18 Burst results for "Lacouture"

"lacouture" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"lacouture" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown

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A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:40 min | 2 months ago

A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown

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"lacouture" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

02:56 min | 5 months ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"lacouture" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"lacouture" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"Bring that to you. Because there was a similar situation a number of years ago with christian. Bale christabel was right. I took christian bale side and he looked like a jerk because he was the powerful guy the room and he's dressing down people on the ranking ladder underneath them. I get where that looks like a jerk. Mu bail was right. Those guys should have shut up when he was working there were throwing off his focus and the only one here. That's not replaceable was bail. That's just the reality. Tom cruise is getting a bad rap for this anybody who thinks he was a jerk. He may have sounded angry. He may have looked aggressive. Focus on his words at his message. Tom cruise was right. I want to thank. What am i knew sponsors for supporting this show. And i know a lot of my listeners. Especially the hard headed ones are going to love them. Do you love peanut butter. Do you love whisky then. You're going to love rams point. Peanut butter whiskey. Rams point locks horns with smooth peanut butter flavor to create an intense spirit worth fighting four. Enjoy it as a straight shot. Put it on the rocks or is an amazing cocktail. Rams point whiskey is a fun addition to any party or that special night with someone special. They also have recipes. That will blow your mind. Let's start with the rams point. Pb and j. shot imagine you're at a party the ho- says who wants a shot of pb and j. Of course you're going to be in one part rams point one part grape lacouture and you've just created an incredible new version of an old favourite. And you can add other flavored liquors like strawberry cherry or wildberry to your own version and this one is genius..

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"lacouture" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"lacouture" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"Don't and any fighter who doesn't have the ranking that he wants agrees with me. I'll rank install matter and any fighter. Who clings to a ranking. So little bit weird anyway. Are you the champion or aren't you. Who cares if there's a number four by your name. I could share with you. The masses don't i can share with the media. Does it share. Espn sports illustrated aren't putting you on the cover of anything. I realized it's very cold. If you're the number four guy in the world you've worked very hard. That is a major recognition of hard work and success. Larger point though. How do i even find out very true being very sincere when i asked you. I know there's a place that it's got to be something. Something dot com has to be. I swear to you on a stack of bibles guys. I don't know where that is is called. Ma rankings dot com called you'll see rankings. Not com is it called. I ranked people the sport of the free format fighting systems dot com. I don't know even know where you go to get these. I did not know. Rankings came out on a tuesday until kabaeva monumental five saturdays ago was holding. The microphone asked for number one ranking when the rankings. Come out on tuesday. that's how i even found out. That's when they come out. And i feel as though i just told you guys more education on that then you ever had nobody knows what these rankings are. Nobody knows who does the rankings. Apparently they come out on tuesdays. According to khabib post fight interview five weeks ago. I take him his word. No one knows anything about him placement on the card period. If you guys are trying to manage your own careers and you're not very smart. You shouldn't do that. But the only person dumber than you is your managers. The only person knows less than older than you guys doing them is the people that are managing your careers if they are ever talking about rankings. They should be talking about placement on the period. Start with main card to co. get to main. You've made it. You have made it in this business period if you could never ever have a ranking next to your name great if you can main event and headline a show on. Espn you of something that you can be proud of quantifiable. Show your grandchildren. Do you understand the difference. The rankings are made up are made for guys like me to have something to talk about. You guys have ruined you. Flip the script. I don't ever talk about it. Because i don't respect them. I also don't do it because it's all that comes out of your mouth be unique. If you guys would shut up you would allow a guy like me. Who influences the industry to then influence the power of the number next to you name when you talk about your own damn ranking as a way to not go and do something. I don't want to be like you. I will never be like you. Don't mention your number leave it telling people to do. Don't talk about this fight doesn't make sense. Leave it to other people to do. The main thing you want in. This sport is an easy opponent for a big paycheck. That's who you want. Fly wanna fight with the hardest fire when a challenge. Don't wanna fight for the. Here's who i wanna fight. I wanna fight the easiest guy with the greatest weight. Discrepancy in the largest arena for the largest paycheck. Can you make that happen okay. You can't make that up then. Let's start working backwards. But that's who. I want to fight if you choose to weigh in on the unfairness of jeremiah. You're choosing to recognize it. You don't understand the business so now you just lost respect if you don't understand the business that you're in respect you and we're seeing it happen around us. Floyd mayweather is getting ready to box one of the paul brothers. There's too paul brothers. Logan four is getting ready to box one of them and frankly whichever one walks out. Nobody's going to know the difference anyway. In all fairness paul brothers was just a komen event of a boxing card. but duke. jack was on but duke in the main event which means but duke opened for one of the brothers and the paul brother took on a gentleman who had never box before. But he's been in the nba. I'm only sharing that with you. Because we are not in crazy land over here in mma yet. We're in crazy land but making believe that what you have done in the past therefore is going to be a reward for the future or that anyone's gonna think that you should get an easy or favorable just doesn't work that way. It's a weird thing to talk about very weird and the rankings as they were intended to be discussed by guys like me. Who will make your case for. You isn't going to happen when you're out there being a little bit about your own ranking. Nobody knows even where it came from. You're listening to your welcome with jail. Sunan i wanna thank one of my new sponsors for supporting this show and i know a lot of my listeners especially the hard headed ones are going to love them. Do you love peanut butter. Do you love whisky then. You're going to love rams point. Peanut butter whiskey. Rams point locks horns was smooth peanut butter flavor to create an intense spirit worth fighting for it as a straight shot. Put it on the rocks or is an amazing cocktail. Rams point whiskey is a fun addition to any party or that special night with someone special. They also have recipes. That will blow your mind. Let's start with the rams point. Pb and j. shot imagine you're at a party. The host says who wants a shot of pb and j. Of course you're going to be in one part rams point one part grape lacouture and you've just created an incredible new version of an old favourite. And you can add other flavored liquors like strawberry cherry or wildberry to create your own version and this one is genius. Imagine putting your favorite peanut butter around the rim of glass. Addie shot of rams point. Peanut butter whiskey. And you've.

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"lacouture" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"I was wrong because right that the the next time I played ball with toby. He said I don't think I'd have fun playing on his team. And my mind I was like what we kicked ass in Miami, maybe Hobie things we had the thing we. Miami all right. So those are the people who when it comes to basketball. Those are the two people that have given the Business Leonardo, DiCaprio and Miami. Leonardo Kevin on talking Maguire. When it comes to get my ass busted there quite a few entertainers out there. Who Can Really Ball Michael? Jordan is Nice Jesse Williams Nice. Do that. I'm a heavy NBA celebrity game. Historian and someone like Michael Jordan I think I. Tell you right now. I'm telling me right now. It's a big difference when you're under those lights men. It's a big big big difference and the ball isn't the real ball. It's not it's not like anything you've ever played with the ball real ball in the celebrity games because it has to look shiny and it has you know has a bunch he'll. It doesn't feel the same way. So I love that grit that normal grit. We usually have and we play. Michael Jordan Jesse Williams Brian McKnight, James. Yeah James Lewis. You're! China I'm leaving some people out there that have been because. You're sorry. It's supposed to be really good. There's so much younger than me. That I've never had the like when you were playing when you were playing actively in these celebrity leagues, who was the best? Who is? Who would you pick number one on your team of people? We know it's either Brian. McKnight James Lavar. Those two are. Like Brian. McKnight understands basketball right James lacouture he doesn't have to. He doesn't have to score. You know forty points to win he he would average a triple double every game we played, and you look at it and be like them. You know he didn't take a lot of shots, but he had ten points, and I don't think. He passed the ball to me that much, but. I. Do look who Jan does your was. That do is that. Do Kim Bowl Mike? Yeah. But, but the to. The to the three that are really good in my opinion, are James, Lewis. You're Brian, McKnight and Michael Jordan. Okay, well there. You have everyone Donald. Be Celebrity Basketball player. How's how's the Delay Hill? Delays not a real. He's not A. He's not that big. That's another person who could have played Turk Delay Hill of circumstances were correct, but. Delay is not house Joel. Jalil is Julia Kabul to. One I remember. That's another one but I gave Jalil knows it. I gave them the business one summer league. We had A. WE had a Nike Summer League and I gave him the business, and he knows it, and to this day every time, if I. Ever I mean I. Don't play basketball anymore. But from that point on if I did play deleo white, he was extra aggressive when it came to guarding me, and if I was guarding him to showing me Yo. That was a fluke dude. You're never going to do it again, but I gave him the business one so much so that you know when people are.

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"lacouture" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"lacouture" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"And it was a bunch of creepy dolls. I shouldn't say this but it was. I thought they were the most macab objects I'd ever seen. When Linda Got Mary Hill she stumbled on a glass case. Full of these dolls and they weren't like baby dolls. They were clearly supposed to be adults but they were thin skeletal and looked like they were out of the nightmare before Christmas. Some of them were taken apart. So you'd see them a Mannequin. Aware Mannequin with a disembodied head. You see these parts little shoes little purses these wire bodies these very blank. Ghost like faces. The dolls were twenty seven inches tall about double the length of your forearm and they all wore strange dirty dresses and mismatch jackets all bedraggled from years of volunteers playing with them and switching up their outfits. They're around fifty of these dolls displayed in the glass case. All just bunched up close together like they were on crowded bleachers. Bright fluorescent light flickered above them accentuating their creeping. Apparently there were about a hundred more of these dolls in storage. Linda did not know what was with these dolls but she couldn't really dwell on it. Frankly there were so many things that had to be done at Maryville. Absolutely everything was in some sort of disrepair or or dysfunction everything. I mean from the bathrooms to sign edge so among the Rodin sculptures the Romanian furniture a large collection of indigenous art. A display of chess sets. There were the dirty dolls piling up against the glass showcase in the hall collecting dust until one day when Linda got a call from a curator at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. She asked Linda if she could come to Mary Hill because she wanted to see these dolls and that was when Linda learned what she had on her hands. These dolls weren't supposed to be so macab. Actually they were kind of heroes in a way because these dolls had saved French fashion. This is the end of German pride and power in. It began with the fall of France. And now I'm at the chairs of the people not after four devastating years of Nazi occupation. Paris was liberated on August. Twenty fifth nineteen forty four the Peres opera of long renown. All who the city same sounds. Static Parisians rejoiced in the streets. Some of them gathered up the ration tickets that govern their lives and tore them into confetti and this turned out to be a very bad idea because the war was not over. They'd still need those ration. Tickets in the aftermath of the occupation more than five million French adults and children didn't have adequate shelter or food Parisians dressed in ratty warn close walked and bicycled through their dark city. The capital of light of art of culture was shell of itself during the course of World War. Two Paris lost its position. As the at the center of Contemporary Art that moved to New York City literary world also re centered around New York but Paris was determined not to lose it. Sold release not lose everything to New York somehow. Even though they didn't have electricity Paris had to remain a capital of beauty and ideas it had to retain its title as the capital of fashion. Look at it this way. France has been relying on the couture industry and all of the other industries. It involves the textile industry the industry that makes all of Zippers. The buttons the hooks feather workers the embroiderers. This is Melissa Levinson. An independent curator fashion historian and appraiser. That's been a big part of not only Francis Economy but Francis national identity since the seventeenth century. They're not just going to let that go. Because of four year occupation by Germany they were not gonNa let it die without a really tough fight before the war in nineteen thirty nine the French fashion industry employed more than nine hundred thousand people. It was the second largest industry in France and then by the end of the Occupation Paris. Fashion houses were just gasping for breath. They had no customers and no materials at all. Everything had gone to the war. Effort shreds of leather and buttons were rare. Even spools of thread were few and far between and this was really hard for France. I mean the country has a department of its government devoted to regulating high fashion. It's called the Chamunda Cul de lacouture and even in that. Post occupation scarcity. The Sean Persson called a lacouture tour wanted to send a message to the world. We are still here. We were not destroyed by the war and we kept our skills and we might not have much in the way of materials. But we're just GONNA figure it out. We survived and we want you to know that we survived but in order to keep going we need our customers back and the Shaman. Dekalb came up with an idea. They would gather all the famous French fashion designers together to do a joint fall collection. They would use real for real leather. Real silk no compromises. Well except that thing would have to be in miniature that way. They could scrape together just enough to make tiny outfits tiny shoes little purses and gloves and belts and still use real materials so they revived and old old..

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"lacouture" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Her booty clap back. The. Bearman who took a time to answer a few fan. Comments clapped back, quote, birthmark SMH. Okay. That was it. So the response to the person who thought maybe she had a skin problem that maybe should be looked at she responded with. Well, I have a birthmark SMH shake my head shake my head. And don't worry. The story does share that with you. Oh, thank you. Thank you do say, honestly, we didn't notice anything about the beer men's amazing figure and the stunning ocean view. Of course, when we took a glance the photo. But hey, she was born with a birthmark. So her SMH reply, which means shaking, my head was totally appropriate. Thank you. Now. Let me down and and look at that photo. I am I don't see a birth. Mark. I barely see some. Where is that? What she but this. Angry at everybody because I'm angry Brielle for posting this and responding. I'm angry the person who was like what's wrong with your. But like, what are you doing that? You're sitting there looking at that so carefully. And then you would stop doing what you're doing in a day to be like, do you have a thing on your bat? And then brielle's like birthmark us, I'm age and then Bonnie fuller started a website and employed somebody with the last name, that's like a Lacouture. Who wrote an entire it's like eight hundred word article on nothing. Wait, we're not done with the story. And then the Colleen and Bradley show your segment called debates where we actually talked about this at length. All of us. Yeah. We are. We're part of the problem. I mean, I'm aware of. We know our place or just calling out. We know where we are in the pecking everything which is at the bottom. I just I it's rates like literally if I'm ticked because I'm not making money doing this. Because this is the easiest job in the world. Like, oh, let me look Brielle Biermann what it's somebody. Somebody wrote something. Okay. Let me just use words. Eight.

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"lacouture" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"In two hundred nineteen thousand nine hundred and we're gonna see Jacob being a lot more selective? At what they invest in one of the things that has characterized fintech since people are getting excited about it was an intimate. There was an almost limitless budget four Shanta because institutions are so big they deal in billions and billions of dollars so spending ten dollars here hasn't dollars. There wasn't a whole lot to them. And some of them have normal scattergun approach. Coach where they would back every worse in the hope that would horse might somehow turn into the next big thing. I think bind the judge me becoming more selective on that. We had a piece of reach back by Jp Morgan who in their corporate investment, buying have boarded a new process to streamline tech spending within not try to get it under control that kinda goes hand in hand with what we're seeing on a worth Matic front so on the block confirmed. There was a lot of expectation. The this was really going to change the world of banking, and that every single process in bikes could be made better more efficient just by putting it on the blockchain. The hyper not hasn't faded. People are allowed to learn in terms of blockchain projects, there's an appreciation that actually blockchain ten over complicates things. Not everything needs to be there. So I think we'll see buying stepping back from the brink in terms of blockchain quite is an interesting area because there was a lot of hype there to a lot of force expectation around what I could do which equally on the consumer facing a or the deal was he'd how robots villian for Bank tellers, and you'd have a really. Lifelike AI presence people certainly Lacouture on some of that has turned out to be quite gimmicky not really because from his want where we're seeing more material progress where we expect to see more progress on is really ran the that you don't actually see found out of compliance at regular worth buying student could be done by a lot better. When comes say spotting patterns spotting fraud, a is actually a lot better as things than the I is. So I think there will be material progress in a, but unfortunately for us, it's not gonna be in the conical sexiest that we like to write advice. You had a really interesting piece overnight about the bankers who former bankers who've moved into fintech are we going to see that trend slows well that's been a mixed one that kind of comes and goes, so they were helping somebody goosey went into fintech because there was a secular decline in banking jobs. It's basically we had the number of your Bank employees falling, and we heard fintech. Hiring more people. I think we've kind of seen the end of that. Because there aren't the cost cutting drives on measure by last years. However, generally going forward there celebrate. The fintech can be a better more exciting place to be with sector maturing. So the idea of years by any fintech just wanted someone who had a Bank name that they can put under CV that will give them a level of cash. I think people have pretty much wised up to that idea. The idea that everyone in the Bank is going autumn actually be announcer to your fintech that isn't something that really works. These days you will see people within banking being attracted to fintech because it is turning very exciting area. But there is a realization that it is suitable for certain types of people who have certain skills, and we're already at the station received a revolving door for vinter where we see people who are in big buying go into vinter thing that the grass there is probably reunion than actually compactor big bag because they are very different places. There's a lot of people take for granted when they beat in a big bang for the last twenty years, the if you call up someone you say, you are imagine director off one of these big banks, you democracy. Get a level of respect you get in the door. People pooping in senior roles for longtime take for granted. The whole infrastructure with big bags behind them. When you go to fintech opening up to a lot more than yourself you. Go running teams of hundreds running teams of tens or for many of tens of thousands in the case of some of the large us to running much smaller teams people have to mentally adjust under how people who have gone is realize that she is in for them..

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"lacouture" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Ologies

"All just by finding something that he was curious in really passionate about and then pouring himself into it. And I swear that was not an intentional pun. Okay. Now, listen up because this may be the most useful mixologist lesson. You can ever learn you can never make a bland or syrupy gross drink again, if you know this how did you dive in to try to understand the craft of cocktails? I mean, you sounds like you started looking into. Decorates realize Kay. There's a formula. There's a math there. Play right. Yep. What what are the basic ratios of that? Because I know that you don't roll yells simple. So it was always to hours of spirit and then three quarter lime three-quarter Gaba. If you would just doing it on its own you would up the lime to one. So an easy way to remember. This is the golden ratio roughly two to one two one two parts spirit one part sweet like a Lacouture or some kind of simple syrup and one part tart like lemon lime or grapefruit two to one to one. You can make almost any cocktail a good one at home for almost free. And then when you go to fancy Speakeasy like L LA's varnish or New York's death and company you'll be able to nod the mixologist in a way that says, I know your tricks. You're a math nerd remember one time this guy got me like the specs for the varnish, you know, what I mean like all of their cousin, and I looked at it. It was like, okay. I can see what they're doing concede. Some patterns. I can see when what they do when they do straight things. Those like that just kinda strengthened. In terms of technique. I still feel like I don't really have technique..

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"lacouture" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Back again, episode, fourteen one fellas forty one. Wow. Wow. One hundred episodes where you reach disindicators. Yes. That's what we end that's more syndicated, and it goes national once we have one hundred episodes to his s on the money comes in in the house w map what's up? Hey, man. I'm good. How are you? Get to see you wearing your Kentucky shared. I'm proud of you, always pleasure to be here. Got a damn Louisville fan on the other side of the microphone with Michael Powell w AMC had to add just like, you know, a little splash of color. First time to view, how come we have gone forty one episodes without having you seems like a crime was waiting for it to roll back over to the one. So it could be my first one. Okay. All right. That's good. That makes sense on the show. That's what makes super Dave Jennings. Yeah. Yeah. Always what's up, dude? I've been here for about thirty nine of them. The first one weren't you? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Are you may be missed one one vacation here or there? Yeah. That's what happened. All right. Well, we've got a couple of great topics for you today on the twisted view. It's like the view, but with Deutz today's national men cook dinner day, did you guys know this? Yes, I did. I actually prepared. Okay. You are. Yes. Like, you're going to cook dinner tonight. I have to what's up. My girl has like locked me down to this. Okay. She already knew like she's already. She's got three weeks ahead of time. She's like, you know, coming up is national men cook dinner day. She knows what day is national waffle day. All that stuff. She's got it locked down nasty board. No. She is a planner when it come. All right. What are you have on the menu tonight believe it or not I don't tell us beanie weenies? Well, be good. November first. Rama noodles Lacouture mind. Call this is actually a homemade lasagna. Really? Yeah. I spent about seventy eighty bucks on agree. How much time were you on the phone with bucks? Overkill, isn't it? It is. But look if you want to do it, right? You do it right, especially when it's a year. The rest of the rest of the time. It's takeout food seventy or eighty bucks or the lasagna, you could feed a whole shirt, I know. He's actually invite the homeless over to your house tonight and feed them. My family. Just give out your address. So that would be most of the people that work how much lasagna. He by it. Lots of pastas, super Dave. Well, you can get a family size for about thirty bucks each twelve people. Honey, I have all this lasagna. I made. Garfield family, okay? All right. So you're putting and your lasagna. That's that's a Korean recipe. It's got a little thing. So what's the special ingredient, not the cat? You know? Vision. I might have to give a J crews a special recipe Michael Powell puts possum in his. For Mike special ingredient. Thank thank American pie. Which one the movie? All right. So what what do you put in it, just it's nothing? No, no, no. It's a pan frigerator right now in a pan. No, no seriously, though, it's got four different cheeses. You've got. Ricardo okay, rela fresh freshly grated parmesan in there were tested him here. Just to make sure he's actually watch ground beef ground beef. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Little ground beef, some grab salami. Okay. Spicy. Yeah. Ground up chopped up pepperoni. Now. If you ever do you cook dinner are very often at least once a week once a week. Yeah. That sounds kind of ridiculous. I know. But yeah. Well, actually, I'm the cooking. Now, I'm the same on my to do the cooking. What's your what's your favorite dish? Oh, yeah. Probably man. Aac, you know, like in the summer on the grill now do qualify because this is the thing I cook dinner every night. But it's almost always on the grill. Right. Is that really qualify as cooking shirt? Does it? Okay. I mean, it's not putting it on a stick and stick a piece of meat and a fire. I do make a there's a FIFA sauce. Ooh. That sounds good. I don't know any French words. Quebec era. All right, super, Dave. What's interesting about the grilling? And that's me, I grill almost everything is is the guys do the grilling right, right? Yeah. All women do the inviting. They do the prepping. They do a clean up. They do the side dishes and everybody had that happen and everybody else guy. Everybody compliments the guy in the meat, right? Yeah. It's kind of unfair in my house. Nice. Meet I have to. Thank you. I had to prepare the meal and clean up the dishes. That happen. Typically, what happens with us is the one that cooks doesn't clean. That's what I think. That's fair a slogan, you cook clean and somewhere along the lines. That just went you clean. Beckley clean or cow. What is your favorite? What is your wife's favorite dish? That you cook. There's probably this. This is chicken casserole thing that she stumbled upon some recipe said, do you think he can make this boil some noodles tons dozen some sour cream, and some some chicken and everybody that there's never leftovers on the favorite dish, your girlfriend likes that you cook believe it or not stroganoff, really. Yeah. I thought you had a girlfriend. Again, could you do you ever use game me I do sometime like elk or something like that? Yeah. Little sour cream. My wife's favorite dish that. I make is a it's a it's a chicken creamy parmesan. Okay. So basically, it's baked chicken breasts, and it's covered with like a sour cream mixture with parmesan cheese and all this stuff. And then you bake it up, and it's it's like, it's frigging. Unbelievable as a really good. So all right. We're guess, we're all cooking dinner tonight. We're all my wife loves the veggie veggie, burgers, the other thing guys tend to get assigned around the house is, you know, projects that I don't know if we get assigned it, or if our wives actually doubt us, and we assign ourselves like I can do that I can fix the toilet this guy couple of weeks ago. He was trying to kill a spider several spiders black widow spider, which I understand black widow. I probably bring a blowtorch to that too. But let's get a pre NUP. Going going. He burn house trying to kill black spiders with a. Zaken acetylene tour handy guys.

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"lacouture" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"You're pushing yourself and you're not stuck in some dogmatic loop of things, even thinking since you were in your twenties, then people are going to turn to for advice. I just interviewed an incredible human being. This guy's mind is whip it sharp seventy. One seventy two guy named Michael Ovitz. Anybody that's roughly my age and had any even vague interest in the film business. We'll know exactly who Michael Ovitz is. And at one point he was known as the most powerful men in Hollywood. And let me tell you even in the seventies he had just had a knee replacement. He moving slowly, his mind was there, and so talking to him and seeing how sharpie still was and seeing how he's reinventing himself. So starting in his sixties, I think he went to Silicon Valley and sort of reinventing himself there. I mean, it's just. Absolutely extraordinarily. So you're only going to get pigeonholed seem to old at first glance. If if no matter how old you are, because let me tell you I would sit at Warren Buffett's feet. Homeboy is in his eighties. I would sit at his feet with a desperate desire to learn because he's pushed himself. He's gotten extraordinary at something. He is thinking very deeply about things. He's always looking the challenges own thinking so that he can get better and better and better. And so- age isn't just a number age is about vitality. Age is about energy levels. Age is about what you know what you're capable of. Because look in fact. Leinen little secret for you. Everyone around you is terrifyingly selfish, and that is the best news ever. The reason it's good news is they want something from you. They want to improve their lives. They want to get better. They want a feeling. They want you to help them feel better about themselves. They want you to help paint a vision of where they could go and what they can do. If you can make people feel better about themselves when they're around, you, forget you. If you can make them feel better about themselves when they're around you, no matter how old you get, you will be surrounded by people, no matter how old you get. If you're extrordinary at your craft, people are going to want to be around you because they want to get good at it. The problem is people get stale be. You can get stale at twenty seven, and you can be vital at eighty seven. So this all comes down to how you manage your time, what you get good at and how you push yourself. Yeah. Next question Melissa Lacouture there is a lot of talk about having a routine both morning and night to build positive momentum towards a healthy lifestyle and achieving goals cetera. But do you have any advice for those of us with constantly changing? We're schedules like working night shift one day in a day shift and other in my case restaurant management, it is tough to keep chasing my dreams on the side..

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"lacouture" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the Tri state Chevy dealers extra inning show it's a new episode of ten, teammates and a hat with former reds relief pitcher Sam Lacouture he will randomly pull the names of ten former teammates. Out of a hat and share some great stories the Bengals Proved to two and own. The preseason with a twenty one to, thirteen win at Dallas last night a win that included a, fifty five, yard field goal by perhaps the most unlikely player. In any of the thirty two. NFL training, gaps, kicker, John, Brown, who had never attempted a field goal, or extra. Point at any level before getting his chance in the NFL you will hear how that's even possible in this week's edition of fun facts and in storytime with. Dan today I, will reminisce about. An experience that I am, sure that many of you can relate to what it was like as a little leaguer to face the hardest throwing pitcher in town but we start with big news from Paul Brown, stadium as the. Bengals have released veteran safety George I locus starter for the past five seasons Georgia's, twenty eight years old and was in the third year of a five-year thirty million dollar contract this frees up considerable. Cap room The Bengals look to extend the contracts of defensive lineman Gina Gina Atkinson Carlos Dunlap who are both due to become free agents after the season additionally it was pretty clear this past off season that the Bengals were looking to upgrade. The safety position as they met with free agents Kurt Coleman and Eric read in the off season and then drafted Jessie Bates in the second round so Bates will start next to Sean Williams with Clayton fed Jhelum Brandon Wilson and rookies Trayvon.

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"lacouture" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

Podcast Borracho

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

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"lacouture" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"He was suspended a couple of times so there's reason why he fell this point but in terms of talent i thought jordan lasy was pretty intriguing so he could be a guy that honestly for a team that's looking for starting receivers he could be a guy down the road turns into exactly that who's your will see for the ravens well i would say what just behaved in hurst and look i kate nurse i think he's a good player question will be oh his overall ceiling is a little bit older he's a twentyfour he'll be a twenty four year old rookie i don't i think he's kind of maxed out in terms of what he is physically he's not a guy that's gonna pat overpower people he's not a technician right now is a route runner he's got excellent hands he catches everything and that obviously will serve him well joe flacco had the most success when he had strong play at the tight end spot in and if they do play lamar jackson early there's nothing better for rookie quarterback than than a solid tight end as the saying goes so you know i think that he's he's gonna have a role i just wonder if he's going to be over paul if they're gonna look back on that say yeah he was worth the twenty fifth pick in the draft i think that's that's going to be the big question i've got moving forward is when we look back four or five years from now and we look at this picture we're going to say yep this was a really good pick for them that twenty fifth overall what about the undrafted jim for the ravens they they had a few names that i thought were pretty intriguing but the guy that stood out most was christian lacouture from lsu defensive tackle he was at the senior bowl he's been there i think he was sick a sixty or senior at the injury last year that hurt him from coming out in two thousand sixteen or twenty.

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"lacouture" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"You know dna in the government's hands to do what with fill in the blanks if they want to know something about you they can go to one of these companies and i suppose they can buy four or five million samples if they want i mean it's beyond determining your ethnicity remember a lot of this has to do with your for clarity for diseases as in the particular type of you know dna collection that my daughter bought for me so i can't tell you what the government might do with that but it's just scary to think about you know i'm not really prone to conspiracies or black helicopters and all of that but the potential for this is yeah yeah little spooky now calls are coming in we're gonna grab them in just a couple of short minutes after a news update on cam j will you give me that and then all of you sitting there couple of you four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight promise i will get you after liz turn updates came j news thank you ray five people arrested at a fresno state fraternity party after shots are fired it was around twelve thirty sunday morning police were called to sigma nu by sean near barton fraternity members say four men and a woman tried to get into a private fundraising party that they were throwing an argument began and shots were fired no one was hit about an hour later fresno police found and arrested all five suspects said to be in their twenties signs are now in place in clovis ima allowing model aircraft flight sierra meadows park the president of the clovis area model is eric lacouture says it's another giant step in the right direction by the city council people a place to fly the smaller medium sized models locally where you don't have to drive thirty forty minutes so accessibility is great it means members can fly legally at the site without fear of crossing into the flight paths of larger planes the park is a shared space so the group's end goal is to have a dedicated area for the models taken to the skies away from other people on wall street the dow soaring down ninety four points down at twenty four thousand to seventeen twelve thirty a k m j valley weather right now sixty four partly cloudy at radio city today nice with a mix of sun.

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"lacouture" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Sorry so so if i add that to it and i'm like driving is that like adding alcohol in my is adding alcohol your to your drinking you shouldn't be driving it's not like it is a dumb ass question right it is really daniel to be honest you've known great team for twenty something years he knows what goal is daniel ask that would really struck a chord with you he doesn't think account will let him speak no yes yes gregory i thought it was more like lacouture too core is another way of saying liquor think about it so much core in order to really gregory get tipsy win in doubt don't and if it has a trace of alcohol you probably should not be operating machinery okay cleaning your car i take back the dumbest quite reflect sitting i really think that t legitimately didn't know it was full blown alcohol it is and you ask the question for those who didn't know at least now they all know thanks to great thank you thank you the morning shows free trip all right this is prime example of us being us are dysfunctional family you know what i'm saying we are dysfunctional as functional convene and we're doing our fourth annual dysfunctional family vacation in may at the eden roc miami beach which is just an incredible place to do this feel like you're on a movie set when you're there you are you know i it's it's a resort of historical significance the architecture has been so so well maintained eating rock miami beach do google you'll see what it looks like i mean it's from outer space marilyn monroe's gonna walk out of the front other she's been there.

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"lacouture" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lacouture" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And it's good in them citre yes and he is also working on a coffee lacouture yeah which are yom they have it in the taproom so there's this good humans doing the things and he's talking about how to create a more diverse world in the spirits industry how to invite women and how to invite people of color in yep and just really enjoy talking with him solid that's our tapped to an hour to we've got some great guests from red cow when we get back wearing talk with imos sir and also ryan from indeed brewing on their sour beer collaboration when we come back on the weekly dish my talk when a one everything lands you are a net s entertainment previously andreessen intellects us anything you want to say to alexis von hearing she aid to poorer go where they did some of the taping of the last jedi i is healing michael awesome island on the edge of the world tunnel west coast of ireland the island is cover in puffins an inspired by the pump finns is where he came up with the poor gonchar space offends when i was in iceland just as live three months ago now when in iceland's you know i i've tried the ryan shark i've tried the black death obrenovac in any way tastes like raised beef that's what he said it didn't so hey guys it was very skilled news in the and the bringing you everything entertainment and jason and alexis.

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