fertile and it doesn't feel good will on those days. You're making sure that you're trying to feed yourself with with something else or the best leaders encourage someone.
Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"gordon" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Oh there was wavy gravy which Let's see if i can find the. It's sounds wild. I don't necessarily know what my flavor of wavy gravy would entail. But it is hippy. Esque it's got tie-dye. It is caramel. Cashew brazilian nut ice cream with chocolate hazelnut fudge swirl and roasted almonds it is a legendary cult classic named after the iconic nine hundred sixty s in woodstock mc is it. Is it all different colors or is it one. What is i gotta look at was wavy gravy was retired in two thousand and one thousand one apparently joined cousins peanut butter and jelly white. Russian and dastardly mash. Dastardly mash was ben. And jerry's flavor. Oh my god. Here's a picture of wavy gravy with the wavy gravy. Yep if they ever get rid of jerry garcia. I'm going to be so upset. All i know is that they're bringing something back and i think it's probably in the flavor graveyard like sexy back Kinda sweaty bowls. Yes yes yes. It is manila. Ice cream with a hint of rum loaded with fudge covered rum and multiples. Okay are correct. I'm a little disappointed by the way wavy gravy looks in the carton just like ice cream. I isn't it like tie-dyed colors as especially vibrant ice cream. And this is like vanilla like superman ice cream. yes but You wanted to match the outside. Which is a nice tie-dyed. Yeah the carton. The carton looks awesome. that's why it was retired. They couldn't they couldn't love do it at the put in the flavor graveyard. We got totally off subject. Here did you see. Did you Headstone for it. Is you already read. It did not like was. I not paying trying to find its. I wasn't paying attention wavy gravy. Just so there's no confusion we thought we oughta warn ya. Wavy gravy isn't dead. He lives in california. No such luck for wavings flavor. We've been wrong before we will give up the ghost. If you won't so what are you waiting for. Okay okay After that tangent brahms stoker's dracula. Lucy wisteria stella was annoying. Victim of the vampire dracula. Lucius episode is an unknowing victim of dixon. If she wasn't so wasted she wanted to drank. The funky juice. Right would have been knowing the showdown between salmon. Gordon after gordon turns off the lights is reminiscent of the similar scene involving clarice starling. Buffalo bill during the climax of silence of the lambs. My dad was in and my basement. When the fight is over with gordon dean stats next to a sign that says one hundred eighty three days of just possibly a reference to how long he has left in his deal. Worry this episode features the demise of recurring antagonists. Gordon walker. thank you jesus. Brown was forced to leave the show due to commitments with the lifetime. Television series army wives. He actually said he was horrified. At gordon's actions in this episode. How could you not be horrified of ripping people's heads off..
Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"gordon" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"It makes sense. You got the two little that. I did that exact motion to you. I was like what has the two little things on the paper so it looks like a vampire bite so my swingline will forever known as my paper vampire from now on because that's hilarious to me. That also sounds like a really bad child's book might empire gory surgery empire. Oh my god that sounds like an adventure story now. Okay we got. We got a young adult now. Go okay what if we choose your own adventure. So dean kills lucy. Because there's no cure the brothers. The brothers locate in confront dixon but are interrupted by gorry gordon in kubrick rick. That guy like as nutty sandy escape. But in the mayhem. Dixon kidnaps courted. I know though. Dixon had planned on using gordon food. The hunters continuously hunter continuously taunting him to feed him his blood which he didn't feed him. That's enact that's inaccurate. Feed him his blood. He cut gordon cut himself and then kind of smashed it together like a blood brother. A blood pack thing. Yeah when the brothers having been informed of bill having been informed by bella of gordon's location which she discovered using a ouija board of the rioted dixon's hideout they discover that the impure gordon has escaped elsewhere. Gordon returns to cubic the kills him in self defense. He stuck his hand in the man's stomach chest area. Which is right in that cavity. Yeah okay as night approaches. The brothers have not been able to find. Dean plans to go after gordon while sam stays hidden but sam disapproves in confronted about his reckless behavior since his deal dean relents agrees to behave more like his old self again. Gordon later call salmon dean threatening to kill young woman if they do not meet him they head to the location and find the woman but gordon uses a roller door to separate the brothers. The woman is revealed to be a vampire. Turn by gordon. Modena's forced to shoot her with the colt. Sam decapitates scored with a razor wire. Other brothers later. Stop on the side of the road to check the rattling noise. Made by the impala in dean begins teaching. Sam had a pair the car since his time is running out. Oh man q. Brotherly moment but how. Many times have salmon. Dean had the conversation of like yo stop stopping reckless. Even though you're going to die indeed like yeah you right okay. And then he gets reckless. What are we episode. Seven of this every day pretty much at least minimum every other episode. Yeah oh man but that piano the piano wire who oh my god. This episode was so so gory unnecessarily. Gory like didn't have to in all the other times we've had vampires. That's never been that bad. No in like whenever gordon killed those two girls the two vampire girls..