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"lampe" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"lampe" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Let's get another quick check on some of the after hours earnings movers today. Chewy. Look at that. Plunging 13% after its report while micron and Lulu both up sharply RH is up by just about almost a percent right now. Check out Airbnb jumping more than four and a half percent today. It is also up more than 20% since the fed meeting. And back in the green for the year, our next guest says there could be a lot more room to run for this name. Adam Lampe is a mint wealth is here with his fast pitch for Airbnb. Adam, why do you like Airbnb? Well, the bottom line is that 27% of the workforce is working from home. And that's mind-blowing data right there. The fact of the matter is Airbnb, they say 24% of the people that are renting from them are running for 28 days or longer. Right there gets my attention. And then there's a 150 users that gets my intention as well. In terms of the 27% of workers working from home, I would guess that that number has been dwindling. And as offices start to reopen, that number will continue. Is there anything that makes you believe that that 27 number is sticky? Oh, I think it's sticky. I mean, the number one requirement that folks want right now is flexibility. And the fact of the matter is, it's an employee world right now that we're living. So as we continue to reopen at him, how much competition will Airbnb have from just traditional hotels and resorts? Well, you got the traditional brick and mortar establishments like Marriott, which they have a huge employee base. I mean, you're talking a 120,000 employees versus Airbnb only has about 6000. And basically, you know, the fact of the matter is 50% of all the investment buyers out there are paying for cash and rents are up 40% in some parts of the country. That's a layup. Adam and Tim, thanks for joining us. Do you believe Airbnb should trade at a premium to other online travel? I realize a slightly different business model and different costs. But if I look at Expedia in bookings, obviously, significantly cheaper. Your pushback on that. Well, the fact of the matter is Airbnb is basically has their own platform. 90% of their users come directly to them. And other competition like the marriotts of the world, they're copying what Airbnb is doing. So I think they're in a great position. And they've been around a long time. There's 200 million prime users that are Amazon Prime users and one of the first early investors was the CEO, the wealthiest man in this world, Jeff Bezos. So Adam, you think this has a $1 trillion market cap potential. How do you get there? Well, the math, I'm a math guy in 2018. They made about 42% in 2019. They made about 31%. Lexi, let's exclude 2020 because obvious reasons like the pandemic. Last year they're up 77%. That's remarkable. The numbers, you know, they're here to stay. I agree with Jim Cramer. I mean, he said, well, tells are going to the sidelines. Airbnb is the new way. Adam, thanks for joining us with your pitch, Adam Lampe of mint wealth. It is time for us here on the desk to vote. Are you buying Adam's pitch on Airbnb? Dan, you had an AARP trade. I recall. Oh wow. This was one of the a's. Yeah, you know, this stock is actually performed pretty well. It's up 5% of the year. It's obviously had a big rally here. I like his pitch here. I mean, really what you're trying to do is figure out how this company can grow into that, you know, the multiple of sales where it's at right here. And I think you look two years out and you have maybe a guy of dami hat size for a multiple of sales, especially if they're growing sales, you know, 20 plus percent over the next few years and 80% gross margin company. I mean, I think it makes sense. I think this is the sort of moat. This is a sort of, I think the way he made the case versus Tim's question about bookings in Expedia justifies a higher multiple here for this name. So I like it here. Guy. Mel, we were able to read my smart board. I'm asking in the dawn trade hashtag a GSB. I'm leaving my board up because, you know, for obvious reasons you want to see my face, but I'll say this. I agree. I don't know if it's getting to a $1 trillion. That would be an 8 bag or from here. But if you look at the quarter, they reported on February 16th, it shows you a glimpse of what is possible. Average price target around 200, I think it goes higher, and the board is still in front of guys face. Karen, what do you say? Yeah. Despite its sort of steep valuation, I think it's a buy one thing I really like about two things a couple of things. Free cash flow positive, nicely, not the greatest free cash flow yield, but that's okay. It's growing nicely. And I do think there's this first mover in the rental space that they really have a lock there. I know there's competition, but they have a great brand and so yes, I like it. I already picked him. Tim, are you going to do Matt and with the buy or sell just so he has a shot of actually winning on Twitter. Yeah, because whenever we all vote in favor, they definitely don't get it on Twitter. I think a lot of competition, let's go mets. What that.

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Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong

"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail. Also sentenced to Agnes Chow to 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lampe shouted, Never regretted Now. This stems from all the small demonstration outside police headquarters last

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Official: Thiago Silva moves to Chelsea

ESPN FC

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Official: Thiago Silva moves to Chelsea

"Tiago Silva to Chelsea is confirmed it's a one year deal initially with the option to extend for a further your it follows his medical which was completed in Milan Craig Burley and check in his slop still with me Craig how much does this help Chelsea in quest challenge? The likes of Liverpool Man City next season. I think it's a big help I mean although it's Player who I think is going to be fair sex very soon. But as a player played in the Champions League final as a player as hugely experienced. Still and Sharp, enough. UNCON- organized an lead lighting Butlin. The really struggled for most part of the season was a big reason. Why Chelsea till? Towards the end and stole realty to to make that talk for look, there's no inherent rescue. Apart from the fact that might not walk. There's no financial slightly apart from salary. And so I think it's an excellent saying short term when you consider the death of real call. The almost every talk club chasing the good ones going to cost money Chelsea, we spend money and other possessions this for me makes absolute sense. Now, thank Frat Lampe be hoping that he can bring new organizational qualities that is brought to club and country over the last decade a decade or so

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"lampe" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"In your life. Exactly and it. All goes back to the simple form that I have created over the years, but working with clients and with teaching and writing about gratitude is that you have your thought which just car? Then you have the emotional content which is the gas that you put in the car, then you have the ways whether spoken or written, which is putting your foot on the gas to seal the deal tax should get things in motion to get moving, and if there's no authenticity behind what it is that you do then is either going to take forever to manifest, or just may not manifest at all, and if it does manifested may show up in the way that you. Don't want it to How often would you have my listeners practice gratitude? Oh these daily. One thing I always tell people as well as however you start. Your Day is indicative of how your. Day's GonNa go so for me personally I start my morning everyday with spirituality gratitude in prayer, because that's what's so important to me and I know that if I don't spend time doing that I just don't feel a sharp that day, and it just feels like that day is a struggle so as my listeners here this today in here what Hillis is talking about, it's so important to implement gratitude in your morning throughout your day. Because you'll find your day feels more fulfilled feels more successful. Yes. I mean and up my day the same way, and for your listeners to have a simple gratitude practice for those people who may not have time to forcing in the morning. They can do like I do. Have time in the shower and go on a thank you lampe has started saying. Thank you for the little things that you have you know toothpaste tooth, birth, having hot water have all the little things. You know and just find time, and it doesn't just have to be on. The child could be anytime when you feel move. Doing aspire to offer thanks to the universe. has.

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"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Yeah we all are. We adopt kind of fun for that only thing. Good about all this right. Let me ask you something different. Let's transition over to the business side of Dr Barbecue which The restaurant are you guys operating right now and a different cashing or did you just shut down. No never shut down My partners are that's just not who they are. You know I mean let's be fair. Nobody knew we didn't know what to do But they they were like heck. No we're not going to close what they did was they laid off all the hourly workers and kept other management now. They've got six or seven restaurants at this point So they kept all the management people and just scared him around to the restaurant so a restaurant right now is being run by six management level people so which is Kinda nice and we managed. We do come out of this one of the things we all worry about is where you're GonNa find your staff you know at this point. Nobody else is getting hired up but as soon as it gets time to hire it's going to be a it's going to be an adventure trying to get people you know everybody's. GonNa be trying to get the best people so but my partners are like their attitude is well heck. Why would we close? Let's stay open and do the carry out thing and be good at it and and we're we are. I mean we're doing I don't really well. It's horrible. It's a disaster but it's better all the time and it's it's better than most. I think we we were lucky. Barbecues a pretty good thing to for carry out. We've got a little parking lot on the side of the building. Works OUT PERFECT FOR DR of. We put a pop about their every day and again our restaurants being run by management level people. So it's a successful is not the right word by any stretch. But we're doing about as well as we possibly could so giving US inspect we'll we'll probably gonNA save our restaurant. You know I look at folks now that who knew we didn't know it. We got lucky. I carry bring goes going to reopen and good for him. I'm really happy for Kerry. But you gotta be looking at yourself right now saying darn it. Why did I close? I should've just you know I I picked it. A lot of folks. Guys restaurants sitting at home would pay him the rent and thinking what am I doing? Well cooked something And that was kind of our attitude from the beginning. And you know we'll see shakes out but at this point it looks. You know we're GONNA make it. Well I guess the overriding question for those that Closed down completely so you have a couple different scenarios. I guess I mean you're in a unique scenario because it is barbecue related stuff that you're serving. You can easily run back to the old time of well you know you go to anywhere in Texas or you go to where you know a lot of places its walk up. It's kind of a built in takeout even if you have a place to sit and eat if you want you do have the option of taking out also if you want it so fast casual whatever the hell they call your setup is different right. I mean you go in. You have a massive space you have for waitstaff. You had the bars. They sit down experience so there are restaurants that probably don't have the ability or maybe didn't want to use the ability to take that time to pivot and be a takeout only restaurant in order to stay afloat or generate whatever revenue they can't or maybe they thought that whatever they were going to generate wasn't going to be worthwhile anyway so they just go ahead and lay everybody off shut it down until they're allowed to come back up so It seems the people that are going to come out of this in the best buy did find the way to pivot. You did Sean out there in California but Kelly Comfort Barbecue. We know similar scenario where they made the pivot to full. Carry out there exploiting splitting sounds bad. There are leveraging their social media in order to attract people and. I'm sure you guys are doing the same thing. That's who you're seeing really capitalized. Kappa capitalizing is a kind of a relative term. As you're saying but they're the ones that seem to be doing the best out of everybody that's open right now. Yeah I I agree I and we are doing all those things and I mean who knows but at this point we look. We look like we made the right decision but we also have the opportunity of leading is back working with us now said you know barbecue by nature is carry out friendly food so so that's a whole nother thing as well You know if you're serving fine dining those poor guys i. There's a steakhouse here in town. That's pushing hard social media all the time but I look at that and I think my gosh. I wouldn't go spend a hundred dollars and eat it in my car and a styrofoam container of Barbecue. Plus there's also that whole comfort level of your feeling sorry for yourself and you're hungry and you WanNa make yourself feel better a saliva. Ribs will do that. Yeah and it doesn't matter if it's an styrofoam box or not 'cause you're kind of use and prep to that already if you're taking it out yet almost we we always caught more flak nice cool place versus serving it on by Sarah Foam. It's right all right last topic before I let you go tonight knows appreciate the time. I don't know if this is breaking news to most people but let me go ahead. Run it anyway Barbecue central show exclusive news. Day break. Wrap your reporting from the breaking news desk right here in wherever the hell is behind a Not sure exactly where it is behind me. But WE'RE HERE IN CLEVELAND. Let's say Cleveland and we're throwing it out to Ray lampy for a exclusive announcement here as it relates to the Barbecue Hall of fame. Ray taken away. Yeah I am so honored. I got a call from emily the other day our message saying hey she wanted to talk to me about Allah fame and I just figured I've been hosting the awards their last two years. I figured it was related to that. While it wasn't they invited me asked me if I would like to be part of the nominating committee in and I said of course yes. I would at what a compliment. I'll be the first inductee. There will be on that committee and and I'm really proud that it's a serious guy that's awesome when you look at the nominating committee. I mean you you you obviously see the name I mean. Are you.

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"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Dr Barbecue Harry Gregg Stephen. While on town he put on a Cleveland t shirt and he was ready to pretty much fistfight on the street tonight. He's going all all Vegan and all of that stuff and I. I won't be talking about much of that. Have you not done tofu on a spruce twig yet? Now I I'm fine with that stuff and I actually do like beyond Burger to instead he eats. It often are can't go there but I do like that thing and you know it makes it easy for barbecue restaurants because we want to be able to feed everybody and if like that it makes our life a lot easier so totally unrelated. I WANNA ask all my all. My guess is we start out these conversations here over the course of the next two hours. Meathead was on the show last week in a standing Second Tuesday of the month and we talked about The practice of resting stakes after cooking. Do you have a thought on resting stakes Yeah I I definitely rest stakes. Rest everything I just I think old habits sometimes are hard to break but I certainly think it helps my steak. I had I had a prime rib tonight and they sat around for at least a half hour. I mean so if that makes sense to rest why wouldn't make sense the rest of the state Like Stevens said a couple of minutes. three or four minutes would be most. I would do it because it will get cold but definitely. I'm just in the habit of doing that. And if maybe the sciences wrong I apologize. But I'm probably not gonNA quit doing it that way. Well I think what we found out. Last week is while meet had certainly had an opinion on what he felt. Wait yeah believe it or not. He had an opinion There is no particular piece of science that is currently existing out there now. He did tell us that at one point when Amazon or When when Google was.

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"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Should we? Do we call it Bacon. Stephen I mean I know we can start to mince words and descript tours and all of this but you think Bacon. I mean we're thinking pork. Your is a bacon. Should it be only correlated with pork or can we get away with saying brisket and Bacon in the same sense? Well I think we say Brisket Bacon and we put quotation marks around the bacon to let everybody know however you are reminding me that I have a momentarily forgotten the etymological root of Bacon where it comes from so I need to look that up or maybe one of your suit listeners is has a is in front of a computer has an Oxford English dictionary but I think we need to know what is the origin of the Word Bacon. What was the first use in the English? Language has its meaning changed over the centuries debate an ever refer to other than pork because you have Canadian Bacon Right which is not pork belly so I think your question poses more questions than it actually gives answers right and we speak again. Okay great so we're going to see brisket bacon and will learn exactly where Bacon came from in May so you're definitely gonNA WANNA stay tuned at least for another four weeks so keeping with the bank and traditionally. That's something as an aside that you will see for a breakfast dish of some sort. I mean certainly you see it everywhere else but we love Bacon with breakfast. Are you a believer or a doer of grilling breakfast? Because I find myself getting out there especially given the time that we have and cooking a little bit more of everything outside. I am totally in fact. I like to think that I was the one that launched the barbecue for breakfast. I'm an early riser. Many followers no and nothing gives me more pleasure than six o'clock in the morning. Firing up my grill doing grill day doing a beer can breakfast burgers grilling Bacon Doing a breakfast Taco or Breakfast a case of DEA. Yeah I'm a.

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"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"To this show. Ben Are Not and we'll be talking to him to close it out this evening so very excited to talk with band and Robin and Ray and Stephen as I said by and large I our. It's all hall of fame all the time. Second Hour not to shabby itself to one six to two zero zero nine. Six six or greg at the bbq central show dot com. If you WANNA jump in this evening and I'll be looking forward to your comments and all that other stuff all right. Let's see what did I do with it? I don't know where it went. Yeah heritages sorry about them was placed my gender follow me socially of course that'd be central show all over the place now first and foremost to give a public thanks to a Barbecue. Palo mine named Jason Kaplan I used my Lang- thirty six patio over the weekend. Truth be told while I love using it. I have struggled at various times with running my best fire. Some people with living their best life. I struggle sometimes with running my best fire and it always seems to start out okay but after a number of hours where it seems like it would actually be easier to control for me. It's harder to control and it always seems to be the weirdest part because over time at least conceptually you're growing the coal bed so if nothing it should be more consistent so the last time I used it I took out. The raised gate started it on the floor. And then this time I saw the Jason had done a brisket cook a few weeks ago and I asked him how he ran his fire. He has a little bit big of a little bit big little bit bigger of Lang than I do. I believe he has the forty eight inch and I have the thirty six inch but I believe they're identical in fire box size. Maybe his is a little bigger to accommodate the bigger smoke. But I don't think and I said hey how did they go? How are you running your fire? And he said well. I built it on the floor like you did. We discussed that in a number of months ago. Because somebody gave us that sage piece of advice and to keep the calls because that was the first thing I was noticing. That Kohl's weren't staying up on the fire. There were just dropping to the floor and he said Some was talking to said build it on the floor. I go from there and then I suggest. What did you do to run constant? He said I took the woods split. He's got kindling tracker. Like I got any split to split. And then he split the split of the split in like quarters I guess that would be and he said he ran a two fifty all the way from front to back and I said next time I fire up the Lang. That's what I'm going to try. Maybe that's what missing because I'm doing everything else so I did the same thing over this past weekend worked out great and I was not chasing temps on either side. Coal bed stayed bountiful. Aside from having to add sticks every thirty minutes or so was the easiest fire. I've run today. I lived and ran my best fire this past weekend and the ribs. Chicken were spectacular. I love all my cooks. I use all my cookers. Well except for that piece of crap. Art Flaine I think the peace and it's for sale for six bucks. If you WANNA come and get boat anchor and the food that comes off the stick burners are by far the best pieces of food that you can make in my opinion. It's not even close. The traeger makes a great end product. The Green Mountain grill a great end product Weber. Smokey mountain makes a great end product. But for my money if you can if you have the time that's what you need if you have the time to run the state burner. It is second to none as far as food that it puts up so I WANNA to thank Jason for the pro tip listen to him on the Howard Stern show of course was my favorite show is executive producer. And I think if the fire box on the Lang was three times the size that it is way better. Maybe four times the size. But I don't think that's an option. There's no way in hell that I would be able to retrofit something like that on the cooker. It took me four and a half hours to build the Cavallo. There's no way I'm dropping a fire box on a steel piece of equipment and then somehow figuring out to to make a box four times that big and then be able to reinstall it on the coach we..

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"lampe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Up about border related challenges his community is dealing with smuggling issues smuggling drugs and people in our county sheriff mark Lampe tells her was on his morning news his deputies have arrested several predators who been previously deported tried to re enter the country that have bad sex offenders sex offenders with children and many other crimes so it's a problem and only seen a big decrease in the number of illegal immigrants coming through is county lamb says they're still coming especially where we're out of this area they come to the heart of old of Indian reservation in a dark community apprehensions at the southern border fell for the eighth straight month in January Charlie foster KTA art is a homicide prosecutor who won convictions in the Jodi arias murder case and other notorious killings in Phoenix has been placed on paid administrative leave one Martinez was reassigned last year within the county attorney's office to mostly handle non homicide cases the office said this would give Martinez time to resolve pending attorney ethics allegations against him after the state bar filed a complaint against Martinez the judge hearing the allegations dismissed the man said the matter was best left channel by the county attorney's office says Katie a ours legal expert Monica Lindstrom who says he could be brought back up to full duties at any time allegations accuse Martinez of leaking and jurors name in the areas case to a blogger with him he was in a sex relationship and then lying to investigators about it Arizona folks here is on a Republican senator Martha make Sally officially launched her twenty twenty election campaign but a DC insider says it will be easy for her to win ABC news political analyst Alex Castellanos tells KTAR she'll get a big boost to president trump winds up running against the far left candidate like Bernie Sanders that could make the difference of four or five points in the race it's still going to be tough for me Sally Ann occurs owner it's a purple state her opponents of purple candidate Cassiano says Democrat mark Kelly's been getting a unifying message out so far and make Sally has a platform over the next few months to show that she can work across the aisle we're learning some new details about yesterday's barricade situation in Buckeye that happen your son valley parkway in Van Buren a sixty one year old man was taken into custody after police say he was stopping traffic with a rifle he retreated into his home or officers tried to negotiate with them a canine officer named Carl the shot three times with a pellet gun MC associates the canines expected to be okay but Herald Whistler is facing multiple charges and a man was taken into custody earlier today after leading police on a chase through the valley that ended on westbound I. tenure Watson road and chase involved a white jeep grand Cherokee and started as far back as the Tempe town lake area some of the vehicles tires blew out during the chase but the suspect just kept on going on the rams it's not exactly clear why the man was running from police former superstar the Phoenix coyotes has been fired NBC sports announces that Jeremy Roenick will not return to the network's hockey coverage he was suspended in December for comments he made about his coworkers on podcast running said today he's mad and disappointed though disappointed also grateful that had the opportunity to share my love my passion my knowledge of the game with millions of people millions of fans and for that I thank you run it did apologize for the comments on January eleventh five oh seven time for traffic again with the tour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center regular still got this gradually I tend here eastbound east of the U. S. sixty but it is off right and it's not blocking any lanes of traffic getting by it okay but there's gonna be a little curiosity as you come up on it again that's I. ten eastbound just east of the U. S. sixty we've also got ourselves a marked rise in the east valley currently thirty seven minutes on the one on one shopbop break we're right Boulevard south down to the Santana twenty two minutes on the six the eastbound from I. ten east out to Ellsworth twelve minutes he's about to to read about freeway you catch that he's found from the fifty one interchange east to the one on one price and nineteen minutes currently on the I. ten eastbound from the seventeen split down to the to a two cent yeah the traffic report brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers Toyotas presidents day sales event is going on now with savings galore visit your valley Toyota dealers fort valley Toyota dealer dot com today the journey and get your news tonight clear and an overnight low at forty two degrees tomorrow sunny in sixty eight were Mormon up seventy one Friday seventy.

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"lampe" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Careless function in the show like I don't know I'm not crazy easy about it but again that Cup semi not liking love stories. So you think you've just come up with my I t shirt just sexy lampe bad ideas like I've been seen in some other episodes here. I feel like there. There are certain things at this episode episode that this show brings up now. I I think our super relevant to today I would love to see and I don't know who would be willing to take this on is literally someone coming in retooling this entire thing in cutting huge sections turns out keeping the stuff works. I don't know what it'd be. It'd be like anyone can whistle the final character as like keep these songs that are like great and actually proved the point and like cut all the stuff that we do not need to be in this show out and there could be something that's there and then you only have to have one intermission action which is great. Can I ask. Did you do an episode on the Kora Face Song that got cut. Yes I down. 'cause we were so happy to see that so much fun. It's like my my two favorite songs Katzav show which is which is fascinating to do because at least at at that point in time for whatever is super critical of. There's only a woman but I think that it's it's the one time that it really feels lively. And they like this banter back and forth and I feel like you need it. 'cause it's the only time core and have a song together singing opposite one another back and forth so anyways it works better for me. Ah We were reading over the lyrics book and the annotation he put was. It didn't get the applause we were expecting. We cut it and I'm like but you cut an important plot. Points they conducted grafted your to your story together and without these could be two separate plays with no attachment like. That's the point where they reconcile with each other. Yes these two opposing forces and without that each play could exist independent of the other one fairly. Well they're never in the same room together. That's yeah it's like they meet. Once the very beginning briefly pass each other and then he never talked to each other ever again which is odd way to structure the show. Let's jump into the lyrics here then so this is again. We're in the very final song of the show. You know have good coverage turns back onto the scene and he wants her to come with him. She wants to go back to the cookie jar and kind of returns being the nurse and everything but trying to convince her that no should they go away together together is basically what his what. His job is here at least so he begins by same whistle. Little to be sure of if there's anything at all if there's anything at all I'm sure of here and now and us together all I'll ever be. I owe you if there's anything to be being sure enough of you makes me sure enough.

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"lampe" Discussed on Une tasse de Dieu

Une tasse de Dieu

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on Une tasse de Dieu

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"lampe" Discussed on Une tasse de Dieu

Une tasse de Dieu

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on Une tasse de Dieu

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Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore

Monocle 24: Section D

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore

"Monaco's dedicated weekly design program. And I'm Josh Venit each week. We embark on an uphill challenge of an intriguing tale. Somewhere somewhere in the world of design and this week we had to the snow top tips of the Dolomite Mountains in Italy to be exact located in a forest. Not far from the resort town of Cortina. He knows damn pet so in northern Italy the Church of Our Lady of Kadora is a jewel of sacred modern architecture completed in nineteen sixty one. The building was designed by Italian architect of note collar SCARPA. He worked with the former pupil to create a space that continues to attract devote tease design minded and religious like Monaco's Melania correspondent Ivan. Combine Leo made the Pilgrimage to visit the church and he also spoke with a local architectural historian named Michaela. Low about about this. Unique Work of ecclesiastical architecture take it away Ivan one of the most enigmatic doc and underappreciated figures of Twentieth Century Design Carlo SCARPA was an architect and designer best known for his instinctive approach to materials combining time. I'm honored crafts with modern manufacturing techniques. We all live on. Borough fanatical born in one thousand nine six in Venice where I studied architecture. SCARPA would go on to work at the famed. Veneer glassworks in Moreno. Where in the Nineteen Thirties. He was creative director and developed pieces. The today are part of the permanent collection. At New York's Moma as an architect SCARPA worked mostly in around Venice. We're in the nineteen forties. He began to teach drawing and into your decoration. At the local university one of his pupils was architect. Eduardo Goellner who returned in nineteen fifty six to ask his former professor for help on a commission in the dolemite mountains. It Atalanta Kamata Brigitta in the village to record order close to the ski resorts of Cortina. Pitso Gillner was busy building. A holiday village for the employees of ENRICO METAIS head of Italian oil giant any next to two hotels and chalets for workers families to use his vacation homes in summer and winter metairie desire to church to complete his mouth community. You Kill Merlo is an architect and historian who oversees foundation documenting. The work of Goellner who bid like years Care Integrated Tony Goupil down. The chemicals that Merrill explained tells carpers lasting contribution to the interior of the church elevated the any project pick to become a respected work of contemporary Italian architecture. The case will be larger. Costatini solid between a forum. Ano- Naji Lady Eighty Galilee. He said he'd donate any promotional video. Shows the church in all its modernist splendor blender during a festive Christmas mass and the mass full attention to detail that SCARPA brought to the project. Scott up out of the Venezia a Thai the comic receive eight three the Morano carotenoids any Lampe de Mello observes of the austere interior made of concrete beaten would is given a touch of color in the green and Ambert into Chinda. Leers made him Ronald Glass designed by SCARPA his minimalist pews. Mahogany arc matched by flooring that beaches a pattern created by submerging treetrunks into the cement pavement. The main entrance is a grand sliding door and would that opens in summertime. Underneath the churches sixty degree pitched roof and slender belltower. With a high steel steeple there recalls a slender oil rig worshippers find a sequence of trusses braced by asymmetrical steel tyrod and supported by cement pillars. Also remarkable was the high altar and his spinning the reforms of the Second Vatican Council a few years later SCARPA designed stunning sculpture in White Guerrero marble that allow the priest to face the congregation and during the celebration of the mass fans of SCARPA will find it like his later. Work of sacred architecture at the Briones cemetery in the Venuto. It is the subtleties that standout in his designs. At the Church of Our Lady of Kadoorie SCARPA was able to compose

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"lampe" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

12:32 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

"A full fledged life coach, and she wants to help you, whether you like it or not, join the former Queen of me as she contains her journey as the Queen of renewing, she'll share her life experiences, the tool, she's learned along the way and a healthy dose of humor. So if you have a problem, let Lisa help. And now here's your host. Lista. Lampe meli. Hey, it's Lisa Levin. L E, and welcome to let Lisa.

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"lampe" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Accused of attempting to set Saint Patrick's cathedral in Manhattan on fire is pleading not guilty. Mark Lampe attorney Christa Lorenzo says his client is schizophrenic. I think some point in time. If not the prosecutor agreeing that a jury would agree that he suffered from psychiatric illness, that led to this incident Thirty-seven-year-old lamp era of Hasbrouck heights, New Jersey was arrested in April after being found with gas cans lighter fluid, and lighters in the cathedral, lamp Hurrell pleaded not guilty to attempted arson reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon. The father of twenty two year old Christopher Morgan, the West Point cadet killed in yesterday's rollover crashes in morning. Christopher Morgan, senior of west orange says his son leaves behind a legacy that would take most people far longer to achieve Morgan was a star wrestler, at west orange high school and the first person from the school to be accepted into West Point his father, added, his son was a great leader. And he's grateful to have had him as a son, a screaming child being credited for stopping an attempted robbery in the Bronx. Lisa, g reports cops say, five Hispanic men, forcibly entered an apartment near east Burnside avenue. And Creston avenue on June. First and pointed a gun at a twenty eight year old woman. The woman seven year old daughter got scared and started screaming at the top of her lungs and apparently freaked the guys out who then fled the scene without taking anything. Police say no one was injured and they are asking anyone with information to call the crime stoppers hotline or on Twitter at NYPD tips. I'm Lisa G, W, O, R news. Police in Newark are on the hunt for a group of people who beat and burned a dog to death, public safety director, Anthony Ambrose says committing violence of this kind against any animal is very alarming for multiple reasons if they have no compassion for an animal that what would they do to a human it happened around three o'clock this morning? Neil veils Berg park at the corner of Plymouth street and Columbia avenue. Cops say they have surveillance video now looking for a group of eight or more males and females. The dog was repeatedly kicked before being covered in paper and set on fire causing its death. We'll have sports and weather up next. Wwl news time, eight oh, three. Let's give. Something clear view may be competing to be the next account executive at iheartmedia. But this is not a TV game show. There's no turning chairs. No, save rounds. No snarky British guys, we don't even need this dramatic music. But this is a fierce competition,.

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"lampe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Lampe finished generally was raring to take home like the Yankees at Manassas. That's bull folks. Any kidney jump anything? I don't know. But he got away in his generally. But here's the thing about the here's the thing about the dukes of hazzard every single episode of dukes ahead, they beginning chase and you'll McKinney bridge would be out, and they'd hit it anyway. And it would always Paul's right when he was over the bridge, and then Wayland would come and go out of them do boys or whatever they'll goes in a pickle now. Yeah, and then you thought, well, maybe the wreck and after three episodes, you realize every single time it's gonna win. My favorite was win. The Duke boys and the sheriff head to team up like when bad guys from out of town did the town and they had to team up to foil, the drug dealers, or whatever they were in back in the eighties, every single show, had to go to this page. All right now, all of a sudden boss Hogg has a brother that looks just like him and all black, remember how every evil twin every television show head to go to the, the tweet. Had an evil twin. All and black. Hey smoke baby had gotten on the C B D train. I have Tony has, and we're feeling great if you don't know, the benefits of CBD oil, what's the matter with you get to the Google machine and look it up now. And you will be running to see my friends at up in smoke. Why? Because CBD oil is so at lots of places, but is it really CBD oil, a lot of places like gas stations? We'll put up all you have no idea what it is. You don't want to get your CBD oil at a gas station in between the beef jerky and the ding dongs. No Goto place that specialize it. And that my friends is up and smoke locations all around, lavar, you. Call check them out online at up. The letter in smoke online dot com. Back after this on NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A S per -tunities. Join us for the.

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"lampe" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on KTOK

"Parents GT necessity who were furthering it when you don't actually know the person is very unfair to say that about somebody, right? In hopefully, we can start to change that mess that feeling in this country that message having conversations like this goes a long way to do that. And by the way, I've seen you on patrol on live PD, I've seen you and how you act and how you treat people on on sixty days in it's clear to me that you care about everybody. And I and I've seen you actually try to give people a break until they're so stupid that they won't stop hit a talking their way into handcuffs that you eventually have to say, well, that's it. I have the discretion take you in. I'm gonna I really do think that it. Yes. It's about you guys community policing and getting on that side. But it's also about the community saying, hey, maybe we should respond differently when we see license irons. I don't know. Yeah. And that is part of it, you know. And that's people ask me all the time. How do you stop judge? We'll stop using. There's very responsibility on on us as citizens. And then we as long force -ment. We always can do better as inhumane, and really that's one of the things I've tried to steal in my deputies mind, please. Let's always look at the humanity of of the call on what you're dealing with. And what precipitated it in what circumstances led up to it and make your decision based on that? And and I think our guys doing really good job of that. And I hopefully, that's how most law enforcement does their job. But it's tough. It's tough for people that go out there. And do it every day. It is sheriff Mark Lampe now county Zona love having him on he's become a friend. He's a guy who will give you the straight skinny on immigration what's happening at the border. And also I love his perspective on how he does his job one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Your thoughts when we come back. Stay here. News Radio one thousand. Winging..

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"lampe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In this economy right now. The Trump administration has made it a point to get rid of a lot of the rules and standards governing. How businesses do business, but in the north woods Minnesota? There's a company bucking that trend and its own industry by fighting four strict new environmental rule Lampe manufacturing makes a wood heater. That was the first pass tough federal regulation that is scheduled to go into effect next year, and is Dan Crocker from Minnesota public radio reports the company is banking on the EPA to keep that rule in place. Inside a cramped eighty five year old converted dairy creamery in the tiny town of tower workers are welding together a wood burning furnace certified by the EPA as the cleanest one on the market. It's called the Puma vapor fire one hundred and it was designed by this guy is urban Lampe. My dad. They built this company up from scratch Lampe is seventy a fast talking wood-burning evangelist. He says the company's route sexually go back to his grandfather who built stoves for sound for Finnish settlers during the depression and everybody in that every they wanted a richer left or solar still because my grandpa was the head welder at the shipyards in Duluth were first of all they're lamp is grandfather taught lamps father how to make stoves who in turn taught him. Then after a scare one winter when his chimney caught on fire Lampe and his dad decided to try and design would furnace. It's like a woodstove only big enough to heat an entire home. They reasoned if they could build one that burned a super efficiently they'd be able to eliminate creosote. The highly flammable residue that can build up inside chimneys. And my dad was right. If you burn would with low smoke, you get rid of the creosote you more or less get rid of pollution. What's better than that? In the late seventies. The lamp is begin producing wood fern. Mrs in addition to Souness stoves, their timing was perfect after the oil embargo earlier that decade Americans by the millions began heating with would John Ackerly. President of the nonprofit alliance for green heat says at first there were no environmental rules that has left the country with the legacy of these very basic smokey boxes, and we're still living with that legacy at the majority of what stuff are old ones that are not regulated and the pollution. They emit can cause serious health problems in nineteen eighty nine the EPA placed emission standards on smaller woodstoves, but it had no it would boilers and furnaces until twenty fifteen next spring. Those regulations are scheduled to get a lot stricter new furnaces. We'll have to emit eighty four percent less particulate matter than they do now. So far only two companies have met that standard Lampe and Missouri company called H Y C the industry overall has fought the new rules. They argue too strict. And the deadline is too soon. John crouch with the hearth patio and barbecue association, which represents many would heater manufacturers agrees. There needs to be a uniform federal rule, but it does need to be well thought out and attainable. The Trump administration is considering whether to relax the standard and has proposed allowing retailers to sell less efficient furnaces for two more years, but several states including Minnesota want the new rules to go into effect. So does Lampe he says he spent years and a lot of money perfecting the design on his furnace, which sells for fifty seven hundred dollars thousands of dollars more than some of his competitors. And we figured some day that we could get the same really going. If we got nobody else has and help the community today about twenty five thousand wood-burning furnaces are sold every year in the US Lampe says gaining even a ten percent share of the market would mean big growth for his company to prepare. He plans to move into a new and bigger manufacturing facility next.

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"lampe" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Something that we can market on website to our local veterans of making more affordable in a teen -able for the guys as well. We give out samples now. But I like to be able to make it more affordable as well for veterans. And last question, actually, you know, I feel like you have your bias because you're an advocate for this. But is there any experience you have someone that you introduced to create them? And they said this just isn't for me. No, I personally haven't had the. But again, we the way that we speak crowd a different of light yet. Again, all I'm saying is for over, you know, four years now, I've taken to pills and rode my bike. I the experienced some joy in my life. That's all I I'm saying. So it will I couldn't tell you that in do that in oxycodone on do some other self destructive measures on it. But this is allow me to start getting some join some respect back in my life into. I'm just grateful that been able to get access to a better poll of medicine. Now have you ever gotten off of it for a little bit? And said, hey, let me see if this is all just placebo. Well, I don't have to take it every day. I usually reserved for the actual times that I'm writing and sometimes like now I've actually taken, you know, four caps at one time, I was real cautious nurse. You know about as, you know, hearing all the doom and gloom stuff. But you know, even up to now when I'm in a lot of pain. I'll take four caps. All right, my bike. But that's sickly when I'm taking medicine or take it a wanted do something after that, you know. So there's a lot of people now, I know crimes now at the bodybuilding show, Mr. Lampe, they had a booth over there in a lot of people started using as a free workout. I guess you know, that that's like the latest buzz, but I've been doing that for years ago, just two pills and get a bike and go rhino mafele veterans. It's literally that simple. I've done the same thing over and over. And here we are since November two thousand thirteen so it's been a drink. True. Awesome. Will appreciate coming on with us. And thanks to your wife for setting this up for us. And you know, if there's any advancements or anything going on in Vegas, you want a lot of snow about feel free to get in touch anytime. All right. Thank you guys. Get time. Appreciate it and made a major lower. Bless you guys and have one day. Thank you, Peter. Thanks, peter. Appreciate it. That was good. Then I you know, I was talking to Joe Fave who just had on recently. And he heard mentioned the crazy thing on the show. So he was like what's crate him? I don't know anything about it. And he he's like I've been seeing it around ever since you mentioned it, I wanna know more. And all I could say is like all right. So the documentary, but I have no experience with it. I've never taken it. I can't speak of it, positively or negatively I I'm aware that I saw a documentary of a guy who's an advocate for it. You know, if someone puts out a documentary for someone who's against it. I will watch that as well. But you really can't argue with a guy who like as he said it was on these opioids throwing up blood. And it's now functioning is active is meeting with other veterans. I mean, it's just hard to argue with. Well, I mean, I made that comparison to, you know, medical marijuana because and same thing is that marijuana can be used medicinally to help people have conditions who are adversely affect. Tanking Masuda goals. So I mean, this is something to keep in mind. I mean, maybe instead of taking painkillers or something. Maybe this is an option. I don't know. Yeah. But the crazy thing that he said is the idea that the vehicle say, oh, we'll you're no longer a disabled veteran, finding alternative ways. I mean, if that's the case, I mean that that's fucking criminal. That's so wrong. It's it's not even funny. Yeah. I've maybe we can investigate that further..

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"lampe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"lampe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Berry. Verde. Jimmy, jimmy. See Lampe would wanna hear some Led Zeppelin right now. Lancer job. He's a rocker. Got to get back in shape. So we can groove and move. Like he does. He's over there. Dancing all the time with KENDALL. Shimmy born in this day in nineteen forty four. As you look back his greatest guitar players of all time. I still say he's certainly always been regarded as one of the tops for sure. Maybe later we get into that. But not now. Thanks you too. All right here, we go. Now, I'm gonna come back. I wanna follow up on what a phone caller said last night it caught my attention for a minute. I don't wanna see Sears go away. Man. I like Sears that's old school, Americana. Where am I going to get all my power tools at I don't know how to use? Knows how to use power tools. Kitty o'neil. O'neil? Cutie? She's like. Handy woman. I'm not joking. She fixed my lamp. Snyder on one day at a time. True. Any see I love to fix things. I said, you know, I've told you for our wedding anniversary or wedding itself. Hurt got all the cookware. And I got but you all right. That's bad. Dad gave me a beautiful big red toolbox full of tools for our wedding me. Yeah. And then Kirk got all the all clad. Wow. Come on hire you when I need to fix. My transmission? Tell you. What was I thinking? That's my next life. Is that right? Yeah. Welcome to jiffy lube. The shirt with a little kitty embroidered on. By the way, that'd be really cute just saying. All right. I can't help it. Also. Need an update on the news the latest forecast or look at traffic before you head out? Now, you can listen to NewsRadio KMP came on your spine speaker, just say, okay? Google play K of k on iheartradio. Sacramento's news, traffic and weather station. Available now on Google home..

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