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Fresh update on "gordon ramsay" discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Sailor who fell overboard survived for fourteen hours in the pacific ocean by floating on a large piece of garbage. Sorry i was our other engines said united. Yes oh unfortunate. I will willingly play along with any kicking of united as they are sworn enemy. By the way. Michael we got a whole bunch of texts from people who also loved the great british show. I have not seen that one. Ought to check it out with my kids. Because i kinda like those shows highly popular show. Okay you know. we're we're nailed it people but we'll check out the british baking show thing now. Is it merely baking show with brits. I mean because that doesn't sound that arresting so the bravely it is a low stress cooking competition show right so you don't have gordon ramsay yelling people and telling him they're an idiot sandwich while holding a bread to ears right for instance that but you get to see the stuff of like the eiffel tower cakes and so it's a it's a low stress low pressure just very soothing. Watch that people seem to really enjoy okay. Then people order something to be delivered to their house and don't cook. Because how do you go on. Gordon ramsay show and you you know he's going to ask you to make risotto. You're not so coming up. I prepared a great time expense blood sweat and tears of feature on people who actually went to school board meetings or rope superintendents question the the local teachers unions and what happened to them wanting interesting. Also controversial gavin possibility. How do we feel about a teacher's union figure winning gavel award for covert hypocrisy because normally it's a government figure. Sure that's one. I think it's fine to so we'll have that coming up too. So did you know this. The trial is next week. Over with the derek chauvin. The former police officer charged with killing. George floyd last year. Oh wow and minneapolis has hired a bunch us social media influencers. The city has hired social media. Influencers to help spread the cities message and tried to dispel misinformation during the trial. Why we're going gonna have his interest they're going to have like a war room to see you know what stories are spreading around the country about this trial and then they're going to try to combat that if they have to well. I feel. This is a direct example of the mean. Konami i feel this is mean konami. Yes and assuming for the moment that they will be putting out truthful messages. It's also a great idea to get out in front of the twisted rumors. Yeah i'm doing this story more for the fact that this is now a thing than this this trial particularly although i think it will be interesting to follow in. It starts next week. This is clearly something that you need to do. But with the fact that the city's doing it that's so interesting The minneapolis city council voted friday to support a one point. One eight million dollar joint information system plan focused on timely and relevant communication with the community during periods of heightened tension right. So they're worried that for instance some story will come out go around wit people up and they'll have riding in the streets and it might not be you know true at all or or accurate or whatever and they want to be able to push back at that well right and as a guy who sat through trials just because i'm interested in the process. Distilling six hours of testimony into a single headline is bound to be misleading. How sensationalistic again. This is just so interesting this is this is the future of communication. The six influencers that they hired again. They spent a million dollars on this. The six influences that the city hired will have a large local following and be considered trusted messengers. Who will send city generated an approved messages under the approved. Postal each of the influencers. And we pay two thousand dollars How did yeah. The whole deal had lost over. A million minneapolis get. Somebody's many apples neighborhood and community. Relations staffel choosy influencers who will specifically target the messages to members of black native american east african maung and latino ex communities according to cbs minnesota. Just say latina. I said it because it's here in the hill. Article latino is not a thing. People are of hispanic descent. Do not know what it is or like it. Do you realize that white college graduates. It's white people telling brown people how to refer to themselves. What could be more racist than that. Anyway this might be the future of the world you have a police shooting in your town and immediately influencers need to get on social media and get out you know push back against any false narratives before the riot starts long as it's truthful that smart armstrong and getty interested in learning more about immigration and the changing dynamics of blackness join smithsonian's national museum of african american history and culture and the university of maryland center for global migration studies for a virtual symposium beginning march fifth here from scholars activists filmmakers and others about what it means to be black in america through the lens of immigration. You don't wanna miss it. Registered today at nsm. A i see that s. I dot edu forward slash m. a.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on KNSS
"Gordon Ramsay, Not not the Wichita police chief of the other guys. Chef Gordon Ramsay, the chef. Calling out the British government covert lockdown. Gordon Ramsay called out the UK government's pandemic lockdowns, the chef and restaurant owner said they caused utter devastation and have been incredibly costly, He told the sun quote. I get criticized for being wealthy, but the responsibility on my shoulders the lively That stake is huge. The reality competition host said that his UK restaurants lost 80 million worth of turnover, He added 14 million worth of bookings in his restaurants were wiped out overnight. Ramsey has 18 restaurants in London and 35 worldwide. The hospitality industry has been the hardest hit by the pandemic, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said. Restaurants should be able to open May 17th Michelle Pelino Fox NEWS. Let's get up close with the celebrities. Fox CELEBRITY PROFILE With Andra Day and Lee Daniels of the United States vs Billie Holiday Singer songwriter day transforms for her first leading role in a feature film Beyond just the relationships would likely and Tasha Google, I guess proved to be the most useful, really like every book that I couldn't everything, but particularly there was a clip on YouTube, where Billie Holiday's just sort of talking with her baby. And you're so money, emotional moments in their directed by Daniel's. The film follows the jazz icon targeted by the government for performing her protest song Strange Fruit. Would I respect most about her was her determination and her ability to stand up to the government. She was just determined to do it her way. I don't think she looked at herself as we do, which is now a civil rights leader. Why was she really in trouble when just about the drugs is about the song? They also shared? What surprised her to learn about holiday degree to which the government after her and then her, Max. Is the United States vs Billie Holiday premieres February 26th, on whom? Ashley Barkin Fox News theaters in New York, setting a re opening date. New York is about to give Hollywood studios a big boost. The city will reopen movie theaters after being shut down for nearly a year due to the Cova 19 pandemic theaters are set to reopen March 5th with strict guidelines in place for those the venture into the darkness. This is good news for studio since the city is the country's second largest Get behind Los Angeles. New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, made the announcement Monday. He's been criticized for keeping them shut down while allowing bars and gyms to reopen as covert 19 numbers decrease across the state. The National Association of Theater owners and a statement said. This is an important step in the recovery of the entire industry. Michelle Pelino Fox News. Marriage plan between an actress and a football star Shailene Woodley confirms she's engaged to Aaron Rodgers. We've been engaged for a while, telling The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, The NFL quarterback is incredible, but admits she doesn't know much about his career because I don't know that I know it was like the nerd who wants to host jeopardy. You know, like that's the dude I know Roger, sparking headlines recently revealing during a press conference he was engaged without saying too. Who is 10 Episode stint as the guest host of Jeopardy will kick off on April 5th Kristen Goodwin Fox News,.
'MasterChef Junior' star Ben Watkins, 14, dead from rare form of cancer
"Rare disease has claimed the life of a 14 year old Gary Boyd, who competed in the TV cooking competition show Master Chefs Junior Ben Watkins died and Lurie Children's Hospital, where he was being treated for a rare form of cancer that his doctors said only affected about a half dozen other people. Statement from his grandmother, Donna Edwards, says Ben suffered more than he Sharing his 14 years on this earth, But we take solace that is suffering is finally over. And in the end, Ben knew he was loved by so many. He lost his parents in a murder suicide. When he was hospitalized. Chef Gordon Ramsay and the cast of Master Chef Jr recorded a video. We know you can beat this strong as an ox, if you can beat me. The master of Gina Kitchen. Trust me, you could beat this, Ramsey said. On Twitter. We lost a master of the Master Chef Jr Kitchen today, Ben, you were an incredibly talented home cook and an even stronger young men.
Concepts of a Psychedelic Trip P. 2
"All right. Welcome to the dirt show. I'm higher peaks Innocent Lady Sativa and welcome to part two of components of a psychedelic trip. I hope you enjoyed the first part. Like I said before. We're GONNA go into some really crazy stuff now. Last time we finished off with geometry Which is my favorite and I think that the eight levels kind of explains in eight B. I guess nine levels nine said nine eight plus but yeah I? I think that explains kind of the profound part of the trip. Which is I feel like the most important. But this time we're going to start off with actually fractionals. That's another common component in this visual geometry. These are a concept that exists within mathematics and can be described as complex patterns that repeat infinitely into themselves allowing for the same self similar image to be found no matter how far you zoom into any of the image. I think most commonly. That's what I see the geometry that I see as fractionals if you look that up online Google images. Those are pretty similar. Now good but really creepy is about an hour ago. I opened my phone and I was on a Frac Dole geometry page and I don't know how it got there. Is that not creepy? Yeah see there watching and listening always you know but hopefully maybe they'll raise our our stats right all right. All right specialties in law enforcement out there you know we hope you're inflating our stats for us. We appreciate it. Good looking out to your friends but fractionals. Yaffe look those up and actually I just want to make a point here. I hope I do. Not messes word up. But I believe it's ship bows ship. He Bows Arch Abell Shiva. Bows that the first one if you look that up that is there's I bleeding. It's an Amazon try or it's a tribal group that has been known to use. Iowa for a long time not like Amazon. Like you go online and buy something like actual Amazon guys. Maybe I don't quote me on that. I know you've been stuck inside for a long time but there's other things called like the Amazon. This is this is not mail order. I O Oscar right but if you look that up on Google that art diffraction images that kind of artwork is almost dead on so if you looked at At sperling cool too yeah and those tribes. They are Like I said well known for a long long long time of doing Iowa and they have. That's their artwork. And so it but if you look at it they've really kind of nailed it how it looks. Yeah good examples there. They had good notebooks in their head in their head. And I guess the stick in a piece of wood. I don't know I don't know. Yeah all right. A hallucinatory state. The fourth century effect is perhaps the most profound subjective sensory effect that the psychedelic experience has to offer there manifested as two distinct affects which come in a variety of different intensities external hallucinations. Right which we know. That self explanatory internal hallucinations. Which again is a self explanatory? Well it's closed. I think it's open Iverson's closed is where we're getting at here Maybe why I didn't put the definitions in. But maybe internal like I could see like I was building an insane asylum with my eyes open staring at something. Yeah so I still building stuff but my eyes were opened. I will see it. That's why I said it was at the ocean. Because the glow stick I was going back and forth and staring at anyways Enron experience. Yep exactly transforming hallucinations internal external the and the transforming hallucinations. Remember are things changing shape from one thing to another so it could be from a solid object to geometry or could be you know from solid object to another solid object But that could be both internal and external and I don't know but a lot of times they separate the transforming part from the other hallucinations right and I don't know why other than the fact that it's maybe it's more of a true hallucination in the sense that you can something can change into something else. That's real like a table. Could turn into a chair. Say Yeah Okay. Go ahead as these states of imagery become increasingly elaborate proportional to dosage of course They eventually become all encompassing full-fledged. Three D. Hallucinations which surround the person in fashion similar to dreams. This creates a feeling that one has broken through quote unquote into another reality. The things which occur within this perceived alternate reality can be anything but generally fall under common archetypes such as contact with Automata not automaton autonomen. I don't know what the fuck I was auto bought. It is not an Autobahn Thomas. Entities imagined landscapes and scenarios. That can seem so. Unlike anything previously experienced that they are in all probability untranslatable into English so in other words we wouldn't understand them. It would only be something. Our Mind could understand yen. Unfortunately I think a good portion of upper doses of psychedelics are like that even I cannot describe the geometry that I see does a really good job. But it doesn't you don't you don't really understand the complexity and just like your whole don't you don't understand imagery just like a book. Anybody who reads the book will get something different out of it. Everybody will picture a person in the book differently. Good analogy I'm sorry but here's a good example twilight to me. I don't think the characters matched up as the movies. So there we go. I me mentally. I thought of somebody completely different for everybody in there. It's just you know the way. The book explains something compared to what somebody else season their minds. I you can't make somebody see what you see. No you can't explain what you see to somebody exactly the way you see it. No imagination is so I mean that's just it. It's imagination. That could be anything. Some people have it. Some people don't And I think like what we're talking about. Here's what you've experienced you'd have to either be high doses of You know acid. Lsd Or say mushrooms. But you know like emt trip this will be common in regular EMT trip and the Thomas entities which we're GonNa get into seems to be really common with DMC and again all. These things are so abstract right but not only is the person who's under the influence comprehending it in their own way. I mean there's got to be so much influence on how they comprehend that vision. Yeah it'd be again like use like looking at a painting. What you see is going to be different than what I see Even though we're looking at the same colors in the same picture yeah. We're going to comprehend in two different ways. It might be pleasing to you and I think it's shit this is. This is so Gordon Ramsay shutout. The content of these experiences are often described to fill transcendental mystical spiritual and religious in nature regardless of the trippers theistic beliefs. And that's important to realize because it's saying that it basically supersedes anything that may have been there before The tripper demis each individual person. There you go. Yeah but also to like I had said in this geometry plus Dosages these are the transcendental so for a lot of people they might take an eighth and not necessarily hit that point epiphany of any sorts. They might not see an insane asylum like yes time. Yeah so that's you. My immunity was apparently a lot lower than because I cannot do that now. I can barely last time last time we did do it like actually solidly tried to do. It was when I was watching Harry Potter. And it took me until you were almost out of your trip in order to get into mine well again. That's the thing it's you can try to time things. It's it pissed me off and the only reason why you continue to trip is because I turned on Harry Potter. And you're like oh I just remember. You were tripping out next to me like the blanket all the way up to your chin staring at the TV. And I was all sitting up with the pillows in my arms crying because it was so cool. Yeah just because you're crying in the corner doesn't mean it's a bad trip.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on House of Carbs
"Well sure that there's a lot of appeal to that. What i i don't wanna step on your story. What did you think of the show. Oh i thought it was awful. It was one of the worst food t._v. Shows i've seen in a very long time and no disrespect to any of the cultures that he <hes> you know thankfully put a spotlight on but it was just the the premise of the show is just such a huge iro in in terms of how he was essentially taking a <hes> a history lesson in terms of the indigenous ingredients and <hes> the cultures and everything and he you basically at the end of the show or at the end of every episode he cooks a meal for the locals who kind of show them the different ingredients and the different techniques that eh cultures use in their cuisine and ultimately he'd like he cooks with a very well known chef of that region and in the very first episode he already tried to make it a competition between him and that other chef was just like why are you doing this. All like all you really need to do is highlight right these these sculptures highlight these people highlight you know the the businesses that they have for decades and decades kind of built into local culture instead she kind of takes all of this you know inspiration and then he ends up making like shepherd's pie with breadfruit and you know local ingredients it's like he's taking these really fascinating concepts concepts on their own and then just turning it into dulles possible product ran so so the curious reaced thing to me. Was we already know that there is not a great appetite out there in terms of food t._v. Land food t._v. consumption. There's already a healthy skepticism. A well-founded healthy skepticism of middle aged white dudes going into what you know in a different era would be deemed exotic dodik destinations and then importing for the white masses you know the the white middle aged man's version of whatever over that exotic place had to deliver with its exotic foods like that's a bomb ass trope. We already know that it's it's it's been you know oh widely <hes> rejected the gamble. I feel like the the the national geographic folks must have been <hes> contemplating. Here was the combination of gordon ramsay. You know who's public persona is built on no it all asshole ism so like not the guy that you necessarily would put in a curious learning kind of environment you would expect him to to have the the rights you know sort of sensibilities to be generous but they i wonder if in the formulation of this because i'm trying to be generous i to the national geographics they thought we would get a different version of gordon ramsay and then ultimately what how he went to these places and he was just gordon ramsay well the the funny thing is we do get another <hes> another view of him. He almost literally shows his ass <hes> in one scene where he's trying trying to climb up a tree and he can't do it because he's out of shape and all of the locals make fun of him and the chefs make fun of him so he does get his come up in a certain way but ultimately he's the biggest food personality in the world as i as i wrote in that piece so like what does that really do like bruises his ego a little bit but it's ultimately really it's still a show all about him and that's kind of one. I thought food t._v. Was going to kind of step away from amid mid <hes> after you boring staff and amid a lot of these these cool netflix show that have <hes> propped up celebrating cultures celebrating the voices and the underrepresented.
Gordon Ramsay, Ramsey And New Zealand Ramsey discussed on Memphis Morning News
"Gordon Ramsay has hopefully cooked up another hit series only this one Ramsey takes viewers out of the kitchen stars the views of my school was a delicacy spiny plant the cactus on the edge of the cliff I was latest uncharted Ramsay visits global destinations to explore the culinary cuisine from all over the world improve the climbs mountains for specific cactus while New Zealand Ramsey will dive deep with his bare hands for a slippery and delicious easy all the National Geographic series of which is available to stream right now as far from the competitive kitchens court is known for but more like a cross between Anthony Bourdain and bear Grylls Michelle Pelino
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"To your instructors like Serena Williams and Gordon Ramsay to join that was hard like eight to trauma, months and is on impossible because of that first million. If I didn't have that I would not have been able to soar to spend all that time to try to pitch. And also because I didn't have an idea I could use that money to kind of explore. I don't see a traditional investor would have been okays than the year on biz Dev, basically, right? And that was a hard time, right? Because I kept telling him, and I actually be able to close anybody cold cold cold NL, I try, and then I remember the first time that we got our first. Yes was. From Dustin Hoffman. Actually, here's a is. I don't quite very often that was a year of work and finally got her first. Yes. And then I realized after we had three or four yeses it became much easier. It was also now you have a core group, isn't it's totally the same. As me the show. I remember it took me a long time to get one gassed in them. When I want to be every other EC was out you David on. That's great. Yeah. I'd love to come on chill. Absolutely. And with you that I have to say we went to about the fundraise it self. I wanted to talk him to the fundraiser to speak. If we decide the raises something we wanted to do when we before you said to me that maybe sending out the pitch stack. How some nuances ahead of time. How do you feel about sharing decks with investors? Pre-meeting david. I've tried everything I can to not do it. I can't think of one case where sent him to pitch down or sore pitch and the person then wanted to actually best. I think it goes back to it's really hard to tell compelling story. Inside the shack, especially out like the seed sage for the a stage attraction you're seen is like Enberg than fine. Even a c sage that was not what they saw. And so I will voided in any way, I can because it's much more effective to do it live. And of course, no, I do agree. And I have to say it sounds terrible. But it does also places the playing off to get if you say, hey, I'd the shirts you in person. It does kind of not be seen the harder to get mentality. And I think the trick is not to be rude about it so often personal sore Elvis ignored that question, our all the things I'm trying to avoid it because the trick is not to come off. It's rude or or as I do get you got one thing is conventional wisdom that maybe we push back on the other these conventional wisdom that is always sad nowadays is the founder should always be raising cows. Do you agree with this notion, and how do you advise found his own kind of relationship building? Between financing 's I think, you're always raising it can consume all of your life and as under burner. There are other things that you have to do to ensure that you don't run out of ask is just raised. You also want to build a great business. So I don't think you always need to be raising or always need to be put in tremendous on work..
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Gordon Ramsay and kitchen nightmares. That israel. How close is that to the actual kiss as we see in terms of that level of kind of demanding intense? You know, everything on the line like that real especially on top. Chef you've been on both sides. It depends on the person. Honestly, some chefs are more zen. Some chefs are people that freak out. It depends on the person. You know, I'm very much in the zone when we're when we're cooking. I'm on the pass everything must be perfect. And I may not be like the past the rail sits before the, you know, some honestly it depends on how I feel. I mean, some nights I may be like, you know, what is this like replayed this or I may be like, okay, just replayed this or this isn't really looked to two nice. So it just it depends on the mood. It depends on the intensity and the restaurant. Two hundred covers versus fifty covers you know, sometimes sometimes you just react differently. But I think the person dictates how the culture is. In the kitchen. Let me get back to that question from the listener on the website, the one eight dot org. Contrast, the popularity of cooking shows with the decline of individual meal prep. It's perplexing. What do you think of ghost kitchens and delivery as a business model first of all ghost kitchen? I don't know what that goes kitchen is. But the. The meal prep. I think I think is a great business model. There's a lot of people that do not want to cook. And they just wanna get a package with something already made or something that they can feel like they made in fifteen minutes. I think it's it's great. You'll see as you know business is going in that direction the food industry and more of these quicker prepare cheaper items. And I think ghost kitchen is what some people call virtual kitchen. It's like, it's a it's a delivery only restaurant. There's no storefront. There's no dining area. It's kind of built just for like door dash ubereats prepare it, and then send it out. Yeah. Well listener wrote on our website my nieces interested in a career in the food industry. What advice do you have for a young aspiring? Chef is there a job in the field other than being a head chef that you think would be fun and rewarding and still pay the bills. Yeah. I mean head chef is the know. That's that's what she should be striving for. But that's shouldn't be what she just jumps into directly. You know? I think getting a job at your local restaurant. That's you walk into and that's fairly busy just to see what it's like to actually work in industry. And if she can survive that for, you know, a year, then she should really take it seriously. The one biggest mistake you made on your way up but wasn't. In terms of advising. This person's niece. Biggest mistake I made on my way up is wanting things like really really quickly. So taking your time with them is probably the most important thing. And before I let you go. Your book also contains a few recipes. I'm an amateur cook I can feed myself, but I'm not feeding other people. What dish would you recommend that? An amateur cook tries something that's safe for me to start with before. The squash soup is very very simple. So the squash Flutie should do that one. I this. So there's no risk of me. Like, hospitalizing anybody? No, you'll be fine. You'll be fine. No can't cook. With a little love, and you'll be alright Kwami own watch is the executive chef at kith and kin his memoirs called.
Gordon Ramsay And Oscar James discussed on Jason and Alexis
"Are on the way. Congratulations to celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. He is going to have a fifth child. Get it. Okay. They actually they welcomed their fifth child into the world. They name their son. Oscar James
Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows
"I spent some time the other day checking out Pluto TD, the streaming service. It was in the news this week because Viacom the media giant that owns MTV, Nickelodeon and comedy central just bought the company for three hundred and forty million dollars. What is Pluto t the if you have Roku Amazon fire stick apple t the Unum. It you don't want wanna check this channel out. It has what it calls. It says it has hundred channels and thousands of movies. Let me tell you all about it. On today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham, so Petit is a very different animal than most other streaming services. They require a monthly subscription as in Netflix and Hulu or they offer movies on demand for a fee like voodoo all those other channels. They're generally aggregated of cable TV content. That's only viewable if users authenticate there. Cable account. Now, Pluto TV's a collection alive channels and some of them you've heard of like CNBC, cheddar, TV and CBS news, most you haven't most are homegrown channels offering movie, John Lewis, like comedy, horror and romance. Now, did I mention that everything is free on Pluto TV? There are a lot of movies and TV shows mostly older ones superman three in the line of duty with Clint Eastwood, the original nineteen sixty eight funny girl, and I found TV series like the old Roseanne show from the eighties hell's kitchen with Gordon Ramsay and the reality series, Kate plus eight now, you can watch the movies so-called live. It's the same movies. That are available on demand. All of them have commercials. There's a lot to watch. And because there are commercials. You will not be able to fast forward. That's the deal with the devil that you're making to watch the free service. But again, it's free. They got a lot of good stuff on there. It's easy to come. By if you have the Amazon fire stick the Roku streaming player. Apple TV, just add the app to your collection of entertainment apps, and you've got lots of programming to watch. Now, I have nothing to complain about. Because it's all free, right? What do you think of Pluto TV? Let me know your thoughts on Twitter, Reina, Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe on apple podcasts. Please favourite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone for listening.
Gordon Ramsay Touches Sofia Vergara, Makes Inappropriate Comments In Resurfaced Clip
"Controversy? Juicy. Somebody says something horrible or did something horrible. Browse. But. Right. All right, Bert box attracted almost twenty six million viewers in the US or its first seven days on Netflix. According to the Nielsen SVOD content ratings using said that of Netflix originals that it has analyzed bird boxes. Second only to stranger things season to falling short by less than a million viewers. So that's ton ton of viewers for bird box. We'll make it easy for you to wash it. You just click there and you sit in your pyjamas. And there you go entertainment. They're not advertising it at all. I mean, what if Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire start in Burbach? So that would be a movie. Mitzi cater in bird box who's mitigate or. All right. It was a serious question. I'm sorry. All right. Lorena Bobbitt is getting a true crime documentary series. That will be produced by Jordan Peele and air on Amazon prime for those of you that you not remember Lorena Bobbitt made headlines in one thousand nine hundred eighty one she cut off her her husband's when he was sleeping. We're not really sure what the whole me is suppose, it's probably going to be about the alleged incident. The trial aesthetic length one out of a window. We need answers. That's we need a deep dive on that as long as we don't go into what John Wayne Bobbitt was doing after the trial. Then I'm okay. Oh my God. I forgot he did. He's a filmmaker. Now, isn't he? Well, either way he's making something. All right. Doesn't. Yeah. That is a
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And I the one thing I do really like in terms of where we're heading society. And we talk about all the things that scare us and all the kids, and the campuses and everything the one part that I do like about the sort of youthful movement is when I was a kid, you know, I'm fifty four then sixty four Mark. I'm not sure fifty fifty. There's like all right. Well, it's time to start thinking about retiring, you know. Parole over there. Thirty years at the postal sorting center over there, and and it's time to start wrapping it up, and I'm like, I feel like oh, I'm just getting started. I got so much stuff. I want to do. And that is in terms of snapshot of where we are right now. That is a great thing that people are creating getting outside of their comfort zone and drop nouns and making movies and doing stuff that you know, I I wrote my first book when I was forty forty four. You know, I made my first docket fifty. You know, like this stuff didn't really in the past. If you're going to write a book, you wrote a book when you're twenty five made a doc when you're twenty eight but not all the stuff just keeps endless possibilities. Yeah. It's nice. Yeah. Talk about that. I mean, you're I think Henry Miller actually didn't write start writing until he was forty now. Yeah. Thanks shitting on that. All right. You pick the one. The follow. You have to follow your bliss. You had to follow the thing that makes you burn a wanna do and. I feel like I have a lot to say. Well, also, keep going keeps me going. It's kind of it's kind of a weird sort of careful what you wish for because all the guys I meet my stepdad worked at Lockheed for thirty years electric, engineer, skunkworks, blah, blah, blah. Firemen when you meet a fireman. He's talked to that guy. He'll go. Well, when I'm when I'm fifty two will have thirty years in and I can retire full benefits full, pay whatever. And it's like we've done this. We hung this care it out in front of these guys my stepdad same way over Lockheed. It's like I'll have thirty years in when I'm sixty and so I can get full. And so there's this finish line. And they're looking at it going. Okay. When I get to fifty to stay home, get the check. So come to me, I want have we don't really have that luxury in our business. There is no finish line. There's just what's what's next, and it's kind of a. Careful what you wish for is. Is that sort of theme that I think about a lot which is I'm glad so didn't have a thing where I go. Hey man this time next year. I'll be able to punch out I'll be walking around my underpants screen. You do have a pension plan. You know, that you you do start receiving that you've been paying in. But doesn't mean you have to quit. Yeah. And it's probably doesn't pay as much as successful actor. All right. That's true. Dennis quaid. I wanna thank you for coming in. And Marc Joseph is well, and again, we'll keep you guys posted on everything dentist come back and pay us a visit sooner later, I really enjoyed it. Gordon Ramsay who's a very interesting cat came in a little earlier in the week. And we pre recorded a sit down with him. So just so you guys aren't jostled Brian in jeaner in with Gordon Ramsay because we nailed it a little earlier in the week. So enjoy Gordon Ramsay and the gang. Santa parola. Hey, Eric Stromer. Hey, Santa my thing. Hi, I'm Eric stroller. Let's not living the past listen to ace on the house because me and Stromer..
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"The guy had difficulty showing up. He just didn't show up and at some point talk to mom on the phone. And I said, you know, the boys not showing up and she said, I know he's underperforming a little bit. And I said, no, it's not about underperforming. It's about not showing up at a realize. It's a we don't even know where doing so weird language of loser. In the kind of softening of the thing later on when he resigned, he said, I know if given a chance I would have proven what a great editor. I was and I thought given a chance you didn't show every day, and he didn't underperform he didn't show up very different than not than underperformed. Let's stop using words the soften this landing. And by the way, why correct? If it was a under performance that sort of me being a hard ass. That's not him not showing up. Let's please call. What it is verse? So that it can be addressed like a doctor would do if you had a serious condition. Right. Have you noticed want to show this clip hearts underperforming a little bit? Gee, I'll show you this this clip, and it just kind of reminded me of sort of the language of losers Gordon asking wherever went is. Cheryl. This is my manager the kitchen and the front of house. Half do catering as well. It was with the place lack of customers. So why we need more customers? Native forget how to get more people. Thank you. And you're the manager from what a manager of DNA was wrong with the rest of the scary. Just this. This is a very forbade them version of language of losers. Why don't we have more money? We don't have more. Because selling customers that that's the basis version of it. They're more intricate versions as I spoke about, but it's it's pervasive. Now, everyone is just saying you say why were you late and they say because I was like like, that's the other thing. That's literally just telling you what you just said. These are dolts what's going on the problem in my business is fortunately, unlike a doctor surgery, Lois office, anybody can open a fucking restaurants, and it's based on that shit Ponti. Brian fucking amazing. Rush about them really the difference between cooking wait for some fucking drunk friends as opposed to cooking seven days a week to run a fucking every ingredient comes through that dole. You need to make money on because the minute you Dettori you a history expires at about forty. And then you have to stand out in amongst the competition and still survive in this climate. So as we want to percent Russians close in the first eighteen months because it's an ego thing as opposed. No. He's a fucking revenue Senate. It's a business. It's I- business. Remember that what is the profit margin amassing because I've heard it a few times we won't say on your establishments. But in general, the restaurant business, it's incredibly much lower than you would think very much. So they would run I'd say back in the nineties anything from eighteen to twenty percent ROI. Bottom line now is wanting between a sort of six eight percent of your lucky really think about that. So every. Hundred grand that comes in the door. You get seven grand of it. And then you gotta pay taxes gems for you to sell to to to make a hundred grand revenue. It's crazy. I think people think I think they picked your sort of fat Robert deniro just sort of walk around joint banging chick. Like, I think that's what it is. But it's not getting into the back in work in the last question for you. And I will tease it again. So it's been very cathartic. Gordon ramsay. You have you have a motor your high intensity. And you've also been through it you've been there and done that you don't have. I think there's a lot of people sometimes bosses sometimes politicians who did kind of grow up in a fairly pampered world. And thus when they see people that come from not much leave the guy. I mean, he didn't have the education parents have the money on the dole, blah, blah, blah. You come from the wrong side of the Shakespeare in tracks the gassing the moat. Yeah. Cowshed the the black and Brown groundlings were hanging around Gordon's neighborhood. You pull yourself up. You saw incredible failure and.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"So you didn't do like I appreciate you attempting to shit on my compliment. But I'm going to spend it another direction. For Gordon Ramsay to sit in a kitchen and cook every meal himself would be noble, but it's a higher achievement to have stuff going on in Vegas and New York and places where he's not even that to that level without him there that's a much higher achievement. That means you have taken this system and the skill set in bequeath it upon others and setup set it up in a way, it's a higher skill set to have people sort of doing what you did do without you in the bath. Do you feel better now bringing the right, but the other issue, you know, young young man's game? You can only work about sixty hours a day for so long. And so I have a five psych with my shifts five years loyalty. Six twelve months off developments research, get out get get should go come back to the volt with something different. So it's like not employing the kids, and I don't wanna keep them beating the kids because you know, with the kids coming to Meyer. They don't fucking walk in demand. The check in fucking white truffles that don't work in the business. I don't want that on the stomping fuck as Ramsey's become tell them off. No, you wanna you want to work in this business. You fuck off to the chef something difference and come back to the fall with something new to improve in house the business. Don't take for granted. Because y'all man runs at the take from it. So. I don't to be stunning behind the stove the line suffering my fucking fourth heart attack, fifty fifth birthday. So you need to you need to empower delegate and bring forward that that that modern touch of what it's like to teach. An I am fucking good teacher. I'm firm I'm fair. And I will give you everything I've got to get to the very top. Because I got great knowledge and being unselfish. I think today's one of the most important things, and that's it. No bullshit. So I take a lot of flack for being straight and honest, but I'm not worried about that fucking snowflake generation the company said that it shit start again. Well couple. I have this theory. I was watching a clip from. I think it was twenty four hours to helm back where the clip was from kitchen nightmares kitchen. Nightmares? I have this thing this thing, which is the language of losers. Like the answers that people gave you a number one. I did my best after they fucked up royally. That's an insane answer to give to Gordon Ramsay or Adam Karol or anybody who's done anything. Not don't tell me you've done your best. I've been noticing a kind of a weird shift in a language where like I'll even it's just sometimes it's just a way of speaking. Like, oh, do you have the stats on this? And that and it go not off the top of my head. And I'll go, oh, but you have them and they'll go now go we'll go get them. But it's up saying not off the top of your head say, no, you don't have them at all zero zero at them. I had situation where I was employing a young person at the other shop or the car was so the cars and the production everything and..
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And now, Adam cool. Yeah. Get it on got to get it on a job. They get on the welcome. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for telling the friend. I'm excited to talk to Dennis and Dennis and Mark today and Gordon Ramsay as well. So packed show. I when think lifelock and go to lifelock dot com or animal. Lows lowest calms I She him. had for this half of the show. Dennis quaid. Great to see my friend to see you, Adam. We will talk about the album out of the box. And we'll talk about the connection it has to me and no safe spaces and many more things. I must tell you that breaking away your earliest movies inspired me really throughout my whole life like concert of bits and pieces. And it's one of those movies. I know people have those movies where everyone has their movie where they go. Oh, you haven't seen this movie? You should see this movie runaway train or something like that. It's like it's a good movie that people haven't haven't seen Jon Voight that before and this the other, but breaking away a great film. It's an inspiring film. Million years later, I made a boxing film called the hammer and the whole mantra the whole time is this has gotta be like breaking away. It's it's it's an underdog foam L local underdogs at that. I it was directed by an Englishman. It was written by a first generation check. And it's this midwestern American story, and I think that it's even better because of the people who made it they have a better perspective on us. I think at the time, and there's this charm that comes to it. And you don't it's about these locals that the local kids were you receiving not getting the benefit of these these kids who come from the outside. I you and they wound up on the cutters team. They're Stonecutters, right. Yes. But when we finished when we finish the movie afterwards it came out. They added a cutter a real really added a cutters team to that little five hundred and have ever since. Well, it's always it's always been a great example that I've explained to people which is a sports movie doesn't need to culminate in the seventh game of the World Series. Yeah. Sports movie should not be about the sport. It's gotta be about something else. Right. Be about second chances underdogs or there's something else. It's gotta be about. That's basic and universal. This is this little bike race that takes place in university of Indiana. And it's it's nothing. It's nothing you've heard of it's nothing anything except for you're on the edge of your seat the entire race because it means so much to the characters and you have so much invested. And I've always thought about it. Which is if you get to that point in the film, and you don't care then you failed us. As filmmakers when you get to that point in the film taking away you Geir. Yeah. You really care. It was it was fraternity race house. Now, how does that come? That was pretty much your first big role of. Yeah. That was my first big role..
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"And I didn't realize that it's big in my house. The what's it called the English? Great British making show. Okay. I haven't watched it. I just off. Sorry is that what it is? Yeah. Now, do you? Why I'll watch guy Fieri with diners drive ins and dive. And I I don't like to cook. I don't really cook. But I do like to watch others cook. Yeah. Point. Gordon? Ran Gordon Ramsay Gorno. Yes. Boy, I'm trying to remember the name of a different show. Hold on. Okay. Yeah. Gordon Ramsay like, I I would never want to work for Gordon Ramsay in the kitchen. I would just say don't turn your back Gordo. There's this one time that it was that one show where like he goes into save restaurants. The guy cooked chicken, and it was undercooked lost his mind. Throws against. Yeah. Gordo. Yeah. Paul favourite show is called southern Hungary. You know, your boy Rutledge wood. Yes, it's really good. And it's it's southern food which unbelievable. It's it's on. I think cooking channel southern in Hungary. You'll leave they're wanting to travel to these places. Rutledge is great county guy. Funny guy. Good show. Yes. Mclovin. You guys ever seen the one where people try to out cook? Bobby flay? Yeah. That's a wild scene and Bobby wins every time even though it's there like a rocky movie. He writes the script before you know, how that works, and he has his celebrity friends Keti main was in there judging apparently they drink wine together. And he I totally thought he gave them an unfair. Yes. You you watch more cooking shows or like home shows like fixing up homes or buying homes now like fixer upper. No, I watched buying Alaska last night once a little bit of that. My lottery dream. Oh, I started watching that that that's a good one. Yeah. Okay. Do realize that the person who won the one point five billion dollar mega millions hasn't picked up the prize yet. And I'm not sure why is that where you say, you know, what let me get all of my finances in order here. I got to get somebody to help me with this money going to set up a LLC, or whatever it might be. But wouldn't you just make sure you got the chicken to the lottery people, you know, you can only claim that money once? Right. So you might as well have it's it's going to sit there, and as long as long as you don't lose the ticket, then you might as well sort of get your affairs in order. So that then when you disappear is seamless. Okay. You have one hundred eighty days to turn in your ticket. And I believe in in declare what you want you want the lump sum and Mark Cuban said, don't take the lump sum. Take the payout. So protect yourself. So the annual installments over three decades or you get eight hundred seventy seven million dollars lump sum. So you wonder what you would do with that kind of money. Like if you.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"It's very strange to me to have a hell's kitchen themed restaurant base on hell's kitchen where everything comes out late and undercooked. And yeah, the ships are just getting screamed at the competent screamed at their sweating into the soup all the time, and you could eat there yell. Yeah. It was a full restaurant. Is that the one from the TV show? I am mad at thinking. It is. I mean when they do the chant. No, they must film that. Now. A right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So is that where they send the winners when they're like your. Like, you will be a chef in Gordon. Ramsey's Las Vegas restaurant. They probably don't wanna sully his like real restaurants in Las Vegas. They don't want to sell e like kids. He probably has like, I know he he does that. There was a Gordon Ramsay burger place. And then I think there are like the very expensive legitimate like five star at least one that he has somewhere there. And I think they might not even have Gordon Ramsey's name in the rush. And they probably built this hell's kitchen thing 'cause like every contestant on health and not a culinary superstorm. Sorry to. Say no, and yeah, this thing was on the strip next to shake shack. Like, this was not, you know, the full Gordon Ramsay experience. It also I. I mean people who listen to our fright fest episode, no of them easily startled. I was. I take a picture of the outside and send it to you look Ryan. And that was like go inside like see what's inside like, you know, they asked even though was terrified that they would be like table for one. Will it to see? All right have a meal there that I didn't want. But right when I walked in. There's like a like a founder something like thing, there's lots of fountains, but this is like a regular size found, and then like all of a sudden a hologram of Gordon Ramsay walks. He's like Hello. Welcome to my restaurant. I'm like, oh my God. Yeah. I mean this. City say it's wrong. No, it must have been like triggered by me walking in. And like he says Hello. And then he like walks out of the thing. He doesn't come back. Does he have a funny quip or anything? Did he call you a cow? No, no, no. I think it was very excuse me, very professional just yell. Welcome me to the restaurant. And hope I had a good time or something. I mean, sure. But I send you a picture. I did take a picture. They like the wall of winners. Do I don't recognize. When I was like the show's been on for twenty four seasons or something insane. Like, yeah. I guess when you do like four seasons a year. A lot of time. They need to burn on FOX. Yeah. I went to a mall. It was very depressed. I don't know. Why went to a mall? I do not. Bathroom. I didn't really I went in Mandalay bay a little bit walked around that casino casino was way nicer than than SAM's town..
Utility responds after deadly gas explosions rock Massachusetts
"The governor of Massachusetts is declaring a state of emergency. After a series of deadly explosions rocked three communities close to Boston. This series of gas explosions and fires in the Merrimack valley left one person dead at least twenty hurt and scores of homes reduced to rubble. Governor Charlie Baker also appointing utility company ever source to help with recovery saying the main utilities response has been subpar the follow through just wasn't there. But president Steve Bryant with Columbia gas. Massachusetts says his crews did what they could when they could we've advanced this is rapidly as it could possibly be advanced. I don't think that anybody else managing. This would have been further down the road than we are at the moment Columbia gas saying it will cooperate with federal investigators thousands of meters. Need to be checked and crews are in the process of shutting off the
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Embarrassed to tell you what I've binged watched watching Gordon Ramsay Politis. Fish is amazing I'm watching master chef And there's. Gordon Ramsay screaming people and this particular episode that I watched over and over showed Gordon. Ramsay filleting a halibut and of course he did it. In two seconds perfectly there wasn't any flesh left on the skin of this halibut and now these eight or nine victims otherwise known as contestants master chef had to also. Fillet their fish perfectly. The, way Gordon Ramsay Ted And now I'm watching Gordon Ramsay and three other chefs yell at these these innocent contestants because they hacked at the fillet they. Didn't they didn't flayed. Correctly They chopped at it, they left a lot of meat on the. Skin and I'm watching it watching it and finally after hours of watching. Master chef and watching a British guy screaming Americans and other. Chefs nodding at them I realized. That it has come to this I used to watch mad men Star. Trek Star Trek the next generation not Voyager which was terrible but Star Trek the next generation I used to. Watch. Masterpiece theater I watch mad men I even. Watched episodes of this is us so. We could parody it and I realized that now I'm watching a British guy screaming Americans about how the fillet halibut I'm. Watching strangers people I don't care about of, know anything about I don't even know their first names. I'm watching them fillet halibut and I'm thinking it has. Come to this on my vacation when I'm alone, in the house I have found. Solace in, watching complete strangers fillet of halibut and being yelled at by, British guy and then I had this thought Let's say our civilization is destroyed In two thousand years from now the archaeologists and. Anthropologists are going through, the rubble and they find microchips they find USB's and they plug it into their computer system and they see a British man screaming at. Americans about how to fillet halibut In what looks like a church, setting everything is perceiving their, Rosa pews perfectly laid out. Stainless steel and then he has to. Assistant priests who, nodded everything he says and he yells at these people who are who are holding sacrificial knives they're holding sacrificial knives about how they, they filleted the, sacred halibut be very careful sealing, it they're very nervous and they're wearing garments they're. Wearing officials Sacramento garments that they can only wear at certain. Times and put on the table when they're, told to, their, told how to dress how to, stand how to hold the sacrificial knife, they will assume that this was a, religious event, just the way we do about the Mayans, and the Egyptians when we don't understand what was. Going on we say, well it must have been worshiping God they're gods and people look at Gordon Ramsay screaming at strangers in the future archaeologists anthropologists they will Oh well this this was clearly a religious service they had Sacramento knives, sacramental robes and they were cutting, up this this sacrifice this sacrifice of Alibaba under. Very strict guidelines what do you binge watch how do you. Feel when you binge watch what are the, binge-watching things, eight, eight eight six eight eight w., a. l..
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Eight eight eight six eight Awa LT I binge watched for hours one. Show I'm embarrassed to tell you what I binged watched watching Gordon Ramsay, politeness, fish is amazing I'm. Watching master chef And there's. Gordon Ramsay screaming people and this particular episode that I watched over and over showed Gordon. Ramsay filleting a halibut and of course he did it. In two seconds perfectly there wasn't any flesh left on the skin of this halibut and now these eight or nine victims otherwise known as contestants master chef had to also. Fillet their fish perfectly. The, way Gordon Ramsay Ted And now I'm watching Gordon Ramsay and three other chefs yell at these these innocent contestants because they hacked at the fillet they didn't. They didn't fillet it. Correctly They chopped at, it they left a lot of meat on. The skin and I'm watching it watching it and finally after hours of. Watching master chef and watching a British guy screaming. Americans and. Other chefs nodding at them I realized. That it is come to this I used to watch mad men Star. Trek Star Trek the next generation not Voyager which was, terrible but Star Trek the next generation I used to. Watch masterpiece theater I watch mad men I even. Watched episodes of this is us so. We could parody it and I realized that now I'm watching a British guy scream at Americans about how they fillet halibut. Watching strangers people I don't care about or know anything about I don't even know their first. Names I'm watching them fillet halibut and I'm thinking it. Has come to this on my vacation when I'm, alone in the house I have. Found solace, in watching complete strangers fillet and being yelled at by a, British guy and then I had this thought Let's say our civilization is destroyed In two thousand years from now the archaeologists and. Anthropologists are going through the rubble And they find Microchips they find USB's and they plug it into their computer system and they see a British man screaming at Americans about how to fillet halibut In what. Looks like, a church setting everything is pristine there Rosa pews perfectly laid out stainless. Steel and then he is to assistant priests who nodded everything he, says and he yells at these people who are who are. Holding sacrificial knives they're holding sacrificial knives about how they they filleted the sacred halibut be very careful at they're very nervous and they're wearing garments, they're wearing official, Sacramento garments that they can only, wear certain times and put on the table when. They're told to their told how to dress how to stand. How to hold the sacrificial knife they will, assume that, this, was a religious event just the way we do about the Mayans and, the Egyptians when we don't understand what, was going, on we say, well it must have been worshiping God their gods and people look at Gordon Ramsay screaming at strangers in the future archaeologists anthropologists they will Go well this this was clearly religious service they had Sacramento knives, sacramental robes and they were cutting, up this this sacrifice the sacrifice of a halibut. Under very strict guidelines what do you binge watch how do. You feel when you binge watch what are, the binge-watching, things, eight eight eight six eight w. a..
Carson Kressley Takes a Jab at Queer Eye Reboot
"Into Well, I I said this earlier I. Wouldn't. Go on these shows I mean that's the risk that you. Run Gordon Ramsay is gonna rip you and rip your restaurant to shreds. You have to know that going in this is. Not a new show so I don't, know if, you don't play anywhere if you don't actually do. The changes he suggests then you're going, to get bad press for, that if? The food's? Still is not good then that's. Your own deal isn't it Yeah that's your opportunity do better okay a former queer eye for. The straight guy
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Videos which makes. No damn sense but anyway Search for what. You're doing yeah that's productive actually jas. Will thank you I've also realized that. I have a problem. That I must admit, I must stand stand in our in our. Group and I, must have, must reveal that I have a problem with Gordon Ramsay television shows I love him. And I I realized that he is one, of my guilty pleasures I don't like. All of his shows I don't like the kid cooking crap I don't like. That but you know me. I don't like kids in shows a lot I don't like you know this junior and. This year I don't need that But Kitchen nightmares was has been one of my all. Time favorite reality shows for. Years you always talk about that. Show, yeah You know it's one of those. Fallback shows when I can't find anything else to watch that show brings me, so much joy because, I like seeing progress that's. Why I like those, decorating shows because I like. To see the beginning the middle and, I I love a good makeover I love. A, good so I like kitchen nightmares. But his new show, his new concept the twenty four hours to, hell and back oh I love. That show so much it's. On, Wednesday nights which so Wednesday's turned into a. Stellar night a television a lot going on 'cause I have New. York hi have Gordon Ramsay. And the doctor tumble barber and. So Great great night a television but this twenty four hours to hell. And back I get so invested in these families show what's, the, concept. So it's, kind of like kitchen nightmares but Ramsey rolls into town with a retrofitted retro. Great kind of retrofitted semi in the back of the semi is. Like a kitchen center it's it's like a it's like a control center there, is a there is, a industrial professional grade kitchen. In the back of. The semi and that's his, headquarters it's like ground zero for his, operation and he rolls into the town where. He, is going to be doing a. Kind of an ambush, makeover but unlike is other shows what makes, this one different is the people. Are being interviewed they think. They're, just being interviewed for a generic like restaurant. Makeover show I have no idea that it's associated with Gordon, Ramsay Seven twenty four hours yes and then, also usually, when, Gordon walks in to try a meal he's like well you know if they know. It's me they're going to put their best foot forward so now when he, goes to try their. Food when he rolls into town he's in a. Disguise So So they do. That and then after he takes the, disguise he's, like, y'all are you all are, screwed come out with me and he takes the whole crew and all the customers in the restaurant out to the. Semi at the top of the semi comes the, screen and he reveals to the owners that they have been secretly taping the restaurant hole and all of the shenanigans for. Weeks Wow and he does a super cut of all. The embarrassing things that have gone on any shows, this on a giant screen in front of the customers that were in there and in front of the owners and staff And then a clock appears and they have twenty four hours to renovate and redo that restaurant I Wow humiliation because the customers are sitting there going oh my gosh I just ate net gross. Nasty Restaurant, and I'm watching..
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"No not. During our show no, no no I'm getting loaded he's gonna be weird though that's right Maybe a. Little weird Before We'll just call you extra crispy weird Coming into the Exter- extra spicy I had a I don't know where to start the Leumi save the other thing for the. Next. Two segments okay I had a scary Larry conversation, that we'll talk about the next in the next segment I I did I did realize something. Yesterday Other. Than my YouTube vortexes which I've been in lately I know everyone's guilty of. Having them Bradley I know. Gets into his YouTube vortexes I've had mine lately with learning about social media and. Instagram and, making blogs that's what I've been doing my free time has been spent watching videos about. Making videos which. Makes no dams but anyway Boysearch for what you're. Doing yeah that's productive actually jas will. Thank you I've also realized that I. Have a problem that. I must admit I, must stand stand in our in our group. And I must, have must, reveal that I have a problem with Gordon Ramsay television shows I love him and. I I realized that he is one of, my guilty pleasures I don't like all. Of his shows I don't like the kid cooking crap I don't like that. But you know me I. Don't like kids in shows a lot I don't like you know this junior and. This year I don't need that But Kitchen nightmares was has been one of my all. Time favorite reality shows for. Years. Yeah you always talk about that. Show it's, a you, know it's one of those fallback shows when I can't find anything else to. Watch that show brings me so much joy because I like seeing. Progress that's why I like those decorating shows because I like to see the, beginning the middle and I and I love a good. Makeover I love a. Good so I like kitchen, nightmares but his new show his new, concept the twenty four hours to. Hell and back of I love that show so. Much it's on Wednesday, nights which so, Wednesday it's turned into a stellar, night a television a lot going. On Because, I have New York hi have, Gordon Ramsay, and Dr bumper and Great night a television but this twenty four hours to hell and back? I get so invested in these families, newer show what what's the concept so it's kind of, like kitchen nightmares but Ramsey rolls into town with a retrofitted retro greatly kind of. Retrofitted semi in the, back of the semi is. Like a kitchen center it's it's like a it's like a control center there is a, there is a industrial. Professional grade kitchen in the back of, the semi and that's his headquarters it's like ground zero for his operation and he rolls into the town. Where he is going to be doing a cut of an ambush makeover but unlike. Other shows what makes this one different is the people are being interviewed they think they're just being. Interviewed, for a generic like restaurant makeover show Oh they have no idea that it's associated with Gordon, Ramsay And do stuff and twenty four hours yes and, then, also usually when Gordon walks in to try a. Meal He's like well if they know it's me they're, gonna put their best foot forward so now when he goes. To. Try their food when he rolls into town he's in a disguise So So they do. That and then after he, eats he takes on the. Disguise he's, like, y'all are? You all are, screwed come out with me and he takes the whole crew in all the customers in the restaurant out to the. Semi at the top of the semi comes the, screen and he reveals to the owners that they have been secretly taping the restaurant whole all of the shenanigans for. Weeks Wow when he does a super cut of all the. Embarrassing things that have gone on any shows this, on a giant screen in front of the customers that were in there and in front of the owners and staff And then a clock appears and they have twenty four hours to renovate and redo that restaurant I Aw Wow humiliation because the customers are sitting there. Going oh my. Gosh I just ate Matt, gross nasty. Restaurant Restaurant and.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Anthony. He's taught me how to do this, but he learned it from what's the Gordon, Ramsay all good and Rams nurse. Gordon Ramsay face. Yes, he learned it personally, Gordon Ramsay, and you know, I also learn how to make like I feel bad for people who have been eating, cooked eggs, their whole lives. Like that's something that I've got a really good. We've got a really good way of making scrambled eggs and just people just feel like they just turn that heat on high and warm those eggs out, man, that's disaster. I just got an update from, Mikey, see, we're not connected at the at this moment, but I feel like this is really important to share. Okay. He was listening to our onion cutting conversation, and he said, if you cut an onion with a match your mouth, you won't cry and then followed it up with. I learned this working at Burger King or not. We need to get that from because if it's lit, I don't cut the onions at fast and I will burn my face off. There's easier ways to not cry when you're cutting and onion, and one of them is just to not cut off, which part is there's, there's one of the parts. One of the sides of it that that is what makes you cry you there? Do you want to chime in. On this. All right. He's gonna grab it. Said phone. That's a good idea. Everything was going really well. And now I just got a little clunky, but when I think we're going to push through here. That's fine. That's fine. Yes. So it can't be a lit match. It can't pray. I mean, I've also heard that you light a match real quick. When you use the bathroom, do you guys do that? What to get rid of the sent? What do you mean? No school thing I wanted to find out if anybody else do Do you you let let him him. match when you if I never used to do this? I remember. I don't know if I remember it being a Hispanic person. I don't know if it was a friend or relative, but somebody told me that back in the day, like when you're in the bathroom, and I don't know why you have a match book in the bathroom. I don't do. I don't even know where to get matches like there's lighters, they'll have matchbooks. We'll collect matchbooks or they used to collect mashed puts because I used to be like a thing where you show where you'd been because of like the fancy match with that. You got at that hotel or that restaurant or whatever. Eight. Yeah, yeah. So. Having those fancy man. Yeah, I think there Mike and Mike, Mike, Golic junior and Mikey. See. Yeah. And I'm actually with is on the lighting, the match after you go to the bathroom works really what maybe it wasn't a Hispanic four after. So what do you do you go, you do your business. I'm assuming, you know not to get too personal. I'm assuming it's number two that you're doing where you're leading this match, and then you just light the match and blow it out and you leave and what it just smell is just so much more powerful, whatever that what's that smell again, burned sulfur burns itself for. Yeah, that that smell is just pretty strong and it just gets rid of the poop smell. Yeah, it's amazing too. When you hold the match over the toilet bowl, you can kind of see it reacting to the the, the Phut air for lack of a better term. You can watch it sort of basically eating up all the bad smell. It's on your work and your lighting a match just to have fun, and that's what the ear is called methane. So wait, Mikey, back to the Burger King days, you would put a match in your mouth while. You were cutting onions, and I always assumed that Burger King just had like pre cut onions. I didn't think that you were there actually doing all this work for like a Walker? No. Now we gotta make it your ways. So we got these big. These big grinders or slicer is I guess, more slicer a big middle slice or you stick the onion and you turn the crank the handle and that's slices them. But you gotta do it with an industrial match in your mouth..
Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock and Mike Rossier discussed on 24 Hour News
"Responsible for all the children's still separated from their parents. AP's Mike Rossier reports conference call Friday US. District judge Dennis Ross said the. Trump administration is solely responsible for reuniting hundreds of migrant children who are still. Separated from, their parents the. Government proposed on Thursday that the American Civil Liberties union use. Its considerable, resources to reunite the children with their parents many. Of whom are in Guatemala and Honduras the ACLU is representing the parents Sabrina says he will order the government to name someone to lead the effort Mike Rossier Washington special. Counsel, Robert Muller's team continues to present its case against former trumpet campaign chairman. Paul Manafort chat day has been covering that trial prosecutors are now getting really to the. Heart of their case as jurors here from two accountants who, say that he never reported foreign Bank accounts. On his taxes that contain Millions of dollars at this point in this case jurors have also. Heard previously from other businessmen that. Manafort use those. Accounts to pay. For millions of, dollars in luxury items investigators in Las Vegas say they have the who what. And where about last October's mass shooting at a. Country music concert but they don't have the reason why Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds of others interview with. His doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a. Manifesto or even note to answer questions the. Totality of the information has been. Gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of. Stephen paddock, Clark county sheriff. Joe Lombardo says financial records also showed paddock had lost more. Than one, point five million dollars in the two years before. The shooting police in southeastern Iowa say one person is dead another injured following a shootout with officers that Senate nearby elementary school into lockdown two other suspects are in custody This is AP radio news To patrons of chef Gordon Ramsay restaurant on the Las Vegas strip or taken to a hospital yesterday for treatment. For. Injuries involving a drink Caesars entertainment confirms the injuries are, company wouldn't specify the drink but says it's. Been taken off the menu the. Las Vegas review journal reports it was a flaming Tiki style cocktail called rum, donkey about one, hundred goats. Invade a, Boise Idaho neighborhood this, morning Brooklyn Jarvis tells reporters Picture.
Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas and Robert Muller discussed on 24 Hour News
"Bunch, of goats on, our street. And sleep, you're missing the crazy There's. Like fifty goats loose I didn't believe ramp was just waking up. To your brains released slow Put on some. Clothes I ran out and there's like one hundred goats on our street the goats broke through a wooden fence surrounding a nearby retention pond where they had been. Brought to eat the weeds and other overgrowth and rambled into the. Neighborhood their owners were able to. Round up all one hundred eighteen goats I'm Tim Maguire AP, radio news AP radio news I'm Tim Maguire federal judge says the Trump administration is responsible. For all the children's still separated from their. Parents AP's Mike Rossier reports conference. Call Friday US district judge Dana Subroto said the Trump administration is solely responsible. For reuniting, hundreds of migrant. Children who are still separated from their parents the government proposed. On Thursday, that the American Civil Liberties union use its considerable. Resources to reunite the children with their parents many of whom are in Guatemala and Honduras the ACLU is representing the parents Sabrina says he will order the government to name someone to lead. The effort Mike Rossier Washington special counsel. Robert Muller's team continues to present its case against former trumpet campaign. Chairman Paul Manafort chat day has been covering that trial prosecutors are now getting really to the heart of their case as jurors here from two accountants who say. That he never reported foreign Bank accounts on his taxes that contain. Millions of dollars at this point In. This case jurors have also heard. Previously from other businessmen that, Manafort use those. Accounts to pay. For millions of, dollars in luxury items investigators in Las Vegas say they had the who what. And where about last October's mass shooting at a. Country music concert but they don't have the reason why Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds of other interview with. His doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a. Manifesto or even her note to answer questions. The totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives. Of Stephen, paddock Clark county. Sheriff Joe Lombardo says financial records also showed paddock had lost. More than, one point five million dollars in the two years. Before the shooting police in southeastern Iowa say one person is dead another injured following a shootout with officers at center nearby elementary school into lockdown two other suspects are in custody this is AP radio news News To patrons of. Chef Gordon Ramsay restaurant on the Las Vegas strip or taken to a hospital yesterday for treatment for injuries involving a. Drink. Caesars entertainment confirms the injuries are company wouldn't specify the, drink but says it's been taken off the. Menu the Las Vegas review journal. Reports it was a flaming Tiki style cocktail called rum donkey about one hundred, goats invade a, Boise Idaho. Neighborhood this Told my husband I.
Kyle Lowry does not comment on DeMar DeRozan trade by Toronto Raptors
"Town or sitting on your couch, swiping left and right on your tender, looking for someone to Netflix and chill. We like to play a little, not necessarily. We're gonna start with Kyle Lowry who is out in Vegas for USA basketball, and we haven't really heard much from Kyle about everything that's gone down with the raptors about his buddy Dhamar to and getting traded about the arrival of quite Leonard. Danny green. And there was an interesting exchange today. Here's sports nets, Tim, and sid asking him about qui- the reporter. Do you have a relationship with Kawhi Lowery. No, I know him. We have mutual respect reporter. Have you spoken to him since the deal Lowery? Probably, yeah, I think so. I don't know reporter to Kawai Lowry. I dunno reporter you don't know if you've spoken to by Lowry. No reporter. What do you mean Lowry? I don't know if I've spoken to him reporter. Are you not sure? Do you not remember. Lowery. I'm not sure he's not here. So I, I haven't spoken to him reporter on the phone. I mean, Lowry. I haven't spoken to him. No reporter iovine spoken to him Lowry. No. And then later what he was asked, if people might read into his silence and assume he's not happy about the trade he was asked, that'd be an accurate assessment. He said USA basketball has been fun. Good one. So Nick, I ask you, are you okay with Kyle Lowry's weird responses. This one is very easy for me. I says, I'll will. Lowrey lost his best friend in in this deal. He didn't. It didn't die, but somebody lost his bed in in really quickly for context. I did a whole story on this at the beginning here, Lowry into Rosen, took Uber's back and forth from shootarounds that the raptors had on the road. Just those two always. They were always together on the road hanging out their family's very close. I am sure this whole trade has crushed, Kyle Lowry in the moment. Can the raptors be better? Certainly, but I have no issue with him wanting no part in in discussing this calories. Always very good with the media. He's a personable guy, but he does not want to get into losing his best friend from a professional standpoint in dealing with lettered who doesn't sound like many people are close to on either one of his new team, the raptors or his old team, the Spurs. I'm gonna have to agree with you and one up unit because I'm going to. Yeah, man. It's just too soon for people to keep asking everyone to move on. Oh, Dhamar just be ready to move onto his new team. Yeah, he will be given the minute. He dedicated everything to this team. He thought he was going to be there forever. Yeah, it's a business but give them some time and same with Lowry. I mean, if you want to try to figure out what his silence means, he's not being that silent. Check his Instagram as he's posting videos with his buddy to Marta, Rosen is reunited at USA basketball, then pulling up to mini camp together that he's telling us all we need to know. And I liked the loyalty and listen. They're going to be enemies when they hit the court come time for for the season to start. I'm sure he's going to be a good dude to collide, and he's going to try to make a relationship there, but you need time. So I do not blame him one bit moving on according to the eater website, there will be a new food show featuring Gordon Ramsay and of. With the departure of Anthony bourdain. We're all looking for something to fill that hole of other cultures and other other places, other foods and other other communities. And well, Gordon Ramsay is here to fill that hole except unfortunately, instead of doing the things that Anthony bourdain did to connect everybody around the world and to pay on edge to the cultures and the foods of other places and help us to get to know those people and those foods better Gordon Ramsay uncharted which is set to be on the National Geographic channel next year is going to have him take in the traditional food ways attempt to go about discovering the undiscovered and finally engage in a kitchen competition against the locals pitting his own interpretations of regional dishes against the tried and true classics. So he's set to walk up to someone's a boiler and tell her, no, I can do this better..
On July Fourth, Americans celebrate life, liberty and the pursuit of hot dogs
"Campuses which won't have designated smoking areas rodney price cayenne s news and offduty wichita police officer was wounded and is suspected home intruder killed in an exchange of gunfire police chief gordon ramsay says twenty four year old christian web shop the officer in the leg after entering the officers home through an unlocked door the officer then returned fire hitting web several times web died at the hospital the officer was treated and released chief ramsey says the officer's wife and children were home at the time of the shooting and they were shaking up but not injured chief ramsey says some cars have been broken into near where the shooting happened chief ramsey says there's no connection between the suspect and the officer some people like fourth of july fireworks some don't like the noise a neighborhood dispute over fireworks in austin texas led to gunfire and someone's death in dispute that happened over fireworks going off in the neighborhood often believe we're called to the scene of an argument involving a gun when they arrived they found a nineteen year old man had been shot he was rushed to a local hospital but did die a time later police arrested a suspect in the shooting described as a forty one yearold man they have not identified the victim at this time nor the suspect in law if they that initial argument over the fireworks eventually escalated fireworks are a legal within austin city limits that's fox seven austin's jane lonsdale with that story america's celebrating its two hundred forty second birthday yesterday with dazzling fireworks parades lots of entertainment the usual divisions in washington pretty much shut down for the day is hundreds of thousands of people turn out on the national mall brought together by a common love of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness while the reason this special to me is because i'm hoping that will help bring our country together a little the crowd treated to the beach boys and jimmy buffett in new york city thousands and thousands came out to watch macy's.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on KGO 810
"The restaurant owner what they wanted at the time we just felt like a we should nope a restaurant we should just help other restaurants get better so that was the mo then for seven years do you were the mo before the mo is today i mean you think about this you're you're can you were telling people to go organic or at least steering people that way at the same time you're consulting for restaurants before restaurant consultants weren't i wouldn't i don't want to say it's a cool thing now but i'll tell you what restaurant consultants are crushing it right now probably yeah and it was it was before the gordon ramsay televised really entertaining kinds of moments we just those were our moments and so i always when i have to watch gordon ramsay do that i feel like okay i'm glad i'm not there right now but he is so entertaining i just kind of i think what a new world it is it is i mean it's a good show he does good work he does and i'll tell you this couple times i've worked with them and and been around him he is that good looking i'm just going to say i can imagine from a straight dude six three straight dude i get next to him and i definitely want a little bow talks but he looks great plus he's pretty fit he is as are you thank you i adore you for that too i appreciate it deals joining right now social handles have you guys wanna fall foreign cinema instagram twitter and facebook it's at foreign cinema s f in gale is at foreign cinema a g p let's talk about this beautiful little baby in front of me right now i love these foreign cinema cookbook your first book this is third third third third book i have both of them in my house when did you in john sit down in palm springs and decide to or wherever you were at and decided to say it is time we were not in palm springs but we were seven or eight years ago contacted by literary agent carol and she was wonderful and she said you guys need to write a book and encapsulate the amazing spirit that you emanate from this restaurant put your food down and we said okay and we signed a contract that was maybe nine years ago now and it took a long time to sort out how it would be written and i'll tell you why it takes a long time you have to pull away from the restaurant you have to be able to produce something but the proposal that's required these days for cookbooks their one hundred and fifty pages and you have to know how you want to organize it what's in it how will you you know your kids your blood everything and so it just took a long time when my father died in two thousand fifteen i said this is the time to get this project off back burner and he was with us at foreign cinema for about eight years as maitre d' for couple of days a week yeah and he just made so many people so happy when he passed away used the loss and the pain to put it towards this creative endeavor that had been haunting you know john and i for years as to when we were ever going to get it done so that was december of twenty fifteen no october and then we got the proposal out in december and sold the the proposal in about twenty days wow we had a really wonderful literally well great agent and a great publisher abrahams they let us write the book we wanted to write when you got to sit down and you finally start to write it and we're looking at the history of the restaurant twenty wasn't now we'll be nineteen in september we'll be nineteen in september you look at the walls you talked to the walls you you are the building how do you even put it in a book that's what is this to twentyfive how many pages three zero five three of and you know how many by the way yes because you know the index counts and also all the measurements in the back count as pages index.
Anthony Bourdain, CNN host and celebrity chef, hanged himself
"Surge subsides i'm rita foley world traveling celebrity chef anthony bourdain has died ap's warren levinson reports his death is being called a suicide cnn says anthony bourdain the peabody award winning food writer and adventurer hanged himself in a paris hotel room the network says a close friend the chef eric ripper found bourdain unresponsive he was sixty one ordained first gained fame with his two thousand book kitchen confidential bestseller that led to series on the food network and then on cnn for which he was in paris shooting an episode of his series parts unknown now in its eleventh season cnn says anthony bourdain was a unique storyteller social media lit up with tributes to board dane among them christiane amanpour who tweeted my heart breaks for tony board dame may he rest in peace now he was a friend collaborator and family and fellow celebrity chef gordon ramsay said stunned and saddened by the loss of anthony bourdain he brought the world into our homes inspired so many people to explore cultures and cities through their food many of the post also included suicide prevention phone numbers and links were getting help with depression comedian bill murray's longplanned food truck park in south carolina is set to open this summer the charleston post and currier quotes murray and his two partners as saying the container bar will start serving customers later this summer the food truck hub will be parked at a former charleston office building that's been gutted and redesigned to suit the new.
"gordon ramsay" Discussed on AP News
"On twitter gordon ramsay said on twitter that anthony bourdain brought the world into our homes and inspired many people to explore cultures andrew zimmer host of bizarre foods wrote that apart of his heart is truly broken out of richmond the actor and host of man vs food tweeted why dane who was sixty one was found dead in a hotel in eastern france near the borders with switzerland and germany cnn says he was shooting segment of his series parts unknown in strasbourg warren levinson new york caterpillars have been making roads slippery in maine the maine department of transportation had posted an alert for two days in the town of blue hill the alert let drivers know the insects were making things slippery along route fifteen or minds road the department said the incident had an unreleased album from print so come out this fall as ap music correspondent margie zaraleta reports thursday's announcement came on what would have been prince's sixtieth birthday on september twenty first warner brothers will release a nine track album this based on a private rehearsal cassette recording prince made at his now demolished home studio outside minneapolis it's called piano and a microphone one thousand nine hundred eighty three he played a rare version of the spiritual mary don't you weep and a remake of the joni mitchell song a case of you includes versions of seventeen days in purple rain which did not come out until the following year and strange relationship which came out on the one thousand nine hundred seven album sign of the times i'm archie zaraleta let's go the new macy's backstage at fair.
Anthony Bourdain, celebrity chef and CNN host, dead in apparent suicide at 61
"In for celebrity chef anthony bourdain ap correspondent warren levinson reports celebrities and chefs alike are reacting on twitter gordon ramsay said on twitter that anthony bourdain brought the world into our homes and inspired many people to explore cultures andrew zimmer host of bizarre foods wrote that a part of his heart is truly broken adam richmond the actor and host of man vs food tweeted why for dane who was sixty one was found dead in a hotel in eastern france near the borders with switzerland and germany cnn says he was shooting a segment of his series parts unknown in strasbourg warren levinson new york new discoveries on mars provide the best evidence yet of the possibility of life on the red planet nasa scientists say the mars rover curiosity is found the potential building blocks of life on an ancient lake bed the organic molecules preserved in three billion year old bedrock suggests conditions on mars may have once been conducive to life and it leaves open the possibility that microorganisms once populated the red planet and still might curiosity is also confirmed seasonal increases of methane in the martian atmosphere researchers say they can't rule out a biological source scientists say more powerful spacecraft will be needed to prove whether life ever existed on mars a rare links has been captured in catalonia three years after it was released in portugal spanish environmental scientists said the te'o a four year old liberian links had been spotted on the outskirts of boss celona on may the twenty ninth they said the links was captured wednesday by local foreigner and flora authorities along with members of a european animal conservation project the liberian links is a critically endangered species and hasn't been seen in catalonia since the early twentieth century the te'o was born in captivity and released into the wild in poetry goals valet do guadiana natural park in two thousand fifteen with a gps tracker cola which soon stopped working in good health the feline has been released back into the wild in and lucia with a new tracking collar sorry it's pitchy progressive casualty insurance company.