37 Burst results for "Louis"
Point has 2 goals, assist in Lightning's 5-2 win over Blues
"The Tampa Bay lightning got right to the point scoring three early goals en route to a 5 two victory over the St. Louis blues. Brayden point scored a three 29 of the first period to put the lightning up one nothing, then after Alex killorn's goal scored again at 8 O four to make it three zero Tampa Bay. It's physical early. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to hear about the goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. Coyne also weighed in his system, Brandon Hegel's goal after the blues to close to within three two in the second period. Nicholas Paul scored the other Tampa Bay all as the blues lost for just the second time in 9 games. I'm time Miriam
Fresh update on "louis" discussed on Men In Blazers
"Okay, roger, all of this has just been a precursor to the Netherlands Ecuador game, which I know. I know I can see yes, sir, I can see you're very excited about Ecuador. And the Valencia's mom says. It comes to every show. Netherlands one Ecuador won a really impressive win for lottery, not el tree, rod. They are lottery coming on a good kind of treat. Yeah, I love that tree. I love a lottery. Coming from behind to earn a draw against the favored noodle ons as Derek ray would say, Cody gakpo had put the Iran up one nil in the 6 minute with his second goal of the tournament, but not to be outdone. One of your former flames roger Valencia pulled level on the 49 minutes, both the sides now on four points. They both control their own destiny. Louis van Gogh's charming lost dance continues is Dutch was so strong shell shocking Ecuador, barely touched the ball before Cody gap co latched onto a Davi class touch last the ball home. First goal Ecuador conceded in more than an 11 hours, it was a thumping. Gag pouty united for $1 billion. Credit Ecuador to the blue on the chin came back down both flanks had an equalizer chalked off before half time, but then it Valencia. Something with rebound early in the second half. Guys, this is end of Valencia's world, and we are all witnessed to his grandeur and wonder and his poetry, but the rest of the game, the Dutch really trying to hold on Ecuador just smothered them surging forward with menace and intent. Dark to see Anna Valencia stretchered off with a possible knee injury, but the result officially eliminated guitar. The first
Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein
"I was there. Obviously you know, my ear was not only to the ground. It was below the ground. Both ears. I heard everything back then and Harvey was close to me. I talked to him several days a week. I never heard a rape story. Now, Quentin Tarantino was closer to Harvey. They worked together in tandem. I'm sure he heard something. Let's not forget the fact that Brad Pitt wanted Harvey Weinstein when Harvey made a play for Gwyneth Paltrow or some kind of shit in Brad Pitt, let him know. Even Ben Affleck, let him know, this shit doesn't wash with me. So the stories were out there and guys like Quentin Tarantino would have heard that more than me, but you know, look, I understand, look, you do this to me, you're not gonna get this movie. I never heard actresses talking like that. You know, Quentin said he heard, don't get in the back of a limo with this guy. Courtney Love said something to that effect on the red carpet one day. But it's funny. My girlfriend, the girlfriend, will tell me, no, no, I even heard that stuff, and I wasn't even there, but I heard it. And I'm like, I don't know what to tell you. I didn't hear it, and I was a gossip columnist. I'm not lying to you. I heard the hobby was a bully. I heard he got things done. I assumed he got laid like every other studio had got late since Louis V mayor. But, you know, bathrobe, raping, injecting drugs into his penis to get hard. No, I never heard any of that stuff. Or else, I would have done what Quentin Tarantino said he would have done. Like I did for Harvey when I found out he was banging some girl in England and, you know, cheating on his first wife. I would have said, hey, boss. Because there was no reason not to call him Boston. He wasn't, you know, condemned yet. I was a boss. I don't know what's going on, but here's what I hear. There's a story out there that you're raping chicks. I'm going to put it right in his lap. Not to threaten him that I was going to write the story, but I want to, like I said here, here's this bomb diffusing. It's out there. So, you know, I don't know, but I really think Quentin Tarantino because of his position and because Harvey took him under his wing, Quentin Tarantino can tell you all he wants that he never heard this stuff. I don't believe it. And some people will tell you when did Paltrow's father was a top director. And her mother, Blythe Danner, was a star. But the person who went to Weinstein about his behavior toward her was Brad Pitt. Who was a born fan at the time. So how can people not know about this guy doing that shit? So you know Quentin Tarantino was on the front lines. I think he's full of shit when he talks about this. He's making excuses for why he didn't stand up like a real man and confront Harvey.
Fresh update on "louis" discussed on ESPN FC
"Mario, when gac was scored, you can't have a Dutch of flying here. They're going to go and dominate this game. They really didn't. Oh yeah, I mean, we really thought this was going to, they're going to take control. I think when the game kicked off, it looks really comfortable with Louis van Gogh, where he said for a game that was going to be a tough one. And also you could see it. You know, when it comes to the passion of the way the ecuadorians play, it was just a different level. I mean, the way a dictator they took control of the game were normally holidays very good at it. So we had some plays in the middle of the park that gave us really difficulties. So we had to play like books and book my mind is played in the middle of the park with the young. Cook mine is sometimes just handling the ball that took a little bit too long and that put them on the pressure. But they had mended casserole in the middle of the park where he could do they were some players. But for me, one of the key players, okay, of course, Valencia, you can not
Biden Administration Makes Emergency Appeal on Student Loan Forgiveness
"The Biden administration plans to ask the Supreme Court to reinstate the president's student debt cancellation plan I Norman hall The Justice Department is fighting the gay Biden's plan alive after it was halted by two federal courts in recent weeks It is asked a federal appeals court in New Orleans to suspend a decision striking down Biden's plan and in the same filing it announced it intends to ask the Supreme Court to overturn a St. Louis appeals court that halted the plan The filing warns that Americans will face financial strain if the plan remains stalled in court when lone payments are scheduled to restart in January almost 26 million people already have applied for the relief with 16 million of route Norman hall Washington
Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed
"Stock started the day in a sour note after indications the Federal Reserve may need to raise interest rates much higher than had been expected The fed has been raising rates aggressively trying to tame inflation by applying the brakes to the economy and now James bullard who leads the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis is suggesting its short term rate may have to go as high as 5 6 or 7% to really put a dent in these stubborn inflationary conditions The fed has already raised the rate to around 4% economic reports are showing inflation starting to ease somewhat but consumer spending and a very strong jobs market are keeping it hot The fed is likely to get more aggressive making borrowing more costly and further heightening the risk of recession I'm Jackie Quinn
O'Reilly, Kyrou help Blues beat Blackhawks 5-2
"5 different goal scorers for the St. Louis blues who defeated the black hawks 5 to two for their fourth straight win Jordan Cairo Ryan O'Reilly Kelly rose and Tyler pitlick in Ivan barbershop lit the lamp for the surging blues Who played with the heart out there You know we really for fighting to get the wins and so it's been going on and the guys that are feeling really good about themselves It has been a roller coaster for the blues who won their first three games then lost 8 in a row and now have won their last four David Shuster Chicago
A Suburb of St Louis Overwhelming Rejects Drag Queen Story Hour
"Suburban St. Louis voters reject drag shows at libraries in schools by a 40 point margin. That's fascinating. Voters in a Republican leaning Illinois suburb of St. Louis. Oh, 'cause I never thought of that. Illinois southern Illinois touches St. Louis? It doesn't touch St. Louis, but but I mean, it's a suburb of it. Yeah, that's what I meant. Yeah. Oh my God. That is not in my brain that Illinois and Missouri border each other, or nearly border. Maybe separated by water. It's in your that's, I always look at you for anything Illinois related. You went to the University of Illinois, which urbana? Yeah. What's the if you T the most prestigious Austin? Is there a most prestigious University of Illinois branch? Which urbana? I don't know what do you think? One day you have such a swelled head. I never understood why. It's because you went to the prestigious branch of University of Illinois.
Saad, Binnington help Blues hold off Avalanche 3-2
"Robert Thomas scored one goal and assisted on another as St. Louis held off the avalanche three two After the game all he could do was rave over how goaltender Jordan Bennington and three teammates preserved the win even though the avalanche pulled their goalie to gain a 6 on three advantage over the final 57 seconds Can't give enough credit to those three guys out there and better I mean they did an amazing job keeping their chances to kind of the outside and better made some huge saves So I mean what a way to close it The blues have won three straight while Colorado saw its four game win streak come to a close Bruce Morton Denver
Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan
"There's been another legal setback for President Biden's plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers A three judge panel with the 8th circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to keep in place a preliminary injunction that blocks the loan forgiveness program while the appeal process continues in court This comes just days after a federal judge in Texas also blocked the program saying it couldn't be done without congressional authority One of the plaintiffs Nebraska's Republican attorney general says this latest ruling recognizes that the attempt to forgive more than $400 billion in student loan debt threatens serious harm to the economy the Biden administration appealed the Texas court ruling and is expected to appeal this new one from a St. Louis court as well Jackie Quinn
Bergeron leads Bruins to 3-1 win over slumping Blues
"The Boston Bruins went a perfect two for two on the power play and defeated the St. Louis blues three to one at TD garden The scoring started in the first just 17 seconds into the first power play when Jake de brusque scored his 5th goal of the season The blues tied it in the second on breedon Shen's third of the year but the bruins answered back with two in the third the first one coming on the power play by Patrice bergeron and the second by Trent Frederick with just three 32 left with the win the bruins remain undefeated with a 9 zero zero record when scoring the first goal of the game Break it Boston
Lee, Nelson lead surging Islanders to 5-2 win over Blues
"The islanders net four unanswered second period goals and beat the blues 5 to two New York wins their 5th in a row St. Louis has dropped 6 straight The second period goals are scored by cow pal Mary Brock Nelson Josh Bailey and Anders Lee Regardless of what's going on over there that's a great that's a great hockey team And they're going to figure it out and they're going to they're going to have a great season It's just a stretch for them And so we knew they were coming and becoming hard And they always doing this building is a tough place to play Vladimir Cinco and Robert Thomas score for the blues Ilya siroc and wins in Jordan Bennington takes the loss Mike Reeves St. Louis
Brazil's Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro
"Brazilians have delivered a slim margin of victory to leftist former president Louis and asio Lula da Silva in a divisive presidential election Proud celebrated in the streets São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Sunday Night after voters reelected Louis initio Lula da Silva as president for a third time It's a stunning comeback for a candidate who is at one time in prison for corruption Lula support a Carina palacio told the AP the wind was not so much about supporting Lula's leftist party as a rejection of far right incumbent yair Bolsonaro This is a relief at least we won't have a genocidal militia man ruling the country Bolsonaro's campaign made repeated claims of election manipulation before the vote in a victory speech to Silva said his win was a victory for the Brazilian people This isn't a victory of mine or the Workers Party nor the parties that supported me in campaign It's the victory of a democratic movement I'm Jennifer King
Josi's goal, 2 assists lead Predators past Blues 6-2
"The national predators earned an impressive 6 to two victory over their central division rival the St. Louis blues The usual suspects got involved for Nashville as they got three points from captain Roman yossi three assists for Matt duchene and three helpers out of Philip forsberg in just their third games of the season line irregulars Michael mccarran and Zach Sanford each found the back of the net Sanford says it's always nicer when you score against your former team It's good it's obviously it's always feels good to score and get a win but you can do it against guys who used to play with it's a little sweeter The blues fall to three three and O while Nashville improves a three four one Jeremy kover Nashville
FBI background check blocked gun sale to St. Louis shooter
"An FBI background check blocked a gun cell to the St. Louis school shooter Please say the 19 year old gunman who shot and killed two people at a St. Louis high school purchased the AR-15 style rifle from a private seller after an FBI background check stopped him from buying a weapon from a licensed dealer Police say that Orlando Harris tried to buy a firearm on October 8th Harris then bought the rifle used in the shooting from a private seller who had purchased it legally in 2020 Police say Harris mother called police on the evening of October 15th after she found a gun and wanted it removed the statement said someone known to the family was contacted and took possession of the gun somehow Harris got the gun back held that happened is under investigation I'm Lisa dwyer
Nugent-Hopkins leads Oilers to 3-1 win over Blues
"Ryan nugent Hopkins scores with 6 minute 16 seconds left in the third period to step a one one tie and lead the oilers to a three to one win over the blues the goal was the 200th of nugent Hopkins career It was a hard fought game The whole way through Obviously just happy to get the go ahead there and then we shut it down and got that cushion But it also gets goals from yes a pooley arbe and an empty netter from Zach Hyman the lone St. Louis gold comes from Ryan O'Reilly Stuart skinner stops 37 shots to win in net Jordan Bennington suffers the loss I'm Mike Reeves
School gunman had AR-15-style weapon, 600 rounds of ammo
"The 19 year old who killed two people and wounded 7 others in a high school shooting in St. Louis may have offered an explanation for Monday's shooting St. Louis police commissioner Michael sack says Orlando Harris left behind a handwritten note He wrote quote I don't have any friends I don't have any family I've never had a girlfriend I've never had a social life I've been in isolated loner my entire life This was the perfect storm for a mask shooter Sex is Harris was armed with an AR-15 style rifle and what appeared to be more than 600 rounds of ammunition He says Harris had ammunition strapped to his chest and in a bag and that additional magazines were found dumped on stairwells I am Donna water
Update on St. Louis High School Shooting
"Some updates about the shooter, the article that I read was a little dated. There are some updates. So the 19 year old was identified. I'm not going to say his name. I hope he rests in, you know what? You know, back in the day we say rest and it started with a pee, but it's not peace. It sound like peace. Anyway, you know what I'm talking about. Rest in, you know what? Because and I don't feel sorry for him. I really don't. I mean, I'm a lead up to God to feel sorry for him. I'm glad he's dead. Going in there and killing and shooting people like that. I hope they come and kill you. Can I be honest? You know, I was, I mean, I say not crazy and give me fire. But I don't have mercy for people like this. And maybe because I was a cop, I know how to turn the switch in a switch get turned and you go and kill mode. If I was responding to this call, I would be eagerly anticipating showing up on a scene in eliminating this person as a threat. Nobody should have to be in fear with a gun yielding individual that's hell bent on killing people for no reason. No one should live in that type of fear. And no one deserves to put people in that fear. And that's what a good guys come in because they put you out of your misery, so everybody else can be peaceful. Because you two stupid to act like you got sins.
Three Killed at St. Louis High School, Officers Kill Suspect
"Earlier this morning, I believe it was earlier this morning. We had three killed in the St. Louis high school by a person who decide to be an active shooter. There's not a lot of information probably because it's a young person under age. The chief of St. Louis came out and made a statement said to the school was locked down, which bought time for school security officers to react. If you look at the article title and this is even a Fox News article title, it says, at least three were killed in St. Louis high school shooting suspect kielbasa security. I think that's a poor usage of the word. Is it security or is it police officers? Because according to the chief, it says about time for school, security, officers to react. Now, I don't know if he's talking about school resource officers. I don't know if he's talking about police or talking about school hit their own private security. In the woke wussification of America, I'm not shocked that the police department is even afraid to say that there's police officers who are heroic enough to kill a guy on campus after he was trying to murder every student in the school. However, thank God that some brave security officers are police officers responding to take care of the threat. Do I think we should ban guns because of the shooting? No, I don't. Because obviously, you got good guys with guns that take care of business. And what did they do that you already didn't do? And don't get mad at me. They actually lock the doors. The doors were locked.
The Big Lies of the Left
"Now let me play this clip from Joe Biden. I think it's clip number four. Let's play clip four from this interview with Joe Biden. Do you think states should have a right to ban gender affirming healthcare? I don't think any state or anybody should have the right to do that. As a moral question as legal question, I just think it's wrong. Of course you do. Do you understand the language sandwich and the nutrition that the Democrats use? Do you believe gender affirming, they say gender? Listen, no state blocks grown ups from doing this, right? No states by grown-ups, if you have grown, you can get hormones. You can get you can't get punitive 'cause you already passed puberty. Gender reaffirming surgery. You show me an adult, they can go get their stuff, cut and zip and fold it up. Show me an adult that can't go get that in any state in the United States of America. You can do whatever surgery you want as an adult. But what she's talking about, he's talking about is kids. Don't let them lie to you. They strategically then use the word kids. But they're talking about children because states like Florida and others are blocking states from allowing children to take puberty blockers and to be able to manipulate their genitalia while their children. States have banned that. Because it's destructive as damaging to the child.
"louis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And we are back. Remaining hour of this night tomorrow live from Fayetteville, legend is next. Hey, yeah, Paul. We closed St. Louis, baby. We're closed. We're gladiators. The referees on the field, David. He's about to blow the whistle. I know you have him, man. It's been a long summer. Man, we're here. As I was talking with answer the phone, I was telling them guys in the back, they're a great job and I appreciate them, you know? I know a lot of people don't, but legend does. Hey Paul, I want to make one thing clear. Can I make something clear? I'm not an SEC fan. Let's get it right. I've never, ever been an SEC fan. Don't like them. Don't like to SEC. Whoo. That's right, baby. And let me tell you something, Paul. It's a frigging jungle out here. And in the jungle, he don't see the tigers and elephants in lines all gather together for each other. Hell no. They eat each other. They eat each other. And our kids stand on the other teams in the SEC. So let's just get it clear right out the back. And I'm not pulling for you. Hell no. Let me make it clear. LSU, wow. That's right. Come on, simmer. Come on baby. I hope for the state beats Brian Kelly's doll ass by 30 points, Paul. 30 frigging points, baby. I hope that be able to so bad they send that doll Yankee back to Notre-Dame as an assistant coach in week two. I really do, baby. And let me tell you something else. Quack quack, quack, quack. That's all right, baby. I'm an organ duck fan. I'm an argument. Let me tell Ellie make laugh at something. Bone X is dangerous. That's right. I said it Bo mix is bipolar. He might be Johnny Unitas on any given day, or he might be Jay Barker without a defense on another day. So be careful which bipolar quarterback shows up Ellie may clamp it. Quack, quack, crack. I'm an organ Doug fan. Let me make it clear. I ain't pausing for any of y'all. India, y'all. So let's make it clear. Right there. Because this is a jungle baby, it's a jungle, and I'm the king of the jungle. I hope all y'all get devoured by these teams. Cincinnati, come on. Beat the hell out of that hole. I'm calling the upset. I say Cincinnati beats Arkansas straight up. Beat the hell out of that hog. I ain't no SEC fan. Alabama fan, baby. And part of me say something about one of your colleagues as I make. Please. Desmond Howard, he makes you look bad, dude. He just makes you look bad. You know how you had to take some people to the side and just tell them man, hey, you represent us and you just stupid and you need to shut up. That's what you need to do to Desmond Howard. Not only do they take a and a.m. and Michigan, he picked Pittsburgh. Is that the same kiddie picket Jordan Madison kids vibe and to know how no more is that? Is that the same frigging one? Paul, you need to take to the sides and look there you make us look bad because here's the thing the average fan today ain't average no more Paul. We know as much about football as y'all doing on YouTube online. Watch the practices for all the players. Right down the coaches interviews. We know as much as y'all know to a large degree, maybe not have the inside solar system, but we have every source that we need and we don't believe in your experts won one of your so called experts come off as dumb as hell, Paul. And that's a two, man. Take him to the side and tell him to shut the hell out. Blockhead monster has some job DJ job. The black hat posse is at the city limits. The rest about the blow to whistle. You can't run. Alabama's on the doorstep. Elvis has left the building. Wow, that was a classic call. Let's continue. AC is in New Jersey. Canada. Good afternoon, mister fine, bob. Thank you so much for taking my call. Wherever you want to be, you can be. I can be anywhere. How about we put legend with the crimson tide? He can be there. Or something, no amount of time he's typing up the team. He didn't even want to accept something like that. He's on player like a guy named legend who's hyping up the team. How many times do you think Nick Stevens is going to yell at him mister fine? But what do you think? I don't know. Are you saying you didn't like the legend call? Because the excitement doesn't like all the hype. Legend on that foster wouldn't be a quarterback or something and he's hyping up the team. It didn't look like that. I really don't know. That means it makes certain probably not listening to all this. Probably his thing was not rap poison. Where's my Debbie? And when they lose they're gonna cry like a little baby. And then you have a guy named Matt and San Antonio as I recall a month and a half ago, he said your coach is going to retire anyway. He's talking about Nick Saban. So since like Matthew is super scared 'cause he was an excellent guy, but the problem is, Matthew, Jimbo Fisher is not gonna deliver a championship. That's the second time I'm telling you, opening Jimbo Fisher is gonna be delivering is
"louis" Discussed on Introduction to Political Justice - Louis Felicia Numan, BBA, MSM, PhD
"You know. You over there in Kenya were in that man. About why don't he have some homosexual? Dean's over there. And he comparing homosexuality telling the man that you just like segregation and Jim Crow and slavery. You know, and I'm sick and I'm trying to compare and balance all a Caucasian man want to be a woman. They're trying to balance him out on my own me now. Remember mate, we haven't been paid reparations. We haven't even been paying reparations. Now they trying to put them over there, talking about a civil right. For a person that just got through hanging my people from trees. And we ain't got no leaders. I lead as a homosexual. And this has been, you know, just like this Zimbabwe and president Robert mugger beach. He said, homosexuality destroyed like Nate's knee thinking about a bomb. You know, he said, they destroyed nations. They are filthy, filthy. They are filthy disease. They are worse than pigs, ghosts and birds. And he said, Obama, he criticized an Obama asking for support from homosexual rights. He said, I wasn't born out of no homosexuality. That's a heavy statement. This president said, I wasn't born out on a homosexuality. He got over here asking me to support something that's going to destroy a nation. He's a homosexual destroyed nation. Did he went over there to the Uganda president? In fact, trying to wear it my savini. He over there. Because that man said that he kept a homosexual. They going to jail. And he over that word and that man, he were all these black folks, they telling him, man, that's not an issue for us. That's not even, what did you talk? They don't even know what he talking about. They got a list, like if you were homosexual, or in Uganda, they got a list that they put out daily. They don't play with homosexuals over there. They got a list that they preach. To shame you. And he said, and if a person is infected with HIV, you know, they just, that's just, that's just it for them. And Obama walking the nation to my date day, they homophobic. They are, he think he either go around and call people names. I can't wait to go to Obama see his day. I'm so sick of him, that man has destroyed children. Obama, he has destroyed you. He instead of you, I'm trying to make sure black people should have reparations. He told me it's time for us to be gay. Yeah, it's time for us to be gay. Give us all our money. You know, hate the everybody think that they post to have money, but us. To like Middleton just say, you want to find every Antichrist program in the world and no reparation. And Larry elder ain't got nothing to say to that. So one thing that we got to understand is black people, homosexuality is the new slavery. It's the new slavery from why they trying to say that this is just like slavery. No, no, no, no. This is the new slavery from caucasians to black people. Caucasians purpose for black people is to destroy black families. And these homosexuals, the white Caucasian homosexuals, they did not stop until they damned. A sacred gift from God, marriage between a man and a woman. You two F two men getting together is so good. What are y'all creating besides a stank hole? You can't create no baby. God knew you were gonna do this. You actually think this is something new. We gave. We knew we had a new game. We knew that's what I'm saying. Since you knew what you bring in new to the tape. On the thing you do is still and you parasites. You lynch off everybody move. You mention all black people to my dish just like black people. Black people, you should not be a slave to seeing. You should not dig up the rotten stinking corpse of homosexuality. This is how the mango marrow all back over again. Well, you got anything to say, man, it's something close out. I believe it was a good show, man, so like I enjoyed this one. I hope pray to God that someone is comprehending. Because the reality is among us is with us today. Bob. Father God, as the last days are approaching. With the return of your son, I will messiah. Jesus Christ, we are asking a special prayer for our little Woods. Your little ones. We ask that you please send your holy angels to continue to watch over them. Please deliver our little ones souls from every bond of sin that they may rejoice in you and your saints forever. Father guy, we also ask that you send the death angels. Who are harming who are castrating who are mutilating who are abusing and cutting off our children's body parts and cutting them off from you before they even get the opportunity to experience your great glory and grace. We asked this prayer in the name of the father in the name of the son in the name of the holy ghost also hold his spirit. We pray. Amen. Amy and Amy, thank you, God bless you God keep you remember to tune in to the now network on Tuesday morning, one 30 a.m.. Also, remember to download our app, go to Apple, Amazon, Google, Roku, U.S., COG. So you have to type in, if you don't put it up, type me and Louis, Felicia Newman, no spaces. But either way you should be able to and you can listen to us on any podcast player that you have. We are available over 300 libraries. We are even available in contrast now in different countries. So thank you God bless you God keep you. Saints, pray for us and we will continue to pray for you. Let's please keep our little ones. Lifted up in prayer to our low end and saving Jesus Christ.
"louis" Discussed on Business Wars
"I mean, there's the combination of good vibes, good values. Is that how luxury fashion gets its hooks into Gen Z because, I mean, this stuff isn't cheap, right? I mean, and that's part of its sort of long-term appeal, I suppose you could say. Yeah, well, I think you've had a lot of the introduction that younger people have had to these luxury brands are through these kind of connectors, whether it's someone like Virgil Abloh, who, of course, designed at Louis Vuitton, or if it's a brand like supreme, which is certainly not a luxury brand, but is a streetwear brand, and their t-shirts sell for under a $100. And yet there are these huge lines to this day outside of the stores to get their products when they release them on Thursdays. And I think that that sort of idea of creating hype around a product and telling a story, which is what, in a way, hype really is, is creating this narrative in this excitement around a product which may be a simple T-shirt, but says more, that is something that the luxury industry has started to adapt itself. And in some ways, that's because they're creating similar streetwear Staples, but in some cases it's because they are hiring designers like Virgil Abloh or Luigi villasenor who's going to Bali. And really just bringing these designers into their universes. We're talking about these legacy design houses and how they're staying fashion forward and we're not just talking about what they're selling in stores either. We're going to be digging deeper into that aspect of the industry, but first another quick break will be right back with more of this edition of business wars. There are no hosts staying with you in a verbal vacation home. Don't get us wrong. We love our hosts. But if the owner of the place is there, sitting with you in the living room,
"louis" Discussed on Introduction to Political Justice - Louis Felicia Numan, BBA, MSM, PhD
"To get on the losing team? Period. No, I might be. You might be able to say, this is the end of the music. I'm for the genre with the losers today. Nah, I ain't gonna do that. Am I a fact? And this stuff about Elon Musk about, we got, you know, freedom of speech. You know, he had to read why we gonna have freedom of speech tonight. I just don't like that because they want people to think that they can play with people's freedom of speech when it comes to God. You know, you're friend to find out something you never thought possible. And that's the part I, you know, then because of children and I don't know a lot of the other kind of women knowing that a child, a mother was a birthing mother I wouldn't even try to pursue that cold. I used ten people. Isn't it? You know, doing something that can't happen. In the world. But if I had known that, I would have never tried to have no child. You know, so I want you to do, you know, people got their life bent into stuff. You know, if I'm a soul perspective and now you know where you know what? That's just like, well, you know, who wants to know what it just like? Who got time to think about something? I've never thought it was, I thought the world would never end. But my grandma would just take me and say, well, look, Louis, before the end of time, me and would be less than half the man. I said wrong now, you know. I'm thinking about, well, I'm trying to go right then. I said, well, I don't think that's going to ever be. But I don't want to, but she feels like that, you know, where she was talking about her she was reading it up. And she goes. Don't stop here. It was circling the wagon. I thought what she was talking about was impossible. They stuck it in the way. They want to question me. Well, you do. What you need was a mistake. Well, that is. Strange. Well, we're going to bring things to a close here tonight. We enjoy talking to you about, I don't like to use the word in joy because it's so sick that the government promote that the nuclear family was a mistake. And so this is part three. You probably have a part four. Because I think we need to go into more more and more detail. It's a few more things. I would like to discuss. Concerning it, but they are saying that when we had thriving nuclear families, it was a historical freakish moment. And why do I feel like this is a historical freakish moment? So what the hell that being said, we gonna close out and prayer, thank you for tuning in. Father God creator of the universe. You stronger than any storm and will not grow tired or weary. Please continue to give us the discernment through the storm we currently facing. Thank you for being an unchanging. Everlasting God. Who can and has and will trans, form anyone who seeks the renewing of the mind. We ask this prayer. In the name of the father, in the name of the son, and in the name of the Holy Spirit, also holy ghost, we pray. Amen. Amen. Thank you for tuning in. God bless you. God, keep you. We'll see you again on Monday.
"louis" Discussed on Introduction to Political Justice - Louis Felicia Numan, BBA, MSM, PhD
"Father God, thank you for your word and sending us your son. I will save it. Jesus Christ. Who? Pay the ultimate sacrifice. And we fear we will never be able to repay. I ever father continue to give us a service that is willing to serve you. According to your will, we look forward to the day for your return. Real return. And to be at your right hand, we asked this prayer in the name of the father in the name of the son in the name of the holy ghost. Super. Welcome to political justice. Your host master Lewis and Feliciano, political justice as we always say as a subsidiary of the universal science church of God. All of that is come from the Bible in the New Testament, the Korean and many many religious texts. We are advocates of social justice causes such as reparations for the black descendants of slaves. Rehabbing on dismantling the criminal justice system because the current system in place is systemically a racist against black and brown people. Child protection services should be run by 8 by Christian lawyers. Justice is an inherent mandatory gift from God, not the government. The government that we know is the government is legislating morality against people of God. And we need justice from politics because politics is just really our way of life on how we live. You know, we got right now. We got the wrong people in positions making decisions for all of us for our children for our future as a matter of fact. A majority of those people don't even have children. They don't even, and they sitting around talking about their legacy. What kind of legacy you got king Solomon evil pointed it out in the book of the class to see that why would a man work so hard? And not even have a child to give it to, you know, what are you working for? And that's what I would like to know. And in the meantime, they want to, they want to tell us how to raise out children when they don't, they haven't even walked in hours shoes. They haven't walked in your shoes. My shoes, nobody should. And so we are going to continue out subject about the government and they just make them morality and marriage and family. We thought, is this subject is extending out very far and very wide. And our last on our last Internet program, we was talking about John Lewis and you know, look at how these people now are trying to hell him as some type of civil rights mortar or somebody that did something when one of the last things he was doing was trying to say that he's gone on a strip. People of their 501c3 for a post and homosexuality and the LGBT ideology. When first of all, the government shouldn't even be in a position to issue nobody know anything with no fire but once C three. Okay? See, when 8 people start doing this, they was doing this well. We get you a 501c3, you can apply for a grant, you can you don't have to worry about paying taxes. So this stuff sounds all lovely, but see what did the older people tell us and nothing in life is free. And you better believe that. You know, any time the government, you talking about giving out something. It's something that you, you know, you may not be able to see it right then and right there, but our legacy gonna be able to see it if we don't see it. And so we get they say that John Lewis was a veteran civil rights advocate. And he, they had a meeting in which they was talking about how to 501c3 is subsidizing hate. When they are the one that subsidized and hate. And we have shown through many programs how they did. Number one, when I last subject, we was talking minister was talking about abortion and how Margaret Sanger, she stood up all these playing parenthood and she said it out of her home now to get rid of the black race. You know, to get special to black boys. And so, and then they talking about roe versus wade. And the lady before she died, matter of fact, in 95, she became pro life. She said those people just was explored and hurt. Her as a young person that got pregnant and she wished she had that went through with the things that she went through with. And so we just got to really understand what these people are up to. They're doing the same thing. And then they always trying to talk about like he's saying. The government is subsidizing hate. When they did one subsidized in morality and hate. What all that being said, you know, this is Louis gonna take over from here. Well, we are so glad to make no mistake about it. We are just glad to be able to participate. And what we refer to as the reparations of our country, America. That's all we got. You know, that's all we need. America is designed by Jesus Christ. The masala for the world. And we are not here to we all hear his witness bearers be playing Frank with you. What has been done in America, it's been written down. That's the most fascinating part about the Baltic. You know, it's written in the Bible. Now we have people who have wrote more about.
"louis" Discussed on Business Wars
"It's 10 o'clock at night, February 1999, Paris, France. Tom Ford pulls back the curtain and peers out the window of his apartment. Snow falls against the dark sky. Ford squints his narrow brown eyes to get a better look. Ford is the creative director of Gucci, the storied luxury brand. He's considered one of the most exciting fashion designers working. His clothes are bold and sexy, almost dangerous. But recently, that danger has followed him into his real life. Below him, the street bustles with pedestrians and cars, but Ford is focused on one black vehicle parked across the street. He still there. For its partner, Richard Buckley joins him at the window and looks out. Are you sure? I don't see anyone inside the car. Ford points through the window. He's leaning back, but you can see the top of his head just above the window. How long has he been there, 8? 9 hours? Buckley follows Ford's finger and sees what he's referring to. I mean, it's weird that he's still there, but I think it's a leap to think he's staking us out. Do you really think Louis Vuitton would send someone to watch you? They hired a private investigation firm to investigate Gucci executives. I don't know why they wouldn't watch me too. This thing is ugly. A little over a month ago, the owner of Louis Vuitton moet Hennessy, the largest luxury brand in the world, started buying up Gucci stock in an attempt to take over the smaller Italian company. Gucci's CEO is doing everything in his power to prevent the takeover. Including engaging in some dirty legal tricks. It's turned into a nasty fight with low blows and mudslinging on both sides. Ford keeps his eyes trained on the man in the car below. I told you we have security team sweeping the offices to make sure LVMH hasn't planted microphones, right? Buckley nods. Ford turns and looks at him sharply. You haven't let anyone into the apartment recently, no workers or anyone? No. You're sure. Yes, I promise. Ford relaxes momentarily. I'm not paranoid. It wasn't even four years ago that Mauricio was gunned down on the street. This business is crazy. In 1995, Maurizio Gucci, the grandson of Gucci's founder and the former CEO of the company, was murdered in front of his office building in Milan. Buckley puts his hand on Ford's shoulder. I know, and that was shocking, but Mauricio was shot by his jealous ex-wife. Remember? The only reason Louis Vuitton wants Gucci is because of you. You brought that company back from the brink. They're not going to harm you. Ford nods. But still keeps watch. During the past 9 years, he's been a Gucci. He's learned that behind the glamour, the luxury goods market is cutthroat and tumultuous, with more backstabbing than fine stitching. And who knows how bad this rivalry? Could get. Some things are inevitable, like allergy season. But while you can't avoid it, you can at least save on your prescription allergy medications by checking out good Rx. Over 24 million people used good Rx just last year to save on their medications. And I'm one of them. With good Rx I instantly compare prescription prices at pharmacies in my neighborhood and find discounts that have saved me up to 80% for simple smart savings on your prescriptions, check good Rx, go to good Rx dot com slash BW. Good Rx is not insurance, but can be used instead of insurance. Medicare and Medicaid. In 2021, good Rx users saved 81% on retail prescription prices. Good Rx dot com slash BW. Imagine having a whole extra day every week, more time to cook healthy meals, work on that novel or just eat some good snacks in front of the TV. Sounds nice, doesn't it? Well, right now it's all possible. With click up, the productivity platform that'll save you one day a week on work. Guaranteed. And it's built for teams from one to over a thousand. Join the more than 800,000 highly productive teams using click up today, use code BW to get 15% off, click ups massive, unlimited plan for a year. That means you can start reclaiming your own time for under $5 a month. Sign up today at click up dot com and make sure to use code BW. From.
"louis" Discussed on Introduction to Political Justice - Louis Felicia Numan, BBA, MSM, PhD
"Be that all these, this could be connected, everything is out of control. You know, I hear white Caucasian people sing like they are overwhelmed now. Welcome to the party. See, people think they smart talking about they're not going to pay somebody to pay people reparations, but see God got away. And God don't play. And so. I'm going to turn everything over to my co host, slash minister slash spiritual adviser minister Louis. Morning. It's a good time. I guess we were always referred to these days as what you call the great and dreadful. The great and dreadful day of the lord. And there's no way to get past that now. Unless we have to choose, we need to choose and now it's so simple to win that they will. The revelations is coming so clear that a fool can understand any food in this world. Anywhere in this particular galaxy anywhere universal is speaking. No parent. Just normally rake their own children. And just because and we live in a society where the majority rule..
"louis" Discussed on Introduction to Political Justice - Louis Felicia Numan, BBA, MSM, PhD
"A decent model. As a king, king, king was buried with the idea. He was some type of spiritual mortar that would help our nation here. Come to find out he was just an advocator of what is going on now. You know, and you think we're going to just let it go like that? God allowed it to have them caught a lot of pharaohs to become so so proud and bold. He jumped up after he jumped up and said, he's going to go and make this last he said, I'm going to go take back these people that I had given to God. Oh. And that's where we are now. We have to stop that. And so this the problem, you know, people just keep talking about things that they can't even define. What you mean by all of a sudden now you talking about what's age appropriate. That's what this country is going to uproar about. The same people that's talking about a person should be 21 years old to purchase an AR 15 rifle. Why is that? Because you say that's what I do with what? Tour to level, right? Okay. That's the same thing. That we as parents, who you are calling domestic terrorists. This is what we are talking about. We are talking about we know what age we want our children and when we send to certain venues, what we what we want them to be, what we want on their mind in other words, when a parent sending their child to school, they just talk about reading writing arithmetic social study civic science. This is it. Now, you're saying you fix it and say, well, it's not no God. You feel the change. That's the church, responsibility. See, so you crowning over into something that's not your business. You know, if a parent won't they child and know something about morality, a value system, I'm pretty sure whatever church the day I affiliated with. That's who they trust to. Services, Bible state, BTU, Sunday school. That's what they are depending on their spiritual leaders to do. You are not their school is not the spiritual leader. Now, the president has no business standing up in the world talking about a child belonged to the teacher when that's not his responsibility to say what somebody can't and should and would be doing with their children. Okay. And so that's why we asked the question on this particular show, what is the definition of age appropriate? And that's like I say, that's what's confusing me. You have to be you talking about all this maturity level. When it come down to AR-15 rifle, the system raised him up, the government raised him up, the government radicalized him. His mother tried to put him into a mental institution. You let him go after 72 hours. I thought my daughter was going to be there at 7 two hours. I ain't seen her in almost 6 years. You see, so what are you talking about? Now you talking about, but back to that point, you've been to be the author of when a person should and should not care a gun. Now you asking for the support of the parents who you say should not be entrusted to know when and where they child should be learning about morality and values. Now you want the parents to support you on a child should be 21. These same parents don't want you to be teaching their child about homosexuality. These same parents do not want you to be teaching they boys that they can be girls and they girls that they can be bored. Also, you are saying that you got to age, it should be an age. When a person should carry a gun, but there's no age when it comes to gender. You say that person know they gender at three and four. How is it? So you think because you can make a fool out of a child. You think that makes you what, you a big man all of a sudden you a big woman. You baked governor, you a big government. You think just because you could pray on my daughter, 13 years old. Was supposed to be the 72 hours, not over 5 days. Haven't seen her. In over 5 years, and you think just because you able to do that to her 'cause you know you can't do that to me. And lord knows you know you can't do nothing with Louis. You know why you talking about a record? He got a record. And what I mean by a record, he got history. You know him. And you know me now. And now, you know, you think that you supposed to be a man, you want to try to show everybody. I'm a pump them out and show them. Since they want to call me a punk, then I'm gonna see what kind of man woman they are. Let me see, let me see what they're gonna do about me taking their child. Well, I'm still proving you a punk. So see my point is proven. Your point ain't proven. 'cause everybody in this country know that we don't have the money and we could have the money if we had reparations because the whole situation couldn't even start. See, that's all a part of the plan. Why we don't have reparations why we why that's such a big deal. You'd rather sit around and talk about some fuzzy face man. Being a woman, then to be talking about reparation. And you think that we don't know that this is what you are doing. Every.
"louis" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Thank you. Wow. So we are in their home. This is the living room. And this space is just as it was when they were living here. So it looks like they just stepped out for a moment and are coming back. There are paintings on the wall, there are artifacts from their travels. This is a space that was lived in that they entertained in. And so queens, as a borough, was full of musicians, jazz musicians in particular, and many of them would come over, Louis Armstrong's house, and hang out, hang out right here, Dizzy Gillespie. Jimmy heath. And I look around the living room is covered in a unique wallpaper with diamond shaped prints. They're couches that are older than me. They're off white. And that's maybe where Dizzy Gillespie sat. But what catches my attention is the piano. It's an ivory colored upright. And I just had to ask. Do you mind if I just touch one keyboard? Yes, you may. I give you permission. Not everyone can do that. So this is very special for you. Amazing. Yeah, I don't know. I just touched those Armstrong's piano. Hope you weren't expecting me to play real music. I'm not a musician. While I stood there, I saw portrait of Lucille Wilson on shank facing the piano. She looked regal in this off shoulder dress with a serious look. So, miss Lucy was a woman who decorated the home. And really made it a space of sanctuary. So Lewis worked hard. He was on the road. Sometimes 300 days out of the year. He traveled to over 62 countries. When he came home and needed to be a place of rest. And miss Lucille made sure it was. All the furniture, the wallpaper. It all has her touch. The kitchen is gorgeous, all the cabinets are covered in blue lacquer, and inside them, you can still see some of the original pieces Lucille cook with. You can almost picture her cooking, red beans, and rice, that Lewis loves so much. I just wanted to point out that this was a chair elevator chair. Oh, yes. We are looking at the steps that go from the fridge to the second floor. And this is a chair that Lucille installed after Lewis had one of his heart attacks. He was having trouble navigating the many steps of the house. And so she installed this chair to make sure that he could get to the second floor into the bedroom. We walk up the stairs and we go into the Armstrong's bedroom. This room is private. And this room is special for a lot of reasons. Mostly because this is where Louis Armstrong died. We still have miss Lucille's clothes. So we're looking at her nightgown, her shoes, her gloves, and across from the bed is her prayer nook with the family Bible. She was a devout Catholic, and Lucille lived in this home after Louis Armstrong died in 1971. She lived here till 1983. So she lived here a long time, and wanted to stay in this space. And this home that she made with Louis. We peek into a guest room that is covered in a peachy orange wallpaper that also matches the couch. The room felt cozy and relaxing. But next to the guest room was Louis's ten. We're looking at this gorgeous wood paneling all around. A desk that is curved. With a chair at the back two lamps on the desk. A classic phone, and we're looking at a real to reel deck tape. As a naughty producer, the tape machine totally caught my eye. Apparently, Louis used to record all the time and Regina showed me one of the tape real boxes. This is representative of the reel to reel tapes that Lewis Armstrong would make. So this says real 70s side one, Martin Luther King's life story, funeral. Number one, hymns number two soprano. Number two, church choir. Number four, we shall overcome. And then at the bottom it says, S apostrophe ALL song. That means that's all. That means the real is done. He archived himself. I'm just recording wild as ketchup. No. We leave tomorrow night. Something for Miami, Florida for two weeks. By playing, this is being my last night home, and I'm spending talking to you. Bye bye. On another tape, you can hear Louis and Lucille. At home in Corona, New York. February 26th, 1956. February 6th. Correction. February 6th, 1926, absolutely ever Lucy is fixed. But folks. There are tons of reels and tapes like these from Lewis. Around 600 of them. I feel like today he would definitely come out with a podcast. Oh, he would have a podcast. He would be an Instagram star. He was at the front of technology. He always needs to have the thing that was new. So he would virtual reality. He would love it all. And he would want to be in the places that people were because he wanted to engage with people. I was the one who taught you how you know Corona queens. This neighborhood saw me grow up and have seen this place change over time. But the Armstrong house stale stands after more than 5 decades. It's also testament of the love lucio and Lewis had for one another. And it's also placed that protects the legacy of the music that Lewis Armstrong shared with the world. Now, let's pretend that this is Louis's podcast and give him the last word. That's my story, folks. I guess I'm stuck with it. I never want to be any more than I am. And what I don't have, I don't need it. I've always loved and I always lived a normal life. Which I appreciate very much. And I've always loved everybody still do. If you like the tape, hear more on their website at Louis Armstrong house, dot org. I also did not tell you about every room, and the gorgeous peaceful garden that Lucille made for Louis. But I'll leave that up to you to visit the museum in Corona queens, which is open Thursday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m...
"louis" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"After rainy night, the skies are blue on 103rd street, Corona queens. When a pass Mexican bakeries, I can smell the sweet bread. On my way here, I stopped at a club in cafe to buy a large cup of coffee. And just a few blocks away is the Dominican barbershop where I always like to get a nice haircut. Today I live ten streets away from 103rd street. But this is where I was born and lived until I was 6. The houseware grew up still stands, seemed two story house, saint porch that I used to play on. Across the street is the same laundromat. My mom worked at before I was born. Back in the late 1980s, after she came from Mexico. Back in the early 90s, I was into Power Rangers and Selena. And even though I ran around the neighborhood, I had no idea that I was growing up just four blocks from the home of a legend. So wonderful. This has really been people that tune the way I did it when I felt it. Because it's so much in one of world that brings me back to my neighborhood where I live in Corona, New York. I'm in a little Morales and this is Atlas obscura. A celebration of the world's strange incredible and wondrous places. Today, we're visiting the Louis Armstrong house museum in Corona queens. We'll go inside and hear more from the legend himself. I saw a three.
"louis" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Needs a safety car to be recovered and I lose my ten second leader or whatever. It's exciting, you know, the restart is fantastic and I would do that every single time honestly. And yeah, the potential to be a professional, I think, is also greater in the states as a driver. There are more roles, not necessarily just in factory roles, I think the pro am landscape is pretty strong. Not just in imsa but across a lot of other categories as well. I think there's a decent amount of people earning earning money even in GT four, you know, you just don't get that as far as I'm aware anyway in England in Europe. Where you have a pro driver who's actually earning some cash, you know, it's far between bars and the states. It's pretty strong. Yeah, it's nice to hear a young drive with such a firm plan. Sometimes we speak to people at this time in the going, I don't know what I'm going to do next year and it can be quite difficult, not necessarily 34 of their own, of course, but yeah, it's nice to hear that Louis got such a good pass. Louis, shorter term, what are you doing between now and the 19th of December, you're carrying on studies when do you get to have a break from studying and testing and driving? Do you get to relax at all? Well, luckily, you've come at the right time because it's Thanksgiving break now actually. So all of the American colleagues have gone back home to their wherever they're from and wherever. So my roommates come back to Seattle he's not here. There's no class. So I'm just milling about doing whatever with other international students also and celebrate Thanksgiving because they're not American. So yeah, I'm just this week I've got off and then yeah it starts busying up again kind of like two weeks or so. I've got more testing than I've got finals. And then I come back at the end of my finals week to the oldest world award. And then I'm only in the UK for a few weeks and then I go back to America again. Yeah, it's kind of full on, but it's not too bad. I'm not like absolutely loaded with stuff. This is obviously the one off season part, but as Alex knows, there really isn't an off season. It's just the off season is cardio season. So it's not too much fun. Well hopefully you'll have you'll have the chance to at least open a beer at some point, maybe chill for a little while. 21 here, I can't. But you have to have that when you fly back then. Well, Louis foster, thank you very much for your time and join us. Alexander Sims, thank you as well. And thank you for tuning in at the listener and the old school. The Aston Martin will be our D.C. award winner will be announced at the all Star Wars. Thanks for watching. We'll be back soon with another old sport podcast..
"louis" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The germ theory and its applications to medicine and surgery by louis. Pasteur louis pasteur was born at dole jura france december twenty seven eighteen twenty two and died near saint cloud september. Twenty eight eighteen ninety-five his interest in science and especially in chemistry developed early. And by the time he was twenty six he was professor of the physical sciences at dijon. The most important academic positions held by him later were those professor of chemistry at strasbourg. Eighteen forty nine dean of the faculty of sciences at lille eighteen fifty four science director of the echo normal superior paris eighteen fifty seven professor of geology physics and chemistry at the echo. Deba czar professor of chemistry at the sorbonne eighteen sixty seven after eighteen seventy five. He carried on his researchers at the pasteur institute. He was a member of the institute and received many honours from learned societies at home and abroad in respect of the number and importance practical as well. As scientific of his discoveries pursuer has hardly arrival in the history of science he may be regarded as the founder of modern stereo chemistry and his discovery that living organisms are the cause of fermentation is the basis of the whole modern germ theory of disease and of the antiseptic method of treatment. His investigations of the diseases of beer and wine of ryan a disease affecting silkworms of anthrax and fell cholera. Were of immense commercial importance in lead to conclusions which have revolutionized physiology pathology and therapeutics by his studies. In the culture of bacteria attenuated vera. Lynn's he extended widely the practice of inoculation with a milder form of various diseases with a view to producing immunity. The following papers present some of the most important of his contributions and exemplify his extraordinary powers of lucid exposition argument..
"louis" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"I'm gonna get into this interview. I had with louis riddick. We've talked about all angles of the monday night. Football game against the baltimore ravens. So let's get that going right now you so much for joining me today. Really appreciate the time. We've got a huge game coming up. Here raiders ravens. Big monday night. Football game percival. How excited are you to call this one as a former raider all every raider game is big for me. You know i don't really hide. I don't really hide from it. I kind of run towards the fact that. I've got such a special place in my heart for the raiders that's where my first arbour's board etc. I won't bore you with that. We're not all say is this though To get back out here after last year being out there in column buttons that week two against the saints at no fans to go back out here opening weekend against against the ravens one of the most exciting teams in the nfl for vegas start off their year playing them on monday night with fans opening weekend we saw one opening weekend was like for college. Football at you think is going to be for the nfl. Everything's gonna be vegas. I mean it's one it's vegas to. It's the raiders will most emotional fan bases in the nfl and for us on monday night. Football yeah that doesn't get any bigger than that. I'm sure you'll hear. My voice will be pretty quick pretty loud pretty fast. It's going to be have to calm myself down. But yeah i can't wait. I can't wait to hit the ground running for sure as somebody that has been coached under. Jon gruden how much do you feel like. A lot of people have talked about this test that he needs to pass this year by as far as getting through the playoffs and all of that are to the playoffs. Excuse me when you put that into perspective. Like how much is the focus on. What comes out of gruden this year when you start with game. One here the ravens. I think i think it's a. It's a big big factor. I think it's justified that there's a lot of attention being paid to the improvement that this team needs to
"louis" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Fabio molly today. I'm speaking the legendary doubles coach louis. Kia louis chief. Great results with canadian doubles players. More recently with the british in two thousand twelve. He helped johnson mary. Become the first british double slam champion since nineteen thirty six and since then there's been countless more. The brits are forced in every draw on never far away from the title. Louis tells us all about his coaching philosophy tips to improve your doubles and much more absolutely loved his chat. And i know you'll to as usual before we get started to shed a podcast sponsors slinger head over to singer by comfort to get all the latest thing for under slinger bag and see if the ship to your country. Okay now over to louis. Hi louis welcomes the functional tennis podcast. How're you very very fine. Just arrive in new york so go and doing well. So i'm doing really well so you've just arrived. Did you have peace. Your test is it. Yes but there are easier now. It's always a sally. Yvonne one eight one where to put it in your trunk and then in your nose. And that's quite easy you just sorta a month a tube and do your pcr test. I guess that's that's great. Speed things open the i definitely. There's the nose thing the chosen actually prepared knows over detroit. I think detroit's worse but anyway. So how long you have to wait before you can get out and check out your guys and ladies sex eight times last night just before our Antoine's rosiak thank. Pm arrived at eight fifty. Five pm gonna done right away off. Eight am this morning out the result. So.
"louis" Discussed on Real Faith Stories
"And that's it. And i kind of feel silly like oh my gosh. That wasn't god. Like what am i doing. This is so silly and go about the rest of my day next morning. I'm in the car. I'm on my way to work and get a call and like hey this is louis can help you and it's this gentleman. I'd never spoken to him before. It's like hey. Yeah louis so we had dinner with our friends last night and my friend gave me your card and told me about what was on your heart and i really felt the lord. Speak to me last night. Tell me he wants to open the eyes of pastors to see what he sees over our region and on my own a bunch of businesses and one of my businesses is charter helicopter jet company. As like i'm giving you five helicopters get fifteen senior pastors. We're gonna put them in the sky and they're gonna see through god's eyes impre over our region. I'm like i crying. I'm about to cry listening to. I'm freaking out. And so we have this conversation. He put me in touch with his assistant. I call my buddies. And i'm like freaking out like you won't believe what just happened and we're just like what is going on so about six weeks later. We have fifteen senior pastors in helicopters. Flying over the front range of rain for revival in unity in our city in its spark to this prayer movement throughout It launched. It got crazy really quickly anyways for about a year we were leading prayer groups. So we were. we'd coordinate. The whole thing invite pastors in every week all the pastors would go to a different church. And we'd have an hour and a half a praying took life of its own Long story short about two years after that to skip ahead red rocks amphitheatre was packed out. They called worship on the rocks. We had nothing to do with it. It's a life of its own in..
"louis" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Welcome to another bonus. Retro hollister pa. This week with the awesome louis louis. Three really cycle him. Lou lewis through x louis through his actual name We go all the way back to sometime in the two thousand ten for this one and i I think i got louis to do this show. Because they bumped into him starbucks by the bbc in white city and said we'd love to get you on some time. Nothing that was the the first move and then we got him on. I'm hoping to get him back on again now. The time line with most of these retro relatives and Yeah we had a nice time. We had a nice chat. A little. Bit louis theroux. He tried to turn it around on me. I wasn't having any of that and incisive mind. And we're a little brief dime of going out together. We were to see a play about jimmy savile together after this recording which was very nice and then we went off to america and a beautiful friendship was possibly pulled. He's got a fantastic book without now. Of course i'm i'm sure we will see him again at some point on But so fascinating stuff. He was very open. About all of the jimmy savile story and what came after his documentary with jimmy. And so there's lots of great stuff in this lots to enjoy. We're putting these out so that newbies can hear some classic episode's oldies can enjoy some old episodes and as a way for you to shed these and get more listeners. Coming to the podcast and that will bring in more revenue which will allow us to make more and varied and better content for you. So thanks for your support just by listening to these. You're helping sound so let's sit back. Relax and enjoy a russia's retro rah last apart rah raz-raza with louis feroious through it louis therapeutics. That's what i call.
"louis" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"The doctor of who rose to fame. Because he's the go-to injector of the kardashian. Sisters at some point. Yeah dr simon orian. He congratulated jeff bezos on his spaceflight and very quickly that was interpreted by twitter as jeff bezos went and got his filler done before his base. Just funny to think that jeff basis goes to the kardashians cosmetic dermatologists. This goes to show filler. Knows no gender no color no creed religion. I would never accuse filler. Discriminating and who it appeals. To say i think that the spaceflight thing is so disgusting. Hate it. I hate. I know. we're not even we're going to edit by omission about that whatever and so. I think that's all we have for news of the week. Let's just get into our interview so today's guest is someone who i've been following on instagram and twitter for a couple years and i'm always chuckling to myself at my phone. His name is louis pisano and he is an american who lives in paris a real life. Emily in paris on might say. He is a writer for harper's bazaar and sort of cultural commentator. He keeps the fashion industry on. Its toes is the way i'll put it. I think he has such an incisive tone and ability to kind of cut through the bullshit the fashion industry while also like celebrating and acknowledging the fun stuff the glamour the glitz he just went to can as a guest of instagram capital. I instagram and he looked at the best fucking time in the world. He wore some insane. Looks which will let him talk about. But he's also not afraid to like talk a little shit about racism in the industry and discrimination and the inequitable treatment of black and brown influencers which is prevalent. Of course the united states but also very much so in europe so we wanted to hear from louis just about louis. And here's our interview louis bassano. So when did you get back from. Can i got back. What's today today's wednesday..