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"granados" Discussed on MMA Roasted
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"granados" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Whatever. I don't even know how to answer that. So young girl, so you guys. Okay, so it was like a kind of a group thing, right? Yeah, yeah, that's the problem. You know, you you go for your having orgies and you're young and it doesn't happen like all the time and I feel like twice twice like this week. So I feel like twice is not even a lot like compared to a lot of other people. I know it just seemed like that. The MMA lifestyle is a, it's hard, you guys are, you know, you're you're working out. There's all this testosterone and you know, blood pumping oxygen off. Yeah, yeah. Also like a terrible relationship when you're younger and then you now you want to like, live a little bit. But yeah. But it would be nice to see you. You want to have kids one day off. Yes, I do. That's actually why I stopped drinking and smoking weed, achay cuz I'm just like, I want a guy to like, take me seriously. And I want a guy to, like, I want to be able to, like not make stupid decisions because I'm influenced, you know what I mean? Cuz a lot of times, like, I'd be drugged, be like beer goggles, and I'm just like, wow, what did I do? You know. So just, you know, I don't want to like, I do just want to have like a clear head and like make the right decisions and like you know, and and not have that. Oh, it was because I'm drunk now. It's like, oh, bitch, cuz you're fucking stupid. You know, how long I remember hearing about you drunk back in the day, used to finger girls on red carpets and stuff like after. Oh my God, that's true. I don't think that's what Andrea told me, that didn't happen. I don't think so. Maybe I don't know. I used to drink a lot of. Yeah, so now all right back to fighting. I also read you don't watch t on any of your opponents wage is that smart. I don't know, won't like the other day. My coach. We were like I know watching a little bit but like it's like, I don't know because to me it's like.
"granados" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Yeah, he was Superbad therapy for. Oh yeah. Well, I went to like a game. I built this thing in Vegas. It's like it's called a choice Leadership Center. And it's like a leadership program, but a lot of it. Like, in order to get to the leadership program, you have to go through like a small break through and discuss salary and like that was actually the first time that I was able to like openly like say it in front of a classroom. Yeah, it's crazy. Cuz like now I can talk about it and like, it doesn't make me cry off. But like, the first time I talked about it, it was really hard like, I was like, crying, ugly, crying and like, but now I'm just like, I need to be able to tell a story because it might be able to help somebody. You know what I mean? How many people would be able to help? You know? How many people are in terrible relationships right now? Oh my God. You're so it depends on a ship with narcissistic men is everywhere epidemic. I know I mean I'm still kind of doing the same shit but it's not as bad so it's like I went you're not somebody's not drugging you know wage Against your will give me with that Dean. I'm just kidding. Okay, let's talk about. So, you came to my show with Kyra batara, right? And you, and Kara fought each other. And that was, it was a good fight. Kiera took you down in, Iraq, that was the way she fucken. Didn't, she bugging didn't make weight. Love you Kara, but fucking learn how to take weight. Well, she's writing a belt or two weeks by the way. Yeah, but she's fighting at a big away class. Now, when we just good life, is one of my didn't work out for her. So she was so she came with her boyfriend. I think I still broken up now. Thank God. That guy is bad news, but the T, like they were trying to get you to have a threesome cuz that night, they were like they were partying with you and they seemed like they were like,.
"granados" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"When I was Twenty-One actually like, dude, I was like really bad. My there's like a lot of things that happened in my life, that kind of like, led up to that moment. But, you know, one of them, I dated this really like abusive guy. When I was like, sixteen til I was like, nineteen and just emotionally physically abusive and like, I was just like, I've always been like a ride or die. Like, girl, like my loyalty is my strength. It's also my weakness and He started like doing drugs and stuff, and then of course, like me being like, Oh, like that's my dude, like I started, you know, doing shit with him and he got really bad and really, really bad, it was really cool. What kind of drugs cocaine? It started. So it started with like I started with drinking it started with when I started smoking weed with them and then he introduced me to cocaine cuz he came from like a like a like a page like rich town, like near the small town, where I grew up in like we didn't have cocaine where I'm from like Ingleside Texas. Like you don't have that, you know what I mean? Like I don't even know what the fuck it was until I met him and then Thursdays. So we started doing that and he he basically like, brought his whole family down, he brought me down with him. My parents kicked me out of the house. They didn't trust me anymore and then one day he basically almost killed me because I started like injecting me with stuff and like it's in his day. I don't even know what it was but he was like putting in my body and I remember feeling like I was going to die and he like he was going to and then giving it to you. No, like he was just like putting like a heat. I got so skinny at one point that he was like putting shit in between my toes. Like, it was so bad. Like I've never like, I've never liked told anybody this an interview. So this is like a song for me right now. While you were sleeping know, like I don't even I was I was there, but I wasn't there. You know what I mean? I was just like, I was like his fucking sex slave, basically. Like it was bad and I was seventeen, you know? Like, when I just turned Seventeen, when all this started happening, and basically, like I, I was like, I'm going to die, like, I have to make a choice, like, I need to get out of here and I went back to my dad's and my course, my dad like, you know, let me back home after he saw like my condition and stuff. And that guy was always threatening my family, like he show up to our house like threading, my dad, like let me out and stuff like that..
"granados" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"That guy pay everybody off. As Adam Hunter. I'm here with the great Bill Dawes. My man in Texas. My brother, you're in La. Yeah. I never know where you are. I feel like I know you said well and then I have no idea who you are. Like, you're like my most mysterious friend. Could we talk about that for a second? Sure. Okay, so me and build a show in Arizona, right? And he's like, birth Want to drive down together. So I'm like, all right, if you ask me drive down together, so driving down and I'm just like venting. It's like a therapy session. I think I haven't seen anybody at that point in a while. Cuz the Cove it and here I am I to talk with. That's why I have you on the podcast. You're very easy to talk to you very, very smart. You went to like, brown or something, or Princeton, you know, you Princeton come on, Brown Princeton very bright guy, very easy to talk to you. You're very, you have a lot of empathy for people. So we're talking for like six hours there. Seven hours back at the end. I'm like, man, I took, I really bonded with Bill. Like I said, we're really closer. We've always been close, but I feel like we've really like, I don't know, maybe turn the corner of friendship of like here's a guy that I consider like you're in that a top fewer friends. You know, how you always have like the guys that like like I'll go just like you really like them for years. So then then like three days later, this mutual friend is like hey you hear about Bill, I'm like what? She's like, oh, he's having a baby. I'm like, oh, To find out she's like nine months ago. It's due any day now. What? Like yeah, you would think that would come up in the the 14, our thoughts together? Well, let me say there, a few things, first of all, you were hilarious on the car drive and your rants were like, cracking me the fuk up and then for me to go, by the way, I'm going to have a child. It's just like it wasn't the tone of it was like a fun. We were like ranting about all sorts of shit and then also they have this weird thing, I'm sure you know cuz you have a daughter like you can't even get a pediatrician off appointment until the baby is born..
"granados" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"granados" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"Way that we communicate knowledge and so yeah i was You know. I started my journey and open science i. I went to this workshop that was being held by the Unique logical synthesis center. Nc's and after that any sort of open science conferences. Like i think i then went to the approach through ammos zillow. Ila had these open on open leaders program so again. It's sort of an introduction to how to be more open in the work that you do and through that community I was connected with more people and more people that were passionate in. That incidentally actually is how i was connected to review as well and so that also i think generated and fuelled that interest. I think to your question. Gee do this alone. I think would have. I'm not sure would have pursued it. If i felt like i was in this alone when i found this community found people that were equally passionate about it. It it encouraged me to continue on this happen to continue building this community so Yeah and after that. I went out. The open community is another great community of people who are interested in making a knowledge scholarship. An education or open. And yeah. there's there's like a core group of people that i see often acura at conferences. Who are all interested in just making knowledge and information marxist so so the the network this networking At at the stage still still is working for you today. In a way you still are in touch with this this community and with these people in the work you do today. Yeah absolutely i would say that's probably one of the strengths of me. Coming into this position is that i was bringing community with me. You know i'm bringing connections of like people at at spark for example or people at the university of toronto scarborough that had done work amid allowed me to sort of make that connection to the work that i'm doing with environment and climate change canada. Yes so our communities and people that i continue to work with. It's very cool. And you know. I'm thinking i'm always thinking of the listener. And someone who might be during the doing their phd interested in in in this but you know feeling maybe not a comfortable or that they might not have the support of either their peers or their pi. How was you know how what was the outlook of people around you. A view taking interest in this and investing time in this particular of open science which is very cool. Because it's it's totally connected to the science but like you said in the beginning it's a behavior that is not rewarded in. Maybe can talk about these. What these rewards are. But i imagine it's high impact publishing etcetera etcetera How was the. How was that experience in in terms of the people who were really close to you. Be it no bench mates or your pi. What are they supportive Were they neutral. Yeah that's a great question. And i think if i were doing my phd now it might be a little bit different because you know open. Sciences is kind of permeating and is growing just even like the number of reprints for example that are being submitted to to Places like by archives to these pre print repositories. They're exponentially growing during covid and i'll see people who know who didn't know about open science l. c. tweet about the pre-printed now so But when i was doing my phd was one of the few people that were that was doing open science. And so i think the you know the my experience i think at the time was at for my for my bench. Mates my lab mates. They were very interested in open to to learn about these practices in how they can integrate them. A lot of them. Were those who come to workshops and seminars. I would deliver on open science nineteen to mike supervisor. I think that although i think they were Supportive they were more interested in sort of like the traditional outputs. You know like i know. I don't care that you're doing workshops as long as it doesn't interfere with with your outlets so and the way that i managed. It was like as long as i was doing my work. That might my work in terms of like publishing papers and teeing and my research than i could still keep doing. You know the open science on the side. But i think that's where there could potentially be a problem. Not that is because you know learning how to do. Science is really important. And i think one of the major things that comes out of your but what gave me this incredible career. Is this thing that i was doing on the side. That wasn't being recognized that a kind of had to do it in secret. And i think that's sort of the crux of what you know. I think we should. We should discuss that is like. How do we build an environment. How do we build academic programs that allow you equal time for both recognize. Both you know a. I would like to see incoming graduate students having discussions about you know when when they're outlining their work plan you know they talk about how many publications they want to do or like how many you know lamb corporations they want to be part but also you know in their work plan should also be well. I also wanna learn. You know how to code. I also wanna learn how to use a adobe illustrator. I also wanna learn about science. Keep medication and having those conversations initially with your supervisor so that that becomes part of your program you know if i wish i could redo it. That's what i would have done. Because sometimes i feel that i was doing these things even though in the end. That's what gave me my career. That's the tricky the tricky part about academia. We were talking about it before it's such an you know the beach. The in research in universities are such an old tradition and it. It's really difficult to to think of ways to change the culture that comes from so far.
"granados" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"Welcome to pop. Up each deal with david mendez the podcast where we explore careers and life after grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving. Rules get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of papa phd. welcome to this week's episode of papyrus st this week with dr monica granados. Monica granados is committed to making science more than and accessible. She is open science and data policy advisor at involvement and climate change canada. She is on the leadership team of pre review working to bring more diversity to peer review. She's a frictional state of fellow and is on the board of directors of the canadian data society. Welcome to puppies st monica. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me here money. It's a pleasure to have you here. we you know we've talked before You were part of this program that i'm in contact with which is traced mcgill. It's a program at mcgill university. That is trying to understand the where graduates go in what they do. Once they finish the their phd At now the latest version. It's it was focused around mcgill university And and yeah i. I'm really really happy that You took the time and accepted to be on propensity to talk about your experience about your journey and to talk about this this question of careers after the. Which can you know can leave some people anxious fearful of you know of of are they gonna fit in an environment that is not academia. And then we're going to talk about that today so thanks thanks a lot And to begin I want to. I'd like to ask you if you could just talk a little bit about how you got into science. What was your journey in in academia Till up to you. Phd in how you know how how that part of the chapter of your life went let's say yeah great So yeah i think a was always one of those kids that was interested in science. I'd like being outdoors. I'd like looking under rocks. I like animals. And so. I think i always knew i was going to do something in science. I think originally wanted to be a medical doctor. But when i was doing my undergrad degree at the university toronto. I had this opportunity to do a A or like an internship at the In research station. So it's a it's on legal bianco on the research station and sort of getting to discover that you could ask questions about the natural world and have the forest in the lake. Should be the place where you can do. Experiments and ask questions kind of shifted interest into ecology. And so getting that exposure to the concept that this could be a career that your office could be you know about. was really compelling and started following that back to that trajectory so i did completed my gra- green ecology then. I did a masters degree also at the university of toronto Of asking similar questions. So i was working with asked looking at whether some areas that have been degraded. Were recovering and different ways to measure so it had a really big quantitative aspect. But still you know. I got to do some field work on the detroit. Saint clair river is where we do some Electro fishing and that is where you send a electricity into the water in its fishing. Pick them out in measuring way than in the back in so just getting to do sort of that. Counterplay cool thing. That's your job. Being outside on the water was really neat. That transitioned to doing a a peach at mcgill university. So i'm still studying a Aquatic ecology the moved a little bit more into food web so studying what what in an ecosystem in like mapping those different interactions and also doing experiments to the change. Those interactions like what happens when when you change those interactions and Yeah did a did some studies. Where like i worked with muscles fish. I worked with crayfish. I got to do. Some really need experiments in the magdalen islands. Which i didn't even know existed until i went out there off the coast of pi and they're actually belong to quebec. So when you go out there you're actually in tobacco so i Your really got that notion of getting to work outside and Having again the lakes and rivers and oceans being the place where you can ask some really neat questions and During this whole time I always had the intention of doing starting at my old lab at the next thing i was going to do is do a postdoctoral fellowship and then you know start looking for four positions But as that like you know my time to complete my phd. Sorta was drawing to a close. You know you start to sort of more realistically. Think about what the next steps are. I coincidentally also was starting to get really interested in what we call open science. So it's you know it's this idea that the way that we've been trained to do scientists often very close so we keep our results secret. Publish them We keep our methods really secret until we get them and then when we do publish them. We often publish them in these journals. That require a subscription to access. And you know it's kind of this. You know people will ask a question like you know like when were you. Radicalized hen. Remeber open science. You know it was when confronted with this question that you know. We are asking these questions about the environment. You know in college and we're trying to understand it better for for humanity and for people in for canadians but then we don't give them access to this information like we don't give them access to to the journals and we also don't make it interpreting or like accessible understandable to kenny. And i thought you know. I think this is something that i want to work on you. Know how can i as a scientist make my work more more open and accessible and so yet during the as you know I was finishing my phd. I started making more and more my.
"granados" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Will be covering it during our intermissions tonight as well with analysis from some of our panel from our flagship station. W Gr, But of course, there is a game here with sabers. And that expected to go until about 9 39 45. Then we'll hand things off to a draft coverage. If you want to stay with us here throughout the night on our flagship on W gr, so That's where we've got it. And with the bills not picking, maybe until 11 30 at night midnight, we've got a lot to get to, including a saber game. Buffalo coming off of a 3 to 1 defeat. The New York Rangers the other night, the red hot Sam Reinhart scoring Buffaloes lone goal his 22nd of the season. Reinhard coming in with five goals in his last three games. Also in that game, you go pack a lucrative and faced 41 shots in his two starts. He's gotta win. Loss 40 shots against the Bruins 41 shots against the Rangers, so he has been busy in his too. So far starts in the Net and upl will get a chance to start again tonight. The lineup for Don Granados team is exactly the same as it one is two nights ago in New York. So the same set of scratches, which also include Pair of goaltenders with Hutton and all Mark and defensively, Miller and Irwin and they're not forward Cody Ikan. The goaltender for the Bruins. Tonight will be Tuka Rask. Okay, time out here when we come back anthem and then off to Dan and Rob with the play by play. I'm Brian calls you appreciate you being with us gonna be a busy buffalo sports night. We're looking forward to start it off with the sabers..
Buffalo Sabres fire coach Ralph Krueger after 12-game skid
"Ralph Krueger has been relieved of his duties as sabers head coach. Same goes for assistant coach Steve Smith. Assistant Don Granado will serve as interim coach with development coaches met Alison Dan Girardi serving as the new assistants. Granados first game is interim coach will be tomorrow night for the Sabers first game of the year against the Boston Bruins. Puck drop will be at
Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown
"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. 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"granados" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"St- just like you listened to a debate. It's not a I mean it's is it close to a fifty fifty five to you or visit like six. Typhi is the Typhi but I'm leaning Tanatos Brown leaning Granados Granados also been in Lindy on All we already had him on death row. Let's listen listen. Granados definitely is the favorite. He's been in with the tougher level of opposition first of all a mirror. That win is bigger than anything has done. In terms of win was hangs biggest win he upset a few on on Friday night fights but I gotta go through his resume they do. Y'All don't even remember like a William someone named Williams maybe a Danny Williams. He upset or something like that. But I'm telling y'all wasn't watching plates. You see these grey hairs right head over. There wasn't watching Friday night. I can't point to looking at the camera Dana Mirror but I wasn't watching Friday night as you look. You Look Handy Handy. Hang undies early career on Friday night fights when he when he used to say. I'm coming to a TV. You brought up says there. But what's is win win Raymond Sorrento And de Delve. Murad Rigas Yo. They were the quintessential Friday night. Fight guys on this Friday fight. So bad You know we had talked earlier this week about the CEVENNES Spanos. Oh being on The showtime podcast and Yeah we were talking about. How show box one of the last place left for those guys? So do you know that was more competitive though? Delvin Paul Warlock these off Friday night and they. They did such a good fight. They got graduated. Hbo For the Second. One in Dan and Rodriguez Perry that tool Kota Win. Koto Fight Rather Koto. Let me go to. Mastermind has been alone. Time where you been at the road treat and you good. I gotta find a new truck home. Anybody WanNa help me find a better truck on. I feel like my truck on a train horns like the long Joe. Nice truck home.
Surveillance video shows Oregon coach disarming and hugging high school student
"To the heart stopping video showing a high school coach in Oregon confronting a student with a shotgun what he did in the hallway that has some calling him a hero here's ABC's Trevor Alt- tonight stunning new surveillance video capturing a hero's embrace inside Portland School Park Rose High School football coach Kane and low being praised for his actions after encountering a student armed with a loaded shotgun inside a classroom a student's flee for safety out the side door low stays continuing that embrace until police arrive the coach speaking with gm a after the incident in May everything happens okay was a mental health crisis that Granados Diaz was intending to hurt himself not others he pled guilty to unlawful possession of a firearm in public and was sentenced to three years
"granados" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"You called ten simple and effective ways in today well the episodes called motivating the unmotivated and I have life pulse founder with me Matt Granados and man is he talented at what he does with his business he's talented with relationships he has an awesome podcast with his wife which is all about relationships back relax and enjoy today's interview hey mindful tribe I'm here with Matt Granada does and I am so excited he's got a an awesome podcast where he just gets real with his wife talking about relationships and that's why it's called unreal Asian ship so it's a cool name Hey Matt how're you doing man I'm doing great we've got a storm coming over US right now but inside agreed to connect and so would you say that that you are in mindfulness mode right now it's funny because mindfulness to me means something different somebody else I think well I want to hear that what does it mean to you so mindfulness me leads to just being in kind of a state of intention -ality because there's the mindfulness I think a lot of people here about and have been has been kind of turned into this self growth kind of genre of almost meditation and at being at peace in that mindfulness like you have control your brain but I feel like one of the biggest issues just with the clients I work with the people I speak in front of and even just my own friends and family is practice it might be that works best for you it's all about narrowing your focus and it's so difficult to do now that it's almost becoming again it's you'd have to do it consciously and be intentional about those steps so would I say I'm in my Venice absolutely because if I was and I'd be on my phone looking at emails trying to figure this out and when I do interviews a mindful intention to make sure no person's potential is wasted and.
"granados" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"You're trying to trying to build up to a Murray thicker, if I got it there drop the stop on them for around by nobody. People that we never heard of love it. You like whatever though Marlins talk to me. Good morning. Good. I just wanted to college. They look good in. I don't think Bobby. I'm going to do it. Like, I said, he the king Amerian mayor name the fight or whatnot. So I don't think so happen the hold your breath. I would love to see how daily doing this fight. I'm fan, and Danny Danny Garcia yourself. I wouldn't I wouldn't mind fan. By the made, the ones that we all want to see not just any kind of. All right Marlins. Thanks for calling in. We're going out to Donald California Richmond stand up. Good morning. Good morning. I so I was thinking about The Danny agent Granados. And it's like, I know Adrian Granados he like really good friend, and I I really like eight Granados man because he's like the type of due to where no matter who he fight. He gonna give them a tough as fi. And I'm really pulling for him to be Danny. But the only thing that I feel so about that this is like if he be Danny? Then what is he going to give because when he beat a mind he should have been in the WBZ spot, but he didn't get it. So it's like he's a guy that give everybody a terrified. But at the same time, he's still a guy. That's avoided in. He gotta get more than one good fight. He got a win more than one fight. Or this is the ba- listen now, this is the thing because laughter mouth say no eliminator say no eliminated to be. No, no, I know out eliminator. But it's just I feel like if he if he be Danny I feel like he gone. He don't sit on the postal more. Then he gonna fight a couple of bombs, and then when somebody is trying to get back into the spotlight again. Oh, I'm Adrienne Granados tough. I, but it's like somebody who really got a title something like Dennis it a fall Adrian at one forty along time ago. Anyway, let it be real hit a bin for Adrian for a while. But he Adrian wasn't even popping at one forty when he was you bugging. Forty tell me. Knockout, not Amir. All right. All right. He's already is too. Forty. I don't know. You know, what happened after that? Should let me put a Mary mind name. Boy bugner. Oh, man as Donald fill me. He he likes the underdog. He likes outside. Do you from a Chicago my bad my name? But I got it was trashed benthic rights hall of fame topic to play of all time. But we try to act like it was trial. Maybe I don't know if he's still fit because you got some new Lou breed that came in. But yeah. But yeah, he he he was made because Jordan doubt, sir. So he fought a Mary mind in two thousand fifteen day, then he have a fight for them in in November twenty two thousand fifteen he ain't fight again to July sixteenth two thousand sixteen. How to fuck that Danny Garcia for your what you're going to less chat. And I know I'm right. What I'll even check. And so we said two thousand fifteen in two thousand fifteen Danny duck. Adrian ganados to fight Lamont Peterson. No, I won't forty seven. Two thousand fourteen was when Danny was fluctuating in wait. Remember, he already had left one forty after the Harare FAI took the riots out to fight maybe on a catchweight or something of a forty three wasn't it. And then Lamont won't forty four. And then paulie the real one forty seven, but let me sign in solidify all let me signing. Oh, no. You all know because you ain't no fucking boxing fan 'cause I wasn't around for. Right. I was off by a couple of pounds last fight..
"granados" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I'm just I'm just I'm having things explained out because I feel like a lot of people just don't know the Prescott and Akon and all c c c Crawford just has me out as a hater. And you know, he's upset, but the bottom line is this. He does get credit for the for the for the Prescott fight, but not at that level that he's trying to give himself credit. You know, he gets credit at that Prescott fight because it was a seven day short notice. He moved up two weight classes should on. You know, and he then he moved back down, and they gave him weird as FIS with Tanabe is in shit like that now without also being said will let's go down Felix years Felix some self what someone who chairs Crawford be now who did Felix DSP. I think one of the referendums on their age Granados. He actually be agent Granados on there who did Adrian Granados have good fights or lawsuit. Now that go file loss to what who'd he be? Who'd he be on Asian Granados? That's right because you want to build Phillies as resume who'd he be and who feel DSP filling out of fucking draw more, man. It's what I'm saying. Like, he could paint it any way you want. But the truth is true hardcore shouldn't like the only hawk goes this debate. And this is the dues that are man fans today fans, and that's it today today boxing in a main, but. Hard costs. No the truth mid-count ain't got no jaw dairy. Jane was a fucking Canadian, you know, Gamboa's under the twenty six Pounder. That's when he was at his best. We could go over. We could go down the whole fucking thing. Bro, victim postal John Molina junior bra hate Monday was out boxing. John Molina fucking nine round straight show. Like Mickey Bain got knocked out that'll make Molina good. He was Molina's. Biggest win hang Lundy. He got BELTRAN on his list. What is that a career journeyman? Now, let's go you know, what let me not be disrespectful BELTRAN won the world title after after Crawford beat him. So that even makes it even better year. Let's give him credit for that. And it was a guy that he didn't move up that was a natural hundred and thirty five pounds of how old is BELTRAN, bro. Blocks he'd been around before they put him in the ring with Crawford. I because here's the thing at the time. Didn't Ray BELTRAN fight Ricky burns. That's what Eddie one over and said, we won't do the rematch because many people felt Ray BELTRAN beat Ricky burns. He never thought it may get the fuck out here. You know who thought that Felix was gonna win? I never thought that should I. All you're picking a Dominican. I said, right. Chat. Alexandra. He's a patriots while he deserves his his is common but aims alumni. But he's fucking lying..
"granados" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Knowing so this is bad i say it's absolutely fair to go after this guy for this stupid move like this i didn't know until today was that stupid but if you're saying it's that stupid you're obviously feeling very passionately about this subject not you but the proverbial you i agree i say it's fair to go after him like that i can understand that it tom i can go one more like this other one one more for lightweight boxer heavier fortuna caused what a shocker a boxing controversy on saturday night or towards the end of round four and his bow with adrian granados ending the fight and resulting in fortuna being carried out on a stretcher the showtime broadcast immediately suspected foul play especially considering the fight would have gone official at the end of that round under texas rules fair or foul it's okay to speculate about such obviously suspicious behavior even as an athlete is being carried off on a stretcher jam tom that is good i love under texas rules it sounds like a very silly very crazy and dangerous wrestling match you know what it's boxing i have to say fair by the way you said for tuning it reminded me a comedic borana i fall i apologize i say i gotta say it's fair don't we have to worry we have to think about all this i think it's only natural and it's there's a difference between alleging and speculating and just being a little bit curious like when it came to when it comes to the olympics if a guy does very very well and it's a if he does that much better than the rest of the field and an event don't you have to.
"granados" Discussed on WDRC
"Of it he says and i get home couple of weeks later his i'm getting tens of thousands of so you know of of people challenge you know telling me in a fathers sane you gave the greatest listened to my son nephew of that you never ever ever ever ever give up via he still gets letters every single week yeah he said this is an i i've come to realise you don't life and everything else that was the that was my greatest play that was my greatest play goes winning the super bowl was not the greatest thing that happened to me he said that plane a devastating loss he said because of the impact that it had he said one letter he got from a one one father who said you know my son really just was of listen to anything and he said when that play happen my unter to me and said so that's where you're talking about not ever giving up because my son and i said sad day we have seen by young son in ireneo granados adult alba grew grew into a ghost that was one of his life's lessons and he said he goes poorly unleaded goes lynn let's a great guy this is a great guy there and he said he says scott unfairly pounded on the air for such a long time so you know people need to let it go 'cause lay alleges to it just to be goes a super human beings who pre individual now they're they are 25 years ago interviewing beam union he lying hill how he goes yuda here's of you get blown out fifty two to seventeen and peace look at the valero lay and use took it to be a hero he said i get more he said nobody will remember is nobody really remembers i was in a super bowl unwanted knives and a bunch of buffalo that he lost in which a green bay in one in and um a what's his neck had never the quarterback for green bay handed him the football at the end and you know gave him the football because he had lost so many i think he lost three or four uh three or four with the bills um and uh and so um uh eight said you know that he.
"granados" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"But i know i have a wifi analyzer for uh for the mac that i uh i just can't remember off the top of my head the name of it let me linda my mac and here i can find plenty of prime2 to dial one trial at that's apple there you cannot they will not give you access uh to the wifi radio signal a third party can't get to it they can get the data they can't get signal strength so that's very typical of apple in fact if there's one category the s devices are weak on its it's that uh applications that need to access the hardware directly they just they don't support it who so let me just see what i have on the wifi wi fi explorers the uae use in the macintosh i can't remember if it's free or not but it's not it's nice it gives you a uh a uh a bar group or a chart actually illwind graph of of how the ah of how the internet's going you could see the different frequencies mottes of information you could see signal strength you could see network details very nice and i'm pretty sure that's free let me tell you who had served from wi fi explore by a guy named adrian granados uh doesn't say anything more than that but i think if you go wifi explorer mcintosh you can find the perfect i do have one other iowa questioning adequate back yeah by the way on on these wifi devices the other good use for them is to understand how badly congested your network is a lot of times the reason there's bad wifi is not the the lay out of the house of the composition of walls but the neighbors.
"granados" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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