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"ho andrew" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:30 min | Last month

"ho andrew" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"ho andrew" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

08:21 min | 4 months ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Guys the answer to a long lasting relationship. Here's my advice to you. Find a woman who will buy you underpants on a regular basis because cat. Did you sign me up for something or are you just buying me underpants. Every month i got a subscription for you of underpants they have underpants subscriptions. I didn't realize that. Well that's exciting. All i know is getting some great underpants. And i'm very very pleased. Yeah well it's really nice. Because i selected the option to get a variety pack so one pair comes each month but my only parameter was that i needed the hotdog. Pair has a big hot dog on the especially more of a kill basa which is interesting. But my my favorite pair though is The patriotic underpants. That you got me that are red white and blue their star spangled and they have a big eagle on the front with a giant beak e. Yeah i mean it's a it's a pretty average size big me and my average size beak. What do you got for me. Sweet pants mcgee. You call me a name It was may eighteenth. Nineteen twenty seven and the excited kids of bath. Township michigan were attending their last day of school before summer break. Now i want to warn you. This is gonna be rough. I can tell by the tone in your voice is going to be a rough one. Yeah okay so. Bath was a rural village. A rural rural role bath was a rural village of three hundred people and despite its location about ten miles from lansing The school was made up of kids from lots of local neighborhoods in nineteen twenty two bath open. This consolidated school the bath consolidated school and it brought all of the regions students under one roof but at eight forty five the north wing of that three story structure exploded with such force that the boom was heard miles away with god. In what year was this again. One thousand nine hundred eighty seven eye. Witnesses and survivors were interviewed afterward by reporters and one of the teachers at the school. Bernice sterling told the ap that the explosion was like an earthquake. The air seemed to be filled with children and flying dessel. More kids were tossed high in the air. Some were catapulted out of the building. People rushed to the school to see what had happened and to help. Pull the students and teachers from the rubble. One of those volunteers was monty ellsworth. He noted that the north wing of the school had collapsed and that the edge of the roof was on the ground so he recalled that there was a pile of kids. Five or six deep under the roof. He volunteered to drive back to his farm and he was going to get a rope. That would be heavy enough to pull the school roof off of the children's bodies god so as he was heading back to his place he passed his neighbor. Andrew ki-ho heading toward the school he saw andrew andrew saw him and he said andrew grinned and waved his hand and when he grinned i could see both rows of his teeth. Andrew ki-ho was a fifty five year old school board treasurer and he was angry about the increase taxes that had recently been put in place in bath for the addition of the new school. He had also been defeated in the election for township clerk so he wanted lower taxes and he fought against the new school and he repeatedly accused superintendent of schools ameri of fiscal mismanagement. He had studied electrical engineering and michigan state university and he had a farm he also had a reputation in town is super frugal and he was very hot tempered. His neighbors described him as a tinkerer and knowledgeable handyman but indicated that he was really pretty indifferent as a farmer so he had this farm but he really didn't put his heart into it. His wife was ill with tuberculosis. and he's recently stopped making the mortgage payment so his farm was facing foreclosure about thirty minutes after the explosion at the school. Andrew ki-ho drove up to the site. He saw superintendent and summoned him over to his truck. Keough then stepped out of his truck. They had some words. He aimed his rifle at the truck and fired. His truck was filled with dynamite and trap dome. And the explosion killed the school superintendent. It killed himself. It killed a retired farmer nearby. And cleo clayton an eight year old second grader. This is after the school exploded. Clayton had survived the first blast and wandered out of the school building jesus. Victim's bodies were placed in a temporary morgue set up in the school yard. And then we're eventually taken to the town hall which was used as a temp morgue. Local physician j a crumb and his wife nurse had both served in world war one and they transformed drugstore in the town into a triage center. The governor of michigan at the time. Fred w green arrived in the afternoon and assisted in the relief work. He was carting bricks away from the scene. Meanwhile the lawrence baking company of lansing sent a truck filled with pies and sandwiches which were served to the rescuers in the township's community hall so police and fire officials gathered at the ki-ho farm to investigate. When they arrived they discovered all of the keyhole farm. Buildings had also been destroyed so he blew everything up. Everything state troopers were searching for. Nellie ki-ho andrew's wife. Laura out michigan burke yellows rights. They thought she was at a sanitarium but they discovered that nellie had been discharged two days earlier nellie key had been murdered by her husband sometime between her release and those bombings two days later keo put her body in a wheelbarrow at the rear of the farms. Chicken coop where it was found heavily. Charred after the farms explosion. Voice guy was a lot of fun. The farm's barn had also been burned down. Nobody noticed this. It was rural and he had arranged it so that the farm and the school blew up at the same time. Oh wow yeah holy shit. The barn had been completely destroyed. Had horses inside. Ki-ho had hobbled those horses so they had no chance of escape. He also plays firebombs throughout the house. so that head exploded as well. It was determined that ki-ho had spent months planning this event. He was driving to land saying explicitly coming back to town and bit by bit loading the floorboards of the school with dine so four months in this is because of his tax unhappiness with the level of taxation. Yeah wow he also had the foresight to buy a new set of tires for his truck to avoid breaking down while transporting. The explosives rescue workers searching through the rubble of the school. Found some five hundred pounds of explosives in the south wing. That had failed to detonate ki-ho had intended to destroy the entire school so the search was halted to allow michigan state police to disarm the devices. They found that an alarm clock had been set to go off at eight forty five. Am and they thought that maybe the initial explosion had somehow caused a short circuit in the second set of bombs.

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"ho andrew" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

Ghosts on a Train

07:47 min | 7 months ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

"Led mr the tank. Yeah you puts the hammer back down. Got away all right any tosses. You will alley pop. Oh thank you for your troubles. This is normal lollipop right. Nothing like okay. Great thank you. I'm just. I don't know a sweet shopping. Offense has a couple of that that is hey. If i were gonna pick a front you got you got good taste now. You're not so bad yourself. You know melissa niagara happened. Lineups mother jobs and Let's say after the successful. What i might end up accidentally getting a bit of a supernatural reputation but could use your help with you. See some kind of Inventors come through. I'm a built. What is the call it spirit locator testers now. Obviously that'll mean treating some dangerous spirits. You guys have the backbone for Floppy in touch ho andrew anderson. Listen listen if you think. You could play hardball with me. All right. i've heard about you. Have you all talk in orphanage. But it's it's my time now. You can't just waltz back into the now. I got a new gig. I'm glad to see that everyone is in good hands. Make sure your adult does. What's good for. I will let him know can can i. Can i just ask a question. You may make will. One was andrew also a crime lord. I was not but now. I'm kind of regretted that this is a pretty sweet gig mall. Listen not everybody has the same ambition of test the tank engine but pretty much. Everybody who's gone through that orphanages tunsil crimes here and they're like steel comex in stuff for the kids in food. Sometimes nothing nothing to this extent. Gotcha second question. Could i have some gummy bears. You may have three. gummy bear. Choose between can. Can we up to four. Just i want one of each flavor here at hammer talking back three three. You know what. I didn't like green much anyway. That's right listen you take you take what you're given and expects nothing more all right. Thank you all right. Goodbye answer the tank. Then could snaps fingers. It's time for my. 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Drop a line for for you if people you work for me and you ever head down to the night market in about the night market. Don't you the names come up of promote key on this. This specific yeah. I haven't really heard all that much for my market itself isn't exactly a police made specifics. It's not in any one place to be fair but if you can find the door in any city at the right stroke of midnight which awful hard to tell without a son i know but you had the night market is run by dead but bill serve you if trump line for me and it was out with guys a great county donna. Thank you thank you before you week before. Sorry i what am i bought a drink Smoke a a cigarette with his hands all have a drink. Thanks kid are already appreciate that. So tricks as he take a sip of some some particularly burning alcohol behind you see a woman dressed in her nightgown and in horror. She her hand to her throat. Nec between her fingers bled and you watch fades away. Please write down that. 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"ho andrew" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cancel culture is alive and well there's a video going around online that is insane okay it's a video that was taken by a black guy named Carlos Diller and the Diller design on Twitter and it is a video of him driving up behind a white woman who was wearing a mask and then proceeding to tell her as she screams and pleads with him not to do so and then filling her license plate so he can Dr she claims that she cut him off and then use the N. word there's no evidence that any of this ever happened there's no evidence that you come off if she did come off that's not I mean she's the N. word he has apparently repeatedly on Twitter accused people of using the N. word his daughter handled is why people hate which is great that's just that's funny that that's going on now the video of her screaming and pleading with him not to docks are and saying that she is in fact married to a black man has three point two million views as of this time and she has been canceled by a large segment of Twitter but she's decided she's a white woman who is using her white tears and white fragility as a weapon when in fact she is literally just hang him please don't ask me this is dumb this is pretty much where we are this is where we are so good times people are are just cancel each other willing only and buying into every narrative that could possibly be dropped on somebody we don't require proof anymore this is what the third or fourth story we talked about on the show or somebody accuses somebody something without any proof and friends and becomes a national story member there's that fed ex Hey there is this Hey take the fed ex guys claiming that a man used a racial slur against and there's no tape of the racial slur went went viral anyway we see a bunch of cases like this you're gonna catch something on tape that's bad you can't just accuse somebody of having done a bad thing you need to have some proof that the bad thing actually happened that actually otherwise I'm not gonna take your canceling seriously so the reason I'm taking the news in the locker of the NASCAR driver seriously is getting Askar said it happened as actual allegation of an actual event and now the FBI is going back in and out whatever happened when everybody says it happened or not that's when investigation should work but since the organization has testified that happened I can at least say that head end didn't claim a certain person in specific if they win a certain person in specific well then you could presumably claim that you need proof for that obviously but I'm are you don't need any proof all you need do is film somebody like literally produces anybody you could literally do this than anybody could tell somebody said they use the N. word and then say to them you just use the N. word and then they start screaming and crying and saying I didn't use the N. word and you just keep coming and any posted online is presented ideas man one person gets credit it's almost certainly isn't absurdity are you making the country better place many of us I really I really believe that we are not meanwhile GL has decided to jazz shop is coming to an inglorious I remember that time that the mayor of Seattle decided to jazz happens great trump said that was bad he was just anti democracy that's exciting stuff well now Seattle is going to phase down shop at night according to mayor Jenny Durkan who banned the policemen going in there and actually policing she said on Monday that the Seattle police department will be returning to Japan in east precinct building peacefully and in the near future following a weekend in which three people were shot at the edges of the protest area has emerged around the building Durkin said the city would attempt to phase down nighttime activity in the shopping area or earlier as jazz is known as jazz but they would not be using police records on rather they're going to be sending people cotton candy I actually she said they're gonna ask people to leave the area voluntarily at night because that's going to work they literally call themselves in a time zone where the occupy protests organized protest and you think they're just gonna leave because if you ask them to any target good luck with that just to be able to go home it's time for us restore calendars in Capitol Hill so can be a vibrant part of the community where I was informed that was already the most vibrant part of the community the most vibrant part not just of vibrant part the most vibrant part so now we're gonna have to go in there and get rid of all the graffiti prison will take some violence to get rid of some of these folks well done mayor Jenny Durkan is excellent local leadership meanwhile even in the state of the C. police are not allowing this sort of stuff protesters attempted to topple a bronze statue of president Andrew Jackson in a park next to the White House on Monday night they were thwarted when police intervened Hey wait a second please always just as exciting I'm glad to find out that the police have been told that they should actually defend you know public spaces according to The Washington Post is you know full dramatically as hundreds of demonstrators protesting police brutality lock arms around a statue in Lafayette square shortly before eight PM chanting Hey Hey ho ho Andrew Jackson's got to go I didn't realize it protesting police brutality meant that you have to take down a statue of a guy who left.

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"ho andrew" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Also here wow there was us all up in DC last night more statues more statues this time Andrew Jackson's home because Hey Hey ho ho Andrew Jackson's I gotta go as well they were screaming and luckily that got broken up by police who had to use some sort of chemical agents to disperse the crowd and I wish they would use a lot more of it frankly these people are out of control and it it's pointless without happening across the country right now with all of these monuments being toppled in the statues coming down and people have lost their minds completely and in DC they were trying to actually set up a whole other one of those autonomous zones are like calling it black something autonomous zone but the police were like not having it and now trump is talking about you know this executive order to make sure the people do time for taking down federal monuments and rightly so because this is insane and you and I both shared a video from a check from Venezuela who posted on tick tock her thoughts about what's happening and she was like this is how it started yeah this well this is exactly what led to our total decline Cuba warned us we didn't listen yeah he was like hello investors like we understand freedom exists here and they ignored it and then look at where they are now yeah well it's it's awful it's just terrible and obviously she's not there anymore no she's here and she's terrified at what she sees happening all around here because there's no place else to go you guys is it this America is the last place to go if you want freedom and awesomeness this is it yeah we can go this is people take that for granted them people do and I think another thing that people are doing which is really wrong right now is they see black lives matter and then they see black lives matter them well they're not saying black lives matter moving they're not seeing the difference between the two right yeah there's a difference between saying Hey I believe that black lives matter okay yeah I mean I think than they do normal people believe that right and then saying I buy back to the the black lives black black lives matter movement which is obviously a Marxist movement I mean I don't medically by the co founder I'm not putting words into their mouths that's actual those are words that came out of one of the co founders this the came out of her face she said we played on the show yesterday she said we are Marxists trained hello what does that say to you to me it says that that they have a a huge agenda there isn't an obvious agenda that's that's pushing them and directing them to it's not just toppling statues toppling the country and the blue and black lives are simply a tool to get there that's all this is and it's becoming more and more obvious by the day the black lives don't matter to these protesters what matters is changing our entire way of life yeah and that should terrify everybody yeah and black people especially should be like wait a second that's not cool no that's not cool to use me as a pawn in your little agenda so just terrifying what's going on yeah and I'm losing it like I've reached up with which I cannot it can no longer yeah I'm over to when they start talking about you know taking down statues of Jesus yeah I mean that's where we are I'm done that's right and we'll talk about that in a little bit but but it's it's getting crazy and I've reached the up with which I can no longer put when it comes to having tolerance for people who plan to vote Democrat because you're basically you're endorsing everything that's going on around you and I can't get on board I'm not going to just like you know agree to disagree yeah I'm going to blame you yes what's happening well as by supporting Democrats you are supporting the destruction of the country period the end of story yeah the problem is a lot of people right now mock and you know I see it all over social media so many people are like if I see something that goes against the group think I'll be called racist well we've been called for like ten years yeah you and I have we're used to that right has recalled that every freakin day work calls every day so we're used to it and it's this is something that it's you know whatever it is so diluted and so it has no meaning to us now because everybody people on the left because at every day in addition to homophobes and sexists and whatever else issue one okay you can call us all those things and when you call us something like that every single day it loses its meaning right because that's how they want to shut the conversation down they want to call you that so you do you go my god they call me a racist so my god I don't wanna be called racist so we can have conversations and so when there's no conversation happening about all the stuff statues are getting toppled the country's getting destroyed and people aren't saying anything for fear of being called racist it's ridiculous it's out of control we have not mentioned John Bolton a lot because I've just been so irritated by that whole entire.

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"ho andrew" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Came tumbling down. Chop in Seattle is getting the old chopping block, and a far left activist is calling for all Jesus statues to be taken down. Protesters Monday tried toppling a statue of Andrew Jackson right near the White House while sealing off an area in an act of defiance, similar to events, in Seattle by declaring off limits and area, the Black House autonomous zone or Baas police intervened as chance of hey, Hey, Ho Ho Andrew Jackson's gotTa go were heard while rope was put around the bust of the seventh president, riding a horse, the Washington Post reported that hundreds of protesters locked arms around the statue before police officers remove the crowd in a chaotic scene us park and DC police used chemical irritant to disperse the crowd and officers were hit with objects Jackson. Who has faced ear in? In the present day for a severe treatment of native Americans was the latest historical figure targeted by protesters, demanding monuments and memorials to those with racists. Pass be taken down the US. Secret Service asked reporters to leave the White House grounds nearby. This specific reason wasn't clear the historic saint. John's Episcopal Church, often called the Church of the presidents was vandalized with baas spray painted on its pillars. The church became the center of controversy earlier this month, when president trump posed for photographs in front of the building, after police cleared out protesters, meanwhile in Seattle Seattle will move to the end of the police. Free Zone known as the Capitol Hill organized. Organized protests or chop after two recent shootings, one of which was deadly. Mayor Jenny Durkan announced this Monday, signalling that a stunning chapter in the city's history could be drawing to a close the mayor that the violence was distracting from changes sought by thousands of peaceful protesters, seeking to address racial inequity and police brutality activists setup Chapman, the city's Capitol Hill neighborhood just about two weeks ago, barricading off the area after police evacuated a ransacked precinct building there the cumulative impact of the gatherings and and protests in the nighttime atmosphere and violence has led to increasingly difficult circumstances for businesses and residents. Durkin said at a news conference. The impacts have. Have increased, and the safety has decreased. The protesters have issued a list of demands, including calls to define the police, and for leaders to address other social justice causes president trump frequently as lashed out at Durkan and Washington Governor Jay Inslee both Democrats over chops existence same. The zone is being run by anarchists. Coming up are saying that the day she had taken a vow of perpetual virginity, but she married again for political reasons quoted the date charity may be a very short word, but with its tremendous meaning of pure love it sums up man's entire relation to God and to his neighbor saint of rival. You're listening to Crusade Channel News. Foundations are stored, is the epoch seventeen DVD or streaming download series that completely refuse that most pernicious of modernist errors evolution, this course is visually stunning and has presented so that lay people can arm themselves with true and the fight against an evil that is neo.

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"ho andrew" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"It's just that there's multiple pathways in this one's overloaded but that's why you see your to metal so it's is trying to but see there's certain pathways in your liver and there's so many different pathways it just that doctors don't test these natural doctors on testes. My wife's was elevated. Take this so ho- andrew chills the buildup osas of her andrew mitchell lining was thick of an egg came in she obviated the income it could come in and get fertilized but would never implant on the uterus you follow me on that okay. I have a question. Does i know that the m._t._a. Charging urging runs in our family could affect that methylated. No you methyl fantastic fantastic so if you if you did have <hes> that gene you deal if you did have that problem you'd be a lot sicker right now because you could then that major pathway meth latian is another liver pathway a to get things out okay and so you have that years beautiful. I'd heck if you didn't have that. Your system is kronos this and in indo is maybe criminally have the exact same thing. No she actually is your final. Is we tested bats okay and then we showed the pathway halfway of it. Working is trying to work so much. It's overloaded okay but like i said it's like this is like having a tub has many spouts to drain the tub. While will you have one one open but you have a bunch of them are closed so it just it just can't keep up because we'll see all of them working at one time okay so now so so when you look good this way then you see a sixteen hydroxy estrin has elevated if we go to page two because you only see seven of the estrogens on their page to the rest of them whereas estrogen metabolites in your to bethel etuhu is also elevated so once again one two three four five of your ten ten estrogens are elevated. <hes> an elizabeth s any enter out as any doctor. Anybody deals actions this way if this is not in let's was asked critics because she already knows is because i can tell she's research this. If your sister could does not get this taken care of what could you possibly predict the next next ten twenty years with her if she doesn't get what i'm sorry these estrogens normal breast cancer or canaan it's right in the major medication they give women is in a rotation haber to stop the production they go up above in. They stop the conversion down. See see them see. They know how to manipulate physiology. They do that medications manipulate theology. That's how it works. It was in a pain medication. Admit place a nerve ending the hormones immediately manipulate pathway well. Why don't we actually get those pathways back to normal now. There's stressors that throw this off. Okay now so understanding this <unk> as the aspect of your hormone levels. This way is so right now. We have a conversion problem. You make estrogen great. So is the fact that if you get that working you're going to love allows got about beautiful breasts skin. All those things okay now. Let's go over to page number five okay. I have a quick question real quick to growing up. I never had any problems with breakouts or anything but starting in my twenties it's i i know your hormones. It's on your cheeks. That's the only place a breakout now is. I got these bumps in. These spots on my cheeks is because of those elevated levels. It's a contributor by foods are more to that. It really is so now remember because as we get to the things that way member hormones are messager in adapt okay therefore we're gonna find out what throws the mafia just short time here..

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"ho andrew" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

14:29 min | 2 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Moore, and we've been doing some very cool talks. The talk has been curious series of conversations between artists like Kathleen, Hanna and Meredith graves DJ premier and principal. We've also had the flaming lips Wayne Coyne. We've had Todd berry and Chris gathered and most recently David cross in conversation with comedian rapper Jean grey, and the strokes fab Moretti. Today's stock is a little bit different. This is the first and a collaboration that the talk dune with food Republic, we're, we're going to be exploring the creative intersection between food and music now to introduce our guest for the day, I'd like to welcome Richard Martin. Who's the? Editorial director at food Republic. Yeah, thanks so much. And thanks, G gentlemen, for being here just wanted to introduce them briefly. I it was something. How are you? Thanks for coming on the premier addition of this, that you have your music is unbelievable. Two of them so far in a mix tape on the way still striving, right? Still struggling right, and your first album trap Lord. Also now a brand, right? Clothing brand. Now. Going on. You've got some cool right now with trap blow. We own our second shoe at Adidas and capsule collection, clothing collections wish you dropping real soon. Also, I am creative director for uniform, which is a brand that helps kids get uniforms and Africa. And I just have a lot of things going on a Goldie edges did a collaboration with them. Denham collab-. You know, we have a lot of things as far as fashion and art goes, and yeah. More music. Yeah. All right. Looking forward to it and very happy to me, sitting next, Sandra carmelina, one of my favorite chefs in the city, he has up to thirteen restaurants now. Yes. It their team before eleven to bars. Right. And mostly in New York, but he's starting span. He's got a Dutch right around the corner from here at the Sonos look headquarters here and. And also a Dutch in Miami Miami. And you have some restaurants opening in Baltimore. Now yet to places in Baltimore now, Baltimore's got a cool history, good grit to it. Could real there. So we did two products that are one hotel just opened beautiful town, fells point. And we're going to do American restaurant next to this ride, distillery just opened called Sega, more ri-, very, Maryland, has a long history of making rye whisky. And so we're going to be be a part of that. And it's kind of cool. All right. Sounds good. And look Honda, Verde, of course, is one of the old school restaurants in your portfolio is one of the best. Lafayette also right near here up in No-ho Andrews, the head of the no hospitality group for. Here's of course, part of east sop mob. So we've got two leaders in the room and I'm going to turn it over to you guys to let you be the guests on the talk us. All right. So up man. On cool man. So just to cap off. We, we got into discussion about leadership and having thirteen to bars and eleven restaurants. That's a lot to manage and you're sitting here com, you're not jittery you not like about the lose all your hair. How do you manage to keep your sanity? People. It's people business. You know the. I didn't get into the people part. I got any 'cause I like to make make stuff right now. And I like to make tasty food and cook for my family and but I didn't know like I could do it myself. But then, once you have like your own business once you're like the chef restaurant has to cook for a lot of people, you got to convince people to help you out, I can like do it that way. So that's really like the I was into music and I was into food when I was a kid would never going to college. That was never going to happen. And it's a little bit. The same thing like working with a producer. You have to like you have to extract good stuff on people. That, that always, it's always changing. Right. The people parts always changing. At what age did you? I open your first restaurant or bar. Oh, I was late. I didn't go biz myself till I was thirty five. Okay. Yeah. And did you do it just soley yourself? You had a business partner. Now, I had well, there's a funny road to get there because I did like a lie worked in Europe. I did like a lot of training in Europe. And I was like a real serious. Chef I before I went into business you went to school. I for I went to school. You don't really need to go to school. Not really, really necessary. But what I was eighteen like this is like nineteen ninety it was, it was good for me. Then, and I would long time before I made mistakes, and other people's money, I did it with my these him back when she started making your money. Yeah. Kind of like made some mistakes run and other people's places. Right. And then, but my first place kind of day was bunch of partners there Robert deniro partner there at the hotel, and I have my guys. Run the business with me that my partners and so was all about, like connections and connecting the dots. Really? Yeah. And yeah, we were talking about this earlier, you know, restaurants. It's different. Is different than make music, right? You work on the song. You work on the beat and. You're in the studio for a couple of days and you just like working on your vision. Right. And then done right. Vocals ride to get the snare ride work on this stuff, and it's done. You kind of put away restaurants are change every day. But yeah, the customers changed employees chains who goes bad, the fish changes. Every day. Yeah. Yeah. So it's the people part, my dad had he had a restaurant in. He had a game room had a boot teak Harlem, and he just had multiple spies. A opening credit. It was fast food it was on the name of it was called. Huggies Hegi heggers. I got the name from what it was like hotdogs, burgers. And I right here. Oh, Mr. dips, Mr. outs. Outs. Stop them. Yeah. Yes. So like just to see him like having to get up every morning. And, you know, run to the Bronx to go get like a thousand Frank footers, or whatever the case, maybe it was just like, man, you say thirteen restaurants that just, you know, I was saying do that for one spot, and it was like a hole in the wall, I can I can't even fathom what you will have to go through on a daily basis. How many calls and emails and how you live in life. Like when are you like what does your wife say about all of this, like from the weekend, I had to figure it out? Like you gotta get someone else to get the Frankford is for you. Yeah. Of course. Doesn't happen day one bird it. Yeah. Exactly. How do you pick like, how do you find management like people that, you know, is just like warriors that's going to bat for you? Like everybody wants every leader wants their workers are employees or help to be as strong as they are like, you know you wanna train, you know a workers. That'd be tough as you are. So how do you manage you got inspire them, right? Woeful Wall Street, like everybody, like. On the list. There's there's, there's a little bit of that. You know, there's a little bit of that, I can't be at every place every day. So that's like more kind of global kind of way to do that. But yeah, you have to you have to find the right people with the right background. And we promote from within which I think, is really important mouth, because it's like a culture, I'm sure like. You know. And they said mob, there's like a culture involved. Right. Right. So that doesn't come naturally people have to learn it. You know, people have to like understand it can be able to kind of, like make a go forward. Yeah. Yeah. So same. Yeah, no doubt. So we were talking before about art. You. Tell me about your pulling campuses, and I was saying, that's the hardest thing for me to do is to do that. Yeah. To like, just what is it? Hoffy. That think of something from scratch to, like, really. I think it's more about it's more. It's more of a dexterity issue, right? All I hand tonight nation thing. I mean I can put your lamb no problem for like the draw something on using like as art. And that too. But I was I was say, like I don't think there's any you can't call are wrong. I mean. Yeah. Like Rothko Roscoe is just a. Colors Agnes Martin, who's like one of my favorites is just like just like, really like lines very, very calm. You know. It's interesting. I love Rathcoole waterway. Yeah. He just painted his moods. Like it was like, different kinds of whites and different kinds of blues, and it was a black on black. What did you like you could tell the difference, like even like Francis Bacon where his moody kinda colors and stuff and nail got different styles? Even Keith Herron would like just his line work, which is like inspired by the African art. I just think that, like, you know, everybody just likes what they like and you have because the who said it took him years, learn how to draw their child. Who's to say you know what you drool, what colors user tracked to resonate with the world? So I wanna say you know, don't don't knock yourself. Just try it and put it out and see what happens. That might be a whole career path for you. Man Bosque, I paying just soul for like a hundred million dollars that seems like the business you wanna be for real if he was around. Yes, I, I knew I had a friend, that is a are Dylan he well, are collected and he brought a, a loft off of, of Laskey painting. He might have sold it for like. I'm not even sure how much she sold it for. But he was amazing at that time that he was able to get a home off of a pain, but like now like a hundred dollars. Wow. Light and then him Jay z rap about it like, okay, let me check more this to school for our what's undesired high school. So I've always been into create an in innovate in our in using different mediums for our weather was painting fashion. I always was. The move from from. It's hard, right? Music business hard, you ain't talk about restaurant business being hard music is is really hard. How do you make the how do you make the move from, like, all right? You know, I got these ideas, I got the skill. How do you find out? How did you find out find that pass? You know, it's funny, I think the path found me, honestly, because as no way like I ever wanted to be rabble. I never wanted to be a rabbi. I wasn't like a kid like off in a d like the dopers Rabah of like, no, I was looking up to like, Carlaw go feeling like, you know, eastern Laurent like watching the documentaries as teenagers, like thinking, I was going to be on my way to being a fashion designer. I just happen to know how to Iraq, but thank God, I knew how to wrap, because it gave me the platform to do everything else, I would want to do with the world and today with the internet, we just. In a place where we could just do whatever we want anyway, as the do it yourself of now. Like, you know, kids record themselves, you can put it out there. Really easy. Exactly. So, yeah. Like I never really like I wasn't pushing the do music once seen the powers was coming to me, as far as I know p people talking about. They wanna sign me this third looking at the group. Then we started like Kana zero and I will focus on music. Now we were working on a product but will forward for the sport of it, like, I'll just right round with no hooks. Like really long wraps eighty four bars just to say, I wrote eighty four ball and memorize it all day, and, like we'll go to different people neighborhoods and battery them. But, like what made us different was, we dress different? We was like fly. Like we dressed like to have people dressed in the village and SoHo when, like polo shirts and preppy and long trench coats. And so we already stood out from everybody in. The hood. So, like, once we open our mouth, and we had the words style kind of like it just resonated, in, I think, once we spoke and we put it on wax for all the kids that wanted to be unique in different. We stood out we stood up for them because we came from a tough place with like you get. Ridiculed, you get criticized and people as scared to think, out of the box. So once they see, now, we was from, you know, the ghetto, and we was thinking out of the box, who's hanging out downtown going to the fashion parties. And we was rapping about real neighborhood stuff like people like like just those two worlds collide like that together, it's just hard to shy away from. So I think the world just embraced it in a major way. And I think we shifted the game, not to be like all like, not cocky, and nothing but I think, like, once we hit them, like we kick down a door of like this different. Rock and Rick Owens in frills at the same time they was like wall, you know what I'm saying, and we're still doing that..

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"ho andrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John Batchelor show on WABC. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. David Livingston run the surface of Mars now. David, and I wanna I wanna speak with Andrew Owens. We have a teen here. Sydney. Joe Cokie, ho Andrew Owens, and professor Livia Devika there on the MIT campus. And they produced a paper about what it's like. What would it look like what what technologies we have? What do we need to develop Andrew very good evening to you? And the question of you have worked on modeling and simulation of environmental control life support systems, the drawing I saw on your paper shows using dragon capsule, which would be the primary landing facility connected by what looks to be. You'd have to say tubes on the surface of Mars is the Martian surface. The most desirable place to live. I've read that underground would be protected from the vagaries of surface life. Andrew. Good evening. Certainly the surface. Does have some challenges that we didn't address directly in our papers, such as for example, radiation. If you're sitting on the surface, exposed the radiation levels are significantly different than on earth. Although Mars one in some of the images, they they showed burying of the habitats underneath Martian soil, which would help someone with that odd. But there are other effects such as dust storms that you'd have to watch out for. So there are some other mission architecture is not the Mars one architecture that have been proposed where you would either bury your entire system underground golden gopher tunnels underneath the ground or perhaps tunnel into the side of hills. But for for our simulation. We took what we had from the Mars one website and look at these systems dragon capsules lined up with the inflatable habitats attached to them behind them there and buried underneath Martian soil. David. Cokie, I'll ask you this your paper talks at length about growing the crops and the and the problem with excess oxygen that can impact can be very very toxic. And that there aren't really any tested system for removing excess oxygen in space. Let alone on Mars, although Mars, one group says that these are all systems that are already working either on earth or on the space station. How do you get rid of excess oxygen? And why is that a problem? Thank you for the question. So it is exactly true that we need removal system in. If we followed. What Mars one Provo is actually proposing? Phil. The technology of oxygen removal is used on the ground in hospitals Mars, one Muslim groups. I just however, the technology that is used on the ground is very different from what you actually using space because of environmental issues, and though so, you know, the gravity level is different and the radiation and so on so developing a technology for space rated. Yeah. Requests, very high reliability. And and even different performance. In some cases. So when the Muslim claims that they can do this mission using the existing technology. Winter we interpret that existing technology technology that is that can be used for space right now if that interpretation the oxygen removal system is not at that level, and the similar thing can be said about the ice are you in situ resource. You today's as well because there have been no technology demonstration mission so far by so you so in terms of is so you and removal system and some other systems that we identify the paper, we need further technology development to actually make that happen. So the statement that Muslim made about no. Acknowledged can serve the purpose is not correct. Echoed Intel analysis professor I find that the most significant detail here because what you took was the Mars one mission and said, all right? What are the what can we say about the viability of this that the technology does not is not already extant all your paper identifies? What needs to be developed, especially what Cokie just referenced about the institute resource utilization. What does that mean Olivia in situ resource utilization? And give an example of what we need to discover before we can do it. No, that's that's a great point. And the before I answer it for you. Specifically, I just wanna make the point that, you know, we we are. We are our goal was not to to basically show that Mars one is impossible Mars colonization can't be done with very supportive of it. I think we're all excited about those prospects. But we think it needs to be done based on on very sound models and sound science, and specifically IAS are you tick -nology is an area that NASA and other organizations have invested in. But but more needs to be done MIT was recently selected as the provider for the moxie experiment, which will fly into March twenty twenty mission to to demonstrate essentially extracting gases from the from the sin atmosphere of Mars, and that's quite challenging to do in general is are you is a class of technologies that harvest's local resources weather from. Soil or the local atmosphere, and again, it's quite different from for the moon, then for Mars, but on Mars, we think that we can harvest, you know, the majority of the atmosphere on on on Mars is, of course, CO two, but you can you can take in that CO two and you can separate you can separate the oxygen? You can also extract potentially minerals from from the soil, and each of these technologies requires a lot of thermodynamics a lot of chemistry and a cascades of chemical reactions that are more or less. Well, understood the real issue is our scale ability and a lot of the ICU experiments that have been done on Hawaii that were mentioned previously show that it can be done in principle. But after several batches, you know, filters get clogged and the productivity of an ICU system drops dramatically. Just a minute professor when we come back. We'll continue with David Livingston, Dr space and the MIT campus team of an independent assessment of the technical feasibility of Mars one mission plan in this century. I'm John bachelor. This.

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"ho andrew" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Infant stage. The experience we have with them is some testing on the big island of Hawaii. We have to some engineering estimates on that. We're speaking with the team alleviate evacuates the professor and the team of Sydney Dokie, ho Andrew Owens, and their colleague Sam Shriners also on the paper. Most recently, you can access it online at independent assessment of the technical feasibility of the Mars one mission plan. This is colony on Mars David Livingston, Dr spaces with me when we come back. What does it look like how do you live? I'm going to speak to that. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule. If actually really been having my system when my loop head, then my gastro problems, settle I'm I'm actually very happy with the product acid reflux is pretty much the control. That's why I keep taking it. I have noticed. You know, I'm sleeping better. I can't believe how wonderful your father says. I listen to you guys in radio for years and years and years, and I listen to all the testimony. I was like, oh, well, you know, it's probably time to give it a try..

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"ho andrew" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Yes. So I assume your question refers to the mall one mission. And what that looks like is that correct? Right. The March one mission. What does it look like compared to your simulations? Right. So. Out simulations were based on publicly available data of the Moslem mission that was listed on their website. And so the website provides some high level information about things like what their habitat layouts? They're gonna look like what technologies would be inside each habitat, and in general, what kind of life support and in situ resource utilization technology using and so from a functional sense our models map precisely with what Mars one claims they will be they claim that that last will be very similar to that on the international space station. And so in terms of data because they don't actually provide any hard numbers on the technology that will be using we used values and data corresponding to that of the international space station. The only the areas where we had some make some engineering guesses where related to the crock right area since we don't have much experience in growing crops at a large scale in space. So we had to basically design our own crop production system, and that was based on some preliminary assets back in the early to mid two thousand that NASA did on on building a large scale crop production system. And so that project was caught fire tax and a lot of data came from that project. I'm any other area of uncertainty was the institute resource utilization technologies. So these technologies that extract valuable resources from the Martian environment such as water and nitrogen gas for use in the habitat and say because a lot of these technologies are still in infant stage. Experience we have with them is some testing on the big island of Hawaii. We have to make some engineering estimates on that. We're speaking with the team alleviate evacuees the professor and the team of Sydney dough Cokie ho Andrew Owens, and their colleague Sam Shriners also on the paper. Most recently, you can access it online and independent assessment of the technical feasibility.

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"ho andrew" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on ESPN FC

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ho andrew" Discussed on Caught Offside

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