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"gullo" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

07:07 min | Last week

"gullo" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Case. I'm not here. Dave yup okay. You you pick up dave and straighten that out and we'll come back the rest of the card You had you had a fairly straightforward Set of performances pizza. Bianca was very good and it really hit it. This was the bobby flay. Winter out of white hot and cute name pizza bianca fastnet rock philly and christoph clermont five to one k. Twelve forty expand the map was forging to the lead that hope over fear. I tried to get. I hope over fear we talked about you know price and was kind of motoring along under sayas but then got swamped and pizza. Bianca made the best last move under his area and at a milena sixteenth. Debut wins And it's funny because by because flay the there was that flay runner over the weekend. That kind of disappointed. So nice for mice for bobby and then as we had really kind of mentioned that used as the apollo chevy capital not play of the day dairy name the equality road philly was. Just i mean eight miles. The best and in fact was bottled up a little bit and rosario Patient enough and then one produced just scoot it up and wins the bet doubt even money which but to maiden wins back to back for the clermont far and the rest of the action. The lovely lucky came back from about five months six months break for time. Our tranny and ran Well got Got lucky. I thought on the on the photo because cat's pajamas johnny on the rail There you go nice just a nice day racing The highlight the great one though over the hurdles veve greenwich hurtling our technical issues. Good morning good morning as they say the can you hear me now. Exactly i can and Clear as a bell and dave a pretty robust opening week at the old spot. What else is it. I guess. I i the only thing i would baby slightly. I don't think disappointed. I guess wrong about thought there'd be More people Just thought that'd be be chomping at the bit to get here and You know twenty seven thousand opening days nice number but i still thought you know having this last year and i kind of thought it would even sort of gone over thirty You know look to me just in thinking about a little bit more. It's still you know for a lot of people early. July mid-july is still baby thoroughly. Perserverance oga To be in person So maybe you'll august toll thing you the more folks here. But the the raisins been solid. the beddings been beyond belief. And now know get Thirty four days ago exactly and we went into We went into opening week with You know a few a few highlights in mind and the two year olds certainly Always always focus here and the the echo zulu performance wit As well those were a pair of the two year old highlights and and then you know then we're going to get the assortment the turf the turf babies now started to come out as well and Yesterday and it feels like we're into a good steady. Beat one of the issues. Dave and the i want to ask you about the herpes Status you know that sort of was potentially even a bigger problem than it seems like. It's turning out but it did impact The entries for the coaching club and it. It does feel that there's certain divisions that it's just there's too many stakes around the northeast around the country And so it's making those fields a little meager size-wise and again. I'll down my my phrase. That'll be the thing as your previous question. What else isn't it. I mean jurisdictions. Just run the same in same division and expect to you know. People expect them to be all full field. And it's like it's not gonna happen You guys know iowa. Oaks delaware oaks non-nato coaching club. American oaks. I mean you know there. There's not an abundance of these sources You know some of the ones that came through the pipeline early to try and get to the kentucky. Oh fell by the wayside and you have sort of what's left and a couple of late late comers then you have a you know a stick out. Even over margin of victory doesn't sh- stamper as a standout but not now that is viewed as a you know kind of a monster type philly and maybe she just does what she has to do. But you know the the mother you not have a big field and that's three weeks you know. They're not gonna run back from the mother goose to the coaching club. They just don't do it anymore. So you know and then you have again now. That is just a monster in the division. And i think she's only gonna get better when i agree with todd. Pletcher as you know these trainer a assessment is gonna get better with the longer distances and more racing and as good as she was in the kentucky oaks. I expect her to be that much. Better in the alabama and tomorrow's a nice little sort of stepping stone to get to that the The three year olds get showcased on the turf today and for the second friday in a row last week. That forbidden apple shaped up as a fabulous race. Rinaldi ends up winning on the front end. This group today the lake. George typically like to look ahead to the weekend but it. It's hard not to look at this race. Save some thoughts about the this assembly. The funny thing is the only that i thought you could sort of dismiss is the one. Who's the trainer already believed believed that too because grandma's said yesterday could've scratched invincible gals so She was the only one. I thought probably spend couldn't win this race. It's a solid group of three year olds. Billy's led by the chad brown cortex And the one that. I kind of fancy a little bit. Stay on her last race in some of the training. I've seen it is the one on the outside and on I know that franko. But that might just help your price when you see you know i read on. Nbc and jose on technical analysis obviously both could win their. They're solid at announces cutting back to a mile but i like mitt on performance in the wild applause. She was blocked Runaway rumor who's who's a solid contender as well And it will be a price Got the jump on.

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An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

Latino Rebels Radio

03:39 min | 5 months ago

An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

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"gullo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

08:33 min | 8 months ago

"gullo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Like around the house yet. It said in one thousand nine hundred miles around three generations of gullo women in the family on saint helena off the coast of georgia and south carolina innovative leaders use of the dialogue and interwoven storylines among the predominantly female cast. The film focuses on ancestoral matriarchal storylines as well as the history of former slaves who settled on the island and formed an independent community there it also explores migration of black americans around the civil war and the transformation of tradition and culture. It feels it feels so personal but personnel in this universal sands of the black experience like it felt like a story. We didn't history and emotion from many voices becoming one. It feels like a piece of you maybe because of the the connection to the diaspora felt like me to. Can you talk about the process of research in bringing these histories together So that we can kind of relate to them even though it at the same time felt very much like a foreign film. Okay well thank god for the wpa. The research in oral histories In the nineteen thirties. Fdr projects art drooping. Whatever though i was able to Get firsthand primary goal. The primary sources of research everything within daughters of the dust is based upon actual events and issues and folklore and and things told to me and things misunderstood in and so. I'm just really weaving historical events issues into a dramatic story dramatic story. That's told in a way that african west african grill will tell the story right so rose out in a different structure. That's the non west it turns out to be a non west Alive what yeah. It really felt like a meditation. Coulter am womanhood and and black womanhood in a way that you know we had never seen. I remember being my cousin's house in washington for the first time and being enthralled by your sense of of courage you know the not subtitled lewd and not to have a translation not next excellent. All of that comes strong. My love of foreign films and even american films that are like a harry handy irish-american accident or talian american accent and millet crossing And you don't get it at first but you just stick with it and your ear. You relaxed standing. It's just like well. Why can't we have that you analogy. Jackson is not southern accent in why we have to have a southern accent. You know look with branded with so many things you know hollywood brands. That sim says you know. This is what black people do out tied scarf on the head. Now they do. Everything is based upon gone out south. Flying nissen's what it looks like in cotton doesn't look like anything when it's time to be picked. It doesn't look like it doesn't hollywood movies. Fire ended to that is it's cotton. Wasn't jane on the islands. I love that you have the indigo indigo on rice. And so i use the indigo blue to stay in the hands of the people who were living ancestors those who had survived slavery had permanently blue stain hands. Even though in reality the over time the blue stay would have worn off. But that was the way i was showing the scars of slavery rather than the whips on the back that we see a movie. Mass to do with Enslaved people. I showed blue hands. That was beautiful another perspective that we had never witnessed before. And can you talk about that. Can you talk about kraft in your process and how you make these. Listen also collaborated with incredible filmmakers. I knew arthur jaffa obviously with cinematographer. But i didn't know kerry. Danes marceau was the production designer. Yes kerry james marshall. Yes and michael. Kelly williams at both very fine fine artists y and they're all right and they worked on it and they built nats. Shared a built the figurehead. I mean they built up from scratch. So these are artifacts. I'm like i need those bs. Oh that's another story as another tragedy story of putting so being put in start and be lost but anyway yes with merging with them on my god sherry had never done a film before right and so he has nothing co after a. Yeah and then. He did praise house with me again when i did that. Magical reality with the urban wish. When we worked together was beautiful. Yeah and then. He decided he went back. Painting the rest disaster ask you know. They want to deal with the rocks in hollywood stuff anymore. But he's very supportive curious and his wife. Shiro will lose bruce if very supportive. They don't so much money to the make of travel to the girl. Yes starring about hub burnham as mark roe will be get into that but you you did touch on it a little bit but i wanted to talk about it more. You know with the release of my phone queen and slam. It was so polarizing in the black community. I feel like because there's such a lack of black content who out of enough diversity of our voices and perspectives. lack filmmakers. Had this really unfair burden to kind of speak for the entire community Or receive intense criticism and in an age when black thumbs really showcasing black masculinity their highest with like juice and new jack city boys in the hood. I'm curious to know how daughter was received in the black community. It was polarized that will be inherited that yeah it was very bad it and received it and you know with with the blessings and all of that but the no well. What is she trying to do she. she's got him. Set the doors on black filmmaking. She's going run it for us. And why don't you just make english. They will be ruled. Told me why did he do a documentary about the valerie. Kitschy i will. What makes you think you could just do a film about people. We've never heard of before so there was Hey hey which twenty nine years out. and now there's more acceptance night war remorse voices. They're more voices and people are not so you know about it so i think it's the same thing that's going to happen with queensland i hope so i hope it's already people you know people love it. They love the your your courage Because we see filmmaker to a not courageous. Who just wanna you know. get by. Let me just get in the film get check. Stack the money and go on. No you were trying to say something else you dove head first into. I have to say this is exactly. Yeah that's ain't had and starry but you know this is my ending this act. This is what people okay like. It doesn't have to be for everyone you know like we're not a monolithic group of people and we have diverse voices and we're not we don't like all the same things and that's okay and.

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"gullo" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"gullo" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"I will in that the whole point of this red table they supposed to be truthful and honest. Let it fly. She wasn't doing that I. I think I. Think Personally I think that the whole thing is stupid and they should have that conversation behind closed doors. Don't fuck and film. Why are you? Why are you having this conversation? They want the likes they want. Clout I. Just think it's I. Think it's a disgusting way to gain that kind of baton dash. Kardashian level. I think will Smith who's old school and we know even though we've been around Will Smith for twenty plus thirty years, and we think we know him. We don't know anything about him. But I I had this perception that he was just more. He was a step above something like that something that just gain attention and just be shock value. that. He's. He's a he's a guy that wrapped never use curse words. He's very selective about the movies he does. It just seemed disgusting the whole thing I've heard about it. It just seems Disgusting Hotel how they got talked into that, but world that we live was wild and watch. It was just as shocked. I was like what the? Car Crash TV's is I know I know it's fun to like you see celebrities and see they all cheat to. What what what the fuck is this? The? Dirty laundry to get like I think they want to try normalize the fact that people cheat on in junior. And Listen! Everybody knows that being faithfuls really hard thing to do. And especially, if you're good looking and you have like people throwing themselves at you and stuff like that, or it's really just easy for you to do, or you're a fucking sex addict. Different reasons. So i. just think that we all know that this is hard and we all know that it's fucking me. We don't need to see. We need to see your lies unravel. No, it's. It's just weird. Sad all right so wrapping up before he ranked these any other comments about similar themes across all yes. We're talking about a ripley in election there there is the correlation of social climbing. Yes, so ripley as a social climber, and so is so so as flick. Tracy flick is also. She's the type of person that will do whatever she has. She's a sociopath. She kind of is absolutely so they to have a common thread as well now. Almost all these movies are about identity in some form, which I thought was very interesting the. New. Movies are still kind of about. Searching for purpose in meaning in life so I mean they they all have a very. You know an overarching theme of of what we were talking about with the past eight movies and they're all. These are very compelling and gripping films like they. They kind of grab you. And You're along for the ride the whole time so. That's a credit to these four I think that they are and they were not the most popular. That's true there. May All of these even these kind of like You know off the beaten path? Movies are still very good. Young. They're all I mean. All twelve of the these movies have been amazing all right out of those four Anthony gives us Let's do the rink. Where would you put these four in your favorites? So this one's pretty much the toughest one. Yeah The Rain I. I'm going to say this but I. I'm not confident in these rankings I think I could switch these at any moment I would have last eyes wide shut okay out of the four. I would go with go being third. Okay election, being to in talented Mister Ripley being number one English thing, those top three I could interchange at any point very close. Yeah, that was hard I. took me a while rugs. Where'd you put these four? I'm like I'm like Mirroring Anthony for the first time. Wow, oh. Because I feel like eyes. Wide shut is the weakest. Because of the acting and the fact that it's Kinda like opaque still. I still can't really. Does, know clarity to what exactly it is, but it's dream like you know meant to be that dream and yeah, but I do think that for all of the four hundred days of shootout, and we should have gotten a little bit more. Yes, yeah. and. The fact that it's two and a half hours long. We should have gotten some clear But I. do like that film, but it's out of these four. I like it the least, and then yeah would anthony said I'd probably would put election I and And then go third. and. Second? Election Ripley Gullo. Ripley one, but I can definitely make an argument. Oh. My favorite out of these I'm putting a number one to go. Because that's my, that's.

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"gullo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"gullo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Them i. We know he's fast. I have to prove that up to see it in the morning morning. You're right you're right. I love you know David has really you know Kinda bonded with him got him figured outed and like you said the other night that I would probably take back and you know Kinda talk about for cases so I mean he does what he wants to do is reach prior to the point. He didn't get out of the gate he he's spotted him about five weeks and I thought well if he's going to get beat that's how it's going to happen. And then he said Oh. He doesn't no he doesn't get too often. I'll put up a video for those. The you got to follow the story of welder to recently nick. I can't thank you enough. You know. I really appreciate the recognition. Thank you for for You know being interested in our okay Brad. We love it and we'll see him At Oakland this This winter looking forward to Theresa Lunatic Joining us as well obviously earlier. Today the Gary Gullo visit and Blaine right John John White Gianni Letta Fun morning. Hope you enjoyed it so good action. Today is actually a great maiden special at big bulky field at finger lakes today the sixth. I gotTa look at this twelve Horsfield. Two year old fillies go and five and a half is a good allowance to good luck. Wherever you're playing today back tomorrow Andy Surly and a whole bunch more? We still got plenty of people to catch up to like Andrew Learner. WanNa get Andrew One need baffert too and much more. I gotta go take care of the kitchen to talk to you the morning. Replay away. Six hundred series accent..

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How Do Wolverines Work?

BrainStuff

04:39 min | 1 year ago

How Do Wolverines Work?

"Bring stuff a production of iheartradio. Hey Lauren bo-bottle here. The taxonomic family of weasels is a motley crue they can be slinky and shy like Pine Marten Org grouchy and taciturn like a badger. Ferrets otters are playfully curious and then there are honey badgers which are basically just resercher weasels but perhaps the most fascinating weasel is the wolverine the scientific name for a wolverine is Gullo which is literally Latin for Glutton Glutton. Not sure whether the team marvel knew that when they were designing experts broody anti hero but these animals seem legitimately super heroic not only in what and how much they manage to eat but but how they generally ace life in the northern forests and Alpine Tundra. They call home about the size of a mid sized dog but resembling a small bear. A Wolverine Green is a weasel of paradox weighing in at between twenty two and forty pounds. That's about ten to eighteen kilos. The males being larger than the females they defend territories stories greater than those presided over by Grizzly bears from forty miles up to three hundred seventy miles. That's between sixty five and six hundred kilometers and they do do it aggressively. They've been known to fight a wolf or even a bear off of a kill. That said Wolverines are omnivores eating pretty much whatever their sensitive noses does lead them to ground squirrels Moose mountain goats carcasses buried beaters under the ice and snow birds eggs berries etc.. They'll even dig deep under the snow to kill and eat a hibernating animal unlike a lot of other Arctic animals that deal with the long bitter winters by either hibernating or by grading someplace Balmier. A wolverines means dense frost resistant coat which at one time made them a major target for for trappers. It snowshoe like pause and the ability to jump through frozen meat and even bones make it possible for them to stay outside in the far north year round. They're also pretty hyperactive no matter what time of year. It is one wolverine wearing a tracking device in grand tent. National Park was found to have walked over five hundred miles. That's over eight hundred kilometers. In two months we spoke with Rebecca Waters Executive Director the Wolverine Foundation based in Bozeman Montana. She said they can go and go and go no matter what the terrain is like. They have crazy metabolism. And they don't hibernate so they're always out exploring also been known to Climb Hills and slide down on the snow repeatedly just for fun while curious and fearless wolverines coverings are almost pathologically cagey. They're nocturnal. So they're used to slinging around in the shadows and they've been known to stock researchers for miles without being spotted and just as for trappers of old had a difficult time catching wolverines and preventing them from robbing their traps. Modern researchers have had a hard time finding following and catching them Water said they're Wiley clever and playful. It's very hard to trap wolverine if you're trying to catch it to kill it but they know when the research live trap is out and they'll return again and again a for free meal. Sometimes they'll take part. The camera straps that are set up nearby or play with loose ropes or wires but but as difficult as they are defined in the flesh. It's not tough to find where they've been. One of the common names for Wolverines skunk bear or stink bear because they spray verriest landmarks and sometimes enemies with a special concoction of metal beauty knowing acids from their anal glands the smell of which has variously been described as sweaty cheesy. Easy and like a Barnyard. They do this to communicate with each other. Since one male might have three or more females living in his territory raising his kits or babies with with him mails help raise the babies. Wolverines also communicate vocally with each other and especially their kids in mother wolverines dig burrows sometimes fifteen eighteen feet. That's four and a half meters under the snow to protect their kids from predators and the cold. Although wolverines are currently considered a species of least concern of extinction action having bounced back after nearly going extinct during the nineteenth century due to habitat loss and aggressive hunting poisoning and extermination campaigns. They're currently facing new threats. The water said habitat loss and fragmentation are issues for the population in the lower. Forty eight states due to development wolverines require cold and snow which is mostly found at high elevations in the lower forty eight. Wolverines have very large territories

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"gullo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"On figs <hes> he's actually he's actually competitive certainly standpoint hammerton ice weekend. There's a lot of good two year old races as well. I laid those out <hes> with jay proven earlier and looking forward to the big weekend of the del mar dr season and plenty of good racing and in fact omaha beach a week from sunday in the shared belief as he gets his governor uh-huh. Let's hope you make back now. You talk to jay real quick over there. You mentioned you mentioned the donald berto phillies. Did you talk about the colt attending the sixth rates on saturday a day or they have. They have a special day. You did matt oh wait a minute. Maybe you know maybe we didn't actually on saturday or sunday battered. You talked about the phillies on saturday on the six rates on <hes>. I mean excuse me on sunday. The sixteenth on saturday is a two year old race and and the niners niners special days of donald berjaud owned honda or for training and looks like you know to the works look pretty good. He twelve to one of the programs ramp. You have to deal with the two baths as you usually do but i take a look at special day a little bit and of course the holiday or firm you know personally. I'm rooting for every that he has as in wherever they are well that raise. You should also note that you've got the second time you got the second time starter from disarm. Oh as well for silverton overton hill right <hes> that's the the gray magician half brother by constitution frederick town at you've got a half to gettysburg debut in the very expensive saratoga yearling last year this hydrogen for s. f. and starlight and company <hes> odd mandy pope bread. You got all kinds of things and then you got a hot working mineshaft colt the maryland bred that the mcguinness's <unk> produced and royal thunder is the name of this colt and tim you acting sends out and this one's working up a storm so this is a big rally down out of well. I'm glad you brought this up. This racist loaded. There's an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar purchase in there the sheriff thrown out there so this this is this is the best rates that's been run here in california by far <hes> i believe and this is like you said earlier about the phillies. It's going to be one of those races where you look back and go that one came from that region so we talked about the sheriff says honore p j j mentioned that feels was like on our a._p. Might want more distance. I'm just i'm just pleased that a hollywood story is <hes> is back with john as well with sheriff's <hes> and he certainly knows the family hammer. I appreciate it and i'm sorry i missed you but <hes> we'll catch up. Soon in person always always do enjoy again. <hes> welcome back to you know everybody. Else's glad to hear your voice as well. I appreciate it hammer everybody away. They go on your twitter. Let's stay right here. We'll close out or not going to get a chance to reach gary gullo who i really wanted to talk to but <hes> maybe we'll get gary on tv for sunday and a reminder that eleven thirty to twelve thirty at saratoga the opportunity to meet all the trainers <hes> this is the fundraiser the annual fundraiser for the lust garden garden foundation for.

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"gullo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You've got a very very deep strong riding county here but there have been a couple of guys that have just been writing at another level in junior being one of them. I've been so impressed rest with him. Obviously Joel The you know I read and Jose Ortiz Heavier Kesse. Johnny Velazquez has done everything there is to do as a writer all time winningest rider money one and he's still rides with an enthusiasm awesome net frankly is hard to keep up when you have very few mountains to climb sale right and and so to see him plying his trade watching Dylan developed my brothers writer Dylan Davis Villain has is really really put himself in the upper echelon riders and they've done it through hard work and so as a former writer you know doing this as a jockey's agent and with a guy that I feel fits in very well with this comedy. It's fun for me to watch a guy I I have such an appreciation for what I'm seeing and adding ridden with a incredible hall of fame colony through the eighties into the nineties. I really getting a kick out of watching these guys ride right now. There's just a lot of talent here. Oh no doubt and we're off to a to a nice start and that included the two year olds comical. That was a terrific running of the Schuylerville you had. I thought it was notable. Global you know with all these routes that are being run. <hes> certainly notable rich that if you get out on the lead your in you seem to be in very good stead armament yesterday and Gary Gullo how about Gullo with a pair of wins and the two year old that held off the Bruce Levine late charger and there there was a lot to digest yesterday and there were certainly some chances <hes> the you know to score big cue for Duchess View you the State Bread Group of Phillies a big brown bread by golden goose actually and big q with Rosario at but <hes> Sayas was charging that impassable Donna who took a ton of money late and you know she pulled up at the it looked like she was a little bit a heat distress <hes> after the race I gotTa check with Bruce Levine <hes> about <hes> the barn this morning and <hes>. They said she's okay so that's good news and you know Bruce doesn't get the credit he deserves bruce to win with first-time starters all the time and he was so good at preparing nowhere to run and I. I want a lottery system with I there's <hes> so we're not taking the money I went oh she she's good and and you know some people may be don't remember that and don't have as much confidence bruce for that but preuss does an amazing job Gary Gallo getting off the mark like that and you know it brought that to mind for me because Gary and Dominic Lucia were so close in one year dominic. Can I won the first two races of the meat we the early double and I was thinking about that yesterday. Dominic probably would be getting a kick out of Gary went into on opening day and I was happy for him. I thought the the car alright itself. I mean the weather didn't fully cooperate but a terrific day racing comical. He's about as pretty affiliates. You're ever GONNA say I was watching the poster went. Wow this silly. He's got an elegance to her in bouncing her step even at the Walk Fox got great walk and you know and people go to like horse sales and they love the walk that that's what they're talking about this a certain swing to the gate lettuces even at the walk that you'll see if you go to the phasing Tipton two year old sales. I mean a yelling sales appear that you you can pick it out there. There's a certain stride is a certain swing to a gate and she had just said a walk. I was like I I like this Philly and I was very happy to get three to one on her good job and of course not only the Doug O'Neill get a win but have I been sessile and I I didn't get a chance overnight.

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"gullo" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"They were playing the team who it was very very clear, we're better than them. So what they had to be better defensively had to be better than goal had to be better midfield, and they had to be better going forward. This was a beautiful move Chelsea as in order defensive crouch. Yeah. Beautiful move to go and make that goal in the end couplets Russ in that attack in the bull gets cut back from Assad to and Gullo county and GAO can't say who'd been ordered basically, Sarah. You've got a score more goals. I don't care the defensive midfielder in Sarah bowl system. I need you to contribute. Our need. You to score goals. We'd lashed it into the top of the net road. We should take the rewind the goal a fervor and let everyone that this. First, Sean, talk it for Chelsea in the half started with David Louise, ROY did Davidge Louise a crossfield bomb of a pass to spring tiny Pedrick down the wing. Love how he immediately instinctively clearly told by Saroj mealy switched the ball to the other flank defined the charging William Eden as that part. Standing vision rolled into a crevice of space. I believe only he would see and who turned up it was you and go low county, and when I watched the goal Davor, then if you agree with me that he thrashed the ball from the edge of the book with a late run in style. It reminded me of. Ample the late great Frank thought, except Frank Lampard would have would have shot it with his laces into the goal and Gallo pasta. But it was it was a late into the box run. That is the way that Chelsea midfielder's certainly most recently Franklin part of any late. Holy serres. No murata. No strike is on at the beginning of this game for either team. Yeah. But who needs a center forward when you got the volition of county under Sarah transition that we all got into writing off kind of floundered seems hard to fame to keep the ball in possession up to that point or really work out. How to influence the game? But this go out of nowhere on the game in which the team have been on the road for most of the first half with rip stray of juicy Marino era pump Chelsea playbook back in you negate the opponent and then spring forward with great clinical that win against boss Lona exactly that back in the days where marina was still good manager sanity fascinating. He had a few chest feelings on the ropes city gone fourteen league games about defeat. I think they've been behind for about twelve minutes this season so resilient so deep that they could go without Kevin debris as if losing his von God genius. Would just speed. They could win without Sergio Aguayo around men. The did lose David Silva who may have been the straw, the boat. The camel's back in the week that he looks like he's surgically transferred himself back to team here should lose him. Probably just too much and in this one by their own high standards city second off, we're worse than Santa con. I mean, what was shocking they barely challenge. The Chelsea go to shots on target razz toil. Gabriel Jay Jesus they couldn't create. They couldn't great, and Chelsea did defend it was like old school. Chelsea defending Fanta Ruediger. You mentioned him earlier, really. Shots amount. We don't doesn't get a lot of ink. He's been fantastic all season as Pilla Quetta was phenomenal in this game. Mark salons of phenomenal in this game..

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"gullo" Discussed on Showcase from Radiotopia

Showcase from Radiotopia

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on Showcase from Radiotopia

"Does that not come out? I think that's you come out. Really? So now, you still have teachers still thinking that if a student doesn't pronounce words the way they think they should be announced that their students ignorant, but people used it against us a such a way that so many people traumatized. They would never even up to this moment. Tell you that they will go Ichi everyone. I talked to said, I should meet this woman, Queen quit. She's one of the around two hundred thousand Golic Ichi people who live on the of the American South the low country. So one hundred can't get to these. You'll see Yellen thing that I would across this. She'll we use it when we recall issue on the Queen walks. Proud her head held high her braids dangling, and she's been defending her Gullick Ichi culture since she was born into it followed aside from Paolo on data island, and my mother's from Saint Helena island. So we are truly gonna geeky. So we did a true. Thing and thing like that in the no play play dole tall. Of course. Not everyone that I spoke with recognizes Quinn quit as the Queen of Gullo, but they do recognize her as someone who has made it her. Life's mission to protect Golic culture. She's protested offshore drilling talked on behalf of the Gulf at the UN, and she has a mission. She thinks it's just as important to protect the language as is to protect the land and just like, son. She told me that speaking gala wasn't always something that was respected many people who speak the language often have an accent. And so it's easy to identify us, generally speaking, and as a result in educational system, they would then isolate you until you well, if you speak like that you're not supposed to even be an honest classes or teachers with actually issue corporal punishment to you because you spoke a gull or geeky word instead of an English word so many of the elders in the community will not. Speak Gola in front of people period. They'll just don't talk at all or they'll try to change it to be quote, unquote, proper as they were taught, but actually darling. When I go to England, the Queen there doesn't believe American speak English. Okay. So who is the guide on what is proper then tell we say we were gone meaniful good. So one hundred get you stand on the tree hunting out and don't be at anything on the K yet. He we story. Queen and I are on Saint Helena island, and we met at a local library not far from the ocean. When we walk inside. She points me into directions that I need to go see like the islands edges or visit the few remaining praise houses these small huts that sat on plantations Gullo would go gather to worship. After the civil war the Gulf people remained pretty isolated. I mean, many of them stayed put here in the low country. They were tight cared for their own, and they were some of the first African Americans to own property and lots of it when they died their descendants got it everyone owned a little bit. It's called airs property, and it's been passed down for generations. But there's not always a lot of paperwork proving who owns that land, a group of people recently declared themselves a nation within a nation hoping that that will keep traditions together and condos away, but it doesn't quite answer. The question of what it means to be Gullit today. And that's part of why Queen quit thinks it's so important to preserve the language. So young people come to me like awkwardly look on you. Creek your with Lon. How for do? And they're proud because they realize they speak something that they just freaking fun of other people, and those people will never know what they say. So it's a blessing to see it come full circle..

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"gullo" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Again, one forgets what a big and unexpected thing that was as for the machines designed. The peace says and the sea of beige boxes. The I cut a figure like no other computer. It looks like it's from another planet, Steve Jobs out of the time, a good planet, a planet with better designers if you'd like to be reminded just how I pop in the candy coated machines could be head the Henry Ford museum of American innovation in Dearborn. Michigan, they have show not about the machines, but in which the machines feature prominently a separate piece from call to mock says. I MAC g three as part of a pop up exhibition of transparent, objects, tight. Pulled looking through things that show focuses on objects through which one can see which makes the Bondi blue. I MAC and that's Brad Renna, perfect. Fed Kristen Gullo, no curator of communication and information technology. At the Henry Ford spoke of the machine. The cult of MAC, saying the, I g three Mark day significant moment and the personal computer revolution, convergence technology, and the history of apple as a company. The g three had a huge impact as a home computer, streamline the act as a plug and play access point to the internet during the late nineteen ninety s and early two, thousands. We saw an explosion and online culture and quoting web-based shopping the beginnings of social media and overall ravenous information consumption mad g three wasn't aesthetically pleasing portal to access this new world, the peace as.

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"gullo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us down and he would seem to us and he would clap to us and and uh i think that's where i get my my music from i i had been about two or something around that but he would uh he put us in front of you sit down he would stump on the floor and he would keep the steady beat going on the floor and then he would clapped this other rhythm and that's just that's the gala rhythm that's the basis for it all you will hear that in in when you're listening to ranki tank if you go to a church and a low country if you go to a a baptist church on a ame church or any of the historically black denominations church you you're going gonna hear that beat in the low country that's just a given whether it's a slow sun hung or fast song whether it's a him whether it's a gospel song you're gonna hear that and so he would keep that steady you know four on the floor with his foot and then he would clap and then he would sink to us he would just go jumped be john j o b jumped jumped b jumped and we just sit there and jumped lino just in any way shape or form you know we were two or three or four years old than in and then he got fall baby b fall and then you die on the floor and everybody gets a laugh you know sadeq that but but i think uh looking back on it that that was that was you know the thing for me that rhythm you know it's embedded in everybody in the low country that's the rhythm it's definitely it i'll tell you what let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more and will hear some music if you're just joining us my guess are three of the members of the banned ranki chanke which plays music from the gullo tradition but in a contemporary setting may guess are klay rossi's if a terrorist and singer cana parlor who's the main singer with the band and trout and singleton who is a trumpeter and singer we'll be right back this is fresh air mm this is fresh air my guess or trumpeter charlton singleton guitarist klay ross and singer cana parlor three members.

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"gullo" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on KPCC

"Us down and he would seem to us and he would clapped to us and and uh i i think that's where i get my my music from i i had been about two or something around that but he would uh he put us in front of you sit down and he would stump on the floor and he would keep the steady beat going on the floor and then he would clap this other rhythm and that's just that's the goal rhythm that's the basis for all you we will hear that in in when you're listening to rank he tank if you go to a church and a low country if you go to a a baptist church on a ame church or any of the historically black denominations church you're gonna hear that be in the low country that's just a given you know whether it's a slow sun hung or fast song whether it's a him whether it's a gospel songs you're gonna hear that and so he would keep that steady you know four on the floor with his ford and then he would clap and then he would sink to us he would just go john baby jumped joe baby jumped john bailey jumped and we just sit there and jumped know just in any way shape or form you know we were two or three or four years old than in and then he got fall babe be fall and you'd dive on the floor everybody gets a laugh you know at that but but i think uh looking back on it did that was that was you know the thing for me that rhythm you know it's embedded in everybody in the low country that's the rhythm it's definitely it i'll tell you what let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more and will hear some music if you're just joining us my guess are three of the members of the banned ranki chanke which plays music from the gullo tradition but in a contemporary setting may guests are klay ross's a qatari austin singer cana parlor who's the main singer with the band and trout and singleton who is a trumpeter and singer.

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"gullo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will hear that in in when you're listening to rank tank if you go to a church in a low country if you go to a a baptist church on ame church or any of the historically black the nominations church you you're gonna hear that beat in the low country that's just a given you know whether it's a slow sun hung fast song whether it's a him whether it's a gospel songs you're gonna hear that and so he would keep that steady you know four on the floor with its foot and then he would clap and then he would sink to us he would just got ta be jumped to be jumped jumped b jumped and we just sit there and jumped we know just in any way shape or form you know we're in a two or three or four years old than in and then he got fall baby a b fall then you die everybody gets a laugh you know sat like that but but i think uh looking back on it that that was that was you know the thing for me that rhythm you know it's embedded in everybody in the low country that's the rhythm it's definitely it i'll tell you what let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more and will hear some music if you're just joining us my guess are three of the members of the ban ranki chanke which plays music from the gullo tradition that in a contemporary setting may guess are klay ross's a qatar est and singer cana parlor who's the main singer with the band and trout and singleton who is a trumpeter and singer we'll be right back this is fresh air mm this is fresh air my guess or trumpeter trout singleton guitarist klay ross and singer cana parlor three members.

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"gullo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And he would seem to us and he would clap tours and and uh i i think that's where i get my my music from i i had been about two or something around that but he would he put us in front of you sit down and he would stump on the floor and he would keep the steady beat going on the floor and then he would clapped this other rhythm and that's just that's the gala rhythm that's the basis for all you we will hear that in in when you're listening to rank tank if you go to a church in a low country if you go to a a baptist church on a ame church or any of the historically black denominations church you you're gonna hear that beat in the low country that's just a given whether it's a slow sun hung or fast song whether it's a him whether it's a gospel song you're gonna hear that and so he would keep that steady you know four on the floor with his foot and then he would clap planning he would sink to us he would just go baby jumped to be jumped jumped be jumped and we just sit there and jumped you know just in any way shape or form you know we were two or three or four years old vin in and then he got fall baby a b fall and then you dive on me anybody hit to laugh at that but but i think uh looking back on it at that was that was you know the thing for me that rhythm you know it's embedded in everybody in the low country that's the rhythm it definitely it i'll tell you what let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more and will hear some music if you're just joining us my guess her three of the members of the banned ranki tank he which plays music from the gullo tradition that in a contemporary setting may guess are klay ross's a qatar austin singer cana parlor who's the main singer with the band and and singleton who is a trumpeter and singer we'll be right back this is fresh air this is fresh air my guess or trumpeter trout and singleton guitarist klay ross and singer cana parlor three members.

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"gullo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And he would seem to us and he would clap tours and and i think that's where i get my my music from i i had been about two or something around that but he would he put us in front of you sit down and he would stump on the floor and he would keep the steady beat going on the floor and then he would clapped this other rhythm the that's just that's the gala rhythm that's the basis for it all you will hear that in in when you're listening to rank tank if you go to a church and a low country if you go to a a baptist church on ame church or any of the historically black denominations church you're gonna hear that beat in the low country that's just a given in whether it's a slow sun hung or fast song whether it's a him whether it's a gospel song you're gonna hear that and so he would keep that steady you know four on the floor with his foot and then he would clap and then he would sink to us he would just got ta be john j o b jumped joe be jumped and we just sit there and jumped known just in any way shape or form you know we were in a two or three or four years old them in and then he got fall babe be fall and then you die everybody gets a laugh you know sadeq that but but i think uh looking back on it but that was that was you know the thing for me that rhythm you know it's embedded in everybody in the low country that's the rhythm that's definitely at i'll tell you what let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more and will hear some music if you're just joining us my guess are three of the members of the banned ranki chanke which plays music from the gullo tradition but in a contemporary setting may guess are klay ross's guitarist and singer kiana parlor who's the main singer with the band and trout and singleton who is a trumpeter and singer we'll be right back this is fresh air oh headlines on your phone barely break the surface dive into the news.

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"gullo" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on The Canon

"Two thousand one where you can see vincent gullo jerking off and a woman biting the teenagers face office as you have sex with him have it to be fair when casey vincent gallo checking off here insults of these moon interestingly so the the label of new french extremity came from an article in two thousand four a written by a guy named james quandt who is a and he's a film critic anna at a programmer based in maybe toronto and he wrote an article called flesh and blood sex and violence in recent french cinema and it was has enraged negative response to movies human been seeing in particular a movie by bruno dumont that came out in two thousand three cold twenty nine homes in the sky james coin hid felt betrayed that somebody who he thought previously was like the next rubber song was making this violent sex drivel in in he refers to what he calls the new french extremity as a quote we wrote in his article baba as much as bataille saulo no less than saad seemed the determinants of a cinema suddenly determined to break every toubou to weighed in rivers of viscera in spoons of sperm to fill each frame with flesh nubile or gnarled in subjected to all manner of penetration of mutilation in defilement which to me it sounds like a fantastic time and they send occupy fantastic elaboration as a person he's is too much of the idea that yeah he he really went for it so this is it's it's not so much a movement although a lot of the filmmakers had something to do with one another just sort of a collection of things that happened the free as every unit know this yourself is like a modernday our director as soon as you say a group of directors are part of a movement they're like fucking i'm not will absolutely in in in.

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"gullo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The weekend do a bunch of the band thin from restaurants in lack the dorin gullo on we get a lot of young families in our last couple of building stonebridge are we did in two thousand twelve to two thousand fourteen about fifteen to eighteen families there we get a lot of people i as a twenty five percent of our people who have ave lived in one of our buildings is moving into our final building a like a thing how is that market down there the minneapolis downtown condo market and how as that may be the last few years been compared with the rest of the the market well mr stanton started in two thousand put nap condo buildings and it went king busters 'til about two thousand seven or eight like most things dead and when the market adjusted substantially firstly we had a project called the pitch why do as two hundred eighty two units and that's when i came in and down we literally were able to stabilise prices and hold through and not be do some and thankfully that's really gain people huge equity than we moved into stonebridge and we saw the hundred fifty units in ten months and wow hatch leaned to that from about three fifty two million two and and those people saw appreciation of about twenty five two hundred percent literally up of them recently and saw um a lot of them are either moving into the legacy or buying another unit to have family members down there which is seen a lot of people wind to be right in the heart of that um i won projects down by the river gives a lot of opportunities for bikers walker is a little bit more quiet on that side the portland towers more about being close to work and being close to a lot of amenities morgan new a we're gonna continue the discussion here with colleen rats laugh lebow after a after the mid break for the show but colleen i also wanted to mention to um from everybody here at the minnesota real estate show oh as definite sincere condolences to you regarding the recent passing of your father mr stan who was just a icon in the real estate market here in minnesota and just a wonderful guy i i i i i stopped out too the wake and just a ton of.

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"gullo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"gullo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know kinda my other question my request question geysers what are we gotta do to entice you guys maybe if the danette dan i know you've got a clear it to come out and hang out with us in steamboat i know that some snowboarders in there we we got a little radio show harvey subtle here that you guys should come over and kill for a first bell if he can if you include gets up there all right well thank you tony gullo plug in there i never route that the ridge iraqis member dante bichette i the rockies were great they were always fun because during the highlights his that's how i would look at i look at a match up on in you get the rundown when i did sports center and then i would get certain number of games and then whoever i was on with we'd get the other games and then you would go only pseudo i have uh god get got the indians here i got the brewers with pat liz stash how do i make this saying and then you'd have other games where you go you know i got there i got the rockies or there'd be certain teams that you just thought they're gonna be fun you know junior was always great to have with the seattle mariners team that was great eight jay buhner unit now they had they had some uh some big time and so i look at my highlights that way but we use to try to trade sometimes highlights or the other co i worked with the coanchor and a cohen anchor counted how many highlights i had and how many that person i would eyes and do that no wasn't eisen but by the way shout out to rich eisen he's set the edge not once but twice on the nfl network last night pregame and then to post games setting the edge that's the now i got to do this on football nine america i have to i have to give the expression that's the new expression in the nfl now setting the edge to do that sunday night somehow some way somebody either set the edge or didn't set the edge but there i got to give a shout out back to revise in there i we're back more phone calls coming up after this dan patrick show this is the day in patrick show on sports 1300.

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