18 Burst results for "Lou Louis"
"lou louis" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"At least like a couple of days a week. Just practice on her and just keep going. Don't go insane. I hear sirens. Also the police are coming to get. That was hitting people with sticks at least once he's winning. Dm You like. How does that they just want? They weren't they bought one. I have won't know we're trying to make connections baby. I mean I just curious. I don't think I would totally love her on the podcast. I ought to have her. She's she's cute and I like her. She likes you there we go. Oh another push. I forgot us we skype day with Bravo oh my talking head like situations are. We're GONNA have to have a download. 'cause I've forgot my entire life before this last month. I've been like a little bubble but I don't remember what we're going to talk about so I'm going to rain down ship. I thought you meant you had a skype day with a man. Now that's tonight. I have a happy hour. We have a I have like. Bp and I are doing a live. Happy hour meeting sky for a drink. A little fun. Yeah we need. We need to do a live. Happy Hour let's do it. I don't know how to do. Does he does all the work. I don't know how to do. Your kids. Are Your kids with you right now. Are they went back for a week? May Been Back for we. That's I went dark this week and my have a tooth infection so took about four days off from the world and world's just fucking us right now but I made naive made like a sharp knives and put them all in house. Only I did that a few days ago. I got okay so I got press juicery juicery and I got it hosted the guy the guy like who delivered it was legit. I feel like he was trying to come into my apartment. He was very weird. And so I just freaked out and then I like home by myself. My roommate like went to her family's house and I'm just sitting there and then I started like hearing a noise and I thought he was going to come in so I literally got big ass butcher knives and put them all in the house all night. That's that's their Oliver Mouse. Even in the kitchen swords to you gotta stay right. Yeah now I'm like I'm not even joking. I don't have the paper people. Do not try to break in. Because I'M NOT GONNA sign on your door. No paper here. Sorry all right. Listen I love you and we're going to have to download after before next week and I'm going to call you an hour cake. Look out there ready baby. I love you to give us a kiss. Whatever Nicholas is still a little bit of the dark side? I think not. Everyone can stay positive. I fully understand. I have good days bad days and I have no medication. We're silver lining here. It is she you buying shoes. I bought shoes. Okay here we go. Okay boxing but no one can see it. She's right now and I don't shop that much but I decided to get shoes even though I'm not going anywhere we're on the House who makes opened the magazine that on Christian Lou Louis. Tom Kitt Chat Boca Raton Christian. People say different. I always say ten. All right okay. So we'RE GONNA ask to take these. She.
"lou louis" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"The episode? You Know I. I don't know I wasn't hanging out with him. I just tried WHOA. I was like I'm going to use me. That's what I've got to say. They got to pay me for this part of the documentary for me actually wasn't the allegations uh-huh or the conversations about the sexual orientation. It was that he allegedly went to the New England Patriots and asked for a trade bill. Belichick said no that was living actually truly I openly because obviously the Patriots are known for a bunch of things success but also cheating and cheating trying to win at any cost. They're also known known for that. And when you go to the way that Robert Kraft squashed his own legal story legal story exactly come on now and you look at the way that the new England patriots waitress were able to get that video from spy. Crushed literally literally and Tom Brady smashing phones and stuff like that. Durum inflate gate or deflategate rather when you have all that background on that organization when they said that about Aaron Hernandez Bell Check said no I believed it because I was like. There's way too much stuff that the New England patriots have done to for me to give it a benefit of the doubt key. Have you ever had a teammate. Because you their little news used tear it see. May we saw Tim T-boz in Tom Brady is. They're not in it in the sense that they sat down and did an interview but they're pulling clips from when the whole thing was going down as like. Yeah no it's it's obviously. He's tragic in this. Aaron Hernandez was but no one gave me the idea like yeah he was bad news. We're teams that you knew that dude. dudes bad news news. I'm looking for names. I'm just looking for. Dan Stems way back guy not necessarily know nobody. I've never had a teammate. That has has gotten himself into a situation while he was on the team with me that he couldn't get out of you know I've never you know I no not ars just in. I don't think a lot of people knew though that was his teammates. Because he's he was living this triple double life it. It was like a triple life because he was he was one way here. One way there another way. He was one way at home with his family. Another way with the Patriots any organization gene. Then turn up time at night. He was another way. It's so it was Kinda like these three different identities that he had. which was you know a little Lou Louis Weird at the same time but then as you learn about everything and they start putting all the pieces together in point all the different dots whether cte led to with his young childhood lead to high was handled by his dad? All of those sorts of things. Whatever the case is you didn't know all of this intil basically now you yeah I mean just basically learning all of this you been following this story from the beginning it was all of those things and you mentioned the one but it turns out not only was the he was As badly brain-damaged is almost anybody. They've ever seen this was not just. He had the beginnings of this. He looked like a guy who was eighty years old inside his own. When you plan that type type of position the the the the the offense defense aligns and tidy ends and things? That's a Bang Bang. I mean it's a lot of linebackers. I mean there's a lot of collisions. Unlike the defensive backs wide receivers nowadays they barely touching. I mean when you catch the ball. They're not hitting you going down to the ground you run out of bounds this pulling you to the ground polls trying to knock you out when Ronnie Lott and Tim McDonald those guys are playing. That was a different. You Know Steve Atwater. That was a different time wind. Win Guys would knocking you around. Where now it's kind of a little bit softer? I would say in those skill positions but when you play a position like Aaron Hernandez and Gronkowski is some of those guys. You'RE GONNA have significantly more hair. Trauma happened to you over time. Then the skill position guys do you have any sympathy for them. No no I don't I do I do it. And that's not to take away from the grief of the family and loved ones of his victims uh-huh but when you look at all the freaking stuff that this one person had to go through essentially alone I can understand. It reminds me and I'm not trying to belittle this at all but it reminds me of the construction of the joker. And how showing how the joke got there. You had a better understanding and dismissing him just as one thing in a vacuum became more difficult. Because you like this system failed him. This failed him. His parents failed veiled he was on a path and no one could help him. When I looked at Aaron Hernandez I've been closeted? I know exactly what all those guys were talking about. The things you try to do too high the pressure that you put under when I came out I if it was like I was reborn. So he never come out but he was still dabbling any. Sat any had auto childhood. No parents really giving him any guidance. And then he's got did he got urban Meyer. Who Won't say stop? He's got the Patriots who's like you can't stop. I mean it was like it was a lot and understand IT I. It was a lot. But I'm with you travis. Obviously I don't have any sympathy for him. I have sympathy for the families of the the the people the victims that were murdered and I have sympathy for the little girl that it was left behind. That's it I don't hear it. I mean I can't I mean I understand everything and he's gone through in life we've all gone through a lot of different things in life but she never got through that. But we've we've all don't do a lot of different things in life. That was not a riffing. Yeah in in in but at the same time I cannot have sympathy. See for that I mean I just. I can't daughter in victims. Yes the time I if you know people that are out there if you have not seen it and you've got netflix. I would suggest going to watch it. Because it's it's it's fascinating or call him. Turn on your Hook. It under Netflix will stay. Wants to start children appropriate ability to stand in the doorway to get show he the second dad says. You're not allowed to see this. What do you want to see? I mean that's that's just. Yeah Yeah.
"lou louis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"It like an Vonda trump goes to the U._N.. For lunch drafts like this glitter tight dress and then <hes> Ravenna goes well. You got a little cleopatra thing going and Bethany just looks at me. Do I look like from Egypt like like what's going on like Cleopatra. If she were alive today she wouldn't be killed by an ASP should be killing US okay. Let's you get an everyone cleopatra joke anyone and it went on the Five Dollar Pyramid Ramona. Yeah you know what I wish. Things could knock your nose off right now. This is like seriously did you bring your person yes seriously. What do you need your purse for? Why did you bring your purse and he was like well? I'm going to put it behind my chair but I wanted to have it because I need the tape for my back into stern to use tape in your face and and he goes yeah that's what the old broads did back in the day. We're just going to be like keeping an eye out for <hes> <hes> like masking tape tumbling out of her like back around her neck on her ears for the rest of the Sonya has always been on a very slow ride to patsy from absolutely fabulous and says officially getting their Sunday to come back with author Beehive ovonic trump here next year just making love it. You know I actually really loved Bethany address. I thought it was very cool. Tinsley also amused me because she was wearing something that was very pretty but it also looked like she had like taken an oversized first-place ribbon from the county fair and just put it on this well. Maybe I'll like win this reunion if I already have the ribbon positive thinking yeah I like everybody's even even Sonia's as you know. Seventy is getting a Lotta Shit for her but I like it because it was so nearby Sonja Morgan for only five dollars Yes for for wasn't four hundred dollars. Is that what you said no I I thought it was a hundred and five dollars. Oh one hundred and five dollars. I mean stripped on the stage what she really dresses for less. I think the four hundred dollar figure came in because well basically Andy is like Doreen the so what are you wearing is. They don't say those like Giovanni. She's like the last thing she wants to hear. I know during the hates Giovanni now it's like she won't even say how did Giovanni parties yeah only hates it because she was one who said Giovanni and that should have been her thing and let clip clip. It should have been her t sure but Luan made it her thing instead so that's why she hates it and she doesn't have anything to make her own because she's going to that Carol showroom. You know that Carol tried to take someone to Louis ends like well. You know I wanNA free dress not even Michelle Obama Obama address or whatever that whole thing was about and we even get to see a clip of it but joined us like Michelle Obama. Yes we go there a few years ago remain and then we see the clips well. You're not going to unleash your room anytime thanks Lou Louis. You can keep you for daily today. I was like damn cake backyards. Yes take back your cabaret..
"lou louis" Discussed on KOMO
"Office said today that the body of Jacob Gonzalez was positively idea through DNA last March police found the body of Katherine Cunningham on a piece of land near a gun and ammo filled bunker on Camino island Gonzales lived. With cunningham. French president Emmanuel Macron pledging to rebuild Notre Dame cathedral within five years in a TV address today spoke to the nation following yesterday's devastating fire the cathedral, and he says the French will reflect and then act, but the people must come together. Fedral more. Back the done within five. Yes. And president president Macron said that he shares his people's pain, but also their hope as he's calling for this restoration ABC's. Mark Remillard, joins us on the KOMO news room and. Mark. This is a very ambitious goal after that devastating fire because some historians say this could cost eight billion dollars take decades to restore and he saying they need to do it within five. Yeah. It seems like an ambitious time line considering that we really don't have too many details yet about how significant do repair restoration process will be because obviously we know that there was a lot of damage from the fire. But the question remains about, you know, there structural issues in many of the towers or any of the main structure that did survive in what kind of restorations will those need more than just getting to, you know, the cosmetic issues inside the cathedral, restoring all the different features and things like that. That were inside there as well as the roof and the spire and all these things before the fire occurred. There was a group called friends of Notre Dame that had estimated that the cathedral needed a hundred and fifty million euros over the next thirty years in restoration. That was before the fire. Now, the thing is nearly destroyed and you're talking about what could be hundreds of millions more in euros or potentially to some potentially billion. Now, the good news is there has been an incredible outpour of donations already hundreds of millions of euros dollars pouring in to help rebuild effort in a strange way, this project of restoration that was undergoing at the time of the fire had been struggling to raise the funds that it needed and then after this terrible tragedy. Now, you have this outpouring of support in a strange way things have turned around. It is interesting. The twist in that, isn't it. And and we've got what some seven hundred million already raised including money from all these billionaires and the CEO of apple. Yeah. That's right. You mentioned the CEO of apple Tim, cook issued a tweet saying that the company plans to donate money to the rebuild effort did not specify how much or what we can expect yet perhaps. We'll learn more later, but some of the other big names that are included air Bernard Arnall to is the is behind Lou Louis Vitton, two hundred million euros pledge Francois. And repent the CEO of the Karen group, which owns Gucci Yves Saint Laurent as pledged one hundred million euros and beyond that Lori. Al two hundred million more euros air Francis said that they'll provide free transportation for any official partners involved in the reconstruction. So you have this outpouring of support international. But so many Staples of French brands have stepped up to pledge their support as well again for a monument of French bench heritage, and you and they're going to need it too. If you think of just the cost of the scaffolding alone to handle this project, but some of the things that were saved are, absolutely. Prices like the crown of thorns. Yeah. That's an incredible one to hear that that that was saved many many extremely valuable relics save. Now, you're going to hear of the destruction of many things, for example, the historic massive Oregon in there, you know, that's not something you can just pull out and save at the moment. But I thought that was saved there may be parts of advisor assuming some of it may be damaged. I think the from what I'm seeing the cultural minister said that the Oregon because there are multiple organs in there. But the the most impressive on them the one with that has some eight thousand pipes in it seems to be badly damaged. So I think there are more than one Oregon though that so there may be some that are okay. But the the the main one that was built back to the fifteenth century appears to be somewhat damage some of the stained glass is another thing that remains a question. It looks like the the the rose windows on the south facade and the western facade appear to be intact. But the northern window is not clear yet. Wow. That has fared in. So again, the we're still waiting to to really learn the extent of the damage here. But many of the key relics. It seems did make it out. But there are certainly some that did not ABC's Mark Remillard. Thank you, Mark. 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"lou louis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Didn't really say. But while I was not. President when they were present together he would show how hateful he was to me. But didn't show it to me. He talk to me to my wife and that upset her. Hair comes the interesting thing. My wife is a good woman. My wife is. Beautiful child broken at home. This is a story connected to that a long story about her childhood. I've been married for sixty four years now, and she's being just beginning to recover because it was so serious. If you were told me Lou Louis his name. He's. He talked about me to her as if I was animal, and he'd he drove her and she never said much about it. She just got upset. No. Cup today. Slowly. But surely when she got upset. We come all. She did was get upset and the moment. She started to get upset with my brother. My brother got inside her. And she didn't know he was there. My brother died just recently from what? He mumbled in mumble mumble, the mumbled until he was eighty two eighty three and said to his son. Please don't let ROY no. And he died. Anyway, I am he couldn't stop onc- started. But what was worse? He extended. And and got upset, of course, she loves me. But but she didn't understand what she was sensitive to people who crew. Jealous. And so he was jealous. He said he jealous and a under thirty was jealous. All right because he felt more important when he is being jealous put basically putting me down. But what happened to her? Is a story. And she got worse and worse and worse. But she never said anything about it. And just recently. We realize on top of all the problem. She's had was. A father who? Messed around with three or four, women, etc. Etc. And all the rest of it that most of you do with your own family as I started in the program today. She sitting behind me right now. And she got imprinted imprinted the extension of my brother is in her. And she doesn't understand it. She can't see it. Let me explain to you one more thing to make it. Nice and clear. How did I get married? I know my wife is she going to stop me. If if if if I'm saying too, much, stop me. She's.
"lou louis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Mostly cloudy with a midday flurries, or maybe even a snow shower accumulating only a coating there. A high today twenty two and then tonight, partly cloudy, cold, low seventeen tomorrow, sunny, high thirty seven this teen in Germantown aid and king of Prussia right now nine at the apnea and voorhees sponsor by acme your favorite local supermarket heading up to twenty two degrees today, it's five twenty four. Have you ever been not so sure which recycle recycling receptacle to throw your trash into ws? John mcdevitt tells us the Philadelphia zoo has some green rats that may be able to help you every day to eleven AM, poppy and Gilly domestic rats, demonstrate their skills to visitors at kids zoo. The Philadelphia Zeus children's zoo in education center, mug, other things the girls have been trained to turn off lights and a recycle. They actually consort Trach put it into the bin that can be recycled or into the container for the landfill. Kristen lou. Louis Waldron is the director strategic initiatives at the survey learned through repetition and reward which goes where that a plastic bottle goes in recycling. And that's a message that we want our guest to know as important it's important to protect the animals and the environment and so- brats can recycle we can to fill of us engages visitors in various ways all year round on the importance of conservation. And what we can do to help save the lives of threatened animals in the wild. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio Haroon five will not hold the traditional news conference to discuss the band's Super Bowl halftime performance. We're hearing from maroon five frontman Adam LeVine for the first time since his group was announced performers for the Super Bowl halftime show. The performance has already been riddled with controversy due to the NFL's handling of Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem. Many of said nobody should perform in protest. But Levin says I'm on the right profession.
"lou louis" Discussed on KCBS All News
"An McLean to retain jock an county Yanko blasting through because sky to the international space station. It's the first station crew launched since the Russian Soyuz rocket exploded. And forced the crew aboard its flight after liftoff in October. Former FBI director James Comey will testify a closed House Judiciary committee hearing Friday. But at a compromise a transcript will be released within twenty four hours. Commes attorney David Kelly says he wanted everything out in the open wanting the unvarnished unfiltered truth to come out without people really finding a way to to get soundbite that could be plugged into a political narrative. Friday's big earthquake has done a number on Anchorage Alaska roadways, but municipal manager Bill. He says it could have been much worse on the heat is on communication lines are up water and sewer are returning to their normal operating. Posture ships are also coming in on schedule to the port of Anchorage Illinois residents are digging out after more than a dozen tornadoes over the weekend. At least twenty people were hurt and there were damaged damaged buildings Bill. Kenny lives north of shade. Lou. Louis three buildings on site. All three has some damage, but that's what is completely wiped out tornadoes all through hit Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri where one person was killed on Wall Street s and p futures are up forty two. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Some job boards making tons of the wrong resumes, which makes finding a great candidate like well trying to find a needle in a haystack. That's not smart. The smart way ZipRecruiter. They.
"lou louis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"This weekend. The overtime laws last night Minnesota, but a strong bounceback performance tonight. Is they knock off the Blackhawks six three. Let's bring in Greg. Lynn elian. This game had some twists and turns to it, Greg. But I think the the prevailing story line is going to be hug lightning dominated play in the second period for a team that sometimes gets criticized fairly so for passing shots. They did not pass that many shots in that second period, and it showed dangerous they can be when they're putting that kind of pressure on and getting pucks to the net. No, Dave, I, you know, I don't want to over analyze this too much. I mean, it was pretty simple Tampa Bay was just the better team. We talked about the depth issues. Maybe Chicago had coming in. Both teams are playing the second of a back to back nights. So that's not an excuse. I think Tampa Bay use those legs used the depth to where it out Chicago. When I think you bring up a really good point. And that's what I was gonna say to you was for me the turning point of the game. If you can have such have one in such a game. Like this. The two saves the Deming made late in the first against Patrick. I mean, let's break that down. It's one one Chicago pushing a little bit late. Late in that first. And everybody's going to look at the shots on goal in the second in the goals. And and that's fine. But it was a one one game. And you know, and I know sometimes you get a goal late in a first maybe that carries over into the second. And then we know Tampa Bay dominated in the second Dhabi sleep. But give credit to Louis Dominque. This is a guy. Now, it's what nine three and one is a starter for Tampa Bay. You're picking up points on the road with your backup gold center. He's been fantastic at a really nice weekend for Tampa Bay tapes taking three or four points from two teams that are playing pretty well. I hear what you're saying about the end of the first period. And I do think that maybe lost in how the lightning dominated play. The second was how well Chicago played in the second half of the first because I have to go back and look at the play by play think the lightning rod shooting. The hawks at one point nine two to the app at the start of this game and first period shots, ended seventeen twelve Chicago. So the hawks were booed by a couple of first period power-play chances, and it was on one of those that Cain had that the the better of the two chances. They're both really good. But the one that's going to be the highlight reel. For demanding stacking the pads came on one of those power plays. So they out shot the lightning down the stretch. Let's say fifteen to three the final ten minutes of that first period. And one of those shots was the goal for four ten that got the game tied at one. But that was very important segment of the game. And that's why Lou Louis being my number three. Because when the lightning needed him to come up with huge stops. He did because as much as the hawks have struggled this year defensively, we talked about it at the top. There's still a very dangerous offensive team. We saw that certainly at the end of the first and we saw it at the end of the third period. To is they made a little push there to to try and get back into the game. So tip your cap to Louis demanding it was a game in which you know, he's gonna end up with a. Lied that. Maybe isn't as great as he would like because he was sitting with just the one goal Audi finishes with three goals a lot of thirty six shots. But he definitely had an impact on on. How this game unfolded debut? Keep saying it's and I I agree with you one hundred percent. This is about picking up points as many points as you can't especially early on. And they did that tonight. They got a point yesterday and and going back to Patrick Kane. We're talking about one of the best players at least offensively in the world and Louis Demane came up big so Louis, I've thought outstanding. And now you get set for Colorado on Wednesday, and they're playing well, so it should be a great test. And I'm just gonna add one other point. And that is look I don't think the officials are trying to do anything to help one team over and up. Excuse me. And I heard some of the hawks people complaining about the three power plays the lighting in the second period. But the end of this game was a series of very tough calls that all went against the lightning. So you know, the the the camp goal is the result of the puck hitting the lines made on the dump in which happens in hockey. But you can understand the Louis Dominguez upset about that. Like give the guy a break. I don't understand why they felt so strongly about issuing him a penalty. He he slammed his stick against the post because he was upset with the circumstance. I thought that that penalty denied need to be called there. And that it wasn't the officials. But I still do not understand how the small goal was ruled a goal because he never saw the puck crossed the line sale. The fact that did not come back to close the lighting a point is really important, and it's going to go by the wayside. And we're not gonna talk about it again. But those were a couple of fifty fifty calls. It really went against the whitening four. Fortunately, it didn't hurt them. And so the better team won tonight. The lighting outplayed the hawks they were deserving the two points. Even though they had a couple of a couple of tough calls right at the end of the game. And Tampa Bay had a couple of near misses to Dave. You know, the Andre up was the. Yeah. That we were like, wow. I mean that how did he miss that ended that five even review yet to your point? That was pretty close to going right lately. Crossed the line. Yeah. For sure. So look this was a well deserved two points. They were the better team and you move on. Yep. All right, my friend. We'll talk to you from Denver on Wednesday. Gotta so your postgame with Eric the lighting you'll see where this one is. They knock off the Blackhawks six to three. They now improve in their last fourteen regular season games important distinction because they didn't do as well as this and the Stanley Cup final or the hawks won that series four games too. But going back fourteen games of the regular season series. The lightning are now twelve to and they are five oh into their lives. Seven regular season games here at the United Center in Chicago tonight. They win it. It's setting a franchise record for shots at a period of shots in a game. And then NHL record for shots and a period thirty three in the second. They win it by final of six three. That'll do it for me. Thanks what. Involve tonight's broadcast Bill care Belus alongside me here in Chicago. Also Morgan lash back to the lightning radio network studios for Eric and Greg Llanelli and Kelly Chellios, this is Dave Mishkin sing so long. For chicago. Final score tonight. It was lightning six and the Blackhawks three good out of everybody. Lightening hockey here. USF sports there..
"lou louis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The only one. To say. There's some talk about the my momma is that your favorite sport football to watch. I would say so was pretty good. But football. Slow man is that ADD speed up the game. I will come up with a, you know, instead of saying the national anthem just go in and the home of the Braves there. You gals all you need to? What do you think about the camper next stuff disgrace? There's a reason for that. And a lot of people don't understand it. People say you disrespecting the anthem Cigna hole and for most people don't know the third. That's the most vulnerable about it's about covering over slaves and working and killing slaves. So that's not to read the whole thing. It has nothing to do with disrespecting Americans. Need a history lesson some people need to learn learn a lot because he's like this thing that's going on in America with the ladies back with me to lay couldn't even get back in the day. Cosby was starting rape. And all of that stuff. Like that. The laws of against the ladies. I'm glad to late into speaking out. Do you think this like me to know what we're saying us to see what you think you've gone through? We've been going through to. I'm a black man. I have never lived one day of my life enough Tensing up when I say policeman that'll be on the freeway and the plume Amazon side of the road. Yeah happening. So this has nothing to do with the national anthem has nothing to do. That's my the players come from the right place. I think people need to understand that. Unfortunately, when you're when you're working for the NFL, the NFL can say, look, we don't want you to do that. Because we think it's certain agree or disagree. That's the way you can disagree with that. I I I don't have a problem with them kneeling. It's not something. I would do. But I don't have a problem with them doing it. But I understand where you're coming from. No question. Do you think Lou Louis C K? Are you surprised that he's up there? You know, doing stand up again after what went down with him. I don't know. I just think when you love you have a passion for what you've wanted to do. And he has a lot to do nothing. He knows how to do nothing else. And I don't know what's going to happen with that apologise. Maybe should have waited. I thought I thought that was long enough to ease back into to the comedy clubs and just eased back to me. Can you imagine what is wrong? Just like you famous guy. Very good at what he does just like you. Are you surprised that just some of the things that some of these comedians are entertainers have done or actors surprise, if you think about it when they came down every man in America's what's his name? The finds are refined Harvey Weinstein happen every man in America dot back. There's something I've done what about done way back in the back. Because when the little head starts thinking for the big things that you've done that. You just think you can't think I'm no, I'm done something bad. And you know, and you're getting a sexual moment in come on what to do. And then maybe the I can't even say what I wanna say..
"lou louis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Hanging out here in studio. Once again, come hang out with with me tonight at Elmer's, we're just talking during the break about wonderful places to go get some burgers, and we're we're gonna come back to that. Because I think burgers might be my favorite food on this planet. It really might be now asking you shall receive. So what news that you get Jericho from rose? Let's hear what's going on with Lazaros. Sorry, my Microsoft someone said that they did shut down for a little bit like four days because there was a minor. Correct. But they're fun at their final. And that's good. That's good news for me. Well, we have a caller was talk about Massaro's and their squid pasta because they'd make homemade pasta, which is to die for high lobster. Let's go to Lou Louis flavor of Tampa Bay. What's up, brother? Yeah. Just like an hour ago. It's always it's always packed. We look I'll tell you. What I got the swimming cross. The only other time I've had them down in south beach at a restaurant on the beach there. That's the only place I could find it around town. They'll make it up tonight with some trim mussels, clams like garlic butter wine sauce. Should we be? What are you? What are you putting your sauce? Are you some white cooking wine? Butter carseat. I'll tell you. Saute everything and do it. You had you had me a garlic. Thank you, Lou. We apprec. We appreciate your brother also oil by our blowing a big bottle. Garlic is a quarterly full. Then you go, man. Thank you, brother. We appreciate it. Maybe sesame oil and a little some, you know, some. We're talking about your culinary background. Tell me tell me a little bit about your culinary background. Absolutely. Let's see I got into culinary arts. When I was about sixteen years old. I come from an Italian family. Lots of cooking going on all the time. And I started at the Beekman arms, which is it's actually the oldest in in America in rhinebeck, New York. It's about an hour and fifteen minutes north of Manhattan. Okay. And that was ran by Larry Forgione who essentially is known as the godfather of American cuisine. He's a good kid from the neighborhood. He's a very good kid from the absolutely sounds that way. Yeah. He's good. He's I mean James beard award winning a very very knowledge of winning. Yes. Yes. Very knowledgeable. Chef does tapa have any. I think Michael Meena might be the only one from locale. But does he have a restaurant? In Tampa OEM. Look how locale up top the one JR work style guy works here at the station. What's the name? It's a farm kitchen table or something. Okay. So, but Michael meet I know did win a James beard. You might be one other Nelson some strong nominations as well. Yeah. There's definitely some some good talent here. And so, you know, I worked my way up the ranks there. All through high school. Learned a lot is from a from scratch kitchen for sure. And then when I graduated I worked a little bit around the city, and then attended the culinary suit of America and New York. Less. Got my associates degree in culinary arts air and went away to apprentice at the Ritz Carlton in Naples, which at the time was under the supervision or two certified master, chefs Johnstone and McFadden. And that's really where I developed a lot of my skill attention to detail sense of urgency. You know, I got to really really hone some of the skills that I had learned in culinary school. And at the beacon arms, you style. Yeah. I think I do have a style. I like to do everything if it involves food. It's for me. I'm obsessed with ingredients as about the different reasons that the ingredients come from. And you know, there's always culture associated with those ingredients in regions. And I really think that's a big part of it for me. So my style is everything I was raised in the Hudson valley, which is like the agricultural epicenter serves New York City their produce. Okay. So. Fresh all the time. My style is really like American Hudson valley Mediterranean. I just love food too. By the way that voices from whole body fuel. Brian Adama o of you guys need, you broke it down nicely. The back in his car. It's the fresh healthy chef made meal prep. Right. Beautiful. Like some of the like, I said I had probably had five or so of your meals that they they're all good in their own, right? It just didn't seem like some of the other companies that just seems like they're just putting food up. Right. You see there's there's a difference. Yeah. And I think and look I would never disparage and other competent. Yeah. I think that you know, a lot of times not all the time. But maybe ninety nine percent of the time that these companies are in separated by fitness enthusiasts that can make a decent Potter rice. Okay. Okay. My company is in separated by real shafts with real pedigree that they are also fitness enthusiast. Poets important you now, so we speak food. The people that are in my company on the logistic side and on the food side. They've dedicated their lives to whole body fuel realistically, I think I told you the other day, you know, my good friend Bubba. When times we're getting tough. I pay he pushed the money back and say now get me later when you can you know what I mean and an intern. I have I have tried to instill all my culinary knowledge and him, and he and he he loves it. So he's an extension of you throw it out. He can throw soda can throw. You know for for all the to all the time. Bubbas dad was the man that was in the kitchen and now bubbas like, hey, dad move over. And he said, oh, I didn't know you are gourmet chef. Yeah. I love it gets down. He's he's very very loving guy. Literally, we got some time that we spent some time at flavor of Tampa Bay over there the other day, and I'd like to find a way to get your product in your for a hub for a hub for people who go get their meal preps in because there's so many healthy people in the south Tampa area and just have somewhere, you know, you can go in and get that meal would be wonderful, absolutely Wetli. Look, we're going to get our meals are protein doughnuts in there. Your place is awesome. Thank you. Thank you. What you've Mr.. Now every time. I walk you. I feel good is a good field to it's phenomenal. You just can't wait to go back. It feels good. Well, let's see. That's when people walk in. They use it. They they they stop and they look around and they go hell, yeah. Okay. Okay. It's off. Very well. Thank you. It's a wake you can watch a football game. I'm ready. We get the food fired up ready to go. I want to introduce you to my people from from Buckhead meats, like I I sat down with the Cisco people the other day. They sell they sell every thing. Now where duck had me look at meets Auburndale Auburndale, my assisted the myself. Melanie, we drove over there. About an hour. We went to their plant where they butchering all the meat and stuff, and you go it's like thirty degrees and put the smock on and everything. But it was a great experience. See all that stuff going on said, they sent you a homeless some goodies. Yes. And I mean, I have friends their status have some different stuff stuff. Like, they have smoked beef. Love that comes in Raleigh comes in a role. Yes. Role smoked ground beef. They got pork cheeks big as my hand like those. When you sufi some pork cheeks. So gosh, darn good. Now their farm in in Florida is that where they're sourcing. Of the I can answer that question. I'm I'm I'm not quite sure. But I don't get you in touch with them. Because like somebody who loves food like yourself for share. We'll show you lamb ribs, and some different things like that pork wings. Very few people have high pork wings. You're one of the few people. Love little mini, so good. So phenomenal. Actually, the oaken stone in Brandon's the only place I've had poor stone. Oak install you'll have to check on the got some great sour Bieler big sour beer. Now. We were talking about burgers during the break, burgers pizza, burgers, my favorite food. Great burglary. Can't go wrong. Now, where's your go? Gimmie three go to burger spots. Sure. In the bay area. I can definitely do that. I think one of them would definitely not not in any sort of order three off the top of my head. One of them would definitely be mad dogs. Englishman, which is right by my house. Not had the burger if that will happen soon. You gotta order it with a saga. I also put some Cada with bacon and cheddar. Why wouldn't you amazed? So number two. I really enjoy the steak burger jail zander's that is phenomenal burger. And I you know, I've always been a fan of five guys. I really like five guys man is do I have fries are so good. Being from Montreal their fries are like our fries of Montreal in the bag. You know, a little moist crispy right greasy a little bit. All the ball. Roberts meets on Manhattan. Roberts is on again. It's right. It's raining. It's a half a mile from our headquarters. Okay. It's on it's on the far west shore. Gotcha west short Roberts meets been like I used to live at the cove. Okay. Apartments in one thousand nine hundred dollars a rookie with the bucks. Okay. So I looked at the cold. And then I lived at cupboards hours for twenty years. So I went up and down west shore all day long talk about climbing a ladder. No doubt. So. Yeah. Right. And the Roberts meets fantastic. When you talk about a chain square. One burger puts out a really really good burger. I agree. They really really do. Mike sleeper is going to be rou- REU has a smoked burger about this. And I like Suzanne Perry who who owns ruin owns stats and owns DOE. I wanted to rule. Yes. She actually owns Dr barbecues. Well, which is opening real soon. What I hear? I cannot wait line. So I was eating this burger. And while I was eating I texted. I said where did you get this button? I don't know what they did to this button. It was so moist it almost like it wasn't cooked. It was so more. And it was just a burger. It's a I'm getting see you really know about food, and I. That look like I don't while. The other thing is like you said before about Montreal. I mean that is a food city and fries. I know you've got to just love boutique. Well, it's. Brown gravy and cheese. Kurtz, why wouldn't you like that? What part of what part of I remember when I went away to summer camp in Canada one summer, and it was called camp will kin and on my way back. So I was living with a Canadian family, and they were super cool. And they're like we're going to go to a place called Saint Hubert's. Have you ever heard of saying, you're kidding me? Best gravy. Gravies you combine that gravy anyways? Life change is the chicken is so good. Four hour south like my hometown. I'm like, yo everybody. Learn about. We know what's happening. And that wrote did you have the rotisserie chicken. That's like they have the best fire rotisserie chicken. Now when I was in Montreal I didn't have any money. Okay. So it's not like, I was you know, hip to the culinary world. Hamburgers and French fries and stuff. And when we when we get the truck going hamburgers and hot dogs are gonna be a staple of the truck. Sweet. Okay. And what I did was I just I got some Buckhead Buckhead Franks that they gave me, and I just put them on the lead them, and I finished them on egg mind-blowing, Lee good. And then I'm thinking, I might have to steam the button. The hot dog. But yes, that's the button. Me that's is important. Chicago has a good hotdog. Chicago was a good. Actually, I got on. Ray Ray city editor Chicago dog eagles. But input pickles living in Chicago. Don Ray, you're right. You're listening to them. Come on. Now, you you get away with that knows about food. And you know, I was doing a little bit of research does about food like he gets paid right? Like big green egg spokesperson big green egg. He gets paid. And they fly him all over the country to food festival. So I was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty three I'm reading his bio today. Nineteen eighty two is I read competition. I'm like I can't wake up saying. I just wanna learn guy..
"lou louis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You dot com. No. I story that came up in my family. My wife is sitting here. And I got married. And my brother. Let me make the story here. My father died. He was forty two is a good person. And my mother died of fifty five. But when my father died. We didn't have much money. I had to go out and work became a diamond credit, but put money in. But here we go here to make the point as quickly as possible. What I didn't know. Is it when my father died? My mother. Turn to me. Like, I was a husband. A man from what I didn't know is that my nine year old. See I was about twelve thirteen. He started to be. Jealous. Tell us. He is dangerous. And so as I grew up. Help my my brother. Two. To a good education. I took him to South Africa Witwatersrand university. I did my diamond cutting their made a living saw things we're gonna explode in South Africa and did. But doing it time I paid for his food. I paid for his going to college. And when I came back to America. I came back to England I came to America. And and it went on from there he came with. So I gave him an education fed him. No. Which my my wife didn't really say. But while I was not. President when they were present together he would show how hateful he was to me. But didn't show it to me. He talk about me to my wife and that upset her. Here comes the interesting thing. My wife is a good woman. My wife is. Beautiful child broken at home. This is story. Contest to that. A long story about her childhood. I've been married sixty four years now, and she's being just beginning to recover because it was so serious. If you were told me Lou Louis his name. He's. He talked about me to her as if opposite animal. And he'd he drove her and she never said much about it. She just got upset. Come today, slowly. But surely when she got upset. We come all. She did was get upset and the moment. She started to get upset with my brother. My brother got inside her. And she didn't know he was there. My brother died just recently from what? He mumbled in MAMBO MAMBO the mumbled until he was eighty two eighty three. To his son. Please don't let ROY no. He died. I am. He couldn't stop once. He started. But what was worse? He. And and got upset course, she loves me. But but she didn't understand what she was sensitive to people who cruel. Jealous. And so he was jealous jealous. A under thirty was jealous. All right because he felt more important when he is being jealous. Basically putting me down. But what happened to her? Is the story. You got worse and worse and worse. But you never say anything about it. And just recently. We realize on top of all the problems. She's had was hurt. Father who? Messed around with three or four, women, etc. Etc. And all the rest of it that most of you do with your own family as I started in the program today. She sitting behind me right now. And she she got imprinted imprinted the extension of my brother is in her. And she doesn't understand it. She can't see it. Let me explain to you one more thing to make it. Nice and clear. How did I get married? I know my wife is she going to stop me. If if if if I'm saying too, much stopped me. She's.
"lou louis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Continuing to build up foundation for conservative victory now back to the Sean Hannity show a lot has now, come up in recent days as Facebook and YouTube are banning Alex. Jones and a, couple, of things that are in play here one people, saying well it's a. Violation of first amendment rights and well it's they actually do it's it's not really a first amendment issue, in the sense that as long as it's not government censoring these are. Companies and companies make, decisions that they don't, like the, content but the question is what's going to happen you, know who gets to make these decisions who gets the decide Twitter, CEO Jack Dorsey made a decision not to ban Alex Jones but then the issue of Louis Farrakhan. Comes up and that was brought up immediately. After Alex Jones and then YouTube only band part of Lou Louis Farrakhan not other parts. Of, Louis Farrakhan and I think what you've got here. Very complicated issue, than the, issue of, shadow banning or stealth banning or go spanning or comment ghosting is what. It's an act basically that some companies. Have used to block a user in their content from the online communities such that, they might have put it up there but there's no way anybody. Could either see, it, or spread it because of the algorithms that these, guys are able to. Put in place it raises a whole host of issues here my prediction is is that if certain people, are banned and listen if you're on any social media you know how. Violet can get and, I'll just speak for, myself and, my experience the things that have been said the pictures, that have been made up the vile vicious threats that I have, received are all there I I tend to be myself a first amendment absolutist in other words I. Think for example on television on radio on An on social media we all make decisions about the, content that we choose to engage it in other words you are the final arbiter and of these companies, are going to decide will. This person stays in this person goes and maybe they have one political bend over another political then bent I would imagine over some period of time that there's going to be. Alternative competitors that allow everybody to say pretty much anything they want now it gets more complicated what if somebody is giving out instructions like. Years ago the Anarchist's cookbook was a big. Controversy what if, your teaching people how to build bombs to her, people what do you do in, cases if if people are making, direct threats what do you do with people that, are just plain absolute hate racists, bigots antisemites what are you doing that case where, does the line get drawn it's not the simple. Is, not as simple when you really want to have. An honest discussion, about it, as it, may seem on the surface Anyway it's his first and. I think is going to be his only interview Jack Dorsey is the CEO of Twitter I, really appreciate you coming on because I'm sure this is probably the last. Thing you want, to do is come on my radio program but I appreciate you coming on and answering the questions you have decided not to ban Alex Jones in his particular case your argument was. He hasn't violated your rules but I think this is far more complicated than I think some people might understand are you well thank you Sean for the first for. The opportunity to talk with your listeners? And also ending, a picture of the complexities that were. Facing this is definitely not easy but we're we're trying to approach? This with a very simple principles? How do we earn more trust and, the way for us to earn more trust around how we, make, decisions, the algorithms. Help us enforce decisions is trying? To be as open as possible? About them. We haven't done a great job at that in the past we're trying to communicate a lot more in a queer in Shreveport way But there's a. Lot a lot of nuance in everything. That we're facing and we want to make sure that where have you not done a good job Jack what do you think you've you've, fallen short in terms of this particular issue well I. Think the I think the first thing is. We you know in, the past we did not communicate why we. Would take action on tweets or why we might suspend temporarily or permanently we want. To communicate? That, those reasons to the person who was suspended or or tweets in question and also the reporters so simple communication within the product but more. Broadly we haven't done a, great job, at communicating our principles the the you know the guidelines. That help us make the decisions in the first place so we're getting better and better step by step we, have a lot more work to do there let me ask about specific questions has Twitter. Ever been involved in shadow banning we do not shut Oban. According to political ideology or viewpoint or content period we read every model That we have on the network is, really? Looking at the behaviors on the network we take those behaviors and signals and? I, do want to point out that these signals of all, minute like, minute by minute, hourly hourly he's not scarlet hermit letters people then take on as a badge and we'll never be ranked. High in church or not allowed to trend or rank in conversation so either models that are looking, at behaviors and behaviors, of bad faith actors who intend. To manipulate distract, divide a conversation or two unfairly amplify their content which, they didn't, earn so, those are those signals that factor in and and we do rank. Search we do rank trends and we do rank. Conversations accordingly that does not affect one's time line. If you follow someone on Twitter. You're going to see them in your timeline? Now we do rank the time line for relevance so it might take some. Scrolling to see everything Turn that ranking often the settings so you can see everything in recent. Order what about an I think this might be something everybody agrees on let's start with people. That are calling for some type, of violence of any kind or threatening violence. Against an individual I think that would probably be, an easy we're not going to allow that right Yes that is. Much easier any sort of violent. Speech encouragement towards violence harassment is directly against their terms of service, and we take immediate action on it what if somebody now it gets more nuanced I wish somebody. Would just punch Hannity in the face what do you do then well we have to, in in all these considerations, not to get into specifics we have to take the context. We have to really understand what the context of the conversation, is and this is extremely hard for an hour them do and certainly hard for for humans to do so we make sure that all our folks understand the cultural context of something it's said I becomes some cultural context allow person speech that enabled. Some other cultural cultural context don't so as. We review cases, of reports or blocks or mutes we have to. Make sure that we're taking into consideration that context and then acting acting appropriately and doing so with with warnings with. Notices with a temporary lock of the account. Into that tweet is reviewed or or Deleted and ideally. Giving, them the exact reasons. Why violates have enough people that would be able to monitor and handle that that you, won't miss threats we'll certainly miss things. We're going to make mistakes along the way? That's why it's important for us to make sure that. We have I think it's? More, complicated and everybody knows it now what do you do in the case. Of a figure that is known. Either oh a white racist or supremacist or k. k. k. member, or maybe on the other end of the spectrum you've got Louis Farrakhan known anti Semite racist what. Do you do when they set up an account is it that you your monitor them, and if if it's a certain video that they're linking to if it's a certain article. That has racist ramblings in it then it becomes a little, again it becomes a little more nuanced sometimes or maybe somebody is an overt racist and they used horrible language and then maybe somebody is more subtle and they use code language that is racist it's in that sense You know it. Becomes harder does it does it not it does become it does become harder but so we rely on a bunch of signals including reports from those who that account my attack. Or from bystanders and. Then we also take into consideration again the. Context of everything that's happening around some of the groups that you. Mentioned earlier on there might be a violent extremist. Groups, have tried to get onto our service and we take that into consideration we? Also, look in those particular cases at all platform behavior as well so things aren't just happening on Twitter for, happening on other platforms or in the, real. World all right well at Jack by the way if? You ever want to write the CEO? Of Twitter and I know you're try to respond to many, people because I've senior account we'll come back I want to, discuss the slippery slope aspect of. This if it's political content or controversial content and how do you make decisions, on those things listen I..
"lou louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Cable news time is five forty standing by its news four chief meteorologist steve templeton with a look at the holiday forecast but i want to get home on this monday afternoon so here is maria kina and roger brandon a steeple traffic center traffic reports the service of the associated press eastbound to seventy still a little bit of a backup around lindbergh northbound lindbergh from two seventy up through almost patterson just kind of heavy duty on earlier problem northbound one seventieth slow from seventy two airport road southbound one seventy that's more stop and go fashioned from down to sixty four westbound seventy near west floors and in the city just passed abroad weather's looks like either a stall or an accident so traffic's backed up through adelaide almost a grant westbound sixty four boil the mccaw slums jam it still heavy backup from courts and down into the valley globeop boone's crossing looks like we have an incident there as well southbound case stole a little bit of a delay coming down to carter's grove due to that earlier accident in the area there what about the other delays maria an accident westbound route m at caitlyn or catlin road westbound forty four before lou louis it looks like you've got a stall on the right shoulder there eastbound forty four year heavy west to the merrimack two to seventy southbound seventy it's heavy from forty two north of grab that's all that earlier accident at the gravelly exit it's on the right shoulder still one disabled vehicle there and onto dougherty ferry watch out for a stall it's on the right shoulder a disabled tanker truck that's on the exit ramp to teflon very mode that's on the scene there but that's fine things up southbound fifty five south of sixty seven thanks to our kamloops meter called in and said the barricades are being removed in that area so that could mean his direction is wrapped up or just could mean that the wrapping it up for the holiday to westbound forty four you're heavy right now from grand king's highway and then before south west to jameson house downtown look roger eastbound sixty four does a little bit of a backup coming through the inner belt and then downtown it's just about union station to the poplar street grids will not all that bad there the newest podcast from the.
Asia, Germany and Solly Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Business app and john on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash and i'm karen moskow panic over political turmoil in italy appears to be easing italian bonds are rebounding along with us futures and european equities meanwhile in asia stocks fell below a key technical support level and today's session with a renewal of u s china trade tensions sapping investor sentiment bloomberg juliet sally has more from our singapore bureau karen the asia pacific index dropped below it's two hundred day moving average for the first time in almost two years financial stokes led the region lower on concerns over exposure to italian dish stokes in shanghai sit for their worst run of losses since twenty thirteen just two days before joining msci's global benchmarks stokes in malaysia had their biggest drop intraday since two thousand eight in tokyo the topic's not an eight session of losses its longest losing streak since july twenty twelve in hong kong ten cent fell below four hundred hong kong dollars a share as this tech stocks stops to lose it so lou louis to mainland buys they've dumped around eighty one million dollars worth of the stoke over the past four nash in singapore juliette solly bloomberg daybreak juliette thank you and right now i shouldn't p futures are up seven and a half points dow futures up seventy four nasdaq futures up fourteen the dax in germany is up two tenths percent ten year treasury down fourteen thirty seconds yield two point eight.
"lou louis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Draft but there's starting quarterback right the starting cornerback safety some of the free a lineman millie jackson before he made himself a truck full of money will me jackson was draft like cherry creek words pay manning was manual sanders was a free agent i don't know i don't know the rostrum try i think it was a good mix is like the the ninety super bowls that broncos one man it was a great mix of free agents and draft picks yet guys like zimmerman come in here neil smith i mean but then yet draft picks like ma a town of vassar that contributed like alfred williams of free agent like they did was mccaffrey but then rod smith on the other side right and and the best teams are balancing their approach but i hear i have the the roster up and i will throw out these names who are all free agent pickups for john elway that were on that super bowl fifty team demarcus ware tj ward lou louis vasquez keep to leave darian stewart emmanuel sanders who else we got here tyler palumbo this did would he was laid yet i mean he played quite a bit in who else is i'm scrolling through here on the andre caldwell the point is that there are some guys in their derek wolfe me jackson von miller to be sure.
"lou louis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Eleven if you've been paying attention to the olympics you know that us men's curling team competes for the gold medal saturday i bet fisher reports curling clubs and michigan are seeing a spike in interest looks like with curling clubs in lansing bid lend detroit any cow you met the president of the copper country curling club in cal you met in the up gary last salah says they usually see more people interested in the sport when the olympics are being held and anyone can play i would put it on cardamone level with boeing that you don't have to be a super in shape our fleet you have to be unsure but if it's kind look looking every man like as well as golf looking everyman's sport curling's a sport on the ice where you're sliding 42 pound stones down the ice into a target trying to get the stones closer to the center than the other team sms baths fisher w w j newsradio nine fifty real if you're a in the mood for a little baseball it's a quick getaway packed with sunshine down to lake glenn florida where the tigers have opened a springseason ball travel expert gene torn a tour says fans will find deals on ticket according to data from a picket however did it pete the price it for their preseason games are actually down the here in terms of what fans are paying their paying on average forty five dollars to see game the creepy them which is down almost twelve percent compared to last year some games are more than others torn a tour says the hottest games for the tigers will be between the new york yankees at joe comartin stadium and steinbrenner field and tampa which is less than an hour away we have an update us small update to a story we told you about earlier on w w j now we're learning in hammond lou louis ziana officials at eastern louisiana university say to people of an injured in an on campus shooting were working net story we'll have more.
"lou louis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This fund raising effort ksfo war show continues though with brian says slow well evacuation orders are coming to an end in many quarters and the damage is being assessed santa rosa low close to four thousand homes we've got forty lives lost still a lot of people missing but if there is any good news is the fact there's some rain moving in probably for thursday and friday especially for the north peso that's a good thing we'll keep you posted here on ksfo we welcome your calls for one five eight zero wait fifty six hundred that's the number let's see here this is this is one of reading this is an editorial at the washington times this morning spent two weeks of course since kasese monday's a bit horrendous on this in this area i mean we're the fires last monday breaking out it was a it was a fluid situation breaking as we were speaking credible and that the monday before that we had to las vegas shooting which we were just learning about but that's been two weeks since that said that gunman powered up his piles of firearms at the mandalay bay hotel and took aim at the crowd you know these concert goers so he began firing at the masses he killed fifty eight he injured hundreds and here's what we know very little there's nothing clear on the motive right nothing clearing the motive accept this isis has claimed responsibility no one wants to talk about that of course they also say the gunman converted to islam six months ago nobody was talk about that let's that's basically the only thing we have in terms of his motive it no one wants to talk about it nothing clear on this guy except that we know he was wealthy and it no one's really sure even where he made his money other than maybe real estate investing or maybe gambling sixty four years old we also know this about of his dad was a criminal we note so we know so little about this guy right we know that he was a gambler he was sixty four his dad was a criminal we had a girl for it mary lou louis we know nothing about her this is all a mystery an uncomforably long mystery i might add and so as a result of that.
"lou louis" Discussed on The Incomparable
"Okay steve what's your second pick oh man i gotta make a snap pick here because i got to sitting right on the top of my listeners want to pick them both but i can't okay this one i'm going to pick the start of the first dark ages after walt's death which is coincidently also my favorite period of disney and and that's the jungle book nice which is one of those romps i was talking about earlier although it has a little more going on story wise than some of the later ones that are more episodic main reason that i love this so much is because like your daughter i used to fall asleep to the vinyl 45 in songs of jungle book every night not if not a 45 but a the album fortyfive would've been a very short yet for some of you in the panel that's like a big cdu turnover halfway through its final is something we they used to have collection you don't need to make fun of me now anyway i i like the movie i love the voice work has follow harry sterling holloway and virna felton collected in one film which they're the sound of disney to me those lou louis prematurely premise great too but i think he's only in this one fell sterling holloway as car which is a little like when he the pu singing to asleep so we can each you is correct and i love also the the great exotica score by george bronze which sounds like a lost less baxter album i absolutely love the score this for them and it's just a heck of a lot of fun i think if i were to be in a disney song draft that might happen at some point i would have to probably put i wanna be like you and may be bare necessities very near the top of my list of all disney songs.