19 Burst results for "Mancha"
"mancha" Discussed on Tamarindo
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"mancha" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"It spend so if we look at at these Sacred geometry can also be referred to as a young trough with the geometrical line shape. And if i meditate on. If i look at it straight ahead and then i close my eyes. I'm going to see the imprint of this flower life. In my mind's eye and then that imprinted on to me on a cellular level it all goes in that implementation goes into the cellular up all my cellular cells get a burst the vat that light of sacred geometry others the firefly for the sri entre is my favorite one is for for manifestation and so this is how we get into us on a cellular level and this is what they've been doing with tv manipulating us forever to you with symbols and signs of you see that and it goes into our consciousness and then we get. That's but we can change it. We can restructure geometry and mount baker. Down to mancha's meditation Taking your attention all of those things that you allow them for so long and realizing that is already there and like a garden. There's a weeding today. Bright was got an still you know. Sometimes it's just like a garden you feel like you've got all the all the weeds out of you know we come back with the next day like a swear to god. I will that analogy. I know and then you get to practice you know. Let me fix that. you know. that's the start being aware and consciousness because you've become aware of it and then you change the next time just by. He don't beat yourself up. If you get into an argument with your partner you know or yell at somebody then you gotta go up. I really was kind of out of line. There now founded another opportunity to practice that in the next time. I'll do better so you don't beat yourself up. in alignment with The the two arrows and buddhism might We talk about the first arrows at this already..
"mancha" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"He can't do it. Yes and the demand grew up on stage. He was literally in high school. He was man of la mancha and fiddler on the roof any cannot act at all has he been as he doesn't like the seacrest was in knocked up as he got those types of parts replays himself. Oh tell me first off you never saw the olsen twins movie new york minute new york minute i think is what it's called especially that you've been eating too many bag that's i. Yeah he was a new york minute. Okay he played the olsen twins. Dad didn't even play himself. Did not play him. Some casting director said this guy's too good to be who he is. That's right we. He's got shops. And let's exercise those How was he. I don't know maybe. Gary can find a a clip clip. Or there's got to be a doctor clip from new york minutes. I have seen it. I've definitely have seen it. I don't know what's on the internet. I don't know if we ripped it off dvd. I don't know how worked but it was probably circa two thousand. God it's gary. You're amazing thousand one. You a video. Yeah i mean that's still new. York maine is nine hundred. Ninety nine two thousand and one four two thousand and four. Was that late. I mean he looks like their dad. He also looks looks. Good on cam like guy. He looks like a a good movie debt. He's a good movie dad. And you know it's it's an olsen twins merely so for for privacy for people who maybe didn't follow the tins trajectory. This movie i feel like broke records nine in the box office. Dvd was their fame. I mean all i know is they had a. They were the original kardashians as far as like clothing. Line makeup. shit that people don't watch they watch anyway just to hate it. You know what i'm saying. Yeah the the olsen twins by most accounts or like multimillionaire entrepreneurs coming out with swag early and often and hissing. Dave cooley off..
"mancha" Discussed on V103
"That ever Chicken home Mama Home, Mama Mancha. Oh, holy for so tend to, uh, see my, uh, sleep horn. Us. She? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. It already. Okay, Roscoe, we're about to run out of time. Before we go. Can you please sing Jingle bells for its jangle Jang? Go away! Wait! What fun it is it in a one horse open sleigh! Ottesen jetting Go! Changing them bells. Come on, dude. Off is jangling bells Sing without rights. Go prank phone call coming up next. You're listening to the Steve Harvey. Morning. Shit. Is this to you? Heart give you at the job right now. Thanks for listening to you, boy. I sure appreciate it Be 13. Hey, this is something I can't give In exchange for ever thinking good to me, be my imagination. If you just find one, I think my piece of manners out up. Scales or sometimes on Mannix. And you've been aware of all that has to be.
Are Commercial Aircraft Production Plans Still Too High?
"There's a lot of talk these days about when the commercial aircraft industry will recover from the COVID nineteen crisis and return to normal and normal is almost universally defined as the your twenty nineteen. But, what if Airbus and Boeing were already at peak production and twenty nineteen with little room for growth over the coming decade? Scary. As that thought may be a look at the numbers suggests it's possible and that in turn raises questions about whether the two airframes have reduced production enough to whether the OVID. Nineteen. Storm. Joining me from Frankfurt to make sense of all this is Jens to aviation weeks executive editor for Commercial Aviation and here with me in Washington is Michael. Bruno Aviation Week, senior business editor who closely watching production rates and the aviation supply chain. Jens. Let's start with you. You wrote column in the August thirty first edition of Aviation Week and space technology that I don't think Airbus or Boeing are going to be too happy about would you say? Probably not well, what I did is I looked at a Abbas global market forecast, which is the forecast for the next twenty years, and by the way, the Boeing fingers are pretty similar. So but for practical purposes, let's just stick with the the Abbas version. and. Looked at production racing compared to to figures. So the to the. Market forecast Abbas puts out is for thirty nine, thousand Costa over the next twenty years. Divide that by twenty, you come up with an average annual production. Off Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, and seventeen aircraft to seventy aircraft to be precise. That's across the entire industry. So that's Abbas Boeing all the other manufacturers. Now I compared this with the. Actual production. Rates. For Two thousand, nine, nineteen, and the plans. For a front nineteen on the buying side because remember Max wasn't delivered. So there's a big difference between what they planted what they actually did. So the plans for Amazon Boeing were. Already over eighteen hundred at Croft. For Twenty nineteen so they were very very close to the. Longtime over two decades. Average rate that Abbas claims is the size of the overall mark. In this case, we ignore all the others there's going to be aircraft delivered by Komax, there's going to be. Did it by a C. by Embraer who knows maybe someone someone else will come in that we don't know yet on the electric hybrid hybrid electric front, maybe some some new comer there's also. No more room for for growth by both Abbas and and. If you remember. Absent. TIKOLO was pushing it suppliers very, very hot higher. They were talking about rights beyond seventy not an I wasn't in any twenty thirties seventy aircraft for Mancha I should say and I wasn't an in the twenty thirties that was in the next few years. So my point is. They were already producing too many aircraft before covert. Based on their own assessment of the market. And now with covert, of course, it's a whole different story. and. My conclusion is that. They haven't made deep enough cuts so far and more will follow. You and you're right when we started twenty nineteen everyone was talking about how fast can the supply chain ramp up How quickly can Airbus and Boeing increase production? I? Guess what you're saying is everybody was wrong. Yeah everything the the the industry went too far. In its. Appetite for growth and its vision for you. Look back we were coming out of the industry was coming out of the global financial crisis in eight eight or nine, which was a big crisis at that standards back. Then by the Senate's back then and then we have had this decade of unprecedented growth. We were industry got used to growth rates, well in excess of global GDP, of course, that's used that. Twice of global GDP, I should say. which is typically the level of growth that's aviation has seen over the past decades. Looking back is clear to me that. This could not be sustained for that much longer. Now the crisis we were seeing now is you know probably more dramatic than anyone could have expected but. On the other hand. That's gross could not have continued. At the same pace was clear.
"mancha" Discussed on When in Spain
"A language and I've talked about this for other episodes, you completely miss out on this huge chunk of Spanish life. Absolutely one hundred percent I couldn't agree with you more. My partner is Spanish like like yours. Paul and there's nothing more nervous than meeting your in-laws in a foreign language bug. There's also nothing more rewarding the danger that experience lately, so agree with you. I was looking to make a Spanish friends actually through teaching student, but I was invited to her. Family Pueblo village mistake. While Spanish tradition of visiting the ancestral villages every summer. And this was on just on the ball between Portugal and Spain. Tiny place like one hundred people. In these houses which are incredibly rundown with people, redoing and and I spent three days with them place, though absolutely no foreigners, and it would never happen, and I was sitting down with this family eating eating. The home cooked food speaking. Spanish And being taken on these amazing. Amazing sort of journeys every day which you'd never experienced integrate. Those kinds of experiences are wonderful experiences kind of expensive. You Pinch Yourself. How am I? How how if I found myself here in the situation, exactly a lot allowed from. SCUB-. We're finding himself surrounded by twelve Spanish people. Have the table, right? Yeah, and then they say someone I come. You know it's very nervewracking. Spanish speaking in front of twelve people. You Pinch yourself in your home. I hear of all places, and you don't necessarily get that from just saying in Mala Sanyal as or Solo, a severely central Cosmopolitan Area Madrid which is gonNA, be wrong. I love the call. COSMOPOLITAN ASPECTS A- elements of Madrid IFC at all, but it's also true the if you will Spanish Spanish that put a setback pure Spanish experience Madrid's. Central Madrid's. Is it my it might be difficult to get that. Guys, forget Basler Madrid. Seville going goes to compete in the map of Spain and find yourself a little. Slow in the middle of nowhere. I'm guessing Fahringer Inland, because one thing also just quickly. Touch on that. You didn't have any problems finding teaching English. Obviously as I mentioned before I did know a guy already, but it is also true that I'm you know how to connection here book I mean if you go online, you find any old little Spanish town. The new school, the academic they enlists English Academy or something that there are lots of places you can send us e to, and they'll be delighted to have an English speaking I'm guessing it will be difficult to find what maybe is a non Spanish speaker or as an English speaker with some Spanish. Someone about depends I mean. Teaching English is the obvious choice in the smaller towns and villages in Spain as opposed to the big cities, which have you know, international multinational companies and that kind of thing? Yes, I think Chris Rock pointed out earlier with some good local knowledge about. The two hundred and fifty six. Municipio in Spain I challenge anybody to go to the two hundred and fifty seven. And immerse yourself in this in in the community life Spain, go and find an even smaller one. CEOS you were talking about finding jobs in his English teachers in these, put a pin in the map. Find a job as an English teacher and experience the local community and immense yourself, but then. You may find small town. You'll you'll salary maybe lower, but generally the as the towns small. The lifestyle comes cheapest. Works out you you're. You're likely to earn less outside. Madrid Barcelona books. The cost of living is is generally considered. That's a really important point to mention she so i. mean just us. A quick comparison tends cost. Living gives us an impression of your rent like compared to here with Madrid. I mean at the moment I. Pay I share with one person in Madrid the moment and pay five hundred dollars a month, which showed one person. Fairly centrally is actually a reasonable. In opinions I shared with two people and I paid one hundred twenty euros. One, twenty years a month I mean. A lot of listeners hearing that that mind's exploding under twenty a month to live in Spain. Yeah, he was I think it was yeah, it was it was it was one day, and then we'll talk that bells names, which weren't a law on the incident things, but it was cheap, but in the salary was a lot lower as well right so. The cost of a pine the cost. The of a beer is much less. So. These things I wouldn't necessarily turn twenty old town, Willy Nilly and just kind of frog. Right so I'm looking for a job I would. I would consider it very carefully. Do you research one hundred percent but? It is something that. It is something that is worth bearing in mind. If. You already had savings in sterling for example having having worked in the UK. Previously you come to a small town like this and live extraordinarily well off a very modest salary from the UK for example. Now. It's interesting you said to reset before moving to a place I was very fortunate in. That was the one who invited me to Spain. Justice invited him here. And but why? I wanted to ask the in Madrid. I would say it's actually being fairly simple for me to get set up with it. Being a capital city, the offices are very easy to access and with a Spanish speaker sense of mapping. He will ready very simple for me in the grand scheme of things. I just want to ask you. How difficult is it to move to a place like this in terms of the paperwork in terms of setting yourself on life? Because, it seems to me like you could get sets up very quickly in terms of the culture. But how easy is it with the bureaucracy? That's a really. Important question I think the key the key point I'd like to raises. In Madrid, the immigration will face the authentic they it's not. Korea is in Lucia, but you know. At least it's only a metro either way. You can get there from where we live in about twenty five minutes in in. There isn't an immigration office. You have to get an hour burst to reality, which is the capital of the province? And also yes, if. The and our was back and the Bush doesn't actually leave your saw. The office you them to walk there, and in addition to that the bus times like in most place in provincial Spain a very erratic. Good so it that you don't necessarily get that when you want together to extend. The waiters just combust. I'm so to that extent. Is more complicated because not every town has all of the offices and all of the bureaucratic senses. Are Required in a in. A major city Madrid Barcelona Seville even.
"mancha" Discussed on When in Spain
"Wimbledon tennis actually four of us here. We're here with Adam and Chris. We all live in Spain Adam recently moved to Madrid actually, so let's make a little. Comparison, Matt you were saying earlier. The your first experience of living in Spain was hearing about ten times so kind of pushed you to. You had to learn Spanish really just five and to integrate for you in your experience. Have you found moving capital city of six million people lots of speakers? Would you say compared to Moscow this has been difficult to learn Spanish and integrate I think what Matt touched on earlier with the attitude of the past is really important. Because not here. He had no choice. He has moved here. I've been here a couple months before now, and you can walk around the place and you feel like you know. It's after a very short period of time. You feel that you could immerse yourself very quickly and get to know everything. Whereas the difference with the capital city is still now a year later. I'm finding new places new areas every week unless you have the attitude of really wanting to force yourself to the composite, the culture is very easy to meet lots and lots of speakers, and if you're not careful, you can find yourself surrounded by purely English speakers. And really it's quite difficult to pick up the coach especially the language Chris. Would you agree with Adam on that I mean you've spent a long time in battle. You know you know this very well. I was. I attracted to Spain when I visited my? Venice I came for weekends various shots by the country in the style of living in this in this little city heroic city, so when I first mutual retreat I was expecting. The same sort of lifestyle is hoping for the same relaxed slow lifestyle, but it's actually very different images. It's very easy to just surround yourself with within the steepest and I know I have many friends who? Who Just didn't bother leading Spanish because you can absolutely get away with speaking a bit of tiny Spanish mixed in English, in NBA's, because I used to having tourists. I was kind of envious. The I didn't get to experience this. This immersed expand because madrids like that, so it was very nice visiting here again, having speak Spanish. The I definitely go along with that because I. Have Lots of people who have moved directly to be. Big Cities and I think when you first arrive. Maybe all kind of inclination initially is always to you kind of gravitate to where you feel comfortable initially. It's easy to end up spending time with English speakers, and maybe not push yourself as much with the language. Now you'd live in Madrid Matt. Did you find when you first from here to dependent? Madrid I didn't know that you start spending more time with English speakers that your Spanish level decreased I. Don't think purely because I made a real effort for that not to happen. Some mentioned earlier, Adams or also just said it's. Just depending what you but had I wanted to, I could have easily spend all of my time only speaking in English, I made a real concerted effort for that not to happen. Having made a little progress enough first year I didn't want to then lose Louis. The the improvement already made so it was, it was something that was pro modified priorities, but I mean I. I absolutely agree with the premise of what you set them. And also. WHAT WILL KRISTEN ALBUM If you want to, you can live in Madrid very comfortably. You might lead. Someone wanted to go to the government offices whether to do some translating aside from that, certainly socially, there is optional, absolutely no requirement to learn Spanish, which I think is science to some extent. I would say especially as a love, British, and American people who speaks and general who comes his to Spain? We'll be English teaches, and you'll looking in English all day and then your. Friends will be English speaker because you almost comes by and I found my first years. You really have to seek out. Ways to speak spun it yet. You really have to yourself out. There said it's not easy as I assume here where everybody you have to speak Spanish written in Madrid. I found myself forcing myself to go change. Come bureaus. I don't know if there is an opportunity fans cameos here. We did have one actually. We did have one that we're there. Doctors doctors from the hospital a very English. Interest in proximity English shutting. You might met them precisely, and and we meet occasionally Thursday night. A couple of my friends went more than I used to work late on Thursday and and have to come from neighboring town, so I occasionally missed decided not to go. been simply because there was a couple of opportunities to do that. I mean one of the things here. That was great. Is that for example when I first came here? My Spanish incredibly limited, but I would still go to a bar I get chatting to the waiter and they would you know mayor offs Chinaman's vanish now. In Madrid, people will just speak to an English go. Oh, this guy doesn't have a lot of vanished. I'm just gonNa between English Chris as Chris says. It because of the tourist, the tourism industry here. In terms of international tourism, there's very very little value as you can imagine so in terms of language exchanges, never never fewer opportunities, but they're also less necessary. It's my this is my impression, but would you agree that S- for? English speaker coming to Stanford First Time. Moving to a small city like this would be recommendable feel first year. And then you can move your sixty line. Madrid's rather than the opposite I. Yeah, that's a really good question. That's really what I wanted to ask you. This is a really good question. It's what it's what I did I'm one going to reiterate is that? My first year was a challenge but one I had a core group of friends who were native English speakers that really supported me and to it on the streets on the my Spanish improved immeasurably because of being. Here and having to sit and chance to the bartender for Mala. Who didn't speak any English? Last, what we dates on that were five or ten minutes where he talk at me incessantly, and I didn't know what he was talking about. I'm forced to improve because of them, so that doesn't happen to Madrid. I think if you lived in Madrid free year and then came to a place like this. I think it would be a shock. How Limited your options would be the only English everything because it's. It's pretty deep Spain really, isn't it? I mean where we are. This isn't like you said. It's not a tourist destination when you lived here on your handful of non-spaniards. Hearing balanced budget you socialized with. Chris you going to say yeah. I think what was really cool to see when I visited visited you. More. Every bar that we went to your local and your regular, and you have this amazing report with every single weights A. They were like your best. Away really good friend of yours already friendly than Chelsea, which I just don't have in Madrid. People are friendly, but they're busy. I would also say that's just the kind of Sim Capital City Syndrome. Isn't that anywhere in the world, any big cities, just less intimate, less friendly than than small town. Yeah, I mean actually where I live in Madrid. The moment which in gossipy just just self censor. Neighborhood feel to it and I would say that actually I have a similar relationship with some of the shopkeepers. Some of their bartenders I used to him by the. I'm just last night. I went into a corner shop and I was with my girlfriend. Who's the different neighborhoods? And she said the same thing. I want what you have that people kind of set in Chat Ca. I wonder if part of that is because I'm a foreigner and I. Stand out and we talked about Elliot. How I stand out, but I would agree with Christmas said. Is that here literally everywhere? I went. People would go. Hello, Mark Hello Paul! My friend Hello magazine. Irish, go here, but how long do all they know you by name.
"mancha" Discussed on When in Spain
"This associations, the opening line of Don Quixote is. Dementia the couture number Nokia, to me in a place in. Whose name I don't wish to remember and there's been speculation about where this is possibly by the. Right it's supposed to be by the US I'm also. Had Been. The name bandied about as possible. Possible places for where don't cut those from. The work is the most famous workers finest literature, and actually I believe the second most widely spending work. Widely sending work of literature in world history after the Bible was written by Miguel as the first and sixty five on the second in Sixteen fifteen turbine is being essentially. This Shakespeare died interesting on the same day. Shakespearean Sixteen, Sixteen, famous from Claudia Norwich just outside Madrid, and yeah, this is this is his lamb. This is in that sense on. The one of the most famous scenes of the of the I'm not gonNA call novel because it's kind of a proto novel nonsense, but one of the most famous scenes of the text is where Don Quixote mistakes windmills for giants because he's got mad and he attacks them. And you'll have seen coming in here in the car and coming on the train the. Whatever however you get here that this is a very flatlands. Is Love Lama set Spain flats very windy there lots of windmills, nowadays you see more wind turbines, the windmills, but most of windmills and you. See Immediately the association and just walking around here, just walking around. I'll show you later rumpole. There were lots and lots of statues. Monuments are kind of pay homage to that text I'm for example just outside the flat where I used to live as a sexual, both sin- Pasta the beloved off donkey, and I'll show has shakes. Rumbek asked two sides the statue. One of them is the humble kind of country bumpkin vet. She actually is and the other the other side of the such beautiful. Noble which don't Imagine Sarah's so there are lots and lots of references to the work here, and that's the other reason why. Spain has law fame on the mat so wine and hotel now population is saying it's about fifty thousand fractionally. I think about thirty three thousand was when I lived here your. Work in the hospitality or in the wine industry, but also for the guys here the wineries so we. About two hours drive from south from Madrid, almost exactly makes almost exactly two hours south, which so like you said? It's a key stop of people travelling south down to fair as well. She tells me more about the actual history of the city of L. depends excel. Yeah, I mean the the name comes from the value of rocks by the. By the opinions literally as a value of rocks, opinions of Big Rock, among other things vanished and. They're the. Ten year into. A group of actually drinking made say in the in the local festivities. That meaning as well as some relevance and. Captain Yeah Absolutely. Nothing Spanish, but one of the things that most interesting about. I was called A. Like a town, but probably a population I'd say is a town, but technically it's actually a field that Matthew Royko. Show you that the school, the shield and the main square in a minute I'm we'll never finish to his wife. Napoleon came to Spain He. He absolutely tore through Spain conquering it. But. He only got as far as the town just to the north of the players fanatics, but he couldn't conquer by the US and that's why it's a field that. Because it stood up and refused to become could by the French, and what's interesting is even now. If somebody from. Meet somebody from anthanetis. Assay town about fifteen minute train ride just north. They call them. Because they will come combined effect. Various refused to succumb to the French. The FRENCHIES, yeah, because they were, they were conquered by Napoleon but stood strong, and that's why it's that. A row exciting even at. Is that towel a very small town by UK standards. Actually it's. It's got this historical prestige..
"mancha" Discussed on When in Spain
"Crowd funding website which? Gives you guys the opportunity to support content creators like me that you enjoy so if you do enjoy it, please do consider signing up and becoming a patron I. would hugely appreciate it just to say that. When in Spain has a new website, so if you haven't done so yet, go and check out what in Spain podcast dot com. All the episodes available to stream. So if you prefer listening from your desktop or laptop computer rather than your smartphone, you can stream all of the episodes there I'm in the process of updating all the seventieth episodes. The I've made over the last two years with more detailed show notes photos videos that kind of thing everything that relates to the various episodes we also. Also on all the usual social media out, so we put a active winning Spain facebook group as well when he spent his also on instagram. If you like photography from around Spain and incidentally, there are few little photos and videos from all depends which correspond to this episode. Go and give us a follow on instagram. The handle is at winning Spain, one. Anyway enough south promotion, let's whiskey walked down to opinions in castilla-la-mancha and I will hand you over to Matthew Jennings. Come. Tug Inequity. I'm. Tennis. Moment paint a picture for us well. We currently in a little square the plaza. Boina in Bologna us as to the royal in the the ultimate supremecy of castilla-la-mancha. I've only been here once for with you. I think last year and I'd heard it purely because wine. Because you quite commonly find val- dependence red wine, we are in castilla-la-mancha. I was just one infrared wine, but More about. There are three reasons that people know about by the opinions. One is because of the wind is famous for the production of wine vineyards here and the fiercest. There'll be no. The wine parties at the beginning of September are incredibly famous, said to be some of the best local festivities in all of Spain. Trucks big names people to come and perform here. That's one of the reasons and the best one you're getting Spain really compete with Larry offer for example, but it's. It's good wine. It's fine, it's it's. It's not gonNA break the it's decent wine. The next reason is because it's on the out of fear, which is the main motorway that links Madrid with the south of Spain? You see on road signs. It's one of the bigger towns on that motorway. People stop here between Madrid and Cordova so it's it's a good place to stop people for that reason and the other one because it would be because of its links wave Don Quixote. The you know the masterpiece of Spanish literature. Tell us more about that, so this was. You know mean. Just to save. You actually did a master's. Thesis wrote my master's thesis on the Seventeenth Century English reception of Donkey Kodak, and you also have a tattoo of. A scene from Don Don. Quixote's well on your chest. Yes. Yes, I I do. I wanted something that I wanted something that was intensely personal to me. Having written my master's thesis on this on this tax, also having lived in Mantua, which is associated with the work, and it seemed like the right thing to do, and when I talk about.
"mancha" Discussed on When in Spain
"I'm going to be whisking you down into castilla-la-mancha about two hours drive south of Madrid to a small town called about dependence. Now the belt dependence may ring a few bells for some of you In fact, you may have seen the name independence printed on bottles of wine I would say that's probably. What Bell dependence is most well known for certainly domestically within Spain. Casteel Manchu as a huge wine producing. Region of Spain and wine, producing area, and I think it's one of the biggest, if not the biggest by quantity and the whole wide world, it's definitely wine country. I hit down the left weekend with three friends Matt Chris and Adam. We hide to call. We wanted to get out of Madrid, so we did a one night over embattled opinions and well. That's what we're going to be talking about. We're going to be looking at a bit of the history of the pioneers. We're going to be talking about wine of course and we're going to be talking about its connections with. The as and Don Quixote of course and one of my friends, you'll be hearing in a minute in the podcast. Matthew, Jennings esquire Ma Hill really appreciate me, saying that he used to live in, Bel said she lived there for year before moving up here to Madrid so. We're going to look at a bit of a history of what the town is like, but really we're going to be chancing about small town life in Spain. What it's like to live not in one of the big cities that most people think to move to when the come to live and work in Spain like Madrid or Barcelona. Vigo Bilbao. We're going to be quizzing matt about what it was like to live in bound opinions, a town of thirty three thousand people. He was one of only four. While how can I put giddy nervous english-speakers non-spaniards. However you WANNA, look at it and to get his take on what it was like to live and work in in deep Spain I suppose for a year. I'm going to be making some comparisons with life here in Madrid. Comparing small town life in Spain with big city life here in Spain I won't be chatting about numerous other things as well, but come up during our conversation over a few beers and tap in the center of Baldi. So stay tuned for that especially if you're interested in coming to live and work in Spain in the future. Just before we get into the friendly banter in dependence, I would just like to say a big. Thank you to brand new. When in Spain, patrons so big. Thank you to Alistair Gordon John, mcdaid Matt Cox Alan Foley and Spencer Jones a really big. Thank you to all of you guys allaster John. Matt Allen and Spencer Thank you for signing up to become a patron and support the winning Spain podcast. Support the work that I. I do in putting the show together and bringing it to you guys I really really appreciate it. Thank you for your generous donations. If anyone else enjoys the podcast and we'd like to support it, and like to see it continuing into the future into the long term, then you too can.
"mancha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is yes this is the the golden helmet of membrane now from the musical man of La Mancha the theatrical version not the film version was interesting here in New York a lot of people have been trying to raise other spirits and I think it's great by singing on their terraces and things like that doing this in Italy as well and this one guy would sing the impossible dream from this play every every night and the police asked him to stop because there were crowds gathering outside of his apartment to hear him saying which he did eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Max is in Riverdale don't you dare call of the Bronx it's Riverdale hello there Max hi Mister moon you'll have a great if you see you and the reason I say this is the third one he Terry gross hill so he's changed his then he can discuss any of San Francisco and his mother was Catholic then who was involved in the ranks rubbery I'm very familiar with them I I would be happy to talk with him I I I I I'm not loving this guy so much I mean what was your impression of him on the Terry gross show well he he's a radical and you can do DO services because I say and that he's trying to get now to governor Cuomo to pardon his father David Gilbert was in prison for years for the brakes were upgraded Kathy got out what it was when it began very famous and he's now going to get his father out David Gilbert and so it the whole situation is so unusual well I I it is interesting I I'd be happy to talk with him if you want to come on the show you know my problems with him first I'm not gonna hold him responsible for anything as parents did but I I I am not for a lot of people being in prison you know I am in in all for people being in prison unrepentant cop killers which is father as second I don't have a lot of respect and appreciate a call back I don't have a lot of respect for people that want to change the law by not enforcing the law so if you think a law is unjust I think the best thing that you should do is run for the state legislature and change the law but what we're seeing with Larry Krasner in Philadelphia with case of Bodine in San Francisco to some extent we are consolidating Brooklyn is instead of changing the law we're seeing people get elected as prosecutors and then just decide well we're not gonna force that wanting more well excuse me you may not have noticed but that's the law so Bodine doesn't like the law do you choose not to enforce it what excuse me start your role as a law enforcement officer so but I'd be happy to talk with them he certainly has led engine life I I'd love to have him on with somebody like a bill Bratton or Rafael Manuel had the two month together I I don't think J. C. Beaudin would ever agree that I have one more break to take we'll take your calls next Charlie Mary Frank Tom Neal hang on well you Frank you have to hang on one open line next you want to jump on eight eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Joh chest not and still not enjoying me coming up in a bit this is Frank my name.
"mancha" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Winning news. Mancha by D gathering sons jewelers at seventy-two. Here's MARCY Williams Judd about WSB, top local story of frightened woman jumps out of a moving car in downtown, Atlanta WSB Michelle Wright reports live. She says a rideshare driver wouldn't stop yet. The woman says she called the left early Sunday morning to take her from west midtown back to her car in mid part of total ride shin of give or take taking ten to fifteen minutes. But about twenty minutes later, she's still in the car, and there about ten minutes away from the destination. She says she got a gut feeling and ask the driver to pull over and let her out he didn't. So she tells channel two action news she jumped out of the car back to belly. Then again over my head in knock the breath out of me, she's physically okay, lift has fired the driver. Police are investigating the incident. Reporting live Michelle Wright, WSB. The former head of the CDC pleads guilty to disorderly conduct to settle an accusation of sexual misconduct in New York, a female acquaintance accused, Dr Thomas. Freidan of grabbing her behind at his apartment in Brooklyn steel means Dr freidan carries no criminal record and the case will be sealed and dismissed in a year, Dr Freeman left the CDC in two thousand seventeen Trump Potenza d day remembrance today in Portsmouth, England presentative of every country that fought alongside the UK and operation overlord, the battle of Normandy is attending the commemorations alongside the Queen and more than three hundred vets who are all over ninety years old. ABC's Tom rivers, says the president heads from Portsmouth, to his golf resort in Ireland after an airport meeting with the Irish prime minister a Russian fighter jet buzzes, a US reconnaissance plane over the Mediterranean, in one point, the Russian fighter fluid, a high rate of speed directly in front of the American aircraft. It created a wake of turbulence, the American eight hundred flying through ABC's Louis Martinez says the navy says it plans it's playing was in international airspace. And the Russian fighter pilot behave. Irresponsibly WSB news time seven oh. Four cruise line scramble as the Trump administration clamps down on travel to Cuba ABC's Alec stone says the order bans crew. Cruise ship stops major cruise lines including carnival Royal Caribbean. And Norwegian Arkansas, counting attorneys, and asking for clarity from the White House. They have many thousands of people booked on upcoming cruises to Cuba, Royal Caribbean. Ships set to sail today and tomorrow will not stop and Cuban ports. Faulty pump at a public swimming pool exposes dozens of kids to chlorine gas in pleasant grove Utah. Police captain Brit Smith describes their symptoms coughing. Nausea.
"mancha" Discussed on KCRW
"You. Such she'll know. Madeleine sat down with director Terry Gilliam yesterday with just one important question. Are you the man really who killed on Quixote finally? I'm trying to be more mysterious about who do the deed. No. I mean, many people try to long the way many producers who thought they were the only one that could ever make the impossible film reality and so many of them failed, but they didn't fail quietly. They did their best to destroy the work that those who succeeded had done. Well, so you have tried for many decades to make this movie, and you famously do I say famously or infamously like infamous, okay, get say there was the infamous attempt that was immortalized in the documentary lost in LA Mancha where you had Johnny Depp in the lead. And then there were all sorts of problems. There was a flood and the French actor who was playing Quixote he was very ill and had to drop out and the whole thing fell apart. So after that, though, you kept going why I don't know really is more. Like, why not once you start something or other nice thing to finish it? I mean, it's no good to Everest. Take a couple steps. Freighted? I give up. That's what it felt like it took ages to get it away from the French insurance company that had to call up quite a bit of money when the first attempt failed, and then we had to keep finding. Bankable actors would joy up and then once we had bankable actors we defined the Bank and these combinations required. You know years, and I kept failing for different reasons, we always got close to the number that we needed to make the film, but never got it. And sometimes you got a few interesting actors tied in they get tired of waiting off and get a proper job. Right. So died up for example. He said, I'm tired of this. No, he actually just grew older apart in waited. Well, there is a character in the movie now the current movie who looks awful lot like Jack Sparrow is that I'm talking about a Russian oligarch. Now, I wasn't. I was talking about the guy the beginning who who gives Toby his student film. He's got to watch the film. This is when other people watch it, they say bits that. I can't even remember or maybe even didn't put in there or just failed to cut out should've. Well, you mentioned the Russian oligarch. Did you put that in to reference modern politics because you do have Trump reference in they're trying to conceal they on my back complete games. Disney nightmare drag.
"mancha" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"So that's what I think about it. I'm just like man, I place what I do is such a high level. Because of the fact I enjoy it in it doesn't make me getting paid to enjoy it that shit like that. It's so hard to find dude. That's that's a really good point that you bring up and you just from sitting here on this Saturday jersey, I could really tell your bashing about the shit passionate dude in general like I think I again like I were just kinda speaking through the Suzanne, I'm here. But I thought that you kind of translate this fashion with anything else that you do like work out. Whatever is it's just it's. Just like inside of you like, that's who you are as a person. I think that. Once he kind of with inter in terms of monetization. It's really interesting that you brought that up because I was just speaking with my cousin my cousin team. Oh, he has a website called savvy savior. He's really signaled like this is like one of my younger causes that was always financially savvy. Like he like when we played ruin scape. He was always the richest one in rinse gape always had like the dragon armor. He always had like all the good shit. And I was like how's he doing this? This kid just always you how to make money, and he was talking to me. We were having conversation about monetization because in his belief in his eyes. If he monetize is or looks the monetize his website too soon. It can kinda strangle division, it can strangle model, it could strangle the authenticity the the platform of being genuine, and you know, I thought he brought up a good point. But at the same time to he also works. He also works with a. A company that you know, some a handsome amount of money. Let's put that way. So for me. It's like you're not worried about modernization 'cause you already kind of have that peaceful filled somewhere else. However thing about the person that's doing this twenty four seven and like this is their only means like, yes, they're passionate. It's not safe. They're not passionate. But like they also have to kind of put a point of monetization in it. So that they can continue to do it. And I think that there is a trade off where you do monetize. And then you start to lose like the actual kind of essence right of the platform itself. But I think you'll figure you'll know you'll know when it's right for sure then if once you monetize, you'll actually get, you know, you'll start to get paid to do this. I think you'll find the sweet spot for not compromising on your vision. Not compromising on the essence of of this. But still like being in a position where you're being compensated for what you're doing. That's smart thought though, that's just my those are my pants on Mancha's Asian here. No, I feel you on that. I can definitely. Yeah. And I feel like it is is one of those things I feel like it's it's going to happen when it happens. But I know I'm gonna know NS. What is funny right because I'll tell people, right? I before I did this like way back when when I was younger in my twenties and stuff really twenties. I used to be MC, and I used to basically be NC for deejays and stuff like that used to speak. I was just I'm improv person. I can improv. I could just go off the head or whatever. So I'm doing it. Right. And I never really thought about doing a podcast ever. Never thought. I ever had a radio voice or podcast voice. Even I've been told that I'm like now, you know, it's just like, it's funny. How I get to this place now. And I'm dislike this is like how can I not? How did I not think to tap into this before? But you know, I have crazy business mind. I'm thinking about this idea this idea doing this and that saints. While I'm trying to take bath..
Fantasy Football: Dream destination for Le'Veon Bell
"Taking the very high end fantasy glory impossible. But what if pick your love this? And this is levian bell the Kansas City Chiefs. Yes, let it happen. I let it happen. They were just a weren't. They just about one level away from a Super Bowl title last year. Wouldn't you say? Bruce worth just eleve- bell away. Yes. I mean, they almost got there with Damian Williams, and I would dance a beautiful dance on the fantasy grave of Damian Williams. If left bell were to go to Kansas City now lev bell at his current asking price would only cost the chiefs about two two and a half times more per yard than any other running back in football. They also investment they also need to find an extension for tyreek hill. They've got gotta find an extension for Chris Jones. This is a near impossibility. But what if I mean the question was what are you most want to see happen? I wanna see what Patrick Mahomes does with Sammy Watkins Levy on bell. Tyreek hill and Travis Kelsey. I think you saw it was what he did with cream. Yeah. You're right. You're right Damien Williams. But that is that's full man from the Mancha that isn't impossible. Now, the reason why the even comes up is on the basis of. Whenever of any team has a quarterback on a rookie contract. They have the opportunity to exploit the the capital positions. But they do have talented players need extensions is not likely to happen left. Bell to can't hear Helms already going into your three. Let's take a step back and just say how about love bell to a good team. That's what I'd most like to see happen and free agency have belly. Luckily that bell to Indianapolis. No bell to Kansas City. Love bell to somebody that is above five hundred. I think the only I think the only good team if you're talking last year, the only good team would be Houston. What about two more? I don't think they'll all they won't go pay. Yeah. All but they would not be the biggest knife twist in vision the teams with the cap money that wanna make the run and need the big name or probably teams like the jets and the raiders which leave. Yeah, volume. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Thanks, guys. Appreciate
"mancha" Discussed on KTOK
"Six point one HD two. The historic mass Mancha Callaghan. Fox news. Outdoor papal mass is underway at a sports stadium in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates marking the first time ever by a sitting pope. History. That does have. No since I was saying to celebrate the second one hundred thirty five thousand people are inside the stadium. Thousands more outside both Francis. Earlier met with the faithful at a Catholic cathedral in Abu Dhabi is wrapping up a visit to that mostly Muslim countries stressing theme of cooperation between Muslims and Christians in the name of peace. Federal prosecutors investigating the Trump inaugural committee. They've issued subpoenas for documents about donors in vendors. The Wall Street Journal reporting the prosecutors are investigating whether donors were promised political favors in exchange for their donations that would be a potential violation of federal corruption laws. There may be a new demand for President Trump's tax returns. Fox's Jill NATO live in Washington with that the democratic chair of the House Ways and means committee is working to subpoena. President Trump's tax returns. Congressman Richard Neal is talking with house lawyers to determine how to go forward when Democrats took control of the house after. The midterm elections. And there were threats of investigations the president reiterated his taxes won't be released until an audit is over under audit. They have intro longtime. They're extremely complex people wouldn't understand him before. President Trump was elected. There had been a forty year tradition of presidents releasing their tax returns. Jack, Jill Dow futures trading. Modestly lower half to the Dow Monday gained one hundred seventy five points, the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred also.
"mancha" Discussed on WTVN
"Six ten WTVN. It's what we do. There's a great tweet out there by an Asian female who is conservative. Her name is Cathy zoo, Z H U and her fascinating stats in. This thing. Toxic masculinity. Forty-three percent of boys are raised by single mothers. Seventy eight percent of teachers are female so close to fifty percent of boys have one hundred percent 'feminine influence at home and eighty percent 'feminine influence at school toxic masculinity. Isn't the problem? The lack of masculinity is precisely. But see, here's the thing. The lack of masculinity is systematically being erased from maleness. It's it's being raised psychologically, mentally, it's being stigmatized, and so men young boys are doing whatever they think they have to do to not act mask. Gillin doing whatever they think if they have dinner demonstrate that they get it. But how can you have toxic masculinity was so much feminine female influence? Well, you can't after point. So what's what's actually happening is that masculinity is being drummed out of the millennial and gen Y. I think it is the generation after them. Of these cultures. Militant feminism on the March. Mancha angry women blaming men for their overall unhappiness now taking it out on men. At large. Are their own happiness, and they're just going to end up making everybody miserable. Which is a hallmark trait of liberalism. I also got this Email, dear Mr. Limbaugh, nothing makes me wanna buy a product like gender shaming museum. I got this. Right. Because I'm a man it's assumed that I mistreat women and bully for pleasure. Therefore, I have to buy products from companies that lecture me about behavior. I never engaged in even contemplated. A generation of Americans grew up with helicopter parents now that they've reached adulthood the baton has been passed a company to hover and lecture and shame. I have a message for this generation. It's time to leave home. It's time to think for yourself. It's time to provide for yourself. It's time to grow up. If words like toxic masculinity scary, you if jokes offend you. If social Justice warriors intimidate you. If the phrase make America, great again worries you if identity politics make sense to you. If reports of a government shutdown scare you if you look for advice from those who sell you items used in the bathroom grow up. You've been infanta lies. You have a long way to go baby. And if you feel pressure to buy products that shame you you're being bullied again. Grow up. In fantasized. It's exactly right. Bunch of young boys being turned into babies. So that somehow women won't feel nervous. So goes the theory back to the phones. John M Atlanta. Glad you called, sir. Hi. Mr. one ball my call. Yes, sir. Well, first of all I have to thank you for your book series, my eleven year old budget. And I wanted to give you a call today about my conversation with Procter and gamble. I left him a message today letting them know that as a white male over sixty living in the south. I am naturally assumed to be a racist. And now I have a company that has decided that because of my sex. I'm also toxic. And I don't appreciate that. Did you talk to anybody or just leave a message on a machine I spoke with a human being on the customer service line? What did they say? What was their response or reaction to you? The young lady on the phone said that she had received several calls were similar in. They have formed a group that she reports to to give a report on how many of these phone calls or having coming in really they've formed a committee. Well, he said there was a group that she will take this information. And I said, I just want you to be very sure that you let your CE. No, no that. Prejudging somebody is by definition prejudice. So you're gonna call me toxic. But you're not gonna identify urine prejudice. Well, done very very well done were you satisfied with reacts? You get any kind of feeling for how this was received. Or you're just talking to somebody passing your message along sounded like just a a series another phone call in a series of phone calls that she'd probably handled five or six times or maybe a dozen times today already. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see. Thank you very much. I'm glad you were angered about this. I'm glad that you remove to phone them. I'm sure a lot of people are trying to find ways to let Proctor and gamble. No. Because it is the it's it's insulting. But see here's here, folks. Here's the thing to realize I I'm just going to share with you the way I think about this. I'm I'm not offering a solution to anything here. Don't there may be one in what I'm going to say. But it's not my point. I'm I'm I'm just into educating people. I I really think there still isn't enough overall knowledge on the part of the general public about liberals, or progressives or socialist or communist, and they're their countless opportunities for that lesson to be taught. This is one of this is who they are. And this is what they think. Now, these people you have to you have to assume some things whoever put this campaign together is not trying to hurt the company. This is what's. Flat out amazing, the people that put this campaign to either I could be wrong. Maybe this company has some saboteurs in it. And this is designed the harm. Maybe maybe Harry's the Dollar Shave Club. I got some saboteurs in. I don't know. But in general, I would say that this is a bunch of people. And literally think that this is smart that it is brilliant that it is innovative and creative. And it is the way to grow the company, and if that's what's going on how in the world does that happen how in the world. Do you have an advertising agency at a marketing department all aligned on a premise that the way to grow the company and believe me, they're in a big competitive battle with Harry's and the Dollar Shave Club. That's one of the reasons that Gillette was sold there in a big trouble. Because there are a lot of people selling shavers razors blades a lot cheaper than Gillette. Does so Gillette's decided to go culturally, politically, correct? They've decided to attach politics so their product. And they think that they are reaching a majority of people. This is what's frightening to me. I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt. They think they're doing the right thing. They think they are doing a very smart innovative thing by insulting the people who buy their product. And essentially they're saying that they don't want their product bought and used by certain people. And if you're going to buy and use their product, you better not be toxic masculine than you better. Not be this you better not that. It's. It goes against the grain of every marketing and sales premise that. There is and yet. This is people who think they're doing the right thing. I guarantee you. These people have been educated to believe that America is a hell hole. That America is a hotbed of racists and bigots and homophobes. Anti women anti gay, you know, the phrase, and they now occupy these positions of influence and power. From one corporate entity to the next day business and advertising agency marketing firms, what have you, and they think they're doing the right thing. They think they're doing something innovative. So these phone calls are coming in. Now, this company is being day luge with is there. Nobody in that companies are nobody at P and G when this campaign was run by them that a red flag went up is there. Nobody there. That's a wait. Just a minute did everybody from the executive suite on down sign off on this? And if so what does that tell us about once become of Proctor and gamble? And the people that are there in key positions. I don't care. Whatever else is going on the people there generally do want to lead. The world and the sale of razors and blades. That's why they are there. The people in the Gillette department division of Procter and gamble want. It to lead the nation. But they're going backwards. They are infuriating act minimum half of their audience. If not more and not a one of the new this. Or the alternative is they did know it and thought it was worth the downturn in sales that might result in this to be politically, correct and form loyalty with a segment of the customer base that is going to applaud this. And like, this whatever it is. It's dumb. It's short-sighted. It's ill educated and stupid. And there's not one place you can go in marketing or sales where this kind of approach is taught until now. And I maintain to you that this derives from the belief by everybody involved in this that they are reaching and talking to a majority of the thinking people in this country that they think this is how everybody looks at man as posing a danger because of toxic masculinity that women and children are at great risk for men being men. They have a product that they have to sell demand. And they must believe that men are being shamed. And accepting the shame and therefore will relate to accompany that understands all of this and go out and buy their product. It's the most absurd thing it's the great another great in a long line of great illustrations of the actual corruption. Of culture, and society education and thinking that progressivism or liberalism brings. And this division is being harmed. The Gillette division of PNG is being harmed perhaps irreparably with this. And it's gonna be fascinating to me to see how they address this. Because I am sure they are being inundated. And now after we have dealt with this in the way, we can in a unique way we they're probably going to be inundated even more even though I have not asked one person to make one phone call or s- in one text or Email. It's going to happen. And we can be confident that they're being deluged. And it's going to be fascinating to see how they react to this. And my guess is they're going to be obstinate and stubborn and they're gonna take these complaints as a badge of honor. That if certain kinds of Americans get angry at this. Then good. Because they don't like us anyway to begin with. And they'll be telling them. So we don't want you bigots, use our product you're going to hell with you. This is what happens when everything becomes politicised, folks. And they are doing exactly that the left is corrupting everything. By infusing their politics into it and making it the dominant. Factor in the company's identification. I gotta take a break. We'll be back. We will continue as we always do. Right after this. Magic continue on the v network..
"mancha" Discussed on KTRH
"Is Cathy zoo, Z H U and her fascinating stats in. This thing. Toxic masculinity. Forty-three percent of boys are raised by single mothers. Seventy eight percent of teachers female so close to fifty percent of boys have one hundred percent 'feminine influence at home and eighty percent 'feminine influence at school toxic masculinity. Isn't the problem? The lack of masculinity is precisely. But see, here's the thing. The lack of masculinity is systematically being erased from maleness it's being a race, psychologically, mentally, it's it's being stigmatized, and so men young boys are doing whatever they think they have to do to not. Act masculine. They're doing whatever they think they have to demonstrate that they get it. But how can you have toxic masculinity was so much feminine female influence? What are you can't? That's her point. So what's what's actually happening is that masculinity is being drummed out of the millennial and gen Y. I think it is the generation after them. Of these cultures. Militant feminism on the March. Mancha angry women blaming men for their overall unhappiness now taking it out on men. At large. By their own unhappiness, and they're just gonna end up making everybody miserable. Which is a hallmark trait of liberalism. I also got this Email, dear Mr. Limbaugh, nothing makes me want to buy a product like gender shaming museum. I got this. Right. Because I'm a man it's assumed that I mistreat women and bully for pleasure. Therefore, I have to buy products from companies that lecture me about behavior, I never engaged in or even contemplated. A generation of Americans grow up with helicopter. Parents now that they've reached adulthood the baton has been passed companies who hover and lecture and shame. I have a message for this generation. It's time to leave home. It's time to think for yourself. It's time to provide for yourself. It's time to grow up. If words like toxic masculinity scary, you if jokes offend you. If social Justice warriors intimidate you. If the phrase make America, great again worries you if identity politics make sense to you. If reports government shutdown scare you if you look for advice from those who sell you items used in the bathroom grow up. You've been infanta lies. You have a long way to go baby. And if you feel pressure to buy products that shame you you're being bullied again. Grow up. In fantasized. It's exactly right. Bunch of young boys being turned into babies. So that somehow women won't feel nervous. So goes the theory back to the phones. John in Atlanta. Glad you called, sir. Hi, Mr. one, taking my call. Yes. Sir. Well, first of all I have to thank you for your book series, my eleven year old budget. And I wanted to give you a call today about my conversation with Procter gamble. I left him a message today letting them know that as a white male over fifty living in the south. I am naturally assumed to be a racist. And now I have a company that has decided that because of my sex. I'm also toxic. And I don't appreciate that. Did you talk to the money or just leave a message on a machine? I spoke with a human being on the customer service line. What did they say, the what was their response or reaction to you? They the young lady on the phone said that she had received several calls for some more in. They have formed a group that she reports to I guess give a report on how many of these phone calls or having coming in really they've formed a committee. Well, she said there was a group that she will take this exact information. And I said, I just want you to be very sure that you let your CEO CEO know that. Prejudging somebody is by definition prejudice. So you're gonna call me toxic. But you're not gonna identify urine prejudice. Well, done very very well done were you satisfied with react. You get any kind of feeling for how this was received. Or you're just talking to somebody passing your message along sounded like just a a series another phone call in a series of phone calls that she'd probably handled five or six times or maybe a dozen times today already. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see. Thank you very much. I'm glad you were angered about this. I'm glad that you removed to phone them. I'm sure a lot of people are trying to find ways to let Proctor and gamble. No. Because it is the it's insulting. But see here's here, folks. Here's the thing to realize, and I I I'm just going to share with you the way I think about this. I'm I'm not offering a solution would anything here. Don't there may be one in what I'm going to say. But that's not my point. I'm I'm I'm just into educating people. I I really think there still isn't enough overall knowledge on the part of the general public about liberals, or progressives, or socialists, or communists, and their their countless opportunities for that lesson to be taught. This is one of them. This is who they are. This is this is what they think. Now, these people you have to you have to assume some things whoever put this campaign together is not. Not trying to hurt the company. This is what's flat out amazing? The people that put this campaign to either I could be wrong. Maybe this company has some saboteurs in it. And this is designed to harm them. Maybe maybe Harry's the Dollar Shave Club got some saboteurs in. I don't know. But in general, I would say that this is a bunch of people. And literally think that this is smart that it is brilliant that it is innovative and creative. And that it is the way to grow the company, and if that's what's going on how in the world does that happen how in the world. Do you have an advertising agency at a marketing department all aligned on a premise that the way to grow the company and believe me, they're in a big competitive battle with Harry's and the Dollar Shave Club. That's one of the reasons that Gillette was sold there in a big trouble. Because there are a lot of people selling shavers razors blades a lot cheaper Gillette. Does. So Gillette's decide. To go culturally, politically, correct, they've decided to attach politics. So their product, and they think that they are reaching a majority of people. This is what's frightening to me. I'm to give them the benefit of the doubt. They think they're doing the right thing. They think they are doing a, very smart and evading thing by insulting the people who buy their product. And essentially they're saying that they don't want their product bought and used by certain people. And if you're going to buy and use their product, you better not be toxic masculine than you better. Not be this humidity. Not that it's it goes against the grain of every marketing and sales premise that. There is and yet. This is people who think they're doing the right thing. I guarantee you. These people have been educated to believe that America is a hell hole. That America is a hotbed of racists and bigots and homophobes. Anti women anti gay, you know, the phrase, and they now occupy these positions of influence and power. From one corporate entity to the next day business and advertising agency marketing firms, what have you, and they think they're doing the right thing. They think they're doing something innovative. So these phone calls are coming in. Now, this company is being day luge with is there. Nobody in that companies are nobody at P and G when this campaign was run by them that a red flag went up is there. Nobody there. That's a way just a minute. Did everybody from the executive suite on down sign off on this? And if so what does that tell us about once become Proctor and gamble? And the people that are there in key positions. I don't care. Whatever else is going on the people there generally do want to lead. The world and the sale of razors and blades. That's why they are there. The people in the Gillette department division of Procter and gamble want it to lead the nation, but they're going backwards. They are infuriating at minimum half of their audience if not more and not a one of the new this. Or the alternative is they did know it and thought it was worth the downturn in sales that might result in this to be politically, correct and form loyalty with a segment of the customer base that is going to applaud this. And like, this whatever it is. It's dumb. It's short-sighted. It's ill educated and stupid. And there's not one place you can go in marketing or sales where this kind of approach is taught until now. And I maintain to you that this derives from the belief by everybody involved in this that they are reaching and talking to a majority of the thinking people in this country that they think this is how everybody looks at men as posing a danger because of toxic masculinity that women and children are at great risk for men being men. They have a product that they have to sell demand. And they must believe that men are being shamed. And accepting the shame and therefore will relate to accompany that understands all of this and go out and buy their product. It's the most absurd thing it's the great another great in a long line of great illustrations of the actual corruption. Of culture, and society education and thinking that progressivism or liberalism brings. And this division is being harmed. The Gillette division of P and G is being harmed perhaps irreparably with this. And it's gonna be fascinating to me to see how they address this. Because I am sure they are being inundated. And now after we have dealt with this in the way, we can in a unique way we they're probably going to be inundated even more even though I have not asked one person to make one phone call or s- in one text or Email. It's going to happen. And we can be confident that they're being deluged. And it's gonna be fascinating to see how they react to this. And my guess is they're going to be obstinate and stubborn and they're gonna take these complaints as a badge of honor. That if certain kinds of Americans get angry at this didn't good. Because they don't like us anyway to begin with. And they'll be telling them. So we don't want you bigots using our product is going to hell with you. This is what happens when everything becomes politicised, folks. And they are doing exactly that the left is corrupting everything. By infusing their politics into it and making it the dominant. Factor in the company's identification. I gotta take a break. We'll be back. We will continue as we always do. 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"Weather station. Okay. We're back here. It's five forty eight. What's up everybody? Rick Lewis, Dave Logan here. Kathy has the night off. And we're talking about the Denver Broncos. They're in the middle about the halfway point of their search for a new head coach they've already interviewed Chuck Pagano. Zack Taylor and Mike Mancha today. Tomorrow Brian Florez Bill interview him in New England and then Vic Fangio Monday in Chicago. And we're talking about some comments that were made at the press conference on Monday. And we go to nNcholas high. Nncholas you there. Sorry. You guys got spoken up there for a second your turn. So I'm a native here alongside Bronco fan. I went to college at Colorado. I played a little bit of professional sports myself. And I was just listening to talk about the miss with Paxton Lynch. And were that has this set you compare it to Patrick homes? I guess my question is Elway all this seems to be going back to that pick. And Elway seems to be taking blame for that. Most of it. I guess my question is Elway this. I mean how much of that miss? Can Elway really be responsible for knowing. What we don't doubt. That's a great question. So we're asking you about scouts, and well, yeah. To the evaluation partnering I think we can all sit here and say, we didn't know hundred percent that Patrick home. Races. I dunno. I I understand that. But let me say here, here's what I meant on that. The the the situations were similar, right? Both teams identified their quarterback of the future. Both teams spent capital spent assets to move back up into the first round respectively of that particular draft and draft a guy that they thought was going to be their their franchise quarterback for the next ten to twelve years and the chiefs hit with Patrick Mahomes for sure. And it's pretty clear the Broncos didn't. And I don't think that's the only miss. But I think that is the single biggest miss and the single biggest reason why the Broncos have sort of experienced what they've experienced the last couple of years, right? And I I agree with you about that. I guess my question a little bit further. That is how much Elway shoulder of that knowing what we know now. So here's what I here's what I would say to that. It just keeps going back to Elway's horrible because of this one. I I I've never I've never said Elway was horrible. But I think if you're, but if you're the, but if you're the GM of the team, I would say this, John we're sitting here if you're the GM of the team win. You have draft class like they had this year. Everybody says well, they hit on the draft. John is the ultimate decision maker with respect to football. I mean, ultimately, he's got people that he listens to Matt Russell he's got he's got scouts AJ Durso. He's got a bunch of people that he listens to. But ultimately when they sit in that room and decide who's going to get drafted that's him. The polls the trigger. So when you ask the question how much is on John with respect to Paxton Lynch with with respect, I say all of it all of it. If that's his pick just like these picks and eighteen are his picks, and he should be saluted as well as his people for the picks that they had this year. But if you're going to be saluted for the picks that you had that are great. You gotta work you gotta wear the hat when you when you miss and they missed on Paxton Lynch. Thanks, nNcholas Davis. I remember nNcholas. Thanks, but traded up to pick Paxton Lynch, the draft experts thought it was great. It was a great a great pick. Nobody argued that everybody. And so absolutely when I don't think any draft experts went oh, major gaffe by John Elway. And the Broncos trade enough for him. Everybody said that's a great move. See I think this is also Rick one of the things that is worth mentioning. I think you know, when you talk about the chiefs. Think for people that follow football for a long time. Think of Andy Reid when he was in Philadelphia and think of the offense and Andy Reid ran with Donovan McNabb mean Andy Reid is a west coast disciple. I mean, three step drop. Throw the backs spread you out horizontally as well as taking some vertical shots. I mean, that's who Andy Reid has always been. But Andy Reid has changed. And he started to change with Alex Smith. And then he has I will say completely abandoned those west coast principles, but he's changed with respect to how the chiefs go bad at now in part of the success of Patrick Mahomes was Andy Reed's ability to modify what he had done his entire career to work better for a guy. I like Alex Smith and now obviously Patrick Mahomes. I don't know that the Broncos did that now maybe maybe maybe packs list just wasn't good enough to do that. Even had they been able to do that. But I don't know how much they modified from an offense of perspective how they view the NFL in the world. And maybe you know, I talked with John about that during the one on one ahead with the at their press conference. I mean, he believes you went from the pockets. So do I but also believe the game has changed? Now you have to change with the game. And so they don't have that guy right now in case keenum, but moving forward they have to identify that guy. And then they got to bring somebody in. Here that can change really to best suit that particular quarterback. We'll get a break here for some news, traffic and weather on the other side are our broadcast partner brenick crystals. Got a problem. We're trying to work with them this supersedes the von Miller mothers. This is a huge problem. He's being forced to he's going to have to spend. A couple of days sharing a hotel room with his boss hotel. It's more than room. Rick wants a Queen size bed at the senior bowl. And we're trying to work through that with him..